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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v w U J I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSa ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1910 8 Pa x es NO 21 WALLS TRENT i ilir Wedding Beautifully Solemnized f At The Baptist Church In I 4- i liardinsburff Thanks i f giving I jI Hardiiisburg Nov 23 Special Be I Hutliullv and uupresively was the wedding I at the Baptist church Tbauksglv tug which united the lves of Miss Jud I 1itiWalls daughter of Mr and Mrs- fIiIWUUII of Hardiusburg and Mr Joe Trent Custer- Decorations II of ferns palms aud the I greens made the church beautifully ap pr priate for this pretty wedding with b eimony impressively prououuced by Rev JJ Willett the pastor iu charge FlImmediately preceding the ceremony j Misses Katie Eskridge Maud Smitb Maggie aud Ella Ahl Martha and Isa bel Gardner Meda Ditto and Emma Ahl alt dressed in white occupied the choir I seats and remained there throughout I the solemnization of the niarriage Miss Hallie Brown presided at the organ and as Lohengrins beautiful wed ding march was played the two ushers Messrs Raymond Dowell and Clevlaud Brock entered followed by the bride on the arm of her brother Dave Walls Who gave her away At the altar they were met by the groom and his best man Mr Henry Trent of Louisville- Mendelssohnvas played asRev Wil lett pronounced the ceremony The bride dressed in a tan suit and carrying brides roses never looked pret tier Mrs Trent was one of Hardiusburgs most popular girls She has a host of friends and with her sweet disposition aud pleasant manners wins admirers wherever she goes Thee groom is one of the hest known young men in the county and is oue of the most prosperous and energetic young meu of which Breckenridge boasts They left soon after the wadding for their home near Cust- erSTEPIIENSPORTfI tf Rev Jarboe of Kingswood filled his SundayGrandmother Dowell is visiting her son William of near Union Star s o Barney Gardner and sister Miss Mary of Hawesville and the Misses Mitchell of Reed Station were guests P of Mr and Mrs Barbee several days last week It Miss Nannie Hall of Union Star is 1 the guest of her aunt Mrs R A g Smith Hi MrttndMrs Harland Morgan and family are visiting relatives near Sam- ple g Miss Vernie Smith who has had 1 typhoid fever for some time is improv SIn t 4 Mrs Olivia Lay left Saturday for Li New Albany to spend the winter with v her daughter Mrs Sam Reynolds Haswell of Hardinsv Mrs Godfrey iJburgk was called to the bedside of her Mother who was very ill for several diysiast week Edgar Lee WatHngton of Evansville was the guest of his grandmother Mrs iIfludtth1Watlin ton last week iMxy and Mrs Richard Beard and family of Hardinsburg were guests of tlm and Mrs Scott Bell Saturday and 11daytl clrI Mrs Ida Nottingham of Lodiburg Itwastj e guest of Mrs J W Schoop Sunday 9erden Payne filled the place at the lops a night operator a part of last wyweek v ReV Winchell is holding a meeting jiitBeyieyvIHe I Dr P H Nevitt and family spent ThtjkStving with relatives near Irv tbnMr t and Mrs Chas Tinius were tiMts of relatives In the country last II Yftek They will leave soon for Florida C tozgond thevintor- II ijlite Georgia Basham was the guest lrt Warner Deicknfan a few days last week II tlr best is not too good for you OOirtrt Best Flour is the flour you iftt Use lb Presbyterian Bazar ThirPreabyteriau Bust wl11 open Dec it KIM Evelyn Hicks room former Dr1 Jfewfloms officeonMalnSt UMt1lU arid rafreahment9 will bely t ly lyw I TOBINSPORT BELLE Weds At EvansvilleMiss Mabel England And Mr John Hamilton Hartley Married Wedding bells chimed to the marriage of John Hamilton Hartley and Mabel England on the morning of Tliauk giving Nov 24 1910 at eleven oclock Rev Mr Farmer officiating at Trinity M E parsonage on Third and Client nut Streets Rvansvllle Ind the bride being given away by her father Jas S England during the pretty little ring ceremony the company then repairing to the brides home on 0h street where all enjoyed a goodold fashioned country turkey dinner Mr Hartley is the youngest of four sonsof Mrs Comfort Heartley of Worthington Indj and for the past five years has been employed as train dispatcher at the E T H depot in Evansville Iud and in his business capacity and among his associates both old and young none are ever spoku of in more prais worthy terms for sociability and up rightness of character as a gentleman and friend than Jack And Miss Mabel only daughter of Jas and Grace England of Tobinsport Ind is well known and liked among the many pleasure loving friends she has iu Bud around Hawesville Cannel ton and Tobinsport Thepast two years she has been in the employe of John Erskine hay and grain merchant as stenographer She is the niece of Mrs J P Hawley of this city where she has frequently visited The young couple will make their home with the brides mother this winter buying themselves a home in the spring Hancock Clarion LODIBURG Walnut Grove School Gives Enter tainment That Reflects Great Credit On Teacher And Pupils Messrs Henry Bandy John Gibson aud Misses Way Bandy and Angie Gib son of Irvington attended church at Walnut Grove last Sunday and took dinner with Miss Mamie Adkisson Miss Pearl Mays of Webster attend ed church at Walnut Grove aud was the guest of Miss Mollie Adkhson last Sun day Miss Annie Lee Hardin Twho has been visiting her brother Alaska K Hardin in St Louis for the past six wetks returned home last Tuesday Roy Philpot and Miss Nellie Henry of Brandenburg were the guests of Miss Nina Hardin last Sunday Coleman Sbelmau was the guest of Miss Nell Cashman last Sunday Mrs Smith of Sugar Tree Run died last Sunday She was interred in the Raymond Cemetery The Box supper given at the walnut Grove School house list Friday night by the teacher Mrs Lizzie Ater for the benefit of the Walnut Grove School Library was quiet n success The pro ceeds amounted to eight dollars The recitations and singing was fine The teacher cannot be too highly compli mented for the way she had trained the pupils to recite and act their recit ationsWelcoms Address Lucile Keys Homeless Chdreu Bessie Speaks Find Rainbows Lora Keys The School Room Macloua Blanch Robertson- A Grevious Complaint Hobert Keys Rock Me TO Sleep Lucile Parr The exercises were opened with the song America The programme was delightfully attractive Those who took part were Bessie Sparks Lora Keys Blanch Robertson Hobert Keys Lucile Parr Willie deacon Evert Robertson Ada Pearl Payne Lula Parks Frank Speaks Nina Hardin Estelle Deacon Eldan Parr Emmore Bandy Werda Parks Julia Hardin Way Bruce V11 burn Keys Ruby Payne Marvadine Basham Mayme Shaw The closing song was Evening Bells was sung and the audience left very grateful for the program Claud Grant has gone to Florida to locate Hepry Lancaster in the guest of friends at Eatlingtou Born to the wife of Carlt Payne Nov 20th a girl named Mary Mrs Ruth Head of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Mary Adkisson Mr and Mrs Charlie Pay HK visited their grandmother Mrs AVatlitigton of Ij GrC r kY rryr I LONG COURTSHIP Culuminates Into Happy Marriage Miss Cummings And Mr Black Marry Thanksgiving After a courtship of fourteen years Miss Emma Cummings anti Mr Allen Black were united in marriage Thursday afternoon ac 330 oclock The wedding took place at the home of the brides brother Mr Robert Cummings of Owensboru The ceremony was solemnized in the presence of relatives by the Rev Everetts English The bride is a lovely young woman and for ten years has made her home with Mrs Grant Gregory of this city Mr Black is a member of the firm of Miller Black and a highly thought of young man They have many friends here who wish them perfect happiness Uniou Star on Thanksgiving aud par tookof abigtutkey Mrs A M Hardin and her mother Mrs BUeniau are visiting relatives at VIncennes Ind Fred Claycomb is very ill with the ty phoid fever at this writing Dan Haynes of Sample has moved to Lodiburg and will work with W B Argabright in the blacksmith shop George W Bishatn was most agreebly surprised on Thanksgiving by his child ren cooking and taking him one of the finest dinuets he ever had the pleasure of enjoying The tone groaned under the weight of the good things It was a dinner fit for the gods and all left wishing Mr Basham might live to enjoy many such feasts Those present were Mr and Mrs Will Bislmui and family Mr aud Mrs Bets Hardin aud daughter Mr and Mrs Jonas Bisuani and family Your humble scribe had the pleasure of being one of the invited guests at the banquet giver by the Old Bachelors Club of Webster or tilE club of the lucky 13 They held thtir banquet at Mr Clyde English We first had supper compose I of roasted oppossutns baked hens quails on toast oyster soup and other things to numerous to mention After supper we had some fine speaking by H 0 Haddock aud Clvde Eug lish the President of the clubaml D F Hai din also gave a talk Then we had some fine music given by Mr Tom Me Gavocks phonograph We all left thank tug Mr Clyde English and the numbers of the club for the grand time that we the invited guests had enjoyed If the best is not too good for you Lewispurt Best flour is the flour you ought to use CUSTER Irwin Taylor who came home to spend Thanksgiving with his parents returned to his school on Sunday Creed Meador of Iryington is the guest of his sister Mrs Forest Alex ander until Kit his niece gets much better from her recent illness Mr and Mrs Rice Carlton with their son Lee arrived Thursday to visit Mrs Carltons parents Mr and Mrs Hugh Springate They were in the neighborhood only a few days Levi Butler and mother will not move to their newly purchased farm as at first planned but will winter in Custer Instead Miss Kit Alexander is convalescing Perhaps in another week she will be able to continue her school duties Daniel Davis was in Hardinsburg ThursdayMiss Trent has returned from Hardinsburg after a pleasant visit of a week among friends Henry Trent came home from Louisville to remain until after the marriage of his brother Joe Trent Mr Charlie Alexander who has been clerking in Alexander Piles store for the past two years has sev ered his connection with the firm and has gone to Louisville to make the city his future home Mr and Mrs Perry Alexander have moved into their new home on College StIn honor of Mr and Mrs Joe Trent a dinner party was given at his home to the following Miss Carrie Wall Mss Mary Wall David Wall Daniel Davis Mr and Mrs Rice Carlton Miss Elizabeth Taylor Miss Esther Meadpr Henry and Daisy Trent and Lee Carlt onDavid Wail accompanied by Miss Eliza Taylor and Miss Esther Meador went to Hardinsburg Wednesday to at tend the marriage flIl Judith Waltt w c f tJr WM MCCARTY Dies At OwensboroFuneral Held At Whitesville last Thursday Was EiffhtyFour Years Old Mrs rhos H Bates attended the fun eral of her father Wut McCarty at Whitesville last Tuesday The inter ment took place in the Ellis graveyard M Mccarty tiled at the h rote of his sou SS McCarty of Owensboro and would have been eighty live years old next February He wn3 a farmer all his life and was well known having lived in U ivis county since he was a boyHe is survived by his wife and six children J N Wt aud S S Mc Cnrty fluid Mrs Clay Willhoyte of Owensboro Mrs Thos B Bites of Tar Conk mind Mrs Chas Sutton of Mem phis Tenu McGAVOCKS Geo Matthews of Rockvale was here last week looking for a location Mrs Sallie Friel of Plato Center III is here the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Knight Mrs Mary Murray is at Cannelton for an extended visit with relatives Francis Friel from the West is here the guest of his mother Mrs John RyanThe farmers have about finished gathering corn They report a light yield owing to heavy rains during the summerMiss Lissie Pumphrey was the guest of her aunt MrsSallie Gross of Holt a few days last week Miss Maggie Ryan of near Hardins burg is here to spend the winter with relativesSeveral from here have been attend ing the protracted meeting in progress at Patesville The preachers are Rev Joe Duggins of Harned and Rev Rob ert Oldham of Falls of Rough Mr and Mrs John Knight and child ren spent Thanksgiving at Tom Gar rets of near Balltown Mr and Mrs O DeHaven of Clover port visited her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Pumphrey this week Misses Leona and Ida Garret are here the guests of their sister Mrs Pearl Knight Quite a number of the patrons gath ered at the school house Friday afternoon and enjoyed a spelling match and literary program rendered by the pu pilsIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use and Mr Juc Trenton Thursday Mrs Ann Bruce after spend ing some two months visiting her brother Mr George Harned and their relatives has returned to her home Logan Butler made a business trip to Brandenburg Wednesday Business called Forest Alexander to Brandenburg Friday returning Satur dayIf youLewlsportought to use Goes to Mass Dear Editor Please change my paper from 78 Church St Newport R I to 6 Trask St Danvers Mass We leave here Saturday Nov 26 for the winter as my seasons work is finished We go to Danvers to fight the Gypse moth the greatest enemy of trees in America Mass has spent millions of dollars in trying to exterminate them but it is an uphill fight Danvers ad joins Beverly the summer home of Mr TaftWe will b near R E Henderson Richard Herndon and B Walter Hern don They are located in Beverly and are all doing well Be sure to change the address on our paper so we wont miss it Very truly yoursW B Henderson P 8 I was very much pleased with the news that old Breckenridge gave Johnson a Democratic majority Proud that ho carried Meade by such a majority We elected a Democrat to Congress in this district over a standpat Republican Cantata Sunday Night A cantata willI be rendered at the Methodist church Sunday at 715 p m Everybody is cordially invited J II Ir RovaIBAKING POWDER MAKES TilE PERFECT HOT BISCUITA- lso Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes Royal 13S William St M Ii IiCookBook New York ft A HERO Was Joe Pijjgott In The Big Thanksghing Game At Louisville High School 5 Mmnnal 0 This was the way the football game for the championship of Louisville was tndeil The Evening Post says that Pigeon and Duinney are heroes nirl ench played splendid football The game was a glorious victory for old gold and purple over crimson Eight thousand people were present manycongratulation plttIlnof htm Harried Misses Oma Compton and Ressie Davis spent Thursday at Hardinsburg John Yates of Clifton Mills spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of his sister Mrs W C Payne Percy Macy spent Sunday at West ViewJas Tucker has moved his family to Owensboro to reside Miss Ola Gray who has been visiting at Litchfield returned home Sunday Morris Payne who has been in III for the past four months returned homa ThursdayMiss Lea Gregory went to Hardtnsburg shopping Thursday Mrs Li A Davis and Miss Virginia Payne have purchased new pianos for their homes Amos Black who has been indisposed for some time is much improved at this writing Jess Nix and wife and baby Mildred spent Saturday at Germantown the guests of his father Frank Nix Little C L Bruington is on the sick hstIFelix Butler shipped a car load of stock Wednesday Cyrus Moorman and Joe McCruiries made a flying trip to Hardinsburg Saturday C D Payne spent Sunday at home with his family Mr and Mrs Jas Knott spent Sun day with his sister Mrs Jas McCoy near Webster The infant of Sam Tuckers is critically ill at this writing Joe McCrumes purchased from Tom Smyth his house and lot price paid 000 Mr McCrumes will movo at once Tom Rhodes of Hardinsburg was in our town Friday Mrs Floyd Lewis of New Albany Ind is spending a few days the guest of Mrs Bell Crews Buys Miller Farm Gabe Pierce bought the John Miller farm at Holt last week Mr Miller has gone to Tell City to live 0- R I IBIG SPRING Miss Alva Brown And Mr Joy Noel To Be Married Next a Month Mrs Clarkson Better a Mr Maltie Thubus and sop Diury of PlHUsmouth Nehi were guests of their cousins Meudtune end Martha Clarksou for u few days lai t week Mr and Mrs Jim Brown have an nounced the marriage of their daughter Miss Alva to Joy Wall of Rlneyville The wedding is to take place Dec 21 at their home If the best is not to good for you Lewispurt Best flour is the flour you ought to use RAYMOND r While dragging logs one day last week Joe Walls got one of his mules x badly snagged Jerry Basham and family spent SaturJ day night with his father Richard Bas ham of Lodiburg Allen Claycomb had a corn gathering SaturdayMr got his foot mashed by a logrolling on it ono day last week Mrs Lee Gray of Brandenburg is visiting at Mrs Zorado Hendrys- If the best is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Mr and Mrs J H Avitt of Lodi burg spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs Henry Cashman Mrs Ottis Stiff and son Meloin visited her aunt Mrs Belle Fitch of Cloverport from Thursday until Satur day of last week Henry Cashman was at Union Star last Friday putting up a monument y The Girls Club The Girls Club ws charmingly entertained last Wednesday by the Misses Willis Besides the club members the guests were Mrs Shelby Conrad Mrs Frank Mattingly Mrs Leonard Oelze Mrs Randell Mrs Stone Mrs MtssRaydHeyserI f Will Probated i The will of the late AB Coloman was probated In the County Court last Monday He leaves all his property to his wife and names her as executrix without bond John T lIobens Cut Price sale Laces and embroideries cut in two 5 cent embroidery cut to 3J cents 10 S cent to 6X cents i 4 cent to 3 cents 7 Mens 4 and 5 shoes going at 3 and 850 PI i 5 9- r s F l I r r l DR H J BOON PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p in Clovcrport Hy r r eForTax receipts 1910 model guaranteed to last 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get c- DIRtOt Perkins 8II wrJ ah sAsired r 4Z + 1 m J JNEW I Livery Stable Stephensport Ky j 1a i fy New Rigs lj J hI New Horses New Stable Open for the Public Near the Depot ft If you have nny riding or 1 A driving to do or if you want p Jit Feed of any kindwe can i furnish you ft We will handle Ice also M Your patronage will n bo appreciated I THO Wl MITH mmProprietor j rii Stephensport Ky t o 1 Trained Minds are in demand by businessmen The Speneerian course In Bookkeeping Shorthand and Accounting huts been the means by which J12000 graduates are holding responsible positions Hundreds are earning over 5000 a year We will send full details regarding rates and course to young men and women who will write us Spencerian Commercial School Union National flank llulldlnsr 6th and Main Sts LOUISVILLe KY t ST NICHOLAS irepresents the intellectual and CenturyComagazine for young people It has FASCINATING SERIAL STORIES of adventure sport andschool experience sketches of biography history and travel the petrofle- gendI and balladry JOLLY JINGLES SHORT STORIES- an amazinglyI fruitful department of Nature and S ience an ingenious young contributors department The St Nicholas Leaguer puzzles and stamps tor the boys and special pages for the youngest readers Fiji all the interstices with pictures print it in the best style and inclose between beautiful covers and you have such A MAGAZINE OF DELIGHT as no 10 but an American jboy or I girl has ever had Send for Prospectus to THE CENTURY CO UNION SQUAKB NEW YORK Anyono ncndlng a sketch and description liar qiileklr Mcorum our opinion froa whether nn Intention li probably lions ttictlyconndentlal HANDDUDKonPateute pstontsPatentaipeeial notice without charge In the Scientific JUmrican A handsomely lllaitrattwt weeks Largest clr dilution of ant eclentlOo journal Terms 13 a yens four months tl Bold by all newsdealer MUNPJ CO3aInroadrtap New York Branch Offlco CM F st Washington D Co Subscribe this very day 4- p u BUY CHRISTMAS- PRESENTS EARLY Consider Hardworking Sales Persons and Do 11 Now I YULETIDE PERIOD OF TORTURE Road The Night of the Children and Learn of the Shopgirl Who Worked Fifteen Hours Dally and Spent Her Holiday Delirious Iii a Hospital So Belated Shoppers Could Bo Satisfied DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOP PING EARLY The crusade to persuade millions of thoughtless Christmas shoppers to mnko their purchases early Is on again For years this carelessness has caused the mental nnd physical wear and tear of the employees of the big department stores and the little shops nlfko The week before fhrlstuias sees salesgirls working fifteen hours n day because hippy parents dutiful children expectant bridegrooms etc think It necessary to delay their shopping until the eleventh hour For nil this the shopgirl suffers It was to aid this cause thnt James OppenheIm wrote the fol lowing story for the Survey Cbc Night of the Children By JAMES OPPENHEIM Christmas was In the air The frosty starry night turned golden in tthe city 1 avenues Up and down the pavement the crowds swept laughing talking Jostling cheeks ruddy with the weather eyes sparkling with the lights As they moved there unrolled beside them i the endless film of brilliant shop win dows crammed with riches nUll through till swinging doors eddies of people were sucked in and ejected At the curb the toy peddlers shouted the chestnut stands sent up their smoke It seemed as If the millions of the city had poured out to mingle In a I street festival of Joy and brotherhood People laughed at one another a wino of good humor drenched the nil It was us if on this night hate and strifeI and greed had been sloughed off os If the race said Come let us 1be happy with one another Vo are all here to gether Let us meet quad mingle in Joy and good will and peace All For the Children It was the night of the children Far through the sleeping city the million children worn In their beds and It was for horn that these people met For their children they were sweeping the shops tint Chrlsliuns morning might I dawn with Ithe candle of tune plnu and IIIhangingI Ihligy stockings Bud the mys lorlous iu w toys And It was the I thought of the children possibly that inadu those men and women so light footed so bubbllnglv Joyous so hmo cently happy IIt made children of thorn and thoy initialed wltli each WANTS HER I I LETTERPUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis MinnI was a great sufferer from female troubles which caused a veaknese and broken down condition of tao system I read so inuiMiofwhatLytUtv E Ilnkhams Veg etablo Compound had dono for other suffering women I felt sure it would help mo and Imust say it did help me wonderfully My grewstrongerandwltldnthrcemouths I was a perfectly well woman I want this letter mado public to show tho benefit women may derive VegetableCompoundMrs MhmeulollsMInnMinnThousands genuinetho E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound which iff made exclusively from roots nnd herbs Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should rot lose sight of theso facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E Pinkhama Compound to restore their health Ifyou want special advice writeto airs Pinlcbiun at Lynn Muss Showilltrcntyouvlottcrnsstrlctly confidential For 2O years she lots been helping slclc women in Donthesitatewrite R I outer like laughing rollicking boys nnd girls I There won ono vast department store nearly n block ermaro nUll six stories high wliieh surked In vast mnsscs ot the crowd Pendent from Its celling hung white moons of Ilight and under these a density of humanity slowly swirled about the sparking laden coun tern The air was ovenvarin with breathing and tingled with the excite meat of shufHltiK shoes rattle of packages and n hlvo hum of tall timid ex clamations The place was electric with the push of many wills the clash of desires the Impeded hurry the drawing near of closing time Ton thirty had como null gone and yet the crowd was unsatisfied It hungcrec aril strained and clamored mid strug gled to get Its fil- lImpatient For Snow Ono counter especially was besieged At this were sold five cent packages ofIISI10W for Christians trees Be hind this counter stood Mnmlo lUg s seventeen years old thin emaciated bloodless her face pale and drawn and wrinkled her eyes bloodshot her lips trembling As she rondo out checks and received and made change and handled the envelopes her hands visibly shook Knees crowded near her leaned close arms lifted fingers jerked near her eyes This snow Yes maam How much Five cents Only one for five Only one How much in n package I dont know maam Dont know No Patience For Shopgirl At least five voices Interrupted See here I want a half dozen ol these Wheres my change II cant wait nil nightIIIsnt there anyone to wait on me Say Ill speat to the floorwalker If I dont get Proper attentionMamie answered as best she could Just n minute You said fivesix- Change hasnt come I cant help It maam Yes its five a package Snowl Yes Ill Walt on you in a mlr uteShe spoko evenly in a monotone but she was doing her work mechanically In fact Mnmlo wasnt all there Her fingers and lips kept working but the real ramie seemed In a trance Sunburst after sunburst of faces shot the air before her a loud sea noise of voices swept her brain and she fell deathly sickl Every hone in her body ached It seemed ns If her feet hat broken and were bleeding She was horribly nauseated and dizzy She felt ns if she were going to faint By sheet force of grit she clung to the counter she kept uptight she mocd talked worked On and on It went minute by minute amid still the faces crowded the voices rang out the packages hat to be delivered tho change made the chocks written out- Christmas the Climax Afterward It seemed to her that her whole year hind been rushing toward this Christmas climax Most of that year sho had worked In a cheaper store worked nine and a half hours a day for 2C2M n week As this was not enough to llvo on she land boarded with nn aunt in Ilnboken paying her 115 a week But it took her an hour and a quarter to get to work anti she rose early before dawn to get to her counter at 8 sharp Car fare cost her 120 which with the board left her 20 cents a week Xo recreation no fresh air and every few nights she was up till midnight laundering her clothes that she might be neat appear lug This work she felt was killing het so she left it and took a position In the larger store for 4 n week But she hind to figure close She I slept near by In a charity dormitory for 0 cents a night She went without t breakfast lunch and supper consisted of coffee and rolls for 10 cents each amid laundry was 21 cents n week Clothes mind extra came close to 2 j In this way she spent nil her wages tolled from S n in to 015 p m and I on Saturdays till tI30 Strength does not come on coffee anti tolls nor on nine and a half hours of standing Indoors nor on lack of pleasure andI mental growth Mamie grew sickly wrinkled and weaker tiny by day She was uflllcjed with violent hendnchecs anti at seventeen she was already n sapped anti aged woman unfit for mar tinge anti child bearing anti house work with no future but Incessant toll and no savings against sickness or old ngeThis was hall enough But then time holiday rush began Tho store wns 1 kept upon until 1130 nt night Mnmle grow feverish hind dizzy spells was too sick to eat tier condition grew worse ench day and now on tills last day she hind come to work at 8 in the morning fooling that she could not en duro a half hour of standing up nor the crowds nor tho noise nor tho bail nil Christmas Eve a Torture That tiny wns n wilds slow torturer measured by minutes endless and piti less On and on It went on up to noon on from 1245 to 0 on from 030 to this vcrymljuite This snow IIow much Sep here whores my change Do you think r can watt all night Say Ill toll nil floorwalker Yes wrap me up sir iu two packages please Isnt there any ono else waiting nt this counter Sunburst after sunburst of frees sea roar of talking dazzling lights confusion bustle noise hands flying lips moving and this would go on for an other hour and n halt A man unshed his way through tho crowd See here kid he cried You do me up ten of these quick Mamie leaned forward on the coun ter dimlyTen Cant you hear Eight nine tenr Tehton whatt She leaned farther forward site sigh ed she slipped and her arms and foci and halt and thin bosom all slouched among the 1packages on the counter Cries went up Shes fainted Some things the matter Get water Hell her up Tho crowd Jammed The floorwalk er broke hits way through muttering Mamie down Thunder And just now when we cnnt replace her Why tho devil couldnt tho girl sUck it ouU Next morning the nurse In tho hOi pltnl wished her a merry Christmas Still Selling Snow She looked up vacantly and went off in a delirium crying shrilly Its 5 cents n package maain Just- In minute Yes snowsnow for Christ mas treesI At the srtmo moment over the widespread city the little children hopped out of bed nnd ran In their nighties to the parlor There flamed tho candles of time pines there hung the bulgy stockings there lay tho mysterious packages Little eyed glistened with awe timid wonder women timid men were blinded with happy tears amid the Christmas hells pealed lore andI brotherhood through tho tingling dawn And one woman said to another Time Jam was awful last night I thought Id never get home And the servlcoJn the stores was insufferable Asked the other Why didnt you shop earlier In the month I Why Oh YOU KNOW HOW IT ISl n CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho eSign- aturoofc The New Chignon The twin chignon is n feature of time new halldressing The Illustration tells Its own story of how this Inven tion looks and is applied Indeed PAIUS ArrnovES OF IT Frenchwomen huvo a variety of these chignons In different styles for different costumes mill take them on am off as they do their gowns A strange but a very convenient arrangement Is It not Hair ornaments too are much in evidence this winter and wben choos- Ing these adornments It must not only match or contrast with the color of the gown with which it will lie worn but It must be appropriate to the fabric of which the gown Is made For tho lovely lllmy chiffons anti mar qulsettes so fashionable this season the hair ornaments should be huffy and soft To Freshen a Lace Waist A tight cut lingerie waist of white lace anti embroidery galas wonderfully In elaborateness by time addition of the latest French fancy This is n broad band of net In a pastel shade cmbrold oral la soutache braid of tho same color nUll applied Just over the bust With this is worn one of the new necl scarfs of chiffon In a color that ex actly mutches tumid with the ends em broldered In time soutnche Both or these are easily mnde up at home bj nay clever needlewoman and will go n long way toward hiding the deficiencies of a pretty but aging lingerie waist Time chiffon scarf is especially charming when embroidered Its entire length with large coin dots In satin ititch A Simple Christmas Dinner Grapefruit Cocktail Roasted Turkey GIblet Sauce Cranberry Sauce Onions Stuffed with Sausage Baked Squash Celery Cider frappe Currarit Jelly or fipple Tarts Chestnut Pudding Ice Cream Raisins Nuts Coffee Sundays Only Mrs HoyloYour husbands business keeps him out of town all time weekI understand Mrs Doyle Yes he Is ntt homo only ono day I cull him jnj Sunday supplement New York Press The tasy Way Yon must take rigorous exercise 1It you expect to regain your health Aw shucks doc why cant I talc some kind of n patent pill Knmmi City Journal No man or boy Is over tho Slight es good in this world unless ho tins aniblI lion Lord Stanley u = i anti n vNkr0 H E ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg Kentucky OFFICE OVhR KINCHELOES PEARMACY USE CARBONATJE OF LIMET- o mtilco lime soil Oolitic lisle stone bono dry wound fine ns flour It is immediately effective and Cheap KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LIME CO 1 x Kosmosdale Ky ft 1 RURAL TELEPHONES ft Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph specialFmtreW CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY n Incorporated J THE FEED THAT FATTENS High Cotton Seed Hulls Write meCOTTON SEED MEALandGrade prices before buying WILLIAM A BUHHETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 tTHEI Fifth Avenue y HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr 3r 3r = 1 r Tho most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In tho city maklDKaSSOOrate Only one block from the princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass tho door toall parts of the city- Everytldug neat and clean 7 LAND LAND LAND best Investment on earth Is time earth itself andtho best earth to lr vest In TilEI the Grunt Panhandle of Texas The soil Is rich arid productive and you can grow tine crops of Whom Oats Itye Alfalfa Corn Kl ma corn Millet Broom corn Sorghum Maize Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texas you cnn get three or tOUI crops of Alfalfa each 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not ready now buy one for future use i THTH- L RINOIPALANOa j BUSINESS COLLEGE 1rxooaoaatSecond and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLBa KYtft i I i 1 Review of Reviews and The Breckenridge News ONE YEAR FOR 300 This is just the price of the magazine Send your subscription to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverporty Ky r- W Ie i NNN MNWNNr NN OO0 OOa N rINN rrrrr- rI PANAMA CANAL READY FOR NAVIGATION IN THREE YEARS I a OOt rrrrr r rrrra nOM N NNN rr N MNNN OO TAFTS recent ex PUESIDEN1 tho Panama zone In more ways thun the announcement of Lieutenant Colonel George Goctlials chief engi neer In charge that the big canal would bo completed and ready for nay igation In December IOta But the official ditto of the opening remains Jan 1 10m Lieutenant Colo nol Goctlials desiring one year In which to train tho canal tenders and get tho machinery working smoothly Ships In the meantime will havo the privilege of the canal but at their own risk of delays Incident to Inexperienced opera tlon It was also announced by Lieutenant Colonel Goethals that the report that President Tafts visit was tho fore runner of a request for another 100 I PRESIDENT TAFT AND AT PAAMrVIEW OF MIGUEL LOCK 000000 from congress was unfounded The canal will be completed hi 1013 lie said nUll the cost would be within tho 375000000 already authorized The president was tremendously pleased nt the outlook for the Ilrcompletion of tho canal and expresser amazement at the amount of work ac couiplished since his Vlsltto the Isth mus In Febuary 1001 The chief engineer reported how CVPthnt It was not all smooth sal Ing during tho last year slides break find floods hindering the work to n cer thin extent He mentioned four slides covering respectively 74 73 4t null 17 acres and requiring during the yeah 00000000GIFT YACHT FOR KAISER Cannot Afford to Stay In Fashion or Small Salary According to the Danzig press n movement Is on foot In Germany tot the presentation to the kaiser of n new steam yacht on the occasion of the silver jubilee of his reign in 1013 The present Imperial yacht Ilohen zollern Is aging fast and moreover does not belong to tho kaiser It Is time property of the admiralty and Is lent to the monarch In his capacity as supreme head of tho navy II lHm- open secret that tho kaiser feels the k need for his frequent sea ot a more modern and mono powerful type than time Hohcnzollcrn which no longer cuts n good figure beside those of other monarchs or tho magnificent vessels In which American patrons of ocean sport cross to attend tho yacht meetings at Kiel and Cowes Like his subjects the kaiser feels tho pinch of high irlccs and the burr don of his offspring who are now growing up and demanding Settlements of their own Consequently In spite of the increase re ceniiy of about half n million dollars In his civil list ho cannot afford to buy n now yact white on the other hand tho admiralty which wants nil Itt r money for warships cannot spare any thing for ornamental craft I Germany Has Auto Fenders Resembling similar appllancps on street cars 18an automobile fender patented by n to pick up a person who inoy be truck t t New Comets Appear Annually An average of three now comets a t year are discovered by astronomers J OHIO- fopalatlon19101 i i 47712l 1no ace H7 per cent 1ti7N6iPepulatlonR Prpulittlon t i + a9tzals 5 r fl 0 r tho of more than a million cubic yards of material Three had breaks occurred one nt tho town of Culebra covering an area of moro than ten acres and requiring a removal of moro than 1500000 cubic yards of dirt and stone The second largest break covered aan area of more than eleven acres and required the removal of moro than 300000 cubic yards while the third break aggre gated about 40000 cubic yards The total amount of material re moved from slides nail breaks In the central division of the canal luring the jear was moro than 2iiOO00 cubic yards or about 15 per remit of the amount removed during tthe year from the Culebra cut time principal part of the central division More than 3m rCO000 cubic yards of material were removed from all parts PARTY PEDRO voyages numerous German removal of tho canal during the year of whlol almost 15000000 were from the Cult bra cut and almost 10000000 front tin Chagres section About 35000000 cu lilc yards remain to be removed Iron the Culebra cut before tills section of tho cunul Is completed There was a steady Increase Iron the beginning of the last fiscal year In tho number of employees onthe cane zone until1 on March 30 last the a reached a maximum of as Gin tlu largest for HJIl recoixl Thlsk Include those employed on tho Panama i l road The total force nt time end of tin year was 35578 as compared with 83 493 n year earlier + oOoooooooJ PARIS HAS VOCAL LIBRARY Graphophone Records of Orators and Singers Kept For Posterity- A vocal library Is the latest Idea In France It Is being installed In till BIbliothlquc Natlonalo nnd consists oi a collection of graphophone records ol words spoken or sung by great au thors orators singers and actors The library will be equipped with abundant Instruments for time transmission of recorded sounds to the ems of vis ItorsIt The now department in the Hlbllo thiquo Natlonalo vrilj be called the museum of speech Its organizers purpose especially to enrich It with the Important literary works of tho pies eat period recited or read by time nu thors themselves Into a phonograph This strikes one as beyond question tho most charming feature of the proj ect AVhut wouldnt certain enthusi nsts give today If they could hear passages of Ilaclne Mollcro or Shake speuro delivered In tho Identical tones of those immortal writers A satisfaction equally great said n lending French litterateur this week perhaps Is reserved for our childrens children Yes remarked Joan Coquelln and how much more clearly might have been preserved what are known ns tIll Mollcro tradition and tho Shakespeare tradition of acting If phonographic rec brds of their singe performance now could bo found In our libraries In an educational sense I dont think the value lo futUro generations of phono graphic libraries tif this character can bo exaggerated Iron Works For China The Chinese government pliius to es tabjlsh Iron works QURn extensive scalp In Blums province whero there are largq mineral depobltsr r LMC Impervious X Ray Load stags It has keen mound by 3BgllBh exports Is almost as Imper llmwto X fgya as head Itwlfi I fl t ti c i f BOYS KNITTED SWEATER Directions How to Make This Com fortable Garment Tills very useful sweater for tin small hog whlch opens on till shout dor Is made in till following manner Five ii ounce shelmi of doublel hull tins wool four houo or ivory ktiltthip needles No 7 Cast on 08 stlkhes ill st tow Slip 1 Unit 81 purl knit 2 purl 2 repent from to within 1 nt ond of row knit these 4 stitches repent this row JJ limns more Fiftli row Slip i knit 1 nmko 1 by nutting the woolI before the needle knit U to gather ctllis will forum a buttonhole work in pattern rib aH In previous row knit the 1 Ilost stitches reppal tho firm row III times moro nhrfty taking care to keep the rib of 2 purl 2 plain in the renter and 4I plain stitches at each edge Fifteenth row Same an fifth row for secom i button hole Sixteenth and seventeenth rows Same as lust row This forms a col Inr 12Xi incline in depth For thi shoulder piece knit the first 12 stitches leaving the remaining 5i5 on flu uopdlo Take another needle turn and knit 12 stitches repeat from 0 f times more thent make n third hutton hole as 1 before taking care thnt It IIK exactly under thojse already 1 made Inlfn plain rows a fourth huttmlHr In till tenth row knit 0 plain rown snake a fifth buttonhole knit 8 rows plain This finishes time first Phnildci plico which consists of 40 rows and should measure 4i Inches Tire d tic 121 stitches on a piece of wool 1ivnk off Knit the next 20 stitches the e mire for the front of yoke take an other netdlo Knit the next 12 stitch ex turn and knit hack and work 10 rows for the second shoulder piece without buttonhole This leaves 21I stltchof on the needle Knit the next 20 stitches for till back take another iii lie and malt the last 4 stitches A BlOUTY LOOKINCl SWEATElt Turn and knit back on the 4 stitches for 10 rows Cast oil Pick up anl1 knit 20 stitches along the side of till piece Just worked 20 along timeline needle and 20 alongI the other shouldc piece iGO In nUto row Turn put to end of row Second row Knit 53 purl 13 repeat from to end of row Third row Purl Fourth yew Purl 3 knit 3 repent front to end of row Repent these rows till the yoke meat ures 5 Inches 40 rowsFor the front pick up and knit 20 stitches along the first shoulder piece 20 on front needl nod 20 along tho next shoulder pied cOO Htltches Work In pattern the same us the back for 5 Inches lhe rest of timet jersey Is knitted on 4 net tiles Divide the stitches evenly am knit plainl for 0 Inches measured fron th bottom of the yoke Finish with ribbing of knit 2 purl 2 alternately for 4 Inches cast off looselyFor the sleeves pick up and knit 24 along the side of front 12 along time top and 21 along the side of back 00 stitches Divide the stlfehes evenly KnI plain for U rounds Seventh round Decrease thus Knit 1 knit 2 together knit plain to within 3i stitches of tin end of round knit 2 together knit 1 repeat from till reduced to 40 stitches On these 40 stitches knit plain till the sleeve measures 13 Inches Finis with ribbing of knit 2 purl 2nlter nntely for 4 Inches when tho sleeve should measure 17 Inches Fasten tin narrow strip worked on 4 stitches neatly under time buttonholes on the left shoulder nod sew on live buttons Well Trained Servants Whl1 I married said a dear oh lady I hind only these two servants but they were trained ones And sh stretched out her two hands It Is given to very few women to ue mistress of a great house and managi a corps of servants hut wo each hue two hand nod In Just such measun as they are properly trained to servlei that Is deft and capable shall housekeeping iiroBtior Tho Roar ofChinas Ducks Tourists in China are always sur prised by the uuinbqr of ducks they see There are more ducks in China than iu nil the rest of the world Timely voices are a familiar sound ir every town and country spot of the sencoast Tintl the Interior of time vast empire liven In the large cities ducks abound They dodge between the cool les legs They lilt squawking out ol tho way of time horses Their iudlg mint quack will nut uuseldom drown the roar of urban commerce Children herd ducks on every road on every pond on every farm on every lake on every river There Is no bitch yard without Us duck house There Is no hoist little or great without Its duck quarters All over the laud there mire jfrcatt duck hatching establishments inauy of them of a capacity huge enough to produce 50000 young ducks etory ear1J4ck nmoiigr the Chinese Iif n staple delicacy It la salted sand qtaokoa like ham or beef New York l World C b 0 J J u CHRISTMAS GIFTS The Question of What to Give Settled by Camera FOR THE INVALID FRIEND Bother Gooso Book Suitable Present For Small Boy or GirlDate Pad a Good Selection For the Socially Active WomanIf own a camera the vexed problem of what to give as Christmas presents may be delightfully solved This presupposes however that you have made as diligent use of your va cation as one young woman did last = OltOCHRTEU HABY SIilVFERB summer Inch of her circle of friends received a gift from her camera given In a novel manner For tho Invalid friend were manv reminders of days In tho country in time way of suggestive seouos as n robins nest In the crotch of nil oh apple tree pussy willows growing be side a brook an old mill In Its pic tureSQiie settl g A suitable frame for time picture was made front lbirch bark with ami oval of glass to be hung In the win dow where It formed a beautlfu 1triuispareucy A few wore photo were added to tho collection so Ithat a new mid charming view could h slipped hi for every day of tho month For a little girl she made a hoo from cardboard shaped like a lilt It house This was covered with grass linen Ihi the natural color The doors and windows were touched up In sc pIn and on the old fashioned door plato was the name Mother Goose All through the pages of the boo moved a lively procession of Molhoi Goose friends and relatives sketched In with pen and Ink Kggshell board comes In pretty dell lento tints of blue and pink and mummy be made up Into little photo booklets the pages decorated with wild or garden flowers scrolls or duke ty figures suitable for the photos to bo trained as for a childs photos ttaken In sequence two or three In n year perchance from the tender age of time baby to sweet sixteen Crocheted slippers urn not novelties but the dainty ones seen In the lllus ration tire very new They are crocheted not from wool but from mercerized cotton iu a lovely shade of baby blue At tin toe Is Inserted a square of white crocheted cotton flecked with black In Imllnllon of err mine fur At time top of Ithe shoe Is a turnover effect of time ermine caught together with a tiny rosette of blue ribbon The soles mire not of fleece but of leather satin ISnad A charming accessory for the bon = dolr Is a memorandum ruse into which one can slip Important meUio for the week and destroy thom us they serve their purpose The stand MKilOllANUUM PAH with an easel back Is about twenty Inches in height and a third ol that measurement In width Time material may be linen or silk but moire pop Jill Is far limo most attractive us n background for pretty rlbbonsew embroidery In dainty blues pinks white and glNl1llur pockets are nix In number one for each day of the week and tho proper nbbjevla tiqii for each day Is printed thcrciSu fIH ppld 1eJ d S Temporary Heat Quickly Did you ever stop to think of the many ways In which a perfect oil heater Is of value P If you want to sleep with your win dow open In winter you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater while you undress at night and then turn it off Apply a match heat earlybreakfast the in cold the have from walk floor night with The Sf v y Is of quickly giving Apply a match and It is Im mediately at work It will burn for nine hours without refilling It is safe smokeless and odorless It has a damper top and a cool An always shows the amount of oil in the font It has an automaticlocking flame spreader which from to smoke and is easy to and back so the wick be cleaned in an instant qulck1lunscrewedbuilt for service yet light and If rct at yours write for 3 to the nearest agency of the Standard Company J t- JACKS IqSALEt I Jacks wc dispose of w three years one two years old Tftft bred all jetblackj with white points Hno size extremely hone largo heads andearn Theo Tucks arc condition ready to 0 tire to disproof thnniiml theywill be soldat trust they in our If you arc dont write but see us ftopectfully R G ROBERTSON GLEN DEAN F Y J PAPER TO THE It Laundry Bills and Cuts Ou Dishwashing Are we approaching a paper ago In housekeeping Is the revolt of womui against the PAdless washing of dlsliel to be met with paper plates cups and service shells and lire laundry bills tto bo lessened by the use of paper table covers and dollies It would be a charming solution Fancy lit the end of a meal Just gathering up tablecloth dishes mind and thrusting them Into the fireplace or ttime wast basket It would be bousekeeplft made easy Ind It Is fast practicable for these articles tire improving Iu quality The only drawback now la the price When a dozen paper service shapes for Instance arc thrown after the lobster a In from 00 cents to 3 according to the quality of b gone But they are very attractive those service They come In mill possl blc devices and as they are fashioned of handmade paper Impervious to grease amid any sort of food bo put in them It Is even possible to cook creamed oysters etc hi them so that Individual portions can como straight from tho stove to the table iu paper shells There are fancy shapes to servo jellies nod Ice creams In with lace paper dollies under them Time paper nap lams and table covers are very rush and cool looking for summer mind those of simple design are not at all expensive The doilies and centerpieces Iu lace design are very flue anti almost as pliable as of real lace amid lumen As for tho plates first thought time Idea of eating ore paper does not seem inviting no ono can object after seeing thom for they are proof against damp and grease anti they are very decorative These and the service cups are to bo hind In designs suitable to tho seasons and tho holidays as thT Hostesses In time country help is difficult to procure will laud it n great convenience to have n supply of paper devices on baud o Dont forget to try a News Want Ad Subscribe today r w 74 II in the morning when you get out of bed and you have while dress heat can get Immediate warmth from an oil heater and then turn it off The girl who practices on piano a room in morning can warmth an oil heater while she plays and then turn it off r The member of the family who il has to the on a cold win ters with a restless baby can get temporary heat an oil heater and r then it off OK LEO- A6solafel smokeless and n1n1 S Invaluable In its capacity heat handle indicator prevents the wick being turned high enough remove drop that can r1 made and ornamental Dealers Everywhere descriptive circular OilIncorporated n u J t I I f t t E IIhC gomcl rwisli iw arc oldjuid Tlioy I nicely very short close huir heavy foot shapely in line and I show- Y going I liar wins AVo will find homes county interested conic and SONS KY L r RESCUE Saves nil paper becoming paper constantly away Newburg course goods cups damp car chicken those while at plates too different conic hoo these you turn W I LTJjASPH fJnFglNg 6 Full inches- of Asphalt Cementwelded No Nailholes- Through Roof 1 I J A Continuous Onepiece Roof with livery Nail head Covered by Felt t i and Asphalt 1 NO CoalTar I SOLD BY I Gregory Co I Dealers In Lumber Lime Cement I Clovcrport Ky I IThe Number Nine nine earths according to mediaeval cosmogony nine heavensi nine rivers of hull and nine orders of angels The number being perfection since It represented divinity was of ten used to signify a great quantity as hi the phrases A nine days vo- ntier emit has nine lives nUll Nine tailors make a man In Scotland a distempered lOW was cured by wash ing her in nine surfs To see nine lung vies was considered extremely lucky Nine knots mantle in a black woolen thread served as a charm hi the casu i of a sprain It was also believed and i Is still by Borne that If n servant ilrlki finds nine green yeas in ono pod amidrlays them on time window slit tho first man that enters will be her beau q Nine grains of wheat laid on a four leaved clover enables one It Is suit Jo i see the fairies tP Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS O AS TORI A Joys of The Press 15 cents the copy News Office a J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABUAGI SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday u EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 30 1910 Subscription Price 100 n YIl1in advance BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line and 5 cents for cnch nd ditional insertion CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato oi 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIESJ charged for at the rate or 5 cents per lino monoj in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please a tify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as wolf as their now address ICY THE LONG LICK COUJVTJll One of tho line sections of country in this county lies south of I1 1 1Kirkand is known as Long Lick Fine land and well improved farm loom up conspicuously and impress the stranger with tho fact that tin farmers of this section value their lands and instead of lotting it ltlY idle they are improving it every year And not only keeping up thoii homes and new barns usingup toy lands but they are building new date faun machinery and rotating their crops Tho farmers arc prosperous happy and contented I r 000I Good crops of tobacco corn and wheat wore grown this year none of which has been sold Farmers are shredding their corn in y stead of husking it They claim they set better icsults in feeding and z is easier handled during tho winter 1 ooor Very little if any tobacco hits been sold Col Ernest Robertson I1wasin that neighborhood lust week and bought W E Boards crop ut 850 850 lord 3 Farmers are well pleased with the price and seem anxious to sell Very littlo tobacco stripped but the first season will seo n busy set and later it will bo rolling into market F oooAt the Valley Homo Stock Farm ofIT Owen Sons where they make n specialty of raising Poland China hogs W E Board and i tho writer wenS hospitably received und entertained Thanksgiving night They report a good business and arc shipping thoir hogs all r over tho South They have a nice stock on hand Their business iiis growing every year ooo rayFora thanksgiving dinner wo are indebted to our genial host and hostess Mr and Mrs Pete Sheoran of Kirk It was an unexpected pleasure and wo will certainly remember their kindness 000N Another place where wo found an open house and plenty of good things to eat was at tho home of our young friends Mr and Mr A II Withers These are young housekeepers with their first baby boy and u lino youngster ho is too Mrs Withers is a beautiful house keeper and a splendid cook and her husband is one of tho best young farmers in that section Ho has a lino farm well improved and plenty ot stock Wo predict forthis young couple a happy and prosperous career 000C C Powers and 1 L Horroll who bought the Thos Board farm about a year ago are well pleased with their now homes and arcI raising excellent crops and improving their farms Both of these men Bro line farmers and good citizens and are pleasant additions to that section 000Wo aro proud to say that tho News is a welcome visitor to nearly every homo in that section Those who aro not subscribers read iit and like it 000This section needs good roads and the farmers should wako up toI the fact that it is possible to have them There is no bettor land in tho county and it would increase in voluo 25 per cent if tho roads woreI woll improved Tho farmers can have good roads if they work andl not stop until thoy arc gotten dJV ID1ML CHRISTMAS GIFT Christmas comes once a your but you can Hatter your friend witht u gift that comes ovary week by sending him Tho Brcckenridcro News Why not make presents that arc enjoyable after all tho holiday festiv ities are passed 1 This is true of a subscription to a homo paper Tho postman brings it every Wednesday or Thursday and the pleasure is one that renews itself and never gets old Thanksgiving was a day of happy gatherings and much feasting in Brcckonridgo county Turkeys graced tho tnbles of many homes and never have wo heard of better times Tho editors family wont visiting and on their return found a largo empty basket on his porch Wo learned Monday that it was sent to us filled to the top with goodI things to eat from our thoughtful and generous colored frend Aunt Mary Dean Evidently the logs wore thankful that we wore away I tad my how thoy must have enjoyed that turkey and those pumpkin pics jThoCourier Journal has daily n column on the editorial pages madeup of clippings from the state press A different subject 15 handled every day and views in regard to it from tho Kentucky editors are bunched together under an attractive head The feature is inter esting 1r Mr Julius Nolto of this city was a member of the Petit jury i- n4Uncle barns court at Owcnsboro this week Mr Nolto was struck A with tho manner of dispatching business in that court Ho says everything is done in perfect order and no t mo is wasted Tho last week broughti a tine rain to this section und the farmers will begin to move their tobacco at onto This will improve busi zlMass and put more money in circulation Quito a largo quantity has been purchased at this point j Quail is so scarce that I got tired walking and came lioinosaid- nm I Conrad yesterday who started out on his annual hunt lust week M r Mr Conrad got thirtysix birds and usually brings homo a hundred Two million dollars has been appropriated by the Government to 1ConstrUCt dams on tho Ohio river between Pittsburg and Cairo Tho work is to bo completed in twelve years A hunter is as proud of his garb asa soldier is of his brai buttons 1 00000 oC t INSURRECTION IN I BREEDING FOR fVVCCVEAflS J A J1 0000MEXICO THREE TIMES THE SIZE OF TEXAS Area squnre miles 767204 Aroa comparative three times tho size of Texas Greatest length southeast to northwest miles 1900 Greatest width miles 750 Narrowest point miles 134 Population In 100013031923S- TATn OF CHIHPAHUA Area square miles 9775 Area comparative almost an largo as Now Yorlc and Pennsylvania Population In 1900 327004 revolution has boon ArTHOUGII In tho Mexican re the last five years the present outbreaks nro the only ones worthy of being considered serious The two central figures In the latest Insurrection against the Dlnz regime are General llornardo Iloyes and Fran cisco I Miidero The active participa tion of the latter who was one of the unsuccessful candidates against Diaz In the last election led to the confisca tion of all his Mexican property Al CHIHUAHUA PROMINENT though these interests were large It did not leave him a bankrupt as ho has been n heavy Investor In American find European securletles posslly fore seeing such trouble as has arisen Diaz Corral Creel and Llmantour tbo big four of the dlstrlto federal profess not to fear tho activities of Madcro regarding him as n noisy agi tator pure and simple The one mon whom Dlaz does fear Is General Dell nardo Reyes now said to bo in residence abroad where supposedlyI ho Is investigating French military organiza tion He is accompanied by n pair of I aids trusted Dlar followers who re port every one of his actions to the cos tlo on Chapultepcc Eight years ago Reyes was slated to succeed Diaz in tho presidency of Mexico He was then minister of war and as such at the bead of the army Ho was a fiery tempered soldier who hind been governor of the of Nuovn Leon with headquarters at Monterey He had conducted himself so well there that he had been brought to the national capital for closer association with Diaz himself ID oSAW JN PICTURE Rudolph Max Through Cinemat ograph Rudolph J Mailer a Now court Interpreter who speaks fourteen lan guages and has a good for each told ono In English when ho arrived from Europe recently About a year ago Mr Mailer who was born In Turkey was at a moving picture show Ho was startled to see tho image of his brother Maximilian whom he hud not seen or heard from in nine years walk into the picturo of an aviation meet tit Budapest Ho was about to get and hout the Turkish equivalent for Say Max hold onl when hIs brother moved out of the pic ture Mr Muller got tho address of the ox chango from which the moving picture showman got the film and finally had a chanco to see it again The film was mado by n Parts concern Mr Mailer went to Paris recently He traced hii brother to Vienna and found him In t8 moving picture business Cuba Eats Canadian Potatoes Cuba consumes 400000 barrels of poi toea a year morn than onehalf of which It gts from I to a QIj 0 uvvDon Torflrlo hall planned to retire from the presidency after the close of the second panAmerican conference Ii which was held in Mexico in the wit i ter of 10012 Jose Yves de Llman tour minister of finance was thenI chosen to succeed Diaz and fill out the unexpired term after which General Reyes was to come to the head of the government for another period of re elections Reyes was suspicious thnt Llinau tour would not relinquish tho pros dency at tho end of tho short term and began to scheme to get tho place for himself at once without tho interven tion of the finance minister Diaz I learned of Reyes plans as ho learned t of everything else that went on in Mexico Ho gave a banquet nt his city residence In Mexico City and there was a dramatic scene between hint and ReyesThen Reyes censed to bo minister of war For n time ho was sent back to Monterey as governor always closely watched and finally about a year ago was sent abroad on a confidential military mission Now t3 General Reyes has suddenly made himself known In Paris praised Fy PRESIDENT DIAZ AND ZACATECASALL IN THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION stato BROTHER Finds Show York story up CanadaI Diaz as a patriot and said ho was abroad to prevent the use of his name as n revolutionary slogan it would np pear as if the burden of tbe insurrec tion falls on Madcro Geographically the dispatches frou Mexico Indicate that Insurrection spread through practically the whole country That the uprising has been coincident with tho termination of Mexicos first centennial celebration is not hard to understand The agitators caught the natives on the rebound when cash enthusiasm had been overdrawn It was freely predicted in the City of Mexico lost September that Inevitably hard times must come when the last ol tho flags and incandescent electric festoons Und been taken down AntiAmerican demonstrations nftci the Texas lynching simply crystallized a movement against Diaz that has beer visibly growingone that tho occu pants of tho Palaclo Naclonal In the Zocnlo have been preparing to quell speedily The rank and file of McxI cans hate Don Porfirlo because he has ticked them into approximate law and order with a grasp that never relaxes o a o oc BALLOON TO CROSS AMERICA Offer of 10000 and 1000 Trophy Made For Flight Charles J Gliddcn president of the Association of Aeronautical Pilots has received 10000 from P Chester Thompson of New York to cover the cost of n balloon to attempt a trip from tho Pacific to the Atlantic In addition Mr Thompson has prom- Ised Pilot Clayton a trophy valued nl 1000 It he succeeds In starting from the Pacific coast anti landing within fifty miles of the Atlantic Mr Glldden says ho has already asked for bids on the balloon It is to bo made of rubber silk and to have a capacity of 200000 cubic feet Spider Long on Web A single spider has been known tQ yield more than two and a quarter miles of web filament NEW YORK Population l 10f 0113279 Increase 364 per cent Population 1900 7MB8 i Population 1MO 6001117 Ii t e rl rtoj rf aTl iscoero rta paa Mnil orders promptly nun carefully filled with the best values in stock null on timi older puichnscs of S or more 200miles1Awarding charges to points within Louisvilles Greatest ONo Department Store TUESDAYS WEDNESDA EVERYWEEK + Womens and Misses HIGHGRADE MANTAILORED SUITS GOATS AND DRESSES Correctly made perfect fitting and strictly stylish garments of tho best materials at prices lower than those asks d else where for socalled solo goods AlanTailored Suits for women and misses English novelty mixtures broadcloths and worsteds guaranteed silk lined thirtyinch jackets close fitting gored and plaited skirtsi priced 2500 ManTailored Suits for women and misses fine satin finish French broadcloths and English worsteds 50mings full Length Coats for women and misses fine nil wool twofaced English polo cloth in blue and red brown and green gray and I 00Iand misses black broadcloth fit ted and semifitted half and full lined hundreds to select from prices range from C1E Ofl 0750 down to jMiJUU Childrens Full Length Coats sizes 2 to 6 years velvet and mo hair plush lined throughout with I I 75stlc Cut Glass Tumblers full size with deep cutting pinwheel pat 1 Cut Glass Nappies with or with cut Glass Celery Trays shape deep cutting pinwheelgoodII tern specialI at Cut Glass Bowls full 8inch size several styles to select from rep i Women and Misses Dresses black mohair and voiles black silk net yokes front of waist sleeves and front of skirts silk embroidery trimmed taffeta silk waist linings priced 1500 Girls Full Length Coats sizes 0 to 14 years English Meltons in Norfork and semifitted styles sailor and coat collars self and X5Olrls 00 6 to 14 years fine allwool cheviots in blues browns tans North pole blues and reds sailor and shawl roll collarsl special lu 1250 Childrens Full Length Coats sizes 2 to 6 years black caracul cloth lined throughout double Womens and Hisses Dresses fine taffeta silk in blues blacks browns and grays yoke trimmed tucked waists plaited fkirts cut fullI priced 1250 I I CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE II 95of75cwelt X189 25values 00Priced Cut Glass Pitchers full 3y pint size deep cutting well polished pinwheel pattern A regular30s at value Priced special 289 Wm Rogers Teaspoons silver plated fancy or plain set of six at69cSilverPlated Knives and Forks 79cedCarving Sets stag handle me dium size good quality steel 75cpiets in Special Sale of HighGrade Axminster Rugs r Size 22x36 inchesJregulor price 150 special nL 139 Size 27x54 inches regular price 275 special at 219 Size 36x63 inches regular price 325 special at 259 Size 36x72 inches regular price 450 special at 369 Size 4ft Gin xffft G in worth 800 special at 698 Size 9x12 feet regular price 2000 special uL 1600 Other Rugs in all qualities and sizes at greatly reduced prices I 1fIJ 1 WLI QII ciol3IL nor cto1JoI- ildIi Ii- Ii Ii 0d oJ ANNOUNCEMENTfllRVINGTON Ii 1j1j- I1L 1j- U Irvington Kyn n=1 1 Irvington College requires that the normal dopart U E A merit of this institution bo given tho most careful J p consideration The work will be of tho highest order thor oughly practical and uptodate rho course includes Psychology Methodology History- of Education and Child Study Teachers taking a part or nil this course may secure county or State certificates An commonVo f branches Ho has instructed many teachers in the centrall I part of the United States and comes to us highly recommend ed by tho president of tho Valparaiso University Orthogra I byManytime L o I boIo s- satisfaction guaranteed to every honest worker Primury II r observationIIIfor lioso who desire to learn 1lOw to tench l1 this work in ii oi tonsivo and extensive reading will ho emphasized busy work O fI exemplified and tho child mind will bo seen to dovclopo psyI chologically For further information call or address tl ft- II 0W0 M MARTIN President or W J PIGQOTT Sec and Treas 0JJ- Vie o II 101 I 10JllrTol 0 it If1 Plrint Everything from a Newspaper to a Bible A U i xl1 t I THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIIjN ADVERTISING BY THE lllfi GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CtTIES 4 She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 80 1910 RVTEbf10k POLITICAL ANNOUNceMENTS For Precinct and city Offices 2 O J For County Officesu 500 For State and District Officesl OO For Calls per line 10 For Card per HucJOFor All Publications in the iuter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line It St5s4Aaa ilcttttAA5lktt5skisUSaA51- kkk Local Laconics61kS- IS1AAkAAiRatRiekAAdw A IAAkifi O Stoy Hawkins was in the city Frida toILaCe Behen was in Loutavllle last 1weekt Mrs Walter Graham has returne from Louisville Richard Stites of Louisville was here Wednesday Mrs Mattie Collins spent Thank glying in Evansville Israel Holder has been very ill at his home in the West End Gabe Pierce and John R Miller of Holt were here Friday Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons entertaii qd at their home Thursday Mrs Lucy Temple of Owensboro 1s the guest of Mrs J H Wills Mr and Mrs Dick Witt of Brandenburg have moved to Louisville Miss Carrie Lee Tucker spent yei terday in Louisville shopping Mrs Emma Skillman and son James went to Holt for Thanksgiving Jack Collins visited Owensboro Evansville and other points last week Chas Sawyer has arrived home from San Francisco Cal to spend some timeE E Sandefur of Henderson was r t the guest of Miss Esther Jackson last 3y week 4 Miss Creg of Tennessee was the guest of her aunt Mrs English last week I Miss Ella Smith and Jeff Dillon were Jltthe guests of his mother in Hardinsbur week IZirckelJttMisses Wroe 9 F Mr Hamman of Louisville has been at the home of Mr and Mrs I Svisitini George Huber Brabandt the photograper will be iin Irvington Thursday Friday and Satut day of this week r i Walter R Hensley Train Master of 5 5L H St L R R attended the il dance Monday night r Clyde Sanders has returned home Iv 1 from Chicago and has accepted a posi- tionI at the News office Mr and Mrs Farnsworth of Evans r r vllle have moved here He islengineer on the Henderson Route Julius Nolte of this city and Dan I Burks of Holt were in Owensbori 4 Monday attending court Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro spent Thursday with thei parents Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman i Mr and Mrs Harry McCarty of Nlcholasvllle were on the train Mon fitday enroute to their home from Owens ss borot Have your friends come and trade at at our store and transfer their certlfi No CHEAP JOHN- CandlesticksF eo But Gold and Silver Ones Your money back if every article we soil is not as we represent it- Christmas gift makers can not afford to overlook our beautiful uptodate full and complete line of best jewelry Every design and everything I Engraved Free Lowest Prices Possible Stop and Rest in our Store a Respectfully i 1 T C LEWIS A Hardinsburg Ky iofrtii cates to you Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Sara Keith has gone to Elizabeth townMrs Alvin Simmons was in L i1isvllle FridayEdward Morrison went to Hawesvil yesterday Call at the News office and see the Christmas Novelties Mrs Graham Jolly and children pent Thanksgiving at Sample Harrison Gibson delivered the first load of tobacco Tuesday Best Lunch in town for 15 cents The Cloverport Restaurant Miss Jennie Warfield has been visiting Miss Forrie Hardin at Holt Claude Mercer and Vic Robertson of Hardinsburg were here Thursday Extra select Oysters flO cents qt at The Cloverport Restaurant Mrs Sallie Gross of Holt was a guest at the McGavock home Mondaj Mr and Mrs Thomas Blaine of Su phensport have been visiting relatives hereMrs Fred Fraize went to Louisvill e Tuesday where she and Mrs Hudson of Versailles spent the day Fred Pierce of Los Veges New Mexico was here last week looking as well and prosperous as ever Ernest Lynch has returned horn from the PhilHplne Islands where he was in the service of Uncle Sam Messrs Sluter and Thompson ofl Louisville and Mr Winchester of Anchorage were here last week hunt ingDavid Wilson whc has been very iill at the home of his daughter Mrs Truman Adams in Louisville is som betterMrs Fred Ferry and daughter Anni Murray have returned home from Louisville where they visited Mrs H A DawleyEdwin Hodge ol Johnston Pa spent Thanksgiving at the home of his parents Mr and MM Edwin Hodge of HendersonThe Hop Club gave a most en joyable dance in Oelzes Hall Monda night Fifty invitations were Issued and a fine time was had by those who attendedMr Mrs MWMoorman went toI Vanzant Thursday to spend Thanks giving with his parents Mr and Mrs Dud Moorman Miss Lizzie Skillman has been spend ing several days in the country as the guest of Miss Lucy McGavock The enjoyed some fine hunting Mr and Mrs W H Bosvme have returned home from Louisville Mr Bowmers eyes are very much improv ed after the operation Wanted100 young ladies to enter the piano contest We offer a special prize a 400 piano See it in ourstore Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man E P Hardaway of Bewleyville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Glen Harda way Sunday E E Hardaway of Louisville spent Friday with them Mr Leech arrived here from the East Thursday to spend the day and night with Mrs Leech and their son john Charles at the home of Dr Chas Lightfoot Come to our store today and see the piano play on it test it then enter your name in the contest and commence sav ing certificatesConrad Sippel the Shoe Man Russell Murray accidently shot him self last Sunday morning The bullet went through his left knee Mr Mur ray is at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce and is getting along nicelyAttorney V G Babbage of this city represents one of the best collecting Agencies in the State Claims of any character and on persons residing it or out of the county can be collected by him at a very small cost Henry Haynes and son Henry I Haynes Jr of Bluff City were the guests of Mrs Frank Fraize last week The latter will spend the winter it Florida where he has an office position with one of the fashionable hotels HOW TO HELP Drivers Are Given Cards of Instruc tion Tim North Carolina Good Roads as sociation Is distributing throughout the state cards which read as follows How to Keep This Road For Years This road was constructed for your useDont drive in one track Avoid making ruts lilt all use ono plnco all the wear will bo In ono place and make a rut If you uso a little caro and do not I drive exactly where the lost wagon did the wear will bo distributed which will keep the surface smooth and the road will remain good for years otherwise it will soon ho rutted and the smpoth surface gone It Is honeyed that If those who use the road will give a little attention to where they drive so as not to drive dl rectly in the same track ns tho team ahead of theta has done it will pre vent the roads from becoming filled With ruts and will hava n general tend ency to peek the greater portion of the roadI DJf1 yr yY ti For The Boy Away from Horne Have your photograph made for Christmas Beautifuland Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Will be In Irvington Ky De cembrT I 2 and 3 THANKSGIVING DAY rrAt The Cloverport Hotel Thursday a sumptuous turkey dinner was served to the boarders and their guests Th e tables were laden with good things teat and each one had a centerpiece iof beautiful cut flowers roses large chry santhemums and carnations which I friends sent to Mrs Wave Roff who has been very ill She was able to come to the dining room for the Thanksgiv ing feast Mrs Pate received many congratulations on the excellent meal and the service The cordially and hospitality Mr and Mrs Pate and thei family extend to those who dine at their tables makes The Cloverpor Hotel a very popular and attractlvi place 000 Thursday Mrs Viola Jackson vas hostess to a Thanksgivingdinncr at her home on Center street which was en joyed very much by the following Misses Laura Satterfield Lorena Sat terfield Ruth Carman Iva Wine Carrie Lee Tucker Carrie Mae Rache and Esther Mae Jackson Mr and Mrs C S Jackson Messrs Vernon Farmer E E Sandefur Forrest Jackson am Ed Morrison 000 Mr and Mrs Jacob Miller entertained Thursday at their home on the hill and had a fine dinner for the following guests Rev Mr Lewis Mr and Mrs Stinnett Mrs Chas Pate and her guest Miss Ellis of Owensboro Mis Anna Belle Tate atd Mrs Joe Gedland 000 Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce gave iia dinner Thanksgiving in honor of Mr and Mrs Henry Duncan 000 Mr and Mrs James Cordrey were host and hostess to dinner Thanksgiv lag in honor of Mr and Mrs DHuy Plates were laid for them and the fol lowing Mrs George Bentley and daughter Margaret Mrs Lightfoo Miller and son John Mrs Cordrej and Miss Bertie Cordrey Miss Perkin and Miss Lynnie DHuy o 00 Mr and Mrs Hoffious Behen were at home Thanksgiving to Mr Behen family and gave a beautiful dinner In their honor KIRK The Breckenrldge News is always welcome Thomas Creuphaw and sister Mrs Ryan mode a flying trip to see their parents Mr and Mrs R M Crenshaw last Saturday Mrs R 11 Crenshaw was visitiogrelatives here last week Mrs R M Crensbuw and daughter Mrs R E Scroggius spent one day of last week with Mrs Simon Betwin Mr Simon Beavih spent Sunday afternoon the guest of R E Scroggius Miss Bertha Whentley had a bean hull lug last Saturday night All reported a nice time Min Simon Beavin has some flowers in pots in bloom They are pretty to look at- Mrs R E Scrogtdns and her niece Miss Maggie Ryan visited Mrs Heltl Beavin uear Chestnut Hollow one day last week If thabest is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour is the flour you ought to use j t I rf c c t + =+ Ii Wants mi + For SaleLarge Red Jersey Boar COH 9 LKA lurjio red Jersey boar Itood armIJrnnuoulJu rarmfor Sale FOIt5ALit DO ncrollot lund 100 acres In Dwelling 4 rooms large barn Rood watersI ono utio Ia halt rnllos from 010 veruort on tin pike 1or further imrtlculu IovurporIontuclry For SaleScholarship r 1IowllngOrlollBreckunrldguNetrCloverport wantedIlousekecper jANTEDA white woman to ussst In housework Box SO Irvlugton Ky For Sale Boiler poll SALKScotcIi Mnrlno Holltjr lOrtx I in dltunotur 3 luuh tubes good condItion Special bargain If sold nulck Apply to W D Crutnuioiul Jliwesvlllu Ky For Sale Bank Stock FOR SALE Six shares First State Bunle IrvniKton Ky Fletcher Hlan ford Lebanon Ky rAwcO Eyes Tested Frames Fitted II Glasses Guaranteed Watches Clocks and JewelryRepaired Severs Drug Co- ls+ AVmdse ty TAKE IT IN TIME Just As Scores Of Cloverpor People Have Wiling doesnt pay If you neglect the aching back Urinary troubles diabetes surerly followDoans Kidney Pills relieve backache Cure every kidney ill Many people in this locality recom mend Doans Kidney Pills Heres one case J F Hicks R F D No5 Hartford Ky says For twelve years my kidneys were disordered I became tired easily was extremely nervous and suffered from a dull pain in the small a- my back I was also subject to dizz spells during which there was a blurt ing of my sight The secretions from my kidneys were too frequent in pass age and at times greatly disturbed my rest I was so much impressed with an advertisement I read regarding Doan Kidney Pills that I procured a suppl and I am glad to say that it was not long before they helped me The uSI of two boxes effected a cure I hay no hesitation in recommending this remedy to kidney sufferers For sale by all dealers Price 50 cent FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoausand take no other Mr Brown Dead Wni Y Browu a respected and wel known citizen on Nov 18 Hreckenridg county died at the age pf eighty thre years at the homo of his daughter sirs Sylvester Barker near Kirk He cam to Breckenridge county in i85l fron New York State lIe leaves a wife am one daughter Spiteful- At a local picture show a painter bung n notice under his highly prized landscape Do not touch with caber or umbrelltiH tome one who wai not un admirer of his works added to the notice fake un IX I asV+ rsatYeMrssAS THE BOTTOM IS OUT Steak from 12 12 to 15c Roast from 10 to 12 l2c Pork from 13 to 16c To the tobacco men Come and make my place your headquarters and get a hot lunch nt all hours P E SCOTT 1 i t r0 0 hh IIir Iiii Christmas H1 t I I PUSHING OUT f I1 t Cloaks and Suits t 7 ri-tt i Will have a bigger Line t of Christmas Goods than Iever this year f o I I J C NOLTE BRO ICLOVERPORT KY Ij m e IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT l BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT st s a s nntnflt t Mrs Emmett Hayesof Hodgensvilk and sister Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville who visited Mr and Mrs J M Mudd have returned home Miss Mary Wrather after spending two weeks here as the guest of ntr aunt Miss Ellen Munford left Monday for Louisville where she will visit Mis May Tydings and Mrs Jacob Tyler before returning to her home in Chicago Miss Wary Wrather is a very charmini young lady and she was extensively entertained while here Mr and Mrs rno Nevitt of Indiana polls Mr and Mrs Will Nevitt and mother Mrs Kate Nevitt of Stithton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Nevitt for several days last week Mr Nevitt came over in his handsome car I the Overland from Indianapolis and Mr Jno Nevitt and his friends enjoyed it white here Mrs Jan Hardestry breaks the record in the delivery of fine turkeys to this market having brought in about eighty turkeys amounting to 170 W J Piggott was host at a six oclock dinner given at the Seelbacl Thursday evening in honor of his son Walter Joseph Piggott who was one of the winners in the High School Team I of foot ball that played on Thanksgiv lag day Covers were laid for nine Miss Kate Musselman who is wits her aunt Mrs Pomp McCoy in Louis ville was the guest of her parents last weekMrs Bettie Calhoun of Auburn ar rived last Thursday to be the guest of Mrs Lydia Handy Jno Galloway has sold his farm neat town consisting of 102 acres to Mr Robert Gilpin of Custer Considera tion 100 and possession will be giver about the first of the year If the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best Flour Is the Hour yon ought to use Mrs L B Moremen is spending sev- eralI days in Brandenburg the guest of Mrs Mary Moremen I Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver and sons Ben Helm and Perry Weaver returnee to Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Hook and daugh ters have returned from Union Star Miss Claire Jolly and Misses Eva ani Mabel McGlothlan are in Louisville this week Mrs H B Head and daughter Miss Virginia retuftltidSunday from Louis ville Mrs LaRue Cox and Mrs Newsom Gardner have gone to Louisville for a few days Mrs Cox will remain for a stay of a week with her sisterinlaw Mrs Tom Ditto The Club will meet with Miss Jessie Brady at her home on Caroline Street on Friday evening Dec 2 Mrs Louis H Jolly spent Friday in Louisville shopping Mrs Jas Lewis and daughter Mrs Will Ashcraft of Brandenburg came down lost week to visit Dr and Mrs S P Parks- Miss Margaret Peyton of Hardins burg was the week end guest of Miss Susie Dandy Mrs Lydia A Jolly was called to Mt Vernon 111 last week on account of the Illness of her mother Mrs Nannie WilliamsMiss Carter of Cloverport visited her aunts the Misses Green wood last week cp- k y k il I Miss B Ala Drjry left for Louisville SundayMrs Nora Board and two children have returned home from Hardlnsburg Mr and Mrs Jno Akors will close their home in the country this week and come to town for the winter and occupy the Coleman proper- tyWEBSTER Miss Mary Mercer and visitor Miss Lyddan were In town Saturday shop pingThurman Drane of Louisville spent Thanksgiving with his brothers and will visit his sister Mrs nick Davis Mr and Mrs Frank Payne entertain ed a number of friends to dinner Thanksgiving Miss Ossle Payne is the guest of her aunt at Owensboro Misses Mamie and Nannie Lee Kendal left Saturday for Owensboro to at tend school The Rook Club will be entertained at the Misses St Clair Friday Evening Tom Carter and sister of Cloverport ware the guests of their aunt the Misses Greenwood Mr and Mrs Tom Compton visited their relatives near Mooleyville the latter part of last week Miss Myrtle Lyddan Is still visiting Miss Mercer of Raymond We are sorry to know that Forrest Compton has been sullering severely from a toothache John Lyddan was out to Frymlre on business Friday Victor Orendorf was the guest of ayfriend at Beaver Dam last week Miss Ruth Mattinirlv was the guest of her aunt one nithtlast week on her way to Louisville Prof Martin of Irvington lectures at Walnut Grove church Saturday night Come one come all to hear himIf the best is not too good Lewisport Best Flour is the four you ought to useLouisville Market Report Louisville Nov 29 1010Specialr Wheat No 2 Red and Longberryj 9ZcCornNo2 white 55vv OatsNo2 mixed new 34 Eggs Market steady case count 28 candled 2030- PoultryHens lOper lbj roosters JCj young chickens l3j ducks 12c turkeys 15c Geese lOc 1 CalvesReceipts 110 head market slow and a shade lower bulk of the best 88Se medium 68c common 3y6clIogsRecelgts 1141 head a very small supply for Monday and with a Rood demand the market openedearly and 15c higher Trading was active i All weights selected hogs sold at 715 roughs out at 6650 down clqsed firm with pens cleared early in the day j Sheep and LambsReceipts 104 head market quiet and unchanged best fat sheep 23c down common sheep 1Q 2c fat lambs fi5c common and I cull 35c i n all 4 f STRANGE ABOUT THOSE HATS TWO r rAnT HATS 01 tai S SN Years ago huts had trimmings A box of feathers roses and ribbons lace nod velvet odd ornaments and aigrets was In every womans posses lion from which she trimmed a hat or two each season with her own fair fingers The velvet draped the crown The algret was for height and thence brightened it up a bit and lent a dressy all and the flowers nestled at tno base of the wing to set the whole thing off That was a hat And it cost If you were rich 12 and if you wore just worrying along on a small tmlary the same effect was arrived nt for nbout 0 But now it is quite different Hats do not have trimmings or at the most Very little A bare hat Is chosen priced anywhere from say 4 to X25 In the nude and then It Is adorned perhaps with a single feather or quill or nn odd looking ornament It limns a positively naked appearance but It Is 11timid Thats enough But the marvel ous part about It Is that It costs much more than the one with lace nnd the 1 1fcuthm and buckle Sometimes there Is nothing on the chapeau but a perky little rose about as big as a babys list thats nil but the rose costs 1 and time lint costs 14 and there you are The limits Illustrated are charm JI1Ug models of the season carried out lu fur and are ns chic ns they are sim qpiei r Orange Jelly In Baskets This makes a very pretty dessert Extract time juice of six oranges amid one lemon Put two ounces of sugar with It and let stand until the sugar Is dissolved Soak half an ounce of gelatin In n little cold water until soft Add Kulllcleiit water to the orange Juice to make nearly a pint and to 4hls ndd the gelatin Warm tho whole mixture until the gelatin is fully dis solved stirring thoroughly Pour Into your orange peel baskets and set away In Use cold to harden Orange Haskcts Cut away pmt of peel on one silo of orange to form a handle leaving lower halt ns bowl of the basket Of course the pulp has got to bo taken out very carefully so ns not to break the skUi An easier way Is to cut the orange In halves I remove time pulp and till with the Jelly A little of the Jelly may be saved out and when ready to serve chop it up quite fine and spread on top of the baskets Whipped cream may also be used A Few Last Minute Offerings For the Invalid n dainty bed Jacket of nuns veiling In a pretty pale shado Is u gift that will ho valued and can bo quickly made A simple model for it should bo chosen sleevesdud edge of sack buttonholed with silk or they may be hemmed amid the stitches covered with fenthorstUehlng Any piece of hand needlework will ho acceptable but without it n gift will savor too much of tho shops Neck mufUers for evening wenr can be made from short lengths of flower ed ribbon wadded and lined with soft silk or quilted satin Leather napkin rings are pretty anti aro easily made com a strip of leather six or seven inches long and two and onehalf Inches wide In the center of tho strip the monogram Is oilier sten i lied or burnt on and the band Is sim F strIpFgether with a thong of leather These sro pretty and inexpensive gilts y l k SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW TIDE IDEAL LAUNDERING MACHINE The Washer That Washes It Must beSeen at Work To be Appreciated Carl Darbo Local Agent i Irvington Kentucky Why The Ideal Washes so Well It embodies the same principles as washing by hand but does it without the wear and tear to the clothes which in hand washing iis so pronounced The principle of hand washing is little understood It is generally believed Unit it is the rubbing on the washboard and the friction thereby produced which removes tin dirt This is an error it is tin Inkling of the fabric by means of the hands and pushiti these folds over the ridges of tho washboard thus bending the folds each timo they pass over the ridges and forcing water through the meshes that does the work This principle is embodied in tho Ideal Washer in such a manner that all the cleansing features of tho hand washing are brought into action while the wear and tear so unavoidable fri the I rubbing action of the washboard are avoided Tho small rollers are all opposite the grooves and ribs alternate hnnd of sufficiently small diameter to force tho clothes into the moves of the largo roller thereby bending the fabrics into folds six times at every i inch traveled while passing through the machine at the same time pressing soap and water through tho meshes with great force This is just what is intended to bo accomplished on tho washboard only with tho machine there is ten times the speed and with a rolling insteadof a sliding motion thereby reducing tho wear to a minimum What the Ideal Will Do It will wash a table cloth and two dozen napkins in 30 seconds two bed sheets in from 30 to 50 seconds- A pillow case and three dozen handkerchiefs in one minute The dirtiest wrist or neck bands as clean as it can be done by hand or on the board in one half the time Half a dozen hand towels in thirty seconds- A bedspread or wool blanket in 30 to 40 seconds A 4 to 5pound comforter better in five minutes than can be done in any other way without injury in ten hours With the use of an Ideal the entire washing can be done with loss labor than is necessary for the wringing of the clothes alone from the ordinary make of machines You say How can that all bo true 1 Because tho Ideal uses a principle by which it gets a compression on the soap and water forcing it through and through tho texture without rub twist wrench or snarl and in this condition you can pass packages containing many pieces through tho wringer in less time and with greater ease than single pieces can bo wrung from their twisted condition after being washed in any other way With the Ideal rolling spring principle more soap and water can be forced through time fabric in ten seconds than can be done with other machines in ten minutes Points of Superiorit- yIt will wash perfectly clean any garment including wrist or col lam bands of shirts all seams of white shirts without the usual hand or washing board work It will washwithout injuring tho finest silks or linen Woolens without shrinking and woolens that have been shrunken it will unshrink T The Ideal takes onehalf the time onehalf the waste oue half the fuel onethird the labor onceiphth the wear required by the hand board or any other make of washing machine Here The Ideal Excels The Ideal Washer should not he confounded with any of the many devices sailing under the name of washing machines some of which have merit in a special line while they are useless in other classes of work but most of which are simply invented and made to sell hy men who never learned or understood tho true principle of washing clothes Rubbing not wearing shortens the life of garments Wash boards and so styled washing machines brutally tear and rend Caustic compounds knaw and ruinWThe Ideal Washer Warranted To bo the most perfect and practical hand Washing Iviachino yet in vented It is warranted to cleanse all kinds of clothes easier bettor with less water and in less time than cane be done by handwith a washboard or any other make of Washing Machine We warrant every part and portion of tho machine as to workmanship and material used and to make good all defects shouldany develop but not against results of excessive wear and tear accident or neglect of instruction People Are Behind The Times Did you ever stop to think that with our modern houses and our modern wash tubs in these modern houses we are still washing in tho sumo primitive manner that our mothers did forty and fifty years ug01 Why Because there has never until now been a Washing Machine invented that would do tho work The Ideal the WASHER that WASHES is just now being introduced to tho public and that is why there is a big sale for it because it fills the bill and relieves tho home of drudgery of wash day It Is Good For the Rich and Better for the Poor as an Investment The purchase of an IDEAL iis not an expense in any sense but n means of economy as more money is expended in every homo during tho year and in every hotel and institution within three months for items that tho machine will save such as labor fuel board for laundry help and tho extra wear on tho goods laundered by the old primitive method than the cost price of the machine and with ordi nary care they will last 10 to 20 years Just Remember This When it comes to labor saving devices in any line it pays to get the best Tho cast may be greater in tho beginning but it is cheaper in tho end The IDEAL is cheaper at tho price of which it is un versally sold than any other machine would be as n gift Why Be cause it pays for itself in the saving of time fuel and clothing Other machines dont do this Housework Made Easy It Is clearly every w mans duty when the days of summer approach to lighten her domestic labors as much as possible In order that sho may en joy the open air pleasures and so store up strength and health for the com paratively shut In winter days Quo piece house dresses of calico or lawn are nice because they are cool easily laundered do not fade nnd are always becoming- To keep the house cool and clean in the easiest way we should have hero floors small tugs which are easily shaken and tl1 plo muslin draperies Many are uslnj double sash curtains at windows for summer and the effect is qulto pretty The lower curtains are fastened to the sash and so raise with the window leaving the entire space for air to enter- HcavYwe1Jht ebeeUnjr with wide II v I hems all around crake dainty oca spreads They are light and easily laundered The kitchen lloor may be scrubbed with nil ordinary scrub brush fastened to a mop stick so that one need not got down on hands nnd knees Surplus waver can be taken up with cloth In another mop stick A wlso housekeeper keeps n paper over the catch all pun under time burn ers of the gUlli stove and changes it often Thats easier than scouring the pan On the sill she keeps a small pot of growing parsley anti silo always has green on hand to flavor soup and to decWato the meat platter A Sure Sign City Visitor now do you know this tree Is a dogwood Suburbanite 1 can tell by its hnrkIlaltlmore American h il L Ih I V W WWWYI Itii A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For Your You can find no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANK m CLOVERPORT iI with the interest compounded annually and no better way of paying your bills than by check whereby you always have a record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USAI Izof fair dealings with our customers and always cater to their wants consistent with ound banking principlesIMWUIM AIIf WfWlt v WtWlt 1IT 11 j W II BowMBit President A B SKILLMAN CnshierJF L LiaiiTFOOT VicePrcsident 0 T SKHLMAN Asst Cashier TilE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANKICloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Sate Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimelDeposits DIRECTORS AY B Skillman Conrad Simons F LY Lightfoot W H Bowmer Jno C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher 1Ffr 1 rw A esnnrM a t EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank account WHY I BecauseYour money iis safer in the bank than anywhere else your bills by check is tho simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays It gives you a better standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account leaches helps and encourages you to saveIThis bank does all tho bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky t L 1tL GULLET SEAT OF HUNGER 7 Italian Scientist Thinks Cocaine Proves His Contention Whether theI feeling of hunger has Its seat In tilt stomach and thirst Ir the throat Is n question that most peo pie take for grunted but It hits been time subject of much scientific contro versy According to Dr Valontl an Italian physician the seat of both hun ger and thirst Is In the gullet In the Archlvl dl Hlologla he pub lishes an article dealing with an experiment which he believes proves his contention Ho found that a cocaine Injection In lilt upper part of the til tncntary canal resulted in Instant suppression of the feeling of butte lion ser and thirst He tried It on a dug which refused to eat or drink for five Jays after which thedrug had worked Itself out- Savages however knew long befoio Dr VulentlI I that the chewing of coca lleaves renders the gullet Insensible and kills any desire for food or drink Yankee Soldiers Good Savers Thrift on the part of Dnltcd States soldiers Is Indicate In a steady in crease In their savings deposits Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA A Riddle Making Epoch There have been epochs nl which rid Lite making bus been more1 especially III vogue and such epochs would up pear to occur alt seasons of fresh Intellect at awakening Such an epoch there was nt the tlrst glimmering of new Intellectual light In the second malt of the Beventb century This was the age of Aldhelui bishop of Sher borne the first In the roll of Anglo Latin poets He left u considerable number of enigmas In Latln hexane tern Aldhelm died In TOOl Before his time there was n collection of Latin riddles that bore the name of Sym ihoslus Of this work tho dato ia un known We only know that Aldhelui used it and we may infer that it was then n recent product Tho riddles of ymphosius were uniform in shape consisting each of three hexameter Ines Cornhlll Magazine His Style AgentDId you find a suitable houso for that customer who seenieu so chesty Assistant I did my best sir I recommended him one with n swell ront Baltimore American Knew of Course Husband Docs that new novel turnout happily WifeIt doespt say It only sass thisy were married St Louis Star Ono kindraayturnaside a tor rent of auger Jci i f jl t h 1s JY 1COLIICOLGeneral Auctioneer I Irvington Kentucky to cry your sale no matter where or what kind None none too small to receive careful attention T work for IIWant from the day I book your sale Write or phone me for early guaranteed dates 15 years experience Terms reaso n Calcium Chloride For Preventing Dust Time Houston IexlI Post lies the fol lowing discussion of dust preventive Second lu Importance only to the construction of good roads themselves Is the solution of the dust problem Automobile traffic has had a revolu tionary effect upon rood building anti has taxed time utmost energies of road engineers throughout the world to cope with the new conditions which have arisen The dust that is raised by a rapidly moving machine Is dlsa greeble and annoying not only to other users of the highway as well as the occupants of automobiles following In the wake of the car ahead but also the residents along the road The only real and permanent splutlon of the problem is the construction of a binder that will not yield to the effects of au tomoblle traffic Oil and tar together with various other preparations have been tried out and especially abroad with only fair success In most cases their application is expensive und their effects disagreeable The greatest Rate isfaction from all standpoints has been obtained both In the United States and abroad fr fn time use of cal cium chloride It Is the cheapest of all layers with the exception of water and in some cases is much more eco nomical than the latter when the cost of dust prevention for the whole sea son Is taken into consideration One of its greatest advantages is that it is clean und absolutely odorless Intact it seems to have been demonstrat ed that calcium chloride can be used with profit on frequently traveled highways Good Road Helpers Dont be Jealous of the automobile owner for if he doesnt happen to own laud In your township be fid paying taxes in some other place and thus contributes his share toward the mak ing of better roads and in many Instances ho Is advancing money to aid in road construction It a road is made better for an automobile it k also made better for a buggy with a load of eggs in the back end = Subscribe Right Now i fi or The CenturyIN THE LIFE OF MARTIN LUTHER r a wCAt dramatic readable Illus rated r Robert Hichenss fTHE DWELLER ON t THE THRESHOLD r A powerful new novel byFi r 0thoden of AUahitsthemo psychical research ar A rich and varied feast of good things for readers ofjThe eo Century IN 1911 10TUEr p UNION SQUARE a NEW YORK j 4 NOTICEc Please dQ not ask us to publishcard- of thanks resolution or obUutrte free a Advertising is the Key note of succert o i 11 i at r r HAVE YOU A- SLICKER Its the Smith College Girls Rainy Day Costume WATCH YOUR STEP LADIES 1 lags of Many KindsSmart Reticules Made of Old Drocado That Can Be Turned Out at Home In Professional FashionDear A girl I know at Smith College wrote to mo last week asking mo to get n slicker foe her All the girls here have slickers she rambled on in her letter aril as they cant be bought In this town of Northampton Im bothering you to secure one for me Heavens and earth1 I gasped What Is n slicker As the girl said something about get ting this thing nt n rubber store I hied me there and found out Well for your unregenerate soul Ill oilsklnswornthe black rubber coat and shiny helmet that firemen wear Arrayed In this OINOEH ALE 1BNCH slicker costume tho Smith girls have solved the problem of keeping dry In a pouring rain No more fruitless searches for the umbrella no more be draggled hats and sloppy shirts at Smith Girls In long black rubber coats and shiny helmets pour out of the campus houses and stream to chapell No fond mother could identify her own daughter In the host of rubber clad fig urea splashing through the rain the faces bidden beneath low visors which come down almost to the shoulders but if one looks Intently there Is a decided difference in the way tho class beauty 1 tilts her helmet in coquettish fashion from the headgear of the president of the Philosophical society No one though can fall to admit that tho Smith girl escapes many ills by her sensible rainy tiny costume and its economical too250 for a slicker and 50 cents for n shiny black helmet Lets M1i Kgetn slicker and helmet and be up to 6 i Jplatc Judging Character by Feet 4 f Yes Ive been gathering In a lot of K Jiqueer information these days and tho iIlatcst was learned from an observant member of tho mnscullno persuasion lie told me that the way wise men Judged a womans character was by Btudylng her feet Note says this wlse guy how the step reflects tho state of body and mind the mincing step of the small minded and time kick ilngof the sidewalk by tho energetic nervous woman How about the I lUipbble walk I inquired of my in rv BtructorI with touch interest What vi does that indicate The wise oun answered She who rehhnges her gait with the fashions jjsjacks originality It sounds prosai- cJx1iut the foots tthe thing and loudly M stjtalks if you will listen to It Do you f see that girl who strides and shakes tJIfher hips with each step She Is 1 coarse There goes one with a short iWWU i step and toes pointing straight for f wjird She with make a neat and eco l tr Sure Cure II would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer 1ofFrozen Camp W Va II have found no med icine equal to Cardui I had suffered for abo- utifour years Would have A headache for a week at a time until I would be y nearly crazy I took Car dui and now I never have the headache any more UIt4I I Th Womans Tonic The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary JIlts not safe to trust to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardui for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This fsthesenslble the scientific the right way e ma1Try it i jiomlcal wife Note time KM tolib shuf lies Shell wear n slovenly dressing gown when she ought to be bewitch Ing In a smart negligee That Jlt of fcinlntnlty with n not too slow but regular stride puts n high price on herself but will always command rev sped and cat be relied upon as being good form She will be a shoulder to shoulder companion to a man and not a mate of the Ivy type These points may servo as both a warning anti n guide to both sexes continued my Informant and when an Individual turns tine right toe In he may as well label himself or herself egoist Just ns one who pounds the sidewalk with the heel announces n dislike of being contradicted So I flay to you Elsa dear mind the step How to Tell a Womans Age But worse than nIl the signs of the times Is the awful fact that seine one In England has discovered how to tell exactly a womans ago What punish ment will fit the crime perpetrated by tthis scientist But Its accomplished the divulgence of this welllkept secret by an ordinary watch and the posses stun of the wrist of time victim It seems that In counting her pulse If It registers sixtynine beats per minute her ago Is between twenty nnd twenty tire years Another five years seventy ono beats go to the minute and to the woman of thirty Is permitted well lets change the subject Horrible Inv venllon Isnt It Now to talk of pleasanter things It Is without doubt time day of the little bag And time girl who ins a limited amount of money with which to buy small accessories should be devoutly thankful for tho fashion as with a little Industry she can turn out the smartest sort of reticule with hor own hands Time easiest variety of bag to make IIs one of old brocade io make It the top Is drawn Into n wide box plait on each side by means nr four eyelets an Inch apart and a half Inch below the top A narrow strip of wood two Inches and a quar ter long with holes to correspond to time two central eyelets 1Is placed on each half of the bag This Is hell to tho brocade by the cord run through two slits In the material between the central eyelets and the corresponding holes in the wood The lacers are then run in opposite directions and draw up firmly und easily Here too Is tho recipe I promised you for ginger ale punch which I found In the Boston Cooking School Magzlnc Melt one and tflree fourth cups of sugar In one cup of lemon juice and stir In one quart of ginger ale When the sugar Is melted freeze to a mush Serve In cocktail glasses with or after the meat course Half a cupful of sauterne may be mixed through the Ice after It Is frozen With best wishes for tho success of your dinner devotedly MABEL HOLD THE RIGHT IDEALS Latent Courage and the Power of Mental Suggestion Wo not only Can strengthen mental weaknesses and deficiencies but It Is perfectly possible to Increase the gun eral ability through time power of SUK gcstlon says Orison Swett Marden lu Success Magazine Indeed the susceptibility of till ttime mental faculties to improvement to enlargement is something remarkable- SOmethues very strong faculties are latent until especially aroused There are many people who pass for cowards who mire humiliated because they have so little courage when If they only knew how they could strengthen this deficient faculty wonderfully by holding the courageous Ideal by thinking and doing the courageous deeds by carrying the tthought of fear lessness by reading about heroic lives by constantly tthinking the heroic thought Wad trying to live It The courage may be small In a person be cause It has never buen called Into sulllcleut exercise It may need only to be aroused There are many people living lives of mediocrity who might do great timings might become mental giants if their dormant faculties wore aroused their general ability Improved nnd enlarged SANTA CLAUS TABLE It Will Delight the Children at the Christmas Feast The Santa Claus touch should bo used In a table at which the children will be For a centerpiece have n chimney with Santa nod his full t ack climbing from It Arrange cardboards or wood to represent the slope of aloof and corer It with cotton batting and mica snow At each corner of tho table have n Christmas tree hung with tinsel and red balls If you do not fear fire tiny coupes may bo light ed on these trees It will be safer to supply them with sparklers lighted Just as the guests reach tho dining roomConnect the trees by tinsel cord strung with small red stockings filled with jfnvors Have small Santa Clauses for place cards and n turkey nt each plate filled with nuts and candy canes String cranberries and suspend front chandelier to corner of table If table Is long ono at each side thou twist smilax around each string and put tho samo around centerpiece For placo cards use holly with berries to match cranberriesA bell may bo made by wrap ping n large sized hoop with holly or pine connecting this with a smaller sized hoop above by four wires or stout cord Hang strands of popcorn from upper hoop to lower one Use a largo red apple for a clapper For the Best results try News Want Ads n SOME UNUSUAL SOUP RECIPES That Are Good and Appetizing For the Winter Dinner In the winter the housewifes fancy seriously turns to thoughts of soups With time first few cold days the stockpot acquires im Interest which it has lacked for at least several months while lime daily menu becomes longer by one hot wholesome course When reinstating soup to Its proper dignity this year It would be an excellent I housewifely study to vary It to n greater extent than In former seasons The average first course Is extremely limited In point of variety and good and tasty recipes are so numerous that Itls a pity this should be the ciisc Try a variation of the familiar to lento bisque Have tho fruit weighing just a pound and cook thorn in salted water with either three or four white potatoes peeled of course according to size mind 1 have n bunch of sorrel In tho water When soft rub them through a sieve timid heat again with some butter Add the seasoning liked boll up yet agate nod serve with toast fingers Any poultry stock makes a good soup In capable hands Anti by poul try stock are meant not the extracted juices of a whole fowl but simply wa ter In which the biped IIs boiled This Is the teethed followed by one adept manager to use up tho super fluous liquor when serving boiled fowl To a pint and a quarter of time latter add just a little celery n more sliver of onion n saltspoonful of peppercorns and a teaspoonful of salt or to taste When 1 lotus reached the boiling point simmer It slowly half an hour and afterward strain Trepan the tinml blend of flour und butter and gradual Ily your on to It the boiling liquid Add ono cupful of milk nod season with salt and pepper If the yolk of one egg Is slightly whipped thinned with n tablespoonful of the boup and added to the pot tage proper It makes for additional richness In such case It must bo served Immediately or It will curdle The Sheraton Work Table Perhaps the most graceful of Shera ton one of the old English cabinet makers of fame small pieces are his tables One type which Is here Il lustrated Is described In his cabinet dictionary as the pouch table As you see It Is a table with a bag in which fancy work was deposited The workbags are suspended to n frame which draws forward In which POUCH TAm E JSUKHATON 1EIUOD frame Is a lock that shuts Its bolt up Into the under edge of the tail nt the top Time silk pouch strikes that bold color effect of which Sheraton was so fond sad Is noticed also In the short silk curtains hung on tho brass rails of his sideboards These tables In mahogany are being reproduced In modern furniture and nro a distinct addition to the living room furnish ings mud a comfort In the sewing lino to the woman fortunate enough to own one of them How to Clean Globes An excellent way to clean obscured gas globes Is to wash them with soup anti warm water In which a little salts of lemon has been mixed says Table Talk The great dlfllculty in the way of getting the ground portion of the globe to look white Is time grease which sets closely in the roughness and which does not seem to be thoroughly removed by soap Wad water alone or oven with the help of soda After time globes have beets carefully washed In the manner recommended do not dry them with n cloth but aft er letting the tap run upon them for awhile place them where time water can drain oft It 1Is an advantage to let them stand in a llttlo sawdust or on a woolen cloth ns the water which runs down will then be soaked up as It flows and time globes will dry more rapidly The Carving Knife There is a great deal in knowing how to sharpen tho carving knife The steel should be hed In the left hand which should be on n level with the elbow pointed toward time right shod der and tho knife held almost perpendicular The hilt of tho knifes edge should be placed at the top of the stool and tho blade drawn downward tho whole length of both steel and knife first on one aide and then on the other so that the point of the knife finishes at time hilt of the steel The blado should bo almost flat on the steel with the back slightly raised Unit with only the edge touching It = r i r Often Tim Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy sponsible for much sickness amidsufferitlg onedol a therefore if kidney trouble is permitted to continue serious re suits most likely to follow Your other organs tray need at tention but your kid neys because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ dutyIfbadly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you its great merit The mild and immediate effect SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands the 1II0st distress- Ing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent old mayhloby mail free also are most arc of of mpliwihow parerwhcnUinghamton N Y Dont make any mis SwnmpRootsomething in place if you do you will be disappointed A ROYAL NURSERY Schoolroom In Victoria Tower Well Situated For Light and Air The tyro suits of rooms at the top of Victoria tower Windsor castle are fitted up and ready for the children of the king and queen There arc a school room dining room lily and night nurseries rooms for governesses and at tendants bathrooms and kitchen Time former are beautiful apartments and nre Immediately above the rooms of the king and queen The childrens apartments are magnificently situated for light and air mind they command most delightful views Being at a considerable altitude these childrens apurtmcnts catch the health giving air from Windsor pork and there are no more beautifully sit tinted schoolrooms In tile world Everything about them Is light and bright There la nothing somber the walls belcg covered with very light papersThe sclioolrqom is fitted up with little tables f nd chairs and time furniture Is all In Keeping It much resembles a drawing room except that there aro all kinds of childrens books and school requisites Here the royal children Prince John in the youngest and he celebrat ed his fifth blrlfiduy a few days ago will do their Kssons and learn about the great empire of which Windsor castle Is the curter Immediately below the windows on one side Is the beautiful east terrace with Its sunken garden maul rowers and a fountain playing In thin center and statuary all round On the south side are time mag niflccnt long walk and Windsor park and some of the grandest scenery In EnglandThere are nlf ely fitted up bathrooms and close by 1in a special kitchen which Theregvlll5eto look after the welfare of Princess Mary and the little princess and there is nothing wanting to make the rooms quite idefil apartments for children Time rooms of course are never shown to visitors and are kept quite Iprivate The queen of Spain anti her brothers received1 their early education here and Queen Victorias children had their nursery and schoolroom in the same tower Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAWhat I The editor ot the TaylorTrotwooi t JJugHzine wrote to one of his frieu 1s these words You ask me to notify you if I saw nn opportunity for a safe invest meat I have it for you I never knew until now what a good opportunity fot a money making investment this maga zinc afforded You ask me to let you- Ina Oil the ground floor and I am so This same opportunity is given all1 who desire to be n stockholder and n Life Subscriber to time TaylorTrotwoodt Magazine One share of Btock pet value 1000 and n perpetual subscrip thou to the magazine both for 10 Let us have your order now TIm opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenn Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publicationrjof this kind of matter Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 145143 I Ml 146 II 142 144 148STATIONS VIlY DallyU1pm4I I t4 b3 rSTIA1t1IEIlt1 11231 h r IilditUl + 112 uif5 OI t0 fI MKDOKA US 42 m 13 Ir os t is to H 8TITIM tlo 12 07 f7 W r5 17 KAT1IUVN N20I1 1001 11t o 21 WEST IOiNTa 23 12 01 660 f52J W2 IIOWAILIrim 58sm taD4 r531 fO 80 1lAiLLLISi to to 4a 41t5u I 335IIUalas104J 015nr 1u 18 ntvlNCrON 541 to 31 1010 l1snUt mltem 31ratIIl1 f1037 SAMlLiK flO 37 o IS f0 H STlCtHENSIOUT 10W le1 lJ tJO 4S ADDISON flOttJ rrIt01 tlO M VOLT cia I n m 1120 715 1l 00 ULOVEIUOUT SHOlS 4 57 10 IIIf4 67 8 ia m f802lal I 17 f74to31InIi 45 f305 VAITMAN fll Ii f723 115t1r 04 DUTOIIP 113 12 roam 835 igibpni r OtVKNSIIOUO II 50 815 siTTS840 CONwAY H f61T1l1tST7nm 3m 17 2irt621r1617 58 U 18 StOTTSVILLE 758 311 813 t OiII655pm1 55 15 1 oaEVANSVILLE 2 IIi loam 2307 40nm 110 7 40pm ST LOUIS OOOptnl 8 rum f Stops on Signal Whore no time shown trains ix NOT STOP StLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport frothwestHartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class lsl Clussi1stClass Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 PlsSenSTATIONS MixedDullySunday Sunday Dully Dully Sunday Sunday 1 1 1 1110pmf6t b0f7f720 607 flMO- I Horned f92U f237 1015 5723 l1I 19s1I 4t Junction s922s2255734 6111154mm Hardlnsburg x917s210 h 1010f750100117i7liS 10 II 59 siaa7 Qlendeano s845 100 ss 10 7 0U sl236 Dempster 836 s2 45 043 36f83931f8111842 730 fiSJsO Oaksf818 f2 13 023 915S9 3 30 BARLINflTON C 4r U as IHOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of Rough1rlD SocondOhLSil I 25This Tlrao Tullo wontJI 27 24 26 J2Into elfoct Suiuliy JunoAllxed Passenger Passenger 111 mum ut 1151 pin Passenger Passenger Mixed MondayWcdnltllyDaily y l rldyOnlyI pmI45 i i I 1 I 11 n I I D I f Real Estate DepartmentD- oI you want to buy a farm or business t If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and lotus introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business = If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage 950 OTaJros i3K miles north of Hard InsUurir near tho lirandcnburt road Well watered plontr of timber for Improvements iioublo Log houso small stable Good rich land tine for ii Army tobacco Terms easy for further Informll tlon write Jno D IlubbuKu Olorerport Ky 3 300 uo acres 2 nines from Gaston s 3 miles from IrvlnKton well watered litys welt good young orclmrd good yurdsIroOroomrgood burns b trn and tenant houso and cis turn back in the Hold moat and lion houso particularssaddressg R9 QUO For IM micros four mllesweat rallroadalltrrcalmland Smiles from brunch cuitlvatloncorn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water woll at door of dwell lag log dwelling S rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty of Rood timber for farm purposes I good land to clear Price 000 X cash ion SALEA farm containing 250 acres and under fence A nice cottage ct five 15 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with u store over It two goo1 stock barnat ono tunanthousualoutsoo apploand peach trees also pears quinces and aprtcots most all kinds of smell fruits including a nice clolrod1uuluncetrovellot black locust sutllclent for posts to wlro tho whole farm In It lies near E son I on L HL St fj U It price Is 5000 oc long and easy payments FOIt SALEA splendid stand surroundedphysician In a good town by Rood prosperous farmers This Is Just the placo for some young physician to step Into a good nractlco and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is tho reason for selling Ior further partic ulars address JNO D nABBAGK Clover port KY HAVE you over tried to sell your old I clothes Tho only i way you can sell them is to talk about them show them and keep after tho person until you get tho money in your pocketbook Its the same way with everything else you have to talk about it before you can sell itnnd the best way to be heard is through the home paper Put an ad in thell want column at Ic a wprd an ad in the locals at lOc a lino and you will sell that old stove that baby buggy or gasoline on gino This can be dodo throughxTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS n +rrv- a o I1t U 0 1 tlJf Qf KYK rrKd1SYKrKKrrrtrrscKrKS Q Yrrrta rKrYK KrYrYYYY1Y g HARDINSBURG NEWS BUREAU j BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT r ARkltetilAAltiiltiYSSitkQ 1111 1isS1 1 1AtikitStSt tttl SskitSlkisyto sitskittAA t Mr and Mrs Oscar Pearl or Shepherd vll1e were guests of Rev and Mrs ML Dyer a few days last wool Mr Pearl Is Circuit Court Clerk of Bullitt county He thinks of Investing in Brcckinridgo county land and y was viewing some firstclass farms while here- Franklin Kinchcloe who is studying pharmacy in Louisville Lewis who Is in business there Allen who is In medical college all came down home and ate Thanksgiving turkey at their fathers Dr A M Klncheloes Miss Margaret Peyton visited frIends in Louisville Thanksgiving returnln SundayAttorneys Gus Brown and Hal Murray were In HaWesville last week attending court- Principal Maxey and Supt Drlske attended Teachers Association at Westview Saturday Marriage license were issued to Martin Mattlngly to wed Dessle Kane both of Hardmsburg Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard were guests of relatives in Cloverpor ThanksgivingArthur Vivian Haswell Morris Kincheloe and Dr Royalty went I to Lexington to see the foot ball game Thanksgiving between the State Uui varsity and Central- C F Sherfllus the excellent yours man who was here last summer and fall in charge of the experiment sta tion near the depot just after witness- Ing the big foot ball game at Lexington Thursday was called to Mayfleld on accountof the sudden death ofhis father Sheriff Dennie Sheeran reports tax collections good It is well people hay been paying up as the penalty goes on tomorrow December 1st Hon John P Haswell returned Sat urday from Circleville Ohio where he had spent several days with relatives Besides Mrs Ollie Wilson of Fords viiie and Mr and Mrs Lon Jarboe of Kirk Mr and Mrs Andrew Elder and Mr and Mrs Win Beauchamp were guests of Mrs Vera Jarboe Thanks giving Mrs J W Tilford and children have returned from a visit to friends at Irtntiss in Ohio county Mr and Mrs Minor C Compton of Garfield were guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Saturday and Sunday Mr Nora Board and children of Irvington were guests of Mr and Mrs C I Beard Sunday Franklin Beard Jr was in Louis yule several days last week Mr and Mrs Larkin Gibson were guests of his mother in Cloverporl ThanksgivingMrs Haswll and daughter Georgia Mae went to Stephensporl Wednesday for several days visiting Dr Walker and family and Miss Ruth Kincheloe were visitors at Bew leyville Sunday Misses Martha and Isabel Gardnci and Margaret Beard were guests of Mr and Mrs John Skillman Sunday Misses Carrie and Mary Walls went to Custer Thursday returning Sunday Messrs Richard and Odie Penick of Custer were in town Saturday Dr McMullen of Short Creek was here Saturday on a business trip t IfljJ tA t Ladies Goat Suits Now ia the time to buy Coat suit as my stock and you can find nil IIyournow things in suits A nil linings that are guaranteed for two seasons I prices I 1500goat81 50goatU 00goat1 Ladies Cloaks all going at reduced prices Come quick and got the pick of them before they go Childrens Bear skin oloaks and caps to match from 150 to 250 t Mr T B Henderson of Webster was the guest of friends here Saturday and SundayThe year old son of Supt Dris kell died after several days illness The burial was at Ephesus the 23rd See Dr Walker for your dental work Born to Mr and Mrs John Monarch Nov 20 a fine lOlb boy A commodious case has been plan in the High School by Judge Waggoner It is being rapidly filled with choice books best fitted for High School references and reading The latest addition is a donation of 40 books by Supt Dris kell These books are the ones submitted by various publishers who tried to secure the adoption of their publica tions for use In the school They are therefore the ones specially adapts for the library The libraries in both the High School and the Eighth Grade are sources of pride Thelruse is constantly directed by the teachers teachers who disbelieve in unused heal and idle students Zeno Miller was the only Eight Grade pupil to reach the Honor Roll the third month of school Miss Sarah D Moorman and Thos Whitfill and Dick Soper were next in excellence- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner On Friday night Dec 10 there wil be held in Hardlnsburga great spelling contest to which every school in the county is invited to send spellers None can enter except those in public school high school or the equivalent None who are teachers or who have beet teachers can compete Neither cat Miss Roberts of Sample nor Miss Mc Coy of Stephensport winners in the last contest enter this one The last one to be seated will be presented 810 in gold j the next to the last one will receive a 500 gold piece That school which lasthas two spell ers upon the floor will be presented an International Dictionary or 1C worth of library books if the school ale ready has the dictionary In this con test each room will be considered one school To illustrate the high school the eighth grade and Miss Chamblisss pupils and Miss Eskridges pupils will be counted four scnools and not together be called ore because taught in the same building Judge Moorman donates the diction aryThe county olllcials give the 910 Marvin Beard gives the 5 A small fee will be charged all for benefit of high school library Spelling will all be done from book in use in public schools but nothing willI be given from pages 143 and 114 Full particulars will be mailed each teacher this week ROSETTA Mr and Mrs J W Mercer and little grand daughter Elizabeth Willis are visiting his brother at Big Clifty Several front here attended Mr Mudds sale Saturday Miss Eula Chappell spent Saturday tight and Sunday with Misses Claycoinb of near Irvington I Charlie Mercer went to Kingswood I husinessI Mrs adits J Nice line readytowenr at prices to what have to pay elsewhere I am agent Edi sun and ords Why not try one Christmas 1 in and see the Machines and hear Now 1 JAIl j Y II FreeAbsolute Free A Pair of WalkOver Shoes Free WITH EACH SUIT OF CLOTHES olT Ie n I it y 1I Y With Each 2000 Suit a pair of 500 WalkOver Shoes Free With Each 1750 Suit a pair of 400 WalkOver Shoes Free With Each 1500 Suit a pair 01350 WalkOver Shoes Freei T With Each Suit a pair of 300 WalkOver Shoes Free 1h- II Come Early While Sizes are Good l 1t t f P Our Christmas Goods are now displayed embracing most varied line of highgrade merchandise and all kinds of Toys in fact anything you can think of have it We have at all times t The Best Line of HighGrade Merchandise in the County at prices others common stuff We welcome one and x f all to Best Goods Money can Buy Headquarters Low I and HighGrade Go- odsNEWSOM t I GARDNER IRVINGTON KENTUCKY r Jbn Spanel Kasey of Kaward Saturday and SundayG Garner was in Hardinsburg Monday oil business J W Willis and Irwin Mercer ed Thanksgiving services at Kingswood and Mr Willis visited his motherMrs of spent Thanksgiving with her Mrs W E Basham Miss Mae Ross who has been confin ed to her room with is con valescentJ Mercer returned from Louis yule Tuesday G C moved to Mr Speaks of near last week Miss Bessie Brown returned from Kingswood Saturday line of and and Un at mol now in and line in and If the best Is not too for you Best flour is the flour you to use SPRING Mr and Mrs Jim and sons and the at also to to see Mrs their aunt who is years old Mrs Van who has been it Louisville for has ed J W Thanksgiving with his of ville The Aid will meet Dec 0 wltl1 Mrs to and rags will and t1e to see a and save you on in all at Bro all will try to be Mrs to her home at after ing with Mrs RineYIvl11eEdna and Bush at Vine Miss a few and at B S left Thurday for Chi He reported his when he left J H who is traveling for a I sporting of New York was w U a+ + wlrwww wwaw www wawo ww Mens and Boys Clothing of Clothing to select prices astonish to see all BIG Kirschbaum Suits guaranteed to be absolulely allwool 2250 Suaits 1750 Suits 15 15 Suits 1250 1250 Suits 35enOTrimmed Hats greatly reduced will for Phonographs Rec for the Records 1250 the ask for you the Prices while there BcaucAtnp 1odiburg sister erysipelas Boss Irvington home Underwear- Big Childrens prices consistent with good chandiso Ladies Neckwear- All the things Nookwear Also Bolt Collar Pins Full Groceries both Staple good Lewisport ought BIG Fielding Moorman spent weekend Elizabethtown They went Upton Martha Closby ninetytwo Nelson several days return home Moorman spent brother Raymond Louis Ladles King quilt tack carpet They ttke lunch spend 20 played for derwear Fancy Hats and Caps and Do not forget as I nice lino can money Dress Goods Poplins also stamped and yardWoolen Gray day it being Kings birthday Olive Hynes returned Ekron Wednesday weeks HynesRev Misses spent Tuesday Grove Vertie Moorman entertained Thanksgiving Lewis spent Thursday Elizabethtown Clarkson cago better Harvey W WI w N W AWtI line from at that will you Ask wool by the maker 10 Hats you also Como c we attend Ladies Mens lowest Ladies Clarkson Mens Rata Caps them have them colors check Goods Black Blue and Hope members present spend several WIA Dowell Eunice friends Charlie Crider mother goods house rwr the Panfyna 42inches wide at 60c per yard All Wool Serge 3Gin ches wide at oOc per yard All Wool Black Dress Goods fine quality at 1 44 inches wide Silks for waists at 50c and 65c per yard Nice now patterns all I colors of silk 3Cinchos wide nt1Satins in Black at 65c to 1 a yard Blankets Blankets worth G5cat 5Ue Blankets worth OOc at 15C Blankets 125 at worth S11i o0 25I1 white only at1198-All Wool Blankets from 350 to 5 per pair here one day last week calling on Miss Emma Cox spentiffrom fIfi youLewisport iI ought to use it No trapping snaring Noticewor hunting al 1lowed on my premises Anyone so doI m iug will be prosecuted to extent of theeclawO W Seaton Mattingly Ky fCard iVkindness shown us during our recent be 1 reavement Mrs W Y Brown and daughter A tIIar arwww l Shoes Star Brand Shoes nreIbetter All solid leather no cut of JJbrnted1 than the law at 300 the best shoo on earth for the money Mens fine shoes c in patent leather giu metal box calf and viciall the late styles to please both young and old ladies Shoes- in button gun metal pat ent leather cravonette c topslate stylcallt1c now styles and lasts in pat i ont leather gun metal vi ol in lace ask to see therjToss and Ted school shoesRfor childrencr J i 0 Ed F ALEXANDER Irvington Kyj IiIi- Mow Iu