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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t kt ii- A THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSf fALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTtr 4- Ie VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 8 Pages NO 43 JJThe Lovisville Times ii AVIATION MEET ii JUNE 18= 19 19101 r Cordially Invites all to Attend the great To be held in Louisville at Churchill Downs on at which some of the worlds most noted Aviators It will ba Great EventDonot miss it This will be the chance of a lifetime Come will be seen with their wonderful aircraft ji I r It DEATH COMES TO BRITISH WONARC t Ei lish Nation Hardly Knew Be loved Ruler Was III and the Entire Populace is Shocked At the Kings Death HAD REIGNED BUT NINE YEAR London May 7Death came to King Edward last night at 1145 A week ago he was stricken with bron chttis which did not seem serious untl 1 last Tuesday The court will go into mourning for k six months and the Lord Mayor has or dered that the great bell of St Pauls shall be tolled throughout the day The Prince of Wales succeeded to the crown immediately according to the laws of the kingdom without official ceremony jj KING EDWARDrROM BIRTH UF Albert Edward Edward VII Kini of Great Britan and Ireland Emperor of India etc BornNovember 0 1841 second child and eldest son of Queen Victoria r and her consort Prince Albert of Sax CoburgGotha I Married February 10 1863 to the Princess Alexandria of Denmark Children Six as follows Albert J Victor Duke of Clarence and Avondah J- i il iland heir presumptive died 1892 Geo lt Prince of Wales Louisa Dutch 1 1rges Fife Victoria unmarried Maud i1ueen of Norway Alexander died in l infancy QueetI4 January fISeriously ill with typhoid fever iIn 1872 Recovery source of national re joicing E Installed 1874 Grand Master of Free Masons U Toured Indian Empire 18756 Gana ir da and United States in 1800 Educated Oxford Cambridge ant i Edinburg Universities Toured Orient with Dean Stanley Liberal patron of arts Noted as sportsman winning English Derby three times- Accomplished as linguist and musi clan Successor on throneGeorge Prince of Wales whose wife was Princess Mary of Teck his cousin and who hat been betrothed to his brother whcndied A Call To Service beginsholding our annual Sunday School Conventions We urge all officers and all friends of the work who wish to see 1 this great work of the Sunday Schools of Breckenridge county pushed to the t front to join to make this years work Wie of the greatest in advancement in ttie history of the Sunday School Asp f fsociation t To the district officers Arrange the date and place for holding your Convention immediately and we would urge you to advertise your Conventions b that the public may know about the yrork The County Convention will be held at Irvington The date of this 1 meeting is not yet fixed upon but will be i announced later The Worlds Sixth p 1 Sunday School Convention meets In in Washington D C May 1924 Spec ettrain service tr T B Henderson Pres ydOra B Hendrick Secyi V Painted House- f log f r- rThe resident of Mr and Mrs Fred Retry has been newly painted and se b UUfU11Yrepaired and adds much to resident portion of the East Side rl BELLBOY WINS TOUR OF WORLI Two Rich Ohio Men Are Impres- sPOLITE ed By a Breckenridge I County Boy And Make Him Their Valet fROY WRIGHT THE FORTUNATE Roy Wright youngest son of Jame W and Rhoda E Wright of near Mc Quady and who has been in San Fran cisco six years has won the admiration of two wealthy Ohio men Roy has been at work for the Hotel St Fraud while in San Fransisco The follow ing is an exact copy of what one of the San Fransclscos papers has to say about him- Politeness neatness and prompt at tention to duty have won for a young bellboy at the San Francis a nine month s tour of the world at good salr while away m foreign lands His name is Thomas Roy Wright Two of Clevelands Wealthiest men Dr T M Moore and H A Everett are at the San Francis enroute to tit Orient and Europe for a pleasure trip and scientific purposes They deport on the Manchuria next Tuesday Bellboy Wright has during the past six or seven days been answering the bell in their hotel departments His prompt attention to their orders his neat appearance and unassumed politeness attracted their attention They finally made up their minds that while away they would want a boy to attend to their mail and other odd jobs and that Wright was just the boy for them They so expressed themselves to Man ager James Woods and asked him if the boy was all he appeared to be Mr Woods readily told them they were not mistaken in the estimate of the boy and while regretting to lose him would not stand in the way of his going with themThis Is why a ticket has been bought for the suprised andeljghted bellboy and a passport for mm asked of the Washington authorities Elect Officers and Directors The stockholders of Stephensport Telephone Company held a meeting last week and elected the following board of directors Sam Dlx Jess H Miller Chas Tin is Dr Will M Miner H S English Sr Louis Warren and A V Whitworth The directors elated the following officers Jess H Miller pres Sam Dix vice pres Andrew Crawford secy treas and A V Whitworth agent This company has a working agree ment with the Cumberland by which both lines are used In conjunction giving free service over each line to points In the county Dance at Molt The dance given at the home of Miss Ada Merritt Wednesday night was quite a success Music was rendered by the Miller band Those present were Misses Jacie Stewart Dessio Myrtle and Margaret Boavin Minnie Hawkins Esther Lucy and Ruth Hull Grace Maysey and Pearl Ahl Anna and Ada Merritt Messrs Dan Ma theny Roy Beavin Hubert and John Hall Kirby Dowell Curtis and Everitt Miller Stoy Hawkins Joe Croft Owen Maysey Wave Elder Horace Basham Tom Dowell Albert Hanks Richard Carter and Alex R mseyAlI report ed delightful time vI MRS FREEMAN Dies At The Home Of tier Dau ghter In This City Sunday Morning Funeral Held Monday Mrs Elizabeth Freeman died Sunda morning about five oclock She was eightytwo years of age and was bor in Terre Haute Ind She was the widow of the late J W Freeman Mrs Freeman was greatly loved and respected by all who knew her She was a member of the Pisgah Baptist churchShe is survived by two daughter Mary Freeman of this city and Sarah Brickey of Mattingly The funeral was held at 830 Monday morning by the Rev Mr Farmer and the remains were interred in the grave yard near Balltown Ice Cream Supper An ice cream and strawberry supper will be given by the B Y P U of Tuesday evening May 17th on the parsonage lawn Everybody cordially invited to com- eMinisters and Members Meeting Breckenrldjre Association will con vene with Friendship Baptist church Friday May 27 28 and 20 1 Devotional service 2 oclock p M 2 How to encourage long pastorates J J Wlllett 3 Best method for raising mission filnds in our cburchcsT Gayer 4 Exercjses of Luke 1002M P Compton Saturday 9 oclock A M 1 Devotional services 2 What is Bible Sanctification J T Lewis 3 The logical and bible reasons for restricted communion W Farmer 4 What it takes to constitute script ural baptismJ F Winchel Dinner on the grounds 1 Board meeting 1 oclock P M 2 Baptist and religous liberty C M Payne 3 Importance of church disciplin J Duggins J J Willett Commit J Duggins All Day dinner Party Mrs Emma Hardin was a delightful hostess to several of her friends yester day at her nice country home on the pike Her guests were Mrs Robert Pierce Mrs A R Fisher Mrs Mary Dehaven Mrs Wickliff Dehaven Mrs Adele Hambelton Mrs Hilary Hardin and son Julius Mr Suter Made Cashier A B Suter who is wellknown to Breckonridge county people and has made good in the banking business has been appointed cashier of the Highland Park Bank Highland Ky Mr Suter held a slmiiiar position at Custer and is a most wellliked young man Record Of Four liens Mrs Thos Donoghue proprietor of the Jewel Creek poultry farm this county claims the record breaker for four Plymoth Rock hens They laid 233 eggs in 60 days Brcckeerldge County Is coming to the front In the poultry business I SubscribeI BOWMAR TOUR Dates FixedNiagara Falls Tues day August Second Atlan tic City August IlDe lightful Eastern Trip The dates selected for Bowmars Summer Tours for 1910 are Niagra Falls Toronto etc Tuesday Aug 2d Atlantic City Thursday Aug llth The Itinerary of the trips Is com plete and folders will be issued about May 25th giving complete details A number of improvments over previous years have been made in arrangements for both tours The Niagra tour will take in Nia gara Falls Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland with a fine lake trip Through sleeping cars will be run from Lexing tonThe Atlantic City tour will Include a week at the seashore three days in New York City a day in Philadelphia and several days in Washington Among the many delightful features of the stay in New York will be a daylight steamboat trip up the Hudson river Woodford Sun Grand Jury- S R Bandy Foreman Arad Morris W S DeJarnott O W Bruce J W Mattingly Nelse Qulll ins Ell Chapin Nat Tucker J B Jackson J R Ken nedy Thos M McGavock and Isaac Walls Renews Subscription My dear Mr BabbageEnclosed find 25 cents in stamps for the renewal of my subscription to your valuable paper Hope you will pardon my delay in re mitting Yours sincerely Mrs E J Bandy Irvington Ky1II flJ ROYAL Baking Powder renders food more digestibleand wholesome Via rs Highest 4IMG y- 7 Scientific Authority Has demonstrated that 01 two loaves of bread one raised with Royal Baking Powder and the other with alum bak Absolutely ing powder tho Royal raised Pureloaf is 32 per cent moro digestible than tho other sm Avoid Alum c F9 2jkTHAVE A FINE TRiP Glendeane People Go To South ern Baptist Convention At Baltimore And Will Visit National Capital Mrs Jesse M Howard and daughter Mabel Misses Emma Dee and Louise Moorman and Miss Daisy Dean of Glendeane and Rev J T Lewis and daughter Miss Reba of Fordsville left Monday to attend the Southern Baptist Convention at Balti more Maryland They will visit Washington Annapolis Richmond and i Old Point Comfort before returning HITES RUN J O Chapin of Irvington visited relatives here Sunday 0 D Payne visited his family at Harned Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jas Sahlie of Cloverport spent a few days of last week with her father Samuel Burdett Mrs J 0 Chapin and little daughter of Irvington are the guests of Mrs L Waggoner Richard Hawkins has returned after a few days visit to relatives in Owens boroMr and Mrs Cleveland Miller and daughter Eva Lewis were the guests of Mr and Mrs Porter Atwood Sunday If the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour is the Qour you ought to use Good Price For Corn Col Dick Owen has bought at Lewis port over 25000 bushels of corn for his elevator at Owensboro price 624 cents per bu f o b river y ti y the j f m j L ICE FOR CLOVERPORT And Its NeighborsMilk Will No Longer Sour And Can Make Ice Cream By The Gallons Mayor Barry says thn the Cloverport Ice Plant will be delivering ice by tho twentyfifty of this month The machinery which was bought from a Louisville concern has been received and installed in the plant The citizens are indeed pleased to learn that the Ice Plant is real and is here to stay Miss Bessie llayd en Wins University Honors Miss Bessie Hayden daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas W Hayden of Lewis port has been attracting many fine ompliments and words of praise by the honors she has won at State UnU reraity at Lexington Miss Hayden is a practical engineer and has been out in the field in charge ota squad of men She has just graduated from the University making 1148 per cent only iking 2 points of being perfect She is a young girl just eighteen years of age and is very charming and attractive Splendid Meeting i The Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church had an excellent meeting Monday afternoon and elected Mrs Wick Dehaven as a elagatc to the annual meeting at Cadiz Ky Mrs A R Fisher was hon fired with a life membership 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almost declare that the fashionable figure was vorsetlcss if it were not for the extreme slenderness about the hipsIt is a peculiar fact that in tho spring months moro summer models arc seen and summer fashions are more decid ed than spring modes Many garden frocks are now being prepared to be worn later in the season It Is certain ly fascinating work this planning of dainty summer gowns and It is such a satisfaction that one will bo pre pared to accept invitations with no thought of what is to be worn A model that a fashionable society belle is now having made is illustrated It gives a number of uptodateIIcause it will cook any dinner and not beat the room No heat no smell no smoke no coal to bring in no ashes to carry out It does away with the drudgery of cooking and makes it a pleasure Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it be cause they can immediately have a quick fire simply by turning a handle No halfhour preparation It not only is less trouble than coal but it costs less Absolutely no smell no smoke and it doesnt heat the kitchen The nickel finish with the turquoise blue of the enameled chimneys makes the stove ornamental and attractive Made with 1 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be bad with or without Cabinet dernier everywhere ir not at yours Ever Descriptive Circular to the ncareit agency of the Standard Company Incorporated fascinating dainty ideas one may introduce in ones own summer wardrobe The ma terial is plain and embroidered linen with the prettiest skirt imaginable It has a plain close fitting upper portion with alternate shaped flounces of the plain and embroidered linen and a wreath of applique embroidery finish ed with a tint bow of soft satin rib bon The same ribbon passes through slits in the upper portion of the bodice and is tied at the left side The yoke and sleeves are of the embroidered material and are cut In one a feature of the new Imported models The sleeves are most attractive and have a short puff finished with dainty frills and ribbon The short puffed under sleeves are finished In a similar man ner The yoke is collarless and this Is also a point to remember when plan ning new gowns for It will prove n popular style during the summer Dos This Mean You Indigestion sour stomach consti pationthen headache backache and a general miserable feeling Do you know that the pleasant herb tea Lanes Family Medicine Lanes Tea moves the bowels each day and will remove all these troubles almost immediately If you do not know it get a package today ht any druggists or dealers 25C FATAL FLAW IN HIS THEORY Dr Gullcks Arguments for Matrimo nial Felicity Overturned by Ap plication of Logic When Dr Luther H Gulick of cer tain honorable connection with the Russell Sage foundation allows him self to speculate fondly on the possible domestic felicities which might result from the adoption of a mascu line style of dress buttoning up the back instead of the front he forgets an important particular That relates to tho time when It required more than the services of what is known now to wives as a kind hooker to get the head of the family into his togswhen a couple of squires an armorer a tinsmith and a blacksmith or two were needed to equip the bust ness man for his days work with the fair wife on the side to get the helmet on straight and to strap the loved ones sword about his manly waist Dr Gulick will be sensible of his own confusion whdn ho recalls that this cooperation did not make for the perfect domestic tranquillity so much to be desired in perfectly respectable communities He will admit he was in error in his theory that if the hus band were as dependent on the wife in the matter of hooks as the wife is dependent on himor maid or neigh bor there would be fewer divorces Cfc lldrn Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTORIJ THE BOY AND THE CARPET And the Gentle Springtime That Decoys Us All From the Stern Paths of Duty When time spring housecleaning comes and tho carpet is hung on tho lino tho boy of the family Is ordered to beat out the dust He spends 20 minutes looking for a stickHe spends ten more wondering if it is the right stick When he has finally decided ho advances to the carpet and hauls off Yes ho hauls oft and looks to see if there are any boys on the alley fence watching him Then he wonders why his father didnt beat the carpet and lot lhjrn go fishingtThen he spits on his hands and won ders what time it is Then he thinks ho hears another boy in the alley and he goes to the fence to see When ho returns he wonders why carpets have to be beaten but seeing his mother in the back door he picks up the stick and gives a whack that would surely break the leg of a fly It tires htm- Whack I Whack Whack His wrist aches His shoulder aches Ho has certainly sprained his backTwo more feeble whacks and then ho drops his stick and sits down with his head in his hands Whats the matter Jimmie asks the mother as she comes out Its mymy heart Why you poor boy Id forgotten all about your weak heart Run away and play shinny and climb trees and kick football and Ill beat the carpet myself An Ideal Husband is patient even with n nagging wife for he 1 knows she heeds help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness con stipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needy Electric Bittersthe most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of suffers from female trou bles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and be come healthy and happy Try them Only GOc Satisfaction guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Birthplace of a Great Musician Seven cities contend for tho honor of being the birthplace of Homer and several towns in Italy claim the right from his association with them of commemorating Guido Monico or Guido dArezzo as ho is more commonly known The little town of Talla near Carentlno has set up a monument to mark his birthplace but it is doubtful if the claim can be sub stantiated against the claim of Arezzo it is generally conceded that Guido was a Benedictine monk and that he was a great writer on music of the eleventh century The claim Is set up that he was born near Paris and migrated to Arezzo He wrote the MIcrologus but Grove discards many of the pretensions which have been formulated concerning GuIdos achieve ments It appears says Grove that Guido Invented tho principle upon which the construction of the stave is based and the F and G clefs but that he did not invent tho complete four lined stanza itself Dr Thomas Electic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Hus been used with success in our family for eight yearsMrs L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y Tines Sad Cnanges I met a gentle but entirely unre constructed native during a recent trip through North Carolina said a north ern tourist according to Drownings Magazine and ho was in constant la mentation over what he regarded the deterioration of things down there from what they were in antebellum days His regretful comparisons of things then with their condition now to the disadvantage of the latter were striking One evening admiring a brilliant and beautiful setting of the sun I exclaimed enthusiastically What a magnificent sunsetsplendid I gorgeous I The unreconstructed na tive gazing at it a moment surd in melancholy tone and with a deep sigh Yes but allI you should have seen it before the war NOTICEIPleas donot ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno P Babbage KEEP OOL11 The Cloverport Ice Co I Beg to announce their organization and incorporation and in about 30 days will bo Umaking ice with their bran new 10 ton per day machine now being installed in their rQ building IOUR MOTTOTho Best Ice at the Least Possible Cost All undersigned parties desiring to make contracts for their ice will please correspond with the 1 JViarion VVeatlterhott Secy l nI IiiIImIIW IiIISIi1J J SiilmI f5IRZJSIiIa1f3IE r a la thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a a brick dust meat or settling stringy or milKY- appearance often an un healthy condi tion of kidneys too fre quent desire pass it or pain the back arcalso that n tell you the kidneys and bladder arc out of order and need attention What To Do There is comfort in knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfitts kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability hold water and scalding pain in passing it or effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often manytimesimmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties If you need medicine you should bydruggists and onc dollarsizes sedi indicates the to in the to bad wwcDWmpn4 I freebymailhamton N Y Mention this paper and remember the name Dr Kilmers Swamp BinghamtonN FINE OLD GRASSHOPPER VANE On Faneull Hall BostonWas Made by One of Americas Earliest Wood Carvers Perched on tho cupola of Faneull hall in Boston is a grasshopper weather vano which is not only one of the oldest vanes in the country but is famous as the product of one of Americas earliest wood carvers and artisans Shorn Drowne of Boston Brownes shop was on Ann street in the north end Of the many vanes he mado only three aro now known to be in exist ehcethe one on tho Shepard Memorial church in Cambridge which for merly was on the steeple of the New Brick church on Hanover street in this city and known as tho revenge vane time one in the collection of the Massachusetts Historical society a relic of the old Boston Provincehouse and the ono on Faneuil hall This grasshopper of copper ham mered out by hand has large glassy eyes which in the sunlight shine like fire It was made in 1742 at the or der of Peter Faneuil when time hall his gift to the townwas nearing com pletion and for time last 167 years it has been a landmark It has not however lived a life of unbroken peace for severe times it has been near destruction In 1776 when Boston was shaken by an earthquake the vane fell to the ground but after being supplied with a new leg by tho son of the man who made it it was replaced Five years later Faneuil hall was seriously damaged by fire but the vano remained intact and when the hall was rebuilt the grasshopper was once more given the place of honor Another disaster befell it when in 1889 a flag was being raised to celebrate the anniversary of the evacua tion of the city by the JBritlub the hopper hopped to the street below But in a few days he hopped right back again and there he has re mained ever since with the exception of an occasional removal for repairs Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you week pale sickly Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich red pure restores perfect health Busy Paris Dressmakers This Is the period of great excite ment in the world of dressmakers The Rue do la Palx is in a bustle and turmoil from morning till evening employers and first hands are scream ling to lift boys and messengers who are running wildly up and down stairs Usually polite manageresses and obsequious doorkeepers receive oven their best clients with scowls of disapproval for all this unusual dlsor der and excitement Is not on account of their clients It is trio private view which is being prepareddie- dress rehearsal as it were of the coming seasons fashions for tho bone flrmathroughoutthoVloignaAmerica aretheloolatenight hence tho elite of society will also bo lot into their mysteriesI Dont Forget our Want Column KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS kingsNewryIi FreeAND FOR PBICitCOUGHS j GUARANTEED BATIBFAOTO OK MONEY REFUNDED j 4 A Picture of Father and Mother j How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky tII At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday + + NE- WLivery Stable Y Stephensport Ky New Rigs New Horses New Stable y Open for the Public Near Depotq ortItI J l Feed of any kind we can iJ iJJfurnIsh you r We will handle Ice also I I Your patronage will N fappreciatedf l SMITH HANKS Proprietors II I SteplfensportKy ti + + t- lrt a n TJ tY SI IIpOLAND CHINAS Ise Boars and Gilts sired by the 500 pound boartA we exhibited at County Fair They will weigh up to a 100 pounds and growing fast I andTiWillregistered in purchasers name at 15 and 20enYS snWJ I Route No I us st toHardlnsburg4ero ssrwsaalE tliJflIB Belmt I l1li1 tit aio I IF YOU Ian IIDont think itcli I for II to z IieacIhdverlisegle I lear el WQI I ask some of1csi- hav those who do nest t and see if u fr tipttheyopglitipt h Vnii s Try lULl o their sales are almost double Now is the time if you Are Wise I s M- am 1 n I RAILROAD FARES PAID I 1 mvOT r IIlIL 1 IMatin Li eIFor everyone who buys the following amounts from the Istations below named I will pay railroad faresI tl t ISampleLodiburg = = 10 I IEkronIGuston5IBranch Garfield 15 Basin Springi 5II l Ed F Alexander Irvington Ky 1 mllmflI1BilltBl IDmIflR lIBlIt WEAK WEARY WOMEN k Woeskr When the back aches and throbs fj When housework is torture I When night brings no rest nor sleep N inNThere is a way to escape these woes illsmk I IRead this womans testimony MrsA Baur 737 Mulberry St Owensboro Ky says I have used Doans Kidney Pills and have found them to be unequalled for Kidney 1 1trouble and lame back This remedy also corrected a difficulty with the kid = ney secretions I sleep much better since using Doans Kidney Pills and that languid feeling has disappeared- For sale byjalljdenlers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take uo other tt CHINESE SAILORS The Never Learn to Tie a Knot Properly Says a Skipper I dont know why it is said theJcaptain of the tramp steamer J you cant teach any of thoso Chinese saIlors there to tie n real knot There Isnt much need aboard a steamer for the rope knowledge that used to be so much the part of a focsle training but wo do need splices and knots now and again just tho 4sameThose Chinese there who werfl = i anythingir mako an old tar green with envy and theyll fix up deadeyes better than most of the men Ive shipped 1 1But you cant get one of em to tie arIght knot Teach em again and again and they remember tho lesson half an hour Next tlnio theres a IItorstraight everyday knot to bo tied the R Chinese focsle hand makes up tho same old granny- Everycldld that tries to tic a knot makes a granny This kind of a knot Is made up by passing the ends around each other In the reverse direction making the ends stand out at right an gles The ends should bo wound around each other In the same direc tion When they come out of tho knot they should lie alongside the line on ilUjrcr side of the knot Such ft knot wont slip But a Chinaman cant learn it for keeps not he The Lascar and Malay arid Kanaka loRrn the right knot easily enough In a storm thats one of the things we have to guard against if We have Chi no8o sallorsNcw York Sun For a mifd easy action of the bowels single dose of Doans Regulets is en pugh Treatment cures habitual con stipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggisflor them Try Our Want Column It Pays I EYE DEFECTS Some Things That Are Said to Affectt the Sense of Vision Many eye defects of course are due to the bad habits of their possessors Tobacco for instance Is generally held to Impair the vision usually injuring the color sense so that gold and sliver become Indistinguishable According to some medical authorities again time connection between eye and tooth trouble Is more than an old wifes fable In his book dealing with the subject Han cock relates the story of n boy wh woke up ono morning to find himself blind On examination his teeth were discovered to be crowded together mind a few of them were removed with the result that by evening he could distin guish between light and darkness More teeth were removed and In elev en days his sight was fully restored Other cases which tend to show the connection between eye and tooth trou ble have also been noted Very Ire quently occupation has much to do with one or other eye defect Thus nystagmus Is sometimes known us till miners disease Nystagmus Is an Involuntary oscllln tlon of the eyeball to and fro or round in Its orbit In contradistinction to glaucoma It is a young defect having been noticed In infants but sometimes it attacks miners after forty Miners are inclined to attribute the falling to the bad tight but It is more likely to be caused by the continual upward glance so often necessitated by their occupation Strand yhmgnz- imieChlldrar I Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA What the Light Revealed A story Is told of a simple and de vout Methodist minister who was not suillcicntly eloquent or businesslike to be approved by the presiding elder Through the influence of the elder he felt sure he was appointed to a small and widely scattered settlement where there was much lard work and the results were necessarily meager One day he was commenting sadly on time narrowness of his opportunities to II friend who said gravely that he ought tb pray for light that he might see the hand of the Lord In his appointment I have brother he answered again and again But so far he added with a whimsical smile Ive had only light enough to see the In terfering humid of Elder Brown Youths Companion A Regular Tom Boy was Susie climbing trees and fences jumping ditches whitling always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals everything healable Bolls Ulcers Eczema Old S res Corn or piles Try it 250 at Severs Drug Co Profit In Three Cent Dreqd Jacob SJupsky capitalist philanthro past will erect a 200000 bakery In North St Louis and will sell bread at 8 cents a loaf There will be a profit of Vj cents on each loaf he says A Man Wfluts To Die only when u lazy liver and sluggish bowels cause frightful despondency but Dr Kings New Life Pills expel poisons from the system bring hope and courage cures all Liver Stomach and Kidney troubles impart health and vigor to the weak nervous and ailing 2C nt Severs Drug Co LOCATING TRUFFLES The Hunter Works With a Trained Pig and a Pointed Staff The truilks looked exactly like white potatoes that lUll been very thorough ly dusted with powdered cinnamon They were thesize of white potatoes Mud they hat the white potatos Irreg ular shape On the way to tho Ulvlera said tic host I stopped at Marseilles in order to see a trulllcr or trutllo gatherer at work Truilles come only from France They cost even over thereabout 5 a pound The taste AVell mushraomy but much richer Our Marseilles trutller carried a pointed stall Ills Indispensable col laborator was u trained pig on a leash Time pig was like any other only his snout was longer anti better developed Ve spectators had hardly walked 100 yards over the Holds when time pig stopped and began to root near the foot of an oak The trulller helped him to dig with the pointed stall Some trullles appeared n foot under ground and the trulller pushed the pig aside throw It an acorn and put the tru tiles In his bag lie found or rather his pig found a dozen trullles In the hour we watch ed him At every Hud the pig was re warded with an acorn These pigs cost 00 apiece Time man made about 4 that morning Exchange Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabies Doans Ointment At any drug eat or Major Pond and Bill Nye More than one successful lecture star bad to timnk Major Pond for his start lIe had keen discrimination and not infrequently sought out und dragged upon the lecture platform an obscure genius who never ithought to see him self before the footlights Such n genius was lUll Nye When the major found him ho was acting as postmas ter anti editing the Laramlo Boomerang over a livery stable Wall down the alley twist the gray mutes tall take the elevator Immediately Pond persuaded him to try lecturing and as there proved to bo both moue and useful publicity In it Nye wits grateful and used for years to remem ber tho major with characteristic notes one of which had the following exhaustive signature Yours with a heart full of gratitude and a system full of drugs paints oil turpen tine glass putty and everything usually kept in a first class drug store BILL NYE P SOpen all nig- htAdvertising is the Key note of success Subscribe Right Now r a t cJIIu 101 J EIQ0m iI 0 DO IIOE A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earnedr Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer1 not better investment than a certificate of deposit in theI BANK S CLOVE PO To with the interest compounded semiannually and no bettor way of paying your bills than by chock whoieby you always have a record of payment 1 4 OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US Aoro have record of fair deahn withour customers and always cater to their wants OO- Q X101TTTI lljo InQ 1 0tIII 10 7 J n 4t I JOYS OF THE PRESS I BY KENTUCKIANS IN NEWSPAPER WORK = = =Complied by Louise AN original unique and interesting creation of paper type t ink and bright cheery paragraphs that make one happy to read JUST LITTLE DREAMS COME TRUE Price ISc the Copy at the Print Shop of fI The Breeken ridge SlewsCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank account I WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else methodYourpays It ies bettor menMoneyA bankaccount teaches saveThisYour bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg TrustCo H ardinsburg Ky t r r o Ia + sese werMwrts er I Notice Notice is hereby given that the Cloverport Ice Company has been duly and legally incorporated under tho laws of the State of Kentucky and that process In law may be had on said company by service on John A Barry President and in the event of his absence from Breckenridge county in which said company is located with its principal place of business at Clo verport Ky then on Arad A Simons VicePresidentCLOVERPORT ICE CO Cloverport Ky April 27 1010 HIS OWN COIN Knox Gave Root What Root Had Passed Out to Depew Senator Depew told a little story on himself and Senator Hoot in a speech at a lInnet in Washington to Mr Hoot by the New York Republican congressionalI delegation When Hoot was secretary or state said Senator Depew I went over to see him timid asked him if he couldnt do something for me In the line of consular appointments He said Semi ator Im sorry J would like to do something for New York ImtulltI Mr Root picked up a paper from his deskII see that New Yorks quota Is now exceeded by 14 per cent Yell continued Senator Dopow I kept going to see Senator Root for a year Every time 1 went to see him he would remind me that New Yorks quota was exceeded by 14 per cent Funnily I said Mr Secretary I think youre a great statesman but your mathematics are inclined to be auto matte After awhile Mr Knox became sec retary of state Senator Depew said when the laughter had subsided Sen atom Hoot wont up to see him about consular appointments Im sorry said Mr Kmioxbutand he turned to a document 111ell1nd that New Yorks quota Is now exceeded by 14 per cent New York Sunni Notice All election officers having keys and stencils for November election 1909 will please bring or send them in at once The six months time is up Respectfully H M Beard Clerk Notes From a Housekeepers Diary I hind been bothered greatly by mire getting Into my buffet says a house wife in the Boston Cooking School Magazine I now have had an ordl nary piece of window screening neatly tacked over tho bottom and back of tho bullet This plan works like a charm aud I have not been annoyed by Mr Mouse and his family since I wonder how many know that they can buy mica chimneys They have tho ud imago over glass of standing tho ilea iiiid not breaking They maybe bought for 20 cents A man who deals extensively In brooms told mo that thosu of the unit ural color wear far better than those of green straw In order to give them the green color they have to be dip pod in a preparation which they say impairs tho quality of tho straw and causes them to ijrcak very quickly when In use Before hemming new napkins or ta blecloths It saves much time and trou blo to turn the hems by means of till machine Adjust the hemmer and slm ply run them through without needle or thread thus creasing the hem more evenly and quickly than could be done by hand Now is the time to use a Want Ad a 1 v tf i tmm I WOOLI r I IWe want to buy your wooland will pay the I HighestMarket Price IIinCash Dont sell until you see us I Irvington Produce Co I IiBRANCHES I Harried Ky GurlieVl Ky Ekron Ky IWot Point K- yWEEKLY t f lJ A r Courier 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PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 Announcement has been made of the commencement exorcises ofl the graduating clays of the Cloverpdrl IIigh School to bo held in the anditorium of the Lucilo Memorial Friday evening May 20th The I graduates are Misses Hazel Holdor Virginia McGavock Beatrice HcCracken Susie Newton Mildred Babbage Katherino Wroe and t Mr Mark Parretto Wo congratulate the girls and wo are proud too of the young man who has had enough grit energy and determi nation to go on without a single boy as a companion or fellow worker to encourage him He deserves honorable mention for there are seemingly few boys nowadays who appreciate an education enough to work for it they are quite willing to work for dollars but not will ing to tax their brain for that which makes them capable broad minded men Prof Tanner and Mrs Reid are arranging an entertaining program for the occasion and if the Presbyterians can offer to so generously spare their handsome little edifice the public will no doubt give the young people the honor of a large audience and their good wishes for a happy commencement Circuit Court convened at Hardinsburg Monday Judge Slack of Owensboro presiding Bob Layman Commonwealths Attorney of Elizabethtown was also present and delivered ringing charge to the Grand Jury There was a great crowd in town and everybody in- line spirits notwithstanding they had been deluged with rain and hull on Saturday Peace and plenty and a fair prospect for good in from section of the countycrops was the good word brought every Everything looks good for Breckenridgo county farmers this year and when it is good for the farmer the balance of us will get our share The reason the world made slow progress for thousands of years was that there were no printing presses and each generation had to start anew Now we have the records of all that man has done be fore and every generation builds on a solid basis of what the previous ones have done When I made up my mind to snake a fortune I made up my mind to make it easy for other men to obtain an education through books I owe everything I have got to my access to books Andrew Carnegie Charlie Oclze has one of the handsomest and most attractive homes on the pike His beautiful lawn and flowers make one wish for just such a homo in the country Frank Jolly has made a wonder ful improvement in his home Silas Millers home is also beautiful and inviting and when Thos Bcard completes his improvements on tho old Hambleton place there will be another pretty homo on the pike The pike from end to enjll could bo made an avenue of ideal homes Dr Newsom surely left the Hardinsburg pike in fine shape We never saw it in finer condition The Doctor took great pride in this Toad spent lots of money and much of his time looking after it 1he enterprising women of ITardinsburg gave a nice lunch in the Court House on Monday To avoid unkind criticism say nothing be nothing do nothing Pra Elbertus I I IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT l BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT s ON Q ssrr Miss Willa Drury went to Louisvil Tuesday to attend the Kentucky JDerb She will visit her sister Miss B Ada Drury on Fourth Ave Mrs H H Kemper leaves today Cor Frankfort where she will spend ten days with Dr and Mrs Minish Mrs Evan Pusey of Chicago 111 will arrive here this week to spec some time with her mother Mrs Mary W Munford- C J Carnegia spent Saturday in the city on a business trip- ATTRACTIVE PARTY One of the prettiest parties given since the opening of spring was that or Thursday when Mrs dharlie L Chamberlain entertained the members of ner club The attractive house was redolent with Marechal neil roses and snow balls and other outside blooms Delicious refreshments were served Mr and Mrs Edd McAfee spent the week end at Cloverport the guests of Mrs McAfees mother Mrs Mullen Mrs Edd Alexander was the guest of Mr and Mrs F W Rhodes at Medeor Sunday MAY HAVE NATURAL GAS A movement is on foot here which It it succeeds Irvington will have natural gas in the near future Mr A W Herring of Lima Ohio is here Cor that purpose Two carloads ot mach leery arrived last week and the men will be ready to go to boring In a Cew days Mr Herring has selected the spot for drilling in a field of Mr Jnc Lewis Henry ini the rear edition of town That there is natural gas iIn large quantities under this city is believed to be certain as large deposit have been struck In boring wells IIn Carious sections of this country METHODIST REVIVAL The music at the series of meeting in the Methodist church will be a spe zial feature All who sing are Invited to participate If you play on any musical instrument bring it with you ind use it to praise God with Everybody welcome Rev Harry Malllanc will conduct the music and will help Rev May with the preaching- Mr A B Coleman who has been visiting his son Dr Reesor at Stith ton for the past few days returnee Monday The school census of Irvington has seen completed and shows the number of children of school age to be 135 at increase of 16 over last year Mrs Ben Bates and little son have eturned after a visit to relatives it LouisvilleRev W Graves gives a pleasing account of his church and prospects at Yuburn KY The church is a beautiful uptodate structure Mr Graves has been invited to make the annual address to the graduating class the first of June Mrs Newsom Gardner and Misses- Ola and Nellie Smith spent Sunday at Juston with Mrand Mrs James Smith Mrs T C Mathews and children have returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Hodgensville NEW CUMBERLAND CHURCH The plans and specifications for the new Cumberland Presbyterian church as submitted by the architect Rev R H Morefield were accepted by the building committee of the church am the work is under way The new edi fice will cost about 3000 and will be erected on the site on the north side of Walnut St Mrs Harry Major and children of Louisville came down last week anc are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Work on the Moremen building or Main street which will be occupied by R L Hardaway as a grocery store Is progressing rapidly The contractor will push the work as much as possible Mr Hardaway will install new goods in as soon as the store is gotten in shapeIMPROVEMENT LEAGUE A partial organization of our good women into a town Improvement League has been made The organiza tion will be completed on next Friday afternoon at 230 oclock at the Public Hall Every woman interested in beautifying and developing the town is cordially invited to be present at the hall next Friday Concerated action is necessary to success Mrs R B Mc Glothlan has charge of the work and it being well done It is a wonderful lisimprovementProf Martin of Hardinsburg was a visitor of Mr and Mrs A D Pullnam Saturday Miss Bennett of Custer was the guest of her aunt Mrs Mary Roberts Saturday on her way home from Bowl ing Green where he had been attend ing NormalCLOSING EXERCISES The closing exercises which took place on Friday morning were much appreciated by the parents and friends assembled After the program was completed interesting discussions brought out many good points relative to the preservation of the forests and birds Misses Eliza Piggott Katharine Wimp and Mary Alexander completed the eighth grade and passed in all subjects thus fitting them for High School Welcome AddressEdmund Carter Scripture Reading Nature Lovers CreedThe school Spring Blossoms Second Grade Some Small Sweet Way Dana Lyddan It Is Not Rain ing Rain To MeReba Bolin The Song of The BobolinkJack Board Because a Bird SangLewis Bennett Moreman From The Birds of Kellings worthttRuth Marshall Flowers of My Native HillsideMary Heron Thoughts for The Discouraged Farmer Crafton Cunningham Spring Days Katharine Wimp Some Historical TreesMary Alexander The Tulip TreeEIza Piggott If the best js not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use CHiKdrort Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA ROSETTA Rev B W Hardin filled his regular appointment Sunday ander has them all at that will suit all Do not you sec I have Ladies kinds of muslin at than can make it Nice Line of 50o up to 250 black silk under 1 IIq Give cle- e lE- o ran ata way lea ore nel 81 ly- t r His a arc E- Nol i W frcJ fro InllnIRJLI II r It I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I EXCONGRESSMAN MEEKISON COMMENDS PERUNA Oxl 111 I H I have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly S thereby from my catarrh of the head I feel encouraged to believe that I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the ot thirty years standing David Meekison cor OTHER REMARKABLE Mr Jacob L Davis Galena Stone county Mo writes I have been In bstr health for years and after taking tvrejvo bottles of your Fenuu 1 am cured Mr 0 N Peterson lag South Main St Council Bluffs Iowa write wel I cannot tell you how much good Poruna has done mo Constant conflnemc 1 In my store began to toll on my health and I felt that I wag gradually breaks down I tried several remedies but obtained no permanent relief until I took ITa runa lIeU better immediately and fivo bottles restored me to complete healtl I11 A SINCERE Mr D 0 Prosser Bravo Allegan Co Mich writes Two years age 1 was badly afflicted with catarrh of tho stomach I hal had a run of typhd Cllv fevor was very depleted I could find nothing I could eat without causing 1 tress and sour stomach Finally I came to the conclusion that I had catarrh u tho stomach and Poruna advertised began to take it It helped mo SOlg and after taking three or four bottles I was entirely cured of stomach troub 1 and can now eat j doI Several from here attended court J H Meador was in LOuis iilea I Monday I week on W G Lawson is on the sick list J W Moorman spent Friday I Miss Sheila Legrand visited Miss Louisvllle Bt Bessie Brown Sunday Miss Blanche Jolly was the guest bQ Mr and Mrs Murray Board spent Mrs W A Hynes last Wednesday I Saturday night and Sunday with her Several from here will attend ms mother Mrs Brown races in Loufoville begining the 10 drt Mr and Mrs Owen Gilpin of GusteV Rev and Mrs King spent were guests of Mr and Mrs W N Ad with T J Stith at Stith s valley art kisson Sunday If the best is not too good for De Lewisport Best flour is the flour i to use he BIG our Route Notes J Mrs Achilles Moorman went to Louis 155 round trip to Owensboro Iu Ht ville Friday to see a physican She 13 returning same date account Ri To has been sick since January ling Bros Circus i Van B Willson was in Louisville last 0co3 round t I to Louisville May returning no I a er thanJun Miss Carrie Millnard has returned to Also May 12 1419 2126 28 SO i Louisville June 2 and returning two days aWtwith her sister Mrs J D Meador date of sale account Spring RacesBQ SU 1 JIII D01 i II 0O Qoi i III QOi JI ICZIOIZDI M DlDl t AVENT pictured yourself in that new suit you just about hov you would like it to look and fit and wear And dont you recall the troubles of th M past in finding your particular suit because ot small stock etc One great advantag 1 in buying 1 Se is the wide range of fabrics styles and sizes Our new Spring display in j it eludes so many models theres no chance of having to buy a suit you dont want t 01 Kirschbaum Clothes are allwool and hand look for the label guarantee these goods Should you find in the cloth or tailoring aPKirschbaum handmade garment return the same and money will be refunded F I ForHouse Carpetshus prices buy until what Muslin UnderwearAll underwear Alexanders cheaper you Ladies ReadyMade Waistsfrom also HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS l I I I I I I benentecI Havent patterns skirts Big Lot Laces at 5o worth 10c nice lino of ladies readymade skirts at popular prices A Snappy Line Of LowCuts For Men Boys and Ladies for spring and summer now in stock at prices that will suit r ExCongressman lV Meekison Gives Praise To Peruna k4For Reliefd From Catarrh thI disease CASESSthirtyseven RECOMMENDATIONas seeing anythingof businessMJ Thurs SPRINGSought Henderson BIweekafterhavingspentthewinter iJCDO YOUR IDEA OF CLOTHESyou imagined H Kirschbaum Clothes tailoredAlways Wetiimperfection Cleaning Oxfords E Ladies Wash Suits- All f fc colors at 500 a suit worth050tf Ask to see them v4 You will find the most complete lino ofwhite goods and wash goods in Breokenridgo county IItLadiesi Trimmed flatsftrNice line of ladiQs ready to wear i hats from 150 to 500 tnJJ I I IUI 1 J r 1 ED F ALEXANDER Irvington KCflkWkLJ lOJCZIOCDIt QO J II 101J 01t=QO a 0 0 0I 0J= QAI i Qo- V 1 r 1 1 c e I ft Reliable l s RemedyFYS FYSlysIs quickly absorbed 1FOR COL- NIves Rofcl at Onco qRHl hEgO cleanses soothesH YIEVER eels and voteetsQP10 diseased mom rano resulting fromso LDl fttarrh and drives way a Gold in thoE ro lead quickly lie UAV FFlfFtores the Souses of IIH I I bV K l aste and Smell Full size CO cts fjt Drui ists or by mail In liquid form 75 cent ly Brothers GO Warren Street New Yorl r J 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 i rriKl rIrIRIKrK KIKIRIrrrtrKrrirrlrtr LITTLE HOME ABOUT i HOME PEOPLE FAR i AND NEAR e X SSI KKKRRRK K RKrKKIK ra 1K U JjfSMntthigs Rugs Oilcloths Noltes I 1eff Dillon was in Louisville Satur dayLet Noltes have your window shade order z Everything good to eat and wear at Noltes Barney Bohler has been visiting iIn CincinnatiMrs Ferry has returned horn from Louisville Harold Gregory was here Sunday from Louisville The newest in Ladies and Children Oxfords at Noltes Midsummer line of shoesat SippeT Mite lIat 1 The Shoe Store S 01 Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office w Swell line of Ladies and Children in b strap pumps at Noltes una Mr and Mrs John Lawson and bab rite were in Louisville Sunday kiMr and Mrs Alvin Simons and Pro ea Tanner were in Guston Sunday ok1 ealtl Messrs Clyde Morrison Thos Touse and Floyd Whitehouse have been ill ageMrs Pate and daughter Miss phd Claudia were in Louisville Saturday g d Mrs John Burks of Louisville is the rhguest of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer 0801 ouMrs C T McClanahan and children of Henderson were expected yester J day I For the best shoes and most reason 1 table prices go to SippelThe Shot Y Many I Ice Cream Supper May 17 on the V Baptist parsonage lawn Come every est I body ay I Pretty dressy shirt waists of goon ndI I material for sale by Mrs James Cor 10 drey irS Melvin Black of Pierce Citybas I arrived to visit Mrand Mrs John or Dean Llr if If the best is not too good for you I Lewisport Best flour is the flour you I ought to use I Mr anti Mrs Henry Howard of J M Henderson are visiting Mrs Thos MI Tousey J C J Cox of New Bethel this J county sells the famous Lewisport J BEST flour a 1Misses Esther and Lucy Hallof Holt tJ were the guests of Mr and MnjWaltei j Barboe last week J A new line of elegant stylish mid J summer hats have been received by IJ Mrs James Cordrey I Miss Margaret Peyton of Hardins burg has been visiting Miss Mildred Moorman at Glendeane Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Miss Virginia of Versailles have been visiting relatives in Alabama iMiss Mary Jarboe of Bowling Green 1vas the guest of her parents Mr and i Mrs John Jarboe last week Rev L S Sanders was here Tuesday as happy and genial as ever Held services at Toblnsport Sunday Send your mail orders for hats to Mrs James Cordrey and these will be I given best and personalI attention Mrs Hugh Atkinson and attractive little daughters Margaret and Nancy of Chicago are guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Send your orders for Joy of The PressBy Kentuckians in Newspaper work compiled by Louise to the Breckenridge News office Price 15 I cents the copy Misses Eva and Edith Plank will go to Louisville toniorrowtMiss Edith is studying vocal music and her voice is very sweet and rich Mr and Mrs Harvey Stone will go to housekeeping on the second floor of the residence of Mr and Mrs AIH Murray on the East Side of town- Sendr your order to the News office for copies of Joys of The Press by Kentuckians in Newspaper Work cora u piled by Louise Price Is cents the opy I If you want Disc Harrows Corn f Qiprilla t Double Shovel Plows Cultiva r irs Riding or Walking Mowing Mar chines or Fertilizers call on Julian H j owuSfymtmber my sfaof gale is going on G Q i kJt- J p and continues to go on until June 15th I am selling mens womens and childrens all styles from Common- Sense to the latest at costJ H BrownMr Cleburne E Gregory formerl city editor of the Owensboro Ky In quirer has gone to Tucson Ariz where he has accepted tl position on the editorial staff of the Arizona Star American Auxiliary- R F Russell of Evansville cam last Thursday to be at the bedside ol his wife who was visiting her sister Mrs W R Laslie They returned to their home Monday accompanied by their son Burrlce M and her lather W F Johnson HARDINSBURG There are but two more weeks of the Public School Harry Hoben is learning telegraph with Mr Whitworth Rev Islah Cline Friday complete his 20 days of census taking Cash paid for poultry and eggs at Jarboe Bros The graduating examinations will beheld at the Public School Building Fri day and Saturday t Mrs Judith DeJarnette returned Sat urday from a three weeks visit to Mr and Mrs E B English of Owens boroWhitewash paint and nature great are making Harinsburg a plat of beautyMrs H Beard left Friday for several days visit to friends in Louis villa and to Mr and Mrs D R Murray of Indianapolis There will be a meeting of the citizens here on Monday night to organize- a school improvement league- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell were In Garfield Sunday Mr and Mrs T B Henderson ol Webster were the guest of relatives her last week Dont forget to see Jarboe Bros be fore selling your wool They pay cash Prof Martin went to Irvington Sat urday returning Sunday Deputy Sheriff Perkins brought uj Dliver Webb colored of Cloverport md lodged him in jail Friday Webb is charged with having violated the local option law Franklin Beard of the firm of Beard look R Shellman bicycle repairers was in Louisville Saturday laying it supplies needed in their business Mr and Mrs Marcus Kincheloe at tended the funeral of Mrs Anne Norton tear Freedom Saturday She was the widow of Aaron Norton several years leceasedMiss Lucile Beard daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard of this city will be one of the graduating class in Expression at Buena Vista Va this week The graduating recital will be given on Saturday evening Miss Beard will return home after a few weeks- S Burrls Boll returned to Mattoon Ill Saturday after a two weeks visit to his father N P Bell aged 80 who has been quite ill Mrs Bell and the children remain for two weeks more with relatives Following his custom of the past ten years Dr Mather will preach each Wednesday ight ot Court His sub ject tonight is Graded Penalties Henry Eskrfdge and Mrs Jesse Ksk ridge of Louisville spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Both the Woodmen of the World and the Modern Woodmen are rapidly in creasing in their membership at this place Twenty odd members were initiated into the latter organization last week and a like number is ready to be received into the Woodmen of the WorldThe ladies of the Southern Method ist Womans Home Mission Society arc to have a gathering at the church on Friday night in connection with their work An interesting program has been arranged in which Prof Mar tin Is included and all members of the society are also expected to take part Senator Gus Brown returned Friday from Lexington where he attended the organization meeting of the State Re districting Committee appoint d by i the last legislature This committee will prepare its report for redistrict ing the state congressionallyand other wise and have it ready for the next legislative session One of the best equipped law offices in the state outside the largest cities is here in Hardinsburg the property of Judge Moorman The Judge is giving his entire time to law since politics the county affairs arid editoral duties have been laid aside The extent and arrangement of his library and the use he is making of it will favorably im press anyone who comes in contact with the Judge STEPHENSPORT I I Mrs L Kennedy is very low at this writing with no hope of her recovery George Jamison left Monday for Toledo 0 to visit his children Mr Jamisons health has been failing for soma time but we hope the change will be a benefit to him and that he will be able to return He has been in our town for several years and made quite a number of friends who will miss him R A Skillman is here from West Point for awhile R A Smith accompanied Mr Jamison I as far as Louisville on his trip to OhioMrs Me Stiff returnel to her hpme in Henderson Sunday accompanied by her granddaughter little Miss Margaret Stiff + + I WartsWanted+ + WANTEn o mon ut once to work In stoi makingn 160f pieceper daya3tenc work Oood living accommodations Meol TompklnsntnrnndenburK For Sale Eight Room House pon SAl R Two story house with 8 room onboutgoostablesloonLionono side and church on the other Prlco 82 OkndeunICyFor Sale Sheep nOHOUGHIWED Shropshire and rLstot yourandIckson Cloverport Ky For SaleStore WE IconsieIngofDryUoods Etc Will soil houseuivnui ui rent nburu and Iwolllng combined Good stand and goo i mstncts Ear further particulars write It Jaslmmii R Son Raymond ICy For SaleScholarship UowllUFGreonwent of that University reckenrldKo Naws lovcrport Ky Cemetery Notice ALt persons wanting lots c1t aped In tilt see A L UIOKETTS Give port ICy rIuli l I IANEW LI- NEFOUNTAIN PENS AT PRICES TO SUIT 1 Severs Drug Co 1 1j j Miss Bettin Kincheloe of Hardins burg Is the guest of Mrs C A Tlnli Mrs Brook Bennett and children c Sample are guests of her sister Mr eff Tomer Dr Nevitt was calltd toMedora Mot day to the bedside of Mrs Lonni Rhodes W J Schopp went to Loulsvll Sunday P JPettit is progressing nicely wit his gasoline boat Harry Me It will b- the largest and best equipped boat the has ever been built at this place Mrs Belle Crawford is expecte ome this week from Mississippi I H I II I SHOE NEW Spring and Summer t styles on sa1eJow Ianything a little bit smarter and more exclusive than usual TIre kind you see I onParis boulevards Fifth Avenue tooEvery last and r leather that a woman could ossiWy want at any time J Ce NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY Mrs M L Roberts is visiting in Yelvington Louisville flarket Report Louisville May 10 1910Speclal CornNo2 white 72 I OatsNo2 mixed 4- 4EggsMarket quiet case count 17 rehandled 18J Poultry Hens 15 and IOc per k 20kgeese 70- Hogs Tops 040 light pigs 840 Roughs 3 10 down IISheep and LambsBest foil J8fat sheep 67cSpring lambs lambsII WheatNo 3 Hed anti Longberry 108 fllt1 Wool Pile market is dull and lower Kentucky and Indiana clear merchan table grease wool 24144254 Bluegrass s wool 2626 burry wool 13 22c If according to burrs black wool 21 22 dead sheep and seedy wool 18 20c merino 18 20c tub washed 32 jrc Wool should not be tied with sisal rope 1 1A soft twine should be be used Wool must be dry and in good condition ande sheep tags taken off e McGAVOCKS NOTES h Mrs Ruby Hodgenson and baby of e near Hardinsburg have been the guests t of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ball man this week Newmand1 were the guests of Miss Melissa Pum phery Sunday Joy Beatty went to Patosville Sat urdayMr Charlie Simmons went to Mass idona Wednesday to attend the funeral of his mother who died Thursday The Victoria and Honey Locust boys crossed bats here Sunday with a score of 21 to rn in favor of Victoria Quiet a number from here attended church at Cloverport Thursday Mr John Beatty purchased a fine ow and calf from Mr Holder Clover port Tuesday Miss Hallie Beatty visited Miss Mary Ballman Wednesday Mr Winfield Pate went to Clover gort Tuesday Mr William Pumphery Sr lost a good mare one day this week Mat Murray is making ties for John BeattyMr Mort Pumphery was in Clover port Wednesday- Mrs Knight and children wore the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ballman Wednesday Mr Joe Simmons has a position with the L H St L Telegraph Company I IMiss Hallie Beatty is getting along nicely with her school at this place I IIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use r330334 W Market St ALCON 5flf Everything for Everybody 219 Fourth Avenue J0 pBUMilsD IN J at prices to Suit Everybody INCORPORATED COME TO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY I Two Big Attractions OneiY is the Ringling Bros Circus the other Attractive Prices and Artistic Display of Fashionable and Dependable Summer Merchandise 0 At J Bacon Sons Store jV We invite youIto make this Store your headquarters meet friends write letters telephone busi ness messages etc Waiting room on the First Floor Balcony =THIS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MERCHANTS REBATING PERIOD ==r Come to Louisville do your shopping attend the Circus and have your railroad fares refunded j t Ii 0 lI + 0 ++r I r Lure l TheCHAPTER A nox OF CIO- AnsON the way up to Rome Illllard and his pupil had n second class compartment nil to themselves The train was n fast one for the tiny of slow travel has passed In Italy and the cry of speed Is heard over the land There was n change of cars at Home tad a wait of two hours After luncheon Merrihew secretly bought two boxes of cigars to carry along They were good cigars and cost ilm S15 Ho covered them with som newspapers and nt the station succeQd ed by SOniC legerdemain In slipping them into one of his cases IJlllarii would Imvo lectured him on his ex travaganoe and this was a good way to avoid It But some hours later he was going to be very sorry that he had not made n confidant of his guide As they were hoarding the train they noticed two gentlemen getting into the forward compartment of the carriage Humph Our friend with the scar said Illllard Wo do not seem able to shake him Id like to shako him He goes against the grain1 somehow Merri hew swung into the comportment I wonder why the Sandfords dropped him For some good reason They are n liberal pair and If our friend forward offended them It must have been some thing outside the pale of forgiveness But I should like to know where old Giovanni is I miss him Poor devil said Merrihew with careless sympathy The train started Monte Carlo Gold gold little round pieces of gold Merrihew rub bed his hands like n miser Hard to get and heavy to hold quoted Illllard I suppose that you Lave a system already worked out Of course I shall win If I stick to It Or If the money lasts Bury your system my boy It will do you no good Trust to luck only Monte Car lo is the graveyard of systems But maybe my system Is the one You cant tell till I have tried it Soon the train began to lift Into the mountains the beautiful Apennines By the time they arrived in Genoa late nt night both compared favorably with the coalers In the harbor of Na pies Early the next morning the adven turers set out for Monte Carlo more tunnels a compartment tilled with women nnd children But the beauty of the Riviera was compensation VcntlriUglla or Vintlmllle has a sin liter sound in the oars of the traveler if perchance he be a tuna fond of his tobacco The train drew In A dozen steps more and ono was virtually in France But there is generally a slight hitch before one takes the aforesaid stops the French customs A porter popped his head Into the window Eight minutes for examination of luggage he cried Come Jan cried Illllard lively If we want good seats when we come nut Wo change trains After a short skirmish they located their belongings They would have toI bepatientAmong the inspectors nt Ventlmlglla Is a snail wizened Frenchman with a face as cold and impassive as the sand blown sphinx Ho possesses among other accomplishments a nose pccul Jar less for Its shape than for its smell He can smell out tobacco as a witch doctor In Zululand smells out n devil Fate directed this Individual toward the Americans Illllnrd knew him of old and he never forgets a face this wizened little man Monsieur has nothing to declare he asked Illllard made a negative sign mend r i opened his cases With scarce a glance at their contents and waving aside the coupons the Inspector up plied tho chalk and turned to Merrl howMonsieur has nothing to declare herepeatedMerrihew shook his head airily NIentc nlento he said in his best Italian Ho did not understand what the inspector said Ho merely hind suspicionsLook I suddenly exclaimed Illllard Passing out of tho door which fed to liberty and to France their luggugo guaranteed by cabalistic chalk marks were two women Ono of them was veiled tho other was not Kitty Kllllgrew as I liver shouted Merrihew nmlclng a dash for the door But tho Inspector blocked tho way beckoned to a gendarme who come over and calmly pointed to Merri bows unopened cases ftieai MaskI By- HAROLD MAC GRATHi Copyright 1908 by the Bobbi Merrill Co 1 rNN NNN1 Open said the Inspector Hut Mcrrlliew struggled to pass 11101 heavens sake cried Illllard be patient mind open the cases at onceAMcrrlliew handled his keys clumsily It Is ever thus when one Is in a hurry Finally ho threw back time lids foiling that In another moment he must have spouted Italian or French out of pure magic simply to tell this fool Inspector what he thought of him Oho monsieur In a hurry mocked the Inspector Nothing nothing lie tool out two boxes of cigars Why the devil didnt you tell DIP you lad them t Illllard demanded wrathfully To timid the women by this stroke of luck and then to lose them again for two boxes of cigars It was maddening The Inspector went through Mcrrl hews possessions with premeditated leisure Everything had to come out lie even opened the shaving sots the Lollnr box the pin cases amid the tie lag Will you hasten asked Illllard Wo do not wish to miss this train Others follow said the Inspector laconically Illllard produced a five franc piece The Inspector laughed without noise and shook his head This one Inspector IIs Impervious to money or smooth speeches lie Is the law personified Inexorable Illllard strained his eyes but saw neither Kitty nor the veiled lady again Doubtless they were already on the train Had Merrihew been an old traveler he would have left him to get to Monte Carlo the best way he could but Merrihew was as helpless as n child and he hadnt the heart to desert him though he deserved to be desert rd Ding fling went the bell Wh o vhoe went the whistle The trail iur Monte Carlo was drawing out sad they were being left behind Illllard swore jtyid Merrihew went white rith Impotcrtt anger If only he could hit something The inspylxtr smiled and went on with his decol r work When he was certain that tin could not poss sibly catch time train he handed the cigars to their owner and pointed to a sign the other side of the barricade What shall I do now Taclr Merri hew asked I refuse to help you Find out your selfSo Merrihew hopeless and subdued went Into the room designated saw the cigars talon out timid weighed took the bill and presented It with a hun dred lire note nt the little window in the off room- Procuring his change he found Illl lard sitting disconsolately on the bar ricadeI you are perfectly satisfied said IlllJml with an amiability which Cant Work When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work and are tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of pure vegetable herbs ilrCARDUIThe Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I myhousework I cant say too much for Cardui it has done so much for me Your druggist sells Car dui Get a bottle today r c wouldnt have passed muster any whereOh Im satisfied answered Mcrrl hen lie stuffed his pockets with cigars slammed the boxes Into the case and locked them up I warned you about tobacco- I know It You should have told me- I know that too but 1 didnt wiin you to letlure me- A Ilecture would late been better than waiting here In this barn for three hours rile hours despondently Oh thereH a restaurant but its not much better titan tills Its hndfiles and greasy plates And by the time they had found the Illstoranto Tornaghl miserable and uninviting they were laughing Only 1 wish I knew where they wore going was Hlllards regret They V said Merrihew Yes The woman with Kitty Is the woman 1rn going to timid if I stay in Europe ten years And when I find her Im going to marry her Sounds good said Merrihew pour ing himself n third glass of very Indlf ferent Bcnune And they may be going anywhere but to Monte Carlo Paris Cherbourg Calais In my opinion Monte Carlo la the last place two such women are likely to go to alone So they sat in the dingy restaurant smoking and laughing and grumbling till the next train was announced At 4 that afternoon they arrived without further mishap at the most interesting station of its size in Europe Monte CarloAnd then into the omnibus adjoin ing came the man with the scar- S t r The Riviera from San Homo on the Italian side to Cannes on the French possesses n singular beauty Villcfranche stands above Nice be tween that white city and Monte Car 110 It is quiet and lovely For this the great army of tourists pass It by There is no casino no band no streets full of tantalizing shops On the very western limit of Vlllcfrnnche on the winding white road which rises out of Nice Is n modest little villa so modest that n ballerina would scorn It amid a duchess Ignore It In the balcony Ia Slgnorlnn reposed in n steamier chair gazing seaward The awning cast a warm glow as of gold upon her face mod hair a trans parent shadow She was at this mo ment the most precious thing upon which the eye may look a wholly beautiful woman Kitty Kllllgrew standing in the casement window stared at her silently not without some envy not without some awe What was going on behind those dreamy eyes Hilda i sold Kitty Yes Kitty Who and what aro you Kitty risked bravely La Slgnorinns eyes wandered till they met Kittys Amid what good would it do you to know Would it bring money from home any sooner You already know that I am unhappy The adventuress nhvnys is- Adventuress Kitty laughed scorn fully The proprietor pretends he ila Slynorlna turned again in a passion flcrcc and sudden does not know you but I am certain he does IIo forgets himself sometimes in tho way ho bows to you Kitty paused then asked Wont you tell mo what the secrets How beautiful that white sail looksYou know all about me went on Kitty stubbornly Because you told me I never risked you a single question Is itlove Love La SignorIna shrugged Poor Kitty you are trying in vnln to make n romance out of my life You should not read so much it Is not curiosity declared Kitty It is because I love you and because it makes me sad when I hear ycji laugh when I see you beat your hands against the chair as you did Just now La Slguorlna turned again in a pas sion which was us fierce as it was sud den There is a man she hissed her eyes llntIngBut I loathe him I hate him I abhor him And were it not wicked to kill ho would have been dead long ago Enough If you ever ask another question I will leave you- I am sorry said Kitty Ho was false to you and broke your heart No Kitty only my pride It Is n strange world mused Kitty Let us turn to our affairs I re + ceived n letter today From homo eagerly- I have no hone Kitty The letter Is from a friend in Naples Mr nil lard and Mr Merrlhow friends of yours are In Italy I co Kitty could scarcely believe her ears Where are they Where are they stopping That I do not know But listen They have started out to find us When I tell you that Mr Hlllard Is the gentleman I dined with that night before we snllrd you will understand my reasons for wishing to avoid him From this time on we must never ap pear on the streets without our veils If by chance We meet them we must give no sign It will be only for a lit tiC while Your letter will come soon nnd you may renew your acquaintance with these two gentlemen when you return hone It may be nard for you but If you wish to stay with me my will must he n law unto you Not Its speak to them If we meet them urged Kitty in dismay But that Is cruel of you They nro both gentlemen I do not know Mr Merrihew but I con say that Mr Illllard is a gentle man As for being cruel I am not only selfish Arc you not a queen who has runaway from n kingdom asked Kitty bitterly Cane reads about them everyday in the papers My dear you are free to choose one of two paths I shall not urge you ono way or tho other but you must choose nowSeveral minutes passed Kitty looked out to soa and LaSIgnorlna closed her eyes In her heart Kitty knew that she could no more leave this woman than she could fly She was held by curiosity by sentiment by tho romantic mysteryI she said at length I shall stay with you Thanks Kitty And now the affairs of the company Wo have played three days mind have lost steadily Tonight will be the last chance Win or lose tomorrow we shall return to Ven ice I do not nice the Idea of going to Monte Carlo at night It IIH not ex actly safe But since beggars mustnt bo chonsers we must go Again I warn ynu to speak to no one while f am playing and under no circum stances raise your veil They have begun to notice us but It will end to night I wns mad to think that I could win And by the way Kitty we shall not go hack to tho Campo Formosa Kitty accepted this news brightly If there was one place she limited it was tho Campo Now run amid dress advised La Slgnorlnn Let me dream a little more while tho sun sets She knew men tolerably well After thirty they cerise to follow visions they seek tangible things No they must never meet lignIn It would not be wise tier heart galled by disillusion night not withstand mini storming And she had no wish to add this irretrievable folly to the original blunder She was afraid No they must go their separate ways till the end With n sigh she rose and went Into the room Kitty was busy with the finishing touches of her toilet Them older woman kissed her fondly And do you realize that you are the most beautiful woman in the world asked Kitty Little flatterer And if I were a manKItty paused Id full in love with you and marry youLa Slgnorlnn looked Into the mirror To be continued An Awful Record Every vear thousands of men and women die of kidney disease who might have been cured if its presence had been discovered in time and a prompt treatment with Kidnets adopted If you have backache kidney trouble or other symptoms of kidney disease begin using Kidnets immediately Drug gists and dealers sell it for 50 cents Japanese Day Nurseries Mrs Arthur M Dodge president of the National Association of pay Nur series is shortly to deliver a large number of handkerchiefs as a present to the babies of time day nurseries of Japan The handkerchiefs were con tribyted by a Chicago woman Ac cording to Mrs Dodges report there are but two day nurseries In the whole of Japan and at one of them only two of tho 20 babies cared for go home at night There is a Japanese woman at the head of the institution and the mothers of most of the babies aro serving sentences in prison The other day nursery is in Yokohama and is managed by an English woman A third is being arranged for in Oka yama a large factory town by Miss Adams a missionary who has recent ly returned from her American home SUBSCRIBE I nrwarmarMv rM RINGLING BROS 181rl rleC Worlds Greatest eCcs I Iaktcc ktu li I OWENSBORO IIrI lrlIr Irof May 13th 19101IP u toeo 1P ws1nw+ r1 r wdl dlco cota It BY PURCHASING s Save 75 ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS aii for only Jzs The regular price is gioo Those who bring or maillC1 this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling usTlwhere they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of ill 2S Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready m now buy one for future use r an I I PRINOIPAL I a J I I I BUSINESS COLLEGEgoorroara I Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY inIn Inco oIJ P1 RURAL TELEPHONES A sein inW X Mr Farmer arc you interested 1 If so call on the ot- m m m OJmI mors I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY pa A Incorporated 07 1 1Anything to Sell or Trade I1 Ilfyou have andwill let us advertise it for you you will sure find a buyer or a trader for it right away I UFJpNews Want Ads Bring Results 1i i Ic j a tAJJW J NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE f 7f But They DO Much 1t They help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact they y sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted a If you have a Small Business and Want More Business I 1 Try a Breckenridge News Want Adn v The fact that they arm helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you Mh oj t VM Write Call or Telephone If notconvenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 We wiUItoll you r the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient 1M1fWIftA1IW1AnJVtIMtJfMMtfYWWJIIif ai f n R n ii = How TO SELECT FISH + i Skin Should Be Bright Eyes Full and Gill Pink 1 In purchasing fish miys Marlon Bar iris Nell principal of the Philadelphia ItChool of cookery freshness Is the ue- et fossary desideratum The chief points to notice are fullness of the eye pink t ness of the gillftimd brightness of the JBkln Fish If in good condition will keep firm under pressure of the linger laid the smell though fishy Is not unpleasant but this cannot bo depend ed on ns the use of Ice may cntiHf di ticptlou on that point In purchiiHlng cod the freshness may be known bv- fttyj bluish tinge of the flesh nod tinv Jtilghtly iridescent hue of the part cut If the flesh be yellow do not buy It Flat fish should be selected by their thickness Fresh smelts have an odor of newly cut cucumber which they lose within twelve hours after being cut Fresh salmon has between the flakes a creamy white curd which solidifies In twentyfour hours IItI should be well covered with very bright scales aud the flesh should 1be of a bright red color Halibut Is n wholesome fish It should he of mid dlingsize thick nnd of n creamy white colo4In rhaosjig lobsters take till tall atid pull It away from the body ItI Is elastic and oprlngs hurt the lobster Is fresh If not It IIs stale Lob a ers and crabs are tested bv weight those of medium size having the finest flavor The varieties of fish available for food In this country tire numerous and excellent those containing the least fat are the imut easily digested Tho flesh of fish contnlns fibrin gelatin and albumen in small proportions I lurgerfAll 1 InjuIrionsrltlous as animal food and though Ilouty may not have such a satisfying upon the stomach that arises digestedIThewhich Miss Neil recommendsI j Casserole of Fish Pound half a pound of cooked white As and add a slice of bread which has been soaked in a little milk Beat well together and put through a chop ping machine then through a sieve I zr I CASSEROLE OF FISH 11I Into n basin Add two eggs one heap ing tablespoonful of finely chopped cooked meat which may be omitted one tablespoonful of melted butter and salt butter and paprika to taste wellt a well buttered fish ens = serole mold with sliced potatoes pour = I in mixture press down well and cover I with a buttered paper Set in a pan j of boiling water and bake In a hot I oven for twenty minutes Servo hot with Dutch sauce r RTo make the sauce melt one table spoonful of butter in a small saucepan stir in one tablespoonful of flour gradIY minutes add one tablespoonful of vln r E I WELL AND m mSTRON6 y4 Lydiai E Plnkhams Jiegetable Compound iTul TQffAIRnn TnwaWhen my baby with j sttw mont sold I was corn pletely jun down and my Internal gana were in terri ble shape I began t kin Lydia E SCropIemother wrote and flljwasat once and now Iam real well iW H BUBGER 700 Cherry St terson Iowa U Another Woman lured Qienwood Iowa II About three in ago I had falling and other fe te troubles and I was nothing but a and bones I was so sick I could tdo my own work Within six Bths I was made sound and well by 113E PInkhams Vegetable Com y Und I w1l1 always tell my friends n t I2upublishraiK Glenwood Iowa if you belong to that countless army Women who suffer from some form i femal1119jjust trytydla E Pinky CompoundU rtnedy been the standard tdr all forms of le ills and has cured thousands of en who have been troubled with ailments as displacements fibroid li4ulceration Inflammation lr cities backache etc ant special advice write 1iPinkham Lynn Diane liYreo and always helpful I IFY c U 11 I egar one tcnspopnrul or mustara a little snit and yolks of two eggs Stir till it thickens but do not allow it to boil theu serve Codfish Souffle Twelve ounces of codfish freed from skin and buries one gill of cream one gill of fish stock or water three eggs two tablespoonfuls of butter two tablespoonfuls of flour and seasoning Pound the flsh In a mortar and rub it through a flue sieve into a basin Melt the butter in n saucepan stir in the flour and mix over the tire for soy oral minutes without letting the flour get brown Moisten with the fish stock or water and continue to stir until the mixture becomes a smooth paste then add It to the pounded flsh beat In the eggs one by one add the cream and season with pepper salt nutmeg nnd pa prika Put this Into a well buttered souffle tin cover with a greased paper and steam or bake for forty minutes Turn out on to n hot dish nnd servo with tomato or anchovy sauce This may be poured round tim base of tho fish or over the shape Lion Fondles A Child In Pittsburg a savage lion foudeled the hand that a child thrust into his cage Danger to a child is some times great when least regarded Often its comes through Colds Croup and Whooping Cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could huve savedIA few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of croup write Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock C We always give it tohim when he takes cold Its a wonderful medicine for babies Best f r Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma HemmorhageF Weak Lungs sOc 1 00 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Monks Cloth Some persons give It a hasty look nnd call It burlap but it Is monks cloth a fascinating piece of goods the decorators particular Joy and de light made of n coarse ecru colored hempen stuff woven In a basket pat tern very heavy and so durable look lug that it even suggests Itself as a possible rug for the little used guest- room It really Is more suited to screen coy Bring in which capacity it has actually been stenciled It Is used for hangings nnd table scarfs for couch covers and wall decorations Its edges are treated to hemstitching or else a little wider space is drawn and threaded with large opaque bends In all the shades of yellow nnd Indian red or in dull blue with burnt orange This monks cloth Is n most attrac tive material In the eyes of those who have been trained to regard n quiet tone as the fitting background for rich pottery gay cushions and bright pic I ures CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Tho Kind You Nato Always Bought si t Bears the- S1gnaturo of BRAVE FIGHT WITH BRIGANDS Roumanian Woman Scorning Fear Saved the Life of Husband and Put Robbers to Rout A few nights ago a band of brigands attacked the railway station of Ros ettl on this line writes a correspondent of the London Chronicle Choosing tho hour of midnight they ap proached the station which is deso lately situated and commenced their attack on the dwelling of the telegraph clerk which stands some 200 yards from the station Itself This official possesses a savage watch dog but the brigands silenced it by throwing to it dead fowls stolen from the adjacent shed Then they proceeded to force an entrance by a back window thinking they had an easy task the only Inhabitants being the clerk and his wife They reckoned however without their host for hardly had they begun to force thO window when a door was MarvtlnjI This threw the others into disorder They rushed from the yard the clerk following but seotng he did not fire again having recklessly advanced without loading they turned on him with the nlves and axeswith which momettblsPQUrageDiua ybuffg wife ran forward and fired with a shotgun with which she had armed herself and another brigand fell wounded Picktnkup their companion they fairly cowfcd took to their heels The clerk and his wife loading followed them but un fortunatel both tell in the dark the band making their escape The gendarmerie have already ar rested some members of the band known criminals lately come Into the district They have confessed their complicity and say that being bur Boned with the wounded man and afraid if they left him of his denouncing them they threw him still living into a coop well Where his body has beensince discovered NOTICE When sending a news Item tothis of fice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of- niCrestEditor sI PROCEEDINGS Continued from last week Ordered by the court that the follow ing accounts be and they are hereby al lowed to the following named persons viz G D Shellman itemized jail nccount etc 19 20 W F Hook receipt books 1 10 Bradley Gilbert three type writer ribbons 3 00 Bradley Gilbert order books and seals 15 25 W F Hook Itemized account 3 50 W F Hook costs in Sidney Owen road case 10 35 Jake Limer viewer in Sidney Owen road case 1 00 Tom Fentress viewenin Sidney Owen road case 1 00 Lafe Cannon viewer in Sidney Owen road caset I100 Henry Matthews chainman in Sidney Owen road case 1 00 W R Moorman chainman in Sidney Owen road case 1 00 C D Payne surveyor in Sidney Owen road case 9 25 S T Smith sheriff in Sidney Owen road case 2 00 R G Gardiner school books for Indigent children 3 58 G A Wright 4 days as magis trate April term 12 00 G N Harris 4 days as magis trate April term 12 00 S H Db1 days as magistrate April term 12 00 J N Akers 4 days as magis trate April term 1200 Samual Slaughter 4 days as magistrate April term 12 00 B A Whittinghill 3 days as magistrate April term 9 00 It appearing from the sheriffs settle ment with the commissioners of this court for all taxes of the year 1900 ex cept the school fund that there are now due by the said sheriff the following amount towit To the General Expense Fund 440 11 To Pauper Fund 194 11 To Sinking Fund 2143 79 To Railroad Fund of Tax Dis trict 3227 G3 It is now ordered by the court that Milt Miller sheriff aforesaid pay said sum of II194 11 to the Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county and that said sum be credited by said Com missioner to a General Emergency or Expense Fund in his hands and that said sheriff pay said sum of J2M3 79 to said Commissioner and Receiverand that same be at once applied to the ac count at The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company as shown by Commis stoner and Receivers last report and that he pay to said Commissioner and Receiver the said sum of 440 11 which shall also be placed to the credit of said General Expense or Emergency Fund and that out of this balance of the said fund that the cost of the Sheriffs col lecting the school tax aforesaid be paid and that the sheriff payto the Commis sioner and Receiver of the RailroadTax District of Breckenridge county said sum of 322733 and that said R R Tax District Commissioner forthwith retire two more railroad bonds and that thb Supervisor of roads pay to Milt Miller 5167 overdraft on 3rd road district and 87V77 overdraft on Fifth Road Dis trict and 11057 overdraft on Sixth t Road District said road checks to be drawn on said road districts and paid out of the 1910 levy and said sheriff will turn over to Dennie Sheeran pres ent sheriff road funds in hands towit First district 356 Second District 11545 and Fourth district 31661 and in this manner balancing the ac counts of the sheriff for the year lOOg except School Funds And Mike Mil ler Supervisor of Roads will credit to the account of the First District the sum of 37244 now in his hands mak ing the balance in the First district the sum of 376- Ordered by the court that the pau pers in the poorhouse be and they are hereby allowed the sum of twentyfive cents 25 each to be paid for daily board instead of twentyone and two thirds cents per day as heretofore same to be paid to the poorhouse keep er for their maintainance Came the Committee of claims and made following report which Samuel Slaughter moved the court to adopt which was adopted and made the order of the court and is as follows This day came the Committee on claim and upon advice of the County Attorney declined for the present to pass upon the claim of Bradley Gilbert for 50 for slips furnished the county to be used in the general indexing of deeds for Breckenridge county under contract with Claude Mercerdated December 3J IgOO and also declineto pass upon the charge of 8170 for freight on said slips as paid by said Mercer The County Attorney further recom mended and your committee recom mends that the legality of said contract with said Mercer be thoroughly investi gated and that efficient counsel be em ployedto assist the County Attorney in preparing an opinion on said question to be given to the court at a called term of same Whereupon came justice Samuel Slaughter and moved the court seconded by justice S H DIx that Hon JA Dean of Owensboro be employed for II ti I c said purpose and that he be pair the sum of 25 00 and his expenses for said opinion when said opinion is given said sum to come out of 1910 levy and said motion being voted upon and unanim ously carried the same is made the or der of this court Ordered by the court that G A Wright and Judge H DeH Moorman be and they are appointed a committee to confer with the parties concerned in the city alley and endeavor compromise said matter and they will report their acts to the next term of this court Came the committee appointed to ex amine the settlement or report of M H Beard Commissioner of the Railroad Tax District and they report same cor rect and in form and it is ordered that the retired bond be and same is now burned in the presence of the courtand said report is approved and ordered re corded and is in words and figures as follows Hardlnsburg Ky April 6 1910 To the honorable Judge Breckenridge County Court The undersigned your Commissioner for the Railroad Tax District of Breck enridge County Kentucky respectfully submits the following report of the funds received and disbursed by him since the date of his last report 1900 April 5th To balance on hand 827 29 July 1st To amount received from Milt Miller S B C this being the amount due this fund from him as shown by his settlement with Fiscal Court 1870 44 1010 March 1st To amount rev ceived from Milt Miller S B C applied on 1909 taxes 1410 00 April 5th To amount received from Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co This being v amount paid said bank on the following dates to pay interest on bonds in excess of what should have been February 18 lOOg 30 00 July 9 1009 30 00 March 1 1910 60 00 120 00 Credits 1000 July 1 By amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co for bond No CO 1000 00 1009 July 9 By amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co for six months in terest on outstanding bonds 1410 00 lOOg July 29 By amount paid John P Haswell Jr and Judge H Dell Moormanex penses to Cincinnati and Lou isville in the matter of ro funding bonds for the dis trict 25 00 1009 December 14 By amount paid Jno P Haswell Jr and Judge H DeH Moorman expenses to Louisville and Covirt ton matter of refund ing bonds 30 00 1910 March 1 By amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co interest on out standing bonds from July 1 1 DOg to January 1 1910 1400 00 Balance cash on hand 36 73 Total debts 4230 03 Total credits 4236 73 Your Commissioner further reports that there has been one bond retired since his last report which leaves now outstanding 45 bonds of 1000 and that the interest has been paid on all to January 1 1010 Respectfully submitted M H Beard Commissioner Came Jno P Haswell Jr and H DeH Moorman a committee hereto fore appointed to try to refund Rail road Tax District Bonds or Bonded In debtedness and ask for more time and it is now ordered that same br granted and the committee Is continued with the same power and authority and will report its acts at the next term of this courtCame Rhodes Storms Co and presented a claim of 9 for Sam Davis which claim was rejected because same was not authorized by Pauper Commls stoner The settlement of the Sheriff for the taxes of 1909 except school taxes hav ing been made by the Commissioners and having been approved by the Fiscal Court Committee and this court the same is now confirmed and ordered recorded in the settlement book of Breck enridge County The Commissioners to settle with the sheriff viz W F Hook and M H Beard having filed their settlement at a former day of this term except for school taxes of 1009 and same having been approved and confirmed and or dered to record Milt Miller sheriff aforesaid is now directed to settle with said Commissioners for said taxes and the County Superintendent of Public Schools will make his repqrt as required by law and said settlement will be made and said Commissioners will rev port said settlement to this court at a called term thereof to be held on April 22 1910 This day came the Board of Educa tion of BreckenridgeCounty and filed the following report recommendation and request towit- Hardinsburg Ky March 21 1010 The County Board of Education for Breckenridge County do hereby order Continued on page 8Y S tt7 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 JE 145 I 143 141STATIONS I I 2iDailyII IiDally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dili pm 4 40pm s 40 Bin LvIOUI5VILLB Ar 715uta 12 611 pm 140 pm MM STUAWHKIluy fl2 3- 5f2HISHOliK 23 t609 tll 09 MEUOKA fO 42 f2 13 t10S t5 II to H STITK3 fO 30 12 07 t7 o2 fu 17 ICTiiIt N11201 10 01 5 yi 011 WliST POINT 0 29 12 01 05f523 to 27 IIOWA1U fllMira fO M tj 31 to 30 HAHTLKS fll 60 rn I t5 37 fU 31 ItOOIC HAVKN fll 45 fII I f5 43 to 40 LONG liltANCH fll DT fII 33 6 53 11411 hltANDKMiUUO 11 29 n 2 5 50 fO 56 KKIION ill 21 IIItI o os no 01 GUflTON f 48 fll 13 1Os 10 43 1 15 025 1010 HtVlNOrON h 41 11 05 001 foal fIOitt WhIISrKIt flO 57 f542 MSI t10 27 LODIIiUltO rlO 48 t5 31 41toi tG 158 10u STKlHENSlOUT 1020 6 J4II t510t76a m 11 SO 715 11 00 815SIIOISf0 12 t1 28 SKILLMAN to 63 tR 02 58tot745f11321 40 7 69 tit 37 LEWISlOHT L 0 2i f4 17 7 rU flI 45 f8 05 WA1TMAN tll 17 f7 23 715t7I DUTCH 113 12 351m 833 1210pm owENBIioito3 50 fS 45 3 45 055 840 CONWAY 41t131I 34U7 40 19 10 REED f8 07 fG 21 J163 f9 10 HEALS f801 fOlft 1J8 9 18 SlOTTSVlLLE 7 58 f3 11 0 13 816 f924 HASKETT 7 52 f3 07 608 82 1 30 9 42 1 05 HENDERSON I 00 739 255 555pm 156 10 15 1311 EVANSVILLE 35 7 10 am 23- 040am74Opm7 ST LOUIS 900pm 834am I I I f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1st Glass 1st Glass I Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 JO STATIONS Mixed Mixed Passon Pisson Mixed I Mixed Dally ox Dully ox gar RDF Dally ox Daily ox Sunday Sunday Dully Dully Sunday Sunday 1140pmf6C70U fS 55 sl33 Ourfleld5042 s3 27 sll 10 H 20 f607 fll 43 darnedf931 f3 07 f10 58 s7 34 s6 111 sll 50 Hardinsburg s9 23 s2 43 slO 48 f750 f6 37 1203pm Kirk fOU f222 flO 31 f7 57 045 f12 OU McQuady fg 03 f2 02 flO 24 s8 10 sO 59 s220 Qlendeane sS fill s147 slO 13 sS Ig f70U si 2 28 Dempster s845 si 40 slO 00 sS 3iJ s2 41 Falls of Rough f831 si 25 CM 55 f713 f 100 Rockvale f8l3 s100 flO 01 956f9051918 7 30- sg20 f 110 Oaksf7 58 f2 23 C045 7 36 f 120 Ellnitclrs7 55 s1215 s 0 38 g 25 7 50 Fordsville 12 10pm 9 35 55I f 4 30 400f810310II 51fs 018 s2 17 Moorman s6 15 s 2 04 1018 f 3 07 Bremenf 5 55 f 144 1018 f 3 25 Alillport f 535 f 124 fll 18 f 3 43 Anton f f 12 f 1 00 114j 00 Madisonvlllehs450 1230 1153 154 11 EARLINC1TON 4I 40 1220 I I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees a If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at onco telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price r Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage 07 acres 3M miles north of Hard 3 950 insburir near tho RrandonburR road Well watered plontv of timber for Improvements Uoublo Log house small stable Good rich land fine for Hurley to bacco Terms easyIor further Informa tion write Jno D HiibbaRO Oloverport Ky 3 Guston3twatered lays well Rood young orchard good timber on rural route school house few yards from house Improvements Rood four room dwelling with kitchen on buck porch two Rood barns barn and tenon houso and cis torn back In the field meat and hen house wood shed will adios easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dabbage Oloverport Ky ACRE lJAUIII 5 room cottage hall and 67 porch In good rellalr good Stall stock barn two Rood side sheds crib good moat house and lien house and a varllty of apples pouches and grapes a good well and never falllnR s ring for stock water SOO yards east ot lIardlllsburg lu easy distance to thelIIgb School building when erected 0For 160 acres four mires woSDofQZr 3 miles trom branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion W acres In grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell- Ing log dwelling 2 rooms and sldo room THE IIFifih Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr c4 housesIlontpurposesgoodFOR SALEStore houso and dwelling com StiootsOJoverport CKexchanltoAvenueWollloclLtea FOIL HALE A farm containing 250 acres ana IiL5IVa blUDaConotrees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice clearedbalancewire the whole black farm toItilies for near posts Elcroa to onlongFOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggIst physician In u good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This is just I stepIntoAn old oataallsheC physicIan wants to retire Is tho reason for soiling Kor further partic I ulars address JNO D BABUAGK Olover port Kv L The mostcontrully located and only firstclMS hotel In the city making a2Oorato- Only one block tromtho principal shopping district two blocks tram the principal theatres Street cars puss tho door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and clean f wr- I ad 4 i ti 1 Hy i I W H BOWMEU President A 13 SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT VicoPrcsidont 0 T SKILUIAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 I 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never ncaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS F L W HBowmorA B SkillmnnConrad Simons Lightfoot Jno C Jurboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher PROCEEDINGS Continued from page 8 for the scholastic year 1910 and 1011 an ndvnlorum tux of twenty cents on the 100 worth of property of said county and a poll tax of 1 on the head on all male citizens 21 years of age and we hereby authorize the Chairman and Secretary of this Board to present this order to the Fiscal Court of Brecken ridge County at its next regular April term and to request said levy to be made by said court Andrew Driskell Chairman J Whitworth Secretary Whereupon Jno N Akers seconded by justice G N Harris moved the court that the levy for school purposes for Breckenridge County for the year 1910 as provided for in section Nos 98 and 09 of the school law of 1908 be 20 cents on the 100 in valuation of tax able property and a poll tax of f1 on each male citizen of the age of twenty one years resident of Breckenridge county or over except in Cloverport Graded School District and such other instances as the law excepts and the vote being taken on said motion by yea and nay vote same resulted as follows- G A Wright yea G N Harris yea ti H Dix yea Jno N Akers yea Samuel Slaughter yea and said motion as thus voted on was carried unanimously and is now and hereby adopted and made the order of this court Ordered by the court that if any obligation of Breckenridge County become lue and payment be demanded before tic next April term of this court that the Commissioner and Receiver be and be is authorized and directed to execute the countys obligation for the amounts and pay said bonds or indebtedness and he will report such acts to this court at its next term Came settlement Committee and report that they have carefully examined the report of the Commissioner and Re ceiver of Breckenridge County for year 1009 and they say same is correct and in due form and move its adoption whereupon the report is now approved and confimed by the court and isor dered to be recorded and is as follows towit Hardinsburg Ky April 15 1010 To the Honorable Fiscal Court Breckenridge County Kentucky Your Commissioner and Receiver for taxes for Breckenridge County begs to make his report of the Funds received and disbursed by him since the date of his last report Sinking Fund Dr April 1st 1000 to balance on hand belonging to the Sink ing Fund as shown by last report 1741 70 Amount due from Milt Miller S B C2142J 70 3885 58 Less vouchers as per filings be low 3241 43 Balance 044 15 Cr By Bond No 30 paid and cancelled and filed herewith 500 00 By accumulated interest to date of payment on bond No 30 28 35 By one years interest paid on bond No 14 12 00 By one years interest paid on Bonds Nos 27 18 31 33 100 00 By one years interest paid on bond No 25 00 Bv interest paid on bond No 26 17 18 By interest paid on No 32 25 00 By interest paid on No 34 21 38 By bond No 24 paid and can celled and filed herewith 500 00 By interest paid on bond No 24 20 00 By note ordered paid at your last regular term for all or ders prior to 1906 given to M H Beard Special Com missioner to The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co 1441 97 By accumulated interest on same 36 68 By one years interest paid on bond held by II T Gibson 20 00 By one years interest paid on bond held by Mrs Mary E Barnes 20 00 By one years interest paid onibond held by Isaac Norton 20 00 By one years interest paid on bonds No 20 and 25 40 00 By one years interest paid on three county bonds held by Mrs Mary L Roberts 75 00 By one years interest paid on bonds No 40 42 46 65 41 By one years interest paid on bond held by Mrs Bert Mc Gary 24 00 By one years interest paid on bonds No 43 44 45 75 00 By one years interest paid on bond No 35 25 00 By one years interest paid on bond No 80 25 00 By oneyears interest paid on bond No 38 25 00 By interest paid on your Com missioner and Receiver over draft yarned by the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust CoIinterest paid to date 77 50 By amount paid the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co in terest on overdraft 21 00 3241 43 Bridge Fund Dr By amount received from Mike Miller Supervisor of Roads and Bridges as per your order 3500 00v Cr By amount for No 26 and ac cumulated interest to date of payment 352 95 By amount paid for bond No 37 and accumulated interest- to date of payment 506 80 By amount paid for bond No 28 and accumulated interest to date ot payment 514 58 By amount paid for bond Nc 35 and accumulated interest- to date of payment 507 00 By amount paid for bond No 36 and accumulated interest- to x date of payment 507 00 By amount paid for bond No 31 and accumulated interest to date of payment 513 33 By amount paid for bond No 38 and accumulated interest- to date of payment 507 15 By balance on hand due the above account 01 19 3500 00 General Expense Fund See Itemized StatementCr Sinking Fund Bonds outstand ing 1234 30 Bond No 3 Jno Gibson due 22802 1000 00 Bond No 14 Mrs Bertha Mc Gary due 33090 1FF 300 00 Bond No 20 E J and Mfe McGary 101208 GOO 00 Bond No 23 J and J B GibII son 101006 GOO 00 Bond No 25 Jno Gibson 76 10 500 00 Bond No Mrs Mary E Barnes 137 500 00 Bond No I Isaac Norton N 2107 500 00 Bond No John Gibson 2 107 500 00 Total amount of bonds out standing on this account 4410 00 The above bonds bear 4 per cent per annum payable annually Several of the above bonds are due but no demands have been made of your Commissioner and Receiver for the pay ment of them by holders of the same Total amount of Bonds out standing issued for the erec tion of the Tar Fork and Eveleigh bridges Bond No 27 due July 7 1010 500 00 Bond 32 July 1011 500 CO Bond No 2o July 1912 500 00 Bond No 33 July 1912 SOO 00 Bond No 34 July 1013 427 00 Bond No JlO Oct 8th 1911 COO 00 Bond No 40 October 1011 500 00 Continued next week Lan you believe your senses When two of them taste nnd smell having been impaired if not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm can you do bttht this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands who have used it It is applied directly to the affected airpassages and begins its healing work at once Why not get iit today All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New Yorkon receipt of 50 cents The Secret of Good Gravy Battles may have boon lost because of sticky muddy gravy It Is n gift to be able to make a clear smooth gravy without grease on the top The Reasoning Is most importune The secret of a smooth gravy Is to mix your flour or cornstarch with n little water first stirring and smooth ing until it is like liquid velvet Then when the meat has been taken from the pan or the pot or the stock hns I been heated and the liquid is skimmed of grease ready for the first gravy lingo stir hi the mixture gently The perfect result comes with long practice when the gravy either n cream or a golden brown will reward your efforts A too rich gravy Is not wholesome and a poor one is not pala table so It Is left to the cook to choose a happy medium v Pillows of Burlap The most effective pillows for living rooms are shown in two shades of coarse burlap The natural color 1Is invariably combined with coutrastliij color Bold designs are cut from the not I ticallyIblue red or brown according ones taste and are held In place by couch ing or buttonholing wltli heavy thread These pillows are extremely good looking and at the same time repre sent but little work If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Try Our Want Column It Pays COTTON BLOSSOM X fj f III The very agreeable announcement Is i made that the Cotton Blossom Floating f Theater will be seen at Cloverport on Friday May 13th =Few If any of the boat shows give asII much universal satisfaction asleThe Cotton Blossom Its a genuine delight j =from all points of view combining the s most charming outside appearance with its beautiful classic front studded with t a multitude of electric lights and flam i iiig arcs Its magnlficlent colllope k selections of Wm Tell Robin Hood tthenever before heard on a calliope x Special attention has been given this season to the production of the play D9 The Gypsy Queen a four act comedy the drama of the better class the piece con 1 Kar tains enough melodrama features tp and cause Itto reach the depths of humane r Erie appeal and feeling and good cl riifDre wholesomecomedy keop the audience r in best of humor Special scenery and SI schcII 7 1 program be preseptodbetweeallra HadManager partitenterivorn grad If the best is not too good foryouumiss Lewisport Best flour is the flour youingtc urnoughtexec HONEY LOCUSTAL EY the beto J as a The farmers ars about through plant 1Thls ing cornIni ou nessThcf tjyearexamBillI AterNewmanThe young folks all enjoyed a dance Scho at the widow Ryans last Wednesday uJl night neigh Miss Agnes Crenshaw made a flying last y trip up to Kirk Sunday and returned hitn t Victoria and Honey Locust crossed I throu bats Sunday afternoon and the score tendi was 11 to 7 in favor of Honey locust tertai Mrs T J Ryan and children of other Kirk have been the guest of tier parents comp Mr and Mrs R M Crensha for the enjoy past two weeks V featul Mr R M Crenshaw and sad Thomas were in Hardinsburg a few days lasu Mr weekon business marrl If the best is not too good foriIen T Lewisport Best flour is the flour yocago ought to use n parent rev c h Iis popula the CO- IbestuJ m r tt Ou 16th Extraordinary SeniiDfissProf went t Prof 1 iMissibeen ei ieiranceaieMr- s School Rough T H P Starts May 7th Closes May 21stEE Tile bigg I a I weeks s another weeks CWe do not think it will be necessary after so many years of our progressive business here to repeat what suchside the a sale means for your pockets and hundreds of our customers and friends who bought from us at such formerpasserb sales will testify to our great cut in prices on such occasions We intend this time to beat all former recordsx15 e and make this sale to cap the climax The truth is we are overstockedtoo much goods and notenouQhDVig roomand in order to do what we intend to do we have made an unmerciful cut on every article in our four wo kot department stores Do not miss this great opportunity and come now while lots an sizes are complete measly in a pul Dwight 1 merdoln As Usual Only Cas Toniavinhl of her mt IIiw4rs iowling fo her fnc w J SCHOPP yK p r Bloomtiel Jhe Teddy and STEPHENSPORT KENTUCKY 11- VVliolesale + tic uously 6plcyed addre Cr I Marc ton and Retail Dealer inij uconattoRi Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing Hats ewelry Dry Goods Notions Millinery Groceries Hardwareilnof th China and Glassware Boots and Shoes Furniture Wagons Buggies and C C and practical Undersir Ain Cod taker 5000 rolls Wall Paper just received at your own price J dTeBsta t ffeldSA 1 Q e I u = I a r- jfi tM a 4- d