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I7 w- J c + fbh I i i ORSendNEWS3 Months t r o l i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWStALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTf i VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 25IfI 0 I WHOLESOME TURKEY 1 DINNER AND FUN t Enjoyed By Yuletide Guests Of r r Miss Bessie Foote At Her J Bewleyville Country f f Home f Bewleyvilie Ky Dec 29 Special v Miss Bessie Foote entertained with a house party at her beautiful country home near Bewleyvilie from Friday till Monday The following guests were present Misses Essa Kendall of Webster Ruth Kincheloe of Hardinsburg Jew ell Moore of McDaniels Messes Ovur ton Blandford of Bewleyvilie Jess Henderson of Webster Joe F Moore of McDaniels The party wore joined on Sundav by Miss Foots brother E O Foote and family Everybody enjoy ed the wholesome turkey dinner served on Sunday Every minute of the time was spent In fun and pleasure proving to all that Miss Bessie is the ideal hostess Commissioners Sales Of Real Estate Commissioner Lee Walls sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door last Monday the following real estat3 The A J Keys track of land near Lodiburg A J Keys Jr was the pur chaser at 1050 The old Alexander place near Gar field 432 acres was sold to John Cook for 206s The Woods place adjoining John IWhlmp of 37 acres brought 380 John Wimp was the purchaser A Call I Following the lead of the Independent Tobacco Growers of Central Ken tucky a mass meeting of the tobacco growers of Breckenridge County is hereby called at Irvington Saturday December 31 1010 at 11 a m to discuss f the question whether our county will join the other counties in trying to effect a pool of the 1011 crop and to ap point delegates to attend a mass meet- Ing of growers to be held in Lexington January 4 1011 BraniamStanclifr One of the prettiest Flatbush wed dings during the past fortnight was that of Miss Margaret Cornelia Bran lap to Forest Frazier Stancliff which occured on the evening of the 7 inst at the residence of the bridegrooms parents the Rev Walter S Rounds of the Flatbush Disciples Church offi ciating The bride was attired in white satin and handsome lace and was attended by the grooms sister Miss La Belle Stancliff and Miss Dora 0 Rude two of the seasons debutantes while Lionel R Walden acted as best man aUter a short trip the couple will be nt home at 024 Marlborough road VBrooklyn Eagle The groom Is the son of Mr and Mrs David Stancliff and a nephew of Mrs Chas Warfield of this city Christmas Summings IrandMrsTF Sawyer gave a dpri Sunday in honor of their daugh a ter Miss SusQtte Sawyer The guests were Misses Virginia McGavock Jeanette Burn Mildred Babbage Francis Sawyer Edna Lawson and June awson of Lewlsport 000 At the home of Dr Chas Lightfoot Christmas day a family djunnr party 4 was given In honor of Mr and Mrs SJfcC ILeitch of PittsburghP oco- Mr and Mrs HoviousBehert onterta- inedChCtstmas Day at their home the following relatives Mrs D C i HaynM Llggltt Haynes Mr antI Mrs BJkAyres of Owijnsboro- T 000 j t irtrii Frank Fralze will be hostess to k 4ve Reading Club tomorrow afternoons O 0o 0II a Thll Girls Club will ha Ohrlifc T l mas dinner at the home of Misses Eva and Edith Plank Friday evening in compliment to several young men 000 The Misses Plank will entertain Wednesday afternoon In honor of Miss Jennie Mable Harris of Louisville 000 Mr and Mrs J M Gregory will entertain at their home New Years day for Mr and Mrs Jesse Weatherholt Mr and Mrs Ben Miller 000 Mr and Mrs A B Sklllman wore host and hostess at their annual dinner Christmas evening The guests were Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mr and Mrs Chas Moorman Mr and Mrs James Sklllman O T Skillman Mls et Elizabeth and Margaret Sklllman 000 Dr and Mrs Owen entertained at their home Christmas day with a beau tiful dinner in honor of their children Mr and Mrs Matthew and Jess W Owen- o o o Mr and Mrs Jacob Morrison gave a family dinner at their home on Center Hill ooo Mr and Mrs Chas Hamman were at home Christmas to the following guests Mr and Mrs Will Gibson of Holt Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch Mrs Mogan and Miss Bessie Mitchell 000 Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons had a dinner Monday for Mr Wine and Mr Jacob May The guests were Misses Rcna Saterfield Minnie Simons and Iva Wine 000 Mr and Mrs Foster Heyser enter tamed Monday in honor of Mr and Mrs Roy Heyser who left yesterday morn ing for their home in Cincinnati 000 Charles Tatum of McComb Miss and George Wendelken were the guests of honor at a dinner given at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelken Christmas day The guests were Mr and Mrs Frank White Mr and Mrs Wallace Sklllman and Miss Minnie Embry Will Go To Panama With President Taft Mr and Mrs Walter Sherman of Toledo Ohio have been invited by Pres Taft to visit the Panama Canal with his party in March They have accepted the Invitation and are looking forward to the trip with pleasure Mrs Sherman Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Her charm ingdaughter Mss Margaret Sherman will visit at the Naval Academy at An napolis during the holidays Air Getzendammer Here G Z Get zendammer an employe of the Chicago City Government was here Sunday Mr Getzendammer is slated to be assistant Supervisor of the new Home for the Aged of the Windy City The home Is situated at Oak Forest and cost the city two million It will be formally opened this month by the incoming Democrat ic Administration Pretty Girl Calendar The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company Is sending out a calendar of rare beauty and gives a hint of Monas Kincheloes taste for pretty girls It was a trio of charming pictures Miss Hinton Dead Miss Katie Hinton died last Wednesday at the home of her father on the Pike near this city The funeral was hold at the Catholic church Thursday morning She was a young woman much loved by her friends and her un timely death Is regretted She died of Tuberculocis Card of Thanks We sincerely thank all our friends and neighbors for their kindness during our recent sad bereavement Mrs Jolly and Children Bevvleyyllle Ky 4 youJ1ewispottBcst bughttouiet o MORNING DIPS INTO FRIGID WATER I And Few Clothes In Cold Weath er Brings G W Beard to 85 Mile Post Well And Hearty PIONEER TEMPARANCE WORKER Hardmsburg Ky SpecialMr elghtyIactive men in town always ready to engage in a good work and to help with work and money any good cause He came to Hardlnsburg seventy two years ago married nearly sixty one years cjgo and since he was fifteen he has been a member of the church ever identified with church and tem perance work In fact he Is one of the pioneer temperance workers in the county The first vote on temperance in Breckenridge was done at his ex pense except in one district Largely through his effort has he lived to sec the county local option from center and circumference- Mr Beard holds to the old order of things in many respects and thinks health is promoted by wearing only a reasonable amount of clothing bath- Ing in cold water and being temper ate in eating as well as drinking On the coldest mornings he delights to wash his fae and head in the open with the water freezing to his locks as he returns to the house Until thirtyseven he steadily re fusnd to wear an overcoat since then he has had but four two of which he lost one he wore out riding upon It while Sheriff and the other he has yet but has not had it on this winter and will not unless he goes away some where Years ago he purchased a pair of gloves for a ride to Leltchfield one very cold day Till this day he thinks his hands would have frozen had he not taken the gloves off and gone bare handed IRVINGTON Mrs Nora Board and two dhildren are ths guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Beard In Hardinsburg Mr and Mrs Alvin Withers who have been visiting Mrs Withers mother Mrs T R Blythe will return home today Edgar Bennett of Mayfield is the guest of Mr snd Mrs Earl Bennett Walter Harrison who has been visit ing relatives and friends here and in Bewleyvilie for the past four months left mondav for Sioux City Iowa to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Gilbert Harrison before leaving for his homel in Des Moines Iowa C L Chamberlain is spending sev eral daya In Louisville Miss Essie Biggs of Louisville Is expected to arrive this week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Louis H Jolly for a weeks stay The Primary Department of the Ir vlngton Public School rendered quiet an Interesting Christmas Program Friday afternoon Dec 23 from two to three oclock The children all acquitted themsel yes In a pleasing manner Going for the Christmas Tree by the first and second grades was quiet an effective story and one in which the little tots took great delight The Garden of Santa Claus by the first second and third grades In which Master Thomas Alexander played the part of Santa Claus was the most pleasing number on this program As a mfnature Santa Claus Thomas would be hard to excel The Story of the PIggottboth young and old A donation of money fruits toys clothing and provisions was made to the Kentucky Children Home Society David Herndon of Louisville and brother Sam Herndon of Wichita Kansas are spending the week with their parents Mr and Mrs Jt 13 Hqr ndonM1osB i Ada Drury of Louisville Is II II 1 1 q t ispending the holidays with Mrs R B McGlothlan and Miss Willa Trury Mrs P H McGchee after being the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Ditto near Brandenburg returned home Sunday Mrs C S Neafus and children left Sunday for Gu ton where she is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs John Childs Miss Mary Nevitt arrived Monday from Louisville to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Nevitt for a brief visit She was accompanied by her friend Miss Dogmar Stiernet of Chicago who will be her guest Miss Mary Brown of Lowisport came Saturday to be the guest of her sister Mrs Luther Wilson Mrs Tony King of Holt visited Mr and Mrs Jas Dr King last week Win Herschul Kirk left Sunday for Owensboro where he will visit his motherduring the holidays Dr and Mrs P E Dempster of Glendeane who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons have returned home 4 Miss Mary Smith of Guston is visit Ing her sister Mrs Newsom Gardner for several days Mr and Mrs Frank Carter of Cloverport are spending the week with the Misses Greenwood and Mr and Mrs Worland Carter Mrs Walker Brown and baby after being the guest of relatives in this city returned to Lewisport Sunday- If the best is youLewisportyououghtState Poultry Show For the first time in the history of Kentucky a great State Poultry Show is to be held By the efforts of Hon M C Rankin Commissioner of Agri culture the Kentucky Poultry Asocla tion was formed some months since and It will hold its first Annual Show or Poultry Fair at Lexington on Jan 10 to 21 next Premium list and cata logue will be sent to anyone on appli cation to Secretary Frank L Smith Lexington Ky- Good Old Man Dead Uncle Esseck Dean one of the old est colored men In town died Thurs day He was sixty years old He leaves his wife Aunt Mary Dean and one son Cy Dean- Spelling Bet At McDaniels McDaniels offers a 5 prize to the the best speller and 2 50 to second best at a contest Thursday evening Dec 20 Everybody Is Invited These contests are always productive of good and a big crowd will be given a big time at the McDaniels spelling The small admission fee of ten cents will Co to the library fund of the McDaniel school Turkey Dinner Tuesday Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt entertained a few friends and relatives with a Turkey Dinner and it was some dinner too as the writer of this article can truly testify to after having been at the table about thirty minutes Those present were Mr and Mrs Hayes Hilton and children Mr and Mrs H C Pate Mr and Mrs W A Ron and son Marlon Clay Card of Thanks allWe want to our friends for the nice remembrances given us during the recent Christmas season Rev and Mrs Frank Farmer John Kasey Dies at Rosetta John Kasey one of the best men in Breckonrldge County died at his home in Rosetta last Wednesday of acute Indigestion He was 77 years old Mr Kasey was a genial kind big hearted man and a good citizen For more than a quarter of a century the News has come In contact with this man on the highways at his home at sales at the court house and many public- gatheringsand he was just the same genial smiling John Kasey never a ripple or knock came from him We are sorry Indeed to hear of his death II 11 0 iatBAKING POWDER RoyalCook mailed free lJ Tells How to Make 178 Kinds of Cake i Cakes ofall kinds for all people il are best made with Royal Wtiy J JJ3 SPECIALLY FINEcfiJTi l J FOR LAYER CAKE RUSSELL COMPTON I Will Take Charge of The Firm Of Heston Whit worth d Company At llardins burg January 2 Russell Comptun of Garfield who for several years has been a student In the State University nt Lexington will IIestopWhitworth burg Mr Compton succeeds Mr CC Brock who has resigned and will go with The First State Bank of Irvington Ky as bookkeeper The firm of Hes ton Whitworth l Co was incorporated under laws of this State in the year IgOS for the purpose of conducting a wholesale and retail Coal and Grain business which has grown to be the largest business of its kind in this sec tion of the State The original stock holders were C M Heston Jesse Whit worth and Paul Compton Mr Heston having sold his interest n majority of the stock is held by Messrs Whitworth and Compton who look after the in terest of the Company This firm should feel highly complimented in securing the services of Kussell Comp ton who will take pleasure in filling any orders given them in their line Tls Art of Carpentry How tunny common tlgurntlvo ex pressions In our IfliiumiKO lire bor rowed from the art of carpentry maybe seen from the following sentence The lawyer who HIoU Ithe bill shaved the note cut an acquaintance split a hair made an entry got up a ease framed an Indictment Impaneled1 n jury put thorn Into n box nailed a witness hammered n Judge and bored a whole court till In one day has since laid down law and turned carpenter rSander lair Alf Blair of Mattingly and Miss Artie Sanders of Tar Springs were married Wednesday December twenty= first Rev Mr Bowlds officiated The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Sanders and is very young Little Boy Hurt William Glen Hardaway fell from a wagon on Main Street Thursday after noon About three oclock he fell under the wagon wheel which run over his right leg and broke it His many friends are much Interested In his early recovery and hope he will soon be able to be back at school v Ci 0 J i w immediately on receipt of your address CHRISTMAS EntiTainment A Dandy Air Bob Pierce An Ideal Santa Claus 10 Both Young And Old If Mr Bob Pierce had been a real Santa Claus he could not have made more haopiness for the large crowd present at Oelzss Hall Monday night The members of the Methodist Sunday School and Church enjoyed their annual Christmas gathering more than any previous affalrof the kind in years The program was very entertaining and the chief feature was the attraction the little kindergarten class of Miss r Elizabeth May who had the boys and girls to give several numbers of music The fishing contests by the different classes were great fun and all the children caught baskets filled with candy fishes and line fruits The men and women fisled together the men got a little bucket each con taining ti lemon and the women got worse than thatnothing All the officers were given nice gifts even Aunt Martha and Uncle Bartley were beautifully remembered- Mr Pierce went to a bit of expense and his efforts and Interest in the entertainment was greatly appreciated An urgent invitation was given to all to attend Sunday School next Sunday Henderson Route Taxes Sheriff Brown has certified to the Henderson Route authorities the amount of their county taxes due Hancock F County for 1910 The records show that the road pays taxes at the rate of 50 cents per hundred on 2410 mllesof trackage which Is assessed by the state officials at 10000 per mile They also pay on 1600 worth of personal prop erty in the county such as depots etc making the total amount of their county tax not state 121250 la the various school districts through which this road runs In the county their property IS assessed at 210650 00 The school tax rate being 20 cents on the hundred they pay into that fund 421 which goes to the county school fund and not to the districts separately as It formerly did Whan we consider the amount of labor employed in the county on this road the wages paid to this labor which Is left amoung the merchants and these taxes It can be seen that the road loaves a vast sum here each year Clarion r Christmas Rates 4 Reduced rates from Cloverport Dpc 1510 17 91 22 2324 25 3i Jai J1 good to return Jan 8 to local points oa livH St LR R In Kentucky 3iQ I w i yy x- H J J ifp nH DRHJBOONE Permanent Dentist t Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p m Clovcrporf Ky r I For Sale Tax receipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one R Ot Perkins Dt St + = o + J NE- WLiveryStabI8 y S Stephensport Ky New Rigs fi I l lNew Ij- j irij Horses jj 11New1 r Open for the Public Near the Depot X If you have any riding or k driving to do or if you want A fa fifurnishfi i We will handle Ice lsM Your patronage will ft ni be appreciated ft J m I I THOS WtSMITH Propriet- orStephensport i Ky + o HOLIDAY GIFTS Our complete display of Diamonds Watches Rings Silverware and Novelties in Jewelry contains thousands of things r suitable for present s If you cannot conic to see us send for our catalogue All goods warranted and at popular prices C M iS ISEMAN SON t 130 W Market St Hetweon 1st and End LOUISVILLE Ik Y 1Tc POPULAHIrr MECHANICS JZViAGAZINEIVrlllcn So You CUB Understand It 300 Pictures Every 400 Articles fsr Month250 Pages MeehanIcal Doctorstnryenrufactiircrs Mithanks II as 1200000 readers every month Interests everybody When you see one you understand why Ask the man who reads it Your newsdealer will show you one or write the 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breaking tho worlds retort for balloon flights which has stool for ten years possesses Leroy Taylor a member of tho Now York Yacht the Larchmont Yacht Lambs and other clubs and ho will try to bring the trophy to America by a flight to start within the next few weeks from Waco Tex His associate will be Leo Stevens a well known professional balloonist The balloon is to bo tho largest spher ical ono ever made Waco was selected as tho starting point after much consideration In which the meteorological observations of the weather bureau figured largely Favorable wind currents will give n balloon ascending there the longest possible flight in tho general direction of New York Wont Face Ocean Dangers Waco Is sufficiently inland almost to obviate the danger of being blown out to sea There are few mountain ranges to be passed and these are of secondary Importance so far as size and effect upon winds arc concerned Again Waco is within tho zone of comparatively steady blowing winds at certain seasons of the year It Is in the hope of getting one from the south west that the flight has been timed for JanuaryThe will carry water and provisions for a month This Is con sidered essential as long stretches of desert land must be passed over and the aeronauts may have to land where water and food are unobtainable Taylor is an enthusiastic amateur at the balloon game Ho has been In sew oral competitions and recently flew from Pittsflcld Mass to a point near there In a snowstorm Ho helped organize the filers among members of the New York Yaoht Larchmont Yacht and Lambs clubs who are in terested in balloons or aeroplanes Tho present record for length of flight Is held by Count do la Vnulx who with St Victor rode from Phi cennes France to Korostychew Rus sin 1103 miles In October 1000 They were not in the air long enough how ever to give them the endurance record This Is held by Clifford Harmon who In October 1910 in a flight from St Louis remained aloft for forty eight hours and twentysix minutes though he covered nowhere near the distance the Frenchman did Just Missed Records In the same month Hawley and Post made their sensational flight from St Louis It will be remembered they ivere lost to time world for about a week then their safe landing was reported from the Canadian backwoods It was established that they had re nalned up aloft for fortyfive hours and Hftyslx minutes and hnd covered 1171 miles both performances lust short of worlds records On an air line the distance from iVnco to New York is approximately 1800 miles which under highly favor itig conditions could be covered readily In less than forty hours This would nean traveling at an average speed of a little less than forty miles an hour The balloon now being built is icing developed along lines that it Is toped will permit It to remain aloft rom sixty to seventytwo hours The irdlnnry duration of a balloons gas barge Is about fortyeight hours The craft will take months to build It will have a lifting power of 13000 pounds As tho bog and basket car ylng two men and fully equipped will weigh about 5000 pounds this will allow 8000 pounds of ballast Time ng Is built of two thicknesses of spd ml linen with rubber between It- hus been found that linen Is far bet tel for such use than silk not alone on account of Its greater toughness but because time silk Is a too ready conductor for electricity with Its attend nnt danger to tho gas RECORDrFor Thirtytwo Years Few families can boast of the school tlendance record of tho four dill dren of J IL Dumintt assistant over seer of Nowchurch isle of Wight who eve been connected with tho local school for seventeen years They have attended for an aggregate ot thirtytwo years and one month without missing a single attendance llw record Is as follows Harry Dan alt five yours and five months Char lie ten years and flue montbs Nellie even years find ten months and Ada ight years and flvti months The chool is about two miles from the arallys residence and the distance raveled by tho quartet in Journeying to and from school exceeds 30000 miles Smooth unning Cars Soon Ball bearings for street car axles 110 being tried out bY1 big car build ng concern h- l Cr 1 Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder relllcuym its remark able health restoring properties Swamp Root fulfills almost every wish in over coming rheumatism the back kidneys Mvcr and every part of the urinary passage It to hold water and scaldingpain in passingit or bad effects ollowinguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangemcnt has been made by which nil readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mead also a book telling more about Swnll1uRoot and how flnduiifCuhavc kid ney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous- offer in this paper and- send J your address to cause of pain in bladder corrects inability to Dr Kilmer S Co110m OJbrapnoout Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycen and onedollar size bottles are sold ball druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Yon every bottle SHE LOVED SNUFF Remarkable Will and Funeral of a Queer Englishwoman The will of Mrs Margaret Thomp son which is preserved as a curiosity at Somerset House England Is a trlb ute to the delights and consolations of snuff The testatrix directed that In her collln should be burled with her all her handkerchlefsaud sulllclcnt of the best Scotch snuff to cover her body This she preferred to flowers as noth ing could be more fragrant and so re freshing to me as that precious powder Further the six greatest snuf takers In the parish of St James Westminster were to be her bearers Six old maids each bearing in her hand a box filled with the best Scotch snuff to take for their refreshment IS they walked were to bear the pall Before tho corpse the minister was to walk carrying and partaking of n pound of snuff At every twenty yards a handful of snuff was to be delivers to the bystanders and at the door of the testatrixs house were to bo placed two bushels of tho same quality of snuff for gratuitous distribution In order to insure the carrying out of her wishes the testatrix made time legacies given by the will dependent upon an exact and literal fulfillment of tho conditions above named In closing she bade all concerned to regard snug as tho grand cordial of nature Hives ecz inn itch or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your lothiug Denims ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All Iruggist sell it Toned It Down King Edward said an English visitor in New York bated snobbish ness To show how ridiculous snobbishness was he used often to tell about an alphabet book of his child hoodThis book had alliterative sentences arranged under cach letter thus Callous Caroline caned a cur cruel Iy I Henry hated tho heat of heavy hats Under the letter V camo tho face ious sentence Villlam Vllklns vlpcd his weskit But the young princes snobbish utors thought this sentence too vulgar mud low for their charge and accord- Ingly they substituted for it tho moro refined and genteel hue Vincent Vlnlng viewed a vacant villa Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Genius and Mediocrity Coruclllo did not speak correctly the Giiguage of which lie was such a master Descartes was silent lu mixed oclety TlicmlBtuclcs when asked to tiny on a lute sold I cnnnot fiddle but I can make a little village into a great city Addison was unable to ouverso in company Virgil was heavy olloquially La Fontaine was coarse nml stupid when surrounded by men 1ho Countess of Pembroke load been ften heard to say of Chaucer that his rllcnce was moro agreeable to her ban his conversation Socrates tolerated for his written orations was so timid that ho never ventured to speak in public Dryden said that ho was mflt for company Hence it has been omarkod Mediocrity can talk It la for scnlus to observe Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per lino Please do not sond obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publicationQof this kind of matter r GROTESQUE NAMES Burdens That Innocent English Children Hnd to Bear In England as In oilier countries thousand of people go through life cherishing 11 grudge against their patents for giving Ithorn absurd or moon gruous names It wits most nature that a demure und pretty girl In ia north suburb should feel rcsentfu when sho lied to answer to the name of Uusyliody given In honor of tho winner of n race fifteen years before Among the nam s registered at Som cruet House are Mrs and Graces and Nun ricer which were innocent borno by two little girls who found them most embnrraHsIng In after years The appalling name of Wellington Wolselcy Roberts was borne by ia young man who In disposition and ar pearancc was anything but militant and as little likely to win fame on the battlcflcltl as his predecessors Arthur Wcllesley Wellington Waterloo Cox mill Napoleon the Great Eagnr However even these names Inap proprlato as they may be arc to Ibe preferred to Roger tho Ass Anna sic Domini Davies and Boadlcca Basher To parents of large families the advent of another child is not always welcome but it Is scarcely kind to make the unexpected child bear a tok en of disapproval It must be ratline terrible to go through life for exam pie as Not Wanted James What An other Only Fancy William Brown or even as Last of Em Harper or Stli Another Hewitt And yet tl ese art all names which tho foolish caprice of British parents has imposed on Innocent children Chicago RecordHer aid Hy child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest applied Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil The pain castrl and the child sank into a restful sleep Mrs Nancy M Hanson Hamburg- N Y The Price of a Life According to AngloSaxon law ev cry mans life including that of the king was valued at a fixed price JIIH any one who took it could commute the offense by a money payment upon a fixed scale The life of a peasant was reckoned to be worth 200 shillings that of n man of noble birth 1200 shillings and the killing ot a king involved the regicide in a payment of 7200 still lings It has been pointed out that the heir to tho throne could thus get rid of the existing occupant by murdering him and thereafter handing over tin fine according to tho scale to the ex chequer when his offense would be purged and his money would comeback to himself for In those days the sovereign received all fines as personal perquisites There is very little doubt that these roujjh means were practl cally applied In the case of some rulers of England in Ithe prcconquest period London Telegraph Stevenson Obliged Robert Louis Stevenson once sent the following quaint letter to an auto graph hunter You have sent me a slip to write on You havo sent me an addressed envelope You have sent It me stamped Many have done as much before You have spelled my name aright and some have done that In ono point you stand alone you have stint mo tho stamps for my postof flee not the stamps for yours What Is asked with so much consideration I take a pleasure to grant Here since you value It and havo been at the pains to earn It by such unusual attentions hero Is the signature ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Detected- It was at a Fourth of July meeting- In a little city Time mayor William Smith rose and at dignified length read the Declaration of Independence There was a pause then from one of the mayors old schoolmates came the loud whisper Bill never writ that le aint smart enough New York rimes Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since B 49 keCARDUII The Womans Tnlc I Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer I1s It = 1 u y I f- 1 i vJ JYf co I U II T JACKS tr FORhPalit SALE ft Sly t1 CL 1t7E huvo three hood Jacks wo wish to dispose of iwll YY I are three years old and one two years old They urn + nicely bredall jet black with white points very short anti 1 close hair lino size extremely heavy bone largo feet big shapely heads and careThese Jacks are in fine condition and cover ready to show 1 r f drivo Weave going to disposoof them and they will be sold at Tct t 6Ueso + bargains Wo trust they will find homes injour county It solt If you arc interested dont write but como and see us PIvat t Rospectfully ltooUl It i R G ROBERTSON SONSthingtaeplr I GLEN DEAN KY cal 11to I pnraltIW rwai i LW hlnn IjNotice J the f IITO TAXtPAYERS an llniul toe I 1mItnl1n iJ g The State has forced me to settle CJfK I for taxes as the County is going to I Ar- EE force me to settle for them AlletJ- I parties owing me taxes for this yearn h wand do not pay them by Feb 1 1911 their property willIe tised in the county papers and sold r at the Court House doore jjAll persons who have a dog and haven t paid tax on it for 1910 will I 1 wX please pay or I will be forced to killwl your dog If you want to save full L t I penalty and extra cost please pay by Feb 1 1911 r Yours respectfully IIDennie Sheeran I Sheriff of Breckenridge County r USE CARBONATE OF LIIViFii groundfine l KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LIME CO Kosmosdale Ky S 4E E 4E 33 i I RURAL TELEPHONES fij Mr Farmer arc you interested 8 If so call on theft i imanagoroftlto Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far k mors Lino rate I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY yn Incorporated 1 J THE FEED THAT FATTENS flflTTflN XPFfi MEALand Cotton Seed Hulls Write nitrGrade 1 prices before buying WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY EjliblMid tIt SHORTHORNS MULES POLAND CHINASt j We have for immediate sale 3 Shorthorn arid Polled Durban bull 12 bred RUts 165 to 240 lbs 2500 to fasOO A fine lot of broke triule ready for service and 10 choice Collie pups W L Moorman C Son s G1en lean Ky p C S- rcr arc YIIr 1- M f tT 4 t- oi TORTUGAL ANn AVIATORS If FEATURESS OF A ID0 1910 Political Events In United Mark TwalnTolsfoy Julia Ward f States England and Mex Howe and Edward VIII III If ico Also Outt Impor Notable Among Death I r J tant Figure List of Year i Dy JAMES A EDGEUTON I1I offWt r retyof years It did not discover tho north pole It did not have n 5Juster of centenaries and It did nQt drive Abdul Ilnmld from his throne Yet It saw the advent of the Porto ucs6 republic gave tho house of lord anputJca These events and others entitle I1 It =i tp our loving regard ffitfylt also flew high In aviation som Iiithlng over 10000 feet to be exact It Jifvras an Industrious year that did not asplre to bo a big noise nnd yet got 2filte a little done To put It In class i nl language It 7as not much on fires parade but was a good booger to work ifi Deposing of King Manuel lij In tho political world tho big even z Was of course the driving of Klni Manuel out of Portugal and the estab 1 Itshinent of u republic Compared to fa i Tflie magnitude of the event this trans 1 w formation was accompanied by a llttl bloodshed The affair had Its splco ofl jjcandal as do most royal perform- fiances It appears that a Parl lan v dancer of the namo of Gaby Deslyi i took the youthful monarchs eye with tho result that Manuel spent much line In Purls and Gaby sojourned not Infrequently In Lisbon Ordinarily this might not have excited comment bo Ing quite tho usual thing among kings Jut Inasmuch as Portugal was tired at monarchy anyway the gossip played C its part As a result Mlle Gaby wll i go down to history na the highest kicker on record having kicked off n Icings crownTho year beheld the accession o1 George V In England an event that bad no Influence politically and but little In any other way Of far grcatei importance were the two British par liamentary elections both resulting In Liberal coalition victories by practl sally the same majorities The first of theso forced through tho house of lords the single tax budget and the second practically sealed the fato of tho peers and decreed some form ol Irish home rule Taken together these two victories constitute tho most slg VJrii triumph for the progressive side witnessed In England since the adop tlon of the reform bill China Also Awakened Perhaps the third event In Impor tance In foreign politics was the meet ing of tho Chinese senate definitely marking the beginning of parliamen tary government In the Celestial King dom the last great nation that had held out against the rising tide of de mocracy When China has a parlla ment and quits wearing pigtails the millennium will be waiting Just around tho corner Other notable political happenings abroad were tho establishment of the bandbox kingdom of Montenegro the fight to separate church and state In Spain tho Mexican uprising and the wallowing of Korea by Japan The Land of tho Morning Calm is being given such a touch of high life by the Japs that she Is now tho Land of the Morning After Wo have also had some politics at home It is almost brutal to write about the elections of 1010 but It Is Impossible to give a full blown re view of the year without them Dem 1ocratfc and progressive victories wore generally the result The progressives i practically doubled their representn c tlon In both houses and elected gov c ernprs in California Kansas Mich fcjgnn Nebraska New Hampshire f South Dakota Tennessee Wisconsin and Wyoming although In the last named state tho progressive Ropub i f can candidate ran on tho Democratic L ticket J The Democrats canled the national house by about sixty mado such gains Kjjn the senate that tho progressives will l kayo tho bdlauce of power and elected i governors pot only In the southern BtateSf with the exception of Tennessee but In Colorado Connecticut Ida ho Maine Massachusetts New Jersey New York North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma and Oregon This was tho first iitimothe Democrats had won such a victory in nearly twenty years American Politics likely Political events during tho year lead 1 ring up to the election wfcro tho Bal L jinger Investigation resulting In a dl tided report the dismissal of Plnchot rt the forcing through of thoTaft program In congress tho two chief items being the railroad bill and postal savings Tanks tho insurgent revolt In con xjjresjs resulting in removing the speak c iciljttolD the committee on rules en liirging that commlttteo and making 11 elective by the house the return oi liooSevelt from Africa amid loud ac claims and his subsequent disastrous tlruture into the campaign the trip Sis the preeldont to Panama and the practical reorganization of tto United tea supreme court duo to two and one resignation o rhubeen the most notable 1 JI Itf t- lrj r In the history of aviation It witness j I ed the first flight over the Alps and has broken altitude nnd speed records so often tint the fragments are scat i tered all over two continents Flights across the English channel have be come so common that they call for only n four line item in the newspa pers Some comparison between 1010 nnd 1000 may bo made on the basis that the highest flight last year was something like lGOO feet while this year the record Is 10498 feet As for speed Bellangor n French aeronaut flew 100 miles at a rate of eightysix miles an hour- Aviators Great Achievements Cross country flights between cities have been the feature of 1010 These wero led oft by Paulhan going from London to Manchester Then Curtlss flew from Albany to New York and Hamilton sped from Now York to Phil adelphia and returned ID one day TWO THREE WHOSE GU HAVE EFFECT TWO WHO AMONG THE Later Brookins covered distant from Chicago to The am bltloiis efforts to conduct a race Iron Chicago to New York and from St Louis to New York wero abandoned although large purses were offered Neither did Walter Wellman fly across the Atlantic In n dirigible Thai wns another case of too much wind although Wellrann himself blamed iIt on the equilibrator His balloon Amer lea started from Atlantic City In a fog bent it up tho coast to the neigh borbood of Nantucket then got to go south and after traveling about Bit and being aloft seventy twe the crew was picked up or rather picked down to the north ot Bermuda Another notable balloon voyage was that of tho America II In a flight from St Louis to northern Quebec a distance of 1355 miles breaking all records- Considering tho widespread activity in aviation the death list was small yet at least four famous bird men gave their lives to the sport These were Delagrnngc Johnstoue Rolls and Cha vez tho last named being dashed to death just after his thrilling feat ot crossing tho Alps Many Sporting Records tho world of sports the Athletics won from tho ChIcago Cubs In the worlds baseball ship Barney Oldflcld broke the worlds automobile speed record going n mile In 2733 seconds Two boxing chain were settled One of these was for the belt In which event Wolgast defeated Battling Nel son and tha other was the dashing of tho hopes of tho white raco when the mighty Jeffries could not come back The advent of llnlleya comet was not exactly n sporting event In fact this eighty year visitor was anything but n sport It failed to live up to Its If It had been on the job it might have knocked the earth halfwny across the system and so have the Democratic victory Yet there are M = scientists who soy thnt a comets head Is as gaseous as n political pliitform promise while Its tall Is nn thin at the average HIllef- hAlwin i to Mr Ilnlleys fulse alarm was Pr Cooks confes + lon Either the flower gnrlnndcd doctor wns tired of hiding or he needed till money for which It Is said he sold this latest of his literary At guy rate he IsI not now certain whether he reachedh tho north pole but wants the world to forgive him the purple snows story the wreath of roses n ml the good American dollars showered on him during his lecture tour Cook Controversy Renewed- In this It Is worthy of note that Professor Parker returned from his Mount expedition without having climbed the mountain but bringing back photographs of the peals twenty miles away that Cook scaled and on which he took his fa coons pictures of the top of the continent Other notable miscellaneous hnppnn Ings of the year were Carnegies ton million dollar gift to peace followed by an American war scare the next day the census which showed that we have nearly 02000000 people In the United States proper and over 100000 000 Including the outlying possessions the panAmerican congress the con servation congress addressed by Taft and Roosevelt nnd the labor strikes In Philadelphia and New York There were the usual number of Ores storms eruptions explosions wrecks and other horrors Among the most Important disasters wero the flooding of Paris nnd Tokyo the twen ty million dollar lire in the White City at the Brussels exposition the NOTABLE EVENTS OF 1910 BERNATORIAL SUCCESSES MAY NATIONAL AND AUTHORS OF WORLDWIDE RENOWN WERE YEARS DEAD tho Springfield ling Upset- In Philadelphia champion pionships lightweight since lamentably opportunities solar prevented campaign pcrformanic masterpieces connection McKlnley DEMOCRATS Angelesblowing up of the Los sad the frightful forest lives In till northwestern part of the Unltii StatesThe death roll of Illustrious men nUll touch Is n long one The most eels brntod of the list were Mark Twain ot America Tolstoy of Russia and Blot Edward of England Two members of our supreme court Chief Justice Kul leI and Justice Brewer four United States senators McEuery of Louisiana Daniel of Virginia Dolllvor of Jowl and Clay of Georgia and one sonato elect Broward of Florida wero amon those taken or men formerly prom inent In our public life Thomas C Platt David B Hill and John G Cur lisle were the most noted of the yenr dead Famous Women Die Two famous American vcnen encl about ninety years of age were claimed In the persons of lulls Ward How and Mary Baker G Eddy Other wel known Americans who passed awn were Louis James the actor John Li Forge the artist 0 Henry tho slier story writer Solicitor General Bower and Octavo Clmnute the man who In etructed the Wright brothers in nvla tlonBesides Edward VII two forelgi rulers that died were President Mont of Chile who had just finished a vlsl to this country nUll King Chulalong horn of Slam Two other foreigner famous In fields of learning were Gold win Smith of Canada and Dr Rober Koch of Berlin Even with this extended list tho nut Ural deaths hardly kept paco with the political fatalities As a solace how ever we have in pluco of tho fallen t cluster of brand new or freshly elect ed governors among tho number being Woodrow Wilson John A Dlx Slmeot E Baldwin Eugene N Foss Frederic W Plalsted Judson Harmon Chase S Osborn Walter Roscoo Stubbs and HI am W Johnson Who knows but that coma ifthese may bo names to conjure with Incoming years j wwVN ViW W IWWfIJ 1 irI I IT E BANK OF CLOVERPORT I sincerely extends to each one IImost and friends the ofII of the season and wishes for all of 4 IItions themIIyear of Happiness Peace and J 1911 wirtI4W11NN fI AyMA fWfI4 W II BcwJiEH President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LiaiiTFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 yearsl of honorable dealing to its credit It hns passed through three panics andpaid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely I Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimelDeposits DIRECTORS- A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot YoH Bowmer Jno C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A IL Fisher jIIL it rc L j Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man J JShould Have a Bank Accountff Because Your money is safer in the hank than anywhere else Paying your billy by check is tho simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for tho debt it pays ilt gives you a better standing with business men honey in the bank strengthens your credit GJA bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save nTbis hunk does all tho bookkeeping JYour bank book is a record of your business EXAMINED DEC IM7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky n I es psa e a+ r What A Famous Editor Says The editor ot the TnylorTiotwooi Magazine wrote to one of his frieti II these words You ask me to notify Sot if I saw nn opportunity for n safe invest Inept I have it for you I never knev until now what a gooi opportunity for n money making investment this uutga zine afforded You atk me to Itt OU in on the ground floor and I am doing So This same opportunity is given 1111 who desire to he a stockholder and a Life Subscriber lo the Taylor rotwooi Magazine One share of stock per value 1000 and a j 31 etual snbscrip tlon to the magazine tit for 10 Let us have your older now Tim opportunity iis1imited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenu Dont use harsh physics The react ion weakens the bowels lends to chronic constipation Get Dontia Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation THE BELTED PLAID This Was the Original Dress of the Scottish Highlander Tho original dress or the highlander was the belted plaid This was a piece of tartan cloth two yards broad am four long which was drawn around tho waist in nicely adjusted folds and tightly buckled with a belt Tho lower part came down to tho knees in much the sumo manner as tho modern kilt while tho upper part was drawn ui and adjusted to tho loft shoulder so that tho right arm might bo perfectly free This upper part was tho plaid which was used as a covering for the shoulders and body In wet weather and when tho uso of both arms was required It was fastened across the breast with a brooch often curiously enriched A brooch was also used to fasten the plaid on tho loft shoulder To nttlro himself In the belted plaid required on the part of tho highlander no small amount of dexterity The usual way was to lay It on tho floor and after carefully arranging the folds to Ho down upon It and then buckle It on Tho lower end was fastened at tho right hip Tho utility of such a dress in tho highlands Is ob vioua for tho plaid rendered tho mar Indifferent to storms and prepared t pass a night In tho open air In the most Inclement weather whllo the looso undergarment enabled him to wade rivers or ascend mountains with equal ease It was thus peculiarly adapted to the warrior tho hunter and the shepherdLondon Mall Clallr sew FOR FLETC- HERsCASTORIA TW- 1I X o i1 + I1 =+1r s eats 0cii 01 III Q0 IIII tOLDJIQ E ANNOUNCEMENT 0i 11 IRVINGTON COLLEGE o Irvington Ky 0 Ii IilIET Irvington College requiresI that the normal departj Q ment of this institution be given the most careful Qconsideration The work will bo of tho highest order tbor noughly prueticalanduptodutc Iho course includes Psychology Methodology History of Education and Child Study Teachers taking a part or all this course may secure county or State certificates An 0able instructor hits been secured to present the common 0branches Ho has instructed many teachers in the central part of the United States and comes to us highly recommended by the president of the Valparaiso University Orthogra phy Heading Elocution and Oratory will bo presented by the president of tho college Teachers may enter at any time and find classes to suit ttheir needs Classes will bo U Q small work thorough Board and tuition reasonable and Q satisfaction guaranteed to every honest worker Primary 7 and intermediate schoolwork will H fiord daily observation for those who desire to learn how to teach In this work in M U tensive and extensive reading will bo emphasized busy work o nchologicfillyU 1 JJWm M MARTIN President or W J PIGGOTT Sec and Treas ID- Ir j I 101 Jill 101 = 1t01 JI OQ fTHEN Filth Avenue i HOTEL Louisville Ky ngrL 4Et5 rTao mostcontrally located and only llrst class botel In tlto city making at OOrate Only one block from the princI- pal shopping dIstrict two blocks from the prIncipal theatres Street curs pass tke door parts of the clty- Evcrythlnjt neat and tonllII H E11 ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg Kentucky r OFFICE OVER KINCHELOES PHARMACY We Print Everything from a Newspaper to a Bible Ad and bo f 4 News Want Anything 10 Selfconvinced that they will pay you 11jr J II II- J It I AV ftssr 2 r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D CABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPQRT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 28 1910 Gr waSubscription Price 100 a year in advance BUSINESS LOCALS lO cents per linoand5 cents for ench additional insertion CARDS OUTRANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advance Examine the labelonJyour paper D If it is not correct please notify us W M Mattingly of Long Lick carne over Monday to visit his c sister Mrs Rhodes near Irvington Mr Mattingly is a very enthusi antic sheep man and is taking great interest in sheep since he captured some good premiumns at the Breckenridso County hair last Fall He says his premium sheep were sold to Louisiana parties through his neighbor Sidney Owen Mr Mattingly bought a fine thoroughbred Southdown buck last fall and ho now has thirteen line ewes from which ho is expecting big results in the Spring Mr Mattingly is an enterprising progressive farmer Ilnda good roads man Says we have the bet soil in Kentucky in Breckcnndgo county anti the only thing that keeps us from being the first county in the State is our poor roads Mr Mattingly is right If every farmer would take up the matter of good roads talk for them and work for them and see to it that our road supervisors do their work right und in the right Y places and at the right time of year this county would soon have good roads People generally get what they want and work for Wake up farmers on this all important question of good roads Ia With the beginning of every New Year there are usually many changes in business circles The first noticed is that in the firm of j Hasten Whitworth Co of Hardinsburg Russell Compton has been made manager to succeed C C Brock Mr Compton is a bro f ther of Paul Compton who with Jets Whitworth controls the ma a jority of the companys stock Wo are glad to see another Compton boy coming into the business enterprises of the county He is with a splendid firm which was organized about twelve years ago and one that refuses fail ure From observation it can bo seen that industrious M patient steady young men can make good and tho Compton brothels and their business associates are of this class Let us watch their industry with interest and wish them prosperity ii The State Democratic Committee mot in Louisville last week and ordered a primary for the various state offices to be hold May 27 1911 This may be a wise move on the part of the committee but it is not the wish of tho rank and file of the Democrats in this county who were almost unanimous for an old time Democratic convention The thing for the Democrats to do now is to see to it that we have a fair primary and a square deal to every candidate and then stand by the nominee and see that he is elected John Moredock tells this good story on his old friend Bill Hens i ley who was a very enthusiastic worker for the stock law recently voted on in the Hardinsburg district John says ho was eve i more 4rf eager for the law to carry when he told him it included chickens but i alas and amok when he cast his vote he voted against it instead of for i it John says this is the first time in forty years he has gotten one on Bill t 5 The old boys and girls of Cloverport all come back in the parlor car which is a pretty good sign of their prosperity They wear good looking clothes and joyous faces and seem to think that there is no place bettor than this old town after all rte1orybody had a great Christmas We had such a big share of 15 the seasons joys that wo were ashamed to look Santa Claus in the face Ho did so much more for us than we did for others rr Wo direct attention to the meeting of the tobacco growers toy bo hold at Irvington next Saturday This is an important meeting for the tobacco men and should ho well attended Cloverport had a deal of magnetism this Christmas So many manywhappy family gatherings Nice enough to send presents early but receiving them a week a itsa L A pretty good rule for tho now year is to see how much trading U wo can do with our home merchants during nineteen eleven I Ono cant realize how short twelvo months are until time comes to say Hello to the Now Year I f OLD TIME GIRDLES r They Were IIndispensable Articles of Ir Wear In the Middle Ages Y In the middle ages at tho glrdlo were hung the thousand and one odds and ends needed and utilized In everyday affairs The scrivener had his Inkhorn r nnd pen attached to It the scholar his book or books the monk his crucifix and rosary tho innkeeper his tallies and everybody his knife Su many and so various were tho articles at ached to It that tho flippant began to poke fun In nil old play there is men lion of a merchant who had hanging at his girdle a pouch a spectacle case k a puimlard a pen and Inkhorn and n handkorcher with many other trinkets besides of which a merry companion said 9t was like a hub r erdashers ulioj of swell warts In 1another early ploy a lady says to her 7 maid Giro me my girdle and seo t LookJt knltot1 RI ear picker nnd tho scale be in tho 1 4 case Girdled were In some respects S I like the chatelaines or moro moacra times but they differed therefrom in being moro useful more comprehen sive in regard both to sex and to ar ticles worn and when completely fin- Ished more costly It is partly for this reason that wo find girdles bequeathed as precious heirlooms and as valuable presents to keep tho givers memory green after death They wero not in frequently of great Intrinsic value zpNln Rlnga For tho maiden who travels much or who Is going on a long visit an em broidered napkin ring of white linen is a timely and serviceable gift These rings aro cut In strips of tho required length with a triangular point at the embroidered end and aro scalloped and buttonholed all around A spray of flowers makes a pretty decoration with tho monogram of tho owner beneath A buttonholed loop at tho very end folds over nnd fastens to the tiny pearl button at the other side Unlike most embroidered pieces these rings must be stilly starched when laun dered Examined Dec 1316 by the State Bark Examiner and the Board of Dire tors REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company conducting both a bunking business and Trust Company business at town ofILar dlnsburg County of Hrcckonrldge Suuu of Kentucky at the closo of business on the 15 day of Dec ember lUl- UItESOjHOI S Loans and discounts with one or more endorsers or sureties ei7000403 Heal Ksttito Morteagps 5i3aO W Cull Loans on CollMtoral 37fie9 00 Time Loons on Oolliilerul 5000 00 S S Bends 000 Other Siocki HoudiEtc OIK1 74 30IUS fO Duo from National Hanks 317S7 40 Due from state trunks and hunkers 0 CO Duo trim Trust ComlJlln is 000 34787 4C United States And National Hank Notes 2MOO MSpecie7l Checks and other Cash Items 13 l73 ExchangeJ for Clearing House 000 13 3 Overdrafts secured 000 Overdrafts unsecured 1000 Ou 100000 Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Paid 23i 42 Real Estate flanking House 1600 00 Other Real Ertnto 1P10 29 Furniture and 11 itures 400 00 Other Assets not Included under any of above heads 000 8375 7 1 TotalM ilcoTexT 31 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash one half of which is Invested for tho Trust business of the Company as required in Section 012 A Kentucky Statutes 50000 00 S 50000 00 Surplus Fund 15000 00 Undivided Profits 758V 27 Fund to pay Taxes 0 00 22585 Deposits subject to check ion which interest Iis not paid exclusive1 of Trust Funds 148304 25 Deposits subJect to check on which Interest Is paid 0 CO Demand CrUIICllhIR of Deposit run which interest Is 0 00 Time Certificates ofDep- osits on which Interest Is paid at 3 per cent1390S283Savings Deposltson which Interest Iis paid 0 00 Unlnvtstcd trust funds on Deposit 0 00 Certified Checks 0 CO Cashiers Checks Outstanding M 0 cO 287447 1 Duo Natlon51 Hanks 0 00 Due State hunks and thinkers 0 00 Due Trust Companies 0 00 Hills Payable 0 00 Notes and Hills rodIs counted 000 Unpaid Dividendsl 0 r0 Taxes duo and unpaid 0 OJ Other Liabilities not included under any of tho above heads 0 00 Totuti 500032 31 I SctCountylil- iI r M IL Hoard cashier of tho above name Hank do solemnly swear that tho abov statement Is true to the haslet my knowledg anti belief M IL HEARD Cashlc Subscribed and sworn to before mu this 2J day of December 1110 My commission expires Jan 31 1010 PAUL COMPTON Notary Publl CorroccBI HEARD i AM KINCHELOEAttest u W JJEAHU Director oRElORT OP THE CONDITION OP TilE 4 wws rr tr rt 9 + t 9r Breckinridge Bank Doing business in the town of Clover port County of Breckenridge State of Kentucky at the closo of busines on the 15th day of Dec 191- 0RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 136817 20 2 U S and other Bonds Stocks and Securities 68218 64 3 Due from Banks 24550 W 4 Actual Cash on hand 867s 59 5 Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 0 00 0 OverdraftsSecured 22848 Unsecured 92511G84j 4 32 7 Current expenses and taxes paid 1411 22 8 Real Estate D724 71 Furniture and Fixtures S23l9 20 Total 6043 01 9 Other Assets not includ ed under any of the above heads 147 34 Total 217018 68 LIABILITIES 10 Capital Stock paid In in cash 45100 00 11 Surplus 6700 00 Un divided profits 3200 39 Total 9100 39 12 Deposits on which inter est Is paid 125093 21 Deposits on which interest is not paid 62448 01 Total Deposits 8187541 22 18 Cashiers checks out standing fO 00 Certified checks 0 00 Total 0 00 14 Due to Banks 0 00 15 Notes and Bills redis counted 0 00 Bills pay able 5000 Total 5000 OC 16 Other liabilities not in cluded under any of the above heads 277 OJ Total 247018 61 State of Kentucky cnfCountyI A B Skillraan Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swea that the above statement is true to th best of my knowledge and belief A B Skillman Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mE by A B Skillman Cashier this 24tl day of Dec 1910 My Commission expires Jan 12 1014 O TSkillmanNotary W H Bowmer Correct Attest l F L Lightfoot J C Jarboe Appropriate Styles That elocutionist believes in dress Ing the part for any recitation How do you mean Why when sho read the story abou tbo sailors deserted on tho lonely Island sho word a costume of maroon and at her lecture on Celtic wit hei dress was trimmed with Irish point Exchange 1 ct I1t t REPORT OK TilE CONDITION OF TilE Bank of Cloverport Doing business on Wall St Town of Clove port County of llreckenridgo State of Kootucky at tho close of business on the lth day of December 1010 RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 510811l 02 2 U S and other ponds Stocks and SecuiMtlM 000 3 Duo from Hanks 2044125 4 Actual Cash ou Hand 2741 3t 5 Checkscashltemsandexclmnge forclearing l11 0 O erdrnfts secured 5H81 un securedSiO18 HJ2 Iro- t Current expenses and taxcspald 101150 8 RealI Estutu fO 00 Furniture and Fixture It 000 001 Total 1000 Oil 0 Other Assets not Included under any of above beads 49J 111 Total 55501- 5LIABILITIES 79- 10 Capital Stock add In In cash 520000 CO 11 Surplus 400UO Undivided pro fits 1 427 OU total 482700 12 Deposits on which Interest Is paid 813725481 Deposits on which Interest Is Dot paid 110 3i331 Total Deposits 30OS i9 13 Cashiers checks outstanding t0 001 Certified checks eo 00 T- otIM n 00 14 Duo to Hunks 100 15 Notes and Rills rediscounted fl 00000 lulls payable sOOO Total 100000 10 III1t11t1eslot1 Included under any of tho above heads P 00 Total 155815 71 I A A Simons Prctident of tho anon named flank do solemnly swear tine tho above statement Is true to tho best of wy knowledge and oellcf It3sJI cJ ED A A SIMONS PresIdent Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A A Simons President this 24th day of Dec ember 1110 My commission expires Jan 10 1014 MARION WEATHEUHOLT Notary Publl A A SIMONS Correct Attest IOELXEI DIrectors REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF T- HEEHSIielmanCo C=Sd 1IIoiIr + Bankers doing business at the town of Irvington County of Breckenridge State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of December 1010 RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 734328 2 U S and other Bonds Stocks and Securities 10 00 51 Due from Banks 82tr 61 4 Actual Cash on hand 4091 12 5 Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 0 00 0 OverdraftsSecured 1071 77 Unsecured 1632 10 2703 98 Current expenses and taxes paid 130 85 8 Real Estate 1024 77j Furniture and Fixtures 05Sl3 Total 1679 90 9 Other Assets not Included under any of the above heads 92 97 Total 90383 23 LIABILITIES 10 Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 11 Surplus 1000000 Un divided profits 0 00 Total 10000 00 12 Deposits on which inter est is paid 12407 03 Deposits on which interest is not paid 48752 52 Total Deposits 01159 55 13 Cashiers checks out standing 884 07 Certified checks 0 00 Total 81 97 14 Due to Banks 0 00 15 Notes and Bills redis counted 0 00 Bills pay able 0 00 Total 0 00 16 Other liabilities not in cluded under any of the above heads 4138 71 Total 00383 23 1 SetCountyI M H Cornwall cashier of tin above named Bank do solemnly swea that the above statement is true to tin best of my knowledge and belief M H CornwallCashier Subscribed and sworn to before ra by M H Cornwall this 24 day of Dec 1910 Matt P Ptyne Dep C C Clerk L E Henderson Correct Attest l R S Bandy E H Shelman Directors COLLEGIANS WILL FLY Harvard and Columbia Arrange New Sport Competition The first intercollegiate aviation contest will bo held next spring between Harvard and Columbia at Belmont park The Harvard Aero club sent in challenge for a gliding contest to tin I Columbia station of tho aeronautini reserve recently and the Columbia students bavo obtained the permissionr of tho faculty committee on organiza I Uou to go ahead and arrange for tit contestIt that the Columbia clue will insist on motor driven contrlv ancesIf suggestion Is adopted the Co I lumbla students will Immediately be gin work on a biplane Philip W Wilcox who built a biplane at Colum bia a year ago will hnvo supervisor I of the construction of the machine but all the work will bo done by students Only a little cold in the head ma be the beginning of an obstinate case oj Nasal Catarrh Drive out the invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straigh to the Inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price 50c If you prefer to use tit atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the good qualities of the solid form of this remedy and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine tc breed a dreadful habit No mercury tc dry our the secretions Price 75cl with spraying tube All druggists c1 mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Streo tJewYork 1 clII cf r f t e 1 Taxpayers FJLI Notice To Those Who Have I Not Paid 1910 Taxes Q You have now let the penalty I go on and you should stop the I cost of this right where it is i I I am at my office all the time II and you can stop in and pay any j Iday 2 I Dont forget that everything J i must be paid up by Jan 1 1911 jI- I as Mr Sheeran is looking to me to IT I do my duty and I shall try to do it j II COME IN 1 III IIisSecond DistrictIm flDfBfI r Plymouth RocksI ntii now offering for immediate delivery 15 very choice Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels They are choicely bred and large Price 100 each W R Moorman Glendeane KyIMrsI r REPORT OK THE CONDITION OF THE Bank of Glen Dean Doing business in the Town of Glen Dean County of Breckenridge State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of December 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 841983 84 Cash on hand and due from banks 73 9 11 Overdrafts 763 42 Current expenses and taxes paid 1832 08 Real estate 308371 Furniture and Fixtures 1300 Oil Total 4338 71 Other assets not includ ed under any of the above heads 0 00 Total 563 17 20 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 15000 00 Surplus and undivided profits 2245 D4 Deposits on which in terest is paid f19397 54 Deposits on which inter est is not paid1774945 Total Deposits 37146 05 Cashiers Checks out standing 76 71 Due to banks 1840 55 Total 56317 21 SctCountyI P C Snyder Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief P C Snyder Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by P C Snyder this 23 day of Dec 1010 My commission expires Feb 23 1914 W C Moorman Notary Public D C Moorman Correct Attest A E Smith MorrisWilsonDirectors Tile Pet Cat Cats need careful feeding and It Is not generally believed that they can and will It taught cat green vege tables They should be given these in tlio form of cabbage cauliflower and asparagus onco every day and that ut noon- Strangely enough the pet cats heavi est meal consisting of four ounces of meat should be given nt night nnd It should invariably be run through n chopper Potatoes are excluded from tho diet of all wtll cared for cats but sardines are given twice a week and only In cold weather Cats have individual tastes that may be gratified witbU reason Tho ordi nary American fit and It Is more satisfactory I than tlo Angoramay oven bo given peaches or currants or cocoa- nutl These are mentioned because they were the iwcullar dainties most liked by a cnt of the writers acquaintance I All of the cats milk Is boiled and given warm and well diluted and last but very Important n dally supply of fresh water and green grass is absolutely necessary II 1 J 1i r 4 f REPORT OP TilE CONDITION OH1 TIlE First State Bank IrvingtonKentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of December 1010 RESOURCES Y 1 Loans and Discounts 08018 451 2 U S and other Bonds QStocks and Securities 0 00 3 Due from Banks 13749 69 4 Actual Cash on hand 4208 45 5 Checks sash items and exchange for clearing 0 00 0 OverdraftsSecured00- 988Unsecured 881285 1722 73 7 Current expenses and J J taxes paid 078 01 8 Real Estate 4000 Fur niture and Fixtures 1660 81 Total 5669810 Other Assets not included under any of the above heads 0 00 e Total 8U4437 14 10 Capital Stock LIABILITIES paid in iniTiT cash 15000 00n11 Surplus I9120 undivid ed profits 1570 Q4 Total 206s 23 f 12 Deposits on which inter iest is paid 34720 63 Deposits on which interest is not paid 14204228 7 Total Deposits 77371 91 13 Cashiers checks out standing 0 00 Certified JO 00 Total 0 00rrchecks to Banks o 00 15 and Bills redis counted 0 00 Bills pay able 0 00 Total 0 00 16 Other liabilities not inAcluded under any of the above heads o 00 14StatetsCounty of Breckenridge j5301 I J C Payne Cashier of the aboveii ftheof my knowledge and beliefiJ C rc JbyMy Commission fLouisNotary Public WimpCorrect1 J JrCDirectionst Recent Stock Sales W R Moorman Son report follow- Ing sales j 1 Polled Durham bull S E Keeley Trenton Tcnn12 Poland China bred gilts W J Owen Sons Hardins burg j 2 bred tilts S C Haycraft I Son Kirk 1 bred gilt X D Clardy Son Big Rock Tenn lboar J H Lee Rome lullcc If the best is = not too good for you Lewlsport Best Flour Is the flour you ought to use Subzscribeitodayi ii 0- r JIt I J A Reliable Remedy r RRHrElys Balm I quickly absorbed III Relief nl Once cleanses soothes protectsrhomIiiG brano resulting from Oatnrrli BUll drives aCofdTm4holioad quickly Restores IaWRY of Taste and Smell Full size at Druggists or by man Liquid Cream Balm for use In atomizers 75 cts I Ely Brothers LCO Wnrrcu Street Now York 1THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE lillfl C GENERAL OFFICES NSW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES II Breckenridge News IGbej DEC 28 1910 I RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I i iForPrecinct and city Offices 250 For County Offices f 500 I fi For State mid= District Offices1500 For Calls per line 10 Ir t lFor Cards per Jlneu 10 For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Ik l lAAYISIStkkRAA SsUa7sSISsk I jj Local Laconics jj IIM AilAilAA4SlO 1 1Mrs George Huber is in Louisville Phone il2 R for trunks transferred II Pierce ill fV Sam Keith has returned from Eliza bethtown 1It ExSheriff Milt Miller was here TuesdayWallace = Babbage spent yesterday in i OwensboroWm has returned from Eddyville h Phone 32 R for nil kinds of hauling Pierce r Aa Mrs Walter Graham went to Louis ville Tuesday Darnell Dowden of Paducah was IF4here Saturday Miss Mary Jarboe came home from l Bowling Green Saturday L Mr and Mrs Thos Bonier spent ngChristmasin Louisville e of Mr and Mrs John Leich went to on Louisville Tuesday shopping Y John Bell of Tasper Ind has been 45Atheguest of Miss Hazel Holder 00Miss Lucy Adams will arrive this 9weekto visit Mrs Nancy Ferry 45 Percy Houston is here from Louis 4vine the guest of Milton Squires 00MissMamie Penner of Henderson is 73 1 1theguest of Mrs James Penuer 01WilburBrown is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W W Brown at Kirk Mr and Mrs Wm Hoffious and son 81 Elmer spent Christmas in Evansville Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot are 00visitingin Henderson county this week 14Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison and children are guests of relatives in Lou ville 00 Miss Georgia White has returned 23homeY front visit to Mrs Bell of Mem phis Tenn r G G Wine is the guest of his daugh ter Miss Iva L Wine at the Satter field home91 Harry Weatherholt was home from ooCentral City for the Christmas holi 00daysMr and Mrs Ernest Boyd and ch- ildaOren will go to Henderson this week for a short visit Miss Lydia Lawson has returned 00 home after a visit to MI and Mrs t4Jobn Lawson Route Ditzenbaugh has returned home from Louisville where he visited IC Russell Harris at iMrs Robert Glasscock and Mrs st Rosa Whitehouse will go to West Point soon for a visit iier i Dir and Mrs Gardner Board return iell ed from their bridal tour Friday to their homo near Kirk The Hardinsburg and McQuady tele phone line is to be rebuilt and put in good working order r Mr and Mrs Joe C Mattingly of c Glen Dean are spending the holidays zInBirmingham Ala Mr and Mrs Frank Bartles of Bartles Station spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Ross v Mrs William Pumphrey visited her daughter Mrs File DeHaven and Mrs Lucy Younger this week d Mr and Mrs H V Duncan spent Christmas at the home of Mr and Mrs David Duncan at Brandenburg Mr and Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis Tenn arrived Saturday evening to visit Mr and Mrs A R Fisher 1 Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annee 1 Murray will visit Mr and Mrs D R Murray In Indianapolis this week Mrs O C Shellman and daughters Misses Mable Kftthrlne and Mary Ber P v4 UNIQUE Entertainment At The Baptist Church For The Baptist Sunday School Pupils The teachers and pupils of the Bap tist Sunday school had a unique Christ mas entertainment Monday night An attractive play house was filled with good things for the little folks and Santa Claus appeared on the scene and gave all present a nice gift A program ol recitations was enjoyed and Christmas mirth was on in full blastRev Farmer and Wm Perkins took a prominent part in making the good time for all The Baptist Sunday School I is the largest attended in the county nice of Sample are visiting In this cityMrs C W Hamman and children Mary Christiana and Charlie Lee and her mother Mrs Gibson went to Holt Tuesday Junes Younger and mother Mrs Lucy Younger and daughter Eudora visited Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan at West Point during the holidays George Wendelken and Charles Tatum of McComb Miss are here as guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelken on Third Street Mr Clarence Robertson and family who have been in Walter Okla for the past six years returned to their home in Bewleyville last week to stay Mr J D Sampley of Bethany III who has been spending n few days with his sister Mrs Henry Tate left today to visit his brother and other relatives The children of the Presbyterian Sun day school will be entertained from 2 until 4 oclock Thursday afternoon to a Reindeer Party at the Presbyterian church J S Love representing the National Life and Accident Insurance Company of Nashville Tepn was here Tuesday His headquarters are at Irv ingtonOur old friend Chintz Royalty was a passenger on the train last Wednesday enroute to fee his family at Louisville He is now at Clay in the Rent Estate business doinj well Mrs C M Beardsley of Louisville I and brother J A Head teacher in the Irvington College are spending the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs W N Head at Ownnsboro Mr and Mrs Walter May and chil drenElizabeth Wheat and Walter May Jr of Detroit and David May of Owensboro are spending the holidays at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs Chas May Rev Farmer pastor of the Baptist church was presented Christmas with a handsome watch given to him by friends of this city Edward Morrison and Frank Storms were the solictors for the gift and it was a token of deep friendship for the minister PARIS LOSES EXQUISITE Andre Fouqulcres to Decorate Court of Kapurthala Paris it is said is to lose one of her chief ornaments The modern Beau Brummel of France the most exqui site of tjveutleth century dandies the spoiled arbiter of the Paris drawing room and tlie country house Is about to leave the scenes of his triumphs M Andre Fouquleres to whom this inade quate description npplles has suc cumbed to the blandishments of the mnhnraja of Knpurtlmla Not long ago tho maharaja robbed Europe of one of her most beautiful daughters in tho person of a Spanish dancer whom he placed high among his wives And now he is going to take awny one who in Inventing eo centrlcltles of dress and above nil In the management of n cotillion defied competition The maharaja has said to him so rumor has it You have nothing more to do In this Parisian rabble of society that has lost nil respect for hierarchy and for dell cacles of tone You nre much too dls tlngulshed and refined for France and I ask you to come with mo to preside over and organize tho fetes that will bo given at tho marriage of my laugh ter Anti the invitation has been accepted Wanted to Know Have you ever read any of my hus bands poetry Yes I have bad thatoryes maam What do you think of it Madam are you looking for a com pliment for your husbands verses or for sympathy for yourself Houston Post Different Now Beforo wo were married sighed tho fond wife you used to call me up by long distqnco telephone Just as you used to say to hear my voice Well retorted tho rebellious hus band nowadays you wont let mo get far enough from you to use tho long distance London Telegraph safettudlPatience power to do arc oniy acquired by work Hoi land iiI f q w GOING TO MARKET The Laugh Cure and the Sporty Amusement Fund FONDNESS FOR DRESS UPHELD A Clergyman Who Has the Temerity to AdvIse Men to Marry Girls Whose Gowns Are Modeled After the Latest Fashions Claude Lorraine Mirrors Dear ElsaSuch n funny thing hap pened while I was marketing this morning A very attractive looking fish shop has recently located around the corner from us which I patronized for the first time today The man who waited on me was a foreigner of some unknown nationality and when 1 naked for a quart of oysters ho was plainly puzzled but when he picked up a InrRC paper bag time tables were turned and It was I who was the most puzzled We looked at one another for a moment and then I gently said It was oysters I asked for Yes I know he stammered but nre you sure they are sold by the quartHe screwed up his fnco and then very uncertainly picked up a wooden quart measure such as those used for measuring apples and things and threw in a couple of oysters In their shells It suddenly dawned on me that ho was going to give me a dry quart of oys THE dLOlUtflKD DEAN TOT tern In the shells and just as ho was about to place them In the stout paper bag I Interrupted the proceedings by saying Never mind and tied precipitously that I might have a chance to laugh without offending the poor man Tho Laugh Cure This story Is one I will tell as my contribution to tho half hour laugh euro which we have Instituted as a regular thing each evening after din ner It is tine for tho digestion anti an all round good thing Wo nil take n turn at producing for tho occasion something which will create laughter To make the effort worth while and to introduce a sporty element into the game we have an amusement fund and the one voted to give the most amusing story has the privilege of selecting the entertainment for which the amusement fund shall next be ex pended Tho story can bo cither read or told or a series of funny pictures may furnish the fun or some one may make n grotesque face and set us all Into a fit of giggles Perhaps this sounds very silly but in reality it is part of the Platt to relax entirely from dignity anti restraint About a glowing lire tho trio as Dick calls Dorothy Margaret and me were sitting drinking tea tho other afternoon and eating tho most delicious new tea dainty n concoction of Mar garets Before getting down to time gist of the story let me say that this same dainty was nothing more than a small round rather thick biscuit plen tifully sprinkled with cream cheese In time center of which alluringly reposed a maraschino cherry but it was tine Suddenly one of us mado a remark about a certain pretty woman being so fond of dress And why shouldnt site bet spoke up Dorothy It surely is one of the special and important duties of a woman to be fond of dress and to exercise all her faculties to make that fondness obvious And I supporting tho cause made my little speech to the effect that a New York clergyman arrived in a talk from tho pulpit recently at a sensible conclusion about womans dress He hud the courage of his conviction and denounced the dowd and ho hind the temerity to advise men to choose as wives those girls whoso gowns are modeled after tho latest fashion and hats of the newest shapes Just think of such indorsement for the freak hats of the season Now according to my mind this Is common sense It helps refute the old theory that if a woman takes an In terest in dress she is u frivolous brain less idiot As n matter of fact a newi hat a gown In which she feels she looks well has a perfect tonic effect oni a woman and no less on tho people with whom she comes In contact Take what is called a fashion plato lute an assemblage of badly gowned wom en and watch tho effect They may disapprove but they will feel their in feriority They may bo younger in years But they instantly feel older In- spIrIt They realize that they have missed something that cnn only bo imparted by the knowledge that one Is good to look upon and though a worn an may bo plain and past her firstt youth she may feel assured that she ts this if her clothes are up to date The clergyman goes the length of pointing out that the woman who likes to bo in the latest fashion is not likely to bo a dull housewife or n so- ciAl failure while her opposite is likely to have a dreary mind and and bo narrow in her views Well we broke up the tea fight by concluding that we didtVt want to be lavish imitations of each other sar tonally but unless we kept up with n D 0 + + 1 m tW1Ili + + For Sale or RentFarm 1 PltullulhnllnFor SaleFarm ofHoukOakUmickElmClwHtnut supposecttobe3000treesnod timber or wM soil timber alone This orrurthor1 0 muCheneFor Salelarge Red Jersey Boar FOIL SALEA large red iersey boar good Stock Farm Ilranoenburg1yFarmFor Sale 1 Intgoon water ono anu n half miles from Clo veroort on the plko For further particulars CloverportKentucky1 For SaleScholarship owllntGrclmNewsCloverport For Sale Cheap WhltoLCJhorn rAdlburKea wserrarM- I T I The Biggestsho- wing we have ever made in XMAS JEWELRY I t Severs Drug CoII t J a J time dress procession we would go oft ImmenselyClaude Lorraine Mirror I havo had a beautiful time lately poking about among the antique shops and hnve picked up n charming Claude Lorraine mirror These glasses you know are so named from the supposed likeness to the pictures of the famous painter A Claude mirror is a black ened convex glass which shows tho effect of a scene reproduced In n some what exaggerated perspective Lor value was a painter of landscapes justly I celebrated for his Renderings of light effects of sunlight and shadow This kind of mirror Is therefore call ed a Claude glass and Is diligently sought after nowadays In my Joiirneylngs I also picked up some pottery jars that resemble spec incus of Pueblo works of art nnd as I learned that they were intended for bean pots a sort of glorified variety nn it were I am going to present two of them to as ninny Boston frlcflds for Chrlstmns gifts Dont expect to hear from mo until after the holidays for Ill be Just rush ed to death up to tho last moment Yours as ever MABEL Heres ar Clever Apron One may always learn something new of time thrifty housekeeper Tho latest originality along this line is tho kitchen apron contrived from tho tall of a shirt A clever little woman who likes to put every penny she can save from necessaries Into pretty clothes and attractive furnishings for her homo gets all her around tho house aprons as well as pinafores for tho children from her husbands outworn shirts The collar and boson of a mans shirt wear out long before tho lower portion nnd tho back breadth hemmed as it is already around part of the sides nnd the bottom makes a- very good apron The top comes Just above the bust line and from there straps made from the shirt sleeves pass over the shoulder and button back of the neck Tho sides are round ed out to fit smoothly under the arm and short straps attached at tho waist line button lu the back Such an apron may be made in half an hour buttonholes and nil How to Curl Feathers Before curling feathers that have been laid away they should be hung in the sun mad air for hours The next step IJ to stroke the fronds tho wrong way thnt is from tho tip to tho quill This will make the feather Huffy To curl take the plume in the left hand and hold it over steam Begin at the tip and stroke with a blunt knifeI taking about half a dozen fronds at a time The curl will form underneath When both sides of the feather are done curl a few of the upper fronds in an opposite direction that is so that tho curl will fall over tho quill Course For Luncheon As first course for luncheon or dinner cut rounds of tho fruit ncross the pineapple leaving on the rind Each Is on inch thick Put n round on a fillpspace with powdered sugar and cut into equal sections but allow the piece to remain round Each small section is dipped in tho sugar and eaten with the fingers See that the fruit IB thornpMv hl11 mi J 4 i W f ay the New Year witness for II- all of our loyal customers= 1U and friends a realization of their t fondest dreams of Joy and Prosper ltytt i IIII1 rn1F7h1I I1 J C NOLTE BRO f CLOVERPORT KYJlj SCOTCH COLLIESA registered Scotch Collie pupple mokes an acceptable Christmas pretent a great companion for children and will dc one mans work on the farm We sup pup and you pay for same ou arrival and when you are satisfied PLANTERS HALL KENNELS Glendeane Ky Something New In Furs If you have any tall trimmings on your furs cut them off for they offend Mme In Mode exceedingly this whiter and shell have nothing whatever to do with them In their place should bo substituted handsome silk tassels long and of goodly proportions In 1 j j lsw TUBEE PIECE SET OF PERSIAN TAW fact all kinds of passementerie orna ments on furs are quite the latest trimmingsThe set of Perslnu pay seen In tho cut is so adorned and the orna ments add much beauty to the graceful scarf The calm mold hat is of the Persian paw untrimmed save for n tiny wreath under the brim of ribbon rosebuds and leaves FRANCE HAS WAR CENSUS Can Requisition All Aeroplanes Horses and Automobiles The French government tins already taken a census of all time horses and automobiles lu IFrance so that it can requisition their services in case of war and it is now drawing up a law to provide for a census of aeroplanes HO that it will bo able to call upon nil tho monoplanes and biplanes in the country if need arises New Sign of Danger A zigzag arrow has been adopted in Germany as a danger sign to bo dls played on high tension electrical ap paratus Q M I y4 li J 5 For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph made for Christmas Beautifuland Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Will be in Irvington Ky Jan uary 5 6 and 7 STEPHENS PORT Rev Jarboe filled his appointment at time M E church Sunday He will move his family here net week Hewitt Dix is spending his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs S H Dx Cecil Dix was in Irvington one day last week having some dental work 1 I one Mr and Mrs R A Smith nnd Miss Lena Payne spent a few lays in Louis ville last Week News was recejved here Sunday of the death of Fred Dieckman in Cnlifor nin It was a sad Christmas indeed in the Dieckman home Have not heard the particulars at this writing about his death or whether or not the remains will be brought here for interment Fred was a good boy loved by all who knew him He leaves a wife and two small children Mrs Sallie Bennett is not able to be up yet but we trust she will soon re cover Mr andMrs Chas Ilnmman of Clo verport were guests of Mrs Sallie Ben nett Sunday Miss Abbie Whittinghill is spending her vacation with her parents at Fords ville Dr and Mrs Nevitt and children spent the day in Irvington Sunday Cleveland Hamilton spent the holt days with his parents Mr and Mrs R D Hamilton If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the Hour you ought to use HEAR YELets go to Bacons LThey advertise in 1 the NQVSDurtlte Fairleigt fr rid i ll 1 t 0 ILi J t- t t a cc e Ill ii 1 lull t JIo S 1it- r i a- I 11 L rvi L 1L f 1F- w e s iC ip u KlJ l i ir ll l I I1I Vc M CEach and Everyone of our Customers 1 and Friends for their pat ronage in 1910 Wishing each 01fYou a t r i i ari1 I t t and Hoping for a Continuance off 1 ti same in 1911 we are respectfullyk THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSY I Cloverport KentuckyJ z n uuuIIi 3 l 1 I t I f+ v I h kt x P a- C II ljji j J 1t y li WHEN BUILDING A GRAVEL ROAD tI Use No Stone ThaI Is Larger Than a Walnut jl h ALWAYS NEEDS ATTENTION i From the Very Instant of Completion Either Gravel or Stone Road Begin to Deteriorate aria tho Longer It IIs Neglected the More It Will Cost to 4 Repair Following 15 an extract from liTho Viz Maintenance of Gravel1 and Broken Stone Roads written by Daitfcl N Lutten Perdue university Lafnyettu Ind in States Duty Tho gravel used should contain no stone larger than a walnut and should contain not more than 40 per cent of Ono material which may con slst of sand and clay In about equal tf I VOKN QRAVEL v =t Courtesy Good Roads New York W proportions At least 20 per cent of t flue material must bo present for ceo jmenting purposes and to help make the gravel impervious to water A Test I If after a hard winters frost the li Asides of a gravel pit remain steep t without caving it may bo taken as IsfJr When a business man invests 2money In a business project such for Instance as the purchase of houses 4 for renting ho finds it to his interest iI t to keep those houses In good repair r If tho roof begins to leak it must be attended to at once or the Interior I7 may bo ruined It furnace or chim ney flues become defective they must bo repaired before the dwelling is en dangered by fire So it should bo with our highways A good road sur taco must not only support loads but it must act us a roof to shield tho softer foundation from moisture A leak in tho surface of a road may be t as disastrous to the capital invested as a leak In the roof of n dwelling Road Deterioratesy From tho very instant of comple t tion of either n gravel or stone road that road be ll1sto deteriorate and the longer it is neglected the moreb rapid will be the loss due to luck oft maintenance What such roads need u 1 Nm OHAVEI ROAD WELL CAWED Toll Courtesy Good Roads Now York Is not a great amount of new material to replace tho wear due to traffic but attention and labor Fifty cubic yards of gravel or stone will replace material worn from ono mile by a years traffic The gravel or stone should be ap plied In small quantities and only when tho road Is muddy It should bo ap plied upon the low spots caro being taken to keep tho center of the road rralways crowned and all chuck holes R and ruts filled and leveled Wherever water la found standing upon tho rond that spots needs now road material and It should be applied beforo the water dries off Tho aim should bo to keep the road In such shape that there Would be no opportunity for water to stand upon any portion of the road surface It should have a ready menus of escape to the side ditches and then should escape from ditches before It has time tojmturato the fotindatipn 1 H4 H TUB sand and oil roads of Call t I fornia are aid to ber waterproof Jn+ rl YVl 5 + J To Remodel Last Winters Frock In most wardrobes there are frocks the materials of which are up to date but the stylo n bit passe which time average woman cannot afford to throw hrlnglnII a right up to ute Granting that you have n chiffon Panama dress that needs remodeling suppose you trim the skirt after tit manner of tho ono illustrated A baud PIIKTTT LITTLE AFTK11NOON FROCK of bias satin Is arranged at the edge of the skirt and a similar band above the knees Between these points of vantage are narrow quillings of tho satin with here and there decorative pump bows of the same material Tho high satin girdle edged top and hot lorn with quillings almost covers the lower part of the surpllced bodice which Is trimmed with the plaitlugs rovers and chemisette of Irish hue The sleeves are of tho three materials The small seamstress could accom plish such a rejuvenation in n couple of days and with little expense a smart costume will result CASTORIAFurI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Slgnaturoof Subscribe this very day GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE The Cooking and Serving of the Winter Apple FOR SUNDAYNIGHT SUPPER Its Hard to Invent a Novelty For the Cheeso Course but Heres One That Will About Fill the Bill With Little Trouble or Expense In many homes apple sauce anti ap pIes baked are tho only ways of serv ing this abundant fruit but there are n number of other styles that will be found quite as appetizing The fol lowing recipes are all tried nnd trusty onesStuffed Apple Compote Pare n doz en fine large apples and carefully re A CIIBISK COUIISE move time core without breaking the apples Then fill time cavities with an orange or peach marmalade and put them into an agate or earthen ware baking dish with n pound of granulat ed sugar half a cupful of water and a dusting of ground cinnamon or grated nutmeg Let them bake In a moderately hot oven until they nrp tender Serve hot or cold Fried Apples Juicy rather tart apt pies are best for this purpose Pure the apples and cut them in round slices and fry them a nice brown In deep hot fit Drain them in a heated colander and theta place them In a dish sprinkle with sugar and serve with roust pork Baked Apple Pudding Stew enough apples to make a pint of sauce and while the apples are boiling hot stir in a tablespoonful of butter nnd nut meg mace cinnamon and allspice to suit the taste Then take from the fire and stir In the well beaten yolks of two or three eggs Beat all very light then beat In the whites of the eggs beaten to a stilt froth Put into n but tered dish and bake for fifteen min utes in n moderately hot oven When nicely browned grate nutmeg on top and serve cold with cream and milk Apple Pudding SaucePeel quarter and core six good cooking apples and put them in a saucepan with a pint of cold water cud half a llemon find cook for half an hour Press time apples through n sieve into n bowl add pow dered sugar to sweeten to taste about half a cupful and a teaspoonful of I ground cinnamon and half a cupful of good brandy Set back on the stove nnd let tho juice boil for five minutes Servo with apple pudding This salmon recipe Is excellent for Sunday night supper Hot Canned Salmon Set a con of Pu I P lie Sale SAT JAN ON F 31rA31r7th We will offer for sale at my home on Will Bashams farm near Joel Jarreds 3 miles South of Lodiburg the following property to the highest and best bidder 1 bay horse 6yearsoM 1 sorrel mare 3yearsold broke to work 1 bay horse 3yearsold broke to work 2 milch cows 2 heifers 35 head of sheep 8 head fat hogs 2 road wagons 1 buggy and har ness 50 bushels of corn farming implements household and kitchen furniture Terms Made Known on Day of Sale DAN MILLER WILL BASHAM i jItI 1 C L i L v c tIsjiI f oJ t salmon In n saucepan of boiling water over tho fire niul let the water skinner fifteen or twenty minutes Open the cnn close to the edge drain off tin liquid ben turn the snlmon on to time center of n serving dlnli Surround with potatoes ctitJn lengthwise quar ters or In bulls cooked tender and drained Garnish with n hard cooled egg cut In quarters Servo egg sauce In a sauce bout KgS Sauce Molt two tablespoonful of butter In It cook two tablespoon ful of Hour and impfourth a teaspoonful of salt mid add ono cupful of cold wil ter and stir until boiling Draw to n HOT CANNED SALMON cooler part of the range nnd gradually stir In two tablespoonfuls of butter cut In small pieces Finish with a hard cooked egg chopped flue or cut In slices Heres just the thing for n novel cheese course Roll cream cheese Into balls nearly an Inch In diameter and roll tho balls In pistachio nuts blanched and Chopped Pile the balls In center of n chop plate and surround with a wreath of orange or grapefruit mill malade Surround the marmalade with hot toasted crackers Serve at the close of luncheon or dinner In tho iplJcei of the usual pudding pie or other sweet dish If preferred pass the cheese marmalade and crackers on n tray in separate receptacles To Mend Tablecloth To nand a frayed tablecloth baste n plo of sheer muslin or organdie firm Ily on the wrong side of time cloth keep bug the threads as nearlyI as possible In their proper position then place that part of the cloth In an embroidery hoop and darn over and under the frayed threads and limbo tho Inn cloth an Inch or two on either side Use If possible linen thread pulled from apiece of new table linen After lama dering the mtiuled placo In the cloth will hardly be noticed Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTORIMAN WILL FREEZE TO DEATH Or Wileys Theory of Ultimate Ex tinction of Life The earth is slowly cooling and man will freeze not starve to death in the distant future according to Dr liar vey W Vlley chief chemist of the department of agriculture who forsook tile subject of germs and pure foods long enough to address the Secular league at Vashlugton However he added there will be fuel for at least another million years In the future he said further the air will furnish heat fuel and power and companies will be formed for uti lizing it This is not n theory but an actuality of the future based upon ac tual conditions and natural laws Cant look well eat well or feel well with Impure blood feeding your hody Keep your blool pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take oxer cise keep clean and you will have long life PERAMBULATING THEATER FRANCES LATEST SCHEME Will Travel by Automobile and Seat i 1500 Persons A perambulating thontor fitted with the latest scenic appliances and seat lug 1500 persons will take tho road In France As In the days of Motion performances will be given wherever there is a favored spot but instead of tho chariots and horses thero will be a train of eight automobiles draw Ing twentyone cars The idea originated with FirmIn Ge mler a well known Parisian theater director and it became public through tho fine arts report of Deputy Paul Goncourt The following details of tho scheme wore announced Local and provincial theaters usu ally aro insufficient for fine dramatic productions Moreover many com munities have no theaters Tho whole idea Is based In decentralization timid tho wish to cnrry culture to the prey Inccs I Intend to give tho classics and tho best modern plays When 1 arrive at a town I shall erect n tent with n stage taxes orchestra seats drops wings sceneryeverything com pinto Including a central lighting nnd heating plant Thanks to n now S Stem tho lighting will bo as good ns In tho best thenter1- Special new pocifcry will be pro pared for every play There will be twenty actors dlrwtcd by myself and I shall employ forty machinists We shall sell seats from 20 to GO cents apiece and will spare no pains to make the productions perfect In every way Wo cannot travel fast perhaps only six miles ap hourbut wo shall at least travel jurely Wo expect n great success Tho twentyfly roads composing the Western trunk jino commission havo agreed to postpone tho effective date of their Increased freight rates from Aug 1 to Nov If Tho British h niso of commons has passed the neW civil list of King George amounting to 470000 a year exactly tho saute ftum that was allot ted to King Edjprd JI a e Something New In Kitchen WareThe 1892 Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly takingthlfirst cost is a trifle more than ordinary ware it is guaranteed F n life time pureSPUNpeelbreakIt looks like silver but weighs only about one quarter as much is easily cleaned and handled and will not rust corrode or tarnish Absolutely pure nonpoisonous and wholesome saves money time and doctors bills Be sure you get the original and gen 5laltesecrossJULIAN H BROWN ClOYerport Ky Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec 4 1910 147 145 143 I 141 146 I 142 144 H8STATIONS L UalllIVU 53 STKAWHKUKV 11285 26f5i oar5l ra IT 1101IKAlHRVN f20J10 01 5 21 0 21 WKST POINT 0 90 12 01 li 50 54f541t54Ir5I 5 SS 9 49 nUANDBNllUKG II 38 Ii 25 5 89 fO 56 EivKON rim 21 IIi Hi 0 os CIO 03 GUS raN 548 fll 13 ti ON Jt 11 OR IMi 0110 43 015025 10 IB IKVINQTON 5 41 j 110115551fO 31 flO 10 WRMSTKK flO 41 f5 4 lo ai fio 21 L LOmitUUO flO 88 15 34 ro n MYSTIC flO 31 lrtJ f5a14 re no 43 ADDISON no 03 t510tr o 50 HOLT i 01 ia OH lltfwai 0 I 7 00 815snots451t1g L ttl12 x802III4 SO 52s 21 45at31CtI129III 3IIUt10341 f1 0 DUTCH7 13 12 Uam 83j 1IOpm OWENSIIOKO 3 50 tB 35 345 655840 CONWAY C121 t641t131f8lD 163713j 631r1u f8 10 16 2s7 4mm t621C11fT59 10 1C 168 613BOdIIm I 00 739 255 555pm 155 1015 1311 EVANSVILLE2 J5 710am 230140 am 140pOl ST LOUIS 0 00 pm 8 alum IttlfStLouisThrough man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport- No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business i If you do you may find Just whitt you need in this department Jf you aro interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want an where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property yea are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If youdwant cash for your property send price and description at once and togetherThisonabingbuyersJno D Babbage l 950 liardInsburtorImprovement tobaccoIntormatlon 3 300 140 acres 2 miles from Ouston oreliardgoodtimber roomdwelllulCRood barns i barn and house anti cis torn back In tho Held meat and lion house plontyofaddressJnoCO 000 For 10 acres four mileswestr Olendeano Smiles from b unrh rallroadall trosh land 100 micros In cultivathou 50 micros morass will produce thi best neIghborhoodplentyI lug log dwelling 2 rooms and sldo room housesIJentygood land to clear PrIce 2000 f cash Fon 8ALK A farm Contalulng250 acres and under fence A nice cottage cf DYe L61 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with a store room over It two good stock bara tone t tenant house abut 500 apple and poach trees also pears quinces most till kinds of small fruits Including a nIce vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared bulunce to woods ttb acres In grass several troves of black locust sulllclout for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near Kkron on L 11 A St L U It price Is 5000 oc long and easy payments FOU SALE A splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded by goodprosperous farmers This Is Just the place for some young physician to step Into It good practice and a good drug business An old establlshe physlclltn wants to retire Is the reason for selling Iror further partIc ulars address JNO D BAHDAGB Oloyei port Ky HAVE you ever tried to soil your old I clothes The only way you can sell thorn is to talk about them show them and keep after tho person until you get the monoy in your pocketbook Its the same way with everything else you have to talk about it before you can soil itand the best way to bo heard is through the home paper Put an ad in the M want column at Ic a word an ad in the locals at lOc a line andtt you will sell that old stove that baby buggy or gasoline ea J gino This can bo done tl rouhtTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I- c 4 I 1 r HARDINSBURG Allis Klncheloo went to Loufs Ill Monday r Anthony Rcczor ot Rome Ind ha moved to Hardiusbur c George Peyton of Greeley Colorado is at homo fora few weeks at the Com mercial Hotel Halllday Peyton eftt Owensboro and Miss Lillian Morgan of Brandenburg are guests of the Misses PeyCbn John Shepard of Covlngton apen Christmas with his parents Rev and Mrs E I Shepard- Dr John E Klncheloa was called to Sample Sunday where he liad to amputate ftho greater part of both hands the six year old son of Mr and Lee Beauchamp The little folio- had got hold of one of the largo fire crackers which sell for 2 or 3 cents s each and ignorant of the danger held it In both hands after igniting The R result was a fearful mangling of the r hands leaving but one unhurt finger a and of course rendering a mostsfrtous lifelong maiming This is another argument against the sale of thes dangerous Christmas goods Let ou n lawmakers and town councils so legis late tthjit these dangers are minimized and that only safe Christmas toys are usedSherman Ball came down from Frank fort for the holidays Mr and Mrs Pile ehtertain the High School and the Eighth Grade this eve ning An old fashioned candy pulling will be given See Dr Walker for your dental work Judge Moorman went to Louisville Monday on legal business Prof and Mrs R Y Maxey are spending a few days with relatives at SacramentoMiss McGavock of Clover port arrives today to be the guest of Miss Mary Franklin Beard for a few days Cleveland Brock was in Louisville Friday and Saturday Vivian Haswell and Mack Brown are at home from the State University for the holidays Ernest Haswell arrived Saturday from Cincinnati to spend the holidays at home School holidays last till January 2nd Mrs John A Wallace of TroyTenn is the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Beard County Court Monday r as followed by the County Criminal Court yesterday and a called session of the Fiscal Court today to consider the bridge situation and some other special matters Mrs Lee Walls and daughter Llnnie were at Custer a few days last week 1 the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Trent Mr Clayton Beard arrived last week from Revere Mo after a visit in Arkansas Mr Beard may decide to remain permanently here his old homer Dr E L Sheperd was called last week to Jessamine County to conduct the funeral of a fonner parishioner Mrs Sue Mercer of Leitchfield is the guest of Mrs Chambllss Russell Compton who has been at the State University accepts a position with Heston WhifworthCo the first of the year as manager of their coal and feed business Miss Ruth Kincheloe is visiting Miss Bessie Foote of Bewleyvilie and Mis 1Mildred Moorman of Glen Dean this weekThe Eighth Grade Honor Roll for tilt 4 4fourth month contains these names q rMNMWI rllwrlIwwyWrM I gAA M Irw NA IMr MAAawrlfw Mr A AI s e fAMUWVO COUNTRYA FARMERS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE Every word written for the Farmer and the Farmers wife and Children published at Louisville Ky and is edited by a practical farmer OURw COUNTRY has studied country problems home comforts teeding cattle raising hogs poultry and field crops The object of the magazine is the farmers of this to read and Ythinlear+ BothrHW w IIIAI t JJlWAttI WIftIJt ftNtIt Itr JMIIINKOJ JSarah Deane Moorman Zeno Miller Sallie Meador Murray Brown Thos Whitfield Clara Belle DeHaven Dick Soper Elulse Hook Margaret Peyton Mary Franklin Beard Nathaniel Shell man Raymond Kincheloe Dwight Willett is at homo from Be ea College this week John OReilley and his sister Miss Mary and Miss Mortlne Monardi who are in Owensboro schools came home last week for the holidays- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Mr and Mrs Milton Coke of Somer set have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Beard for severrflidays J H Pile is in Louisville to seo Diane- tell in Shakespeare Mr and Mrs S D McGill and family of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs Lonnie Smith Sunday and Mon dayRev and Mrs M L Dyer are visit- Ing at Nolin their former home Miss Tula C Daniel has gone to St Louis to spend the latter part of the winter as is her custom Dr J C Tucker of McDaniels was in town Saturday Examinations were held in the High School last week for the first half years work Misses Annie Lewis Whitworth and Judith and Mr Robert Curtis had done their work so well that they were exempt from any examination what ever Several others were exempt in one or more studie as were many of the Public School In the Eighth Grade Miss Sarah Deane Moorman and Master Zeno Miller led in the exemptions they having to be examined in but two studies each Luke B Reeves contemplates mak ing extensive improvements on his property now occupied by HJ Roberts grocery store Contractor Bramlett of Irving on was here Saturday cstiinti ting the cost of the work Harrison Fisher colored is the only person in the county jail Mr and Mrs Davis Dowcll were at Garfield Sunday Ernest Clemmons of Compton III was a guest of his sister Mrs Wm spa M You Can Work Near a Window in winter when you have a Perfec tion Oil Heater It is a portable radiator which can be moved to any part of a room or to any room in a house When you have a- iJRFECTIOj4 Absolutely smokeless and odorless you do not have to work close to the stove which is usually far from the window You can work where you wish and be warm You can work on dull winter days in the full light near the window without being chilled to the boneThe Perfection Oil Heater quickly 4 thefontindicator always shows the amount of oil in the font The filler Thisheatert The Perfection Oil Heater has an automaticlocking C turnedhighgalleryjrforrawickingyetUahtDtacs Dwrywhm clrcutartyStandard Oil Companytiaeerperli II Ii ll fili JJ j Hall a part pf last week Marriage licenses Alfred O Blair and Ardie Sanders Elmer H Kerr and Genevieve Logsdon Joe Bruner and Alta Bruner EVADING THE LAW The Pictures of Flying Birds In a Mo hammedan Mpsque According to one of the tenets of the Mohammedan religion it is n sin to make a picture tflllY living thing Tho elaborate decorations of tbo pal aces and mosques of the east are al most exclusively made up of ingenious ly Interlaced geometric designs ara besques or flowers intermixed with sentences of the Koran There Is a belief among Mussulmans that at the day of Judgment Allah will demand that tho artist who has made the Image of a living thing shall endow that imago with life nUll that falling to do this the artist will be sent to perdition for his sin A gentleman who visited a mosque In Algiers found that the tiles with which the building is decorated which are very old and very beautiful are adorned with flights of birds lIe ex pressed surprise at this and asked if the command gainst such representa thou were a modern edict Oh no answered the pious Alge rian to whom he addressed the ques tion These are not pictures of liv ing birds But they are painted as if flying across tho tiles the other said in some astonishment Yes the Mussulman replied but do you not see that about the neck of each there 1 is n line black line That Is onlydeadKoran is not violated ICASTE IN THE ARMY Civilians Find It Difficult to Under stand Military Discipline One thing not commonly understood among civilians Is the completeness of the barrier which divides army offi cers from the soldiers or as they are more generally called tho men It Is always vastly timuslug to those fa miliar with the service to observe the errors in Ctilti respect frequently made by the novelist and tho playwright Personal iimllllcntlons have hotJilug whatever to do with the matter A soldier may tie a gentleman who has enlisted with the purpose of obtaining n commission yet there can be be tween him and his officers no social Intercourse of any sort and severe penalties would bo inflicted upon the officer who would attempt to disregard tho rule It might seem that this enforcement of a caste souse would result In much hard feeling on the side of the men Such however is not actually the case It Is taken for granted and recognized as conducive to good order and military discipline It is a mill tary regulation like any other and Im plies no disgrace Directly a soldiers enlistment is out or directly ho rises from tho tanks the prohibition is re moved Delineator Roundabout Tho very budding barrister assumed tho approved legal look of Indisputable superiorityNow good lady ho observed slinking an admonitory forefinger at tho woman in the witness box you do not appreciate the gravity of the ques lion Endeavor to concentrate what brain power nature has endowed you with nnd answer me What relation ship docs tho defendant bear to you ladyiIsonco removed had Ms mother marry Inmo uncles only brpther My good lady Interrupted the bud despairingly I am not hero to solve puzzles Wen Im blowcdl ejaculated the lady You was talkin jest nab as though youd cornered most o1 the brain pahr goln If you ndnt swank ed quite so much Id a1 told yer plain ly on simply Eso mo brother London Answers good youLewisportI toUtJ s Y ought I f i ili 1 11 WEAK WEARY WOMEN Learn The Cause of Daily Woes And End Them When the back aches and throbs When housework is tortue When night brings no rest nor sleep When urinary disorders set in Womans lot is a weary one There Is a wayto escape these woes Doans Kidney Pills cure such ills Have cured thousands Read this womans testimony Mrs A Baur 737 Mulberry St Owensboro Ky says I have used Deans Kidney Pills and have found them to be unequalled for kidney trou ble and lame back This remedy also corrected a difficulty with the kidney secretions I sleep much better since using Doans Kidney Pills and that languid feeling has disappeared For sale by all dealers Price SO cents FosterMUbum Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Fun In the Homo Whatever your lot In life keep joy with you says Orison Swett Mardcn iin Success Magazine It Is a great healer Sorrow worry Jealousy envy bad temper creato friction and grind away the delicate human machinery so that the brain loses Its cunning Half the misery In the world would be avoided if the people would make a business of having plenty of fun at home Instead of running everywhere else in search of it Now for Host nnd Fun No Busi ness Troubles Allowed Hero These are good home building mottoes When you have had a perplexing day when things have gone wrong with you and you go home at night exhausted discouraged blue Instead of making your homo miserable by going over your troubles nnd trials just bury them instead of dragging them homo nnd making yourself and your family unhappy with them and spoiling the whole evening just lock everything that Is disagreeable in your office s bpIa place for bright pictures and pleasant memories kindly feelings toward everybody and as Mr Roosevelt says a corking good time generally If you do this you will be surprised to see how your vocation or business wrinkles will bo ironed out In tb morning and how the crooked things will be straightened Domestic Girl Is Happy The girl whose sphere is set in do mestidty can find as keen a satisfac tion ht doing her work to the very best of her ability us can her sister who achieves college honors or famo In tbo literary world Indeed there Is something peculiarly satisfying and flno and healthy about work with the hands because for one thing ItIR generally service for others Again the grout mass of women must inevitably find their scope In domestic Ufo and every girl whatever her social position may be would be the butter for two yel10I thorough training in housewifery says the Phil ndelphlR Inquirer Therefore if you nro going through your hopeless phase try good honest housework as an antidote Work hard with your hands and at tho sumo time cultivate a cheerful spirit and an interested habit of mind A Phone Incident- A homtckF pot In New York phoned to tho nieat market Have you any liver that morning I hopi so came tho respOnse ivltJl a cheery Ilaugh which was not like the butchern Aro yjm not the butcher she fur ther Inquired people call me that but I nr Soandso came the UWelfomo recognized the name of most famous surgeons in town sijfi gftfped an apology and nsrv a lusly II l 1 iiiii1 r i l- e j 7 R j- cJ t McGAVOCKS Quiet a number from here have been in Cloverport this week doing their Christmas shopping Mr Wilbur Ballman of Mook is here to spend the holidays with his grand parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ballman fA good crowd attended tie enter tainment at Plsgah given by Mr Jas McGovern and his pupils Friday A nice treat was also enjoyed Mr AT Ballman went to Hawes villa Thursday Mr Emniett Crenshaw has been at Kirk this week the guest of his sister Mrs Beavin Old Santa Claus visited the pupils of McGavocks school Friday afternoon- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour is the Hour you ought to use- WELL AIR BEDDING Recipes For Various Things Helpfu to the Housewife Why Is It that so many housekeep ors who see to It that their houses are spotlessly clean with nary a speck of dust or mud do not appreciate the value of clean fresh air In the home In the summer when one Is glad enough to open the window proper ventilation is an easy matter but when the cold breezes blow and the coal supply Is not unlimited the housewife I winImorning supply enough the life giving ozone to stock the house for the day To begin nt the bedroom it is the Idea of most housewives that to turn the bed covers back for a few minutes before the open window will sufficient ly all the bed And so it is the Idea of many of us But the covers should be taken completely oft tho bed and spread over two chairs by the window and tho mattress turned back These should be aired all morning before making the bed Every window in the room should bo opened and In fact ono window should be partly open all tho time except when n storm would drive through At night the clothes should not bo allowed to lloin a heap where they have beon carelessly thrown but each garment should be separated from the others and hung on n clothes tree near a window where the night all will blow on thorn which contrary to popular superstition is not Injurious but beneficialIn kitchen the frequent opening of the outer door generally lets in suf ficient fresh nil but the living room a diffcccnt matter Tho best plan lis to have the carpenter make a two sillIit meets tho board In this way there will bo a space between the upper and lower sash In tho middle of tho win dow which will permit of sufficient fresh air entering It varnished tho same as the other woodwork this will not mar tho appearance of the wIndow Subscribe Right Now HARNED I B Payne is spending a few days in Chicago Noah Weatherford of Louisville came Saturday to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs John Weatherford Mr and Mrs Johnnie Meador of Basin SpHngs are the guests of her sister Mrs Milt Davis Bruce Moorman spent a few days in Louisville last week Miss May Pile Spent Saturday at Hardinsburg Miss Virginia Payne has been visiting her slstsr Mrsv Sam Garden of Basin Springs Mr and Mr S m Tucker left Frid y for Ow risbo 6 tbfspnd ChrUtniM Wlth I JI i ii t tr jA his parents Jas Tucker and family Percy Macy spent Sunday at West View r Dr Earl Moorman of Louisville came down Saturday night to visit his mother Mrs Ethel Moorman Miss Mannie Harper and brother of near Hardinsburg spent Sunday with + Miss Mary Carman Mr and Mrs sonsIIguests of her mother Mrs Ethel Moorman yonLewisportought to use LODIBURG Mr and Mrs James Avitt of Con nessville are spending the holidays LucyAvittchamp spending Sam Brown who has been in Illinois for the past two months returned homo last week Abe Robertson Of Tuscola Ill is spending the holidays with his father ilAllen Robertson Mrs Anna Robbins of Mystic was the guest of Mrs Flake Ater last Fri day Mrs Delle Shaw of Oneal Neb is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Gibson this week Hon Claud Mercer of Hardinsburg was in our town Friday Miss Anna Lee Hardin is spending the week with her cousin Miss Mary J Gibson of Holt George Edward Shellman is at home from Lexington is spending the holidays with fits parents Mr and Mrs E H Shellman Ernest Gibson of Bowling Green is at home spending the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Gibson George Cook is spending the week with relatives at Petree and Lewisport The Misses Bellof Hardinsburg were visiting Mr and Mrs Reebe French last week The Christmas tree at A J Keys last Saturday night was an enjoyable affair The tree was beautifully deco rated with nice presents not only for the little ones but for the older ones also A large crowd attended and every thing went off nicely Roscoe Keys who acted as Santa Claus could not be beat by anyone in the county If the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best flour fs the flour you ought to Use tJ WIDEWELD ASPHALT tt3 fjjJ jJ rF IN a 6 Full inches- of Asphalt Cementwelded No Nailholcs- Through i iR R Roof A Continuous Onepiece LI r I iheadIeandIe 1 NO CoalTar jj fSOLQ BY Gregory Co ij iDelLumber Lime Cementf F Cfsws v r = I= lI 11