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ESt Jig EVER
Hes Mr. S. P. Drury-Tells
About Thanksgiving Day And
The Union Sunday School.
Btautiful Singing And Other
r. S. P. Drury writes in a delight-
y natural way, which is always the
t Interesting, of the Thanksgiving
meeting at "his church," the
ihodist, between Irvlngton and Cus
It is a pleasure Indeed, to hear of
happy occasions over the county
tare being provided by the Sunday
ools and churches for both "old
ks and the young ones " The letter
Editor: I am sorry that I did not
nd you an invitation to attend our
nion Sunday School Thanksgiving,
ovembcr 28th. I will surely try and
better next time. Man is liable to
ny mistakes and I hope you will
Flvit, I want to tell you something
f air effort or aim which was to make
ir Sunday School the most interest-
ng place for the boys and girls to be
found in this section of the county on
hanksgivlng, at the same time to meet
1th all the good people of Drecken
idge county, we possibly could on this
lay and offer up thanks to our heaven-
y Father for the many blessings he has
estowed upon us and our fellow men
nd women in the past.
Well, we surely had a big crowd and
ne of the best old fashioned spreads
or dinners that I have had the pleasure
:o get a share in for years. Pumpkin,
apple, mince and custard pies, fruit
ake, yellow cake, brown cake, white
i'akc, boiled faced or striped, most
ny flavor you might call for. Meat or
meats, why yes, chicken, both boljed
and fried, turkey, boiled ham, beef,
tc, pickles, candy and lots of other
good things too numerous to mention.
We had the tooth picks for the old men
after dinner, but passed them around
to the women first.
Mrs. lva Johnson, superintendent of
the Clifton Mills Sunday school, came
over with her choir and took a part
with us, and I want to tell you we
were glad to meet them and get ac
quainted. Sure, It helps a man or wo
map along over the rough places in
life to meet these people and hear
them sing. They are not afraid tn op
en their mouths so as to be heard.
When it tomes to singing they surely
1 .Brother T. B. Henderson, the Coun-
ty Sunday School Superintendent, was
also with us and made several short
talks on the Sunday School work and
his trip to the National Convention in
California, what he saw and learned.
I have heard Brother Henderson sev
eral times in the past on this line of
the work, but he was in better shace
and made the best talk of his life on
this occasion. Wc appreciated his
talks and hope they may do much good.
Mrs. Herman IaWson, from the
Plains, was, also with us with her class
of small girls. With their songs and
recitations, they were loudly praised.
So we feel thankful to Mrs. Lawson as
well as to her scholars.
, Rev. Walton, from Kingswood,
preached to us at 11 a. m. and it was
a good sermon, being well delivered.
Now there were many other things
connected with the day that I might
write you about, but I think my letter
is getting just a little long. I do enjoy
one of these unlou gatherings wheie
we meet our old friends, neighbors and
Tp A MAN HAS HIS ACCOUNT
A "with a bank that does not ac
cord him satisfactory treatment
he Summarily transfers the ac
count where he will receive the
consideration he deserves. Thus,
the merits of a bank may be read
ily judged,by the length of time
it holds its accounts. Trausact-
P tow with the FARMERS BANK,
are invariably satisfactory, and
accounts with this safe, strong
Institution are seldom closed.
We want new business, but
NEVER lose sight of the old.
Purchases of $5.00 or more
BACON a SON
Mail Orders Filled
Promptly and Carefully
Holiday Goods Now on Sale
Do Your Shopping Early
It has always been our policy to advocate Early Christ
mas Shopping. To encourage early buying we are mak
ing the prices for the opening most attractive.
Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Wife,
Sweetheart or Friend
and a corps of salesladies to help you "
in your selection.
Bring the Children to See Santa Claus
Santa will give to each child coming to see him an attractive Christmas paper
Railroad Fares Refunded at the Rate of S I';:'!
relatics from a distance and spend a
day of pleasure with them. Such as
this, in my opinion, makes a man or
woman want to live long and praise
his Master that he is a citl.en of old
Breckenridge. Respectfully your friend,
S. P. Tlrury.
We wish to chII your attention to the
fact that most infectious diseases such
as whooping cough, a'phtherla and
scarlet fever are contracted when the
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will quickly cuieacold aud
greatly lessen the danger of contracting
these diseases. This remedy is famous
for its cures of colds. It contains no
opium or other narcotic and may he giv
en to a child ith implicit confidence:.
Sold by ail dealers. Advertisement.
How Your Thoughts
Shape Your Face.
We speak of "lines of care" on a
man's face. They are chiseled from
within by worry that burns up the tis
sues and causes depressions beneath
the skin. Pride or cynicism will grad
ually curl the upper lip like a window
awning. We associate a retreating chin
with a weak will and square jaws with
a strong will; but It is the will that
shapes the chin, and nut the chin the
will. Selfishness will set Its ujark on
the face as 'suroly as a kind soul. Nat
ure won't lie for any of us. As we are
within, so we shall finally appear out
wardly. If we covet tho beauty that
makes even a plain face attractive, we
must live the transfiguring life Dr.
SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A FARM!
300 acres Good Limestone Land located in one of the best sec
tions of Breckenridge county, 2 1-2 miles from railroad station;
well improved; seven room dwelling; three large barnes, three
tenant houses. This land produces 800 to 1,200 pounds of to
bacco, 30 to 50 bushels corn, fine wheat and grass land. Price
$4,200; one-half cash, balance in one, two and three years.
This is the greatest bargain on our list. It must be sold. For
JN0. D. BABBAGE, : Cloverport, Kentucky
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets
you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your
clothing. Doau's Ointment is fine for
slciu itching. AH druggists sell it, 50c a
Mrs. Lafe Taul and three children
left Wednesday for Owensboro where
they will visit relatives.
Phineas Smiley, of West View, spent
Sunday the guest of MissHallie Beatty.
Miss Nannie Payne, of near Hardlnv
burg, is visiting hire.
Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty were
at Glen Dean Saturday attending the
Mice Ethel Harrel and Lonuie Rhodes
were married at St. Mary's of the
Mtss Minnie Saapp and Thomas
Fowler, of Brandenburg, were married
The Miwes Fowler, of Brandenburg,
came to attend the Snapp-Powler wedding.
Miss Ilallie Beatty and pupils at
Jackson gave a literary entertainment
Friday afternoon. All present enjoyed
the program very much.
Sam Lajlie and family have moved
Several from here attended the
dance at Mat Mattingly's Thursday
Malcolm O'Brien and family have
moved into the property vacated by
Roy McCoy Is in Louisville this week.
Mrs. Garfield B rden, of Cloverport,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs Henry Shrewsburg.
When you have a bilious attack give
Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They aie
excellent. For sale by all dealers Advertisement.
Railway Receipts and
Expenses For Septem
The business of the railways for
tember while showing a conslde
improvement over that of September
1011, does not maintain the rate of in
crease bet by the record-breaking month
of August. The total net operating
revenue of 00 per cent, of the steam
railways Increased t5.89O.84O for Sep
tember, while the Increase for August
was $13,865,622. This Increase in net
operating revenue was at the rate oi
$21 per mile of line for the month or at
the rate of 70 cents per mile of line per
The total operating revenues per
mile of llae for the month Increased 6 5 i
per cent, nnd the net operating reve
nue 5.I per cent.
The foregoing statistics are from the
summary made by the Bureau of Rail
way Economics from the reports of the
railwas to the Interstate Commerce
Commission A special committee of
the railways having headquarters in
Chicago reports that bills now pending
In the Federal Congress providing for
an increase in the number of employees
of the railways and for the rapid sub
stitution of steel for wooden equipment
will, if enacted, place the railways tin
der an additional expense of approxi
mately $12,000,000 per annum for the
former, and a total expense of $632,
746,000 for the latter purpose. Without
compulsion, the railways in the course
of three years have increased their
steel equipment 750 per cent, and their
steel underframe equipment 250 per
Don't use harsh physics. The reaction
weakens the bowels, leads to chronic
constipation. Get Doan's Regulets.
Tliey operate easily. 25c at all stores,
Lives at Webster.
Dear 'Old Santa Clauss Come to see
me. Bring me lots of pretty things.
My doll baby and little dog and teddy
bears, candy In a box, little washer and
washboard and little bed and table. A
big old rag baby and bring some pretty
things ,to grandada and Edna. I am
three years old and my name is Dolly
Kathrine Kendall, Webster, Ky.
P. S, I forgot to cay I want a Xmas
For "Quality's Sake"
Lewisport B E S T Flour
PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING
If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us
LEWISPORT MILL CO.
tUllUl aJCiJLU IVIEjIJLi
Coal, Hay and Grain
I HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO.
I Hardinsburg, Ky.
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