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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l- i I J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSiii t PRINTtVOL XXXIV CLOVERPoRT KENTUCs r I 1 SEPTEMBER 22 IIutQ 8 Pages NO 11 LONG SUFFERING i ENDED SWEETLY I Mrs Louis Adams Dies In Louis I t tville Last TuesdayLeaves Husband And Four Small Children FUNERAL HELD HERE The funeral of Mrs Louis Adams KS held In this city Thursday after rlunby Rev Currie She died in X iuisville Tuesday ht 330 oclock Mrs Adams had been in dreadful health for several years The deceased was the daughter of Mr and Ms David Wilson She was born jn 1877 and married in 1855 Her maiden name was Nannie Elizabeth Adams Besides her husband four i small children Clarence Evelyn Mary and Louis Jr are left t Mrs Adams lived for the happiness of her family and died with a heart full l of love for them She was wellknown here having lived in this city and was a member of the Methodist church She is also survived by her parents one brother W R Wilson and two sisters Mrs Truman Adams and Mrs Tillman Pauley who attended the funeral BRODIE Wants Information Subscribes For The News to Learn Whats Doing J C Brodie Republican candidate for Circuit Court Clerk was In the News office last weec to subscribe for the paper Mr Brodie said he wanted the News to learn about the Democrats i Hambleton itForMissand Charlie Hamble ton entertained at the Fisher homestead ie Wednesday evening in honor of their sister Miss Jane Hambleton ENGINEER DeHAVEN BADLY INJURED In Wreck Monday Morning on Henderson Route Near Reed Fireman Cain Hurt Car Load of Hogs Killed r NEW ENGINE TORN TO PIECES a Ahout five miles west of Reed freight No 166 of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis was wrecked Monday morning about 7 oclock Engineer Wickliffe DeHaven was scalded dreadfully on his back and llmbe His escape from death was mi raculous Engineer DeHaven is at his home on the hill This is the first hI wreck he has been in for fifteen years lJs one of the most capable men on- t Inroad Fireman James Cain was also injured and was taken to the hospital in Ow lensboroThe of the accident is unknown The freight was a doubleheader and DeHavens engine was second It was thrown upside down from the track and ton cars were derailed t Winns at Irvington 4 L Winn has opened a new butcher t hop at Irvington Cloverport can Sighly recommend him to that place for he is most accommodating and knows his business i president Taft Being + Royally Rectived jk president Tafts speechmaking itn- jlarywil1t be continued this week tak i flug him through Iowa Nebraska Col orado and Utah Thus far the Presi- dent= has been royally received and he appears to be enjoying the trip The various topics on which he decided to i s peak are being taken up systematically ft J At lilies Run I f rii Baptist Sunday School will close I tort winter months Sunday A pro ignftit of unusual interest has been tJblpd for the day Mrs John Blythe iU lijjj the farewell address ryl GROWERS ARE I GIVEN NOTICE I Three Associations Joijky44lltate mentPooling PleogfiSv vi4I to Close liThe Hartford Herald saystiThe tobacco situation as to the prospect for pooling with a view to jolut and favor able selling continues good There is no dissatisfaction of any kind and the three associations are acting in a spirit of friendly rivalry in the matter of securing pooling pledges and after the pledging is closed they will act in complete corporation in the matter of fix ing prices anti soiling the tobacco This will be a stop in advance of anything done in thiv Patantt will prove grati fying to all who rejoice In law and or der and system and the good name that the Green river section of the State has deservedly borne heretofore- As a matter of notification to the growers and also to further the presort cordial relations that exist among the associations the following statement is made by officials of the three adsocla tions liThe work of canvassing will be con tinued by all associations until Satur day September 25 From September 2s to the 30 of September pledges will be found in each county for the convenience of those whom the canvassers have not seen and for those who have not signed Due notice will be given where pledges can be found On September 30 the pledges of all associations will positively close and no one will be per mitted to sign after that date While each association is out to pledge all the tobacco possible each association will pnsh its own pledge But when it cozies to the selling and delivering of the to bacco all associations will cooperate We wish to drop a word right here to those who are undecided about pool ing The three associations are co operating We earnestly urge every grower to pool but the grower who does not sign by September 30 may have cause to regret it Be wise take a hint pool your tobacco and run no risk of getting left Home Warehouse Co by Price Baird A S of E by Dudley Ford Green River Tobacco Growers Asso ciation by Henry S Berry DEATH ANGEL AT HARDINSBURG Mrs Jos W Teaff Dies After Illness of Six MonthsKnown For Kind Deeds INTERMENT AT ST ROMUALDS On the mdruing of September 13th Hardinsjurg llost in the death of Mrs Joseph WTeaffa noble and well beloved woman one whose friends was equal to her number of acquaintances one who loved honesty and right and eschewed evil IIn all its forms Mrs Teaff had patiently borne her sufferings for six months during which time all was done for her that willing loving hands could find to do Her going to a celebrated health resort in another State where expert physicians were in care of her was without avail the Death Angel had singled her for a fairer world and she resignedly sub mitted tolithe will of Him who doeth all things well with smiles bidding farewell to her loved ones The deceased lived a life of useful ness being for thirty years identified wjthjhe business interests of Hardins burg She was twice married her first husband being Con Haffey a man who is remembered for his sterling worth Seventeen years ago she became the wife of Joseph W Teaff who lives to mourn his great loss She was the last member of her immediate family Be fore marriage she was a Miss McGary Her nieces Esther and Fannie McGary are her nearest living relatives She was noted for her gentleness and kind deeds especially to the unfortu nate In religion Catholic devout a lover of her church and a substantial supporter of the causein every dense a Christian woman whose deeds testify more than any mere profession could do The interment was in St Romualds cemetery near the two churches the old and the new where she Jhas so often worshipped If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour U U i Seemingly the most onesided game that was ever seriously played in Breck inridge county politics is in the local campaign for the November election The Democratic party has captains and the men Notwithstanding vic tory looks certain for them the candi dates are the most enthusiastic ever in the ring in the Peunyrile- C Vic Robertson candidate for County Court fr erk heads the ticket For County Judge Matthias Miller is in the race Lee Walls is the candidate for Circuit Court Clerk V G Babbage AT MACAULEYS Paid In Full Played This Week The Story Is Running In The Breckenridge News At Macauleys Theatre all this week beginning Monday night Sept 20 and with Wednesday and Saturday mati nees Eugene Walters famous comedy drama Paid In Full will delight all who see it Because of the tremendous popularity of this play the engagement was lengthened a week instead of three nights and this notwithstanding the fact that it was in Louisville last seasonAll world knows Paid In Full It is the most celebrated play of the present generation and it ran two entire years in New York City without break It will be acted at Macauleys by the cast that comes direct from the Astor Theatre in New York It is the great est cast that has ever appeared in this great success is working for the office of County At torneyWhen Joe W Trents name was placed oh the ticket as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools not only Democratic teachers but those de voted to theIILog Cabin threw up their hands In hurrah H G Vessels for Sheriff William Gilbert for Jailer Peyton Claycombf for Assessor and Lee Bishop for Coroner are making a vigorous fight like the others They are men of hign standing well thought MRS MOREDOCK Weds Southern MerchantWed ding Took Place At Daughters Home In Louisville Mrs Emma Moredock and Mr John B Anderson were united in marriage Tuesday evening of last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Richardson in Louisville The ceremony was said by Dr Alford Mrs PorterII city as it is the home of her girlhood She Is the daughter of Mrs Francis i Sawyer and is a lovely woman Her Louisville friends remembered her beautifully with wedding gifts Mr Anderson is a successful merch ant of Whitesboro Texas A Drive to Chicago Mr Neilsen and guest Mr Mars will drive from Tar Springs to Chicago next week IIVIC R 1IN1 i f ICVio Robertson was in this city a short while Wed nesday and a little while Thursday At least the time wseemed brief to his many friends Ho came not only ns lcandidate but as a friend to the voters and the people of 1I- W Cloverport They were pleased with his visit and want ll him to be the next County Clerk in Brecldllrid eII CerttIn speaking of his race Mr Robertson said tainly I will win with all the Democrats and most of the f best for me Every word was wrapped J linf lThwhen one heard him talk made a feller want to go right lto the polls to vote for him Without the NEWS to help t me I would be as bad off as a joclcoy in a race without a horse I couldnt run at all said Mr Robertson 1 Mr Robertsons appreciation of votes and kindness and work for him is his winning card Hanover failsto lsay thank you 1 l 1 10- rJ f of by every man woman and child in old Breckinridge Owing to the ticket of splendid men- the Democratic party has for it this year the independent newspaper of the county The Breckenridge News Joh D Babbage has been making his pen and press go in full power for thei roosterAnd the votersl They have neve been better pleased even the Republi cans are shaking hands with C Vi Robertson and giving their word t elect him CLOVERPORT WINS DOUBLE HEADER Took a Game From Sample and One From Balltown at The West End Lot BLAINE AND HEMPHILL TWIRL Cloverport took both games of a double header at the local ball field Sun day afternoon The first game was played with Sample and was a good game of ball Malcolm OBrien played a fine game at short for Sample and Hemphill who pitched for the locals in the initial contest won his own game Some of the fans are of the opinion that Hemphill is aIIbad ball player but iif some of the rooters were on the dia mond they would play or try to play the same kind of a game that Hemphill does The second contest was playedwith Balltown and was an easy victory for the home team Except for the play ing of Balltowns first baseman the game was so slow as to be entirely featureless Blaine was touched up pretty lively but was effective with meq on bases Mrs Brickey Dead Mrs James Brickey of Vanzant died at her home Sept 10 and was buried in the Brickey grave yard She leaves a husband and two little girls- Directories The Breckenridge County Directory which was compiled by Roy Moorman has been published J j One or two of the Merchants are set ting a goad example by cleaning up their pavements on Main street A repre sentative of the News heard it said by a citizen last week that he was ashamed of Main street in Cloverport it was so filthy with paper trash and tobacco juice This is true for there are s v1 era places that are hardly passable It is sincerely hoped that all meicKants r r U d l PEACE IN TO BACCO FIELD Agreement Made By President Cantrill With Burley So ciety Ratified Louisville Ky Sept 171000The Kentucky State Union A Sof E met pursuant to n previous call by President Cantrill Theiollowing members wero present President Cuntrill Tbomas T Barrett of Henderson Ben Watson of Dixon J H McConnell of Princeton and G W McMlllen of Butler Ky George C Davis was absent President Cantrill called tho meeting to order after which Mr McCouuell moved that we rerutify the action of Mr Cantrill in accepting certain propositions as offered by the Burley Tobacco Society at Win chester Ky August 10 and which had been formally ratified by the State Board of A S of E in session September 11 THE RESOLUTIONS AS ADOPTED The Board of Directors of the Amer scan Society of Equity Department of Tobacco Growers in special session in Louisville Ky September 17 1909 adopted the following resolutions with out a dissenting vote Resolved First that we indorse the action of the Board of Directors of tbe Kentucky State Union American So ciety of Equity in ratifying the agreement made between State President Cantrill and the Burley Tobacco Society Second That we urge all members of the American Society of Equity who are growers to lend all possible assist ance to the Burley Tobacco Society in making the pool successful by signing poolnThird We believe that there should be but one burley pool and all unite in fighting for a common cause With yourwillsucceed equally as well in the fu Retaeuic haveoonly thirteen days left and what you do must be done at once SignedleE L Davenport President of the American Society of Equity department of tobacco growers liB E Blake Secretary IIII E Rout Brooksville Ky 11M 0 Hughes Bowling Green IIJ F Doss Greenville Ky IIJ W Swallow Lake Ind lOW E Bibb Sacremento Ky lOA A Clark Georgetown O- ecH F Ray Nice Kindergartens Miss Annie Raitt was well pleased with the attendance of her kinder ar ten this term Miss Eliza May also has a charming set of little tots enrolled at her school The Owensboro luquirer Sold W Q Adams owner of the Owens boro Inquirer has sold his paper to Hon S W Hager former State Aud itor for the handsome price of 30000 Mr Hager wjll make the paper Demo cratic in politics This leaves Owens boro without a Republican organ Mr Hager has resided in Louisville for some time but will move his family to Ow ensboro in a short tim- eMethodist Church There is only one more Sunday now until our Annual Conference and I shall be glad to meet every member of our church when a statement of our years work will be madeVery truly B M Currie Pastor Miss Alice In this issue of the News Miss Alice B Hickey has her fall Millinery an nouncement She will be pleased to receive your order directly from you or through Miss Addle Ditto EXAMPLE SHOULD BE FOLLOWED BY ALL ON FRONT STREET I keepingThe home sections of Cloverport are nicely kept and why cannot the bust ness part be equally so The News re lunctly calls attention to this neglect but does it through Ilcity pride1 The new lights ate beauties and the town looks like another place by gas light I N ti 4 V y tr1 1L thJ 7tniljIIif iIfIIMn Ul Io oj oIOI I It j U rH T 1 i dT 1rs In t Our Subscription List is Increasing at The Rate offf j i i p KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS sjIt i- 8New Discovery PRICEi 1100ti x + AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES t GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED i1- r DR H Jo BOONE I f Ii f Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m K ti r I Clovcrport Ky t1DR W M CASPER DENTISTJ I IAtClovorport ovory Wednesday nndThurs day lit Dr Llebttoots Office i II THE SANATORIUM jIt tThehandsomest and most beauti is that offul sanatorium in Louisville Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street it The Sanatorium is equipped with = all the modern conveniences and isIt tat now opened for patients Dr Hush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recom j mended by all of Louisvilles doctors i 1 Anyone contemplating an osteopathic rIr treatment should either write or call rodFF r to see Mrs Bush fi ttII strStltSeis7eitSaitltkkitlek7eSaitlt7tSek1t7 tiakrJ- y sc t 1 I 4 x1 IxI I p xtlI 1 x AJnumborof Farms difai Ii i xJI ferent Sizes and Prices xx AI The Bank I of Hardinsburg ic 1 t o t s s CI Ct I p ryrrlrrr cP STYLISH COMfORTABLE 1Tailorl Made Clothes 1 the latest patterns for Suits Tiou ers in highgrade fab I IAllClothes made by modern Fit guaranteed Mod price Expert tailors em ploy J J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan elto- nlndINSURANCE i Capt J tIe Rowland District Manger Columbia Life lusur nnco Co writs all kind or life insurance policies Accident Mid sick U neflts tnd1 Special Mortgage Proctcfon Plan Pal icy Set him at once H DeH flOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1AR01NSBURO KY Will pratlcu lb profession m all of the Courts of llrerloinridgo and adjoining count cr Speelii iituntion given to collections road cases and friminal practice License to practice Intin ed States Is U Courts illicoover Bank of Hardlnsburg Anyono onlIoa n sketch and whetherqucldy n IW srortaiqour onnfrreeCommunlc- nliontetrlctlyconadonllaI HANDBOOK on Patent pntolltl1lItentlltpeetat noUer without elmrgo In tho StittUifitd Jlm eariAh- nndeomo1yt1Intratnd e weekly Lnrgeet clr culatlon ot anysclontWe jourDnl1 lerme f3 a i year I tour montbl f1 60111 b1 all nodelllere MUNN Co30toroadwa New York Draneb 011200 025 F atWaehlnllton D Co at I Electric 1f BittersSucceed wucn everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy IlS thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER ANDI I STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold i9 over a druggists counter I i1 1F = i iiSUBSi CRIBE NOW r IRVINGTONI BOYS DEFEAT WEBSTER I Mrs Fladge VVathen Dies Of Heart TroubleDr Aloremen Building A HomeNum ber Of Visitors To State Fair CHARLIE CIIAPIN IS BETTER Mrs G L Woolfolk of Chester Pa find sister Mrs James Malin of Owensboro after a visit to Mrs JM Herndon left for their homes Sat urday Mrs Brown and Miss Mary have gone to Louisville Mrs Mary W Munford who has been visiting Mrs Evan Pusey and Mrs Glovie Wathen in Chicago for the past year will return home the latter part of this month Mr and Mrs R M Jolly have taken an apartment in the brick over the barber shop Miss Lydia McGehee goes to Louis ville Wednesday to take a position with Miss Dillon on Fourth Ave Mrs James Bonduraut and children were visitors of Mrs Henry Cowley SundayAn game of base ball was played here on Saturday after noon between the Irvington team and the Webster team resulting with a score of 6 to 18 in favor of our boys This is our boys first game of the sea son and they came off with the honors of the day- Robert Lyons will not return to his school duties at the State College at Lexington this year on account of ill health but will go back as soon as he feels better Mrs Mary Wathen and children of Ovvensboro came Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs Pladge Wathen and while here were the guests of Mrs S P Parks Mrs Nellie Marshall and Mrs Fred Brite will leave Thursday for Louis ville for a visit to Misses May and Blanche Claycomb Charlie Chamberlain expects to leave this week for Cleveland Ohio where he will visit his son for ten daysJonas Lyons lost a fine mule last Saturday while they were grading near Ekron He also had one badly hurt but thinks it will get well Roy Bland after being the guest of Mr and Mrs Milton Lockard has returned to Carlisle Ind The Rev Messer of Louisville tilled the pulpit at the Baptist church I last Sunday by special request of the pastor Rev T W Gayer Rev Messer made two splendid addresses Mr and Mrs George Constance have returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs D C Heron at their country hone 4Mt Pisgah MissMabel McGlothlan will return home today after a months visit to Miss Essie Biggs in Louisville Work has commenced on the resi dence of Dr L B Moremen at the corner of Walnut and Main streets- A B Suter left Saturday for Lou isville and Indianapolis on a business tripMiss Evelyn Herndon left yesterday for Louisville where she will visit Miss MayTydlngs Mack Avitt of Gulfport Miss arrived Sunday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs T H McGehee Mrs W G Brite who has been spending a few days with Mrand Mrs bred Brite has returned to Lew isportJamesOwen Cunningham will leave in a few days for Beeclimont to re sume his studies Mr C Bridwell of Springfield III is spending the week end with Mrs Sam Payne Mrs Fladge Wathen one of the bestknown women of Springfield died of heart trouble suddenly Friday evening at the home of her son Mr Richard Wathen She formerly livedl in this part of the country in her younger days The funeral took place from the Ml Merino church Saturday morning at 11 oclock andI the burial was in the church ceme teryMr Charlie Chapin who has been laid up at his home on account ofE injuries received while at work on the new road two weeks ago Is able to be out and will go back to work in few days Miss Etta English of Stqphensport was the guest of Mrs H B Head this week Miss English was a visitor at the Ladies Aid of the Baptist t AgoniesOf Never give up and think that all women yourself Included have to suffer pain- Thousands of women have writ ten to tell how they have cured their womanly ills and relieved their pains and over a million have been benefited In various other forms of female disease dur- Ing the past 50 years by that popular and successful female remedy WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEf I believe I would now have been dead writes Airs Minnie Lambe of Lebanon Junction Ky if it hadnt been for Cardul I bad suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awful bearlag down pains Now these pains have ail gone as a result of using CarduL At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREB ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladlcs Advisory Dept COolChattnnooga church Monday afternoon and the Y W A on Tuesday afternoon Mr T N McGlothlan left yester day for Louisville for a two days business trip Mrs L H Jolly is getting up her music class for the fall term All those who are Interested in having I their children taught music couldnt find a more competent and pleasing teacherThe Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church held a most de lightful meeting with Mrs Lee Stith on last Friday afternoon Mrs S P Parks was the leader for the afternoon and the mission study was China Night On Bald mountain On a lone night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y limbed Bald Mountain to tile home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings Now Discovery that had curedI himself of Asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved a d quickly curedII his neighbor Later it cured his sonsI wife of a severe lung trouble Millions I believe its the greatest Throat and LungI cure on earth Coughs Colds CroupII Hetntnorrhnges and Sore Lungs aresur ly cured by it Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough 50c andII 5100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co HARNED Rev B W Hardin filled his regu lar appointment at Ephesus Sunday morning and Sunday night Mr Andrew Driskell of Hardins burg visited our school Thursday and gave an Interesting talk Mr and Mrs Allle Weathrford of Sunnydale were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs A Weather ford last week Miss Nannie Beauchamp gave a social last Friday night in honor of her visitor Miss Madaline Frost Miss Golda Pile of Constantine and Miss Esther Meador of Custer were guests of Miss May Pile last week Miss Lula Vessels of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jas PayneMiss Virginia Payne left Tuesday for Basin Springs to be the guest of her sister Mrs Sam Carden Proctor Keith of Cloverport was here last week erecting two handsome monuments one for Mrs GW Payne and Mrs Ella Davis Wilbur Pile made a flying trip to Sunnydale Thursday Mr and Mrs Henry Davis spent Sundap with Mr and Mrs Tom Gre gory near Garfield If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour The little son of Mr and Mrs John Tucker of Germantown is very low with typhoid fever Born to the wife of Milt Davis Aug 20 a fine girl LSam Payne left Monday for his home In McKinney Texas A Weathorford made a business trip to Hardinsburg Thursday Mrs Lee Payne and children who have been visiting Mrs John Payne returned to her home in New Monday AlbanyII Miss Asa Duggins who has been sick is able to be out again Miss Mildred Frost of Louisville is visiting Miss Nannie Beauchamp Miss Halite Bcatty has purchased a beautiful Piano Reauson Dowell who has been in Oklahomafor the past three weeks returned home Tuesday and was well pleased with the country M S Crumes left Monday for Lou isville tj purchase his fall stock of goodsMr and Mrs Arch Weatherfprd spent Sunday at Garfield Rev Truman of Fordsville was in town last week calling on friends Notice Democrats The Democrat committee will meet at Hardinsburg Sept 25th 1000 for the purpose of nominating Democrat candidates for the offices of Repre sentative and Surveyor Every com mittecman in the county should attend this meeting and advise as to the respective candidates for the f said offices There must be a quorum of the committee present to make the said nominations and any com I mitt emell who can not come should send his proxy by another committee man f RespectfullyT Chair Impure blood runs you downmakes- you an easy victim for organic diseases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the causebuilds you up PayneBasham Wedding Harned Ky Sept 1JSpecial A beautiful wedding was that of Miss Ihelle Payne to Mr Owen Basham of Kingswood which took place at the brides home at 730 oclock Sat irday evening The wedding cere mony was performed by Rev JY ugglns in the presence of only a few friends Miss Payne is the only laughter of Mr and Mrs John Payne and is a beautiful young woman Mr Sashain is the son of Mr and Mrs Ligh Basham of Kingswood and is a prosperous young farmer Mr and Sirs Basham left Sunday for Kings f wood where they will reside Seed Corn Prof A G McOall of the Ohio f Agricultural College in American f Agriculturist last week upon the question of seed corn selection said that leveral years experence in selecting seed corn from the stalk has given him onclusive evidence of the superiority ff- off his method over the common practice f of selecting front the crib or from the f shock at husking time The splendid ap jearanceof the ears from the crib or the hock may be due entirely to the favo f able condition under which they grew They may have been grown on a plant vhere there was but one stalk in a hill or where there were many missiug talks in the drill row In such case hey were favored wjth nil the plant food allof the moisture and all of the sunshine that should have gone to two or hree stalks He selects from the stalk just before cutting time by passing trough the field and spotting the desir ible ears with paint by which they easily deutified at husking time From seed corn selected in this manner he obtained from threo to five bushels more per acre the result of comparisons made in 1006 tad 1007 on tenth acre plots He always selects the seed corn from those stalks whose ears grow closet to the ground md In this manner in four years reduced the height of the ear on tbe stalk from 43 inches to 33 inches By selecting corn rom ears growing highest on the stalk in same period of time the heighth I increased from 56 inches to 72 inches Seed corn he adds should be stored in a dry well ventilated room and never permitted to freeze do With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New Lite Pillsis astounding Severs Drug Co say they never saw tile like Its because they never fail to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache hills and Malaria Only 25c Sounds Good To Clarence Dear Sir and FriendYou will find enclosed my check for ono dollar for which you will move me up to 1010 Your editorial on coming home in last issue sounds good to me Your friend- C E Keith lizabethtown Ky Sept 16 1009 CHtldren Cry FOR FLETCHERSII II Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to August 1 1909 147 145 I 143 141 STATIONS 146 142 144 148 Dolly I Dally Dally OallyDaily Dally Dally Dally I 0 40pI I I I I I P M IA M A f5 08 Strawberry f12 J8 t5 24 Ig Og Aledora f6 52f2fl 08 f5 29 fO 14 Stites 16 02 fS 32 Kntltrynf12 08 0 41 5 36 0 21 West Point 6 3g 12 05 0 56 f5 38 10 23 Howardf1203 fO 64 AM f546 fO 30 Bnrtles fll 53 f6 46 8154 Rock Haven fll 48 f6 41 J5 C8 fO 40 Long Branch Ill 40 f6f 33 f 0 07 9 40 Brandenburg 1132 J 25 616 fg 56 Ekron HI 23 0 16 0 21 flO 03 Ouston fll 15 003- 5S11023 SaohoiBa Irvington 11 lCi 551f- r fO 45 flO 19 Webster no 575 42 f6s3 flO 27 Lodlburg flO 48 ff5 34 tf7 00 Mystic 110 41 tf7 04 fiO 37 Sample flO 37 fs 22 7 12 10 44 Stephensport 10 26 5 14rf7 16 flO 48 Addison tlO 21 f5 10 1 fY 18 flO 50 Holt flO J85 08 i 1t1 6atnll 06 7 28 11 00 Cloverport 5 07 iO 07 4 57 8 I t f6 12 17 40 Skillman 10 53 f8I0 21 11 25 7 48 11 M Hawesville 4 48 9 44 4 367itf6 27 fl 55 Petrie i fU 38 fl 39 n fO 32 fa 00 Adalrf9 33 f7 54 111l 6 40 8 08 ill 57 Lewisport q 25 f4 17 7 20 J f6 45 f8 14 Walt man fO 19 fl IOi6 53 8 2aJll 40 Macao U 11 f4 04 711 J 703 f8 31 Pates fg 02 fl 00 7 13 12 15 8 4212 10 Owensboro 4 00 8 52 8 45 650t-1 M f7 27 f8 55 Mattingly f8 38 f03l t- f7 31 f8 59 Griffith f8 34 f6 as t 7 35 fO 02 f2 27 Stanlyf831 f528 630 F7 40 fg 08 Newman f8 26 f6 25 716 fO 14 Reed f8 20 f6 19 Cl53 fO 20 Beals f8 15 f6 15f 155 ga2 Spottsville 8 13 f3 llk 6 L3 8 08 f9 27 Baskett 8 08 f3 07 6 08 825 110042 105 Henderson 3 10 7 55 2 55 5 fi5 P I M 1 35 10 15 1 30 Evansville 2 45 7 24 2 30n7 40 7 50 ST LOUIS 0 00 8 84- P M AMIIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and Stt Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of CloverportII No 144 will stop at stations eastof Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line 5 3 2 4 I DallySTATIONS 1 Dally Dally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sunday 6 4li p m ji 10 a m Lv Irvington Ar 10 00 a m 6 50 pm- O fit fll 18 Basin Spring fOliO f 5 39 704 11 30 Garfield 035 G 24 75 fll 41 Hnrnedn f924 f513 7 17 11 43 Junction 9 20 5 tO to 7 20 11 46 Hardinsburg 9 15 5 U5 yyW 720 11 58 Junction 008 5 00sis7 33 fll 59 a mKirk f 9 00 4 52 7 38 f2 04 p m AlcQuady f 8 44 4 40Y7 59 12 25 Glendeano eo 8 34 4 36 EI 8 Oil 12 89- fl232 Dempster 8 20 f 1 iii 815 t Falls of Rough 815 0- 0f832 Rockvalo f 7 lH f 4 27- C 8 37 f12 37 00Vanzant f 7 50 f4 23 201f11- f 8 18 12 48 Mitchell f 7 30 f 4 10 851 Fordsville 734- f 29 t 1 32 Dundee f IJ 56 f 336- f U 44 f 1 37 Sunnydale f 6 41 f 3 21 J 58 f 1 51 Combs 0f 0 27 f 3 07 10 25 p m 2 18 p m HARTFORD 600 a m 240 p rn Real Estate DepartmentNEi Do youwantlto buy a farm or businees a If you do Yij may find lust what you need in this department 3f are intere ed in any of the following proprieties write us at onceNoant tame and address If none of these places suit you write usat OmolI opine us what you want and where you want it and i E- us introduce you to the man who has the very property ycscni ire looking for llm We recommend the following properties as being productivac md fair in pricei1 wro Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If yon 1l want cash for your property send price and descriptiont e md lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller to etbortt This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales G7 ACRE FARM 5 room cottage hall and porch In good repair good Tstall stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat house and hen houso and a variety of apples peaches and grapes a good well and never fallln IIprlng for stock water 200 yards oast of UnrdlnsburK easy distance to tbe Illgh School building when erected 47 OHO For 100 acres four miles west of p tjuv aiondoane 3 miles from brunch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion j 50 acres In grass will produco the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood lasting water well at door of dwellRlonty dwelling z rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price 200016 cash Sales 6000 A Year- A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE CJoverport Ky Co 950 352 acres on Hardlnsburg and 30t Falls of Sinking road 2 miles onostorydwellingsblacksmith sbop nil necessary outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres In timber whlto oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good andI1 t 4 t 1 rrtM t1 Jno D Babbage FOR SALE Storo house and dwelling com StreetsOloverportwholelengthexchange for a dwelling house tocioverport 1 Two room cottago on Murray AvenueWell located Rents for 5 per month I Iii1 R11 7501M acres on Hardinsburg and ot Sinking road 2 miles rtaIttimbertimberDoech I JlarMtobacco and fruit Ilonty good water round Terms ono third cash balance In = easy payments FOR SALEA farm contalplttR250acresanQ f Ftt t under fence A nice cottage et live151 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with t 1 Tfoneeachtreesnicevinyard fV1 jbalancej FOR SALEA splondld stand for a druggist 1 I tbyI JusttheaAn w Is IiularsI I port ICy s n- s YJ P 1 a t JI One Hundred Subscribers a Week Paid In Advance on r f r C i Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the CItlzenSII r National H t lifel- i Mri nsurancerf zini Company t Believing that they WANT such a company believing t that they will SUPPORT sucha company by subscribing for j its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the f amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting f subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week First week August 2 tl 10696000 Total Second week August 9 a fir2Q0240QOw Total Third week August 16 = 34500000Y total Fourth week August 23 tZVe 46946000sisti t Total Fifth week August 30E 60170000111II Total Sixth week September 6 n 73822000Total Seventh week September 13 v No Ah 83466000i arid morn scEIGHTH WEEK OVER CtsLn1 ti 1mbSracu 10000003 1 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON 0sQ W H GREGORY KyOlei artoru Please send me full information as io the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY v ue NAME I I ADDRESS end des ri e end Ic ech jIor 4 by 5oneoar mln r urdEducational Notes nswb LostS dceEditedby cd rr County Superintendent Joel II Pile ran b ut1st OJII Ilardlnsburg Ky t Itep tTboCensus of Districts Unare A aaause of bayingi no record of the r males and females in theircensus re- ports That all may have these figures midbe able to make out thalr reports tx correctly I here give the census of the districts Teachers will please preserve and henceforth send completely filled reports District Males Females Cloverport 211 220 Hardinshurg r20 l41 Hardinsburg colored tli U3 Hendrick 31 35 Oakland 28 20 Kirk 50 48 Weatherfords 23 11 Robards Colored 011 12 HarriedS 60 52 Freedom 51 24 Nortons 80 31 Belts 23 28 Shellnians 18 50 if New Bethel 40 IH Robbins 16I 15 Tauls 19 14 Hazel Dell- Hickory 27 20 Lick 2q 21 Pisgah 2Z 28 Hardins 20 33 Kites Hun- Cloverport 34 22 colored ZOX50Persimmon Flat 23 26 Holt 45 3D Tuckers 23 15 Floods 22 19 McGavocks 20 z6 Tarfork 30 27 Sample 27 25 Irvington 60 58 Irvington colored 52 40 n =55 Webster colored i2 10 Webster 57 34 Raymond 33 23 Frymire 28 25 Vessels 25 30 Mooieyville 25 23 Clifton Mills 24 34 Walnut Grove 20 19 Argabright 18 18 Jarfctts 16 10 Poplar Grove 16 12 Union Star 29 33 Lookout 15 14 Shiloh 25 15 English 32 33 Pleasant Valley 15 15 Chenault 32 30 Custer 60 10 28ForestGermatown 37 45 Amnions 27 20 Capps 35 27 High Plains 25 10 Burns colored 15 2i Dranes 29 33 Rosetta 34 34 Spires 18 24 Bewleyville 40 20 Bewleyville col 20 20 McGehees 24 19 Bethel 20 23 Gross 27 26 Gross colored 16 10 Perrins 26 30 Garfield 40 47 Mt Nebo 29 27 The rest will be given next week 000 The State University at Lexington opened the gth with 25 enrolled Of its 41 openings this is the greatest first day matriculation the institution has ever had 000T- here1s not a male white teacher in the Fayette County Public Schools The attendance at their recent institute was nil females 000 The Ohio County Teachers Institute is in session this weeK 000 The Associations The first association will be held at Stepheneport Saturday September 25 The program will be published next weekThe second one will be at McDaniels Saturday October 2 and the third at Hardinsburg on pay day Saturday October 9 The programs will be pre paredand published in ample time 000 Teachers or Breckcnrldge County John Bruner Custer C L Bruington Percy Macy Harned Pearl Mays Cus ter Ora Iendrick Cloverport A B Cart Union Star Clara Macy Minnie Beauchamp George Macy Gotfleld Mrs Cora Sipple Irvington Roscoe Laslie Kingswood Albert Tncker Hudson Rosa Lou Ditto Holt Hannah Pile Mook Mary Jo Mattingly Axtel Prof Warner Kingswood Albert Os borne Buras Katherine Hinton Clover port Cora Matthews hook Louis Bennett Cuater Herbert Rebarker Raleigh Meador Vanzant Logan Hickersou Margaret Beard Willie Chambliss J Hale Edwards Hardinsburg Sylva Mattingly Rockvale Grover Hayden Chenault Henry Jolly Hardinsburg Wm Baker CusterMaria Davis Wm Davis McQuady Sadio T Hall Van zant Mrs Mayme Pate Lettico Baker Mattingly Nora Harrison Carra Har rison fodiburg Lois Baker Madrid Zetta Simmons Tarfork Rufus McCoy Hallie Severs Clyde Severs Union Star Jesse Walls Stephensport David Walls Custer D B Allen McDaniels Horace McCoy Webster Moorman Ditto ample Eunice Jennings Clover port Phillip Noell Irvington R F D Alta St Clair Webster Maude Smith i Hari Eugene Newton Tarfork T C Allen SeRee Amos Woods Garfield Nell Moorman Glendeane Clifton Howard McDaniels Beulah Rowland Addle Eskridge Nell Cashman Hardiusburg Mary Brown Hardiusburg R F D Myrtle Milner Mook Dora Gilbert Stophensport Ida Kennedy Hallie Beatty Harned Coleman Payne 113urns Maliesa Mattingly Mattingly Nellie Sherron Tarfork Nora Driskell Me Daniels Carrie Hayes Westview Wil lie Mitchell Irvington R F D No2 May Watliugton Locust Hill Bessie Mitchell Julia Wroe Cloverport Josie Butler Belle Jarboe Axlel Lillie Jar boe R M Basham RofT Guthrie Tucker Mook Marshall Norton liar dinsburg IL F D Essa Matthews Eva Pumphrey W slviov G C Gar ner Rosetta M A Vessels Henry Barr Rhodelia Mrs E C Footo Irvington R F D Runa B Board Guster Cole man Carman Locust Hill Arthur Ater Davis Bandy Allen Bandy Lodiburg Lonnie B Hall Union Star Mary Ben nett Virgil Harned Custer L F Car wile Fisher Joe Moore Constantine Allen Severs Florence Biddle Union Star COLORED TEACHERS Judith Guthrie E W Beard Eva Robarasj HaroMnsbnrg W F Hughes i A Child Can Cook Dinner The Free Fireless Cooker given away with r Mothers Oats 1 is so simple that achild can operate it It will cook not only MOTHERS OATS but the entire dinner meat soup potatoes without fuel and attention of any sort It will save you 80 per cent of your gas or coal bill and 80 per cent of your time Just heat the MOTHERS OATS or any other foodon your stove take off as soon as it boils place in the Cooker which will continue the cooking until done The food cannot burn and cannot boil over MOTHERS OATS is the ideal food The Mothers Oats Cooker is given free with the Mothers Oats coupons found in every sanitary sealed package of Mothers Oats regular and family sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Mothers Hominy Grits Flour Mothers Corn Plaices toasted We will ship you this 375 Fireless Cooker Free for 125coupons Buy today ten packages of MOTHERS OATS at 120 or ten packages of assorted Mothers Cereals at EVEN LESS send us the ten couponstaken from the packages with 115 in cash and receive at once a Fireless Cooker Ask your grocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his name and yours andwe will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANYOPE- RATING JlIORE OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS Come and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean Tour We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Medeira Gibraltar Mor occo Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information Richard Hughes Horned Silonion Deane Glendenne Carrie Miller Edith A lams Cloverport Lucy Stnrks Irving ton R F D Evver Watts Carman Ir vington Katie Moorman Gleudoane Mary Fisher McQuady CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Ths Kind You Have Always Bought Dears tho dSignature of S 5tS5s51s may Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements wires constipation Doans Regulets Ask your druggist for them 25 Cents a box Goes Up Dear Sir Enclosed find check for one dollar for which push my date up a dollars worth on the Breckenridge News Very truly Lewis Burdette Cabot Ky J rwa yr rtI 11 rNMlr1rMSiiIYW r ti Ji7 r f yw- w Iy if tlToJIri i i 1 lt 11 t i HI LJj I THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS f JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday II f II Y Subscription Price 100 n year in advance I L CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt tho rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIESi 1 charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money myr1tzdvanco t If it is not correct pleasot Examine the label on your paper 2r notify us a 1rf I When ordering change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT IeI ti PAGESr CLOVERPOET KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 22 1909 l t THETICKETr For County Court ClerkC Vic Robertson For County udgoiIathias Miller f For Circuit Clerkrr rr Leo Walls For County AttornoyY G Babbage ftr j For Sheriffrrrr II G Vessels For Suderintendent of Schoolsrrrrr Joe Vvr I Trent For JailerWilliam Gilbert For Assessor r Peyton Claycomb For CorouerLee Bishop tr f- II 183ELIEVE I I in the better side of man It is optimism that really saves peopleIan Maclaren i It 1 t r E II IMRRIMdflS LIFE A LESSOR In the last interview which Mr Harriman gave the public the spirit of his achievements came out with all the intelligent strength f that inspired him for so long Our motto said he has been to serve the public and give them the best possible article always The II only thing in my mind now is the development and improvement of y the lines we have under our charge and to take advantage of prosperity f which will enable this to be done more thoroughly or I should i sly more quickly than it otherwise could be done The new tributary lines may not pay foi a while but we are going to devote our 1timeI and attention to such development of the work as we think will t be for the best interest of all I want to see this country the greatest i on earth I intend to help make it such I And had ho lived he certainly would have helped to make this 1country what ho wished the greatest on earth In Mr Harrimans life work and achievements he proved himself the greatest rail I I Iroadgenius of his age Ho had faith in the industrial future of his country and the brain to conceive of it as it was to be He was not 1 1afraid He proved his faith by his works and men seeing his good tt works wore not afraid to put their millions at his command Here a lesson for other young men There are opportunities yet This fiskcountry is just beginning to grow and the young men who can see tiS just a little ahead and have faith and are not afraid of work will got there just as Mr Harriman did i kFromevery district comes the information that there is perfect t harmony among Democrats and they intend to make the light of rtheirlives to elect the present ticket the very best the party has r ever put out Many Republicans admit that the men on the Demo cratic ticket are then of ability and when elected will conduct the public affairs in the very best manner possible This being true there r is really nothing in the way to certain victory Men like Robertson t Miller and Brownare an inspiration to Democrats to work for suc cess This they will do The spirit of harmony and enthusiasm per 1ivades the entire ranks Like good soldiers the boys will bo on duty henceforth and that means disaster to the enemy Mark that now 1 There worn no negroes in that Republican convention at Hardins burg that framed a county ticket after their own sweet will No not one They were instructed to keep out Why Because the Repub lican bosses said wo want to make a clean job of this and you and theI t candidates you have been advocating cant get in here So a few fol lows that had a little money were nominated 1 The nomination of Gus Brown for the State Senate in the Demo cratic primary last Saturday will add much to the strength of the county ticket in November Brown is a strong man among tho Dem ocrats of tho county and his namo being on the ticket will catch soy eral Republicans It is generally conceded that no man in tho dis trict can beat him in November rBishop William McCloskoy of tho Catholic Diocese of Louis ville died last week Ho was the oldest Catholic prolate in the Unitedi b States and honored by his church That was a quiet Democratic primary Everybody is satisfied and genuine harmony prevails I The Democrats can now turn their attention to the county ticket It is a sure winner Now Brother John Adair will just say nothing and saw wood T T fl Surprising Ik It is not lone the Republicans of Louisville who were surprised when Judge Lassing of the court of appeals rK made an appeal to the voters of Jeffer rson county for the reelection of = Judges Miller and Kirby of the circuit court bench says the Owensboro Messenger It was Judge Lassing who delivered the opinion of the court of appeals reversing the judgment of two judges in the noted election cases at Louisville and the Republicans had been holding to the hope that the r rrrr Fine assortment of Choice Millinery now on display Interesting News in Fall Dress Goods and Silks Now is the when the children need new school dresses andeveryone wants a new dress or skirt this should be interesting news COLORED DRESS GOODS AT LOW PRICES Imported Serge 30 wide striped and checked Stripe Serge and Wool Taffetas 42 otlects in light gray tnn cardinal scarlet CoponJ5 0DOlesttc wide in a complete lino of shades 656 C hagen blue and brown regular 76c 00 values a yard a yard 9the9C and separate skirts 85c and 100 regular 100 I FINE QUALITY BLACK DRESS GOODS 100 Fabrics For 7 r 125 Fabrics For 50inch SergeC yd 52inch 50inch Satin Diagonal sergeC Yyd 50inch Storm I 54inch Repp Inoinch Chiffon Unfinished64inch WorstedII50inch Shadow Stripe Serge Black Broadcloth 52 inches wide guaranteed 150mediumPLAIN AND FANCY SILKS AT LOW PRICES 75cnewsilk atat98veryC125 graderrira opinion of Judge Lassing would be splendid campaigndocument to them But the trouble with the r Republicans of Louisvilleand of other places as wellis that they fail to differentiate and there is a word Because the two judges held to a certain state of facts with reference to the Louisville election the Republicans of Lquisville took the stanlthat the reversal of the judg ment by the court of appeals of peccess ity implied a belief of corruption on the part of the circuit judges or at least a disregard for the law of the case to an inexcusable degree- A decision of the court of appeals Imeans that in its opinion the lower view of thecourt was mistaken in its law as applicable to the facts of the case It means that and only that To imply that a reversal of the lower court meant a rebuke to that tribunal would if carried to its logical conclu sion also imply that the court of ap peals is reversing itself and it some time does that thought the court of appeals was corrupt or at least that it had shown a complete disregard for the law in its first decision Yet the Republicans of Louisville a ought not to be so severely blamed for their mistaketheir willful and inex cusable mistake of believing that the reversal of the two judges meant that the court of appeals in its decision had implied wilful disregard of the law or something worse With the Republi cans of Louisville politics is tho very breath of their nostrils Questions of the public good are well enough with them for dress parade as was so strik ingly instanced when the administra tion of Louisville surrendered to the Cox organization of Cincinnati and al lowed the lieutenants of Mr Cox to sway the officers bodies of the city vat their will There was politics in the matter and ort politics the Republicans of Louisville live and move and have their being Judge Lassing however has spiked B F II Gar inches light values 1r1 BEARD President- M BgARDI Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Capital 50000 Surplus divided ProfitsI Beard per cent on time Three per cent is as much IPaysbest banks in this 1100000PROGRAM to much pay- r1ABr as managedt t ae r y the guns of the Louisville contingent which was relying on the beliefthe ostensible beliefthat u reversal im plied corruption and the spiking 1 done to the last gun in their possesion The matter is of interest throughout all Kentucky The chief city of the state in the hands of the Republican party is menace to good government and that the enemy will use his utmost and his most strenuous endeavors to keep it so does need to be stated All cities of Kentucky must do their Democratic duty this yearbut Louisville most of all to the end that not alone the cities but the state may be redeemed and the way made clear for the elections of 1911 and 1912 EHzabethtown News A Fine Showing W B Trail of Mattingly was In the city Saturday and said that there already SOU acres of pledged to the Green River Association in the Cloverport Magisterial district This is certainly a fine showing for the farmers of the county and a move in the right direction J + anJ Un Teachers Association To Be lIeldI At Stephensport September TwentyFive Moral InstructionsJess Walls The Teachers Professional Reading Nora Harrison The Teachers Preparation R W Miss Julia Wroe Why Teachers FailMrs Dora E Gilbert The Relative Value pf Mathematics in Mental DevelopmentArthur Ater Ends to be Gained by The StudyIf HistoryAllen What I Am For The School Improvement League Clyde x Severs Katherine Hinton How May a Teacher Create an Educational Sentiment in His District M A Vessels Rosa Lou Ditto School Discipline How Best Secured Allen Severs iiI III l ll Most UptoDate Ready Made ments in the city time Saturday DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W D S Richardson Dr A M Kincholoe C V Robertson B F Beard 3 any safely P + el was not was tobacco Basham Bandy Doing The Signs of The TimesProf A B Cart The Relation of The Teachers To The CommunityGrover Hayden Mag gieWroeThe Calling C A Tanner Associations and Reading Circles Ora B Hendrick Ends to be Gained by Nature Study li Hallle Severs Campaigns For EducationRufuS McCoyMusical part of program to be sup plied Joe W Trent Supti Sumptuous Treat Billy Willman Rave a demonstration of National Biscuit Companys products at Noltes Saturday Mr Willman ri tertained large crowd and made things pleasant for the customers Judge Mercer fNoHe looked better than he has for year and was seeing a good time with tlw X young peoples 10 n Its 3 YOU Have Yourself to jJ y blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes TestedTREE Glasses GuarantyI d J J Severs Drug Co JJ 4= She Breckenridge News t1 WEDNESDAY SEPT 22 1909 4 PERSONAL AND LOCAL 1 Wick DeHaven is getting along nicely H Behen was in Louisville last weekCotton Blossoms tomorrow night ai this port Send in your renewal pr subscription for the News Fine play on the Cotton Blossom tomorrow night E Mrs Allen Kingsbury has returned from Louisville Thos Lyddan of Webster was in Louisville Monday Miss Pronnle Dean is spending this week at New Bethel Markles fine show boat will be at this port Friday night Miss Josie Driskell of Garfield is visitlngrelatlvesat Sample If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Bevie Cain of Hickman Ky has gone to Kansas City Mo Miss Carrie Leo Tucker spent last week in Louisville with friends Dr Forrest Lightfoot had a pleas ant visit in Louisville last week If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour 3o to the Cotton Blossom tomorrow night if you want to see Jack Forrest C Blaine of Stephensport spent the week end here with rela tires Mrs W H Bowmer has gone to Versailles to see Mrs Chas Moor man MrsPhebe Bassinger of Coldwater Miqh is visiting relatives here and at SampleIf want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Walter Hensley of Louisville was the guest of Miss Mayme DeHaven Sunday ftfr and Mrs Young of Morgan filhd have been visiting Mrs Chas = Bkillman A rolling stone gathers no moss but who wants to bea mossbackOcto ber Smart Set Dr WM Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday Ice cream supper at Stephensport Saturday night for benefit of the schoo11ibraryII Misses Katherine and Mary Cppriibs of Owensboro spent Sunday here frlth rotativti3 I fjfclrs McGruder of Okla who vast operated on at the Infirmary is im proving nicely Lost Sliver bar pin enameled In blue Finder return to News Oflice and receive reward J Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 25 Fourth street both = phones Owcnsboro Ky A f f Mr and Mrs Byrne Severs enter tained Rev and Mrs Currie to a To ii beautiful dinner Sunday ngj The man who stands in his own way Is not necessarily blocking the traf- ficlerOctober Smart Set Is Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad gave a- sixl oclock dinner Tuesday evening lay forBey and Mrs Currie No man ever got the better of his fnswifeI in an argument without regrett ing it October Smart Set ap l lJoe Bandy is building a nice resl i deuce on his farm near New Bethel tt a to make your baby strong and on I jl well A fiftycent bottle of will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child in cummer as well as in winter Only one cent Il a dfcy think of itand its as nice 1creamorsCata isa1l bottle nOW All Druggist LEAVE TODAY Rev James Lewis And Family Reluctantly Leave Cloverport And FriendsMiss Lewis Will Be Missed The Rev Lewis Mrs Lewis and their children Misses Reba and Louise and James T leave today for Pordsville Rev Lewis lhas been here four Years The town and the Baptist church loathe to see him and his family go Miss Lewis who is a charm- Ing girl will be greatly missed by the young people of this city school house Dh Lockard is the con tractor Dr Simons and Mrs Dunn were called to Rome Ind last week to at tend a case Of appendicitis Mrs John Weisenberger and children Eda and Walter and Miss Florence Woods spent Sunday in AddisonWallace Babbage has left State College and accepted a more lucreta tlve position in the High School at Middlesboro Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and dau ghters and Mrs Francis Sawyer spent Sunday with Mrs Alf Heston in HardinsburgRev leaves next Monday for Henderson to attend conference He and Mrs Currie were entertained at Mrs Win Hofllous Monday Whoso mocketh a married man let him take heed for aeverytominute and the mocker himself fall eth by the wayside October Smart SetBlessed are the meek fjr when the last trump sounds a great many peo pie will find that their heads are too large to fit into an aureoleOctober Smart Set- Something for nothing The first one will be given away Saturday Sept 18 19011 If you want two dol lars and fifty centsin 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 J gRl ffl picturesfordies and vour wifes pictures for you and the children both to look on in future years and bring back the childhood days again We take them and take them so well that they catch all the charms and preserve them for you Brabandts Studio Cloverport Tobacco Growers Attention All farmers desiring to sign a pledge to have their tobacco graded will meet me at Cloverport Saturday Sept 25 loot =sJ W B Taul Senatorial Vote Following in the vote by counties in the Senatorial primary election held last Saturday One or two precincts ill Hancock have not been reported but they will not change the result materially mOwen Sliollman Drown nrcckcnrldKoJMS 300 t39 Hancock h328 0 8- 35leado105 IRS 203 Total875 CM 355 Browns majority over Owen 220 over Shellman 331 Visitor From England- Mrs Mary Stinwsy and sisterin1lnw Miis Hilda S anvrt of Newport h ive been vis tinu Mrs A L Hillman Miss tanway is H native of ISngland and lives near Llvel pool Boyd Prup rty Improved The Boyd residence occupied by Mr Berry and family has been nicely paintedSergt Willis in St Louis Sergt Moorman Willis will arrive in St Louis with his company during October His sisters Miss Martha Willis and Mrs Leonard Oelze are planning to visit him Mr laid Snot The sixteen year old son of Mr Ben Taul accidentally shot himself at his home near Tar Springs Sunday There s little hope for his recouery THIRTY YEARS The News office was pleased with a visit from Mr Warfield Hendricks Saturday He came all the way from Hardinsburg to vote for Gus Brown Mr Hendricks said he had been taking the News and had been a Demo crat for thirty years He sung praises for the paper saying he had always admired its principles and independ ence although he himself was a died in the wool Democrat Fine Social The Epworth League enjoyed u delightful social Thursday night After a Iprogjam of entertainment at the church the party went to Browns for refresements Mr Brown had special ices three kinds and cakes for the crowd He gaye beautiful service rr i iJ CUTICURA CURED CHIEF OF POLICE Canadian Officer Poisoned by Weeds LegsBecame VerySoreCould Not Wear Shoes FREED FROM ITCHING BY CUTICURA REMEDIES ordrymoval of noxious weeds It being part of my duty from tho cdgo of a river and was constantly in tho dust from tho weeds At night I shook out my trou sers and cleansed my limbs but felt a prickly sensation I paid no attention to it for two years but I noticed a scum on my legs Jlko fish scales I could scrapo it off and yet I did not attend to it until it camo to bo too itchy and soro and began getting two running sores My ankles were all sore and scabby and I could not wear slices I had to uso carpet and felt slippers for weeks I was then on particular police duty and was compelled to bo on duty I got a cako of tho Cutlcura Soap and seine Cuticura Ointment In less than ten days I could put on my boots and in less than three weeks though on duty all tho time I was free from tho con franklythatGeorgoPtuba Mar 20 1007 and Sept 21 1003 e For Babys Bath Cuticimi Soup has Become the Mothers Favorite Warm baths with Cutlcura Soap and gentle anointing vlth Cutlcura Oint ment most soothing of emollients pro Horvopurifyand beautify tho skin scalp hair and hands f Infants and children and assisted by mild loses of Cutl aura Pills afford tho gratefulcomfortingtreatment zemas rashes and every form of itching scaly crusted humor of tho skin and scalp Guaranteed absolutely pure worldDepotsSydneyfIo1 Potter Drug l Chem Lforp Solo Props llOllIOL Games For Halloween For the first game the Oracle of the Sea each guest is given a knife and a small wax taper mid asked to construct a sailboat choosing mater ials from those at hand Boats of nutshell will of course be most pop ular Woe be to the foolish individual who constructs a paper craft When the tapers are fastened with wax to each boat a tub of water is brought and the sailing begins A steady sail and an even course denote great things in the future If a craft tips over or destroys another in passing or should sink to the bottom the owner had better take carel If two sail peacefully together it is a sign of future attachment The Oracle of Nuts requires a number of very dry and combustible nuts which should be placed before a fire of red hot coals and named for different people The jumper re presents the unfaithful lover who perhaps finds things too hot for him the blazer truly loves while if those named for a girl and her ad mirer burn at the same time they will surely marry Another test is the paring of an apple and tossing the skin high in the air When it falls it forms a letter and that Is the letterThe oracle of mystery next consult ed takes the form of combining letters cut from magazines and news papers Eacn guest Is provided with a complete alphabet and sprinkles them In a pan of water The floating letters should form the desired name Take also a wcdding ring and tic It to a silken thread and suspendit with III a goblet lUpiat the alphabet slowly stopping whenrvir the ring touches the glass Then the aliha bet is repeated until the next letter of the name is discovered The New Idea Womans Magazine for October on BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attontiop as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY p c War t s- M + r hSALE MAN wanted to look after our Inter adfacentcountlesSalaryI Co Cleveland 0 n n WANfEDSt ve and holt makers to work westernTennessee 0hexI FOR SALE FOIL 8AIE A Rood threeyearold mule tl size and active will make a line InruoImuleniynIf Ihurmot on the pi- keFarm For Sale ValleynardinIUneyvUlewUhln4the puhll road good dwelling house of seven outbulldingstwo orchllrdAddreKsIttneyvlllcIy Farm For Sale27 acresof Iland IK miles South of Irvington vlth building of Brooms hall summer kitchen Ice house corn crib and barn Rood waterfori venient to market Willt sell as a whole or part rcasonah o payment down balance In 1 2 linn 3 years further particulars uddressG O ItAILY I rvim ton Ky r Cash Only I 11For On und after September 15 1909 1 I wo will sell only for cash on Our pleatsdelivery are firstclass andour prices low as good meats can allIIsold for Price of cattle pels us to adopt strictly case business Please ask for credit P E dontII t J Interested in High Schools Hardinsburg Sept 213pecialI We are sure the people of the county are interested In their high school18- are now enrolled As an earnestness of their interest the pupils have already contributed 30 for tbe beginning of a library and next Friday evening they will give a book reception at the home of Mr and Mrs C L Beard This is in the hope that many will donate their unused books for the High School Library Refreshments will be served and an opport mity given to make a sil ver offering Com- ePublishers Pleased Publishers of county weeklies are pleased with the miscellany page of short headed articles racentjy gotten out by the Americap Press Association A head to a short article means to the paragraph what icing does to the cake and the publisher should be grateful to the Association for the improvement on these makeup lines A Beautiful Life Ended New Bethel Sept 20 Special The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs James Dowell and took away their beautiful daughter Eula Hers was a brief life but full of sunshine and love Eula loved the Sunday school and church Her favorite song was All The Way My Savior Leadsand she sang while sick How Firm a Foundation She was loved by her schoolmates and teacher and she helped to make life brighter and happier by living in it We should not mourn for her or wish her back again but try to live so all can again be reunited in the City not made with hands City Bridge Painted McCracken brothers are painting the city bridge and doing it well Markles Moat Here Marbles handsome floating palace will be at this port Friday night Mr Markle is a welcome visitor to this city for he always brings a show that pleases and entertains HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES 300 Louisville and return from Cloverport September 21 and 25 good to return October 11 also on October 2 0 and 0 Good three days after date of sale account of fall meeting of Jockey ClubOne way Second Class Colonist rates to California and the Northwest Sept 15 to Oct 15 1000 Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Way 4 and 18 uneland 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 1 land 21 aud Oct 6 and 10 Until further notice No 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 pm Kl ooDOoNEW II 0 oPANTSnFOR O o Boys Youths Mens 150 200 250 IQ 0 Let Us Show You Good Values lOJCLOVERPORT o1J C NOLTE KYl BRO oo- oIQI II 0JIIooIQI 0 II aIBUT OH YOUO SAYSO AND BRICK 0 u lu- EE IICIOOII 101 11 QOC IQ r Fall Millinery Opening IN OUR NEV STORE Monday September 20th 1909 Exhibition of Imported Pattern Hats Fall and Winter Alice B Hickey 616 South Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 1 t Sn n It = 1125JJCloverport to Louisville 1 1andReturn t I SUNDAY SEPT 261 I Leaves Cloverport 709 arrives Louisville lOa m atII leaves Louisville 900 p m t BASEBALL EI j I ff- dVelr LOUISVILLEI vs KANSAS CITY +a Ae r1W + V srlOS rearr3 Card of Thanks I wish to thank all friends for the kindness shown me in my great be reavement Joseph W Teaff Alormans in Clover tour fine looking men professing to be Morman ministers were in Clover port Tuesday Notwithstanding the large number of fair maidens here they were given a cool reception and tarried not TOBACCO NOTES L Speak a splendid tobacco grower says he has on his place this year iO 000 pounds of the finest Burley he ever raised q r E S Dobbs of Garfield is tniotber good tobacco raiser He says his crop this year is the best he has raised in many years It is a small crop 4000 pounds but it is good 000 Gabe Pierce of Holt has about 20 000 pounds of red tobacco He says it is the best he has raised in years Mr Pierces reputation as a tobacco grower stands high with the buyers 000 Our information is that tho tobacco crop is good all over the county A good dens of it is cured and ready to strip 000 A splendid supplement on the tobacco situation goes out with this issue Every grower of the weed should read it care fully 0 + yr 0 te t TjI11 p 71t 1 d I H J PrtJ M f t 1 ffIl e r- II a1tti111Y- I54t54r- r j It Do you know of any woman who ever receivedany benefit from taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound C 1r- s Ifany woman who is suffering with any ailment peculiar to hr sex will ask her neighbors this question she will be f surprised at the result There is hardly a community in I this country where women cannot be found who have been restored to health by this famous old remedy made exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herbs During the past 30 years we have published thousands 1 of letters from these grateful women who have been cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compoundand never in all that time have we published testimonialwithout the writers special permission Never have we knowingly I published that was not truthful and genuine Here is one just received a few days ago If anyone doubts that this is a true and honest statement of a womans experi ence with Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound write and ask her- Houston TcsasNhcn I first began taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound I was a total wreck I had been sick for three years with female troubles medicinesand a liver trouble I had tried several doctors but nothing did mo any good u For three years I lived on medicines and thought I would never get well when I read an advcrtisment of Lydia E Pink Il hams Vegetable Compound and was advised to try it My husband got me one bottle of the Compound and it did me so much good I continued its use I am now a well woman and enjoy tho best of health I advise all women suffering from such troubles to give Lydia 12 Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial They wont regret it for it will surely cure youMrs Bessie L Hicks 819 Cleveland St Houston Arty woman who is sick and suffering is foolishsurely not to give such a medicine as this a trial Why should it not do her as much good as it did Mrs Hicks i ifi fi i Ii eJt 6 Uncle ZekeAND THE g i Rube BandWITH THEII F GreatFj Cotton Blossom FloatingTheatre i At The River Landing Thurs Sept 23 Ii iiEntire Change of Program j H i DUKESI i f Mrs Martha Cahal is no better j Mr and Mrs Philip Powers are re joicing over the arrival of a ten pound son at their home on September 6 Mrs Wilkie of Weber is visiting her brother Jack Tindle Oscar and Oliver Powers of Goering spent Sunday with B F Powers Joe Harris and family of Whitesville spent Saturday and Sunday with rela Rtives here Q1 Miss Tula Lamb of Tobinsport visit ed friends here Sunday Len and Author Campbell attended r c OO I Ithe burial of John McGavock at Clover port Friday Miss Vina Hall was in Patesvillo Sat urday Lon Ray and family of Cloverport spent Sunday with Jack Smiley Mrs Mary Duke went to Victoria Sunday to see her mother who is very ill Mrs Loona Campbell was in Clover port Monday having some dental work doneThe Ladies Missionary Spciety meets the third Saturday in every month at 4 p mOscar Nugent and wife of Floral spent Saturday and Sunday with rela tives here M m BRECKENRIDGE AT HARTFORD FAIR Hardinsburff And Glendeane Folk Have A Great Time In Ohio County FridayExcit ing Races And Pretty Grounds iFRIDAY WAS A BIG DAY The Hartford Fair was largely at tended Friday by Breckenridge county people and they came home saying that they had almost as good time as they did at their own show The party said that the Hartford lair grounds were beautiful and the races were fine The Hardlnsburg and Glendeane folks had a great time especially on the traits returning home They sang every step of the way and were high ly entertained by the following young crowd Miss Hannah Beard Miss Hillsman Miss Ray Heyser Arthur Beard Morris and Franklin Kinche loe of Hardinsburg Among those from Glendeane were Mr and Mrs Arthur Smith Mr and Mrs Jim Dean Jess Howard Joe Dick Owen Rob Moorman Harry Moorman Misses Reba Lewis and Daisy Dean Hon D 0 Moorman and Harry Conlff Walter Hensley Master of Trains of The Henderson Route was in at tendance at the fair and looked after the crowd enroute to their homes A CULINARY MASTERPIECE When You Go to Paris Dont Turn Up Your Noso at Mussels You will trod In Paris n small res taurant just Inside the street entrance presided over by n wultor who has tip parent been forty years ot nge fur the lust twenty years He has n friendlyI alert air and anything in Ibe world that you want he will promptly provideYou will naturally order some sort of potage or something that your fancy suggests but whatever else you do be sure to cull for mussels 1 Iran see you turning up your nose at this In America who rats mussels except at rare times perhaps some pickled mils sels They are with us In ths same category as tripe But behold the genius of the French When the waiter brings In an enor mous silver bowl with a dom Jtw sll ver rover and when be removes tin cover thin you forget everything In the world except the delirious savory smell of the steum which rlses from the myriad shills that open lovinglyI for you to extract from them the dain ty sea flavored mussel that lurks with in Mussel did 1 say I No these are nut the ordinary mussels that Americans know French gastronomic genius has transformed theta Into moules marl nitre In some deftly magical way the French chef has Imparted a delirious suggestion to the moules just that in dellnable evanescent memory ofggar- liegarlic which In the hands of the ordinary cook Is an offensive and dead ly weapon but which iu the hands ot a cook of high degree an artist In fnctIs a means for achieving some ot the supreme triumphs of his art After the moules you will have any thing you care for dainty slices tit galantine or sliced capon nestling amid watcrcresses and then perhaps some peaches In a little basket where the fruit is infolded In leaves from Its own tree and ripened to precisely the right turn on some ancient wall In the sunshine ot an old French garden then perhaps some pulled bread and a bit of Camembert and n Cafe Maza gran In a long glass No one remembers now the buttle that gave Its name to this particular preparation of rot fee whirls HhowH that men may come and empires may fuel null armies may bedashes lists tni iiieiits upon the hat tlefleld lists ttin Dennis nt conKery rr mains irmtniliiiiil anil its achieve metits mv iniiMr in i riuljiiiiii Doans Ointment cured me of eczema that hud annoyed me a long time The cure was permanentHon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis tics Augusta Me- Wouldnt Hang the Jury An old negro named Ephralm bay ing been swrn on the jury In a mur der trial for some time resisted a ver dict of guilty for no other apparent reason than his strong aversion to capi tal punishment in general Finally the foreman explained to him that it was h question either of hanging the prisoner or hanging Ithe jury and that it all de pended on him Fo gracious sub replied Uncle Ephralm on dem rea Bpnments de prisner am sho guilty Likes The Ticket Dear Sir Enclosed find 1 Please lend the Breckenridge News to me fop one year or for such a time aS that will pay for Though I am far away In New England I am Interested in affairs at home and am glad you are supporting the Democratic Ticket this year It is n good one and should be successful Very truly yours Wathen B Henderson 78 Church street Newport R I y c The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing in this country most deceptive deaths arc caused by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance- tluckidneypoison ed blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizzinesst sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity througthethe night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwamRootsold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer iu this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwnmpRoot and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed GROW TOBACCOIN Kentucky Farmers Leave Because of Night Riders Weston Mo Sept llfhe great tobacco belt of the Missouri river valley has proven to be a harbor of refuge for many of the growers who found Ken tucky unbearable because of the night riJers and tobacco trusts Things are very much on the boom Great barns are under construction in which are to be housed the 3000000 pounds of tobacco grown this year The growing of tobacco in Missouri was an experiment a few years ago Today it is so much ofa reality that a thoussaud acres every one yielding from 1800 to 2000 pounds are under cultivation The MissouriKansas tobacco growers haye known that burley tobacco con be grown here as successfully as in Kentucky The Road To Success has many obstvictions but none w desperate as poor health Success toddY demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect ac tiou 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 Guaranteed by Severs Trug Co BOWLDER FOUNDATION One of New Englands Most Substan tially Built Highways- If you Were to try to find the most substantially built road In New Bug land It would not In all probability bi necessary to go farther than Acton Center Mass to locate the ono which would take first premium for solidity Just beyond the town was a eon siderable hill but there Is not as mud of a climb there now as formerly for It has beep cut down very perceptibly The oldcondition was far from pleasing to Augustus Conant who lives but a short distance from th1 I foot of the hill He Informed the town that If the hill could be cut down and slightly relocated he would put in the necessary foundation for n first class road the town to put on the finishing touches and his propo sition was readily accepted by the votersFor the new basis of the new highway Mr Conant had carted to the spot many loads of field stones and Innumerable bowlders large and small Some of them weighed several tons and It Is asserted that there is not In all probability nnothpr road In till United States which can boast of sucU a foundation as the one which was constructed to the liking of the towns benefactor In some parts of the road It has a solid stone foundation of several feet Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you cat for that is what Kodol does Every table spoonful of Kodol digests 2f pounds of food Try it today It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggists No Chance- I think its wrong for a married man to gamble Its worse than wrong Its idiotic His wife gives him fits if bo loses and confiscates the proceeds If he wins Louisville CourierJournal The blessedness or misery of old ago is often but the extract of our past llfoDo Malstrc c i r 5 1 Niiltft1M n SKIMMAN CashierW n HOWMEB President A F L LiaiiTioOT VlcoPrcsldent CIUB BKIMMAN AsstOashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited tNtitNir w v 1r FOOD LAWS j Have never affected our drinks in any ways They wore puro before we had Pure Food Laws Call for drinks made by us ids and you will get tho best and purest For sulo by all dealers Carr Bottling and Manfg Worksj L HAWESVILLE Jo KENTUCKY 1 THE Fifth Avenue HOTELY Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr t r t 4II andl lThe most centrally located only firstclass hotel In tho city making aSL00rato- Only one block from tho princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass tho door to all parts of tho city- Everything neat and clean RURAL TELEPHONES X t Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the x manager ofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph x Company and have him explain the special Fay Sj 1fliersLino rateii CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY t1- Kra Incorporatedb9r r r r r r a r as i rr r3 eI1CB1 rJImTt fv fT 1J I ri LmndLmndJhe1 w itself and tho best earth to invest in is tho I Panhandle of Texs I r You can buy good richl level land which will pro n duce large crops of Wheat Oats Rye Corn Millet and Sorghum for from Alfl1lfaI 115 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms I 5c land will pay you 25 to 40 per cent annually on your 13 IThis Private cars from Kansas City free sleepers free t to see the land and ifyou purchase ICO acres or more I YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED a trip rates every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Others ILwround returns from every investment made in areInot you write for full information to IJ C CRUTCHER Railroad Agent II j Webster Kentuckvl It Saves BYPURGHASJHl ONE OF OURJa FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have ono reserved at the low rate of S2S BOOKS and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future user IiPRINCIPAL r MDo BUSINESS COLLEGEOORIOIUTRD Second and Walnut streets LOUISVILLE Ki r 5k i r 1 o I The most thrilling serial story ever i published will begin in this paper next l weekIntensely I causesIi the part of a character in this word lifeJv li liThe1 I Breckenridge News CloverportKenIuckjye W f I I ENGLISH MONARCHS IIath Often Unkind In the Manner of Their Taking Off JI if the monarchs who have reigned theinumber have met violent deaths lllam 1 was killed by a fall from horse William II was shot whil ntlng whether by accident or de 11 is still one of the unsolved prob I is of history Richard I was killed a shaft from a crossbrow while sieging the city of Chajuz In France chard II was murdered In Pontefract stle Edward II was murdered in I rkeley castle and Edward V In the wer of London Richard III wasI I IIed on the battlefield of Bosworth i d Charles I hud his head cut off in pu- jfcabetbs death was hastened by exionf ined and died soon after the loss olals declaring that the name off city would be found after death ofitvardiced the nged monarch to dIe of So after the loss of hIs son he White Ship Henry 1 was never t i to smlltt again and lIved only a J f time henry VI and George III I v insane during the latter year eir reigns and finally died from Mh these days would be called flH Charles II Henry VIII Ed t IV and George IV hastened theirs by the lives they lived Only monarchs died of that great na J scourge consumption They ie Edward VI and Henry VII lea Annes death was duo as much anything else to overfeeding Only B monarchs Henry VI and George 4 died after long Illnesses London er A Hurry Up Call uiok Mr Druggist Quick A box IJucklens Arnica SalveHeres a 3 3rtesFor the love of Moses Dhurry bys burned himself terriblyJohn rcut his foot with the axeMamies tided Pa cant walk from pilesB- iluhus boilsand my corns ache She Hand soon cured all the family Its i greatest healer on earth Sold by vrs Drug Co I What Would He Do With IU farmer owned a doga very goof li bred and thoroughly trained dog at every morning for three years ied a railway train that ran past farm The farmer and his wife i watching the persistent but vain tonewarm morning wonder the wife said what ii that foolish dog chase the train l Ittentiyit repUedmerhe would do if ho caught It J r o t ROAD DRAGGING EXPERIENCES Pennsylvania Supervisor Tells of Value of Using the Drag Supervisor Albert Gruff of East Qemptlold township Lancaster conn ty Ia writes about the drug as foi lows First of all rood drugging smooths 0111et 1 since WP have been using this IIruJIThe second thing Is that ging makes the roadbed tinner and enables It to shed water quicker tliiin a road which bus been undragged and neglected This Is another of our ex periences The third thing we have shown has been that a little draggle done at the right time Is worth a lot more than dragging done In the thigh dust This latter dusty condition of the road Is not the time to work on the road with a drag but any other time will do though theI best time of wtyliven began to drag the township roads the neighbors many of tthorn wen skeptical So were we But as things went on the proof was demonstrated and now we are beginning to wonder why we did not adopt It years ago The principle of working up the soft sticky mud of a clay or loam character means that It will grow hard when left to the rays of the sun and softsroadbed after every rain of smearing over the entire road surface a thin layer of soft pliable mud which will become dry and hard that I now real Izo is giving us our solid roadbeds where the drag Is working Our supervisor board pays the farmers who drag the roads by their farms 35 cents per hour for their labor We are planning to put more drags on our township roads very soon We have fortyfour miles of dirt roads In East Hempflcld township our assessed valuation Is 3000000 and our roAd tax is 2 mills Subscribe Right Now Chlldron Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAProfessional I A mother who was a trained nurse protests against tho unwlsdom of wo men who keep their healthy children of two years three years and even four years old strapped In baby car riages during their outings when the little things are able and eager to got out and use their legs The children walk indoors she said Why not have them walk outdoors It is sure ly good for them to exercise in the fresh air It absolutely brings tears to my eyes sometimes to see active children old enough to toddle about kicking their little legs and beating their fists in carriages Use Our WantColumn I- tJ r MEDALLION PHOTO The Latest Whim Among Leaders of Society The world of fashion ever on tho hunt for something new In the line of a fad has hit upon something origi nal and pleasing In the portrait medal lion To have ones own portrait en graved upon a medallion to use as a table ornament or to be worn about the person ns a pendant on a watch fob or wherever an ordinary locket might be worn Is the latest whim among leaders of society The notion of having ones likeness reproduced In enduring bronze or sil ver and In n form In which It may be carried nbout with no Inconvenience has achieved the greatest of popularity all over Europe Silver Is the favorite metal for this purpose among the favored daughters of fortune The empress of Germany wears as a pendant to a bracelet a sliver portrait of her lord the emperor Other queenly members of royalty have shown that they appreciate their own likenesses more than their royal husbands and wear somewhere upon their persons a portrait graved In silver of themselves with sometimes the royal coat of arms worked In upon tho reverse side However the fad is In no case con fined to this feature of self portraiture for the designs and portraits used are as varied as the individual taste The extremist delights in the reproduction of her own likeness in the metal The I more conservative indulges In a portrait of a husband sweetheart or friendThe engravers who produce these ornaments lire artists of a high order DeWitts Little Early Risers the stile sure easy gentle little liver pills The original Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is DeWitts The nanio is plainly stamped on every box It is good for cuts burns bruise sores boils and sunburn but it is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists TAFT ON NEED OF ROADS The Movement Is General and of Great Value Says tho President President Taft has Indicated his interest in good roads the latest ex pression being elicited in connection with a movement for better highways in Virginia this taking shape in an im mediate plan for a road from the na tional capital to Richmond In a letter on the subject the President says 1 regard this as part of the general good roads movement in the country and I have pleasure in saying that there is no movement that 1 know of that will have a more direct effect to alleviate the difficulties and burdens of the farmers life will stimulate the traffic and add to the general bappl ness of the people more than the estab lishment of good roads I do not think that because this may have been stimulated by people using automobiles it is to be frowned upon for while persons using auto mobiles are by no means the most im portant in the community the fact that their sharp Interest has focused the attention of the public on the move ment entitles them to credit I have no doubt that within the au thority which is his the secretary of agriculture will bo gldd to assist by recommendation and practical advice the methods to be pursued in good road building in Virgi- niaChIGdrn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA cMagazinesci I y MunseyMcCIurem Telephone your order at oncoyfor Ladies Homo JJournal if you mwantone JOHN D BABBAGE J i c isi 1 ti I Real Estate Bargains I I t IHJtii I I A I I Have the Following Real Estate For Sale I IIIIBuilding lots Business I houseIon main street Farming IW1iI Some of these farms are of the best land in IMeade and Breckinridge I CountiesI I H H KEMPER IIRVINGTON KENTUCKY Illim EI I Iit1ICalifornia Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon ItriFor tickets on salefliII Sept 15 11BY11 I SOUTHERN RAILWAY of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete IIInquire information C BEAM Jr A G P A I ST LOUIS lfMfI iIIMD MOII 100 Visiting Cards for 75 centsj r i rrS c W++ ffl ft IP v M MxMk II c J Ii rM r f t For SALE s s 12 horso power Dcoring port able engine and shredder 4 roller engine and shredder in good shape only used about 4 years Must bo sold to dissolve t partnership between Mrs D r C Heron and Chas Blanford For particulars address tx Mrs D C Heron Inlnglon KyR No IJJI i IRVINGTON Mrs Ennis Lawrence and son ol Coydon and OIHe Lawrence of Little Rock Ark arc visitors of Mr ant r Mrs H B Head Mrs J P Sandridge of Louisville and Miss Kate McGehee of Long Branch who have been the guests of Misses Lyda and Nannie McGhee left for Long Branch Monday Mack Avitt left Wednesday for I Gulfport Miss after being the guest of relatives If you want the best flour buy the J Lewisport BEST patent flour I Miss Lydia McGehee left last week for Louisville where she has accept ed a position as trimmer at Miss Dllhons Mrs Charlie Chamberlain spent a few days in Louisville last week dur ing the fair and was the guest of Mrs Edd Montgomery Miss Ruth Marshall is the recipient of a beautiful Kurtzman Piano from Smith Nixons given her by Mrs Nellie Marshall si Miss Evelyn Herndon who has been visiting Miss May Tydings in Louis vill has returned home Mrs Anna Clayman and Miss Mar- I garet Clayman who have been the guests of relatives at Bewleyvllle and Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton of this city returned Friday to St Louis A B Suter has returned from a i business trip to Indianapolis and Lou isville Miss Mabel McGlothlan who has been visiting Miss Essie Biggs in Louisville has returned home I Mr and Mrs Paul Williams of Calhoun returned Friday after being the guests of Rev and Mrs E W GravesMiss Nellie Smith and Miss Gedry Bramlett were guests of friends at I Guston Sunday 1 1Mrs Bettie Calhoun returned from Louisville Monday from a short visit I Miss Nannie Childs of Guston was in town last week before leaving for Corinth Misslppll where she has accepted a position as head trimmer for Mrs N P Ferris Mr and Mrs Fred Brite returned it Saturday from Louisville after spend ing a few days the guests of the Misses Claycomb Mrs Nannie J Wathen left last week for Louisville where she wll spend the will spend the winter Mrs G L Brady and Miss Jessie Brady left last Thursday for Louis vlllo to be the guests of Mrs Ton McCoy Miss Brady will remain for several weeks Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager and Mrs Mrs Mullen of Cloverport were visitors of Mr and Mrs Edd 1I McAfee Sunday Mrs Adelia Blythe after spending a month the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Blythe left for Cloverport Sat urdayRev B F Wilson preached his last sermon at the Methodist church Sun day evening before going to conference which meets in Henderson Oil Sept 29 Rev Wilson preached at excellent sermon and it is the wishes of the people that he might be return ed to this l lace Mrs Sue Jolly returned Sunday from a visit to Miss Lula Nunnely in LouisvilleMrs E Dempster was in Louis vile last week Mr and Mrs L E Henderson after being the guests of relatives In Lou isville for a week have returned homeSeveral were delightfully enter tailed to a twelve oclock dinner at the home of Miss Mary Cornwall Sunday IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What A Heap Of Happiness It Would Bring To Cloverport Homes Hard to do housework with an aching backBrings you hours of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the causethat Backache pains come from sick kid nevsTwould save much needless woe Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid nets Many residents of this vicinity en dorse them Mrs Lizzie Bartley Main Cross Sts Elizabethtown Ky says I was a sufferer for over three years from pains across the small of my back which were so severe after any exertion as to completely unfit me for work feet and ankles became so badly lIyII that I could not get on my shoes at times and it pained me severely to stand I had intense headaches and was often so dizz that I did not dare walk upon the street The secretions from my kidneys were distressing in passage My brother who had been cured of kidney trouble by Doans Kid ney Pills advised me to give them a trial and I procured a box They gave me great relief and I continued using them until the pains in my back disap peared the secretions from my kidneys became natural and the soreness in my limbs left I was soon a well woman and give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansand take no other Card Of Thanks f The husband family and parents of Mrs Nannie Elizabeth Adams deeply thank all for the kindness shown them in Louisville and Cloverport during the illness and death of the deceased Especial thanks are extended to Rev Currie HARDINSBURG Miss Agnes McGill of Louisville iiis the guest of Mr and Mrs Lonnie SmithI Mrs Wade Pile of Mook is the guest of Mrs Milt Miller who has been quit sick for a few days Mescrs Homer and Wade Pile of Mook spent Sunday in town Miller DeHaven leaves this week for Bowling Green where ho will Business College enterI If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport best patent Miss Sarah Denne Moorman one of our school girls who boards with Gen and Mrs D K Murray spent Friday aad Saturday in Louisville Mr and Mrs M II Beard have re turned from Chicago where they were attending the Bankers Convention Willie Hall of Glendeane was the guest of his son Herbert Hall Sunday Charley Warder of New York is the guest of his mother Mrs Warder and of his sister Mrs Hogan Mrs Mary Lewis of Maysville has been the guest of Miss Tula C Daniel for several days A circus is billed for UardinsbuYg the 28thJesse Whitworth In obeying the law on the 18th caused some thirsty fellows to beg for their packages of liquor but begging was all He did his duty and he let out no whisky on primary election dayMrs Blanche Read is visiting Miss Nita Beard of Louisville Mrs Coleman Haswell goes to Louis ville this week to remain two weeks with her husband who remains in the city through September before starting upon the regular fall trips to see his customersFranklin Kincheloe has gone to Lou isville to attend a school of pharmacy- A number of our young people have been attending the revival meetings at New Bethel on the Stephensport road where a very successful meeting is re portedGus Shelltnan is able to be out again Miss Mary Walls is visiting in the New Betheluelghborhood The County Board of Education held its monthly meeting Monday Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclec tric Oil at once It acts like magic IABad Bargain one of Tom Botkins favorite Arkansaw stories An old colonel down in the hills of ArKansas raised au immense lot of hogs md allowed them to run loose in the timber They lived pn mast and hrived thntis as Arkansas hogs thrive Chore was an oldtimer up in the hills vho never raised arty hogs but who always had meat He never raised anything but dogs and children and the old colonel knew that for teu years he had eptthis whole household in meat that tbe hillbilly had been killing his hogs regularly Finally the colonel decided to run for tome office and as he had intimated pretty openly that the hillbilly was tilling his hogs and that he knew it here was some feeling between the two He wanted the support of the man up in the hills and went up to see him about it He rode into the clearing where the shanty stood and called The hillbilly appeared at the door 4 Hello Uge said the colonel to Mornin1 said the olont1II am oing to run for office and want vour support For the sake of the party we ought to patch our differences up and pull together For the sake of the party you know That s right said Lige II Now I tell you what Ill do said 3 U- b 1 W R MARBLES I 1NEWSHOWBOATiIH t I M RIVErR I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 241Wll j1 ti i Entirely new from top to bottom and producing the latesti- ti best features in aj 1andf c SHOWct I jjthebest show and the largest boat that ever come down r river Dont miss it See the wonderful Electrical theJJj tions See the Big Parade Come and hear our Fine s c a tr w r M jttA +P L ry fir Rio r aw i y aW d LIST OF PROMINENT AMERICANS fCOI Bailey of Washington D C Labor Organizations and U V L Col Patton of Washington D C Military and Masonio Orders Hon R S Ryan of Alaska ExMember English House of Parliament Congressman Cale of Alaska well known on Pacific Slope v Sergeant Arthur A White Veteran South African War Cough and Catarrh of StomachII Sergeant Arthur A arines Out writes- I havoboen a groat sufferer with ca tarrh over since tho South African war which I was all through Whileourtroopswerecampedaround- Paardoburg wo had a hard time hardly enough toeat We had no water to drink and wore obliged to drink tho dirty water in littlo mud puddles I got run down and catarrh of tho stomach set in and over since that march I scorned 0 go down in health and the catarrh got worso I had a bad coughI almost ovory medicine sold for catarrh but got no relief uAn officer a frlond of mine advised mo to try Peruno 1 did so with very little faith that it would do mo any good To my surprise I got relief from the first bottle I continued its uso until I had taken six bottles in all Today I am is different man The catarrh has entirely gone and I am bet the colonelIn you will quit stealing my hogs Ill make you a present of a thousand pounds of meat every ysar and well call it square Lige dropped his head and pondered over it a moment then I tell you boss Ill take you upfor the sake of the party but to ell the truth Ill be lusin a lot of meat he soldTopeka Capital NOTICE When sending a news item to this office please make it as brief as possible- so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interest Editor NEW BETHEL If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Nell Cashman has been visiting her mother at Union Star Carl Armstrong of Sample was the guest of Miss Lulie Miller last Sunday Rev M J Cox of Philpot arrived last Monday to assist Rev Duggins in a protracted meeting at this place Miss Mary Walls of Hsrdinsburg is visiting her sister Mrs D S Miller The candidate that comes in with a larger majority than Wm Gilbert has got to hustle Will Roberts was the guest of Miss Pearl Hall last Sunday Mr Simpson Arnold of Sample and Miss Mary L Jordan were married Sun day the 12th at 6 oclock p m at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J L Jordan Rev Joe Duggins officiating Mr and Mrs Arnold spent a few days at the State Fair They will make their home at Sample From Miss Tula Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find 1 for the Breckenridge News for the year You and your readers should have been at the greatt camp meeting at Kingswood August 24 to Sept 2 inclusive It is rarely the privilege of this people to have in our midst such a man as Dr Carradine whom many place at the head in American pulpits His insight into truth his tender warning to sinners I his able expositions of the Scriptures I his zeal for God his unveiling of mon strous evils were masterly in the ex treme Many souls will arise in thatl day and call him blessed and thank God I ft4 r s jibIiL f v vfJ Ij i iiv4Gw7M1y tar in my general health In fact I was never better than I am today and Pcruna has done it all for mo Col Wm Bailey William Balloy 58 I St N E Wash ington DO Past Col Eno No GO Union Veteran Legion and prominently identified with many of tho great labor protective associations in Chicago and Now York and Secretary of one of tho largest associations in tho formoryjlty had for nearly thirty years boef 1IJ11ted with kidney trouble Within a short period ho has been per suaded to try Poruna and his present healthy condition is attributed to his Judicious uso of that great remedy Washington jcllmatols notoriously bad for kldnoy and liver troubles yet by a judicious uso of the remedy ho Is now quite cured and in excellent physical conditionThis statement of facts without exaggeration or hyperbole appears to tell tho whole story which the Pcruna for this man and this most successful of the four Camps held at Kingswood Rev C F Wimberly did most effective afternoon preaching There were a great many conversions and santifica tions Christians were there from many quarters and many miles Let us hope for a repetition next year with a larger attendance than this Dr Car radine promises to come to us again Tula C Daniel All For 1 Mr J Babbage Dear SirAs my wifes time is out for the News I will renew for her You will please find enclosed 1 for the News six months Farm Journrl a year and Poultry Secrets as you ofier in News Yours truly H O Keys West Poinf Ky Sept 18 IDOg I love this old dollar but oh you News BEWLEYVILLE James Pope Drury of Braudenburg visited his father C H Drury Satur day and Sunday Charles Gross is on the sick list Eugene Jordan and Ben Stith left Tuesday for Los Angeles Cal Mrs Ben Dowell of Big Spring is visiting Mrs Alonzo Bennett- It is correctly reported that there are to be two weddings in the near future in a Bewleyville- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Democrats Are Going To Win TheDemocrats are going to win in Breckenridge county November 2 and win easily We spent two days at the Hardinsburg fair and found that pros pects for a sweeping victory for the Democratic ticket were never so bright The Democrats have nominated strong county ticket and under the superb leadership of Tom Moore the party is I better organized than for many years The Republicans on the other hand are heavily handicaped in the contest both as to issues and candidates and the drift is undoubtedly towards Democracy The disaffection among the Republicans is widespread and extends to all parts of the county The recent Steam- Roller convention held by Republicans has left sore spots that will not be healed for years to come and the Dem t Company is authorized to use If Its chooses believing as I do that bye doing it will be for tho general good Wm Balloy Col C L Patten Col C L Patton COO T St N W Washington DO a Lieutenant inch Old Guard an exclusive organization composed of soldiers of distinction wh fought in tho civil war and n Thirty second degree Mason writes as follows- I have used Poruna and desire t recommend your remedy as an invigor ating spring tonic also ono of tho bee romedies that I over tried for coughs colds and catarrhal complaints Hon R S Ryan Hon B S Ryan now residing in Nome Alaska was formerly member of tho English House of Parliament and Snorotary to the lato Irish patriot Charles Stewart Parncll His Washing ton address Is Now Willard Hotel Washington D C Ho writes I have used Poruna and can recommend yon remedy as a very effective cure for cold and catarrhal complaints lion Thomas Cole Hon Thomas vale elected to Congress from Alaska is well known on the Pacific slope where ho has resided His Washington address Is 1312 Oth StNW Washington D O He writeslII ear cheerfully recommend Peruna as a ry efllciont remedy for coughs and cofds01 ocratic candidates are receiving volut ary assurance of Republican support The campaign will be opened in the next few days and an aggressive cam paign will be waged until the election ind unless all signs fail an old time democratic victory may be looked for Meade County Messenger BIG SPRING B S Clarkson spent Friday at Riney rtllo The Ladies Aid met with Mrs Jake Williams on last Wednesday afternoon After the business meeting they were nvited into the yard to eat water= melon which they enjoyed very much Such one found a melon in their buggy m arriving home Miss Annie Jones left Wednesday for Hardinsburg to visit relativas I Miss Ada Meador and neice Madg tfeador spent several days in Louise dlle last week with Madges father Quite a number attended the State air last week Mrs Homed Burk returned to her home at Oaktown Ind Saturday- If you want the best flour buy tpe Lewisport BEST patent flour Jj BE BRIEF Please make your letters newsitems etc as concise as possible and we shall be glad to publish them Editor Kryptok Invisible Bifocals Take the place of two Pair of Glasses and are made in ONE piece NO CEMENT Inquire about them when you come to Louisville SOUTHERN OPTICAL CO Incorporated 4th and Chestnut Street I IILOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i II h