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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r t rTHE BRBCKENRIDGE NEWSw l lALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1i l p VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1910 8 PiTtr NO 19 H o MRS RAITT IPOUND E DEAD IN FLAMES c Att Her Home Last Friday After 1 noon on The East Side Fun eral Held SundayI j fo WAS A PIONEER CITIZEN iv t Horrible was the death of Mrs Mary Aun Raitt who was found dead and wrapped In flames last Friday afternoon about four oclock Her daughter Miss Anna Ruitt who was busy with house 7 hold duties smelt something burning 4 arid ran quickly to her mothers room Entering the door she was shocked at tue sight of of her mothers body lying ou the floor in a mass of flames She c screamed for help and in an instant the flames were extinguished but her mother was dead It is thought Mrs Raitt was dead when she fell to the floor and her clothing caught from the i fire in the grate as one morning last week she fell from her chair uncon sciouslyMrs Raitt was one of the oldest chi zeus of Cloverport and her age and life was a source of pride to the town She was eightytight years of age Her bhth placs was in Meade county and her father Dr Sebastian came to Cloverport when there were just four houses here She bad a vivid memory and could recall stories of the old days with much interest to her friends For sixty years she furnished the sacremeut bread for the Methodist church Her husband Mr foul Raitt died about twentytwo years ago She was greatly loved and hardly a day passed that some one did not think of her happiness which was always the first thought of her two devoted daugh ters Misi Aunie Raitt and Miss Josie Raitt Besides them she is survived by two sons Mears and Nat Raitt and two sisters Mrs AR Fisher of this city and Mrs Joe Hensdale of Portland Oregon The funeral was held Sunday after noon at two oclock from the family Residence conducted by Rev Mr Lewis Bud the interment took place in the Cloverport cemetary A large crowd of men and women gathered at the home to pay their last loving respects to Mrs Raitt Mrs Berry Surprised Mrs Newt Berry was given a surprise v party Monday evening in honor of the fortyfirst anniversary of her birthday Mrs Berry was given a shower of beau tiful and useful gifts A delightful time was hadand refreshments were f served to the guests Those present were Mr and Mrs Sam Berry Mr and Mrs Chas Berry Mr and Mrs Wm Hoffious1 Mr and Mrs S R Berry Mrs Tom Faith Mrs Viola Jackson Mrs Joe Morrison Mrs Mat tie Collins Mrs Chas Jackson Misses Vera McKinney Ruth Faith Helen Francis Berry Inabelle Morrison Carrie Lee Tucker Silvia Berry and Esther Mae Jackson Messrs Harry Berry V J Hill E B Morrison Paul Eddie Berry Thurman Hook Jr N J Berry Elmer Hoffious Leslie Berry and Ralph Berry Visitors From Glen Dean Mr and Mrs Snyder Miss Johnnie Moorman Fisher Moorman and Robert SMoorman of Glen Dean spent Sunday nn1 this city Miss Nell Moormau re turned home with them in the afternoon ty In a Few Weeks Not very long until Christmas and you will have to wonder and think and manage what to give him for Christ mas A gift of extreme good taste for a man is engraved cards You can order these at the News office from one dollar to five dollars for fifty with a brass plate REMEMBER The Little Orphans Next Thurs bay Send Donations For Them To Noltes Stpre All penons who want to give thank offerings to the children of the Method tot Orphans Home please send donat ions to Noltes store between now and Monday November 31 The commit te If exceedingly anxious to send a large box filled with good and useful thing- s4pr the little folks this season- S nt- k fo b Iq NEAR STEPHENSPORT Government Will Build A Lock In The Ohio RiverGreat Im provement For That Port Louisville Ky Nov 8Cnpt Lytle Brown chief engineer of the improve ment vork which the government is making in the Louisville harbor Wand In other parts of the river yin the Lou isville district returned from New York yesterday He met with and presented plans to the members of the Ohio river board at a meeting held there last Friday The board made its final selection of sites for the locks and dams to be con structed along the river between Lou isville and Henderson The location for tho locks between HenHerson and Cairo will be made later The locks between this city and Henderson will be situated as follows Lock No 45 to be four miles below Stephensport Ky lock No 46 to be a halfmile above Owensboro Lock No 47 to be two miles below Newburg Ind lock No 48 to be 10 miles below Henderson Ky Store Burns Leaf sit Lents store at Tobiusport burned Friday Origin caused from de fective flew Stock and building were partly covered by Insurance Messrs Leaf are progressive business men of that port and it is hoped they willrebuild soon Rejoicing Friend John You say Aint we glad we are back in line In all these years we never felt better Hallelujah We too are so glad you are We join you in saying Hallelujah Enclos ed find 1 for which please extend each of my subscriptions to the Breckenridge News six months Your friend R S Skillman West Point Ky Ncv 10 t Entertains For Husband Mrs McIntyre entertained last Thursday night in honor of the birth day of Mr McIntyre Twentyfive guests were present and a lively time was had Games were played and nice refreshments were served LODIBURG Mrs Pile of Mook is the guest of her sister Mrs Huse Frymire this weekLon Gllpin of Brandenburg was the guest of Miss Murl Basham last Sun day Harrison Ashcraft of Rhodella Was the guest of Miss Ida Ater last Sunday Mr and Mrs A M Hardin and daughter Miss Nina and Mrs Bate man attended church at Webster last Sunday and took dinner with Mr and Mrs H H Norton Mr and Mrs Arthur Ater were in Louisville last Friday and Saturday buying goods Mr Huffman who has a position In Louisville was down to see his family last Sunday He will move his family to Louisville in the near future H Casey of Louisville was the guest of S B Cashman Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Gibson were visiting Mrs Kennison of Guston last SundayOwen Bruner was visiting friends iri Irvington last Sunday Mrs Flake Ater has a pullet six months old that has laid fifteen eggs and is not setting and will hatch this week Who can beat it Jerry Basham has sold his farm to James Rhodes Price 900 I There will be a box supper at Walnut Grove schoolhouse on Friday night November 18 Everybody In vited Girls bring your boxes well I filled and the young men show their generosity and their appreciation of your culinary powers by bringing their pockets full of money If the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use Miss DeHaven Leads Next Sunday night Miss Mayme De Haven will have charge of the rip MissDeHavenalways gram and a large attendance Is ex1 pacted tiion Jc r Jr v CUPID ENTERS I THE JARVIS ABODE Mrs Eve Jarvis Roberts And Mr Frank Mullen Are United In Marriage REV MR FARMER OFFICIATES One of the few weddings that have taken place in Cloverport this year was that of Mrs Eve Jarvis Roberts and Mr Frank Mullen which took place at 030 oclock Sunday morning at the Jarvis home over on the creek bank Rev Mr Farmer said the ceremony while the couple stood in the front door and a few of their friends stood out in the yard and looked on The bride Is a sister of Miss Sarah Alice Jarvis Mrs Randall Beauti fully Entertained A card party of attractive appoint ments was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs H D Ross at their residence on Oak street in honor of Mrs J L Bowersocx of Salisbury Md and Mrs J B Randall of Louisville Ky who are visitors in this tity The rooms utilized were elaborately deco rated with flowers and house plants Desirable prizes were awarded the two players excelling in the game and the one making the lowest score was given a novelty for a consolation Delicious refreshments were served Parkersburg W Va Dispatch The Four Roses Wm M Miller and brother Frank Miller of New York landed at this port Monday with one of the prettiest house bouts that has ever anchored here Besides this he has a launch aud a tow boat with him All are named for hit daughter Rose He speaks of his treasures ns The Four Roses his daughter being the sweetest and most valuable of the bunch Mr Miller has two men with him as assistants to keep the boat in running order They will go into Green River next week for a hunting expedition All Mr Miller has to do is to have a good time He canted enough money in the canning business to last him the rest of his life unless he says I get crazy act a fool and spend it all RAYMOND Jess Cashman left Friday for Brazil id where he will spend the winter with his brother E A Cashman Mrs Wm Cliapcell and son Ahnon spent Saturday night and Sunday with Chester Chappell near Irvington Mr and Mrs Will Taber of Gar field were here last Wednesday on businessJerry Basham sold his farm to Jas Rhodes for X900 He contemplates going to California in a short time Mrs Proctor Knott and children spent Saturday night at Jim Mills uf Paynesville and attended church there Sunday Charlie Avitt and son were in Bran denburg one day last week Harrison Ashcraft finished shredding corn at Roscoe Hendrys Saturday Martin Claycomb and Andrane Cash man are both Improving after having typhoid fever Joe Walz visited his parents at Hawesville Saturday and Sunday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use BEWLEYVILLE Held over from last week E P Hardaway was In Louisville few days last week Miss Mary Sherrill of Greensburg Is visiting her aunt Mrs B S VII son Mrs Dick Carman spent last week In Louisville Mrs Fannie Severs and Mrs Sallle Haynes of Union Star made a two days visit last week at the home of Thos J Jelly Chas H Drury sold last week two fancy Duroc Jersey gilts to John T Lewis of Kmoyvillo Walter Harrison and Edgar Harda way will visit the Mammoth Cave next MondayIf best Is not too good for you Lewisport Bast flour is the flour you ought to use r sF- an t tf 1F MR BROWN Dies At Confederates Home pA1 e r ytoMTheYearsBuried At De Havens Burying Ground Thos Brown died Thursday Novem ber 10at the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley The burial took place Saturday at the Huston DeHavin burying ground near Hardinsburg Mr Brown went to the home from I here about a year ago Just recently he visited his daughter Mrs J W May of Harned and had been back at the home only ten days when he died of tuberculocis =Mr Brown was born November 2 1830 In 1866 he was married to MissII Elizabeth DeHaven ofjjnear burg Besides Mrs Brown he Is survived by two children Mrs JV Mayof Harned and Fred Brown of Hender son WallsTrent Mr and Mrs Lee Walls announce the marriage of their daughter Ju dith to Joe Trent of Luster The marriage will take place in the Bap tist church at 2 oclock Thursday No vember 24 Fourth District Congressman Ben Johnson made an unprecedented raccjin the Fourth district carrying every county over his Republic an opponent Dr D W Gaddle of La Rue county and receiving a total major ity of 6313 Following are the majorit ies by counties Rrecktnridge county 57 Bullitt county 515 Meade county 538 Mnrion county 911 Ohio county 200 LaRue county 287 Hart county 203 Nehon county 4 1 648 Washington county 500 Taylor county k 320 Green county 30 Hardin county 887 Grayson county 200 Total 0343 Hart fOhio Breckinridge Green Taylor and Washington counties have heretofore been reliably Republican Etown Mirror GLEN DEAN Mr W R H nsley of Louisville was here Sunday Mr S H Notham of Owensboro who has been the guest of relatives for the past few weeks has returned home Mr Luther Townsley of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Ada Mattingly last week T F Moore of Louisville was in town last week- CClelllou Mattingly of Cloverport is the guest of his parents Miss Louise Moormau is the guest of Mr aud Mrs D R Murray of Indianapolis Ind Miss Amu nda Dean left Monday for an indefinite stay in Owensboro Miss Daisy Dean was the guest of re latives iuFordsville and Owensboro last week W S Dean of Dundee was the goes of his sister Mrs J C Mattingly Wed nesdayMiss Jennie Deane of Falls of Rough was the guest of Miss Emma Lou Moor man Wednesday Robert Moorman was In Hardinsburg WednesdayMr Glasscock and Mrs J C Mattingly were the guests of Mr and Mrs William Robertson of Short Creek last week J C Bridges is in Louisville for a few days Mr R B Hoskins is in Louisville Mrs P E Dempater is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of Irvington D C Moorman was in Fordsville FridayHelen WhlttinghlH spent a few days in Owensboro last week the guest of her brother Pate Whittinghill Mrs T L Curtiss and little daughter Eltuor visited friends in Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday John D Babbage was in town Satur day youLewisportBest youought1- a tl C BAKING POWDER RoyalCook mailed free If Tells How to Make 178 Kinds of Cake f Cakes of all kinds for all people are best made with Royal w- jbatl1o SPECIALLY FINE tii iiFOR LAYER CAKE- d it CHANTECLER PARTY A Popular Way To Entertain Tlis Winter Nice Amusement For Fun Lovers A new way to entertain is to give q Chantecer party using bunched ui wheat oats cornstalks and corn foir the house decorations Mrs James B Randell who has been visiting in West Virginia attended one at Parkersburg and as it was so unique she brought home the particulars for her friends They are as follows Decorate pretty cards or pieces of paper with nand painted pictures of turkeys and paste each one to the stem of a feather Or these cards write the following number ed questions 1 What Is Europes most trouble some foul 2 Name largest African fowl 3 What is Americas favorite fowl 4t What is the most attractive fowl of Mass 5 Name the best read fowl 6 What fowls name is most easily written 7 What fowls are apt to stray from homeS What fowl is most inquisitive 0 What disagreeable fowl once in habited Cuba 10 What fowl came near being o hoodoo 11 What fowl might be given a foot ball coach 12 What is the most popular fowl with little children 13 What Is most popular fowl with 16 year old girls What is the most popular fowl wit young men 15 What is the most popular fowl with the milliners 16 What fowl gets Its picture print ed most in the newspapers after Democratic victory Each person is given a feather ant must keep his question silent until al are called to stand up in a line Tin first person in the line reads his ques tion and answers same then the other follow in the same way In case one cannot answer his question he take his seat as in an old fashion spelling school and his feather is taken up an given to the next one At the end th one holding the most feathers is give a real chicken as a prize If the Cloverport League gives thi party it would be nice to serve fried chicken for a change in refreshments New Bethel School Growing New Bethel school if far from being r model Its like the hog that was fed on buttermilk its growing Some extra seats have been added The library has increased and attendance is better Jobie Jqrdan and Will Frank have been getting wood for the school Supt Driskell visited the school and gave an excellent addres on the valu- of higher education J F Carwlle New Bethel f immediately oh receipt of your address TOBACCO Has Made Big CropMore This I Year Than Last But Disap pointing In Some Respects The Cincinnati Enquirer rec went into an exhaustive investiv of the tobacco situation covering I point involved throughout the counts tand the following is a synopsis of its report covering especially the Ken tucky output This years tobacco crop big as it is is a disappointment It will not pass the billion pound mark set for it in the earlv spring when after almost jOOW acres more than in 11000 had been set out under most favorable conditions the plant started forward in most pro mising growth Those 40000 acres with the promised increased yield from the total of 1169771 acres planted would easily have made a yield to ex ceed a billion pounds But the crop met with a succession of misfortunes eurlyInswept away whole fields on bottom lands then the drouth touched it os it touched corn and a total of 20000 acres are re ported as not having reached the liar vet stage According to reports to the Enquirer the total area for harvest is 1140831 acres which compares with 1180617 in 931068U1I5453 In IgOO a The Government may be expected to bilI lion pounds as the Reporting Board of I theIarea planted at 1215010 acres and thercondition at about 78compared with an theL t Governments reported yield for 1909 of 940857000 the stastlc the total oflI I I fgurII I poundsIThe difference between the Enquir ers estimate and that of the Govern I whereIareasof 470400 acres while reports to the Y theII rclnII qualities cover a planted area of only 388860 acres with only 375908 for the harvestI I areIvery discouraging as to the yield and while there are about 10000 acres more than in 1000 harvest the yield is esti mated to be 2000000 pounds less The Injury however fell most heavily on the dark district so that yield of l Burley in Kentucky will be 197652000 pounds compared with 183805105 in 1900 Supper a Success I theIFridaII Twentyefive dollars cleared 0- o a I 1 DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m111- Clovcrport Ky rLT P For Sale Tux receipts 1910 model guaranteed to last 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one R 01 Perkins D S J I 6 + + NEW 1 Livery StableI Stephensport Ky itJNev Rigs New Horses m j New Stable r t Open fors the Public Near IVII X1 1If you have any riding or X a driving to do or if you want j K reed of any kind we can Wi furnishii- l you j We willl handle Ice also II- n f Your patronage will ft- ni be appreciated ft in THOS W SMITH Propriet- orStephensportI Ky j + Trained Minds are in demand by businessmen The Spencerian course in Book keeping Shorthand and Account ng has been the means by which 12000 graduates are holding responsible positions Hundreds are earning over 5000 n year We will send full details regard ing rates and course to young men and women who will write us Spencerian Commercial School Union National Bank Uulldlnz 6th and Main Sts LOUISVILLE KY ST NICHOLAS represents the intellectual and CenturyComagazine for young people It has FASCINATING SERIAL STORIES- of adventure sport and school biographyhistorylegend anti balladry j JOLLY JINGLES SHORT STORIES- an amazingly fruitful department of Nature and Science an ingenious departmentTboand stamps lorthe boys and special pages for the youngest readers Fill all the interstices with pictures print it in the best style and inclose youhaveA MAGAZINE OF DELIGHT- as none but an American boy or girl has ever had n Send for Prospectus to THE CENTURY CO UNION SQUARE NeW YORK Anrono Bonding a sketch and description may rpilcklr ascertain our orlnlon free whether an 1lutlonsetdctl conedentlalIIANBBOO1 Communion cn Intcnti puteiiliIAtonUobarwe lu the A Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr oulatlon of any nclentlBo Journal Terms 13 a tladbraiinetredeateraMUNN Branchonce 0 F Bt Washington D Co Subscribe Right Now r u Illy PYTHIAN HOME TO HAVE AN EXTEN SIVE ADDITION Every Lodge In Kentucky Will Contribute To New Building Preparations To Be Completed By First Of- January CANDIDATES WANTED The Knights of Pythias of Kentucky are making rapid preparations to build an addition to the present Home in Lexington which will be used na a girls dormitory and will cost f20000 or more The recent grand lodge in session at Shelbyvllle unanimously dorsed the plan to ere t the building and the lodges from all over the state arc cooperating in an effort to have the addition completed in 1911 The plan agreed upon is that each lodge in the state will give the amount secured from the first ten candidates for the Rank bf Knighthood to the Grand Lodge for tho purpose oferecting the girls dormitory which is badly need edIf followed out by all the lodges in Kentucky the plan will give the order au increase in membership of 2000 will increase the income of the home 1000 annually and will make the fixed in come of the lodges 10000 more than at present besides providing sufficient capital to build the home Before the meeting of the Grand Lodge forty or fifty of the lodger had heartily approved the plan and at the meeting every representative voted for it Agreements have been sent out by Grand Chancellor R LSladeand Grand Keeper of records and Seal J W Carter andabout sixty lodges have already signed them An effort will be made to secure the candidates before January first in order that the work may be rush ed as rapidly as possible- At the present time there arc thirty girls in the home and more room is needed The boys have ample accom modations The work on the new building probably will begin as early in the spring as the weather will permit Lexington Herald Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens Btomach membranes promotes how of digestive juices purities the blood builds you up Sells Residence Dr 1 orrest Lightfoot was down from Cloverport yesterday when he sold to Dr Joseph Baker the Lightfoot home in this city for 1500 Dr Baker will get possession of same and move his family to Haivesville as soon as Walter Morris the present occupant of the place can find another res- idcnceHancock Clarion IAny skin itching is a tempertester more you scratch the worse it itch es Doans Ointment cures piles ec zema any skin itching At all drug stores Miss Stirman Has Nice- Position in Oklahoma Miss Margaret Stirman of Owens horo who went to Oklahoma City to spend the winter has just been ap pointed assistant librarian at the Car negie library in that city at a nice salary Miss Stirman who is an ex ceptionally bright girl served a short time in the library temporarily and her work was so satisfactory that she received a permanent appointment from the trusteesOwensboro Inquirer Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIALODIBURG Deferred from last week Miss Delia Harrison of Louisville was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Harrison last Sunday She wns accompanied by John Miles Cleveland Adkisson of Sandiego Catwho has been visiting relatives and friends here for the last two months returned home last Monday accompani ed by his mother and sister Misses Ida Ater and Murl Basham were the guests of Mrs Eddie Kroush of Frymire last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ida Nottingham was in Hardins burg last week Miss Olia Argabright ol Branden burg spent the week end with her un cle wn Argabright Walter Adkisson was visiting his sis ter Mrs Sam Cox of Sample last Sunday Mr and Mrs A M Hanin who have been visiting relatives and friends at French Lick Ind returned home last Saturday by the way of Owensboro where they spent a few days with W H Hardin Mrs Hardin was accompanied home by her mother Mrs Deck er Croff Beauchamp of Irvington was the guest of his sister Mrs Harlette Parks last week Mr and Mrs Charlie Payne and fam ily wete visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Gibson last Sunday Julius Dutschke of Holt was vis iting his brother A Dutschke last Sat urday and Sunday- A J Keys and daughter were visit ing Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch Cloverport last week The box supper at Poplar Grove on last Saturday evening given py the tea cher Miss Nannie Payne was quite a success Took In 822 which will be us ed for buying books for a library Isaac Norton will run W B Argabr ghls farm next year Mr Norton will move his family to Mr Argabrights a boutNov20 Mrs Henry Claycomb of Raymond died Sunday Oct 30 She was entered in the Raymond cemetery Oct 31 Mr Claycomb died Aug 28 His daughter Mrs W B Argabright died Sept 28 and Mrs Claycomb Oct 30 Three deaths in tne same family In two mon ths All died of typhoid fever Cblldrn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA CUSTER Gid Hager Died Last FridayDip tllerla In The Neighborhood CarmanKinnison Wed ding Held over from last week Gld Eager whose serious illness was reported in our items last week died at 10 a m Friday He was buried in the Trisplett burying grounds on Saturday at noon by the order of the Woodmen of which he was a member A large crowd was present Dr Meador went to Harditisburg Monday Miss Nancy Carman and Irviiie Kin nison were married at the home of the bride at 3 p in by Rev J E King ou Sunday after noon Miss Ida M rr of Rosetta was in Custer Saturday John Alexander ol Hnrdiusburg was in Town Tuesday howdying among re latives and friends If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use John Bennetts dwelling house burned Monday night about 7 p m The family were away from home being at the bedside of Gid Hager the foster brother of Mrs Bennett No one knows bow the fire started Before tbe neighbors discovered the burning house it was too fur gone to save any thing of any consequence The kitchen safe a dining table and a few dishes were all Diphtheria is raging in the neighbor hood beyond Coustantine and very fa tal Coleman Ilaswell Carters Dry Goods man was in Custer Tuesday A If Taylor spent Wednesday and Thursday in Louisville attending to business and visiting his son Irwin at j The Cause of Many- Sudden Deaths There is ft disease prevailing in this country most d tJ 1udecepfive suddendeaths by itheart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance thekidneypoison ed blood will at tack thevlt organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in tbe urine head ache backache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid lies SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing iit and overcomes that unpleasant necessity throughthethe night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy beI anyoneSwampRootsold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let n dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you doyou will be disappointed the Louisville Training School Beech wontMr and Mrs Tom Chappel of Ro setta accompanied by their daughtfe Miss Eula were in Custer shopping SaturdayMr Mrs Charles Priest of Rosetta came to Ouster Saturday to at tend the funeral of Mr Cid Hager If the best Is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituarfes free A Christmas Present That Means Something There ia one especially good 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after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of J25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use t I IIt IPRINOIPALI 11 BUSINESS a- COLLEGE Second andWalnut Streets 1OUISVILLlB1KY Review of Reviews and The Breckenridga News ONE YEAR FOR 300 This is just the price of the magazine Send your subccriptlon to THE BREGKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky ria r D Ii gin s Ar H 1 I ItI Begins Monday Nov 21 Continues Five Days 0 I Railroad Fares Refunded Tuesday and Wednesday on theRe H A This makes it doubly attractive for IIEach attend this sale More For Money Than at Any Other During The Winter Seasons Mention is made a few only the many extraordinary inducements Each day during this sale new attractive offerings will be made Copyrighted Books During this sale all the late popular fiction 39 that sell all over the country at 50o will be soldat C 30c a copy This gives you an excellent oppor tunity to provide Christmas giftsfor books are always in good form to give both man and woman Sale on Rugs Axminster Carpet Rugs size 9x12 ft now patterns in soft rich colorings regular price 2250 sale flMJI yrprice v 1 Hi I 0 Carpet Hugs size 9x12 ft mado from short lengths of Tapestry Brussels Carpet and border worth 15 l i 995 aleAxminsterHearth Rugs size 27x00 inches 225 value Hearth Rugs size 36x72 in 75ularBrussells Rugs sizo 9x12 ft O0salel Brussells Hugs size 113x12 ft regular 22 value p 01595I Wilton Velvet Rugs size 113x12 ft regular price 150salel Brussells Carpet 10 irenni sale price vJUui Sale Prices on Draperie Fine Irish Point Curtains made on tine French 3t yards long made to sell for 5 l I sale fill i Irish Point Curtains 3i yards long made to sell for 10 this sale iS550 Silk Portieres 3 yards long OOhalfi 11 Lace Curtains madras weave 00to1 i i Lace Curtains 3A yards long trade with double and twisted 95Cedgei Bobbinet Bed Sets with Bat tenberg motif and bolsteo sham to match 5 value 250 Sale on I Hair Goods Coronet Brnidsi a very fine I Z 98suloc Cluster Pulls of Natural wa 33puffsi 1I 6shadesCI c n n Christmas Gifts There are many sugges tive articles in this sale for Christmas gifts Sale on Black Goods Black Shelma Cloth 54 in ches wide a fabric that does 15l1 Black Pebble Cloth 30 in eh2S wide all wool plain weave 35aleC i Fancy Black Marquisette and Voile in checks and plaids 44 19ue11 I Sale Prices on Dress GoodsS- ilk and Wool Crystal Cloth Fancy Brilliantine and a host of Novelty Worsteds in lHirht medium and heavy weights 1 f 89CforI i Popular Dress Goods fancy grey mixtures plain Mohairs heavy Basket Cloth Chillon Panama and other weaves regular pricesi 50c and 59c J4CI Panama and Novelties 44 inchall wool Panama and hair 59lcgularC Sale Prices on I Notions SpoolCotton= l 54c English Pinsi 3C1paper 500yard Spool Thread spool 3Ci 5c Tracing Wheel a 3 c 5c Box Hair Pins 3CI 3Cushions C Washable Hooksl and Eyes card 3C1 Machine Oil bottle 3C fi 5c Toilet Pins any size paper 3Ci Tolsen BeltingI dozen 35c yard 3s1 Darning Needles 3Cpaper i 3sizpsC Madam Louise Grim pors package 3Ci Sale Prices on Jewelry Brooch Pins large stone reg 15CpricesI i Rhinestone Hat Pins values to 2 25 sale price 98ci 25valuesC 26Piece Silver Set 375 This is the greatest bargain in a silver you aver saw Each consists of 26 pieces as follows 6 knives 6 forks 6I teaspoons 6 table spoons 1 sugar shell and 11 butter knife Put up in handsome lined box just like a X35 or40artiole flF 1 u A rUJo fJ e = e INCORPORATED Sale Prices on Linens Hemstitched Table Cloths good values at 2 during this 139atTable Linen German Mercerized Table Damask Gi in ches wide in new and pretty patterns always sells at 50c 39saloC Napkins 200 dozen bleached Damask Napkins largo size to sellI for 1 sale madei dozen 69C1 Napkins 200 dozen 20x20 inch bleached hemmed Napkins good values dozen sale price9QC Sale Prices on Towels Huck Towels liirgo size buck towels hemmed ready for use lOc valuo during this sale 61eachV4Ci- Fine Towels one lot of hem stitched scnl loped and1 hemmed towels values up to j sale price each wc19I C Toweling one case bleached all linen crash toweling heavy 0I1I C Fine For Hunting Swiss Rifles Army used loading bring and long range Government 1of Sale On- Furniture Dining chairs genuine gold en solid saddle shaped legs 05regularI Hall finished Oak or Mahogany oxidized metal sale priceLLSRoc- kers finished Golden Oak Mahogany back banister back regular price 7K 1375 JZ3Cotton Top Mattresses 25speciallyWardrobe golden fancy doors drawer regular price ifS75 flfl price pDUU Sale On Bedding Plaid Blankets Warm J114 blank grey pink blue plaids value sale Qfl- Bfankets pair 114 wool blankets 50toSatins covered Comforts well filled comforts regular 275 1atl 150 Comforts good covered 95cselli Dont Forget the Monday- November 21 Continues Five Days nI Sale Prices on Plumes French Plumes in black 12 ches long broad fiber good value at t th- ISu49csaleI French Plumes 18 inches long in 50worth French Plumes in black only inches long extra heavy head sale650Willow Plumes in black pluckedfrom 50priced Sale Prices on Hand Bags Allleather Hand hags walrus grain lined with best quality silk grain made with wide mental frame in gold or French shapefittedvalue regular h 11 All leather Hand Bays in purple skin lined to i 98SkinI Vanity Purses leather a variety styles fitted with mirror powder puff or memorandum pad SOCvaluevalueJet Beaded Bags large with wide gilt French grey or gun metal TRnlHci Novelty Bags fancy frame velvet 50ccorn Repeating I U S Rifles Shoot 13 successive times with oneI These rilles by the will or little game United States Army the U at a or short will shoot S 1800 a piece in lots either shot or small ball a regular 10000 They fine pieces of 1 I I I oak seat Trees in Golden with 3 00 in roll high TO for auv oak finish top two one large C sale ets in tan and 2 75 this ffl in heavy 1 size with in aO and gros orna 3 71 5 brown and calf 1 of all in of size were big cost are arms Sale Prices on Trimmings and Linings Braid regular prices 50c to 150 this39CIsaleI Braid white told black regular prices yiQn 75c to 150 Obi Colored Applique and Fes 59upc SetBands regular prices 225 3 and 4 this salo a I00andBlack Peicalino 36 inches QoI2jcaTan Linen Canvas quality this sale a 12to1II OCI Black Moire Lining 30 in 1qualityll I 115c Aberdeen or Tailor Canvas 20ityc Sale on Waists Handembroidered Waists white linen in tailored styles with laun dered sale price100Nov- eltp 1 Waist beautiful Persian and plaid silk waists in TalYeta 98speclalSilk Waists in black colors in plain tailored and trimmed styles speciallyl priced unt 298 Lace Waists In white and ecru sevIrl = Parcels Checked Free of ChargeII All delivered from our store to station without cost to you yourII Annual Thanksgiving Sale Your Time Fall and of of Prices 145 net 380 Prices Prices now set Table Guns forS1asPrices Prices Date Appliques Prices and and purchases Womens and Misses 2000 and 2500 I SuitsfMere0reaching1 r best styles worth 20 to 25 priced for this sale at i Sale Prices On Furs Black Coney Sets extra large shawland mull 1250 OpriceBlack Fox Sets large shawl 00regular1 Isabella Fox Sots largo shawl OOregulari i 1 Sale Prices On- Petticoats Genuine Taffeta Silk Petticoats in black and colors well mado with deep tailored flounce and Him cotton dust ruffle full 75mnrlmhle1 Genuine Heathorbloom Petti coats made with full flounce 19plices1 Petticoats of rustling mater terial black grounds with per siun colors ontirely new mud to yell for 200 ct1129 Sale Prices On HandkerchiefsAnd Womens hcmstichcd linen IHandkerchiefs made to soil for 1SCsaleI I I Womens linen Hand hom1stitchedI value iu 75c Silk Moire Belting best quality this sale a belt length fand a 25c belt pin80C pntcntIcnthcr 21fOlmC Sale Prices On- Neckwear Seeo Silk Scarf 2 yards long 27 inches wide to bo had in 35ccolorsCoat Sets lace and embroid ered Coat Sets consisting of collar Ilndcuffs regularly priced at 75o and 98c thisI i sale 48C Silk rufls with ribbon tics varietyi of colors G9c to C98cJabots largo effects trimmed with Cluny lace in six different styles Sec values 19cI Ituchijig C assorted neck Qn25c Sale Prices On Ribbons A Plain fancy and Persian Ribbons from C to 7 inches 25cupUpPlain and Fancy Ribbons 5 19upI C Plain and Fancy Ribbons 15 i stos 3CaJ Sale PricesOn Hats Trimmed Hats in about 50 different distinct styles in black and colors made to sell up 1 eto 1250 this aA 5 I 00 Untrimmed Velvet Hats made on buckram frames good quality silk velvet choke of X198value1 Sale Prices On- Umbrellas k Mens and womens Union i silk Umbrellas horn woodand 48tillYens and womens silk and 48nineSilk Umbrellas womens silk umbrellas in navy brown maroon and green mission handles assortocr sty IcsG11 QQ 250 values lOJ Sale Prices On Gloves Womens silk lined or an 1 lined Mocha Gloves in groy sires79clChamois Gloves womens real chamois gloves in white and natural washable 125 grade this sale 69c Womens Gauntlets tan kid with pearl buttons regular 350 values this salo 200 Kid Gloves womens 2 clasp Kid 100 quality19C Black Gloves womens silk lined or unlined black cashmor 5075cC c f Handsome Souvenirse- ach day during sale 10 to 14 Gold Filled Watches 450 x hens and womens goldfillodwatcitesI fitted with upto date movements good time keepers Open face and hunting l cases warranted from 10 to 20 years Watches that vill niako excellent Christmas gifts and that are worth from jrt 45010 to 14 Priced p r i I + JT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO tIssued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 16 1910 1 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line and 5 cents for each ad ditional insertion CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at tire rate of 5 cents per line money p in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should hive their old as well as their new address WHYtfOIIASOA WON LIST TUESDAY atNelsonI county have him 1048 the largest Democratic majority ever given in any county in the Fourth District This was Johnsons r home county and it stood by him When a man can win popularity and confidence among his home folks it is easy to win the votes ofI d the outside world oooWhen Johnson was a very young man he served his home county in the lower house of the General Assembly of Kentucky twice and r instead of hiding his political talents then ho multiplied them and soon he was known as a man who could not only serve his home peo pie in a valuable way but was a valuable man for the whole public And this iis why he carried every county in the Fourth District Jast Tuesday lie is awake nil the time to the interest of his friends 4 4whetherthey arc Democrats or Republicans oooEven Brcckenridge county which for the last fev years has been considered an Old Reliable for the Republicans turned over the log cabin for him by a Democratic majority of 57 This is because Mr Johnson came into the fields here and have the people a chance to know him personally and were convinced that he was the man who knew how to take care of mutters for them in Congress 000In the wordy of The ElixabcthtownI Mirror we say about our next Kentucky Governor the following Mr Johnson is able clean and capable and a most excellent organizer He possesses a thorough knowledge of human nature and of men and we know of no man that excels him in executive ability He is just such a man as Kentucky needs as Governor and just such a man as the Democratic party needs to pilot it to victory next year The nomination should be given him without opposition as it uas when he was a candidate for State Senator and as it has been each time ho has been a candidate for Congress We have no doubt however that withor without Ipposition he will win the nomination and wo feel quite sure that in the final election as usual VICTORY in largo letters will be emblazoned on the standard he bears and the good people of Kentucky will learn to know him and Jove him aa have the people of his Legislative Senatorial and Congressional I Districts TJMJTKSGIVTJfGr Thanksgiving Day proclamation has been issued by President William Howard Taft Thursday November 24 1910 has been ap pointed as the day of National thanksgiving and prayer enjoining the people upon that day to meet in their churches and to return heartfelt thanks to Him for all his goodness oooThanksgiving is a blessed day und should be celebrated in our minds iwd hearts more than once year It is a shame to put grati tude away on the shelf like a glass of raspberry jolly and only hand it out on rare and special occasions IJaing grateful is being thankful to those at home as well as to the stranger who favors us Have you over noticed that we are quicker to thank everybody else than our own o 0 0 Ho has much to be thankful for who can thank himself and say I am thankful no lie has passed my lips this year I have not cheated my neighbor have not made a debt that I cannot meet a minute of my time has not been idly spent and yet I have not worked and worried the life out of my soulI Iand body my will is not ill towards any man at night I am glad to rest and in the morning I can start on the day healthy cheerfully with energy and zest These are things for which to be thankful and are in the reach of every man who sings the soup of faith and who can do all things through Christ who strengthens him The question is being discussed at Frankfort we observe from The News that after all Caleb Powers may not be permitted to take his seat in the Congress of the United States The body is the judge of the qualification of its members and can refuse to let Mr Powers be sworn in on the ground that ho was indicted for a felony and never acquitted The action may never be taken but it could be with propriety The House will bo largely Democratic and Ohio James at least may object to sitting in a delegation in which a man three times convicted of participation in the assassination of his friend has been chosen by a misguided constituency to sitWaltonLox ington Herald Fifty young people were confirmed by the lit Rev Dennis ODonaghue of Louisville at the St Rose Catholic church last Wednesday Rev Celestino Broj the pastor is quite proud of the class as this is the largest that has been confirmed in the history of the church It has been many a day since a Protestant church in Clover port has added to its membership fifty young people at one time 1 Our desks look as if we were having Cbanteclor play in the i News office so many roosters appeared on the papers in their celo- braI tionof the Democratic victory last week and now turkeys are being pictured by the wholesale for Thanksgiving I i r Senator J J Watkins died at his homo at Sturgis last week lIe r vas one of the most prominent members of the State Senate and s nt ntmade a gallant fight for the county bill and was publisher of the t Democrat Sturgis z vc s Vti SiLLA I Now Cloverpotta Meat Market iis the hobo sign painters way j of lettering Cloverports now meat market Last year he paintedon our door Brcckonridgo News Foundered in 187G There aroofton mistakes in signs Silence is golden Mr Roosevelt should havo tried it before the electionxr STORIES WU1TTKX While The Press Thunders UY IOUISK The Rich The other tlayone of our new rich friends said she didnt know what to do buy an organ or get her teethI plugged 000 Of course it must bo easier for n man to love a rich girl than a poor one but to stow that the girl with money is not always the winner can be clearly proven by the secret revealed In a chat with a Cloverport man the other day In speaking of his recent experiences heI said that u wealthy young lady than hadI four months money couldnt wonI Friday completely flattering dauI do dinI ner fashionable mouth BIG DEMOCRATIC LANDSLIDE i Elections held throughout the country on Tuesday Nov 8 resulted in a political convulsion of farreaching extent similar many points to the tidal wave of 1882 Tine National House of Representatives been carried by the Democrats reversing the present Republican majority of 43 U S Senate probably Republican by reduced ma jorities New Stato John H Dix Democrat is elected Governor over II L Stimson Republican by plurality of 55000 reversing a Republican plurality of 70000 for Gov Hughes in 1n08INew Jersey Woodrow Wilson Democrat defeated V Wilson Republican for Governor by about 15000 plurality Massachusetts Eugene N Foss Democrat defeats Gov Draper Republican for Governor by about 30000 plurality- In Connecticut Judge Simeon Baldwin Democrat is elected Governor over Charles H Goodwin Republican by about 4000 pluralityIn Gov Judson Harmon Democrat seems to been re elected by about 15000 over his Republican opponent Warren G Harding New Hampshire and Pennsylvania seem to Republican while Rhode Island seems to have reelected Gov Pothier Republican by reduced pluralities Tennessee Taylor Democrat is defeated by Hooper the fusion candidate for Governor by about 15000 Iowa the vote for Governor is close with chances in favor of the Democrats while Wisconsinami Michigan seen to be Republican reduced majorities Indications that Indiana is safely Democratic HUMBLENESS OF SPIRITHy Hutchison EllwanRor J There are many people in world who seem tb think that Humble ness of Spirit is a vice and something to be shunned as one would a viper Humbleness of Spirit has often teen mistaken for craveness Persons with whom unassuming people associate rarely recognize superiority and are pleased to laugh at their modest and accomodating 100h its Tom they saIOhes a pretty good of u fellow he hasnt enough spirit They are as incapable of having fine gentlemanly manner of Thomas explained to as they are incapable of reaching up to him in his natural nobilityIf is deferential kindly and quick to do a favor for a friend he is marked as aIOsoft thing Yetwhen one discovers person with true Humbleness of Spiritone who BIG SPRING Dire D Meador and daughter MaxIne are in Lousvlllo a visit of several weeks- Pierce Hardaway and Wilson of Bewley vllle spent Monday here Misses Emma Miller and Maud Scott went to Flaherty Thursday News has been received of the approaching marriage of two young la dies who frequently visit here Carrie Millward of Louisville to Mr Alex Durlauf November 22 Miss Eliz abeth Miller to Mr Chas Nan both of Cecilia December 20 Miss Hardaway of near Bewley is spending the week with Zelma Strother Mrs C B Witt has returned LouisvilleMiss Moormah is in Louis ville visiting her brother Raymond Mrs Nancy Wright died Thursday at the home of her son Gill near here with a complication of diseases Mrs Jack Collins slid daughter Miss Pearl returned Thursday from Illinois where they had visiting relatives for several weeks RerA P Lyonof Eliztibethtowa Ci U I more seventyfive miles away proposed to him three times in less than tt With all her he accept her I No der 000 we had iv letter from a nian who in an instant was cap tivated with a multi millioniares ghter and had a I play court to Ho was so but upon seeing her at the table at a rathskellerhe lost interest She chewed chicken with her open in has The will be In York a In fI In H have bo In Bob In bo are also I Ella I many the these their ways only sort but the them J for Mr Miss Fannie villc Miss from been her the would as soon sever his right arm as insult another by word thought or deed do not mistake his position It would be s difficult thing for such a person to readily recognize insults tie usually takes it for granted that you are as far above such as he It is not so common a specie that It is hard to recognize It places its mark upon the blessed possessor It shines frequently under a face of tan and mikes a face begrimed luminous with feelingDo make light of the fact that he willnot resent your brutality or your condescension or your impositions He is so far above such petty vices that he sees them not and if he did why a heart so sweetened with the presence of his Lord would not for an instant harbor hatred toward youfor It When you meet it take off your hat you are passing kinship of the Mae terThe Widow held quarterly meeting Saturday and SundayRev King left for Custer Monday to begin a series of meetings Mrs Julia Clarkson and son Ben went to Chicago last week for a few days From there Mrs Clarkson will go to Minot N D to spend the win ter with her daughters Mrs Harry Kemper and Mrs Moorman Harda wayMrs A D McCans or Ellzabeth town is here visiting relatives- If the best is ttoo good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use A Christmas Chat Y For Fifteen Cents Christmas chat from the heart of the press is ail attractive blotter enclosed in a decorated envelope on sale at the News office These are just what you want to send tothat person whom you think of so kindly These Christmas blotters are fifteen cents each or one collar a dozen Write for The Louise Novelties Breckenridge News Clover port KyISubscribe today iirr1 1 V7 ira i I I l Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled With the best values in stock and Mail Order Purchases of 65 or more we pay the forwarding charges to points within 200 miles Louisvilles Greatest Department Store and an of new f Outing Flannel Gowns for women and misses neat pink and blue stripes yoke and cuffs flat Outing Flannel Gowns for wo men and misses narrow pink and blue stripes round neck yokes pearl but tons cut full and long fi Up Special at Job Outing Flannel Gowns for woo men and misses plain pink blue white buff buttonhole stitched Outing Flannel Gowns for woo men and misses extra heavy in plain white pink and blue em broidery trimmed yokes and cuffs 1I Womens Long of heavy domet flannel in pretty patterns all edges buttonhole stitched silk loops A regular 3 value prieed 1150special spWomens Long Kimonos ex tra heavy domet flannel princess style yoke back front collar Childrens Cloth Coats black caracul clulh coats sizes 2 to 0 years full high storm collar and cutTs lined I Childrens Black Velvet Coats sizes 2 to 0 years lined through out high storm If J J 11 T 11 11 Put on your cap and select a nice gift for those you love Dont be deceived by the glitter of cheap in dry goods and drug stores Go to the lino of Silver and Gold I Ky School The Senior class of The Clovo port High School has chapell exercises every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 830 oclock The students arrange interest ing prograuies and all friends of the school are cordially invited to be present Postmaster Oelze delivered an ad dress Friday afternoon to the High School on Postal laws etc This is very and a great education to the bearers Joys ofThe Press V 15 cents the copy F C ifJ 11o TUESDAY EVERY Womens and Outing Flannel Gowns and Kimonos exceptionally attractive showing stylishand moderately priced Winter COATS and DRESSES For Girls and Children 49cSpecial hemstitched naCand 50neclsKlmonosmado aty 98trimmed doublebreasted 500value doublebreasted 00Specialatt Christmas Is Near thinking jewelry groceries Experienced Jewele- rEngraving Free Beautiful TeCe LEWIS Hardinsbiirg Chapel ExercisesAt Cloverport instructive NtwftOffict Y WEDNE5DA WEEL 1 Misses Childrens Black Plush Costs sizes 2 to 0 years heavy quilted linings doublebreasted storm 75SpecialGirls New Winter Coats sizes 8 to 14 years made of new diagonal cloth with sailor collars and cutr edged with velvet and 00tonsI Girls New Norfolk Coats sizes 8 to 14 years In red blue brown and tan Melton cloth jew el buttons velvet trimmed col lars Special rat 500 Girls New Winter Dresses heavy linens sizes 8 to 14 years polkadot50SpeclalGirls Sailor Collar Coats fur winter sizes 8 to 14 years fine allwool cheviots in North treentrimmed 50pricedGirls New Winter Dresses made of heavy polka dot Gala 1 I yearsGibson edgesSpecialr I i 225iJ Girls CoEd Suits of fine broadcloths in grays and blues pearl button trimmed sizes 10 to 16 years Our regular 20 suits on special sale i 750 m II Public SaleS I will sell to the highest bid dot at my farm 1 mile South of Irvington Ky on Saturday Nov 26 1910 a The following property 6 Head of Horses and Mares Cattle Sheep and nags Hay Corn Fodder Wheat and i Farming implements Terms Made Known on Day of Sale t4 D W HENRY J M MUDD Auctioneer L Mushroom Hats For The Children The small hat of close round mush room shape like an Inverted bowl comes in felt velvet and occasionally Is covered with corduroy Ribbon rosettes make the most effective trim ming for such hats The little mush q room beaver is very smart for childrens wear The trimming usually of yeK h vet or satin ribbon forming a baud around the crown and finished with loop ends Dresses for children are very picturesgiuH this season in the Scotch plaldiJ fenwith the addition of wide collars and sashes White lLrlca oilars are much worn on coats TJw New Idea Womans Magazine fQfIDecember Iii- Sl if i- p i 9 7f L t 1 J Y ritS3PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE k I lw GENERAL OFFICES CHICAGOif a She Breckenridge News iH L rr WEDNESDAY NOV 16 1910 ff RUEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Sf Vot Precinct and city Officesu 250 For County Offices x 1500 For State nnd District Offices1500- For Calls per lIneuu 10 For Cards per Hneu 10 p i For All Publications iu the inter est of individuals or rxpressiQH of individual views per lineuHIy MSI eAl1i1 S117A 517A7AwS1AAS171A7151 171 jjjjI N7A5tiAAAkStkAAilAA l itRAA ilu Mr Welsh of Chicago was here SundayC Powers of Addison was here s Saturday Mrs Frank Pa ne was in Louisville last week Miss Ree Willis wept to Louisville yesterday Jack Moorman of Louisville was here last week Mrs Mary DeHaven went to Owen r sboro Saturday Ed Bacon of Lovlsville was at the St George Saturday Mrs Thos Tousey was home from Louisville this week Miss Severs of Union Star was in town Saturday shopping Allen Pierce got his foot badly crush edat the shops last Friday Mr andMrs John Wendelken have moved here trom Salem Ind Wm Emory continues to be very ill at his home in the West End W T Halliday andE K Poat of Chicago were here last week Miss Annie Huff of Patesville has been visiting Mrs James Sahlie Mrs English who has been ill over a month is very much improved- If you dont care for the fine piano yourself help some friend tc get it Piano certificates given with every cash purchase at Sippels Shoe store Wm Martin of Greenville was the guest of Miss Mayme DeHaven Sunday Mr and Mrs JJ H Tindal of Tar Springs wore in town Saturday shop sI iinf jI Nat Raitt of Cincinnati attended the funeral of his mother Mrs Mary RaittMrs Henry Yeager is visting her sis ter Mrs Ed McAfee in Irvington this weekPeople are buying their winter shoes now Get their certificates Conrad SippelA line of beavers and midwin ter milljner has just been received by Miss Hicks Celestine OConnell broke his left arm last Tuesday morning while play ing at school w Mr and Mrs F N DHuy of Evans ton Ill have gone to Deland Fla to spend the winter Fred Liles of Henderson was the guest of Miss KatherirTe Wroe Satur day and Sunday Miss Fannie Raber of Henderson was the week end guest of Rev and Mrs F Farmer Misses Esther Mae and Rachel Jack son and Ed Morrison spent Sunday in Henderson with friends Mrs Adele Hambleton is making her her home with her daughter Mrs Me Clanaham on the East Side Enter your name on the piano con test and let your friends help you to get that fine piano at Sipples free Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter I For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph made for Christmas Beautifuland k Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport icy Will be In Irvinjton Ky De o D comber I 2 and 3 r 1w I 7- t1 g w p = A n A 1yl W C1 o p Q p H v a a a a s 8a i rn Ic r8n g gt11isI 0 C 0 0 I rnO1 I cccc1 8 = i = JqlII = i 1 Z i II i I ill1 I Z Z P p i i i Ii I i I i o P o w i i ii i i i i w I I I II i i j JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS I I 951I II inaw g SETTLE 32 RA 50 UO 54 73 10j 28 81 040i I 29 110 im n Iii 711147 16 JOIN ALLErr DEAN 93 1211 13 81 40 Mill 53 IOS 24 fi2 29 HO 88 I 1111111 Republican FOR CONGRESS ilitaiI RRN 1OIINSCN IIi 110 ItS 2s loj I DenmcrallcRhwARhI I III I YES STOCK LAZY I101 38 1311 198 MI 120 i71l1 hR 2fN1 209 112 71 102 tNO 72 71 bl 30 ow t40 Rll JEin D2 IS IIlj 8j Annie Murray took a trip on the pay I car down the Henderson Route this weekMrs Cordrey and daughter Miss Bertie Cordrey will arrive this week front EHzabethtown to visit Mrs James CordreyV Babbage Notary Public pre pares capers to be recorded in or out of the state Office main street Clo verport Ky Miss Coco Brashear of West Point was the guest of Miss AHene Hardaway Friday Miss Hardaway returned home with her and stayed until Sunday Dr Howard has sold hs property at Balltown anti is coming to this city to live The Doctor is quite a reliable physician and one of the hottest Dem ocrats in all this section Miss Mamie Gardner left last week for a visit in Illinois after spending the summer arid fall at the home of Mrs Fallon She will leave the last of this month for her home in New York The members of the Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church are disappointed in not having with them on Thursday and Friday Mrs R D Porter President of the Societies ofthe Kentucky Synod Mrs Porter is ill at her home in Louisville- A cross country hike with Clover port as its objective point has been planned for Thanksgiving Day bya partyof young men from Hawesville and Canpelton most of whom are members of the Eta Alpha Kappa fraternity chapter in the former city They ex pect to leave early enough to reach this city by noon arranging in advance for a mid day dinner which will test the Hospitality of one of the local hotels Tre afternoon will be spent socially among various Cloverport friends the party returning to Hawesville by the 7 oclock train BURLEY SALERATIFIED Sale of Pooled Tobacco in the Green River Association Takes Place FARMERS PLEASED WITH PRICES The sale made by the Green River Tobacco Growers Association on Wednesday November 2 of the IglO pooled crop of tobacco for q to 0 for leaf and lugs and 3 for trash was ratified- on Saturday by the poolers in Daviess IcLean and Ohio counties The sale was ratified in Hancock county more than ono week ago The poolers met at the court house in Owensboro on Saturday afternoon and by a unanimous vote ratified the sale Big Meeting in Davless It was one of the largest gatherings- of farmers that has been seen at the courthouse for some time it being es timated that there were over 500 pool ers present who had a voice in the meetingThe was called to order by W G Riney president of the association who stated that a sale had been made at 9 to 0 fof leaf and lugs and 3 for trash and that the meeting had been called to have the sale ratifiedor rejected by the poolers fir Taylor Explains Mr Taylor said that acting under these Instructions the board negotiated with the buyers and secured an offer on all the tobacco pledged to the association This offer said Mr Taylor Ils now placed before you for ratification or rejection It will not be binding unless you accept it Con Inuing Mr Taylor said Up to Poolers Present Now as to this sale the board wishes you to feel perfectly free to act and dont hesitate for fear your action I might stem to reflect on the board We are simply your servants We have done the best we could and we now aWait further orders and will do our best to carry them out As to the offer that has been made it runs from 0- to 6 for leaf and lugs and 3 for trash That is J is the lowest sample and any tobacco that comes below that sample and there will be some will W graded below that ac cording to value 575 550 325 or 15 but no leaf or lugs will be graded below 15 Of course trash is trash and it is nothing but fair that if a man brings in trash no matter what it is tailed it should be graded as trash w I 13 1 Now the question is just this Will you accent this offer or will you hold for a higher price Would you rather go to hauling off your tobacco the first sea souor wait to get more I submit It for your decision 11 President Riney then put the vote to the house to ratify or accept the sale and all but three poolers voted to rat ify the sale When President Riney announced that the sale had been rati fied the applause and waving of hnts made things look like an old time Democratic convention was in session Also Ratified Burley Sale The Daviess County Burley Growers Association met in the circuit court reem immediately after the Green River Association had Its meeting and on being called to order by Hiram Marksberry It was stated that the board had sold the 2000000 pounds of Burley for 14 for leaf and lugs and f7 for trash Mr Marksberry stated that the price would range according to quality By a unanimous vote of tho poolers present the sale was rati fled Points of Delivery The deliveries will begin on Mon day November 21 or as soon there after as the season will permit and within a short time tobacco will be gin rolling in from every section The sale as ratified by the poolers Includes the entire pool in the five counties In Kentucky and the tobacco pooled with the association in Indiana The purchasers are the American Tobacco Company Imperial Tobacco Company James Hodge Richard OPlynn S T Burns and the Gallaher limited The American Tobacco Company is the largest purchaser It is to receive nearly 10000000 pounds of which 3000000 pounds is to be dells ered in Owens oro The remainder of Its purchase is to be delivered at Livin Livermore Curdsville Sacra mento Whitesvllle Fordsville Nar rows and also one half of McLean county at Calhoun The Indiana tobacco will be delivered at Rockport The Imperial Tobacco Company will receive about 0000001 pounds of which 2500000 pounds is to be deliv ered at its factories in Owensboro IL will also receive the entire deliveries nade at Lewisport and Hawesville James Hodge who is operating the old John Hughes factory at the corner of Fifth and Elm streets will get 1 250000 pounds all of which is to be de livered in Owensboro Richard OFlynn is to receive sOO 000 pounds and S T Burns 400000 pounds which Is to be delivered at their respective factories in Owens boroThe Gallaher limited takes 500000 pounds to be delivered at Calhoun and 500000 pounds at its factory in Owens boroAll of the Burley tobacco is to be delivered in Owensboro the sale being made to the American Tobacco Com panyOwensboro Inquir- erWEBSTER Bachelors Club Making Preparation For Their Annual Opossum Supper Mr Asia Hardin and family of Lodi burg Misses Gardens mid I elia Stewart spent the day at H II Nortoiid sun day Mrs Effie Payne and daughter Ossie went to Irvingtou Saturday shaping Arthur Drane was the guest of a friend near Raymond Sunday MM Tom Compton has returned from visiting her relatives in Owensboro John Ivvddnn WitS in Ekrou and Guston Thursday and Friday Our regllous services were conducted by our pastor Rev May Sunday iu6m ing and Sunday night J D Lyadaii was in Irvington Mon day evening among society Herrert Haddock is recovering rapidly from a severe injury received not long ago Mrs D H Henry has returned to her home in Chattanooga Tenn after spending several days with her sisters Mrs John I yddau and Mrs William Kendall fc The Rook Club was entertained by Miss Mable handy last Wednesday even lug It will meet at Miss Myrtle Lyd Mans Friday evening If Ihe best is not to good for you Iewlsport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use l it + il x- U + + I W antS+ + LostDirt Dog lOSTOr stolon alxMit a w ole ago n bird toI1 For Sale Rcnt or Trade Storehouse A hctWlonSuhllClovertlort For Salelarge Red Jersey Boar toodpedhtreoFarmnranieuburg FarmFor Sale 1 Intimbergood water ono anon half miles from Olo veruort on the pike For further particulars CloverportKentucky For Sale Machinery FOR SALEat very low prices ono JO horsepower UaarScott Traction engine ono onoMeCormlck10 horsepower Springfield traction engine ono 40 horsepower Stationary engine Ad CoUuwe8vlllo For Sale Scholarship HowlingUnionnreckenridgoNawsCloverpori For Sale Bank Stock poll SALE Fix shares First State Hunk Irvrtigton JKy Fletcher Ulan ford Lebanon Ky r JIt I Eyes TestedI Fitted ttFrames il Glasses Watches uara tedII Clocks and i I JewelryII I Repairedjj Severs Drug C- oL4r1Ors 1 erJ Misses I K Payne M L Lyililan nnd K E Norton are taking music lessons under Mrs Hal Drane The Bachelors Club is making exten give preparations at Bachelor Hall for their annual opn mim supper which they expect to have soon Wearesorry we cant extend you nil invitations hut it is positively forbidden by our Hon President C H EII hRh as he dosnt think tiny of the fair sex should pream hleate the sacred reetns of B ichelor Hall h i Good Reading For These P j Long Winter Evenings t I w y 1L o13 of Tiberius- Wonmn ThoI Hoosicr Schoolmaster1 11yin the Alcove Infelico ww- wi Vnshti St Elmo ifu 5040 or Fight KatrinaIm1tA Speckled Bird WIwW The Danger Trail MasktJ W i The Beloved Vagabond The One Woman rg gravenlane I M Beverly of Graustark A Gentleman of France The House by the Lock W The Barrier The Shuttloff IIt J C NOLTE BRO ICLOVERPORTc KY I JACKS tSALEt A K Itthroe pnud Jacks we wish to dispose of twoiTare three years old and one two years old They are J nicely bred all jet black with white points very short and I cross huir line size extremely heavy bone largo feet big shapely heads and cite Thoo Jacks are in line condition t ready to show IlndII We gain to dispose of thomnnd they will bo bargains We trust they will find homes in our cou tjjIf you are interested dont write but come and Respectfully 1 R G ROBERTSON SONS GLEN DEAN KY STEPHE SPORT I M8 C H Hainl end children of St Iiui who have been visiting relative lucre returned home If the hest is not too good for you ewisport Itest Hour is the lour you ought to use free Will offering- The second of the series of Silver Teab given by the Btptist Ladies will he Fii day night at the Itiptist ChilI ch if x t r 1 c 1 c- J i V a i arc I i I n r t Editor Akock Hurt- J C Alcock editor of tho Jefferson town Ky Jeflersonlnn was cut aud bruised but not seriously injured in the accident sustained by the Louisville iFiscal Court auto when it turned turtle November 5 pinning its 01 cu pants beneath it and seriously injuring H W Stone tine chaulleur Western Publisher Subscribe I Some Coal is Like Paper I IItcatches fire quickly and burns up more II- IJ quickly Resultthe minimum ofac Itualheat Some coal is like rock it will II hardly catch fire at all I IlOne Coal is The Happy Medium I THATS OURS II- It Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Heat I Jas M LeIVislhisagent for THE HAPPY MEDIUMS Order Winter Supply Now Spqttsville or Ba Kett Coal And Youll be Satisfied u fa Iww r rp a y n Fn d iitjf ra ii ter 4Lf I iLOSEtt l r I t E New Mexico Claims 600001 MissingfsOLD SURVEY LAMED FOR LOSS 1 Constitutional Convention of Embryon v io State Willing to Drop Fight For i Disputed Territory if EI Paso County t f IU Given In ExchangeArgument an Old One With Increased Bitterness Besides squelching the Initiative and adopting the referendum In such iII manner that It will not be objection able even to Its enemies the New flex leo constitutional convention has 51 far succeeded only In stirring up the people of Texas over the boundary question and debating a lot of other matters that may or may not go Into the constitution Tho boundary matter Is the biggest thing yet disposed of by the conven lion It Is a matter which New Mex leo cannot settle and which the consti tutlon cannot settle but the New Mex icans are going to stand pat and male the fight So far as the records show the con gress of the United States settled at one time upon the one hundred and third meridian as the boundary be tween Texas and New Mexico and the records further show that the Texas legislature ofllclally confirmed this and that the United States paid the state of Texas 10000000 to relinquish all claim of any territory west of the one hundred and third meridian At that time Texas claimed most of New Mexico and a considerable part of Colorado territory that had been ceded to Texas by Mexico when Texas won her Independence and established herself ns n republic Survey Called Wrong The present trouble arose over the Clark purvey which placed the meri dian whore the present boundary line between New Mexico and Texas Is shown on nil the maps This was Popularly recognized as the boundary but It was never olllclnlly so declared by congress and therefore according to the New Mexicans It Is not Ilegal All the official evidence there Is ns to the boundary they declare is that It is fixed at the one hundred and third meridian In attempting to draw the line for this meridian Clark they contend started In the wrong place and owing to n defective knowledge of conditions of the atmosphere and their effect upon the magnetic needle he gradually worked to the west and In doing so kept cutting territory from New Mexico and adding It to Texas He started B wrong in the first pltfce paving est mated his time from Washington instead of Greenwich Ho began nbou half a mile too far over Into Now Mexico and he had worked about three miles too far by the time he quit the survey At first when the boundary issue was brought to light the New Mexican suggested n compromise by allowing Texas to retain the 000000 acres or land in the disputed zone If Texa would relinquish El Paso county to New Mexico But recently the New Mexicans thought they ought to havi compensation for tile taxes and license fees which Texas has been collecting from the people In the disputed strip So the proposition has now beer brought forward that Texas surrender the territory In dispute and relinquish El Paso county In payment of Indem nity for the wrongful use and appll cation of moneys collected from lane belonging to New Mexico Think El Paso Is Willing The New Mexicans cite the threat ol El Pasos representative In the state legislature to cut loose from the rest ol Texas If better treatment was not given the western end of the state and declare that the proposed trade ought to bo satisfactory to both the people of El Paso and the entire state The Interests of EI Pasos people gore In fact more closely allied with those of New Mexico than with Texas Inas much as El Paso Is 700 miles front the state capital and at least GOO miles from any city of Importance In Texas while it Is not that distance across the entire territory of New Mexico and only about 300 miles to Santa Fe New Mexicans would be glad to ac quire El Paso county because of its riches The assessed valuations in the county are over 33000000 about half as much as the territory of New Mexico Is worth El Paso Is Democratic and the countys inclusion In the new state might make it of that complexion politically Buys Dr Newsoms Office Miss Evelyn Hicks has bought the lot and building belonging to the New sum estate on Main street Miss Hicks will improve the place and make a oretty millinery parlor of it next spring Fiftyeight years the late Dr Newsotn had his office on this street and owned several lots told buildings there before the fire Not Then Bacon I see n patent has been granted for an attachment to rocking chairs to operate a fan to cool the occupantsEghertAnd when a man goes Into the dark room and stubs his toe against the rocker we do not think the new attachment will cool him off any Yonkers Statesman The Common Notion Whats your Idea of success Getting 50 for a nickels worth of work 9w6kicL Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound We can furnish positive proof that it has made manyremarkable cures after all other means had failed Women who are suffering with some form of female illness should consider this As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial letters We guarantee they are genuine and honest state t ments of facts Cresson PaFive years ago I haul a bad fall and hurt myself inwardly I was under a doctors care for iilno weeks and when I stopped I grew worse again I sent for a bottle of Lydia 33 Piiikhams Vegetable Compound took It as directed and now I am a stout hearty wonumlUrs Ella E Allay Cresson Pa Baird BaskA year ago I was sick with kidney and Madder troubles lull female weakness The doctors gave mo tip All they could do was to just let mo go as easily as possible I was advised by friends to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound tutu Blood Purifier I am completely cured of my ills and I am nearly sixty years oldDirs Sarah Leighton llaird Wash- Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the derangements of the female organism which breed all kinds of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not cure are the very disorders that give way to Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Women who are afflicted with similar troubles after reading two such letters as the above should be encouraged + a remedyaIN t For 30 yoars Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has been tho standard remedy for female ills No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine Ii Made exclusively from roots and herbs and has thousands of cures to its credit 4i Mrs Pinkham Invites all sick women haslt Address Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass r I dii ONLY ONE NAME 1 HES JUST TIFF Embarrassing Sometimes but Owner Is Satisfied PARENTS CAUSED OMISSION I Left Choico of Superfluous Cognome to Son Who Let It Go at ThatElec tion Judges and Bank Clerks Obsti nato at First and Clerks Always but Hes Still Tifft Nothing Else Tuft huts his full uauie not Jollu J Tlfft nor Uoratlo Q Tlfft nor Peter X Tlfft nor yet Myqua SL Patrlc Tlfft just run If you dont bellev It you are at perfect liberty to go down to tile New York Produce Exchange ask the starter how you get to the offices In the tower und come face to face with a sign which rends pox Shooks E n Tint A H Tuft Tuft For twellt fie years the genera public has been unacquainted with tho fact that there Is a person in New York who owns no Initials first limn or addendum to his name In tho reoI cent rule of IEngland k was not un common to SIC olllclal statements ema noting from Buckingham palace signed Knollys pronounced olesbut that was not because he didnt own nn antepcnultal syllable It was attributable to the European custom It happened this way said Tuft My father thought that perhaps I wouldnt like the name that he gav0 me my mother thought that perhaps I wouldnt like the name she gave me and so they decided to leave It to uu until I got oIU enough to choose one for myself Always Merely Tifft WeB It wont along nod I found that I was not exactly endowed as other persons The boys at school wanted to know what my name was and I told them Tlfft If they wanted to know anything about my first name 1 told them Tifft That was all there was to It and so what do you suppose they called mo You guessed right the first time Tifft Just that and nothing more And so his childhood passed Once in awhile some overInsistent companion wanted to know just why It was that there was no first name and after awhile Mr Tuft began an swering by Vhyslcal prowess But as a rule there were few queries Such Ithings spread And thou it carne to the time when he would have to vote lIe and his father who WitS one of the original members of the shook firm went to the family counsel and asked him what about It The lawyer looked up everything that Ihind happened in that line since the common law was writ ten and discovered that the only case of a one named mnn was a ragpicker In Boston That person seemed to be able to struggle along without much troubl rind without anything like pollee inter forenco and so Mr Tuft thought he would risk It IIe lives In Brooklyn and he found that in his townas It then was and in Now York there were only four or five Tufts and all jf theta were cousins and he didnt think they would do anything dlsn recable about It That Way TooI IVotes Tifft went to vote the lispcctors of election wanted to know that about It He told them that it was just Tlfft and there wasnt any use in arguUig It got by Pretty soon Tlfft got far enough long in the world to start q bank ac aunt The receiving teller took n good ook at him when he shot through u ample of his sl nature and wanted to now why he was so stingy with the nk But by the time a couple of ihccks lad come home without a murmur tthe teller allowed that it must bell right And right at this minute rifft has two bank accounts both of vhlch he opened with tho one word 1lfftNow there are two young TUrfs and the odd part of It is that both of them lave perfectly good front names The ten of a Junior Tlfft or of a Tifft 2d lldnt look good to him and besides It lldnt look good to Mrs Tlfft which Is uore important Be It said for those who havent a llctlonury handy that shooks painted on Tlffts door are the parts of a boy lis sides and its tpp and bottom be ore it is assembled Help Wanted by Epicure In a paper published in St Germain ranee there recently appeared this dvcrtlsement Gentleman single great lover of calfs head but unable to obtain less than a whole one which It is impossible for him to consume by ilraself desires to find one or more issoclatcs who would share a calfs lead with him three times a week Spain Invents Grape Cask There has been invented in Spain n cylindrical barrel for grapes divided Into four sections to ventilate the cOQ ents and prevent them from being rushed ALABAMA Population 1910 2138088 Increase 189 per cent Population 1900 1828007 Population I860 v l U01 I i r r t MANY MENJ WANT TO SPEND Kansas AntlTluhtwad Club Members Offered Marriage The sums of dn AntlTlglitwn club uigunlml by twentytwo girls or Sylvia Kan may cause the organ rations disruption Because of the notoriety given to the members alld the largo nmnlirrnf letters received by them the parents of some have de mumleil that they resign nut two o the number already have left tho or gatilzatlon Tho members of the club have plcdj cd themselves to go with no ouug men except those who were llben I with their money Within the Inst few weeks more than a hundred letters have been received by tho young we menMiss Penrl Draper received forty le tern among which IsI one from n youn man In Kansas City proposing mm ringer This writer says he npprnv of the organization and also tells fw president he has sufficient Income t live up to her Idea as to what a mtn should spend One Kansas City nu wrote u letter to every member but only one man sun nioned courage to disapprove of the action of the club Five of the letter were from New York city one from Trenton N J and one from Galvof ton Vex lent fle young men signed thel nnmes to the rules of the Tlghtwai club of Manhattan Kan which ever Sent to Miss Draper and n letter tOm a girls club of Kansas City declared that a similar organization lend beet formed there a short time ago CORRESPOND ON FREIGHT CAR Clerks Have New Reciprocal Schem For Postcards Some of the clerks employed in ia big manufacturing office on the lower end of Stnteii IslandNew York bav instituted a new fad that of corre spondence by freight car Upon the sides of cars that come Into the yard of the companyand almost every rail road In the country Is represented 1by the legends on the cars the clerks write their names and addresses Not long after one string of can leaves the yards picture postcards be gin to come In from small towns nil over the country and even In Canada addressed to those whose names were scrawled In chalk on the sides of the empties The Staton Island clerks In turn send postcards to every address they find on tho freight cars and so the endless chain lengthens FLORIDA Population 1010 751139 Increase 41 per cent Population 1900 628542 Population 18901J1422B- ad Combinations RamboI have a pull of glasses at tome that make me see double llald tvlnYos Ive seen you using thorn lOne Is a boor mug land the other is a vlilskvI liimlilorClilcaco Tribune They CenturyL I a- IN 191- 1THELIFEOFI MARTINI LUTHERi A great biographyvivid dramatic readable Illus trated Robert Hichenssr H THE DWELLERON THE THRESHOLD- h h powerful new novel by tho author of Tho Gar don ofAllaltih theme psychicalresearch A rich andvaried feast of good things for readers of The CenturyIN Send for Prospectus to THE CENTURY CO UNION SQUARE b NEW YORK sus It a Cured f Back i J For twentynine years have been at intervals great sufferer from rheumatism During that time no many pIIons of the various kinds of lini ments and oils have with but little relief Recently tit mbdhl less IWtsconmc tried Sloan ut Liniment and used it with such satisfactory results that sept for two large bottles and I have up to this time used about half 50 cent bottle with splendid successJAMES HYDE Beebe White County Ark Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes MR JAMES E ALEXANDER of North Harpswell Me writes am horseshoer and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve had it so bad one night when sitting in my chair that had to jump on my feet to get relief I at once yourSLOANS LINIMENTj jto the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy think it is the best of all Liniments Sloans Liniment does not need any rubbing Its a powerful penetrant Try it for Rheumatism Sciaticai i Sprains Chest Pains and Sore Throat It gives almost instant relief Price 25c GOc and 100 at All Dealers Send for Sloan free nook horses address DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS r O You Read The Blue Grass D Farmer Edition of The Lexington Herald This is the regular Monday morning news editioh containing in addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news portun nor to the funning interests of the Blue Grass section of Kentucky HO Specia Rate to tiMi 00aJUU January x 1912 More than fourteen months of good news am iurni paper combined for the above small amount Order now ana get advantage of tho full time THE LEXINGTON HERALD LEXINGTON Incorporated KENTUCKY L UI Subscribe Now rMfIWVfyCOL H J GORSUCH I General Auctioneer IIhvingtolt Kentucky to cry your sale no matter where or what kind None none too small to receive careful attention work for IIWant from the day book your sale Write or phone me for early guaranteed dates 15 years experience Terms reason 1t- rliLwuu Anything to Sell l yib I II I III a I I usedand o I lr I s I a 10 70 I a I I on III I a I I 1 At1thenT H BOWMER President AB SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGIITFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 88 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on dtnjiiud Never scaled a check An absolutely Sate Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimelDeposlts t r DlRECTORSIt A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W Hr Bowmt 1 Jno 0 JatQ efO T Skillman A R Fisher Ifrt t Qc DH p4fi S 4 11 1rr j BUILDING OF ROADSrt Suggestions For the Treatment of Rural Highways NO PATCHWORK WHATSOEVER 4 1 I t The Work to Be Done In Sections A v Mile Should Be Carefully Finished In t Its EntiretyHow the Roadway Ought to Be Cared For y I + yflow good roads should be made and if how they should be cured for is tersely described In the Iowa Homestead by an enthusiast who says frIn the first place there should bo no patchwork rondmnklng having for its i object only to mako ono particular spot passable Road work should be donoi rIIn sections For Instance a mile of t road should be taken and completed In if Its entirety Every inch of It should venit6 I ono mile ot road in every ten Is safe or free from some dangerous trap to s cause trouble to careless drivers or t those not given to close observation of X tho roadways They should be made F so that a child might safely drive overt them it Beginning 1 would establish a rea yjaonablo grade qo that no steep hills ifremain when tho work is finished I i make over the entire width of j the road from fence to fence I would mako the actual roadway of usual j width with oniy rise enough in the center to shed rain From tho gutter at the side of this roadway I would make a smooth and even grade to Gee fence line Then 1 would compel the property owners along the road to keep the roadside well set In grass and to mow and care for It just as they do their meadows No deep unsjlfjbtlj and dangerous gullies would be permitted and the man who scraped a 1lot of grass weeds clods and trash Into the center of the road should at once be condemned to penal servitude for life Capital punishment would be too good for the one who scoured his plow in the road The road worker who plowed up a stretch of road late In the fall and left It to mellow up until spring should be banished to roadless Sibe- rIa A plow has no place In any road that has once been properly made The care of a road made according to my plan would be only that of going over it occasionally with a drag The e occasion for the use of tho drag how ever should be from the viewpoint of the need of the road and not the con venlence of the operator of tho drag No man would be permitted to drive a drag over a road unless be were a licensed graduate of a roadmaklng school A road drag is a dangerous thing for the road in the hands of a man who docs not have sense enough to use It i would build a complete and effec tive driilniiirt system lto nthI tart 01 the wniii Hint llnd Ito 11111 the road not n jrmjwwwk one but yin planned liy n dniliw i oiujlneer who Utiiw how I would makp culverts and bridges the width of the road No small cut verts should be built They invaria bly fill tip and remain n damage A good big concrete bridge is the safest and cheapest that can be made Commissioners Sale Breckertridye Circuit Court Ken tucky Oloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co Plaintiff Against Widow and Heirs of J E Keys Dc fendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridtfe Circuit Court rendered at October term thereof 1010 in the above cause for the sum of IxOO with Interestfrom November 1 10 15 until paid and also the further sum of 8138 78 with interest from No vember 19 1008 until paid subject to the following credits Sept 10 190b UfirNov 10 1908 4 Dec 10 1908 4 June 16i lOOg fl1 Feb 16 190914 March 15 gOO 84 Abril 15i 1909 J4 May 15 lOOg 4 and all costs herein I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the CourtHouse door In Hardlnsburg to the highest bidder at Public Auction 01 Monday the 28th day of November 1010 at one oclock p m or there about being County Court day upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towlt Lot No 40 In Ureckinrldgo Addition to the City of Cloverport Ky having a frontage of 64 feet on front or First street and running back between parallel lines S 13 E 165 forming an oblong square 04 by 10s feet bounded on the North by Front and First street on the East by lot No 30 on the South by an alley and on the West by lot No 41 being a part of the conveyance to the grantors hereof by Ernest A Read and Jane Read his wife John Wm Brlgstock and Emma May Brigstock his wife by deod dated 14th day of July 1905 Recorded In deed book No 86 page 440 Brecklnndge County Clerks office Said property not heing susceptible of division the same to be sold as a whole Tho purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond boar ing legal interest from the day of salo until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Approximated debt Interest and cost 44603 LEE WALLS Commissioner CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears 11- 0afgnaturo of Couldnt Come Back Enoch Arden crept softly up to the window and peered in The former Mrs Arden sat talking ternly to Epochs successor Do as you like she was saying But remember this its just as I told Enoch when he got to thinking he was boss of tho house You may go away but you cant come back Fortunately Mr Tennyson learned of the Incident before the eminent lit erati of the prize ring got to it 0001QO QOGjEt=101 1 i Notice to L TaxO Q Payersg0 0 Ior one of my Deputy Sheriffs will be at the following places and dates Vanzant Wedndy Nov 16 r Rockvale Thurs Nov 17 Glen Dean Friday Nov 18 cDaniels Saturdy Nov 19 0 y The penalty goes on December 1st This Q owill be my last trip to these places If you 0 O meetOQQ- to ilo advertise everybody who does not pay by = December 1st- nn Yours respectfully r DENNIE SHEERAN Sheriff of Breckiiuidge County o o o 11jl J tl art b tY Dry Your Clothes on a Wet Washday With a New Perfection Oil Heater in Perfection quickly not washing It gives lust as much heat as you desire It is odorless and smokeless It has an automaticlocking flame spreader prevents wick from being high to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so the can be quickly Burner body or cannot because of a new device in construction and can always be easily for rewicking indicator shows the amount of oil in the font Fillercap does need to be down but is put in like a in a bottle and is attached to font chain in or nickel strong and durable wellmade service and yet light and ornamental It has cool handle and a damper top Dtaltrs EutiywJitrt If not yours for dtsertptfot circular to tht nearest ogtncy of tht Standard Oil Company Incorporated STEPHENSPORTHeld Rev Shepherd of Irvington deliv ered two very Interesting sermons at the Baptist church Sunday Mrs G W Payne and son Gorden spent a few days last week in Louis ville Mrs Ollie Lay Is here for a short time and will then return to New Al bany to be with her daughter Mrs Sam Reynolds and Mrs E H Miller have returned from a weeks visit with their daughter Mrs F C Ferry at Lou isvilleMrs R A Smith has returned from a visit in Hardinsburg Mrs tames Bottle and little son of Louisville are guests of her sister Mrs Dr P H Nevitt Mrs Emma Lacy of Pembroke is the guest cf her parents and Mrs H S English Miss Bertha Smith of Clover Creek has a position in G W Paynes store Miss Pauline Moorman and aunt Mrs M L Roberts are visiting In YelvingtonWm left last week for Union town to spend the winter with his daughter Mrs James Buchanan Mrs Rosa Bennett left Saturday for New Harmony to spend a few days and will then go to Denver Col to visit her brother Mrs Sallie Bennett spent a few days in Cloverport last week If the best is not too good you Lowlsport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use A specific for plluDr Thomas Kc lectlc Oil strongest cheapest liniment ever devised A household remedy iin America for 25 years Honor Roil County High School The second month closing October 28 shows an Increased attendanc- and in work over month The roll of houor contains names of those whose dally class wor and exnmination at end of month av eraged 90 or more By grades the roll contains the following names Grade IJohn Watlington Pauline ComptonGrade IIMinnie Whitfield Grade IIIMary Walker Kathleen MillerGrade IVMlle D Beard Georgia M Baswell Lucy M Whitworth Grade VNone Grade VIFannle Lee Brown Mary Helen Whitworth Guy Elder Grade VIIRobert Haswell Grade VIII Zeno Miller Sarah D Moorman Margaret Peyton Grade IX or fllrst year H SEliza Miller Clara D Whitworth Carrie Walls Robert Curtis Grade X second yearRuth Kinch Ruth Chambllss Grade XI third year Judith Beard Annie Lewis Whitworth Take Notice All City and Schooll Taxes must be paid before December 1 Re member that date will add the uenaylt and cost Call at tke otllce in the rear of the Cloverport Bank and got your receipts Chas May Sr City and School Tax Collector Gfeidrn cry FOR FLErCNE S- CASTQRIA k- sr w J cg O When clothes cant be hung outside and must be dried a room or cellar the New Oil Heater does the work of sun and air You can hang up the wet clothes light your Perfec tion Oil Heater open the damper quicklydriesDo put off to await a sunny day in order to avoid anydayISMOKELESS Absolutely smokeless and odorless I safe which the turned enough wick cleaned gallery become wedged unscrewed An not screwed cork the bya Finished japan built for a at write Mr Mr for improvement eloe 1010 What A Famous Editor Says The editor ot the Taylur Trotwo3d Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words You ask me to notify you if I saw no opportunity for a safe invest ment I have it for you I never knew until now what a gooi opportunity for a money making investment this maga zine afforded You ak me to lit you In on the ground floor and I am doing- so This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stockholder anda Life Subscriber to the TaylorTrotwood Magazine One snare of stock per value 1000 and a perpetual subscription to the magazine both for 10 Let us have your order now This opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotvood Publish ug Co Nashville Teun somewhatI have but Roans Regulets gave just the result de I sired They act mildly dud regulate the I bowels perfectly George B Krause fI06 Walnut Ave Altoona P- aMcGAVOCKS Held over from last week Mrs Sallie Knight and son Goebel visited her daughter Mrs Mary Gist of Patesvllle Wednesday I Miss Nora Bcatty and brother Joy visited relatives at Roseville Saturday and Sunday and attended the Sunday School Convention i I Mr and Mrs John Pate and chil dren of Pisgah spent the week end here the guests of her patents Mr and Mrs Chas Simmons School is progressing nicely hereI with Mss Halite Beatty as teacher Several from here attended church at Mt Vernon the fourth Sundy i I I IIf the best is not too good for you I youIoughti SayskgoodforI i jJeoIeDykstra a trained nurse I BeHinghamWash I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women It makes them feel like new persons re lieves their pain and reg ulates womanly troubles Both my daughter and I received great benefit k8CARDUII The Womans Tonic As a medicine for fe male trouble no medi cine you can get has the old established reputation that Cardu has Fifty 50 years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest ofal1 teststhe test of TIME As a tonic for weak wo men Cardui is the best because it is a womans tonic Pure gentle safe re liable Try Cardui tie 4 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 M7 I H3 Ml 10461042 144 I 148DallyII STATIONS Dilly I Dally I Dilly Dally I Dally Dally DaJI ID 21pm 4 40pm II 40uni LvLOUISVILLti Ar 7 ID urn 1260m140pmn 4b3 STRAwlEtclrYf1 95 II1HUU1W Iia 23 r5 OJ f9011 MEDOItA ftt 43 f2 13 f7 W n r3 It fI UL STITJM fJ a0 12 U7 f7 02 x317 IA1IIRYNr12o41001 5 21f99 21 WEST iUINTa 29 Pd 01 050 fil 23 IIUWAItl fll8m fl64f5 31 f9 30 HAKTLKS fll 60 f04 t 34 HOOK UAVhN fit 43 fit 4t f s5i5i5ifA 40 LUNG 1IKANOU fll 37 IG33 49 h 29 0 25 1 M 21 It 111 008 flOOl 1H OOS 1043 015125 10 13 05 001 10 31 10191y- MENEIJtie57 til1 In SI flO 27 LOUI BURG flO 48 f53l W40 MYSliOn fie 41 fll 51 flO 37 SAMPLE MO 87 f5 22 058 1044 STElHENSiOUT 1027 614 f703 flO 48 ADDISON flO 22 f5 10 1704 flO 50 HOLT no m fsos 0 ll m 11 SO 7 15 11 00 IlJLOVEltIOItT 4 57 10 or 4 57 815 SIlOlS tG 12 I ti 33n 1SICIlIlIAN tll 53 f80 76IInttl1131ftl40114 t3 IY WAITMAN fll 17 f7 2J ISt103Y DUTCH 713 1235ira 835 liiOpmOWEN5DO1tO3 50 fS 45 346 IS M 8 40 CONWAY f17f849 MATTINOLV fOMIt131 tiKi GRIFFITH I 37- f373 f3 57 f2 27 TANLY t8 28 6 34 1140 to 03 NEWMAN f815 ftt 8 11ti f 8aa18 SPOTTSVILLE 758 f311 It 11 24 HA8KETT 762 f307 8 Oi 823 1 30 9 42 1 11 HENDERSON 3 00 7 39 2 55 5 55pm 30740am74opm tlf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains L0 NOr STOP StLouis J man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport l No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharffcjpassengers front West of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvln ton and Fordsvllle Last Bound Second Class IsL Class 1st Class Second Clues 9 7 113 112 8 10 PassenSTATIONS MixedDallyetSunday k 1110pf6l C709 555 sll35 Garfield s938s2 57 10 30 f720 607 M140- U Warned f920 f237 1015 Si 23 19 sll4 Junction s922 s2 25 8734 610 1154cm Hardinsburg 5917s210s141 027 1201pm Junction 911 8200 1010 f750 637 fl20S KirkIt 03 CI45 1001 1757 045 1215 McQuady t8 50 f 1 20 9 04 s3 I9 05g sl227 Olendeane s8 45 si 00 s810 71m 91286 Dempster s8 36s1245 943 936f83931f80 f842 730 f12 50 Oaksf8 is f2 13 U 23 tM 49 7 36 d 1 p m Ellmltcli sb 15 d205 9 15 855pm 75U Fordsville 1201pm 9 10 3 to HARLINCTTON c 45I t BOONBetween Dempster and Falls of Rough Jo II SewClassI u This Tlmo Table went TT 17 r31 27 25 24 26 32Into einwt Sunday JunoMixed Passenger Passenger 111 1010 at 1159 p m Passenger Passenger Mixed MondaylvednsdyDally l I rldyOnlyI I I IiumInsnnlSCOmI Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business t If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yo are looking fore recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business i It you want cash for your property send price and description ut once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick aiea Jno D Babbage CO en 07 acres 3H miles north of Hard1P5f Insburu near the Itrandonburg road Wen watered 1plenty of timber for ImprovemoQts Uoublu Lot house small stable Good rich lund fine for Iljrloy to bacco Terms easy For further Informa Uon wrlteJno D Ul1bbuRe Oloverport Ry 3 300 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 4 3 miles from Irvlneton well watered clays well Rood younlforclmrd Rood yardstropdwelling with kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tenant houso and cis torn back Is tho field meat and lion house wood sited i will noil on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dubbage Oloverport Ky CO 000 For 18 acres four mlleswostof t J Olondeane 3 miles from branch cultivation corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell leg log dwelling 3 rooms and sloe roomi good stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty ot good timber tor farm purposes good land to clear Price 10001 cash- FOIL SALEA farm containing 250 acres and under fence A nice cottage cf five 15 rooms two walled collar with u store room over Itrtwo Rood stock barnat one tenant house about SW apple and poach trees also pears quinces most nil kinds of small fruits Including u nice vInyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods 1Y5 acres In grass j soveru groves of black locust sufllclont for posts twlro the whole farm In It lies near Kkroc on L U St L U It price Is 500i n long and easy payments FOIL SALE A splendid stand for a druggist physician In u Rood town surrounded by Rood prosperous tarmors This Is just the place tor sown young physician to step Into a good practice and u good drug busUtesa An old established physician wants to rettre- Mars addressI Rollin 0 BA6I AGE r- Uluva port Ky t I AVJ3y u over tried to sell your old I clothes The only way you can sell them is to talk about them show them and keep after the parson until you got the money in your pocketbook Its the same way with everything elseyou have to talk about it before you can sell itand the best way to be heard is through the home papor Put an ad in the k want column at Ic a word an ad in the locals at lOc a line and you will sell that old stove that baby buggyor gasoline en gine This can be done through THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS MS- ti L r I 4r fIr A p iiII l I I I 11 h IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Mrs V A Bates and children who have been visiting in Henderson for two weeks stopped off hero Tues day and were the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Herndon on their way to LouisvilleLittle Ruby Hnynes Hook who has been ill Isi sitting up now and re ceiving her friends Miss Ellen Munford gave a six oclock dinner Tuesday evening at her home on the Heights The table decorations were in the fall flowers and covers were laid for the following Misses Evelyn Herndon May Tydings and Mary Wrather Messrs Jno Trice Waller and Mr Walter Trice of Hopklnsville Mrs F C Sadenwater who has been visiting her parents in Mattoon 111 for the past two weeks returned home Saturday Born to the wife of Owen Dowell Nov 14 a little girl Misses Willa Drury Claire Jolly Mabel McGlothlan and Mr Walter Harrison composed a house party ntii the home of Mrs D C Herndon last week On Thursday evening Mrs Herndon entertained most delightfully for her guests Dancing was the spec ial feature of the evening Those pre sent were Miss Jessie Brady Nellie Smith Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Claire Jolly and Willa Drury Messrs I Johnnie Johnston Robert Lyons Walter HarrisonHarvey Hart Hershal Kirk Jasper Head and Dr Hillary Boone and Mr and Mrs Louis H JollyMiss Bertha Morgan of Elizabeth c town came Friday to be the guest orII Miss Beulah Mudd Miss Mav Tydings of Louisville j came Sunday to be the maid of honor at the wedding of Miss Evelyn Hern don and Mr John Waller which takes place today at the Baptist church Byron Henninger has quit the rail road and accepted a position at the Black Smith shop to do general work Dock Chapin who has been in Lou isville at the St Joseph Infirmary has been removed to his home here in the cityMrs Chas Pate of Hawesville and Mrs P E Dempster of Glen Dean were the guests of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons last week The wedding of Miss Evelyn Hern- don and Mr John Waller of Hopkins vine will be solemnized today at 10 oclock at the Baptist church No In vitations have been issued the friends being expected to attend Miss Mabel Bandv entertained with a informal party Thursday with a view to organizing the Rook Club for the win ter They had twenty guests pesent and the next meeting will be on Friday evening with Miss Myrtle Lyddan I3 W Bandy has returned from quite an extended trip West and was accom panied home by his sister Mrs Sally Hudson of Roosevelt Okla who wll visit relatives and friends here A movement is on foot here which if it succeeds Irvington will soon have lights Prof Dan Shacklett represent l ing the King Lighting Co Peoria ILL has Installed one gasoline light here for a mouths trial and If satisfactory the city expects to purchase eight Mrs Lydia Bandy has returned from Louisville where she visited her sister Mrs Tom Dowell M WCNI I vsvsOtOt O Suits to buy Gout suit as my stock and you can find nil IIyournew things in suits all linings that arc guaranteed for two seasons I prices 1 I1500I 81 i I 1 i l 1 Ladies Cloaks all going at reduced prices Come quick and get the pickof them before they IskinI Mrs LaRue Cox and sister Mrs Newsom Gardner have returned afte spending the day In Louisville shop ingMiss Maud Smith who was the gues of Mrs J B Herndon returned to Hardinsburg Saturday In the fast six months there have been three new additions opened up Lithe city and houses have been going uj in these as fast as they could be erect ed In Bandy court over 120 lots an going to be sold at public auction to day beginning at eleven oclock HL Ingleheart of Elizabethtown and D W Henry are the lucky auctioneers and this will be another great day foi IrvingtonMiss B McGlothlan of Louisville came yesterday to be the guest of rela tives and friends for a few days Miss Reba Lewis of Fordsvllle Is spending the week as the guest of Miss Nellie Smith Miss Evelon Herndon was the hostess it a luncheon given Sunday for her visitors Miss May Tydings of Louisville and Miss Mary Wrather of ChicagoIf best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you oughtto use Mrs Jas Witt and children of Hard nsburg were the guests of her sister Mrs A 0 Marshall for a few days last reek C L Chamberlain has returned from iouston Texas where he has been re uperating after an illness While here he was the guest of Mr and Mrs id Montgomery- Mrs L B Moreman has returned rom Louisville where she went shopping Mr and Mrs W1J Lane of Buffalo re the guests of Mr and Mrs T N IcGlotblan Rev and Mrs J T Lewis of Fords llle came Monday to visit Dr and Irs L B Moremen until after the wedding on Wednesday Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan were at home Tuesday evening to a umber of their friends Their guests ncluded Misses Nellie Smith Willa Irury Claire Jolly and Jessie Brady lessrs Herschel Kirk Oscar Dickey Jasper Head Harvey Hart Dr Hilary Boone and Walter Harrison Mr and Mrs Charles Waggoner of ewisport were the guests of friends isl week Mrs Letitia Chapin of Chattanooga Tenn who has been visiting her cous ies Mrs Frank Waggoner and Mrs Luther Wilson left for her home on friday IMrs Mary Coleman will return to ouisville this week where she will pend the winter with her daughter Mrs Will Cain Mrs Mary Coleman will return to Louisville this week where she will pend the winter with her daughter Mrs Will Cain Mrs Hazel Richardson of near Brandenburg entered the Irvington College for the year The Girls Club will meet on Tuesday vening Nov 22 at the home of the Pisses Bandy Mr and Mrs Chas Waggoner of rewisport were the guests of friends Ini town Tuesday Hats Nice line of Hats greatly reduced prices what you will have elsewhere lain also agent for Edi sun Phonographs and Rec ords Why not try one for Come in seo the Machines and hear the New Records played m E g1 Guns Gunsm AND AfVIUfVITIOrM CtThe season will soon be open The finest and best guns oft the ffiJ1market at the and best prices Come in and see our stock ti We carry L C Remington and a number of other hammer less guns Also double and single hammer guns Full and complete linecome and see us before you buy Huntingcoats caps and leggins I IdD ASHCRAFT Irvington Ky I u HARDINSBURG Marriage licenses Everett D Frank 23 of Mattingly and Lila Bur dett 22 of Mattingly Erby Kinnison 32 Custer and Nancy Carman 23 Custer Steve Hair 10 of Constantine and Mattie Smallwood 21 of Constan tine Pleasant M Heath 07 of Mat tingly and Julia Brown 45 of Han cock county Jule B Jackson of Tarfork is the only trustee who came to the spelling He came with the teacher at Hickory Lick Thomas Glass a young man who was not afraid to spell in contest for the county championship Prof and Mrs C A Tanner and son of Cloverport were guests of Mr and Mrs Pile Saturday Mrs Thomas Curtis of Glendeane was the guest of Mrs Gus SheHman Friday and Saturday Miss Maude Smith was the guest of Miss Eva Herndon of Irvington Sat urdayAt spelling Friday night for the county championship Miss Eula Rob erts of Sample won the first prize a handsome gold medal given by Her bert M Beard The second best was Miss Irene McCoy of Stephensport who won the prize given by Supt Driskell The proceeds were 20 for library purposes- If the best is not too good for you Lenisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Mrs R F McGary is visiting her daughter Mrs Lewis of Centertown Supt Driskell was busy Saturday checking out 462034 the second months salary for teachers The check was received Saturday at noon from Frankfort Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs Mortis H Beard a few days last week Scott Proctor of Leitchfield was here on business Saturday Prof Wm Martin of Irvington was In town Saturday A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church Monday night T C Lewis Is In Cincinnati making ills Christmas purchases of fine jewelry and other holiday goods Mrs T C Lewis is visiting her son Wave Lewis at Continental Ohio lino of Ladies and and Un derwear lowest prices with good Ladies All the new things Also Belt and Pins Full line in both Staple and lJt jCL EVERY FARMERAs wollas every man skould have n bank account WHYI 1 I t I Your money safer the than else Paying your chuck is the and most method Your becomes it pays you better business men bank your credit bank account teaches and save s This does all the Your bank is of your business 110 those with an Old Bank we our services of Hardinsburg Co Hardinsburg Ky IIThe Wade Pile of Mook was here Sun day Mrs Pile wont on to Frymire to visit her sister Miss Mollie Moorman of Glen Dean was the guest of Miss Hannah Beard Saturday and Sunday Miss Hook returned from visit of few days to Louis villeSamuel L Hook of Louisville is spending several weeks with his moth er Mrs Annie C Hook Dr Fellows of Louisville is preach ing some fine sermons the M E church where there is series of meetings There have been several to the church Good crowds are in attendance and the meetings will continue through this week Try Our Want Friends Of The News Please find enclosed my check Pa- lfor which renew Mrs L M to your good paper for year Willie Robards Clarksdale Miss 000 Enclosed find dollar Send me the News one years and oblige cant be without the good old NewsSue E Wedding Cannelton Ind 000 dollar to renew my paper Would miss it very much did it not come to me each week With best wishes for prosperous year am cerely Mrs C H McMullen Sr select will all the maker worth worth 750 pants great worth Mens Childrens consistent chandise Neckwear Collar Groceries Sunday Column Caps Mens Hats and Caps to them as I havo a nice line and you on Goods Poplins colors also and check Goods Black Blue and Gray is v bills simplest convenient chuck a fortho debt tgives a with strengthens A helps encourages you bank bookkeeping book a record desiring flanking Connections Established extend Bank Trust Eloise a a at a additions Pays Robards I I a I boys money Panama 42inches wide yard Wool ches yard Wool Black Dress fine quality inches wide waists and yard Nice patterns colors silk wide 1 Satins Black to yard DOUBT DISAPPEARS r a One Cloverport Who A Bad Back Can Ignore This Double Proof Have you suspected Kidneys Backache is kidney With it dizzy spells Sleepless nights tired days Distressing urinary disorders kidneys to cureit all Doans Kidney bring quick liefBring thorough lasting cures Thats what Cloverport sufferers Profit by anothers testimony Twicetold and G W Waddell M D Main Cross streets Elizabethtown Ky I publicly recommend Doans Kidney some years of many causes where they had with possible results and confidence in them during tout years shaken in the It seem rather out of ordinary for a practicing physician to mend a proprietary medicine I there are only a few re medies are worthy of I prescribed Kidney often and know of many perma cures resulted their use I do not hesitate to advise suffer kidney com plaint in any of various forms to jJtJ dWtJA NJarJ1hf tAtv JiUaAWJWW Mens and Boys Clothing I3line of Clothing from that astonish you Ask see the Kirschbaum Suits guaranteed by be absolutely allwool 2250 S tsJ750 20S 10aiBig Tat suits Suits lknee suits at 1 lot knee pants 510 at S750 500Boys ly reduced prices 50c and vat 3Sc Ladles Trimmed readytowear at to to pay Christmas and lowest Smith barrel Is Underwear- Big at mer Neckwear in Ladies Fancy business Because for subscription sin prices Oats and Do forget see can save thorn Dress in all stamped at yardWoolen in bank anywhere by voucher It standing Money in the to It one one send one at at 50c per All Serge 36in wide at 50c per All Goods nt 1 44 Silks at per new all of 30inohos at in at 1 a No In Has Does your back ever ache ache dull Cure the Pills re want then Well confirmed says ago knowing been used the best my the past has not been least may the and must say that that praise have Doans very 1 that have from persons who from its to to to 90c not for 50c 65c 65c your comes Pills recom Pills nent at Blankets Blankets worth 65eat SOC Blankets worth 90c at 75c Blankets 125 at worth 1 l 00 Blankets worth 125150 at Blankets worth 2 at 150 124 Blankets extra good white only nt198A- llVool Blankets from 350 to 5 per pair give Doans Kidney Pills a trial For sale by all dealers Price sO cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doaus and take no other S For the Best results try News Want Ads Supt Driskell Inspires Colored People The Teachers Association that was held here Saturday Nov 5 from 2 p m to 4 pm on the above date wasof intense interest It was well attended by the teachers patrons and students jThe topics that were assigned to each teacher were discussed with force and accuracySupt DriskeUwas present and open ed every avenue that seemed to be Qb structedAt there was an Educational Meeting held at the church and at 8 p m every seat was filled The audience was almost moved by two songs that was sung by the student body after which there were two able addresses delivered by Prof E W Beard of Hardinsburg and Prof R H C Mitch ell of Brandenburg What was said and done at those two sessions wit cause us to strive after higher ideals Supt Driskell PresiiS E Dean Vice Pres is the I Advertising Keynote I of success ShoesJStar Brand Shoes are j better All solid leather no cut of vamps ask to see the cele brated work shoe stronger 4 a than the law at 300 the best shoo on earth for the money Mens fine shoes in patent leather gun metal W box calf and vioiall the late styles to please both young and old 4 Ladies Shoes i t in buttpn gun metal pat scat leather cravonotteaa tops late styleall thernow styles and lasts in pnt7ont leather gun motal vi IiZ ci in lose ask to see the tl itfQrr ri N IrvinglonII Ky 1fij l 0J y IF I J Q- CIf tit