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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r V f t t C JfTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ i ril 1 I y 5 i i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT f futi r j YOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1909 8 Pates NO 10 I l POLEqtfUGHT OWENS WHISKEY I OR SHELMAN MONEY WINn L If ttsr J n ElectionSI 1I 1 1IIm 3 Tr and Square CountOnly Democrats Ought to Vote I t ManJisf d BETWEEN DEMOCRATS COUNTY ORGANIZATION SHOULD NOT BE USED o 4 tr i4 To Democrats of Tenth Senatarlal DIB tricts I MrR W Owen and Mr E H Shel tfman my opponents wisely decline to re meet me over the district in join debate 1 If they could not meet me they have no tirightto ask Democracy to place its col Jr ors id their hands They must if nominated n face their records in the hands of r Republican accusers Therefore it iIs Iinow timely and right for me to hold up r to the Democrats of the District a part Jr s of their records And if they are ably e let them show why and wherein I am+ not worthy Let the strongest one of us go before the whole people Facts are facts and money will not change them r strongostrace in the final election my reasons are the following viz iNo1 Both MrJOvven and Mr Shel scan voted for Tax Warrant Law For the sake of the Democratic Ticket in 1l elsefdo hot think it wise to nominate a man t who voted for this law Nearly 3000 poor men of our county and a compara tive number of Hancock and Meade danced to the tuue of X200 each and my lftjponents were fiddling when the law J was passed that originated this useless imposition Soberly weighed does thisj fact not bar them as logical men to face the Republicans- No 2 A law was introduced com pelling a list to be delivered to the as 1 lBessorand all holders of mortgage and t lien notes must pay taxes thereon Mr Shellufan introduced the following amendment couched in the following words viz EXCEPT TRUST COM l 2 PANIES and BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATIONS RIB amendment bit e said to the discredit of the Legislature was accepted Those ho would have excepted deal in these notes Private individuals such as largely compose his constituency would have thus had loaded V on them a greater burden of taxation Jam now as always for corporate rights However I am for equal rights to alll l and special privileges to none Mr t foughta t State Bank Examiner Do not the Ow ensbory failures emphasise the necessity lor such a law Are not depositors on titled to it No 3 The man who now assesses his property according to law pays taxes on the basis of 100 per cent of the fair cash value of his property at a volun Mr Shelman the bankerI tary sale as I lawmaker contended and now contends that banks should only assess on a basis I of 80 per cent He now has a suit which I am fighting as County Attorney 1 r Which is based on this contention Let him explain this to those who assess i their property according to law The basis should be the same forall bankers r or individuals rjo4 About six hundred farmers of this district are policy holders in the Farmers Insurance Company a Breck a inridge and Meade county institution 1 The cost of insurance in the Eastern Companies is more than ten times as muc as it is in this local concern Thi is one of the greatest enterprises for mutual protection and home advance ment that any county ever had Let Senator Owen explain to our people his attitude and vote on this insurance question What a man has done iul so important a matter as this can but in dicate whether or not he was represent ing his home peoplq Let them both explain where they were and what they were doing when the Revenue Law placed the tax on nearly everything that a man touches which things were here tofore untaxed Let them show some laws that were passd in the interest ot OUR people Each community fights fOwhat it getswhat did ours Ret No 5 The purpose of any combined opposition and their organized backers is to defeat me regardless of method Any Democrat ought to see their system My opponents have had repeated refer ences Shelman plays the temperance people on his straight voting record but with the necessary variations Owen caters to the whiskey people on his vo- tring record which is said to he like Jo sephs coat I saw the last Democratic candidate for governor defeated because this question was injected into politics by our party It is a mistake for antii whiskey people and is a like mistake for whiskey people Whoever nominated has to beat a Republican No man can vote but one way and there are Demo crats who honestly pee each way I do not know whet bills or in what form they will come before me on this and other questions I shall simply advise myself and then vote as my conscience and the Interest of my district dictate I feel that this is politics fairness and honestly a combination necessity to successNo Who is the stronger man if both of my opponents stay on the track it is generally conceded that I will get more than onethird of the votes o Breckinndge county It is conceded that I am the contending man both in Meade my old home and Hancock as it is If Owen gets off I will get Han cock and if Shelman gets off I will get Meade So it seems to me In view of my opponents record and general con ditions I am the logical man to face the the Republicans This is my strength in what is practically a one man fight not backed by money organization or special interests Examine the Hou e and Senate Journals They give my op ponents records If these were person al or private matters I would not men tion them However they ore public matters and proper subjects for investi gation and comment NO7 I respectfullyrequest that the j Democrats of the district devote a little j of their time on election day to my in terests thereby furthering their own See that I am represented by election t officers and there is a fair election and square count See that I have a chat longer at each voting place and that only Democrats vote Any Democrat iis entitled to this at the hands of his parts even ifliTHE ORGANIZATION does not smile on him I can offer nothing to assist my friends except to pledge to make a Senator wko will be without price or favorites and I must leave m interests in their hands and I believ- they o will continue activally for me I am for the best things for the most pee pie No8 When confronted with t e alarming fact Shelman says he was op posed to Tax Warrants Read the records If he has brass enough to deny his position on this can you believe what he says about anything His vote is recorded for the law and he helped make poorer thousands of men whose vote he now seeks He says his amend meat excepting corporations from list lug for taxasion was adopted instead of rejected Then he originated the thing I only accused him of supporting I find in Meade that he tells people I a greed not to become a candidate This is anything but the truth He also tel Is them that I am for raising taxes gene ally and all other untrue stuff abo schools He teems to tell just anything that will do for an evasion or answer ofray circular He has even been caught tearing down my circulars Ho tells them that I permitted the Fiscal Court to raise my salary I served four years at 500 n year and without my asking it my salary was raised to 000 Is this a recommendation or a lander as intended No D He knows that he and Owen control the Committee He and Owen know that it was their purpose in calling a high priced primary to run me off the track People tell me that he claims that I ao attacking all officeholders and active party men as practical politicians i Tais is false I mean by t machine the gang of supposed lea ers who count men out of votes duly voted for them like was done for Owen fin lOOfl in Breckinridge by the sane peo pie who are now fighting me for Mr Shelman all of which is not Democratic and can but ruin our party The man who is managing our county tickets campaign has no right to use his postis tion and influence and the organization that he is to use against the Republicans against me Especially is this true when he is the County Chairman and holds other party positions Democrats ought to think about this especially candidates I know and my frien know what is going on No 10 Whiskey is coming in five gallon lots and money flows freely a gainst me I have no money to spend for whiskey for boosters or for votes My opponents and their managers know it I can but ass true Democrats to stand by me for sake of principle It is a hard battle against these unfair influences in the hands of an organization that all of us helped to build It I am defeated let all poor men regardless of their merit or record step to the rear and remember that a man without money had no place in politics Shelman uses his bank to coerce men to vote for him and both of my opponents boast of how much they can put into the cam paign I pledge niyaelf to be a Senator without price or favorites and I cdn do the ticket more good with mv record and speeches than they can with their money They may decry my stand for the people but I came of them and have are cord of eight years that I gladly com piiro it with their records of much short er time No 11 All I want is a fair election I and a square count and it they can beat me my hat is off to the successful man and I am for the nominee Give me the nomination and I will make speeches i all the precincts of the three counties if desired I am told that my opponents will come out in cards against me in al isIsuenot make their charges in joint debates aeonsyi that I might answer them It is all too plainTrusting that my friends will devote electioon s nomination won Very trulyGUS BROWN- e WORK THAT TELLS The Kind Cloverport Readers Ap predate Cures that last are cures that tell To thoroughly know the virtues ofa medi cine you must investigate the cures and see if they prove permanent Doans Kidnny Pills stand this test and plenty of proof exists right here in this local ity Pople who testified years ago to relief from backache Kidney and uri nary disorders now declare that relic utwas permanent and the cure perfect Can any Cloverport sufferer longer doubt the evidence 1 E Linton Main w Cross Sts Elizabeth town Ky says For sometime I had trouble with my kidneys The pain in the small of my bacK was not constant but come on by attacks some of which wore very severe At such times the misery extended into my shoulders and made it very difficult fort me to stoop or straighten My kidneysI were also disordered and the secretions became highly colored earl often scalded in passage I finally read of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box I used them as directed and received a complete cure II 91903d1 CURED TO STAY CURED On Juno 13 1907 Mr Linton confirm ed the above statement saying During the four years which have elapsed since Doans Kidney Pills cured me I have not had any symptoms of kidney trouble I take pleasure in recommendin Deans Kidney Pills at every opportun ity and gladly confirm all IIsaid regarding my previous statement For sale by all dealers Price 5 cents Foster Mjlburn Co Bullet New York sole agents for the United States nameDeansaudsd take no other Delightful Outing Will Tompkins of Richards Land ing who was here last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Harris gave a boat party on his private launch for Miss Jennie Mabel Harris Friday afternoon The guests Included several1 young people who were given a de licious luncheon by Mrs Harris Mr Tompkins is planning to take an ex tensive trip west and will probably leave in the next ten days TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE TENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT Fellow On DemocratsII each you personally cause of the many and various articles which the Hon Gus Brown one of my opponents for the nomination for State Senator in this district has caused to be published and circulated throughout the district it has become necessary for thne newspapers Now after a number of my friends had solicited me to make the 1rata knowing that Mr Brown had al so been mentioned as a prospective candidate for the same office I went to heexpecti positively that if someone else wants to make the race he would not as he toldothers Now being urged to make the race and understanding that he would not if he had any opposition from any source I announced my candidacy In a short time after Mr Owen of Hancock county announced his acy also If I had known that Mr Brown would be a candidate I woul not have been but only because the people insisted that we have a candidl ate from Breckenridge county did allow myself drawn into this race In a short time after this Mr Brown very much to my surprise announced his candidacy for the same office If he1 had only admitted to me that he wool make the race I would not have an noyed the voters of the county by ask ing them to choose between usIWhat is his platform He is for the modification of the present school law What modification does he propose Is bigEh county boys and girls of Breckenridge county have an opportunity to educate themselves at home and with practically no expense Is he in favor of strictly private schools where only the rich can edu cate their children What remedy does he suggest What modification would he make Besides when he attacks me in regard to the common school law of Kentucky he probably forgets that when the present law was passed I was not a member of the General Assembly and could not possibly have had any thing to do with the making of this law He says in one of his cards and I presume presents the same argument personally to those he meets that he was not able to represent himself before the committee and one would inter that he was not before the committee at any time Now the fact is that the first time the committee met to cons d er the time and manner of making this nomination that ull the candidates wet invited to be present and all were pre dge ferring action until he could see the people and become better acquainted iin the district The committee 0at this meeting June 14th until July lUth Then when the meeting was held according to adjournment Mr Brown knowing for morethan a month the time of the meeting was not present The committee called Mr Brown over the telephone and asked him to express h preference as to time and manner of making said nominations After getting his views the same were stated to the committee which took the action it di and called u primary election i any suggestion from me as the minutes of the meeting show Mr Brown further says in regard to the present Revenue Laws that I pro posed an amendment to the same J which was rejected The fact is that I did propose an amendment and the same was adopted and is at present a part of the Revenue Law This amend ment was for the sole purpose of sav ing the county and State money In making lists for the Assessor and Board of Supervisors when the property ex empted by my amendment was already exempt from such taxation and that by the Statutes of Kentucky He also refers to the Tax Warrant Bill If he had been the author of this bill then Indeed would I refuse to ask for your vote but six lawyers framed that bill and had it passed by the Legislature and I was unalterably op posed to it Now on Sept 6 Mr Brown has Is sued a last circular which is more of an butdInsurance Bill introduced at the last session of the Legislature I am at present a director in the Planters Cooperative Insurance Co which is for the benefit of the farmers of Meade and Breckenridge beendthe interests of any en beendorganizations in this arelinterestsIam a bank at Irvington and iam also a farmer No farmer in this county can possibly be more interested for the success of the ratherdlooking your inter est or a lawyer The trouble has been with our laws now that most of them have been framed and passed by a Legislature composed chiefly of lawyers and professional politicians Mr Brown also accuses me of pledging my support to Joe Blackburn which I deny absolutely and defy anyone to establish his statement at true I pledged myself to no man in that race nor to any man or set of men in this race Neither will I serve any interests except the people of my district in case of my election He has attacked not not only me but his county and district organization as well trying to tell the people that the practical politicians and the machine are against him Will Mr Brown please explain what he means by the practical politicians and the machine The fa9t is Mr Brown iis making a Napoleon Bonaparte Hayes campaign criticising everybody and everything but himself offering no remedy for anything except that he wants to be elected State Senator He points with pride to his official record as County Attorney and says that if he iis elected he will vote as his conscience and the conception of his duty dictates Would he first vote to raise his own MreBrown was elected County Attorney to succeed himself when there was a move made on the part of someone to raise the salary of the County Judge and the County Attorney did Mr Brown dad opposition to my claims that to the ag ricultural interests seemed as just and deserving as the one increasing his and the County Judges salary and that too by a court of which they were members Ask Mr Brown if the salary of those two officers are not larger than Doesithat seem that only inter ests of his constituents at heart or that sometimes he forgets the great com mon people in his interest for Gus racedanythingtjustice to myself I was compelled to reply to some of the attacks made by my opponent in this race Trusting I will have tho proper consideration at your hands and pledging you my support of the nominee whoever it may be whatever your verdict may be on the 18th day of September lam Very RespectfullyE C VOTE FOR S I 1 STATEjj I S t Democratic Primary Saturday September 18 1909 oti 11 IL l I Jifii I U 1 t1 I I l n 7I 4 9i r Ct 1tLouisville Henderson St Louis Rys TIME TABLE Corrected to August 1 1909 JJ i r f H7 I 145 II 143 l4lSTATIONS I 146 I 142J 144JJ48 DallyttI i Op ml4 Sfi M A 8 40IIIM e Ar AMP6 40 M t f5 OS Strawberry C12 10 t5 21 19 Og Medoraf652 flS 20 t7 08 f5 29 ID 14 Stitesi6 j6p2 12 f7 02 f5 32 Kathryn 08 0 41 5 36 0 21 West Point 6 Ho 12 05 0 f6 f5 38 f9 23 Howard f2 03 fO 54 AM 546 fO 50 Bartles111 536 46 ff 52 f9 U4 Rock Haven fll 486 41 r C15 C8 fO 40 Long Branch fll 40 f6 33 0 07 9 40 Brandenburg 11 32 U 25 w 616 f956 Ekron fll 23 616 0 all ftO 03 Quston fll 15 0 08 1k 1023 aill f 10 13 Irvlngton 551 1100 ggf L ffl 45 flO 19 Webster flO 57 f5 42 1 653 flO 27 Lodlburg f10 48 f8 34 Ip f7 00 lystlc110 41 a f7 04 lii6 37 Sample flO 37 f5 22 v 712 10 44 Stephensport 1026 514 f116 flO 48 Addison tlO 21 f5 10 i f1 18 flO 50 Holt CI0 J18 f5 03 j 6am 11 06 7 28 11 00 Cloverport 5 07 itO 07 4 57 8 15 C6 12 f1 40 Skillman ro 53 f8 00 0 21 11 25 748 11 1 1 Hawesville 4 18 9 44 4 36 7 48 16 27 f7 55 Petrle cu 38 t7 39 t fo 32 f8 00 Adair fO 38 f7 34 I 6 40 8 03 ill 57 Lewisport 0 25 f4 17 7 20 f6 45 f8 14 Waitnian fO 19 17 19 15f7I 7 13 I1 MS 8 42 12 10 Owensboro 4 00 8 52 3 45 0 50 1 M fi 27 f8 55 Alatlingly IS 33 fO 31 f731 f8 59 Griffith 1 f8 34 C6 33 735 fu 02 112 27 Stanly i8 51 t52S 630- f140 f9 08 Newman C8 26 f6 25 716 I9 14 Reed fS 20 1610 I f1 S3 10 20 Beats IS 15 f6 15 7 55 9 22 Spottsvllle 8 la f3 11 6 13 8 08 iy 27 LrUimbk 80 f30t 6 08 8 25 10 0 42 105 Henderson 310 755 2 55 5 C5 P M l 135 10 IS 130 Evansvlllo 245 724 230 7 40 7 50 ST LOUIS 0 00 834 1 M A M IIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St LoutsudNo 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from t east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations eastof Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport i Hartford Line 5 3 2 4 JallySTATIONS DallyDally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sunday I 6 15 p m 11 10 am Lv Irvlngton Ar 10 00 a m 5 sO p m I f 6 52 fll 18 Basin Spring f 0 50 f 5 39 704 11 30 Qarfleld 035 5 24 7 15 fll 41 Harned 0 f924 f 5 13 7 17 11 411uJunctJon 920 5 lU 720 11 46 0 Hardinsburg 0 9 15 5 05 726 1152uJuncUon 9 08 5 00 f 7 33 fll 59 a mKlrlc f 9 00 452 f 7 38 Cl214 p muotcQuady f 8 M 440 7 so 12 25 Qlendeanc 884 M801 8 03 i 129 Dempster 8 2U f 4 HI 815 Falls of Rough Rough815 0f 8 32 f1232 Rockvale 0f 7 51 f 127- f s 37 H237 Vanzant f 7 50 f 4 23 f 8 40 f2 40 Asklns f 7 47 20 ftt 13fJ 85L Fordsvllle 7 a4 0 f 929 t 1 22 Dundee f 0 50 1336 f 044 Sunnydale f641 fa1-f IJ 58 11137 Combs f Iii 27 f 307 10 2i p in p mHARTFORD 600 a m 240 p m Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businccs 1 If you do you may find lust what you need in this department If you are 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 usat once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to tho man who has the very property you are looking for Ye recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in pricesDo You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales 67 ACRE PAItM 5 room cottage hall and porch in good repair good 7stall stock barn two good hldo sheds crib rood meat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches and grapes a good well and never falling spring for stock water 200 yards east HighSchoolCO QOOFor 1U9 acres four miles west of r 3 miles from branch railroad all rush land 100 acres in cultiva tion 50 acres In grass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco in neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell- Ing log dwt ling 2 rooms and side room rood stable ai tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good tlmhtr for farm purposes good FaUd to clear Price 62000 M cash Sales 6000 A Year- A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good willetc yenrPostabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky I andSfrom Sample Improvements two onestory nnlt130 acres under cultivation and pasture 2S acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar troo all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good east terms on balance Jno D Babbage COR SALE Storehouse and dwelling com streetsCloverport whololelllthexchange for a dwelling house In Clovorport AvenueWeU 1750 155 acres on Uardlnsburg and milesfroma good big barn 80 acres la oak and beech timberIleechbehauledLImestonelandfortobaccoyearroundeasy payments Pon SALE A farm contaInIng 30 urges and OV6LIiu store room over It two good stock barns peachtreesall kinds of small fruits Including a nicevlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods lz5 acres in grass j sovar at groves of black locust BuOlclont for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekroc orlongsurroundedbytho placo for some young physician to step businessAuretireIspartieularHport Ky i a Say You had be- tterSUBSCRIBE1i I j Itt I f nlVfl a Bad Backache Such agonies as some women suffer every mouth from backache II- Is It necessary No It can bo prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by take ing a medicine with specific cura tive action on the female organs and functions which acts by rc lieving the congestion stopping the pain and building the organs and functions up to a proper state of health Try WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I suffered for 15 years writes Mrs Alallnda A Akcrs of Basharn Va with various female troubles I had such a backache that It drew me over so I could not stand straight The doctors could not help me so I tock Cardul and now 1 feel like a new woman At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE symptoms CoChattanooga Making Money On the Farm xlitauitry Management By G V GREGORYsAuthor of Homo Course In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association blood counts In poultry as GOOD as in any other class of stock If the chickens nod eggs are produced for market purposes only they may be unproved by purchasing pure bred males of the desired breed every year tVt best however the flock can only bo made high grade by this method The enterprising poultrymau will soon begin to long for a flock of pure breds Such a flock If carefully selected and bred furnishes a splendid source of income that largely Independent of the market price of eggs or dressed poultry The demand for choice pure bred eggs for setting and for purebred males Is good and the price very satisfactory A trade of this kind when once established will add considerably to the Income from the farmGetting a Start IIn Pure Breds Even where the flock Is kept for market purposes onlyI it pays to have pure breds They look better und glvr more economical r urns for the food eaten The cheapest way to get a start lu pure breds Is to buy a sitting or two of eggs It is of utmost importance that they be purchased of some reliable breeder otherwise disappoint Is almost sure to follow In ist that the eggs be not more than five days old when shipped that they be well wrapped and that the basket be sealed Have the eggs shipped by express and refuse to accept them If the seals have been tampered with These precautions are necessary i t you would ho sure of getting what you pay for A basket with a handle Is the best package for shipping eggs as it will be carried instead of thrown It has boon found by repeated experiments that eggs hatched with nu in cubator do not produce chicks with as much vitality as those hatched under t hens This Is not very noticeable the first season but if continued year after year will seriously Impair tho vitality of the flock It Is a general practice among successful poultrymen to set a few of the best eggs under hens and use the chickens thus ob tained to replenish the breeding Hock Value of a Breeding PenII Tho plan of having a breeding pen I from which to select eggs for hatching is a very gcod one In this pet u doz en or thirteen of the best hens in tur flock are kept If trap nest records 1 have been kept this will determine to a largo extent which hens are to be jj put Into tho breeding pen With the meat breeds the size and conformation 4 of tho hens aro the most Important ptfjnts For a breeding pen of thirteen I lions ono mule is all that is necessary but he should bo the best that can lieI secured Some breeders practice keep Ine two males puttlnc ono in with tljn N J 11l3tIway males are kept in r better condition And the chickens arc likely to he n little stronger No roost ers will he needed in the general llock Indeed the eggs wilt keep nil tho better t for not being fertilized The care nnd feed of the breeding flock should be much the same ns those outlined for laying hens in article Xo 11 Tho main thing is to keep thorn healthy Do not overfeed but keep them in vigorous condition It PONS l hie tho brooding pen should bo larg enough so as to include n little greet feed such ns clover or rape If till cannot be done a lIttle forage cut nnc put in the pen every day will be rcl fished The sitting hens should have n small house or compartment to thi r selves This will avoid the great an noynnce of having nests broken u nnd fresh ergs laid In with those nlI most ready to hatch This house should he provided with charcoal grit and oyster shells A dust bath 1 h which the hens can roll will help t keep them free from lice Oats wheal and some snrt of green food make i good ration When very expensive eggs are sct it Is best to keep cacti hen In a compartment by herself ns there will be less risk of having the nest broken up Soon after the chick ens are hatched they can be mnrkci by punching n hole through the web of the toe so that they can be picked out from the rest of the flock In tin fall Selecting the Incubator Although incubators are not well1 adapted to raising chickens for tin breeding flock they are Indispensable to the poullrymnn who Is raising fowls for market They are more reliable nun more easily cared for than hens They are ready to go to work at any time so that cart chickens can be raised in much larger numbers than with hens The broody hens can be brokeh up and will soon go to laying again Not the least among the advantages otIthe incubator is the fact that hicks will be free from lice when hatched There are two general types of Incu bators the hot air und the hot water J machines The heat in the hot nlrImachine is furnished by currents ofJJ warm air which circulate around the egg chamber and in the hot water ma chine by hot water circulating through pipes The hot air machine simpler j nnd generally gives better sat I isfaction The two most Important points to consider in buying an incubator are the lamp and the regulator since upon the efficiency of these depends the maintenance of a constant temperature in the egg chamber The lump and chimney should bp of heavy metal The reservoir should hold enough 011I for twentyeight to thirty hours run The burner should be of brass with a cotton wick which fits snugly and etIworks easily It Is Important to UReI the highest grade of oil that can be obtained ns a steady heat cannot be maintained with cheap 011IThe function of the regulator Is to raise or lower a valve over the lamp thus lessoning or increasing the amount of hot air that goes Into the machine Of all the many kinds of regulators none works more satisfactorily than the double disk type The disks should be four or five inches across If smaller they are not sensitive llIouJhI The regulator should be placed townrdI the back part of the egg chamber and high enough so that it will be wIll up out of the way Avoid Incubators that have the regulator lover on top ofII the machine Such n lover Is always in the way and is liable to be bent or displaced A machine that has the lover at the end or under n false topI is much more satisfactory There is nothing in the way on top and it can be used as n table for testing turnI ing und cooling eggs The body of the incubator should be made of well fitted hard wood with three walls and two dead air spaces so nsto be as little affected by the outside temperature as possible The legs should be strong nnd firmly attached The doors should bo of doubleI glass The egg trays should slideI easily and there should be at leastI three and a half inches clearance between the eggs and the top of the chamber The nursery below the trays should be at least four Inches deep This lower space is needed for the newly hatched chicks This nursery is sometimes made to slide out like a drawer This is a great convenience in removing the chickens- A small hole covered with a removable slide will provide all tho ventila ion needed in addition to that obtained when the doors arc open for turn- Ing the eggs A wet sponge kept un del the egg trays will usually furnish sufficient moisture The amount of moisture needed can bo determined by tho size of the air cell in the big end of the egg If this gets to be more than onefifth the size of the egg moro moisture should be supplied Handling the Incubator There is no better place for the Inv cubator than a clean dry cellar It should be run empty for at least a day before the eggs aro put in so as to get the flame and regulator adjusted The flame should be clean and bright and tho regulator set so as to maintain a constant temperature of 100 F It takes a day or two to get the eggs warmed up after they are put in By the third day tho thermometer should be up to 103 and should be kept there the rest of the time The eggs should be tested the third day and infected or dead ones taken out The eggs should bo turned every morning until the nineteenth day This can bo done by rolling them over with the hand r placing another tray over them and turning thnm inomnletolp OVAl Afrni 1tI hi turning they should bo left out ten or fifteen minutes to cool After the nine teenth day the Incubator should bo kept closed until the hatch is about completedThe should be left In till Incubator for twentyfour hours or longer after hatching After that they may be given to broody hens that have been saved up for that purpose or placed in brooders A good brooder run at a proper temperature is much more satisfactory than hens for rats ing chickens on n largo scale A type In which the boat comes up in the mid dIe with one or more circular parti tlons of cloth reaching nearly to the floor is the most satisfactory The Road To Success has many obstuctions but none to des perate as poor health Success today demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect notion of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and tones and invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant af ford to slight Electric Bitters if weak rundown or sickly Only 50c Guar anteed by Severs Drug Co A WRONG NOTION Every Woman Doesnt Take to House keeping Naturally The notion seems to be prevalent because a woman is a woman she ought to know how to keep house Just as many think when she becomes a moth er she will instinctively know how to care for and bring up tho baby Both are prevalent notions that have done much harm The haphazard housekeeping that rules In many a home is often the result of this very belief that knowledge of housework will come as naturally as a duck takes to waterA would not undertake book keeping or even the most ordinary business position without having studied for it to some extent What a sorry mess she would make of It if she did and how quickly she would lose her position I But a girl will enter blithely into matrimony without the slightest preparation for tho housekeeping that is as sure a part of It in nine cases out of ten as the putting on of the wedding ring And housekeep- Ing is a business a profession an art As compared with the ordinary busi ness life it is as calculus to short di visionIf new housekeeper bo an excep tional earnest ambitious conscien tious girl she may win out In time but through much tribulation If she be a girl of less fine caliber she struggles along for awhile then gives up In despair Housework be comes a synonym of unpleasant uncongenial work of drudgery and she drifts Into tho haphazard unthrifty kind that Is one of the smoothest worn roads to the dlvorco court though It Is not often so named In the suit Training would have obviated all this and In addition put a keen joy Into the work she has elected to do of which the untrained has llttlo compre hensionWhen a woman thoroughly and eel entifically understands housekeeping it becomes a delight It Is first a joy to know that she is giving her 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Letters to the News All letters containing news items and F other notices for the paper please ad dress to The Breckenridge News andL not to Miss Louise Babbage until sheII returns to the office Gorrespondeutatf are requested to write on one side off1 stationery I SUBSCRIBE NOWW t I r- vt 4JIEARY r ECOND8 COOKS EXPLOIT c00 r o DES j Discoveryji t Doubtersii Ii- ts I iCI I ofltheI = L cs who had been rending the at 1btiI mosphere with their pessimistic sal to credit Dr Frederick A CookI f geographfnK f j Belt translated Into tho vernacular c 1 v came Stars and stripes nailed to or c- tni this1onderCulcaitII lint was enough to make It of su t Emo Importance II It AprilrFtIr I ppvcted goal neatly a year later than zero yr Cook lie did not find any traces Or f Cooks expedition near the pole t Pearys Last Trip I r Commodore Peary left New York on I rI his last trip on July 7 1908 to Join his I Ie g fSyl1f tUi m ped for such an expedition and the ex rs plorcr was imlldent of success hic If 1 have ordinary good luck he allslIlI tint before his departure my friends In New York may take it for = granted that 1 will make my final dash during the coming winter If 1 should E roach the pole in the winter of 190800 which is the hope of tny llf x you will beer of my triumph between Aug tr 15 sad Sept 15 1009 midThe oxploier arrived at Cape York oIGreenlandl July 31 1908 On Aug 11 tho Roosevelt was at Etah which point she left Sept 20 IIe had a good supply of Eskimos dogs and provl tZslopsThe lust wore tns Peary prior to his message was received Oct 7 1008 from Harry Whitney n wealthy restI sdent of New Haven Conn who was tuft by the expedition at Etab in charge = of Pearys provisions ne said that the Roosevelt left Etah on Aug 15 on p4 A Its northern Journey i Some Idea of trio course the explorer asAo18 Ills idea was to reach the polo by tho a oc Anferlcrtn route a way which he himself had studied and developed = during his former expedition Tho ad vantage of thlszfloute is that it allows c base of supplies approximately 100 rr miles nearer tho goal than the Spitz bcrgen case its chief rival The udvantagss of the route ups I ponral from Pearys trip In 1900 when ho attained the northernmost pointt tj hitherto reached by man87 degrees 0 minutes Tit tho fortyninth meridian j of west longitude This was on April 21 The commander on his present expedition hoped to follow the path taken three years ago i F DriftF he j latitudejI cijuiiterud n terrIfic storm which held Man prisoner while tho ico drift car 1 It JL htm seventy miles to the east I a Th se hun lcapa and the constantly widening lanes of water and incrensci 4lru roughness of the Ice together with e ltn threatened failure of supplies forced ut nIPeary1 to turn back on April 21 whop f be hall reacted latitude 87 degrees 0 t minutes To have gone further would i have meant sure death by starvation At this point Peary put up flags and a fA iy brief record ot his achievements and Istarted back for Cape Morris Jesup t i Concerning further plans for his a- dJVance on tho pole Teary said t1 t1There Is no doubt in my mind but 5- u A Second Daring American Arctic Explorer Has Reached the Top of the World that the big lead encountered In both my upward and return marches In my Inst expedition and which was also observed by me in 1902 although closed at that time is an essentially permanent feature of this part of the Arctic ocean This lead extends west ward from Capo Morris Jesup the most northern point of Greenland In the general neighborhood of the eightyfourth parallel toward Crocker Land and forms the line of dcmarka tlon between the heavy rough nearly motionless Ice embayed In the great bight between Cape Jesup and Crocker Lund n 1 the less heavymore mo bile Ice of the central polar sea mov- IngI sleadtl from the Ice encumbered ncrossIJesup and the northern point of Franz Josef Land I hue little doubt of my ability to m make this lead that Is the eighty fourth parallel Instead of the north coast of Grant Land 83 degrees north latitude my point of departure with fully loaded sledges If this Is done It will shorten the route by nearly 100 miles and distinctly simplify the propositionOn return march In the next expeditionI probably shall do volun tarily what I did Involuntarily last timethat Is retreat upon the north coast pf Greenland a course diagonal lyI with the set of the ice instead of attempting to come back to the north coast of Grant Land diagonally against the set of the ice Postures of Plan The main features of my program are first the utilization of the Smith sound or American route This must be accepted today as the best of all possible routes for a determined aggressive attack upon the pole Second The selection of a win base which commands a wider telII of the central polar sea and Its sur rounding coasts than any other possible base in the arctic regions Cape Sheridan is practically equidistant from Crocker Land from the remain ing unknown portion of the northeast coast of Greenland and from my Near est the Pole of 1000 ThirdThe use of sledges and Es kimo dogs Man and the Eskimo dogs arc the only two machines capable of such adjustment ns to meet the wide demands and contingencies of arctic travel Airships motor cars trained polar bears etc are all premature except as n means of attracting public attention Fourth The use of the hyper borcnu aborigine the Whale sound Eskimo for the rank and file of the sledge party It seems unnecessary to enlarge upon tho fact that the man whose heritage In life and work In that very region must present the best obtainable material for the personnel of n serious arctic party His Previous Record Commander Peary has stood in the foremost ranks of arctic explorers for nearly two decades He was born at Cresson Springs Pa in May 1850 He entered the navy In 1881 His first polar experience was acquired In 1885 when ho made a rccconnolssance of the Greenland inland ice In June 1801 he sailed from Now York on the Kite and making his headquarters at McCormick bay on the west coast of Greenland1 Ii euctrated as far north as n J n tnw latitude 82 In 189JB be reached tho seventyeighth parallel on the treat Greenland coast In 18089 be went to between the seventyninth and eighthI eth parallels on the east coast of Ells mere Land In 1100 he reached the eightysecond parallel en the east coast of Grlnnell Land In 10050 he skirted the north coast of Grlnuell Laud and made an attack on the pole from Cape Moss This was tho expedition which reached what was at that time far thest north The earlier work of Peary was di rected toward a more complete survey of Greenland than had ever before been attempted This was the essential aim of his work prior to 1898 When he started for the arctic that year It was with the purpose of trying for the pole lie spent four consecu tive winters in high latitudes first on one side of the channel and then on the other but when he came back in 1002 he had not fully accomplished all he wished One great trouble was that he could not force his ship far enough north to establish winter quarters wherp he wanted them From the vi chilly of Capo York to the north end of the passage along the coast of Greenland the distance Is about 0 des grees or SCO geographical milesi j IIThe next winter and spring 1899 he used Fort Conger as his baso and crossed over toGreenland and followed 1 a route previously traversed in studying the coast In latitude 83 des grecs ro minutes after leaving the land lie eru ountered n broad streak of open water which could not be crossed lie then turned back In April 1001 he proceeded front Fort Conger In u Caponellapoint of departure from Grant Land Ills logs gave out before ho got there and tt third spring was permitted to pass without improving the opportu nity so temptingly at hand In 1902 the latter programme was repeated with a little better fortune Peary actu ally got out of the Ice fifty or sixty miles from the ocean On April 21 ho was In latitude 81 degrees 12 minutes the highest attained on this side of tho pole lIe then found So many openings In the Ice however that a further advance was foolhardy That Commodore Peary hud a very clear Idea of whet the discovery of tho north poll would mean to the dlscov erer the country he represented and Jto nion of science is Indicated by a statement he made on the eve of his last expedition He said The attainment of tho polo spells national prestige For three centuries some of the best men in the best coun tries have devoted their lives to this quest and without success The con quest of the north pole is the last great geographical prize which tho world has to offer to adventurous man For that reason feet by every right that this great country of ours should ho the winner Once won therowlll be no future challenge To the first conquer or belongs the spoils and the glory Entirely regardless of any Intrinsic value the discovery of the pole will boas distinct a milestone In the history of the globe as was the discovery of America by Columbus The efTonts which have been car Fled on for the past 300 years to find the pole have resulted In securing a- very law n mount of scientific mate rial anti Information and of greatly widening our geographical horizon Still more important Information Is yet to be obtained from tho remaining great unexplored area anti particularly In thisI case In connection with tho polar sea the hydrography of which is entirely unknown And yet without In any way desiring to detract from tho value of such work and results I feel that the great meaning of this con quest lies not in these It Is rather a matter of national sentiment and the Tact tint the north polo Is a trophy which till proudest nation In tho world will bo glud to win and wear looms very law to me 4I rt NOW THEEXPLORERf PIfiNNED1118 DASH Warned by Previous fails ures He Made the Most Careful Preparation Possible OR weeks the scientific world F had waited breathlessly hoping dally to hear from Peary He like Cook was overdue having been away front his permanent base longer than was anticipated and like Cook he pushed onward with dogs and Es limos Ills great determination and inti mute knowledge of polar conditions were looked upon as his chief assets In his advance on the pole It Is admitted that a freak of nature alone prevented his reaching the atItemptPeary planned to stake his dash in the summer months while Dr Cook1 advanced In the late winter IIe made his dash upon the same general theory which lie advanced upon the occasion of his first attempt This was a alms pie and set plan to keep on trying along the saute line until success or death was met Peary figured that each attempt put him nearer to the pole and lint he learned more and more about the general conditions along his course at each effort and should he adopt a new route all this knowledge would be lost With each trip lirlnglng him nearer and nearer to his goal those Interested in arctic exploration felt certain that success would meet till naval commander In this his supreme effort Thi American Route The general route lay up through UiUIln bay Smiths sound Kenne dys channel and Kobesons channel into Naves son In lSM9 he nearly reached the seventyeighth parallel on the west Greenland coast In 189899 ho turned Imck only after reaching land close to the eightieth parallel i hI east coast of Ellsmcrc Land onI IHIO he tok the east coast of roll iaid1 mill reached tho eightysec tent imvnllfl Tile northern const ofI Grlnucll Lund was skirted In 10050 and winter niartors wero made at Cape thl Idan Grant Land lIe movedl past Cape Uecla on the west and proceeded to Cape Moss Then carte the dash for the pole when he pierced the far north to a point which his instruments registered as 87 degrees oI minima latitude and the forty ninth meridian of west longitude This point was reached on April 21 1000 three years to a day before the one on which Cook said he touched the pole The Journey was made with remarka hIe directness as his march from Cape Moss to the eightyfourth parallel was made In virtually u straight line At 84 degrees M minutes the expedition ran Into an open lane of water two miles wide and was held up six days before able to proceed On this open limo r WJ5 put the blajne for his fail tire As soon as young Ice formed the party pushed out Into the thinly coy ered lane Most of the lightly weight ed sledges were over and preparing to return and reload when a wind sprang up and opened the lane again As thee bulk of the provisions were on the south side the expedition wns forced to proceed without them It was heart breaking but n longer delay meant certain failure So tho party abandoned the better share of its supplies and continued its course From that point until the latI- tude of 85 degrees 12 minutes was iwhod the Journey was comparative Ily easy The Ice proved smoothand ct Nothing Left Undone to Make a Success of This His Supreme Effort weather conditions were of the best Then suddenly a bad storm sprang up and Peary and his companions were forced Into camp There in a driving storm of ice and snow all hands re mained Idle for six days The ice on which the party was camped drifted to the cast nearly seventy miles dur ing the storm and upon taking observations after the wind had gone down Peary found himself at the fortyninth meridianProvisions now ran low and the al lowances were shortened Weaker dogs were fed to their stronger broth ers and by exerting themselves to the utmost the explorers wero able to make fair headway The lanes of wa ter were Increasing constantly how over nnd the hummocks grew larger and larger On April 21 he called the final halt In his advance Even should he reach the pole ho knew that he would never return safely I to the mainland Turning the expe dition headed for Cape Morris Jesup after putting up a flag at tho point farthest nor IL The chance discovery of several mink oxen alone saved the party from srirvatlonI Once too the explorer and his Eskimos were nearly drowned In crossing a lane covered with thin lee It was at the eighty fourth parallel that Peary came upon an unusually wide lane and while camped vrltlnir for a chance to cross the ho upon which the party was gathered separated from the main floe and drifted away for five days A cold snap ceiu ted It to the main body then and on Ice which threatened each moment to break beneath them the explorers their dogs and provisions aprond out In a long line nnd made time perilous crossing The much with snowshoes on their feet did not dare to slip ahead but wore riitm it i scuff along while the block lei I JI Beneath thiin like rub ber It was two miles mross this tic klish bender mid In silence the party r crowHd land they puised an Instant tilt Ire would nine civon way beneath them and rescue would linvp been 411 111 irlVe 1 11 rcperleneo and that In tho storm campuu tho way north taugit Perry Ithat polar Ice on the southern rule of a lane moves slower than that ipnror the pole and alo travels or t Ioth lie and Cook put this discovery to good use later Pccys Route This year Ida route like that of Dr Cook lay 111 a general way trout Grant Land northwest lIe gauged his journey as an archer gauges his alai In a itroti wind Commander Peary plan ned to head for a newly discovered Island northwest of Grant Land and tc urike north from there He figured lint this would give him leeway In which to drift should lanes of wate again Impede his progress Peaty In going through Baffins bay worked against the drift of the Ice and not with It The old notion of the polarsea was to the effect that tip pole was so surrounded by an uncon querable mass of grinding Ice that It memo the destruction of any ship or human being to attempt to pass through or over it Soiled July 17 1908 Peary sailed from Sydney on the Roosevelt his Htiyicli nrctlc ship built to withstand enormous pressures of the lee on July 17 1008 In this cargo were large quantities of looking J c t Khirtxpft all var IIlilniblon flliotgunn and other UNitful ImplomonU with which ho intended to reward tho Eskimos and arouse their enthusiasm We are ready for the trip he said I have doiit entirely too much work in that country to be certain of any thing so Ill acct promise anything before I start cxt opt that I am going to put into it every bit of energy moral mental and physical that 1 possess I feelI confident tint in any case I shnllfarry Ithe American flag farther nurih than ever Unless the unforeseen happens I shall plant the stars and stripes at the geographical po e If conditions mire no worse in tho next Reason than they were during tho Inst voyage 1 shall hope to accomplish the object of the expedition and re turn in about fifteen months that IH In October WOO 1 am prepared how ever for a stay of three years 1 shall follow the same north route us In my last trip via Sydney straits of Belle Isle David straits Baffins bay and Smith sound I shall take on the Eskimo and the dogs in the Wham sound region as before and shall on deavor to force my ship to the same winter quarters on the north side of Grant Land ns In the winter of 1905 nUll 1000 The sledge work will begin In February 1 shall follow the north coast of Grant Land as far west MS Cape Columbia and possibly beyorl Instead of leaving laud at Point Mos + as I did before My coinno will be more west of north than before In order to counter act or allow for the easterly set of Ico discovered In my last expedition I ttween the north coast of Grant Lnr 1 and the pole The attainment of tho north and couth poles by American ex peditions wnndl ihb worth to this country many tunes the few thousands expended Jiiit for the closer bond the deeper Jln I riot lain reuniting when ev cry onu of the hundred millions of us ran say the stars and stripes float ut both ends of the earths axis and tho whole mirth turns about them News From Peary IIn the middle of tho following Octo her word iaiiic from the Roosevelt at IEtnh the must northern settlement In the world 78 tVcreis JO minutes DIIIth IntliiKla IIt rime In the Corn of u let her from n member of till crow se explorers crow We are now smr lug nil communication with cis iii ration tlie vtilor v otv 1 i lii J IlL Tent ice lji it v II iv t r i istaticc of JUO nulS aul ii uiis IL foivo the sturdy liire 1rev1 ev lOW its prow LIIII ROOSEVELT whMi we are about to leave Is com prised of Vur akin tents called tuplUs by the Eskimo We will then transport our food and other supplies to Point Ulass by menus of twentyfive dog tennis We expeet to bo In a position to make tho dash to tthe pole by February Tho country lime Is alive with game Wo have 200 dogs magnificent brutes Never In nil my experience have I been so well satisfied with the spirit of the canines us on this voyage If It is possible to reach the polo these sturdy fellows are certain to take us through Whale Meat For Dogs To food the dogs we took thirty tons of whale meat aboard at Labrador Many strange scenes are enacted on the deck of the Roosevelt stud nnn can Imagine what It moans in the way of noise and echoes withtheirdogs and thirty Eskimos women and children all taking up u position on the deck of the craft It was nt Etah that Peary fell In with Rudolph Froncke the only other white man who accompanied Dr Joule on the first part of his expedition Peary landed coal and supplies ft thf relief pf Dr Cook who hind net yet returned He also sent Francis home nt the tatters request on bunt the Krllc r T CI i t d 11II 1 v j iJ 1t Ii tTYl- i I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO r Issued Every Wednesday Subsoription Price 100 a year in advance t CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 11I advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us It I When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHTPAGESCLO- VERPORT KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 10 1909 THETICKETI For County Court ClerkC Vie Robertson For tTudgeMnthil1s Miller For Circuit Clerk Leo Walls For County AttorneyV G Babbnge For Sheriff 11 G Vessels For Suderihtendent of Schools Joe W Trent For Jailor William Gilbert For Assessor Peyton Claycomb For Co roueIM Leo Bishop I would not ask whether you talk to the children about tt- II the Father and the mec Christ in the moments which I j bona only now and then The true mother through these first years is to her children in Christs stead She is the way the truth and the life to them And so it is scant use merely to tell them of the way They must go in it first In your arms or they may not go at allRobert Collyer We understand that some of the Republicans over the county are raising sand about the News turning over Bless your souls we havent turned over we just strayed oil from our old loveand like the Prodigalson weve come back home to live and die fighting the bat ties of the dear old party we have ever loved And from now on right or wrong we are going to stay at home and in our fathers house Home is the best place on earth andwe never appreciate it until we wander away from it What we are proud of is that wo got in o t such opportune tiu o Since wo have been away we have found tbattthcro F J have been others away too and the old home is being painted washed and made clean for the great feast to be hold on the night of Novem 2nd 1909 The Republicans in the Bowle district regard Mr Roy Cain as a very deserving men and worthy of l1 yoice in the county For more than six monthsJIr1 Cain appealed to his Republican frionds through the papers and in every honorable way that he knew how tot givo him the ncmination for County Court Clerk What did it a mount to When the great Moguls of Republicanism met in conven tion at llardinsburg Mr Cain was given the cold shoulder and rele gated to the rear The question is will the Republicans the rank and tile support a ticket made and fashioned in the secret confines of the Hardiusburg Republican politicians I In a large county like Breckenridge the public business is so large us to require a man of some expetience and knowledge to hand le it satisfactorily The Judge of our county court has a great del11I to do with such business Our constitution does not require him to be a licensed lawyer but we are not so sure but what it would be betI ter if this wore required At any rate the County Judge should be a man of sound judgement coupled with a broad knowledge of public matters to servo the people acceptably Judge Matthias Miller assuredly possesses these qualifications His record heretofore war i rants the statement While the voters and newspapers are devoting much time and space to the various candidates to be elected at the November election they should not forgot that they are also to vote on an amendment to the Constitution which if adopted will enable Kentucky to improve her public highways There is no question of such vital importance to our people as that of improving our roads Good roads will bring happiness and prosperity to the people of our state quicker than anything We can be patient with tho candidates but let us not forget the question of Good roads t Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glendeanc has been as busy as a bee in the otlico of Mr Thos J Moore Chairman of the Democratic Campaign Committee She is an excellent stenographer and it is a pleasure to see a girl so interested in her work as she is It pays a youngwoman to have her vocation at heart whatever it is washing dishes or pointing out tho right way for a man to vote P t Again the paper at Hardinsburg has fallen into now hands It iwillhe run by Republicans in the interest of the Republican partyt i The Fourth District Leader is the name People in all walks of life P1 f are beginning to appreciate the fact that a newspaper is a most useful t0 organrho r news comes from every precinct iin Breckcnridgo county that tho Democrats wore never in better working order that there was nevov greater harmony in tho party that a bettor ticket was never put up to fbc voted for and that they will see that it is elected The Rev Mr Hughes of Kingswood is to be congratulated on the success of another big camp meeting which closed there last week Dr Carudine one of the noted Evangelists of this country did thoI preaching and it was highly edifying Keep your powder dry boys and stay on the kring line Tho Democrats will come through all right 1L SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS For State Fair Week AT LOUISVILLES BIG DEPARTMENT STORE I All Cars Tramp to Our Store The State Fair at Louisville September 1318 this year promises to be a bigger thing than ever before Everybody for miles a round will want to attend We Have Planned Special Sales For Each Day of The Pair WeeklK So that all who attend Fair will have opportunity to combine their pleasure with 1 profit The merchandise is new uptodate and just what you want for the Fall and 1 Winter season and was bought especially for this occasion I II On Wednesday Sept 15 Southern Indiana Day at The State Fair Sale of Yard Wide Brown Hoosier Sheeting at I IIA I IEerbody 6 Cents kilows what Hoosior Sheeting is so there is no use to dwell upon its merits But wo wouldsuggest that you lay in a supply of this well known sheeting dur ing this sale as the price is exceptionally low and the cot ton market today is on the rise I Ii I IOn Thursday Sept 16 Kentucky Day at The Stale Fair lour Fall Opening of Goats Suits and Millinery This exhibition alone is worth a visit to our stoic Wo will show all the new approved fashions in the womens = and Misses Coats Suits Skirts Waists and Millinery Tho variety will be more extensive than at any of our previous openings for we bought in anticipation of a great er business this fall And because of our increased pur chases wo are able to get closer prices and of course will give our customers the benefit ri W u LISTEN TO OWEN III J The news has just reached me that each of my opponents In the race for the statesenate will come out in long arti cles in the press of the district stating the reasons why they ought to receive the votes of the Democrats next Satur day I also understand that one of the gentlemen makes many and grave char ges The truthfnlnees of this rumor I am not able to I want to say however that in public as well as in private life I have a record and upon these records and upon the tune honored Democratic custom of indorse ment I am making my race Having at all times the interest of the patty at heart 1 have avoided criticisms of my opponents and will only say that the man or men who besmirch the good name of his fellowman for political pre ferment should occupy the same place in the minds of honest men as the mid night assassin who under the cover of darkness plies his hellish trade I have made a clean and honorable cau vass and shall do 30 to the end and all I ask is that you try this case fairly and without bias and your verdict will be gracefully accepted by me Yours Very TrulyR W Owen GktiQdron Cry FLETCHERS C A S TOe lA1 Guests Of Mr Hudson Mr W L Muypother 1st Vice Pres ident of the L N K R Co and Mr L W Botts president of tho Col umbia Trust Co Louisville were guests of Mr R N Hudson Tuesday and yesterday Mr Hudson and Mr C L Ryley took them on a dove hunt yesterday afternoon Woodford Sun Regulates the promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Doans Regulets Ask your druggist for them 25 cents a box t 1e tJ a t LV B F 1l II BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier ofJ 3 7 wont suffer five with croup if apply Dr Eclec Oil oncp It acts like magic to Geo McCubbins for plows and When need brick cement salt hay call on Geo l 1 i c 77 Address Market 4th Ave the the confiiiw FOR bowels On Sept 17 Tobacco Growers Day at The Stale Fair Sale of Genuine American Prints at Yard n 6 IThe prints that everybody knowsTHe prints always satisfactorily wash like cotton In this sale we shall not only tho now 1909 de signs inthe always desirable blues grays reds navies but we shill also display an extensive assortment of the most elaborate designs recently brought out by the manu facturer whichwere designed expressly to use for dressy dressers and fancy costumes I rlI II- On I I Sept 18 r Everybodys at The Kentucky State FairtA SalejThis sale will mostly Readyto wear Millinery Footwear lions and Boys Furnishings Dress accessories such as Veilings Jewelry neck wear handkerchiefs will also included Everything will be sold at prices that will be well worth your whilo to investigate Pt lV fThe Bankof Hardinsburg and Trust BEARDPresident 50000 anJ Un divided DIRECTORS Eskridge Richardson Kincheloo Robertson per cent time depositsno more Three cent much i IIPaysbest banks this state pay and much any safely managed paytLOW EXCURSION FARES To LOUISVILLE RETURN Via THE HENDERSON ACCOUNT OF I KENTUCKY STATE FAIR sale September 11th 18th limit September 20th 1909 For furtt 11 I they information ASK THE AGENT I iX 1i Baby Thomas STEPHENSPORT- Go Oliver Chilled repairs McCiJbbins I 0 f J Friday Cents thatI show Saturday General Company Capital Surplus Profits 1100000 AND ROUTE Gd to McCubbins for shoes Every thing new uptodate for men women children Bargains Stoves Hardware Also a big bargain mens boys clothing hats at McCubbins Splendid bargains buggies Want L r j ct NfYo 1 A i 7 I St Near 4th and wear and and and include and Morris G W Beard D S Dr A M C V BF Beard S on per is as as in as as 4 eI ON THE Tickets on to return illtl DdI minutes you trio at in of lime and 11 A Day etc be Geo and and in Furniture and In and and Geo in Jtor1igive any one a bargain in buggies and Jj harnessGeo McCubblhsy i Go to Geo McCubbins for coat sujts 1 colonIn jjI dbelts D II I CJ ry54 A3 L + i+ l F + r riy r 1 r w uWU as Men are Made Miserable by RItey and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind diwiouragesandlesseusambitioh beauty by mail vigor and cheerfulness soon when the kidneys are out of order or dis trouble has mon for a child to be born with weak If the child urinates tooof ten if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the afflicted with begl wet r it thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first r step should be towards the treatment of these This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar Imayltafree also a J pamphlet telling all e disappear easedKidney prevalentthat afflicted kidneys tingdepcndupon importantorgans ptingludintesti t It monial letters received from sufferers J who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer aCo Binghamton N Y be sure and t 11mention this paper Dont make any ifmstake but remember the name Dr SwampRoot and the address N Y on every bottle t iiB1t1ghamton News IIheBreckenridge IWEDNESDAY SEPT 15 1909 ItIt Announcement aV 4 For State Senator Wo lire authorized to announce It W Owen of Lewlsport as a candidate for the nomlna tlon for State Senator from tho Tenth Bona tonal District subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce E IL Shel man as acandidate for tho State Senates sub totho action of the Democratic Primary Saturday September 18 r I PERSONALAND LOCAL J Mrs Ryan has returned from Louis ville Rev Currie has returned from Bat tletowmMiss Paiiley was in Owensboro last week to Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze are i- Louisville in r Miss Martha Miller has returned from OwensboroMrs Hoffious spent Saturday in OwensboroJess of Seeleyville Ind was here Sunday Rob Moorman of Glendeane was here last week Bernard Morrison was home fromI Hartford Sunday I carry one of the best lines of SchoolI ShoeC Sippel Mrs Polk and Mrs Eubanks have returned from Frankfort Mrs Tom Faith and children hav returned from Owensboro I Miss Francis Smith is visiting Mrs H A Dawley in Louisville Hoffious Rafferty and mother o Louisville were here Sunday Rev and Mrs J T Lewis and child red have returned from Glendeane Mrs Hayes has arrived from New Haven to visit her son Dr Boone Chas Tate of Spokane Wash is the guest of Mrs Marion Weatherholt ofIdray Irs Wm Boutcher and son of tuwisport spent Sunday here with re lativesJoe Graham and Beavin Tucker were in Stephensport Sunday the guests of friendsLittleMiss Mary Pate has returned home from a visit to Miss Julia Hill at Richmond Mr and Mrs Tony Nicholas and Miss Louise Nicholas have returned from Evansville I ManIMiss Josie Berry has returned home from the Jewish hospital much improv j8dJn health Mrs J D Davison of St Louis and Mrs John Sterrett of Skillman are guests of Mrs Ross Mrs Fred Hering of Mansfield Ohio III Iaay d consumption Nature alone can wont ne it it needs help is the best help but its must be continued in il useIII lIner as well as winter Take It In a Mtlo cold minor Get a small bottle now All L J IRWINE MADE PRESIDENT Everybody Up And Down The Henderson Route Pleased Shops Glad To Hear The News Of Irwins Election OTHER OFFICERS ELECTED When the office of presidency of the L H St L K R was handed to Lucian J Irwin there was something on the waiter for everybody connected with the Henderson Routeand that was satisfaction All the employees and friends of the road were more than pleased to learn that Mr Irwin had been made president to succeed the late Col Attilla Cox Mr Irwins success is a great en couragement to the railroad boys at the bottom for his career began when he was seventeen years of age He stuck to his work without drifting from pil lar to post and followed persistently the rail that has brought him to the top The story of his work election etc from The Courier Journal is as follows Directors of the Louisville louder son and St Louis railroad at a meet ing held yesterday morning following the annual meeting of the stockholders voted unanimously for Lucian J Irwin for president of the road to succeed the late Col Atlilla Cox At I1oclock the annual meeting of the stockholders was called to order by L W Botts After accepting the an nual report on the condition of the road for the year ending June 30 the election of directors was taken up with the fol lowing result Milton H Smith W L Mapother J H Ellis LJ IrwinHnrry Weisslng er Oscar Fenley John L Helm Otto Marx and William Marshall Bullit Mr Irwin was placed ou the board to fill the place formerly held by the late president of the road At the conclusion of the stockholders meeting the directors went into their annual session and elected the follow ing staff officers President L J Irwin vice president W L Mapother secretary Ridgely Cayce treasurer LW Botts and general counsel James P Helm Mr Irwinsrise in the railroad world 1was widely discussed yesterday as a most phenomenal one He was born on May 6 IH07 in Abbeyville Miss Iand Miss Jane Hambleton of Louis ville are guests of Mrs Kiel Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday atCloverport Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Nathaniel Tucker and daughter Miss Bernice have returned from a sew eral days visit in Stephensport School shoes for boys and girls at the Shoe Store Mrs Gus Dean has returned to her home in Evansville after spending some MrseJohn Dean Rev Graves will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning befentertained at the home of Mr and Mrs Nathaniel Tucker Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Something for nothing The first one will be given away Saturday Sept 18 1909 If you want two dol lars and fifty cents in gold trade with Julian H Brown You dont have to go away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday Photographs of the children pictures for their friends pictures for your families and vour wifes pictures for you and the children both to look on in future years and bring back the child hood days again We take them and tape them so well that they catch all the charms and preserve them for you Brabandts Studio Cloverport New Meat Market I will open my meat market the last of this week or the first of next and will the people ot Irviugton with firptclass meat at reasonable prices Call anti see me M W Wlnn Proprietor HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Reduced rate Cloverport to Michigan points and return Sept 1 1909 One way Second Class ColonIst rates to California and the Northwest Sept 15 to Oct 15 1909 Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 June 1 and 1C July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and 17 Sept 17 und 21 and Oct 5 and 10 Until further notice JNO 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and L train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m r LLITTLE BABY HORRIBLYBURNEDBy off One Side of Face and Head Tried an Ointment which Made It All FesterWee Sufferer Seemed Disfigured for Life CURED WITHOUT A MARK BY CUTICURA About a year and eight months ago my baby aged ten months was sitting on tho mat besldo tho lender and wo wcro preparing tho breakfast when tho frying pan full of boiling grease was upset and babysfaceand wiped the scald with a towel and you may think what a mess she made pulling tho entire skin off Wo took her to a chemist who told us to get a doctor which wo did Ho tended her a week and gave mo somo stuff like llard to put thoughtthotryCutlcura healedInthere wasnt a mark to tell whero tho scald had been People used to ask mo if that was tho baby that wag scalded and they would hardly beliovo mo when I told them sho was and what cured her IhnvoCuticura cured three other children of ringworm besides BO I havo good causo to thank It for what It has Bono Mrs Hare 1 Henry St South Shields Dur ham England March 22 1008 I CUTICURA Worlds Favourite Emollient- A single anointing with Cuticura Ointment preceded by a hot bath with Cuti cura Soap and followed in tho severer cases by a doso of Cuticura Pills IIs often sufficient to afford Immedlato relief in scalyhumourspermit rest and sleep and point to a speedy cure in tho majority of cases when all elso fails orjScnd to nearest depot for fire Ctitlciira nook on Treatment of the Skin Cutlmra Itenuclleinro 27Charterhouset trnlIannonIldChem Corp Sole Props lioiton and when only 17 years of age after leaving school began his railroad ca reer His first position was with the St Louis Arkausa and Texas railroad which company employed him in a minor capacity from I8S3 to 1884 From the time he left the service or the company that first employed him in 1881 he rose steadily towar the top InlbOO Mr Irwin became general freight and passenger agent of the Louisville Henderson and St Loui railroad and later general superintendent Mr Irwin has made Louisville his permanent residence ever since he left the Cumberland Gap Dispatch to g with the Henderson Route He is un married ENotice Democrats The Democrat committee will meet at Hardinsburg Sept 25th 1009 for the purpose of nominating Democrat candidates for the offices of Repre sentative and Surveyor Every committeeman in the county should at tend this meeting and advise as to the respective candidates for the said offices There must be a quorum of the committee present to make the said nominations and any com mitteemen who can not come should send his proxy by another committeeman RespectfullyT Chair Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS rCASTCRIAFor I IIFor On and after IIII- JJ September 15 1909 I JJdolivorysoil only for cash on I nilIcase business Please dont ask for credit I P E SCOTT t 4 J BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same direful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and in fluence Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVBHIORT KV Ar dppAA aerliArtr r YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You J Tested FREE JJEyes IIGlasses tSevers Guaranteed Drug CoII VrJI srk + H I WantsSALE- SIAN 8 o r + wanted to look nfterour Inter e and adjacent counties Salary or commission Adaress Lincoln 011 Co Cleveland O workIVTennessee Apply to Alfred IKunon PO- lox 730 Cincinnati Ohio FOR SALE pOK SALEA Rood threeyearold mule rood size and smooth young and active huromini on the pike Farm For Sale1 182 acres of loud lying in Nails Valley IInrdln Co Ky H i miles from Itlnoyvlllo within H of a mile ot Kldec Spring church on tho publl roar good dwell InK house of seven rooms barn and all necessary outbuildings two cisterns and a well In yard and plenty of stock waters good poach and apple orchard Address MUS DIARY K ST1TII lllnoyvllle Ky Itonto No I- Farm For Sale27 acres ot land 1M miles Fouth of Irvington with building of 8 room hull summer kit chen leo house corn crib and barn good size orchard 15 acres timbersi plenty of water for stock cistern and spring good road convenient to market Will roll MS a whole or part roosonab o payment down bd + nce In 1 3 and 3 years Further particulars address Q O DAILY Irvlmton Ky OCTOBER WEDDING Engagement Of Miss Crenshaw And Mr David Phelps An nounced Will Live Here Dr and Mrs J W Crenshaw an nounce the engagement of their dauglv tor Miss Anne Scott Crenshaw to Mr David Brainard Phelps of Clovorport Ky The weddiug will take place at the Christian church in Versailles dur ing the lattet part of October It will be an afternoon wedding The young couple will go South to spend their honeymoon Mist Crenshaw is ono of the loveliest and most popular girls in this community and is known for her sweet womanliness and her strength of character She is indeed n prize worth the winning Woodford Sun The announcement was jnost pleasant ly received in Cloverport last week for both Miss Crenshaw and Mr Phelps rase raios rri ridM ISr igAn4t Extra Special Train to LOUISVILLE RETURNV- ia L 1H St L Ry Sept 16th State Day at The Kentucky State Fair Train leaves Cloverport at IU a m and stops at nil inter mediate stations arriving at Louisville at 84 a m returning leaves Louisville at U p m LOW EXCURSION FARES IIASK THE AGENT dILi1 Ar r W LllrwgdlLAA 1 J ooDOoIoREADY I o FOR INSPECTION Wednesday 0 September 15th oju Ladies Coat Suits Q p 800 To 2000 Q 1JsCNOLTE BRO I CLOVERPORT r- cvoo111 10 oor o oQOIH BUT OH YOU U SAYSO AND BRICK n E II two lit 101 I- rheal 0 I I Estate Bargains I I dti ray m I I Have the Following Real Estate For Sale I it 4 fourroom cottages in theI I town of Irvington located in II a desirable part of the town IBuildig lots Business houseIon maIn street Farming Ifrom 10 acre plots adjacent to Itown up to 300 acres I Some of these farms are of the best land in IMeade and Breckinridge Counties i i H H KEMPER I IRVINGTON KENTUCKY I Bnon m i LOW ONE WAY II COLINIST RATES 1- I TO ICalifornia Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tana Nevada New Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta Saskatchen and a few points in Texas For tickets on sale I Sept 15 to Oct 15 1909 I- tJ BY TH- ESOUTHERN II RAILWAY IInquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete gm tm1Inrormation I JoC BEAM Jr A G P A II ST LOUIS MO ImJm sm miB 13 have ninny friends here who were inter ested to learn of their engagement For severalI yours Mr Phelps has been in tho mussle shell business at this port with his father and he is held in the highest esteem in business church and f social circles His bride will indeed be welcomed for she is a lovely young girl No invitatipns will be issued lothewedding If you want the best fouifbu the Lewisport BEST patent flour J J F Li I I jI I Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the l Citizens National t Life InsuranceCompany Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week First week August 2V10696000 9 Total Second week August 9 20024000 Total Third week August 16 34500000 Total Fourth week August 23 46946000T- otal Filth week August 30 601700 t Total Sixth week September 6 73822000t Total Seventh week September 13 83466000I-F YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W H GREGORY E Louisville Ky Please send me full information as to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY NAME ADDRESS A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Druggist Quick A box of Bucklens Arnica SalveHeres a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terribly John nie cut his foot with the axeMamles scaldedPa cant walk from piles Bil lie hits boilsand my corns ache She got it and soot cured all the family Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by S virs Drug Co Back Numbers William said Mrs Van Gelder to the man of all work I want you to clean out that large closet in tho ball Just outside the parlor Burn all tho I old newspapers waste paper and any other rubbish you may find there After a short timo she met William In tho hall carrying in his arms a huge pile of sheet music tho property of her eldest daughter What are you going to do with Ma bels music sho asked Why burn it sure as you told mo 4to It was in the closet there with the other rubbish But I didnt mean tho music Put It back at once Noting his mistress displeasure Wil j 11am inquired in surprise Why hafnt she played It all VVtUse Our Want Column f t1 I 4 Ii THE INDIANS PAID What the White Men Charged Them For Killing One Donkey In Reminiscences of Old Times In Tennessee a story Is told of the good faith nod honor of u party of Chicka saw Indians Willie hunting one fall they shot a donkey mistaking the creature for a wild animal They sold the hide und It finally came to the hands of John Barnes In Lipton When the Chlckasaws returned to the region of LIpton for their annual hunt tho next fall Barnes Invited them to a shooting match the prize to be the skin of a very rare animal Thirty braves appeared at the con test and one of tbem won the prize When he saw the skin he turned II over and said Ua hIt Me kill him Mo shoot him See And ho pointed to the fatal bullet hole Then Barnes told them tint they laid killed n donkey a very usefulI nnlnwi but he nns sure ihnt they hml dnul li by tilt inke hollering It to IIP u wild animal Tbe Indians listened attentively to the white trams words and thou con suIted together a few minutes Finally they separated each brave going to his pony unhitching him and leading him to the spot where a gang of white men stood Barnes in the midst of them Then one of the Indians snoke U ia t + We sorry we kill donkey We think ho belong to the woods We llnd hit In cane Ves think him wild We sor ry Now we pay Wp take no while mans boss pony nothing of white man Ve honest Ve have ponies thats all Take pay And he mo- tIoned to tub long lino of ponies held by their owners How many nsked Barnes White man say returned the In dian take plenty The honor of tho red men was not equaled by tile white men for be it recorded to their shame they took from the Chickasaws thirtyfive ponies to pay for the accidental killing of one donkey Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodol does Every table spoonful of Kodol digests 24 pounds of food Try it today It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggists Hilarious f Clarence Im going toask old Vava sour for his daughters band Whats i good way to begin AJgy Oh spring tt few other jokes on him first and see how ho takes them Bcchange rlDespotism may govern without faith but liberty cannot De Tocnuevlllerf f r I r k f J i jlt AN AFRICAN RAILWAY iThe Way It Was Described by an Educated Native 0 J Phillips business agent In Uganda ot the Church Missionary so clety throws light upon the workings of the native mind by quoting a remarkable letter In which a native member of the katlklros prime ministers party gives a description of the Uganda railway My friend 1 can tell you the Euro peans have done a marvelous thing to make the railway and the trains They fasten tten or ifteen houses together and attach them to a fireplace which is as big ns an elephant and the roud it goes on Is as smooth as the stem or a plantain 1 It goes as fast as a swul low flying and everything you see out side tilts past you like a spark from u fire IIf It were to drop oil one of the bridges not one In It would be saved for it goes dreadfully quick The bills It passes are as high as those of Kokl and they have bridged over great val leys which are as deep as that you see when you look from the top of Nainl rembo so deep that you cannot see the bottom when you are going over them Later thero follows a description of a ship It Is as deep as our two sto rued house and as wide as the kings road In Mengo and it is as long as from the katlklros fenco to the gate of the kings Inclosure It has three tall poles in It and a big throat out of which smoke comes which Is as widens the new drum in the church at Na ralrcnibo The rooms in It go down three stories and the boards of these I cannot describe to you for such have not been seen before There Is a lot of metal work about them too but these also 1 cannot describe for it is so tine There are children on board and a flock of sheep and places to wash in attached to every place where a chief sleeps such as even our king has never possessed London Strand Magazine Go With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stom ach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New Lite Pillsis astounding Severs Drug Co say they never saw the like Its because they never fall to cure your Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c Old Book Terms The words folio quarto octavo duo decimo and the IlktMiarp almost if not quite lost their original meaning At first they had reference only to the number of leaves Into which the sheets used In making the books were folded Thus if tho e sheets were folded oiuo so as to form two leaves or four pares the book was called a folio if Ithe sheets were folded twice so as to form four leaves the book was calledI quarto if they were folded four tines so as to form eight leaves the book was called au octavo and so on Doans Ointment cured mo of eczema that hud annoyed me a long time The cure was permanentHon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis tics Augusta Me Penitence I suppose youre sorry now asked the prison visitor according to the Philadelphia Ledger The youn man who had stolen 17 000 and spent it In sixteen weeks sighed through the bars Oh yes ho answeredIII tried to cut too much of a splurge The money ought to have lasted me a week longer Impure blood runs you downmakes- you an easy victim for organic diseases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the cause builds you up SEASHORE LUNCHEON Tinted Marines Photographs Make Charming Place Cards A lovely little luncheon motive fur country or town IH that of the sea and Its treasures For the centerpiece se cure a childs seashore bucket preferably of wood with shovel Fill tho for mer with sand in which flower stems may be Inserted Get a square of thin board or cardboard about half a yard across to go under the bucket Sprin kle this lightly with sand on which a few shells should be strewn With a dolls shoe make little footprints la this Any kind of wild lowers will be pretty for the buckets If possible have nice large white clam shells at each corner of the table filled with the usual relishesnuts radishes candles and so on Small shells especially the crinkly ones may be placed at each cover for butter plates For place cards have squares A yonah vhita water color uaocr I 11 I r 1t S 1 LmndvwLindrI The boat investment on earth is the earth itself nnd tho best earth to invest in is tho I Panhandle of Texas I produce tBCorn Millet and Sorghum for from 115 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms land will pay you 25 to 40 por cent annually on your in IThis Private cars front Kansas City free sleepers free to see the land and ifyou purchase IGOacres or more it YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED round trip rates every 1st nnd 3rd Tuesdays Others are ILow largo returns from every Investment made in these Why not you write for full information to IJ C CRUTCHER Railroad Agent I Webster Kentuckyii mJ ffiiHf 1J ggllll p WE KNOW WHATS BESTJ W IN BUSINESS STATIONERY tJf Most socalled bonds areII near 11 bonds bonds by courtesy only tjfJI You can never get on an ordinary bond I paper a letterhead as good as you needas f fine as you expected f fJJjj Real bond costs a fraction more than n courtesy bond II + VlWvA J9tGEti3tlQ costs onetenth ofa cent per sheet 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COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for i 150if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJou- rnaltDaily CourierJournal 5Sfr 600 Sunday CourierJournal Year One 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET i I urnsIi Regular Price 500 a Year AND T- HEBreckenridge News Both One Year Fori t 350I cc The Louisville Times is thei i PaperiPrinted AnywhereH- as the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectlyt Covers the general news field completelyI Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Awayt- o 1 this papernot to the Louisville t a Times This special low offer may be withdrawn atany time SO GET IN NOW I This rate is good only for MAIL subscrip 1 I tionsTwo Papers for less than the iPricei of One CHEESECLOTH CURTAINS i SummeryiI Looking Hangings Cheesecloth Is tho material from Which Is fashioned some of tho most charming window draperies Any wo man Who thlnlcstthat because the stuff to elmplo tho curtains aro plain has im ch to learn For example somo rev eelptly hung In a beautiful living room e a big country house are barred a- tE I with bands of cluny Insertion I EllS wide making squares eight i aiizo 1 A wide band of the same loco is set around the edge and across the bottom four Inches from the hem and on the edge Is a wide flat scallop of the same lace This style is by no means inex pensive but Is suggestive of tho way tho material may bo adapted to limited incomesSuch hangings In small rooms whero tho curtains dpnot drop below tho sill need a band of laco or insertion down tho sides four inches from the hem sad across the bottom with an edgo to correspond and so are not costly prettyYvhenaro JWL they r AFTERDOCTORS I a FAILED LydiaEPinkhamsVegeta ble Compound Cured Her Willimnntic ConnUFor five femaltroubles prostrationwalk upstairswithout stopping waytried I ent doctors and each told me some thing different I received no benefit from any of them but seemed to suffer more The las doctor said noth ing would restore hllnnEkIngCompound to see what it would do naturalhealthMrs200 Willimantic Conn PlnkhamsVegetable and herbs is unparalleled It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements inflam mation ulceration fibroid tumors ir backachebearingdown prostraIflnn PinkhamsVegetable standard remedy for female ills and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial euredt1Jonsandsriot cure you should be laid on nat out lightweight ones are effective If the edge is sewed so tho border will not be more than four Inches wide and put on full an one would jabot lace If these are caught hack above the middle or hang straight they will be effective for sum mer Most oriental effects may be obtained by a girl who Is clever with her fingers by embroidering the cheese cloth In colored cottons such as dull reds and blues with traces of yellow Indeed any of the so called Indict tones This embroidery should bo In the form of a wide band set In from the edge and Is an effective but bold design These wash admirabv A fad of the moment tint lias been adopted by two girls who are planning n furnished smnjucr house was to apply cpetonno figures to the cheesecloth background Many persons would not care for this combination but when the two fabrics lire together they ire effective The lowers could bo or ranged In wreaths buttonholed en with coarse cotton the stone tone a + tho background The birds could be flying apparently across the window each curtain being rondo to correspond perfectly with the other Draperies Mich as these are not ex pected to reniLi the floor tend us n rub ore prettier ruhcd luuk from the to lor If allowed to fall straightI There should be i little but not much fullness If Ornpefl take them above the middle as they nee less stiff fian when caught directly at the center A valniKe In the middle always ndfh to tho attractiveness of windows when tie center to otherwise bare It h merely a place perhaps twelve Inches I Beep put between the two long hnlvca It covers the window casing nod gives n trimmed effect Night On Bald fountain On a lone night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y limbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of Asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved at d quickly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions believe its the greatest Throat and Lung care on earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemmorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured by it Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough 60c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Tobacco at the State Fair A most liberal premium list is of foxed for tobacco and a large and val uable exhibit is expected Classes nro provided for the following Burley types Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar etto Wrapper and Bright Trash Tho dark types are Black Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Leaf Green River Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to tho regular prizes Hon M C Rankin offers 76 in specials for the best display of Bur ley crop best display of Dark Tobacco and tho best display of Green River Tobacco Not more than four samples can be entered of a single crop but If exhibitor has moro than one crop raised on his farm he Is entitled to four samples out of each crop CASTORIAForI Tiii Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thodSignataro of of o to J aIt ll DRAGGING Of ROADSI How to Get Them In Good Shape For Winter Hauling DONT WAIT UNTIL SPRING Much Good Can Be Done by Grading Up In Summer and Fall For Work Later OnHow to Make a Drag From Split Hickory Log On every farm where there Is n mile beenemade permanent by grading properly and macadamized or graveled there ought to be a rood drag With such a tool at hand any farmer can with little time and trouble keep his farm roads In perfect condition Having n large farm and over two miles of roadway I have found n homemade drag to be a most useful implement Of iiuirw wo can get along with pior mail on the farm whotI take pride In Moving Ithings In Ithe Jest shape we will cinilniyI tune pleasure In keeping our fnrin rde hi good con dition And I nm m t Hull It salts so little time uiilI iMnipt to run over a mile or two of road when the team Is already hitched to the drag that I usually go through the outside gate and work up and down the public road In front of the farm when I drag the farm roads The longer I keep my drag and use It on my roads the more I appreciate it Mine la of the red split log type I made It of a ten foot section of a twelve Inch hickory log split in the middle and on the front cutting edge nailed some heavy sheet Iron It works about as well as the metal ones some of which 1 see occasionally- I dont think It took mo two hours to make my drag though I did not make it strictly according to the reg ulation method as I have seen drags Illustrated In farm papers All of those seemed to have the two sections of log put together by having three large augur holes bored through them and round wooden bars about two inches In diameter put through to hold them parallel and rigid 1 did not have the large augur to bore holes big enough for stout wood en bars so 1 merely sawed down Into the upper edges of each half of the log at three places and split out the blocks leaving a place Into which I scantI thirtysix inches long and fitted them into the cutout places and made them fast by driving spikes six inches long into them The job seems to be as solid as those made by boring holes and putting the bars through Some people make their drags of plank and they do very well but cost more and will not stand hard usage so well as the regular split log drag There is not of course so great need of the drag in summer and fall as In winter and spring but it is a much easier and pleasanter job to make it then and besides If one drags his roads a few times in summer and gets them well graded up they will remain in good shape far better than If left just as the summer hauling has made them- Moreover on many farms there are wet places in the roads that cannot well bo worked to advantage In winter and spring If these are graded up and drained In tho fall they will no doubt stay good all tho time There is another use I have seen the drag put to that on some farms will come In very handy Quito a good many cattle owners find it expedient to pen up their cattle at night In sum mer As a rule no straw or other bed ding is thrown over tho lot and the manure remains on the ground and dries out and on sloping ground is of ten 111 washed away I find that If I run the road drag over the cowpen occasionally 1 can scrape up several loads of the best kind of manure that Is well worth collecting and hauling out to thin spots on the farm Isay with emphasis there is no small job that a farm owner can moro profit ably devote a few hours to when he has some leisure time after tho press of farm work Is over than constructing a road drag Missouri Cor Farm Progress Hard Dirt Roads Kansas perhaps has the best natural roads of any state In the Union There Is practically a highway on every sec lion line In threefourths of tho state the dirt roads ten months of tho year are as level and bard as a floor a U tF 0rI t OashlerIfAsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRFCKINRIDUJ3 BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and smallsolicited ar tHSl i El iN NiNi i l Al Ii M ii I- 1btagoset u sya era N seasr NavrVllre FOOD LAWS=Have never affected our drinks in any ways They were pure before we hud Pure Food Laws Call for drinks made by us and you will got the best and purest For sale by all dealers Carr Bottling and Manfg Works p HAWESVILLE KENTUCKY rl J aAg sttatlieaaOOp set I P 4 = 1i IfIj IMagazinesys Ladies Home Journal Delineator v MunseyMcClure order youmJOHN D BABBAGEWT- jT JY1YYST YYi THE Fifth Avenue HOTELY g Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr V 3T 7 T TjTT I RURAL TELEPHONES m 1Jik 1J Company have the special Far ft- fj mors Line rate JJJ II- jj Incor- poratedPoultry 4 j- I SecretsI b Disclosed THIREare secrets in the poultry business as any the best methods and newest discoveries seldom reach the amateur poultry raiser and the general public for years after they are origi nated Anew method ofabsolutely insuring the fertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash Valuekand III dlicorccr is not to be blamed for keeping It to himself Now for the first time the secrets of many of the most successful poultrymen are made public No confidence hat been violated every secret has been Obtained in an Honorable Way 1 by outfight purchase 2 by free permission given the author Michael K Dover 3 by collecting old valuable but little known methods 4 by Mr Borers own experience covering 30 busy years Since this book was first ad vertised four or five months ago It has been necessary to print eight editions and many new and valuable secrets have been added 19 the original book Read What Purchasers Say I recelred Farm Journil and Poultry Secre- tan4invrymuchpkeeedwilhtbth Tli teertti ere worth their weight In told Why 1 0J tor the sprouted oat You certainly glee a fellow over till moneyi worth AMDIUW K U MOKLKY Vile N Y Reelvd your look or Caltry Jeered Ite an exceptionally Instructive work and worth 110 to our protrechiie rtoultrynun I would not care to take that tor my ropy if I could not get another ROUT F KIMISIJND loom N J- Ai to Poultry I will tar I Ilee tured on this iiibject over the creater portion of this state for the past fifteen years and have atoll every look that IIt nbitshedosthlnublect In my and I coniiiler this licwk of yours the mot valuable 1 know by for for the general public 1PI1 niCIUUDSON Marine 111 Tour look Poultry Secrete received alio the February and March taimberi of the Farm Journal Eminently latlided with all three Got more than my moneys worth on any one pare of either publication F1 VANDCRIIUKOII Hereford Texai OUR OFFER The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city makingaaerateOnly from the princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal Street cars pass tho door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and clean i explain fj CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY laid method Ferret have A Few of tho More Important Secrets Uoyers new system fur Insuring fortuity of setting egg- swoods Ingenious method for saving the weak Incu bator chicks I K leastlosiSelecting the laying hens the central thought of the yatemTheandforSeveral new food formutallmany of them the sane as The 10centsttbmhel greenfeed ruleforTruslows Secret of obtaining high market prices fori poultry stock The smallflock ofaproduclngen1lrofessor leanhensAND MANY OTHERS NOT ENUMERATED IIERH It would be absurd to expect every bit of this Information to be unknown to everyone I we make no such claim jut to the great of poultrymen It will be absolutely new and of great value I dpartmI1Il romartblandillofon11 theatres expensive majority 1rarm1 All 3 for 100 f Ve Cannot sell Ioultrr 8 etbiitaelfonlr In this Combination SEND OR BRING YOUR ORDER TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW Cloverport Ky 1J O WATCH FOR OUR NEW STORY i o J 7+ mt 0 yf tiV jT 1- T Co r7 0 I 101 ii CZ30EZD I IOLDJI lcIoIj III 10JII CLOD If QOCDOI Ie I0Eii i J IfI i OUR OPENING n Thursday Friday Saturday aff n1 r O introduce to the public a line of goods superior in quality to anything ever shown in this or adjoining counties with prices unquestioned unequalledanywherewe offer a clean saleany and every arti 4 cle in Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Underwear Trunks Umbrellas Etc a 10 per cent dis 1 count for the whole three days specials for each dayI QJIlQJI I Specials For Thursday i Hoosier Cotton 5c Amoiskeag Gingham 6c All Standard Prints 4 c IOc and 12Jc Outings 8c Best Feather Ticking 13c Table Linon 60c for 45c Overalls per suit 175 Underwear per suit 85c Q Specials For Friday ii 175 Boys Suits 125 250 Boys Suits 175 n o 300 Boys Suits 225 U 1000 Hens Suits 750 1250 liens Suits 950 1500 Mens Suits 1150 n 1750 Mens Suits 1300 I taken for at o f- P and see our shoes for and for women and Hen j Q Ie pD CLOD V1 I JIIII I 101 JI II JOHN J DEAD I Eminent Man And Well Known Farmer Answers Deaths i Large Family To Mourn WAS BORN IN One of Kentuckys most highly respected and influential farmers died ati the old near Cloverport Ky on Sept 9th 1909 He was born in the home in which he died on March ls t He was married to Elizabeth Skillman of Breckenridge county January 18th 1860 by whom he iit survived together with five sons and two daughters all of whom are most highly respected citizensHe one of the eleven sons of Rob ert and Ann Hickman McGavock two of whom survive him Gordon Mc Gavock of New Franklin Mo and Francis of Columbia Tenn He is a member of the old and well known family of Virginia They settled in this state about 1806 and is a grand son of Thos Hick man who was one of the first settlers of Lexington Ky He lived a consistent of the M E church South and was loved and honored by all who knew him Dr Forrest Lightfoot DeWitts Little Early Risers the safe sure easy gentle little liver pills The original Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is DeWitts The name is on every box It is good for cuts burns bruises sores boils and sunburnbut it is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists Home From Pineville Mr and Mrs Geo Dently and son who have been guests of Mr and Mrs Geo H Reese for the past three weeks I Trunks 800 Trunks at 600 600 Trunks at L 425 500 Trunks at 350 250 Trunks at 150 Cases I I 650 Suit Case 5 450 400 Suit Case 275 200 Suit CaseN 139 1100 Suit Case 69c Hats 300 Swann Hats 2J0 250 Swann Hats 200 150 Swann Hats L15 Umbrellas 300 Umbrellas 225 250 Umbrellas 198 200 Umbrellas 149 This sale will be as cash Bros 1834 Col member plainly MR The Of ills Enjoys The Age Of Years Friends Are At the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs R A Smith of several frieds were entertained at the celebration of Mr Smiths birthday He was sixtyone years of age Satur day and an elaborate dinner was given that day in his honor The guests were Mrs Jennie Morgan Misses Esther Payne Lelia Hawkins Irene McCoy Pauline Moorman Bettie Allen Zelma Lay Corine Conn Lena Payne Cecil Dix Katie Belle Mc Kaughn Nannie Hall Hall Messrs Guy L Smith and John D Babbage Cry FOR AT Thursday evening Misses Martha and Isabelle Gardner gave a charm ing party at their home In Hardins burg The guests included the young society folks of the capital Miss Margaret and Evelyn two of the most attractive girls of entertained mpst de lightfully at their home Friday night Tuesday John Skillman was host to a jolly crowd of tennis players Water melon was served during the game and the guests were also entertained to supper at his home Those invited were Misses Gardner Misses Beard Misses Hendricks Misses Margaret Maxwell Ray Hey ser Hannah Beard Lillian Beard Nannie Kincheloe and Miss Hillsman Messrs Roy Moorman Arthur Beard Morris and Franklin Kincheloe Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard enter taind in honor of Miss Ray Heyser at their lovely country home Sunday 0 100 79c 75c 49c Specials Saturday o j For one during the we willsell 20 pounds of Standard for 100 and t 7 pounds 20c Dandy for 100not more 100 to a Best Bacon Strip 15c 0 Best Pure Lard at 14c n Three Soda 5c U Six Bars Soap 25c 7000 25c Three cans Salmon 25crpositively advertisedProduce in exchange merchandise va- lueIrvinglonSComeNEWSOM GARDNER Ky Famous WalkOver men Queen Stetson Hats Wilson Shirts Neckwear for IOCJI Ju0 QODI I IOCJIII QOOlI HICKMAN MCGAVOCK 1831I McGavock homestead McGavocK McGavock stamped IIawesvilleI SMITH Celebrates Anniversary Birthday Entertained Stephensport Brook Children FLETC- HERSCASTORIA SOCIAL STUNTS COUNTY CAPITAL Beard young Hardinsburg afternoon Umbrellas Umbrellas For hour day Granulated Sugar Coffee than worthof each customer Hammon pounds Hatches Quality 0II CallLeaves Suit SixtyOne Cloverport Boy Leaves Versailles Mr Vivian Pierce chief clerk of the Passenger Department of the L Ss A R R has resigned and leaves today for New Mexico where he will engage in the same work Mr Pierce has been very popular with the railroad folks In the Methodist church work he has been an active member and the Y M C A will lose ore of its most enthusiastic workers in the athletic department lfacially he is n great favorite and many regrets are felt that he is going so faraway Woodford Sun Mr Patterson Home J D Patterson is home from the east He spent a greater part of his time at Butler and Niagara City Penn Mr Patterson looks well and seems glad to be home He will leave soon for Indiana Air Basham Dead Barkstell Peyton Basham died peacefully at his home near Clifton Mills Sept 9tn at 0 p m after an illness of live weeks of typhoid fever The deceased was fortythree years and four months old Htj leaves a widow seven children and one brother to mourn his loss andaber and a constant attendant of the Baptist church for sixteen years Rev J J Willett conducted the funeralservices at theWalnut Grove church His remains were enterred at the Walnut Grove cemetery The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire community Farewell father you have left us For a fairer world above Where there is no pain no sickness 4 Only peace sweet peace and love C H WIv J P Whittinghill Auditors AgentIt Mr J P Whittinghill has been ap pointed auditors agent for Davless county He will look after delinquent taxyayers for the state Owensbor Enquirer t i NOTICE TAXPAYERSft As my term of office expires January 1st 1980 and I have a considerable amount of taxes out that are long past due which I am going to collect before Nov 1st 1909 After that date your property will be advertised which will add more cost to you Why force me to do this You can pay same by meeting me or one of my deputies at the following named places and date or by coming to my office So be pre pared to meet me and settle as this will probably be my last time around before the penalty is added Will be at Irvington Monday Sept 20th Sample Monday 27th Ammons SatMorning Oct 2nd Webster Tuesday 21stUnion Star Tuesdy 28th Rosetta Wednesday i Bewleyville 6th Lodiburg Wednsdy 22ndI Wednesdy 29th I Thursday 7t- tep h dFrymueS hens port Thurs Holt 8thFridayCloverport Saturday 25th Chenault Friday Oct 1st Cloverport Saturday 9th l Remember the Place and Date I am Very Truly MILT MILLER J J s rf+ V t i b = 6 d Sib ire y1s a3 + Fy n r 1irsrJ t w f