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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cr 4 J q ar- R LtTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS1Qr ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1910 8 Pages NO 22 CLOSES THE BOOK OF LIFE Thus Tousey Well Known Citi zen Dies In Louisville Friday U Vi MorningFuneral Held I jr Sunday Morning iWAS F1FTYEIGHT YEARS OLD Friday morning at 0 oclock Thos Tousey died at the homo of Mr and Mrs Carl Lishen In Louisville His death was caused of heart dropsy He had been in ill health a year and not until recently did he give up to his suffering Everything possible was done to restore his health but his condition grew worse with such rapidity during the last two months that death was ex pected at any time A PUBLIC MAN Mr Tousey was a prominent man In publip life and took much interest in public offices and enterprises He was City Clerk of Cloverport and was always active In the goxernment and improve ment df the town He was a man ad mired and universally respected hav ing friends In many places and cities besides his home town MANY YEARS WITH FRAIZE Thirtyseven years Mr Tousey was bookkeeper for Mr Frank Fraize The length of time in Fraizes store speaks for the value of his service He will be greatly missed by Mr Fraize and the customers of that house as he was at the desk day after day Mr Tousey was a member of the Baptist church and was broad In his re ligious views attending the Methodist church when the doors of his church were closed BORN IN INDIANA The deceased was born in Indlanapo lis October 41852 When quite a boy he came to Tobinsport with his parents Mr and Mrs Zelman Tousey He spent all his life in Cloverport after he was grown with the exception of a few Jpars in Hardinsburg where he was bookkeeper for B F Beard Co In 185 he married Miss Nora Blye To this union was born one son Ollie Tousey who survives them Four years ago he married Mrs Fanny Lishen Besides her he is survived by his stepmother Mrs Mary Tousey and three brothers Ed Tou sey of Indianapolis Clay and Dwight Tousey of Florida and two half sisters FUNERAL AT THE CHURCH The funeral was held at the Baptist church in this city Sunday afternoon conducted by the Rev Mr Farmer It was largely attended by friends from Tobinsport Hardinsburg Glen Deane and Owensboro Among those who came from a distance were Mrs Ollie Tousey Ed Tousey of Indianapolis Gus Brown Hal Murray Amoj Board Larkin Gibson Jesse Kincheloe and Jim Witt of Hardinsburg Mrs Lou Miller of Owensboro Mrs Ayers of Lewisport Mr and Mrs Carl Lishen of Louisville ChasHook Thos Blythe irvington and Jesse Miller of Sample The pallbearers were Chas Light foot John Burn Hilliary Hardin Fred Fraize Chas Sawyer and Lee Woods The Interment took place at the Clo verpprt cemetery and the grave was covered with beautiful flowe- rsSmithNuckols The wedding of Miss Linda Lee Smith and Mr Edgar Marshall Nuckols was solemnized last Wednesday evening at nine oclock at the home of the r brides parents Mr and Mrs William MAyfield Smith on Third avenue In Louisville Mr Nuckols is traveling representative of The Louisville Paper Company and Is wellknown to the Kentucky Press Clyde Morrison Hurt c n Clydi Morrison got his back injured whilen his railroad run on the Hen wsotf Route Saturday Just a year Pip suffered a Similar accident His i regret to hear of his repeat- edrortuneil DAMAGE SUIT WAS DISMISSED The Suit of Ida Lee who Sought 30000 from LIIStLR R Dismissed Without Notice JUDGE BIRKIIEAD ON THE BENCH Circuit Court held at Hawcsville ad journed last Tuesday afternoon with the final orders signed by Judge Birk head of OwensboroIda Suit The damage suit of Ida Lee in which the woman sought to recover 30000 from the L H St L R R Com pany for injuries which she claims to have sustained iu a wreck at Hawes vUle several months ago came to an abrupt termination Monday afternoon when the attorneys for the plaintiff at the completion of the hearing of evi dence moved the dismissal of the suit without prejudjce Tie Judge sus tamed the motion The railroad com pany was pleased with the outcome of the suit Will Renew the Suit Since returning to his home in Louis rule attorney Ben Chapeze has notified his associate counsel here that he will at once renew the suit but will bring it this time in Bullitt county where he formerly resided and through a part of which county the L H St L railway runsIda Lee isa lady of color and was very much disappointed over the out come of her case She was in Hawes ville with her trained nurse and limped around gracefully wearing a long fur coat that touched the bottom of her dross Parrish out of Court On motion of prosecuting attorney Ban D Ringo the three remaining in dictments against Jas H Parrish in connection with the wrecking of the Owensboro Savings Bank Trust Com pany at Owensboro were dismissed and the one against J Otis Parrish and that against Isaac Parrish in the same connection were filed away with leave to recall at any time by the county at torney of Hancock county This pro ceeding was had before Jas Skillman as special judge he being agred upon by the attorneys concerned to sit In stead of the judge John S Kelly who had been originally chosen to try all these casesHancock Clarion SHOP NOTES In the next two weeks The Hender son Route Shops at this place will all be aglow with electric lights All the buildings are being wired and night will bens bright as day when the work of installing the electric plant is completed 000 There is an attracti e little dago down at the shops whose head is cover ed with a mass of jet black curls and his big brown eyes are as bright ac electric lights He Is the electrician Pete Perscia I am an Italian he explained A Dagos inquired Mr Behen Yes thats me he answered good naturedly and went on about his work In that happy golucky way 000 With Mr Perscia is Carl Howed who came sometime ago to place tho electric lights He qnd thelllittle Dago are very busy trying to get the lights ready for S nta Claus 000- R 0 Willis time keeper has been In Master Mechanic Planks cf cjsfpr five years and has never missed a d yHeli- kes his work and even takes pleasure in keeping the pencils straight on his desk i AtkinsSimsA- nnouncements have been received in this city of the marriage of Miss Florence Atkins of Guthrie to Mr Boyd McLure Sims of Bowling Green Thursday December the first The bride is the daughter of Mrs Lillian Kimbraugh Russell youLewisportought to use SECRETARY NEWMAN GOTTEN LAZY Writes Interesting Letter to The NewsReturned to United States Last Week To Secure Attractions For Insular Fair ANXIOUS TO BE COMMISSIONER Last Tuesday the News received a very interesting letter from J W New man secretary of Kentucky State Fair who is assisting in the arrangements of the Insular Fair of Porto Rio which will be held March 2 to 7 1911 at San turce near San Juan Mr Newman returned to the United States last week to secure attractions He was In Washington and was suc cessful there in getting representatives from Uncle Sam The War and Navy department will be represented at the Fair and so will Kentucky Mr New man will be accompanied back to Porto Rico by his family Mr Newmans letter is as follows Your very very kind note with clipping from The Breckenridge News received It is not necessary for me to tell you I appreciate both to the fullest extent The News has always been good to me I am so anxious to make my life a use ful one and ince I cannot with a force ful pen I cad see no place where I could be of greater service to my fellow man than that of Commissioner of Agri culture If given this place for four years I will make it worth something to Kentucky To have your support is gratifyingI to America within a few days for a short stay for the purpose of engaging attractions for the Insular Fair The Porto Ricans have been very nice to me since I came here The Governor of the Island is president of the board and is backing me up in every particular There are so many pecular conditions here which I should like to write you but I know you would grow weary The business men of San Juan were called together the other evening for me to address them Imagine my de livering a speech and an interpreter standing by repeating it in Spanish sentence by sentence I think I will learn a great deal more on my trip here than I will ever teach the natives The Americans have done much to improve the country but I must say I am disappointed in the progress that has been made This is a difficult race to stir up The climate is fine and the scenery beautiful I have gotten lazy myself since coming here But I just started to drop you a note saying thank you for your senti ments and I have written a l6tl of gossip in which I know you caunot take much interest With best wishes for The News and all contected there with vl am JW Newman Likes Central City Harry Weatherholt was home last week from Central City where he has an excellent position as night foreman in the L N shops Mr Weatherholt is highly pleased with Central City and likes it almost as well as he does home Card Of Thanks T rJxri Jo tbank all our friends who wereso kind and thoughtful to us dur ing our recent sorrow of Illness and death Mrs Thos Tousey Celebrates Birthday Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard en tertained at their home in Hardinsburg Thursday evening in hunor of Mr B F Beards eightythird birthday A five course dinner was beautifully ser ved Tho guests were Mr and Mrs Green Beard Mrs Blanch Reid Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Mr G W Beard passed his eightyfifth birthday Dec 27 Jhe two honorable men have had noble and prosperous careers TEACHERSASSOCIATION Will Convene At llardinsburg Sat urday December The Seventeenth The Teachers Association will mee at Hardinsburg Dec 17 to which the public are cordially invited PROGRAM 10 A M Song by children of school Devotional exercises The ultimate aim of education Supt Driskell let ever teacher be present The RecitatiolsI1 An Ideal Recitation D B Allen 2 What Is the teachers duty In the assignment of a lesson J H Pile 3 What is the purpose of the recitat ion Mrs Mary Harmon and C L Brunington 1200 Noon Methods of conducting recitations in Reading and PhysiologyProf Wm Martin Physical training audits placeJohn Marshalland Logan Hickerson Discipline 1 Enumerate causes of Disorder Miss Maud Smith 2 Means of securing good order Miss Chambliss and L F Carwile 3 Punishment properand improper Mrs Minnie Beauchamp and Miss Addle 1C Eskrldgo Language In the primary gradesMiss Margaret Beard and Miss Lois Bak er- School enrollmentMiss Bertha Walls It Is especially urged that the teach ers of the First Division and all those teachers who have not attended any association this year be present at the meeting at Hardinsburg The dis cussion of the assigned subjects ought to be Interesting and profitable to every teacher desirous of seeing ad vancment in our schools Supt A Driskell R Y Maxey First Sheriff To Settle With State Sheriff Dennle Sheeran returned Sat urday from Frankfort the first Sheriff in the State to make full settlement with the State for collections for the year On the first day of December he paid the auditor a check on the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company for 17400 the balance due and received his receipt in full Mr Sheeran and his hustling deputies have collected more taxes than were ever before col lected in the county by this time He wishes to have the people know that all unpaid taxes will be collected as speedi ly as possible all alike being required to pay promptly BEWLEYVILLE Mrs James and three children of Oklahoma are spending the winter with her sister Mrs Richard Carman Miss Lee Bruner of Marion Ill Is with her sister Mrs Rosa Carter for an indefinite stay Miss Mary Lynn Ditto of Branden burg joined Misses Fannie Hardaway and Ada Stith and Edgar Hardaway at a week end house party given by Miss Alberta Drury in honor of her cousin Walter Harrison of Iowa Cecil Clark son of Big Spring and E P Harda way were callers during the stay A two weeks series of meetings con ducted by the pastor Rev WInchell closed Sunday night Membership much revived and several additions to the church Among them were Bose Miller and wife Dick Carman Ernest Dowell Joe Bandy and John Millett Miss Bertha Foushee of Garrett spent last week with ber sister Mrs Gijbert Kasey Miss Minnie Stith of Washington City and Ben Stith of Pasadena Cal are expected home for the holidays If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use t rTh Hardin8bu g Pharmacy i 1 l J S I CITY COUNCIL Adopts Resolutions Of Respects To Their ExClerk Thomas TouseyPaul Lewis El ected Clerk The setssion preIsiding The new Couucilmen elect Messrs Sam Conrad and Kirt Weather holt were present and presented their certificates of election They were sworn in and took their seats as mem bers of the board Suitable resolu tions were adopted in respect to the 1I death of the exclerk Mr Thomas C Tousey and a copy of same ordered presented to the widow Mr Paul Lewis was elected Clerk to fill the rest of Mr Tousoys term After a num ber of bills had been allowed the coun cil then adjourned to meet again on the 21st to hear the report from the boardof Supervisors FootBall Notes The football team of the High School has shown much Interest in the coming game Friday Dec 0 and all have been practicing hard In hope of victoryDwight Randall was elected Captain of the 1911 team and he expects to have a winning High School team Several good games have already been bookedThe following will play In Fridays lcaptAE Babbage A Kramer J P Ditzen batch Y Holder P Weatherholt H Morrison and B Whitehead Cloverport H Murray capt 11 Miller S Gregory J Miller IBohler- R Pate Sipple and Jarboe A large crowd is requested to be present at the West rind Ball Park The game is called at 245 p u- tTuckerMoorman Jack Moorman and Miss Gertrude Tucker of Danville were married in Louisville November the thirtieth The wedding was solemnized in the Christian church Mr and Mrs Moor man are in Florida for a few weeks after which they will return to Louisville where he holds a position in the general office of the L H St L R R MYSTIC Mr W N Head the tie Inspector for tie L H St L R R spent Sun day at the home of Mr and Mrs G R Cox Carlton Black was the guest of his uncle S C Avitt Sunday who is quiet ill at this writing We are glad to welcome S W Davis and wife Ernest Thompson and family Ashland Cunnings and family and John Williams all of Mount Ver non Ky and Mr Leslie Stubs of Con cordia Ky The quarry is progressing nicely con sidering the bad weather B H Beaucamp and family have moved back to their home from Step hensp3it Mrs G R Cox spent one day in Hardinsburg last week B H Henson is on the sick list The county bridge spanning sugar tree run at this place is down and makes it very inconvenient for travel at this time youLewisportought to use Buys Holt Place Julius Dutschke has bought the Holt farm He paid f25 000 for it Mr Dutchke is one of the wealthiest farmers in the county He owns a thousand acres of river bottom land Missionary Jubilee The Womans Interdenominational Missionary Jubilee will be held in Lou isville January 26 and 27 1011 This will be one of the greatest missionary meetings in the history of America LiII I Important I II ofIDIt transmitted tbROYAL Baking owcIrLarsekityr Pure 1 IIi 1 to the foodII The food is A therebyIii made more a J tasty and 1 igestible BASHAMPAYNE Church Weddin At Sample Next Wednesday AfternoonPro minent Young People To Wed Mr and Mrs N T Basham of Sample announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Georgia Lee Bas ham to Hewitt W Payne of Lodiburg r The wedding will take place Wednes day afternoon December the fourteenth at 330 oclock In the Walnut Grove Baptist church New Time Table A new time table went into effect last Sunday The only change on the main line Is in train No 142 which arrives here at 905 a m instead of 1007 All Sunday trains have been discontinued on the Branch except the morning train from Fordsvllle which leaves there at 730 a m arriving at Irving ton at 1000 a m Is the Drug Store That will save you money t c of F 1 II ti r DRHJBOONEt Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1t051 m Cloverport Ky rer lVMS y For Sale Tax receipts 1010 model guaranteed to last 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one Rt 0 Perkins DtSt L oftom mNEW Livery Stable1 V M m MmI New Rigs 1 ft New Horses J New Stable i Open for the Public Near f M Mthe Depot I If you have any riding or- t driving to do or iflyou want m X Feed of any kind we can J ppfurnish you mmWe will handle Ice also I 5j Your patronage will y JSJ 17 n JTHOS W SMITH W Proprietor j jjM rStephensportr b + 1 Trained Minds I are in demand by business men The Spencerian course in Book keeping Shorthand and Account ing has been the means by which 12000 graduates are holding re sponsible positions Hundreds are earning over 5000 a year We will send full details regard ing rates and course to young men and women who will write us Spencerian Commercial School Union National hank BulldlnlCI 6th and Main Sts LOUISVILLE KY or JST NICHOLAS represents the intellectual and esthetic resources of The Century Co applied to the production of a magazine for young people It has FASCINATING SERIAL STORIES- of adventure sport and school experience sketches of biography history and travel the psetry of legend and balladry JOLLY JINGLES SHORT STORIES- an amazingly fruitful department of Nature and S ience an ingenious young contributors department Tae St Nicholas League puzzles and stamps tor the boys andspecial pages for the youngest readers Fill 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 none but1 an American boy or girl has ever had Send for Prospectus to THE CENTURY CO UNION SQUAUG NEW YORK Anrono Bonding n sketch and description may quickly aicortnm our oplnlou free whether an Intention U probably patentnblo Couiuiunli tloniitrlctlycoiiUdontlal HANDBOOK onlatenu r patonterrpretat notice without eharto la tbo t scientific American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tnrerit cir culation of nny clontmo Journal Terms 13 a yaarj tour month L Bold bjr all now d nle- rMUNNCo3CSBroad New York ranch Offlw CB V Bt Washington U U 1 Subscribe this very day it r ROAD WORK IN TEXAS How Gravel Highways Forty rtfot Wide Are Built The method of constructing roads in Ellis county Tex was described at a recent road convention In that state by County Judge Hpcnccr He stated tntt during the preceding year eighty miles of roads hod been completed In the county tho rate of construction having been between eight and ten miles per month The commissioners court has full charge of the work the commis stoners acting as superintendents but receiving instructions from tho court lour camps were maintained each camp consisting of n grading a gravel a concrete and a rock and labor crew Two convict crows were hired at 125 per work day per man for loading wagons Foremen receive 75 a month assistants 4u n month and Concrete foremen 3 per day Labor Is paid 150 per day teams for scrapers 3 per day and the same for those haul ing one yard loads of gravel with 350 per day for those hauling loads of one and onequarter yards each One man is employed to do nothing but locate and test gravel The equipment such as scrapers water wagons wheelbar rows picks drills shovels tool boxes tents etc costs about 5000 A roadway of at least forty feet Is aimed at The roads are built almost entirely of pit gravel which Is bought by the acre at an average cost of about 7 cents per load The first twenty miles of road cost an average per mile as follows JGravelJJW Labor and salaries ttSGravel and rock hauling 118tM Dynamite and powder HW Engineering GS Concrete construction liyf MiscellaneoustGThe average width of gravel was sixteen feet and the average depth four Inches at tho edges and twelve to twelve and tiro thirds at tho crown The average number of loads of gravel and rock per tulle was 1834 and the average haul two miles The average cost of haul per mile load was 32 13 cents There was an average of two and one half concrete bridges and culverts per mile costing an average of 5970 each These were built of re enforced concrete the reenforcement being bought by the carload anti the cement In 4000 barrel lots These are built on the general rule of providing one square foot of opening for each four or five acres to bq drained The services of an engineer may be required on some extremely flat or level places Our commissioners and foremen however have been able to handle this feature of our work satis factorily In all but one instance This service apparently cost them 1100 which gives a very small average per mile since this was the only engineer- Ing item for twenty miles of road NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish care I of thanks resolutions or obituaries free FAMOUS STAR GROUP The Constellation Orion In Legend anJ Literature I Tho constellation Orion Is mentioned In the literature of all ages In Egypt it represented Ilorus the young or ris ing sun In a bont surmounted by stars closely followed by Sirius which was shown as a cow It has also been found sculptured on the walls of Thebes GOOO years ago And on the men of that early time It shone down from the some position and with the same brightness as It does on us today a striking example of the unchange ablencss of the heavens From tho days of the early Hindus to the present tho constellation has for some reason borne always n stormy character Allusions to Its direful Influence are found everywhere among the classic writers Thus Milton wroto When with ncrco winds Orion arrived Hath vexed tho Red sea coast Tho loss of tho Roman squadron In the first Punic war was ascribed to tho fleets hawing sailed just after tho rIs- ing of Orion The group has also been employed ns a calendar sign Its morn ing rising indicating tho beginning of summer its midnight rising tho season of grape gathering and Its early even ing rising the arrival of winter with its attendant storms In recent times tho group has always represented n great hunter or warrior Its present title camo into Greek astronomy from the Euphrates and originally signified the light of heaven BABY TURTLES They Know Just What to Do and Do It Without Guidance Just so soon as a baby turtle emerges from tho egg off he scuttles down to tho sea He has no one to teach him no one to guide him In his curious little brain there Is Implanted n streak of caution based upon tho fact that until a certain period In his life his armor is soft and no defense against hungry fish and he at once seeks the shelter in the tropical profusion of tho gulf weed which holds within its branching fronds an astonishing abun dance of marine life Here the young turtle feeds unmolested while his ar mor undergoes the hardening process Whatever the young sea turtle eats and wherever he cats Itfacts not gen orally ascertained one thing Is cer tain it agrees with him Immensely He leads a pleasant sort of life bask ing in the tropical sun and cruising leisurely In the cool depths Once he has attained the weight of twentyfive pounds which usually oc curs within the first year the turtle Is I free from all danger After that no fish or mammal however ravenous however well armed with teeth Interferes with the turtle When once he has withdrawn his I head from Its position of outlook Into the folds of his neck between the two shells Intending devourers may strug gle in vain to make an impression upon him Harpers Weekly I Subscribe today a1GWhen shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills wouldnt any sensible woman conclude that the 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investment this maga zine afforded You ask the to lit yoi in on the ground floor and I nm doing lieN This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stockholder andIJ Life Subscriber to the TayiorTrotwooi Magazine One share of stock pel value 1000 and n perpetual subscrip tion to the magazine both for 10 Let us have your order now Tin opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenn HIS QUICK LUNCH A Cleveland Mans Experience in i1 Toronto Restaurant The Canadian brother certainly tllt fcrs from us in several strongly snarl cd respects A Cleveland man wet Into tho leading restaurant of Toronti and said to the waiter in his custom nry quick lunch voice Crackers n milk cup coffee nppl pie Tho walter bent a little lower Beg pahdon sire The Cleveland man said it ngah and being slightly irritated said 11 faster The waiter shook his head Im afraid wo avent it sir hc deprecated us Hashlmurn Togo mlgh sayHavent you any crackers No sir Then with a sudden in 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3 4- II Mr Farmer are you interested If so call on tho 5 m manager of tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph ii- It fj Company and have him explain tho special Far I inors Lino rate lCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE IncorporatedICTELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 r h 3 r9r3r3sr 3ra383a Sr E 13 ITHE FEED THAT FATTENS g1 High and Cotton Seed Hulls Write mer17MEALCOTTON SEED r Grade for prices before buying i 1WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 r i LAND LAND LANDI best investment on earth Is the earth Itself andtho best earth to Invest In m j= THE the Great Panhandle of Texas The soil Is rlch and productive and you Mi i caw grow tine crops of Wheat Oats llye Alfalfa Corn Ilmn corn Mlllst1 I i Broomcorn Sorghum Matzo Altalta vffitf In the Panhandle of Texas you con Hot three or four crops of Alfalfa each year which will average o to the acroSat each cutting The best of water from 35 to 100 feet deep oo- t Los a no hot winds I Guarantee 1 000 Profits the First year L To anyone whobuysta section of tbls land 040 acres I will guarantee them the nbove named profit tho first year and when they have made tho first payment In full I will deposit One Thousand Uallars In any bank in Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money It at the end of 12 months they cannot sell thlssectlon for the a= hove named profit then the forfeitmoney Is theirs JMO guarantee on onebait sectlonand J850 on aquartersoctlon If Interested write mo at once 1JI G J CRUTCHER IR R Agt Webster KyJ t j 0 IL f C j t- II r = t tit YQL fChristmas Gifts For Everybody See Santa Claus Send Wireless Messages Toys and Dolls in the Base ment II I Gifts for Girls Booklets and Christmas Cards from Ic to 50c Childrens Fur Sets from 100 to 1000 Fancy Ink Bottles from 25c to SOc Girls Flannelette Kimoims 150 I Girls Sweater Coats from 95cto 298 Girls Wash Dresses from 50cto 298 Handkerchief and Glove Boxes ati 25c Kid Gloves lined and unlined 100 Kodak Albums from I9c to 69c Manicuring Implements from 25c to 69c Misses Tailored Suits from 750 to 1975 Post Card Albums 1 lOcto 398 Post Card Boxes at t 198 Silk Ribbed Hose from Sec to 90c Umbrellas from 500 to 100 Winter Coats frorn 498 to 1750 Gifts For Women Of the thousand practical and appropriate gifts for women shown herethe following are suggested Batten ber Scarfs from 200 to 6 00 Batten berg Table Covers from The to 575 Black Ebony Manicuring Sets 98c Breakfast Shawls from 50c to 150 Cashmere Shawls from 300 to 1200 Chamois Gloves 100 and 125 China Toilet Sets 225 to 425 Cloth and Hat Brush Sets OSc Colored Wash Waists fromH SOc to 125 Dress Skirts from f29S to 1500 Fancy Garters H 250 to 50p Fur Sets from 498 to 6500 Gold and Silver Jewel Cases50c to 150 Handembroidered Pillows fromI 600 to 1600 Hose Supporters fromr 25c to 125 Knit Shawls from SOc to 488 Kid Gloves from 69c to 150 125JLeather Handbags from v 69c to 750 Long Kid Gloves from 250 to 350 Needle Books from 19c to 75c r Net and Lace Waists from 198 to 598 Sewing Boxes from 125 to 350 Silk Dresses from 1500 to 2500 Silk Hose from SOc to 348 Silk Vests from 150 to 200 Silver Toilet Sets from 498 to 15 00 Suede Gloves r 150 Sweater Coats from 198 to 1000 Tailored Linen Waists from 100 to 5 50 I Taffeta Silk waists from 298 to 750 Tailored Suits from 1000 to 3500 White Lingerie Waists from 98c to 1 98 Winter Coats from 84 98 to 1750 00fI J J Sunday Evenings Recital of Emmanuel + 1 Overture March Pontifical Orchestra 2 InvocationRev F E Lewis 3 Hymn Joy to the World Congregation 4 Prelude Pian- o5Hail Emmanuel Hail Chorus 0 Low at the Cross Chorus 7 In Joyful AcclamationChorus8 Rejoice O ZionSopranoSolo 9 Hosanna In the Highest jjChorusi INTERMISSION 10 The Lord Triumphant At Chorus j 11 The Judgement Hour Solos Duets and Grand Chorus 12 Christ Our Governor v Solos Duet and Chorus 13 All Nations Give ThanksChorusI 14JOur Deliverer r Bass Solo 15 O How ExcellentChorus10 HaUl Glorious King Quartette 17 His Universal ReignChorusr Benediction Rev Farmer LAWRENCE A MURRAY Director MISS LULA SEVERS Pianist 1 Glgvtrport fohsjr1 I y c- ti SOPRANOS I Ray Heyser Margaret Burn Ella Smith Louise BabbageI Edith BurnElotseNolte r= Leonora McGavock Jeannette Burn- S Virginia McGavock Allene Hardaway i Edith Plank Francis Sawyer tiji ALTOSi v Cleona Weatherholt Mrs Proctor Keith Eva Plank Annjarboe t Susetto Sawyer t TENORS Dr AvA Simons Ira D BehenJ BASSOS J P Keith II Murray JiLlBehen Rufus McCoy il 7 Ruttier Pate Dwight Randell Si SiW w- II qpp aoINCORPORATED Christmas Gift BooksOver 25000 Christmas Gift Books shown the on third floor comprising books of every description for young and old Special Padded Books at 85c Handsome pudded back gold edge bookspoems and prose such titles and writers as follows Hiawatha Choice Ralph Waldo Emerson Evangeline Courtship of Miles Standish Longfellow Scott Lucile SnowBound 85 Byron One Thousand and One Gems Lowell C Tennyson Burns Favorite Poems Oliver Wendell Holmes 3dJ Floor Whittier Gifts For Women Bath Robes from 398 to 598 Black Cotton Petticoats fromM50o to 298 Black Silk Ruffs fromM 125 to 398 Coat Collars fromft 25c to 75c Coat Sets from 75o to 125 Crepe Kimonos from ML25 to 398 Dinner Napkins from Soc to 500 Dressing Combs from 25c to 100 Dressing Sacques from 50c to 1 98 Felt Romeo Slippers from OSo to 150 Flannelette Kimonas from75e to 29S French Plumes from 200 to 1000 Fur Muffs from 198 to 2500 Fur Neckpieces from 198 to 3500 Knitted Mufliers white and colors 25c LinenTable Sets from 1 239 to 1000 Manicuring Sets from + w lOu to 98c Phoenix Mufflers white and colors SOc Silk Kimonas from j 498 to 850 Silk Petticoats from 298 to 1000 Silk Scarfs from 50c to 475 Stylish Neckwear from 25c to 75c Table Linen from 85cto 229 Toilet1 Waters in fancy boxes 25c to 140 Travelers Utility Cases from Hlo 95c to 500 White Aprons from H 25cto98c Willow Plumes from 8 00 to 35 00 A GASTRONOMIC JOY Old English Recipe For the Famous Soupe a la Crecy In the Illustrated London Cookery Book by Frederick Bishop Into cui shier to St Jnmes palace Earl Grey the Marquis of Stafford Baron Roth schlld Earl Norbury Captain Dun combe and many of the first families of Great Britain 1S52 wo find this recipe for soupe a la Crecy Cut half a pound of loan ham In dice three onIons four turnips twelve carrots the outer side red only a head of celery a fagot of sweet herbs two blades of mace six cloves n bay leaf and half a pound of salt butter Fry all down In a stewpan until they get a llttlo brown then add some second stock and stew until all tho roots aro qulto tender then rub It through n tummy sieve or tummy cloth with two long spoons If very thick add more stock Season with cayenne and black pepper and salt and a good bit of sug ar Send up on a napkin some nice fried broad cut In small dlco and not greasyThis Is far less 9laborato than It sounds and Is indeed In tho main tho recognized recipe for tho royal soup Tho spice is if anything u trifle over done and tho carrots want to bo well chosen as tho slightest stringiness de stroys the homogeneity of tho compound Tho bread dlco are important and should bo fried iu tho very best butter or superlatively good ollvo oil Pall Mall Gazette WhatNeeds The National Good Itoads association met at Niagara Falls and tho most Interesting of many resolutions was that which called for the cooperation or state and federal governments in tin good work says tho Florida Times Union At present tho work is n great body without a head What It need more than anything else is intelligent direction ton fixed purpose It will prove cheaper to work toward this end than to change tho lines after build Ing its wp hnd to do with our railroads to make them effective as a whole for the fjood of all 1- I I Itr with l your I IL Mountains of Moab Most travelers who visit tho Holy Land content themselves with n visit to that restricted part west of Jordan Tho mountainous regions of Moab as seen by them from Jerusalem lost in n purple huge that constantly hangs over them and tho great stretches be yond coveted in mystery lily Is true partly because of the fewer historical Incidents connected with the eastern regions but mainly on account of tho great abyss of the Jordan val Icy that has always acted as a barrier Few who descend Into tho valley 1300 feet below sea level undertake to climb tho hills beyond which rise to a height of 3000 feet Though Its glory is far outshone by that of western Palestine still both in the old and the now dispensations it has a history of Its own and from an economic stand point will always enter very largely into tho life of Palestino Chrlstlan Herald Hives or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the tough of clothing Doaus ointment cures the most obstinate Why suffer All sell it If you find it inconvenient to shop in person write us your wants and theJHAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT will take care of them promptly and Purchases Delivered Free Gifts For Boys Boys Blouse Waists 2lic to 100 Boys Caps 25c to 50c Boys Hats 50c to 395 Boys Kid Gloves from Son to 100 Boys Neckwear at 25c and 50c Boys Overcoats 198 to 748 Boys Reefers 198 to 498 Boys Rompers 25c 45c and 50c Boys Suits from 198 to 748 Boys Sweater coats 49c to 150 Gauntlets SOc 75 and 100 Knickerbocker Pants from SOc to 150 Gifts For Men Allover Leather Rockers 2500 to 2950 Austrian Brass Desk Supplies consisting of Ink Bottles Pen Racks Letter Scales Thermometers Stamp Boxes etc from 3Ue to 995fBath Robes from S29Sto 498 Cardigan Jackets all wool from 250 to 450 Cellarettes from 1250 to 8800 Cliiilorobes from 2800 to 7500 Gulf Buttons from SOc to 150 Fancy Shirts from 50c to 150 Fountain Pens from 75c to 500 Holiday Suspenders from 25c to 200 Initial Linen Handkerchiefs box SOc to 250 Initial Silk Handkerchiefs each 25c to 50c Jersoy Jackets from 250 to 450 Kid Gloves frolllI 100 to 200 Linen IHandkerchiefs from lOu to SOc Morris Chairs from 1150 to 4000 Neckwear from 25c to 150 Phoenix Muillors from 25e to 100 Razors from 100 to 250 Scarf Pins from 25c to lOd Shaving Brushes from 25e to 125 Shaving Stands for Me to 500 Handkerchiefs from 25c to 100 Silk Hose from 5oc to 100 Silk Reefers from Qc to 250 250Slippers98SmokingU80Sweaterj a50Umbreas500WatchLOOTeathered1500White200Tool tIUW WJ Vw I I III i I 1 I BANK CLOVERPORTr Ithe interest compounded semiannually and no better way of paying bills IpaymentIplcsIalways cater to their wants I F NNWWFNNFiAFflNfiFAAPifNAptArfitWAANi0i faty YtI are are itch your cases druggist efficiently Silk THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky V VPIKE CAMPBELL JAngr 7 Y ST + i YJr TAYr CASTORIAI Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of Letter To Santa Dear Santa Clause As Xmas is1 A f f I i J c The mosteentrally located and only lirat class hotul In the city making a fOerato Only ono block from the prlnel pal sbopptng district two blocksafrom the prIncipal theatres Street cars pass the door toall ii- partsot thecltyE- verythdna neat and clean 7 near I thought that I would write you a letter to let you know what I want for Xmas 1 want a hunting horn a shot gun some shells for it candy oranges figs nuts four packages of fire crackers sky rockets roman candles a balla bat a pair of skates some marbles and a watch I am a little boy twelve years old I live at Sample and if you come to Sample do not pass by 115 Shatter V Dowell P S I have one brother Please bring him lots of nice things 4rr F r3 i rl f7 1 1rr y- tTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS l JNO D CABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO J I Issued Every Wednesday tf EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 7 1910 f When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new address y The musical program given by the young people Sunday night was beautiful The musicians have been lauded and complinented on their recent accomplishments in music The Cloverport Orchestra gave their first recital and it was a surprise of charm to the large audienceIC Emmanuel was sung and its sweet strains filled the listeners soul with joy Rev Farmer closed the service with a lovely prayer expressing gratitude that these wonderfully sweet songs were merely a prelude to that music which all earth some day shall sing in triumph Cloverport is rich with talent for music and greater achievements are expected of those so gifted Martin Luther said He who isi musical is equal to anything The Cloverport Graded and High Schools gave a liberal donation to the Kentucky Childrens Homo Society last week Prof Tanner asked the pupils to deny themselves candy three days and give their pennies to the homeless boys and girls Friday afternoon a collection of 1252 was taken up at the close of the session The appeal UPlease help me find a home touched the heart of C H Sand no doubt that self denial was one of the happiest lessons they have learned this term One little chap who is quite proud of being in Second Part Arithmetic walked away from the building and said Just think 125 pieces of candy and 2 left over for them offans Mrs Mary Baker lover Eddy the discoverer and founder of Christian Science died Saturday night at her home Chestnut HillI near Boston in her ninticth year Her passing away was explained as duo to natural causes Mrs Eddy was a wonderful woman wonderful because she had so many followers in her beliefa belief that is hard to live Clyde Sanders who has recently returned from Chicago where there arc eleven Christian Science churches says that every Scientist ho met and knew wis a happy and prosperous man Mr Lucion J Irwin deist of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway was completely exonerated last week in the United Stntes Court Louisville in the socalled rebating cases in which he had been indicted together with the company for viola tions of the interstate commerce laws All the charges involving Mr Irwin were dismissed entirely and he was completely exonerated This will be good news to Air Irwins ninny friends along the Henderson Route The population tigures of Brcckenridgo County for 1910 are 21084 an increase of 500 over the figures ten years ago Kentucky population figures are 2259905 This represents an increase of GG per cent over the population of 1900 Wo regret to notice that our neighbors Meade and Hancock are among the counties that show loss in population Up in the eleventh district whero Caleb Powers was elected to Congress the impression has gone out that his election was a vindica tion of his innocence in the plot to assfeinato Gov Goebel This is a wrong idea They say the fact is he was elected because ho was the main man in the plot to have Goebel shot Hun Ben Johnson has made his formal announcement as a can didate for Governor Mr Johnson is evidently in the lead of all his competitors Ho has been a useful man in Congress and will make one of the most conservative Governors the state has had in many years S L ITII It1Vl I rltM UrJII Ic IcNotice To Those Who Have I Not Paid 1910 Taxes II IYou have now let the penalty II go on and you should stop the II cost of this right where it is II I am at my office all the time IJ I and you can stop in and pay any Im day s I Dont forget that everything Im must be paid up by Jan 1 1911 II as Mr Sheeran is looking to me to II do my duty and I shall try to do it II COME IN III I IIR 0 PERKINS D SI 3 i Second District Ya c rNrdr The Famous R8jtIs the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps The Rayo gives a white soft mellow diffused lighteasy on the eye because it cannot flicker You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain I The Rayo Lamp is lowpriced and Jeven though you pay 5 10 or 20 for other lamps you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the lowpriced Rayo gives A strong durable shadeholder holds the shade on firm and true This seasons new burneradds strength and appearance Once a Rayo User Always One Dialers Everywhere 1 not at yours write for ttescrfpi W circular to tilt nearest agency of the Standard Oil CompanIncorporated The government engineers have located one of the dams on the Ohio river at Addison a few miles below Stephensport When work begins on this improvement in earnest it will put several thousandof Uncle Sams good dollars in circulation in this county Recently a young lady asked us not to write anything about her engagement to a certain roan because they were just thinking about being engaged Better tell us what riot to print because everything we hear unhurtful to mankind goes to press i The jury in the Wendling murder case gave the defondahta life sentence If he was guilty as the jury believed ho should have suffered the death penalty It is stated that this country produces oneeighth and CDnsumes onequarter of the worlds present wool supply Oh that 500 gain Where art thou 1 In Irviugton or in the city of Pigeon Roost and Cow Heel Christmas shopping could be done earlier if it didnt take so long to stretch the dollar STORIES WRITTEN While The Press Thunders BY LOUISK 1 M FOR SAKE OF A FEW DOLLARS What does it profit a man to make a tew dollars and ruin the life of his own child 000N- othing Yet it is being done day after day not alone in the cities but iIn- the small towns There is hardly a town where a man is not keeping a grocery or merchandise store and rear ing his family in the same building all for the sake of a few dollars 000 His family lives in the rear of the Between meals hisstore or upstairs wife devotes her time helping wait on the customers instead of taking care of the precious baby that is crying in the cradle or running around under the counters It is pathetic to see the life of these little ones and the lack of proper attention given them by their parents slmpy because the mother and father are so engrossed working for the almighty dollar 000 The wife thinks her first duty is to help Bob in the store For less or rot much more than 5 a week Bob could get a clerk to fill the require ments while the mother fills the dishes with digestible food for the children 000 Actually young children are being sorely neglected In this way They have no home training which is their greatest need all through life If the family sits to the dinner table either the mother or tho father usually the first because the latter Is always so tiredand hungry must leave the table to wait on a customer who frequently wants a loaf of bread or a sack of salt Under such conditions can a mother teach a child culture 000 And the child that is reared In the store is spoilt by the flattery of stran gers who say Oh what a dearI Isnt it a beautiful baby It make a child Jlsty to be brought up in the public and a fisty child makes a silly foolish man or an unwomanly woman f 000 Worse than all else there is absolute ly no peace and quiet joy in such liv- Ing The store does not close until late Saturday night and the whole fam ily is completely unfit for the Sabbath The next morning there is a perfect uproar in getting the children ready for Sunday School The mother is too tired to go to church and must cook dinner Father has to watch the store people will just come in to buy because they know that the family lives in the back of the store and the door will be open for accomodatlon This goes on every Sunday in many places 000 To middle witha mans business is not our intention but with all our hearts we hope we can arouse the man and woman who are thus living to con sider the errors of it and think of the future of their children ooo Land is plentiful in the villages Get a lot build a house if it pis only two roomsand call it Home Have a nice yard where the children can play with their stick horses and enjo healthy amusements Let mother be queen with her throne at the fireside and father king at the store up town The dollars not so many made perhaps but more of them saved 000 This is not our own sermon It comes from a wellknown citizen and we gathered it together for our paper like a woman gathers a ruffle for her dres 000 NOW Tomorrow is death to me NOW is my engine Some men let tomorrow run them but thats a word I never use said H C Harvey represent rg the Royal Typewriter Company ofi New York who called at our shop Friday Mr Harvey works and talks as if each moment was his last NOW was his word and his thought as thou gh the chance to work was never beyond the present I have the great est boss in the world he went on to say His name is Maxwell Morris and he is a Texan he has charge of the field department of our house Any thing worth doing must be done now is his motto and thats mine Cant look well eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your hody Keep your bloo t pure with Burdock Blood litters Eat simply take exercise keep clean mud you will have long lifeIf the bestis not toofood for you Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use Subscribe Right Now 1iII THE BOTTOM IS OUT Steak from 12 12 to 15c Roast from 10 to 12 l2c Pork from 13 to 16c the men Come and make my place your headquar ters and get a hot lunch at all hours P E SCOTT i k ijjV I j i ftJ IIacosaaur c Mail orders promptly mid carefully filledAwith the best values in stock and on mall 14 Older ptiicbaies of IS or more we pay or 1wardlugcharges1 Louisvilles Greatest F N- Ow Department Store EVERYWEEI EYY IIUseful Gifts in Linens Etc 1 I1 15Inch Figured Huck For guest towels Dont watt buy now and scollop for Christmas Cpvalue24Inch Figured HuckThis- Is the regular width for hemstitch Ing and scalloping in a good 5ge7sc24Inch Fine HuckThis is an excellent quality of fine figured Irish Huck in a large line of ex 6geaLuncheon Sets Put up in fan shaped boxes sets consisting of tumbler and plate doilies with centerpiece to match made up for our Christmas trade and ranging in price from 41 1 8518 00 down to IIMens Initial Handkerchiefs n I Hemstitched Union Initial very beautifulI Box of Cflp Ofor UUU Hemstitched Union Large 75cIloxJ Hemstitched LinenHand em 75cBoxHemstitched Linen Four 40Ilox f 1 Hemstitched LinenVery fine 50BoxHemstitched SilkVery elab orate initial Per dozen25c275 Each- Hemstitched SilkFine qual SOdozen Holiday Shoes iand- Slippers Womens Felt Fur Trimmed Romeos Turn soles in black red and brown also kid boudoir slippers with pompon on vamp in black red tan pink and blue ClooatWomens Comfy Slippers Just the thing for tired and aching feet made of comfy felt in black Oxford wine and cadet On at Sale Monday 125T Hens Tan Kid Opera Slippers Turn sole sizes 5 to 12 As an extra inducement for early buying we offer these regular 150 at values for Monday r 119 Womens Street ShoesIn gunmetal calf patent colt and vici kid stocks either cloth or dull calf toosjlace or button styles all with welt soles A regular 350 value Qn sale COCK Munday atT OJ Linen Waist Patterns Hand IEmbroidered Pure Irish Linen IIWaist Patterns each pattern iu = 4fromScalloped Satin Bedspreads 134 extra large scalloped satin Quilts in new patterns for large metal beds These make a good Xmas gift and are well worth 1OsaleScalloped Satin Sets134 Fine A Large Satin Spread with cut cor ners and bolster roll to match an ideal Christmas present worth at 850 On sale per set Cu9 Q Flannel Skirt PatternsThese- are all wool petticoats and come in a good color assortment they are warm and comfortable and will be appreciated by many of all ages Prices range from f 00toHemstitched SilkExtra fine 75cdozenPure China Silk Hemstitched Prices range from25c150 down to- Grandpas Bandana SilkAt sizes and prices ranging from 32 inch at 125 down to 85c24 inch at- White Hemstitched Cotton Fullsize Per dozen 60c Cp Each Vt Colored CottonTurkey red and indigo blue various sizes at Cc15cColored Bordered CottonFast CdozenWomens Misses and ChildrensFURS Every kind of Fur is hereFull leugth Coats Large Pillow and Rug Muffs Large Shawl and Cape Collars We quote below a few of the many things we have to show you- Large Pillow fluffsOf black lynx coney fur down bed satin 00cordLarge Rug Aluffs Of black lynx coney fur trimmed with l l 150Pricei Misses Fur Sets Plue silver coney shaped scarf pillow muff silkI cord Pricet 500per set Misses Fur SetsFine Chin chilla coney extra large scarf and pillowI mull Price 750per set Misses Fu SetsImltation white Thiblt and gray fox Priced per set at 87 fO MC fin 10 00 12 00 andu JlJUU J1 QIIla JII iooldJIlID = ID ANNOUNCEMENT 1aJO IRVINGTON COLLEGEo Irvington Ky U HE Irvington College requires that the normal depart ojmont of this institution bo given the most Careful o consideration The work will be of the highest order thornoughly practical anduptodate l l The course includes Psychology Methodology History of Education and Child Study Teachers taking a part or all this course may secure county or State certificates An 0- a able instructor has been secured to present the common afbranches Ho has instructedimany teachers in the central l part of the United States and comes to us highly recommended by the president of too Valparaiso University OrthoglRIphy Heading Elocution and Oratory will be presented by f the president of the college Teachers may enter at any j time and find classes to suit their needs Classes 0 smallwork thorough Board and tuition wiUte o satisfaction guaranteed to every honest worker and intermediate schoolwork willafford daily observattot- for ithose who desIre to learn how to teach In this work inh w- o tensive and extensive reading will bo emphasized busy work o n psyUu ooWm M MARTIN lresldent or WrliJ PIGGOTT Sec anllTreasi Ji0J l1la 11 coricfoaII t G We Print Everything from a Newspaper to a Bibl o I J r- fI CS f I- uu G P rLII i i tldrJUS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE I II IIGENERAL OFFICES CHICAGOSBRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Ute Breckenridge News- t ti WEDNESDAY DEC 7 1910 I kiskitSt s ak RieR ste iea t+ tkos- 0Local JC Laconics c Mk7AAililil AlilA7111AAAAAAAilAil ilt Chas Sawyer wont to Owensboro D H Severs was in Louisville last weekMiss Claudia Pate was in Louisville shopping L Christmas novelties on sale at thek = T ttvrs ofllce c L B Perkins lis ill at her home on the East Side Best lunch in town for the money at the English Kitchen Call at Sipples Shoe Store for win ter hoisery and shoes Buy SIppels Shoes and help some x young lady get a Piano WFresh oysters and celery best in town at the English Kitchen Charming Christmas novelties on sale at the News Office Miss Sue N ton has gone to Web ster for an indlflnitevisit- Fireworks fruits and candies at low est prices English Kitchen Mrs Fred Ferry is visiting Miss Jen nie Green at Falls of Rough Mrs Randell is in Louisville the guest of Mrs Sallle Moorman1 Mrs J T Mnttingly of Irvingtonls the guest of Mrs Frank Mattingly- A new line of winter shoes for ladies and children at Sipples Shoe Store Mrs Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs Jas Leech were In Louisville last week O B Mattingly is ill at the home of his son Fraize Mattingly of Owens born Rev J Duggins of Harned was here last week and visited The News office Mrs David Phelps and little daugh ter have returned home from Ver sallies Miss Tymire DHuy spent Friday lin Hawesville the guest of Mrs George Bentley For The Boy Away tram Home Have your photograph for ChristmasImade t Beautifuland Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky I Will be In Irvington Ky De cembPr 1 2 and 3 W P Osborne of Glen Dean and Miss Myrtle Wells of Narrows were married In Owensboro Saturday 4 Mr and Mrs Chas Moorman of Versailles have returned home after a short visit to Mr and Mrs Wick Moor manThe Epworth League will give a soc ial tomorrow evening in the church parlors under the direction of Mrs StaderMr and Mrs A H Murray will spend Christmas at Middleport Ohio tit the home of their daughter Mrs Chas Crary Miss LetitialChapin was delightfully entertained last week At the home of Mr arid Mrs James Chapin on the PikeMiss Laura Saterfleld has returned home after a pleasant visit in town at the home of Mrs Lucy Gregory and Mrs JohnD Babbage The National Surety Co will furnish you bond as Administrator Executor Guardian odor any public trust V G Babbage Agent JohnA Barry left Monday for Greenville fora short visit Mrs Barry who has been there since Oct ober will return home with him Sat urday The Ladles Reading Club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs Fred F 1 Holiday Goods in Holiday Boxes Toyland Here i oiirOur is in attiro Bring your children order that they may U see what thoy Claus to bring 5c 250 Games lOc to 125 to 100 Animals lOe to 50o IOC to 250 lOc to 150 Carts 50c Rubber Toys lOc to 50c Violins 50c to 125 Banks to 50c Trunks 25c to 100 Pistolso tonoFurnituro 25c to 100 Tool 25c to 100 Rook 60c to 126 Guns 2oo II 200 Pianos 25c toi100 0 titilo i loGift Suggestions fforLadiesh 1 o f liiiHandkerchiefs 5o to 50c lOc to Ferry Thursday week Mrs Randall will entertain the club at The Clover port Hotel Moss Lucy McGavock gave a dinner party at her charming country homo DrIlorrestMr and Mra H L Stader Fred D Huy arrived here from Pine ville Saturday for a short visit to Mrs James Cordrey He nnd Miss Lynnle D Huy left Monday morning for their new home in Deland Florida The first quarterly meeting for the conference year will be held at the MethoilIst church next Sunday Rev S J Thompson Presiding Elder will preach both morning and evening The sacrement of the Lords Supper will be administered at the morning service Dwight Randell has arranged au attractive program for the League ser vice Sunday night Those who will take part are L A Murray Eldred Babbage Msiss Allene Hardaway Martha Miller Eloise Nolte Jeanette Burns Harold Ruther Pate and Rev Lewis Mr and Mrs John Ridge and son Master Vernon Gault Mrs Allen Kin gsbury returned home froth Louisville last week The party had been in several days having gone there to attend the MeloneGordon wedding which took place Nov 31111 at 0 oclock at the brides residence 2010 West chestnut Rev ByronDe Ment olliciatmg Miss Melone was a cousin of Mrs John Ridge and a frequent visitor here and had a host of friends who wish for the bride and groom a long happy future IRVINGTON Mrs Kate Bennett left Saturday for Owensboro to visit her mother Mrs Lizzie Lewis until after Christmts Mrs Mary Bewley of Tulsa Okla was called home suddenly last Tuesday on account of the death of her son Marve Bewley Mrs Bewley has been visiting in Kentucky for the past two months und has many friends and re latives here who will be sorry to hear of her trouble Mrs J T Mattingly is spending sev eral days of this week in Cloverport A fine little boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Tom Lyddan near Webster Mrs Susie Warfield of Macon Georgia will soon to spend sev eral weeks with her parents Mr and 100 Hand 250 100 Belt Pins 100 Box 150 250 300 Table Linen 100 150 Gift Men 100 100 Silk Hose and Boxes 100 Kid Gloves 100 160 100 150 Hats 150 350 Sots 250 125 100 250 Books could few will find Book + f + mWantS l + I or Trade- COUSALKOUTUADElIX1 Oiovcrport portadjoining oathnrownptace formerly or personality W V Groves LousteiKy LostA LOSTf A Gordon Is jv ow bodyWIISof Return to Ilrcckenrhlue receive SaleLarge Jersey Boar g Jersey InrmnrllnFarmFor intimberbarnhoodon further CloverportKentucky nowUnltOrponRreckenrhgoNewsCloverport Housekeeper InhouseworkBoiler 10ftx5dinconditionApcclal WDSaleBank Stock poll manfordIr I The Biggest showing we made inI III t 4 D HenryIMisses Payne Mary Henry I Getting Ready Iffor 1 I SiritL- Y Claus W II jI I At Our Storer J I A bigger selection than Jj ever before Do your shopping 1 EARLY t I u J C NOLTE BRO W 1c CLOVERPORT KYff i shopping returned J C Payne purchased on Maple T R Blythe Paynes to a handsome on begin in a on at program evening un usually good It consists Every body is cordially invited to some O F Brite hostess at Evening Friday at home on Woodland E S McAfee spent Sunday in Cloverport Henry Yeager Hubert Piggott Is living in Minot North Dakota arrive aI days before Christmas to spend JIIiV holidays Piggott members Saturday BEARD COiIl2K3W4HijU1 HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA CLAUS 1910 SundayMiss Post Tree before have been well prepared our friends patrons their buying have special articles NEVER Christmas trade make suitable presents each member household Goods finer selection varied standard higher than have Christmas display array never been shown fresh want impress upon necessity buying There are many reasons thisFirstcomplete plenty time which select gifts hampered by crowds throng later buy put aside delivered when Come is section Holiday themDolls Drums t25c Trains Wagons Chests L Horses lo Neckwear Murray Louisville 25c to Scarfs 25c to 25c to Stationery 25o to Center Pieces 25c to Napkins 75c doz to 25c to yd gloves to Suggestions Necktics25c tq Suspenders 25c to Tic in Holly to Cluott Shirts to to Shaving 7oc to Collar 26c to Razors to No more appropriate present be given to anyone A of you in our Section l er m For Sale tiers six miles from four miles from Stuph the owned by Wiu Garter iiorecl Will sell tnxdo Kor write 3135 Vu avcnuo Dog DOG Half hound half Mark with yol dot over flume Mlko News and owiird For Red COIl TEA lures red ollr good Sale vcruort tho plko For particulars For Sale Scholarship F For Sale For SALE SIX shares First State Hank have ever I I J Mrs W Eva and r j and j this year m i who have been in Louisville have has two beau tiful lots street from Mr intentions are erect residence same and work will few The Literary Club will meet Fri day evening the College Hall The for the will be and of some of the best speakers of the town Mrs will be the the Club her Ave and Mrs with Mr and Mrs who will few the 1q we have are store lOc lOc Swann the ABC 5c to Juvenile lOc to 25c IIenty and Alger 25c Child rens 50c Gospel Stories 50c 125 Testaments and 50q to 3- 00Jewelry In this section you will find the same line of jewelry we handled for several It is guaranteed and the prices ore than elsewhere Rings 100 to 500 Bracelets 150 to 600 Hat Pins to Lockets 100 to 500 Cull Buttons 25o to 200 Serving 100 to 250 Imported China Glassware The choicest tho best lines are shown with his Mr and Mrs W Plans are on in this city for the organization of band At present there are about fifteen and they propose to start band If possible A meeting was held last week and the idea discussed but definite action was deferred for days Chas D Hook was the guest of Dr and Mrs L Lightfoot in Cloverport Mary Brown of Lewisport was the guest df her sister Mrs Wilsonlast week Miss Mary Lin Ditto of Brandenburg was the week end guest of Miss Alberta Drury Mrs Tony McCoy loft for Louisville after ten days stay here the guest of her mother Mrs G L BradyIf best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use f j if fT Tf aTnp Il1n Christmas Cards Tags Cards Ornaments Holiday Ribbons we as to serve and in gitt We used care in selecting the that will for of the more and the if anything ever presented Our goods are now on and a more delightful Everything new and We to especially you the of early for you get the choice of stocksyou of in to your and not the that the Anything you now will be and you say to Headquarters Toy in want Santa to ton arrive Bags 25c for Half Boxes many und Wanted better weeks Mr Books 25c Books Series Red Book Shakespeares Love Poems Bibles have seasons lower lOc 250 Sets and items from hero parents J a a several F Luther a i J sx 1A has ItoI Cream Sots SOc to 225 Bowls 25c to 250 Salad Sots 100 to 300 Vases lOu to 150 Jardinieres SOc to 250 Cut Glass Bowls 250 to 4 00 Useful PresentsA great many people want practical gifts splendid us enumerate Rockers Dining Chairs Dining Tables Beds Sideboards China Cabinets Russ Odd Pieces Lace Curt- ainslioliday SweetsL- ot us furnish you your Christmas goodies they are freshand the price is right BnDaufisJGrnpesrents Mince Meat Cocoa Chocolate Grated Pineapple Shredded Coconnut Extracts Powdered Sugars Citron I lBe C e BOJHARDINSBURG KJiNTtJCKYJf n I t r- it it Ja ajijI 1 cJ rf z tjL 1 I f t t kLwrM t tf t- tt i i I I i p I w1j j Not a misnomer but an actual sale Come and see Sale of merchandise now at the dull season of the year when you want your money to go 100 as far as 200 or dinarily goes We need money now and are willing to divide profits in fact let you have the profit in order to have a good Clearance Sale of past seasons goods r Beginning 1 MONDAY DEC 12 1910 And Continuing One Weelc II Welwilljconduct this stock reducing sale and it will pay you to take advantage of some of theseibargains LOOK Look at these prices Can it be true Yes Come and see For this week beginning Dec 12th up to Saturday Dec 17th LADIES DRESS GOOD 1 Calicoes per yard5c 25c Brown Dress Linen per yard20c lOc Ginghams per yardc 50c Corsets 40c e t 10c Outings per yard8e 10c Gray Hose 2 pair for 15c r 50c Mohairs per yard40c Light Lawns at such a sacrifice that L fY 35c Dress Goods per yard25c you can hold them 12 months and thenk15-cBrown Dress Linen per yard lOc make a big saving on them Come see I I MENSIHATS Black Brown Drab Etc 150 values for 119 Clothing Clean Out A largo assortment of mens I and boys clothing at never be fore heard of prices Mens 1500 suits for 1100 Mens 1250 suits for 800 Mens 1000 suits for 700 Mens 850 suits for GOO Boys suits 0 550 475 325 250 all prices to meet the neceesity Now For The Shoe Department TTo will make some of tho lowest prices on our shoe line ever offered in this or any other town Wo want to clean up our stock as wo arc going to chancre our line A good time for you to get winter shoes cheapMens 400 shoes for 325 Mens 350 shoes for 275 Mens 300 shoes for 245 Mens 250 shoes for 200 Boys various sized shoes at prices that willenable you to shoe all the children at less than you over dreamed of before CLOAKSL- ook at Iliese Prices Can You Beat Them 1200 Cloaks for 900 1050 Cloaks for 800 900 Cloaks for r G50 800 Cloaks for 550 850 Cloaks for GOO 750 Cloaks for 525 725 Cloaks for 500 675 Cloaks for 425 500 Cloaks for 300 Either cash or produce will pull down these extremely low prices during the first week in December J1910 Many other bargains which space forbids mentioning will be open for you on these dates Remember the date December 12 to 17 flany features of this sale we cannot mention on account ofIspace but we are going to sell the goods on these dates Owing to the extremely low prices we are offeringJ we will sell on these days at these prices for cash or produce only NO DONT GET SCARED We mean bythis to make prices so low that you can afford to meet them and never wink COME You will find us at the same old post and doing businessat a rate that will sur prise you J We will pay you 28c per dozen for eggs during this weeks sale and other produce of all kinds at best prices 1 1 II I December 12 to 17 is the date and we will be here to see that your wants arePmet Come on and get the best they are all here I I Yours very truly cr vI mi i 1 i PENICK BROS OUSTER KY = w r p tf t tN rJ jLA5t5 a tt r tI I- il he FRO PIANO I 1I I u HAS ARRIVEDII If ItII s See It at Our Store and Tellus What You Think of How to Secure This 350 Piano Free If ICut out the coupon at the bottom of this advertisement fill it properly mail or bring it to our fJiI- 11I store Then buy your goods at our store get your friends to buy and have your friends get their ra friends to buy Collect their certificates and place them to your own credit in our store ballot Ifi iIII box With your friends help you can secure several hundred dollars worth of certificates every fJiI11 M The piano will be given to the one securing the greatest number of certificates 1I IIweek I i IOur Prices Will Remain as Low as Ever I IElt It will not cost you ono penny more to trade with us Our prices stay jutIIltEME besides we offer many special bargains Our goods willstill be of thoroughly re nm liable quality rind bur styles and patterns all modern and at the height of fashion There is r I every reason why you should do all of your trading at our store j j I J IJk I itity y o Cut Out i I I Sign Namef Ita fi t I Bring to Store Today Ott TO 1 CouponIW C MOORMAN I wish nominate candidate contest I understand is me nomination andIIII n4tha arc Address I I IIW C MOORMAN Glen Dean Ky1 mfj JJ IiB 1 P tJj 4 YoH BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident O SKILLMAN Asst Cashier f THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It passed through three panics and paid every 1 legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place Business 3 per cent Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot H Bowmer Jno C Jarboe O T Skillman A R Fisher 1 I t 1 EVERY FARMER= a well as every business should have a bank account J WHYJw elsewconvenient method i r Your check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays It gives you a better standing with business y iiJf110noyin bank strengthens your credit Jii 5 A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save f r bookkeepingYour business J ftTothose desiring Banking Connections with an Established Bank we extend services i 1- L The Bank of Trust Co Ky H A dOl i PlMNtUtM COL GORSUCHIGeneral Irvington Kentucky r Want to cry your no matter where or what kind None too nor none too to receive careful attention I for your Interest from the day I boot your sale Write or phpne me at my expense for early dates 15 experience Terms reason able Satisfaction guaranteed a ve et fII f1II 1- e i Anything to Sella ii f I Y m then try a News Want Ad and be convinced that they will pay 1 Ii FILL OUT CUT OUT MAIL BUINO OUR Nomination Glen Dean to as a in your piano II that this merely a not a vote does not obligate in any way Name I r 9 Date JT has to do on W As man men the l Old our Hardinsburg Hardinsburg sale big small work years you AND STORK Ky- I Roads Affect Living Costs Tho National Grange prints an artl cle showing tho relation of tho good roads question to the problem of the Increased cost of living and tho rein tively decreasing population of tie farming districts which are now at tracting universal attention Tho arti cle shows clearly that Improved roads Will Increase the productivity of our farms make effective cooperation among tho farmers possible create a market for many of tho smaller farm products which are now unsalable af ford better educational facilities fdrI tho farmers children and In many ways make country life moro desire able and profitable Gfalldraa Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOfelAI J- n r WANTED A JOB Therefore He Did His Best to Please the Manager A certain playwright relates how a manager was much annoyed by the persistent applications for a Job made by a peculiarly seedy individual Time and again the manager hud re erred this person to his stage man agcr See Blank he would say In terrupting the mans attempts to set forth his qualifications At last the applicant did succeed In gaining audience of Blank the stage manager who was In the theater for the time sizing up candidates for the chorusThere were of course a number ahead of him but this fact did not prevent the seedy man from Interrupt tag the stage manager between songs with requests for a Job Exasperated the stage manager at length turned to the pianist and or dered him to play an accompaniment for the stranger With considerable hesitation the seedy person raised what voice he had in song The result was bad as bad could be The manager suddenly commanded him to desist What do you mean by this tomfoolery ho demanded disgusted You certainly have confounded impudence to ask me for n Job Look here said the stranger an gry in turn I dont claim to bo able to slug In fact I dont want to slug Im a stage carpenter I only sang to please you because you insisted on ItPearsons Weekly My child was burned terribly about time face neck and chgst I applied Dr Thomas Eclectic 011 The pain ceased and the child sank into a restful sleep II Mrs Nancy M Hanson Hamburg N Y Victor Hugos Double Victor HUgo had n real double in flesh and blood who exploited his physical resemblance to the man of genius He cut his beard like Hugos copied tho masters dress in ItH smallest details and so for eighteen years divided with the master tho admiration of tho public His especial do light was to pdso In a poetical attitude- In front of a Punch and Judy show Ho did tills at a particular spot every Thursday afternoon for years thor lUghly ijnjoylrig tho murmurs of curI- osity and applause proceeding from the gaping crowd which ho deceived Wo do not hear that ho yeaped any other reward but his pleasure Advertising is the Keynote of success a Uf 9 DEMOTED TO PILLOWS One Day Shouldl De Set AoiJa ror Their Cleaning- A whole day for Ithe pillows gasps the busy ifoUHowlfp nllngcthrr unwilling to lavish HO murh time none nrtlclo out of n hoimoful but Ill lows are proolous in the mtlinatlun of the careful householder and eight mr ten hours spent upon the family supply of pillows once n year will prove lillY thing but n waste of Itime They require bontlng with a rattan beater which will neither out time seam nor wear the tithing but If dour on n dry windy day will clear out almost PILLOWS IIKQUIUB HEATING ns much of the collected dust and with it a fair supply of germs ns tho most modern vacuum process Scrubbing Is resorted to when old ticking covers have been removed and are still strong and firm enough for continued use With a hand brush a liberalI supply of soapy lather is rub bed into the ticking which Is spread out upon n table preferably out of doors timid which later Is scrubbed with force and then rinsed through several cold clear waters timid sunned io the point of nl nlute dryness Pillows themselves may according to the latest authority bo treated sun ilarly with the exception of time com plete rinse for It is well to remember that there are feathers within and that It Is well therefore to use more semi dry lather and less rinse water adding n fair quantity of nmmonla for cleans Ing purposes Pillows thus treated are lung in time open air and the hottest sun to dry day after tiny until their feathers are tics without a shadow of n doubt Cork dust Is n clean filling for the couch proofs as are also old letters torn Into suinll bits Bran tutu saw dust are too heavy while excelsior and hair are too hard Hose leaves an a delight and balsam pine noodles stand In a class by themselves Dont use harsh physics The react ion weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation His Favorite Opiate Ushers In theaters handle some pe culiar people during a season but the experience of tho employee of n Chestnut street playhouse was a puzzle for some time A well dressed middle aged man would secure an end scat In the front row almost every evening He would tell the usher If he fell asleep he was not to be disturbed un til after the show No sooner would the orchestra play the overture tine the ushers would notice that the man was asleep At thee close of the nights entertainment some one would rouse the sleeper and he would leave with a polite acknowledgment One night he explained his strange behavior I suffer from insomnia he said The only relief I get ls when I sit close to the drummer In an orchestra There Is something In the rhythmic beating of the drum that soothes mo to sleepPhiladelphIa Tim- esNervous I was very nervous writes Mrs Mollie Mirse of Carrsville Ky had palpitation of the heart irregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took- I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but I am lots better since taking Cardui lTakeCARDUIi The Womans Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Carduithad byCarduiCardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you too Wont you try it Please do- m L L l 4- r r r S1HfJ9lQJ ItiHF INi m i 6 Full inches of Asphalt Cementvveld i ed Joint No NailholesII OnepieceRoof head Covered by Felt and Asphalt NO CoalTarJ SOLD BY w Gregory Co Dealers In Lumber Lime Cement Clovcrporf Ky y The Century IN 1911 THE LIFE OF A MARTIN LUTHER A great biography vividi dramatic readable Bins tratetl Robert Hichenss THE DWELLERON THE THRESHOLD A powerful new novel by the author of The Gar den of Allallits theme psychicalresearch A rich andvaried feast of good things for readers of The Century IN 1911 Send for Prospectus to THE CENTURY CO UNION SQUARE NEW YORK CORDITE Made of Two Powerful Explosives Kneaded Into Paste Cordite Is tho outcome of the strange iparadox that If you mix together two powerful explosives the result is a smokeless slow burning powder Nl troglyccrln and gun cotton mixed to ether with a little petroleum Jelly make cordite It Is curious to sec the two deadly explosives being kneaded together Into a posh by women with the same unconcern as dough IIs kneaded for bread Indeed machines similar to those used In bakeries take up the work nod knead tho buff colored cordite paste for seven hours Then It Is forced through molds and issues In long cordshence the name cordite the thickness of which Is varied ac cording to the weapon In which It Is to be used For big guns cordite Is half an Inch thick and cut Into lengths of thirty seven Inches Rather more than a thousand of those cordite sticks pack ed In two bundles make up the car tridge for a twelve Inch gun For the rllle cordite Is pressed Into a very thin string like the finest macaroni and sixty of these strands ono Inch and a half long make the neat little bundle which lies Inside the cartridge case For some European armies cordite Is made in tint thin strips like whalebone Kept away from fire cordlto can be handled with impunityLon- don Graphic Carpets and Hugs Carpets null rugs were originally em ployed by oriental nations for sitting reclining and kneeling purposes during devotion When Introduced among the western peoples they wore for along tine used for purely ornamental purposes covers for tables or couches and for laying before altars or choirs of state upon great occasions Carpets were brought to Europe by the Moors but It was well Into tho eighteenth century before they came Into anything nice general use Every Little Movement- A visitor to tho cobblers shop nor ticed ono day a barrel half full of tiny brass cogwheels Why ho said what are nit those for Goodness knows answered tho cobbler with a cureless laugh I get about n cupful out of every clock I mend Philadelphia Bulletin Reason For His Disgust Hes disgusted with tho way tho politicians arc running things In th k town t Is that so I Yes he ran for office and was de oatcd Detroit tree reest r- 1i 0 f h No CHEAP JOHN- Candlesticks But Gold and Silver Ones Your money back if every article we sell 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 everythingEngraved Free Lowest Prices Possible Stop and Rest in our Store Respectfully T C LEWISI Hardinsburg Ky- IARDINSBURG Mrs H M Beard was the guest of Mrs E L Robertson of Glen Dean and of Miss Jennie Green of Fall of Rough last week G D Shellman was in Louisville last weekMrs Artenussa Marshall bas moved to her property in town Rev Dyer and family have takes rooms with Miss Tula C Daniel until the parsonage can be built and equipped for occupancy II J Roberts has moved into his newly purchased home the former M E church South parsonage RevAJl Willett of Shelbyville closed a ten days meeting at the Bap tist church Thursday night Ther were several additions to the church A building lot has been purchased ol Luke B Reeves on Main Street ty Roscoe Eskridge for erecting a Methodist parsonage A 00 feet front cost 400 Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard went tc Louisville Friday for a few days visit ing Tax collections Dec 1 the last day before adding the penalty were the heaviest ever known Sheriff Dennie Sherran went to Frankfort Thursday to settle with the state He desired to be one of the first of the 11 4 sheriffs in the State to get his quietus The State gets about 26000 from Breckenridge county taxes this year Hereafter the Sunday morning train will pass here at 8 16 instead of after nine It will not return at noon but will be due here at 734 p m Miss Jennie Warfield aftera few days visit to Mrs Alvin Skillman and Mrs Ermine Shellman returned to Clover port Monday Howard Hook while playing Friday at school fell and broke his arm Murray Browns experience as Page in the last Legislature gave a valuable equipping in his literary work on Fri day afternoon lie is President of the School Literary Society Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth is Secretary Reports from over the county indi F 1 I Ladies Goat Suits- Now is the time to buy kyourCoat suit as my stock is full and you can find all the now things in suits hero all linings that are guaranteed for two seasons I prices 00goat81 I Ogoat L ii10goat1 DO Ladies Cloaks all going at reduced prices Como quiok and get the pick of them before theyI go Childrens Bear skin cloaks and caps to match to 2501 7flo111150 rata that many schools will contest for Judge Moortoans 10 worth of books while scores of students are dreaming of 310 given by the county officials and the 5 offered by Marvin Beard in the the spelling Dec 10 Mrs P M Beard spent last week inI Louisi11eIThe M E church Sunday school is preparing for a Christmas tree The First District Teachers Associa tion will be held here Saturday Dec ember 17 n L Lewis of Owensboro Dept Deputy Warden of the Woodmen was here last week in the interest of that organizationMarriage Marion Smith of Ilarned and Nettie Cundiff of West view Ernest Flowers of Custer ant Nancye Sipes of Mook Oscar Matting ly of McDamels and Roxie Kiper of Franks George Powers of Holt ant Daisy Walls of Holt Amos Wood ot Garfield was the guest of his brother Harvey Wood Saturday and Sunday Judge L L Waggoner appointed the following gentlemen as a Board of Sup ervisors Hon Chas Blanford Mathew Shrewsberry Orrin Hardin G B Cun ningham and Joe Glasscock They will convene the first week in January to revise the tax lists If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the ildur you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tuckyA Admr etal Plaintiff I Equity Against f No A J Koycs Heirs et al Defendant I 3237 By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at October Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sale ot the hereinafter described real Estate and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardins burg to tho highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 26th day of December 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of SIX MONTHS the following described property towit Two cer tain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Breckinrldge and State of Kentucky and bounded and described as follows First Tract beginning at two jack oaks corner to Margarett McGlothlan thence S 30 E 112 poles to a red oak and dogwood thence S 55 W 110 poles to a hickory ind stone marked H thence N 30 W 55 poles to a black gum and hickory zorntr to Henry Hardins thence N 55 E 46 poles to a white oak thence N 50 W 55 poles to a red oak elm and gum thence S 55 W 29 poles to two pms thence N 30 W 62 poles to the Stephens port and Clifton road near lardins fence thence N 72 E 217 poles to a black oak thence S 55 W 110 poles to the beginning containing 106J ores more or less I Second TractBeginning at two black jacks corner to Sam Adkissons I 500 acre survey and Peter Claycomb running with Henry Hardins and I Uchard Bibbs line N 55 E 122 poles to hree oaks on the side of a hill in Bibbs line thence S 32 E 50 poles to a plum tree and a forked dogwood sapling hence S 21 W 154 poles to a red oak sapling standing in a sassafras ticket in another line of Samuel Ad issons 500 acre survey thence with 1ls line N 30 W 128 poles to the be inning containing Q 7 4 acres more or ssThere is excepted out of the above boundaries right of way deed to L H St L Ry Co Deed Book 45 page c 442 414 and same sold to C C Young 1 er deed book 53 lSD U acre sold Sarah iI ihnstn deed Book li416S acre sold Mack Cashman deed book 08009 and I 1 acre sold to Fred Claycomb deed book 9J71 The purchase price the pHitthaser ith approved surety or securities I must execute bond bearing legal inter t adies Trimmed Hats Nice line of at reduced prices you will have pay I am also Edi sun Phonographs and Roe ords Why not try one Christmas 1 Come iin and see tho Machines and hear the New Record r riT t ii lI Free ABSOLUTELY eoi i A Pair of WalkOver Shoes Free i WITH EACH SUIT OF CLOTHES t Ll yst11 With Each 2000 Suit a pair of 500 WalkOver Shoes FreeYa With Each 1750 Suit a pair of 400 WalkOver Shoes Free i With Each 1500 Suit a pair of 350 WalkOver Shoes Free With Each 1250 Suit a pair of 300 WalkOver Shoes Free IICome Early While Sizes are Good Our Christmas Goods are now displayed embracing the most varied line of highgrade merchandise and all kinds of Toys in fact anything you can think of we have it We have at all times The Best Line of HighGrade Merchandise in the COunty at prices common stuff We welcome one and all to the Best Goods Money can Buy Headquarters Low Prices and HighGrade Goods 1 NEWSOM GARDNER IRVINGTON KENTUCKYJt rJst from the day of sale until paid and laving the force and effect of a vent Lein retained to secure pay nent of purchase money Bidders will e prepared to comply promptly with hese terms LEE WALLS Commissioner Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken ucky i AShollmiins Admrx 1laltllT Etlulty NOwenJ o By virtue of a Judgment and Order 1 Sale of Breckenridga Circuit Court endered at October Term thereof IglO a the above cause for the sum of 1IXTYSEVEN Dollars 6700 with merest at the rate of 0 per cent per nnum from the 7th day of December 001 until paid and nit costs herein shall proceed to offer for sale nt the ourtHouse door in Hardinsburg to he highest bidder at Public Auction on lino Ladies and Mens and Un dorwear lowest with good mer the now Ladies Also Belt and Collar Pins I Full lino in both Staple and Fancy r Monday the 26th day of December 1910 at oclock p m or there about being County Court day upon a credit of three months the following property towit One Heil man 16 Horse power Engine and rig of the same manufacture The with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear ing legal interest from the day of sale paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Approximated debt interest and cost 51152 LEE WALLS Gttlidron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA day NATURE illsPeople Pendleton frequent Wwv tIrtMf tIIN rIfNNWIIfJtJt4 tAJ WYt Mens and Boys Clothing Clothing select from at prices that will astonish Ask to see the all BIGwool Kirschbaum Suits guaranteed the maker be absolulely allwool 2250 5uaits 1750 20r 15 15s at 1250 1250 at 10 worth worth pants suits at great knee pants 10 at 5150at 00lyreduced 50c and at readytowea Hats greatly to what to elsewhere agent for played others ask for you for judg Underwear- Big of Childrens at consistent chandise Ladies Neckwear All in Neckwear Groceries one saw purchaser until Commissioner Subscribe this very Hats and Caps lions Hats and Caps Do not forget to see thorn as have nice lino and save you money on them Dress Goods Poplins in all colors also stamped and check at yardWoolen Goods Black Bluo and Panama 42inches wide at 50c per yard All Serge 36in wide at 50c per yard All Wool Black Dress Goodsjhno quality at 44 inches wide Silks for waists at 50o and 65c per yard Nice now patterns all colors of silk 36inchos wide at Satins in Black at Q5c to a yard TELLS YOU Many A Cloverport Reader Knows Too Well the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about it The urineis natures calendar Infrequent or too frequent Any urinary trouble tells of kidney in this vicinity to this R G Owensboro Ky says I suffered severely from disor dered kidneys pains and lameness in my back and headaches was also a stiffness in my neck and the kidney secretions were unnatur al and irregular in passage I could r4 ttu line of to you to s Suits I Big lot suits 750 t5 prices 1 worth lot boys 90c 35 C for prices things described I a can Gray Wool chos 1 1 1 As When action testify There by Blankets Blankets worth 65cat iJQC Blankets worth 90c at 15tn Blankets 125 at worth iio01 Blankets 150 at- Blankets worth i125 worth 2 at 150 124 Blankets extra hood white only nt198A- ll Wool Blankets from 350 to 5 per pair thardly work and felt tired nearlyall the time I at length procured a box of Dons Kidney Pills and while I have not taken them strictly according to directions they have given me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have ray highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FpsterMHburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeaber the nameDoansandftake no other Two Successful Stock Men Walter Moorman and Sidney Owen two progressive young stock raisers of Glen Dean were in Chicago last week attending the Internation Stock Show Both of these young men are making a success in their business for the reason they are interested in it and keep up with all that is new and practical r Ir Shoos Ii Star Brand Shoes nroII bettor All solid leather no cut of vamps ask to see the cele brated work shoe stronger W than the law at 300 the I best shoo on earth for the money Mens fine shoes in patent leather gun met i al box calf and vici all ir = the late styles to please both young and old LadiesShoeQiiyy- in prJtbutton gun metal put ent leather cravonetto Ij topslate style all the new styles and lasts in pat ent leather gun metal vi ci in lace ask to see tho TeSvS and Ted school Shoe5tfor children t A ftj i icIF ALEXANDER I Irvington Ky Iy WIWIt M1JWIt1f J1N WIIAJW4 j In I 1 i it t1 M iltt R I L L a