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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSM n ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1910 8 Paces NO 47 Alma Kellner Murdered Body is Found in Cellar Remains Were Discovered IiIiChilds Plumber Early ondayIIi Belief That Child Was Murdered Body Wrapped In Carpet and Thrown In Cellar EVIDENCE OF FOUL PLAY From The Evening Post Monday With the discovery of the body of Alma Kollnor in the cellar of St Johns school tho shadow Las been lifted from part of the mystery that surrounded the disappearance of the child since December 8 Father Schuhmann the pastor of St Johns church this after noon told an Evening Post reporter that an odor which arose from the collar where the body of Alma Kellner was found and which Doubtless came from the corpse caused him to set the plumbers to work and led to the discovery of the body The room just above the cellar had been used as a meeting place by church societies Father Schuhmann said that when he noticed the odor ho spoke of it to the present janitor Mr YYurth who sum ifaoned the plumbers tThepolice are now confronted with the solution of the remain fder the mystery as to how the child met her frightful fate and the running down of the guilty t At noon the housekeeper at St Johns school was taken to the fcity Hall to be questioned by Chief of Detectives Carney This was done for the purpose of developing all information the housekeeper ight have of interest Father Schuhmann said to the Evening Post I am unable to ind a theory As for suspicions I have none I deplore the affair n account of the congregation At 1 oclock Chief of Police Lindsoy and Mayor W 0 Head ar ved at the church and held a conference with Father Schuhmann K Wrapped in a piece of rotting carpet and covered with three or B ur inches of mud and rubbish the body was found today in an un Ked collar under the building of St Johns Parochial School 706 Eist Walnut Street The ghastly discovery was made by Richard B Rjsveot who works for the contracting firm of Haller Zehnder and I Bio was engaged in pumping out the collar when the body was un rthcdK Sweet had pumped out the cellar and was engaged in scoop g up the mud on the floor when his spade struck a bundle wrapped Fa piece of carpet shortly after 930 oclock today On oxamina Rn he found that the bundle contained a badly decomposed body of Kild and upon unwrapping it in the dim light he disclosed the logs Km which the flesh had fallen but to which the shoes still clung f Mr Sweet hastily mounted to the first floor of the school and Stifled the Rev George Schuhmann pastor of St Johns church Ro in turn notified Chief of Police Lindsey Chief Lindsey notified bro4rB From Tuesdays CourierJournal Following the finding of Alma Kelluers brutallyhaoked body pped in an old carpet in a collar under St Johns parochial school lay and Walnut streets yesterday morning at 9 oclock Mrs ph Wendling wife of the former janitor at the institution was ested last night on tho charge of accessory to murder The arrest followed alleged conflicting statements on the part of woman According to John P Carney chief of detectives the woman bitted in his office just before her arrest that the stains on the thing of her husband are blood spots These however she stoutly ntains were caused by blood that flpwed from a wound in her bands hand which he inflicted by accident more than a year ago the afternoon the woman is said to have declared that the spots on i clothing wore from clay When pressed by Capt Carney as to y she had delayed a year before washing spots out of the clothing F woman said she did not know The womans husband disappeared f in Louisville January 14 and the police are looking for him t Wed C y tine 1 n Yl I MISS JEWELS GOING TO AVIATION MEET Will Get To See Bud Mars Take A Drive In ills Aeroplane Many Flying Devils Will Be In Louisville TIMES AVIATION MEET SOON 11 have been a piece of statuary all my life said Miss Elsie Jewels to a a representative of the News Saturday but I am going to Louisville sure to see them flying devils I have been reading about in them Louisville Times That will be great for you and you can get reduced rates you can go on the Henderson Route on excur sion prices replied the newspaper re porter Yes the ride will be worth the money reasoned Miss Jewels That cotton headed man down there at Nolle Bros wanted me to get a new dress but I aint Style am the ruina tion of the world and I am jist a going on with the riggings I got going to be such a jam of people there says them Times that it wont be no use to dress upien onMiss Jewels does not come to Clover po t very often but she is always wel come to the News office She seems to be pleased with the thought of her get ing to see Bacons store of which she had read about in the Breckenridge News Her friends hope that her intial visit to the big city will be one of per fect pleasure to her Quite a large crowd of the society people of Cloverport are planning to go to the Times Aviation Meet which will be held at Churchill Downs June 18 19 The new port is becoming quite popular all over the world and Louis ville is indeed uptodate in having one within her gates Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady The Epworth Bulletin The News received several copies of that attractive little paper The Epworth Bulletin published by U 0 Haobin It contained many Interesting bits of news about leaguers and should be given the support of all members Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Came In From The Gulf The attractive yacht Devella of Milwaukee was at this port last Tues day having come up from the Gulf where the officers had been spending the winter Capt Ivan Coppens Mr H R Dobbs First Officer Mrs Dobbs and Miss Anna Dobbs were the delight ful folks aboard 4 Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuadyM THE GREATEST NEED OF OUR TIMES From address delivered by Father nroy at the Commencement of the Cloverport High School tiThe question may be asked WhatI is the greatest reed of our the betterment of Christian society Is it churches Temples of worship are indeed very necessary The con truc tion of well adorned houses of worship is an evidence of thf faith and devotion of the people But they are not the most essential thing for our day The primitive Christians paid homage to God in the catacombs and some of our fore fathers adored the Lord under the canopy of heaven in secluded mountains and in caves of the earth and they were the best of Christian More MIDDLESBORO BUSY FIXING UP FOR K P A Kentucky Press Association Will Be Entertained In Grand Style At Middlesboro June 2025 COMMERCIAL CLUB PLANNING It is quite evident that Middlesbpro is energetically hospital and whatthat mountain metropolis is going to do for the Kentucky Press Association is certainly great The Commercial Club has raised 306 and expect to raise that much more to entertain the press gang Everything from a grandball to a baseball game will be given in their honor Mayor E S Helburn of Middlesboro has put the latchstring on the outside of his citys door and the K P A members are eager to get there for their annual outing Plneville is alfo expecting the press bovs and girls and Mr Metcalf and Mies Lena Rollins are making things ready under the lonesome pine for this bunch of newspaper people The program for the meet will be published in the next few days From Brabandts Studio Mr Brabandt photograp her will be JnIrvington Tuesday and Wednesday Hardlnsburg Thursday and Friday Fordsvllle Saturday of this week at Cloverport all next week o 0 0 Have your pictures enlarged at Bra bandts studio o o 0 While the dimples are deep and the cheeks are rosy have the little ones photo made at Brabandts studio Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Jolly Outing Party The Maypole picnic given by Misses Eva and Eliza May was a most pleasant affair for the members of their music class and kindergarten A delicious luncheon was served with hot coffee Everything delicious to eat was spread in picnic style on white linens In the afternoon the little ones had a Maypole dance and a photograph was made of them by Brabandt over what would be the use of churches if we had no worshippers to frequent them What the times call for is men and women sturdy Christian men and women endowed with the courage of their convictions We need men who are controlled by conscience rather than by expediency men who are guided by expediency men who are guided by principle rather than by popularity men who are inflluenced by a sense of duty and not by self interest who are swayed by a spirit of patriotism rather prefermentInupright Christian character JOYS OF THE PRESS JUNE 20th Busy Times at The News Office in Publishing the Little Dream Booklet Many Orders Have Been Booked KENTUCKY EDITORS JOYOUS What will be an interesting booklet indeed is the little paper creation Joys of the Press that is being print ed at the Breckenridge News olllce byMissput on sale June the twentieth Or ders are being received every day and no doubt the first edition will be ex I soonI contains cheery para graphs by the best known editors of the Kentucky Press an article by Miss Babbage and several exclusive adver tisementsReceived Many Press Notices The announcement ofIIJoys of the Press has already received many kind notices from the Lexington Her ald The Danville Messenger The CourierJournal The Leitchfield Gazette The Madisonville Journal The Hopkinsville Kentuckian The Louis yule Times The Western Newspaper Union and the Frankfort Journal Has Charge of Press Work Wave Roll has charge of the compo sition and press work Mr Roff is giving the booklet his best interest and It will be a gem The booklet will be printed on Rose cover paper All orders will be given personalat tention at the News oflice and a copy of Joys of the Press will be sent to anyone upon receipt of 15 cents Watch for the aunouncement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Charmed With Cloverport Mr Wm Schmitt and sister Miss Minnie of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Carter Saturday and Sunday They were highly pleas ed with this city and the surrounding country and Cloverport enjoys having such guests within her gates Supper at Stephensport Stephensport Masonic Lodge No 406 will give a supper Saturday night in the Masonic Hall Everybody invited Cooley Thorn Floating Theatre Presenting the big musical com- edyeA GAY WHIRILt u 1i4-1 t J 0 t Ji J j A MISS EDNA MOORMAN Dies In Owensboro After A Years Illness Of Tuberculosis Funeral Held Here Sunday The remains of Miss Edna Moorman were interred in the Cloverport ceme tery Sunday morning at 11 oclock alter short burial services by the Rev Frank Farmer The members of the Baptist Sunday school attended the interment in a body Miss Moorman is the daughter of Mr Jas H Moorman Of Owensboro who formerly lived here Besides her father she is survived by two sisters Mrs Louis Ipsen of California and Miss Mary Moorman of Owensboro three brothers Harry and James Moorman of Augusta Ga and Mr Jesse Moor man who is in Honolulu Mr Moorman and his daughter were at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot Sunday and returned that evening to Owensboro TONIGHT An Excellent Play Will Be Given Here This Evening By Cooley And Thorn Well Known Actors Aboard Boat Tonight at this port The Gay Whirl will be presented by Cooley and Thorn J W Menke the popular represent who came here last week in behalf of this wonderfnl floating theatre said This is the most attractive entortain Ing show ever given on the Ohio River Or BACON DEAD Survived By Ills Wife Mrs Jessie Shell Bacon And Two Child ren Funeral At Arcola lilinoise Dr Geo H Bacon formerly a phy sican of Chesterville died at the home of his mother in Anna Illinois last Saturday and the funeral was held there Sunday afternoon at three oclock The announcement was received wlttt suprise and regret by his Arcola friends as he was a man of splendid physique and when he left here a few years ago was In excellent health His death is said to have been due to an affection of the kidneys He was fortyfive years of ageand was a man of broad educat ion and travel He spent several years in a medical school in Europe While praticing at Chesterville he married miss Jessie Shull of this city a sister of Mrs R E Calhoun and Mrs Frank Haswcll Two children were born who with the mother survive him When they left Arcola they located at San Antonio fcew Mexico where they lived until a few weeks ago The above which is taken from tk Arcola RecordHerald published at Arcola 111 will be of interest to many of our readers because Mrs Bacon was formerly Miss Jessie Shull who with her father and mother Mr and Mrs William Shull lived in Hartford a number of years and Miss Jessie still has inny friends hero who will regret to learn of her sorrow She is a niece of Judge W B Taylor and Mrs J C Jones of HartfordHartford Herald Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Moved Station The railroad station at Sample has been moved near the center of that town making it much more convenient for both passengers and freight Mr Cox the agent is especially pleased with the move The Singiest The Dan ciest and The Girliest Show of them all A Cyclone of Fun s w P I n i r ElectricBitters Succeed When everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverporf Ky A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky livery 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesdays eaitkakk ta7eakAiAAskAita7sleirA I FOR SALE I 1- fx A nuraberof Farms dif foront Sizes and Prices M 11 a I The Bank of Hardinsburg i 1 Trust Co oS si- tCtrrrm m rtbrrryarrratrmrrararrTHE LOUISVillETIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 u year If you will send your order to us you can got The Breckenridge News AND THI- NLouisville Times BOTHONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is Time Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Ilns the best corps of cor respondentsCovers 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 this paper not to The Louisville Times e SubscribeI NEW CCAPITOL IS DEDICATED ELABORATE PROGRAM AT THE FORMAL OPENING OF NEW BUILDING THREE ADDRESSES DELIVERED Kentuckys State House One of the Handsomest in the United StatesInteresting Histor ical Facts By G 11 Keller Carlisle Ky Frankfort KyThe magnificent now capitol building is dedicated In the presence of a large gathering of citizens prominent men and politi clans who had come to Frankfort to do honor to the occasion the dedica tory ceremonies took place Thursday The exercises began at an early hour in the morning by the firing of a signal gun at the arsenal and were not concluded until a late hour at night Three addresses two of them short wore delivered at the formal exercises held in the new building During the morning the crowds ar rived on every train and those from nearby points in automobiles or other conveyances The reception committees were kept busy welcoming the arrivalsThe exercises In the Capitol began shortly after noon The address ol welcome was made by Mayor James H Polsgrove on behalf of the city He was followed by Augustus E Willson Former Oov J C W Beckham under whoso administration the erec tion of the building was started also made a short address The principal address of the day was made by Senator W O Bradley who was introduced to the assemblage by Gov Willson The singing by the girls of the Louisville high school and the patriotic music by the band were among the features of the exercises During the afternoon the building and olllces were open for inspection by the visitors From 730 p m until 11 p m the state reception was held in the Capitol building and was a real oldfashioned Kentucky housewarm JDK the wives of the state olllcials as listing In receiving The members of the 1910I general assembly were all present and the ma jority of the members of the general assemblies of 190G and 1908 who ap propriated the money for the erection of the building wore also present to rejoice with the citizens that so great a work has been accomplished and that no taint of corruption attaches A touching feature of the exercises was the decorating of the grave of the Ilov 1 McCIuskoy Blaynoy in Frank fort cemetery during the morning by a committee of the Frankfort Bust ness Mons club as provided by resolution of that body In recognition ol his loyalty to and his exertions in the retention of the seat of government at Frankfort The grounds surrounding the capitol were not entirely completed but the visitors got a fairly good idea of the beauty of the approach to the building when completedSome Istorle Facts On December fi 1776 Kentucky County was established by Virginia out of Flncastlo County In tho spring of 178 Kentucky was erected Into a district and a Court of Criminal as well as Civil Jurisdiction coextensive with the district was erected says Collins the historian The first court was held at Harrodsburg the same year First Convention In Danville The first convention looking to the admission of the district into tho Union as a Stato was held at Danville December 1781 and was composed of delegates trait each militia company In the district No definite results were secured as tho Virginia Legislature prescribed such restrictions as were not acceptable to the leaders of the district Much political excitement followed and it was only after seven conven tions wore held that The eighth convo cation secured such concessions from the mother state as were acceptable and called tho ninth convention to meet in Danville in April 1791 to form a State Constitution Congress having on February 4 1791 passed an act ad mitting Kentucky into the Union The First Constitution The members of the ninth and final convention were elected in December 1791 met the following April and formed the first constitution This constitution was adopted by the people in May 1792 and Isaac Shelby was elected governor The legislature elected at the same time met at Lox ington in June of the same year and fixed upon Frankfort as the future permanent seat of government The first meeting of the legislature at Lex- Ington was held in a twostory log house of which no picture or descrip tion is preserved The second temporary state house in which the legislature met at Frankfort In 1793 was for its day a rather pretentious twostory frame residence the home of Andrew Holmes who do nated the land upon which to erect a permanent building and who also gave much timber stone etc for the erec tion of the first permanent state house A fairly good picture of which is given herewith This building was destroyed by lire in November 1812 and the second one which was erectod 181416 see illustration was burned in 1824Volumes Could Be Written During the years 132729 tho classical state house recently vacated and which is shown in illustration was erected It was time seventh building used as a state house Volumes could bo written of this grand old building and the happenings within its walls for tho greater part of Kentuckys political history has been made during the threequarters of a century it had been occupied Within Its walls all of Kentuckys famous men of that time have been heard and her greatest Jurists have handed down learned deci stows many of which have been ac cepted by tho Nation and Sister Com monwealths as the correct Interpetra tlon of the law Cost Over Two Millions Tho new Capitol building grounds electric light plant landscape garden ing and other improvements will cost when completed two and a half mil lion dollars and there has never been time least suspicion of graft connected with the work The building of a now state house commensurate with the wealth and dignity of the Commonwealth had long been considered and discussed at many sessions of the General Assem bly but it was not unUl 1894 under the administration of Gov Beckham that an appropriation of one million dollars was made to begin the work Time commission consisting of Gov J C W Beckham Auditor S W Hagor Secretary of State xrV Me Chesney State Treasurer Henry Bos worth and Atty Gen Hayes together with Architect F M Andrews decided that the grounds occupied by the old state house were not large enough or that its location In tho center of tho city was not a suitable place for tho now buildingDecide Purchase New Site Accordingly in 1905 Gov Bockham convened the legislature In extraordi nary session to consider the matter of a now location After some weeks consideration it was decided to purchase u now site at the extreme south limit of South Frankfort about n mile from the old and an appropriation was made to buy the forty or more acres selectedGround was broken for tho new building in 1905 and the magnificent y Iff 1 building was completed and occupied in less than four years It is one of the most complete and convenient Capitol buildings In the country many persons who are familiar with public buildings throughout the United States pronounce it without a superior for the purposes for which it was erected The illustrations given herewith fur mush but a faint idea of its grandeur especially tho Interior views Tho view from the front of the hall of the House of Representatives looking toward the Senate Chamber gives but a poor ex pression of the marble and granite pil lars and balustrades arches and grand winding stairways which command magI a of beauty but the architect and designer seemed to con centrate the power of his genius when he came to plan and decide upon the furnishing of the reception room as signed to the governor for public occa sions Our illustration gives some idea of the beauty of this room but it is only to bo fully appreciated when seen Commodious and Convenient The various offices for the depart ments are commodious and convenient Nothing that would conduce to the dispatch of business or the com fort of the officials seems to have been overlooked or neglected After many years of wishing and waiting those who have felt a pride iIn Kentuckys wealth and greatness are rejoiced that she Is no longer ashamed to invite a stranger to visit her Capitol It Is but proper to state that tho completion of the building was under tho administration of Gov Augustus K Willson assisted by State Auditor Frank P James Secretary of State Ben L Drummer Stato Treasurer Ed ward Farley and Atty Con James Breathltt and that they have been credited with having malntaned the standard for ability and honesty es tablished by Gov Beckham and his fel low commissioners Dedication Committees The reception committees were as followsGov A E Willson chairman com missioners reception committee Lieut Gov W H Cox the Hon Frank P James the Hon Edward Farley tho Hon B L Bruncr the Hon James Breathitt the Hon M C Rankin the lIon E Regensteln the Hon Napier Adams Col E H Taylor Jr chairman sub committee citizens reception commit tee The Hon W E Dowling the Hon J T Buford the Hon W G Simpson the Hon Joseph Rupert Judge J H Hazelrlgg the Rev C R Hudson George A Lewis the Rev C C Penlck Col L P Tarlton Mrs A E Willson chairman Mrs W E Bar rot vice chairman Mrs George Ba ker Mrs J C W Bcckham Mrs Geo F Berry Mrs W E Bradley Mrs John F Lockett Mrs D W Lindsey Jr Mrs Jennie C Morton Miss Mason Montgomery Subcommittee at Depot F G Stagg chairman W A Lutkemeler R K McClure Ben Marshall G L Roberts W H Paoy Thomas P Av crlll W S Farmer R L Greene W W Longmoor J A Scott George C Shaw George G Speer I Davis Mrs S J Shackelford chairman Mrs Cecil Farmer Mrs W F Grayot Mrs Thomas Hall Miss Irma Labrot Mrs W H McAlpin Mrs C W Saffoll Mrs John H Stuart Miss Sarah Lock ett Miss Christine Reynolds- At Capital HotelDr E E Hume chairman J Swigort Taylor B W Williams the Rev J R Zeiclor D W LindseY Jr R C Hleatt Wiley Mar shall L F Johnson Mrs W F Dan dridge chairman Mrs J S Collins Mrs J B Martin Mrs John W Rod man Miss Alice Blanton Miss Clint Cunningham Miss Ellso Dandridge Miss Rachel Settle Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and wrilillgmenlionJ remedy bei of its remark able health restoring properties Swamp Root fulfills almost every wish in rheumatism pain in back j bladderji urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain ill passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through day amid to get up many nightSwampRoot for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just remedy you need It been thor oughly tested in private practice and proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find outif you have kid bladder trouble offer Nett J send your ress bladder cause over coming the kid the the hag has by by Dr Kilmer bt Co iioibfnipRoot Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle The Breakfast Tray A few years ago It was thought a positive luxury If one was well and strong to hue breakfast served In bed Nowadays things have changed The housewife who can afford to stay In bed every now and then will find herself Immensely Improved in nerve strength And the occasional guest often has her coffee and rolls sent up to her room Many hostesses would rather have the early morning hours In which to attend to their household duties or to their correspondence Unhampered br the presence of a stranger within the pates So the Individ ual breakfast service has to be pro vided amid U iIs n fud in some house holds to s0 which member of the family can have the daintiest tray The enamoled breakfast set seen In tho Illustration Is comparatively inex pensive and Is one of the newest things of the kind to be found in the shops A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be lovely in face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation and Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin erup tions and a wretched complexion But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complex ion good health Try them 50atSevers Drug Store KISS NOT CAMPAIGN Cincinnati Womans Warning of the Danger In Kissing Mrs J flechtin wife of a well known business man of Cincinnati has set out to do away with the bac teria spreading kiss through the Worlds Health organization of which she Is president Kiss not Is the motto of the W II O It Is em blazoned In red letters oh a white but ton worn by tho members Hundreds of circulars are being sent through the malls one part of which reads Why not stop kissing It Is a time honored custom and one person can not stop it It Is only In unity that sufficient strength can be gained tQ convince the word that kissing Is per nicious and unhealthful Attached to the circular is a pledge which converts are urged to sign and forward to tho president It Is sug rested that women wear kiss not buttons to teas and receptions where Indiscriminate kissing is much In pr der also that it be attached to the clothing of babies Never can tell when youll mash a finger or suffer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Flectric Oil instantly relieves pain quickly cnres the wound Subdued Hotel Guest to pretty walter girl This steak Is not very good Pretty Walter GlrlTenorcotfeeGuostTblIJ steak its tough and Pretty Walter Glri to another pretty waiter girl Charley was asking after you this morning Jen To gueflt Did you say teaprcpffco Guest gloomllyCoffee- New York Sun rJ fJ ih1 1ii J 1 oJo1 x ar t a a 1 + kr 1 r rNEW I y LiverySlablei 1 t i I Stephensport Ky New Rigs f i New HorsesMM i Stable jm mNevI Open for foe u bile Near 1 the Depot J 1ss If you have any riding or j j driving to do or if you want I 1 IffiI Jj Your patronage will i1 be appreciated f 4 1 SMITH HANKS ye Proprietorsiet tuStephensport Ky tteelI Ell i3 r3r78YS r Yr r 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HEROASTTGRI arrericlrkipg 1 U- t 11- l I r jir c H iO 0 t- L ti rrllIi Ill HAIL TO BOY SCOUTS N Growth of a Great Movement Which Began In England and Has Gained a Foothold In the i United States By RODERTUS IIOVE r ELLO old SCOUtl Is n greeting of present day smug but It docs not refer to the boy scout who never Is old Tlu boy scout noel will grow old ei I matterImay be added to his record If he keeps alive with in him the spirit of youth instilled by his teachings and his experi dices as a boy scout Boy are n boy scout No Then youd I get busy and bo one for tho i ttyou scout movement has begun to per through tho fortysix states and several territories of the grandest + fr republic that ever Hashed a flag to tho 4heavens IstIndependence day and old America in 1 tP preparing a few weeks earlier to pay tribute to the boys of 01 it is fitting that the boy scout movement which 9 teaches morality through modified mil putriothllllrthrough the play soldier business bus SliTOX GENKHAh 1 UliUEUK U 01 11ERNESrt SCOUT BADEN POlnL ON A I begun to gain a foothold on United i States soil and to march through Ge- or11glut and the rest of the states t Brother you and I who are cavorting around tho edges of forty and still L feeling tho friskiness of boyhood unI dcrnenth the visible surface must con ji fesK that we envy the boys of 1910 i They didnt have the boy scouts In our I days In the delectable kingdom of tjiJoyvlllo Wo had to shift for our I selves finding our fun independently SVo played bull ring and cor tiered cat when we wanted the real rv unity of things outdoors and we i li d to do our own organizing for the Uiprt Frequently there was a woeful lack of organization and when the old- s folld rubber ball wrapped tightly with i1a thin layer of yarn plunked us In the r plexus wo sometimes resented It with ffjstlcuffa which method was Inelegant I And unmanly no matter what may bet t said as to tho desirability of tho manly fgtt flt self defense I The trouble was wo lacked discipline I teachesIBrotherhood of boys It teaches boys ft be Just and generous to each other JHWlivorks toward tho elimination of- T I the gang lhlca so that the south itldors will not lie In wait for tho west riders with an arsenal of brickbats rDid You Never Train t ijSlilHons of American men now In ifi68 prime recall that old piece of jjso Ift McGutTeys Third Reader ioney blchbegan somdthing like this soidlerasi And did you never train about h And feel ho swelling pf the heart i You neer can tool upaln 11 par When you and I were boys pQrticu rly If we lived In the border states Qutbo edges of tho Mason and lion Hue we used t6 divide accord tp the Reli or ITcd1 sentiment vG CQ sham battling that sometime RK N Yyolopedl Into something perilously ton sbaniulesl which the diction ilia us Is u place for slaughtering iiiWotl such things simply be I i regvery boy who has red drops In IltNIiD1HJt have Komi theane of 5 ti1 J1rhli Ui7 tDiliitm- I I I II I I U i Novel Idea Which Tends to De velop Boyish Lads Into Manly MenBodies of Scouts to Be Organized In Every State Wo know now that war is what Gen eral Sherman said It is and we have no desire to shut up the ledgers lockup the grocery store close down tho pickle factory and don tho habiliments of martial combat just for the glory of the thing Shut when we were boys each of us hoped some day to excel Napoleon or Washington or Grant or Lee or Stonewall Jackson as a lender of fighting men in the imminent deadly breach ThN progressive world of ours has worked along to healthier saner and safer ideals Boys vlll bo boys as al ways but today some of those who used to be boys have devised a method of venting military enthusiasm which tends toward till development of boy ish boys Into manly men And the boy scout movement is tho miscued Primarily out of tho needs of boy hood but Incidentally out of the Boer war in South Africa the boy scout movement has evolved General Hob ert Stephenson Smyth BndenPowell one of the conquering heroes of that struggle against the heroic riflemen of the veldts Is the originator of this movement which began In England and hits Just begun to spread In the United States General BadenPowell after he quit fighting tool n look in at the English boys and conceived the notion that he could organize them into U great army of peace with military THOMPSON U ItANT GENEHAL TllE 111 GUT WITH I three ddo discipline not too severe for comfort so that they might spend a consider able part ofthelr time In Gods great outdoors and learn some of the field tactics which come in handy when there Is a real war Not Primarily Military Itcannot be denied that the original Idea of the general was to teach tho young British idea how to sprout in bristling fashion ready later on to bo a virile force for the upholding of the empire But the BadenPowell begin ning has developed u still more practl cal thing the Inculcation of personal honor fraternal feeling and manly habits of acting and thinking So the boy scout movement comes to the United States utter more than 200000 English boys have been organ ized and drilled as a pence proposition rather than a war measure Edwin D Horsfleld of Edinburgh planted the seed of the boy scout propaganda in this country at Springfield Mass Ho organized the boys of the Young Mens Christian association Into a company based upon the BadenPowell plan with offshoots suggested by experi ence These are tho fundamental prin ciplesA honor Is to bo trusted A scout Is loyal to his country and his employers A scouts duty Is to be useful and to help others A scout Is a friend to all and a brother to every other scout no matter to what social class tho other belongs A scout Is courteous lie Is a friend to all aul mals He obeys orders Uo smiles and whistles under all circumstances lIe Is thrifty This Is the pledge ho takes I will do my duty to God and my country I will do my best to help others whatever It costs me I know the scout law and will obey it Some professional moralist might manufacture a better codo of ethics for American boys but lie doesnt hap pen to Mayo lone so And you mustnt imagine that this set of principles turns guy of the boys rgalust tho movement It does toot ha iHulih in the scout pin that r t MI C appeals to tho average boy Irrespec lye of high moral Ideas Ho wears a uniformI for one thing Tho nerais boy roves n uniform even n baseball suit The scout wears tho real khaki with golf stockings belt and felt lint He carries u gun too when he drills though Ir Is not loaded lie learns mil Ilnry Indies In the embryo lint above nil lu marches with his fellows to the luring woods and learns woodcraft how to light his campilre pltrh his tout cook his metals Indicate tinI points of ithe compass hash sig nutsIn fact do everything n trained soldier tray be culled upon to do ex cept lie In ttrenches and shoot other soldiers and miller being a boy scout for a few years ho will know how to do that If It becomes necessary Indorsed by Thompson Seton Ernest Thompson Soon the noted CanadianAmerican naturalist Is an enthusiastI In the boy scout movement For some years Mr Setou lugs been or ganizing bunds of boys fn the study of woodcraft and Indian lore The Brit- Ish buy scouts must learn lets to tie knots the bowline the fishermans bend the clove hitch the reef knot and the sheet bend lie must be able to fol low an animals trucks for a quurteiof a Mlle In less thou HfCcn minutes laid to tell Ids Miminanilliig oUlcer the kind of animal lie Is following These things appealI to MrI Seton nuiurnlly and they will become u pawl of Ithe American buy scout curriculum In Ith1 great university of the open Hit General Frederick Dent tthrumi SoII of till civil Will general also lins given his hearty approval to the boy 5 mall movement In the Cubed Stnlen Ceil oral Grant looks nt It more from the military side as a preparation for pus sible future service lint lie ilois Inot overlook Use ethical side of the mutter In common with miiiiy other eminent Americans he realises what t grand tiling It Is for piowing lads to be MI lond In discipline dignity and kindli ness us well us to learn the haunts and habits of wild animals to become acquainted with the trees and the llowcrs mold Imbibe the abundant lore of the hug outdoors You oldish fellow of forty or fifty Just fancy having lad In your early teens the chance to don a real uniform fall in line with nil the other boys you knew and a lot of them that you had not known before but wanted to know march In military order out along the old red road between the rail fences or the bordering woods and meadows make camp sleep in tents eat In mess learn to wigwag engage III a sham battle now and then stand semi try do scouting duty miles away from camp and practice all sorts of outdoor exercises under the Instruction of a grownup man who knows how If you hind hull such opportunities maybe you wouldnt have entertained suih a longing to learn to play pool smoko cigarettes and otherwise be come what you considered smart In those days Organized In Several Cities These boy scouts are not going to be selected front the Idle rich classes merely Any boy who Is willing to undergo the discipline for time sake of fun nod Ithe general all round benefits Is eligible to enlistment Scout organ Izatlons have been formed already In several of the great cities New York Chleagu Boston Situ Francisco Ios Angeles The promoters of the move inent In America are looking for effi cleat earnest men In all cities and towns to take charge of scout camps and Instruct the boys It Is tie inten tion to organize the scouts In every state One object of the movement Is to keep the boys oil the streets where they are Inclined to learn things and do things not necessary to their future welfare or the welfare of society The boy scout Idea appeals with ape clan force to the cities where boys mire cooped up In apartments and tints and to till towns where Ithe conditions of life are such as tend toward the stunt lug of physical growth by too Iimieli crowding or too little outdoor life Physically healthy men morally healthy men those are the cardinalI alms of the boy sC out movement Well have girl scouts next Well why notl England lams them already l Where Ho Belonged- Sir said a little blustering man to a religious opponent I say sir do you know to what sect I belong yell I dont exactly know was the answer but to Judge from your make shape and size I should say you belong to a class called the Insect London TitBits A Description What kind of man is Withering toil One of those fellows who depend upon their whiskers to lend them die tinction Chicago RecordHerald The Problem Howell What are you trying to fig are out Powell How long it takes mj potntNeforkw What makes life dreary Is want or native George Eli- otKILhmE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings f DiscoveryC3LDi AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUUES iWIfC Jr fna r r J 10 f 11II 1f t 11it if I r EVERY FARMER= 1 II As well us every business man should have a hank accounti WHY I I J Because II III Your money is safer in tho bank than anywhere Paying your bills by check Is tho simplest and Your check becomes a voucher fort ho debt it olscIIIt gives you a better standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit- A bunk account teaches helps and encourages you to save I bookkeepingYourl J business I those desiring Hanking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our services IlIlTo Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky J s I I J NEVER ANY MRS BURTON Ohio Senator Puts Himself Out of Marrying Class Strictly speaking Senator Theodore E Burton of Ohio may not bo a woman hater but- Preceding n recent function In Wash- Ington the society editor of a Washing ton paper determined to describe thu gowns of all the senators wives present MrI Senator she said as she ac costed the Ohio statesman will you be kind enough to tell me what sort of gown Mrs Burton will wear Taking his eyeglasses from his pock et and putting them carefully upon Ills nose the senator Used the girl with u glance that nailed her to the mast and frigidly replied Madam there Is no Mrs Burton and If I immure anything to say about It there never will be Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of tine age Air flights on heavy machines tele grams without wires terrible war inven tions to kill men and that wonder of wonder Dr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by cough colds lagrippe asthma croup bronchi tis hemorrhages hay fever and whoop ing cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affections it hRS no equal It relieves instantly UK the siuest cue James 11 Blackof Asheville N C R R No d1 wanes it cured him ufall obstinite cough after all other remeditB failed 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co A amp Worth 500 A posture Mump valued ill xdi wn received atI Washington recently I Postmaster General Hitchcock from the International postal union headquarters at llenie Switzerland Ili Dears the prollle of the lute King Kd wardI VII It was Issued fur the Straits Settlements It Is printed In light orange mad lilac The stamp has been turned over to Stanley J Slack curator of the postal museum Notice That resolutions of respect are publishedat 5 cents per linn Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter I What Backache Means Generally backache means that the kidneys are diseased If they mire do not waste a moment but begin at once a treatment with Kidnets the greatest ot Kidney and backache remedies Delay may mean a fatal ending so d nut delay Druggist rind dealers sell Didnets at tSOc n box and guarantee satisfactory results ROAD BUILDING AS AN ART Establishment of Chairs on Subject Ilr Colleges Urged by an Expert Samuel 11111 a soninlaw of James J Hill the northwest railway mag nate and time president of time Ameri can Hoad Builders association takes a practical view of the roadmaking art He asserts It needs trained uteri and advocates the establishment of road building chairs in all the Im portant colleges of the United States and Specially at West Point He has succeeded in Impressing this view upon some of the Institutions of learning of the state tf Washington of which he Is a resident und 200 young men In that state arc studying the road building course this year Mr Hill declares that In live years In consequence of the Interest taken by the local colleges In this mutter and the progressive attitude of the leglslu lure which devotes one thlyd of the revenues of the state to road building Washington will have the best system of roads In the United States Whether Washington one of tin youngest states of the Union will be able 111 that time to outstrip mill her sister suites In providing a modern highway system mummy be open to ques tion but there Is sound steno in the recommendation that a system of edu cation In practical road building shall be established as a prerequisite to the construction of a general system of permanent highways In time United States Much1 of the money heretofore deUt ed to the construction of roadways that are lanes In dry weather and a succession of quagmires In wet lies previously been wasted partly through the lignorance of the roadmakers us to what constituted a good road The first step toward putting an end to this waste and entering upon scl entitle methods will be the training of a lot of students In the art of making roads Subscribe today Odd Signs A tin mall In the south of England huts a sign which reads Quart Measures of All Shapes and Sizes Sold Here At a market town in the midlands tho following placard was aflixed to time shutters of a watchmaker who had decamped leaving his confiding cred itors mourning Wound Up maul the Mainspring Broke In on of the principal streets of another small town time same shop war occupied by a doctor and a shoeinak j er the aan of medicine laving the front furl Iw of the leather working In the rear Over the door liming the sign We Itejalr Both Body and Sole On thrm window of a coffee room there ore day appeared the notice This Offee lloom Removed Upstairs Tilll Hell IIClI Playful Monkeys Apes i rd gorillas are usually viciousl- and rcfentful and less addicted to playful ricks than the common mon key Irdeed the monkey as we all know Ii a trickster both In his wild amid doncstlc state lu their native for ests lime mkeys spend hours In swinging front tl p brinclies of trees suspemle 1 by thel tails and chattering null gr niaclng with evident signs of delight Ilumbadt mentions seeing over n hun dred so employed In a South American rarest COAL TAR IN ROADMAKING Similar to Asphalt Pavement but of a- More Resilient Character Revolution in highway construction Is predicted by many road engineers but many others believe the successful macadam method modified will be tho only Innovation In that event the tar macadam method will surely be con sidered A properly tarred road Is similar to an asphalt pavement but of a more resilient character The stones all bound together by the tar into a smooth firm surface which can be swept and washed In much the same manner as tin asphalt pavement The main agencies which cause deterioration of tarred or oiled surfaces are heavy ruin frost and the decaying organic matter which accumulates on time surface of the road So far as can be determined one kind of road with stands time action of these agencies as well as the other Water nuts tar Is used in connection with coal tar but not to any great extent by itself It has a greater power of penetration iiul loss of It IIs required but It Is not so lasting It really Is in a class by itself and occupies an Intermediate pnsitioui between the temporary und time rper mn none binders In some eases where a linntrd amount of money Is available or v hero for tlIiiiiitJc reasons It is available to treat the road with the idea of its busting only through one season water gas tar Is expected to prove a valuable dust layer mind any extension of its use Is tthought to lie in this direction Tho value of coal tar in the preserva tion of macadam roads and us a dust preventive IIs proved by the fact that III tie majority of cases the life of u treated road has been materially lengthened mud by applying tar tho complete rebuilding of many roads at un enormous expense hums been avoided A great drawback In the standard ization of till treatment Is the impos sibility of securing a uniform supply of coal tar Coal till is purely n by product and tthe processes by which it is derived are never run with refer ence to the quality of tar produced but solely to obtain maximum yields of gas or coke RandMaxims A good road affords an excellent way to church A dollar spent on the road is as good as two spent on tho farm A community is known by the roads It keeps Better go two miles on u good road than half a mile on a bad one The wide tire maketb the glad pathJ muster A had road nod Its travel are soon parted Many path twisters spoil tie roaO A little gravelI Is a dangerous thing Sow deep rr callow full null springT- ime borso knowcth the bad cord und etleth his emirs drop Many country roads are paved with good intentions but for the most part with lumps of sod stones roots and rubbish r C JOYS OF THE PRESSBY KENTUCKIANS IN NEWSPAPER WORKu Complied by Louise typeAbright cheery paragraphs one happy to read JUST LITTLE DREAMS COME TRUE fie ta ac the CoidoPeINsCLQVERPORT KENTUCKY I ttt j p 1r tii r 1 rw i- ya to t I I = O TT1r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO I Issued Every Wednesday I Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linesjclmrgcd for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino money t 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 give their old us well us their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1910 Irvington has about given up the idea of getting the shops and is now turning her attention to the establishing of a firstclass college stockcompany has been formed with a capital stock of 10000 for buying a site and erecting the necessary buildings More than half of this stock has already been subscribed Prof Martin one of the best educators in the country is to be at the head of the institution assisted by other leading educators Ben Clarkson says the Henderson Route is mighty nice to him They stopped a train at his warehouse near Harned and loaded his tobacco instead of having him haul it to the station The way to have the railroad treat you nice is to bo nice to them Humans run railroads just the same as other enterprises and the Golden Rule is good to carry along with you when you are dealjng with a railroad A simplehearted and truly devout country preacher who had tasted but few of the drinks of the world took dinner with a high toned family where a glass of milk punch was quietly set down at each plate In silence and happiness this now Vicar of Wakeficld quaffed his goblet and said Madam you should daily thank God for such an excellent cowOld Trinity It is just three months from today until the Breckenridge Coun ty Fair meets What arc you doing to make it a success 1 What about that colt und that pig the calf the poultry and many things you can fix up to make it interesting to your neighbors Get right at it now fixing something for the Fair Geo Lyddan has the finest looking wheat on the Henderson Route There are some fine crops over on the Branch too Lon Rhodes John D Beeler and G A Wright show up fine Advertising is the education of the public as to who you are where you are und what you have to offer in the way of skill talent or commodity Elbort Hubbard A little oil and we seem to have it from the depths would set the wheels of this town going at n pace that would move things Get ready for the gusher The merchant who can successfully adopt will you take this with you plan can come ahead many dollars to the good in the course of six months rIf you want the town to grow and prosper be sure to sound its praises wherever you go Every town has some good points that will do to talk about Dont forget to renew your subscription if you want your paper Hototinued Our rule is to stop Iall papers when time expires Congress has passed an act appropriating money for raising the Maine which was wrecked in Havana harbor in 1S98 The war closed fifty years ago and yet it takes over one hundred and fifty millions of dollars to pay pensions Iresidont Taft will not bo on hand to cheer Mr Roosevelt when ho arrives in New York this month Wo have eighteen varieties of vegetables growing nicely in our garden They cost us little save effort The fact that England is short on eggs ougjit o awaken renewed interest in the poultry business There seems to be some lira and push in Ekron Several now buildings are going up there Just think of Irvington as a college town and the ihralil raps To hold the old customers you must out after thonow- A good machine to push along is a lawn mower Miss Beard Honored We clip frum a Buena Vista Va paper the following merited words about Miss Hannah Beard daughter of Mr add Mrs Taylor Beard The entertainment at the Auditorium Wednesday evening was the occasion of the Graduating Recital of Misses Hannan Beard and Mary Orland both graduates in elocution On account of the popularity of Miss Beard and the excellent work on the part of both the house was crowded with an audience that showed their appreciation of the work of these young ladies by expo ss ions of approval and liberal applause Each recited from three classes of work poetry a heavy selection and a humorous one Miss Beards numbers were Ships at Sea Annabel Lee A Candied Violet and liThe Chariot Race from Ben Hur The selections are too well known for us to give a description of them Miss Beard was exceedingly good in all of them but was at her best in the Chariot Race Her work in this was per fect and in the manner of a born ac tress and should she decide to join the people playing it before the American public today we feel sure that the posi tion of lending lady would be open to her at once Her work during her stay at the Seminary has been so pleasing to the public that it is regretted that she will not return The young ladies re ceived many handsome presents during the evening including flowers candy and books Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat set ting up an inflammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bronchitis The most satisfactory remedy for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm and the relief that follows even the first application cannot be told in words Dont suffer a day longer from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros fill Warren Street New York Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Mrs Hambleton III Word has been received here of the critical illness of Mrs Molllc Hamble ton at the home of her son Mr Jeff I Hambleton in Henderson 1 Notice in Bankruptcy Statesfor JIluUflailkandDistrictdayMaythefirstlawoillcoof Mercer Mercer In Hardlns AUcreditors may attend prove their claims andtransactpropertycome1 A DEAN Kefereo In Bankruptcy Owensboro Ky May 28 1910 Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Are Coming Back Dear Mr Babbage For some weeks I have been netting R E Hendersons paper and my paper has been going to Webster Today got both I shall forward one to my uncle R E Hender son Beverly Mass p o box 1280 Please send his paper there We had a very pleasant journey home and enjoyed our trip and enjoyed our visit to old Kaintuck and we hope to make our home there soon Very truly yours W B Henderson An Exception Dlbbs Women are Invading all kinds Df masculine occupations Gibbs There are no women rat catchers yet Boston Transcript Genius finds its own road and car ies Its own lamji Willuiott will want Rugs Wall and Mattings has aU at prices that will all Do buy until you see what I have Muslin All kinds of muslin at cheaper than you it Nice Line of Ladies Waistsfrom 50c up to 250 also black silk under Louisville Market Report Louisville May 31 1010 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 03 96- CCornNo2 white 6- 5OatsNo2 mixed 43 Eggs Market quiet case count 18 rehandled 1834 PoultryHens 14 and I5c per lb roosters 8c young chickens 25 Q 3005 ducks 12c turkeys 13c geese lfc HogsTops 945 light pigs 1815 Roughs 875 down I Sheep and fall lambs OCt fat sheep 4 f Spring lambs S9oWoblThe market is dull andlower Kentucky and Indiana clear merchan table grease wool 2525J Bluegrass wool 2526 burry wool 13 20c according to burrs black wool 19 20 dead sheep and seedy wool 10 to 18c merino 18 to 20c tub washed 30 to 35c ropeAmust be dry maid in hood condition and sheep tags taken off Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuadyI A HUMILIATED The Crippled Old Despot Was Made td Feel His Mighty Fall The following amusing story is told by J L Kipling in his Man and Beast In India of the humiliation of a mon key whom physical disablement pre vented from maintaining his despotic position alt leading male of tho troop One morning there came a monkey chieftain weak and limping having evidently been worsted in a severe fight with another of his own kind Ono hand hung powerless his face and eyes bore terrible traces of bat tle and he lilrplod slowly along with a pathetic air of suffering supporting himself on the shoulder of a female a wife tho only member of his clan that had remained faithful to him aft er his defeat We threw them bread and raisins and the wounded warrior carefully stowed the greater part away in his cheek pouch The faithful wife sec lug her holding fast his one sound hand and opening his mouth deftly scooped out the store of raisins Then she sat and ate them very calmly at a safe distance while he mowed and chattered In impotent rageHe knew that without her help he could not home and was fain to wait with what patience he might till the raisins were finished This was probably her first chance of disobedience or of self assertion in her whole life and I am afraid she thoroughly enjoyed It I skirts Big Laces worth lOc nice skirts Line Of Men and for and summer now that suit RECEIVERS t Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky L M Tague Plaintiff Against KentuckyIndiana Natural Gas Ss Oil i Defendant Equity 3241 By virtue ot a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at Term thereof 1010 in the above cause the sale of the hereinafter described property costs herein I shall proceed to offer sale at Cloverport Kentucky at Fishers I Drug Store Corner to the highest bidjJi dayjof ortupon a credit of six months n the following described property toII wit leases which said company owns upon land in Breckenridge County i Kentucky or elsewhere Franchise and privileges which said company owns to sell gas to the citizens of Cloverpprtj Kentucky as per franchise granted by CloverportJpipechase said company by deed date I made May 18th 1909 in deed R book 236 in Breckenri JCountypipe line gas wells complete or in plate derricks drilling omff ifixturersti i said company of whatsoever kind of I character together with the rthtion also all the contracts and i ments which possesses for the sale to persons or corporations in Cloverport Kentucky the purchaser t with approved surety or securities r must execute bond bearing llegal inter from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Lein retained to secure payIment of money Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms Approximated debt interest andIi cost f Lee Walls Receiver Watch for the announcement of the I Big Picnic at McQuady Card of Thanks i We thank the Presbyterians and The MontenegroRiehm Music Owens boro for kindness shown us at ourJcommencement IJJ C H S Senior Class 1010 1 l Watch the announcement of tht Big Picnic at McQuady 1 Tire Cloverport C3 Ice Co Ji1a I Is now making 10 of Pure Ice 24 j hours Write or telephone us your orders II I atI dt Marion Weatherholt Secy VI- C IIII 01 E E0oI III 10 = 11 ol II GHOEID I n THE TEST OF GOOD CLOTHES I t 1 Sp UST as the Government tests the armor plate for its fighting fleet so every f iVo Kirschbaum Fabric is tested and rejected if not up to standard JoI Nothing less1 than absolutely pure wool is accepted and every process of fOJ making and finishing is carefully watched Then when you consider thatievery garment is handtailored you have the reason for the resistance theLoTeartest ofoIntt KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES frie The Kirschbaum Label is a warranty of good clothesit insures the most for theweleast It means moneys worthin fact you can for yourself if you in j sist upon this label when you buy We guarantee these goods Should you findwasimperfection in the cloth or tailoring of a Kirschbaum handmade garment re u turn tjie same and money will be refundedLeiru ForHouse Cleaningy- ou Lace Curtains Carpets Paper Alexander thorn suit not Ladies Underwear underwear Alexanders can make ReadyMade LambsBest MONKEY opportunity reach Lot at 5c lino of ladies readymade at prices A Snappy LowCuts Oxfords For Boys Ladies spring in stock at prices will SALE Co No May for all for thereabout all by of recorded J franchise emoluithecompany est purchase promptly 366995 Co for tons every Tt greater prove popular f lastLadiesi FouAlll 1Aski Qua You will find tho most complete line XytiVof white i WinBreckenridge Ladies Trimmed flatsIngbf Nice line of ladies ready to wear Is th hats from 150 to 500 i Bow i Cl- ceey I ED F ALEXANDER Irvington Kentuckys I y Satu f Fc i Fo s OCtoi1 01 I QOL0 M21 00 a fi0JI 0110i tt Jolin doIJi Jo wi i j 11 f HVfc 1I 0 v pora Remedyas CATARRHities BalmInterabsorbedanJ Rellelat Once Judg It cleanses soothes pay heals and protects n111 the diseased mem 0 wbran resulting from Catarrh and drives withaway ixCold in thallead quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size and t LiquidtEly Brothers 60 Warren Street Now York r f the Ure Breckenridge News itL WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1910 ROTES Foil POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS id The OwensFor Precinct and city Offices 250 tour 600Lr1Eor Calls per line 10 0ForCards per line 10 r For All Publications in the inter of thestl of individuals or expression HiJ of individual views per line10- jxKkKKr I KKaMdKKKKYIrKt rtrtrKnK- x LITTLE HOME S AHOMEA 2 AND NEAR PI- xU t kst II KatK tK t tKsttKKK J Fresh fish at English Kitchen Owen Seaton was in town Monday I Mrs Geer went to Louisville Monday Charlie Payne was at Lodiburg Mon Fred Hill spent Sunday in Hen ter son daySelby McCracken is in Louisville this week Win Ashby was in Cannelton last week C =Sr Pretty summer shirt waists at Mrs Cordreys 2JI 0f Mrs Mattie Collins spent Tuesday at TobinsportQLucas was here from Big weekUI town for 15 cents 0English Kitchen to Mrs Sallie Gross of Holt went to n r Louisville Monday it Joys of The Press 15 cents the t OfficeIf 4opyNews I t of Glendeane was in Louisville Monday k Wilbur McGuffin of Louisville was i 0 in town last Thursday Miss Mattie Weatherholt is visiting 1Vi friends in New Albany Beautiful millinery for midsummer wear at Mrs Cordreys Miss Beatrice Payne of Tobinsport was in the city Wednesday Mrs Geo Lyddan Irvington was in Louisville Monday shopping Miss Ethel Marr of Garfield spent last week here with relatives r Will Pate foreman of the Cloverport I- IiFoundry was in Ekron Monday Mrs Will Pate leaves today for Mc Quady to visit relatives for a week Wm White has returned home from Winchester where he attended college Miss Elizabeth Skillman entertained t Informally at her home Thursday even fag Mrs Chas Moorman of Versailles is thd guest of her mother Mrs W H Downier Claude Mercer the wellknown attor = trey of Hardinsburg was in the city Saturday Mr and Mrs Foster Harder and son relativesitt FordivilleJ For SaleYoung horse and buggy I a Horne is safe for woman to drive JtWelHJ1berri 1 j I a Miss Myrtle Beauchampof Stephens part was here last week Mrs Wave Hawkins and Miss Mayme Hawkins of Mattingly were here Fri dayMiss Artie Harder of Fordsville is spending several days here with rela tives Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison and children are in Louisville Paul Lewis and sister Miss Emeline spent Saturday at McDaniels with friendsMrs Harry Morrison and children are spending the week in New Albany with relatives The Baptist parsonage and thehome of Mrs A Fallon on Railroad street have been freshly painted Mrs Chas Waggoner who has been ill at her home in the West End for sev eral days improving s Mr and Mrs Clarence Keith and little daughter of Elizabethtown are guests of relatives here Mrs Tony Nicholas spent Sunday in EvansvilleMr Mrs Thos Tousey have returned from Louisville Mrs Graham Jolly and children spent the week end in Stephensport Mrs L B Perkins spent Sunday in EvansvilleMiss Chapin was home from Louisville Sunday Misses Carrie Tucker and Esther Jackson spent Sunday in Stephensport with friends Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot and Mrs Ed Oglesby were called to lien derson yesterday on account of the ill ness of Mrs Mollie Hambleton Mrs Chas Pate and Miss Ethel Marr were guests of relatives in Owensboro SundayMrs Fella of Addison spent Monday here with her mother Mrs Wood Alvin Simons was in Irvington Sunday Misses Ola and Janie Keith of Owensboro spent Sunday here with their grandmother Mrs Elizabeth KeithMr and Mrs Harvey Stone were guests of Mr and Mrs Co rtney Dab bage in Louisville Sunday Roy Six of Tobinsport was here SundayMiss lone Dowden of Brandenburg was the guest of Mrs Chas Lightfoot SundayLouie Ditzenbach is home from Maryville Tenn where he has been attendingcollege Thos Wroe has returned from Hard insburgSam Keith left last week for Sebree where he has a position in The Green River News office Miss Laura White of Owensboro was in the city last week on business and vas very successful here Mrs Cordelia Haynes and Mr Court Haynes of Hawesville were guests of Mr and Mrs Hoflious Behen Sunday- V G Babbage Law Insurance Real estate pension claims adjusted with proper certificate of claimant Office on Main street Mr Thos Brown left last week for the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley He was accompanied by Steve Wilson who returned home Thursday Mrs Laura Hayes and son Dr Hilary Boone are at Bardstoyn today to be present at the wedding of Dr Ray Boone and Miss Gertrude Stocker The Cloverport District Sunday School Convention will be held at the Methodist church on the second Sun day in this month beginning at 230 P M If you want Disc Harrows Corn Drllls Double Shovel Plows Cultiva torsl RidingI pr WakingMowing Ma I r- r n- I f J i f t4 4 K ri1 chines or Fertilizers call on Julian II BrownErnest Sprague of Louisville was iin the city several days last week repre senting one of the best known insur ance companies and was well received by the business men of Cloverport Miss Francis Biggs was the guest of honor at an Informal reception given at the home of Mrs Fred Ferry Friday evening Miss Francis Smith enter tained in her honor Saturday evening Jesse Miller and daughter Mary Judith Were in Louisville Sunday to meet Mr and Mrs F N DHuy who were returning from Pintville Mr Dlluys health is very much improved Remember my shoe sale is going on and continues to go on until June 15th I am selling mens womens and childrens all styles from Common Sense to the latest at costJ H BrownMiss Elizabeth Skillman has returned to the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman at Morgan field Miss Skillman is a lovely young girl and shall be missed by the members of the younger social set Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady K of P Notice Decoration Services Presbyterian church Sunday June nth 2 P M Members will meet at Lodge room 130 Election of officers Monday June 6th Work in 2nd Rank All members re quested to be present By order of lodge- C W Hamman K R R S Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Notice All persons having just claims against the estate of the late Dr R L New som are notified to present same duly proven as required by law to the under signed Executor of his estate at her residence in Cloverport Ky on or be foro July 1 1910 All persons owing the said estate will speedily make settlement of such indebtedness and failure to do so will cause legal proceedings to be instituted to enforce collection Mrs Jennie S Newsom Executor of estate of Dr R L New som deceased Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Little Cloverport Gir- lEntertained Extensively- Miss Charlotte Menden entertained at a five oclock tea Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Louise Nicholas of Clo verport Ky Miss Louise Nicholas of Cloverport Ky is visiting the Misses Mildred and Winonah Calahan 1204 East Franklin street Evansville Journal News Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Miss Heyser Entertained Extensively In Chicago Miss Ray Lewis Heyser one of Clo verports most attractive young women has been extensively entertained in Chicago and Evanston where she has DHuyDuringgiven a comet dinner at a fashionable lake shore hotel in Chicago and she has been the honored guest at several charming affaIrs Nice Home For Sale For Sale Two story house with 8 rooms and two halls cellar underneath on about three acres of ground fenced good stables and outbuildings good cistern location high within 100 yards of schoolhouse on one side and church toMrsKyp w F J t + 4eL6r3D t iWantsFor Cane m + atthoWanted Slave Makers VAft ThDHy Cu clnnntl Cooperage ComTT rimy llfty Mixvoinnkors lNor partlru CoIfeutuckyFor SaleScholarship r UowllnlIrNISawsCloverport Ayro AAM OI F 4 CREAMSMassage t Greaseless nu Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Everything for Hut Weather Comfort Severs Drug Co Henderson Route Notes H round trip to Louisville May 9 and 10 returning not later than June 5 Also May 12 1119 2126 28 30 and June 2 and returning two days after date of sale account Spring Races SUNDAY SCHOOL Convention At Harned Will Be A Glorious Meeting For All Present The Hardinsburg District S S Con vention will convene at Harned Bap tist church Saturday June 11 1910 The program will appear next week The following are expected to be on program and will be notified this week Rev R H Morefield Rev Boyd Hardin Rev Peak Rev I Cline Dr Mather Rev Willet Rev J Duggins Jess Whitworth Chas Kimmerson J P Haswell Jr Cliff Payne Prof 11 R Warner Mrs Thomas Gregory Miss Oma Compton and Miss Maud Smith We ask an annual contribution from each school for County State and In ternational work an amount equal to fifteen cents for each officer and teacher and three cents for each pupil enrolled We insist that each school make a special effort next Sunday to get this amount We are expecting our county President and a State worker to be with us So everybody come and help us to make this the best convention we have ever hadC L Bruington Pres Cora Matthews Secy Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Notice forSealed the lowest and best Lids for furnishing nit material ex cept brick and sand and for the erec tion of the new addition to the school building of the Cloverport Graded Cloverportspecifications furnished by Paul Lewis will be received by the Board of Trus tees up until nuon June 24th The right to reject any or all bids is reserved and the successful bidder will be re quested to give bond in an amount equal to the amount of his bid Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the undersigned Marion Weatherholt Secty Board of Trustees Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady I You wont have this experience with I givesIShade materials that show shadows havent body enough This is why they also bag and wrinkle Brenlin is a fine closely woven materialmade without chalkt without filling of any kind With the light colors you get a soft mellow light No more glareIWith the greens and darkcolors you can shut out the light com pletely 0II flJ 1ren noT1UDK MARK RrCIITtXCD Wont let in streaks or spots of lightwont show shadows Look for the marking The name B REN LIN is perforated in the edge ofevery yard It is your protection from shades that look like Brcnlin when new but dont wear We can fill your order quickly and accurately We are always glad to estimate It will not obligate you to buy J C Nolte Bro Cloverport K- yMENS J 1mIIVJA I IISII I RED PICNIC JULY 4 1910 HARDINSBURG KY Make your arrangements to como and enjoy yourselves as have never done before Wo will see that every 44thing is done to add to your comfort and enjoyment that cnn reasonably bo done There will he n parade of Red Men in various costumes and n barbecued dinner soft drinks ice water and attractions of various kinds Brass Band etc Other notices will follow from week to week until the 4th Reduced Rates on the Branc- hCommitteeI 1IiII rtss Astrs4 JI + resr+ s1 r w + ravaroslr o + oseAOr r W1v I SALEIJersey 10 head of your own choice cows out ofu herd lof JO head most all 1 and 2 years old all full blood and part of them re gistered Will sleet buyer at depot and drive you to the farm Write or phone tH I GARSUCH Irvington Iy JsA slsvrlaeOf +or desr 4++ ITry our Want Column Right Now Q1c ED 1Q1 101 JIII OLD o0 o A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer not bettor investmentt than a certificate of deposit in the 0 BANKOF CLOVERPORTwith the interest compoundedseutiannually and no better way of payingyour bills than by check whOleby you always have a record of payment =OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USAr Q e wantsO0 o E3t 101 JIQII 10J 2lQIOJ II0 v ti Jp S s n i rL U T 410 t Y r l t+ If1Mw c NNFa + NNONN The Lure l 6 CHAPTER XV TIm ARIA FROM It THOVATOni U we take a look Into tho Formosa again to SHALrt asked Merrlhew step Into the gondolft It will be a waste of time Bettlna trill havo warned them Whats the Italian coming to anyhow She retried a hundred francs But I can see that Mrs Sandford had a band in this latest event She has probably writ ten that we might look for them In tbo CampoAll right Well listen to the mu sic grumbled Merrlhew He wanted to find Kitty right away Hlllards Indifference annoyed him To the barges of the troupes said Hillard to Achllle In the great canal of San Marco the scene was like a water carnivalI Hun dreds of gondolas with bobbing lights swam slowly round the barges of the serenaders who for the most part were fallen operatic stars or those who had failed to attain those dizzy heights What was that Hlllard was no longer lethargic From a gondola on the far side of the barge standing out of the press and Just beyond the radiance of the lanterns came a voice which had a soul In It a voice which broke Into Bong for the pure Joy of Itclear thrillinga voice before which the world bows down The prima donna In the barge was clever she stopped The tenor went on however recognlz ing that he was playing opposite us they soy to u great singer II J111l Ids heart beat fast that voice There could uot be another like It And she was here in Venice Quick Achllle for the far gondola was heading for the Grand canal Merrlhew understood now Follow commanded Illllard Ten lire If you can come up alongside that gondola Cdn you see time number It Is 15JI sigtior Pouipeo It will be u race At each stroke Merrihew swung for ward his body The end of the race came sooner thanI any one expected A police barge nosed round an ell By the time Pompeo was oft again the ferrule of the pursuing gondola scraped past Potnpcos blade Pompeo called and Achllle answered There was a war of words figure of a dog name ot a pig Achllle was in the wrong but 10 lire were 10 lire Illllard caught the gondola by the rail and clung The race was over Slgnorlnu said Pompeo boiling with rage shall I call the police No Pompeo said his solitary passenger To the Campo Pompeo Mr Hll lard will you kindly follow 1 would speak to you alone since there Is no escape The way to the Campo Formosa was made without further Incident The gondolas became moored Hit lard Jumped out and went to assist La Slgnorlua but she Ignored his out stretched hand What Is it you wish she asked One look at your face he answer ed simply She slowly removed tho well Then for the first time he looked upon face of this woman who had thlI his dreams The face was not like any he had conjured It seemed to him that Vecchlos Paola Vecchlos Barbara had stepped down from her frame beauty tranquil flawless beau ty A minute passed lie was Incapable of speech he could only look I Well she said In the same ex pressionless tone Let us begin at the beginning he repliedSince this is to be the end Why did you permit me to dine with you that memorable night A regrettable Impulse And why utter all had come to an apparent endwhy did you send mo that mask It Is unanswerable Truthfully 1 do not know Who Is that man the Italian with the scar- I will not answer that VA lady Grate of Mary that Is drollr Why do you say that theInto regard to you Perhaps he is right Perhaps I am not a lady according to his lights But she laughed Do not laugh like that What you uro or have been or might have been to him Is nothing to mo Only one fact remains clear and that Is I love you J tfo Mr Hlllard you are only ex 7IT 0- K Q the i MaskBy i Z Y HAROLD i MAC GRATHII Copyright 08tby the Bobbi Merrill Co + a NNNNN NN10 lieu i may he a fugitive nom tae law I do not believe it There may be sears which do not show she fnlterellIu the heart In the mind I am sorry terribly sorry Heaven knows that I meant no harm Forget me- Forget you Tell me what prevents friendship between us You say you love me IIs that not answer enough Give up all idea all 1thought of me You will only Avasto your time Come is your love strong enough to offer a single sacrifice Not If It Is to give your up Oh do not worry about persecution I shall nly seek to be near you tined night she sold and good ivl She wound the veil round her- a e took half a dozen steps halted iird turned then went on into the dark i S t t Tie Villa Ariadne rested upon a snitill knoll half n mile or more north 111 mid above Klosole from which time l mnnimlc bounty of Florence was to lie a Keen at nil times glistening In time sun glowing in the ruin sparkling In the night- Life run smoothly enough at the Villa Ariadne La SIgnorlna at the very last moment surrendered to time entreaties of Kitty She agreed not to pass herself off as tit princess Among themselves each played tie role orig inally assigned La SIgnorlna seemed to enjoy the farce as much as nay one It was a great temptation not to stealI l a look Into the marvelous chests had sideboards bulging as they knew with priceless glass and silver and linen amid laces Hut La SIgnorlna each day Inspected tho seals and uttered solemn warnings They had now lived In the Villa Ariadne for two weeks a careless thoughtless happy go lucky family Today was warm and mellow On the stone bench by the porters lodge hard by tthe gate sat the old Flores tine and OMally iron some un known source OMally had produced a concierges hat and coat a little moth eaten a little tarnished but service ableIletro said OMally Ive got an Idea IIf any tourists come today 1 propose to show them around the place Iletros eyes Unshed angrily Xo no MineI all mine Oh I am not going to rob you Ill give you the tip What I want Is the fun of the thing Pietro understood That was different If his excellency would pay over to him the receipts ho could conduct tho tourists as often ns he plcnsed They shared a flask of wine The porters bell rims loudlyI Tourists whispered OMally He settled his cap on straight and went tj the gates A party of five Americans stood outside two men two women and a girl This in the Villa Ariadne asked one of time women It Is said OMally touching his cap He speaks English1 cried tho woman turning Joyfully to the others We wish to see tho villa and time park The villa IB now occupied id gnora replied OMally but you arc permitted to gee thei park aid gar dens awi 1 4T Nurse Says III know what is good for young and old peo ple writes Mrs Clara Dykstra a trained nurse of South Bellingharn Wash and will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women It makes them feel like new persons re lieves their pain and reg ulates womanly troubles Both my daughter and I received great benefit TakeCARDUI The Womans Tonic As a medicine for fe male trouble no medi cine you can get has the old established reputation that Cardui has Fifty 50 years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all teststhe test of TIME As a tonic for weak wo men Cardui is the best be cause it is a womans tonic Pure gentle safe re liable Try Cardui flow imuliY nuked one of the incii Clmnninty sold OMally then correcting himself tot ouch person Ton mils Two lire fifty Why this In downright extortion declared lime WOllia- iOMally girt vent to u perfect Italian shrug nod put a hand out sug yesMvtly toward tthe gates Oh conic dear protested one of the men wearily youve dragged us up hero from Ilcsolo and Im not go lug bade without seeing whats to bo oon I Solemnly Pit ro watched tthem Ipass wondering what the terms were OMally led the party to time fountain This OMally began with a careless wave of till hand Is time famous fountain lby Doualello It was origiI nally owned by Catherine dMedlssy The llorglna stole It from her and Italy and1 Iranee nearly came to war or It1h Horglns doubtfully Were these two families contemporaneous They were scornfully The quintet consulted their guide books but before they lind located the paragraph referring to this work OMally was cunningly lending them away lie passixl on to the antique marbles explaining how this one Avns Nero that one Caligulas that one riberlus He lied so gracefully that the tomb of Ananias must have rocked Do you know said the woman who had not yet spoken you speak English with an accent I do not under stand OMnlly shivered Was she going to spring dago 011 him I nm an Ital ian he said solemnly I was born however In County Clare My father nnd mother were Immigrants to Ire land Ma whispered the girl ask him for one of those buttons The stage whisper was overheard by OMally These buttons he explain ed cost a lira each but If time slguo Ilna really wishes one And thus another lira swelled time profits of the dayAt the gates OMally received his pourbolre tip of 20 centcslml and re turned to Pietro Quando he cried OMally handed him the exact amount minus the Urn for the button Santa Maria All thees How No more I take dem You OMally sat down on the bench and laughed It was ns good a part ns he hnd ever had i t t t i Early evening La SIguorlna leaned over tthe terrace wall her hand idly trailing over tho soft cool roses Stretched out on either hand white and shadowy lay time great road She was dreaming Presently upon the sl lence came the echo of galloping horses Two horsemen como centering toward the Villa Ariadne She heard their yokes Jack this has been tho trip of my life Verona Pnduo Bologna and now Florence This Is life Nothing like It It has been enjoyable Dan I only Hope our luggage will be at the hotel La Slguorlnas hand closed convulsively over n rose and crushed It A last canter to Flesolel The two went clattering down the roadLa SIgnorlna walked slowly back to the villa It was fatality that this man should again cross her path To be continued Poor Foolish Woman She is trying to improve her com plexion by using a face cream when the trouble is in time blood If she does not read this tell her some one that Lanes Tea the great laxative and regulator moves the bowels each day driving out all impurties from the blood and making a clear and beautiful skin Druggists and dealers sell Lanes Tea 250 a package = t1 TALENTED MISS HARRIMAN Executive Ability of Financiers Daughter Who Will Wed C C Rumsey Miss Mary Ilarrlman who Is to marry Charles Gary Itumsey of limit mile and New York on Thursday May 20 Is tho second daughter of the lute Edward LI Ilurrlman the railway magnate who died on Sept 0 1001 and is one of six children who will fall heir to one of the largest fortunes of the world Miss Mary Hard man who was made an executor of the Immense es tuto left by her father showed that she had Inherited u good deal of his business capability when In the month following his death she timid her mother decided that the girl herself had better take personal elwrge of the operation of the vast estate at Arden N Y She had nlways been interested in spurts and In the natural life of outdoor excitement nnd pleasure which the American girl when she has op portunity to do so usually lends But now she showed that she possessed a talent of no mean order for executive work on u large scale On Oct 28 1009 she formally took charge of the Arden farms dairy nnd nssmned the management of the 45000 acres of the Harriman Orange county farms and since that time she lies actually been running them herself Outdoor sports such ns tennis horseback riding and nutomoblling have always beeu of the keenest Interest to Miss Harriman Since she has been old enough to go around without a nurse she has spent days on the roads and hillsides and in tho great forests of the vast Arden estate Charles Cary Itumsey is n son of Lailrenee D Ramsey of Buffalo The family is wealthy nod socially prowl nent and hits lived III Buffalo for n long time Young Mr ttumsey is n lit tle less than thirty years old and has shown much promise in modeling and sculpture work lie studied for a time at Harvard and later spout several years In Paris at the Beaux Arts Fol lowing his retuin to time United States ho lies continued his work and has had a number of groups in exhibitions which have won praise from critics lie is a splendid horseman an expert polo player nnd lies won many prizes and tropnles of his skill at horse shows CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars rho- Signature of GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN Highway Commission Rucppointed In Ventura Cal The supervisors in preparation for proposed bond Issues In Ventura CnLI have real pointed as county commis sioners Messrs Clark Kdmundson and Flelsher This commission was ap pointed 1 two years ago and went thor ougltly Into the question of good roads throughout the county furnishing specifications had an estimate limit the financial depression came on work was dropped and the commls sloe discharged Since then agitation bas boon started for a renewal mend n imposition hits been set on footI to Lond the county for SlOOOOOU for good roads and a number of bridges TIll commission is empowered to again re tain Surveyor Wand at a salary ot not to exceed JMOO per month The mullet of a choice of a courthouse site lu Ventura lies been selected by time supervisors Citizens here raised n purse of 20000 witl1 which to buy a site the location being left to time supervisors Two sites have ill ready been offered Half Million For Texas Good Roads Seventytwo miles nt country roads llstrlbuted throughout the entire county mire to be paved by Harris county Tex with shell and gravel within the test twelve months out of a recent road and bridge bond issue of 500000 according to n schedule adopted by the county commissioners court In the list of the roads to be paved mire n number of the most important high ways In the county one of which is the Webster Air Line road running from Ilarrlsburg to the county line n distance of eighteen miles where It will connect with a paved rout to be instructed by Gnlvestou county thereby giving a complete paved roadway front Houston to Jolveston via the causeway Subscribe Right Now THE BUSH rl F SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 1 Ser 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville KyIj DR EVELYN BUSH SEI OSTEOPATHic PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE The Sanatorium is equipped with nil modern conveniences for Dec the treatment of diseases by Inatl atlOsteopathySweedish Gymnastics Baths and lassageii I l liQ111t ATLER T Directorhl Late ol Battle Creek Sanatorium men Correspondence Solicited j j delei j omit II r ooh oU- j aft n lleyr Save 75ONE PURCHASING Ii OF OURII elb FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPSS blognforththisi where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of lztnc 525 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready boss now buy one for future use hyp INuu- iI= Agl I cade lis u- PRINQIPAL oos succc wac hags w Cn t iA hus BUSINESS COLT JEGEpaellaaoaw GcSecondt room v ull- Ilrtse ally tf cd rwIE C EraL1C f Ct r I RURAL TELEPHONES stiedmi p his pm c I- nlemnOOSj nre you so on r k manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraphst t4 i k Company and have him explain the special Far ntHl t f ftilers Line rate nonahi- ff the c- gonerI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY t IncorporatedMooseB- Iover mate tortlI I d Anything to Sell or Trade aid nose aI On ll i a aaucu oti a IIf usp1 Oi p tv 1 hors UI urbec will sure find a buyer orea trader for it right away rt IINews Want Ads Bring Results ancI t flan At ll- ii i ts lA1W11ilA I1b IMIMrrNrlNwiI A NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE escl But They DOd MinhpimaEAey ork ithetTheysell what is not wanted and find what is wanted pa If you have a Small Business and Want More Business Igoerg ergTryThe fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you ednb Write Call or Telephone o- V If not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 We wiH ton you oa file cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenientanfit i r r j Tr y r 1 1 jr S II r I 1- 9 1 n u a IIT Ha 1 wiHATMADE I A PRESIDENT Senator Plaits Own Story of Himself and Roosevelt SECRETS OF 1900 REVEALED Declared In Autobiography That Odd Incident Led to the Presidency In stead of Shelving the Governor He Wrote I Plead Guilty to Kicking UpstalrsI If Frank H Platt son of the late lQntted States Senator Thomas C Platt had not pinched Theodore Room I velt on the leg just at tho critical mu ment In a conference of tho New York delegation at the Republlcan national contention In Philadelphia in 1000 Mr oo Velt then governor of Now York pujd not kayo been president of the inltcd States succeeding Mr McKln fel II instead of shelving Roosevelt 1 must plead guilty to tho charge of J kicking him upstairs I believe Roose volt himself would convict mo of this f So wrote Senator Platt In his auto biography of Which part is published Hti the Juno number of McClures Mag fizine The senator the Republican boss of New York state dealt with nominations of Theodore Roose velt that for governor of New York f titato and that for vice president In the Republican national convention of 1000 a Philadelphia Senator Platt sought i answer the critics who bad asserted 1 iat In nominating Mr Roosevelt for I lilmffrhlcb vice presidents have reposed What a Pinch Did Senator Platt wrote i A pinch may bo said to have made toosevclt president for had he cx rated the threat of declining tho mlnation for vied president and ud It been accepted he would never ijiavo reached the White House IiAgain jI 11 may be pardoned if I remind my eadcrs that but for my insistence upon lis nomination for the vice presidency fRoosevelt certainly would not have succeeded McKinley in 1001 and per lhaps he never would have been presl ent of the United States to that pinch Senator Platt thus described what happened In Phil adelphia before the convention Excited at Plan jt Governor Roosevelt was In his room protesting to everybody that ho would if nominated for vice president rise In the convention and unequlvo r71ally decline I heard about this and sked my son Frank to go to him and 1 j1 iny that be would be nominated that Tie could not stop that and I wanted hls promise that If he were made Mc = lnleys associate he would run Roosevelt and my son soon came to iny rooms Tho governor was in a state of rare excitement even for him rftI shall go to the New York caucus i iahtl tell the delegates that I shall If nominated for vice president arise In the convention and decline ttcan Servo you Senator Platt far better as Y governor than as vice president said Roosevelt pugnaciously I But you cannot be renominated for governor and you are going to bo uom noted for vice president was my retort j 4I cannot bo renominated queried 1 Eloosovelt j IkJ r No your successor is in this room aid I pointing to Chairman Odell NoW I want your promise that If 4 rou are indorsed by the New York I Milieus you will not refuse and that It- oUaro t nominated by tho convention i wi will run I added Jfifcosevclt showed his teeth paced fl l- I p1Dnd down the roam and chafed ns horse docs under a tight rein and tycd bit Gave Word Not to Decline Well Senator Platt finally re fcrned Roosevelt reluctantly I will Rdge myself not to decline formally 6 Now York caucus indorsement it J shall certainly urge the caucus name another M1And remember that I shall pinch I 11see any signs of your petting I p iand Declining1 put in my son th 444i rfght you play pinch mo as ir ias you like answered Roosevelt hQ and Frank hurried to tho CQUCUM Jho New York delegation then in I ogres on the main floor of the Ho t Walton yinator Dopow was presiding and length Mr Roosevelt arose and ad rpisa bll1Ho reiterated in most HJphatic terms his statement that ho as nova candidate for the vice presl ncy and his associates from Now prt must respect his wishes and fiber work among the delegates toy ijfoag about his nomination nor present p name to tho convention for that- JtJUltas Ece Dr Albert Shaw Frederick S ts Holls Nicholas Murray Butler anders of Roosoyolts self constituted unds clustered about him and vMs 114ed audibly Say youll decline It Roinatcd governor my son pinched welt In the log and said Remem our contract with the senator raor BooMveit kept faith He ignored 111 riwUbltattons of Micah Gad the oth U andsatdown- Q 11 Q ll AFTER SUFFERING ONE YEAR Cured by Lydia E Pink CompoundImo a well woman and I would like to tell the whole world of it I suffered- fromfemoletroublo and fearful pains in my back I had the best doctors and all decided that I had a tumor In addition to my female trouble and advised an operation Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made me a well woman and I have no more backache I hope I can help others by telling thorn what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has done fo- rme1tIns EMMAIMSE 833 First St Milwaukee Wls The above is only ono of the thou sands of grateful letters which aro constantly being received by the Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn Mass which prove beyond a doubt that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from roots and herbs actually does cure these obstinate diseases of women after all other means have failed and that every such suf oring woman owes it to herself to at least give Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial before submit ting to an operation or giving up hope of recovery Mrs Pinklmin of Lynn Mass invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health and her advice is free- Use For Holiday Cards A good way to utilize the many Christmas tags and cards and the nu merous odds and ends of holly ribbon from the different packngos Is to make from them bookmarks for the Christ mas books In the smallest cards make a narrow slit at the top through which draw a six or eight Inch length of narrow ribbon knotting It firmly with a short V snipped end so It will hold Tie three cards mounted In this way together at the farther end of the ribbon In nn ornamental knot and you will have a dainty useful and most appropriate place marker for your holiday books Tho larger cards should bo slit at both bottom and top and should have a wider ribbon drawn through them both so that the card with sentiment and ornament forms the center and the card when the bookmark Is In use lies In the book and the ribbon pro trading from It above and below marks the page A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Buckleus Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer of all such wounds ns also for Rufus Bolls Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25c at Severs Drug jitore In Memoriam HIS MAJESTY KINO EDWARD VII Born 1811 died May C 1910 At midnight camo the majesty or death Kings of the earth abide this kings de cree- Sudden and kindlier so to seal the breath And set tho spirit free And now tho peace he held most near his heart That peace to which his countrys steps he led So well for us he played his royal part Broods oer him lying dead thus passes Britains crown from king to king Yet leaves secure a nations deathless love- Dearer than empire yea a precious thinAll earthly crowns above Owen Seaman In Punch Dont let the baby suffer front eczema sores or any itching of the skin Conns Oitment gives instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for children All druggists sell it J W Folk Boom For Presidency At n dinner to bo given m St Louis oii rune 2 tIle friends of Joseph W Folk will launch his campaign for the Democratic nomination for tho presidency In 1012 The former governor Missouri will not ask the Democracy of the country to place him at the head of the party In the national cam paign but his friends In St Louis and throughout tho state will carry on a fight to that end with his consent This campaign will bo carried on iwo spective of all efforts that may be made to get Folk into the race for the tonatorship Kept The King At Home For the past year we have kept the King of all laxativesDr Kings Ne Life PillsImi our home and they have proved a blessing to all our family writes Paul Mathnlkaof Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 2Sc at Severs Drug Store Vesuvius After every eruption of Vesuvius tho crater ist covered with a gleaming white layer of Qmmonsalt y o c h I I if 1cI 7f WILL GET BETTER ROADS Resort Men In Monroe County to Pro vide Highways For Motorists An Important meeting of proprietors of hotels of the resorts throughout the county was held at Stroudsburg Pa recently at which It was decided to boom the region as It has never been boomed before The manner In which this Is to be accomplished Is by tho generous use of printers Ink In tho newspapers of the great cities These men realize that In order to keep the resorts prominently to the toro this move Is necessary and the manner in which all the members responded to the calls for subscriptions Is the very best evidence that they are heart and soul In the proposition to make 1010 the banner season At the meeting another mutter of much Importance was taken up and discussed the question of good roads This Is not a new subject but it was given n new Impetus by the action of the resort menwho directed J B Williams the president of the Monroo County Resort association to appoint a committee to confer and lay plans to greatly improve the roads In tho coun ty It Is especially Important at this time because of the fact that tho Scranton Automobile club Is Interested in tho Improvements In the roads of this section of the county In fact the Scranton club has taken a step to assist In bringing about the Improvement by material aid to rebuild tho road traversing tho Paradise section of the county The club wants the assistance of the people of the region In the proposition and this It Is assured of receiving The committee to be appointed by Mr Williams is to work In the Interest of the movement which will be appreII elated by the visitors to the county and the motoring fraternity who come here in such great numbers being attracted by the beauties of the county The action of the association to Im prove road conditions has created more Interest In the season about to open the resort men being of the opinion that If the plans of the committee are successful tin region will become still more popular and In consequence will attract many more people to this sec tion When the season of 1010 opens ev erything will be found to be In readi ness for the properI accommodation of visitors who take so much pleasure In staying within the borders of the cone ty to while away tit heated sensed With good roads which are assured ajid a proper publicity campaign the people believe tthat all records will be eclipsed Constipation cuus s headache nnusea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physic gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Ue gulets act gently and cure constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist A Good Roads Smoker Recently the Business Mens associa tlon of Larncd Kan gave a good roads smoker which was attendedi by more thief SOO citizens of tit coma ty The enthusiasm developed Insures a new era In the building und cubits nance of good ronds In this section of the short grass country Such n meet lug would hive been Impossible n few yeqrs ago because It was thought that the dirt roads of middle and western Kansas would never need any great amount of care Increased population however has shown differently and there are now no more enthusiasts sections of the state on the good roods proposition Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distresse t me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured meJ II Walker Sun bury Ohio Mongolians Tho contention of the Japanese that they arc not Mongols is not well founded If we may accept tho state ments of ethnological authorities Ac cording to the recognized authorities in ethnology the Mongolian race In cludes not only the natives of Mon golia properly socalled but the Tartars Chinese Japanese Cochin Chinese Burmese Tamuls Turks and Finns Mongolian Is simply a general name applied to most of the people of AsiaEthnologically tho name Mongolia- is used to designate one of the flvo great races of the world Scientists describe tho Mongols as havin squareshaped heads flat faces nearl as broad as they are long narrow oblique eyes flat nose cheekbones and chin prominent skin yellow and hair straight and black Taken at HIs Word HoIm sick and tired of beln 6 bossed around all day by the shop walker Ive got some money save I up and Im going to bo independen- by starting in business for myself I proposeSheNow I like the stand youve taken Harry It certainly shows you manliness In striking out for yourself As for your proposal I accept Whe are we to bo married Stray Stories CrywFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA More Fuel Mrs Mann Ob yes 1 suppose Im a disagreeable thing No doubt you are sorry you ever aw me Mr Mann I wont go so facias that I only wish when 1 old soe you 1 had taken a JjQtiflv look at you i Boston Tranr fscript f I r t 7 f- I a r 0 PRINCETONS COMET JUBILEE Wild Night Waiting For Swish of Halleys Visitors Tall GREAT PARADE OF STUDENTS How They Stormed the Observatory and Carried Off Comet Chaser Zac cheus Daniel Catchy Marching SongVery Little Sleep For the TownEight hundred comet crazed student stormed the observatory In Princeton N J at midnight on May IS kidnaped Zaccheus Daniel the astronomer anti compelled him to make two speeches The comet hunter wits carried In trl umph through the campus to the lawn In front of President Woodrow Wll sons house It was a great night for Princeton The demonstration started right after the senior singing and plunged the timorous among the townsfolk Into terror WIll It might for the uproar sounded like the breaking up of a boiler factory or n million cook stoves falling from the Milky way It began on the campus with the tin lug of every shotgun and revolver that could be seared up within the college precincts then to the music of four pelIas they Cll at started It was the biggest peernde ever got together In the universitys history In It were youths in bath robes pajamas and anything else that seemed appropriate costume for comet gazing Hunted Comet Hunter To the tune of Whoop er up for Valleys comotsirsboomah the parade marched round and round the campus for awhile nail then somebody started n yell for Xach Daniel Im mediately the celebration swung off toward Prospect avenue firing roman candles revolvers and guns The com et hunter and reporter were on their way to the campus to see what the rumpus was about when they encoun tered the parade Say Im going to get out of here said the astronomer nervously and slipped behind a bush and so escaped1 for the time being The parade deployed on tho lawn In front of the observatory yelling Zach Znch We want Zilch nod then seeing no lights about the place It was decided to take It by storm Three studonts formed a human ladder against the wall and several light weights shinned up them to the platform leading to the dome Find Zilch tool bring him out won the orders hut no Zilch being found they amused themselves by squinting through the telescope and working tin dome machinery Suddenly Zach who had ventured out of hiding to make sure uo damage was done to his be loved Instruments was spied Instantly I the mob fell on him and hoisted him shoulder high Carried Him Away Speech speech speech they yelled while roman candles llarcjl and the baud plowed furiously Boys I cant speakI pleaded the comet buuter from his perch You must Speech speech Whoop er up for Zucu Well we are now In the tall of the cometOh get out Quit your kidding Its lost its tail Oh you Zilch Oh you comet Despite his pleadings tho astrono met was borne off amid a meteor show er of remarks like the foregoing Straight across the campus they took him to President Wilsons house This time the marching song was Comet comet youve got no tall What the Halley do wo care What the Ilalley do we care In front of President Wilson house that dignitary not appearing In re sponso to insistent demands tho stu dents again forced Zilch to nuke a speech onenBecause we are alive replied the astronomer and with that they let him tillgupyfrom sheer exhaustion Town Was Cornet Crazy Princeton went comet crazy at night and there was no sleep for tho Just even had the latter felt inclined for It which Incidentally they did not From 8 in the evening when the senior classn senior singer to bo Prince frontdcampustring with college songs till long after midnight Princeton celebrated the comet Nassau street held Its throngs andrpretty girls seniornI singing you dont know what youve missed The Juniors and towuies stand or lie on the grass of tho campus while tho moonwhen thero Is one as there was tho other night plays peek aboo with the old green elms and makes a black and white shadow crazy quilt on tho camp The senior close massed on benches sit in the dark shadow of Nassau hall the group Illu minated only from time to fund when somebody lights a pipe or a cigarette There must bo xb applause except for solos or angry senior whistles son found Hip offen It r I 0 r ft Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to iMay 1 1910 I I I 141STATIONS 146 142I 144 148 DIIyII 1151143 Dally Dully IDeily Daily Daily 0 pm I 715umId5upm740pmN53UlHIiOIW II 2t t5 09 to a MEDOlfA to 42 tl2 III r103 fu 14 fO 14 STiPP4 to sal 12 u7 tt O fo 17 1 11111111201 10 01 p 5if51531 to 30 HAKTLKS UI 6U t11411 t6 37 fO 34 UOCK llAVhN ill 46 tll U f5 43 f9 40 LUNG HKANCII tit 31 ItII 53 5 53 049 liKANDKMIUKO 1121 025 559 fU M KKKON tit 21 hIi003 flOO OUS10NP D 4S ttl t3 Ii OS 1043 tilt 825 10 13 HtVINUION 541 ua 60 t52Intil 41 MYSTIC ttu 4t u W5I fI037 SAMPLE flO 3T r5 058 1044 STElHBNSlOKT loh 514 f7Q2 f048 AOUISON tlO 2 t510 t7 04 fit 50 II 0 Ill UO IIIt5080 um 11 L1J i 715 11 00 15SllolS re112t52t6f145f113t9fUt123IIISf103DUTCH 113 12 Mini TiT iaibpm OWENSIJOUO 3 50 f8 45 34S I M 840 CON WAY 41Z7311Jj3tf1401411 19 10 HEED f801 10 21 J163 f9 10 HEALS 801 fO 1C 158 9 18 SlOTTSVILLE 7 58 f3 11 U 13 8 III f9 24 HABKETT 7 M f3 07 B OH 8 25 I130 9 42 10 HENDERSON 3 00 7 39 U 55 555pm E30740urof Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOP StLouis man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No ltl will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport- No 144 will stop at stations east of Clovorport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and FordsVllle East Bound Second Class 1st Class Second Class CtasslIst 9 7 113 10STATIONSMixed Mixed Passun Pissen Mixed Mixed flatly ux Dully ux gee Kur Dally ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday Ilally Dully Sunday Sunday 1140pmf655f709 f555 slU OnrllehLs42 s327 sll 10- f3H20 f607 fll 43 Harned f93l 07 flO 53 s734 s61 sit 5U Hardinsburg s93 s2 43 slO 48- f7iO f637 120ipm 00 fl 22 flO 31 f757 UoJ5 f2 09 Kirkf9Quady 03 f2 02 flO 24 sSlO 5059 S1220 Qlendeano s3 53sl 47 slO 15- 1si5819 f70U s2 23 Dempster s84 40 slO 00 sS33 S1241 Falls of RoughIS 31 si 2r- fS55 f713 f 100 Rockvale NO f8 13 si oo no 01 f0 01 1719 f 1 05 Vanzant f807 flS 42 f 9 56 953fo5920 736 f 120 Elimltcli s7 fi5Is12 Is s U 33 925 750 Fordsvlllc121Opm 935 0130fj 00fu 7 i sII0f9151 51Iu 3 234 04flo144f1035 fIllS f343 Antonpf5 12 f 100 114i oo Vladlsonville- EARLINQTON 34 50 1230 1155II1541 11 i140 1220 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you aro 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 tolling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking fore recommend tho 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 let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enublingbuyersJno D Babbage 950 OT acres 3H miles north of hard P insburi near the Brandenburg road Welt watered plenty ot timber fur Improvements lioublo Lojf house small stable Good rich land Hue for Iljrloy tobacco Terms easy For further Informa thou wrltoJno Tl Itulihti iriv mwnrMm t Ifv C3 inn 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 3 OdUU 3 miles tram irvlnptons well watered lass well j Rood young orchard good timber on rural route school house tow yards iron house Improvements good tour room Uwulllnjr with kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tenant house andcis tern back In tho Held meat and hen house woodshed will nellon easy payments plenty of smull fruit Further particulars address Jno D Habbago Gloverport Ky 67AonE FARM 5 room cottaco hall and In good repair good 7stull stock barn two Rood side sheds crib good meat house and lion house and s variety of apples poaches and grapes a good well and never futllnRfiprlUK for stock water 200 yards oast of Hardlnsburg In easy distance to the High Schqol building whoa erected 57 Don For 160 acres tour miles westofp jViuu oiondoane 3 miles from brunch railroad all fresh land j 100 ucres In cultiva neighborhoodlentlug log dwelling 8 rooms and side room THE ti tiFifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr u w ru I 0 i good stable 3 tobacco barns S tenant houses 1funt ot purpososIltoodFon SALEStore house and dwelling com StreetsOlovorjlort wholelenJthexchange for u dwelllnlt house In ClovlJrpor venueWellSALEA i ucresnnl1nit 8IwltbIpeaentrecsmostallnicevlnyardclearedbalancesevenKroves EkronononlongdrUIKIIundsurroundo4by stepIntobusinessAnretireIsparticularsClovereportL andonlymaking a200rato Only one block tram the prlncl i pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street care pass the door toall parts ot the city- Everytblng neat and clean 0 4 r+ 1r ror 1 TJ I A I Ll6 h IJ ji J t Yrj t r Mo 1W i7 i Vr OItii i = 1i N I IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT I BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Mr and Mrs Hobson who have been spending the past two weeks with Mr and Mrs T C Mathews left last week for Anderson Ind Mrs Katharine Wimp stopped over here for a short stay with Mr and Mrs JohnWimpIon her way to Branden burg from Owensboro where she has been tor sometime with relatives Mr and Mrs John Musselman have gone to house keeping in rooms rented from Mrs Sallie Beauchamp Mrs Kdd McAfee spent Tuesday in Louisville shopping Jo Mrs Tony McCoy came down from Louisville Tuesday to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G L Bandy for several days Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley have moved back to West Point where Mr Covyley has gone into the merchandise businessMrs II Jolly has returned home after a weeks visit to Miss Claire Jollv at Iugan College RussellvilleKy- Mrs W F lirite who has been in Louisville for the past week the guest of Miss May Claycomb returned Friday Miss Daisy Trent of Custer is here the guest of Mr and Mrs Haynes Trent for ten days The bakery shop has boon moved to the vacant house on the corner of Main and Railroad steals known as the lien st1l House The house has been freshly painted and newly papered and fixed up in general Mrs Willard Arnold and children left Friday for Owensboro where she will visit friends for several days You can count on Breckenridge county boys to make good in nearly every instance We tender congratu llotions to James Owen Cunningham of this city and Ervie Taylor of Custer for winning the two gold metals in the oratorical contests of the Louisville Training School at Beechmont Chapel Wednesday evening May 25th Fire of unknown origin destroyed a large barn for L E Henderson near here on last Wednesday night The barn was full of corn and hay and all kinds of farming implements The loss is very heavy and with a small insur anceThe Rev J H Holhvard administered the first communion to a class of twelve at Mt Merino church Wednes t dayMr and Mrs Wm Cornwall who have been visiting relatives in Louis ville have returned irwMrs Annie Herndon of Enid Okla homa is expected in June for a visit to her sister Mrs Mary W Munford and other relatives Miss Lucy Kirk of Fordsville who has been visiting Mrs Jas Bolin has returned home Master George Piggott has returned from Indianapolis after a visit to rela times Mrs C F Redman and children of Clyde Colorado arrived yesterday for a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons Dowell and Wilson shipped a car load of fine cooking hogs to Louisville ThursdayE thought and delivered on Friday over 1C800 pounds of wool 26c aggregating 280800 Work has begun on the moving of the livery stable to its new location on Caroline street opposite the Irving ton Mill and Elevator The stable is to have a concrete gangway and a num of other creditable improvements- Mrs H II Kemper entertained sew eral ladies to dinner Saturday in honor of her mother Mrs Julia Clarkson of Big Spring Misses Ada and Margaret Stith of Bewlyville were the week end visitors of Mrs H B Head Prof Wm Martin who has been visiting relatives in Owensboro return ed MondayMr Washington is having his residence painted white with beautiful green trimmings The Sherman Bros of Mauckport Ind have the contract Miss Alberta Drury of Bewleyville was the guest of Mr and Mrs A B Marshall last week D W Henry has purchased the house and lot on Walnut street from Louis H Jolly for 300 Mrs Jno Childs of Guston has re turned to her home after being the guest of her daughter Mrs C S Neafus for a few days A B Suter of Highlend Park spent Sunday in town Mrs R E Hays and children will return to Hodgensvllle this week after a months visit to her mother Mrs J M Mudd The Rev R F Adairof Providence Ky has accepted a call to the pastor ate of the Presbyterian church of this city lIe will probably reach here the first of June Rev Adair will have charge of the Irvington group of churches which includes Cloverport Guston and Pleasant Grove and Irv ingtonMrs Nellie Marshall and sister Miss Maggie Bandy spent two days of this week in Louisville shopping- Dr Hilary Boone the well known Cloverport dentist has opened in this city a beautiful dental parlorand here after will be here on Monday and Tuesday of each week Dr Boone is a firstclass dentist and we are glad to welcome him to our city Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J 11 Mudd from Saturday until Mon dayMiss Lewis of Louisville came last week for a several days visit to Dr and Mrs S P Parks The District Conference will meet here on June 7 8 and 0 at the Method ist church A large crowd is expected and the Irvington people will be pre pared to care for all who come with plenty to eat and good lodging and the best water in the country I1Irs G N Lyddan left Monday for Louisville where she will spend several days shopping Rev T W Gayer of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs G O Bailey The series of meetings which have been couductedat the Methodist church I for the past three weeks closed Sun day evening after a very successful meeting and a number added to the church Rev Maitland preached some excellent sermons and his singing was heartily enjoyed by all who heard him Wo hope Bro Malland will come back and see us again If the best is not too good for you Lowisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady CERTAIN RESULTS Many A Cloverport Citizen Knows How Sure They Are Nothing uncertain about the work of Doans Kidney Pills in Cloverport There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens Such evi dence should convince the must skepti cal doubter Read the following state mentJC Weatherholt High St Clover port Ky says Two years ago Iclld not think it possible that I could ever be well again in fuct I had settled up my affairs I cannot fully describe the misery I endured from pains through my back Whenever I stooped the pains became so sharp that it really felt as if someone were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots floated before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I rst weight rapidly until I was a mere skeleton The doctors medicines and the many guaranteed cures that I tried did not help me and finally itwas my good fortune to hear about Doans Kid ney Pills I immediately procured a box at Fishers Drug Store and I was greatly surprised with the results re ceived Before I had taken the con tents of the second box there was a marked improvement and I continued using them until I was completely cured I am now well and I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the UnitedStates Remeiiiber the name Doans and take no other Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady From The Land Of Prosperity Mrs Alford Adams and daughter Mrs Gordie Estes and children Orley and Kenneth of Seward Kansas are visiting Mr and Mrs Marion Weather holt Mrs Adams formerly of this county has been in the west twentyfive years they own a fine farm there and- re well to do people of that state They enjoy handsome homes auto mobiles and all tne pleasures of life Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady A Nice Birthday Gift Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed please find 1 I want you to send the News to my brother I cant think of a birthday gift that would be more appreciated his address is B K Adkisson Nat ional City Cal If he is already a subscriber please let me know Do you know our town is on a boom Very truly Mrs G N Lyddan Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady The Dragnet Mr Evelyn S Barrett the literary editor of tho CourierJournal who has just written liThe Dragnet published by R W Huebsch New York will take an ocean Journey in June The price of her book Is 150 and is having- a large sale W II BOWAIKK President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOIITFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRJDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872r J 38 years of honorable everylegitimateAn absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A D Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W HBowmor Jno C Jarboo O T Skillman A K Fishery P t i J wiuttiitKKtwit w Ptn upuOT gtrrteRetriNtKKKretititKrretatKKrrrtrt 1 I HARDINSBURG NEWS BUREAU i Y BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Mt 1i1S1S It11 Sr 1St7tSeili15t71il tSISISI it tSfk 1A ISikytStAltStitSlilA li1Ak31A Id Court adjourned Tuesday after a seventeen day session The certificate from the State audi tor to the County Court Clerk has been received authorizing the sheriff to begin the collection of taxes as soon as ho is ready The taxes for Breckon ridge will be collected on 4024101 divided as follows land 2400084 town lots 702407 personality subject to canalization 782025 pcrconallty not subject to equalization 1020688 dogs on which taxes ere paid 1051 which is 175 less than last year and last year was less than the year before Jess Walls was at home several days last week Six colored applicants were before the Board for certificates Friday and SaturdayProf Martins Dates Prof Wm Martin will speak at 800 p m at these places and dates every body being invited Webster June 3i Union Star June 4i Burtons June 10 Glendeane June 11i McDaniels June 17 Westviow June 1j Bewleyvllle June 24i Custer June 25 Burris Bell arrived from Mattoon Illinois last week to see his father N P Beel who s very ill Misses Maud Smith and Maggie Ahl attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Harned Saturday and Sunday Miss Idella Kincheloe who was gra duated from Union College Barbours vile returnedhouie Friday in company with her parents who had spent the week at Barboursville Robert A Smith was the guest of Mr and Mrs Orren Hardin near Cloverport last week Mrs T H Withers pupils will give their recital at the City Hall tomorrow Thursday evening at 8 oclock On Friday evening Misses Hallifi Irene Brown and Isabel Jane Hendrick the years graduates wlllgive their gradu ating piano recital Crowded houses always greet these exercises which are much enjoyed Mr and Mrs Coleman Haswell spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Jennie McHenry of Hartford Mrs Hattie Stanbury of Barbour ville and Miss Mary Wlllson of Dan yule arrived today for a two weeks visit to Mrs Idella Kincheloe- Of the fiftytwo applicants for cer tificates the 20and 21 inst ten secured first class 27 second 7 third and 8 failedJerry Lennon went to Stephensport Saturday to spend the summer with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Rowland SmithMiss Bertha Lane and Mrs Hignite of Barbourville were here Saturd- aySTEPIJENSPORT I The Stephensport lodge 406 F A M will give an Ice cream and straw berry supper in the Masonic hall Satur day night June 4th Everybody in vitedR A Smith left Sunday for Crow Agency Mont He expects to buy sev eral car loads of horses Mrs Graham Jolly and children of Cloverport were guests of Mr and and Mrs Ben Beauchamp last week Miss Myrtle Beauchamp has returned from a visit to Cloverport Mr and Mrs A B McKaughan and children of Cloverport were guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Boyd Mc KaughanJames McKaughan of Elwood Ind was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Boyd McKaughan Sunday He was accompanied home by his little son Archie who has been making hit home with his grandparents Paul Basham has returned home from Hardinsburg where he has been attend ing school Mr and Mrs John Deickman return ed from California last week Geo Basham returned from Illinois last week Mrs BS English Jr and children will spend the summer in town with her mother Mrs Belle Crawford Harmon Blaine has moved his family to Cloverport Mrs Susan Allen is visiting in Clo verportJerry Lennon came over from Hard insburg Saturday to spend the summer with his grandparents Mr and Mrs R A SmithMrs Deickman of near Sam ple is visiting her daughters Mrs Tenie and Mrs Annie Morgan K If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Watch for the announcement of the Big Picnic at McQuady Send your orders for Joy of The PressBy Kentuckians In Newspaper work complied by Louise to the Breckenridge Newstofflce Price 10 the i i cents copyfc MY I a A V t r tj 1 tJ IIt11f tr I and Sunday the guests of their brother George Lane bookkeeper for B F Beard Co H C Scherfllns brother of the ProfI W H Scherffins who went from Ken tucky to Africa to teach tobacco growing Is here in charge of the experimental station near the depot Mr H C Woosley of Lexington the genial gen tlcman who was in charge last was iinI town Saturday The students of the High SchoolgaveI Mr and Mrs Pile a suprise party Sat urday evening Juiler Hall has three persons in th county bastile Mr and Mrs Herbert Hall are visit ing Mr and Mrs F A Pate Raymond Kincheloe son of A X I Kincheloe the popular drummer fisI farming through the summer out of school Friday he wont to work Monday Mark L Parrette valedictorian of the graduating class of the Cloverport High School was the guest of Jame- E Lewis Sunday and Monday Forty hours devotion began at St Romuolds Sunday morning Fathers Bray of Cloverport Genet of Lon Lick and Hollerand of Irvington were present until the devotion closed yes terdayPaul Lewis and his sister Miss Eme line of Cloverport passed through town Saturday enroute to McDaniels to visit friends Nortons Valley by a score of 5 to 4 defeated Hardlnsburg in an interesting game here Saturday afternoon Herbert Shellman of Clarksdale Miss was the guest of Supt Driskell and other relatives last week return Ing yesterday A good many of our people attended the Fifth Sunday meeting at Harned Sunday and the Missionary and Sunday School Rally at Ephesus church in the afternoonThe folk patriotically obser ved Decoration exercises on Sunday Judge Slack of Owensboro will be here Friday to hear argument for are hearing in the Trent case There will be a session of the Fiscal Court hold here Saturday to take ac tion In the matter of building a bridge across Bull creek near Cloverport Jesse Whitworth and other promi nentMasons went to Fordsville Satur day to attend a Masonic meeting John Stillwell Deceived judgement for 700 against tHoL H St L R R Co The case has been appealed Hon Gus Brown is in Louisville for treatment for stomach trouble If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Clout is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardn- erMcDANIELS The large store house owned by S L Cannon at McDaniels burned Saturday night Mr Bob Mattlugly was Jiving In the rear part of the building Both persons had insurance The Woodmen were having an enter tainment at Harts hall at the time the fire originated and was a failure on ac count of the excitement SQUARING THE CIRCLE An Ancient Problem That Has Turned Many Brains Dizzy The oldest of problems Is that of squaring tho cIrcleI e of telling thei precise length of the side of a square whose area will equal the area of a given circle The first attempt we know of was made 500 years before tho exodus of the Jews Since at least 1300 B 0 Chinese brains have turned dizzy over It Tho oldest mathematical book In the world wcltten about 2000 B 0 by Ahmcs scribe to an Egyptian king and now resting In tho British mu seumpretends to solve It but It doesnt Our old friend Euclid pru dently avoids the subject Books have been written to prove that It Is Impossible others to provo the Impossibility of proving Us Im possibility others again to provo the impossibility of proving Its possibility One scientist a professor of Zurich adopted some fifty years ago a rather original method of tackling the problem Ho divided tho floor ot a great loft Into thousands of small squares and spent his days In solemnly throw ingneedles about and noting tho num ber of times they fell clear of the chalk lines but It did not help him much Tho Important ratio which would set tle tho question has been carried to 500 places of decimals And still it is not exact If you have a tasto for sums you can start and carry it to GOO and see what happens At any rate you will soon find your hair getting grayer London Answers To Build Road of Slag At Colfax Illsteps have been tak en to Improve one of tho roads leading out of the city with slag The mater 11 to be used Is not blast furnace slag but the refuse from a coal mine in tho neighborhood It consists prin withcoarseexcellant roadway y V 1M II r W rJU CATARRHAL DISEASES Of SUMMER TIME Most peoplo think that catarrh dOM not prevail in tho summer time Ca larch la generally regarded as a winter = disease It certainly Is true that catarrh of the throat bronchial tubes and lungs to i moro prevalent during tho wintertime = But It Is also truo that catarrh of the stomach bowels and kidneys la more prevalent during tho summer time Thus wo have catarrhnl diseases of sum nor and catarrhal diseases of winter U It Is probably true that the mortality from catarrhal diseases Is greater In the winter time than In tho summer But yet thorn lean alarming numberf peo plo who dlo annually from those ca tarrhal affections that are peculiar to Dr summerCatarrh Is a ohronlo congested Inflam Theemorons membrane of the stomach is just as liable to catarrh as the mucous membrane of the throat the lungs the bronchial tubes Catarrh of the stom ooh is the same kind of a disease tie catarrh of the throat and lungs So also is catarrh of the bowels Catarrh of thee DternalCatarrhal diseases peculiar to summer are catarrh of the stomach sometimes I bpiyintestines sometimes called enteritis wen catarrh of the colon sometimes calledmocolitis These diseases are very prey alent during tho summer especially if uygWo regard Peruna as an excellent bui remedy for those forms of internal catarrh rek Dr Hartmans practice which eve covered a period of many years in the which ho used chiefly Peruna for all b bowel diseases is confirmatory of this wa fact from tho standpoint of a profes slonal testosThe multitude of letters that woreesceive from all parts of the United States in which the effect of Pornna is described re upon catarrhal affections of the T Internal organs would make it appear on that Porun la certainly one of the o greatest remedies for this class of dis ric oases if not indeed the very greatestea eaInhdigestion distentIon of the bowels byAgas diarrhea constipation Peruna relied upon by thousands of people and the its use as a household remedy gains a E ti stronger bold upon tho peoplo as time ul goes on A- eft McGAVOCKSheyoufte Misses Maggie and Addle Newmanby and Messrs Will and Mort PumphreyTi were the guests of Misses Nora and of bl Halley BeattySundayavoRev G W Richards filled his apadpointment at Pisgah SundayuThe second nine of Victoria cros3edea bats with Honey Locust here SundayYour with a score of 6 to 41n favor of 1tavlLocustIs on Those from here who attended the prou commencement exercises of theClover He 1 port HIgh School Jriday night were New Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty Messrs his d Joy lleatty Abe McGavock Guss Ballveep man and Mat Murray H now Mrs John knight and daughter Miss Boon Sallie were In Cloverport Wednesday aid shoppingMiss Tuttle was the guest of Miss Nellie Beatty Saturday Mr and Mrs Charlie Simmons were Tai In Cloverport shopping Saturday rent s If the best is not too good for youhotel Lewisport BEST flour is the flour youhotel ought to useher- y M Children Cry t wi FOR FLETCHERSumn CASTORIAI CUSTERMrportaproms Gilbert Pile Morton Penick Ernes tiger s Meador Noah Brunerand Charlie wirM is ant some of the Woodmen to attend tI1 we l funeral at Vertrees of their ifHo P Woodman r Te n Dr Meador and R O Penick weniB Mr to Hartford to attend a Masonic banB of the quet given at that place by the Masons goods While there they were the guests o servic Mrs Jennie McHenry Miss Bottle spent ten days visiting S jturningIrwin Taylor won the medal in ttf Gold Medal contest of the Loulsviij Training School Beechmont Ky TPl Senior Declamation Contest modal wa won by James Cunningham Irvingtoc Last year Irwin Taylor won a simil8 contest J Charlie Clark received a painful it1 v jury Sunday afternoon in a runawjr He and Noah Bruner were returns from Vertrees when the horse beca 13horsewhen the horse began kicking and foj things up generally The buggy Iw longed to Raymond Meador 1 If the best is not too good for y Lewisport Best flour is the flour yf ought to use- Watch el for the announcement of Big Picnic at McQuady N Local Editor t Miss Esther Jackson has ch the local department otTbeBi i ridgaNews andJill items of irate glyin her will DVapprtoiaUed a