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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v o j w i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSjfor PeN- n efleo 11ar ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTr18 fsi t t- rl Let Dispen lI IVOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 25+ 1910 8 Pates NO 46ingreds 1 C r 1 en edie seal OLD GOLD AND BLACK COLORS try says TRIUMPHANTLYtchronici dyspeJfi anrtHigh School Commencement One Of liseaeedpelvis Enjoyment And Credit To The Graduating ided for sofa Class Of 1910Mrs Reid The Starr ns cory tUnitlSS FRANCIS SMITH THE ACCOMPANIST x A uw As little Mr Samuel Edward rrediensald The Starting was fine ConradII thathae everybody thoroughly enjoyed pro- gramI by the of the commencement of the Clo ast fifty Verport High1 School held Friday even found ilug in the Lucile Memorial church I Unit The auditorium was crowded with 1e aotio people including a number of visitors a bitter from Hardinsburg If dysen The members of the graduating class ases as gave their parents relatives and friends perfect right to be proud of them ledicinaII Miss Hazel Holder Miss Susie Newton SUffiCE and Miss Beatrice McCracken won round omany laurels with their music and so If Whig t did Miss Mildred Ditto Babbage Miss il reeom Virginia McGavock and Miss Katharine l schools Wroe charmed the audience with their ions literary sketches Mr Mark Parratte valedictorian and his address was the peowas splendidlookTHE MUSIC GREAT Ile think Lathrop T Reid who is always i iMrsqueen the star where ever she dense fo steps completely captivated the audi me toed ence by her lovely singing The Gar My Heart Mrs Reid assisted itdenofdI by Miss Francis Smith who should be given a chorus of laudation taught roomthe Junior class several beautiful chorus t selections The members of the Junior e all nexclass who sung were Misses Claudia Pate Martha Miller were fott Audrey Perkins Susette Sawyer Nolte Elizabeth Skillman Le apedEloisenora Jenette Burns Anna L Mabel Kramer and Fronio Dean Zepor pLIGHT BLUE AND GOLD FLY The auditorium was gracefully de Special1 t torated in lowers and old gold and lack draperies An elegant C H S monogram made for the graduates by court JMr Harry Newsom hung over the heads of the mighty The young men of C H S wearing J 15cp t their class colors turquoise and icens gold ushered the audience They 131 rwere Messrs Andrew Ashby Randall leeys Addis Kramerr MikcV CUkllUlilWVJ L Tucker J P Ditzenbach Byron White lIgs 85 J V head Eldred Babbage FredPierce and f Homer Morrison til lantl t OUT OF TOWN GUESTS nbs 7 f A wellknown and enthusiastic educa rjjla nt rngberrk Htorarainsburgwas and ProfMrs Pile were 1 guests of Prof and Mrs Tanner Prof andlowe It Tanner was highly pleased with the mercha r cooperation given him by Father Brey- nluegr c ChorusChingaLingCollege Song Lu 22 Invocation 121 2 fcv DuetRace For Life Chat Wells 18 20 if The Shadows We Cast HtindlLoves CapriceMax 33 35 uV Silas The Bashful sisal rope Visions of Rest- Valedictory rr Baker 1- 1ed Wq t anThe Garden of My HeartCars Roma ntlon Presentations pf Diplomas ChorusWave of The RiverI Ivan ifII Bene COMET BUSINESS A NEWSPAPER LIE t 1i Exclaims One Reader of The Breckenridge News Who Has f Not Seen the Comet r Cannot See It In = the West PI COMET PILLS ARE BITTER e ta A reader of The Breckenridge News speaking to its representative Saturr dajpsaidJl This here comet business is newspaper He The papers have noY pal this just to make their sales large caUse I heard a newspaper seller say he would rather have a good lie any day than a good din nerit Not a word could convince the ttea er who had failed to see the comet after sitting up all night that Lre flalleyscomet Was a real celestial k traveler and that the newspapers to make a living must tell the truth i 1 ISeTook Comet Pills lre Last Wddnesday those who took the L Comet Pills to protectthemselves from en the disastrous effects of Halleys comet dy found them to be a bitter dose an- dOnP1af ethern see stars galore ht Not a Light in the West t5Ifan1 one in Cloverport has seen a since it has darted to the ArWtera sklea The News has not heard iefthpt Late Friday afternoon the iclowii were pink and lavendar and filight blue with golden linings and C r l r q l f Rev Mr Farmer and the Presbyterians in making the commencement possible Among those who came from Hard insburg and honored C H S gradu ates with their presence and presents were Misses Sarah Dean Moorman Eloise Hook Margaret Peyton Annie Lee Bishop Mary Franklin Beard Margaret Beard Nat Shellman Herbert Hook Franklin Beard Hobart Shell man Franklin Kincheloe Arthur Beard Misses Martha Gardner and Isabelle Gardner Mrs M H Beard and Mrs Gus D Shellman Those from the Hardinsburg High School were Wm Ditto Katie Stith Hiney Chamblers Ruth Chamblers Andy Whitwort Mrs Held chaperon Prof Edwards Miss Ruth Kincheloe Ellen Ditto Hewitt Dix Judith Beard Katie Kincheloe Thos Mather Lillian Beard Isabelle Klien and Dal Shell manCOMMENCEMENT NOTES Prof Edwards of Hardinsburg High School was present at the exercises and enjoyed them thoroughly 000 The church was crowded with friends and many were turned away The young boys stood up in the windows and got a peep in from the West Side 000 Mark Parrette received a cash gift of 200 from his adopted parents Mr and Mrs Nace Lewis He is planning to go away to school next year 000 The graduates were laden with beau tiful flowers and gifts and all their friends expressed great interest and many good wishes for them 000 The commencement proved a great educational inspiration to the voung people One young man who had stop ed school this term said he was going back next year so he could graduate 000 Father Brey in his address said that the world needs schools not churches and made many excellent points for higher education 000 The program is given in full as fol lows Juniors L Rev Frank Farmer Misses Holder and McCracken Miss Virginia Ireland McGavock Miss Mildred Ditto Babbage Miss Katherine Wroe isses McCracken Holder and Newton Mark Lent Parrette Mrs Lathrop T Reid Rev C Brey vici Juniors liction some gave Halleys comet credit fOI the beautiful colorings ljut they wer all caused from the same old glorlou sun that sets every day Wont Have No Tail Halleys comet has done lost it tail said a small boy on the stree Saturday so when it becomes visibli in the West it will not be as spectac ular as it was when it came into vlev before sunrise Cloverport people an getting tired and impatient with thE comet hope to have something new tc talk and read about in the next wee or so Editor Duncan Here t Mr and Mrs David Duncan am children Henry and Louise of Branden burg spent Sunday with Mr Duncan parents Mr and MrsH V Duncan Mr Duncan is editor of the Mead Messenger and was formerly of tin Breckenridge New- sDelightful Young Women Miss Ora Hendricks of Webster an Miss Bessie Mitchell of Addison hay returned to their homes Miss Hen tricks and Miss Mitchell made man good friends in Cloverport this year and were especially liked by thei pupils of the Cloverport Graded School I Picnic At Hardinsburg Irondequolt Tribe NO 38 improvec order of Red Men will hold their regular annual picnic at Hardlnsburg Jul 4I 1010 Bills and particulars for the event will follow later Ahl Allen nd Elklns Committee G t A A RICHARDSON DIES AT GARFIELD Well known and Wealthy Man of Breckenridge Goes to Ills Reward Had Been a Merchant Thirty- Years WAS BORN IN MEADE COUNTY A A Richardson died at his home at Garfield Sunday morning His death was caused from heart trouble which had caused his illness for six or eight monthsMr Richardson was fiftysix years of age and was born in Meade county He was twice married his first wife was Miss Annie Snyder and his second was Miss Laura Norton who survives him Besides Mrs Richardson he leaves four children three sons Messrs Earl Ackloy and Norton Richardson and one daughter Miss Elizabeth RichardsonThirty ago Mr Richardson started in the mercantile business at Garfield and during that time he builded a splendid trade and became one of the wealthiest merchants in the county Mr Richardson was of in finite value to his community and was a leader in every good cause for his people His death is a source of re grettornany The deceased was a member of the Baptist church and was an upright Christian man The funeral was held Monday con ducted by the Rev James T Lewis and Rev Mr Shepperd of Louisville Those who attended the funeral from a distance were Mr and Mrs John Bruner Mr and Mrs Blant Shack lette Ekron Mr and Mrs John Green- E A Richardson J D Richardson Louisville 0 C Richardson Guston Mrs Dr Milner and Miss Salhe Rich ardson Union Star Mr and Mrs Henry Head Irvington- A large concourse of friends of every section of the county attended the funeral and pay their last tribute of respect to Mr Richardson NEWMAN AGAIN SECRETARY STATE FAIR Term Made Four Years To Take The Place Out Of Politics Dent Votes Against Brother To Keep His Promise PLEDGED WORD ABOVE LOVE Louisville Ky May 21 Placing his pledged word above his love for his brother James L Dent cast the decid ing vote electing a secretary of the State Fair By the vote of Mr Dent J W Newman was reelectedfor a term of four years beginning January 1 1010 at a salary of 82500 a year Mr I Newman received five votes to the four of Emory Dent the only other candi date for the position The vote on the secretaryship stood For Newman r McGrew Adams Scoval Wilsun and Dent For DentFroman Dorsey I Blackburn and Rankin I Hubert Vreeland was not a candidate his friends casting their ballots for Emory Dent in the hope that he could secure the vote of his own brother which Vreeland was unable to obtain Mr Miller Has Mining Interests in Nevada Jas P Miller has been here several days in the interest of his gold mInes t at Battle Mountain Nevada He iis representing the ISevadean Mining 8 Milling Co Mr Miller will bring Jib family here to live in the fall Mr and Mrs Miller and children will go I to Battle Mountain Nevada in June I After a visit there they will return to Cloverport Mrs Miller and children r are now living In New Albany Maypole Party The kindergarten and the music class of Miss Elizabeth May and Miss Eva May will bo entertained with a Maypole party Wednesday afternoon I Two Little Pigs Cost 50 rS V Flowers of Patesville received by express Saturday a pair of thoroughbred 0 LO pigs They cost him- i6O C ft r 111 BEN JOHNSON IIN RACE WITH BIG LEAD Will Make An Aggressive Fight In The Gubernatoral Contest Gore in Charge JOHNSON WILL VISIT US Juo Wakefifld in Sundays Cincinnati Enquirer J Rogers Gore Ben Johnsons special representative in Kentucky is in charge of the Johnson head quarters here which have been established and are now in full blast Mr Gore says that he Cannot see anybody in the race for Gorvernor except the Fourth District Congressman In speak lug of Mr Johnsons candidacy Mr Gore saidWe have had our headquar ters running now for some weeks and we have received encouraging news iron every country and every district in the commonwealth It is true that the names of many other Keutuckians are being mentioned for the Democratic nomination for Governor Some of these gentlemen probaly have never consider ed making the race while others ural be in a receptive mood but Mr Johnson is a candidate and will make au exceed ingly aggressive campaign Mr Gore was asked when Mr Johnson would he ou the field of contest himself and he replied just as soon as Congress ad jounces Mr Johnson will visit the counties of the Fourth Congressional District After he has finished this trip he will then visit the vuriouo count es and districts throughout theS late Down in the Fourth Con gressional District the Johnson boosters do not think their tnau can be headed off They point to the Congressmans popular iiy with his home people his successful management of Democratic interests in this State In the last Pres idential campaign and hi gameness and courage In addition they say that Mr Johnson bus deuionstated that he is one of the shrewdest and ablest men in State politics Ho is a cool and level headed and is a good organizer Mr Johnson never becomes fluslrated but has the reputation of usually getting what he goes after and of possessing the ability of overcoming obstacles with apparent ease Nil the Democrats who know Mr Johnson concede that ae possesses all these qualifications IRVINGTON Miss Tula Lockard left Monday for Carlisle Ind where she will visit for a month the guest of her sister Mrs Con Bland uplastdaytheMcAfee Mise Lucy K nnady left for Jeffer sontown Thursday after a weeks visit to Rev and Mrs L K May Miss Nell Brown of Guston Is vis iting Miss Irene Bandy this week Miss Margaret Beard and cousin Miss Lillian Beard of Hardinsburg spent the week end with Mrs Nora Board ot her home on Woodland ave Miss Hawes of Owensboro came up Saturday and is spending this week as the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Hawes Thursdayfarher sister Miss Claire Jolly She will attend the Logan College commence ment exercises of which Miss Jolly is a graduateMiss Brady spent the first part of the week in Louisville with her sister Mrs Tbny McCoy Rev Harry Maitland preached two excellent sermons to a large and ap preciative audience last Sunday The series of meetings will continue as long as the present interest is taken Dr Hilary Boone of Cloverport oltydolugFarmers report that the wheat is beginning to head out rapidly but low to the ground which will make the thoughtthesonable weather Mrs Grace Conover of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Eva McGlothlan for a few days She left Tuesday for Cincinnati where she will visit rela tllees for several months Mrs H H Kemper arrived home Thursday from Gratz Ky where she was called on account of the illness of her motherinIayr Mrs S Evans who has been the guest of her sister Mrs T C Kitter man left Friday for Corydon Ind Mr and Mrs Wm Cornwall left Saturday for Louisville to be the guests of their daughter Mrs E R Turner Mrs Jas Bolin and daughter Reba who hays been visiting In Fordsville for the past few days have returned U Jt t t rFJPCAKE iBfbol arerincreased wholesomenessbY rt ioYALIrt Bake the food at home save money health f Breckenridge County Makes i iGood at State Capital Frankfort Ky May 17Two im portant appointments were made today by Dr lien L Bruner Secretary of State W Sherman Ball was appoint ed Assistant Secretary of State and Jas F Rairfey of- Eddyville was app0IntCdbank J the Secretary of States of lice to succeed Mr Ball The- appointments become effective on the resigna t 1Ion ofCaptJackson AssistantSecretary State to ac cept the place as secretary to the Governor Capt Morris handed lin his resignation this afternoon and Dr Brunor at once appointed Mr Ball tto fill the vacancy The appointment home Mrs R B McGlothlan spent FrIda and Saturday in Hardinsburg 0 S Lawrence of Dallas Texas arrived last week and is the guest ol his sister Mrs H B Head Mr and Mrs O F Brlte spent thi week end as guests of Misses May am Blanch Claycomb In Louisville Mrs Allie Claycomb and children who have been living In Louisville thE past year came down Thursday am will occupy their same residence 01 Maple street Mrs Nellie McClintock of Louis vllle is the guest of her sister Mis Mary Cornwall Miss Lillian Stith of Guston is thE guest of the Misses Bandy for a week George Piggott left last week foi Indianapolis for a visit to his aunt Mrs Ruben Miller The Irvington mill will fuVnish thE water supply to the row of new tenant houses being built by the Building and Loan Association on the corner of Main and Maple stre ts At a meeting of the Commercla Club committees were appointed t investigate the Normal for our city The plans and specifications are undei consideration and will probably ma terialize at an early date A number of new members were added and much enthusiasm manifested Little Miss Minish of Frankfort iit the guest of her aunt Mrs HH KemperMrs Harry DeMont left for Louis vllle Saturday after being the guest oi her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ash craft Mts Julian Clarkson came over from Big Spring Tuesday for a visit tc relatives Friends and relatives of Mr anc Mrs Mack Avitt have received cards announcing the arrival in Seattle Washington of another fine girl Mrs Ayitt was formerly Miss Ellen Mc 3ehee of this town Mr Avitt Is a Breckenridge county man and is now havIng great success in his home If the best is not too good for yoi Lewisport Best flour Is the Hour you ought to use WrightMusselman Irvington KY May 2qSpeclal Mrs Lena Wright and Mr Thos MuBselman were married Saturday at Guston They will live in this cit and hayc a host of friends here trc q s1oi = I ii- o t I breads lessened in cost lye and in quality and and and Man adopter was confirmed by Gov Willson who said that he thought the appointment an excellent one Mr Ball then was sworn in as Assistant Secretary of State Ho is familiar with his duties having acted in the capacity of As sistant Secretary of State several times before Mr Ball Is from Breckenridge county and is one of the most popular men employed at the Capitol He has been In charge of the banks for the Secre tary of State for more than a year and has more than made good in that departmentMr a remarkable record In the Republican party When he was only 21 years of age ho was the Re publican nominee for Circuit Clerk of his district and was beaten by only twenty six votes which was regarded as an unusual showing for a Republican candidate that year He Is a li censed attorney and taught school prior to his unry into politics Ho Is a Mason an Elk and a member of the W O W Mr Ball has ahvays done his work well and he will make a splendid Assistant Secretary of State his friends say J Cannelton Marriage Cannelton Ind May 2IThe most notable event of the week in social cir cles was the marriage of Miss Emma Richards to Frank Stein Jr of Chicago which took place in St Michaels church the Rev G H Moss official ing Miss Elizabeth Morgan of Owens boro acted as maid of honor and Thomas Radigan of Robinson 111 was best man Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride Will Return Here Mr and Mrs Chas Warfield are ex peeled here soon from the south to make their home in this city and will live In the Wilkerson property i They are old home folks just coming back and will be welcomed by their friends l Improved Home The residence of Mr and Mrs Earn est Boyd has been fleshly painted in white and gray and is one of the prettiest places iu the East End Go To Bowling jnProf Tanner and MissEunice Jen nings went to Bowling Green this week to take a teachers course The other members of the C H S faculty expect to go later Fishing Party i I IMrs Robert Pierce chaperoned fish ing party to Pattons pond Saturday The guests were Misses Francis Saw yer Eloise Nolte Lenora McGavock Elizabeth Skillman and Eldred Babbage Rather Pate and Fred Tiercel I Lyons Being Fixed Up Lyous restaurant at Irvlngtoa it being newly papered and painted The chicken sandwiches will atVbettet than ever followed by a slice of custard r pie and a glass of cold icmilkJA 4- i t r wx Mr k u t1i p- u IIIq r t 1 + i e + ee M ++ V L ri tiwywtry T I t lWr4I IfI I- rI i ifoi f I r J kJ J i it I Ib 7 I 65YEARS tttf I i f fWeCelebrate This Birthday With J i1 t SaleYI1 We believe this will be the greatest event in the history of the store We want I s all our customers and friends to receive the benefit of the close buying prepara r tory for this Bid Celebration We therefore invite your inspection or mail ordersry n i I Opening DayI Will Be Wednesday June 1st 1 On this day every department will be teeming with good things f a l t l Housekeepers Day will be Thursday June 2 t- N A veritable feast of bargains arranged to interest the housekeepersrc i Employees Day will be Friday June 3rdt A day on which every employee of the house gets a share of the profit rr I Childrens Day will be Saturday June the Fourth PI Everything for the pleasure comfort health and happiness of the children ar ranged for todays selling ttt- l tA 4 1 ttTfW I Closing or Windup Day I Will be ModaYJu e the Sixth All odds and ends in every department astJe reltoi thimammoth selling will be arranged for this day f1 r a tt SEE THE DAILY PAPERS FOR PARTICULARS u r 330334 W Market f 219 Fourth Avenue I 1 oil D f rahtf w INCORPORATED r i r uj G L6uisville Kentucky p I r r I 0 4j1j 4 I Electric tBitterssucceed t In nervous prostration and female orweaknesscs they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND t STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter s rrDRHJBOONE PermanentDentist fr jrDr Owens Offlce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p m j Clovcrport Ky t A Picture ofa Father and Mother it would delight your f fHow how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday ketilst oiIISIAilltlilitititA1tIStAItASIiIditl FOR SALE S c A fi It A numborof Farms dif It forcnt Sizes and Pricesi ItJii The Bank of Hardinsburg It iii Trust Go- O i ctrlrrtrv r rt+rrKstrrrr raKmK Krg III THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can got i The Breekenridge News AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTHONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of cor respondents Covers tho Kentucky field perfectlyCovers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip tion Right Away- to r r thisl paper not to The r Louisvillo Times I f tCSubsoribe I I 1 r0 t d d II lIW nIIfI j range takes table being eWICK t FJLATMTi Gives no outside heat no smell no smoke will the biggest dinner without heating kitchen or the cook It is immediately and immedi ately extinguished It can be from slow to a quick fire turning a handle Theres drudgery connected with it no coal to carry wood to chop You dont have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes tllllts fire gets going Apply a light and ready By simply turning wick up or down you get a or an intense heat on the bottom of pot pan kettle or oven and nowhere else It has a Cabinet Top with shelf keeping plates and food hot drop shelves for coffee teapot or saucepan and even a rack towels It time worry health and temper It does all a woman needs and than she expects Made with and 3 burners 2 and 3burner can be had with or without Cabinet Every dealer everywhere iIlf not at write for Descrlpnro Circular to the nearest agency of the Incorporated SHOP A PALACE Promoters Idea to Have Building- of Marble Containing a Sliver Plated Anvil To have a blacksmith shop that will rival In beauty and luxuriousness any that tho world now possesses is ia probability of the near future for this resort Provided of course the pro rooter of it does not change his mind In the meantime According to Gen os proposl tlon he is looking a site on Atlan tic avenue upon which he will erect a marble blacksmith shop which In the matter of ornate beauty and venience will outrival many of the other buildings along the big thor oughfareThe will be constructed cording to his plans of the most ex pensive marble used for such pur poses and will bo equipped with every modern appliance There will bean armorproof vault In the basement wherein expensive horseshoes will be stored A colored boy will act as valet to the classy horses who win be patrons of the shop and the anvils will be silverplated and kept and clean at all times They will be polished each morning and kept whol ly sanitary while a sinoko condenser will afford relief to the nostrils of the equines who need their feet treatedMr Genoe owns an automobile and has the contract supplying foot gear to the horses I belonging to the city HP Is of the opinion that If a local bank can erect a marble palace and If garage can afford a marble front there Is no logical reason why ho shouldnt have a smithy shop that will be the talk of the country It Is understood that he has consulted an architect and that the plans for the unique structure will shortly be made public Atlantic City correspondence In Philadelphia Inquirer Lion Fondles A Child In iittsbuiga savage lion foudeled the hand that a child thrust Into his cage Danger a child Is some times great when least regarded Often its comes through Colds Croupand Whooping Cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings Discovery could huve saved A few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of croup write Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N C 4 AVe always give it to him when he takes cold Its a wonderful medicine for babies Best fr Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Hemmorhagee Weak Lungs sOc 1 00 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Frederic Harrisons Rules of Life Touch not tobacco spirits nor any unclean thing Rise from every meal with an appetite Walk dally for two hours Sleep nightly for seven Roy orenco all to whom reverence Is due content with what you have Such are the rules of life laid down by Mr Frederic Harrison the veteran post tivist and man of letters who cele brated his seventyeighth birthday recently Mr Harrison lives up to his rules and is as active and as well today as many men half his In deed he claims to feel younger than over Ho is not sparing in his de nunciation of bad habits Smoking he describes as a beastly habit play ing cards as wearisome and Inane With regard to literary work he claims never to have written for the sake of writing or for money but only when he had something to say Heavy impure blood 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 Dont Forget our Want Column Many Women are Splendid Cooks dread having to prepare an elab orate dinner because they are not sufficiently strong to stand over an intensely hot coal This is especially true in summer Every Woman pride in the she sets but often it is done at tremen dous cost to her own vitality through the weakening effect of cooking on a coal in a hot kitchen- It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out preparing a fine dinner Even in the heat of summer you can cook a large dinner without worn out der ectiof- Oil CookStoveIt cook the lighted changed a by no no its the slow the for for saves more 12 the sizes yours Standard Oil Company BLACKSMITH Is Mr for con ac bright for a to New Be age makes who range HAD DIVULGED THE SECRET I Few Words Spoken by Young Man Told Discerning Woman That He Was Engaged A young man from Kansas City was talking to a young woman from tho same town whom he met by accident at a matinee In New York The wom an was married The man was not Youve heard that were to have a new union station back home the woman asked to make conversation- Oh of course the young man an swered I get all the news I get a letter from Kansas City every day Tho woman began to laugh So when you go back home for that vacation youre going to be married shemusedHow you know that the man cried We both said we wouldnt tell and now shes You told me yourself a few seconds ago everything but the date she an swered You see no matter how fond your brother may be of you or your uncles or aunts or your mother or father none of these would send you a letter every day Theres only one person who writes a letter every day and thats a girl whos engaged to be married For the rest of my sentence I added two and two Youre right the man mused Say a married inan must have to play close to the bases It must be like living with a mind reader CHUctr n Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Ornamental Buttons Tho arrival of the button beauti ful we stir our poetic feelings In our headlines Is after all only a return to former fashions for the first buttons were entirely ornamental and left the fastening of the clothes to the simpler brooches or strings Buttons as we know them IJrst came In In the days of Edward I but they continued comparative rarities until Elizabeths reign First made of wood and bone they were later of gold and sliver and In the eighteenth century some Birmingham steel buttons sold for as much as 140 guineas a gross Even buttons have not been exempt from legislation for an act of George I pro hibited the manufacture of clothcov ered buttons In order to encourage the metal Industry For a mild easy action of the bowels single dose of Doans Regulets is enough Treatment cures habitual con stipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist tor them Lives for Humanity simplestkindKropotkln the famous Russian exile whose revolutionary teachings led to several terms of Imprisonment while serving one of which he escaped to England The prince rarely leaves his Bromley homo where he writes his books and Indulges In his favorite hob bies of book binding and carpentry He is a man who has suffered oven more than Tolstol for his ideas and still seeks by his writings to amolfor ate ttte conditions under which the KsiBslan peasant lives CASTOR IIA for Infants and Children We Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnatnro of titliu I INOTICEto obituaries Babbage publish card free f LyyrL HOW TO GET GOOD ROADS May Be Built In Systems Miles at a Time PUBLIC SHOULD BE TAXED Would Remove a Heavy Burden on Farm Property 1000000 Miles of Highways Out of 2300000 Are Used For Rural Free Delivery and Are Thus Post Roads It would save a deal Of time trouble and expense If one state or community would profit by the experience of oth ers In the matter of road building rath er than persist in going forward by fits and starts and generally making a mess of It before learning what to do and how to do It It would shorten the process and the same end would be the sooner reached New York be gan with an appropriation of 58000 but In five years voted a bond Issue of 50000000 and Is expending 5000000 a year Maryland Is expending one third as much Pennsylvania is put ting millions every year Into good per mnnent roads Illinois Iowa Missouri and other valley states should sit up and take notice The split log drag or Its equivalent Is a very valuable road tool Its use should be encouraged We should not however deceive ourselves that the road drug Is a solution of the good roads problem Nothing short of a hard- wearing surface upon the main roads will meet the need of the age The money required to build good permanent roads throughout the country would reach enormous figures and If It were an Item of expense that must be prtld now one might well regard the task as hopeless However the situa tion when understood Is not at all dis couraging from a financial viewpoint The only drawback Is the reluctance of the public to study the question closelyIf following points are kept In mind It will aid to a clearer conception of the facts Involved In the good roads question First Every good road built Is an asset It adds to the property value of the country more than Its cost It JETTING THE ROAD IN CONDITION From Good Roads Magazine New York Increases the value of all forms ol property but farm property most ot all This receives the largest and most direct benefit from good roads Ko good roads are an Investment as surely as building barns drainage or any other improvement that adds value Second The roads ought to bo built In systems many miles at a time In this way better work can be secured and the cost per mile will be much less If twenty to thirty miles are built at a time competition will be sharp Contractors will plan to use the latest and most approved methods and the result will be a better job at 10 to 25 per cent less money There Is apt to be better inspection and con struction consequently less cost to maintain than It built in short scrips Third The payment of the original cost of building the roads ought to be extended over twenty or thirty years There Is no valid reason why those now carrying the burden of taxation should bear the whole load A stone brick or even a good gravel road If well built will serve for a generation with a moderate up keep expense Why should not those who come after us and enjoy the benefit help pay the bill Tills makes the payment comparatively easy Fourth The rods belong to the public Their condition affects the pub lie welfare They are used to carry the food supply of the worlds market and to return a largo part of the face tory output to the farm It is equita ble that at least onehalf the expense of building and caring for good roads should bo chargeable to tho public as a whole and the other onehalf paid by tho locality receiving the immediate and most direct benefit This takes a heavy burden off farm property Fifth Out of approximately 2300 000 miles of highways in tho United States about 1000000 are used for rural delivery and are thus post roads It is estimated that four fitths of all the traffic the country over passes over onefourth of the road mileage It is these roads with the heavy traffic which should receive the first atten tion If 400000 miles of good stone or gravel roads were added to those already built it would give a complete network of good roads from ocean to ocean and from the lakes to the gulf and wound servo from 75 to 80 percent of all the traveling upon the pub lie hichwars The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tive litany sudden deaths are caused by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy arc often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance- tlrekidneypoison ed blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of I the bladder brickdust or sediment In the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make namelSwampRootyou something in place of SwampRoot f you do you will be dlsappointed Dumas Monte Crlsto Alexander Dumas the great French novelist never set foot on the Island of Monte cristo to some book which been purchased by tho king of Italy Whon visiting Elba In 1842 the novel Ist sailed across to Monte Cristo In the hope o shooting some wild goats On the point of landing however he learned from one of the sailors that as the Island was uninhabited no boat was allowed to touch there under penalty of six days quarantine at the next port of call It was therefore decided not to disembark but Dumas Insisted on rowing all round the fs land because he told his companion Prince Napoleon I Intend In memory of this trip with you to give the name of Monte Christo to some book which 1 shall write later on Dues Your Back Ache If it does you should know that back ache is generally caused by weak or diseased kidneys A medicine called Kidnets has all Its ingredients print ed on the label so that everyone may know just what is in it Ii is the great kidney and bladder medicine It stops frequent urination Druggist and dealers sell it for 50c Ancient Superstition Parat an apothecary of Paris Jeal ous of his wife compelled her under fear of death to run needles through a wax Image of the suspected lover Thus was there a continuance of an oldpractice known to Sicilians In the days of Theocritus Thus are we reminded of Rossettls Sister Helen and a tragic scene in The Return or the Native We rend not long ago that this spell of the wax image was still practised In counties of England Was It ever practiced in New Eng land Are such dolls now made In this country and melted so that with it a rival or an enemy may waste away A Man Wauts To Die only when a lazy liver and sluggish bowels cause frightful despondency but Dr Kings New Life Pills expel poisons from the system brine hope and courage cures all Liver Stomach and Kidney troubles impart health and vigor to the weak nervous and ailing 25c At Severs Drug Co- BLOTTING PAPER Its Discovery Was the Result of a Workmans Carelessness Blotting paper was discovered purely by accident Some ordinary paper was being made odd day at a mill In Berkshire when a careless workman forgot to put in the sizing material It may be Imagined what angry scenes would take place in that mill as the whole of the paper made was regarded as being quite useless The proprIe- tor of the will desired id write a note shortly afterward and ho took apiece of waste paper thinking it was good enough for the purpose To his Intense annoyance the ink spread all over the paper Allot a sudden there flashed over his wind the thought that this paper would do Instead bfc sand for drying ink and ho at onco advertised his waste paper as blotting Tho reason the paper is of use in drying ink Is that really it la a mass of hairlike tubes which suck up liquid by capillary attraction If a very fine glass tube Is put into water the liquid will rise in It owing to capillary attraction Tho art of manufacturing blotting paper has been carried to such a degree that ttm product has wonder ful absorbent qualities Tho original blotting paper was of a pink color duo to tho fact that red rags were used rags which could not be used for making the ordinary pat per as the color could not be remove Hero was a method for using the apparently useless matter and so for a long time pink was the predominant color London M Af Subscribe r I ttiE9iE NtIE iE9iE1iEt II1 NEW IL Livery Stable I Stephensport Ky New Rigs New Horses ffiI New Stable 1 Nearii i Open for theh Public DepotsYIf you have any riding or 0WdrivingFeed of any kind we can S furnishi fij We thndI8 Ice also 44Your patronage willIbe appreciated ft SMITH HANKS 4Proprietors x Stephensport Ky + I pOLAND CHINASI 15 Fall Boars and Gilts sired by the 500 pound boar we exhibited at County Fair They willweigh up to a 100 pounds and growing fast Will be crated for shipment and registered in purchasers name at 15 and 20 WIiiJ Owen Son Route No 1 Hardinsburg Ky C L 1III IF YOU I IIDont think itII sk IPays to- Advertise I r Iask some ofI i I those who do I 11and see if 11- II i they dont teUJJ II You l their sales are F 11 almost doubleI Now is the time If you Are WiseF r I ti rSend Us Your Name Y7E have a good money making proposition and want to tell you about it Write today for par ticulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 030 Broadway NEW YORK NYi Send your order to the News o for topics of Joys of The Pr ielI Kentucklans in Newspaper Work torn piled by Louise gHcelS coMm fc copy Y rn- s = e- w f I for tu- h e vhen shown positive and reliable proof that a certain icdy had cured numerous cases of female ills wouldnt sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would benefit her if suffering with the same trouble r ere are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia s inkhams Vegetable Compound Fitclivillo OhlolIy daughter was all run down suffered from pains in her side head and limbs and could walk but a short distance at a time She came very near having nervous prostration had begun to cough a good deal and seemed melancholy by spells She tried two doctors but got little help Since taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Blood Purifier and Liver Pills she has im proved so much that she feels and looks like another glrllIrs C Cole Fitchville Ohio IrnRlmraVermontHI feel it my duty to y a few words in praise of yurmetUeine When I began king it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou cs and nervous prostration I am now taking the sixth bot 0 of Lydia EPinkhams Vegetable Compound and find myself eatly improved My friends who call to see me have noticed great changeMrs A H Sanborn Irasburg Vermont I We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will eve to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of these women were paid in any way for 4 eir testimonials or that the letters are publishedwithout leir permission or that the original letter from each did pt come to us entirely unsolicited I What more proof can any one ask For 30 years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable impound has been the standard remedy for male ills No sick woman docs Justice to rself who will not try this famous medicine ade exclusively from roots and herbs and as thousands of cures to its credit to Mrs Pinkhara invites all sick women to write her for advice She has tied thousands to health free of charge Address Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass st- I he Lure ofI MaskiI IYHAROLD MAC GRATH Copyright 1908 by the Bobb Merrill Co ng DOCK enougn gold to send you to America But what was to become of you r Worthr not expectedDbe question was h Italy is my homo I shall find a iy somehow Put me out of your ughts entirely But I am sorry tong you this bItter disappointment J It must bo bitter 1 There is ono thing I wish to under IDnd thoroughly put In Worth slow 6 You have guaranteed oar credit at IB hotel By what means Worth r Id her eye with courage With my worn she answered 3i I know something of these foreign 11a1 ten managers Words must be back by values Worths eye was still 1dyand unwavering If as I be ref you guaranteed our credit with l nrlb we must know 11iIs It from a sensea misguided to ot chivalry she asKed tier D suggesting a smile iil U pn aro evading us went on ortb You insiSt then coldly 1osittvely Insist If you do not tell ye shall bfe forced to take our tIJil kncea elsewhere Worth pressed a A serVant appeared The 11ttODrat once dropped 1 hr veil and i Hy In her chair Kitty moved lly The manager appeared He JCadame hen began Worth Indl I ting La Slgnfcrtna has guaranteed pur credit at your hotel YeaIs not everylhlnr Bailafac icy T asked thh manager eagerly What secuvjty did madame ad ee1 fiEtecurityr The manager looked at i Signorina but she rendered him at the least assistance 1haveglvehw- orddQ to madame not to tell Then three gentlemen shall leave Bike put our bill at once I The manager appealed to the lady Yon are foolish men spoke La obriflau If the manager wishes to you he may do so fie manager brought forth a fat et and opelied It Out of this he a flat object wrapped In tissue ir Very tenderly he nido1deIlYif pendantSI waa to keep this simply till 1 une choM to reclaim It Nothing beaiadvanattddaaiaatit Anew rbt CIJQfto tv ajzxglre iiT mind and he turned slightly pale If It Is not nindames It Is mine said La Signorina Sill was very angry but tier sense of jus tke admitted that Worth was perfect Iy right Ouce more J ask you not to make me miserable by forcing this trinket buck upon me Will you do me the honor to wait till tomorrow morningThe men exchanged looks Till tomorrow morning then said Worth The manager was glad to ts capeLa Slgnorlno raised her veil From her girdle bug she took a letter This letter Is from a friend I have always known tins any one of you erei heard of the Prlnclpessa dl Monte Blanco Her ntidlenre leaned forward atten tlrely us she read the letter My DearI was very glad Indeed to hear from you and 1 shall be unly too happy to otter you the temporary assist ance you desire You will recollect that I possess a villa just outside ot Florence a mllo or so north ofFlesolo The villa Is furnished and kept In repair by an ancient gardener and his wife you and your friend are welcome to occupy the Villa Ariadne as lone as you please Of course you will find all the chests bu roans sideboards and closets under seal for 1 have not been there since tho death of my father None of the seals may be removed till 1 occupy the villa legally However the gardener and his wife have Miter1 and linen aftd china and with these you will be able to get along nicely LAPRINCIPESSA DI MONTE BIANCA Tho question Is Shall we accept this offer She refolded tho letter This was tho plan I had In mind when we went to Monte Carlo and a much better plan too Of course wo shall accept it said WorthBut whats tho matter with your playing the princess to the neighbors 7 suggested OMally hjs eyes laughing Ill bo the concierge Smith the stew and and Kitty your maid And n asked Worth Obi you can bo her highness prl date secretary and attend to itfe car respondenceThe erwblcb followed this was light hearted and careless Only La SIgnorina did not join the merri went She rose with a determined air Mr OMally makes a very good sug iiiUD It will be an adventure wortb recounting I shall go as the princess Her tilgbawJ cemmandsl Will it not bo delighlfal Worth looked at OMally who looked at Smith who looked at Kitty then all four looked at La Signorina Are you notelightenlng our trials by joklnfe asked Worth dubiously Call It madness If you like I shall go prlneessin l It will be prison I am sufficiently armed for any event It all depends upon your courage 10b If you take that tone i said OMally coloring why the thing Is done No one can call me a coward I Bhant deertyotl In a strait like this remarked Worth quietly Only J tbllf La ilgnorina rathac cruel to Mce stl M aIttUatfeoupeg BaWhen- d il n v The manaacr brought forth a wallet it vas entirely unnecessary It is agreed then continued La Signorina that tomorrow we depart for Florence as tho 1rlnclpessa dll Monte Blanca and suit it Is In early morning that one should discover the Piazza San Marco Few travelers always excepting the Teu tonic pilgrims are up and ubout The doves are hungry then and they alight on yodr hands your arms your shoul ders and even your bat In a moment they ute fluttering about you like an autumn storm of leaves subsiding quicklyIt such a picture Mcrrlhew and Qlllard his guide came upon till morning following their arrival They had not visited It during the night They bad with the usual Imphtieiiio of men gone directly to the Campo Santa Maria Formosa for the great reward They had watched and waited till near midnight but In vain Suddenly Qlllard stopped lie gave a sharp exclamation and darted to one side to grasp the arm of a neat little woman who was buying corn It was Bettlnu But the maid refused abso lutely to reveal the hiding place of tier mistress La Signorlna and Kitty IIIHard offered her a hundred Urn note 501- Bettina strongly tempted finally re fused the bribe She threatened to cull the vamblulerl moreover If Qllliird followed her Ulllard rejoined Merrihew discour aged As they passed out of the quadrangle a man accosted them It was Ulornu nl with a weeks growth of beard on his face his shoes out nt the toes Follow me be said softly He led them through tortuous streets over canal after canal toward the Campo San Angelo Ho came to a atop before a dilapidated tenement The three mounted the dusty worn stairs of stone to the third landing Giovanni opened a door and built them enter Seated by tho window which overlooked the little canal was a young woman Her hands lay passively In her lap and her head was lowered You have found her whispered Hillard a great pity swelling his heart At the sound she turned her bend Her face thin and waxen was stll beautiful ethereally beautiful but without color She was perhaps three and twenty- I have brought an old friend to see you said Jlovannl She stood up Wo are wing back to the Sabine hills Endehrttn and I The old man rubbedl his hands Joyously Eh carlsslrae Yes father with a taint smile Giovanni pushed his friends Into an other room closing the door I found her be said In English the chords In his throat standing out And mother of Christ how 1 have suffered She was dancing She had tb sit at tables and drink with the menthat or the Seine When she saw mo she gave a great cry and fell She has nbt been like herself but that will pass away In time Now she sits in silenco and broods 1 went to the Italian ambassador Ho hoard my story In full He wrote personally to the king Today I am free I have had tb walk from Milan almost I had little money That letter of credit so you call ItIs with my cousin In SorrentoAnd the man Hillard could not retrain from putting this question Giovanni looked down The signor told me never to speak of that again ISo I did replied Hillard But all Is changed now Go hack to your hills with your daughter and leayol vengeance In trio hands of God Forget this man who has wronged you Forget If he docs not cross my pathand ifsho lives I have suffered too greatly to forgive nnd forget I promise not to seek him The old man wont down to the street with them They were so kind He hated the thought of losing them They waved their hands cheerily and vanished from sight They never saw Giovanni again yet his hand was to work out the great epoch In Hlllards tlny 4 To becoatlniid I v rkk ART CRITICISM A Story a Painter Told About the Artist Constable- A well known Now York painter told at a luncheon it story ubout art crltl elsin All art criticism Is tolerable he said except that which Is Insincere The great Constable at a varnishing day at the Royal academy paused be fore As picture nod said Very good especially tho sky The sky is superb Then ho passed on to B and said As picture Is very bad Go look at It The sky IH like putty So B went and looked and then ex claimed us If to himself Why I like tile sky Well cried A the painter of till picture why shouldnt you like my sky But Constable said It was like putty B explained confusedly- So A In a furious rage strode up to Constable and shouted Constable youre a humbug 1 never asked for your opinion about my picture yet you came to me and praised It You said that especially you liked my sky Then at once you go off and tell some ono else that my sky Is like putty- Constabll listened with a smile Ho was not at all confused My dear fellow you dont under stand he uald I like puttyLos Angeles Times Ask Them About Ill For many years physicians and nurses have considered Kemps Balsam the best cough cure Every druggist and dealer in medicine sells and recom mends Kemps Balsam Ask the doctor the nurse or the druggist about it It is for cough irritation of the throat bronchitis asthma and hall throat and lung troubles The price is 25c a bottle SHE KNEW THE GAME A Nice Old Chicago Lady Who Was d Baseball Fan- I remember being on u Chicago street car says Ellis Parker Butler In Sue cess Magazine sitting beside a nice old lady In mourning n year or so ago She was nervous and kept glancing at me and then glancing away again It made me uncomfortable I thought she took me for u pickpocket or some other bad man Finally she could con thin herself no longer She leaned over Excuse me she sold but have you heard yet how the Cubs game came out 1 hadnt and her face fell but In v moment she saw a possible opportunity forconsolationWell asked can you toll me who they are putting In the box today pow wits that for a gray haired grandma V In Chicago tthey all talk basebtli trout the cradle to the grave Up to 3 oclock In the afternoon during tln baseball somiun no one talks about any thing but tine game of the tiny liofurr From a oclock on the only subject t the game that Is being played Tin school child who cannot add two u 11 plea plus three apples and make I live apples v Ith any certainty of cor redness euu llgure out the Htantlln of the ChUauo unites with one hunt and a pomil that will ninke a mark only when II Is held straight up and down A Regular TomBoy wits Susie climbing trees nnd fences jumping ditches whitling always get ting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or solds Butlaws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals every thing healableBolls Ulcers Eczema Old S res Corn or piles Try it 25c at Severs Drug Co The Umpire at Home Billy Evans sat alone in his home the other evening meditating on tho approaching baseball season which means his return to the arduous um plrlng pursuit He was thinking of a number of vexatious features of his calling when his thoughts were Interrupted by the ringing of the telephone bell Some woman desired to talk to Evans wlte who did not happen to be at home Shes outllt shouted Evans absent mindedly In such a thunderous tone that he nearly ruined the poor wom ans ear drum Cleveland Plain Dealer uDr Thomas Blectic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in our family for eight yearsMrs L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y Sledgehammer Education The teacher of one of the grades In a primary school was astonished to receive the following communication from the parent of a pupil Dear Mlas TMnklng it might become necessary I hereby give you permission to beet my son anytime It Is necessary to lern him his lessons My Tom Is Just Uko hIs father you have to lorn him with t club Just you pound ripjodgo Into him the way I want Dont pay no attention to what his father says I will handle him Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The Right to Work Drum of tho Village Orchestra I dont care what ypu do say too tune aint finished Ive only hit on tree underd an fifteen times instead of tower f underd as is my share Lon don Punch Idle anet Three bees that give noloneybrag boot and bluster Life n I i- et 1 It 11 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE ICorrected to Nay 1 1910 01 H7 145 143 141STATIONS 146 1142 144 I 148 DIlly Dally Dally Dally Dally I Dally Dally Dally 92lpmLtpm44p0ms40nm Lv10UISVIILG Ar 7 limn IS5Dm amU 53 SiltAWIiKKUV fl2S5 IUSUOKK WI a tibo rP 00 MKUOIIA ffl 42 f12 13 t7 OS f5 H to 14 STITE4ro ail 12 07 f10l f fa 17 KATIIB N f2 01 10 01 5 21 I9 21 WEST IOINT 0 29 12 01 0 M f523 to 23 HOWAUI fll5Sn 1054 f6 31 ro 30 11A1t1LESiii 50 rn 46 r5 31 fO 31 HOOK 11vVKN ftl 45 t6 41 15 43 f9 40 LUNG HUANOII fun 37 to iu 5 52 040 UIlANDKNHUlia 11 206v5 59 fO 60 IKKUON tit 21 010 003 flO OJ GUSTON 5 48 fll 13 a 08 1043 015 025 10 15 JHYlNU1ON ftf 41 11 05 001 I6 31 NOMB WRHSTKll flO ftT tit 42 f039 f027 LODIllUiLG flO 48 f531 41f65u ftfi n 53 10 44 STEPIIENSPORT10 26 5 14 1102 no 48 ADDISON flO 22 t51o t7 01 flu 50 HOLT flO 10 f508 0t mill 20 7 15 11 00 815SI101Sftll1 r7 2i SKILLMAN f953 f803 6fOl145iiit737a29f6n nf1o3DUTCH 113 12 35m JBSJ ibTopm OWENSHOHO 3 50 f845 345 6538 40 CONWAY 41f13lDiu 831I7j 4tJ ro 10 HEED 18 07 fO 21 J163 f9 1IJ URALS f8 01 fO 1C- 158 9 18 SpoTTSvrLLE 7 f3 11 0 13 8 UI fIt 24i HASKKTT 15J f3 07 6 M 8 25 1 30 IX HENDERSON 3 00 I 7 39 2 55 5 55pm j 1 30lOamI4OpmI 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 Ulan sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 willstop 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 Class 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 i Iasson10STATIONSMixed Mixed Pusson Mixed Mixed Dally ox Dally uX Kor gar Dully ox Dully oz Sunday Sunday Dally Dully Sunday Sunday 1140pmf655709 555 sl3B Garflelds042 s327 s1110 f720 607 1113 Harned f931 307 1058 s734s611 sllsO Hardinsburg 5923 s243 S1048 f7iO 637 1203pm Kirk909 222 1031 757 W 45 1209 McQuadyf9 08 202 flO 24 5810 s6 59 512 20Glendeane s8 63sl47s8 19 f70U S122S Dempster 5845s140 s013slOOO sS33 S11341 Fans of Rough 831 si 25 slOOOfloor 855 7l3 f 100 Rockvale 813 si 00 U 01 7l9 f 105 Vanzant fa 07 1242 f 966 53f0f s920 736 f 120 Elmltchs7 55 s2 15 s 038 925 75Uu Fordsvllle 1210pm 9357 55 1 211 Ar Ellmltch Lv fsfj f 430f 8liO f 135 Dundee 17 85 4 UU f 810 f 1 83uUukehurst f 7 20 uf 340 310Iu JO 47 f 25lf Iuno f 204 uuKrlJnos f6 32 f 2348 0IS S2J7 Aloorman s6 Is s 204 f101S 1307Bremen f 5 55 f 144 1018 f 3 2i Miliport f 535 r 1 24 HilS f 343 0Anton f 5 12f100 11 45 3400 Aladlsonvllle u us 123011 55 14 11 EARLINOTON i 40 1220 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businccs 1 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 usat once telling us what you want and where you want it and lotus 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 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 onablingbuyersJno D Babbage CQ en 07 acres 3H miles north of HardPy 3V Ins burl near the Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements Double Log house small stable Good rich laud tine for Hurley tobacco Terms easy bor further lntorma Lion wrIte Jno D BabbaRo Olovorport Ky 417 300 HO acres 2 miles from Guston t 3 miles from Irvington well watered lays well good young orchard good I yardstrol1Iclwolllnjr with Kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tenonL house and cis torn back In the Held moat and hen house wood shed will soil on easy payments plenty otsnmll fruit Further particulars address Jab D Babbage Cloverport Ky 67 ACRE FAItM I room cottage hall and porch In Rood repaIr good 1stall stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat house and bon house and a variety of apples poaches and grapes a good well and never tailing spring for stock water 200 yards oast thelIIltbSchool 2 OHO for 160 acres four miles west ofp tuuu oiondoane miles from branch railroad all fresU land 100 acres In cultlva tion 50 acres In grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood I plenty lasting water well at door of dwell ing log dwelling a rooms and side room 4liil O THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr- k 0- R housesPlenLypurposesgoodCOR SALE JL combinedwholelengthexchange for a dwelling house in Oloverport AvenueWellFOR SALEA farm containing 2SO acres and ftyllo barnalonetonanttrees also pears quinces and apricots i most all olesreebalance11 groves of black locust sufficient for posts tc Ekrononuclongpoll SALEA splendid stand for a druggist surrol1nde4by stepInto retlIsulars address JNO D DABBAOE Oloyer port Ky iTbe mostcontrally located and onIYfirstc ass lwtel In the city mILking aa100rate- Only one block from the principal shopping district two blocks i from the prlncipSi theatres street ears vase tho door tolall parts of the city Plvorything neat and dean r e- p r I r r I NSWERS EVERY CALL Cloverport People Have Found 1r That This Is True A cold a strain a sudden wrench A little cause may hurt the KidneysWj m1 Spells of backache often follow Or some Irregularity of the urine 1 A certain remedy for such attacks i i A medicine that answers every call Is Doans Kidney Pills a true spe I i Iticific jjHere is one case G W Bethel 1205 Eleventh St I Owensboro Ky says I had heart mofDoans Kidney Pills arid as I had a TI s i lameness across my kidneys I procured abox and took them carefully as direct- edI The result was that my trouble disappeared A relative also suffered f from an attack of lumbago that made every movement painful and his kldneys were disordered I insisted on his tak- Ing Doans Kidney Pills and it was wonderful how quickly they disposed o- flathepain and lameness In a few days this person was back to work and fthekidney difficulty had disappeared lor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents f posterMilburn co Buffalo New York + sole agents for the UuitedlStates = Remeaber the name Doaus and take no other r I It G Vessels Makes A Plain Talk To Ills Friends i d Why is it that sensible men and good V farmers will continue to pay their 1 ittmoneyf to eastern Insurance Companys s when they have one in their midst that tIi p has been doing business almost six 3rrj years and doing it on a safe and legiti mate plan as any company in the state Ask your attorney if we are not a legal ly organized company ask him if we 1 1arenot bound to pay our losses ask any member of this company who has suffered a loss if we have not met them promptly and to their entire satisfac- tionJ Now brother farmers in next I November we will have been doing = business for a period of six years In that time we have paid eightyfive cents the one hundred dollars worth of r1on carried That does not mean I anually but for the entire time We began to issue policies when we had fifty thousand dollars to insure At the present time we carry approximately I eight hundred thousand Now it is Nothing to anymes4ber of this com Vfipany whether you belong or not You are not worth any money to the com I pany but we would like to see you save gyourmoney We have no solicitors running after the farmers of these counties beseeching them to join Our I constitution and bylaws will be hand ed to any oneon application they itstate exactly what the company proposed e to do Why not secure your indem nity at actual cost and not contribute I your money to augment the colossal fortunes of the Insurance Companies of I the east We presume there possibly may be good farmers in these two I counties who do not know of the ex I istance of this company To these we aim to make an appeal To those who have plenty of money and dont care to spend it we say go their way Our secretarys address is Geo W Dodson Frymire Ky HG V Frymire Ky May 18 1910 Are In Kansas Dear Mr BabbagePlease sendour paper to Valley Center Kansas As I my husband has located permanently here this will be our adopted home tor t ILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kin- gSINew Discovery PDICE1Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOB OR MONEY REFUNDED I JI several years I regret to leave dear old Kentucky but Dr Chipps likes the WeSt and thinks there is more money to be made here than at home If you are ever oat this way come to see us Yours truly Mrs I E Chlpp Center Valley Kansas r McGAVOCKS i Messrs John Knight and Em mett Crenshaw went to llawcsvillo Tuesday Mr and Mrs Pat Ify an fro the proud parents of a twelve pound girl born May 7th Mrs Lou Simmons was thu guest of Mrs Ben Taut of Mat tingly who is quiet ill Thursday Thomas Bates of Pisgah was here this week taking the census Miss Lizzie Pumphrey and bro ther Jack wore in Cloverporfc FridayMessrs John Knight and Al boil Newman were in Cloverport FridayMiss Anna Gillans of Victoria was the guest of Miss Sallie Knight Saturday and Sunday Those from here who attended tho commencement of the Clover port High School Friday night were Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty Messrs Joy Beatty Gus BaUman Mat Murray and Abe McGavockIf Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner An Ideal Husband is patient even with a nagging wife for he 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 deeplessness con stipatiun or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the 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 f0c Satisfaction guaranteed by Severs Drug Co ROSETTA i Paul Ganrer visited his sister Mrs E Lampton at Madrid last weekClaud Garner went to Fisher Saturday to visit his grandparents Mr and Mis N J Mercer Mr and Mrs Buriel Priest are receiving congratulations on the arrival of their little daughter who come May 12 Stanley Ross went to Hardins Gurg last Saturday Mrs Lee Beard visited her daughter Mrs Cress Millburn at Custer last week- Lighting struck Mat Priests barn Thursday night and set it afire but was put out before much damage was done J E Mercer went to Louisville Snturdaytoseo his sister Mrs War Mr Roscoo Brown of this place and Miss OHio St Clair of High Plains were quietly married at tho home of tho bride Sunday afternoon Rev B IV Hardin of ficatingIf best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use NOTICE When sending a news Item to this of lice please make it as brief as possible- so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of terest Editor D I TAR FORK i Mr and Mrs Ed Hook wore at Kirk Wednesday shopping Mr and Mrs W II Robbins wore in Clovorport Thursday Mr and Mrs John Faqun of Hawesville arc the guests of their son Horace Fuqua and family Rev Father Knuo of McQuady wad in our midst Thursday I Mr and Mrs Dud Moorman visited her parents Mr and Mrs Walter Wilson of McQuady Sat urday and Sunday Miss Beulah Rice and brother Earnest spent Saturday find Sun day with Misses Lena and Ida Hawkins of Mattingly- J B Jackson was in Hardins burg Thursday Mr and Mrs John Easton spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs L W Elmore of McQuady Mrs Monroe Marlowe had a tine horse to die Saturday- So much rain is delaying the farmers of this section with their farm work Hardly anyone is through planting corn Very little tobacco has been set as the ground is too wet to be pre paredIf e best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAwI LAHANT Farmers are behind with their work owing to the cool wet weather Little Guy Hylton is on the sick list this week Mrs Mary Rayborn arrived from Owensboro Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs Morgan Noble Mrand Mrs Hylton and Mrs Ernest Elder went to Stephensport shopping Friday Mrs Agness Vessells was the guest of her aunt Mrs Belle Kullman the past week If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use Stop itching Instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum Letter itch hives herpes scabies Doaus Ointment At any drug estor Had Fine Luck Of all the chicken raisers the News has heard of this spring Mrs Sam Bishops luck is the best She has one hundred and twenty little chicks and just nine hens Mrs Bishops home in Eastland will be a most desirable place to visit this summer A PATHETIC PARTING Last Meeting of William Winter and Richard Mansfield The Inst days of Mansfield were in expressibly nlUlctlui and sorrowful Ills condition underwent very ninny changes his suffering at times was great but slowly he gained a little strength lIe had for some time been determined ou a Journey to England His passage was engaged for May Abut he was not able to sail I saw him on tho morning of May 11 1007 I told them 1 would see you Wlllyl he said oven If I were dying We sat together for some time lie did not speak much nor could 1 speak much to him It seemed best that we should both pretend to believe that be would soon be well but I knew that I should never see him again When bo did speak it was little moro than a mur mured word or two Ills mind was busy with the past Several times bo mentioned Jefferson and his paintings Studies In green they are ho said Once he spoke aloud to himself I have not llvod n had life Presently I rose to go and clasped his hand and said gOodby At the door I turned to H me gS TJ a g a asss K5SSSS fey 1I KEEP COOL t don CoParBeg to announce their organization and incorporation and in about 30 days will bo making ice with thoir bran new 10 ton per day machine now being installed in their buIldingco I iix OUR MOTTO The Best Ice at the Least Possible CostttAll parties desiring to make contracts for their ice will please correspond with tho 0 undersigned coma Marion WeatliepliQlt SecyitS aiia- n t OJ J I7 I- Io = cV iY r AlV 4 0 rJl EVERY FARMERAs well as every business ulna should have a bank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer in tho bank thaii anywhere else methodYourpaysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit- A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save bookkeepingYour business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg TrustCo Hardinsburg Ky I tVJ MA dMAra3JOYS OF THE PRESSBY KENTUCKIANS IN NEWSPAPER WORK Complied by Louise m I ANoriginal unique and interesting creation of paper type bright cheery paragraphs that make one happy to readrJUST LITTLE DREAMS COME TRUE Price 15c the Copy at the Print Shop ol The Breckenridge NewsCLOVERPORTHENTUCKY look at him once more 116 was sitting huddled In his cljnlr Ills figure was much emaciated his clothes hung loosely about him his face was pale and very wretched in expression and I saw in his eyes us ho looked at mo that he knew our parting was forever I went back and I kissed his forehead and pressed his hand and so camo away We never met again Since then I have stood besldo his grave Life seems to be chiefly made up of farewells like that and memories lI1 e- theseLlfe anti Art of Richard Mans field by William Winter For the Best results try News Want Ads WHY MEAT IS HIGH Part of the Trouble Is With the Hoiso keeper More than half the trouble with the meat prices lies with the housekeeper who doesnt know how to utilize what she gets said Miss Annie Barrows of the Teachers college school of house hold arts New York city Most of us she went on to say are like the man who bought four whole turkeys and ate only the oys ters of each those delicious bits of dark meat that lie on the breastbone mho well to do consumer knows little about the cheaper cuts of meat buys only tho choicest sirloin pieces and falls to use them to their best advan tage Few women use the flank fat for which they have paid but order extra suet fat for which they are charged 10 cents a pound The butcher sends the other back to the smelt ers where it is used for soap or made into lard in which form we pay for It againThere are many cuts other than the fore quarters which make good roasts and very pleasing dishes If prepared properly The principal thing to re member is that a low temperature and n slow lire are necessary to put them into n palatable condition Anything that is thoroughly cooked Is safe but only the tenderest pieces of course should ho eaten in a raw or a rare state I hopo the time will cone when the lower cuts which used to bo sold to the army and navy for corned beef or turned Into sausage meat will bo used by the Judicious housewife She should thoroughly understand the anat omy of her four footed beast and her hemaychange the skeleton In fowl there Is of necessity almost 20 per cent waste material but that la till the more reason why every scrap of it should be utilized Tho heart liver and gizzard can bo chopped up In the gravy or add d to the omelet of the next days luncheon because the less wo eat of the bird tho moro wo pay for every bit Every ono knows of course that the skeleton and bones give a delicious flavor to soups and that tho fat makes excellent frying greaseWo aro Just as wasteful with our vegetables as with our meats contin ued Miss Barrows For instance take these beets The grocer when he saw that I wanted to take them with mo was about to chop off the stalks and leaves when I asked him to let me have them as they were Ho looked at mo as though I were demented but every old housekeeper knows that tho tops may bo used like spinac- hNotice That resolutions of respect arc published at 5 cents per lino Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter Jr l tfB 5I I WOOLI I We want to buy your iwool and will pay theiiHighestMarketPriceai I in Cash Dont sell until you see us I IItI I IiII BRANCHES I Ilarncd Ky Gnrlield Ky Ekron ICy IWo Pointt I- CsWEEKLY fJ1 rD n u r CourierJournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor Tho regular price is 100 a year but yoit can hot the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL and tho Breckenridge News i Both One Year f- orS15O I t e V you will give or send your order to this paper Vi NOT to the Courier Journal v Daily CourierJournal Oneveerj 600 Sunday CourierJournal r 200 Wo can givo you a combination cut ratoon Daily or Sunday if yon will write this paper Lt- lfI t Try our Want Column Right NovI t tryl w 4r t R r- S r t i r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO 1 D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO ti tiIssuedEvery Wednesday Subscription Pride 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linesicliargcd for at the rate f10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line prone tr in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should giv- their o old as well as their new address I EIGHT PAGES f CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1910 I Circuit Court which has been in session at Ilardinsburg fori nearly three weeks will probably close out on Thursday Judge R W Slack of Owenshoro who hasbeen acting as special judge for the term has handled the business with dispatch and yet so many cases had crowded upon the docket that it has taken about all the term to get it threshed out Judge Slack has shown the wisdom of a wise and discreet judge in the way he has decided cases and made rulings from tho bench Both litigants and attorneys have been satisfied i with his decisions The Judges long and active experience ns C a practitioner at the bar has given him aclear insight into fixed legal principles Sherman Ball formerly of Ilardinsburg has been appointed As sistant Secretary of State by Dr Brunei Secretary of State Word comes from Frankfort that Gov Willson did not want Mr Ball ap pointed to this place not that he had any objections to the Brecken ridge chap but ho wanted to name the Assistant Secretary and give the place to another yonng Republican Mr Ball is to be congratu lated on holding so securely such a fickle thins as a political favor We are glad for him because he is from Breckenridge It is good to have a friend that sticketh closer than a brother and this is true of J W Newman who was reelected Secretary of the State Fair for a fouryear term James L Dent cast the deciding vote for Mr Newman instead of voting for his brother Emory Dent because he had pledged his word to vote for Mr Newman If a man can win such a vote it is a certainty that ho will bo able to make a great successful State Fair i The county and especially the community around Garfield has lost quite a useful and successful business man in the death of Mr A A Richardson of that place last Sunday morning Mr Richardson was 50 years old and had been in business at Garfield continuously for tho last thirty years Dr L B Moremen one of the progressive young business men of Irvington is soon to tour away the old livery stable on Main street 1in that town and erect thereon a handsome twostory brick busines house and hall Ho has great faith in that towns progress and iis showing it by his work Wo take pleasure in calling attention to our supplement which wo were compelled to issue on account of an overflow of real live matter Our advertisements correspondents readers and subscrib ors are rushing us and we are anxious to give each and all full value received The Irvington Produce Co shipped cars of dressed poultry and eggs last week Poultry and eggs are getting to be the lending products of this cOl ntyTe are glud to see it Our corn planted in March is now growing fine It had a grca struggle to get through April but it braved the storms and cold am is proof that the early bird out in the end The Hancock Clarion is doing a great work for temperance in Hancock county and jt is to be hoped the people of Ilawcsvillo Lowisport and the other towns appreciate it If James L Dent isi really a politician who keeps his word Ringling Brothers will probably be after him as a side show attrac tion Hopkinsville Kentuckian Bony Bells one of our best known and oldest citizens is passim into the shadow of death and we extend our sympathy to his family- at Ilardinsburg ExPresident Roosevelt has been invited to visit Louisville the latter part of June McDANIELS Team Defeats leitchfieldClark- And Rhodes Best Batteries Of Breckenridge County 1 McDaniel Ky May 23McDaniels old reliable baseball team defeated the Leitchfield team in a well played game here yesterday by the score of 2 to 1 Batteries for McDaniels Clark and Rhodes Leitchfield Rohn and Oiler The game created much interest All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in au tomizers That it is a wonderful re medy for Nasal Catnrrh is proved by an ever increasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpassages It allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the dis ease Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks All druggists rSc includingspraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York 111I Bow um President A B SKILLMAN Cashier T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics andpaid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Businessr3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor IJno C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher 3 twit wins BIG SPRING Mrs A D McCansof Ellzabethtow visited relatives here last week Mrs Achillis Moorman has return from a ten days visit to Louisville Mrs Nan Galloway is in Cincinna visiting her granddaughter Mr EVeretts Martin nee Malissa Norris Miss Annie Jones is in Louisville visiting her sister Mrs Kate Beard Mr and Mrs Rollie Simpson spent several days in Louisville last wet with friends Miss and Mr Buss of Louisvill visited their parents last week Mr Kennedy of Garfield was hereon business last week Miss Jennie Applegate has returned to West Point after a visit of severs days with Miss Leah Meador Rev G E King spent several day at Constantine last week Mn W A Hynes and daughters Ruth and Margaret Lou leave nee week for Columbia and Louisville for J two weeks visit Mrs Hynes goes tc attend the wedding of her cousin Mi Charlie Barett of Evansville to Mis Lina Rosenfield at Columbia June 8 Miss Carrie MHhvard of Louisvill arrived Friday to visit her sister Mrs JIi D Meador- MissAda Meador and neice Madg Meador are visiting in Louisville Misses Vennie and Vertie Moorma spent the week end with Miss Rachel kith of Stiths Valley Miss Zelma Strother spent the weel end with Miss Fannie Hardaway nea Jewleyville Rev King will preach at Custer th 20th IIf the best is not too good for yo lewlcport Best flour is the flour yoi ought to use Children Cry FOR FLETC- NERSCASTORIA MNiMW I I In Cultivatorsv We carry in stock the genuine Zanesville Brown Riding Cultivators With a Brown you can cultivate more ground and do it better A boy can do a mans work The Brown is a cultivator that will please those who want to buy a cultivator for its real worth and one that will do the most work and easiest operated Let us show you one of these machines i IGOVERNOR va RSy7m d2r uurAbraham Bandala governor of tho state of Tabasco writes asfollows San Juan Bautista Cth Sept 1900 l The Poruna Drug Mfg Co Gentlemen It gives me pleasure to say that the persons who have used t the preparation 1 eruna for catarrhal affections have found It an efficacious euro worthy of bog recommended YOU can mako such use of this letter as you consider most adapted to your Interests and I bej to remain Yonra very truly Abraham BandAla wwwvw Other distinguished personages from Mexico havo given similar statements concerning thobonoKtof1crnria Prominent among these men of worldwide teputatlon Is Dr Au ustin Rivera Sllao Gu inajuato Mexico The Poruna Drug Co t GentlemenllecauBo of the magnifi I cent results which I havo obtained from tho use of your pnlsoworthy remedy Pcruna In several obstinate cases of II nasal catarrh I take pleasure in writing you a testimonial recommending Iitas the host medicine dlscov red for such cases Prof McCoy Leaves I I IProf Rufus McCoy left Monday for his home at Union Star Prof McCoy has had a most successful year at the C H S and is very popular in school and social circles of Cloverport I congratulate you for such a splendid preparation and offer to you my services as tho first to recommend itto my numerous customers Accept my most sincere testimonial and uso it as you think best for those who suffer from tho disease which I have mentioned and I am glad to sign myself as your friend Respectfully Di Augustin Bivera As soon as an impartial doctor becomes acquainted with the virtues of Porun he Inds catarrh not to bo BO formidable f Ilwsso Will Go To Holt Mrs Wm Wood and two sons F l I rest and Charles are here from Louis ville visiting friends and Mrs JkA Wood Before returning she will visit at Holt j r FOR SALEAT Jersey Stock Farm 10 head of your own choice cows out of a herd lof 30 head- mostI all 1 and 2 years ldall full blood and part of them registered I Will meet buyer at depot and drive you to the farnttt J Write or phono JJH I GARSUCH Irvington Ky LvaaP Lr + slsVor w h1MYMANMYMWMMMMMMWM MMMMNNMWMMMNYMWMMMMVMNW MMwNANAMMMNMNVMMWMMi MN- NyIJ D ASHCRAFT THE LEADER Farm Implements Buggies and Wagons 3 IIrvingtonKentucky Riding McCormick BindersHI We sell the McCormick Why Because they are better They enable the farmerto harvest his crop quick ly consequently he can handle more acres witnout in creased cost McCormick machines are in general use throughout the world wherever grain and grass are grown There is no trouble with this machine when your crop is rushing you Its always willing and ready to do your work Its a machine you can depend upon during the busy harvest days Place your order right now with us and get ready for the big harvest that 1 71 comingy 6 n c 4 i iI I T J 7 iIii- RI CATARRHn ttElysI Cream abiorbed Balm Relief nl Onco If It cleanses tioothes heals protects the diseased men brane resulting from Catarrh and rhes- awav a Cold in tho iUeael quickly Itoq HAY FEVERstores the Souses of FullsizeGOetsatDruggists Ely Brothers CO Wnrron Street New York f1154e Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY MAY 181910 If RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT y For Precinct and city Officesh 5 260 f For County Officesu 500 r For State and District Offices1500- For+ Calls per line 10 For Cards per ineh 10 E For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression if individual views per line 10 1 i lt K tklSktS KrKkKK K tSrkx t4 t I LITTLE HOME i ABOUT J IIIOME PEOPLE FAR i J AND NEAR e 4 ve ee- RKk1t KraSMRKstKRrtlSk RKkKKt Fresh fish at English Kitchen Owen Berry was In Evansvllle Sun day Earl Fella of Addison was here Fri dayRobt Jones spent Friday in Evans vine John Newton was in Owensboro las WeekSmith English is home from the i sputhJames rawson was in Louisville Sat i urdayDouglas Williams was in Tell City SundayVirge tt Babbage was in Hardinsburg Monday i jMrs Carman is visiting her parents at Custer e Miss Lucile Berry spent Tuesday in y Louisville Miss Beulah Ahl was here from Hard insburg Sunday Mr and Mrs Duncan Pate were in Louisville Monday 1 Best lunch in town for 15 cents t jSnglish Kitchen v Miss Eunice Jennings left Sunday for Bowling Green t Rev G P Dillon is in Glasgow visiting relatives Mrs Marlon Polk was here from Tobinsport Friday Jesse M Howard Glendeane was at Irvington Monday H W West of Lodiburg went to Irvington Saturday Jeff Owen of Glendeane went tot Louisville Saturday Robert Rice Pierce was home from Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs Robt Jones left Tues day for Fairfield Mrs Wm Laslie spent Sunday in Waitman with friends Wm Hoffious and son Elmer were in Owensboro Sunday Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office Miss Bknnon of Eddyville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer Harmon Blaine has moved his family here from Stephensport Mrs George Bentleyof Hawesville was here last week Mrs Gibson and Mrs Hnmman went to Lodiburg Saturday W H Tompkins of Richards Land ing was here last week Mr and Mrs Chas Berry are visiting relatives at Bowling Green Nathaniel Tucker was in Hardins burg Several days last week Monroe Cox of Louisville spen Sunday hero with relatives Mrs Thomas Blaine of Stephensport is visiting relatives here Mr Walker of Owensboro was iin town Saturday on business Raymond Hardesty of Louisville is visiting Miss Hazel Holder Miss Louise Nicholas is visiting re latives and friends in Evansville John Taul of Tar Fork is the gues of his daughter Mrs Joe Mullen- E T Pate of Free Ky was ia Visitor to the News office Saturday- H S English Jr shipped a carload of hogs to Louisville last week Mr Ridgeway of West Point is here visiting Mr and Mrs Ben Ridgeway Chas Macey was here from Holt Thursday and subscribed for the News A great deal of tobacco has beet planted in the Glendeane neighbor hood Little Miss Mildred Morrison is spend ing the week with relatives in Louis villeSliss Francis Biggs ot Greenup Ky is the guest of her aunt Mrs Nancy FerryMrs Wra Mullen spent last week it Irvington with her daughter Mrs Ed McAfeeNext Friday is wool day at Irvington Why cant we have a wool day in Clo verport Wickliffe Morrison is visiting hit grandmother Mrs Batt at New AlbanyMrs John Lawson and son Arthur spent last week in Louisville with rela tives Mrs Denward Wroe of Guston spent Friday here with Mr and Mrs Thos Wroe To every customer a souvenir will be given free at Browns Confectionery SaturdayTo customer a souvenir will be given free at Browns Confectionery Saturday To every customer a souvenir will be given free at Browns Confectionery SaturdayMiss Hilt and nephew Leon Galloway are visiting relatives in EvansvilleII Miss Mayme Roach of Hardinsburg has been visiting her brother Frank RoachRoy OBryan of Rhodelia was here last week the guest of his aunt Mrs Elmer Gabbert Misses Lena and Ida Hawkins of Mattingly spent the week end with Miss Mitt PateIFor SaleYoung horse and buggy Horse is safe for n woman to drive John Weisenberger I n David Duncan of Brandenburg spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Duncan Miss Gordon has returned to Owens boro after spending several weeks at the Cloverport Hotel Mrs Sanford Geary and children of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Chas Bohler Miss Maston and Miss Prescott are expected this week from Lewisport rto visit Miss Lottie Matheney Mrs Pete Ballman and children iof Tar Springs spent last week here with Mr and Mrs J T OConnell W B Taul school trustee wants a well dug at McGavocks and one at Pisgah He is ready for bids R T Gardner and J S Pike Am mons were at Irvington Monday de- lIvering their pooled tobacco Dr Forrest Lightfoot had a fine two year old colt to die Sunday This iIs the second colt he has lost recently Mrs Fletcher Pauley and daughters Grace and Lillian spent Sundav at Kosmosdale with Mrs Ben Carter Vic Robertson received a pair of fin match greys here last week from down the river They were young beauties MrsNathaniel Tucker and daughters Misses Bernice and Lelia spent the week end at Tobinsport with relatives Stoy Hawkins was in town Monda and subscribed for the News for him self and G F= Greenwood of Stephens portJohn D Babbage representing the American Type Founders Company IIn Kentucky and Tennesseee was horn Sunday Miss Inez Gregory returned Saturday to her home in Louisville after spend ing several weeks here with Mrs Clydi MorrisonMr Mrs Wilburn Gregory am son Francis Lee of Louisville were guestst of Mr and Mrs Thos Bohle last week Mrs Jeff Hawkins and Mrs Florence Simons of Tobinsport were here this week shopping and renewed their sub scription to the News Mr and Mrs Neilseti and daughter Miss Clara Parker who spent the win ter in Chicago have returned to theii home at Tar Springs Mrs Chas May returned to Owens boro with her son David May Sunday evening for a visit to him and her neice Mrs Briedenbach If you want Disc Harrows Con Drills Double Shovel Plows Cultiva tors Riding or Walking Mowing Ma chines or Fertilizers call on Julian H BrownSend your orders for Joy of The PressBy Kentuckians in Newspapei work compiled by Louise to the Breckenridge News office Price 11i cents the copy- Remember my shoe sale is going oi and continues to go on until June 15th I am selling mens womens and childrens all styles from Commoi Sense to the latest at costJ H BrownMrs D W Fairleigh and granddaughter Marion Fairleigh of Louisville were guests of Miss Mildred Babbagi Friday Mrs Fairleigh and Mrs Andrew Fairleigh spent Sunday ii Owensboro the guests of Mrs Mar Wathen Subscribe today + + 1 4Warts1Vauted r II JANTEIIto men nt once to work In stone makIifrom8I50to00jkrdngaStenaq work Oood living accommodation Meo WItTompkinsntltrnndenburg for Sale Eight Room House COU SALETwo story house with 8 room 1 and two halls cellar undcrnuath on bout three nens of ground fenced goof stables and outbuildings good cistern loca tlou high wMiln 100 yards of school house on one side and church on tho other Price gt OlendeaneKyI For SaleStore WE wish to soul our stock of goods consist Ingot Dry Goods Groceries Notions Etc Will either cell or rent store house uni ROodhuslnoOashnmti ft Son Raymond Ky I For Sale Scholarship ItowlinKGreonmentofthat Unlvcrslty UrockcnrltJRo News Cloverport Ky AVSVAAAISI asrVb CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Everything for Hut Weather Comfort Severs Drug Co L Mr Weisenberger Will Make Improvements Soon John Weisenberger who owns the English Kitchen is making plans to improve the house he now occupies or move to a better place Mr Weisen berger says he wants a nice clean res tuarant a place that he and Cloverport will be proud of and he is going to have it He probably serves more lunches to the public than most any man in town iHc JI the you the you the will want Rugs and has all that will suit all Do buy until see what Ladies Muslin kinds of at than you can it Nice Line of Ladies Waists 50c up to 250 also I Have a Complete Line of the Genuine 1 HOSIERY For Women and Children v It will pay the ladies and children to wear this famous brand of hosiery just as it has the menand every who has worn Everwear knows what this means The same Guarantee goes with the womens and childrens hosiery which Issix pairs must wear fix months without a hole rip or tear or new hose will be given free The childrens stockings are especially durable the knee being reinforced as well as the heel and toe The stocking is made of extra long staple cotton and the leg has double the stitching so that it may stretch freely when needed Ladles come in and examine them then try six pairs for yourself and children J C NOLTE BROKY Louisville Report LouisvilleJ MTy28 1010 Special wheato 2 Red and 2 white mixed 433 EggsMarket quiet case count 18 rehandled 19 PoultryHens 14 and 15c per Ib roosters 8c young chickens 20 3ih ducks 12c turkeys 13c geese 7C Hogs Tops 050 light pigs 850 Roughs 8 80 down Sheep and LambsBest fall lambs 7cfat sheep 67C Spring lambs 79c WoolThe market is dull and lower Kentucky and Indiana clear merchan table grease wool 2425J Bluegrass wool 25426 hurry wool 13 21c according to burrs black wool 20 21 dead sheep and seedy wool 18 20c 18 20c tub washed 33 sic Wool should be tied with sisal rope A soft twine should be be used Wool II must be dry and in good condition and sheep tags taken Henderson 155 trip to Owensboro returning same date 3 trip to Louisville 0 and 10 not than 5 Also 28 2 returning date of Carter John D of an old and well at his last Thursday at The ArgRbrlghtI n and ii 0JlQIQ 0 = I =iE- Jo A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You can no not a certificate of depositi the BANKOF CLOVERPORT 0 the1 interest compounded semiannuallyand no better of payingyour bills than always a record of payment 7OPEN ACCOUNT WITH r1lL2JfrJllJI jI E0IcDIQ0 JII OJQ01= T1agJ I IcIo=II O II tiol II 101iEi Jr o i rto II coo II t II f lab1IcIo= 111 THE TEST OP GOOD CLOTHES UST as Government tests armor for fighting fleet so every Kirschbaum Fabric is tested rejected to standard Nothing than absolutely pure wool is accepted every process of making finishing is carefully watched Then when consider thatnevery garment is handtailored have reason resistance theUWeartest of KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHEST- he Kirschbaum Label is a warranty of good clothesit insures most for least It means greater moneys worthin prove yourself if in upon this label when buy guarantee these goods imperfection in cloth or tailoring of a Kirschbaum handmade garment re turn same money will be refunded n For House Cleaning you Curtains Carpets Paper Mattings Alexander at prices not I UnderwearAll muslin underwear Alexanders cheaper ReadyMade hlacksilkundor man CLOVERPORT Market Longberry 8104106CornNo 6- 6OatsNo2 not off X01 investment whoieby plate if Should j Big Lot Laces at 5c lOc nice of readymade at lar prices A Snappy Line Of LowCuts OxfordsF- or Men Boys Ladies for spring now in prices that will suit It Route Notes round May 13 account Ring ling Bros Circus round May returning later June May12 H19 2126 30 and June and two days after sale account Races Mr Dead Carter Clifton Mills known citizen died home lie was buried Walnut Grove was by wife QO JII You find safer better than in with way by you have AN US 1m 10 10 = 00 its n and not up U less and and you for the 0r1 lUJ the the fact you can for you Isist you We find the and Lace Wall thorn you have make from merino skirts worth lino ladies skirts popu and and summer stock at Spring Friday funeral cheek the Ladies Wash SuitsIIH All colors at 500 a suit worth 650 frJlYouof white goods and wash goods in Brcckonridgo countynLadies Trimmed lia tsU nhotsI 0 I I Ujj o f1 o n I ED F ALEXANDER Irvington Kentucky o OJ r0 0 I 0JItr 0 0JII OIQOI ICZ30CZ3iOl 1IIJ J fI- a i 0 u l J I IT Ir l7 jt t N7 tr iid rRd 1 1n F r yl w r r w y N t 5 + F iYC tMi6 MAmess tr 4 +r1 t ++ Mar x ttx mtY I v 11 or ++ANAlO1NOS110MNN t l A ir 1 The Lure I V YTTTyyy CHAPTER XIII MANY NAPOLEONS sighed with per The pretty woo MERRIHEW opposite smiled tenderly and he smiled back abstractedly as a man sometimes will when his mind tries to gather in comprehensively a thought and a picture which are totally differ eat Before him In neat little lustrous stacks stood 7000 francs In gold 350 effigies of Napoleon the Little 7000 francs 1400 more than half the sum of his letter of credit He counted off ten coins and placed them on tho second dozen Tho ball rolled into No 23 He leaned back again with a second sigh and the pretty woman smiled a second smile and the wooden rake pushed the beautiful gold over to him He was playing a system one bet In every three turns of the wheel in stakes of S1O and sSO To be sure he losTuowaud then 1rt The next piay he doubled and retrieved isJJU tbq AnerIcanCpmIc Opera com pairsshould be wcTT Taken care oft Two more bets and then he would pocket his winnings and go He laid 40 francs on No 20 and 4001 on black leaned upon his elbows and studied tho pretty woman who smiled If she spoke Englishhe scribbled the ques tion on a scrap of paper and pushed Jacross the table blushing n little as lie did so She read it or at least she tried to read it and shook her head with the air of one deeply puzzled He sighed again reflecting that there might have been a pleasant adventure had ho only understood French Twentysix black and even I Merribew slid back his chair and rose He swept up the gold by the handful and poured It Into his pockets casually and unconcernedlyI as if this was an everyday affair and of minor importance But as a matter of fact his heart was beating fast and there was a wild desire In his throat to yell with delight Eighteen hundred do lars 0000 francs A merry music they made In his pockets Jingle Jingle jingle And then he saw Hlllard com lug across the hall Instantly ho forced tho Joy from his face and eyes and dropped his chin in his collar He became in that moment the picture of desolation Is It nil over asked Hillard gravely All over monotonously Come over to the cafe then Ive something Important to tell you Found them with rousing Interest- II shall tell you only when we get out of this place Come Hillard put out a friendly hand I am sorry boy I wanted you to win something Cheer up Well shako the dust of this place in the morning Oh for a vacant lot and a good old whooperupl Feel cried Merribew touching his side pockets What is 1t1 asked nillard What is it It Is 450 napoleons What sharply oven doubtfully Thats what Eighteen hundred dollars My system will have no funeral tonight Mo caught Hillard by the sleeve and fairly ran him over to the cafe Nearly two thousand murmured Hillard Well of all the luck I It does seem too good to be true I say whats the matter with your ravat Hillard looked down at the flutter fag end and reknottcd it carelessly I saw Kitty tonight he said To Merrihew It seemed that all the clutter about him had died away sud denly Ho breathed deeply Where is she Ill explain what has happened Merribew listened eagerly And why did you bother about tho Italian be Interrupted Why didnt you hold on to Kitty I confess it was stupid of me but tho gentleman with the scar was an unknown quantity Besides why should Kitty run away from me of all persons And why when I spoke to them in tho casino did they ignore me completely V Its your confounded prima donna Shes at the bottom of nil this take ngr word for it Som Uilni leaper 4 atcly wrong Persons do not wear masks and hide In this manner Jast for a lark Why didnt you knock him downr I wanted to but It wasnt the psy chological moment You cant knock a man down when be practically BHT fnderqYoure too particular But whats y the matter with Kitty I dont under v itMi To see rou was to know tint 1 wu round omewhere Bbe fin U ry 4i Q the i0t MaskIBY i HAROLD i MAC GRATH 3 Copyright 1908 by the Merrill Co Dobblii r N AA away from me as well as from you What shall we do Start the hunt again or give it up entirely There are some villages be tween here and Nice It must be in that direction They were about to board the car for Nice If you hadnt been gambling if you had been sensi ble and stayed with me Come now that wont wash You know very well that you urged mo to playYou would have played without any urgingAnd who Is this Italian anyhow asked Merrlhew And why did he run after your prima donna That Is precisely what I wish to find cut answered Hillard Im afraid that Kitty has fallen among a bad lot Ill wager it Is He swept up the gold by the handful some anarchist business They are always plotting the assassination of kings over here and this mysterious woman Is Just the sort to rope in a confiding girl like Kitty One thing if I come across our friend with the scarYou will wisely cross to the oppo site side of the street To find out what this tangle Is it is not necessary to Jump head first into it A bad lot That may be but no anarchists my boyHillard was a bit sore at heart That phrase recurred and recurred A lady Grace of Mary that is droll The shadowof disillusion crept Into his bright dream and clouded Itto build so beautiful a castle and to see It tumble at a word The Italian had spoken with a contempt based on more than suspicion Kitty doesnt wish to meet us Merrihew bitterly observed So well light out for Venice In the morning Im not going to be made a fool of for the best woman alive In the meantime the lamps in tho casino had been extinguished In the harbor the yachts stood out white and spectral The tram for Nice shrieked down the Incline toward the promon tory At the foot of the road which winds up to the palaces the car was signaled and two women boarded Both were veiled They maintained a singular silence At Vlllefranche they got out The women stopped before the gates of a villa and rang the porters bell Once In the room above the silence between the two women came to an end Safe I am so tired What a night the elder of the two women sighed What a night truly 1 should like to know what it has all been about To run through dark streets and alleys to hide for hours as If I were a thief or a fugitive from Justice Is neither to my taste nor to my liking Kitty she began sadly In this world no one trusts us wholly We must know why Loyalty must have reasons chivalry must have facts You have vowed your lovo and loyalty a hundred times and still when a great crisis confronts me you question you grow angry you complain because my reasons are unknown to you It was blind terror which made me run I counted not the consequences I shall tell you why I am lonely why the world bright to you Is dark I am proud but 1 shall bend my pride With a quick movement she lifted her 4 For His Sake My husband begged me to take Cardui writes Mat tie L Bishop of Waverly Va and for his sake I a greed totry it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but nowII am all right 50Take keCARDUII The Womans Tonic You know Cardui will help you because it has helped others who were in youItcine for sick women but a tonic for weak women Being made from mild gentle vegetable ingredi ents it is perfectly harm less and has no bad aftereffectsCardui be relied youTryAt all druggists IlIad high and tier eyes uurucu into vittys very heart 1 ntn Stop No uo 1 forbid your Kit ty put her bunds over her ears She night gala till secret but slip knew bat slip would lose till heart of the woman It concerned I uui wrong wrong I have promised to follow you loyally without question I will keep that promise I am only angry because you would not let me speak to Mr nillnrd He is very handsome Kitty added thoughtfully He Is strong too w t ifliontfatid cruel as u tiger now I hate him But thank you Kitty thank you Sooner or later If we stay together 1 total tell you the confidence will do me good 1Kitty up proached nod La SIgnorina drew her close 1 have wrought harm to no one But on my side they will tell you that I have been terribly wronged And all I wish Is to be left lone alone It was cruel of me to forbid you to speak to Mr Hillard But 1 wish him to recollect mo pleasantly- as a whimsical being who came into his life one night and vanished out of It In two hours But supposing the memory cuts deeply ventured Kitty Men fall rn love with less excuse than this Nonsense La Slgnorina opened the window to air the room She lln gered musing You are very good tome Kitty 1 cant help being good to you you strange lovely woman for your sake as well as for mine Now I nm going to write a letter La SIgnorina still lingered by the window Merribew was pocketing currency In exchange for hIs gold when Hillard passed an open letter to him My Dear Mr Hillard Do not seek us- It will be useless If Mr Merrlhew Is with you tell him that some day 1 will explain away the mystery But this leso make plain to himIt he Insists upon searching for me he will only double my unhappiness KITTY ICILLIGUEW MerrIhew soberly tucked tho letter away I knew it he said simply She is in some trouble or other somo tangle and fears to drag us into it Who left a letter here this morning he asked of the concierge- A small boy from Vlllefranche Just my luck said Merrihew I saId that It would bo of no use to hunt in the smaller towns Well we had better take the luggage back to the rooms 1 am going to Vllle rancbn You will be wasting time After what happened last night 1 am certain they will be gone Let us respect their plans hard as it may seem to you But you Oh dont bother about mo I have relegated my little romance to the garret of no account things at least tor- the present said Hillard with an enigmatical smile Make up your mindwe have only twenty minutes Oh divine afflatus And you lay down the chase BO readily as this Merrihew was scornfully Indignant- I would travel the breadth of the continent were I sure of meeting this woman But she has become a will o hewisp and I am too old and like comfort too well to pursue Impossibll tIes But why did she leave you that mask demanded Alerrlhow She must have meant something by that True but for the life of me I cant figure out what But I dont like tho Idea of leaving Kitty this way without a final effort to rescue her from tbo clutches of this fascinating adventuress I admit nothing my boy save that the keenness of the chase is gone As for Kltty Bhcs a worldly little woman and can tako good carp of herself Her letter should bo sufficient But It Isnt A womans dont often means do If Kitty really expects me to search for her and 1 do not she will never believe In me again Perhaps your knowledge of women Is more extensive than mine1 said H1llud 1liT r f fe ILTi jiJ But this flattery did not appeal to Mcrrihew Bosh Theres something you havent told mo about that makes you so Indifferent This was a shrewd guess but Hll lard had his reasons for not letting his friend see how close he had shot A lady Grace of Mary that Is drolll lie could not cast this otit of his Hillard espial n IIIH H taU uniI eJrl m- arteIeirt thought Hi Ilimiiti niiutin this phrase and Mrs ftiiuiiinl s trunk de tense of her girlhood frictiU Time tiles In wuintl Vhlih Is It to be- Well go on to Venire It would be folly for me to continue the hunt aloneAt 7 that evening they stopped out of tbe station in Venice tbe blue twilight of Venice that curves down from the hollow heavens softening a bit of ugliness here accentuating a bit of loveliness tbere Here Merrlhew found one of his dreams come true and his first vision of the Grand canalI with Its gondolas and barges and queer little bobtailed skiffs was never to leave him Millard hunted for his old gondolier but could not find him So he chose one Achille No 154 With their trunks which they had picked up at Genoa and small luggage In the hotel barge they had the gondola nil to themselves Instead of following the Grand canal Achille took the short cut through the Kuga dt San Giovanni and the Rio dl San Polo Out into the Grand canal again is they swept under tho last bridge before coming out Into the hotel district Hil lard espied n beggar leaning over the parapet The moonlight shone full In his face Stop cried Hillard to Achille The beggar took to his heels and when Ulllurd stepped out of the gon loin the beggar bad disappeared Who was It asked Mcrrihew in differently Giovanni CHAPTER XIV OMAILY SUGGESTS a bedroom in one of the cheap INlittle pensioner which shoulder one another along the IMvn degll Schlabonl sat three men All three were smoking execrable tobacco The castaways of the American Comic Opera troupe were on the anxious seat OMnlly whats your opinion of La SignorIna said Worth What about her What do you think of her Shes not one of us she belongs to another class and the stage is only an Incl dent Well I dont know what to think Ive pumped Kllllgrew but she seems to be In the dark with the rest of us That ring and the careless way she offered it as security convince me that she doesnt belong But what a voice Sho is without exception one of tho most beautiful women I ever saw or care to see rejoined Worth Smith and OMally exchanged n swift comprehensive look Worth rose to go to Cooks office for possible letters but abruptly returned to announce that the two ladles bad returned from Monte Carlo The actors proceeded to the parlor and greeted the prima donna and Kitty We lost explained tho latter I was very foolish said the erst while prima donna I might have known that when one Is unlucky one may become still more unlucky But I did so wish to win I wanted to Continuedon page seven THE BUSHISANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky DR EVELYN BUSH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE The Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences for the treatment of diseases byrOsteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage ATLER T WIlSJJTUMDireetorLate 01 Battle Creelc Sanatorium Correspondence Solicited In Save 75 IONE J FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only J25 The regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL- s BUSINESS COLLEGEOOPOTD Secondand 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240000000 Taken From the Railroads and Lost to the Consumer e Front a speech by n F Yoiikum before tho National Convention of the Knrmers Educational rind Cooperative Union The cost of food coal clothing etc f has hdvanced since 1818 an average of 44 per cent In other words it re vuires 141 today to purchase the same goods that 1 would purchase ten years agq The difference of 440 on 1000 means a great deal to a great many people They must find a way to increase their income or decrease their cost of living Transportatl- ohh not contributed to the increase- cost of living as freight rates have steadily been reduced neither have redaction in freight rates benefited the consumers Through reductions in rates made 6 the Interstate Commerce Commission I State Railroad Commissions and Legislative acts railroad earnings are now 240000000 less annually than they would be if the rates of 1898 were iinC effect Ithas been stated in puolic speeches that this 240000000 taken from the railroads was that much gain to the public To contradict this statement and show that the consumer did not benefit by reduction in rates it I1 is only necessary for you to compare 1 your bills now and in past years Yo pay no less for your clothes your shoesIjI your hats your household furniture your farming implements etc On the other hand rates are only 90 per centfof what they averaged from 1880 to 1890lhis 240000000 taken from the railroad earnings went to the dealers who saved that amount on the goods and commodities sold to consumers andt who charged you just as much as or more than you paid for the same goods before One of thesubjects upoi which theflpolitician creates prejudice againstIV IVtheplaced upon the people through the overissuance of securities Two hunw dred and forty million dollars a year is 4 per cent on 0000000000 which is 43 per cent of the total capitalization of the railroads of the United States This extra profit of 340000000 a year to the dealers is just as great a burden as if paid for legitimate increase of capitalization used in new construc tion and improvement of train service to handle your business only it is paid out in a different form The thing the railroad and the consumer are jointly iinterested in is the fact that under present political methods of doing sick business the railroad stands the loss of its revenue and the consumer does not get it Recent legislation has Bob been in the Interest of the comparatively tewof the countrys population who live on the profits between theg producer and the consumer and all they get through freight reductions is that much added to their profits sick r I believe In railroad legislation I am opposed to extensive capitalization I am opposed also to legislation that places future construction i13the hands of existing companies which will be against the best welfare of our everyfarmerportation facilities and continue id the many million acres of good land j remote from railroads Legislative investigating committe- will not solve the question of cost of living Such committees are I and politics will influence their deli orations The cost of living will never be too great in this country when pro ducts can go direct from the railroad station to the consumer at near first cost STEPHENSPORTd i Mrs J R Winchell has returned from a visit to Jloverport j If J oyLouisville spent a day last week with his mother Mrs Ollie Lay Miss Bettie Eskridge of Hardins burg who has been visiting Mrs Chas Tinius is the guest of Miss Mary Basham in the countryrScott Bell was called to Hardinsburg Sunday to the bedside of his father who is very Ili I MrsfWilliam Withers of Hardins burg was the guest of Mrs Scott Bell last weekI1Mr and Mrs J W French and son Emery attended the ball at Cnon ult Friday night Mrs Georgia Sargent has returnedI from the city- Grandmother v Dowell is improving after several days illness Mrs Mollie Adkjsson is visiting rel ativcs in Hardinsburg We are having quite a lot of rainI which is very discouraging to the farmers Mrs Belle Crawford has returned the South where she spent theE Mr and Mrs H S English Jr in Louisville last week on busi nessMrs A T Hanks and little daughter Emma and Mrs William Hanks visited relatives In Cloverport Sunday If the bestis youLewisportought to use KIRKHI We all wish The New success the Lon Jarboe who has been on the this list is improving Mr and Mrs Pete Sheeran spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs be Probis Miss Maggie Ryan was the peasant of Miss Bertha Wheatley Sunday and afternoonJJ Marcus Mattingly who has been is up and going about again J I ronJarboe who takcsgreat interest in the hog business bought up a nice lot of hogs last week Mrs Thomas Ryan who has been successful in the poultry line has televen hens and gets 310 eggs in a month She has a big flock of little nschicks leIf the best youLewisport usees 1HARNEDh S Plenty of rain and mud these days Miss Ida Marr was the guest of Mrsi Watts Wednesday triptoMisses Nannie Payne and Ola Gra spent Monday night the guests of Mrs James Knott FridayforMr and Mrs Frank Nix Misses Mary L Gregory and Bessie Davis went to Hardinsburg Thursday Miss Mary McCoy of near Ephesus was in our town Friday Misses Nannie Payne and Ola Gray returned Monday from Mook where they had been the guests of Miss Eliza friendsI Run spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of his family ILouis Payne of near Kirk was our town Friday There was a great deal of tobacco delivered here the past week r B Payne who has been sick for the past five weeks in Louisville is some better at this writing Doctors say he will be able to return home by June 1- Miss Nannie Beauchamp went toI Hardinsburg Friday Miss AWe Horsley who has been with her aunt Mrs Watts for sometime returned to her home near New i Thursday- M P Payne of Bewloyvllle was here Saturday calling on friends Bruce Moorman was the guest of Miss Mary L GregorYSundayfil youLewisportought to use the SAMPLEm CC A and F Armstrong were in ardinsburg Wednesday on business Miss Ethel Dowell of Locust Hill is was guest of relatives in Beech Hill week real IIIMrsI eXIHawesvlllethe guests of hersister Mrs JamesbArmstrong wi W D bawling was here Saturday Sunday last visiting relatives Messrs Arvald and Morris Tuckerr Visited friends at Westvlew Sunday Mr and Mrs Dan Haynes anJ Mas r ter Xelth Brown spent several days last week at Lodiburg the guests of relatives The M W A lodge hero has recu perated and promises to be a very busy camp There are five new mem bers for adoption the next meeting night Mrs John Grant and little daugh Lewisporthavevisit among friends and relatives here Carl Armstrong was in Owensboro several days last week the guest of his cousin Tom Patrick Miss Beulah Varble has closed her term of two months teaching and will return home soon Mrs Lillian Varble and Misses Ethel Dowell and Myrtle Armstrong- y visited Miss Helleu Macy Saturday G W Eskridge and wife had a pleas ant ride out to the farm Sunday which he has recently bought If the best is youLewisportoightto use Court Notes The grand jury returned Thursday and at a twoday session returned eight more indictments four for pistol carrying and discharging upon the public highway one for furnishing cigarette material to a minor one for knowingly selling the flesh of an an imal that had died one for gaming and- lone for housebreaking W R Johnson for unlawfully fur nishing liquor to a minor was fined 50 W Rand Susan Johnson for violating local option law were fined X60 Alvin Hudson on a charge of fur guiltyrand was lined 50 Dunk Powell on the charge of resisting an officer and releasing anar rested prisoner was tined 25 reporttoing bonded warehouse was fined 100 reportbopdfined 100 Bennie Davenport colored was 50 furnishing liquor to n minor f Making Good M Milt Matheney is the handyman of Henderson Route and is one of the popular boys on the road Wills Probated The will of the late Dr R L Newsom probated in the County Court last Monday He leaves all his estate both and personal to his wife Mrs Jens S Newsoni who is pooledns tthe without bond The will G D probatel EmmettGlasscock withoutbotuI probatedIcpersonal to his Wife without bond oI l T t r +if rwr + aw +lr 4 w+ r + d errtahp rTrt w is- a 7 f = n 7 r r Supplement to THE BRECKENfrlDQE NEWS MAY 25 1910 NO 46 VOL XXXIV CLOVERPOBT KY WEDNESDAY kkkKKRKRsI QKKKKKKKkKKKKKKKKeSKKKKkKK I HARDINSBURG CORRESPONDENTI BUREAU I iBYOUR SPECIAL wxxxxxxxxxxxxwwrxxxxxx Dave Walls has returned from Bowling Green where he has been in school Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloe and t little daughter Catnerine left Saturday t for Barboursville to be present at the graduation of Miss Della Kincheloe Tom Moore left Wednesday for Macon Georgia where he goes to superintend an Oliver Type Writer Agency He expects to remain in definitely in the South Rev Luther B Bridges of Kings wood was in town one day last week alter his second successful meeting m Lexington this year He has recently heldl tt successful meeting in Atlanta He is accompanied in his larger meet ings by Charley Tillman the biuger The two are now laboring in Augusta GeorgiaThe Woodmen of The World will soon initiate a class of nearly thirty into tneir organization at this place- JJ H Pile made a business trip to Frankfort Tuesday There were fiftyfour applicants be foie the Board of Examiners Friday and Saturday The examination was held in three rooms of the Public School building Most of the applicants Mad been in the Normal for the last tew months By their studious habits and genteel conduct they have given high testimonials of their qualities for the responsible work of teaching The Normal closed Thursday after a highly successful session Prof Mar tin goes from us with the good wishe- of all citizens who admire his energy and ceaselets attempts to do good Miss Malissa Mattingly has returnedl to her home at Mattingly after having completed a commercial course in St Romoulds Academy She will accept a position with a Louisville firm in July Miss Mattingly was one of the rising young teachers in the county public schools and her quitting the protfes sion is regretted The entire High School and many of the seventh and eighth grades of the public schuol attended the Commencement exercises of the Cloverport High School Tuesday night All were de lighted with the beauty of the exercises and the kindness shown by Cloverport erd Dr and Mrs John E Kincheloe were in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile were guests of Prof and Mrs Tanner FriiI day evening and Saturday School closes this week Friends here note with pleasure Sher man Balls promotion from a clerkshipi at Frankfort to the position of Assista Secretary of State 1tI Or uvunUUVtr i xSlxAkkAStAxAxil ltMrs Jas Tinius who has been in town for severeal months in order to have her children in school is moving back to Holt Pearl Plle Wedding Announcement comes from Elk River Minnesota of the marriage of Miss Edith Pearl to Mr David Pile on June 1 1 Mr Pile is the son of Mr and Mrs I John Pile of Mook and is a most worthy young man Mrs Lee Bishop returned Mondayj from a few days visit in Louisville Mr and Mrs David Penick of Cus ter spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs John Stith Mrs Oral Margy of Kansas City is visiting Mr and Mrs Angus Whit fill Mrs Margy formerly Miss Nellie Thomas was here a year or two ago and made many friends Mr Sukop Dead Frank Sukop aged 56 died of pneumonia Saturday and was buried in the Miller graveyard Sunday the Rev Isaiah Cline preaching the funeral ser mon Mr Sukop was a native of Cin cinnati He was a farmer married and leaves a wife and two children I Miss Bessie Snyder accompanied ner I II sister Mrs I T Morgan on her re turn to her home in Louisville I lastII week She will remain several we Marvin D Beard is m Louisville for several days Mrs Judith Dejarnette and Mrs M returns ed from a visit to Rev and Mrs E B English Mrs Tom Gregory of Harned wasI the guest of relatives here Friday andI Saturday Some tobacco was set last week Dr Mather will preach at Hartford next Supday Rev Mayof Irvington will fill Dr Mathers pulpit here Miss Lillian Miller and Isabel Hen drick and Mr Miller DeHaven attendedt the commencement of the Cloverportt High School Friday nightIAttend Lodge At Custer The following members of Brecken ridge Lodge No 67 F A M at tended a lodge meeting at Custer Sat urday night Jesse Whitworth Andrew Driskell Amos Board J A Witt R M Davis A T Beard F W Peyton Co M Payne H Bruce Moorman Earl Mattlngly Paul Compton and M B Kincheloe Memorial Exorcises rThe local order of Red Men Ironde quait Tribe No 38 held their memorial exercises Sunday afternoon in honor off I their dead In their eleven years of uu VI tu- rnntlnnnt I n I M I u existance they have lost seven mem bers J Owen Cunningham Eli H Miller Sam W Pate Jas H Lyons I Cyrus Miller Mat Denhani and Herman Drickell The chief address was made by Rev J H Lennon who en tertainingly told of his recent trip to Middlesboro as a delegate to the Grand Council Rev Lennon the oldest Red Man in Kentucky is an enthusiastic member of the order and his eloquent addresses at the Decoration Day exer cises are heard with much pleasure The RedMen have recently painted their property the old college building and repapered their lodge room mak ing it one of the prettiest meeting places to be found in this part of the state nilner Aldrldge Miss Myrtle Milner and Mr Clifton I Aldridge of Mook were united In mar riage at the M E parsonage Saturday evening The Rev Cline performing the ceremony The bride is the dau ghter of Mr and Mrs P D Milner prominent citizens of Mook Mr Milner being wellknown as a farmer and stock raiser She is a teacher having spent several weeks both this year and last at Bowling Green preparing for the work She had been here attending the examination when to the surprise of mary of their friends they were mar ried The groom the son of John Ald ridge Is an excellent young man en- I aged in blacksmithing and milling I They will live at Mook to which place I morningI visit Rev Isaiah Cline went to West View Monday to assist in the completion of the work of his new church There will be a special examination Aug 19 and 20 for admission to the County High School This examina willbe conducted by the County Board of Examiners The School Improvement League organized here list week already has something like one hundred and fifty members and is growing every day Joel H Pile is President Judge H s DeH Moorman Vice President oils Maude Smith Secretary and M H Beard Treasurer Floe Preachers Sons The proverbial badness of preachers sons finds no exemplification in Hard insburg In fact we point with pride to the excellence of the sons of cu ministers The older sons of Rev Cline and D Mather are two examples for boys Thomas Cline was the only boy in Hardinsburg and one of the four to be graduated at the recent common school graduation The day after his school closes he will enter Haswells store for a clerkship through the vacation Thomas Mather has carried the second years High School work taken Greek in addition and for some time J n Vlidliea has been local editor of the Fourth District Leader His waking hours are full and he has met every requirement But these things are rather typi cal of Hardinsburg boys among Whom there is the least profanity and tobacco using and more industry andmanllness than can be found in likenumbers any where else Win Prizes The special prize ofil0 in gold offered by the Bank ot Hardinsburg and Trust Co for the graduate making the highest general average was won by Miss Clara Harmon daughter of Mr and Mrs Kimbal Harmon of Hardins burg Her average Is 814 Miss Clara Whitworth daughter Hardinsburgwins Jesse Whitworth of the prize of S for making the highest average age considered She isonly 13 Earl Thomas aged 13 son of M J Thomas this city made the best average of any of the seventh grade pupils winning the 85 offered specially to Hardinsburg while the 3 prize for second best goes to Zeno Miller son of Road Supervisor Mike Miller These prizes will be awarded on the evening of the graduation exercises at the County Institute Mrs Mollie Adkisson of Stephesport- is the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven Frank Mercer was in Louisville several days last week If the best is not too good for you Lenisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by JB Gardner v Mrs Breckenridge Honored At the General Federation of Women Clubs of the United States in Cincin nati Mrs Desba Beckenridge was elected member of the Executive Com mittee receiving the largest vote of any of the candidates Mrs Breakenridge is an able writer and a most brilliant speaker In Iantuckythere fepo more gifted woman and with it all she has that rare charm of personality which marks her as a mot womanlywoman sIt is not surprising to those who know her that she received nearly every vote of the Federation Etown News Recommends It Columbia Life 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