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I f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSr ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTI I VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORTA KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1910 8 Pa es NO 48 I r HAVE BEAUTIFULJUNE Dr Ray Boone Of This City Weds Miss Gertrude Stocker 8Of BardstownElegant Reception At Brides Home + e t t AND MRS BOONE HERE V e sgh Dr J Ray Boone of Cloverport and Ll Miss Gertrude Stocker of Bardstown I If were united In the holy bonds Of matri ti mony at the St Joseph Cathedral by yesterit day morning at nine oclock The it building was crowded with friends and r relatives of the bride and groom and it everything was prettily arranged for n the occasion lI Miss Nora Hurst cousin of the bride Lswas the bridesmaid and Dr Hilary d oone brother 6f the groom was the bast man The four ushers were Messrs a r lowling Hurst Talbott and Dr e reenwell ie The bride looked charming in a hand ar ome white dress The bridesmaid al lEI 10 wore white The groom wore a it rince Albert coat light trousers and saver hat and his attendant and the a hers were dressed correspondingly IsAfter the ceremony about seventy ldlVe1nvited guests repaired to the home a f the brides mother where a delight le ul dinner was served At two oclock Dr and Mrs Boone = eft Bardstown for New Haven where hey boarded an L and N train for Louisville remaining there Until this fternoon when they will leave for anloverport Dr Boons home eyThe bride Is the attractive daughter adof Mrs Julia Stocker and is a great favorite among her many friends She had visited Dr Bodnts mother Mrs l pura Hayes at this place and is e dIfieasantly remembered by many of our 4yboy ey having been born and reared here and Is one that the town should be and Is heproud to point to as one of her sons ereHe left here about three years ago for re New Haven where he remained until srs his departure for his new home at Clo L1Iverport a short time ago where he is now senior partner in the dental firm of iss E Boone S BooneLaRue County Her layaid ofTarSprings Open ere Tar Springs is open now cottages for rent and board can be gotten at the ouhotel There are guests already at the ouhotel and a fine season is expected- he resort will be given every attention y Mr and Mrs Nielsen this year and- t will be a nice place to spend the ummer Goes to Hawesville Mr Crews who has been In the Clovr port exchange for sometimes has been promoted to the place of assistant man 1e8 tiger at the Hawesville office MrCrews er is an excellent telephone man and stands th well with the Cumberland Telephone to Cwupany Gilbert Houston of Zanleer Tenu will take up his work here enMr Harvell the present manager an of the exchange here is certainly making ons good and is improving the telephone service here3 0 tinSubscribe today REMARKABLE WOMAN Was Mrs Mollie Hambleton Win Died At Henderson Last Wednesday Funeral Held there Thurs day Afternoon The funeral of Mrs Mollle Hamble ton was held from the residence of Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot last Thurs day afternoon at 230 qclock The ser vices were conducted by the Rev Mr Farmer of this city pastor of the Bap tist church The interment took place lathe Cloverport cemetery The pall bearers were her great nephews Messrs Henry Watkins Chas Kiel Chas and Harry Hambleton Chas Watkins Babbage and Courtney Bab bage Jr the honorary were Messrs A B Skillman W H Bowmer Frank Fraize Edward Oglesby Wm Smart and Chas May Those in attendance from a distance were Mrs Courtney Babbage of Louisville Jeff Hamble ton and daughter Miss Jeffie and Miss Kate Hatchett of Henderson Mrs S S Watkins and Miss Maria Watkins of Owensboro Will Watkins Misses Anne Hambleton Margaret Hamble ton and Maggie Steel of Sorgho Mrs Manie Moorman Dr and Mrs John Kincheloe of Hardinsburg t Mrs Hambleton died last Wednesday afternoon at 345 oclock at the home of her nephew Mr Jeff Hambleton of Henderson Her death was In all pro babilty caused from pneumonia She was ill several days and the end was not unexpected The deceased was seventy years of age the eighth day of May Her birth place was in Breckenridge county near McDaniels After her marriage to Mr Marion Hambleton she came to Clover port to live He was a leading merchant- of this city Mr and Mrs Hambleton madE Cloverport their home and all their interests were centered here Since Mr Hambletons death nine years ago Mrs Hambleton had made her nome with Mr and Mrs Jeff Hambleton who were devoted to her Mrs Hambleton was a lovely woman and greatly loved by her friends and re latives She was young at heart interesting and entertaining and her life was a pleasure to all who knew her Mrs Hambleton was a member of the Baptist church of this city 1 If the best Is not too good for you jewlsport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use- Charmed With Cloverport Dr A David Willmouth and Dr E F Horine of Louisville were here last week the guests of Dr A A Simons They are wellknown physicians of Louisville and are frequently called in consultation by Dr Simons Clover port was very beautiful to them and their visit socially was most pleasant One Little Candle Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer gave a birthday dinner Sunday for their daughter Mayme One little candle burned brightly on a big white cake Robert Wickliffe Kincheloe of iardnsburg celebrated his first an niversary of his birthday at the home of his parents Dr and Mrs Kincheloe Saturday Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office K Ps HAVE DEC ORATION SERVICES Rev German P Dillon Makes An Excellent Address To The Knights Of Pythias Sun day Afternoon At The Lucile Memorial GRAVES ARE DECORATED Decoration day was observed Sunday by the Knights of Pythias of this city Services were held Sunday afternoon in the Lucile Memorial church and were concluded at the Cloverport ceme teryRev German P Dillon made a most appropriate and Inspiring address to a large audience of the lodge members and their friends The services at the church and over the graves were well attendedThe of Pythias lodge in one of the largest and best organizations of this city and its membership has been greatly augmented In the last year AT HARDINSBURG The Womans Home Mission Society Meets This Week Opening Session Saturday Large Crowd Expected The Womans Home Mission Society of the Elizabethtown district of the Methodist church will hold its annual meeting in Hardinsburg Saturday June the eleventh A large delegation is expected Hardinsburg has been a perfect rose garden this season and no prettier place could havo been selected for the con vention IMPORTANT ACT Rescinded BYi1tKe Members of the Fiscal Court Saturday at ilardins burg Hardiusburg June 6 SpecialAn important act unamously concurred In by the members of the Fiscal Court Sat urday was the rescinding of a former October order of the Court authorizing a general indexing of the fiftynine deed books of the county at a reasonable com pensation for the work Ally Claud Mercer was appointed irdexer Mr Mercer says that the work will amount to between 3000 and 4000 The Court examined the books owl found them ns they thought sufficiently index ed and preferred annuli UK the order to letting the tax payers have an unnecess ary 4000 tax burden heaped apon them This department of tbe News will gladly publish in big lettersthe names of all who would like to see such a fee paid for a work hitherto so little needed Studies DressMaking Cloverport Ky June 7Sppcial Miss Josie Sahlie Is preparing a course of lessons from the American I Training School of dressmaking and will be with you in the near future as a dressmaker MISS DYER Sails For Europe Will Spend Summer In Paris France Studying Music And Will Attend The Passion Play The interested friends of Miss Clara Dyer A former Cloverport girl will be glad to hear that she sailed for Europe yesterday on the vessel Potsdam Holland Miss Dyer was accompanied by a schoolmate who will study music with her in Paris France during the summer Before their return In Sep tember they will visit the Passion Play Miss Dyer has made quite a success of her work in musical circles of the south and is a most talented energetic young woman She started her study of music in Cloverport under Mrs Roth formerly Miss Annie May Her friends congratulate her on her wonder ful progress in the school of music and hope that she will realize every ambition IRVINGTON Entertaining District Conference Large Attendance Convening Three Days at The Rail road Junction The Klizabethtown District Conference is in session at the Methodist church of this city having convened for a three days session The devo tional exercises were conducted on Tuesday morning by the JeJ E King while others delivered interesting ad dresses The ministers and delegates are being entertained at the various homes of the city There are quite a number of prominent ministers in at tendance from various sections of the state OutDoors at Rose Hill In June A beautiful place within the gates of Cloverport is Rose Hill the home of Mrand Mrs Robert Pierce ThU month it is like fairyland every tree there is luxuriantly covered with foliage the shrubs are laden with blossoms and thewbole bill seems to have been turned into a garden of beauty The arched entrance at the top of the stair of steps is draped gracefully in a pink rambler and one cuitld not resist entering About the house are honeysuckles and vines that wind and wind around the doors And too there lire many in teresting and lovely nooks anti comers Time Love Bench would have charmed Romeo and Juilet and the Rose Palace a suumier house bedecked in red tam blers is most fascinating In the fljwer garden are roses cornflowers pinks sweet peas and all the old fashion flowers that seem to be favor ites of Mrs Pierce The place is net only adorned with wltbIgarden not a weed is in the way and not a bug on the potatoes the whole spot shows perfect attention and care Growing in the garden are these pop corn potatoes corn celery butterbeans BEAUTIFUL SERVICES Held At Brandenburg Sunday By The Masons In Accordance With Decoration Day Large Attendance The Masons of Meade county held beautiful Decoration services at Bran denburg Sunday Postmaster Robert E Woods delivered an address and Capt Cowl of Louisville honored the occasion with his presence The graves of the Masons In the Brandenburg cemetery were decorated by a large number of friends The women of Brandenburg have an organ ization that takes care of the Branden burg cemetery and the good work ot this organized body is a great credit to the little city on the hills Still Prospering Dear JohnI enclose you herewith my check for renewal subscription of the Breckenridge News as It is my weekly letter from the old Kentucky home but John I am as loyal to my old native home as any Kentucky boy you ever saw but If you want to make money you can make more in one year out here than you can in Kentucky in ten You know I lived in the Me tropolis of that state for nearly half my life but I cannot make the money there that can be made in a new growing country like this Hoping you old Kentucky people have all the prosperity and happiness you might enjoy I am Truly your friend I Henry W Herndcu Enid Okla in McQuady Ky June 7Special- All Is gloriously beautiful here Not withstanding the cool weather so un usual for springtime and the early days of summer nature has opened in full blast and beautified every nook and corner around St Marys of The Woods This magnificent Catholic church that was started one year ago last May is nearly completed It is a marvelous piece of work It has been built under the direction of Fattier Knuts und the members of his congregation have each given so mbch of their money time and labor to the erection of both the church and parrish house Father Knue says everything is paid for as it is used and there will be no heavy debt hanging over the building when finished The church is built of stone It cabbage peas pepper lettuce lbeets tomatoes Okla charms Kentucky won der beans cauteloupes sweet potatoes onions asparagus parsnips okra salsify bunchbeans cucumbers squash pump killS rhubarb sage thyme greens radishes horseradish mint turnips watermelons aud horehound Card Of Thanks Breckeuridge Lodge 61 K of desires to thank Rev and Dins Dillon the ladies who so kindly assisted in arrang ing the flowers and congregation of lit Prebsyteriau Church for the use cf the Church Sunday June lith- Respect Chas May T M Fitch C W Hamniau I Commitee CHAPINMEADOR Young Hearts United in Old Age Mr Meador and Mrs Melissa Chapin are Marrien in Cannelton Mr D Meador and Mrs Melissa Chapin were united in marriage Mr Meador is seventyfour years of age and the bride is about sixtyfive countyTheirfriends and relatives Mr and Mrs Meador will go to Kansas soon for a visit Delightful Visit Mrs John D Babbago Mrs David W Falrlelgh Miss Addie Ditto and Mr John T Ditto were guests of Mr John K Ditto Saturday and Sunday at his home near Brandenburg They visited their old homethe Franklin Ditto placewhich is now owned by Dr Murdock of Louisville Mr and Mrs Gregg have charge of the farm and homestead and have it in a beautiful condition They are most hospitable people and entertain delightfully Mr and Mrs David Duncan gave a dinner Sunday for Mrs Babbage League Members Honored Miss Lula Margaret Severs and Mr Harold Murray were elected delegates by the Cloverport Epworth League to the annual meeting of the Epworth Leagues of the Louisville Conference This convention will be held June 20 at Franklin and will be a delightful meet ing I A Message From St Marys the WoodsI I P J is 3 x60 feet has a tile roof large basement handsome auditorium and is furnished with water heat and lights This edifice would have cost 20000 if it had been built by contract Father Knue is a practical mechanic He understands plumbing and did all this class of work in the building He can do anything from driving a nail to running a gas engine besides having the gift of imparting the belief of his church to the people Visitors are always welcome to St Marys of the Woods and the interest of all friends is appreciated by the members They are most grateful to the Breckenridge News for the kind notices given the work of Father Knue and his flock The New Kentucky Home The official souvenir booklet of Ken tuckys new capitol is a most attractive edition It is published by Ella Hutch ison KllwanRer of Frankfort Ky front the press of Bradley Gilbert Co The booklet contains halftone Engravings of the building and famous Frank fort views a specially written history of the cost of the capitol and Senator W O Bradleys dedicatiou address This is a souvenir any Kentuckian will appreciate Loses Both Legs George Howard colored lost both legs last Wednesday He fell under a moving freight train while trying to get on it Howard is fiftynine years old He is getting along fine u n re III fBi1I1i1IIDBi11ffiIli1IIIi1IEln rB1lfinllltIf 1tl 11Htb fillTf1roc Tf1rocatdi Tf1roci n- rn McQUADY KY SATURDAY JUNE 25i- gi eerMARYS OF THE WOODS I A happy day for all Amusements of every kind Be sure and see the races Prizes will be offered Baloon Ascension s Dinner will be prepared and served by ladies for 25c Watch for fuller details next week r P fJ iii 1 to It 4 a S 3 iiT L fTI1 w Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supremo remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACHtiROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DRHJBOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p m Clovcrport 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 Wednesday- iStkitAilAilAilelil7iaSt itAA51AA Ah j FOR SALE i +t Ax A number of Farms dif ferent Sizes and Pricesxsx s The Bank of Hardinsburg x Trust Cox Q- QtrtrtrrKMmalDmrrrta rrrrvm1mYtrrmR 1IIfILIW r THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can got The Breckenridge News AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTHONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere the 01has corps correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectlyCovers the general news fieldcompletely Hns the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip tion Right Awayt- o thisllpapor not to The Louisville Ti- mesSubscribe I I S LOWERING COST OF ROAD BUILDING Dragging a Means of Saving Millions of Dollars SOLVING THE MUD PROBLEM How Stretch of Roadway In Trenton Mo Deemed a Failure For Traffio After Rainstorms Converted Into an Ideal Highway by Use of Kings Simple Invention To overturn moss grown customs to change the highway legislation of states to revolutionize the roadmak Ing methods of tho nation to arrest the attention of the roadmakers of a continent to Improve the common earth roads to an immeasurable degree and at the same time save mil lions of dollars by reducing road build ing expenses thlc Is the province of the simple cheap uncouth but efficient King drag Little did 1 suspect when first I rode a drag down tho highway that such claims would ever be made says D Ward King the hiventor The initial trip was taken In the spring of 1890 and the result was so pleasing and satisfactory that the work IIW s esis ell HIGHWAY OF EA11TII From Good Heads Magazine New York I has never lagged from then until now The effect on the road was Instantane ous The passage of the drag wrought a wonderful change Whereas tho road laid been very rough with two deep ruts In evidence after the drag had been used It was comparatively smooth and the ruts which before dragging stuck out like sore thumbs were rendered unobtrusive and unob structlve Before none but the hardi est adventurer dared drive out of tho beaten truck afterward there was no need to choose n way for till the sur face was smoother than the best portion hud been The stories told about the King drag and Its work are preposterous They nre unreasonable and absurd and yet they are absolutely true But 1 ask no one to believe for my only object In telling them Is to shuck the public into giving the new system a trial Here Is one they are telling In Iowa In Cedar county a gentleman riding in a spring wagon on n dragged road drove out on one side to allow a four horse wagon load of logs to go by him The luudid lugs went merrily on their way but the spring wagon had to bo dug out with a spade From over near Trenton Mo comes another It seems that some years ago a stretch of creek bottom road hnblttuilly overflowed after every heavy rain It regularly became a muss of mud and water The com munity declared that It was a physical impossibility to till in enough earth to build a roadway and the authorities were planning to condemn land for a new loud a quarter of a mile away from the creek At this moment somebody suggested a test with a King drag Although the creek still covers the roadway during each freshet there tins been no serious dllllculty with that road since the test began To the man who drives a team the word gumbo means broken double trees horses mired down and other bad road calamities A quarter of a mile of this sort of gumbo lies between my home und the railway station at Mnitland One morning when 1 boarded the train at Vllllscu la on my re turn from n lecture trip the trainmen said In response to my inquiry for news from down the road Well sir they had a terrible storm at Mnltlaud last evening When we stopped there the ruin was falling In sheets One could hardly see the depot The train arrived at Maltland and 1 stepped into my buggy and drove homo over the gumbo quarter 1 could see by tho debris on the fence wires still dripping wet that water had stood three or four feet deep on tho road during the night yet there was not a puddle on its surface and we traveled its length without tho buggy wheels throwing any mud Another season the floods covered this same gumbo quarter with water and kept It standing there for more than a week the road being traveled every day 1 appealed to the highway authorities to erect a barricade for I felt a personal pride in that road and the prospect of Its destruction gave mo great mental pain But tho author- Ities said they were powerless because they could stop public travel only when traveling became dangerous to tho public so they did nothing At the end of the week tho water reced ed and this King dragged gumbo bou levard emerged from its seven day baptism abaolntftlv nuhnrmlll I Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OyerWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re sponsible for much sickness andsuffering should 101Jlar therefore it Kiuney trouble is permitted to continue serious results arc most likely to follow Your other organs may need at tention your kid neys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick orII feel badly tI begin taking time great kidney remedyDr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con wince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of most distress ing cases If you need a medicine e you have tl1e best Sold by druggists in by but the iiom ot impuoot youhow have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRootif- you do you will be disappointed Wall Papers Effect on Germs The physical and physiological ef fects of wall paper on human beings have aroused the interest of English and French scientists It is asserted on authority that wall paper of a cer tain kind Is extremely Injurious to the health while paper of certain colors aids In destroying disease germs Elis abeth IlynttWoolf In an English magazine discusses the subject at length She says some wall paper of an lute nor quality Is made from pulp ob tained from gutters and It Is Injuri ous She asserts that In n recent coro ners Inquest Dr Charles Sm the of London testified that death of n man was due to arsenical poisoning from a bedroom wall paper The doctor said that the body of the patient hull ab sorbed the poisoning from the paper On the other hand French scientists say that wall paper of certain kinds nets on harmful disease germs by driv ing them from a sickroom The tuber culosis germ Dr de Bosco and Dr Lydia ICablnorltch assert has disap peared under the Influence of enamel lug colors In a bedroom In a like way such colors are reported to have driven typhoid cholera and diphtheria from a IIOUSP Yellow Is regarded by these experts as a tonic Iced is helpful In killing disease germs and also as a cure for the blues Notice Sealed proposals for the lowest and best Lids for furnishing all material except brick and sand and for the erec tion of the new addition to the school building of the Cloverport Graded Common School District No1 Clover port Ky according to the plans and specifications furnished by Paul Lewis will be received by the Board of Trus tees up until noon June 24th The right to reject any or all bids is reserv ed 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 tne undersignedMarion Secty Board of Trustees Birds Egos Ostriches lay the largest eggs of all birds now extant according to a writ er In the Scientific American but the ostrichs egg would have appeared small beside that extinct Madagascar bird the cpyornls which measured more than thirty Inches In its small est circumference The smallest birds eggs are these of the minute species of humming birds which aro smaller than the eggs of certain kinds of trop- Ical beetles But the cuckoo lays tho relatively smallest eggthat Is to say while the jackdaw and the cuckoo are about equal In size the formers egg is five or six times larger than the lat ters The fact that tho cuckoo Is wont to deposit Its eggs in the nests of birds which are usually much small er than Itself doubtless accounts for this The relatively largest egg Is laid by tho kiwi a strange wingless New Zealand bird Time egg is no less than five Inches long although the extreme length of the bird Itself is only twen t seen Inches GHIIdrwn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Tommy and the Worm There were only two pieces of cake and three hungry boys upstairs throw ing their clothes on in tho raco to get down first Tommy won out nnd rush ed into the dining room breathlessly Thats a good boy Tommy Tho early bird gets the worm Take a piece of cake said his mother Tommy looked nt the cake quizzically Inspecting it from all sides Whats the matter Tommy asked his mother What are you trying to do Say ma which piece has tho worm In it he inquired soberly National wynthly 4 v IIf j t i f u CARE OF LITTLE THINGS A Lesson For American Women to French Thrift Wcro the American woman as care ful of little things as Is the thrifty Frenchwoman her reputation for econ omy would grow as her possessions increasedOur sisters take personal care of their own small belongings They would just as soon trust a ker chief to A laundress as they would the piece of raro old family lace French thrift demands that the mer est bit of sheer linen lasts Its allotted time and that it shall do so requires that great pains be taken with It It madame has a maid then she must be thoroughly Instructed as to her duties along this line and handkerchiefs are expected to be her special charge II however the little menage does not boast of such n luxury as a personal maid then madame must do her own washingIn first place her handkerchiefs are never allowed to become unduly soiled and after once using are put into a small linen bag that always hangs beside tho toilet table When halt a dozen or more have been col lected they ore put to soak In nn earthen bowl filled with cool water and suds made from the best of washing soap in this they should remain for half an hour after which they are carefully rinsed in more cool water Then comes the thorough washing ot them in hot water in which a spoonful of borax has been dissolved This Is done as gently as possible by patting and rubbing and for this last many wotecn use a childs toy washboard which is exactly the right size for the purpose In this way no threads of the fine material are broken a disas ter which Is difficult to remedy The final rinsing Is also done through many cool waters until every particle ol soap Is gone and then comes the cli max of the entire performance The handkerchiefs are placed In n bowl of milk Into which have beet put a few drops of essence of violet which Is strong and of a bluish tinge and this will give to them the pure white color which Is so necessary From this each Is taken and partially dried In a clean towel and at once Ironed No starch is used for the mllli takes the place of that and the little Ironing board Is covered first with a heavy flannel and afterward with a spotlessly clean piece of white cloth An Iron Is kept especially for this work and usually this Is some patent affair either for electricity or alcohol To do this all properly will take an hour of more of madams time but she feels herself more than repaid for that byt the results SPOIL The little pile of handkerchiefs will come from her hands as If fresh from the shelves of n shop and they will have the delicate Fragrance of having lain In a violet sachet Anything daintier and more satisfying to the eye It would be hard to Imagine mind any woman who cures for these pretty trifles could not help but take a certain amount of pleasure lu this kind of work Notice That resolutions of respect aro publishedat 5 cents per linn Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter THE HORSE His Appeal to His Master For Humane Treatment- To thee lilY master I offer my prayer Feed me and take cure of inc Bo kind to me Do not jerk the reins Do not whip mo when going uphill Never strike beat or kick me when I fall to understand what you want of me but give nio a chance to under stand you Watch me and if I refuse to do your bidding see if there is not something wrong with my harness Do not glvo mo too heavy loads Never hitch mo where water will drip on me Keep me well shod Examine my teeth when I fall to cat I may have an ulcerated tooth That you know Is very painful I am unable to tell yU in words when I am sick so watch me and I will try to tell you by signsPet mo sometimes I enjoy it and I will learn to love you Protect me in summer from the hot sun Keep a blanket on mo in winter weather and never put a frosty bit in my mouth but hold it in your hands a moment first- I carry you pull you wait patiently for you long hours day or night I cannot toll you when I am thirsty give Inc clean cool water often in hot weatherFinally when my strength is gone Instead of turning mo over to a hu nan bruto to bo tortured and starved take my life In the easiest quickest way and your God will reward you in this life and In heaven Amen From the Swedish In Our Dumb Animals Sleepless Nights Many a nights rest is spoiled by coughingsometimesby preveptslecpKemps any medicine will and will relieve the Irritation in the throat For all throat mid lung troubles take Kemps Balsam Druggists sellit at25c and SOc a bottle v I- it p r I 4ettt r I RECEIVERS SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court Kentucky L M Tague Plaintiff Against KentuckyIndiana Natural Gas Oil Co Defendant Equity No 3241 By virtue ot a Judgment and Order off Sale of Breckenridgo Circuit Court rendered at May Term thereof 1010 iin the above cause for the sale of the hereinafter described property all costg herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at Cloverport Kentucky at Fisher Drug Store Corner to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the 25th day of June IglO al 1 oclock P M or thereabout upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit all leases which said compan y owns upon land in Breckenridge County Kentucky or elsewhere Franchise and privileges which said company owns to sell gas to the citizens of Cloverport Kentucky as per franchise granted by the city of Cloverport to the Cloverpoi t pipe line company now owned by pur chase by said company by deed of date made May 18th IgOg recorded in deed book flg page 236 in the Breckenridge County Court Clerks office All the pipe line gas wells complete or incom plete derricks drilling machinery engine boiler and any and all tools fixturers and appliances belonging to said company of whatsoever kind off character together with the franchise e the said company possesses asa corpora tion also all the contracts and emolu I ments which thecompany possesses fOI the sale to persons or corporations iit Cloverport Kentucky the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judp ment Lein retained to secure pay ment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly wit these terms Approximated debt interest and cost 36995 Lee Walls Receiver THE MONTENEGRIN He Is Hospitable but Dearly Loves the Vendetta To listen to a Bulgur singing Is to make onos flesh creep or want to I weep Time centuries of cruel oppres sion tire only too manifest in Bulgaria music and words but a Montenegrin grows restless over his songs amd curses time powers that forbid him too emulate his forefathers deeds ei t masse across the frontier He doe so whenever ho can but only in twos and threes When the Montenegrin goes raiding across the border it is really a more sporting affair than the well equipped and organized outings of the Bulge Comltatchis With him It Is usually a private act of revenge or vendetta to which ho invites one or two friends Then they steal across time border nt night find their man do their best to kill him and then make tracks home ward with the whole district at their heels Perhaps time method of killini Is not up to tho standard of western sport for they shoot their victim sit ting so to speak and do not give him a chance but us It is the recognized system on both sides little can be said This custom makes men very wary and the stranger can appreciate tin reason when he sees n plowman for instance attending to his duties wiM a rlfio slung over his back But In splto of this they are tho essence of honor and hospitality As their guest no one can come to any harm and they will do all in their power to make his stay among them pleasant and safe Wide World Magazine Constipation causes headnchenausea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Re gulets act gently and cure constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist 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 in debtedness and failure to do so wil cause legal proceedings to be instituted to enforce collectionMrs S Newsom Executor of estate of Dr R L New som deceased First Oil Well In tho year 1850 E L Drake of Tltusvllle Pa drove tho first oil well Like other pioneers ho was regarded as a dreamer or a fool and people laughed at the Idea of tapping a subterranean oil lake It was only by pretending that he was in search of abed of salt that ho was able to get drillers to work for him When the borer had reached a depth of about seventy feet Drake found his antic patlons realized and ho was tho pos sessor of an oil well which with the nld of a hand pump yielded him twentyfive barrels a day Now York American Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTaRIArII F r 0tI r n t I 1 NEW i Liveryjj t Stephensport Ky j New Rigs I Ix New Horses IS New Stable j Open for the Public Near DepotYI III If you have any riding or driving to do or if you want j Feed of any kind we can jrf furnish you i We will handle Ice also S Your patronage will M bo appreciated t f I SMITH HANKrf r clProprietors 11JJ K Stephensport Ky t +rYr3 rh3r r71rYr 1 x 0 f pOLAND CHINAS 15 Fall Boars and Gilts by the 500 pound boar at County Fair IIsired will weigh up to a 100ILl and growing fast I Will be crated for shipment l and registered in purchasers name at 15 and 20 C WIJIJ Owen Son Route No I Hardinsburg Ky isti tb ftIt1fi11 fflQHf1 atal I IF YO U I shpo poA alal alsh IitF IDont itsitno- r IPays to- Advertise I tin I IIi I 1jso E sobI ask some of IfI those who dOl ililandi see if 111 arth0 g they dont tellbt j sun I Yjr JQloJ stet r- oE floe I their sales are 11almost doublesnotIJ ant tl II Now is the twhl Ii mJSI II time ifII i youtroodI a s lAreWise r b3Uis 4dntttulli t tu l eonTau wnni Send Us Your Name i l ttsu y Un lout t XTE ovenmaking have a good moneyt and want to tell you about taetlto tltoitticulars AddressmAere oust NEW IDEA PUBLISHING Pfh030 Broadway NEW YORK N Yt1I I t Advertisingis the Keyegitr note ofsuccess ti J n- i i f i I I n i i TOYOUB HUSBAND Dont Be a Complaining Unap i preciative Wife iiA TALK OVER OFFICE AFFAIRS The Out of Doors Sleeping Room How an Old House Was Brought Up Pl to DatePrecocious Children of the I DayDear Elsahlm sick of Henrys shoppy talk said a young married woman to me recently And without I mho least encouragement she continued How can 1 possibly cure to hear every night about his uninteresting doings in the office 1 want to forget that such a horrid placo exists Now do you know I really believe that this IIs the mental attitude of qulto a number of wives although Dick and myself being such chums its hard to credit divided Interests Well I lots of husbands 1 suppose come home fullof the incidents of the day The L doctor has seen a wonderful cure at madefrt t ness during business hours Each man feels tho need of a certain amount of appreciation and consolation by tho s rtimo he reaches home at the end of tho day And this complaining wife what Is 1 she dying to hear and to say Cer BITTING THESE TldUT rte- I SUET DAYS j tainly she would like to hear that sho is looking very sweet and pretty and theyII t = these spring Saturday afternoons and doesnt she need a new spring frock She would like to reply suitably to all these things make somo remarks about her neighbors give her views on I slstcrslnlaw In general and one in particular and offer her opinion per laps on the suffrage question and I tjf proouncomentsL his stenographer or the woman who m sits next to him in tho car Thero Is wlfey about them 1nothingi Is the intimate talk which tho I really values the ready syrd l pathy for his difficulties and the quick I v appreciation of his tactics Ho wants i from his wife that which the world 1 cannot give And its a pretty poor I i story when sho complains as did my visitor that her husbands affairs I bored her- During a chat over office affairs a wife may by a happy Inspiration solvo I a problem or suggest a way out of the difficulty which has been worrying the husband for days Trust him to dls I cover no matter how deftly she does It whether she changes the conversation I becauscsho is sick of the subject or from a genuine desire to turn his thoughts Into channels which will rest his mind after n hard days work The Outdoor Sleeping Room i To change the subject you remem iberg dear how I took up the craze last summer of sleeping on the porch in a Gloucester hammock and how tho chickens roosted on my head and t crowed mo away from my early morn jlng slumbers The porch being down i stairs the maid wanted to sweep the r floor before breakfast Well things llwere so impossible that I gave up sleeping In the open and returned tto ipy own bedroom When remodeling tM house recently our nrchltect sug t malhfgIP I sleeping r dt1srhim go ahead with tIlotIyorl = mighty good work It tins proved These outdoor sleeping rooms consist of a V suit of three apartments Tha corner j room is furnished In hospital style In Ik a strictly sanitary manner Large ii windows ore provided which give an I lunllmltcd amount of fresh air Off rihls room is the dressing room which Isf heated and 1 halve all my pretty i furnishings for tho toilet that I had In dressing room The third lniYother bath dear even If one did not i yant go to the expense of having H suit like ours it is at least possible to treat the bedroom in u sensible an- dne kygieaicway V j Ono mistake our architect pointed v l utto us to bo found in sleeping rooms ieyitktime placing of tho bed which often i occupies u corner Study any room Ion i inhere the bed Is so placed und no- teloutthe chance that the air has to reach Ttfie person who sleeps In the bed par= Particularly is the position of tho bed tt matter of comfort in summer But ere cndeth my lecture upon hygienic ousehold arrangement What She Had Heard CoI have lust thought of a good story K Y pos of furnishings that I read re y IIn the Success Magazine Vciortain professor possesses a full ilfere of the artists sensitiveness In eyitrd to the luartljtJc SonJe jeers blibdiror next door neighbors n t i CI i ratnlly among whose charms good taste was lucking One morning the professors lutii daughter made an unexpected call at the house of this family Show me the rug In your room she demanded with childish Imperlousness The lady of tho house suppressed her wonder and took her little visitor upstairs Inside Itime door tho child stood and stared at the rug for n cou pie of minutes iHni she said andJ sat herself firmly In the chair her eye glued to the rug Finally she confided to her wondering hostess Well It doesnt make mo sick So much for the modern child Aint the mummy skirts funny or rather aint the women caricatures who wear them The sketch will give you an Idea of how absurd some of the guests at u tea looked in theta the oth er afternoon Kver your dqvotod MABEL New York A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin eau rusty nail fireworks or of any other mature demands prompt treatment with Buckleu Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer of all such wounds ns also for Umptlo118EczemR Plies 25c at Severs Drug Store PLANET PROBLEMS We Really Know Very Little About the Celestial Bodies The amount of Ignorance not yet removed concerning the planets is very great writes E S Grew We do not know for example whether tin planet Venus rotates IIf it does it may possibly have a life nnd u vegetation like our own though we suspect that it is clothed In eternal cloud Ol Saturns rings we cannot any whether they consist of millions of tiny moon like brickbats or whether they may hi even smaller stllln veil of shining dust Of Jupiter we can only say that It is covered with clouds though of their substance we know nothing nnd according to Professor Lowell and Sir William Ilugglns some of Un bands we see on It unity be rifts In the clouds revealing the body of the plan et Little lines crisscross these bands Photographs of Jupiter taken at Flagstaff observatory seem to indicate that these lines too are the upper clouds of Jupiter nut whenever we see a planet wo see it badly Even Mars the most clearly revealed of them all Is constantly obscured by a refracting hazo so that oven of the famous canals though nearly GOO In number only II few lire perceptible at a time and nn unskilled observer would probably not make them out at all Sandstorms sometimes snowstorms sweep the surface of the planet and because the winds of Mars are very gentle and slow moving these occurrences take along tine to puss byLondon Family Herald Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distresse I me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured meJ II Walker Sun bury Ohio WOMEN DETECTIVES Good Pay and Steady Work For the Right Sort Of tho lines of work open to women there Is perhaps none more interesting than that of detective The woman detective is well paid for good work and she is in demand particularly in a largo city What first made Its Impression upon mo In tho line of detective work said a woman detective in one of the large department stores was something I saw ten or twelve years ago I was riding in one of the street curs in the 0 oclock rush when the people were packed ns usual like sardines I was at the time thrown on my own resources and had Just finished a course in stenography and that very day was going home from an unsuccessful day of job hunting tired out and discour agedAS I stood wedged among people in tho center of tho car the conductor came along collecting fares As ho squeezed through ho was followed by n boy about fourteen and Just as they passed mo where tho crowd was thickest I saw this boy reach in that con ductors pocket and take out a hand ful of change Not only once did he do it but as tho conductor reached the rear door I saw tho boy help himself again all the while tho conductor be- Ing utterly oblivious Of course It was nono of my busl ness but I soon reached tho door As tho boy was making ready to swing off the car a policeman happened to swing on Grab hlml I cried Ho was grabbed tight enough but they held me as a witness and I had to go to pollco court tho next day Search ing the boy they had found several dollars in small change whereas ho had only taken 75 cents or so from this conductorAs leaving court one of tho railroad oQlcials said to me Look here why dont you bo a detective Ho offered me a small position and I let the typewriting Job go Since then I have dono work on tho street car service in Now York on railroads tor banks and In various fields and I havo been for several years working in the depart ment stores where perhaps I have had tho widest field NOTICE Pleasedonot ask us tq publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free v Jno D Babbage n ty g r WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION a WasCured by LydiaE Pink = hamsVegetable Compound Elwood IndYour remedies have cured me and I have only taken six bottles of Lydia E regetabloI was sick three months and could not walk I suf fered all tho time The doctors said I could not got well operation hardly stand tho pains in my sides especially my right myirfulttto fool better when I had taken onlyi one bottle of Compound but kept on as I was afraid to stop too soonMrsSADIE MULLEN 2728 N U St El wood Ind Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly halfhearted existence missing three fourths of the joy of livInlfwhen they can find health in Lydia 3i Pinkham Vegetable Compound For thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female ills and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail ments as displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregulari ties periodic pains backache indiges prostrationIf doubt that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will help you write to Mrs Pinkliam at Lynn Brass for advice Your letter will be absolutelyI confidential1 f 10 advko i rmn HE AMUSED THE CUBS Then the Young Lions Tooka Turn at Amusing Him A negro attached to an African hunting party met with a curious adven Lure says tin English paper Wander lug one day from cutup he surprised two lion cubs at play and thoughtless ly commenced to mouse them lie was only too successful The big cubs gam boled fearlessly about him and to his dismay refused to desist when he wished to leave them Realizing the danger to which he would be exposed should tho mother appear he began to run but the cubs refused to be shaken off and in their play scratched his legs In fearful fashion That the creatures hero thoroughly enjoying themselves was evident from their manifestations of delight und before longl their unusual cries brought a lioness leaping to the spot Trembling In every limb the negro faced the growling animal while tin cubs continued to Jump up at him eager for further caresses The en raged lioness moved round uneasily in a circle man und beast keeping their eyes steadily on each other Sev- oral times the lioness crouched to spring but the man from fear never shifted his gaze At length afterwhat seemed un age when the negro was ready to drop from exhaustion the animal suddenly called her cubs away and disappeared Into the surrounding scrub i A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive Iut without health it is hard for her to be lovely in face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irrit able Constipation and Kidney poisons show Jn 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 i give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complex iou good health Try them SOat Severs Drug Store The Allds Trial Dragging Along Albany N Y March 12The fifth week of the bribery trial of Senator J P Allds has gone by with the finish Jf the ease not In view until tho week after next It is expected that time senate Will voto on time question of whethor the Conger charges havo boon sustained on Thursday March 24 Call on the Powers That Be Now Castle Pa March 12Tito Pennsylvania State Federation of Ija bor has called upon Mayor Reyburiiof Philadelphia to have the carmens strike arbitrated Telegrams with a similar purpose wero sent to President Taft Governor Stuart and Senators Penroso and Oliver KILLTHECOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COLDS 100 PRIOE tJo Ttlu Bottle free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUILES GUARANTEED IfIATIPAOTOR OS MOKIT XIPTJirDJCD d I 4 k rlmt t r EVERY FARMERA- s 1 well us every business man should have a hunk account I IWHY anywhere else i simplest and most convenient method I menMoneypaysItsaveThisA bunknccount bank book is a recordof your business I IYour Connections with an Old Established Bunk we extend our services Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky tJ1I ADVICE ON TAR MACADAM ROADS Suggestions For Constructing Highways of This Material MUCH DEPENDS ON LOCALITY Highway Engineer Should Be Consulted and Given the Data Bearing on the Problem Topography of Country and Traffic Should Be StudiedAs Industrious members of various rural comimiultles are anxious to receive Infonntitloii as to what kind of tar niiiuudiini rends to build an expert authority mi mud construction amid uiuliiietiaiiii give the following valuable iilvie Tile proifr tJiiifiiiliintloii of what kind of tin run ml mi null t build In It gfvVll hiriility riMMl nlllV 111 muck by a coiniieieiii IIIMIIV engineer In possession ntIt tilt nit itaiii iHiiilni on the problem mid ItIIulIIl iIty mi 18 uinliuiiloti on Ilm HIIIHI Leaving toi iiif nuuelll IHIP iniittci Of COSt Olll lit IIII q Illiill I1111 llce tiotl Of U siulaliie 1111111I l milI ritiixllUr tlon IUIlIIII iiiniciiaix hciit ndaineil thereto depends upim so mniiy imior tbiit no choice Is niisiiiii liliuiit Itboi align study of Ithe sumiiUMlnis cotidi tlons This would imuuli n Unowl edge of the locution ot tin rond Its grades the topography of the country through which It runs tIe Ilniiitk1 conditions and especially of the tratlli to which It Is subjected A construction that would give antis factory results In guy section of the country tnlghtJto entirely unsuited to iinother seqtlon mind In the same man ner materials used successfully In a warm climate might fall In one where extreme cold prevailed during a part ofMidyearWhen Is almost always the case low cost Is the controlling considera tion still other factors lire Introduced Into the problem and still more data uro required for its proper solution The question then becomes one not of building tho best possible road but of building the best possible road that can be built for the money available While it is not a simple matter to an swgr tho first question yet It Is com IDEAL STRKTOH 01 MACADAM From Good Roads Magazine Now Yorkl parntlvely simple as contrasted with the second and it Is Just hero that the services of u specialist are IIndispensa bleIt is seldom that the available funds aro sufficient to pay for the best pus sible road und it Is necessary to site rltlco In the construction to keep with- In tho limits of tILe available funds Such weighing of cost nod quality and tho flail decision us to wliat is the best and most economical nrocedtiro re I quire not only careful thought but also a thorough familiarity with the whole subject of road building and maintenanceThere many road binders com posed principally of tar besides the several tars themselves that are em ployed In road building Their use has been attended by both success and failure neither being necessarily an Index of the value of the material for the selection with due regard to condi tions to be met and the manipulation in the actual work affects results fully as much ns any inherent qualities of the materials As in most work of a similar nature the best results arc to bo expected when a material and method of con struction are chosen which have given satisfaction In a case similar to the particular one under discussion hence In the last analysis the most reliable information is to be gained from service tests of ronds subjected to the sumo outside Influences as that which Is to be built Kept The King At Home For the post year we have kept the King of all laxatives Dr Kings New Life PillsIll our home and they have proved a blessing to nil our fatally writes Paul Mathulknof Buffalo N Y Kisy but sure remedy for all Stomach Liver and Kidney trjttMes Only 25c at Severs Drug Stole SOME REMARKS FROM MARIA Mrs Dorklns Airs Her Grievances While the Head of the House Just Listens Youve got to listen to mo John she said whether you want to hoar mo or not She was right John couldnt escape Ho was standing by the window shaving himself having just begun the operation What Is It Maria ho asked Im getting tired of playing second fiddle in this house sho exclaimed Got a graphophoue And Im not going to do it any longer either I am going to assort my rightful prerogative and havo something to say hereafter In tho business affairs of this household Who mado you tho absolute dictator of the family The apostle Paul I think not John Dorklns Whoa Paul appointed the husband as the boss of tho home he was writing to tho Corinthians I never thought much of those Corinthian women anyway They wero poor coots Do you think hed dare to tell tho women nowadays to keep silence in tho churches and to learn wisdom front their hus bands at home Not much Hed boon their side Tho time hiss come I tell you when women aro going to declare themselves They Intend to have their say whenever there Is anything to be done What right has tho man of the house Just because ho has a bass voice and Yours the trousers to sot himself up as a grand mogul or a czar or a sultan You call mo your bettor half In a Joking way but its no Joke Im the submerged half and you know It I cant oven rise ton point of ardor Its contrary to the old parliamentary rules established by St Paul and adopted by all hus bands Theres going to be another sot of rules adopted lot me toll you You are not going to havo things nllI your own way hereafter Just as sure as you live John Dorkins Maria Interposed Mr Dorklns proceeding to lather tho other side of his face you talk llko a campaign orator Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTO R I A A Package of Medicine Free Every subscriber to this paper who will write to the address below will receive free of expense a package containing small boxes of all the follow- Ing well known medicines Lanes Tea kidneysLanescolds and grips and Shermans Head ache Remedy Address Orator P Woodward Le Roy N Y THE TEST OF A GENTLEMAN If He Can Go Through Trying Ordeal Given Below He Is Entitled to the Rank Dont Judge of a man by the fact that ho regularly gives up his seat in a street car to n smiling young wom an who beams upon him her gratltudo and good will philosophized a young professional man tho other day That Is no test of his gallantry and self control Thats tho easiest thing ho does Just watch tho sanio man on a crowded street at tho rush hour on a rainy slippery day Watch him try to make his way up tho street against tho read rush to lunch Watch him ward off tho point of ah umbrella car ried like a bayonet in the hands of sonic absentminded giggling shop girl and then get Jabbed in tho oar with tho tip of a steel umbrella rib on tho other side Watch him chase through tho mud for his lint which somo careless pedestrian knocked oft as ho came pell moll around a windy cornoreo him dodge Into a door way tOjiVoId a lino of shoppers walk- Ing five abreast across tho sidewalk If he still manages to smllo manifest no ill will against tho fair sex and doos not swear loud enough to bo heard you may mark him down as a perfect gentleman Never can tell when youll mash a finger or suffer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas IMectric Oil instantly relieves pain quickly cures the wound Hot Cheese Sandwich For this dish bakers bread being more porous Is better thou homemade bread Cut In slices threeeighths of an such thick nnd trim off the crusts On half till slices spread very thin slices of moist common factory cheeso or I tOT SAND Ill WITH hRTTUCH SALAD spread with ii JWMMIOUH layer of grated llpiw IIf he cheese ho grilled any try cheese may b1 uwd Cover with a BiHiind slice uf liniul Have ready in n frying pan two or three tulilospiroufuls of ollvo oil or Melted butter In this saute the windwloliiw to a guldenI brown on one side then turn amid cook the other aide Servo for luncheon or supper with a green vegetable salad or towed fruit NOTICE When sending a news item to this office please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of uferestEditorNow the time to use a Want Ad JOYS OF THE PRESSBY KENTUCKIANS IN NEWSPAPER WORK n nc =Compiled ly Louise =cc c == == AN originalunique and interesting creation of paper type ink and bright cheery paragraphs that make one happy to read C JUST LITTLE DREAMS COME TRUE t Price ISo the Copy at the Print Shop ol The Breckenridge NewsCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY i4 t I s r fi j I i t VJ 0 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Evnry Wednesday Subscription Price Si 00 n year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lineslchargcd for at the rate oi I 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIESr charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advanceI Examine the label on your papor If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should gird their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1910 All this hue and cry against the railroads of the country is n scheme of the politicians to curry favor with the public and keep their eyes shut to the main question A politician will denounce anything and anybody if lie thinks he cnn get in the public eye and in the pub lic offices Cripple the railroads of this country and see what will become of the business People forget what the railroads have done and ore doing for the development of our resources Here in Breck inridge is a good example of what railroads do for a community They bring tho markets right to our doors for all our products Wo remember when it cost farmers 8 a hogshead to put their tobaccc on the Louisville market Now they do it for less thnn2Then they had to drive their hogs for twenty miles to the river and then pay double what they pay now to freight them to Louisville Thon there was no market for hay and corn and a farmer thought ho was doing well if ho got 25 cents a bushel for corn There was no market for hay oxcept on the river where it could be shipped South Now hay is in demand and a good price all over the country We believe in giving the railroads a square deal and a fair price Wo believe in regulating them too but not by a set of politicians carrRrrtrtrtrrrrKtrK s trrKti trK iwsr MW KKrtrKKRKKKKit + wxiwj Ii HARDINSBURG NEWS BUREAU ii- BY if OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT rr ys yyak 15tie111A5 +tS17I1ELS1 o dAAAAiIitAAitAAAAAA IAAAAAititAtf Mrs M H Beard was the guest ofIj Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Sturday and Sunday Interested In His Home Cleve Brock one of the best young business men of the town retains his Interest in his home in Garfield to a degree seldom seen inasmuch as he goes out every Sunday morning to attend the Presbyterian Sunday School of which ho is Superintendent They are unwilling to give up a good man and he is a good enough good man that hq continues to serve where there is such urgent call for his work Wesley Tucker Las opened at the Brick Hotel a tailoring repairing Cleaning and pressing shop He has just returned from Mattoon Illinois where he was engaged in this work Jesse Pile one of the prominent citizens of the Buras neighborhood and his son Mora were in town Fri dayS R Loyd of Clifton Mills was the first man to pay his taxes SherilT Sheeran would like to see a daily stream of people thronging his office until receipts are made out to every taxpayer in the county Your scribe think of it a newspaper man was the second but small amounts are easily paid Claud Nevitt a fourteen year old boy on the charge of forcibly detaining a fourteen year old girl against her will was Saturday in Judge Waggoner Court sent to the School of Reform His seven years until he reaches his majority it is hoped will be sufllcierr to make a man of him Nevitt live on Rough Creeknot far from the Falls Marriage licenses Leo Wheatley am Edna Duncan Ernest E Johnson am Grace Hardesty W F James am Nellie D Hook Mrs J II Pile was in LouisvilU shopping last week Miss Sarah Dean Moorman of Glen deane was the guest of Mrs J H Pile Saturday Frank Mercer Is on the road sellin gentlemen s furnishing goods for s Louisville firm Mrs E B English and little soi and Miss Allehe Burch of Owensboro are guests of Mr and Mrs Marvli BeardBorn to Mr and Mrs George R Hook June 3 a boy Dr and Mrs J W Walker of flew leyville were guests of Dr and Mrs W A Walker two days last week Mrs Nannie Snyder visited hot daughter Mrs J T Morgan in Louis ville last week Mack Brown son of Hon Gus Brown came home from the Stat University Friday for a few days stay He has empfoyment In Frankfort through the summer for which plat he leaves this week Making Good Ernest Haswell teacher of elocution and art at Barboursville for the past year is at home for the vacation Mr Haswell refused an offer to remain with the school another year in order to prosecute his studies in Cincinnati After prosecuting his studies for sometime in nis native land he hopes to go abroad for instruction His excellent work together with his pleasing social qualities has made him very popular iIn Barboursville and other sections of eastern Kentucky where he has corn in contact with the people Vivian Haswell of the State Univor city is at home for the summer Iii brother Arthur will arrive in a few days He has remained to do some extra workMr Mather Wins At the examinations at the close of the Public school John W Mather of the fifth grade made the highest gen eral average of the entire school Next to him in his grade was Bertran Cline The reference of two weeks ago concerning the older sons of our ministers is fittingly followed by this recognition of the top places held by these younger sons in the same good ministers homes School Closes The public school closed a success ful term with a well sustained atten dance to the end of the nine months term Much Interest was felt in the examinations and concerning the promotions to the next grades Those who failed to make the required passing marks have expressed themselves as determined to make up the deficiency three months vacation Some have already secured special instructors am gone ahead with the work Hardlns burg is beginning to develop among her young folk a real school spirit HookJames Miss Nellie Hook daughter of Jube Hook of this city was united in mar riage last Wednesday morning to Mr i J P James of Centertown Tin wedding was a quiet home affair onlj a few relatives and close friends beinj present Dr Mather pronounced it l an impressive manner the ceremony sealing the lives of thisexcellent youn l ladv and deserving young man into one I The bride loved by everyone wlu I knows her Is popular among a widE circle of friends and Centertown their home to which they went on the noon train is to congratulated upon this addition to itsnumber of inhabitants sf The annual recital of Mrs T H Withers always looked forward to b lovers of music occurred on Thursda evening of last week followed 01 L Friday evening by her Graduatini Piano Recital for the years graduate 1 Misses Hallie Irene Brown and Is- abelleI Jane Hendrick It is the 1 unanimous opinion of the crowde house of pleased hearers that thi years exercises surpassed all other in the beauty variety and artistic per fection of the work The instrumenta numbers were rendered with a toucl that displayed the effective teaching o r a master and reflected credit upot both teacher and pupils The chorus were sung to the ears and hearts o W H BOWMEU President A B SKILLMAK Cashier P L LIOHTFOOT Vice President 0 T SKILLMAN Asst CashierElt i THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE v BANK tuabrnt Cloverport Ky Organized 1872awelIeD 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every or legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a checkglAn absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits t DIRECTORS- A = B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot VV II Bowmor =Jno C Jarboo 0 T Skillman A R Fisher appreciative listners showing that voice training too had been effect ively done The march in which the boys took part was a popular feature and like the other numbers called for rounds of applause The inclement weather on Friday did not keep away the crowd of admiring friends who wanted to enjoy the music and witness the graduating exercises of Misses Brown and Hen drick Their selections from Beeth oven Liszt and other world masters executed with the skill of artists showed a proficiency meriting diplomat of graduation of their years of faithful work In their voice work also they showed talent and training a talent justifying further pursuit and a train ing testifying to the excellence of the instruction of their devoted teacher The diplomas were presented by Dr Mather who beautifully historical spoke of music that divine art that lifts earth nearer heaven and draw heaven nearer earth A wreath of flowers were placed 01 the hands of the happy graduates ant placed upon the stage until in fact their paths were strewn with roses On Tuesday May 31 Napoleon P Bel died at his home near Hardlnsburg after suffering since March 1 with a cancer of the stomach He was onE of our oldest and most highly respecter citizens a Virginian by birth bon Aug 6 1830 In about 54 he married Nannie Kennedy of this county Tt this union was born eleven children al living and all with the exception oj Willie who lives in Oklahoma present through the last hours of their fathers life The other children are Louella the ander has them all that will suit all Do buy see I have Ladies Muslin kinds underwear than you can make Nice Ladies Waisls from 50o up 250 also silk II and Nellie who live at the old home I II Irvington S Burriss of Mattoon I Mrs J H Dowell of Sample Mrs I Dick Beard and Mrs Arthur Driskell of Hardinsburg The deceased who survived his wife twenty years was aI consistent member of the Baptist church for many years first holding his membership at Lost Run and later at Hardinsburg He was of the best carpenters the county ever had and many buildings in Hardinsburg Clover port Hawesville and other places at test the qualities of handiwork In his passing an honest honorable and honored man in peace but his works still live a special session of the Fiscal Court Saiurday the Court present it decided to build a new bridge across Bull Creek between Cloverpbrt and Holt Judge Waggoner and Bridge Commissioner Mike Miller I were authorized to sheir discretion as to the kind of bridge to be built They were empowered to let the tract Other actions of the Court were allowing these claims T C Lewis for Court House clock J635 Gilbert 9060 J Halls claim as jailer 11750 The suit of the heirs of Mrs Trent deceased second wife of Daniel Trent deceased against Daniel Trents heirs has been compromised Mrs Herbert in Louisville shop ping Saturday- John Cook made a business trip to Lcitchlleld last week Mrs Godfrey Ball is in Louisville for a months visit Big Laces lOc nice line of popu lar Of Men Boys and for summer that will suit A 1 John Cook has sold his livery to Squire John T McCamish of Con 1II startlne the owner taking possession J at once but will not move here until fall Wm Beauchamp is conducting J the business for him Jesse ne Hufllncs soninlaw of the newRrofprietor will move to town this weft to an assist in the work and to famlllarlz himself with It under Mr Beauchamps J Hinstructioncitizen than squire McCamish Besides comes with the laudable purpose 101 educating his children A true disciple of the Rooseveltian doctrine has mat eleven children ten of whom will come Ito town Mr Cook has not decided st what he will but will remain 1 for least several E A Lex of Louisville has L purchased tho Guthrie stock of drugs hot taken possession at the old BtandanIwill at once open business He is a IIFri graduate physician and pharmacist and 1j comes with good name to his new place 1 froofi r asLewisportij ought to Sold by J H GardnerIj II J What is cold in the head Nothln butoI 1Creamngrowso Inflamed that you have to figh1 every breath It is true that Elyi tlire Cream Balm masters catarrh promptly i I you know the old saying about thfounce of prevention Therefore us I i Cream Balm when the cold in the heatinsI dhows itself All druggists SOc o I mailed Ely Bros 06 Warren Street 1 New j I lYe ssssssassasasssssess I The Cloverport Co I M in now 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24gui Ihours Write or telephone us your ordersJoIwhich will receive our prompt and careful atviten tion rH 1 WI Marion Weatlterliolt Seeygf m1 be IQJI Co IIit offy QotTr lol5Cho 11Icr0I1o w THE TEST I GOOD CLOTHES 0t th 0 as the Government tests the armor plate for its fighting fleet so every n 1 isF Fabric is tested and rejected not up to standard UiJ i Il1luST Nothing less than absolutely pure wool is accepted and every of lloand finishing is carefully watched Then when you consider thatn s every garment is handtailored you have the reason for thei resistance theUeartest ofoH ro FJ KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES Ii Iic The Kirschbaum Label is a warranty of good clothesit insures the most for theYleast It means greater moneys worth in fact you can prove for yourself you sist upon this label when you buy We guarantee these goods Should you find a imperfection in cloth or tailoring of a Kirschbauirt handmade garment ref turn the same and money will be refundedag For House Cleaning CnrpctsRuat prices not until you what UnderwearAll of muslin Alexanders cheaper it Line of ReadyMade black under JaslM111 I one sleeps At all use con Bradley Co W was IY to skirts Lot at 5c worth ladies readymade skirts at pricesVA Snappy Line LowCuts Oxfords For Ladies spring and now in stock at prices stable new da he of he do hereIat monthsFrlDr i up use the be for But da by Yorkcol Ice IIs making OF t t if I if infr at was Ladies Wash SuitswJ JoAllt Ask to Sep them You will find the most complete lino ofwhite goods and wash goods in l Breckenridgo county I Ladies Trimmed Hats Nice line of Jadies ready hats from 150 to 500 iooorII 0 o r I ED F ALEXANDER Irvington Kentucky r IJc o=Ii l ctolii 10 II 0 II tompVI o folitI 10 ofczoI I iii c I 1 i iI t n t ru i v I o J L chibye CATARRH I t t Firs Cream Balm It quickly absorbed s Give Relief att Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects itho diseased morn brnno resulting from Catarrh olid drives awaya Cold in llio FEVERyI 7Jasto Full size CO cts nt Drug- gistsI or by mail In liquid form 75 cents I Ely Brothers 50 Wnrron Street New York S I K6e Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1910 11 Local Laconicsr able Markles boat June the tenth ConIce cream cones at Johnsons 5C pos John Lawson was In Cannelton Sun here day con Joe Simmons spent Sunday in Can Jesse nelton pro fcT McClanahan is here from Hen ftto dnson adze 17 George Harris went to Tell City mps Monday otter sides Best lunch in town for 15 cents at- Jeof Johnsons ciplft Ben Bates of Irvington was here has last week come Rufus McCoy was here from Uuior tided Star Sunday hereBe sure to go to Markles show boat Friday night has Lawrence Murray of Louisville was rugs home Sunday ancii i to go to Markles show boa e itaIs 11 IlFriday night n Pierce will return this wee1 k lacei IIWallacewest I When you are hot stop at Johnsons youand get cooled- you terMr Hunche of Canneltpn was it V the city Friday Walls was hero from Hardins ginLee bEIulb yesterday f centsgasChas May has returned homely Hgh i iMrsln irom Oweusboro lptly f I Miss Mayme DeHaven spent Thurs t tnt day in Louisville US Herbert Hall was here from Hard ieat weekinsburg last rectStop at Johnsons and get the best I cold drinks in town Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven spent th- eIr leek end in Sebree Mrs L D Bowlds visited relatives lit in Stephenspoxt Monday V WantedTo buy spring chickens N Neilsen Tar Springs Miss Lottie Matheney spent Sunday i in Lewisport with friends iMiss May Zircle of Louisville is that guest of Miss Evelyn Hicks x Best Ice cream on the market at Johnsons 30 cts per quart Yewell Holder has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Misses Alma Perkins and Hazel f Holder spent Sunday In Tell City A Mrs Pate of Mattingly spent last week here with her son Henry Pate John Bell of Jasper Ind was the guest of Miss Hazel Holder Monday Mr and Mrs J T Daniels of Cham bers spent Monday here with friends The best show ever seen at this port 0 will be given Friday night by Markle n Fred DHuy of Evanston Ill Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Janus Cordrey 0 i Mr and Mrs Wm Perkins spent the week end with relatives at Matting 0lyMrs Edwin Bell of MemphlsTenn Js the guest of her aunt MrsA R U f Fisher 0 JWantedTo buy two or three horses reasonable pricesN Neilsen Tar SpringsMiss Lois Basham was here from a I Hawesville Sunday visiting Miss O DeanOI Ervy Hanks of Tell City were guests of Mr and Mrs Lee Yeager Sunday Virgle Babbage has returned home from Lexington where he has been attending college 1 1are friends of Mrs Allen I ing8bui V glad indeed to learn that she is getting along nicely Miss Evelyn Beavin of Henderson was here Sunday the guest of Miss Annie May Mattingly Fresh fish at English Kitchen Mr and Mrs rld McAfee were here from Irvington Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager Presiding Elder Hays was a welcome visitor to the members of the Methodist church Sunday l Mrs James Seaton and children have returned from a visit to friend and relatives in Owensboro Mr rind Mrs Chas Hook and little daughters have returned from a visit to relatives in Hardmsburg Mr and Mrs W N Johnson have named their new boy William Alfori Johnson He arrived June 2 V G Babbage Law Real estate Insurance Goes anywhere for bust1 ness Otllcc on Main street Postmaster Robert E Woods of Louisville was here Monday the guest of Postmaster Leonard Oelze James Blair of Persimmon Flatwh cut his foot with an ax sometime ago was able to be in town Monday Mr and MrsFrank Yates and child ren of Tell City have been the guest of Mr and Mrs John Weisenberger J R Mattingly ot Kirk was In Louisville last week buying lumber for his new dwelling he Is building on his farmMr and Mrs John Black of Crab Orchardare spending the week herewith herparents Mr and Mrs S R Berry Social at the Presbyterian churcl Thursday evening June the sixteenth Everyone invited and adelightful tim is assuredMrs Long of Louisville and Mrs D E Youtsler of Owensboro were the guests of Mrs Dan Burks at Holt Sunday Mrs Marion Weathorholt entertained informally at her home last Friday evening n honor of Mrs Adams and Mrs Eastus Mrs Robert Hendricks of Hardins burg has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Barney Squires at their home in the West End Miss Watson has returned to her home in Louisville after spending several weeks here assisting Miss Evelyn Hicks in her milllinery depart ment If you want Disc Harrows Corn Drills Double Shovel Plows Cultivators Riding or Walking Mowing Ma chines or Fertilizers call on Julian H BrownC will be at his studio in this city this week Next week he will RO to Irvlngton Tuesday and Wed nesday Hardlnsburg Thursday and FridayMrs Alexine Abbott of Warsaw Ind is the guest of Mr and MrsLeon McGavock She will be accompanied home Friday by her neice Miss Vir ginia McGavock Mr and Mrs Richard Adkisson who have been living in Owensboro for the past year have moved to Louisville where Mr Adkisson has a good posi tion with the Prudential Life Remember my shoe sale is going on and continues to go on until June 15th II am selling mens womens and childrens all styles from Common Sense to the latest at costJ H Brown Nice Home For Sale For SaleTwo 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 on the other Price 2000 Apply U Mrs Lucy A Hunter Glendeane Ky IRVINGTON FISHING PARTY FRIDAY Mrs R B McGlothlan will chaper oned a fishing party which will leave Friday for Falls of Rough to spend several days The following will compose the party Misses Nellie Smith Eva Herndon Willa Drury Claudi Bandy and Eva McGlothlan Messrs Adam Cooper Joseph Piggott Allet Pierce and Jas Younger of Clover port Mrs R B McGlothlan and Mrs Nora Board Mr and Mrs Louis H JollyMiss Mary Brown loft yesterday fora short stay In Louisville when she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Walker Brown Mrs Willie B Hynes and children of Big Spring spent a few days of last week as the guests of Mrs A B Cole rr rrr FUR SALEAT Jersey Stock Farm 10 head of your own choice cows out ofa herd lof 30 head most all 1 and 2 years old all full blood and part of them re 1 gistered Will meet buyer at depot and drive you to the farm t Write or phone H I GARSUCH Irvington Ky t f 7 i fl- i p 4 + DOUBT DISAPPEARS No One In Cloverport Who Hai A Bad Back Can Ignore This Double Proof Does your back ever ache Have you suspected your kidneys Backache is kidney nche With it comes dizzy spells Sleepless nights tired dull days Distressing urinary disorders Cure the kidneys to cure it all Doans Kidney Pills bring quick re liefBring thorough lasting cures Thats what Cloverport sufferer want Profit then by anothers testimony Twicetold and well confirmed- G W Waddell M D Main Cross Streets Elizabethtown Ky saysIIIi publicly recommended Doans Kidne Pills some years ago knowing of man cases where they had been used with the best possiblo results and my confi dence in them during the past four years has not been shaken in the least It may seem rather n little out of the ordinary for a practicing physician to recommend a proprietary medicine nnd I must say that there are only a fet remedies that are worthy of praise I have prescribed Doans Kidney Pill very often and I know of many perman ent cures that have resulted from thei use I do not hesitate to advise per sons who suffer from kidney complain in any of its various forms to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remea bcr the name Doans am take no other man and Mrs Lydia A Jolly Tiles left Monday for Columbia Ky where they will visit for sometime Mrs Katharine Wimp has returned to Brandenburg after a brief visit to Mr John Wimp andfamily Mrs Evan Pusey of Chicago who has been visiting her mother Mrs Mary W Munford has returned to her home accompanied by her mother who will be her guest for several weeks- J T Adkins and daughter Mrs Jas Tierney have returned to Patesville after a short visit to Mr and Mrs A T Adkfns of this city Mr and Mrs Luther Wilson have cone to McQuady for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs W D Wilson Dr and Mrs L B Moremen have gone to Brandenburg where they were called on the account of the illness of the Drs mother Miss E CIa re Jolly who has been attending the Logan College at Rus sellville Ky is expected hone this week to spend her vacation with her mother Mrs Lydia A Jolly Mr and Mrs Hollis Neafus spent the week end with Mr and Mrs Wm Neafus near Ekron Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons left last week for Dawson Springs where they will spend two weeks I Mrs Bettie Roberts let the contract Saturday to contractor J K Bramlette for a new two story house to be erected on the East side of Main street Miss Mabel McGlothlan arrived home yesterday from a six wefeks visit to the Misses Herndon at Enid Okla Miss A Louise Babbage was a pleasant visitor of friends betweer trains hero on last Saturday Mrs Nellie McClintic after a three weeks visit to her sister Miss Mary Cornwall left for Louisville Friday The Rev Shepherd of Louisville will fill the pulpit at the Baptist shurcl on Sunday both morning and evening of next week The six new cottages are now com pleted and are ready for occupancy A number will move in this week Misses Lillian McCoy and Ida Ad kisson after a visit to Mr and MrsR l S Bandy left for Garfled Sunday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use- Ladles Wont You Go I Mrs G W Payne Stephensport says please tell the ladles to como am get my hats I am selling them at cost Henderson Route Notes Low round trip rales Summer Tourist Fares on sale June 1st to Sept 30 Inclusive returning not later than Oct 31st 280 round trip to Henderson Iron Cloverport on sale June 20 and 21 am This Day All persons wanting copy of Toys of the Press send your order to The Brcckonridgo News Cloverport Ky Price 15c postage 2c Order today w Ii c It AM ti r + + Warts i + For SaleStore- WE wish to soil our stork of roods consist NotionsEtcItoodhUlllnclostuOnllhwllnFor SalelIay Oats and Sugar Cane Fon BALRIlny pats and Sugar Canon Tar SprlDjis Hotel WantedStave Makers J JANT uny Olr clnnrt1 Couperago Con IJIlrUrUlursuIContuekyFor SaleScholarship FOR SAtFScholllrahlp lathe Itowlin University good In any donmeat of that University Rrockenrtdge Newt Cloverport ICy A l 1aAr AAnrrlr 4 CREAMS Massage Peroxide i Greaseless u Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Evory thing for Hut Weather Comfort Severs Drug CoII t ra WE BU- YWOOLCHIDES AND FURS 3BeingDalrrs e i we dobetter for you luau agents or commission merchants Reference any bank in Louisville We furnish Wool Bags Free to our shippers Write lot price list Ill SABRL SONS 6tfuS LouisTille KT for train no 141 on June 22 returninj lot later than June 25 Account Ken ucky Educational Association AVIATION nEET LOUISVILLE Ky 300 Cloveiport to Louisville und return June 18 and 10 Good to return June 20 On account of the above occasion Homeseckers rates to the w s ant south west 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Henderson County Fair Ilendersot Ky July 20272820530 Good to return July 31 1910 280 rounp trip from Cloverport Notice To The Public As a part of my olllcial duty I destroyed the ballots cast at the November election 1009 on May 31 last While performing this duty I discovered that the ballot box and ballots o- llardinsburg precinct No1 were miss- Ing When I was sworn in as clerk II supposed that all the ballot boxes were in the office and never made any examination until I burned the ballots- I now offer one hundred dollars re ward for any information that shal result in finding said ballot box an ballots Witness my hand this 1st day oj June 1910 H M Beard Clerk Breckenridge County Court Postponed In last weeks paper was announces the Hardinsburg District S S Conven tlon at Harned Saturday June 11 Wi cannot have a state worker at tha date and some of our other speaker cannot be there so we will announc the date later The program as assign cd will remain the same No chang only In the dateC Bruington Pres Cora Matthews Secy An UpToDate Farmer Henry Shrewsburg one oi the best an Guarafflee4Everwear an moredfinal word in hosiery for boils men ant women erectlontheome Every thread of material used In the tnanufac ture of ISverwear IIn the best obtainable tho most expensive of selected raw material They are made to and they do live up to the letter of our written guarantee that every pair Will resist the strain t f six months wear If they dont serve you for six months without a break hole rip or run you get new hose free They do not crock or grow dingy They aro light In weight soft lustrous and In reality as well as appearance the equal of other hose at double the price i1We have them In nil popular shades Ask orbookletAn Everwear Yarn It8 ree J C Nolte Bro ClojjrPortKv- V I 17iII iaII I RED MENS PICNIC JULY 4 1910 HARDINSBURG KY Make your arrangements to come and enjoy yourselves as you have never done before Wo will see that every- thingc is done to add to your comfort and enjoyment that cnn reasonably be done There will be n parade of lied Men in various costumes and a barbecued dinner soft drinks ice water told attractions of various kinds Brays Band etc Other notices will follow from week to week until the 4th m- m 0 Reduced Rates on the BranchJ 1 1Committee f mII- SZ V Msesvl0lraesl nM e A Vder I COMINGW New Show Boat A IIL Friday June 10 The largest finest and most complete Floating Theatre in the world Mr Murkle takes great pleasure in presenting tho semioperatic production THE ToyMakers Dream and a largo and carefully Holecttd company induding the l BIG BEAUTY CHORUSprod- uced and arranged under the personal direction of the eminent character singing comedian WAI C CUSIIMAN STREET PARADE AT 10 A M BY MARKLES CIIALLENGE BAND AUGUMENTED ORCHESTRA L GENERAL ADMISSION 25c t 11 m s nicest farmers on the branch has a fine crop of wheat and claims it is the best l in the county His farm lies opposite McQuady and shows that it is well taken cure of If the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best Hour is the lour you t1 J ought to use J Louisville Harket Report Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 08101HogsTops fO15 light pigs 815 Roughs 815 down Spring lambs ruled active from start to finish the bulk of the best sold gl6 0000iac 10 IciII I IEf I S A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned H Are Your Dollars Earning For You fjl investment than certificate of deposit in then You can find no safer not bettor a n 0 BANKmpooUd CLOVERPORT 0 with the interest semiannually and no bettor way of payingyour bills than by check whereby you always have a record of payment =OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US I Wo have a seven year record of fan dealings with out customers and always cater to their wants a If when consistent with sound banking principles 0 0 lI 11 QOL II 0 I BOG 1QJII 0Lc11 10 1 w- G rF tt D 7Mr U 11- I 11 II rsaS23 ee St iThe Lure CHAPTER XVI KITTY DHOlS A HAJJDBOX I HATS the matter Jack w Whenever you smoke your cigar goes out You read a newspaper by staring over the top of It You leave your watch under the pillow and have to hike back for it You are absent minded Now whats the matter Hillard sighed heavily There you go again laughed Mer rihew You tack that sigh to every thing you say Illllard was human He might be deeply in love but this had not de stroyed his healthy sense of humor so he laughed at himself Its a curious business tho dinner the mask tho veil the mystery wont- on Merrlhew I tell you frankly Tack somethings wrong and we shall both live to find It out But what heaven on earth what Havent 1 tried to figure It out till my brain aches I havent gono forward n single inch What shall you do Nothing When wo have seen Flor epee well drop down to Perugia and Rome then up to tho Italian lakes after that home If you say Illllard looked at his watch Only 0 ho said Lets go over to Gambrlnus und hear time music The Hotel Italic was but n few blocks from the Piazza Vlttorlo Eman uele They found the Hallo crowded noisy und Interesting From the Halle they went downstairs and through theI billiard room Under the arcade they found a small table Presently two of ficers one lu the resplendent uniform pt a colonel jyent past IIHlards pulse was tuned IU nquicker stroke- I tope he doesnt see us he said tipping his punaina over his eyes Mcrrihew scowled fiercely So long as he doesnt observe us said Illllard 1 have no Interest in his affairs Ilnd ho name ho wondered He Is coming this way again Dan Illllard changed his mind He push ed back his hat If the man with the scar saw him and spoke ho would re ply Time colonel glancing at the pair halted He turned and spoke to his brother olllcer Time man with the scar stopped over to tho table and leaned with his hands upon ft There was a savage humor in his dark eyes Dill I not tell you that we should j IIlIIurtliasked Hllhird livery muscle In his body t lIlultI speaking to you Iri hisie drawingey I object to the word fellow said JUftime scar Colonel cried the milmliern as Ills fitnlor siruotliiHlI the gloves und placed them Mrefiilly In liln left Land Oil I vim calm Hut I have been dmifiiinu of this moment Now The olIIfi remldrensfd Illllard You mcddlid with an affair that night In whlh yini hud no concern Art you qUlto HiireV You I nm sure And yet as I think I It over ai I recollect the womnu wont on the colonel with u smile which WUK evil and InidnuatlnK In Monte Carlo I was practically alone Uoro It Is Florence DmibtlcM you milord spoke tensely withew hut they never touched niUa s face His hand caught tho assailants broughtostable Tho Tllan e1Y cried faintly Hillard spoke Q the i Y Mask Byii HAROLD i MAC GRATH I i Copyright 1908 by the Dobbi Merrill Co Listen carefully signor 1 under stand perfectly but 1 shall fight no duel It Is nn obsolete fashion A blackguard I know you to be If you ever address me again I promise to give you a whipping which will have a lasting effect upon your future ac tions If that will not serve 1 shall appeal to the police Through the crowd the ever present carablnlerl shouldered their way The colonel motioned them to stand back+ which they did with a sign of respect This sign gave Illllard some food for thought Ills antagonist was evidently I a personage of some Importance Figure of nn Americium pig Illllard laughed The scar wits livid on the Italians check Ills companion laid a restrain- Ing hand on his arm He nodded and the two made off Merrlhow was forgoing back to tho hotel Ilillard agreed I wanted you to give him a good stiff punch said Merrlhow- Ve should have slept In the lockup overnight If 1 had If our friend Is left handed hell bo Inconvenienced for a day or two I put some force Into that grip You see Dun the Italian still tights his duels It would have been a flue joke If I had been fool enough to accept his challenge TIe would have put daylight through meat thu that stroke Did you notice how respectful the carabinlerl were It set me thinking Oh Ive a pre monition that we havent seen the last of this distinguished gentleman After luncheon the next day they were entering the Via Tornabuonl when a young woman came out of a little millinery shop Immediately Illl lard stepped to ono side of her and Merrihow to the other You cannot run away this time Kitty Kllllgrew cried Merrlhew Joyously i M S t III time Villa Arladno the wonderful fountain by Donatella was encircled by a deep basin III which many genera tions of goldfish swam about Formln a 1 kind of triangle about till basin were three ancient marble benches such as the amiable old Koimui senators were wont to lounge upon during the heat of the afternoon A maiden sat on ono of these benches lice rirms thrown out on either side of the crumbling back her chin lowered and her eyes thoughtful Merrlhow stole up from behind with all time care of a practiced hunter Then he put his hands over her eyes Situ struggled for n brief moment then desisted It Is no puzzle ut all she declared I CUll smell horse horso anti again horse Mr Merrlhow Yes I should have fetched along a sachet powder 1 remember but one thing Kitty und thats you IIo sat down beside her Theres no doubt that I rook of time animal Hut time real question Is how much longer are you going to keep me dangling on time string Ive boon coming up here for ten lays now She had dressed oxprosaly for this gohmgIhaving refused twice to marry you you still persist Kitty assumed n judicial air But you hnvcnt refused me this time Because I wish to make It us easy as powlblo for you Which of the two meanings she offered him was los upon Morrlhow Come let US bo sensible for ton mlulIl C- IIImrlhev laid his watch on the bench beside lain Kitty laughed rolllcklngly for boo healt ii her furbelows and ribbons and happynodcome She way only waiting for the day of sailing CI11lhtarrhandOh said lot us bo sensible for ten minutes who demurred Kitty will you marry me Could you take care of me Ill work Oh It you were only rich You dont menu that Kitty youbothert All right This will be the last time Will you marry me I will do all n man can to niako you happy I love you with till my heart I know lour fickletnut not this time Kitty not this time Will you + Then without further hesitance In t- 1 I Good News II write to tell you the good news that Cardul has helped me so much and I think it isJustworth its weight in writes Mrs Maryan Mar shall of Woodstock Ga- HII do hope and trust that lladies who are suffer takeYI Gods blessing to me and eerylady 52Take keCARDUI The Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders draggingdownfeelings youfcelI out and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladies and if you wIll only give it a trial you will be thankful ever after r Ills dishonorable for me to love you different to the future or the past conscious only of the vast happiness of the present Kitty laid her hand In hts Ho would have drawn her into his arms had not they both seen OMnlly pushing through time box hedge followed by souse belated tourists Merrl hew swore softly and Kitty laughed On the terrace time tea table dazzled the eye with Its spotless linen Its blue canton and its bundle of pink roses Illllard extended his cup for a second filling La Slgnorlnn vaguely won dered whore Kitty was Sho needed Kitty at this moment How Inexplicable were the currents und cross currents of life She had meta thousand men handsomer more brilliant They had not awakener- more t than normal Interest And ye this man ufet humorous ordinarily good looking aroused in her heart discord and penetrated tho barriers to tho guarded sentiment Why Always his query She gathered up a handful of the roses tool pressed them against her face breathing deeply- If I were a poet which I am not lle paused irresolutely You would extemporize on the beauty of the perspective she supplemented IIov the I was thinking of your hair ho Interrupted I Jinvo never seen anything quite like it She hind recourse to tho roses again You have not told me the real rca son why you sang under my window nightthave I not Well then there can be no harm In tolling you that I halt Just signed tho contract to sing with the American Comic Opera company In Europe 1 saw tho world at my feet for It would be false modesty to deny that I havo a voice Moro disillusions Tho world Is not at my feet lightly Will you answer n single question I can make no promise Is there another man Silence which grow and lengthened What 110 you mean sho asked evenly In Venice you told mo that there was a barrier I ask now If this bar nor bo a man YesA of pain passed over his heart If you love him Love him No nol I had hoped you would not speak like this Ire lied upon your honor Is It dishonorable for me to love youNo but It Is for mtto permit you to say so He was pale but not paler than she w n i offer you homing air UHinrd nothing no promise no hope nothing A few days longer and wo shall sep arate finally Merrlhew and Kitty came Into view It is all over said Merrlhew ex ultantly Kitty has promised to mar ry me as soon as we land In America La Signorina took hold of Kittys hands fils It true Kitty Yes maam Kitty answered with a stage courtesy I have promised to marry him for there seemed no other way of getting rid of him This caused reel laughter La Signo rlna relighted tho tea lamp and presently they were all talking together They laughed quietly as they saw OMnlly gravely conducting his charge to the gates He returned with Smith Doth were solemn visaged Well noble concierge Inquired La Slgnorlna Why you look as If you were tho bearer of ill tidings I nm said OMnlly What has happened asked Merrl hewEnough said OMally laconically Ho directed his next words to La Si gtforlnn You are sure of this friend of yours the princess Certainly answered La Signorinn tier astonishment increasing She gave you the right authority Absolutely more and more aston ishedWell before I swing time thunder let me tell you something said OMnl Ily I was In Florence a few days ago I made some Inquiries It was Imper tinent I know I Interviewed four or five hotel concierges Only one of them ever heard of the name This concierge directed me to another but as ho spoke only Italian we could not make things fit lint when I men lofted the princess name he laughed is If something highly amusing had hit him The main thing Is this your orinccss hus played us nil rather a shabby trick In the letter you read to us In Venice she said that she had never visited this villa Only in her youth replied La Si gnorinn her brows drawing together in n frown To the point at once It Is simply this Our little jig Is up responded OMally Ucad these and see for yourself lIe gave to her n broad white envelope und a clipping from La Nazlone of the tiny before She seized the clipping eagerly but time eagerness died froth her face quickly leaving It pale and stony The clipping fluttered to the ground Her gaze passed from one face to another a horror growing in her eyes Slowly she picked up the envelope and drew out the card Tell me what is it cried Illllard troubledIn she gave him the card He rend It It was rather n knock Now why should the Prlnclpessa dl Monte Blanca take it into her head to give a bull In the Villa Ariadne Wednesday week when she had loaned the villa Indefinitely to her friend La Signorinn To be continued Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines tele grams without wires terrible war inven boas to kill inen and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by coughs colds Ingrippe asthma croup bronchi Us hemorrhages hay fever and whoop ing cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affections it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James M Black of Asheville N C R R No it waites it cured him ofall obetinite cough after all other remedies failed SOc and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co An Artists Struggles famousti a living lu his early days that had It not boom Fur his inexhaustible stock of patience and self confidence hi would probablyl have abandoned an entirely lie sold his first picture for 2 guineas quad later on earned for n short time a temple of pounds weeklyI for u woodcut which ho supplied to a comic paper This modest salary coming to a stop he was nt his WitH end to know what to do He npplleti to n troupe of minstrels for an on gagcuient as zither player but In vain and then took to designing carpets For some years he battled with pov crty achieving no success until hi obtained employment ouu weekly II lustratcd JournalLondon Globe For the Best results try News Want Ads p r THE BUSHiS SANATORIUMto INCORPORATEDpI836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky i DR EVELYN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANBUSHII The Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences for I i time treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage I ATLER T WINJTUlVI DirectorLate of Battle Creels Sanatorium Correspondence Solicited Ib SPURCHASINGaye t FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only z5 The regular price is SIOO Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and tellingus where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at time low rate of 2S Books and stationery are included No time limit If not readyInow buy one for future use 9- PRINQIPAL i t pNOr r = ofrt BUSINESS COLLEGEJNooaPOIUTaD It Second and Walnut Stroet9rct tl n 1 It tl lev I RURAL TELEPHONES I chi I vontDo Mr Farmer mire you interested i If so call manager of the Cumberland Telephone itu Fes Company and have him explain the special ontboIIlick 1 milers Line rate I d CUMg11 a incorporatedroUiJT3T Y It tl- I t 11 Anything to Soil or Trade AAg edl I II IfIIl rIc J a willsure finda buyer or W H th ffl l j a trader for it right away s i o isb r L News 1TAd Bring Results fp an 1- 151IOM iW1OrdiA N WiArIi I1MI1I1 1 1MIgAA llhlN iM le qui ttt- 3f NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLEtJlMf But They DO Much i r t the They holpto rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted j If you have a Small Business and Want More Businessf Try a Breckonridgo News Want Ad I The fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you K e Write Call or Telephone if If not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 Wo will tell you the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient I I t- y 1 t J i4OADWAYS OF LEAVES Give One the Impression of Carpet as INoiselessIwould be poor mn terial for making roadways in most parts of the world but In certain dls l firIWFxTwvr swnc MF+ 1 twlI- A LEAP ruanwAY lots in the United States especially lorldtt and in some sections of Eu to ouch a material Is used with tallt success In these sections are usand miles of road that would be of ost Impassable by reason of the ldysand were It not for leaves vrlceablo for this purpose are the es of tho long leaf pine These r es which aro much like straw in harance should be raked over they roadbed once a year say about bero Is a highway that gives tho impression of a carpet as nel f the horses feet nor tho wheels of j vehicles make any noise t Ij CASTOR I A- i For Infants and Children Kind You Have Always Bought ItFprs the Iiature of it 11 i iColor Blindness thedItb11t have been made for color uess In various races no race irjver primitive has been dlscov jn which redgreen blindness was tnivcrsal or general condition and r c js a fut of sonic Interest lu con j pu with the physiology of color r + i fa for It seems probable that rod Ijun blindness since It Is not by any iI pans a diseased condition represents lreveralou to a more primitive state yk the color sense If this Is so no race t men remains In the primitive stagiM z the evolution of the color sense The jaJ1 Icvclopment of a color sense substan I weIJ X chlevemcnt Professor ii S Wootl IK vorth in Science 4 eczemajyi res or any itching of the skin Doans lwitnient gives instant relief cures lijclcly Perfectly safe for children 1 druggists sell it h 10 Need of Dry Roadbeds 3ANY Clio most Important object In drain gn rnnd is tp lower IIlie level of Hie lijlrouiid water If this Is within a few s eet of the surface It will be absorbed ythe material of the road by tnptl j3I Siry attraction The result of this jgSSteJ Auld be a softening In the raid Itu Ijjpedlately below the surface When 1 nwHoavy trnUlc passes over the road In Iis condition It so cuts It up that the J rmI Katcr will not flow off II lately a one I spoke about my stove to a lot of my friends and they were aston I I ished They thought that there was smell and smoke from an oil stove and that it heated groom just like any other flluJ up for five its cost WJj The lady who said this had amt oil stove was all right for quickly heating milk for a or boiling a kettle of water or to make coffee quickly in the morning but she never dreamed of using it for difficult or ke cooking Nowshe knows Ord Do you really appreciate what a New f faction OH Cook Stove means to you No mere coal to carry no more coming to the- aK table so tired out that you cant cat ufast light a Perfection Stove and Immediately the heat from an Intense blue flame shoots M te the bottom of pot kettle or oven But the room lintheated There Is no smoke no no outside heat no drudgery In the =aa where one of these stoves U used I ITHE MUCKRAT More People Trap This Little Animal Than Any Other In America nearly 10000 people trap I the musquash or muskrat every year More people trap this little animal than any other It is claimed that the greatest number of skins are taken in Minnesota and the fled river district Most of tho are exported The skins are very uniform In color usually n dark brown However those of Alaska und the Mackenzie district are very light In color The black pelts or those which are nearly so coino from the southern sections nl though occasionally u few are found In other localities The imiHkrntls very prolific In some latitudes says Fur News It tins three litters of young In a summer and hone throe to live young In each litter The animals are nocturnal In their habits but are often seen during the day Musquash It Is said thrive best In sluggish streams likes and marsh es In appearance II Is very much like the heaver and Its habits are very similar The muskrats that Inhabit the ponds marshes nud shallow lakes bully their houses of grass weeds etc and plas ter them together with mud The house Is built In the Hlmpe of a dome and Is usually several feet above the water The musquash tint lives along the streams usually hits Its home In the bunks of them The entrance to this den Is almost always beneath the water but as the burrows range up ward the dens are never tilled with water except In times of freshets Send your orders for Joy of The ProssBy Kentuckians In Newspaper work compiled by Louise to the Brcckenridge News office Price 15 centsthe copy HIS DEATH SCENE A Stage Performance That Took Place Under Difficulties- In an article on barnstorming In tho Wide World Magazine P R Eaton de scribes u performance which took plnco under certain difficulties There had been an ice cream sociable just prior to our arrival in the hall nnd no one had cleaned the stage Mac had u new pair of broadcloth trousers and my scarlet tunic also new When a shot was tired ho was to fall and before dying confess that he bad killed old Fitzgerald The juvenile down front was not to speak till Mac had fallen and con fessed There he stood while Mac staggered about the stngo looking for a clean place on which to fall Mixed in his lines he was making remarks to us In tho wings sotto voce whlln we were convulsed with laugh ter nt his unties I cannot dlooh why didnt you have a grass matI must not dlcI hull ruin my breeches I cant die oh this stage Is afloat with Ice crea- mlmustuotdle Here the juvenile put in some side remarks of his own Ob hurry up and die or Ill walk off Go ahead retorted Mac and bring me a sack 1 mustiiottile Well If 1 must here goes its ruin to your tunic Perce and my breechesoh- oit He went down on ono knee then on one elbow and finally lay full length The deed Is doneI confess I1murderNIOld Fltger A real istic shiver anti all was over including the ruining of our clothes as prophe- sIed The natives said It was tho best and must llkellke death scene tint had ever been given In that town A Double Hold Miss Moonllte Er let me hold the reins please Mr Bashpbul What tclll I do then Miss Moonlltc You night hold thi holder of the reins losron Rprnld I r 1 Storekeeper Says I la i fltf A lady Came into my store and Said lU- lr1 rI have been using New Perfection Oil CookStove all winter E thinkE experienceItstimes thought baby aVy f I pelts I with Choyii U NefrWIC14 Pet ietioit yAh 0 Oil CookstoveyouIthas a Cabinet Top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot Ike el finish with the bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental 1 attractive Made with 12 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stove ibe badwith or without Cabinet livery dealer everywhere s If not at yours write for DescriptiveCircular If otothe nearest agency of theyou Standard Oil Company heeioratii m LI fU0 l 1- 11lS I1J I CHAT ON HAND BAGS The Monogram Models the Win ner This Season CORD HANDLES VERY NEWI Irish Lace Bags All That Can Be Do sired by the Dainty Woman For Wear With Lingerie GownsJewel erg Mount Them The fad of the moment In Paris Is the monogram bag and the little sketches hero shown aro fair rcprc scntntlvcs of a whole line of theso loss frivolous and most convenient of ac cessoriesThe of tho hand bay Is no longer to be disputed The pocketlcss con dition of tho garb of modern woman has long ago let In tho bag as a permit nent possession- It Is counted among tho legitimate expenses of economical woman amid Is not likely soon to drop from time list Black velvet bags aro a feature of the season nn all the year round arti cle notching tho garment In winter and the hat or somo touch on thin cos tumo In summer Their particular at LATEST HONDO It AM MODEL traction at the moment Is the monogram In gold or brass to match the mountCords are the last expression orn sensible fashion mandate for the saying of gloves Metal chains however survive and ore necessary on the bag with the engraved mounting The suede bag Is Identical in outline with the velvet and Its monograms do not differ Either material Is beaded and many of the simple designs sug hest the home application of large gems nnd little bends The beaded reticule of other days has conic back both in Its mounted state and In n drawn together model and invariably the beadwork which Is dome by hand Is a reproduction of the old floral wreath or basket of Bowers done on the most ancient of hand bags All that IIs needed In the modern bend bag Is that softening Influence of time to bring down the colors to n lower tone Irish lace bags are till that can be desired for the best of lingerie gowns Their prettiest models are those hav ing a background of baby Irish with n heavy motif on the front Plain linen too shows an Inset of Irish lace back and front and others are of linen covered with a Heavy white diagonal net resembling fish net curtainingThe I and braided linen shopping bags are to be used again and among them ono of the newest shapes is round The perfectly round linen bag on sliver mounts with ti IIAQ WITH COIID HANDLE silver initial Is excellent when made carefully at homo of rich dark home spun linen to match a costume of mul berry for Instance Just here let tho admonition be soundedline It with silk of a lighter shade and have tho jeweler do the mounting Washing Mohair You can launder shepherds plaid mohair If you like without hurting It in the least There are only two little tricks to be mastered The first lies In tho quality of the soap nnd the second In the heating of the Iron Get some white soap of a good quality It con tame borax which Is cleansing and which adds crIspness to woolen mate rials and It will not fade the colors When Ironing mohair n very oven heat Is required Dot irons while they may not appear to scorch tho fabric will rot It HO that It wilt split or crack pn the flrstwearlnsr I- W M r- o esk DEATH STRUGGLE IN PLASTER Fearful Sufferings of a Martyr Were Preserved for Modern Generations Neither shall I dwell on the gov ernors palace which we visited thought it Is set in n fair garden nor on the museum with tjio exception of Just one thing says Albert nigelow Paine In Outing That one Item Is I believe unique in the worlds list of curiosities It Is a plaster cast of the martyr Geronimo in the agony of death The Algerians put Geronimo alive into n soft mass of concrete which presently hardened Into a block nnd wan built into a fort This was In 1500 and about forty years later a Spanish writer described the event and told exactly how that par ticular block could be located The fort stood for nearly 300 years Then In 1853 It was torn down the block was Identified and broken open and an almost perfect mold of the dead martyr was found within They filled the mold with plaster and the resulta wonderful cast lies there in the museum today face down as he died hands and feet bound and strain ing head twisted to one side In tho supremo torture of that terrible martyrdoms It Is a growsome fasci nating thing and you go back to look at It more than once and you slip out between times for a breath of fresh alt Remembering the story and looking at that straining figure you realize a little of the need he must have known and your lungs contract and you smother nnd hurry out to the sky and sun nnd Godgiven oxygen of life He could not have lived long but every second of consciousness must have been an eternity of horror for there is no such thing as time except as to mode of measurement and a measurement such as that would compass ages unthinkable If I lived in Algiers and at any time should sprout n little bud of discontent with the present state of affairs a little sympathy with the subjugated population I would go and take a look at Geronimo and forth with all tho discontent and tho sym pathy would pass away and I would come out gloating In the fact that France can crack the whip and that we of the west can rldo them down HOW TAILOR SIZED HIM UP Looseness of Top Coat Button Re vealed the Customer as an Easy Mark The tailor attempted to say good morning but the Irate customer snapped off the greeting In tho middle- I dont want any work done ho said and I dont want any palaver IngWhat I want Is to find out why you soft that blithering Idiot of an inventor around to my place to try to talk me into investing something In his new patent Who told you I had money to throwaway No one said the tailor but I know you were interested In now schemes and listened patiently to promoters because your top coat but ton Is always getting loose That shows that somebody does a mighty lot of tugging at It It Is people with schemes to finance that have tho tug ging habit so I didnt have to do any deep reasoning to figure out that promoters In general consider you worth cultivating Am I not right You art said tho irate customer And by tho way while I am here I wish you would sow on this top but ton That inventive friend of yours nearly pulled it off when ho had me held up yesterday afternoon Origin of the Word Bloodhound The bloodhound was first known in England as the sleuth hound later as the English bloodhound not on ac count of his thirst for blood but because of his pure breeding the same as ono speaks of n purebred pure blood or blooded horse lie was first Introduced In England by that good sportsman William the Conqueror Later he was known in Franco ns the St Hubert and in tho eight century as tho Flemish hound There were no real English bloodhound In America before those sent by Edwin trough to tho Now York dog show in 1888 Tho registration of tho American Ken nel club shows that they were tho first Imported and tho first ever regis tered Recreation Dangerous Servian Practice Ono more has been added to tho list of fatalities proceeding from tho free use of firearms op all festive oc casions in Sorvia Mlxallo Dronovatch a bridegroom of a few hours has been the victim of a stray bullet fired bone Y of the guests at his wedding din neroThe guest kept firing politely to mark his satisfaction as each fresh course was laid on the table As a rule tho Sorb Is a good shot but tho number of accidents that have occurred lately call for government attention and it is possible that a law will be passed by tho skupstchlna re striding tho indiscriminate uso of loaded weapons at festive gatherings Seven Sons All Priests Rev Samuel Skreno vicar of Lane ham Nottinghamshire England has seven sons and they are all priests ol tho church One Is vicar of Walton Lancashire famous for his great church long before the adjacent vII lage of Liverpool overshadowed It In importance Another is vicar of St Stephens Sunderland One Is in Dar field Yorkshire and another in Dee cles Suffolk Oxshott claims a fifth Another is In Suffolk while the sev enth is In Lincolnshire It Is said by those who know tho brothers most In timately that they represent different Abases of pbureh tibnuaht IJ l Louisville RyTIMECorrected to May 1 1910 H7 I 145 I 143 I 141 TATIONSJi 142tt 144 I H8 Drily Daily9IpmI 4b40jm pm f 8TUAWHKICUV UJ 3S lUSUOlW its SU i3 CO tD OIl 41KUOKA ra ad us is f10S r51II 091 STITHS re xl r lIT ft O r517 KATIWVN 1Ot10 01 5 SI 0t WHST POINT 629 1201 0 Sd t521 toJ UOWAItl flt5am to o4 tr 31 f0 30 IIAHTLKS fit 5U fO 411 r531 JII 54 KOOICIIAVkN fit 45 fit 4t t543 fll 40 LONG IIUANCII JII 113 552 f49 HKANDICMIUKO fllrtT1 UJfI5J fI M RKUONI lit 21 U III oyto1031 t10 HI wiviisrKit flO 61 154moo tie i rUDlllyHO flu S f5 3tto to 511 46 t103i sTElilS9lC r1U tie 020 4rr f5 51 toUo a mill 1 j Iii 11 01 OLOVKKIOUT j t1 1001 4 61 S 1- 5stoi SHOPSU 12 t1i SKILLMAN to 61 f8 02 10 21 It 45 j 6nft13 roll t1 4i 37ftI 719IIf123II0 08 fW 7 ISr7 03 t8 2 1ATBS 850 705DUTCH 113 I333im 8 35 1210pm OWENSUOltO 3 50 t8 45 345 0 55- t7 840 CONWAV 27 tS 49 MATTIMJLY I fS nrt I f 41 735 731 fg 511 OKIKKITII fa z5 1fl1 3T 3it1ruhi807 fit 21 753 ler013S009Sr155 300 731 9 55 5 Mpm 93074oum0Oopm am f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains no NOTjsrop I StLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverporl No 144 will stop at stations cast of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport u Hartford Line =West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1ism Class 1st Class Second Class 9I 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONSMixud Mixednully9xSunday6 5 1110aUl 1111f6116f700x1110f7f931 f307s7 s611 sll 18f7fJ031C724sSs80I si 47 sJO as 17 U0 S1223 s1006s35125f8OlI0956f905S3IIf12 23 f 45 S920 736 f 120 EUmltch s755 51215 s 038 r 25 750 Fordsvllle12Kipm 935755 1 2U 30feo 7 35 00f S I10 f t 4 53 Dukeliurst hC7 20 f IMOs 900 s 2 10fi 51I1 f f632 f24s 1 IM- Sno s 2 47 Moorman s6 15 s 2 04 is f 56flOds f 144 12f1118100114if d 30iiI I I I I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy n farm or businees a If you do you find just what need in thismay you department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us atonco 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 to the man who has the youareWo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyerst Jno D Babbage hardpoud Well watered plontv of timber for uiprovomonts Double Lolo house smull table Good rich laud Quo for lliirloy to IntormaIon GustoopyoungorclmrdgoodltuberI ronhouso Improvements good four room iwelllnjj with kitchen on back porch two cod barns barn and talent house und cis orn back In tho Geld meat and lion house plentytj lao D Dabbago Olovorport Ky 67 ACRE FARM 5 room cottage hall und barn porchood good side sheds good crib goal mot house and lion house and a variety of apples neverfiihlingspring tholIlghSchoolR 2 HAH For ICO acres four miles west of- t p UUV oiondoano 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva thou iO acres In grass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell ing log dwelling 2 rooms and sIde room m m mTHEFifth Avenue HOTEL I Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr ItIIi CF e housesPontypurposesgoodSALEStorti comblnedwholelengthexchange for a dwelling house In Cloverport AvenueYellpUUS to =Atiir containingso acres and aTeL5wltbILbnrD31onepeachtreesmosul1nicevInyardseversgrovosofblack towlroEkronononlongFOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggistI surroundedbythe place for some young physician to steJ busluooaAnrettreIsIlarttcularsport KY andonlyflmakingaLOorateOnly from tho princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door tojall parts of the city- Everything neat and clean wt w iryc4f iui n iJ C c P f =t c yr I Beards Fifth Serni= Annual Red Tag Sale I Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday t FourGreat GreatOpen Opening Specials I Junef 15 g Only One of Each Assortment of the Opening Specials to a Customer Specials for Wednesday June 15 i From 830 to 030 From 230 to 330 11nn covered f 20 doz ladies lOc Gauze Vests ip 5cISpecials for Thursday June 16 f prom R3O to 11130 I 6 doz pieces EnamelwarelIrom 30t0330 consisting of Dish Pans Clarks 0 N T Thread Water Pails Colfee Pots Kettles Sauce h C35c10eachCspool 1 dozen to a customer Dry Goods Department Extra Special Ono l lot 10124 and 1fir Lawns Shmln and Fancy Patterns lted Tag Price per yard 5e lOc values Red Tug Price yard G c- 12jc values Red Tag Price yard 7Ac 15c value Red Tug Price ynrdH lOu 25c values Red Tag Price yard 19c White Goods lOc values Red Tug Price yard SAc 12c values Red Tag Price yard lOc 15c values Red Tug Price yard llAc 25c values Red Tag Price yard 19c lOo Linen Suiting R T P yard Sic 12Jo Linen Suiting R T P yard lOc loc Linen Suiting R T P yard llc50e Pure Linen Waisting R T P 24c Uc Pure Linen Vaisting R T P 2eI tiUc Pure Lirieu Wiiisting R T P tHe Special in Himalaya and Rough Weave Suitingsall shades Rg yfic values R T P yard tHe Values Extraordinary in Ladies Coat Suits iiW Wool Suits Red Tug Price 1318 1300 Wool Suit R T P 878 tis Wash Suits Re 1 Tug Price 5451 G50 Wash Suits R T1 P 425 Si Wash Suits RT1 P 209 Ladies Muslin Underwear values that cannot be duplicated IJOc Corset Covers Red Tag Price 23c SOc Corset Covers Red Tag Price 39c GOo Corset Covers Red Tag Price 49cs GOc iMuslin Gowns Red Tug Price 49c SI Muslin Gowns Red Tag Price 79c SI Muslin Underskirts itrP79c125 Muslin Underskirts R T P 98c S15Q Muslin Underskirts R T P 119 Ladies Shirtwaists SI Shirtwaists Red Tag Price 79c 150 Shirtwaists Red Tag Price 119 2 Ho Shirtwaists Red Tag Price 198 American Beauty Corsets 50c corsets Red Tag Price 42c SI Corsets Red Tag Price 79c 150 Corsets Red Tag Price 119 Extra Specials in Laces and Embroideries 500 yards ValIlnd Torschon Laces rug lOc values Red Tag Price 5o 500 yards 10 and 12Ao Swiss and Hum burg Embroideries R T P yurd9c Hosieryfvalue for lOc Red Tag Price pair li- e110C hose Red Tag Price 8c HIGH PRICES It Is Our Determination to make this the Biggest Red Tag Sale we have over held When you con sider the tremendous advances in all lines of merchandise you will at once realize that in order to make good this promise there will have to be something doing Our word for it there will be the items and prices mentioned in this aa which are only a small part of those you will find on sale will readily convince you that wo are offering you your moneys worth and more Customers living within a distance of 20 miles will be refunded railroad fares on all purchases of 20 or over Remember this is a CASH SALE No produce brass or rebate tickets taken in payment of goods at Red Tag Prices However produce will be recei ved during the sale The store will not open until 830 Each morning of the sale allowing people living at a distance tha opportunity taking advantage of open ing specials Every attention will be given customers ice water every day palm leaf fans for the ladies 15o hose Red Tag Price 12c 25c hose Red Tag Price 20c 50c lhose Red Tug Price 39c Specials in Staples Dress Ginghams Madras 10 values Red Tag Price yard 8 c- 12Ac values Red Tag Price yard lOAc 15c values Red Tag Price yard llic Extra Special 150 yards Table Oil Cloth in Fancy Patterns reg 20c values red tag price foot 4c Gents Furnishings Never before have we made such radicalreductions in this deparment A backward season forces us to make such concessionsExtra Specials- A choice selection of Mens Suits sizes 34 to 37 rcg 8 to 12 values red tag price suit 298 Specllllot selected from regular stock styles the best quality unexcelled sizes 34 to 38 5 suits red tag price 298 7 and 8 suits red tug price 398 9 to 11 suits red tag price 598 1250 to 14 suits red tag price 698 Young liens Clothing i5 suits red tag prICe 298 750 suits red tag price 4r98 S8 suits red tag price 598 Boys Clothing 5 suits red tag price 298 4 suits red tag price 249 3 and 350 suits red tag price 198 150 and 2 suits red tag price 98 Mens Odd Pants 6 values red tug price 4 49 5 values red tag price 375 350 values red tug price 259 150 values red tag price 112 Hens HatsSwann Brand 150 Huts red tai price 119 250 Hats red tag price 198 Mens Underwear2- 5c Drawers Shirt R T P 20c 50c Drawers Shirt It T P 42c Mens Neckwear 25 and 35c Tics red tag price 190 50c Ties red tag price 39c Extra Specials in Mens Half Hose 6 doz pairs 15n values in Black Tan und 1anoles red tag pricopair 7o G doz pairs 25c values in Black Tan and Fancies red tag price pair 15c liens Shirts G doz Marts work shirts reg 50c val ues red tar price each 39c 50c Dress shirts rcd tug price 42c 1 Dress shirts red tag price 89c 15c Linen Collars red tag price lie Shoe DepartmentS- tar Brand Shoes are Better Mens and Boys Low Cuts 4 Patriot in Gun Metal Tan and Pat ont red tag price 298 350 Patriot red tag price 249 3 Patriot red tag price 229 250 Eternity in Tan and Black red tag price H 179 2225 Eternity red tag price 149 Ladies and Plisses Low Cuts S3 Society Suedes Tan Patent red tag price 229 275 Mayflower red tag price 219 2 and 225 Satin in Tan Patent and Vicired tug price 159 175 May Day Pat and Vici red tag price 139 150 Plain Toe Put and Vicired tug price 119 140 Vacation Pat and Vicired tag price 98 2 Misses Put red tag price 149 175 Misses Put red tag price 119 150 Misses Pat and Tan red tag price 119 125 and 135 Misses Pat and Tan red tag price 98 Extra Specials in Mens ancj Ladies Fine Shoes 100 pairs regular stook good styles Patriot Mens Vici Pat Oxblood and Tan red tag price 298 350 Society Ladies Oxblood and Tan rod tag price 249 3 Mayflower Tan red tag price 198 15 per cent reduction on all Mens and Ladies fine shoes 10 per cent re duction on other stoc- kFurniture Oak Bed Room suit 1625 value Red price 1298SoWN Oak Bed Room suit 2450 value Red tag price 1949 Solid Oak Dresser bevel plate mirror 1250 value Red tag price 1049 Oak Dresser large mirror splendid value at reg price SD Red tag price 749 Oak Dresser 8 value Red tag price 049 Folding Bed rog 15 value Red tag price 1198 Folding Bed reg 16 value Red tag price 1298 Wednesday 15 T 16rursdayunx17Saturday 18 i a e I Only One of Each Assortment of Opening Specials to a Customer Specials for Friday June 17 t From 830 to 030 From 230 to 930 0 j C Specials for Saturday June 18 Fram 830 to 930 From 330 to 20 sugar pounds granulated 1 750 per yds yard Hope Cotton 9C not more than 1 worth to not more than 15 yards- a customer to a customer F 1 Folding Bed reg 25 value Red tag price 2149 Oak Davenport plushcovered 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