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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE BRE0I NCRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWa THATS FITI TO PRINT VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 21 1910 8 Pas C6 NO 24 p A Joyous Christmas Day To You All THOMAS JEFFERSON JOLLY SUMMONED One Of Breckenridjje Countys Great Old Men Goes To ills Reward Died Friday Afternoon FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY ttIrvlngton Ky Dec 19 Special Death has again taken home to glory one of our oldest and most highly re spected citizens Thomas Jefferson Jolly who died of heart trouble at his home near Bewleyvlle on Friday afternoon about three oclock The ctrcumstan ces surrounding his death were partic ulary sad as his body was found some distance from his home by his grand son Mr Roy D Gain Mr Jolly was eightytwo years old andhe had been l in declining health for several months but yet his death was unexpected Mr Jolly was ripe in tne service of 1 I the Master having been for a number of years a lifelong Christian eager and faithful in advancing the cause of Christ and a devoted member of the Bewleyvllle Method t church He was beloved by all and had the well merited esteem of all who lknew him Up to a few years ago Mr Jolly was Superintendent of the Sun aySchool and he was one of the most active and consistent members of that Sunday School and church It does us good amid the busy whirl of our practical lives to stop occasion ally and reverently lift the veil of the past and glance backward across the years of the excellent trait of charac ter of a true and devoted Christian of the olden type The funeral services were largely attended and conducted from the Bewleyville Methodist church by the Rev May on Sunday morning at ten oclock after which the Masons took charge of the body and intered It in the Cedar Hill Cemetery Mr Jolly is survived by his wife one daughter and a son Miss Blanch Jolly and Mr Will Jolly besides a host ir of relatives and friends to mourn his V loss From Mrs Couty t lJear Mr Babbage Inclosed please 7r Tjrnnoi one dollar for which mark me up till Dec Is lOll I do not want to miss M a copy as we are always glad to hear v from Cloverport All the Breckenridge i county folks around are well and happy You can send me the farm paper With best wishes to you and yours for a I i merry Christmas anda happy new rC year Yours truly Mrs J E Couty k Nickerson Kans R F D No I Rl Dr Baker RegistrarI thDr J T Baker has been named as- A the Jocal registrar of vital statistics by rl the state board1 and he will get ready ri to enforce the new law which was L tpa ied by the last legislature Itisone J trdi the lengthiest laws passed taking I A up fifteen pages of the published acts of 1010 and by some It Is regarded as il t the most important law of the session Ifx Hancock Clarion ir i A Friend nf The News f DeafMr Babbage Enclosed find one dollar for which 4 jplwigf extend my subscription one year J do not like tomise an Issue of the home ri pfjSir lttcertWyours Ys I 1AtJ Ohlor i Jo y aRrRastvKKKrRrreverrstrrxR R hgtrrtrrrrrrrr rxrrrrarrrrrvr i HARDINSBURG NEWS BUREAU f t BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT c I Wkk7kakkAy Sd1 1S11 rak5rk 5tUM17 See Dr Walker for you dental work Mrs W R Moorman of Glen Dean was the guest of Mrs J C DeHaven Friday Marrtago licenses Sam Smiley and Nina Kissinger both of Seree Nelson I Gardner and 3iiphla Ccmpton both oft Garfield Homer Pile and Cora E Tucker both df Mook I H M Beard and Panl Compton were in Louisville last week and purchased carpet paper and furniture for the Masonic Hall which will be thoroughly refurnished Miss Mattie Moorman of Glen Dean was the guest of misses Hannah and Judith Beard a few days last week Supt Driskell has but ten more schools to visit all of which he expects to see this week Judge Moorman was in Louisville on legal business last week If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the lour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner- A protracted meeting will begin at the M E Church South oti the second Sunday In January Judge Chelf looking much improved in health was here two days last week An interesting well attended meeting of the teachers of the First Educational Division was held here Saturday There was a good attendance from other districts It was voted to publish Miss Berths Walls excellent paper on school environmentMiss Beard read The Bolls at the school exercises this morning Miss Beard thinks of doing post gradu ate work in expression and may soon enter one of the famous schools of the country Luke B Reeves bought for 1000 the brick corner lately owned by Dr Mc WKITTEK LOUISE The letters to Santa Claus are the cheeriest little articles we have ever published They come only once a year andswe think are well worth publish ing and readingI Dont forget mamma and papa and little sisterIsnt that the real Christmas spirit If you have anything left nice for a little boy nine years of age It would be appreciated by your little friend Christmas would be perfect joy If all of us were this easily satisfied III still thank you for the many pretty things you brought me last Christmas This gratitude that lingers is genuine I try to be a geod boySuch an honest little fellow will no doubt be successful and have a great Christmas I will not ask for any moreAw- ise young man who knows not to ride a good horse to death and annoy Santa Claus with so many requests III love my this is the secret of a happy ChristmasI Love good will toward men even otfr enemies 000 Neednt be surprised to find the ox In the ditch next Sunday for tis Christmas and what few of us are ever ready and waiting for that glorious day vxr Six Carloads of Mules From Six carloads of mules were shipped from ElIzabethtown last week The News says P Whittaker of Columbia Tenn bought a carload of mules from Claud Pemberton and Tom Marshall who owned them together He has shipped them Mr Langley of Dublin Ga bought from various parties a carload of both horses and mules and shipped them out Tuesday WL McAdams of Columbia Tenn I 1 Ii I As stated in TuMdftys pap J b r n n i i 444 RA444A4St4ARAAtitat it514Slrf- Mullenr and now occupied by H J I I Rob rts grocery store There will be no preaching at the M IE Church South Sunday on account of the pastors visiting his parents with whom he has not spent Christmas for severalI years David Driskell went to Garfield Sat urday for a few days visit Homer Pile of Mook and Miss Cora I Tucker of the same neighborhood were married in the parlor of the M E parsonage Friday afternoon In the presence of a few relatives of the con tracting parties Mr Pile is an ener getic young farmer son of C C Pile deceased The bride is the daughter of S R Tucker These popular young people begin life with the happiest wishes ot a multitude of friends President and Mrs J W Hughes of Kiugswood were In town Saturday Jos Durham and Claude Mercer at tended the music recital at Kingswood Saturday night Lon Rogers IExaminer of State Banks has been here this weekexam inlng the BanK of Hurdlnsburg Trust Co and Farmers Bank of this place The last session of the State Legislature passed a law for the examination of all the banks in the state under the supervision of the Secy of State This was vetoed by the Governor The Secy of State then put on foot a plan for ex amination under his supervision of all banks whose ofllcers and directors would voluntarily consent to be examin ed Under this plan the two banks atII this place were examined this So far these are the only two banks in this county that have consented to be examined I John Alexander Sunday night STORIES While The Press Thunders BY teacherAnd Shipped Elizabethtown SouthJ lookingjpraload erJT llngsJood v Its great to have the Christmas spirit though it doesnt come until the very last minute 000- A few extra vases handkerchiefs and litho fike might come in handy Christmas morning for the stores will all be closed Somebody you didnt expect is certain to send you a present and touch a responsive chord in your heart 000 If you go in debt for Christmas there is consolation in the fact no matter how much you give away it always comes back 000S- hould Christmas be a disappointment to you just look at it in Aunt Mary Deans optimistic way Child theres another time coming 006 The loveliest thought of Christmas is that we do not have to go to a palace to find the glory of this event the greatest gift ever given to the world was found in a manger and just our gratitude for the Christ Child is enough if we stop to think to make our happiness supra me Pack shipper two loads George Emerson one and Rod Warfield one The latter went to Montezumn Wednesday to dispose of his Major Roderick Warfieldreturned Tuesday night from Howardstown Nelson County where he purchased an extra fine carload of mules There are twentyeight In the lot and they were bought at an average of 210 each making the bunch cost nearly 6000 They are among the fittest around here and have been shipped to Mr Warfields farm at Long Grove where they will be quartered until sold Katherine Lucile Mattingly A little girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Roy Mattingly last Wednesday evening She has been named Katherine Lucile D r r et eceeaes eaeeeetaceesea eaie eweeeteeeeeeeee s IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT iBY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT weseeeeeeeeeereeaaeeeeete eveeces Mr and Mrs R E Hayes and child ren who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Mudd for a few weeks left Tuesday for their home in Hodgensville Edgar Bennett of Spring field will ar rive this week to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Earl Bennett Miss Martha Haynes left Saturday for Union Star after spending a week as the guest of her sister Mrs Chas HookHubert Piggott of Minot North Dakota arrived the middle of last week and is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W J Plggott for some timeMiss Mary Smith of Guston is the guest of her sister Mrs Newsom GardnerMiss arah Hart will arrive shortly before Christmas from Baskett to visit her brother H P Hart at the home of Mr and Mrs H B Head on Woodland AveIt has been announced by Jno R Wimp secretary of the Burley Tobacco Society that ftsOOO of the proceeds of the Breckenridge County pooled to bacco has been deposited in the First State Bank at this place As soon as there Is enough tobacco sold from this county to make a respectable distribu tion the growers will be notified and they can get some of their money Miss B Ada Drury of Louisville will come down Friday to spend toe Christmas holidays with Mr and Mrs R B MGlothlan Mrs G A Warfield who has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs D W Henry for a stay of ten days will leave this w kfgr MafioUjpaj She will be accompanied by her sister Mrs Mary Henry who will be her guest for the winter Mrs Elizabeth Haynes arrived last week from Chattanooga Tenn to spend I i the winter with her daughter Mrs J S Love Mrs It B Moreman and Mrs Earl Bennett spent Wednesday and Thursday in Louisville on a shopping tour Miss Willa Drury was the hostess Friday evening of a meeting of her clubMrs G L Brady and daughter Miss Josie spent two days in Louisville the guests of Mr and Mrs Tony Mc CoyTurkeys will be higher here for Around Town Misses Audrey Perkins Cleona Weatherholt and Elsie Gregory and Vernon Farmer are In Noltes store for the holiday trade Misses Eloise Nolte and Lenoia McGavock will help them In the grand rush the latter part of the week 000 The Methodist Sunday school will give en entertainment in Oelzes Hall Monday night after Christmas All church members and Sunday school pupils are invited at 730 oclock 000 Chas Sawyer has a position with Frank Fraize Son 000 Joe Sawyer recently purchased the Newton lot on High street on the East- Side from Mr D S Miller 000 Dr Simons Infirmary has become a source of pride to this city The Doctor Is continually adding new equip ments to the operating room and the other apartments The office has been newly papered and casts a rich glow of light through the building One room being furnished for the use of patients Is papered in colonial paper with gojd tints Dr Simons and Dr McDonald delight in receiving their friends at the office and one of the two can usually be found there 000 The residence of Mr Bob Willis caught fire iron a train spark Sun day morning about 730 oclock In an instant after the nlnrni was given there were enough men around the house to eat it had it been cake and the fire was soon extinguished by strenuous 11- r tLt I 1 = ui i 4 Christmas than they were Thanksgiv j ing and every oody thought they were high enough then Before Thanksgiv ing the dealers wore paying from 13 to 14 cents per pound gross for the fowls but now they are offering 15 cents and are anxious to get them at that price The spelling match Friday night was llargely attended the door receipts be ing 8750 at ten cents each At eleven oclock Coleman Lyon of Hudson was left upon the floor the winner of the ten dollars given by the county officials Miss Edna Hennlnger of Cave Spring won the five dollars given by B F Beard Co Judge Moormans Inter national Dictionary went to the New Salem school near look Mitchell Gregory and Shlckri Leslie being its winnersOn evening of the S7th Brecken ridge lodge No6 will elect officers for the ensuing year All members are requested to be present Miss BennieWnlker and Mr Gardner Board were united in marriage at Mr Jas W Millers the brides home Sun day afternoon Rev Howard officiating They left Monday morning for Louisville where they are spending the weekThe Public School will render a Christmas program on Friday afternoon from 2 to 3 oclock All patrons and those interested are cordially invited to come Mrs L K May was called away to Campbellsville list Sunday on account of the serious illness of her sister Robt Woods Louisvilles postmaster uneralloJollyIThe Rev o vine will fill the pulpit of the Baptist church on next Sunday morning Rev May will preach In the evening The two hardware firms McGlothlan Piggott and J D Ashcraft have con solidated and incorporated the firm The Irvington Hardware and Implement Company with J D Ashcraft President and General Manager J M Hetndoii Secretary mid Treasurer After the first of the year they ore going to build an uptodate hrickbuildinton on the present site of McGlothlan Piggott Mr and Mrs J M Hernrlon are moving into their Imudsouiu residence on Woodland Ave that has just beeu completedMrs dllYlastMrs All Dowell wno Inn tbeen visl iiigI relatives in Glen Dean hits returned and quick efforts The roof wasbadly damaged 000 The City Bridge is already for Santa Glaus Both Iron tubes have been placed nnd the apron also attached The job is a most successful one and thecontractors are receiving many con grJtulatlons The bridge crew Is quite missed They were company for those who crossed the bridge daily and their good work was watched with interest A New Firm For Irvinston The Irvlngton Hardware Imple ment Co is a new corporation for Irv- ington It has taken over the stocks of Hardware and Farm Implements of J D Ashcraft and McGlothlan Piggott and consoldated them under one head and management J M Herndon a wellknown business man and successful farmer has taken stock in the new firm and will take an active part in the business With increased capital they will be able to carry a larger stock buy In larger quantities and serve their trade to a much better advantage giv ing them a much oetter stock and a larger variety to select from The trade in this line is growing so fast in Irving ton that such a move as this was ne cessary to accomodate the trade It is not combination to advance prices but to reduce them and the buyers of this class of goods in that section are fortunate in having a house so well equipped as this will be to buy from Mr J D Ashcraft Mr Jlof Herndon pnd Mr T N McGlothlan are the active members and will as heretofore try to sserve their trade as they have In the past satisfactorily We wish the new concern a long andsuccessful career r t Subscribe this very day I This is theI I 11 1 1chief requIsite II IIfor making PerfectBake DayFoods0 M I 1- 1Baking PowderAbsolutely Pure BakingPowder GrapeCream made from grapes No Alum No Lime Phosphate Ninety Years Old Mail Carrier Hart county has the oldest mall carrier In the United States in Frank Fqr bis who is ninety years old and carries the mail dally from Munfordsvllle to Cub Run a distance of fifteen miles on horseback He has been carrying the mall so long that the memory of man runneth not to the contrary lIe has lost three teeth and has worn false teeth made out of seasoned hickory cut so that they fit around the other teeth They last for several years and when they wear out he cuts out some more and claims they beat the teeth dentists make He has asked the government to retire him on a pension and it looks like he is entitled to it Ellzabethtown News The City Council At an adjourned meeting ot the city I council held Monday night the report of the supervisors of the tax list was re celved and adopted The tax rate for the ensuing year was put at the old 1 figure seventyfive cents per one liua f aitowethe bridge and the meeting adjourned s i- ff Ci I 0 DR H J BOON PeimanentDentist Dr Owens OHlce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p in- Clovcrport Ky lAr For Sale11 Tux rlll ipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in- r and get n- DIIt i1o1Perkinsr I L J = = =+ 1NEW l lUlll I ii LiveryI Stable tl f i ft i Kyi ft I 1ew RIJf J New Horsesii M I fIt r f the Depot I If you have any riding or k hhdriving any1 x Feed k furnish youll fim I Wajiill handle Ice also II- S Your patronage will n- al 1 Ibo appreciated fix 1 X 1 jWj j 5m Stephensport Ky it + Trained Minds are in demand by businessmen The SpenceriHn course in Bookkeeping Shorthand and Account ing has been the means by which 12000 graduates are holding re sponsible positions Hundreds are earning over f5000 a year We will send full details rgard iug rates and course to young men and women who will write us Spencerian Commercial School Union National sank liullillni 6th and Main Sts LOUISVILLK KY v Anyone sending neketrb and description may rjiilrklf nsportatri our opinion free whether an Invention Is prnhnbljr pntenlnble Conimunlwi ttomntrictlf rontuionihil HANDBOOK on Pateuts sent free OllIeiit iivcncr fur eocurlll patent Pittance tatttm through Munn Co receive Hxrial Mike without clmrso to the Scientific Jhtierican A huTKlsomotr Hliwlrtted weedy Lnrecst dr million tit nnr NcionttUn Journal Tornn t8 a rear four months FlL Sold byall nowidual- ernIBUHHCo8 New York Ilranoli Ollim 25 FEll Washington Co I PUBLIC SALE G tm 3 1 will offer to the highest M lHer on Friday Dec 23 1910 On the farm known as the Widow Miller farm on the Ilardi nsburg and Cloverport Pike adjoining the Fisher farm the following One Saddle IIurHC one More Milch Cow two Fat lions Sow and Eight Pins 150 Dushel Corn DuOOY Double- Hnrncso Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms Made Known on Day of Sale A E MILLERNOTICE Please do not ask vs to publLhlcan of thanks resolutions or obituaries free K tDont forget to try a News Want Ad 000 uut I I tI MILLION DOLLAR TEMPLE FORI I MASONS OF SCOTTISH RITE IbeoooAncient hnlt Accepted Scot THE Rite of Freemasonry thoII southern Jurisdiction of United States soon will commence the erection of n mammoth I temple In Washington which It Is ex petted will be the largest and most magnificent of Its kind In the world The cost of the site was 104000 and the cost of the new temple when completed will exceed 1000000 Chut uI Ic design the structure will be of I white marble four stories high wit j two basements The building will wI square In shape the frontage hG fEt r x m 8IjJllfllr 1 American Press Association NEW 1000000 MASONIO TEMPLE AT WASHINGTON and depth the same and have a gold dome rising ICO feet from the street levelThe steps leading to the temple will 1be symbolic of the Masonic degrees The plaza which will extend the full width of the building loads from time sidewalk with three stops the firstII rise and live steps to the second fore the terrace Is reached Across till terrace will bo two other rises of seven and nine steps respectively IwhIch will lend to the portals of the entrance On the terrace will rest symbolical and allegorical statuary Over the iimsftlvo portals of the entrance to time O What A Famous Editor Says i faYlorfrutwOOlljlIaAlIzlne these words You ask me to notify if I saw nn opportunity for R safe youII Inert I have it for you I never knew I until now whnt a goo opportunity for I a immune making investment this maga zine afforded You ask me to let in on the ground floor and I am doingII so This II same opportunity is given all I who desire to he H stockholder and a I Iie Subscriber to the TaylorTrotwood Mitgnzine One sue of stock per HUt 1000 and n perpetual subscrip tion to the uiagHzine both for 10 Let us hnve your Older now This oppottunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co Nnshvillr T1 iJout use bt rjth physics The rract ion weikiiis time bowels lends in chronic constipation Get RcguletH Thry npernie cH + ily tune ths stomach cure constipation Uncle Sam Wont Pay The city nutlinrltliM of Leaven worth luau levied a JIll Iul assessment against the federal building In that city They wore surprised to find Inter that a federal building site Is n gov ernment reservation the sovereignty over which hums been ceded by the state and IB therefore not taxable A special appropriation by congress Is necessary to pay for the paving If It Is to bo pnld o OldNNNN NINNNNNNN NNNN J temple will be a golden sunburst the rays of which will lash from the sym bolls double eagle and triangle of tthe thirtythird degree Above this will rise Brent columns thirtythree In all each thirtythree feet high which wll1 support the tnmple on three sides ny well as the entablature from wlilcli rises the square sloped golden dome Knch one of the thirtythree smfo in the southern council will be pro vided with nn apartment on the niii floor MMli room to have separate y bills tend emblems representing er I ut the thirtythree degrees in Musim ry Resides a suit of rooms on 11jWn 0 SCOTTISH RITE to DOHIIS II floor for the grand commander a li brary for 200000 or more volumes will also be provided Then there Is to be the executive chamber forty feet square which will contain thirtythree orchestra chairs for each active Inspector general Time cathedral which will be the crowning glory of the temple will oc copy the entire upper floor of the building The temple will be completed In title for use of the International con ference of supreme councils of the world ttwenty six In all which meets with the southern council In Washing ton In Outobcr 1012 GOLD DINNER SET FOR CLARK Montana Copper Magnate Pays 120 000 For 900 Pieces A firm of Chicago manufacturing Jewelers have shipped to New York what Is probably the most elaborate dinner service In America It was made for former Senator W A Clark of Montana and will be used lu h his 7000000 mansion in Fifth avenue New York It cost 120000 and eon talus 100 pieces Each piece wits espe cially designedI to harmonize with the Clark dining room and the set In eludes service for twentyfourt persons Time order was given two years ago and special workmen and designers were employeI The designs are ex trmnely simple with till exception of- ca olntmrtto monogram of the owner All of till pieces are lined with gold rust are very heavy ii Iortn kas o1e to 3o Knighted by Kr George yhla tn ilrtiuil ipunisht1 cnrnuiltlon honor HIV conferred Hie womenI wliu have heal electH mnyors will resolve along with the other mayors the fur timer distinction of knighthood unusual now for Itheir sex In feudal tines knighthood was often conferred on women mind time custom was continued when there were no feudal duties attaching to the title In Tudor days Mary and Elizabeth v erc knighted before they became queens 25000 Worms to Acre Throw are unarm than 2 000 earth vnrins In an acre of cultivable land The Famous RbaDoes Not Strain the Eyes Dont use a small concentrated light over one shoulderit puts an unequal- strain on your eyes Use a diffused soft mellow light that cannot flicker that equalizes the work of the eyes such as the Rayo Lamp gives and avoid eye strain j The Rayo is designed to give the best light and it does It has a strong durable shadeholder that is held firm and true A new burner gives added strength Made of solid brass and finished in nickel Easy to keep polished The Rayo is low priced but no other lamp gives a better light at any price Once a Rayo User Always One Dtaltrt Earyu terra If not at yours wrfr for deseriptlvf circular to the Marts agtneyolht Standard Oil CompanyIncorporated u j me Cause of Many Sudden Deathst There is a disease prevailing in this country most deceptivc deaths are caused by itheart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often time result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance- thekidneypoison cd blood will at tack me vital organs causing catarrh ot the bladder brickdust or sedinlent in the urine headache backache lame back dizzincssj sleeplessness nervous ncss ot the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day aid to get ap many times during the night IThe ntild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRootsold by all druggists in fiftycent and omme dollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and n book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper oitt make any mistake but remember the name I I sellILET MAID USE YOUR AUTO Or Piano on Afternoon Out and Solvb Servant Problem- In a paper on Time Duties of Mis tresses and Servants rend at a recent meeting of the Irish Womens Suffrage association in Dublin Miss Itelllngham Todd contended that domestic service more nearly approached a mild forum Of slavery than any other occupation The conditions under which a sere not lived lid not compare favorably with the Mivlronmeiit of the salesgirl or clerk One was called a menial find the other a young lady One never know when her work was done while the other hud stated hours Mistresses safd Mss Todd lIgnored tit revolution will Ih had taken place trim treated servimtsas still being of nun fignorant lower sinus when they slrvU be put on the spume footing as busliw girlsMiss Todd was of time opfnlon that servants should be given the use of a piano curd could not nee what objection there was to a servant having a bicy cle or even the automobile placed at her disposal whenever she had an afternoon out listsaltHives rheum sets you crazy Cant hear the touch ofyour clothing Deans ointment cures time most obstinate easel Why suffer All druggist sell it MOROCCO SHORT OF REFORM Sultan Foils Grafters In Army by Shrewd Trick A Tangier correspondent has given an amusing description of the difficul ties which confront the sultan of Mo rocco In his efforts to reform his army The Moorish officers who by all man ner of corruption were able to make u profitable living out of their positions oppose the new system especially as the payment of their men will be taken out of their hands It was only by ordering all the troops Into Fez for an Inspection by himself that the sultan was able to obtain possession of time arms and accouterments of his sol diem as a very considerable propor tion of their rifles etc had been stolen by the officers Desiring to make as good a show as possible at the parade the officers brought out the concealed arms and hired a large number of loafers to servo as soldiers hoping by this moans to Impress the sultan with their excel lent services mind to conceal the fact that they had been drawing the pay of far more men than they really had wider their command Time army appeared upon parade in the palace square the gates were clear cd and the soldiers ordenwi to disarm Ruth take off their uniforms while time dismayed officers saw all time loot cur rled off Into time imiace Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIASHARKIS I Cut In Strips and Sold as Pickled Sea Eel Along North Sea Recent investigation has rbvcalcd the fact that the common shark forms no Inconsiderable item In the food of fisher folk along thp shores of the North sea The consumption last year amounted to nearly a million pounds weight The fish naturally toes not cOmo tc market under Its proper name but Is first smoked or pickled In strips and In this forth Is sold as spa eel The sharks nro captured as they pursue herring or mackerel shoals or He in watt for ray and plaice along time coasts Another coarse nUll contemned fish the pike Is also eaten In large quanti ties under the name green bones so called because or the Intense arsenical green color the piles bones take on when cooked On the shores of the Baltic the devllflijh Is marketed under the high soundlpg designation star geon troutJvl19rt o 4 D1W FORII SALE f fWE1 have three good Jacky wo wish to dispose of Two are three yetis old and ono two years old They are I nicely bred all jet black with white points very short and close lnvir fine size oxtromely heavy hone largo feet big lends and ears These Jacks are in fine condition and IItlhnpcly show are going to disposolof them and theYlwill be sold at bargains 1lrotrust they will find homes injourcounty If you are interested dont write but como and see us t RospectfullyrJ peG ROBERTSON SONS 1 1GLENDEAN KY r F A LV v J trik jNoticejrITO TAX PAYERS IJ LThe State has forced me to settle for taxes as the County is going to 1 force me to settle for them All Lob parties owing me taxes for this yearIand do not pay them by ti 1911 their property will be adverItisedIn the county papers andsold at the Court House door j All persons who have a dog and j willIWjyour dog If you want to save full I payII I Yours respectfully I I Dennie Sheeran I CountyE I USE CARBONATE OF LIME To make live soil Oolitic lingo stone bone dry ground fine as Hour It is immediately effective and cheap KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LIME CO Kosmosdale KYI I I i RURAL TELEPHONES jF I theID1 lYi TelegraphYil niors Line rate k i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 8r TELEGRAPH COMPANY II Incorporated jEE T 7 T Tl DTT T T3Titi T T T 1 f THE FEED THAT FATTENS I High L and Cotton Seed Hulls Write theMEA UGradeI I for prices before buying f t WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 1 SHORTHORNS MULES POLAND CHINAS 1 E We have for immediate sale 3 Shorthorn and 1 Polled Durham bull 12 bred gilts 165 to 240 Ibs 2500 to 3500 A fine lot of broke mules ready forcservice and 10 choice Collie pups iiYY k kliW Moorman Son IneKyI 11- n r Ir rJJJI 1 1Jr i J ai 1 M L 4 0 t t01 t0 J Irao II IGtQ10 Jill Ii0 II II1t 101 II 101 JIlcJOII 10JJIcJOII I Christmas 6iftsForEverybodyu n lI m iaWIIlIUJIIIII Mi See Santa Claus Send Wireless Messages Toys and Dolls in Basement 0 Gifts For Girls Booklets and Christmas Curds fromisto 50c Childrens Fur Sets front 100 to 10 00 Fancy Ink Bottles from 25c to 50o Girls Flannelette Kitnorjas 150 Girls Sweater Coats from r rr 9oc to 2 08 Girls Wash Droses from 50c o 2U8 Handkerchief and Glove Boxes at 25c Kid Gloves lined and unlined 110 Kodak Albums from JOe to G9c Manicuring Implements from 25c to 09c i Misses Tailored Suits from r 750 to 1975- 10cto398Po l Card Albnms Pst Card Boxesnta 198 Silk Ribbed Hose from r 50c to HOc Umbrellas from 50c to 100 Winter Coats from v 498 to 1750 I o Gifts For WomenOf the thousand practical and appropriate gifts for women shown herethe following are suggested Battonberg Scarfs Prow 2 00 to 6 00 Battenberg Table Covers from 7oc to 575 Black Ebony Manicuring Sets 98c n Breakfast Shawls from SOc to SlEW Cashmer Shawls from 300 to 1200 U 0Uhumois Gloves 100 to 125 12nU Colored Wash Waists front SOc to 125 Dress Skirts from 2 98 to 1500 o Fancy Garters eto SOc Fur Sets from 498 to 0500 Gold and Silver Jewel Cased 50c to 15u O Handembroidered Pillows from GOO to 1000 Hose Supporters from N25o to 125 Knit Shawls front 50c to 488 Kid Gloves from 09c to 150 Knit Petticoats from u 50c to 125 Knit Scarfs from 25c to 198 Leather Handbags from 09c to 7 511 o Long Kid Gloves from r S2 50 H 350 Needle Books from 19c to 75c Net and Lace Waists from t 198 to 598 Sewing Boxes from r r 125 to 350 Silk Dresses from r 1500 to 25 0U- k Silk Hose from SOc to 3 48 Silk1 I Vests from SlSO to 2 00 a Silver Toilet Sets fromr r 498 to 1500 n Suede Gloves 150 Sweater Coats from 198 to 1000 U Tailored Linen Waists froma 100 to 550 o Tuffotii Silk Waists fromrr 298 to 7 oO Tailored Suits from 1000 to 3500 White Lingerie Wants from 98c to 4 98 Winter Coats from 498 to 1750 Dresses from 750 to 1500 EUlirool 0 QOD1I ti 10JIlcJOrJlI 10Jllct A HINDU WIZARD His Trick That Puzzled an Occidents Master of Magic Some of thA tricks of the Hindu wizards are past understanding uc cording to an occidental master ot magic who was speaking of his orlen tal rivals This Is what ho says he saw a Hindu wizard do In a club in LucknowHe a board and placed It on four glass goblets thus elevating 1 from the floor A youngster sitting on the board was requested to place Ida hands together palms up Then the Juggler took a glass of water am poured it into the outstretched hand s o of the boy In the meantime the boy had been mesmerized and his ntten tion was fixed on a point Indicated by the magician Gradually the water turned green In color and then dove- ropel into a Jelly which increased I t density until it became as solid as u stone Out of the center of this ap perirod the head of a snake which gradually developed until in the place of the water there appeared a hissing reptile I was amazed I can assun you but the trick was not yet com plctcd Hitting tho repute upon tbi bend with his wand the Juggler took It up carefully and placed it back In the glass As we looked it became transformed into a Jelly which In turn molted Into a greenish colored water Clearer and clearer became tho fluid until it was of its original color anti then the Juggler placed it to his lips and drank tho entire contents This was the most wonderful trick I ever saw performed and It Is as mysterious to mo today us It wati then Cant look well eat well or feel wel With impure blood feeding your hody Keep your blool pure with I Blood Bitters Eat simply take oxer else keep clean and you will have Tong 1fr r Advertising is the Key note of success r i o r fir j QUEER NAMES IN OZARKS Rat Kiddos Spur and Protem Amono Towns Titles In a single Ozurk mountain county I of Missouri this lnrge collection of the literal label IIs shown lint Ink Gang Alley Timber Horse Hollow Slukin Birch Tree Timber and Low Wangle More imaginative perhaps are 11II and Congo Mountain View sents the humorous department for It neithertview nor mountain For shprtlusss of name the region 1liI no less remarkable with such types as Hy All Lon Job Arp Osa Coy Day- fly Ban IIgo Abo mug Roe Sonic times the traveler may have a suspi cion that the towns have been named after the fashion that the Indians la bel their children There are such ex ampler us Coin Groom Notch and FlagSometimes the labels are poetic and alluring Shadygrove Blrdsong and Romance and again they are as far In the other direction as Kiddos Spur Ilugjjc Stone Quarry Hanks nod Smittle For those who know Latin Bona is n good name for a town though Dagonla and Protom may seem radical1 Amazon Indians Use Wireless Indian nf the upper Amazon have veloped wireless telegraphy by means of drums made of hollow logs tfined to varying pitches Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORiA 1l BargainIExasperated you guarantee that this parrot would re peat every word he heard Bird Dealer Certainly 1 did But he docnt repeat a single word He repeats every word he hears butbe hover bears anyHe is as dent as a post- kt r ro rl lij+i 1 1c01 1 W WZ 1iotlA1i u11 tr J1 A 11 i1 AI 11111 IJl PtaWII1 151M 1 BACUN50W1I INCORPORATED ti juuwaUJ T rI al Christmas Gift Books Over 2501111 Christmas GirL Hunks shown on the third floor comprirtiiifr b oks of every description for YOutH IHidffold Special Padded Books at 85c Handsome padded bade gold edge borks poems and prose such titles and writers as follow HiawathaChoice Courtship of Miles Evantfellne ish Lucilo Longfellow 8tanLowell SnowBound Burns and One Oliver Wendell Holmes Favorite Poems Ralph Waldn Rmerson Third Floor Whittier Gifts For Women Bath Robes frnnt 398 to 598 Black Cotton Petticoats from 50c to 2 98 Black Silk Ruffs front 125 to 398 Coat Collars from 25c to 750 Coat Sets from 75c to 125 Crope Kimonas from 125 to 3 98 Dinner Napkins from S5c to 500 Dressing Combs from 25c to 100 Dressing Sacques from 50c to 1 98 Felt Romeo Slippers trout USe to 150 Flannelette Kin nas front 75c tc 298 French Plumes from 200 to 1000 Fur Mulls from 1OS to 2500 Fur Neckpieces from 198 to 35 00 Knitted Mn filers white and colors 25c Linen TuLle Sets from 239 to 1000 1 Manicuring Sots from lOc to 9So Phoenix MuflliTs white tend Colorsr 50i Silk Kinmnas from 498 to 850 Silk PctticiMts from 2 98 to 10 00 Silk Scars from 50c to 475 Stylish Neckwear from 25o to 75- c85cto229Table Linen front Toilet Waters in fancy boxes 25o to 140 Travelers Utility Cases from 95c to 5 00 sIc Willow Plumes from 800 to 3500 =olI JIIr i0i JIII IlLlOr BANKING IN EN3LANDJ Started by London Goldsmiths In the Seventeenth Cuntury The business of banking was not in troduced Into England until the seventeenth century when It began to bo undertaken by goldsmiths In London who appear to have borrowed It from i Holland It was attacked as Innova il tions commonly are Mr Gllbart inl his History and Principles of Banking quotes from a pamphlet published In 1070 entitled The Mystery of the New Fashioned Goldsmiths or Bankers Discovered a passage that may bo reproduced Much about the same timethe time of the civil commotion the gold smiths or new fashioned bankers be gun to receive the rents of gentlemens estates remitted to town and to allow them and others who put cash Into their hands some Interest for It If It remained but a single month In their hands or even a lesser time There wns a great allurement to put money Into their hands which would bear Interest till till day they wanted It and they could also draw It out by tOO or mo etc at a time as they wanted it with Intlnltely less trouble than if they had lent It out on either real or personal security The conse quence was that It quickly brought a great quantity of cash into their hands so that the chief or greatest of them was now enabled to supply Cromwell with money in advance on the revenues as his occasion required upon great advantages totliuiUselves My chill WitS burned tfrriMv shout the face nock mid chest I applied Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil The pain c astd nnd the child sunk lute a restful sleep Mrs Nancy M Hanson Hamburg- N Y An Inside Outing Wlgg The best outing a man can take IB an bllnn trip WaggYes an outing for the Inner man as well Philadelphia Record There 1If no well dolbj no godlike doing Thatt Is not patient dolngTIm I otby Tltrornb p a tIft can noi of the tfian you of of our and when n W A Chinese Hero At Ilslen IsI a statue In full dress of a the pu ting or muster named Chin who gave his life for the people An exile who WitS In the camp at Jno chow and who owed the hslen district a rode a black horse to and having killed the hsien got hack forI the roll call next As the could not he tumid came from the capital that a large number of tho people should be killed To this slaughter of folk the pu ting a good old man said he stabbed the hslen after a few words over the wino cups and he was No of the district would deal the fatal blow but an itin erant cobbler or bamboo worker did It for a reward oj 10 tacls adds that he was struck dead by ping utter the For the results I- JiL II i l1 tIb = L y YYY IiYI iIi UI LJ If you it inconvenient to ghop in perQ 00OI00 them promptly and efficiently f Purchases Delivered Free o Gifts For Boys Boys 25c to 100 25c to 50c Hats 50c to 895 Kid Gloves from SOc to 100 Neckwear at 25c to 50c Overcoats 1 98 to 749 Boys Keofors 198 to 408rr Kompers 25c 45e and 50c Q Suits from 198 to 748 Sweater 49c to 150 Gauntlets 50c 75 and 100 Knickerbocker Pants 50c to 150 o Gifts For Men Allover Leather Rockers 2500 to 2950 Austrian Brass Desk Supplies consisting of Ink Pen Thermometers Stamp etc from 3Oc to 995 Bath from 2 98 to nCcllnrettes1300UChitforoucs from 2800 to Coil Buttons from 50e to 150 Fancy from 50ctol50 Fountain Pens from 7Bc to 500 Holiday Suspenders from 26c to 200 Linen IHandkerchiefs box 50c tAl 50tQSilk Handkerchiefs 25n to Jackets from 250 to 4 60 0 0KidLinen Handkerchiefs from lOc to 50e from 1150 to 4000 Neckwear from 25c to 150 Phoenix Mufflers from 25c to 100 front 100 to 250 Scarf Pins from 2octo100 Shaving Brushes from 26c to 1 25 0 Shaving from 50c to 5 00 Silk Handkerchiefs from 25o to 1 00 Silk Hose from 50c to 100ISilk Reefers from 50c to I Silk Squares fromt 5no to 250 Slippers from 98c to 198 Smoking Jackets front 398 to 048 nSweutel50UUmbrellas from 100 to Fob from 25c to 200 Weathered Oak Pipe 25c to 100 Weathered Oak Smoking Sets 200 to 1500 from 50e to Wool from 200r 101 JllcJOI IIeOI 1lcJOI I 0 GW1IJV Mt1fIiJWfj I A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You 1 1YJ safer investment than a certificate deposit in heII BANKGF CLOVERPORTwit- h iI interest compounded seinianmwlly nod no PIlJmcntiby check heieby always haws OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USAI Wo have a seven year fair dealings with customers always cater to their wants Iconsistent with sound bunking principles AftK VM M vft riJu WIJV Loping draped mandarin police magistrate grudge Loping Tnochow Morning murderer orders prevent Innocent consequently beheaded resident Tradition light leaving execution ground Chlnew Mercury Subscribe Best try News Want Ads find Blouse Waists Boys Caps Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Coats from Bottles Hacks Letter Scales Boxes Robes 498 Shirts Initial Initial each Morris Chairs Raors Stands Watch Hacks Write Shirts Glover 25cto 2111 liedno better record record liII Y I I THE I Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL ti Louisville KyIl + PIKE CAMPBELL Alngr = II IIff Tile most centrally located and only Hrstclass hotel In the city tnBkluiia200ratr Only one bli ek from the princi pal shopping district two blocks from tilt principal theatres Street cars pass tho door parts of thoclty- EverythllJlt neat and toaUII 7 O HEROYALTYPERMANENT U Hardinsburg Kentucky i OFFICE OVER KINCHELOES PHARMACY r IJJJ1 i I V s r PO 1rrlf JIIt 7 J f L i e J ll 11 St f 4HtI Y J IJIIIIMfIIIW di f tlJj t I j R t ca Id i 0 h THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO J Issued Evory Wednesday 1 EIGHT PAGESJ f CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 21 1910 Subscription Prico 100 a your in advance BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lineandJ5 cents for each ad ditionnl insertion 4 CARDS OFTHANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBICUARIES charged for at the rate of o cents per lino money in advanceExamine tho labclon fyour paper If it is not correct please notify us A number of the leading Democrats of tho country met in New York City last wcokand incidentally discussed tho future of the party and tho possibility of a victory in 1912 The asscmolnge was made up of Democratic Governors elected in November last and United States Senators There was a strong feeling that the victory achieved last November would continue with tho Democrats and that a Democrat would bo elected in 1912 Just who will be nominated for the great office of President in tho party cannot now hardly be guessed at but Governor Wilson of New Jersey has a very strong following It is pleasant to reflect in these merry Christmas times politicall speaking that there is an indication of better things The result of the November election told the Republicans stronger than words cnn make the suggeftionthat there would be and now is kind of an up heavel llany who have been so firmly intrenched in high places begin to sit up and take notice While the man whom we want and will elect has not been chosen let us hope tho good Lord will point him out and the Democrats will do the balance The country is sick of Republican plunder President Taft and all those who arc shoulder to shoulder with him see the writing on tho wall Parkland Live Wire published monthly in the interest of the Parkland Improvement Club by Arch Pool and L S Carson made its initialappearance December the twelfth Parkland is a progressive and popular uburb of Louisville and is to bo congratulated onitt journalistic enterprise The i Kentucky Corn Growers Association will hold its first an nual show at Lexington from January 3 to G The premium llist and program is an attractive one to tho farmers FivCihuiidred good roan enthnnitifsts from every section in Kentucky will meet in Louisville December 28 They as well as the editors expect to have good times next Wednesday and good roads later on The Entertainment Committee composed of H W Brown managing director of tho Louisville Convention and Publicity League which was largely instrumental in securing the meeting for Louisville Harry Souttners a director of the Kentucky Good Roads Association and T V Beckmann are working on the entertainment programme IEditor Harry IvIcCurty of the Jessamine Journal is being boost ed by his friends for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State In the matter of faithful service for Democracy Harry has a record that cannot be extolled and he has friends enough in Kentucky to insure his election Ho would be a strong man on tho ticket Wood ford Sun The midwinter meetingfof the Kentucky Press which will be held Wednesday December the twentyeighth at the Seelbach in Louis ville has an extremely interesting program Among those who will deliver addressesi isJMr Clarence Sterrett of the Hancock Clarion 1i f tffS TaxpayersNlT I Notice To Those Who lave II Not Paid 1910 Taxes I IYou have now let the penalty I I go on and you should stop the I cost of this right where it is I I am at my office all the time II and you can stop inland payany II day II Dont forget that everything ji- lI must be paid up by Jan 1 1911 II as Mr Sheeran is looking to me to II do my duty and I shall try to do it I LII COME INII R 0 PERKINS D DistrictL SII =EJj rrt Public Sale IfoioftP 4 r1RYSK1P70fiMC mgr R 1t II Stock Crop and Farm ing Implements v v Wednesday Dec 28 1910 Having sold my farm known as the Hardin Farm 3 I12 miles Southeast of Cloverport I will on the above named date sell without reserve to the highest bidder 1 pair good mules 1 pair 2yearold German Coach mares Sow 8 pigs pure Duroc Jerseys Corn Hay Brown Leg horn hens also a nice suit of Furniture and lots of other things Also one Spider Photon Buggy and one other buggy Terms Made Known on Day of Sale Sale begins at 10 oclock I J W STONE His subject is The OneMan Ollice Mrs Ella Hutchinson Ell wanger who is engaged in newspaper and magazine work in Louisville will speak on Your Home Paper A large attendance is expected and besides the business features of great benefit there shall be some social affairs on the program We are glad that Secretary of State Bru nor speaks out in meeting and tells the truth on some of the gang at Frankfort The fact is Bruner has the brains of this state administration anyhow Will the members of the City Council stop long enough to pro vide some sort of lire protection for Uloverport That was a brave set of fellows that fought the lire Sunday morning What they needed was better equipment The talk of that railroad from Ellmitch to CloyoYpOrt has been revived All the factories of Owensboro are busy nod running oil full time Owensboro is a good town The Jeffersoniau issued last week a historical and Christmas sup element which showed great labor and much thought on the part of the editors Messrs Alcock Tho edition contained several interest log articles one by Uol E Polk Johnson 1 Tho Hartford Republican and the Woodforcl Sun were arrayed with brilliant holiday panes last week and reflected the Christmas spirit The News man is indebted to Henry Cushman Raymond and John Avitt Lodiburg for courtesies extended May they have a happy Christmas and many good things for the New Year I Programme Of Ali- dwinter Meet K P A Louisville Ky December 2829- A Now Form of Cash BookSam uel Judson Roberts Lexington Leader Your Home Paper rMrs Ella Hutchison Ellwanger Frankfort Kentucky State University Chief Justice Henry S Barker of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals The Next General Assembly Col Green R Keller Caslisle Mercury Tax RsvisionArthur Y Forl LouisvilleTurning over a new leaf Marma duke B Morton managing editor Nashville Tenn Banner Buried Treasure Prof C J Nor wood Lexington Ky Geological Sur veyWhat is newsJohn J Barry Paducah News Democrat Tribulations R L Westover Williamstown Courier Buisness Building Round Table Conducted by M P Conlov Louisa NewsLooking for the profitsJ G Cun ningham Middlesboro Record Elevating the Standard Wallace Drown Bardstown Standard- A Oneman Olllce1 Clarence Ster rett Hawetsville Clarion Cooperation1 Round Table Conducted by T Sanders Orr Harrods burg Republican The Mechanical DepaVtment Ben B Cozine Shelbyville Nave Rural Schools in KentuckyJ B McFerran Louisville Illiteracy in Kentucky the real Status of the Question M OSulii f H fr van Shelbyville Sentlnei The entertainment features arcSin the hands of the Louisville Convention and Publicity League and include a theater party for the editors and their ladles Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal ca tarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membrane that lines the air pass ages It Is made to overcome the dis ease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocaine nor mercury In It Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it Price CO cents Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New Yor- kSubscribe Right Now Christmas Rates Reduced rates from Cloverport Dec 15 10 17 21 22 23 24 26 31 Jan 1 good to return Jan 8 to local points on L H St L R R In Kentucky Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per linn Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use v f i nII T II a- Ih ir I f Uiir m r J 1 A r MAY YOU HAVE A PERFECT CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPER 11OUS YEAR OF NINETEEN HUIlt DRED AND ELEVEN I I II 4 FJT J 1 I I IIl = us a large patronage during the last twelve months and at our J I recent holiday sales We will give in the years to come the best i IIyouworld produces for the mercan trade Seek our store and you rp rfe shall always find splendid values 1 courteous treatment and your own interests shall be looked after with J personal attention ii I I rwwe n 1 h I I ED ALEXANDERf F c KENTUCKYc p l WHY 1892PureSpunAluminum Iipo Kitchen WarewiJIs Better Than Adate or EnamelhBecause it is sanitary and saves yourndmoney time and health The genuine en spun aluminum ware stamped with the I Maltese Cross will outlast any other cook the ing utensils and is guaranteed by the mo makers for twentyfive years 1 kenItI I danger of metal poisoningcannot chip r into the food because pure SPUN Alum Ne mun expands with the heat and will notwot1 crack scale or peel like the old style waret slat Enamel ware is iron coated with col ItmII ored glass Heat causes the glass to chip 1- 1oft I into the food in minute particles whichFridtaken into the stomach is apt to causeint viletL serious troubles including cancer accordf loli ing to some medical authorities will 1892 Pure Spun Alrmirvm Ware is made from solid Aluminum hrntghcatno itCIcoating of glass and expands uniformly under heat It cannot crack scale pcdl like the out of date enameled utensils it does away with all possible danger from this source You owe it to yourself and to every r member of the household to give this new and better kitchen ware a practical test If it fails to do what is claiued for it you get your money back without a quibble or a cross word r At your dealers JULIAN H BROWN Cloverport Ky j if PJlymouthRockslen fRockf Mrs W R Moorman Glendeane Kys j i rt rWe Print Everything from a Newspaper to a blalj J News Want Ad t difif Anything fo Sellconyincdd that tttiy will pity- rr O litIJI II fi r e 4 J III I CATARRiiI1IElys Cream Balm is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Onco It clenuse sootlies Protectstbo brnno resulting from Catarrh and drives I awaya Cold iu the FEVrIRstoresTastu and Smell Full size GO cts ntDrug gists or by mail In liquid1 form 75 cents Ely Brothers CG Warren Street New York THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORCMI ADVERTISING BY THE tterI t ti GENERAL OFFICES nEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALLrin PRINCIPAL CITIES Ue Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DEC 21 1910 M11St 7sisa5tteit kktama niisaitsat iiLTLocalTr S M71Si ItAil lAilililA +tAlRitlRilil iAili9tiAi0C- t Ed Morrison was in Louisville Mon dayPhonet 32 R for all kinds of hauling PierceA Hardin of Lodiburg was in Louisville Friday WantedElm and Oak timber T F Sawyur Mrs John A Ross went to Louisville Monday shopping lOc Candy at T F Sawyer Miss Katie Hinton is quiet ill at her hom on the pike Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson spent Friday in Louisville f New Orleans Molasses new crop at f F Sawyer r I Clarence Penlck of Irvington was in West Point Friday Phone 112 R for trunks transferred PierceJ OConrell and two sons went to Louisville Monday to see Santa Claus Fresh oysters and celery best in town at the English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Z T Cox of Ekron were in Louisville Friday v Floyd Whitehouse has gone to Mar tinsville to be treated for rheumatism Miss Dee Basham is home at Skill man from Monticello for the holidays Addis Kramer will visit at Stephens port during the Christmas holidays Deputy Sheriff R0 Perkins and wife went to Webster Monday Best lunch in town for the money at the English Kitchen Russell Murray will go to Rockport Ind to spend Christmas with his par entsH t Winter and family who bought the Mudd from near Irvington were moving in Monday Mrs Henry and Mrs John Wendel ken and Mrs Skillman were in Louisville Friday Mrs Rosa Whitehouse visited The News ollice Monday and is a charming woman not old although she does not Maim to be very young She is much improved in health Mr and Mrs Frank Carter will leave Friday to spend Christmas at her home in Louisville A special entertainment will be given in their honor by Prof Kollros Before returning home they will visit at Basin Springs I Mr and Mrs John Matthews of Philadelphia and J W Owen of New Orleans will spend Christmas with Dr and MrsvJ T Owen Call at Slpplcs Shoe Store for win ter holsery and shoes i Mr and MM Roy Huyser of Cincin nati are expected next week to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Fostvr Heyser A Christmas gift that comes fifty two times a year The Breckenrldyo News j William White will arrive home from Winchester to spend Christmas vacat ion with his mother Mrs IEmma Skill manA new line of winter shoes for ladies and children at Sipples Shoe Store Miss Nellie Burks goes to Owensboro every day ti attend business college and is getting along well with her studies Fireworks fruits and candles at low est prices English Kitchen Mark Parquette will return home from college at Owensboro to spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs Nace LewisStop at the Carleton House when you go to Huwesville Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs will arrive from Hunnington W Va to visit during holidays at the home of nis par entsBuy Sippols Shoes and help some young lady get a Piano Mrs Francis Thompson was called to Elrado Ill last Thursday to see her grandchild who is very ill Telephone your Christmas s items to the News office whether you take the News or nut Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman and daughter Miss Elizabeth will ar rive from Morganfield the litter part of nextt week to visit Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman Special low price on candies will be made to Sunday schools and schools for Xmas at Sawyers Miss Tattle Milliner of Brecken ridge county is the guest of Mrs Thos J Minary Louisville Post Willis Green of Falls of Rough re I turned home from Louisville Friday night i Mr and Mrs R C Beauchrttrp of Falls of Hough announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Gertrude to Mr S T Cook of Leitchfield which took place yesterday Mrs Sam Watkins of Owensboro was the guest of honor at the Ladies Reading Club last Thursday afternoon when Mrs Randell was hostess at The Cloverport Hotel Miss Mildred Babbage will arrive hme this afternoon from Nashville Tenn where she has been attending Belmont College Miss Vela I inius who has been teaching at Hardinsburg and Carl Tinius who has been in North Dakota two yetis will spend Christmas at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs Jas Tinius Misses Annie and Lizzie Tinius of Holt will visit Mr and Mrs Jas Tin ius before moving to their new farm near Hawesville Miss Alma Perkins Is In Louisville this week the guest of Miss Mayme HawkinsAllen and mother Mrs Robt Pierce and Miss Mayme DeHaven went to Louisville yesterday Mrs Tony Nicholas Mrs Harry Morrison Mrs David Mattingly Mrs John Newbauch and Mrs Harder spent Monday in Louisville DOE For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph made for ChristmasI Beautifuland Artistic Work L Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Will be in Irvington ky January 5 6 and 7 Mrs John Lillard nnd Mrs Frank English were here from Skillman yes terdayAll deeds and mortgages prepared and acknowledged V G llabbajje Notary Public Mss A Louise Uabbage and John Babbage Jr will attend the Kentucky Press meeting in Louisville ntxi week V G BrtbbHgo represents one of the best collecting agencies in the state All bills notes arid accounts receive prompt service Mrs Frank C Ferry is doing excell ent work as Secretary With Mrs Charles F Fitch as President and Mrs George Grant nod Mrs H V Larrimore MS Vice President the League can count upon dignity and ability In the chair nt all times Parkland Live Wire C G Brnbandt the Photogragher will be in Irvington January 5 J5 and 7 1911Mr and Mrs Hardaway nnd son William Glen and Miss Allene Qarda I way will sp na Christmas at Bewley villa with iMr nnd Mrs A T Harda way See the assortment of Fruits and candies at Sawyers Mr and Mrs George Hu Relic Fair leight and children who have been living in Philadelphia for the last three years will make their home In St Loil+ after the first of the year Mr Falrleigh hes been transferred to the St Louis office of the United States Cast Iron Piping Company Apples Rome Beauties Wine Saps Keifer Pears Oranges Bananas and Cocoanuts at T F Sawyer Special low prices will be made to Sunday Schools and Schools on candies for Xm ts at T F Sawye- rRAYMOND NEWS Mrs Georgia Wallace of Troy Tenn is visiting her mother Mrs Alex Chappell a tended the dance at Irvin Chisms near Lodiburg Saturday night Mr and Mrs Ezra Lanman will leave in a few days for Kowler Colorado to make that their home Oscar Lanmau has been visiting rclI atlves in this neighborhood for several daysRoscoe Norton is moving on his place I he purchased of Allen ClaycombI Big Reduction- in Coat t1800 OUatt 1250 i SuitX850at i S7r0 atI750 50 i l + + 1 p i Writsi i II 1 t J h + For Sale or RentIFarm FA taulICuthnanI For Sale Farm otIIhl 1 ua4IthltnOhestnottosiMlutlo 110011 tr s Will tall tIwth farmI I IbislatinJfrrunllltI mepFor Sale or Trade mlhsfUlrpllll froinStopli port iidJoipiiK tliuitu Brown p ace fortnurly owned DV Win Cnrr ivlorcd Wlil soil IT Oruvo3IUI For Sale Large Red Jersey Boar FOIt SOLEA limo red Jorsey oars aced IrnrrnI1rnnFarmFor Sale r= IIIUrnherKiwi1 water one uni n Imf mllos from Clo vtrnort on till pike further particulars will uryrrlto Ino lII Ilabbairu Cloverport Kontupky For SaleScholarship BowlingOreon NawsOloverport For Sale Cheap F WhltofOlhotll Lodlhl1r rAD arrts rOO r I The BiggestI I IIshowing we aYel 4ever made in i ttXMAS JEWELRY r j I I Drug Co 1 t 4 ft s Chris Ahl of Hnrdinsburg was in this neighborhood Friday and Satur day crying Fales At Ezra Lanmans Friday and J E Mercers Saturday Henry Cashman was at Askins and Rockvale last week putting up and sell ing stones Jerry Basham and family and Eu gene Pollock left last Wedneseay for Chula Vista Calif The Misses Sutton of Webster attended Sunday 9chool here Sunday Proctor Knott contemplate a trip to New Madrid Mo in a short time J D Babbage our jovial editor was at the sale Saturday handshaking with his many friends and soliciting sub scribers for the News Andrew Driskell school Supt visited the school here last Thursday and gave a very interesting talk Health of the neighborhood is very good at this writing Mr and Mrs Wm Chappell and Mr and Mrs Henry were In Irvington Monday looking for Santa If the best hnot too good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Long Coats a pricefromto cloaks 00fronti Calicoes calicoes d- Hoosiorcotton holtSc a Hope a nG Lr J In Which to Select That Present IDOI l1 NOWII Wishing One and all Merry lIl Iti to IYours PleaseII I J C NOLTE BRO f g KYJn u n Excellent Christmas Sale J E1 E A usefullarticle is most accoptnblo present iis a joy to receiver Clever wearing apparel is iilfo appreciated Dainty Handkerchiefs neat and expensive in wayof are charming to all dressers are making many special holiday season Furs 1l50tit 4r50atI Scarfs Scarfs to 38c15c Ladies Hats at I Cost Ladies Hand 50lomi j Cloaks i 50tlucedI I i i Tailored Suits Ladies Tailored to tilU 1550 Ladies Gloves Ladies s25cMufflers Boys Caps Mens Gloves greatly WNltteetlpricos I Artistic furnishings are attractive presents Beautiful lino lamps at 23rIIighcst market price produce I GB W PAYNE Ky tNdV wlAWW II tluAII IA WJ tv M1t11 Ve MNt rM Mike Alexanders Store Your It Christmas Buying Headquartersyour gifts useful practical sortrfhis sort will in exceedingly interesting attractive variety at ALEXANDERS Our bargain store is MAKE filled with articles suitable Christmas giving practical useful articles that mean so touch to both recipient and giver Youre undecided what to give A visititq ALEXANDERS store will quickly and satisfactorily answer that question Youll lied here just articles that when seen will convince you that theyre just what you want to give Varieties here arc unlimited articles exceedingly active and lowno our prices will greatly increase giftgiving power of your Christmas ALEXANDERS is store that has a Mother Father your Grandparents your Sister your Brother your Sweetheart your Wife Old Clans monoyIIDecks Action and you will find Alexanders easiest place in Meade or Hrcckonridgo to do your Christmas shopping HOME SWEET HendryLawrence Ladies Suits Suit 1250 1000 suit at Suit 1or Severs Cashman Ladies Wo Still have good run of 1250 Childrens in hear Etc All 5c per Yilt by the yard cotton 8i yard a CLOVERPORT iStL the und the Ties more gifts the Clothing good We oilers for tho Ladies froth Baps Hand house of ftVVtJffN Store great Santa Mens and Boys Clothing You only have a yourChristnlns putitI can suit and lit both ut lowest Ask to see th- oKIRSCHBAUM all wool line of clothing cloth andlmaIto fully guaranteed at prices that you much superior goads These goods will give perfect satis l3igline 4 made Suits from u i 50c mulllers25cI i caps38ci at Si 00l501 t 75c for Stephensport i i1 n f to W Big the you find and the the atti the s of the the gift and has the for the 4- t i ri few more you you tho l pay for for 50ir for for Table IEtcI table Napkins scarfs and dresser towel scnrfIIlino to select fro- mCandies and NutsIIDo nut forget headquarters for all these goodies for your Christmasbprices lower than nlosweaot the t r J I JI 1 II i r 11 r J i r M r I r II j ad 1 t 1 if i LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS FROM THOSE WHO WILL HANG UP THEIR STOCKINGS SATURDAY NIGHT I Want Billy Goats All Kinds of LI I 1 I Candies Fev Wonders of T i With Eager Hea Want All Kinds of Animals Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a rifle a bill drur an automobile a barn with all kinds of animals a great bill engine with car Be sure to bring a baseball suit an organ top tool set a cannon and fireworks lie sure and come Your little friend Geo Dana Lyddan Irvitigton Xy Wants Three Dolls Dear Santa Claus Will you please bring me three dolls one with mutt and fur one with a pink dress and a big one at Mr Gardners doll sewing machine chair piano and song book Teddi bear doll buggy with top doll house Please bring candy and nuts I will be a good little girl With love None Leona Lyddan Irvington Ky Lives at Stephensport Dear Santa Claus As Christmas iis- I near I will write to you to tell YOU what I want I want a doll and a little dol dresser a race roma camon one package of Ore crackers candy oranges bananas figs 1 cocoanut nuts of all kinds So I will not ask for any more From your I little friend Vanda West Stephensport KyJust Five Dear Santa Claus I am a little gir five years old I try to be a good little girl Will you please bring me allttli gold watch a doll buggy a set of dol furniture a set of little knives and forks some candy oranges bananas figs Now please Santa do not forge mama and papa and grandpapa wt live with him Your little girl Bessie Muriel Tinius Mattingly Ky I Will Be at Bacons Dear Santy Plese bring me drum pistol caps fire wirks canda ornges nuts Dont forget mama and papa Bring them something nice and mama is goin to Louisville Monda to talk to you so YOU can be at Bacons son I am 8 years old and obie good Barry 3Jattingly First Letter Dear Santie Claus This is my first letter to you Ii am a little boy 5 years olde and are oRe sweet two that is what my aunt Ella tells me every day Now I will tell you what I would like very much to have a little train home Irish mail fire works candles oranges nuts Now dont forget my two little brothers Harry and Robert I think Robert wants a rubber doll and bring Harry the same and dont forget to bring mama and papa a automobeal and aunt something nice to So good by James Gregory A Good Little Girl Dear Santy As Christmas is near ii will wright you what i want i want a big doll go cart ring candy oranges nuts and dont forget my little sisters Mary Elizabeth and Ante Kraner bring Mary Elizabeth the same asi and Anie Kraner a rubber doll a neckless set of pins with chane We are all good girls Nell Lewis Mattingly Cloverport Want Few Things Dear Santa Clause IIam a little lrlll1 years old and would like for you to bring me a few things forChrismas I want a pair of leggons a sweater two yards of ribbon a big doll oranges bannas candy and some rasins Your loving little girl Mattye Morris Holt Xy Six Years Old oj Dear Santa Clause I am a little boy 0 years old and would like very much for you to bring me a wagon pistol and and a top and some caps oranges candy bannas and a cocoanut and please Santa dont forget me Your it loving little boy Robert Morris Holt Ky Far Away Dear Santa Clause As Im a littleI j Kansas boy 5 years old and far away from home I wish you would send meti wagon pistol caps and everything nice to cat Express the things to kHaviland Kansas I am your little friend Geo H Moore i A Musician t i Dear Santa Clause I am a little bo years old and knowing that you are II ear good Santa to bring little boy 14I cc good things please bring me the i i Automobiles Trains I ninials Oranges r I Books Desired but I lyland Longed for rtsIfoiling nice presents Christmas A fiddle a pistol a tool box a train some nice candles nuts oranges and Dear Santa bring Sister Mamie a nice story book and some nice candies and nuts I will go to bed soou and gb to sleep Your loving boy Joe Basham Lodlburg KyTo Old Santa Dear Santa I thought I would write you a few lines to let you know what I want Please bring me a doll and a pair of vases a little wash stand and some roman candles some wax From your little friend Bridget McGovern Free Ky Letter to Santa DearSanta I thought I would write you a few lines to let you know what I vant Please bring me a doll and pair of vases and some candy and oranges Ire crackers and roman candles and some wax From your little friend Myrtle Snyder Free Ky Foijjot To Signi ills Name Dear Santa Claus I will write and tell you what I would like to have for Christmas I would like for you to bring me a knife and a ring and cand ics oranges bananas nuts firecrack ers and dont forget my little sister Mary Geneva Sbe wants a ring a loll and a doll buggie I live about 1l miles from Stephensport Willl Close Ills Eyes Tight Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy 6 years old and live near Stephens port Please dont forget me I want a little wagon and some raisons figs nuts and oranges bananas and candies ocoanut I wll go to bid early and lose my eyes tight and will not peep at you Your little boy Joii Stewart Stephensport A Grateful Boy Dear Santie Claws I am a boy 9 years old I am living with gran paw 1Yi miles from town I hase been gong to school I love my teacher Mr esie Walls I still thank you for the neny pretty things you rout me last Christmas Will you pleas come again and bring me some ornges nuts nd andy and such other things you think would suit meEvert Stewart Steph nsport Wants A Train Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a rocking horse a train on track team engine toy pistol sweater and please Santa dont forget to bring me a amb and all kinds of fruits and sweet andies and Santa please dont forget my three little brothers and little sister I am a little boy nine years oldJack I umphrey Patesville Ky Mighty Good Girl Dear Santa Claus I am a mighty good little girl T mind my pappa ant and mamma well and doe not fight ml little brothers a bit My name is A mandy Evelyn Cox I am the oneli little girl mama has Now Dear Sant please bring me a big doll that can IlO to sleep and a cradle for it I would like for you to bring me a bracelet ant some candy and bananocs and nuts and now Dear Santy dont forget me I live at Sample Ky Your little girlA manda Evelyn Cox Wants A Gun Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy 5 years old I would like for yet to bring me a triecycle and a big gum ball and a pare of gum boots a gun that will shoot like papas and that is all I want but I have two little broth ers that cant write Dear Santa bring Gorman a rockey horse candy oranges bananes and the little baby brother a alter and some candy Bring mama end papa something and Uncle Clint something to Your boy Wilbur Cox Remembers Teacher Dear Santa I am a little boy five years old and I want you to bring me a little automobile that you can wind UPtI a box of building blocks Dont forget JMissJj Maurice Oconnell An Appreciative Boy i Dear Saunto I should 1 ke for you to bring me a sleigh a pair of ice skats a game and if you have anything left nise for a little boy nine years of age would appreciated by your little friendRaymond Oconnell Tries To Be Good Dear Santa Clause I am a little boy 0 years old and I go to school and I try to be a good boy I will tell you what I want I want you to bring me some oranges bannas and candy some romancandles and fire crackers and a pair of lognlns and a big cake for grandmomm and grandpap They i will be here so by by Santa From your little boy William Melvin Scrog gins Kirk Ky I Wants An Organ I Hello Santa ClauseI will write to you ardtjll you just what I want iI for Xmas 1 want a little auto and a1rlan songbook and a doll so it can help me sing bring me some orangee bananes nuts and every thing good to eat I dont guess you have forgotten when I saw you at Mr W C Moor man store at Glendeane last Xmas Your little girl Annie Laura Jolly I KyIvV ill Be At Grandfathers Dear Santa Clause I am a little boy eight years old and will tell you where you will find me Xmas I will be out to my grandfathers Be sure and come and bring me a tryclcle some caps to shoot in my pistoll lots of nice nuts fruits and all hinds of candy raisons and every thing good to eat HOWDY and dont forget my good old grandpa King him some teeth so he can eat candy with us and a pair of socks and- a pair of specks so he can see how to play fllntch From a little boyMilt- on Tate Jr Hardinsburg Ky Wants Billy Goat Dear saucy i am a little Boy seven rears old i am livin with my ant at Molt i want you to bring me a waggf n and a little billy goat some candles nuts and oranges dont forget to go and see mv little brothers and sisters they live close to Stephensport I will be a good boy and please dont forget- to come from your little boy Gay- Hendrick Holt Dont Want Much Dear Santa Clause I am a little girl 8 years old I want a doll Barrage and- a set of dishes candy oranges Banas ocoanuts romancannons package of fire crackers I have to little brothers lont forget them Your little Friend settle H Dowell 121 1011U 101 III 101IIDI ANNOUNCEMENT Q 1 IRVINGTON COLLEGE iO Irvington Kyo I T11F Irrinjiton College requires that the nnrnml depart I11 11rnent of this institution bo given the most careful 0 consideration The work will be of the highest order thoroughly practicalanal uptodittc- 1ho tourso includes Psychology Methodology History ii- all of Education and Child Study Teachers taking a part or this course mtV secure county or State certificates An rt 0able instructor has been secured to present the common 0 I1 IpaltI instructed teachers I phy Reading Elocution and Oratory will be presented by the president of the college Teachers may enter at any Iil tunic and find classes to suit their needs Classes will he I12 small work thorough Board and tuition reasonable and 0- U Isatisfaction to honest worker Primary IforI U tensive and extensive reading will lie emphasized busy work o I exemplified and the childmind will bo seen to evelope psy ln chologically For further information call or addressjnIij OOWini M MARTIN President or W J PI660TT Sec and Treas JJ I 0 I Q01 OOLQ01I I I I SCOTCH COLLIESti t IA registered Scotch Collie puppie makes an acceptable Christmas I a great companion for children nnd will do one mans work on DreentjWe ship pup and you pay for same on arrival and when you lire sllti fiedGPLANTERS HALL KENNELS Glendeane Ky Ia Wants No More II Dear Santa Clause I am a little boy 1 year old I Want a little gun and a rubber ball candy oranges Banas Figs romancannons fire a rackets cocoanut So I will not ask for any more From your little friend Roy L Dowell A Doll That Sleeps Dear Santa Claus I will tell you what I want for Xmas I am a little girl six years old I want a doll that will go to sleep I want u doll dresser candy oranges bananas nuts of all kinds arid roman cannons raisins lastl of all dont forget my little nephew and niece Charles Edward Margret Alline Dowell be sure and bring them some thing nice be sure and come I will be a good girl and go to bed early and shut my eves tight your friend Eva L Wet Stephensport Ky A Little HouseKeeper Dear Santa Claus I am a girl eight ears old I want you to bring me a doll a little tub and board a stove and lamp all kinds of candy oranges and bananas your little girl at McQuady Ky Veva Wioberry Will Be Good Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy four years old I want you to ring me a wagon a pistol a teddy bear and a trickle candy oranges bananas figs nuts raisins fire crackers roman canels I will be a good boy and go to bed early Your little boy Willard Whoberry McQnady Ky Just Four And No More My Dear Old Ssaty Clause Will drop you a few lines to let you know Continued on page seven I I HOLIDAY GIFTS 11II- Our complete display of I I Diamonds Watches IRings Silverware and fiJ Novelties in JewelryI IsliIfsend for our catalogue goods warranted and at AllII prlCosMC M WISEMAN SON 130 W Market St Between 1st and 2nd LOUISVILLE KYt POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINElyritten So You Can Understand GiiI 300 Pictures Everyii 400 250 ArtIcleSM onthiwonderful story of the Progress of this Mechan cal Are Instructive but more fascinating than my fiction A magazine for Bankers Doctors Lawyers Teachers Farmers Business Men Manufacturers Mechanics Has 1200000 readers every month Interests everybody v hen you see one ou understand why Ask the man who reads It Your newsdealer will show you one or write the publishers for a free sample copy the Shop Notes Ieiof 20 pages easy ways tellsIII =thlniSlIow to make repairs and articles homo and shop etc Amateur Mecilanlcslopagesteilahaw to make furniture wireless boats engines magic and all i the things a boy loves i 150 per year single cotta 15 carts ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or AtJdreM OPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE 223 Washington St Chicago I I ii Send Today for Price= List of Something That Most Every Man Wants at t = I t i Some Time or Anotherbei e wr iVJi 0 La F R D CO 715 Main Stry mi do ke i s t Evansville IndyI Ft r L I I I c1 J v 0 I 44 lnp r 01 v I 0 i 07Jmq O41V63YaL3 C3DARQTTIeC Ri3f6CiR717mC3D lOt XSSJeCVQS6C3 4J CWa76C3W J6C737S1mC I- rl Velcome to I I1 Our Christmas Celebration1 ANTA CLAUS has made his headquarters atjJ Jour S I i and we have the largest line of Holidays Goods I- I1 1 1store here I I Christmas Gift for Every Member of the Family Ijjjacaza I Practical Useful and Beautiful Assortment of I 11 Presents for Old and Young I rITOYS for I I j The Baby 1t1li Books for Boys and Girls for I I Grocery largely stocked with Candies Fruits and I4sza Ill tthatsGood to Eat IWftnarm J 11Make out your list to whom you want to remember Christmas morning and a glance at I dWBSSfiSP TJ i stock will assist you in deciding what to give yourfriends Along withyour Christmas 1 11 shopping help someone to get the FREE PIANO i 11Votes on the Piano given i Q with Christmas Trade 11iVote for your IJI Best Friend Clothes the Grown Folks Department Everything OK Nomination C AlOORMAN wish as candidate understand is obligate me alldII UatcvAddress i o I WC MOORMAN Glen Dean Ky I I llmIBllUmfIBJDJDiI lIiIBl xlRIBaJ miSJ 1 I I W H BOWMEK President A B SKILLMAX Cashier CashieriTHE OLD RELIABLE If I BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 i I 38 years I of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics und paid every f legitimate claim to its fiillUmount on demand Never scaled a check I Vn absolutely Sate Place to do Business 3 per cent Time Deposits jnj DIRECTORS I v it A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W II Bowmer le t tJuoC Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher lI liiito r J 41 Ia tq EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank accountII- jj E kt 0 WHY I = rDecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays t v It gives you abettor standing with business men ir r Money in the bank strengthens your credit i A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save J4 V This bank does alll the bookkeeping t Your bank book IS a record your busmessI At To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our services I The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky i L r 14 w Jy Letters From Santa Continued frjm page slv 111 yyhjU I want for Xmas lam a little boy four years old and I am a good a t boy I help my mamma and papa to wotk1 carry In wood and build fires wilyou please bring me a little stove j Iam a great boy to be around ray i h mamma in cooking and play with rav- II dolls I have not a sister nor brother i and I am a spoilt baby I waited stove 4 kettle and a set dishes some candy j e i Wellii Ti Ky r 1 f Wants A Goat r Santa Clause I will tell you 4 cY Iis 1II l what I want for Xmas T am a little boy six years old and haft to go to school after Xmas Bring me a little wagon and a goat to work in my wagon fore and my brother Milton to drive to our school and back to dinner Bring lots of good eatables Bring grand mother Tate at Hardjnsburp some tally and grand mother Woe Some niger toes I will go to bed early shut my eyes tight and will not peep You little boyAmel Louis Tate till Wont Peep Dear Old Santa I am a little boy 8 years old and when you come Xmas 1 would like for you to bring me a fire engine a pistol and some caps 5 rom an dandles 2 packages of firecrackers candy oranges bananas nuts and all II H l I 1 I t f I NILE OUT OUT OUT AND MAIL BUINa TO OUU STORK I COUPCOIW Glen Dean Ky gm- II to nominate in your piano contest I that this merely a nomination not a vote does not in any way Name tfHrj on 1 ing vy of of f a kinds of nice fruits I have a little sister four years She would like a big doll with blue eyes and curly hair candyorangesevery thing that would please a little girl Please dont forget papa and mama We will eo to bed early shut YourlittleLives In Cowsheel girlfourCowsheelabigonebringyou have got both of them I would be glad nlittleorangesbananascandyand JustbringwillbeawfulgirdCarrieJ Mae jackson Cloverportf d ri t 1 f Cant Work When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work and are tired discouraged and CarduitheCardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of pure vegetable herbs j0CARDUI The Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I myhousework muchforI much for me Your druggist sells Car dui Get a bottle today Found a Place The billposter had one poster left and no conspicuous place to put ItIHo stood on the corner anti wondered what ho should do with It Presently nit Italian woman carrying n big load of wood on her head passed by Bettor thuii a Broadway elcctrlcI tower for my business said heITaste brush and paste were requisitioned the poster was clapped on the perambulating wood pile and for OtIteen minutes the ever curious roadIway crowd stopped turned and even followed to loam sOlUethlngla out the commodity that was advertised Iu that novel manner Now York Sun Ch lidr n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Subscribe today fiwB C r fl I I Jr o IIJ f WORK OF ROAD RESURFACINGMcfhoJs Different Iti I Can Be Done PENETRATING AND MIXING Where the Traffic Is Not Excessively Heavy a Mixture of Sand With Heavy Asphaltic Oil Makes Good Road In a Locality Where Sand or Sandy Gravel Prevails One of the big problems that con fronts rondbullders today Is tIle resur facing of the highways yhen the first sign of wear becomes noticeable The voids may bo flllod by either the penetration or tho mixing method Un der tho penetration method the second1 course is laid and rolled lightly after which heavy nsplmltlc oil Is applied preferably by means of spraying machines using sufficient quantity to fill1 nil Iho voids but not to flush the sur face Stono screenings or coarse sand are then applied over the whole and thor oughly compacted The thickness of this course Is ordinarily about twa inches and requires about two gallons to the square yard of surface Under the mixing method the second course of stone Is first coated with the bituminous material and is then sirond to such depth that It will be about two Inches thick after rolling The additional cost of a road con structed by the penetration method Is about 14 cents and by the mixing method about 20 cents per square yard above the cost of tho ordinary wnter bound macadam road both of these es timates being based on the use otn heavy residuum oil For Heavy Traffic In cases whore the traffic Is extremely varied and heavy loads are trans ported It Is preferable to uso a nearly pUrl asphalt In which case the addi tional cost is about 2Ji cents per square yardThe above methods are also used for resurfacing old macadam roads the method of procedure being practically the same as in constructing new roads If tthe old road Is worn badly and contains Irregular holes the low places 01 holes are patched with stone only or with stone mill oil combined tamped and rolled Into place after which the new top course Is placed Another method of resurfacing worn out macadam roads is to mix heavy asphaltic oil and gravel then spread Ing the mixture on the road to such depth that It will he about two inches In thickness after rolling This meth od Luis been used in Maser jhusetts with the greatest success and some roads that were treated by this meth od two years ago show absolutely no change at the present time and are in perfect condition- In connection with this gravel and oil treatment it may be well to men tion the fuel that It lias been found in Massachusetts that where traffic Is not excessively heavy a mixture of sand with heavy asplmltlc oil makes an economical and efficient road surface in localities where sand or sandy grav el prevail and stone is difficult to ohI tale Cape Cod Road Six years ago a road of this descrip tion was built on Cape Cod and It Is today In better condition tthan It WUHI the year it was finished Similar world huts been carried on In several localities where sand prevails and It has been found that where the work Is pjoperly done tho results an excellentSeveral roads of this description are 1 now under construction In Massachu setts the entire cost of the roads In cluding the small amount of necessary I grading being only about 30 cents per square yard- Another method adopted In Massa chusetts for surface construction Is to place about live inches of sandy gray el on the roads and compact the same as much as possible and then apply heavy nsplmltlc oil using about three fourths of a gallon to the square yard covering It with just sufficient sandy I gravel to take up tho surplus oil The oil furnishes the binder that is hHItt ing In the sandy gravel and the com pleted road presents a smooth hl1lclI surface that is hardly distinguishable from a surfncocornposod of stone and oilIn I Massachusetts very coraprehen sire experiments have been tried with all methods of treatment of the road surfaces experimenting with prnctl I hferetlj K chemical and physical analysis made 1 of the binding material used In order that any method or material found to bo satisfactory may be duplicated anti f to avoid repeating unsatisfactory con rtnlctlon I 1 x Speaking of the English roads a returned traveler says that the X Englishman doesnt know what ia rut Is A road hi most parts of thIs coimtrj without a rut would J X look so strange to the average JAQ v y H 4l Ir HAPPY RESULTS Have Made Many Cloverport Re sidenls En Iltu las tic No wonder spores of Cloverport citizens grow enthusiastic It Is enough to make anyone happy to find relief aftir years of suffering Public statements like the following are but truth ful representations of the daily work done In Cloverport by Conns KidneyaPills George 11 Megerle River St Clo verport Ky says For three months IIwls unable to do any work on accout of my kidneys being disordered The passages of tho kidney secretions were painful and my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable to wear my shoes There was a dull ache in the small of my back which extended into my head and although I tried a number of remedies I was unable to find relief Finally Doans Kidney Pills came to my attention and I procured a supply I used them according to directions and iu six weeks I was entirely free fromakidney trouble I attribute my robust health tcday solely to the curative powers of Dons Kidney Pills For sale y all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMIlburu Co 7 Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States OJKemenber the name Doans and atake no other LODIBURG Miss Myrtle Deacon has gone to Hanibal Mo to spend the winter with her sister Miss Grace Riggs of Charleston is tho guest of her uncle Honry Lancas ter this week Miss Wilda Robertson of Union Star was the guest of Mrs Ida Nottingham last Sunday Mrs George Wallace of TroyTenn is visiting her mother Mrs Hendry this week Miss Frances Severs of Union Star attended the BashamPayne wedding at Walnut Grove last Wednesday Sam Brown who has been in Illinois for the past two monthsreturned home last Saturday Mr Driskell our County School superintendant visited our school last Friday anal gave the school a nice talk John Babbage of the News was here last Saturday Will Basham was in Hardinsburg one day last week on business George and Clyde Brown have bought the farm known as the Casey farm from Jas Rhodes Consideration J700 Arthur Ater of Irvington was at home last Sunday If the best is not too good for you Lewteport BEST flour is the flour YOU ought to use Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tuck ALI Koyos EquityAuuliistA J 1oyes HeIrs ot ILl Defendant I 325T lly virtue of a Judgment and Order of t ale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at October Term thereof 1910 iin the above cause for the sale ot the hereinafter described real Estate and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court H juse door in Hardins burg to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 26th day of December 1910 at one oclock p CountyCourtfollowingdescribed tain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Breckinridge and State of Kentucky and bounded and described as follows First Tract beginning at two jack oaks corner to Margarett McGlothlan thence S 30 E 112 poles to a red oak and dogwood thence S 55 W 110 poles to a hickorv and stone marked II thence N 3b W 55 poles to a black gum and hickory corner to Henry Hardins thence N 55 E 46 poles to a white oak thence N 30 W 55 poles to a red oak elm and gum thence S 55 W 29 poles to two gums thence N 35 W 62 poles to the Stephensport and Clifton road near 217polespoles to the beginning containing 100 acres more or less Second TractBeginning at two black jacks corner to Saml Adkissons 500 acre survey and Peter Claycomb running with Henry Hardins and Richard Bibbs line No5 E 122 poles to three yaks on tho side of n hill in Bibbs line thence S 32 E 50 poles to n plum tree and a forked dogwood sapling thence S 24s W 154 poles to a red oak sapling standing in a sassafras thicket in another line of Samuel Ad kissons sOO acre survey thence with is lino N 30 W 128Eoles to the be J acres more or lessThere is excepted out of the above boundaries right of way deed to L H St L Ry Co Deed Book 45 page 442 444 and same sold to C C Younger deed book 53 ISO acre sold Sarah Johnson deed Book 5416sJ acre sold Mack Cashman deed book 58009 and acre sold to Fred Claycomb deedtobook 59371 Tho purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal inter est from the day ot sate until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms LEE WALLS Commissioner 1 e 4 C J Irs o rI cII i U t T uL wL I 1 aTrY1h t Q V j Ijt 1 111- 1I 11 rij I Q r A1tntion To Christmas BUers 1 rI I 1 1 SF1ttrL v lINt dd 0pY r M TdxlGer4JPL1 1 Iid 7AC y IHAAWJ OR Quality design and beauty the three important points consider your Christmas shopping The fourth point the proper place obtain them visit store T G Lewis the Jeweler arid Gold and Silver Smith your own home convincing do not need look further All the latest designs of best quality We carry a full line of the famous and sworldwide standard of best 1847 Rogers Bros SPOONS KNIVES FORKS AND NOVELTIES Look for the brandstamped upon every article1847 Rogers Broswhen you see this stamp you know you are getting the the genuIne So many concerns are making spoons and other silver goods having the name Rogers printed on them so be sure you are not beat you must see the above trade stamp on every piece of silverware to be sure you get the genuine tre engrave free any design on every article purchased of us See ous large and complete line of Rings Bracelets Lockets Charms Brooches Scarf Pins Set Pins Link Buttons Collar Buttons in fact every thing a FirstClass Jewelry House can carry I is as no 30 in in is us All of us t r 1 WEBSTER Misses Mae Bandy and Myrtle Lyd dan Messrs Herbert Haddock and J D Lyddun were guests of Miss Ossie Payne Sunday Miss Ruth Norton entertained a larger crowd tit friends skating Saturday night An enjoyable time was reported by Compton will spend the holidays at the home of his parents Mrs Dell Shaw of Nebraska Is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Ralph T B Henderson Mrs II C Stewart Misses Mae Bandy Jessie Car den Messrs Henry Bandy and Jesse Henderson took dinner with Mr and Mrs N D Saturday I Mr ant Mrs George Knott ofII Missouri uro visiting friends and rela tives here The Rook Club vas delightfully en entertained at the home of Miss Ossie Payne Friday evening and will meet with Miss Mae Monday Dec 20 Miss Stella Wright of Louisville is expected home to spend Christmas with her sister Mrs Hugh McGavock Miss Mary Gibson and Willie Mitchell of Holt were the guests of Miss Angie Gibson Sunday I Miss Alta St Clair will entertain Dec 21ut Clifton Mills by recitations and a Christmas tree All come and bring r presents for your I Arthur Drane was the guest of John Mercer Sunday Miss Mary Mercer will spend thto week In Louisville Jones Mercer will be at home from Bowling Green to spend the holidays Misses Mamie and Nannie Lee Ken i dall are coming home to spend Christ mas with their parents r sale at J C Mercers was wel attended and everything sold for a good price If the best Is not too good for you Lcwisport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use 1W = on WH 5 to in is to A to the of r of is to r r I T i Payne Bandy j BIG A D McCans of spent several days here last week hunt Ing andvlsltinj relatives Dr C B Will was at Vine Grove Hardin who has typhoid fever at Oklahoma City Is reported improv ing Mrs Smother and daughter Miss Zelma will leave in a few days for Owensboro to spend the remainder of the winter with Dr and Mrs W H Masons from the local lodge attended the funeral of Mr Jeff Jolly of Jess Clarkson spent several days last week at with his brother and sister For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bears tho7lfSignature of James H Dowell of Sample was the guest of Mr and Mrs James T Skill man last Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Payne and children and lfr James T Sklllman and children tP11t last Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs G R French Arthur Basbam was the guest of Miss Lena Adkisson Sunday Harvey StMwell purchased a fine mare from 11 T Sklllman last week Consideration f105 Proctor French was in one day last week on business Several from here attended the wedding at Walnut GroveAlbert Still xvells little girl is real sick I Luella and Nellie Bell spent last week with their cousins Mrs EffieSklllman and Mrs Laura Payne I Mrs Dell Shaw of ONeil Neb is the guest of Mrs H T Gibson thisI I weekJ R Burton was called to Missouri last week to be at the bedside of his j father who is critically ill II Quite a number of young people at I tended the party given at Chas Bruces ta t Tuesday nJht in honor of their guest Miss Rigs All reported a good time MrsG R Cox was in Weldon ons day last week the guest of her sister Mrs loe Bruner If the best bnot too gool for you Lewispurt Best flour in the flour you ought to Mrs Rhodes of Irvlngton is the guest of her daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt Born to the wife of L D Fox nine eleven pound boy Lice 13 Mrs Dieckman of Sample was the guest of her daughter Mrs Harland Morgan Saturday Born to the wife of Lewis Stewart a fine boy Dec 15 Misses Abbie Lelah Hawkins and Esther Payne dined at Mrs J W Frenchs Sunday Mrs H S English Jr and daugh ter Elizabeth were guests of Mrs R A Shellman Saturday Christmas will soon be here Dont forget the little gtCtthat will make some heart glad Mrs Sallie Bennett is real sick At this writing Miss Ida Waggoner is able to be in the store again If the best Is not too good for you Ltswisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use- presiding Elder Thompson Rev Jnrboe the pastor John D Babbage editor of The News were entertained at The hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Rowland Smith last Saturday Musical Instrumentsa- nd for Sewing Machines Come and see our lines and be that ours is NO CHEAP STUFF best at cheap considering quality IDontforget that everything represented Take risk We know our goods and our years making the metals your own midst your purchases engraved without cost mIIfV IT C LEWIS Hardinsburg Ky starlttl allErnest KnottMrs sweetheartsI IThe proofyou knowing SPRING Elizabethtown ThursdayFrank StrotherSeveral Bewleyvllle Elizabethtown CASTORJA Always Bought MYSTIC Stephensport PayneBasham IMisses us- eSTEPHENSPORT Whittinghill Findings convinced but the cost precious tJWIDEWELD ASPHALT yG F 6 Full inches- of Asphalt Cementwelded No Nailholes- Through Roof 1 A Continuous Onepiece Roof with Every Nail head Covered by Felt 1 and AsphaltNO wwwSOLD BY Gregory Co Dealers In Lumber Lime Cement Cloverport Ky Louisville Harket Report Louisville Dec 20 1910 Special WheatNo 2 Red and Longberry 94cCornNo 2 white 53 OatsNo 2 mixed new 38 EggsMarket steady case count 30 candled 3132- PoultryHens 10 per Ib roosters 6cj young chickens 12j ducks 12c turkeys I4c Geese lOc CalvesReceipts 110 head market slow and a shade lower bulk of the best 78c medium 68c common 36c Sheep and Lambs Receipts 131 head The market was steady best butcher lambs 5 5 l2cj some fancy a shade better medium and culls slow at 3 Q 5c fat sheep 214 3d down common sheep dull at 1 2c Hogs T Receipts 4075 head The market ruled active with prices steady higher selected hogs of all weights H i iThe HardinsbQrg harmacr1 s 1 i I t L J1b rJ t- rn Public alefJ J = ONttI I SATJAN7tltrI 1 We will offer for sale at my home on Will Bashaws farm near Joel Jarreds 3 miles South of Lodiburg the following property to the highest and best bidder v 1 bay horse 6yearsold 1 sorrelmare 3yearsold broke to work 1 bay horse 3yearsold broke to work 2 milch cows 2 heifers 35 head of sheep 8 head tat hogsV road wagons 1 buggy and har= 0 ness 50 bushels of corn farming r implements household and kitchen furniturey g C Terms Made Known on Day of Sail DAN MILLER WILL BAS AMt selling at 785r with roughs out t71 25 down The pens were well cleared early In the day and the market closed firm If thebest is not jbo gbodhfby oughtttsed Lewlsport Best flonfU the ilir iojljl 1rL- IS the Drug Store That i F Q J I will save your moneyrr f 1 J e 0