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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f r 1ktJ 1 rit 4t f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1910 8 Paces NO 20 MR EMBRY DIES After Lingering IllnessWas SixtySeven Years Of Age 1 Had Many Friends Here r Wm Embry died llast Wednesday morning and the funeral was held from their apartment in the Hamman House 011 Chestnut street Mr Embrys deathwas caused from dropsy lIe had been ill a long time Just his wife and a stepdaughter Miss Minnie Snyder survive him Mr Embry was a stone cutter by trade and had lived here f about seventeen years He was wellliked in church and busi ness circles of this city The funeral services were conducted by Rev Mr Farmer pastor of the Baptist church of which the deceased was a member Woodrow Wilson is- Coming to Kentucky Frankfort KY Nov 19Dr Wood row Wilson Governorelect of Ne- wIJersey has written to the Rev Dr Jesse R Ziegler that he will be in Frankfort to attend the cunference of governors Dr Wilson is a friend of Dr Ziegler and will be his guest while he is In Frankfort The attendance at the conference promises to be good The fact that the meeting of the Lakes to the Gulf Deep Waterways Association will bo hold in St Louis i the latter part of next week just before the conference begins here leads the focal committees to believe that many Governors from Western States c will some to KonucUy Some fifteen Governors will attend the meeting in St Louis next Friday and Saturday and most of them will come to Louis = yule on Sunday and to Frankfort Mon day for the conference He Missed the Eclipse Jim Bivens a Cloverport citizen rested quietly in the Hawesville jail Wednesday night the beauties of the moon eclipse being lost to him through Jta still fuller moon which he took on at Cannelton On a modest plea ofguilty he was fined 10 and the costs the next morning he being the first victim caught by the local courts under the new law making it a penalty for drunkenness on a train or about the depot The law was passed at the last session of the Legislature Han cock Clarion Mrs Roff Improving Mrs Wave Roff who has been criti cally ill for several weeks is somewhat I improved arid her many friends are de V lighted to know she is being relieved of intense suffering She has the services of Miss Chesnau the trained nurse and great improvement is expected in her Icondition fJCard of Thanks We desire to sincerely thank our f neighbors and friends for their kind- nessv during our recent sad bereave j Jrment Mrs Embry and Daughter t i r Miss Dutschke Entertains jit Such a feast for young people has 6 never been spread as was given at the R home of Mr Julius Dutschke in hono- rAf his daughter Miss Ida Dutschkei i Sunday Turkey chicken five kinds of cake and ice cream in abundance with llots of other good things to eat were served McCoyILCarrie Pate Ella Smith and MrHendry of Lodlburg i F SHARP REELECTED National President Of American Society Of Equity j x Indianepolis Nov 19Tho election 1 yof officers completed the Important i 1 workof the American Society of Equity IhlehIs meeting in convention here elected followf r President M F Sharp Kentucky t Ireelected j vice president J M Woods If S Ohio director C W Plerson North == TpwtetftjjH G Tank Wisconsin and i Lpufc Lockhart Indiana The secre tatyi4reasurer will be elected by the S dirMtpiy who will meet after the con r j tioa Muljourno L Mtlt FROM BISHOP QUAYLE The Thing For Any Man To Do Finding Himself Anywhere Else Is To Pack ills Grip And Come To America The Christian cause in America was the topic of the Methodist preachers meeting yesterday and the chief speaker was Bishop Quayle who lives when at home which he said was not often in Oklahoma The Bishop said he was a Manxman born- Presiding at a recent conference out West said he one leader was a German another was a Dane a third was a Frenchman and a fourth was an Irishman and I said that having so much good yeast from so many wheres we ought to be able to bake bread enough for the nation good Christlke honest weight bread In spite of all its badness America has become a world spiritual power observed the Bishop and then he ad ded We are not in the business of ranking Methodists desirable products as they are We are making Americans and you cant make a really valuable American unless you make him a Christ man Methodism is merely the workshopSO I was the enthusiasm and so vast the crowd that the conclusion was the singing of America The Oklahoma Bishop a breeze from the West kept the company itf a roar twenty of the twentyfive minutes he had the plattorm Christians must take America in hand and keep it from going to the devil he said When they do so then we must take the whole world America included to Christ Nobody is to blame for having been born in the Island of Man in Germany in Ireland but the thing for any man to do find ing himself there Is to pack his grip and come to America Thomas Jefferson did not write the Declaration of Independence It is a mistake to say he did Jesus Christ wrote it I preached so many times yesterday I cannot remember all the places or all I said But wherever I preach whether in New York or New Mexico I find justfolks New Yorkers put on more style and use more big words than folks do out West but we ought to quit fooling around about our State and our city and their problems and begin to fool with America We ought not to talk Japanese even ifwe were born in Japan qr Spanishese if we were born in Spain but all of us the whole kit ought to learn to speak Americanese The sooner Greeks learn American and speak it the sooner Hun garians do the same the better for them and for us What a race we are making Id like to live 500 years to see what it will do Wouldt it be fun to be mixed up in such a fracas IRaised To One Hundred Dollars Fine The practice of writing on newspapers and packages imparting some infor mation td relatives and friends on papers and parcels mailed themhas become so common with thoughtless and ignorant people that the 10 penel ty of the past has been made 8100 by the postal department and hereafter offenders will have to stand arrest and trial May Lose Both Eyes As Result of Accident Owensboro Ky Nov lSW S Guernsey of Louisville conductor on the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railroad was accidentally shot by Louis Murphy while hunting in Davies county this afternoon and as a result will probably lose the sight of both eyes Guerensy was standing in front of Murphy when the latter fired at a covey of birds The shot struck Cuerensy in the face tie was brought to Owensboro and will be taken to Louisville In the morning whore an operation will be performed The Century In 1911 The Century is to publish in 1011 a series of papers ontiThe Wives of the Caesars by Guglielmo Ferrero prob ably the most distinguished figurelln todayTheof Augustus and all will treat of wo men who were related to the politics and social life of their epochs and who took part in the strife in Rome be tween the old Puritanism and the Oriental civilization j it HERNDONWALLER Wedding Carried Out In Beauti ful Appointments Large Number Of Guests Pre sent Church Wedding Irvington Nov 2ISpeclahAla- rge and fashionable audience filled the Irvington Baptist church to witness the marriage of Miss Evelyn Brashear I WallerII the most beautiful and brilliant wed dings of the season The church was tastefully decorated quantities of palms potted plants and honey suckles were grouped about the pulpit and choir platform and on the organ were large clusters of yellow chrysanthumums The Mandolin Club were seated by u screen of green and potted plants The Rev J T Lewis was the officiating clergyman Mrs Jno R Wimp organist of the church played the wedding music and the selections were particularly beautiful She was assisted by the mandolin Club and the sextetta which composed the following Miss Ellen Munford Mrs L B Moremon Miss Virginia Callo way and Mrs W J Piggott Mr D C Heron and Mr W J Piggott In the bridal procession the Shirt Waist Girls came first and they were Misses Mary Wrather Nannie McGehee Claire Jolly Mabel McGlothlan Villa Drury Reba Lewis Eva McGlothlan and Nellie Smith after which the maid of honor Miss May Tydings and best man Mr Walter Trice preceeded the bride and groomThe ushers were Mr Herschel Kirk and Mr David Herndon The only other attendants were the tibbon children who were charming in their suits of white Miss Helen Hoard and Master Fairleigh Herndon Mr and Mrs Waller left at once for Hopkins yule where they will be with his mother until the first of the year when Ihey will go to houteUoepiritonvTrkinra Ave BANDY COURT Added to Irvin tohOne Hundred Lots Sold Jas S Younger Draws Free LotMoor man and Dicker son Get Cash Prizes Irvington Ky Nov 21Special The second lot sale which has been held in our town within the past month was a success both in attendance and in selling of the lots The Hardinsburg band boys were presentand gave us the latest music The band led the way and a crowd of people estimated at 1000 followed to the Bandy Court where the sale began One hundred lots were sole averag ing about 50 per lot The entire sale was conducted just as advertised The first cash prizes of 5 were drawn by Lewis Bennett Moorman and Mr Dickerson of Custer The second cash prize of 220 was drawn by Miss Eva McGlothlan and Jim Younger of Cloverport was the lucky winner of the free lot Auctioneers J L Engleheart of Elizabethtown Chas Payne of Ow ensboro and D W Henry blew their trumpets Iin the same old way The crowd dispersed well satisfied with the sale and complimented More men Akers in the way things wore carried on A Bird A certain local real estate man has never been intoxicated nor in a state of nearpiflllcation but he has on stock a fund of anecdotes dealing with the vagaries of souses One of these has to do with two good fellows who went ona spree which terminated in their apartment where one of them speedily relapsed Into a state of somnolency While ho was in this condition his waggish friend proceeded to lather his face liberally with glue The practical joker then theInomy of hs sleeping friend Having done this he turned up the gas in the room and himself went to sleep A few wakene1inasta f- r4 0 Q MRS WHEELER Dies Saturday at GarfieldFuneral Held at Rome Sunday Was Nearly 90 Years Old Mrs Rhoda Wheeler died of heart failure and complication of diseases Saturday at the home of her daughter Mrs Ramson Norton of Garfield She was past eightyseven years of age and was a remarkable woman She was born in Perry county in 181M Du ring the last twelve years she lived with her daughter Mrs Wheeler was a Baptist but was reared by Methodist rarentsShe leaves five cnlldreu J J Wheeler North Dakota J C Wheeler Santa Fe Now Mexico Mrs Mattie DeWitt Fort Oalhoon North Dakota Dr F R Wheeler Manlford Okla and Mrs Louise Norton Garfield Be sides her own children she is survived by twentyfive grandchildren and twelve groatgranchildrcn The funeral and interment took place at Rome Ind Sunday It was attended by Mrs Thursa Hall Miss Mollie Gibson Miss Annie Haynes lye Haynes Lon Dutschke Arthur Haynes Finis Johnson Levi Norton Dudley Haynes James Crist and Eu gene Beauchamp Mr and Mrs Ran som Nortou up pnthe edge of the bed to gaze squarely into a mirror With a shriek of horror he burled his face in his arms and collapsed into the bed covering Clln htand bird he shouted In agonized tonerIin hla- nd a bird All Around the Town Louisville Times Work On The Bridge The work on the bridge is progress ing nicely One tube is already set and concreted the other is being put iu and in a few days will be completed Its a big job filling one of these tubes It takes 53 loads of gravel and 200 woks ofcemantav ISiIfk ry tar jgfr i i New Rabbit law Much misapprehension as to the game law passed by the last Legislature has arisen in this county and probably in many other counties especially asJo setting traps and snares for rabbits and other game The act that passed was very brief and is as follows That It shall be unlawful for any one to set a steal trap deadfall or snare or to loose or hunt with a ferret upon the premises or property of another without first securing the written con sent of the owner of the premises or property and any one thus offending shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than oi or more than 25 Having in possession game caught or set out in Section I shall be prima facie evidence of guilt as herein pro vided BIG SPRING Miss Ida Meador is visiting friends at Elisabethtown Mrs Lillie Mao Scott and daughter Miss Mary Elazor spent a few days last week with relatives at Vide Grove J D Meador and son Millward at tended the marriage of Miss Carrie Millward in Louisville Tuesday Mrs Hugh Wright died Friday and was buried at New Salem Rev Scott will preach at tho Baptist church Saturday at III a in and Sun day at 3 p m We regret that the stock law was not voted on in this precinct at the last elec tlonWo are glad that Hardin and Meade have taken the vote and it pass ed Mr and Mrs C H Driiry of Bew leyvllle passed through town Saturday enroute home They had been up in Hardin county for several days They attended the sale Mr Kerfoot near St JohnMiss Jessie Leever of Irvington took dinner at the hotel Friday M G Chancy of Gulfport Miss re presenting the Gold Medal flour called on the merchants Friday Cecil Clarkson spent a few days in Lpuisvillle this week Mrs J H Meador spent last week with Mrs Dolph Richardson near RosettaIf t best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour is the flour you ought to use f r1 LOWERI PRICES OF MEATS Dr Wiley Says Its Merely a De liberate Manipulation of the Market + Washington Nov 10 Dr Harvey W Wiley pure food expert of the Department of Agriculture is pessimistic about the outlook for lower prices in ffood supplies Said he today when questioned in regard to the present fall In the wholesale quotations of beef and other meats The interests which manipulated- the prices upward have temporarily released their hold on our throats for the purpose of getting a fresh grip This socalled reduction in price of meats is merely a deliberate manipu Ilation of the market just as the Increase in prices was unjust unreasonable and uncalled for by conditions prevailing throughout the country TheJ prices were fictitious when they reached the top notch because they were forced to that high level arbitrarily by the interests The alleged reduction also is fictitious because It is not a reduction In fact but mere market manipulation deliberately planned- to meet the selfish ends of the interests who have dominated the markets for yearsIf you do not believe that the so called reduction is fictitious go into the J markets and try to buy a pound of beef Developments will show that the interests are after some one There may be some Independent movement they hope to drive from cover or take Into camp The hands of the interests at our throats simply got tired of hold ing oneThey have relaxed their holding temporarily so that they may get a better and fresher grip Secretary ot Agriculture Wilsou had this to say in regard to the announced reductions by the packers The farmer with cattle on his hands must pay 35 a ton for his hay instead of 311 the price of a year ago and other than da this he issendl5g his attic eb Market This has caused a Hood of cattle in the Chicago market and accounts for the sudden tumble in prices This tumble is abnormaPand will not bo permanent However a plentiful corn crop and plenty of grain will euahle the farmer to feed freely and we should get a lower level of prices Lower prices are certain to come provided that somewhere between the farmer and the consumer there is no combination or agreement to keep the prices up- Philadelphia Nov 10 Wholesale meat dealers declared today that there haa been no d crease in the price of beeand that there would not be any iu the near future Most of them em phasized this declaration by raising the price of beef 50 cents a hundred pounds to the retailers this morning This however did not cause a corresponding increase to the consumers The wholesalers are angry about the statements of the packers that the price of meat is going down saying that it hurt their business while the retailers are sore because their custo mers have demanded lower prices for meat while they have to pay more for It than they did several weeks ago Plttsburg Nov 16The prices of fresl and smoked meats in Pittsburg today began a decline and this evening wore from 10 to 20 per cent lower that yesterday Live hogs today sold in Pittsburg at 785 against 12 a short time ago- Kansas City Nov 10 Declines of 50 cents a hundred pounds Inthe prices of sheep 15 to 25 cents in hogs and 15 to 25 cents In cattle took place at the stockyards today owing to moderately large receipts and general confidence that cheap corn will result in largely increased supplies of fat stock Buyers for the packing houses were Indifferent and bought no more than was needed for current orders Tobacco Crop Sold For A Good Price Owensboro Ky Nov16At a meet ing of the sales committees of the American Society of Equity ol Han cock McLean and Ohio counties held Tuesday evening in this city a deal was closed by which the pooled crop of 1910 for the three counties was sold to the American Tobacco Company Imperial and C E Martin The deal in volves 7000000 pounds and is one of the largest of the year Prices are 9 to j4 for leaf and lugs and 3 for trash If the best Is not to good for yon LeyIsport Best flour is the flour you ought to use 1 I w Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROYALt 3akingII PowderAIsoIute yaa Pare- Highest in LeaveningEfficiency Makes Hot Breads Wholesome I Rates To The Circus Three Dollars from Cloverport to Louisville and return Nov 28 Dec 3 Good to return two days not including date of sale on account of Kosarie Temple Indoor Circus Card of Thanks We thank all our friends and neigh bors for the kindness extended to us at the death and funeral of our mother Mrs Rhoda Wheeler of Garfield The Children p THANKS SERVICE Will Be Held Tomorrow At The Methodist Church At Eleven Oclock Thanksgiving service will be held tomorrow morning at the Methodist church conducted by the Rev Mr Lewis the pastor All the business men of the city are especially invited to be present Gets An Appointment fiO T Odewalt jeweler and opticiani- with Severs Drug Company of this ity r has teen made Railroad Watch J Inspec 0 itor of the Henderson Route Y a 1 h yII ivS + d I I i L DRHJBOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Olllce Main Street KJlHours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p mJJ Ufegjg 3 Clovcrporl Ky Jjj we Ar s+ raMr For Salejj I Tux recoiptsJ1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Pricey range from 1i0 to several hundred dollars 1Call in and get one R O Perkins D St ioo tr 46V m NEW 9 + 1 Livery Stable Stephensport Ky m mNew Rigs New Horses m Open New for the StableII ggIf you have any riding or driving to do or iflYOU want m Feed of any kind we can j1 furnish you m We sill handle Ice alsoi w Your patronage will M MbeVf appreciated m m THOS WtSMITH Propriet- orStephensport Ky Jli 1 1tx7teet3 II + O r + Trained Minds are in demitvl by business men The Spsncerlan course in Book keeping Shortlrind and Account ing has born the nuans bv which 13000 uraduntes are hIl iing responsible position Hundreds are earning over 5000 a year We will send full details regard ing rates unl cinrse to young men anill w men wh will write us Spjnxeriaui ICuimiercial School Union Njtlunil fink Building 6th and Miln Sts LOUISVILLE KY ST NICHOLAS represents the intellectual and esthetic rosourfes of The Century Co applied to the production of a magazine for young people It ha- sFASCINATIJNG SERIAL STORIES of adventure sport and school experience sketches of 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Right Now AN ANGRY MUSICIAN Amusing and Pathetic Story of Can tams Picture Too Latel An amusing and pathetic story 1 II told of Henjumlii Constant firstt pit lure to attract intention II was calls Too Late ami represented 1orlun and Glory visiting an artist Just aa I ht hud breathed his hull The artist wa Ilying on the lied The llgure of Deal stood near the door through wlilci Fortune carrying a box of money utilI Glory bearing laurels had Just en turcd The artist received many loiter from those who hnd seen till palntln One wits written by a professor of inn Kir an old man who expressed In touching words the emotion he hnt felt at the sight of the artists worli He asked Constant to visit und tall to him about Too Lute The Invitation was accepted but UM soon ns the old professor saw the art 1st he uttered an ejaculation of stir prise and anger Why you are quit a youth ho exclaimed I though you were old and like myself IUIII spent your life In vain endcayor to oil tarn recognition of your abilities I conceived that picture to be the IItt despairing cry of a man ns unfortu ante ns 1 am 1 find you are quit young and ypur eyes are full of hope You are a humbug sir and I re+ pie t that you linvo this house Immediatet IIMI A specific for pllnDr Thomas Eclectic Oil strongest cheapest lininieu ever devised A household remedy iin America for 25 years An Office Busincss Only A young anon willedI ar the guess of a Justice of tit peace iiinl with sorai hesitation mule known his business which was to be married The Jus tire replied that he thought he could perform the service and asked If the young man had his license Yes sit the youth replied Well where Is the young lady She shes at her fathers Well bring her here Shed ruttier be married at home squire And you expect me to go there snf marry you Yes sir If you please Young man said the justice this office of mine Is like a department store We sell matches here but wl dont deliver them at the house Youths Companion CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughi Bears tho7ffl Signature of nGt SHOW BOATS FEATURES ON MIDDLE WEST RIVERS Theatrical Folk Gain In Comfort Wha Thoy Loso In Salary Show boats have become an ostab llshcd feature along the rivers of the middle west There Is not a river of lily consequence but what has seen tome of those craft Flip Wabash tit Ciroen the Tennessee the Cumbcrlant and the Hod riven have all been vis Itod by the smaller ones and year by year the class of people who watch the performances becomes more desirable Low class productions would not be tolerated oven If the management should attempt to putt on such a show It Is only another Instance of the sur vival of the fittest Not many of the performers on show boats cure to admit the amount of their weekly pay for It Is seldom large Of course there Is no set scale of wares and there have been a few high salaried people who have put in nil or a tart of a season with 11 floating theater- It Is not by any means the salary which makes such a posltlou popular The enjoyment conies from the complete relaxation from the nervous Uralu which the profession suffers dur ing the summer months on land tours due to excessive heat constant pack iig anti unpacking hurried Journeys In uncomfortable railways anti most trended of nil the necessity of dress- Ing up for the benefit of the public ach day On the floating theater each performer grows to feel that he or she Is at home and may with perfect freedom iffcct the dlshnlillle of n private house Fortunes have boon mode In the show oat Industry anti are still to be made ind there can beno doubt that front Jie performers point of view it Is one of the most pleasant forms of the en ertalnlng business that have ever been devised Chaldean Tablets flit cloy tablets of Chaldea prob ibly the very curliest writing Unite rialIs used by man wore of different iles tint largest being Hat and lueas slug 0 by IIHI Inches while tho small cst were slightly rouvox and In some uses nut more than an much lung In tho same Talus with the tablets have been found the glass lenses which ere used by their renders The writ ng was done while the tablets were 1111 soft by a little Iron tracer not pointed but triangular at the end By slightly pressing this end on tho soft moist clay the Inscriptions were made Che tablets having been Inscribed on roth sides and accurately numbered were baked In ovens and stored uway In the state libraries New York merlcnn CHANGING NOTES OF BIRD Their Calls Vary Decidedly In the Changing Circumstances of Sun shine and Storm One of the abet Interesting feature In the study of bird life Is to note their varying calls In the changing circumstances of sunshine and storm Tho frequent snowfalls of the recen winter have often been heralded by the mournful cluckcluck of the blackbirds as they flock around tho doors looking for the crumbs that custom has led them to expect The mavis Is mostly mute during a storm and tolls his tale of woe more by his ruined feathers and drooping wing than by his voice His note however Is the first to welcome change tto wanrier weather The stormcock by which Is meat the blue felt or fieldfare does not fre quent the habitation of man but there Is no moro certain sign of approach of severe weather than n flock of these birds flying southward Their note IIs an ominous chuck chuck and but for that they would often pass unno tlccd overhead Tho skylark also passes south uttering a tinted twittering note while will later give place to a gay burst of song The starlings flock greedily to wherever food Is to be found bo It Ir field or homestead The first blink of warm sunshine however sees them perched on the eaves vibrating their wings in a manner no other bird does and Imitating with an air of Intense satisfaction the call noted of a host of other birds The sparrows which robbed the farmer In the autumn flock town ward In winter and their cheerless twitter on tho housetops bears faint resem blance to their noisy clamor in the cornfield The robin seeks his dole with an air of quiet confidence and sometimes rewards us with a burst ol song quite out of keeping with his surroundings The blue tits have no voice to say they are hungry though their actions show it but their spring note may bo heard in the wood lands when they forsake our doors for the field and hedgerow- TELEGRAPHED TO THE CAT How a College Girl Let Her Moths Know She Was a Phi Beta Kappa A bright college girl who had won a membership in tho Phi Beta Kappa society was so eager to announce th fact at home that she telegraphed the news Fearing to alarm an overanx IOUB mamma with the telegram she ad dressed it to tho family cat This roy I nl personage bears with regal dignity tho name of Tlglath Plleser When this message was ticked of In tho Western Union telegraph office the operator not wishing to declare himself stumped wrote It out bravely Dear Mamma I have captured a Phlbetaknp key To Tlglath Plleser Brown 2127 Fifth avenue New York City I Tho messenger boy got Into furthoi trouble by inquiring of the dlgnlflet maid of color who opened the door It Italians lived there and receiving an Indignant negative ho retaliated Well they must be a sot of dippy freaks anyway BaldHeaded Musicians The Important observation has beer made that the blowers of wind Instruments are Invariably bald 01 baldescent while the sawyers of strings are adorned with locks to make a Delilahs fingers itch writes Robert M Gay In the Atlantic Clar inet oboe horn trombone tuba and bassoon have blown each others heads as bare as sirocco and slmoo tho plains of Africa But of all bald- heads Tympanos Is the baldest IIIr I radiant scone beams out In the musl Pal storm like the moon amid broken clouds and I have no doubt gives us much confidence to the navigators of the musical sea Ho is never at 11 loss He glares at tho score HID uncompromising attitude shows you that he at any rate knows what it li all about How admirable In his self possession as he screws up his dla phragms taps them gently carress ingly with critical ear Inclined and allays their throbblngs with unfoverec palm And all this amid an ava lanche of sound like a man artistically tying his necktlo while sliding down the Jungfrau He Didnt Know Its Meaning But Once said an old tlmo actor I stood entranced In tho wings while Charles Thorno was reading a Shakespearean speech Curiosity attracted me but admiration held me I know he couldnt study out tho spiritual im port of that speech but ho rend it as I had never heard it road before Its meaning was crystal clear When he came off for deviltry I asked him as to the meaning of the speech Why it moans said he that A long pause No Its this way A still longer pause Now suppose No that doesnt Just express it and ho wont on tangling himself up Finally ho tuncd to go and said I dont know what It means but Its a damned hue speech Almost Too Much So much has boen said anti written from time immemorial about the endurance of woman remarked tho heavy individual athirst of knowledge What do you consider tho greatest tost ot her endurance husbands some of them have I IThe the elderly spInfiterStray 0 Do You GetUp With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver aud gmentknj your bladder remedy be cause of remark able restoring properties Swamp Root fulfills almost every in over rheumatism pain the back kid bladder and every part bf the urinary passage corrects to hold water and scalding pain in passingit or bad effects following of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of compelled to go often through the day and to get up many tunes during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice ant has proved so successful that a special ar ran etuent has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about Swaiii Root and how to Ii nd ou tiC ou havekid- ney or bladder trouble When writit reading this j offer in this send address to its health wish coming in iicys liver It inabilit use being have Dr Kilmer k Co ioibiunptioot Binghamton N V The regular fiftyccn and onedollar size bottles arc sold ball druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the tame Swamp Roo- D Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Yon every bottle MANS WILLPOWER Bismarcks Comment on Schopenhauei and His Theory In an entertain lug account of a dinner party at Irliice Hlsmurcks Berlin residence which Is given In the recol lections of the Uvonlim Journalist Eck hardt the following which was a part of the table talk shows the host In n new light The conversation had turn ed on nismarcks early days at Frankfort and ICckhardt asked whether ut the table dhote of tits Intel dAugle terre his host had ever wet Sehopen huger Xo said Uisumrcl he hlld no use for me nor I for him More over 1 have never had time or desln to occupy myself with philosophy While I was a student Schopenhauei was still unknown I know absolute ly nothing about his system Another Inlet an admirer of Scho penlmuer then jolted enthusiastically in the conversation and explained tbot the philosophers great merit conslste In the discovery of the fact that willpower was the Indestructible esseue of the mind of man and that Intelll genre was only of secondary Impor tancc That may very well be true said Prince Bismarck at least as fur as I am concerned for I have oftet noticed that my will had already corn to a decision while my mind had not yet finished thinking about the sami subject Take Notice tj All City and School Taxes must be paid before December 1 1010 Re member that date will add the penalt and cost Call at tke office in the rear of the Cloverport Bank and get you receipts Chas May Sr City and School Tax Collator TRUE STANDARDS OF LIFE The Measure of a Man Is What He Is tNot What He Has It takes ifO long to learn how to lire so long lo get even n glimmering or J what llfe IK fur and what we ought to do with ours We are so prone to live in the futurp to fret ourselves abottl it We are eu busy yearning for the joys we imagine other people have and worrying about the trouble we Imagine wo ore tanning that we make of the present tin one thing we are sure of an endlcHii regret And of nil tthe follies the limit is tc permit some one else to make oui standards for us Havent we intclll genre Cnnt wo think for ourselves To want things we dont need mane we do flat really care for just because sumo one elso leas them and wouldnt understand If we didnt have them Tc struggle and strain to jiinku n show when all tie neighbors know It Is only a show and would respect us a heap more If wo hud the courage to be ourselves Deaths standards ought to be lifes standards Death does not ask how big u house we hall from nor how many university degrees we have wou not what isii our bank account Not what we havo nor what wo know but what we arc And thats our measure of everybody but ourselves Erimm J Rldgway In Delineator Not For Fashions Sake Tho criminal law of England wa formerly marked by lndscrlinlnatlni severity Theft of nn article valued above 10 shillings was punished will death In writing about Sweet Hampstcad and Its Associations Sirs White records n pleasant thing of Lord Mansfield who as a rule loaned tll the side of mercy It was Lord Mansfield who directed a Jury to Ond II stolen trinket less in value than HI shillings In order that the thief might escape capital punishment To thh the jeweler who prosecuted demurred asserting that the fashion of the thins had cost him twice that money Gentlemen replied the judge with grave solemnity wo ourselves stand In need of mercy Lot us not bang a man for the fashions sakeI r Try Our Want Column It Pays H E ROYALTY 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bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 325 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use I IIintf8j 7BUSINESS COIXEQE1iNao- arbiMTED Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLB KY d 1- r Review of Reviews and The Breckenridge News ONE YEAR FOR 300 This is just the price of the magazine Send your subecrlptlpn to r THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky CJ i 1 lJ t 1- a 9 F r MMANYr OISGU8SIONS AWRITW II GOVERNORS Second Session of State Execu Victors In Recent elections to lives to Be Held in Kentucky Attend and Help Settle PuzzleIof Moment Commonwealths ww By JAMES A fDGERTON HE house of governors is about T to bold another meeting It will convene at the state capital Frankfort Ky on Tuesday Nov 20 at 2 p m and wilt hold one session there Early on tho morning of Nov 30 It will proceed by tratn to Louisville where the remaining sessions beginning on the morn- Ing of Nov 30 and ending on the even Ing of Saturday Dec 3 will be held In a large room of the Hotel Seelbach Invitations to this conference have been extended not only to tho governors of the various states but to the governors elect This will be the first conference of state executives held outside of Wash ington It meets In Kentucky In hon or of Governor Augustus E Wlllsou chairman of the executive committee bodytItat other state cripltnls taking them in rotation somewhat as the old fashioned country schoolteacher boarded around or the circuit courts traveled from one county seat to another Thus the house of governors will be a pro gressive body at least In the sense that a certain kind of euchre Is called pro- gressIve I Governors Elect to Attend There are fortysix governors of stutes and in the neighborhood of twenty governors elect who do not now hold the office making a posslblo membership of more than sixty Nearly all have Indicated their Intention to be present It will be n mighty gathering not so much for numbers as for the overpowering greatness tlcrc assem bled A governor Is a big noise In this land of the free Then think of the crash of sound when sixty of them arc gathered together To entertain all that congregated 1m 1 ortance will strain vn the hospital ties of Kentucky itoLuDly if the Blue Grass State had her way the confer ence would be one round of banquets balls junkets and receptions It would be a gala tiny for the Kentucky colo nels and Henry Watterson would be In his element But I am Informed on the very best of authority that this Is to be a meeting for business and not for festivities Perhaps tho honorable governors will not frown on all the hospitalities ex tended them but for the most part they will forswear the allurements of Ken tucky belles evade the enticements of libe celebrated mint Julep and devote themselves sternly to reading and lis- tenIng to long winded papers by their own members If the governor of North Carolina and the governor of South Carolina are both present there will be occasion to repeat the remark that made theta famous If the coming conference carries out this program of renunciation It will confound the Washington Post which once remarked that tho house of governors could do little hmm since Its functions would be largely social I have iton the best of authority the same authority as before by the way that the activities of the house of gov ernors will be anything but academic and social The authority is William George Jordan the titan who first sug gested the body and who Is Its present secretaryScorns the Presidency Jordan hap said that he would ruth er have his present olllce than that of president of tho United States And It must be admitted that In it he has an opportunity for service such as falls to the lot of few men Tie was born in New York in ISM and was educated In the College of the City of New York At the age of tjventy he was editor of Book Chat and Inter of Current Literature He then delivered lectures on a now system of educa tion which he called mental training by analysis I law and analogy He became managing editor of the Ladles Homo Journal In 1807 mid a year later is mado editor of the Saturday I venlng Post For six years he was editor and vice president of the Contl nental Publishing company and for another year was editor of the Search VV Jordan Issued his pamphlet In advocacy of the formation of the house of governors and it Immediately attracted attention nnd commendation throughout the land One copy was sent to President Roosevelt who soon utter called a conference of governors on the subject of conservation Two such meetings were held nttbe White House during Roosevelts term and at the last n committee of governors was formed to call another conference which met In Washington last Janu aryTo this Jordan was Invited us a guest nnd soon after was elected secretary Responsibility Is Great ju his new office it will be Jordans opportunity to have some part in sham- Ing the policy and outlining tho work for this body In the future The responsibility is heightened by the fact f that this new chamber In the Ameri can scheme f gdvernmcnt starts out de npvp and has all its precedents to mike Thus wo can witness before our very eyes the beginnings of an In gtftutfpn that may play an Important a rt in coming years We can olv tl ii l serve something of tho processes through which the congress and other departments wrought themselves out after the adoption of the federal con stitution when the nation was new In one aspect however this analogy does not hold good The house of governors has nothing to do with the fed oral government It concerns the states solely In other words It Is meant to cover that twilight zone between the federal power and the state power It is a means by which the states can work In concert It covers the whole wide latitude of powers reserved to the states which were the original sovereignties of the land It can deal with nil those questions which the constitution forbids congress to touch and yet which concern the whole country It can bring the states Into closer communion show to them the best laws or methods arrived at In a given lute by tiny one of their number Initiate amendments to the federal con stitution and promote uniform legisla tion Sessions by Mail Among the things that Secretary Jordan has planned to do perhaps the most important is that of taking referendum InIteralsThrough this method the body will practically be In continuous session SECKKTAKY OF TUB HOUSE 01 STATE EXECUTIVES WHO even though It holds but one actual meeting each year Another Important undertaking of tile secretary Is that of getting out bulletins each of them covering the activi ties of all the states in a given line For example the first bulletin relates to the popular election of senators When he collected the Information for this bulletin Mr Jordan made the surprising discovery that while twenty nine of the states had petitioned toil gress for a constitutional amendment on this question all but thirteen of the number had sonic defect in their petl tions which would render them void It Is probable that popular election of senators will be one of the subjects discussed at the coming meeting and that if uniform resolution will be framed which will avoid the defects of those previously passed by so many of the Individual states In this way It will be possible for the house of governors actually to Initiate constitutional amendmentsThe bulletin will treat of the political platforms adopted this year by the different parties in all of the states Jordan has already gathered and tabulated the material for this bulletin It will be Invaluable as a barometer of public opinion lie has also written to the appropriate officials In the various states a series of questions relative to forestry and conservation His circu mar letter on this subject contains one potable suggestion it Is In behalf of an Interstate foresters association To the query ns to whether or not this would be approved many favorable re plies were received Preserve Governors Sfessages Among other bulletins contemplated Is one tabulating and indexing the mes sages of the governors ericlr year There will also be one or perhaps sent eral covering the laws passed during the year by all the state legislatures- It should be explained in passing that the method of tabulation and Indexing issliripilcltyitselfready vroference Fox example the par l UIIt I I otIdifferent parties In the states relative to forestry protection of natural resources and kindred 0115 Mnuy ov the platforms fur practically Identical oh n given pulley These can be lumped Other platforms have novel or pat sag gestlons worthy of particular notice The bulletin thus becomes an Index to I tho political thought of the nation It is or will be when published n boon not only to the governors but to legis lators politicians platform makers students newspapers and to the pub IIICIn generally this connection I have to acknowl the courtesy of Mr Jordan In i permitting me to look nt this and other important material In advanceiI of Its publication also for two delightful Interviews one nt his homo nnd ono nt the Authors club of New York of which he Is n member Secretary Is Author Jordan is a bachelor and lives In a New York Hat He Is the author of several books covering his Ideas on education anti other topics One most refreshing thing about him Is that ho Is n fundamental Democrat imbued with the genius of Americanism and thoroughly believing In our dual sys tom of government He is not so much an advocate of state rights as he Is of state duties lIe Is convinced that the states through their Isolation from each other have neglected to do many of the things that could have been dote to solve our problems as a people He feels that the house of governors will act both ns a stimulus to arouse the states to the Importance of performing their full functions and as an avenue through which to pert form these functions In the most effi cleat manner It will counterbalance and check centralization 011 the one hand and operate for union nod solidarity on tho other It seems admirable from ov nderwood GOVERNORS AND SOME OF THE VILL MEET IN KENTUCKY cry possible viewpoint Not n single vital objection has been urged against It The Inception of the house of guy crnors wan a happyI hit and the only strange thing Is that no one thought of It sooner To Discuss Conservation While at this writing tho program for the coming meeting has not been given out It Is understood that among the chief subjects to be discussed Is con servation from the standpoint of the states legislation against pollution of streams which may be classed as eon governorsUnder the last united head the power of removal of county and other offi clals will be considered likewise the short ballot and appointment of tIlt minor state officials or governors cabi netOn the subject of conservation It Is rumored that Governor Norris of Mon tana will be asked to speak for the northwestern governors who got such short shrift at lie St Paul conservation convention and that someone else will represent the other view of tho ques lion The Importance of conservation by the states may be realized when It is stated that four Gflhs of our natural resources are already under private ownership Over this the states alone can exercise control Among the governors elect It Is ru mored that Plalstcd of Maine will bo asked to deliver an address While par tisan politics is not allowed to intrude into the house qf governors those new recruits will bring In a strong reminder of the recent upheaval There will bo Wilson of New Jersey Dlx of New York Toner of Pennsylvania Os borne of Michigan McGovern of WIs consln Aldrich of Nebraska Baldwin of Connecticut Johnson of California and many more It will be a veritable ratification meetlnga convention of the victors lint considering the amount of noise thntls heaped on the average governor these prospective victims are surely entitled to get to gether and pat each other on the back J V 11 t 6f CCA1s WSiC WSiA3 F+ dCl dC1 rl1i1i WCia V3S+ 4 TbdC3 VY7 fm t1SRfbiLS Bma1R7Si IfI1 II Some Coal is Like Paper II- r 1f 5 Sfe IjlI I1 It moreI moret I acII IIhardly catch fire at allI ImI I IIJasI agent tor j mMI THE HAPPY MEDIUM I Order Winter Supply Now Spottsville or Baskett Coal And Youll be Satisfied I i I SECURBTI u rJF IN I 6 Full inches Asphalt I Iof ed Joint No Nailholes Through Roof A Continuous Onepiece j Roof with Every Nail head Covered by Felt and Asphalt NO CoalTar SOLD BY Gregory Co Dealers In Lumber Lime CemenL Cloverpcrt Ky VENETIAN WOMEN The Whims of Fashion Hold No Ter rors For Them The women of Venice are absolute free from the rule which Dame Fasli Ion exercises over their sisters elseI whore They rare nothing for mode Vitli thorn the length of the skirt n mains always the suite nelthor spur nor long and they always weir plain made dark dresses black stockings inn the houlloss suppers of the east lint are unknown Tine universal outdoor wrap for ill ages auk tilt sizes Is the black show with a deep silken fringe It Is foldci with u short point above and a loci t one below nnd sometimes It envelope s the figure from head to foot It Is tier er fastened nt till throat and when I11 slips oil It Is gathered up with one out stretched arm which makes the spec tator thinkI of a big bird stretching H uviugVIn their attire the women of Vendi are Independent only wearing lure clothing but with feminine Incouslsi1 ency they ore thoroughly up to dot In the matter of halrdrcsslng the styli of their coiffure changing from tlim t5 time according to the vogue of tin moment In London and Paris Dyspepsia is ourrnntioIlI admen t Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens Htouiacl membranes promotes flow of digestive juice purities the blood builds you up Identified William M Chnso the artist was iu picturesque figure dressing In clothe that hut a certain originality though they conformed more or less to tine prevailing fashions On one occasUu Chase on hin way home stepped lulU a little wino shop and ordered u jug of claret of u special brand sent to his house The lad who biought It coins to the front door an hour afterward when the artist had already arrived Some wins he said curtly The maid knowing there was yet plenty In the cellar and believing tbo lad hud made a miniake saldsbo was sure It was not for that house and did tip boy remember the name of the miih who ordered It The boy didnt Then said the servant youve come to the wrong place wo nevrr ordered winch At this moment lhr boy spied Chases famous hat on the hall table Say be asked dos that hat live hero Yes said the amused maid Then said the boy triumphantly heres where the ylw belongs Argonaut Subscribe tpday M JACKSFOR SALE II- UIO lIt liuvo three TworIW three years old und one two years old They are I fired all jet black with white points very short and hair lino sire extremely heavy bone large feet big shapely heads and ears These Jacks arc in fine condition I ready to show IndII Wo are going to dispose of thousand they will be bargains AVo trust they will find homes in our If you are interested dont write but como I Respectfully countII J R G ROBERTSON SONS J JGLEN DEAN KY f 4V n DOV A Wenry Celebrity When Mint linger A Iryor was 1n voting womin living In thirlnitovillot Vu visiting authors soUlotn rca he- I J the beautiful university town ThiUU I emy Dickens and Miss Marrlnoat passed us liy says oils Iryor in hoi I QcminlsrcnreII of ti Lung Life IJltt FrodorlUn Urem or condescended to spend n night will I her compatriot Huron Schole de Von of the university faculty on her way to the south Schole do Vero Invited si choice com puny to spend Ithe one evening Mis Hremor grunted Illus Her works won extremely popular with the unversltj circleI and everyI one was on tiptoe of pleased anticipation While the waiting company gingerly I expected her the duos opened not for Miss tremor but for her companion I who announced Miss Piremor she bog excuse She Yes tired timid must sleep If she come she gape In your noses I Funerals In England At the time of Queen Victorias fur ueral a writer In the Undertakers Journal complained that while royal lme pressive manner a sad luck of cere monialI distinguished the funerals of the nobility Item sifter Item has beer abandoned Idea after Idea has been dropped ouch meaning a distinct loss to our business Au undertaker lu the west end referring to the re cent death of u noblo lord con tided to me Forty years ngo 1 burled u mem ber of that family and the funeral bill cause to lli0 0oOi Ten years later I burled another when It came to just over TOO 3BOO Fifteen years ugo 1 burled a third at a cost of 320 1GOG but the bill forI this one dill not reach 75 375 Origin cf a Famous Saying Euclid who Is sometimes called this father of mathematics taught this subject In the famous school at Alex andria Holng asked one tiny by the king of Egypt Ptolemy Soteri whether he could nut teach him the science In a shorter way Euclid answered IE words that have boost memorable eves since Sire there Is no royal road to learning Not many scraps of conver sation have lived as this reply has fat 2200 year Joys of The Press 15 cents the- copyNevus ORiQe f e i rrlrwrrwq Ii i iPublic Sale 11a I wills to tine highest bid der at my farm 1 milo South of Irvington Ky o- nSaturday Nov 26 1910 The following property 6 Head of Horses and Mares Cattle Sheep and logs Hay Corn Fodder Wheat and Farming Implements Terms Made Known on Day of Sale D W HENRY J M MUDDn AuctioneerVit 13 NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per lino r Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publicationQof this kind of matter Dont forget to try a News Want Ad Q r t o f n 1JL- t t r 5 ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGG SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 23 1910 J r Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line and 5 cents for each ad- S ditional insertion GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of u f 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino money in advance I Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- Whenw ordering a change in the address subscribers should give atheirold as well as their new address iY IMPORTANT WORK OF THE JIfSJVDJSJtSOJV ROUTE The Henderson Route is paving the way to some more Cold mines in our county near Mystic More than a half mile of siding and trestle has been built for the benefit of a largo company that will open a big quarry at that point They will put in a crusher of a 100 tons capacity per day This company is now building houses for the accommodation of their employes They hope to be ready by spring for business 000T- his is another instance where the Henderson Route is helping toy build up the county by getting at the raw materials and putting them ytasa finished product on the market The business of a railroad is to 3 create produce and transport the things in one community to whore t they arc needed in another This is commerce It helps humanity and builds up communities i 000Y- es soo0 people are constantly knocking en the very best friend 1 they have the railroad People never see the good ofn railroad company only norate the bad without ever recognizing its benefits i oooA great writer has truly said Ho who makes war on business removes the roof from homes takes bread from mouths leaves hu man bodies naked to the storms replaces confidence with feat hope with dread love with hate and robs men of their right to work ooo reIsntthat true l Ifour shops were to shut down for a t day or a week who suffers in the community Not only the man in the overalls but every man So let us take a new line on our it railroad and all our industries knockhevery day in the year i READ r FOR TIlE GROWERS The tobacco growers are thehPhelon factory this week Mr Phelon had a new office equipped in his building and made the old one into a nice hall for the farmers a The mnn will enjoy this room to gather in for a rest after their long journey to town with their wagons and teams Mr Phelon expects- to have the largest tobacco business this season than any previous a year lie has been hero twelve years and his dealings with every t class of men have always been highly satisfactory Ho is a splendid citizen in both town and county After a dozen years of acquaint t ance with him wo are glad indeed to see him prosper lfEJW IdiV TS SHOULD GET BUSY This time next week the Thanksgiving turkey will have been warmed over served cold made into hash and you will be taking your last bite of it Then before you know it Christmas will bo ClausnI youYcull their attention through the News to tho best goods you have Suggest to pcoplo what to buy help them to think Shoppers would rye buy store if they know what to get r It iis rumored that the shops of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway are to be moved from Cloverport to Irvington the latter point boinir the junction to tho main line and the Irvington Branch Owonsboro Inquirer- If rumors wore facts Cloverport would be on nettles all tho time goIt that tho Henderson Route shops will bo moved from this city to Irv ingtonr are for Irvington we want her to grow und gain but I Ialongwith our good works Iand wishes for her we turn over this ru mor and lot tho public know that ashi probablo as moving them to Cannelton Ind Our thriving booming little shallnkeep ours Tho Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway Company t t is daily making now improvements extensive and permanent ut their shops hero New olectric lights are being installed allover i I tho grounds and busier days wore never known at Cloverports ma chine shop Scarcely a week passes that a houseboat does not tie up at Clover n port Lust week one was here three days and Sunday night a per i feet little palace drifted into shore for repairs The owners say that mF all tho way down tho river men would tell them You can hot your fcl I tenginefixedat Clovorport This is a bit of profitable advertising lt Cioverport Foundry The people who come on these boats SI are pleasure seekers but to hear them talk you wonder where they f find their pleasure Apparently they are people of wealth and leis ure and it is not so easy for them to cook wash dishes and tinker Switha gasoline en hardaat homo tboy would think life a living death Still we can understand why they It leave their furnaceheated houses their amusements and automobiles 1 to take this trip South for wo walked down the river bank Monday afternoon Coldand bleak as it was the river charmed us I Andrew Carnegie will celebrate his birthday anniversary by jiroakin a gift of 35000000 to the Carnegie Technology Schools in i Pittsburg Just think of being so rich that you can try the custom fl of celebrating birthday anniversaries backwards And really find i i that I it is bettor to give than to receive ofliccIi J a suite at Frankfort Wouldnt it bo excellent if folks could take men tal baths as often as they say they do tho physical and gently wash away every thought of anguish 1 The plain old washbowl would hold enough water for the average mind It is welcome news to hear that we arc to have more gas and that Siderof the city Gas is tho greatest convenience the housekeeper can have They need it in their cook stoves far attire than the city docs in her street lights Johnstone a darinar young aviator and tho holder of the worlds altitude record dropped from his machine a height of 500 feet into tho inclosurcrat Denvers aviation Hold lust Thursday afternoon Ho was broken to pieces After nil there iis nothing in a name Several hundred turkeys were delivered to Irvington lust week for tlio Thanksgiving market They are bringing 14 cents on foot andwill be shipped to tho Eastern market The crop in this county this year will not bo aa largo as usual Wo miss Col Roosevelt STORIES W1UTTKK e While The PressjThunders eBY LOUIS 1 PLEASING STEPPING STONES We heard one of the Plank twins say once that wheu she mated n letter that as soon as a train came she rushed to the office expecting an auswerto be there even before her letter had time to get to its destination Talk to the post master and it can be learned that more than one half of the people who write letters expect answers this soon And for this reason it pays a business man toTjc extremely prompt in replying to all inquireis that Uncle tam brings Promptness is the shortest and sweet est way to success Last summer when Mr George Dean was here he said that the Monroe Refrigerator Company has a rule that every letter received must be given u reply in the first mail otter that letter has been opened This qukk ness is the most pleasing and successful business tactics any man or company can acquire 000 Dont be a promising young man said one of our experienced friends the other dayas he stood on the outside of our shop and talked to a good looking chap who cast his first vote Tuesday two weeks ago If almost totk my breath for I had been brought up on the fact that a promising young mau was the best sort of a fellow and I paused behind the door to tee what the man was going to say next He went on If you tell or promise anyone you are going to do a thing do it or let them know you cant When you promise a letter write it if you haveut the time drop a postcard If you say you are going to telephone a personeven your girl out in your Starchmaking- To make starch allow one hnr pint of cold water and one quart of boiling water to every two tablespoonfUls of starch Put the starch in n large saucepan and pour on the cold water Btlrrlng all tho while with a spoon to remove all lumps When the mixture is smooth place the pan on the hot stove and pour bolllnx hot water overtime starch cantltiulng the stirring If made properly the starch will thicken Immediately It very often happens that the water Is not at bolllug point when being poured on the starch and in this ease It will not thicken mind must therefore be emptied into a clean vessel and placed on the lire to boll When smooth remove from the stove and strain Set aside to cool taking care that It Is covered so that a skin will not form over the top To give a shiny and smooth appearance to the linen when ironed stir a Niece of wax candle three or four times In the starch This will also prevent the Iron from sticking Do You Know That A tablespoonful of gelatin dissolved In a tnblespoonful of hot water and added to two cupfuls of thin cream will make It whip successfully That rind from n strip of bacon or snIt pork is one of the handiest things with which to grease griddles maul pansThat the rubber part of n clothes wringer will last much longer if the screws which hold the rollers arc loosened before the wringer Is put away That half a lemon put In the cake box will keep the cake from drying Luck i Tommy Pop what Is luck Tommys popruck my son is what comes to a man who has the oppor unity of buying something for n mere song but who cant sfng Phlladel ihla Record A Bird In the Hand A woman IIs n person who would rather have her husband at home o nights than In the Hull of Fame Gal eston NeWIJICleaning Shoes With Potatoes Russet shoes can be cleaned by sponging them well wltha well squeezed sponge Then cut a potato la half and rub well all over each shoe sponging it afterward In a little water Allow It to dry and then apply a little russet polish The shoes will dry a nice color clear at all stains s c Jr call1 If you foil at that send a note or I wireDont intimate for even an intimAt- ion puts people in uncomfortable expc tations Then people can depend on you and a dependable man is of all menthe most satisfactory man in the world 000 Dont disappoint anyone is the motto of the loveliest giil1 I ever knew She is a social success and if sue were to start on a business career tomorrow she would have the first lesson well learned 000 The awfulness of Christmas is the making of a present to n person simply expectiugliiatno Christmas joy in such a gilt 000 One Thanksgiving we received letter that 1 never shall forget and the more I think of it the more I seo the death of the writers courage It ran like this Please do not give me anything Christ mas and you all neednt expect any thing from me because I will think of you Just the same Wont youjill think of me 000 exprelsesiiwhat is on time blotters that we are printing for the holiday season These novelties are unique We have received an order for 7iiO If you are interested in the creations from the heart of the iimwrite us Dont EXPECT to white tomorrow you have today Louisville Harket Report Louisville Nov 22 1010 Special YhcntNo 2 Red and Longberry 92cCornNo 2 white 56 OatsNo2 mixed new 3- Kggs Market steady case count 28 candled 2030- Poultryliens lOper llb roosters 7c young chickens 13 ducks 12c turkeys I6cj Geese19- edalvesRecelpis 07 The market ruled slovshade higher the best 8 00 825 some fancy higher medium 600 800 common 250 600 Hogs Receipts 2083 head market ruled weak and l5020c lower best hogs weights selling at 710 with roughs out at 650 down The market closed weak and looks lower Sheep and Iambs Rtceipts 268 head The market ruled about steady best sheep 2Jc down common sheep hard to sell at l2J c fat lambs 5fd 5c common and cull lambs 35c Rabbits per doz 175 A Mistake Somewhere Is It true Miss Gertie he saUL that tthere are just two things a wo man will jump mita conclusion and n mouseNo she answered there Is a third 1Ir111111- 1After I thinking the matter over u few moments he tremblingly made her an offer hut she didnt Junip at It He was not the rlirht ran THEiBOTTOMI IS OUT Steak from 113 12 to 15c Roast from 10 to 12 l2c t Pork from 13 to 16c To the tobacco men Come and make my place your headquar ters and get a hot lunch at all hours P E SCOTT 1 5J 0o t0u I r j r m I atrooNma etEQ Mnil orders promptly oud carefully filled with time hest values in stock ami on mail order purchases of 5 or more we pay forwarding charges to points within 200 miles Louisvilles Greate- stDepartment Store WEDNESDAY l Womens Misses and Childrens Tailored Suits Coats and Dresses Everything in Evening Coats Auto Coats Street Coats and regularresses Coats Man tailored Suits in every new for evening afternoon dancing and street wear now shade and all at moderate prices Womens and Misses Coats of I covert novelty mixtures and broad cloths full lengths semifitting bucks storm and coat collars mantailored Price 4 1500 Womens and Misses Coats of Englinh mixtures plaid backs serges amid polo cloth full length sailor storm and coat collars flflPriceWomens and Misses Full Length Coats black broadcloth silk and satin lined thrpughout semifitted barks single and flflPricel j Womens and Misses Full Length Coats of satin broad cloth and English cheviots corset fitting and perniflittine hocks fine silkI liningI Kfl Price u H OU Womens and fusses Full Length Coats of french satin broadclotbs sailor and large shawl collars coats trimmed with velvet satin or caracul Prices range fronm 1500 6750 Womens and Misses Evening Coats and Capes of silksatin velour and broadcloth in tan pearlgray rose North pole blue ocean blue champagne and pink I up Pricesi to range 1750 frQTf Kj Great Values Week Section Florentine Silks full 32 inches wide all silk texture very large assortment of Persian floral and Oriental designs in the latest col 49ccellentPersian Silks full 2 inches wide soft lustrous finish beautiful combinations in navy Copen images Alice blue and white This 75clarI AND 41 Merode Vests Medium weight cotton high neck long sleeves ankle or knee length drawers to match regular sizes i uUU- flerode Vests Heavy winter weight cotton fleeced high neck long sleeves ankle or knee draw Merode Vestssilk and cot ton mixed high neck long sleevesl 1 Alerodi Union Suits Fine ribbed cotton high nek long sleeves ankle or knee length sizes 4 to 6 extra sizes 75 C II Merode Union SuMs Fine combed cotton or lovysecJf sleeveless ankle 1 j I 11 Merode Union Suits Fine combed cotton High neck long or short sleeves knee or ankle I 1 Merode Union Suits Heoyy twelght ribbed cotton fleeced high 1eckllong sleeves ankle or knee r Will Home Calvin went to Friday to buy material to remodel home near The house was built of white oak logs one hundred years ago Mr says the logs are still in splendid preser vation is the old Roberts home Right Now To Ig b WEE 1 Womens and Misses Dresses of messaline silks taffetas and voiles blacks and colors silk net skirts Price- Womens and Plisses Dresses of black and colored voiles over silks kimono sleeves lace and trimmed fitted and full skirts Price JZDUU Womens and Misses Dresses in new foulard and taffettu silks yokes and sleeves trim med with lace j plaited skirts with trimmed foldsl Price JOaUU Womens and Misses Evening and Dancing Dresses ot chiffon crepes net and laces every shade range front 1850 up C 4750 Childrens Coats sizes 8 to 14 years of fine meltons Norfolk and sailor styles cut full length velvet and braid t jewel buttons Price Childrens Full Length Coats J sizes 8 to J4 years of English cheviots in North pole blue and ocean green sailor collars silk velvet trimmedi l 1O Cfl This in The Rlp kimono White Brocade 21 inches wide pure silk satin background large 1 I I Black Velvet pure silk pile crosier back j very close and finelperfect jet black an extra goodb2 00 value 1 21 1 A priced per yard at MerodegUnderwear For Women and Children MERODE VESTS TIGHTSll 65cfiOc 00match II Merode Tights Medium weight cotton ankle or knee Herode htavy winter weight fleece hued sizes 4 to 650c extra CCp sizes1 Uub Merode ribbed cotton open crotch ankle length sizes to I rrrr C 0 If III 1VIERODE UNION SUITS I ILl JI 05c medium heavyweight 25t25extr 25extra Improve Hendricks Owensboro his Hardlnsburcr Hendricks It Subscribe EVERY Every rbandedIOUU embraidery champagnehello trimmedt PriceSilk gIvedtpemluhle 00pervarduu Specially 65cextrllTightsExtra TightsBlack rrrrwoollOO Herode Union SultsIenhtmfW weight wool mixed high neck long sleeves ankle length sizes c4 to 0 150 extra 0 175sizes1 i 80yslterodeUnlon Suits Heavy fleece lined cotton high neck long sleeves ankle length open front sizes 2 to 6j have drop 75cOj nHisses Merode Union Suits Fleece lined cotton high neck long sleeves ankle length sizes 2 to 6 have drop seat sizes 78ud 1 r 8 have open crotch all75csizes from 2 to 8 m a Weds Newspaper Girl Miss Zoa Mattingly and Mr zM 0 Lawrence former local manager of the telephone company at Hardlnsburp were married Monday morning The bride for a number of years was em 0 ployed in the newspaper office at the cryThe competent ono of iU y I brightest young women 10 1 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 2J 1910 LRVTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I Fbr Precinct nod city Offices 2lO For County Offices 500 For State and District Offices1600- For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For All Publications III the interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 MSi71S17ASaaat taAkleR aiteUakita5tl I Local Laconics S M AS IAiItA A A A ii7A AS1 iAAAR A A i1il 1 iIO News items are always appreciated Dr Hilliary Boone went to Louisville FridayMiss Ann jarboe went to Louisville this week f 4 r j M Haynes of Union Star was in the city last week 0 Dr McDonald has been spending this week In Hawesville Miss Margaret Wroe spent Saturday and Sunday in Owensboro Calvin Hendrick of Hnjdinsburg went to Owensboro Friday Mrs Walter Jay Lyter of Louisville Is the guest of Mrs Randall Mr and Mrs M W Moorman visited relatives in Louisville last week L B Peyton of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Chesnau last week Plum pudding and other good thngs to eat Thanksgiving at Sawyers Mrs J D Brashear of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs K L Newsom A little daughter arrived recently at the home of Mr and Mrs Sidney Tnul Mr and Mrs Geo Huber and Wm Huber spent the week end in Louisville Rev Adair of Irvington and pastor ol The Lucile is visiting his members here Hugh Tanner is very sick at the some of his parents Prof and Mrs TannerMr Mrs Chas Lightfoot went to Louisville Sunday to see Mr Thos TouseyMrs R N Hudson Versailles Visit Gregorywednesday Miss Cleona Weatherholt went to Louisville Monday to meet her aunt Mrs Marion Ryan Chas 11 Miller and two children Franklin and Martha of near Hardins burg are visiting his brother John Miller at Sunny Dale Mrs L B Perkins was In Louisville MondayMrs J H Rowland was in Hnrdins burg Monday W N Head and wife have moved to Owensboro for the winter Mr Jnbe lluyne8 of Union Star returned from Tell City Monday Mr and Mrs E It Fuller returned to their home in Durant Okln Mon dayJudge Mattniiis Miller whohns been seriously sick for several weeks is im proving Little Miss Louella Farmer is ill at the home of her parents Rev and Mrs F Farmer Jas Younger and daughter Eudora spent Sunday at West Point with Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlau Mr and Mrs J D Babbage went to Louisville Sunday evening for a visit to Mr and Mrs D W Fairleigh Mrs O C Shellman and daughters Mary and Mabel Katherine were visiting friends at Skillman last week Rev Mr Lewis will have charge of the League service Sunday evening at 7 oclock at the Methodist church The stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Wave Hawkins of Louisville last week and left a charming little girl Chas Randall of Paducah has ac cepteda position at the shops and will make his future home in Cloverport Have your friends come and trade at at our store and transfer their certificates to youConrad Sippel the Shoe ManMrs Thos Garrett and daughter Miss Leona Garrett of Hites Runwere- In the city Wednesday and visited the News office Mrs Allen Klngsburv will go to Lou isville next week to attend the Melone Gordon wedding Wednesday evening November 50 Gene Kingsbury was in Curydon Ind tnt week and says he didnt see a pretty woman until he got back on this side of the river Good things to eat at Sawyers Mince meat Celery Cranberries mala ga grapes Oranges Grape Fruit Co coanuts and New Nuts Mrs II S Jolly Union Star return ed home Sunday evening after a visit to her cousin Mrs J M Fitch who is still quite ill at her home Mr and Mrs F N DHuy arrived from Evanston 111 this week to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Cordrey be fore they leave for Florida Wanted 100 young ladies to doter the piano contest We offer n special prize a 400 piano See it in our store Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Come to our store today and see the piano play on It test it then enter your name in the contest and commence saving certificates Coiirad Sippel the Shoe Man- Dwight Randall leaves today for Lou isville to attend the i nnual foot ball game between the High School and Manual He will also be a guest at the For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph made for Christmas j Beautifuland Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Will be in Irvington Ky De cembpr I 2 and 3 house party given by Charles Schim peler nt his house In Birch Wood Court Mr and Mrs Jess Tannehill arrived here on their attractive houne boa Sunday night and anchored at this port until yesterday They have a tow boat a launch and their houseboat U J Mr Tannehill the noted ballplayer of Dayton Ky They are having a fine trip south WEBSTER Mrs Hugh McGpvock spent Thursday with Mrs James Bandy Mrs N D Payne and Mrs T B Hendersonwere the guests of Mrs Mike Lyddan Friday Miss Nannie Belle Carden was the guest of Miss Ossie Payne Wednesday and Thursday to attend the Rook Club Misses Mildred StClair Ossie Payne Nannie Belle and Jessie Carden were the guests of the Misses McCoy Sun dayMisses Mae Bandy Angie Gibson Messrs John Gibson and Henry Bandy attended church at Walnut Grove Sun day morning and Sunday night The bachelors had their annual op possum supper Tuesday night at Bache lors Hall The crowd all report grand time Mr Crutcher our accomodating de pot agent received a painful accident Saturday night while unloading a box of expressMiss Lyddan is the guest of Miss Mary Mercer Wallace Claycomb of Louisville was down a few days last week hunting Mrs Chas Claycomb mId Mrs Ella Crutcher will spend Thanksgiving int LouisvilleMrs is visiting her sister Mrs A L Kendall T B Henderson attended church at Irvington Sunday my = i not t at 200 and 225 150 La 3 at 210 3 and 3 350 not + + I I WritsLostBird 11 oJo + I hlrddUIFor SaleLarge Red Jersey Boar I I 1 roodpedlgrallrawiciibiup Ky I Farmfor Sale I 1 good water our tttio n hilt miles from Olo vuruurton tin pike Ior further ClovurportIulltucky For SaleMachinery FOR HVLKiit vtry low prices onu JO horse 1 Mittorralck Corn Shrotldur ono saw nuj one CoIlawesvlilFor SaleScholarship 1 I mentor that HreokuiirltlRoNaws KyWauledIlousekecper I WANTEfA white woman to assist In r fox 8tl Irvington Ky Lost Glasses LOSTJllllr noso glasses on Monday Nov return to News otllco and re culve reward J Sale Boiler xWtnI conditionIFor Sale Bank Stock poll SALE Six shares First State Hank liluttford r r soiOMww IIEyes Glasses = = = Watches Clocks and JewelryL 1 I I Co J q J i Vernon Drane has returned to Kings wood to school Miss Ora is expected home this week to attend Thanksgiving holi lays Little Miss Dolly Katherine Kendall has been quite il- lIf the hest is not too lgood for u u Lewlsport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use I I IThanksgiving DinnerL I Chicken Cranberries CclcrJI Plum Pudding l Oranges Lemons BllnnnnsWW Shrimp Aspnmgus Tips Pickles tIi t Salad Dressing Canned Soup ml Mince Moat Apple Butter Syrups Candy Cigars l ti it 1 l Close at Noon i I I J C NOLTE W jj- L n ilSSlr S IIIIIIIII Goods and FarI III and see across Ie DSHJ n n EQII 10 0OO1111 6701 Jillt = to Itst 10 1111 DOOr 101 2JII 101 TJI =II JtJ 0 a M i Q r- 0a Q 0 0- d d El WEDNESElI to change my line it will necessitate a El Elhave straight Bargain Sale from start to finish AU Suits Overcoats Knee Pant Suits Odd Pants Ladies Cloaks at Cost Will close entire line of SHOES Shoes branded full vamps at cost Ladies fine shoes selling at 160 Ladies Shoes at 115 dies Shoes to 225 Mens 4 Shoes at and and hundreds of good numbers that I have room to mention totintimberpiirtluulttra uneIioUltllloOIlUAdrllIlr BowlingUreouUniversity Cluvcrpurt Jfor Tested Fitted Guaranteed RepairedI Severs Drug Hendrick For I We BRO CLOVERPORT KYJl fflmtlS I I I I I I him railroad decided somewhat genera cleaning Cloaks Opera Cloaks Childrens CLOTHINGSuits worth 1250 at IIII worth 10 at lUJ 695 Suits worth 15 at 11 Overcoats worth 10 at 725 Overcoats worth 12 at 9 Knee EliI Pant Suits worth 250 at 165 Knee Pant Suits Inj worth 350 at 275 Knee Pant Suits worth 2 jjj rrnworthInl Ladles Embroidery Will Be Cut j Dont forget the date NOVEMBER 23 will see all of the above mentioned bargains 101 on sale and remember they are not old shelfworn goods but new and uptodate flj in every respect COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES 0 t J T HOBEN Hardinsburg Ky 0 c I 10I 10JIIr- t I Ol Jill IIII 10 III 101 II 101 II 101 JIIII a t i- II fn 0 0t1 n i r If i Kd+ A J 1 M t E c If 1 NEATNESS OF ATTIRE Cuffs For the Business Womans Wear In Office Strnngo Indeed Is the business wo I man who does not like to wear dainty white and colored shirt waists to the r office but equally rare Is the maiden With so large n bank account that tho laundry Is naught to her It is for vir tually every woman therefore that these various sorts of protecting cuffs tor shirt waist sleeves have been de mised There wns one girl who had a pair of laced celluloid cuffs They were n11 that could he desired wash able cleanly nnd cool until one day a careless man dropped a match near her und there wns almost nn explo i ishooSince then that girl has changed her cuffs to oilcloth which Is just as light Just as easily washed and Just as at tractive White thin ollctyth laced with ribbon or tape makes nn Ideal f protecting cuff Finish the lacing at the bottom with a loose bow and at t toothedtt which clasp the sleeve firmly without tearing It Eyelets may be In the oilcloth If you have punchflII I I CtJM8 roll OFFICE WEAll a brass eyelet machine the effect willII be neater but an ordinary si punch will serve you well g For the girl who does not want to bother willie blotting paper cut with ftanupward angle ut the bottom wound around the arm and secured by three stout elastic hands makes an excel =s lent and speedy protection It can bet renewed dully and white la itdvlscd c because It shows dirt and dust 1m s mediately The notch at the lower end t Is to provide freedom for the hands The girl whose tastes run to elaboration and ornamental effects will sew herself a pair of puffed muslin over sleeves such as the children wear in school White Is best again and there should be two pairs in service one to be In use while tho other Is being laundered lint rubber at top and bottom x holds the sleevesi to the arms and gath ers them us shown in the drawing 1IJ I11nIPi vvlfli n ifiloro Cured take arc in- writing you that I had a neuralgia pain in- kk my arm for five years and I- l used your Liniment for one f weekand was completely yourlinimentI J McGKAW 1216 Mandeville I St New Orleans La r Cured Quinsy Throat MR HENRY L CAULK of i 1242 Wilson St Wilmington Del writes bought a bot tIe of Sloans Liniment for the i quinsy sore and it cured me shall always keep a bottle in the hou- seSLOANSLINIMENT gives instant relief from rheu mat sm lumba gosciaticaneuralgia sore throat ton silitis horse I ness and chest pains I Ptlces26c60o 100 + t ontt Dr Earl B Sloan r lion US A F r 1 NeuralgiaPain I pleas to r l Sore I throat I Biitoc bandanna handkerchief shown In the straight bordered cuff A ten cent handkerchief Is nil that is needed for each of these attractive sleeve protec tors hold down one corner of the handkerchief cut off the opposite corner sew the edges together In cuff shape and tit H II on tin i II lit uu as- a lapel on the other side Fnaten to the slews with a large safety pin A RIMM ldI for the woman whose work la ut till dirty IIs a tJIb for time lower pnrt of the shirt wnlstt tbut touches the ilpk or table Tbl bib should he o f the same mtprlnl as the cuffs and a ml tif three woucl be ap preciated Iliv any linlit 5H girl who scants to Ill dainty nul practical at the saute time and nt little expense Gfolldr n cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIASHE Lucky For the Little Man He Was Nol Hcr Husband The lady In the offside corner of the tramcar possessed a truculent air and n discolored ewe Funny thing any one cnnt take a penny ride without everybody glarln at cm she remarked fixing a small gentleman wearing gray whiskers nnd a somewhat rusty top hat with her normal optic The small gentleman suddenly be came Interested In n soap advertise ment If any one cant aye n black eye without Tom Dick and Harry nskin questions things are com In to n pretty pass continued the lady Silence allied with soap advertise ment study though eminently discreet was Ineffective You Im ntalkln to The lady prodded the small rentlcmnns knee with her umbrella Bin settln there this last ten minutes you ave won derln If my usban gives It to me If Itll ease yer mind e did Is there anything else- Madam the small gentleman com menced had I been your husband I should a got off at th cemetery with a wreath instead o goin ter the orsepital with a visitors ticket snap ped the lady and the wreath wouldnt a been expensive either London lucas Any sktn itching is a tempertester The more you scratch the worse it Itches Doans Ointment cures piles ec zema any skin itching At all dtug siresA tROMANCE IN SIGHT Started by the Unmasking of the Pslr of Frauds Not until boarding houses cease to ex ist Iv111ill their romances be written Shabby romances some of them are like that of the young woman who got so tired of being called poor thing because she received no Invltnftons nod had to eat all her meals at the hoarding house table that she took to eating alone once In uwhlldat n cheap restaurant and then brazenly lying about the friends who had Invited her to dinner There was a young man in that house who never went anywhere ei timer The first night the girl stayed out lifes desolation nearly overpowered him Even that poor little white faced soul has made friends who want her he said Nobody wants me Im no good on earth Then on rare occasions his place at the table was vacant New friends asked the landlady Yes lied the young mon One night the man nnd the girl met In a twentyfive cent restaurant They blushed they fenced they finally con Tossed Were a pair of frauds said the girl Its awful to think that tonight when we go home we will have to swear that we have been dining with friendsWell sulO the young man ain- tweNcw York Press The Guest Towel One of time prettiest designs In bed room towels seen for n long time Is called tho guest room towel It Is of soft damask woven In a dainty scat tend design of sweet peas a deep bor der of the lowers appearing at the ends which mire hemstitched The size Is 20 by 38 Inches and the price 35 cents each A novelty in bath towels Is a bleached Turkish towel with n red Jacquard border that will not run in the wash ing but will come from its tubbing looking like new It costs only 25 cents and measures 20 by 41 Inches a reasonable price The crossbar dimities and the self checked lawns are responsible for some of the daintiest looking pillow shams designed especially for summer use A rather large checked lawn deco rated with water lilies above n seal loped border Is thirtytwo inches square and costs 85 cents Time scarf IS by 31I is the same price A second design Is n grouping of daisies und bowknots set on above o pretty scroll pattern edge buttonholed the material crossbar dimity This IIs thirtytwo Inches square and costs CO cents The scarf is tho same price Another pretty idea is a pillowsbaa of fine dotted swiss hemstitched to a wirto border of sheer crossbar Price Ai fonts If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use I ifr f j P HERE AT HOME Cloverport Citizens Glatlly Tsify And Confidently Recomnund- Uoaiis Kidney Pills It lbI testimony like the following that has placId Donns Kidney Pills so fur above competitors When people right here nt home raise their voice In praise thero Iis no room left for doubt Read the public statement of a Cloverport citizenPrice Graham Railroad St plover port Kv says I can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that lives up representations For our years I suffered from disordered kidneys and the secretions from these organs were too frequent in passage obliging me to rise several times during the night Whenever I caught cold it was sure to settle in my kidneys and greatly aggravate my trouble My back ached severely and when I stoop ed I was seized by sharp twinges through my loins The ache in my back at night greatly disturbed my rest and in the morning I arose feeling lame nnd sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and languid Dunns Kidney Pills procured at Fishers Drug Store relieved me in a short time and it re quired but the contents of four boxes to effect n complete cure I cnn state that this cure has proven permanent and it therefore gives me pleasure to recom mend Doans Kidney Pills to other persons afflicted in a similar manner For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeaber the name Doans and take no other- CHANGING THE SUBJECT What Lincoln Said After Harvey End eda Two Hours Talk The lIon Peter Harvey time friend and biographer of Daniel Webster was a largo man with n small voim and that pomposity of manner that many very dlllldent men possess Above everything he valued and prid ed himself upon his friendship with the great expounder The llrst year of the war between the states hn went to Washington and on his return was asked how he liked President Lincoln Well he sold Mr Lincoln is a- very singular man I went on to see him mid told him that I had been an Intimate personal friend of Daniel Webster that I hnd talked with him so much on the affairs of the country that I felt perfectly confident I could tell him exactly what Mr Webster would advise In the present crisis nod tthereupon I talked to Lincoln for two solid hours telling him Just what he should do null what he should not do and will you believe It sir when I got through nil Mr Lincoln said was as ho clapped his hand on my leg Mr Ilarvoy what a tremendous great cult you have got Proof of Fairness- A frown developed on time counte minuet of tthe now patient as he stud led tho hilt the physician had handed him What do you mean he at length snorted by charging me S23 for a two weeks treatment when you charged Ilandersou only 10 for a treatment extending over the some length of time If you mean that I am not impar tial In my charges retorted the bris fling doctor I want you to distinctly understand tintt you have absolutely no foundation for your insinuation 1 ordered undersoil to eat three square meals a day while I forbade you tn oat more than one light lunch Now sir If you will mid it he cost of Ilandor sons meals to my charge of 10 and compare the result with time cost of your meals plus my charge of 25 you will obtain such proof of my equitable ness that you It you lire u man will humbly apologize to me for your un kind and unwarranted attack Chi cago News Foiling a Fakir A story used to be told nt Cairo of Sir Richard Owen during one of his sojourns in Egypt The great natural bit was seated in the shade on the ve randa ut Sheppenrds hotel when the inevitable snake harmer came to him and produced from his bag a lively specimen of tho horned asp the dead- lyI cerastes The professor gazed and nothing daunted stopped and plucked the horns from the mend ofthe reptile wriggling at his feet remarking to a bystander that the man would prou ably think twlco before trying to palm off upon any one clso u harmless snake as n cerastes by time aid of a couple of fish bones With anybody else the charmer would probably have succeeded Tie had tried it on the wrong man An Antiseptic Child Little Walter was always carefully guarded ngalnst germs Time telephone Was sprayed the drinking utensils itorllized nnd public conveyances und places worn forbidden him Father he said one night in a tono of desperation do you know what I am going to do when I grow up7 What asked his father preparing himself for tho worst Im going to east a germ Success Magazine Subscribe this very day 1 1 i W IWfJtLl I 1 I t tIYour Dollars Earning For You IIArefind no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in tho = = I BANK IF CLOVERPORTE with the interest compounded semiannually and no better way of paying your bills than bcbeck whereby you always haven record of payment 7OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US I I We have a seven year record of fair dealings with our customers and always cater to their wants when consistent with sound banking principlesii ft wAAY1 ArIt1twJWlt PBMiId1A MdA IA IPil M41A IRIi tWJV t 11- II tt- f Ii W H BOWMBII President A B S1tzu IAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIABLEIBRECKINRIDGE BANKtCloverport Ky Organized 1872i38 years of honorable delllinlI to its credit It has passed througli threePllnies and paid every 1 legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimeDeposltstc DIRECTORS t A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Downier t Jno C Jarboe O T Skillraan A R Fisher i i 1 r EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have n bank account WHYIBecause I ip Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else methodYourpaysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit A hank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business I To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our sjesII l1 The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co J x Hardinsburgi KII FOR BUSY FINGERS I Fancy Work Made of Soutache Braid With Crochet Lovely detachable collars and cuffs can be made with soutache in any cot or and silk crochet thread to match Trimmings for costumes are easily manipulated when made in this ivay and can readily be removed for the purpose of cleaning White braid with nor 8 D M 0 cot ton sad a No 4 crochet hook were used in making time sample Illustrated Fasten the thread to the end of the braid with a double stitch fotm a loop on tho braid over the first finger keeping the braid untwisted put the hook through the center of the braid close up to tile finger and pull the thread through then make another double stitch ten chain form i ito a picot through the double tstitch and repeat from four times Faston off neatly on time hack and cut the braid The ends ore sewn together on tho wrong side to keep them in place When a sufficient number of these mo ties fire made they are connected in the row of Ilcotft worked around the edges Fasten tho thread to tin braid in one of the petals onequarter of nn Inch from the center nine chain picot gpvou of them two chain ffston to the edge of the braid In such a way that the chain stitches Ho flat on the edge nnd repent the pleat twice One double stitch through the braid of the next petal at the same distance from the center and repeat from all round In the second timid succeeding JOUTACHE 1IIUID WITH OltOCHST motifs join to tho preceding in time cen ter of each picot on one of tho petals connecting the first and fourth petals in each For time straightening line at the top make a long treble into the first pleat on the second petal live chain ono double stitch into the second picot five chain one double stitch into the third two chain ono double stitch Into next pleat five chain oui dou ble Mitch into next five chain put the thrbld three times round the hook for a triple treble and Insert tho hook in the text picot pull the thread through two loops on tho needle then unread over tho needle ngnln and through tho pleat at opposite side on next motif hook the thread through these two then work off all on tho needle two at a time Repeat from For tho second row one treble into the first stitch of first row three chain ono treble into every fourth stitch to the end then work a row of four doublo stitches into every space Finish off by pressing on the wrong side with a warm Iron m 1 J t imrIICOLGeneral H J GORSUCHII I 1IrvingtonKentuckyI to cry your sale no matter where or what kind none too small to receive careful attention 1 IIWnnt from the day I book your sale Write or NoneII Cactlon for early guaranteed dates 15 years experience Terms A1UA W AMA r MI LITTLE RED spot If He Wore Bigger This Spider vfould Be a Real Peril Strangely enough the one really dangerous spider on time American conti nent la small obscure nnd practically unknown to popular or journalistic t hysteria Latrodectus mactans is its scientific name It is about the size of u largo pea black with a red spot on the bnclI useful danger signal and spins a small web in outhouses or around wood plies So far as Is known its poison Is the most virulent timid powerful drop for drop secreted by any living creature Cobra virus In the minute quantity which the Intro dectus glands contain would prob ably have no appreciable effect upon man whereas the tiny spiders yen om In the volume Injected by the cobras stroke would slay a herd of elephants Were this little known crawler as large as tho common black hunting spider of our gardens and lawns Its bite would bo almost In variably fatal Happily thotlrecl spots fangs being small and weak can with difficulty penetrate the skin and are able to Inject venom in dan gerous quantity only when time bite Is inflicted upon some tender skinned portion of tho body Nevertheless totalities consequent upon the bite of this Insect are sufficiently well attested to take rank as established sclen title facts Samuel Hopkins Adams in Everybodys Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Alpine Climbers Roller Skate Roller skating has become popular In the Alpine cities of Switzerland the streets being used The same Is true of Mannheim Germany American skates are popular Britain Yankees Chief Customer Nearly onehalf of the manufactured products of the United States 1TG 000000 out of a total of 071000000 go to British territory 1 0 J M 1 i I i- CenturyThe IN 1911 THE LIFE OF d MARTIN LUTHER y A great biography vivid dramatic readable Illus f tratedf2 Robert Hichenss THE DWELLER ON 4THE THRESHOLD- A powerful new hovel by tho author of Tile Gar If den of Allahits theme riJ psychicllre5elroh A rich and varied feast of good things for readers of The Century IN 1911 t JSendTHE CENTURY CO i UNION 5QUARB o NBW YORK I Little Girl Dies Addle Louise Beavin the three year old child of Mr and Mrs Burt BeavJn died last Wednesday Croup caused her death Shewas a lovely little girt and her sudden death wasa great shock 19ir yk- 1 f xSr r- u1 t r f in fL OWES HER i T v LIPE TO Lydia 13 Plnkhams Vegetable Compound Chicago IllIwas troubled with falllnRIL1ld Inflammation and the doc gotLWHIwell unless I I had an operation I knew I could not stand tho strain of one so I wroto to you sometime ago about my health and you told mo what to do After taking Lydia E VegetaIlble todaya well womnnrs V IILIAM AHUEXS 088 w aist St Chicago Ill Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harmful drugs and today holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medicine in the country and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in LynnMasscured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation ul cerationdisplacements fibroid tumors painsbackachoindigestion prostrationEveryherself to give Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial If you would like special advice about your case write a confiden tial letter to Mrs Pinkliam at Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful DELFT EMBROIDERY Smart Effects For Use In SuKiroar Cottages Delft embroidery is new and is most attractive in its cool dullness of tone for the summer rooih It Is nearly all worked in dull blue of several shades upon a sort of coarse butchers linen so nearly white that It can scarcely be called cream Aii of these bags ore faced with the lighter of the three shades of blue and I drawn up with corresponding ribbons- It must be remembered that the choice of color Is as Important a factor TO HOLD DAHNINO in this work us Is the design if the finished product Is to resemble delft wareVarying but slightly In Idea and gun oral effect the two bags show each a different little Dutch figure one of them knitting the other merely a face and both of thetaI done In a combina tion of stitchest Including outline solid skeleton cut slltnnl1 laid work Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky Oldverport Real Estate and Improve mont Co Plaintiff Against Widow and Heirs of J E Keys Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridjje Circuit Court rendered at October term thereof 1010 In the above cause for the sum of 200 with Interestfrom November 1 1005 until paid and also the further sum of 138 78 with interest from No vember 19 1908 until paid subject to 190bi145145 June 16 1009 1 Feb 10 IgOg 4March 15 190D 4 AbrIl 15i 190D 4 May 15 iOOg 4 and all costs herein I shall proceed to otTer for sale at the CourtHouse door In Hardinsburg to lehlghest bIdder at Public Auction r4ironn Monday the 28th day of November 1910 at one oclock pm or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towlt Lot No 40 in Brecklnrldge Addition to the City of Cloverport Ky having a frontage of 64 feet on front or First street and running back between par allel lines S 13 m 165 forming an oblong square 04 by 105 feet bounded qn 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 convey ance to the grantors hereof by Ernest A Read and Jane Read his wife i John Win Brlgstock and Emma May Brigstock his wife by deed dated 14th day of July 1905 Recorded In deed book No 66 page 440 Brecklnndjre County Clerks ollce Said prnperty t not being susceptible of division the same to be sold as a whole r The purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear= Jug legal intesest from the day of sale 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 debt interest ands L r f Approximated 1 cort 14603 LEE WALLS Commissioner r 0 Thty are used to Ihrlr bestt ndvnn tags In the niiTvliip out of each part of the doslgti as are also the several Hhnclfs of blue Dutch figure Klmllnr to these are carried out Ion whole Hup of art neodloworlt winding larger bags for the family mending laundry bugs bed room hangings mid couch eunhlons A prominent feature throughout the Ii hole lot of this delft blue fancy warn Is the standing or seated figure of n woman knitting She IIs charac teristic of her country n thrifty house mother providing for tier family by primitive means All of those figures are treated by that method known to the decorative artist a motliod that outlines Its most A KNITTINd BAG Impressive parts with a single1 darker line In this case It Is accomplished by outlining One of the bugs is intended for darer ing one for knitting and like designs may be applied to all sizes of work- bags on to many pieces of linen for use In the bedrooms of summer cottages N What A Famous Editor Says The editor ot the TaylorTrotwood Magazine wrote to one of his fries ta these words You ask me to notify you if I snw nn opportunity for a safe invest anent I have it for you I never knew until now what a goof opportunity for a money making investment this maga zine afforded You ask me to let 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 Oue share of stock per value 1000 and a perpetual subscrip tion to the magazine both for 10 Let us have your order now This opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenn o t++ p + etot+ 1010 33GOOD ROAD ITEMS L y y y tj fff f= Ing roads iiEscnmblucounty Fin is Inft vestlgatlng the cost and advan iii tapes of shell roads tSpain Is planning a circuit t j 4j There Is a movement on foot + iori 4 Sxf road in tbo United States 44000 + I miles rank as first class Zi Williamson county Tex will 4 4tloni t 1road1 I ftroadThe Boys Booster club of Iron C efroads soldiers In I in have male Citizens their asked between parish of for a MissouriII for good roads The Automobile Club of In diana Is offering 300 in cash tprizes to the road supervisors ikeepingi White sulphite waste a by t t product In the manufacture of 4 I wood pulp Is being used In parts y fot New York to make a road tsurface The experiment Is be 4 Ing watched with Interest l et1o For the Tea Drinker Those women who nro fastidious In regard to their ten will be Interested lu a new teapot that seems to have reached perfection It is simple too Inside thepot there Is a ten ball its chain passing through the knob on the cover of the pot This ball Is filled with tea anti Is drawn up Into a hol low in the cover Freshly boiled water Is poured Into the pot and the steam arising from it moistens tho tea After n few min utes the ball Is lowered into the water then raided when sufficient strength has been extracted all this without lifting the lid of tbo pot Price In polished copper or nickel 5 III have been somewhat costive but Doans Regulets gave just the result de sired They act mildly dnd regulate the bowels perfectly George B Krause 306 Waluut Ayei Altcoua Pa J b L J The Famous R7bGives the Best Light at Any Price When you pay more than the Rayo price for a lamp you are paying for extra decorations that cannot add to the quality of the light You cant pay for a better light because there is none An oil light has the least effect on the human eye and j the Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made t though low In price You can pay510- or 20 for some other lamp and although you get a more costly lamp you cant get a better light than the white mellow diffused unflickering light of the low priced Rayo Has a strong durable shadeholder This sea sons burner addsto the strength and appearance Made of solid brass nickeled and easily polished Once a Rayo User Always One Dealers Evtrywht 11 not alyours urift fer descriptive TT circular to fthe nearest agency fftht Standard Oil CompanyIncorporated GRAVEL ROAD- CONSTRUCTION Two Economical Methods De scribed by an Expert VERY LITTLE SAND rNEEDED Screened Gravel Is the Most Suitable Material to UseWinter Treatment Considered the Cheaper Advice on the Mending of Highways Representative William W Cocks of Long Island who has built several gravel roads and has found them very satisfactory tells how they can be con structed economically To the minds of most people he says when we speak of n gravel road comes the Idea of coarse sand such as they have seen dumped on the road from time to time and frequently In such quantities that It did not mix properly with the loam and hence there was a soft sandy road which Is the worst road In the world for haul Ing heavy loads over What I menu by a gravel road is screened gravel or gravel that may be fount In some banks that would be suitable for road construction without screening but It should not contain over 10 per cent of sand in most instances unless one were to use a very thin coat and over a road that was of very deep loam when It would be well enough to allow a little larger percentage of sand but otherwise I prefer It to carry as little sand ns possible There are two methods in which this kind of road cofild be constructed One is by the formation of a trench treating It very much us we do a road for macadam and then putting In the gravel about eight Inches deep mixed with a little loam or clay anti I11e lieve that now It would be wise to put some tar on the top course In the construction of this roiul 1 would lay It In two courses provided I wereI go lug to use tnr in the upper course There would lu some dllhVtilty In pot ling a gravel road to parkI If It were laid In eight Inche thick nod It should be done In the wtnnr time useless tint expects to haul a good deal tit water and use a roller Itr fur the most wo nomlfiil way to build a gravel road Is 10 spread about two Inches on the or llnary surface of a road Ithat hits hero nrevlouslv cleared of nil deidznil Good News iiII write tto tell you the good news that Cardul has helped me so much and justtworth its weight in gold writes Mrs Maryan Mar shall of Woodstock Ga uI do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and everylady 52Take keCARDUII The Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders draggingdownfeelings youfeelout and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladies and if you will only give it a trial you will be thankful ever after 1 r I A OIUVED ItOAU- From Good Roads Magazine New YorkJ I worn out materialI tint would never pack again and then plow the road and put the gravel on about three or four Inches deep and just allow the tralllc to work It in and have a tuna continuously along the road fur two or three weeks with a rake to fill In tho ruts and pick out any of the too large gravel stones as the top surface should contain no stones larger than a hickory nut- Another method of constructing this road which would be still more economical would be to spread the gravel on In November or December Spread It over the road about two or three Inches deep and repent during the winter ns the tralllc works It Into the mud I am assuming now that we have a rond that would get muddy In the winter time and one that would have a clay or loam bottom or a large percentage of loans If we are to deal with n sandy rond It will be necessary to put a considerable percentage of clay or loam with the sand prior to the spreading of the gravel I have built quite a number of pieces of road In this manner by putting the gravel on during the winter tnd they have been very satisfactory One of the greatest dlfllcultles with a great many people In mending roads in my Judgment Is that they endeavor I to patch up the road Instead of plow lug it up and letting the whole mass settle at once Some people have an Idea that tralllc will make a road level Trafllc will mash down some lumps and some of the coarso gravel but It the material Is not evenly spread or the road not properly graded when It Is constructed It will grow worse that Is more uneven as time goes on It IIs time well spent In the grading of a new road to go over It Innumerable times with n road machine In order that the grade may be made perfect In the beginning and I know of a great many roods In Nassau and Suffolk counties New York now which If they could be plowed up and have 11 little sand put In some places and a little loam In others then be thoroughly graded with a rond machine and have a little gravel added during the winter would be good all tit year round for wagons or automobiles and If they were oiled they could ho rendered Just as dust proof ns a macadam road Children Cry FOR FLETC- HEkSCASTORIA SOME SMOKE AT MICHIGAN University Student Heavy on Tobacco Also Chewing Gum A student lu the University of Mlob Ignu who has a mnniii for finding out nbout everything on earth has jiwt made the rounds of the different places where cigars tobacco nhd ciga rettes are sold and has found out that students at the university smoked lu 1000 132210 cigars K5180 boxes of cigarettes 52000 packages of smoking tobacco Including 30000 packages of cigarette tobacco 7000 packages of cigarette paper and 0850 cuts of chew ing tobacco There were also sold 77410 packages of chewing gum and 100000 bars of nut chocolate presumably consumed by the coeds Texas Empire In Size None of the monarchies of Europe with the exception of Russia can show a larger area than that of Texasi She possesses G7000 square miles more of territory than the kaisers realm Closely Populated l Fortythree per cent of the families It Vienna live Ina single room each j c Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 r 1471 145 I 146 142 1 144 148 PlI Uilly I 40pmIsI11STATIONS Ually I 1pL Dolly Uelly 21 pm 4 LVLOUISVILLu Ar 1Ioum12 Wpm 4Opm fl13 f STHAWIIHUUV rl 3i a- uIlstlUFM 112 2 f5 oa torn MRDOKAST1TKS ffJ 42 fI2 13 110S i511 to u to 30 12 IR f7 P n IT KATllKYSWBsTIOINT rt201001 531 021 WBsTIOINTIIOWAItD 01 1201 6 W K S3 WSI- f5 01 31 fB 80- fG IlAltIJKS tttMmlfO 46 I ar roa KOOIC llAVbN 41 f6 41 ftf40 LuNO IIKANCII tit ill la IIJ t66i 0 49 HKANDKMIUltU 11x tl236 M tfl M KKItON L In1 6 laeos floor OUtiTUN its nt11 tI tit10 48 1I16tl25 10 lit tVJO tON h41 It o a01 roai no 10- is WMISTHIt no b t64ae no 27 Lomiiuuu 10411 lC1U riU41m51l fsa0 58 10 4- 4rrce STEPHBNSIOKT 107 514no 43- tr ADDltiUN it0 tll in r w oi no so 11011 nu 2II tr u4 o ILrnlll 7 I IIIl 00 i OIOVKUloht SUMS n 3 57 to OJi 4 57 s 15 in 12 FT sT SKILLMAN f058 fs02 w 10 sI1 11 45 jIlT U 18 UAWKsVIILE 4311 a 43 400 7 5 2303fit 237a f04tt 7 69 ill 37- 04ft LRWISlOUT IA xfl17 t131 1 rJf805 WA1T41AN fW17 t1 23 715di063 I aO jf7 a1 DtJTOlI rlB 1iSRim 8 3flT isibjimI O iv I IiOltO 150 18 4j 3 45 0 55 CONA 40r 0 t6Ut1t681T17 40 fit 03 atNICIY5LIN7 40 21t01 10 le7 58 1 013sOiII oe 3U 865 505pm1 65 10 15 1 30 KVANSVIUK t liS 17 10 ami 2 30 7 loam 7 40pm ST LOUIS gOO ptn 18 W um lr f Stopson Signal Where no time shown trains IX NOT STOP StLouis man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Clovorport to discharge passengers from oast of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to dischargelpassengers from west of Cloverport u Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsville East Bound Second Class 1st Claw lst Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONSlLSSUU MixedDailyos8unduv 1 1110pmf6551 lOGOf70D 30f7s7S3 012 sll 4D Junction s9 22 s2 25 k s731 6lD llS4om llardlnsburg sO 17 210h 10f7501 100117i7954s8sN 10 7 UtU s12116Dempster a 36s12 45 0 u 43 936fS3li931CHa11842 730 f126 Oaks fS 18 f 13 13 023 915Sm 9 3 O RARHNOTON 5 41iUo HOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of RoughnoulvD ucJnu I I SecondClassJI 27 25 wentIntoulVe 24 26J1Mixed Passenger POSlcnltcr 111 1010 ut 1163 Ip m Passenger Passenger Mixed MondayWcdlltyWcansuy1LIlfIrhlFrldyOnly115pn1230unaI 840am DKitlSTUIt 8uatn 12 hpm I 1 ip m5 to l ISham n 00Ii rn I FArro lH RolTP II siis II In 1n n I05pm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business I If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf 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 lotus introduce you to the man who has the very property yon are looking for Vo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business iIf yon want cash for your property send price and description at once and let 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 sales JnoDBabbage 950 UT acres 3W miles north of Hard nrandenburgroadtortmprovlJmeqts tobaccoIuformaLlou C7 100 1J0 acres 2 mlles from GustODpo r V 3 miles from Irvlnaton wel watered IILJII well Rood 9oungorchardgood yardtroroomdwelllnlgood barns birn and tonont house and cis tern back In tho field tueut and lion house i plentyofuddrcsJuoS2 OOOFor 160 acres tour tulleswestof brILII11braUroadalltrclIl1 bestcornnelhoorhoodplenty lag log dwelllnR 2 rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for tarts purposes t Rood land to clear Price F2000 H cash roIt SALEA farm contalnIng2SO acres and under fence A nice cottage ct the51 rooms two cisterns u walled collar with u store room over It two uooJ stock barnsone tenant house about 50081010 and peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vinyard of choicest grapes SOO acres cleared balance tll woods 145 acres la grass several Krovesof black locust sulllelunt for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near GUron on L 1L k St L U It price Is iiiOO or long and easy payments jOlt SALEA splendid stand for a drug isl physician In a good town surroundcfl by good prosperous farmers This Is Just the place tor some young physician to step Into a good practice and a good drug business An old establlsho physician wants to retire Is the reason tor selling Nor further partto ulars address JNO 1J HAlinAGE Oloyer port Kv HAVE you over tried to sell your old I clothes Tho only way you can sell them is to talk about them show them and keep after tho person until you got tho money in your pocketbook Its the same way with everything else you have to talk about it before you can sell itand the best way to be heard is through the home paper Put an ad in the want column at le a word an ad in tho locals at lOc a line and you will sell that old stove that baby buggy or gasoline en gine This can bo done through THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i t r y at t- J t 1 + w g 1 k fi14nt f + IAi tKid i i V J a4 F y 5u Is the Drug Store ThatI tP rifhh d b PhI e ar Ins urg armacy will save you money I iI i a 1 IRVINGTON NEWS a First College Entertainment Sue cessfulMrs Julia Clarkson III in ChicagoPer 4sonalNotes r Mr and Mrs Tony McCoy of Lou Isvlllc are to como down this week to spend the Thanksgiving holidays withi Mr and Mrs G L Brady Miss Ireno Mattingly of Axtel was the guest of Miss Beulah Mudd lasit week r Miss Bessie Bentley has accepted a position as assistant cashier in the E H Shelman Co Bank 4 H C Hart was the week end visitor of relativesl in Baskett i Mrs A D Pulliam will return home today from Cincinnati after spending some time with her sister Mrs B F Marshall Mrs Henry Yager who has been visiting her sister Mrs E S McAfee 1 has returned to her home in Clover portMr and Mrs W J Piggott have gone to Louisville to see the foot l game between the Manuel and ballI Scool boys Their son Joe tackle in the game on Thanksgiving Wallace Claycomb of Louisville i i the guest of relatives here and at Webster while he is out hunting T Edgar Hardaway and Walter Harrison have returned from a few daysi trip to the Mammoth Cave The MIsCaady were the hostess last evening of a book party given at psi their beautiful country home Theret d were four tables of players Delicious I refreshments were served c Miss Maud Furrow of Kingswood iis the guest of her sitter Mrs A T AdkinsMr and Mrs Foster Lyons Jr of Big Spring were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons for a few days this week C J Carnegie and friend Josephl Telford of Plttsbure will return this week from a ten days stay In the South visiting friends in Atlanta ti Charleston and Jacksonville c 6Mrs N annie J Watheu has returnedi from Louisville where she has been for the past month Mist Reba Lewis after being the guest of Miss Nellie Smith for a few days left for her home in Fordsvill SaturdayMiss Hazelctte has returne1 from Evansvllle where she visited1 Mrs Wilbur Whitlngton Mrs Lou IB IL Jiily and Aliases EAU and Mabel McGiuihlan sac Flaire Jolly will leave today for Louisville to 1 1spendthe Thanksgiving holidays with r friends Mrs Nannii Robertson and two daughters Mrs Harry Hell of Gus ton and Mrs G E Kagln of Fords 4 wine spent part of last week as the guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Ash z craftNews has reached friends and relatives here of the serious condition of raMrsJulia Clarkson at St Lukes hos ItlJIk ltiMcc- ladies t tII Goat Suits I Now in the time to buy N Coat suit as my stock c 11 and you can find till IIyournow things in suits nil linings that aro guaranteed for two seasons I prices i 1 81 ft I1500I1 1 qII goatladies S Cloaks tt going at reduced prices IIall quick and get tho of them before they fjgo Childrens Bear skin and caps to match t IIclonlR 150 to 250 pltdll In Chicago She was taken t while en route to North Dakota to vlsi her daughters Mrs H H Kemper and Mrs A M Hardaway J M Mudd has gone to Louisville and Bowling Green on a few days business trip Mrs Kate Bennett has gono to Ow cnsboro to be with her mother Mrs Lizzie Fisher until after the holidays Mrs Katherine Wimp after a short stay with her son J R Wimp left for Owensboro Friday to continue her visit as the guest of her daughter Mrs Alice Brashear The Irvington citizens and community at large had tho pleasure of attending the first entertainment given at the new college which was on last Friday evening The special feature of the evening was musical given by the pupils underthe leadership of Mrs Louis H Jolly Each one acquitted themselves with honor and those as sembled feel justly proud of the efforts that are being made along this line After the program was completed Prof Martin organized a Literary Club which resulted in the election of the following officers W J Piggott president H B Head vicepresident J C Payne secretary and Dr S P Parka treasurer Interesting discus sloes and talks by a number of the citizens were made which brought out many good points relative to the growths of the college We are indeed gladII that such a club like this has been or ganized In the town and hope it will be of much help to the people TheII exact date of the next meeting has notJJ been decided upon but will be an nounced laterii Mr and Mrs 0 F Brite returned Sunday from a short visit to his par ents Mr and Mrs W G Brite of Lewisport Mrs Jas Bolin spent yesterday in Louisville shopping The Thanksgiving service will be held at the Baptist church on Thurs day morning at 10 oclock Rev R F Adair Presbyterian minister will do the preaching If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use HARDINSBURG Hon John P Haswell lleft fast week for Circleville Ohio to visit relatives until after Thanksgiving See Dr Walker for your dental workI Judge and Mrs Milton Board left last week for Louisville to spend theII winter with their son Dr Milton Board at Boards Sanitarium Mrs E B English after a visit of two weeks to her sister Mrs Marvin Beard returned Thursday to her home in Owensboro She was accompanied by her mother Mrs Judith DeJarnett Mrs Gus Shellman was in Louisville a few days last week shopping Mr and Mrs Morris Beard Loft Sun day to spend the week in Louisville 11 H Beard of the Bank of Har dinsburg made a business trip to Big Spring Thursday Miss Mary Emma Baker daughter of Edits Hats Nice lino of readytowear- hats at greatly reduced prices to what you will have to pay olsowhoro I am also agent for Edi aon and lice ords Vhnot try one for Christmas Como in and see the Machines and hear tho New played illw nDJRnn e J11 nsIIAND AIVfUISJITIOlM jjTheseason will soon be open The and best guns on the IW market at the lowest and best prices in and see our stock f We carry L C Smith Remington and a number of other hammer less guns Also double and single barrel hammer guns Full and complete linecome and see us before you buy Hunting coats Icaps and legglnsFJ D ASHCRAFT Irvlngton KyI Dr J E Baker formerly of Hardins burg came Friday to visit Misses Annie L and Clara Whltworth Dr Baker is moving from Centertowu to HawesvilloMrs Smith is spending Thanksgiving in Louisville the guest of relativesMr Mrs M D Beard are spending the week in Owensboro the guests of Rev and Mrs E B English Dr J E Kincheloe attended a medical meeting in Louisville Thursday An aged couple of color were mar rl jn town Wednesday The groom was Perry Duncan who is 77 and who ventures upon the matrimonial sea for the third time The bride Caroline Braxton aged 74 luis been married once before Their home is near Har nedH J Roberts has purchased for 8900 the Southern Methodist parsonage to which he will move December 1 A new parsonage is likely to be built at an early date If suitable propefty can be secured a purchase may take the place of erecting a new building Licenses were issued to Frank Mc Quady to wed Elveigh Robards both of Cloverport and to John T Waller of Hopklnsville to wed Evelyn Bra shear Herndon of Irvington If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner IRe Willett returned Friday night from Cynthiana where he had been attending the Association of BaptistsMrs V C Duvall who recently un derwent an operation at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville is at home and is doing nicely Her sister Mrs Shel ley Chandler of Milton Ky is with her and will remain for some time Homor Eskridge who went to visit his sister Mrs Tom Richardson of Birmingham Ala has secured em ployment there and may remain in definitelyRarely has Hardinsburg heard as good a series of sermons as was de Big line of Ladies and Mens and Childrens Under ear at lowest consistent with good mer chandise All the now things in Ladies Neokwcar Also and Collar Pins Full lino Groceries inI both and Fancy Lonnie McGUl of is vis iting relatives In town Miss Laura DeBardeloben who has boon with Miss Tula Daniel for sometime left last week for her home in Maxey of the High School accompanied by J H Pile attended the Glen Dean Teachers Association Saturday Mr and Mrs Chas Gross of Bew leyville were guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Witt Sunday Miss Fannie Moorman of Glen Dean was the guest of Miss Margaret Peyton Sunday livered by Dr Fellows of Louisville for the two weeks preceding Sunday night when the meeting closed The protracted meeting began at the Baptist church Monday night The preaching Is being done by Rev Wil lett a nephew of the Joe Walz attended church at Paynes vllle Sunday Mrand Mrs Robert Nortonof visited Clint Philpot Sun day Henry Cashman was near Garfield Monday and Tuesday putting up stones Taylor Compton and family and Mar tin Claycomb and boys spent Sunday at W L Blacks Miss Maud Brown of Union Star is spending several days with Jier sister Mrs Nellie Miller Frank Waist spent Sunday with his parents at Hawesville Mrs Katherine Schmidt died Sun day at 10 a m and was buried on the place Monday at 2 p m Jack Hartly of Louisville visited A N Miller a few days last week Geo W Dodson was burled here last Saturday evening- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use JW will Ask the aii the Bolt Hats and Mens Hats and Caps to them as I have a nice line and can you money on them Poplins in all colors Panama 42inches wide at 50c per yard All Wool Serge 36in ekes wide at per yard All Wool Black Dress Goods fine quality at 1 M inches wide Silks waists at 50c and per yard Nice patterns all Satins in Black at 65c to 1 a yard GLEN DrPE Dempster went to Irving to be at the bedside of his fatherinlaw Foster Lyons is very ill D C Moorman attended funeral of Clark Moorman at Moorman John Bridges is in Louisville week Miss Francis of Falls 61 Rough was home Saturday and day Mr Lon Keith of Eliabethtown has been visiting relatives has returned home John Dean has returned to his home in Owensboro after a days hunt Miss Jessie Lyons of McQuady and Miss Pate of Mattingly are the guests of Miss Eula Miller Judge Moorman was in Tuesday V E has returned from Louisville Mr and Mrs Ernest Eskridge are the guests of Mrs Eskridges parents near Falls of Rough Miss Mollie Moorman has returned to her home after a weeks stay in JIardinsburg Fred Roby to Fordsville Silt urdayE E Glasscock is in Grayson coun ty this week visiting If the is not to good for you Lewisport Best is the flour you ought to use 1 filled the pulpit atJJ the Baptist church Sunday and two very interesting sermons J R Winchel closed a very successful J meeting at Jolly Station last 1 week He was assisted by Rev E B i English of Owensboro Mrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman are visiting at Yelvlngton frSsflfift ithNdNES y WtoM tAttNJ lIensand Boys Clothing BIG lisle of Clothing to select from at prices that astonish you see wool Suits guaranteed by maker be absolulely allwool 2250 Suaits 1750 20 Suatts 15 15s s 1250 sits 10 giJC10atTrimmed Phonographs Records finest Come Kentucky Underwear prices Ladies Neckwear Staple Louisville AlabamaPrincipal pasto- rRAYMOND Lodiburg Caps Do not forget see save Dress Goods OIflJ125c 50c for now 3Gincheswide I DEAN ton Saturday who the Ky this Moorman Sun who few town Nenllng went best flour STEPHENSPORT Rev Shepherd delivered Rev lJWbWMW to Kirschbaum to 11150 65c Blankets JOCO5cBlankets worth OOcat tCBlankets worth 01 125 at OliUU Blankets worth 150 at j 125 Blankets worth 2 at 150 124 Blankets extra good white only at198A- ll Wool Blankets from 350 to 5 per pair Christmas Is 1 Near Put on your thinking cap and select a nice gift for those you love Dont be deceived by the glitter of cheap jewelry in dry goods groceries and drug stores Go to the Experienced Jewele- rEngraving Free Beautiful line of Silver and Gold T C LEWISI r Hardinsburg Ky Miss Abbie Whittinghill leaves this evening for her home in Fordsville to spend Thanksgiving Master Otto Fox is able to be up after a few days illnessOJMr and Mrs Norton of Clifton Mills were guests of Mrs E T Connor Sunday afternoon after returning from the funeral of her mother Mrs Rhoda Wheeler at Rome Ind MrsjramesIK P H Nevltt left Sunday for Irv ngton 9 J If the best is not too good for you ewlspprt Best Flour is the flour you ought to use adUIAV9iW1AlAItt f Shoes Star Brand Shoes are better I1 Allsolid leather no cut of Ie vamps ask to see tho cele brated work shoo stronger than the law at 300 tho tf best shoo on earth for the money Mens fine shoes in patent leather gun met al box calf and viCiall the late styles to please i if both young and old ii- J Ladies shoesrerere- in f button gun metal pat t ent leather cruvenettottopslate styloall the now styles and lasts in pat ont lleather gun metal viIoi in lace ask to see Toss and Ted school shoes c for children hf It IEd F 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