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L i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 J ftALLTHE NEWS HATS FIT TO PRINTr- n r- y + = VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 191u1 8 Paler NO 23 c f n4IIBlii TOBACIO SALE err rt St niniiiiJT Leaf District puts Over ftMi t tot7 1 12 C nts A Pound Henderson Kr Dec10The stem ming District Tobacco association has sold its pooled crop of 21300000 pounds of tobacco Four fifths of tbe pool brought 7S4 centsThe other fifth brought 7 cents aver ate About seventeen and a half million pounds In round numbers of fired to b =cco has been sold at seven and a t half cents About four million pounds in round numbers of unfired tobacco has been sold at seven cents There remains unsold five and a half million pounds Every pound of Henderson county tobacco has been sold About a million is yet unsold In each of the counties o f Hopkins Webster Union and CrittendenThe The Calaber limited bought five million Henderson county one million eight hundred thousand Webster The Imperial five million five hun dred thousand Henderson county six million Webster county one million Hopkins county and one million Union countyW Head and son half million Henderson county Total sales of nnflred tobacco to date 3500000 A Little Voyage Across The River John Wesley Steele has returned home from Toblnsport where he visited his friends of the old days Fiftyseven I years ago Mr Steele crossed the river i to cast his anchor at Cloverport and- St now all his friends that are left in those fertile fields could stand in the shadow of one tree Among them are i Irs Nancy Leaf Levi Winchell and Capt Weatherholt Mrs Leaf is near her ninetieth year and has reared a large family but they are scattered abroad and only one dau ghter lives at home Mr Winchell has been a farmer all r his life which has been that of a half century and thirtyeight years He must have been a sower of good seed for his reaping is above that of theI average man Capt Weatherholt is ten years be hind us said Mr Steele The Cap tain though must have lived them dur ing his four years in the Civil war He entered the Federal army in the be ginning and was the last man to come home He came out a Captain and now draws a pension Mr Steele is eightyone years old He worked hard during his young man hood but he has a good time now visit ing his relatives at Hites Run Tobins port and other places whenever he chooses Prof Groom has gone to his home at Princeton Ky until after the holidays t as the state board of health ordered the I Tobinsport Schools closed on account of dlptheria Geneva the eight year year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Her bert Cpckrell died of the disease last week Cecils LetterI V WtJear Santa Claus I thought I would write you a letter to tell you what I want 1 want a doll and a set of furniture for her Some ribbon and a story i book candy oranges cocoanuts Jbannas and nuts and a sweater Cecil Hall Holt Ky Christmas Tree And Enter r s ttainmcnt At Custer Saturday night Dec 24 again the moat interesting and carefully prepair ed programme from the platform in the church that has ever been offered in the history of Custer The programme consists of Recital r v1onsi dialogues and music will be rendered i by pupils second and none lm- mediately after Santa Claus will greet the audience and begin his work in the usual way Ten cents will be iwrged at the door to defray the ex IjJMnses and add other volumes to the library v The ushers will open the doors of11 thechurch at 0 oclock p m and care I fully look after the seating of the peo pleThe programme willl begin promp i Yat 7 p in The tree will be free for I j rypnt Pure to tag and write plainly they 1 o n name of the person to whom all pres ents are to be delivered Presents will b received at the tree from 12 0 clock Dec 24 The citizens of Ouster are backIng the teacher In his effort to make this the greatest event yet in their com munity The best of order will be requited Everybody invited to attend lie Wont Forget Dear Santa Claus I am a good little girl almost six years old I want you to bring me a doll and a set of furniture for her I also want a small rocking chair candy oranges cocoanuts ban anas nuts a story book a little horse a wagon and a sweater now Santa please dont forget my big sister and brothers Your own little girl Nannie Mildred Hall Holt Ky Gas Property Sold The local gas property was this week sold by the Cloverport Real Estate Co to the Ohio River Gas and Oil Co com posed of Cleveland Ohio capitalists who have taken hold and will immedia tely move to the proper and thorough development of the gas h1IjsA new well will be drilled at once and as many additional wells as will be ne cessary to supply the local people with an abundance of gas The people behind the new company are experienced gas and oil men who know their business and can be depend ed upon to make most of the local fuol Mr James Tague will remain in charge of the companys property as manager and it to be hoped that his hopes are at also to be realized Birthday Party Master Paul Edward Berry enter tained a number of his little friends Saturday afternoon at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs S R Berry on Third street to a birthday party in honor of his sixth anniversary De lightful refreshments were served and an enjoyable time was had by all He receivedmany beautiful gifts Those present were Grace Hate and Adelle Benton Pearl Louise Boyd Mildred Morrison Carrie Mae Jackson Anna May Tatum Annie May Penner Irene Penner Louise Reid Hetty Murrel Faith Syble Berry Hortense Wendel ken and Virginia Hill Roy Mullen Harry and Ralph Berry Wickliffe and Raymond Morrison Celesture Ray mond and Marion OConnell Frances Emmett Hensey Rodger Harder Harry Crist Leslie Berry and Henry Penner Breckenridge Man Pardoned Frankfort Ky Doc 10Governor Wilson granted executive clemency in threecases today He remitted the jail sentence and fine imposed on W R Jonston in Breckenridge county for violations of the local option laws He was fined 1000 and sentenced to serve 198 days in jail He has paid most of the fine and has been in jail two mon ths Will Not Look Deer Santa tause I will write you a little letter to tell you what I want for Xmas Der santa ploso bring me a little rocky horse and a little wagon and a ball and some oranges and some cans nanes and some firecrackers and a little pistol that I can shoot and plase bring me a pair of gloves If this is not to much for you to bring so I will go to bed and will not look I will be a good little boy I remain as ever Charlie Garrett Cloverport Ky Good Colored Woman Dead Jennie Brown wife of George Brown died Friday night of pneumonia Her funeral was held from the Baptist church in Africa Jennie was a well thought of colored woman and was good to her family 000 Rev Pope is carrying un a revival at the Ashbury Methodist church 000 Ella DeHaven grand daughter of Aunt Lucinda Pool is dead and burled Christmas Driving Miller BiJl the new livery men at Hardinsburg are repairing1 their stable and putting it In firstcjabs order for the hojidays If you want to drive you can get a splendid team and a first class driver telephone your wajits youLewisportought to use i f i li I THE HENDERSON ROUTE Is Given Permission To Advance Rates in Kentucky Between Louisville And Hender son Frankfort Ky December 8At a meeting of the State Railroad Com mission yesterday an order was entered permitting the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway company to charge a higher rate than is now scheduled on shipments from Louisville to points be tween Henderson and Owensboro This order in effect excused the road from the operations of the long and short haul law A number of stations in theUigSandy Valley on the Ohespeake and Ohio railroad wero ordered consol idated by the commission at the request of the railroad company I The case of the American Tobacco company against the Chespeake and Ohio R R company in which the tobacco company complains that the rate charged for a shipment of 102 hogsheads of tobacco from Louisville to Maysville was excessive was con tinued until the meeting of the com mission January 1- HARDINSBURG Read tax notice in this issue H J Roberts and son David were at Fordsville Sunday guests of Rev and Mrs Felix Roberts Mrs R O Perkins and little son of Cloverport are guests at Mr Jas Dur hams for a few das Mrs J C Lewis was called to Gar rett Saturday tobe in attendance upon her father Francis Ritchie who fell and broke his arm Mrs Hunt of Chicago lectures this afternoon at 2 oclock at the M E Church South Her lecture Hygiene and Health is to ladies only Tom Moore of McDanlels was in town Saturday mingling with his man friends here Byron Cart in Uncle Sams mail service with his time partly spent in Louisville and in Lexington was here SaturdayGodfrey Ball was In Louisville a few days last week and made arrange ments to move there He and Mrs Ball will leave this week to make Louisville their permanent home Marvin Beard accompanied by his youngest son Ralph was in Louis ville a few days last week O E Floyd real estate and insur ance agent of Kingswood was in town on business Saturday After an absence of several weeks with relatives in Louisville Mrs God frey Ball returned home August Whitfill moves Into town this week from Godyvllle near the Fair Grounds The Sunday School of the M E Church South took up its collection a liberal one Sunday toward defraying the expenses of County President T B Henderson to the National Convention at Sanfrancisco next summer The Counfcy Sunday School Convention at Irvlngton last summer surprised Mr Henderson by agreeing to give him the trip i ach school is asked to take up collection for the purpose and each will certainly contribute with pleasure toward sending a man who works with such faithfulness for the Sunday School cause We hear of a number of schools that expect to carry off the prizes from the spelling match at the Court House Fri day night Those 5 and 10 gold pieces are good Christmas money better still as nucleus for a savings account The 10 worth of books will furnish a good start for a school Library The donors of the prizes hope all schools will compete Gus Browns fearlessness insight ability and legislative record in the Senate last year have made him a much spoken candidate tor Attorney General I From various sections of the state the press is calling him In looking for a an honest man for a high place never go around Gus Brown He wears no bodys collar and answers to no call ex cept that of duty and right A letter from Ellis M Roberts of Centerville New Mexico states that he is well pleased on his 520 acres of land with aovwrnTiventucky neighbors near They live four miles from school but their children go every day and are busy with several parts of a Christ mas entertainment Hiram W Davis of Louisville will will give a free illustrated temperance lecture at the M E Church South i = I next Sunday nighti Everybody is In vited The lecturer and his lecture are highly recommended by those who knowMrs Dr Ballenbech of Fairholt Minn is visiting her brother Lee Bis hopThe usual fine display of Christmas goods are set before purchasers again this year by Hardinsburg merchants Miss Myrtle Whithers has accepted a position with the L3ader as Typo grapherMarriage licenses Jubal Stephen McCoy and Edor Lee Payne both of Clifton Mills Mat M Priest Irvington and Rosa Haynes GarfIeld John Hair Custer and Bettle Reed Constantine Dr and Mrs J E Kiueheloe were In Louisville several days last week Master Johu Beeler Walker fell striking the back of his head violently I against the floor one day last week For a few days it was feared that the injury was serious Robert Jones of Owensboro an ex perienced implement man has occupied a position with B F Beard Co and Is in charge of their implement line Harvey Wood who has been with B F Beard Co has moved to Louis vllle See Dr Walker for your dental work The suit of J D Martin against the L H St L Ry Co in the Meade Circuit Court wherein Martin recovered judgement for 200000 damages was settled without an appeal to the Court of Appeals by the payment of 180000 and costs to Martin The action of H R Harris against the Illinois Central Ry Co for dam ages for personal Injury pending in the United States Court at Owensboro was settled by the payment of 50080 and costs to Harris Claude Mercer represented Martin and Harris If the best is not too good for you Lettisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner At The Confederate Home 4 The Confederate Home Messenger published in the interest of The Home at Pewee Valley contained an interesting article this month about the happy Thanksgiving spent by the Veterans Besides feasting on fourteen of the National birds delightful addresses were given The article included the followingMrs Ewalt of Paris sent three fine turkeys to the Home one for her brother one for Col George and one for Miss Henley the Matron all of which was very much appreciated and enjoyedMiss Lelia Henley has done much to brighten and improve the Home for the old soldiers Many word of praise are spoken of her and her friends in this city are pleased to learn that she is so highly thought of at the Home Has Big Blue Eyes Dear Santa Clause I will write and tell you what I want for Xmas I am nine years old and have big blue eyes and light hair I go to schpol every day I want a doll and a little set of dishes and a set of furniture I want some oranges bannas and some candy and raisons and nuts of all kinds I re main as ever Lucy May Garrett Cloverport Ky- Calendars Received The Breckenridge News has received 1911 Calendars from The Youths Com panionSeaton ds Weatherholt Marion Weatherholt and Swift Premium Cal endar They are all beauties and dis play clever taste- VIVISECTION FOR CRIMINALS Cincinnati Surgeon Advocate of Scheme to Aid Science Dr Benjamin Merrill RIcketts a physician of Cincinnati advocates un der certain circumstances the subject ing of criminals to surgical Investiga tionVivisection In both animals and man is essential for a more rapid progress In the science of medicine and surgery says Dr Rlcketts Criminals should bo given an opportunity to accept the right to sub ject themselves to the hands of the experimenter even though their lives may bo Jeopardized Their reward should bo their liberty They are runny times promised this for services of less Importance Cap ital punishment should bo abolished for life should not bo taken except in self defense The evolution of punish ment for crime Is fast approaching the elimination of punishment by death because certain surgical measures to gether with dlsfranchlsoment dud la bor will era long obtaint tl RoVaiBAKING POWDER Crullers All Cakes If Biscuits Hot Breads 11 More Tasty Economical Absolutely Healthful STEPHENSPORT Miss Pauline Moorman A Popular Young Woman And Mr Otis Dowell Marry In Louisville Miss Ida Waggoner who has been ill for a few weeks is improving- Mr and Mrs Blitz of Detroit Mich were guests of their sister Mrs W J Schoop Sunday and Monday Mr Otis Dowell and Miss Pauline Moorman were married at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Atkinson in Louis ville on Wednesday evening Rev Shepherd performed the ceremony The writer wishes them a long and happy life- Yandel Sargent has a position at Mc Cubbins store Mr and Mrs Will Dowell of Union Star were guests of their son and dau ghter Mr and Mrs Otis Dowell Sun dayLittle Owen Ray fell from the roof of a building Saturday and crushed one oi his arms and was hurt internally Mrs Thomas Blaine has been quite ill but we are glad to say is improving at this writing Mrs Chas Tinius and Mrs Warnei Dieckman have been at the bedside ol their mother Mrs Milton Basham who has been critically ill of blood poison If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use Letter to Santa Dear Santa Claus Please bring ia rocking horse and a plane for Charll Lee And bring me a ring and a littlel gold watch and a trunk and lots o good things to eat I am a little gir six years old Mary Christiana Hamman Cloverport Ky EXILED ROYALTY AT HOME King Manuel Visits French Pretends r at Wood Norton Wood Norton the Worcestershire home of the Due dOrleans where King Manuel has been celebrating hi twenty rRt birthday Is in external appearance little more than the average English manor house but the stamp of royalty Is over it all And tho Ueurdolys Is no mere or nameutal symbol for at Wood Norton Philippe VIII or France keeps royal state and holds his court Ho has his retinue of gentlemen of honor rep reseutatlvcs of sonic of tho oldest fam ilies of the French noblesse under the direction of tho Due do Luynes and his duchess has her dames dhonnein of ritually proud lineage And in this environment of state and courtly cere monial King Philippe exacts and receives tho homage duo to a sovereign Hungry Children Aided A new dining room chair has a seat thnt lifts to fern a high chair for n child lIRl n n 91r r n BUSY D4YS AT PHELONS FACTORY John Phelon Co has received to bacco from the following J H Gibson Uloverport 505 Ibs Mal con Allen Cloverport 270 lbs William Snyder Reynolds Station 750 Ibs Thos Ryan Mattingly 1040 lbs J B Gibson Cloverport 465 Ibs Wave Quishenberry Patesvllle 805 Ibs E J Hale Hawesviile 505 ibs Clarence Dunleavy Hawesville 445 Ibs Rob ert Powers Hawesviile 090 lbs Thos Powers Hawesviile 1335 Ibs W R Powers Hawesvllle 1225 lbs Steph ens and Gregory Pellvllle 1220 Ibs Paul and holing Friel 1125 Ibs W B and W N Pate Mattingly 1480 lbs Alfred Blair Mattingly 133s Ibs B S Burdette Mattingly 1730 Ibs G W Beatty Friel 055 lbs Hilrey Remmington Floral 075 Ibs Alf Haw kins Mattingly 520 Ibs Marvin Hat field Reynolds 1225 Jbs Pat Ryan Reynolds Station J5Ibs M C Rear don Clovorport 025 Ibs Chas East on Easton 570 llls W W Powers and Bollng Hawesviile 1225 Ibs and Burch Parrott Floral 1810 lbs 000 Henry Duncan is foreman at the Phelon factory this year Mr Duncan is an experinced tobacco man and knows how to handle the weed 000 Miss Melissa Mattingly is Mr Phel ons stenographer and has a nice office to work In 000- Nearly all the tobacco Mr Phelon buys is sent to Ireland It takes a world of money to carry on a tobacco business Cash Is paid the grower just as soon as his tobacco is lifted from the wagon but Mr Phelon thinks he Is quickly paid if ho receives pay I meat for his shipments in twelve mon 1ths He has thousands and thousands of pounds of tobacco abroad that have been there four years for which he has never received a cent 000 When the season opens In full Mr Phelon will give work to fifty or more men He turned away twenty men who wanted work last week 000 All Sold Now Henderson Ky Dec 10A little more than two million pounds of tobac co were sold today to John Hodge representing the Regie Co This corn pletes the salo of tobapco in the stem ming district pool and removes danger of trouble which seemed likely a Low days ago Friday night the stemming L district sold about twenty million Ibs to buyers at 7s tor unfired and 7 for fired Lexington Leader 55- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to us- eAdvertising is the KeY6FjJ + note of success 1 n Wu x fJ 11 lr J 4in 1- rr ILwi1N s f l m n Vri r DR IL J BOONS Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky r r For Sale Tux receipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in told get one RIUI Perkins DISI r r 2 L + g NE- WLivery n Stable 1 m Stephensport Ky tt- Y New Rigs f horsesff J JNewNew Stable I Open for the Public Near m the Depot y If you have any riding or m driving to do or if you want x Feed of any kind we can x furnish youj1We NUI handle Ice also NJ i Your patronage will j5 ctbo appreciated 1f Y fl 1 THOS VII SMITH Propriet- orStephensport 11iTKy Jfc U + + Trained Mindsa- re in demand by business men The Spenivriun course in Book keeping Shorthand and Account ing h s beta the means bv which 12000 graduates are holding re spnibie Ipisitions Hundreds are earning over 5000 n year We willI send full details regarding rates and course to young men and women who will write us Spenceriat Commercial School Union National iiink Uulldinir 6th and Main Sts LOUISVILLE KYI18 Anyone flomllng n sketch and e crtriinmRY I qiilklf nscortnln our option free invention 18 prnnnbly pntentnhlo Communion tkmimtrlcUrcomidoiiMal HANDBOOK on Patents patentImnUrptfitil notice vf it hoot charge In tho Scientific JVroerican A tmnrtsrmiplp Illnatrated weekly largest clr t iisiKin or nnr s iflWido JJournal Terms t3a tiui4byatlnowedeaneraMUNN j Drunr oar C25 F Ft Washington lJe PUBLIC SALE J 1 I will offer to the highest bidder on Fridayy Dec 2 3II I1910I J I tOn thcfann knownlas the Widow Miller farm on the Hardinsburg and Clovorport Pike adjoining the Fisher farm the following One Saddle Horse one Marc Milch Cow Iwo Fat Hon Sow nnd Elfjhl Plus 150 Iluuhclfl Corn DUUDY Double Harness Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms Made Tiiown on Day of Sale A E MILLERNOTICE Please do not ask vs to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free forget try a News Want Ad M Q4 9340215 NOW UV- SAMSLANDON UNCLE Censua Does Not Include Cities Show Heavy Growth LittleBrown Brothers and Agricultural States of Philippines Which Corresponding Decline Would Make the Total Many Remarkable In 101100008 creases Noted ooody y By JAMES A EDGEKTON population of the United THE is 03102li51 This In des Alaska Porto Ulco and Hawaii but excludes the Phil ippines Guam Samoa and the Pana ma canal zone Including the Philip pines according to the census of 1003 nnd an estimate of Guam Samoa and the canal zone the population for the natlrwi and Its possessions Is 101100 000 The population of the United States proper exclusive of Alaska and the Island possessions Is 0203t874- We now know how big we arc haying asked everybody about his birth place and his wifes relations we have cast up the totals Into long and head achy columns of figures that proclaim to the world our numerical greatness It Is quite n showing over 00000 000 people for the United States proper mid more than 100000000 If we In elude the United States improper con listing of the little brown brother of the Philippines I defy any human being to form even the remotest con ception of what ninety millions mean but whatever It Is we have It It Is some comfort to know that never In human history has a nation grown so rapidly Since tho republic was founded a little more than a century Iso we have multiplied our popu lation by thirty On an average we hove doubled our size every twenty five years If Senator Hoar was right In declaring that a column of figures could move an American to tears tho whole nation should fairly boohoo over the 1910 census Cities Growth Increasing The one big fact that stands out of the result Is that most of the growth In the last decade has been in the cities Some of the country districts have actually gone backward One agricultural state Iowa has shown a decrease Sonic of the very small towns and villages have shown the same tendency But the cities from 10000 upward have almost all ad vanced some of them enormously In the list of the worlds ten largest cities the United States has throe Wo have one city exceeding 4000000 In population two exceeding 2000000 three exceeding 1000000 or four If the environs of Boston were Included In that city eight exceeding 500000 eighteen exceeding 300000 twenty eight exceeding 200000 and fifty ex ceeding 100000 These fifty are distributed through twentysix stales Now York Massachusetts and Ohio each hits five Pennsylvania Califor nia and New Jersey each contains three Missouri Michigan Minnesota Connecticut and TomitjnHce can boost two each and the other fifteen range from Ithode Island to Oregon At tin head of then fortynine cities stand of course New York at the foot Al bany Of cities between 25000 and 100000 there are 175 with the list yet Incom pIpIt These Ire distributed through tlilrlysevon states Massachusetts heads the list with twenty Pennsylva nia romos next with seventeen New York follows with sixteen New Tcr KCV nod Illliils luivo eleven eah Ohio Inn ill1 T1 T s e1 Iov2 iii have II eight Michigan anti Wisconsin each boasts seven California npd Connecti cut each claims thc Indiana Virginia and Khntln island each contains four Georgia Kentucky Missouri and Kan sas follow with three ouch while there are twelve states with two ouch and six with one each Of cities below 25000 the number Is legion In this class the returns as yet are scattering Smaller Cities Grow On thin whole the smaller cities have grown more rapidly thou the larger ones The rate of increase In those above 100000 has been 318 per cent while the showing Is 391 per cent In those between 25COO and 100000 Sixteen of these smaller cities have more than doubled their population In the decade The largest growths have been that of Oklahoma City which has the enormous percentage of H307 increase to Its credit Muskogee In tho sane state Is but little behind Other cities In this group that have trebled or doubled their growth are Pasadena Berkeley and Snit Diego Cal Flint Mich Fort Worth El Paso and Dallas Tex Tampa and Jacksonville Flaj Huntington W Va Schenectady N Y Tacoma Wash Wichita Knn nnd Waterloo la Tho largest growth In cities of over 100000 Is that of Birmingham Ala which Increased at the rate of 2454 per cent Los Angeles was n close second with 2113 per cent Seattle hud 101 per cent Other cities In this class that more than doubled their population were Portland Ore Spo kane Wash and Oakland Cnl Notable galas were also made by Cleveland Detroit Minneapolis Denver Atlanta and Richmond One most gratifying feature of the returns Is the growth of the south especially of southern cities Charlotte- N C Chattanooga Tenn Lynchburg Va Macon Ga Norfolk Va Ports mouth Va Itoanokc Vn Shreveport La and several other cities In nddl thou to those already mentioned show something of the advance movement In the new south San Francisco Undaunted Another pleasing fact Is that despite her disastrous earthquake and fire Sun Francisco has Increased iron 342782 in 1JOO to 410012 in 1010 Oakland and Berkeley are virtually parts of San Francisco and both have grown prodigiously If the two be added to the larger city the total population Is Increased to more than 000000 More over the enormous increase of Los Angeles and other California cities shows soiiY thIng of the growth that might have tuUon place In San Fran cisco hull it not been for her disaster Tatting the cities of Los Angeles Oakland Berkeley Sacramento Situ Diego San Jose and Pasadena they show nn aggregate Increase train 2G0252 in 1000 to 053317 in 1010 or 151 per cent If San Francisco had enjoyed a like growth she would have hall In 1010 a total of SliO383 While It Is too much to claim that but for her calamity slue might have readied thl result since a large city Is iiit1 apt ti show ud great a percent That Cold Roomon the side of the house where winter blasts strike hardest always has a lower temperature than the rest of the house There are times when it is necessary fo raise the temperature quickly or to keep theItemperature up for a long I That cant be done by the regular I method of heating without great trouble and overheating the rest of the house The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by o r means is to use aII VJEJUECTJOSMOKIELCSS 1 e f Absolutely smokeless and iorlwII which can be kept at full or low heat for a short or long time Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours without smoke or smell An indicator always shows the amount of oil In the font Fillercap does not screw on but Is put in like a cork in a bottle and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost An automaticlocking flame spreader prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and Is easy to remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in tin instant The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed In an instant for rewicking Finished in Japan or nickel strong durable well made built for service and yet light and ornamental Has a cool handle Dealer Evtntiflitrt if sot al yours writt for dtscriftiix circular to the ntartst agtney of tht Standard Oil Company Incorporated r 0J WMIM as Walll as MM m Matte MUMift by Kidney ad Bladiat Trwbk Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lesshnsambltlon beauty vigor cheerful disappear when order eased trouble child born afflicted weak kidneys child urinates often urine scalds flesh when child reaches when should able control passage yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon cause diffi culty kidney trouble and first step should towards treatment these important organs This unpleasant trouble diseased condition and bladder habit most people suppose Women well made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble both need same great remedy The mild immediate effect SwampRoot realized sold druggists fifty cent mid onedollar muyhaveby mail free also pamphlet telling all and ness soon the kidneys ate out of or dis Kidney has prevalentthat mon for to be with If the too ifthe the or if the an age it be to the it is it the of the is the be the of is due to a of the kidneys and not to a as as as men are and the and the of is soon It is y uu a J t n about SwMiipKoot Iift 4including many of tIll testimonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on ever bottle age or increase ns n small one under similar conditions it Is entirely within bounds to say Unit the city beside the Golden Gate would have gone up to a half million or 000000 but for her disaster The moro force Is lent to this contention by the fact that some of the Increase In other California cities Is due to the fugitives from Snn FranciscoBostons Suburbs Separate The Bostcnlans claim that the con sus figures represent only n part of the population of their city since Boston actually Includes Cambridge and a number of other cities that are return ed separately If there were a greater Boston ns there Is a greater New York her population would be 1201J 701 Instead of the 070585 now re turned In like manner the Twin Cltlo In Minnesota can contend that the two are essentially one in all but name and that a true rating can only be given them by consolidation Thus If Mln neapolis and St Paul were combined we should have 510152 ranking as the I ninth city In the country There are many other cities that would considerably augment their pop l ulation by n little expansion The case of San Francisco Oakland and Berke Icy has already been mentioned Like wise Omaha and South Omaha practically constitute one city If the two wore Joined together they would haveI Ir00n7 Instead of the 121090 given to Omaha now The cities In northern I Now Jersey would be most affected by consolidation however Thus Eliza both the Oranges and several smaller jj i villages contiguous to Newark would give the metropolis of New Jersey more than half a million Bayonne Ilohoken West Ilobokcu and several I other towns are really a continuation it of Jersey City If these were added the total population would run a close second to the greater Newark State Lilies Retard Totals I All the expansions mentioned could be readily made since the cities to be consolidated are in the same states There are a number offeases however where state lines Intervene Notable among these are Kansas City Mo and Kansas City Kan Omaha Neb and Council Bluffs In furnish an other case In point and so do St Louis Mo and East St Louis III Ten there are Cincinnati 0 and Covington Ky also Philadelphia Pa nod Camden N 7 Chicago would also gain enormously by minding contiguous Indiana territory The most conspicuous case of the sort however Is that of New York and the cluster of cities and villages in northern New Jersey For twenty or thirty miles or even more men commute dally from New Jersey Into New York In business Interests and In all other ways except that of resl dence they are as much New Yorkers as those living on Manhattan Island All north Jersey Is practically becom ing one solid city made up for the most part of commuters The tunnels under the Hudson river are rapidly adding to this class It Is a conservative claim that thorp are at least 1000000 of these Jcrseyltca who really belong to the great city end some estimates have put the number considerably higherWithin the fifteen mile radius of Now York are to hqj found ten New Jersey clt lea cf moro thou 25000 In habitants each Jersey City Newark Paterson Bayonne East Orange Ellz nbeth Ilohoken Orange Passaic and West nobokcn having a combined pop ulatlon of 1001303 Within the same radius pro a vast number of smaller cities and villages such as the other Oranges tho Montclairs Hackensnck Blooinflcld Plnlnflold Englowood Uutherford Arlington Nutley and many more with a population that would swell this total to probably 000000 Of course nil these are not Now York commuters but the vast majority are Gothams Radius Large Besides Yonkcrs Mount Vernon New Itochcllc and other cities In Now York state are really a part pf New Continued on Page 3 r- i c I fli i u Atir It is Just What You Want The Ideal Laundering Machine The Washer that Washes A Splendid Christmas Gift Tho Ideal is warranted to be the most perfect und practi cal Hand VTiishntg Machine et inventedi Warranted to I andI lJ other of Washing Machine We warrant every part and1 1portion of tho machine as to workmanship and material used and to make good all defects should tiny develop but not against results of excessive wear and tear accident or neglect of instruction For sale by CARL DARBO Irvington Ky lliilraod fares front all points of Brcokon ridge County refunded with the LaunderingMachine I tttttttaeta r 4T tJ JACKSFOR SALE I I ofTvoIshapely heads and ears These Jacks are in fine condition and ready to show We are going to disposeof thenyind they will be sold at bargains 11o trust they will find homes in our county If you are interested dont write but come and see us Respectfully J ReOe ROBERTSON SONS 1 1GLEN DEAN KY rlM arr M tsel lnNA d HE ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg Kentucky OFFICE OVER KINCHELOES PHARMACY USE CARBONATE OF LIMET- o make live soil Oolitic lime stone bone dry ground line ns Hour Itis immediately effective and cheap KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LIME CO Kosmosdale Ky 1 i RURAL TELEPHONESI R Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the ft x TelegraphCompany niors Lino rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Cdnoorporated 1 ttkLr 9r r 13r3 T r3r Th9r Yr3a Da3a ir 6al1 d1t THE FEED THAT FATTENS High COTTON SEED UEilland Cotton Seed Hulls Write me Grade rrices before buying WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 Jl J7 = LAND LAND LAND T 1nIsl MUlotDroomcornIn the Panhandle of Texas you can get three or four crops or Alfalfa enlll year which will average a tea to 1 cyclonesno I1 Guarantee 11 1000 Profits the First year I- To anyone who buys a section of this land 040 acres I will guarantee them MM pl1ymentlnfuU i asforfeitoneliltsection I JeC CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky I 0u A JV 5 cj yn Orr- R 1- 1frl CENSUS REPOPT t JCntiuurd fi nit page 2 THE UNITED STATES TOTAL POPULATION COMPARATIVE SUM MARY FOR 1910 1900 AND 1890 k Increase 1000 to 1010 j PcrStntcscent The United States 03102151 t772J30030 02070700 10145521 200 1 Continental United Slntes01072200 75001575 02047714 15077001 212 10tDArJzona200CaliforniaColorado 7 700024 530700 413240 250324 480 227DelawareDistrict of Columbia 331000 278718 230302 52351 188 Florida 752010 528042 301422 224077 424 Georgia 2000121 210331 837353 302700 177 lOJ3nUnolsIndiana 2700870 251J4C2 2102404 184414 73 J03KansasKentucky 2280005 2147174 1858035 142731 00 Louisiana 1050388 1381025 1118588 274703 100 Maine 742371 004400 001080 47005 GJ Maryland 1205340 1188044 1042300 107302 00 Massachusetts 3800410 2803340 2288047 501070 200 Michigan 2810173 2420082 2003800 880101 161 Innesota 2075708 1751304 1310283 824314 15Mississippi 1707114 1551270 1280000 245844 158 Missouri 8203385 8100005 2070185 180070 60 Montana 870053 243820 142924 132724 545 Nebraska 1102214 1000300 1002050 125014 118 Nevada 81875 42335 47380540 034 New Hampshire 430572 411588 870530 18084 40 New Jersey 2537107 1883000 1444033 053408 347 New Mexico 327301 105810 100282 131001 075 New York 0113011 7208804 0003174 1844720 254 North Carolina 2200287 1803810 1017040 812447 165y North Dakota 00 577050 810140 100083 257010 800 N71OklabQmaPennsylvania 7005111 0302115 5258113 1802000 210 Rhode Island 512010 428550 845500 114054 200 South Carolina 1515400 1340310 1151140 175084 131 South Dakota 583888 401570 348000 182318 454 Tennessee 2184780 2020010 1707518 104173 81 Texas 3800543 3048710 2235527 817832 2L8 Utah 3733rl 270740 210770 00002 340 Vermont 855050 3J3G41 132422 12815 80 I Virginia 2001012 1854184 1055080 207428 llfWashington 1141000 518103 357232 023887 1204 West Virginia t A 1221110 058800 702704 202310 274 Wisconsin 2333800 2000042 1003330 204818 127 Wyoming 145005 02531 02555 53434 577 Alaska 04350 03502 32052 704 12 Hawaii 101000 154001 87008 240 Military and naval 55008 01210 Pprto Rico 1118012 53243 + The figures for 1800 given In the preliminary state announcements did not include the Indians specially enumerated tlncludes 053243 persons In Porto Rico lsmf census Decrease According to the census of Porto Rico taken In 1809 under the direction of the war department York city althougn not In the cor prate limits A large number of com maters also go Into Connecticut If all of these were added to the metrop oils its total population would proba bly exceed 0000000 The states likewise show gains New York Pennsylvania Illinois and Ohio retain their relative rank as first sec ond third and fourth respectively 1 but there is a shift in fifth place and in most of the others Texas goes to fifth place Massachusetts to six and Mis sourl becomes seventh The state of Washington shows the greatest growth In the decade with Oklahoma a close second Both have morn than doubled their populations Nevada has also shown a great growth although she remains at the foot of the list despite her gain Others that show phenome nal growth are New Mexico Califor nia Colorado Florida Oregon tho two Dakotas and Washington The nv erage increase tlie country over Is ap proximately 20 per cent A compari son shows that the great Industrial states are well over this figure while the agricultural utates usually fall behind The most phenomenal growth In the entire nation outside of one or two of the recently admitted commonwealths Is on the Pacific coast The south averages well und hits kept abreast of the entire country 1he states with out Industries other than farming are the ones that suffer most Yet a close analysis shows that the loss here has not been so Witch in the rural districts themselves as In the small villages and towns Padding Causes Recounts Several western cities were accused of paddtugaad recounts were ordered The most conspicuous cases were those of Seattle Tacoma and one other city In Washington Portland Ore Fort m SHORTHORNS MULES POLAND CHINAS We have for immediate sale 3 Shorthorn and 1 Polled Durham hun 12 bred JIlts 165 to 240 lbs 2500 to 35 00 A fine lot of broke mules reaily for service amid 10 choice Collie pups W R Moorman Son Glendeane Ky POPULATION OF FIFTY LARGEST CITIES IN UNITED STATES n C iro IPOO urn 1 New York 47S3S3 313 i2 5 2 ChlcRIOIJr II tS 1 1CiIi3 Philadelphia l fOJ3 U l 4131 Louis ac7OO t7t S t I I 5 Boston I I tvJL2 U 6 C Cleveland rAI w3 i18 4tJ 7 ItolUmoro Li 00387 97 8 PitUbur f3tn 4S1tJ If 9 Detroit 41u7JJ 285731 cio 10 iiuirio 42315 w238i 2o- II San Francisco IJt1 US2 210 12 Milwaukee 3 d87 281311 310 13 Cincinnati 81463 3GOO lU1 14 Newark lIi 4m UOiO 412 16 New Orleans 3306 S71tJ 181 1C Washington tl1OO9 i8i18 188 17 LOs Angeles 319108 1024i9 m318 Minneapolis 301409 202n8 481 19 Jersey City 2G7779 OG133 297 20 Kansas City 248381 1G3if2 t17 21 Seattle 2li194 SOl 1940 22 Indlnnnpolls 23550 lCO1al 381 23 Providence 224326 176507 278 24 Louisville 23928 201i31 91 2L Rochester 218149 lC2GOS 342 20 St Paul 2117H 1G303 317 27 Denver 213381 133Si C94 28 Portland Ore X17214 90426 1l92 29 Columbus 181548 115560 41C 30 Toledo lC8497 131822 276 31 Atlanta 16tS39 S98i2 7332 Oakland Cal 130li4 CGro m3 33 Worcester 14GI48 118121 233 34 Syracuse 137249 108374 266 35 Now leaven 133605 JOB027 23i 30 Birmingham 132GS5 38416 2454 37 Memphis 131105 102330 241 38 Scranton 129867 10202G 73 39 Richmond 127G28 8500 to1 40 Paterson 125GOO 105171 194 41 Omaha 124096 102tt5 21p 42 Fall River 119296 1OJV3 134 43 Dayton 116671 85i3 3GG 41 Grand Rapids 1126n 8705 28G 45 Nashville 110364 80tu 3G6 46 Lowell 106294 9U9 119 47 Cambridge IMS30 91f J 141 48 Spokane 104402 G7tt4 1833 49 Bridgeport 102054 7003 437 60 Albany 100253 9411 65 Smith Ark and sonic others were nlso Involved Reductions were mad by the recounts and a few enumer ators were arrested The reverse proc ess occurred In Atlantic City N J There the mayor complained that the showing was too small and a recount showed a slight Increase Taking the country as a whole WI are a rather largo proposition Om prophet looks ahead 2J50 years ant says we shall then have onehalf th people on the globe a trifle under 2000000000 to be prophetically exact evidently a ease of census figures 01 the brain But without boasting wr are a mighty people not only when counted by the head but when mercy tired by other standards for example the power to do things As for tlu future wo still have plenty of room and who can set the bounds on tin coming years M RANK OF STATES 1 Now York 25 Arkansas 2 Pennsylvania 28 South Carolina 3 Illinois 27 Maryland 4 Ohio 28 West Virginia 5 Texas W Nebraska 6 Massachusetts S3 Washington 7 Missouri 31 Connectlcrt 8 Michigan 32 Colorado 9 Indiana 33 Florida 10 Georgia 34 Maine 11 New Jersey 35 Oregon 12 California 38 South Dakota 13 Wisconsin 37 North Dakota 14 Kentucky 28 Rhodd Island 15 Iowa 39 New Hampshire 1C North Carolina 40 Montana 17 Tonnessio 41 Utah IS Alabama 4 Vermont 19 MJnnccota 43 Now Mexico 20 VlrKlnlu 44 Idaho I MIIpII1lppl f Arizona 2 Iarsas 41 Delaware 3 Oklahoma 47 Wyoming MI Louisiana W Nevada ff the territories were Included Porto Vro vorld rank 31 the District of Co JtJln 41 Hawaii rot and Alaska 52 the rtntey belw those numbers moving down weonllng GROWTH IN 123 YEAR3 The first census of the United SJatca was tcrn in 1730 There woro at that Urns seventeen I stctss The totalI population tho nation wei 392214- Commissioners ofII Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky R AShellmans Admrx PlaltlflT I gnuity ltnlnstNOwen Itobbins Ilofnnaiint By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridga Circuit Court rendered at October Terra thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of 1iWt tIfIJtItN4 VTtVt I A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You t You cnn findno safer nol better investment than a certificate of deposit in t- hoBANK I m CLOVERPORT 1 yourbillsthanI paymenttI IYoI fIt Y IVI MITIVr MMUII W y 1tW SIXTYSEVEN Dollars 6700 with interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 7th day of December 1001 until paid and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 26th day of December 1910 at one oclock p m or there about being County Court day upon a credit of three months the following described property towit One Hell man 16 Horse power Engine and saw rig of the same manufacture The purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear- Ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Approximated debt interest and cost 1152 LEE WALLS Commissioner What A Famous Editor Says The editor ol the TaylorTrot wood Magazine wrote to one of his frien s these words You ask me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a safe it vet meat I have it for you I never knew until now what a goo l opportunfty fm a money inuking investment this magazine afforded You ark me to kt you in on the ground floor uud I am doinjr soThis same opportunity is given all who desire to heR stockholder anda Life Subscriber to the TaylorTrotw Magazine One satire of stock pe value 1000 and n perpetual subieriu tion to the uingtiziiie both fo 10 Let us have your order iijiv Tim opportunity h limited Write Taylo Trotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenn I Cant look well eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body Keep your ftloo t pure with Burdock Blood Bitten Eat simply I kJxer else keep clean and you Mill have long life Well Supplied An Inveterate wit and punster asked the captain of n craft loaded with boards how he managed to get dinner on the passage Why replied the skipper we always cook aboard Cook a board do olli rejoined tthe wag Then I see you have been welt provided with provisions this trip tit- all eleulv Lunduuiit i31t- 5Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky AJ KoyesAdn r etui Plaintiff K iulty Against No A J ICeyejf Holes utal Defendant 1 32u By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at October Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sale of the hereinaft r described real Estate and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door In Hardins burg to the 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 t r rTHE Fifth Avenue y HOTEL jf Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr district city- Everything LZS J SNoticeI STO TAX PAYERS IAIM c The State has forced me to settle Ifor taxes the County going to force me to settle for them All parties owing me taxes for this year jjand do not pay them by Feb 1m1911 their property will be adver f tised in the county papers and sold I at the Court House door c E All persons who have dog and wtlllWlJj your dog If you want to save full j penalty and extra cost please pay I by Feb 1 1911 E IYours respectfully I E gi1Dennie ShE1 Sheriff of Breckenridge County f I described property to wit Two cer tain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Hreckinridge and State of Kentucky and bounded and described as follows Tract J 1 Y 1 Send Today for Price= List of Something I That Most Every Man Wants at S 4r i2L + t Some Time or Another PII 1flI 1i of 1 t I FR IL CO 715 Main St l J i 4 I Evansville Indil f i4i+ i 1 t f L p M I I l I 4 tc- JI 4 f iZ d + r Al i III err The most centrally located and fmaklnltf Only one block from the princi pal shopping two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass tho door to all 1 parts of the neat and clean E as is m a l First c beginning at two jack oaks corner to Margarett McGlottilan thence S 30 E 112 poles to a red oak and dogwood thence S 55 W 110 poles to a hickorv anti stone marked H thence N 30 W 55 poles to a black gum and hickory corner to Henrv HardinV thence N 55 E 46 poles to a white oak thence N 30 W 5j poles to a red oak elm and gum thence S 55 W 29 poles to two gtyns thence N 35 W 62 poles to the Stephensport and Clifton road near Hardins fence thence N 7U 1E 217 poles to a black oak thence S 55W 110 poles to the beginning containing 10ii ijacres more or less Second Tract Beginning at two black jacks corner to Snml Aiikissons 500 acre survey and Petor Claycomb running with Henry IlnnHns and Kichard Bibbs line N 55 15 122 poles to three oaks on the side of a hill in Bibbs line thence S 32 E 50 poles to uplum tree and n forked iloRwnod sapling thence S 24y W 114 poles to n red oak sapling standing in a sassafras thicket in another line of Samuel Ad kissons 500 acre survey thence with his line N 30 TIF 128 poles to the be ginning containing 07Jj acres more or lessThere is excepted out of the above boundaries right deed to L II R St L Ry Co Deed Hook 45 pagq 442 K 414 and same sold to C C Younger deed book 53 180 U acre sold Sarah Johnson deed Book 54165 j4 acre sold Mack Cashman deed book 58009 and 1 aero sold to Fred Claycomb deed book 9j71 Tho purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must executo bond bearing legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judg meat Lein retailed to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms LEI5 WALL Commissioner 1 ji KM K r7 y r w wft wiWf i M VA i 4- Ci vw a TilE BRECKENRIDGEI NEWSJ- NO D BAnDAGE SUNS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday o EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 14 1910 Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per linonnd5 cents for each ad ditional insertion CARDS OF1TUANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advanceExamine the lahoion your paper D If it is not correct please notify us STORIES WKITTEM While The Press Thunders BY LOUISE t IN HER SECOND CHILDHOOD Cloverport is not a difficult city to learn and yet there are people who have been living here for the last ten ortwenty years who have never found the News office to see the paper printed and cant find the butcher shop That sounds exaggerated It is not There is Mrs Severs for instance Mrs D II whose visits down town are so sel dom that the other morning she had a hard time finding a certain store The first building she went in the owner greeted her something young lady Anything that grates on a womans nerves iU to be addressed as lady Imagine Mrs Severs indignation at be ing pertly called young lady when she is the proud grandmother of Hugh Barrett She stepped in another door but it was not the place As she closed the door some one ejaculated Oh you kid She darted in another door but quickly stepped away and as she turn ed her back a little rascal yelled out Poolroom no place for a growing child 000 Style am the ruination of the worldsaid a man once when he was making a purchase at Noltesstore There is a bit of truth about that Honestly we have learned from a per fence that being out of style is the ruination of happiness sometimes Have you ever gone to the city all dressed up in tho best clothes you have thinking you look right nice Then when you get there feel worse than any old rube you ever saw Ifso you can understand how one of our friends must have felt when she went to the city in her new hobble skirt last week and as soon as she stepped in the house her city cousin remarked staring at her new dress Well I am thankful plaited skirts have come back The country girl gave a sigh then opened her suitcase to display her pretty new waists My dear said her cltycousln picking up one of the beautifully hand embroidered with butterflies on the cuffs short sleeves are all the rage again And that did not end the shirt waist question for as she was pinning down the front of her waist so neatly and the city cousin gave it a jirk Dont do that you must let your waist blouse in front now Short sleeves bloused waists plaited skirts Oh my I try so hard to keep up with the styles and I am al ways behind was the sad conclusion of the country girl 000 The world always loves a lover matters not what you love a printing press or a steam engino 000 A young girl who deserves honorable mention and a deal of credit is Miss Lottie Matheny who has completed a business course in an Owensboro Institution and has secured a nice position in that city Reports come that she is quite efficient bright and quicK about her work We lire truly glad to learn that she is making good While she was attending school the Hender son Route furnished her transportation to go and return from Owensboro every day This is one of the many instances of the accomodation of the railroad company and also an example ofIt young woman seizing the chance to take advantage of her opportunities We hope Miss Matheny will always re ceive the words of encouragement that the world iis so kind to give and that all her ambitions will be realized aloe is the daughter of Mr Milt Matheny who has served the Henderson Route faithfully for a number of years and now President Irwin is rewarding his daughter For the Best results try News Want Ads i1 Si v i r 5i S 511 TaxpayersI I I t 5t 1 I Notice To Those Who Have INot Paid 1910 Taxes f penaltyIreo I a III and you can stop in and pay any I IIIIIIIII t IIr i I SIIII 4L DIAZS RURALES FORMER BANDITS Now Constitute Flower of Mex ican Republics Army LIKE MELODRAMA COWBOYS Costume IIs Distinctive and Pictur esque Present Hend of Azteo Land Recruited His Constabulary From Among Freebooters Who Had Hat asscd Travelers and Laughed at Law In Mexico the rurnlcs have long been the terror of malcontents and ono of tho lplllnrs of Dlazs power and their strength was felt during the re cent uprising Tie rurulesl When this warning Is given and In the majority of cases it Is a perfectly false alarm all per sons engaged In Illegal nets such ns knifing each other burning haystacks 01 discussing ways of overthrowing tho present regime sober up and flee noiselessly Witnesses to the affray remember some pressing business de- mandIng their presence a toile or so awayShould tho rough looking riders in their immense sombreros swoop down on tho crowd before everything had agaIn become peaceful serious conse quences might follow The ringleader responsible for the disturbance might be soon singled out and led away At n little distance from tho village tho rtiralos might very negligently give him an occasion to escape While tak ing to his heels he would hear a shot and fall face downward his back broken A hole two feet deep a little mound of sandy earth two pieces of board nailed crosswise and the chief of the detachment would report that a disorderly man was killed in accord puce to tho Icy fuga the fugitive law Freebooters Formerly Ruled Riots rind uprisings In nil parts of Mexico made till country during tho last yours of President Juarezs life a storm center ns insecure for tho traveler as some unfrequented this tricts of Albania Hands of highway men plundered villages raided large towns and mounted on swift horses carried off the spoil to their mountain haunts Troops sent against them made little progress for In Mexico as elsewhere the bandit soon assumes n legendary semlhurolc character nod the villages prefer to court his favor rather than invite his vengeance The army Itself was made up at that time of unorganized independent un reliable guerrilla bands almost as than gerous for the population as the out laws themselves After President Juarez breathed his last in 1872 his successor Dluz de cided to restore tho prestige of Mexico in the eyes of foreign nations by doing away entirely with all tho freebooters Calling the veterans of his campaign together he intrusted them with the tusk They were to trail the bandits sys tematically to their mountain fast nesses taking no prisoners giving no quarter After several months thou sands of crosses dotted the laud marking the spots where Justice had been dealt summarily to captured brigands In the northern hills a town lead to be besieged for a group of fourteen free booters hull taken possession of It armed and pressed the citizens into their service After a terrible slaugh ter It became necessary to erect crosses over an area of a square mile beyond the walls The town lost its name which was for shame replaced by Ca torte In Spanish fourteen in memory of the fourteen highwaymen Diaz Solves Problem Thou It was that Diaz conceived an excellent Idea of utilizing the daring and energy of those predatory bands and at the saute time putting an end to that heartrending civil war lIe offered a truco and Invited after giving hostages souse of tho guerrilla chiefs to confer with him They returned to the mountains bear hug the message that the republic would respect their haunts leave them their arms nUll horses and pay them a regular salary If they consented to make their peace An occupation would be found for them which would not Interfere with their free adventur ous life They were to police the mountain regions and act as emergency troops when quick and energetic action was required The half starved bands weary of the struggle made their sub mission Up to the present day they have constituted tho rurnles tho crack regiment of the Mexican army Like the Russian Cossacks they have retained their picturesque cos tume While the rest of tho Mexican army is uniformed after the fashion of tho French troops tho rurnles wear clothes which greatly resemble the at tiro of melodrama cowboys Immense Spanish or Moorish saddles from which hang all kinds of arms or camping Implements leather incased stir nips Mexican trousers slit on the side and showing bright lined cabzon cilles a nondescript coat of gray a straw hat ono foot and a half high with a rolled up brim of Merry Wid ow size Some 3600 of them aro now roving over the lonely sections of Mexico and although their long cavalry sabers heavy pistols and carbines never allow the traveler to forget that once tber calling was of a rather strenuous chat actor their presence Is always n Front comfort k For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph made for Christmas Beautifuland Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Will be In Irvington Ky De cember I 2 and 3 2 STATISTICS OF CHIEF CROPS IN AGRICULTURAL RE f PORT I tThe following aro estimates of crop production and values for 1910 a- in the report of tho secretary of 4i agriculture GUnited000000 the largest record mado and an Increase over 1909 of 305000000 n Corn la king with II production ot f3121381000 bushels value 1600000 000 4 Cotton crop 000000000 Hay beats wheat with 00116000 tons value 720000000 x Wheat crop C317G7000 bushels V value JK5000000 fOats 1090308000 bushels value 4 380000000 Beet sugar 512000 short tonstt value 51000000 J Cane sugar 347000 short tons 28000000 3 r 13S133000 crop 05000000 bushels value IIvalue 320SSOOO bushels value 23 r a 1000000000 pounds value 4 16000000 W Vyv1J t 1v r NINETYSIX CIT1Z3 ADOPT COMMISSION GOyRNI i Twentytlre Slrfi Ar rrIn Rap d1 Cavn lii AtUlUloii I IIIC hI1 iMi n t that In ninrtvo illI4 J 1uj through twuttire1 s t s n f Union lthe ommlsxini form f i r ernmrnt IIs In vu uc The clips1 m ns follows Iowa HutHuston Cfdar Ran IP Molncn Fort Dodje KeokuU Muinn1 tows Slons City- ToxasAnthony Austin IJeiutnont ir pus Christi Dallas Denlson Kl Papi Houston Kennedy Lyford Mariall Marblo Falls Palestine Port Lavncn Sherman Sao Antonio Waco Fort Worth Galvcston Greenville West Virginia Bluelleld Huntington Alabama Birmingham South Carolina Columbia North CarolinaCharlotte- ColoradoColorado Springs Grand Junc tlonWIHconHlnEdu Claire LouisianaShreveportIansasAbilene Cherry vllle Caldwell Einporla GIrard Marlon Nowton Xcodcsha Parsons Plttsburpr Topeka Wichita Wellington Independ ence lola Kansas City Leavenworth Hutclilnson Idaho Boise Lewlston South Dakota Dell Rapids Huron Pierre Knpld City Sioux Falls Vermll lOll Yankton Now Mexico RoswelL Washington Tacoma modified Massachusetts Gloucester Haverhill Lynn Taunton Chelsea Oklahoma Ardmore Bartlesvllle Dun can Enid Miami McAlester Muskogee Sapulpa Tulsa Wagne North DakotaBismarck Mandan Ml notTennesseeBristol Clarkesvllle Eto wah Memphis Richmond City Mississippi Hnttlcsburfr Minnesota Mnnkato California Berkeley Modesto River sideMichiganPort Huron MissouriSt Joseph The list shows thnt tho movement toward administering municipal affairs by a nonpartisan board of five men elected for a brief term and subject in some of the cities to the initiative referendum and recall has acquired momentum Flat Roads Versus Convex Flat roads as opposed to those o convex section are recommended li the London board of trade tratllf rf tort as tending to minimize the splurfli hug of pnvinnint with mud Rt IZII THE BOTTOM IS OUT 1 15cII Steak from 12 12 to 2cffRoast from 10 to 12 I = Pork from 13 to 16cII To the tobacco men make my place I ters P and E1all1 iIJ SCOTTl t t t rfi rt oI 1 c- r f i f Mail orders promptly and carefully filledAwith the hest values in stock and on mail oider pucuares of 5 or more we pay for warding clinics topojnts within 200 miles 1 Louisvilles Greatest SBWBMMSf fi Department SIorejjW- omens r Handkerchiefs 15e 6 8Sc FOR White Linen Hemstitched embroidered comer and initial 6 pretty patterns embroidered cor ner or narrow lace edge colored hem in pink blue green and lavender heUlslitchul and embroidered White Swiss Embroidered in white or black hemstitched or scalloped For25C White Linen Embroidered and lace trimruea corner and narrow lace edge hemstitched embroi dered bow knots flower and initial hemstitch black border and hem or black embroidered hemstitched one corner embroidered in many pretty designs one corner embroi dered iu butterfly and lilies of the valley one corner embroidered in carnations or dainty vine or lace edge center with lace insertion edgeWhite Swiss Scalloped or hemotitched embroidered in black or white White MuMWifi Madeira em broidered corner and scallop I Lace JabotsAll new dainty Slocks While net stocks Per JabotsNet or chiffon lace trimmed all new in J Jabots Handniarle Irish Cro cheted Jabots excellent values i Coat lace coat collars pretty lacy effects one in a box splr ml d values On sale New Put In I J Suspender Arm Band and Garter SetIn an end Kfs variety of Priced 1 Combination BathRobe Ttowel and thru pieces made ol fine Terry cloth to match This makes a vey Chiisttnas present as the sets are put up in beautiful gilded and par titioned boxes We show thirty different ftyles in two grades 000 u ml in Boxes styles at prices ranging I I 100 275 French open olds in String Ties Fine black Barn then silks front 16 inches ll colors I 6 For 50e 275 White Linen with hand emhroidered elaborate embroidered corner lace corner Iud edge Grecian i corner Madeira embroidered corner in endless riety Center Irish pointy with lace edge hemstitched with vine embroidered in black 75C to White embroid ered scalloped and hordertd75c Madeira embroidered vine arid Kscallop 100 white shamrock with manv designs of 100 with one French hand embroidered corner t100 with French handembroideredBcallop and vine 100 with French hand embroidered fleurdelis tlfiO linen center with Irish point lace edge 175 and 2fhemstitched with very elaborate embroidery and up linen ceut r with real Duchesse lace edge front 325 to 8750 II Womens NeckweaII Qpin25eboxconceptions CflnEnch 00cCollarsVenice 15Cand Lace Sets Collar aid Stocks Fancy Chiffon Stocks fin1 UU and Mull Scarfs in solid colors also white with Persian borders all 2 yards long l 100 Scarfs Ombre Scarfs in all colqrs 2 ynrdslong ninikeil espe Scarf s Egyptian Spangle Scarfs for evening wear an ac cept ble gift choice of three good values at eacb475 C j 001550 and 4W Present Ideas InI Mens Up Fancy Boxes Combination pnUeins 50C69cSlipper SetAll handsome about 450 IBoys Suspenders down25C levrrible 10MI Hemstitched Armenian orderbutterfiy shamrock 750 LinenDainty embroidery shamrock cuffp1 ScarfsSilk Chrjstmas Sets Hens Combination Sets One fouriuhaud tie one pair mercer ized silk socks and one hemstitch ed silk handkerchief match These come in navy tan purple and hello and the prices range 1 Gift fancy Ohiisimm boxes These in lure such famous makes as the Pioneer the President the Crown and the Bulldog Prices range from the allnilk ones at 300 150 12s and 100 down to e Garters and Arm Bands In BoxesSilk garters and bands at I Manchester Shirts The greatest 100 fhirt on earth every ore hand lawn dered all coat styles with plaited or negligee bosoms buttons and the new square cuffs Fit or money back Manchester SKIRTS For or 4 to A iii vine va 250 f to Coat styles in white plaits from 3 to 20 plaits in bosom also hunt dress of fancy stripes and figures = while laundered 40plait shirt sold in many places at 200 SpeciallyI priced here 100 rCravatsII 1 FourInHands 2keere 25ClongTiesTaneyblack25- Cuirrija 50Cset 1allvalueEachp 00seIllllg Combination 00liSSuspendersIn Suspenders 3969C 25eand niothercfpeail guaranteed patternsAelr III Mens 25c Band or Shield Tecks Black and of v25c 0 Bandor Shield Bows Black solid colors and25efancy silks- BatWing TIcsIn black and fancy solid ORli colors t Plymouth RocksQ t v I am now offering for immediate delivery 15 very choice Barred 171yinouthyj Rock cockerels They are choicely bred andlarge Price flOQ each = IOc y Mrs WR Moorman Glendeane Ky i We Print Everything from a Newspaper to a Bible II r I 4 Al3- a say A 10 dr r f wt 4 y5- n tr IflI THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORHCf ADVERTISING BY THE I i I Ek1Ji fy GENERAL OFFICES I NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Kvt t RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CiTIES 1 1- t She Breckenridge News JI v WEDNESDAY DEC 141910- I tAStilltl l tAi11A71SIStSl litStiA It ASIN71i1 o- 11 S Local Laconics t oto Re d tax notico in this issue Miss Jennie Warfield has returned tc Louisville t It WantedElm and Oak hub tirhber al- j T F Sawyers Call at Sipples Shoe Store for win ter holsery and shoes i The Baptist church at Stephenspon t C has called Rev Shepprcl Misses Irene and Anne Jarboe went to MondayII aIi the English Kitchen J K Martin of Owensboro was the I SundayII fL For SaleTwo second hand heating L Ir tstovesT F Sawyer Mrs Wm Hofilous and Mrs Clyd Morrison were in Oweusbpro Monday I Ii Y Buy Sippels Shoes and help some young lady get a Piano Stop at the Carleton House when yot 1 go to Hawesville fNew Orleans Molasses new cropver I cheap at T F Sawyers Mrs Sallie Ellis of Owensboro has come to spent the winter with Mrs I Chas Pate Special low price on candies will toe j made to Sunday schools and school for Xmas at Sawyers I Moorman Ditto of Hardlnsburg was I aIt Tjbinsport Sunday I Richard Skillman returned to West I Point Monday after a visit here wit his son Wallace Skillman IWnntedCountry sausage and rab bits at T F Sawyers i Mr and Mrs Haygood and son off Maceo spent Saturday and Sunda Y with Mr and Mrs Louis HenkleI i Freshoysters and celery best in tow n at the English Kitchen Phone 112 R for trunks transferred Pierce Alf Taylor of Custer wept to Louis vllle Monday James OBryant has returned home from Louisville G R Cos of Mystic was in Union Star last week John Williams has returned to Mount Vernon Ind after a visit at Mystic Telephone your Christmas items to the News officewhether you take the News or not Mrs John A Barry has returned home from a pleasant visit to relatives in GreenfieldA daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs George Kae lin of Big SpringII I t P II Laslib and son Samuel F I and Mr and Mrs W P Laslie spent J Sunday with J A Norton and family tPhone 32 R for all kinds of hauling PierceClarence Logsdon of Louisville is visiting his brother Ben Logsdon and SpringtFireworks fruits and candles at low est prices English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Carl Lishen and daugh ter Marion Wallace Mrs Thos Tousey and Mrs Nathaniel Tucker went to Louisville Monday A new line of winter shoes for ladies and children at Sipples Shoe Store- S E Wilson has returned from l Owensboro where he attended an ela borate dining given by several well known insurance men YMr and Mrs B H Johnson are ex pected here Sunday to spend Christmas I with his sister Mrs W P Laslie and other relatives They will visit at Buras also IMiss Emma Hill of Henderson has i been the guest of her sister Miss Vir ginia Hill She is a trained nurse and I has succeeded well in her vocation To hear her talk of her work is interest ing Mrs Vernon Conner was taken to St Marys Hospital In Louisville Sun day Her infant daughter and other two children were taken to her mother Mrs Joe Mattingly of Owensboro Mrs Conners illness has caused gener al regret and much anxiety Subscribe I PRIMITIVE PHYSIC John Wesley as a Physician and Some of His Remedie- sIt Is not generally known that John Wesley In one of his brief Intervals of leisure published a sort of medical vndo uiccuui called uot Inappropriately Primitive Physic It was first pub lished In 1747 mul It run Into at least twentyfour editions The author was greatly surprised there was so swift and large n demand for It In the later editions he was able to add tho word Tried to certain remedies tho rlrtues of which he hind meanwhile found opportunities of testing After five yours careful trial and notwithstanding the objections of tho learned he recommends for the ague to go Into the cold bath just before the cold Qt but omits to tiny how to time tho coming of the lit To prevent apoplexy use the cold bath and drink only wa ter If this proves useless and a fit should declare Itself you have only to put a handful of salt with n pint of cold water and If possible pour It down the throat of the patient To cure asthma take a plat of cold wn ter every morning washing tho head therein Immediately after Wesley gives four ways of curing old nge take tar water morning and evening or a decoction of nettles or Ill elec trified dally or chew cinnamon dally and swallow your saliva The two great panaceas In the Wesleyan doctrine are the use of cold water and the use of electricity and at theAnd of the book are columns of every sort of disease hlch may be overcome by these simple expedlentsSt lames Gazette Chronic Dyspepsia The new sour milk treatment Is of ten wonderfully successful with people who have suffered for years from weak digestions It was Metchnlkoff the great chem 1st and physiologist who first advo Gated sour milk diet as an elixir ot youth and health But It should bo taken only under supervision of n doctor as so much depends on the Individual One person for Instance may begin at once to Improve with n certain quantity taken dally while another finds that it does not agree till the dose Is per laps altered to less or more Although ordinary sour milk when It can be obtained fresh and pure will answer admirably It Is not quite safe to let town uillk stand long enough to become sour So tabloids and powders containing the lactic acid bacilli or sour mill germs are now sold with directions ns to how to use them In order to pro cure tho sour milk safely and expo dltlousiy i l 6 Attention To Christmas BuyersiI I i r j 4I l I For quality design and beauty the three important points to consider in your Christmas shopping The I fourth point is the proper place to obtain them A visit to the store of T C Lewis the Jeweler gold and I proofIcyoudo not need to look further All the latest de signs of best qualityI 6I f Rings Bracelets Lockets Charms Brooches Scarf Pins Set Pins Link Buttons Collar r Buttons in fact Everything a First Class Jewelry House can carry r r Dontforget that everything is as represented Take = no risk We know our goods and our 30 years in f making the precious metals in your own midst is your knowing us Allpurchases of us are engraved without cost also we carry a line of + I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and findings for sewing machines Come see our lines and be convinced that ours is no cheap stuff but tVthebest at cheap cost considering quality I Ir E2T c LEWIVSf HardinsbUrg Ky i m b tip 1- r 4t7 4 1 7 M 4r AJj1 r y1 5I yeyry f l + + I Mm Wits j + P for Sale HouseHold Goods Fun SAIJlIoU4ohold goods Must soil wUr HulTurty Wanted VlANTKD All persons owing we please cull at my oflluu this wetktJr HalTerly For Sale or Trade FOIt mitesfromformerlyuwued1 OrovoII2For Salelarge Red Jersey Boar pOH 94LEA largo red Jersey hour Rood IurmnranFarmFor Sale FOItSALE200 acres of land 100 acrrs In burnltodveruort on tIlt pike For further particulars OloverportICentuckyI For SaleScholarship 1 nowllntOrlonNawsCluverportICy I I The Biggest showing we have ever made in XMAS JEWELRY Severs Drug Co J YOUNG WOOERS IN DANGER Kansas City Organizes a Parental Surveillance Association Save our daughters Is tho motto of an organization that has been se cretly formed In Kansas City Its offi cial title Is fife Parental Surveillance Association of North America and Its object Is to suppress young men who call upon girls keep the gas burning until all hours and never say n word to anybody about marrying- A handsome bachelor of the Missouri l0Ithe motto mid the title of the nssocli ion are embossed It Is also ninrko Form No 1 It reads Dear Sir We wish to have a word v IrItcntloiiH toward hor arc serious we hI vopen In doubt for some time You hiv told her that you love hor but do mean It Young man you have alremb frequented his homo and monopolised tin company of his daughter sufficiently Ion i to make a declaration of your Intentions If you mean business say so If you ore I not serious then graze on some other pas turo Ills daughters welfare must bo protected Yours truly PARENTAL SURVEILLANCE ASSOCI I ATION OF NORTH AMERICA II CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought il I IBears the of I IFrom His Pas Side She doesnt know where the baby gets his bud temper Thats strange Most young ninth ers eau place that sort of responslbll ity In a jiffyLnuisvlie Courier I Journal Another Definition Little Wllllf Siy pu whnt Is n co t queUe PuA croquette my son Is a girl who wets more admiration than proposals Exchange Anger iMvlas In folly and ends In repentance Pythajjoras Louisville Harket Report Louisville Dec 13 1010 Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 1 94cCornNo2 white old 55 new I8y OatsNo2 mixed new 84 i Eggs Market steady case count x01 candled 3132- PoultryHens 94per lb roosters tic young chickens 12 ducks 12c turkeys tOe Geese lOc t CalvesReceipts ID head market slow and a shade lower bulk of the best 78c medium 68c common 26cSheep and Lambs Receipts 100 head The market was steady best butcherf lambs 5 s Ci some fancy a shade better medium and culls slow at 3 5c fat sheep 3 It 3C down common sheep dull at 1 Q 2c Hogs Receipts 4075 head The market opened early with prices 10c higher selected hogs of all weights selling at 785 with roughs out at7 25 down The pens were well cleared early In the day and the market closed firmIf I I livM i I I ThefBiggest Line of EE I Candy in Town 1I U 11ca w i iat pound i W I SEE PAGE SIX i I J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KYjji EQJI 0JII Q01VJJItlot I OQ ANNOUNCEMENT 0 11 IRVINGTON COLLEGE Irvington KyQU HE Irvington College requires that the normal depart QJmont of this institution bo given the most careful consideration The work will bo of tho highest order thor oughly prncticalallduptodute The course includes Psychology Methodology History of Education and Child Study TeachersI taking a part or till thin course may secure county or State certiiicates An 0able instructor has been secured to present tho common o brunches He has instructed many teachers in the central pin t of the United States and comes to us highly recommend ed by tho president of the Valparaiso University Orthogra I phy Heading Elocution and Oniory will be presented by the president of tho college Teachers may enter at any heQJsatisfaction guaranteed to every honest worker Primary and intermediate schoolwork will Milord daily observation for those who desire to learn how to teach In this work in U nutensive and extensive rrr cling will he emphasized busywork o hal IDIJ QO I 11 II Excellent Christmas Sale teZI h JUJ UJ 1 Iw A useful larticle is the most acceptable present and is a joy to the receiver Clever wearing apparel is alo appreciated Dainty Handkerchiefs neat Tics flUe more expensive gifts in the way of Clothing are charming to all road dressers We are malting ninny special offers for the holiday season u Ladies Furs oleatYotttScarfs Scarfs from 38o to 75c Ladies Hats at Cost Ladies Hand Bags Hand t5ofrom1 Cloaks 1000 CloaksI re duced to t8 750I Tailored Suits IndicsTI1i1ordmndo Suits 1tof 11550 Ladies Gloves LadiesI Gloves i oOc for 25c Mufflers5- 0c muffle re i 25czo at Boys Caps oOc caps go for 38c Mens Gloves 50ulstt I IArtistic house furnishings are attractive presents Beautiful line of lamps at 75c ISfHighest market price for produce u G W PAYNE Stephensport Ky V A bony lf- t J t 1 a II J j IL- rur j 1 r- li i U i II CI f LJ k 4 Ar1 = 1 l The Christmas Store at Noltes Turned into a Big Glorious Hanuv Landil 0 I Toys to Gladden the Hearts j of the Children Christmas iis the childs paradise looked forward to for weeks in joyous anticipation Simly you will not disappointi v them Youll want your children to he ns happy as they can possibly be and youll find here Toys that will make this Christm H Day the most joyous of all i Teddy Bears Watches Banks Steam Engines Toy Pistols flagic Lantern I WagonsI Horns Sleds Go Carts Autos Gunsr Toy Heels Roly Poly Drums Train on Track Shoo Fly Freight Trains Coasters Stoves Sulkies Air Ships Etc Etc 1 I0R EVERYBODY Story Books Get the youngsters a few Story Books and let them read in the de lights of Fairyland We have a splendidassortment will not attempt to give titlesThere is something in this department for all IIJ v4111 IJII 1 I O you remember the Christmas Times when you were a child Every pack l D age that came home had such an interest for you Keep that recollection green in your memory and be a bounteous Santa Claus to the loved ones at home by reason of it This store affords you your best opportunity in giftgiving things It is the best stocked and best arranged Christmas store in this section In this store you will have less trouble in solving the gift question Only 11 days until ChristmaseeDo your Shopping Now J LAL I GIFTS FOR Father Mother Sister t Brother Sweetheart L TOYS GIFTS forI4ER They Must be Carefully Select edthey cant be ordinary that would be a reflection on your taste So we would advise coming here to get them for large as our assortments are there isnt any ordinary bit of merchandise in the entire dis play Comb and Brush Jewelry Books Scrap Books Umbrellas Auto Veils Jewel Boxes Ink Wells Rugs Silk Scarfs Purses Pictures Candle Sticks Music Rolls Manicure Kodak Photo Albums Sets Make your Selections Now of All We have about the best Santa Claus ever left kinds and 11 I h Will not be so if you his Here Its puzzling isnt it to select presents for mere man That is it is puzzling if you try to solve it at homo by your self instead of letting us help you Wo can help wonderfully Cuff and Collar Boxes Fancy Vests Shaving Mugs Gloves Military Brushes Smoking Sets oJ Collar Bags Cuff Buttons Necktie Racks Scarf Cigar Cases Watch Chains Lodge Emblems Books Pipe Racks Neckwear Mufflers Sweaters Nut cracker Sets Thermometers Mirrors Everwear Hosiery Post Card Albums Pictures House Slippers I Dolls Kinds simply withusall sizes styles Dont Forget Only days until Christmas GIFTS tbrBIMI Perplexing make Selection Pinsr Shop Early Please Handkerchiefs and many other things too Numerous to Mention REMEMBER the OrangesMalaga The Biggest Best Sweetest for y10e Pound you ate ever Get Your Supply EarlyiEvery Nook and Corner of the Store Reflects the Christmas Spirit Wejare ready with Gifts for Everybody All over the Storein every depart mentat every turnyoull find solutions on the harassing hrislmasrproblem of What to Give Jf Christmas Tags Stickers Post CardsYuletideRiensl t t I I J C i IWO KyIa It I I f iI J I I p 1j It l T o 1 I Iii v Ie II 1 1r 1 I + j I l I 1 I i rif7 r 1 Jti1 1 I J If jII i I A W- t1 v r t 40 JaI i U t I IfJ 1 l f ff1 I f f0 r ejr A + t waFt w IL f = iI I Welcome to I I i I Our Christmas Celebration I iJL m I j ANTA CLAUS has made his headquarters at ourIi store and we have the largest line of Holiday Goods m ever handled hereIChristmas Gift for Every Member of the Family I Useful and Beautiful Assortment of I IIPracticalPresents for Old and Young I 79 I I IThToys for Books for Boys and Girls Clothes Grocery Department largely stocked with Candies and Everything I thats Good to Eat IMake out your list to whom you want to remember Christmas morning and a glance atl 0I v3ouryour mas shopping help someone to get the FREE PIANOt1I1 1Votes on the Piano given 1 with Christmas Trade I I Vote for your S 1Best Friend tljf kind none expense u I I i FILL OUT OUT AND MAIL OK TO OUR STOREI CouponIW Ky wish to nominate as a candidate piano contest understand that this is merely a nomination a vote and1m1m obligate me any way Name H HH IDate Address i I IrI1I C MOORMAN Glen Dean I Iii lIJ 9I fBIiWlBilllllBr9iIItBlBlBftBfSj eJ 1Y = n A 1v H BOWJIER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 011 SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD BRJCCK1NRJDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every v legitirimte claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check Safe Place to do Business I jg3 per cent on Time Deposits A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor C Jarboe 0 T Skillraan A R Fisher + 1s Y M er o0N OVM idti r EVERYFARMER =As well as every business man should have a lank account elseUCVCiuaC V Paying your by simplest and mofct convenienti method paysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save bookkeepingYour business I To those desiring Banking Connections with an Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Trust Co Ky rWvJIr4 k = i Wff W GORSUCHtGeneral Irvington Kentucky Want to cry yoUr sale no matter where or what None jjw Oblg nor too small to receive careful attention I work forV interest from the day I book your sale V Ue jr phone me at my for early dates 15 years experience fermsrea4on able Satisfaction guaranteed fif f buAnythingit Q I iitl for the Grown Folks Fruits OUT RILING Nomination C MOORMAN Glen Dean I in your III I not does not in ffm W RELIABLE An absolutely DIRECTORSk Jno ona O WHY y Old Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Auctioneer tto v Automatic Housekeeping Automatic housekeeping as under stood by the Englishwoman Implies orders given to tbt cook and to others who minister to tho wants of the household In sub a way that tho mis tress Is saved thn trouble of thinking of every small thing that needs seeing to and yet each detail receives export attention Tho swoop has orders to como on certain days of the year the window cleaners on n certain day each fortnight or so tho window boxes and Inside flowers ro ere regular care from the florist etc Even the breakfast luncheon and dinner menus are map ped out bv the month subject of course to ertala unforeseen changes Carefully thought out and checked from time to time the system has ninny merits If not arrl1l1tto excess The ordering of nipals wholesale lathe detail thnt may most readily lead to gttravpganee and waste- n I 0 i x l r I n I I ANSAS CENTER fOR BROOM CORN Liberal In Southwest of Stale 1 Claims leadersI1Iptt GOOD NEWS FOR HOUSEWIVES Crop Is Largest and Best In History otJI Industry In Sunflower State and Will Amount to About 750000 Iis fRichf The housewife who for tho past years has used her broom with great care and tenderness as her hitIchina may put n little more vigor Fridays sweeping this year for broom corn crop Is the biggest and best for several years mid the proba bilities are that good brooms will re tiro from the Held as n parlor ornii meat and return to their original plus a behind the kitchen door Liberal Knit in Seward county claims to bo the biggest broom corn shipping point and this season the broom corn shipment has been greater than over before Busy Market Created When the broom corn begins to move out In Liberal tho wagons pour into town in a continuous procession for I days Photographers get out with Itcamcrnsj as busy as Broadway on a sunshiny i j f fr 1otr 1T sections of the town The prices for tho broom corn ranged from 10 to 110 depending on quail ty and averaging about 75 The money paid out in Liberal since th marketing began is about 250000 cropRt broom corn grower in tho locality ne had 1700 acres this season The country around Liberal has become a broom corn producer 1because of a peculiar adaptability of the soil which Isa dark mixed sandy loam Tho sand holds moisture well for many months tho farmers say The average rainfall is around fifteen inch es a yearindustry Twenty Years Old growingbroomg I y l n twenty years ago They say it has al ways been a sure crop One day In October a number of farmers drove In with wagon loads of broom corn When their wagons wore gathered together on tho public square the farmers found that they lord 20 000 worth of broom corn waiting to lho unloaded There niv numerous ware houses where the broom corn Is stored HAUNTED GAVEL FOR CLARK Deathof Eloping Indian Princess Figures In Narrative In 1817 n mill was bullIon Peim crook onehalf mill from Its mont h In Pike cotiniy Mt by 1HIHHM Mtifwn grandfatherI of A P MntKon of tlu state A rleee of the apron lug of the darn wns ut out by Mr Mntmni nod Wnrron Hitdier a year ago The ttim- ber Is sound very dry tool solid Out ChnmpClarkorderThis was the first mill built north of the Missouri river The dam Is haunted and no fish will live In the water Molly years ago an Indian maiden who lived at the old dam site fell in love with a white tuna She shook the chiefs son and eloped with the paleface This angered the chief Gathering his Indian braves he caught the pair and threw their dead bodies In the deep water at the dam This tragedy disgusted the flsli and they left yenta ago it Is sold So Champ will have a gavel with a history and a romance attached a his tory which marks the departure of the Indian and the dawning of western civilization a romance of love hatred1 and revenge A Safe Lead- I hear Icm Doggs Sundaycd with ye deacon tans Coin to lose yer darter olT I s IllggMondayedtJ and Thursdayed with us I Judge Xel is the lucky man Success Magazine Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAI Bits Of News From Shreve And Fordsville Mrs Lou Deveese of Fordsville iis the guest of her son Lafe and family Mrs Mary Rosson has returned t her own home near here to live sine e the marriage of her brother Grit Per ter of near Falls of Rough Ky to Miss Lillie Tilford of Short Creek Mrs Rosson kept house for her brother dur ing his wldowrhood Simon B Smith of Fordsville spent several days last week atT E Butlers hunting birds Dr Doweese and wife of Fordsville were calling on friends here this week This town Is without a key again as Shelton Key moved away last week Miss Maud Garden is expected t visit her sister Mrs RuITuss Dowell1 quite soon T E Butler attended the banquet given by the Knight shanks giving at Owensboro A B Grant got his right hand bad hurt in acorn shredder recently Eli Maxey was burried at Pleasant Grove cemetery last week The Wood men of the World had charge of the ceremonies Russell Davison and wife were guests his parents Wednesday 0 1Vhitesvillcrvisiting her son near Falls of Rough a few weeks I iIAmaI writes Mrs Ethel Newlin of Liberty Center Ind Carduland I will never for et itII cannot praise Cardul too highly for what it did begantoI I verybadpain and weighed only 105 pounds Now I haveIa good color do not suffer tom r and ARliuI I j The Womans Tonic noxe ious mineral drugs that systemta basin of water vegetable poisonous minerals or drugsIt safe and harmless for use by old and young and may be taken as a tonic for Qossible U It L MORE PMHAM CURES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy Orc nngo MoI was simply ner tvous wreck 1 could not walk across the floor Withoutmy heart fluttering and I could not even receive a letterEvery month I bad such a bearingdown- sensation as if the lower parts would Vegetable done my nerves a great deal of good nl Ion n lnnltnnAvuv the bearing down I recommended it s havebeenMAE MCKNIGHT Oronogo Mo Another Grateful AVomnn St Louis MoI was bothered terribly with a female weakness and had backache bearing down pains and pains in lower parts I began taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound regularly and used the Sanative Wash and now I have no more troubles that wayhire AL HEUZOO 5722 Irescott Ave St Louis Mo Because your case is a difficult one gooddoVegetableCompound many cases of female ills such as in displacementsfibroid bearIngdownfeeling vous prostration It costs but a trifle to try it and the result is worth mil Hong to many suffering women Miss Mary Stone spent Sunday at home with her parents in Brecken ridge count Mrs Huff of Trlslar has returned from a visit to her mother in the low er part of the county beMr Logsdon and family who have living in Illinois for the past six months have returned to Kentucky to liveByron purchasedewill remove his family to their new home quiet soon Mr and Mrs Walter May who got married quiet recently are guests of her parents A H navison this week A few days ago this neighborhood became stricken with a matrimonial epidemic and everybody got married except a tew commonsense comrads who were afraid to give up the joys of single blessedness and heap into the abyss of untried married bondage or beoThere are several good schools scat tered around this neighborhood but it is appallng to see so many children kept out or allowed to stay out of school by their parents It Isjust sim growingyignorance chiefly for the lack of interest in parents who keep their children out of school three and four days out of each week for ever little trifling thing I think it is sad that they cannot be made to keep their children in school There may have been a llaw made to compel parents to edu cate their children but it is not enforced therefore is of no benefit The school system of our state is not per fect yet every child between the age of six and twenty has tho privilege free of charge to get an education in the common branches which would lift them above the ignorant sex but so many do not avail themselves of this opportunity Oh parents why dont you wake up and see the great wrong you are doing your children not only wronging your children but to your country and the entire generation It- sI fearful to note the fruits of idle ig norence I deal with the public there fore It is more apparent to me than to those who live a more private lifo Could there not be something done to arouse the interests of parents in the schools or add attractions to them so that the little ones will be interested I wish that each common country school district could havo an attract ive and interesting library of useful books for the improvement and better ment of the school and neighborhood I find that people do not road enough A great many do not read at all They do not get anything ta read as there is no free library where they may go and look at the books and learn how to wish for something better than mere gossip People have to see things and learn the mode of being interested in things which are beyond there comprehension when unseen by the oye Books and their use are new tools to which they must become familiar with They can appreciate the advantage to be derived from them But enough of this I fear I have written too much already Mr Editor your pardon I beg Marv Stone If the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour is the flour you ought to use i r r+MA +MMry i r n 0- j =9- i LJJ AI i I r s II l X i IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT BY OUR SPECIALI CORRESPONDENT i N r rReadtax notice in this Issuer Mrs G T Marshall has returned l from White Mills were she visited re- tIe aU veSt l Mrs Uettie Calhouu of Auburn Ky who has been visiting among t here for several weeks left yesterday for OwenSboro i Miss Hazel Richardson after spending a few days in Louisville shopping has returned Mrs L B McGlothlan inllardlns burg this week the guest at the Com lI mercial Hotel Haynes Trent was in Louisville last 1 1weekbuying his Christmas goods The L H St L railroad are still I placeIAt present round house which will have a capacity I of from eight to ten engines and are installing electric lights in and lII about the depot When this work is accomplished Irvington will be the central railroad point along the line A I prominent tusiness man of this county I theIa next five years We give it less time The Club will be entertained by Miss Willa Drury at her home on Maple Ave on Friday evening from 730 to 1030 oclock Mrs Chas Hook has as her guest for the week her sister Miss Martha f 4 Haynes Union Star Miss Haynes has- T been visiting in Tell City for the pastT r two weeks and was delightfully enter twine d while there Y Miss HawesJe Vickers of Gainesville Ga was the guest of her cousin Miss Mildred Hawes for a stay of a week I A B Suter of Highland Park was in town Sunday visiting friends Skating parties are very much in x4voguehere at the present The grown 3 people as well as the children are en joying this delightful sport Rev L K May is assisting the Rev Adkisson in a series of revival meetings in Louisville t ewsDrand Mrs S P Parks left Friday for Owensboro where she will visit Mr and Mrs Jess Malin for several days e Mrs Henry of Chicago addressed quite a crowd of ladies at the Baptist church on Monday afternoon on the subject of Health and Hygeine Mr Jno Springate one of the oldest f men of the town was found dead in bed at his home in the West End of town last Tuesday afternoon about 4 oclock i- z HOLIDAY GIFTS Our compkte display of Diamonds Watches 1 Rings Silverware and t 4 f Jevelryfsuitable1 for presentI If you cannot come to see us- A send for our catalogue All good warranted and at popular prices y C M WISEMAN SON c 130 W MiirlcofcSb Between 1st and 2nd LOUISVILLE KY iWNi1N rAiN lrfYHis body was taken to the old Dowel graveyard near Garfield for burial Ho is survived by one daughter Mrs J M Herndon and son Fair leigh came down from Brandenburg sistersMrs S P Parks Mr and Mrs Will Lindsey of Ander son Ind are expected to be the guests of Mr and Mrs T C Matthews during the Christmas holidays Mr and Mrs Chas Hawes were the weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Moredock in Louisville Mr and Mrs Bate Washington will leave shortly for Louisville where they will spend the holidays as the guests of their daughters Mrs Harvey Major and Mrs Perry Weaver Mr Mike Lyddan is very ill of pneu monia at the home of his son G W LyddanThe one of the series of enter tainments was given at the college on Friday evening The next meeting will be on Fridav evening Dec 23 f Mrs Sally Hobson has returned to Mr and Mrs G W Bandys after spending a few days in Guston with Mr and Mrs Forrest Stith If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to us- eChlldret Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA IRAYMOND Read tax notice in this issue Religious services were conducted by the Rev C E Scott Sunday Mrs West is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs L G Avitt Quite a number of young people at tended the box supper at Frymire Fri day night Misses Myrtle Lyddan and Mary Mercer visited Mrs H L Bruner Wednesday and Mrs H E Frymire FridayThe Misses Brashear of Frymire and visitor Miss Francis Severs of Union Star attended services here Sun dayOtis Severs of Union Star was the guest of Miss Velma Bruner last week Jerry Basham and family will leave Tuesday forCaHfornia Messrs Forrest Compton and Arthur Drane were guests of Misses Lyddan and Mercer Sunday Mack Cushman is at work at Bowers saw mill at Fry mire Mr and Mrs Henry Hardesty were guests at J E Mercers Monday evening I Bob Cushman is visiting Will Avitt this week Miss Ida Ater and Mr Ashcraft o Lodiburg attended church here Sun day If the best is not too good for yonI Lewlsport Best flour is the flour youJ ought to use Cbldn Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTORI I SWEET GARDNERS OFFER STILL GOOD11 w IlJII d A WalkOver Free With Each Suit I KyILAME EVERY A Bad Back Is Always Worse IInl1 The Morning Cloverport People Are Finding Relief A back that aches all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning Makes you feel as if you hadnt slept at all Cant cure a bad back Until you cure the kidneys Doans Kilney Pills cure sick kidneys make you feel better work better rest better and sleep bet ter Permanent cures in Cloverport prove the merit of Doans Wm Johnson Cloverport Ky says Doans Kidney Pills in my case proved to be u very reliable remedy and conse quently I have no hesitation in recom mending them For six years my kid neys were disordered the secretions being too frequent in passage and when allowed to stand depositing sediment My back ached severely particularly at night and in the morning I was so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around Whenever I contracted the slightest cold it settled in my kldnf sand made my suffering more intense Doans Kidney Pills have given me great relief for these troubles For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesIRemember the name Doaus and take no otherA Leetle Feller t Der dood santa tausel will tell youI what I want for Xmas pease bring me a leetle sled and a rocky horse aII leetle wagon I am a leetle boy three i years old I have big blue eyes and light hair and please bring me a teddy i bear and a leetle train bring me a bear skin coat and cap and a leetle pairI of gloves and dont forget to bring me some fire crackers and I want come cany naners orages nuts figs and raisins Yours lovingly Vernon Garrett Cloverport ktt liMy child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest applied Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil The pain cased and the child sank into a restful sleep Mrs Nancy M Hanson Hamburg NY Seven Years OldII Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl seven years old I go to school and I read in the fourth reader I will tell you what I want you to bring me for Christmas I want you to bring me a doll dresser and a doll and some books lots of candy Please remember mother and father and my little brothers and sisters Your little girl Marguerite Payne Irvington Ky It F D No1 Reduction- in t SI 1500 S1 00II S125C Suit SlOOOSuit at Suit 5 I I Al I I 1 rl Ji e ji COLLEGE NOTE BY LYONS The Literary Society of the Irving ton College held its initial meeting in the chapel on Friday night Every number of the program was interest ingThe Mandolin Club consisting eight girls did honor to their teacher and Credit to themselves The piano solos by Misses Virginia Calloway and Kath Brine Wimp were finished products and greatly enjoyed The Last Leaf by Oliver Wendell Holmes presented by Master Crafton Cunningham was both amusing and entertaining Tho recitation Lord Ulllns Daughter by Miss Car ra D Frakes unlisted much merited ap plause Mr James Cunningham cap tivated the audience with his master ful delivery of the Cuban Hero He received many compliments The Holy Grail rendered by Miss Eliza Piggott was listened to with rapt at tention and delighted all Shakespearears Heroines by Mrs W J Piggott was intensley in cresting throughout The paper showed the writer to be throughly conversant with their immortal bard Mre Pig gttts literary attainments evince rare talent and her productions of litera ture are greatly appreciated by the faculty and student body Last but by no means least on the program was a soulstirring solo sang by Miss Ellen Munford Tho lovers of music were pleased and delighted with this rendition At the close of the exercises Pres Martin gave a twenty minutes address on capability and the ability of those who took part in the literary program of the evening maklngspecia comments upon Mrs Piggots excellent paper The Professors acquaintance with showing the great abii ility of the bard in delineating every phase of human character was espec ially instructive Mr Martin agreed with Mrs Piggott that Shakespearers I characters were not highly spiritual ized but for intellecuality and things j to their life Shakespeare was matchless On a lighter theme the President asked for perfect cooperation I on the part of the pupilsII patrons and friends the Institution j and urged all to influence the students to apply themselves closely to their I workThe first meeting of the literary society was pronounced a decided suc J cess The next assembly will convene Friday evening Dec 23 1910 at the same place I Hives eczema itch or salt sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Douns ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggist sell it If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use We good run of to 50025Ocloaks in hear skins all 150 t51 00 Etc All 5o by the bolt 5o 8B 7 BIG Read tax notice in this issue The given by the Ladies Aid at the parsonage Friday was quiet a suc cess There were sixteen members We were sorry that all were not there There were thirtyone pres ent We had plenty of good things to oat We have thirtyone members in Kay and Philip Hudson of Elizabethtown were here Thursday Mrs R S Dowell returned from Stithton Wednesday where she had been to see her brother Sam Mossbar ger who is very ill Mrs Dutch Meyer is very sick with Typhoid pneumonia John Robinson has little girl sick with typhoid fever R W Hopkins of New Albany Ind and Edmonson from Brandenburg were here in the interest of Hopkins fertilizer Miss Cavil Minter is visiting in Lou isvilleRev Scott of Vine Grove was the guest of Jim Humphry Friday night Mrs Julia Clarkson who isat St Lukes Hospitall at Chicago is report ed to be some better If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Dont use harsh physics The react ion weakens the bowels leads to chronic constiparion Get Doans Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation House William Garett Katie and Mary their uncle out on the P ke Mr Joe Garett Misses Lenora and Ida Garott are visiting their sister Mrs Pearl near Patesville Miss Bertha Walls is getting along fine with her school at Hardins The Duncan home was on fire Wed nesday John Duncan got his hands seriously burnt while putting out the fire No serious damage was done P Garett is expecting to visit her sister Mrs Pearl Knight during XmasJf youLewisportought to use If the best is not too good Lewisport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use buy I can fit see clothing much AtI 0 = EC I WIDEWELD ASPHALT g OF Na 1 6 Full of Cementweld ed Joint No Roof AJ Roof Nail1 f head Covered by TAsphalt NO X 7 SOLD BY Co Dealers Lime Cloverport Ky W A Brandenburg of Elizabeth town here Thursday and four mules Mr and Mrs Pate Dowell will move 4Jinto their new the last of the i week J f Mrs J D Mead r and 11i returned J Miss Emma Miller leaves for Cecilia to visit her aunt Miss 4 Miller and also to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Elizabeth to Mr Nall Dec 20 B S at home few days week Last weeks Mirrow announced the illness of Frank Hardin who has a posi tion with Kerfoot Miller of Oklahoma Frank lived here un til two years ago when he moved to hearoflhisElizabethtown Bro King desires the presence of at the Saturday Dec The Ladies Aid will meet with MrsV a King Dec to celebrate the 58th o birthday of Bro King I Miss Ada Meador returned home Fri v day from a visit with the Misses of If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour is the f c ought to useV o COLLIESaa A Scotch Collie puppie makes an acceptable Christmas pretent a great companion for children and will do one mans on the farm ZyWe ship pup and you for same ou arrival and whentf tlt HALL KENNELS fl fdr Ijir I l t It tAJV 9N 111llaI lAit VUWtJrJW Ih Mtdl i119i I AaftlI I t I IMakeAlexanders Big Store Your fit ti to of i 4 I Christmas Buying Headquarters lj4k mrrr t111 your gifts the useful practical sort This sort will find interesting and attractive variety at ALEXANDERS Store Our great bargain store is i ti filled with article suitable for Christmas ivingPractical useful articles that mean so much to both recipient and giver Youre undecided give A visit t jtato store will answer thut question Youll find hero just the articles that when seen will convince you that they to just what you i Ito give Varieties hero are unlimited the articles exceedingly attractive and the lowness of our prices will greatly increase the giftgiving power of your Christmas + 1 Yt cc ALEXANDERS the store that has a gift for Mother Father your Grandparents your Sister your Brother your Sweetheart and your Wife Old Santa Claus has Cleared l b the Decks for Action and you will find Alexanders the easiest place Meade or Breckenridgo to do your Christmas shopping J m t I tf I y HOME HOME MORNING Big Ladies Coat S80 Suit 1250 Suit atA at 151 760 W A jj iLI1 iL IRVINGTON given Shakespearean pertaining of rheum Ladies Long Coats still have a pricefrom Childrens colors from to Calicoes calicoes per yard Hoosier cotton a yard Hope cotton a yard IftV SPRING lunch present allOwen a Friday Hardins School Misses Maud Garett visited Knight Katie what BoysClothing You only have few more days in which to your putitsuit you and you both at the lowest Ask to th- eKIRSCHBAUM all wool lino of cloth and make fully guaranteed at prices that you for goods These goods will give satis Bigline iJAftIA inches Nailholes- Through ContinuousOnepiecet1 with Every Felt and CoalTari Gregory In Lumber Cement BIG SPRING was bought home children have from LouisvilleJ Sallie Joseph Clarkson was a last Co City his members afternoontservices 10o9 CarraEHzabethtowu faSCOTCHregistered p work pay PLANTERS Glendeane Kyw MOtiMIIdMIi1s1 you in exceedingly MAKE to ALEXANDERS quicklyand satisfactorily wantImoneYrin I Suits 850 Mens and a pay superior perfect Asphalt Wednesdayi Table Linen II 4 iNapkins i th table scarfs and towels Big IIit + Eh lint to select fro- mCandies j t to Nuts a and Orangestt Do not forget that I am l t a headquarters for all those- noodios for your Christlnae wants at prices lower tbanpEthe lowest i d 1 f1II 1 pal J u- i