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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n f Ii c r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSj ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT ti VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910 8 Pages NO 49 BH h pp WOMANS HOME MISSION SOCIETY MEETS AT CAPITAL v Hardinsburg Entertains a Distinguished Delegation I of WomenHon Claude Mercer Delivers Wel i come Address Responded to by Mrs Evans l Rev George S Sexton of Wash ington Present0i t A fMEETlNG OPENED BY THE REV DR MATHER r 1Hardinsburg June 18 Special The Annual Meeting of the Womans Home Mission Society of the Louis r ville Conference of the Methodist tEpiscopal Church South began its sessions in the Southern Methodist Church at Hardinsburg on Saturday last at three oclock under the presi1 dency of Mrs T R Kendall of Louis ville and will continue until Tuesday w wnight A large and comprehensive program is being gone through In which are many items of interest which should t attract large audiences The meeting began with the usual organization formalities which were followed by the Secretarial reports iland reports of Superintendents of De r I partmentsOn night the Session was opened by Dr Mather who read an appropriate i Scripture Lesson and led the Conference in prayer after which V Hon Claude Mercer Attorneyatlaw of Hardinsburg was Introduced and tendered a welcome to the visitors and delegates on behalf of the city of Har dinsburg and Breckinridge county l Mr Mercers address was full of tel ling points and sparkled with many brilliant passages The welcome was responded to by Mrs H A Evans of Broadway Church Louisville who as sured the audience that it gave great pleasure to the Ladies of the Home Mission Society to hold their Annual it Gathering in our midst and she hopnd t that the meetings would bring inspir tlanon and blessing to many and that 9themeeting would be a great success ItOn Sunday morning Dr Mathers 9 lit pulpit was occupied by Rev Geo S 3 Sexton D D of Atlanta Ga Con D ference Commissioner for the building e of Representative Church in the city r of Washington D C who preached an effective sermon bearing on the work which the Society has in hand At the I close of the service a freewill offering E9amounting to X140 was taken up to ggprovide a scholarship for a youth In Bennett School at London Ky d At the night hour Mrs J H Dickey n and Mrs T R Kendall addressed a L large audience on the subjects of is- rl Christian Stewardship and Home I I Missions and these addresses were listened to with manifest interest I A PV InterestShownPV 5 In Aviation Meeting 2Jf 5 tJudging from the Statewide interest l5 in the aviation meet announced by Jt3 G The Louisville Times as Indicated by 5tJthe favorable comment of the State i17f r press there wlll be a recordbreaking- i0 f crowd in Louisville on June 1819 when i this novel exhibition is given under the Tr auspices of that newspaper at ha o Churchill Downs j- sVThe Land Of Hope t oilInthe Ukraine Russia the maid is The Conference will today be taken up with the routine work but tonight and Tuesday night Mrs Kendall will give Twilight Bible Studies on the Books of Nehemiah and Ephesians Addresses will also be given by Prof H A Smith of the Louisville Male High School on The Stranger that is within our Gates and Mrs James Leech President of the State Feder ation of Womans Clubs on The Debt of Strength to Weakness The following is the list of delegates and visitors and their hostesses Dr and Mrs Mather Rev G S Sexton and Dr Trawick Mrs J H Gardner Mrs B M Rivers Mrs Evans Miss Bedford Mrs Marvin D Beard Mrs T R Kendall Prof Smith and Prof Lewis Mrs Morris II Beard Mrs Geo Gaulbert Miss Della Downing Mrs J H Young Mrs J H Maiin Mrs G W Beard Mrs Humphrey Mrs W J Piggott Mrs R F Hays Mrs J H Pile Mrs H H Bohannon Mrs Ouerbacker Mrs Duvall Mrs Leech Mrs J E Kincheloe Mrs A A Norris Mrs H B Taylor Miss Tida Mercer Mrs Dickey Mrs C B Petrie Mrs J E Wright v Mrs T J Hook Mrs W P Gordon Mrs A Logsdon Miss Tula Daniel Rev and Mrs E F Goodson and family Mrs M It Carter Mrs M L Kincheloe Mrs G R Biggs Mrs A L Mell Mrs Davis Dowell Mrs Moore and Mrs E Bennett Mrs Herbert M Beard Miss A Solvers Mrs II Dan iel Miss Binford Mrs J C DeHaven Mrs J P Barter Mrs G W Sey mour Mrs Paul Compton Mrs J Barclay Mrs Wilbur F Barclay Mrs P Morris Beard Mrs H S Wood Miss Claude Uttley Mrs C L Beard Mrs L B Ford Miss Galney Miss Segars Mrs W Hen sley Mrs M E Eastin Miss Smith Mrs G D Shellman Mrs J N Riley Mrs C R Newman Mrs C Jarratt Mrs W A Walker Mrs J N Scott Mrs G W Evans Mrs J J Melvin Mrs C E Blackwell Mrs J Whit worth Miss Kate Duncan Miss Edna Gilbert Miss S Price Rev I Cline Mrs G E Squires Mrs A M Kin cheloe Miss Ada Lewis Mrs L Jef ferson Mrs frank Jolly Mrs Ogden Mrs Shepherd Mrs C E Haswell Miss Maud Borders the one that does all the courting When she falls in love with a man she goes to his house and tells him the state of her feelings If he reciprocates all is well and a formal marriage is duly ar ranged If however he is unwilling she remains there hoping to coax him into a better state of mind The poor fellow cannot treat her with the least discourtesy or turn her out for her friends would be sure to avenge the insult His best chance Is to leave his home and remain away as long as she is in it Subscribe FATHER OF 31 CHILDREN Joshua Lancaster Near Vine Grove Has Largest Family In Kentucky Joshua Lancaster near Vine Grove hiss a twinkle in his eye when he reads the stories published about the big families of the mountains of Kentucky the Caudills of Wolle county fifteen strong the W bbs of Letcher nineteen strong and numbers of others running up to twenty Mr Lancaster thinks he has the largest Kentucky family on recordjust three dozen strong count lug himself and his four wives Of hin thirtyone children sixteen are living and all in Meade county except one married daughter who is in Missouri All his sons are farmers and all his mar ried daughters are farmers wives He himself lives on a farm within a milo of his birthplace and has never lived over two miles from the farm on which he was born and reared Mr Lancaster was first married nt the age of twenty to Miss Sarah Medley of Meade county Six children were born ed ott this marriage Within a year of his first wifes death he was married to her sister Miss Georgia Medley to whom eleven children were born Less than a year after her death he was married to Miss Mary Nolan of Shelby county and this union produced six more children Within a twelvemonth after the third wifes death Uncle Josh won the hand of miss Beltie Phil- Ips of Meade county and eight more children were added to the family the youngest of these now being ten years ofage From the birth ofthetfirst to the birth of the thirtyfirst child was less than fortythree years and only one pair of twins were included in the numberMr Lancaster is now seventy four years of age but has the nppearauc of a man at least fifteen years younger He takes pride in telling that he has never missed an election and has never voted an thiuir but the straight Democratic ticKet He has never used tobacco in any form His grandchildren number forty and his greatgrandchildren threeEtown News In Handsome Shape John Burn who has charge of the car department of the Henderson Route shops at this place turned out a pretty piece of work last week when he completed the repairs on the passenger coach number thirtyeight Mr Burn knows his work thoroughly and his services are very satisfactory to the company Children Services Sunday Evening The Childrens Service of the Presby terian church will be held Sunday even ing Rev B T Adair the new minis ter will fill his appointment here Sun day morning and will be present at the services that evening Moving In The West End Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad have bought the residence on Center street where Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis lived and moved into it Mr and Mrs Wal lace Skillman have moved into the resi dence the Conrads lived in on Second street and the Lewis family have moved into the house formerly occupied by the Skillmans DELIGHTFUL Entertainment In The Interest Of School WorkGiven At Hardinsburg1 Hardinsburg Ky June i3 Speial Time High School through the year gave three public entertainments for the benefit of the library In an incredibly short tlnie with his talented pupils aid ed in the vocal selections by Mrs Blan ch Read Proi Edwards prepared and successfully presented these entertain ing exercises always find characters fitting his pupils as perfectly as if they had been made to order The three comedies and four songs of the closing exercise comprised this happiest selection probably of the aeries Messrs Chanibliss and Mather carried loading parts thereby directing attention to their histrionic ability Like parts carried by Misses Mil ired Moorman Ruth Cham liss Katie Stith prominently em phasized their capacity for their roles The minor parts were well done by by various members of the school every student so acquitting self m to show ability and careful drill The vocal selections were specially good Stingy kid perhaps capturing the audience most completely Four young men en dowed by natuie with right colored hair sang Red Head These gentlemen Lane Edwards Morris Kiecheloe and Amos Wood captured their hearers iu a selection so appropriate Mrs Adams Hurt The friends of Mrs Adams lament the accident which befell her Thursday when she hurt her left side Mrs Adams is at the home of her sister Mrs II A Oelze and is little improved Another Little Candle Miss Anna Elizabeth Keith was the guest of honor at a dinner given by her parents Mr and Mrs Proctor Keithon last Wednesday the anniversary of her first birthday The dining table was decorated in roses and a big white cake with one little candle was the center piece Little Miss Keith was never so happy she received four silver spoons and several other gifts If she keeps on at the rate she is going no telling what her popularity will be when she becomes a grownup young lady Mrs Haynes CelebratesHer Again Mrs Mary Warfield Haynes has hat the honor of celebrating the eighty ninth anniversary of her birthday at her home in Bluff City Henderson county Her children grandchildren six greatgrandrchildren and her neice Mrs Frank Fraize of this city were present The celebration took plac May the sixteenth and was one of the happiest events af her life Miss Alice Bewley who has made her home with Mrs Haynes for several years WAI among those present She has been a dear devoted companion to her and is as faithful as an own daughter All Day Dinner Party Mr and Mrs Hetikle were host and hostess Saturday at dinner at their delightful country home in honor of Mrs Courtney liabbage The guests were Mr Stone Mr and Mrs Harvey Stone r Mr and Mrs Stader Misses Louise Weatherholt and Louise Henkle MIDDLESBORO COMMERCIAL CLUB COMPLETES PLANS FOR K P A Large Attendance Of Editors Expected In The flountain CityProgram Arranged For a Grand Time Next WeekThe New Rec ord Busy Getting Ready For Guests Many Business Sessions And Social Features The NewsRecord of Middlesboro has been sending out glad messages to the members of the Kentucky Press Association to the effect that the moun tain city has put the latch string on the outside and the big pot in the little one for the editors who will arrive there next Monday afternoon at 445 oclock to hold a four days meeting Mr Chas P Cunningham and Mr J W Cunningham editors of the News Record have been as busy as bees get ting everything in readiness for the occasion The Commercial Club has arranged a delightful social program BreckenridgeNews JOYS OF THE PRESS NOW COMPLETEDHAS A JOYOUS RECEPTION The Dream Enters the of Chas Dearing Louisville Ky Which Pronounces SuccessHas an Interesting History The of The Breckenridge Shows What Done by Persistent Effort Few people in Cloverport have realiz ed how much has been going on in the last two months in the jJrint Shop of the Breckenridge News unless Post master Oelze told them for he and two or three others are the only ones who have had an insight to the work that has been dispatched by The Breckenridge News since Joys of The Press was started The idea came to Louise in a night to publish a little book that would make someone happy and the next morning work was begun to make the dream come true The book is just a tiny creation of Rose paper ink and cheery paragraphs it has been a huge job to publish it To begin with it has taken 250 letters to get the mater ial from the and ers 2000 circulars and a big bunch of money to get it off the press Mr Harry G Newsom made a most artistic pennant for Joys of The Press that will be used at the Kentucky Press meeting next week One of the most interesting sides of Has a Big Crop Monday Mr Joe Smart brought to the News office several branches from his apple and each one was heavy with apples He says that he has never seen such an apple crop as he has this year Every tree Is crow ded with of apples Mr Curt Weatherholt buys wagon loads from him every season Try Our Want It Pays and crowded it with many enjoyable features dThc business sessions also promise to be the best In the history of the As sociation Among those on the program are John D Wak field M C Littrell S M Saufley Desha Breckenridge Ed D ShinnIck Tim Needham W J Denhart M F Conly and J R LemonThe can hardly wait for the time to come to take that long ride on the L N and see the charming members of the Kentucky Press Little Booklet Store T it a and is Pride News Can Be has but over contributors advertis Apple orchard clusters Column railroad Joys of The Press was soliciting advertising for its pages Twelve ads were planned for the booklet and nine teen were received only eleven could be used The advertisements are ex clusive and represent companies of worldwide reputation Everyone who receives a copy of the booklet should pay particular attention to the advertising matter for it is a leading feature of the publication The book has the character of the Kentucky Press back of it and to read its lines is an inspiration to any man no matter if he is a farmer lawyer doctor or an editor it can be applied to every path of life Already the booklet has paid for the expense of its uubligation and is a source of great pride to the Urecken ridge News Time press of Kentucky including seventyfive newspapers have given kind notices to Joys of The Press Orders from all over the United States have been received for copies of the little dream and there is no telling how many miles it will travel A Garden of Roses The yard at the homepf Mr and Mrs John C Jarboe has been a perfect rose garden the fences and archways have been laden with the pink rambler all this month and it is like a picture in a flower catalogue The Misses Jnrboe have sent boxes and boxes of roses to f their friends and the abundance cf 4 l these beautiful flowers have furnished Avuntold pleasure IDo 1Ifi1IIi1ia118afJljIliinIlit1 1Sred perI r WANT A PICNICIt gi50 ter00 o I j atjales red 7 00- m I i iRaces Amusements Balloon Ascen centsrj == i i T TIU Tumq 1 GJ II t 1 if y 10 t 1I i f r J I j l Q f 1 4 u r wL I Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH tfROUBLE It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrporl 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 Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesdays 11 1 17aSttk klt tkSea kAisSsSta 1 FOR SALE- s I t xxx A numberof Farms dif forest Sizes and Prices tc x g The Bank of Hardinsburg s 8 Trust Co s JI a- aaKtirnrvrtrrrtKartrrr rrr rrKraK i ROLAND CHINAS tI 4 I f 15 FallI Boars and IIsired by the 500 at County pound bourIIwill and weigh growing up to a Will be crated for shipment andregistered in purchasers Iname at 15 and 20 WIiiJ Owen Hardinsburg Route No I SonII t + r + NE- WLivery Stable M Stephensport Kyititi- tI m f lNewyl Mfii1 fr iifr i1 i+ If you have any riding or MMdriving to do or if you want A W Feed of any kindwe can furnish you alsoUYour patronage will ho uppreciatedM SMITH HANKS Proprietors Stephensport Ky Send Us Your Name WEhave a good proposition money and want to tell you about it Write today for par ticulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 030 Broadway NEW YORK NV i 1 fJ y LODIBURG Held over from last week Mr and Mrs W B Arga bright spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Luther Argabrights near Brandenburg Miss Nannio Payno and Kline Robertson have returned home from Hardinsburc where they have been attending school Mrs Gus Gibson has returned to her home at Cloverport after a visit with friends and relatives Misses Ida Ater and alkyl Bas ham spent Saturday the guests of Miss Lena Atkisson of Mystic Miss Blanche Payne is visiting her sister Mrs H O Keys of West Point Mrs Edna Parr has returned from Union Star Mrs Ed Robertson of Irving ton spent last week with her mother Mrs Harriet Payno Clyde Gibson and Roscoe Keys made a flying trip to Irvington SundayProf Martin of Ilardinsburg spent Saturday in town Mrs Grayson Payne spent Wednesday at Irvington Dr John Hardin and family of Brandenburg visited J W Brown Sunday Sam Hardin of Kansas City is visiting A M Hardin Mr and Mrs H A Ater spent Friday at Paynesville- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use For the Best results try News Want Ads Notice All persons having just claims against the estate ot 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 will cause legal proceedings to be instituted to enforce collectionMrs S Newsom Executor of estate of Dr R L New som deceased Now is the time to use a Want Ad BEWLEYVILLE Held over from last week Miss Rosa Lou Shacklot of Garrett and Miss1 Minnie Smith of Guston spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Magurito Stith Mr Justus Tabor of Vertrecs Hardin county and lien F Cument of Sirocco Mcado County were at C H Drury last week in the stock business Bewleyvillo Sunday School will have an elaborate program and observe Childrens Day first Sun day in July- Hurlbert Cain arrived homo last week and will remain through the summer months- G N Lyddan Irvington paid his respects to Bourke Cochran MondayTom Dyer of Custer was here SaturdayE Ilardaway recently pur chased of Bill Miller of Big Springs for W G Hardaway of Cloverport one pair of very fine mulesSome three or four of the neigh bors sot out tobacco Sunday Wo boliovo that the Civil authorities should not permit this Douglass Dodson of Custer was in the neighborhood last week Murray Blanford of Washington City youngest son of lIon Chas Blanford and Miss Lillian Burch of same city were married in Baltimore on the 29 inst The bride and groom will be in on the 5th of July to visit for a while about tho old home If the best Is not too good for you Lowlsport Best flou is the flour you ought to us- eAdvertising is the Key note of success L Tboisinds Have Kidney Trouble and New Sispectt it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours health a a brick dust ment orsettliiig- stringy or milky- appeamnceotten condi tion of the kidneys too fre quent desire pass it or pain the back are also symptoms that tell you the and bladder arc out of order and need attentionWhat To Do There comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects to hold water and pain in passing it or bad effects use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable properties If you need medicine you should bydruggists sedi indicates an un healthy to in kidneys is inability scalding following immediate restoring mplwaYouKflmerCoBinghamton J SwampRootN Y on every bottle TAR FORK Held over from last week Every farmeris busy preparing tobacco ground Willie Fuqua is recovering from pneumonia fever Several from here attended the Decoration Services at the Chris tian church the 5th Sunday Miss Nellie Sherron has returned from Ilardinsburg where she has been attending the Normal Mr and Mrs John Prescott and children have moved to Tennessee where they will make their home Mr Prescott will be Greatly missed by the F S of Eo workers Miss Esther Frank of Evansville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Clint Frank of Matting iy N B Rice of Clovorport is spending this week with friends and relatives F II Chancellor was in Clover port Friday Rev C L Golf attended the Sunday School Convention at Oak Grove SundllY- Hnmuel1Iuflet died at his home near Keenan Chapel Saturday May 28 1910 of pneumonia fever lie was past 83 years of age Ho lleft a wife and two daughters and a host of friends to mourn his loss The remains were laid to rest in the Till Fork grave yard Sunday If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTRIABIG Held over from last week Taylor Kasoy wont to Hard ins burg Saturday on business Misses Vennio and Vertio Moor man Pattye and Ermin Cox spent Friday at Vino Grove Dr Strothor of Owensboro will arrive on the tenth for a few days visit with his mother and sister Herman Lucas fell and broke his arm one day last week The little boy of Mr Henry Davis who was thrown from a buggy and badly hurt is reported a getting along nicely Mrs Nan B Nelson is in Cincinnati visiting her sister Mrs Melville Snow don Mrs Jack Collins and daughter Miss Pearl loft Saturday to visit relatives in Indiana Miss Leo King has returned home after spending a week with friends at Custer B S Clarkson spent several days at home last week Charlie Crider and Jack Collins spent Thursday in Louisville Rev King is attending the District Conference of M jjslltibiirqh 1V Y o r I t tI South at Irvingfon this week Roy Howoy and Carter of Vine Grove spent Sunday with the Misses Martin Miss Hynes and Strother Hynes ars visiting thcirgrandmother and aunt at Eltron Messdames Nathitn Board and Pate Dowell spent Thursday at Vino Grove Albert Thompson of Guston and Bob Ennon of Ekron wore here Friday looking after the tobacco that is in pool here J H Meador returned from Louisville Sunday Mrs W A Hynos and daughters Misses Ruth and Margaret have gone to Columbia to attend tho marriage of her cousin Chas Barnett to Miss Lina Rosohfiold Mrs C B Witt is at home after a visit of several weeks with rela tives in Louisville and Indiana Gale Meador attended the Grimes Cramo wedding at Eliza bethtown last Thursday Rev King tilled his appointment at Custer Saturday and Sunday Van B Nelson returned from Louisville Saturday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Notice Sealed proposals for the lowest and best Lids for furnishing all material ex cept brick and sand and for the erection 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 Truste- esSTEPHENSPORT Held over from last week Albert Potitt and daughter Mrs Allen Stiles and little daughter of Tell City were guests of Mrs Pike Conn last week Mrs Rhodes of Irvington is the guest of her daughter Mrs P N NovittMiss Mabel Moorman of Irving- ton was the guest of her aunt Mrs M L Roberts this week Miss Mattie Milinor of Union Star was the guest of Miss Pau line Moorman Saturday MrsG W Payne and Miss Lena Payne wore in Louisville one day last week shopping Mrs K B Blainoand children spent last week in Louisville guests of her mother Mrs Tames Biggs The supper given by the Masons Saturday night was wellattended Mr and Mrs William Withers of Ilardinsburg are guests of Mr and Mrs Scott Bell If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use KIRK Held over from last week The News is like a letter from homo The farmers are busy now plant ing tobacco Everybody around is going to takoin the airship contest on the 18th of this month Lon Jarboo is on the sick list Mr and Mrs R M Crenshaw arc coming up to take in tho airshi contest on the 18th T J Ryan has a fine job in view and will make from 450 to5 per dayR G Scroggms the blacksmith of this place is undecided whether to take his now location in Tonn or not Wo hope he wont If the best is not too good for you Lowlsport Best flour Is the flour you ought to u- suCblldro Cry FOR FLETCHERS O ASTORIAju 0 uu = J0 trJllr FOR SALEAT Jersey Stock Farm i 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 jjii Write or phone rfi i H I GARSUCH Irvington Ky l J 1 t1fl THE BUSH SANATORIUM N i j INCORPORATED e 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky dff 4 j DR EVELYN BUSHri iOSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGEoThe Sanatorium is equippedwith all modern conveniences forcj t k the treatment of diseases by i N Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods c Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage i t ti iCbtl ATLER T WIrMUlVIDIreetor ya yae Late ol Battle Creek SanatoriumoPI Correspondence SolicitedI 0 8- 1I j If Pci i I RURAL TELEPHONES H ijIk Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call onthe ttgx manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph fr fa Company and have him explain the special Far t I II t retfliers Ii th- I I I M p fi i 1 1Incorporated CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Iili 0Il be fKr ra33r r rr T rrr3a 9a3r r r r 1I f I ec a- teave7YPURdllAsINo 4 SC liE t tIs FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS i for only 25 The regular price is too Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of arS25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready Y rnow buy one for future use i I 1 I PRINOIPALCou1f1wl t ty- d Nov haveBUSINESS BIJSecond lPos IVihas has l rollrcc I Anything to Sell or Tradell 1ve horn tEl a j HA- LPO t If yolk have and will let usUekadvertise it for you you ttei rm will sure ffind a blastrma trader for it right awaybeenhelm I I tI sucoteaci Scots g News Want Ads Bring Results HE ti- paYo SUBSCRIBEr j r u j II 1 r iwn- 4 tJ V n t a Ml 1 a tF M an l iTiTU i IiT T 1LIl Distinguished Kentucky =Judges i By A Louise Babbage In the one hundred and ten counties In Kentucky a king could put hiH crown on the heads of at least a score of reliable Just Judges who have Ierfcct executive ability and ore pleasing the people for whom they are acting as public servants MOUNTAIN JUDGE A typical mountain man strong In j character honest and upright Is Hon B A Fuson Judge of Bell County k Court He stands in the front rank of l the Judges of our State Since his election last November ho has taken a firm stand for the good of Boll Coun t Jy and the rights of his people One if the best moves which has been It ado for this county for years is the recent purchase of the farm and the establishment of the County Infirmary for the poor which was due to Judge Fusons Influence This will shut off one of the largest revenues of graft I known in that section of the state DETERMINATION NEVER FAILS- Determinationi is the secret of suc cess declares Judge R R Wedding t who made two races for the nomina ii Countyiibefore ho gained tion and his election to the office of t iicounty Judge came as easy as falling ore a log Ho has been prominent In politics for twentylive years and has i shown himself eminently qualified in every way as presiding officer for the I Fiscal Court of his home county Judge Wedding is a lawyer of high L I standingHONOR IN HIS OWN COUNTY A prophet receives honor save in his own country but Judge Robert f Woodfordfi t this proverb He is a bluegrass man J from the crown of his head to the II soles of his feet having been born and 1 1reared In Woodford County which Is tho birthplace of his parents Mr and Mrs Robert H Stout who are still living Judge Stouts political career began in 1893 when he was elected city attorney of Versailles the county I seat and ever since he has climbed r steadily to the throner 1 SOUTHERN COUNTY JUDGES JJ C Lovitt judge of Whitley Coun te ly Isa staunch Republican and has always been a leader in politics He was elected county clerk one term and is now serving his second term as i county Judge One of the best known Republican J S FORRESTER Kyhb I 13 Forrester Judge of Harlan County who was elected to that office last November In a years time he will have reached his half century life IjtpOSt fBUSY AS A BIRD DOG j N H Moss Judge of Adair County i has been a Republican always and been as busy as a bird dog in since 1886 having served 12 IIhas as justice of peace Mr Moss born September 1 1860 near hGradyville where he lost his wife and five children in tho Big Creek Hood which happened there June 1907 His home Is at Columbia Ky Judge Moss vjiijai Master Mason HAD SILVER ISPOON IN HIS MOUTH v The happiest political race a man loan win Is when ho is elected on a fticket without opposition and this was tithe case of W N Cook county Judgo ijSr Alien County who went Into office slant November He went into politics fjiwltli a silver spoon in his mouth for he has always been fortunate having been county treasurer eight years in tsuccession He got his start as a teacher In public schools He lives at IgcoUsvlllo AY NEVER SET HE WORLD AFIRE UT IS ALL RIGHT kludge JV Percy Scott who was elect county Judge of FaY llte after a i j Inocratlc regime extending almost and the memory 01 map ta aI1 ve of Lexington and 19 about fifty e yeafm offiti AltIiii ja Uepul w- q jt I k1r i MOTHERS WHO 11AVE- DAUGHTERS Find Help in Lydia E Pink hamsVegetable Compound Hudson OhioIf mothers realized the good your remedies would do delicate Uirls 1 helllvo there would bo foyer weak and ail- Ing women Irreg ular and painful suchtroubles relieved at once in many cases Lydia E Plnkhains Vegetable Compound is tine for ailing girls and rundown wo men Their delicate organs need a tonic and tho Compound gives new ambition and life from th- e1lrstdosoMrs GKOHGE STMCICLEII Hudson Ohio R Xo 0 Box 32 Hundreds of such letters from gratitudeforble Compound has accomplished for LydiaELynnMassMassYoung Girls Heed This Girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods backache head ache draggingdown sensations fainting spells or indigestion should take immediate action to ward off the seri ous consequences and be restored to health by Lydia R Pinklmms Vegetable Compound Thousands have been restored to health by its use If you would like special advice about your case write a confiden tial letter to Mrs Pinklmiu at Tjynii Muss Her advice is free iul always helpful lIcan he has been regarded as n very conservative one with apparently lit tie interest In politics until his elec tlon last fall by a combination of Re publicans amt disgruntled Democrats gen then ha regarded his chances of election so remote that he did but a small part in the canvass For many years he has been in the hemp buying and manufacturing busi ness and has accumulated quite a for tune Judge Scott has absolutely no official training unless his service as a member of the Board of Aldermen of this city be taken into considera tion Mayor Thomas A Combs a Democrat appointed him to the posi tlon giving us his reason that he needed him as an adviser in the bustI ness and financial matters of th- ecitya statement that was used by the Republicans for all that it was worth during the last campaign Those who know Judge Scott best claim that he Is consecrated to duty and predict that while his administra tion may not be brilliant It will be honest and conservative He has none of the arts of the politician and fs generally regarded as a cold propo sition A FORTUNATE JUDGE Last August Dr J D Fitzpatrick was nominated for county Judge of hotelier County over his protest and although ho was a strong Democrat and the county Is GOO Republican majority he was elected in the November election That was his first step Into political life for he has always been devoted to his medical profession and has a good practice at Whltesburg AN IDEAL AND LOYAL JUDGE- It will be a hard matter to say too many good things about Hon A W Plckorill so think tho people of LaRue County and no one could censure them because he Is truly an extraordinary county Judge He received the Democratic nomination for county judge in December 1908 and was A W PICKERILL County Judge of LaRue County Ky elected to said office in November lOp Judge Plckerill is secretary of the LaRuo County Fair Association and Inn great measure has made the fair a success by his untiring efforts In speaking of Judgo Plckerill the other day one of his home people said Judge Plckerill is a mighty fine all round good titan Ho is an ac tlvo church member and an interested worker In public schools His dangtv jars are charming young women who add greatly to the social life of Hod ieqsvIHeHo Is not only jiVprdifllnefit sought after man and arf impartial L ti t IJ Ce I + county judge but he Is a prosperous farmerGOT KIN FOLKS BACK OF HIM If aristocracy has anything to do with a mans winning n political race that Is one reason Hon F P Sebroe was elected Judge of Carroll County Judge Sebren has aristocracy piled mi In bushel baskets In his family as his father was an own cousin of Col Rich and Johnson Vice President of tho United States Col Johnson will be forever known In United States his tory as tho slayer of the great Indian chief Tecumseh Judge Sebrec hal been largely Interested in tobacco but m F P SEBREE County Judge of Carroll County has devoted most of his later years tc farming and stock raising He is rt popular man and a just Judge Mtasos Frances and Ruth daughters of Judg- and Mrs Sebree are most attraetiv- young women of Carrollton LIVES ON OLD STAMPING GROUND- A Judge of rare dignity and Judjj- mont Is ledge George William Cou- lter I of Danville Boyle County JudM Coultor Is In his fiftyeighth year 01I agd and has spent his life in Boylle County on a farm He Is now Hviiu on land that was owned by his people when Kentucky was Virginia H started his political career in 1894 when he was elected deputy sheriff ol Boyle County serving In that capac its until 1S97 when ho was electee high sheriff for two terms then Judge of the countythe olllce he now holds It is said that a county never had i better officer and Judge Coulters pc lit leal success Is attributed to tha fact and also the fact that he always attends strictly to his own buslnesi and leaves other peoples business alone A CREDIT TO THEIR COUNTY- It is a wonder the people of Breck enrldge County have not had thou JOHN P HASWELL JR County Judge of Breckenridge Coun ty who has been appointed as Special Judge In Meade and Gray son Counties heads turned over the honor and laud ation given her two citizens Hon L L Waggoner and Hon John P Has well Jr Mr Waggoner is county Judge He is a very conservative man and is exceedingly well liked by his people Mr llaswell has been twice appointed to preside as special Judge in Meade and Grayson Counties besides having succeeded In getting many other political plums Ho IE always giving his people glad sur prises and just what he Is going to do next in the way of a political stunt is being watched for with eagerness MEMBER STATE BOARD OF CONTROL Judge Garrett Wall is one of the best looking Judges in Kentucky and is as good as he looks and as success ful His life has been a most Interest Ing and useful one and his home town Maysvlllo is quite proud to claim such a distinguished son Judgo Wall is sixtyfive years of age Ho was elected county Judge of Mason County in 1873 and again in 1877 and has been honored time and again with other politicaloffices Judge Wall was appointed a mom ber of the State Board of Control by Gov Willson January 10 1910 for the fouryear term His homo Is at Mays vlllo and ho has three children one son Garrett B Wall who has charge of tho real estate department of the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Co and resides in Richmond W Va A JUDGE OF PROMINENCE James Ji Benijl tld eiiBilien Circuit Court for tbi+ Twi wew save- Y II A II t EVERY FARMERAs well as every business tnnn should have a bank account I WHY Because Your methodYour money is safer in the bank than nnywhoro else paysItmenMoneyA bank saveThisYour bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky t A r y J Judicial District composed of Clark Jessamine Madison and Powell Coun ties is forty years old and lives at Winchester which has boon his homo for twentysix years He is a natlvo of Madison County and was educated In the public schools of the county and at Central university at Rich mond and received his degree of law from the University of Virginia His parents still live at the little village of Waco in Madison County Politically Judgo Benton Is a Demo crat and ho has always taken an ac tive Interest In the affairs of the party In April 1302 lIe was appointed clr cuit Judgo by Gov Beckham to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Judge Thomas J Scott In 1903 ho was elected to tho full term without opposition In 1909 he was renomi sated by the Democrats of his dls trict receiving a majority of 2400 over his opponent and carrying fS of the 00 voting precincts in the district The Republicans gave him no opposi hadepubelie office Some of tho most Important cases In the Judicial history of tho State have been tried by Judge Benton His decision In the Borea College case which declares the law to bo that no mixed school can be conducted In Kentucky was alllrmcd by the Court of Appeals and also by tho Suproim Court at Washington BORN NEAR THE CABIN OF LITTLE ABE Judge F Boone Rapier of the Nelson County Court was horn on Knob Creek In LaRue County within a stones throw of tho cabin that was the only home that Abraham Lincoln ever knew In Kentucky He Is a son uI of the late lIon Nicholas A Rapier His education was received at Gothso I manl and Ceclllan colleges When a houseshess was married to a neighboring girl in the person of Miss Sallle Thompson They moved to New Haven where they remained until ho was elected thenuto Bardstown whore he served two terms Then the greatest sorrow of his life befell him In the death of hip wife She Is survived by three sons and three daughters who are three 01 the most charming girls in that ctrv He was elected county Judge last November without opposition He is and has always been a staunch Democrat a Roman Catholic and a highclass gentlemanNOT YET A PERFECTLY GOOD MANIJudge Cholf of tellsinbethtown who was elected circuit judge In the Ninth Judicial District last November has had a hard light for health and has missed presiding over two or three sessions of court However Judge Chelt says he Is not dead yet and will come around all right His optimism Is great He said It is all wrong for a man to get sick In fact any one who would do a thing like that should be shot but nature somehow or other has so arranged things In this world that we must sometimes lay up for re pairs A SUCCESSFUL POLITICIAN OF GRAY3ON Judge C W Clagett who Is now serving his second term of odlco for Grayson County Is llftyslx years old Ho was born and reared In the same county and lived on a farm until elected county Judgo In 1905 He served the county as sheriff three terms His first term as Judgo was most satisfactory to tho people and ho was again elected In November 1909 upon the Democratic ticket as he Is an uncompromising lifelong Democrat Ho Is a staunch Cumberland Presbyterian and stands high in social political and religious circles W R SHACKELFORD A PLEASURE TO ALL W R Shackelford the county judge of Madison County was elected to that office in November 1909 and as sumed the duties thereof on January 3 1910 Judgo Shackelford being hu man has faults but these are over ehadowed by his virtues from know ing him one comes to love him and his virtues stand out so prominently that his faults disappear into nothingness He may sometimes make mis takes of judgmentthough his judicial career furnishes few Instances of such Ho will never bo aught but true and just to a litigant or to one who has claims of any sort on his consld oration and he never lacks the cour ago to maintain and defend his convictions and contend for what he to Moves to be right and just Gtal6dr tr Cry FLETCNERSCA A 11jj I PRETTY LEGEND ABOUT CORN Truly Poetic Fancy That Is ChronI- cled In Tales Told by Iro quols Indians There is a beautiful Seneca story of the origin of corn in Canflelds Legends of the Iroquois as follows Long and earnestly a young bravo wooed a beautiful maiden and at last gained her consent to live In his wig warn Fearing that she might be sto len by one of her many admirers ho slept by night in the forest that ho might be near to protect her One night ho was awakened by a light footstep and starting up saw his loved one stealing out of her lodge as a sleep walker He pursued her but as If fleeing In her dreams from a danger that threatened her life she ran from him like a fleetfooted hare On and on he pursued and finally drew so near that he could hear her quick breath and the rapid beating of her heart With all his remainltvg strength tho lover sprang forward and clasped the maidens form to his breast What was not his grief and astonishment when ho found that his arms clasped not tho maiden he loved but a strange plant the like of which he had never seen before The maiden lad awakened Just as her lover overtook her und frightened at her surroundings she was transformed She had raised her arms Just as her lover caught her and her uplifted hands were changed to ears of corn and where her fingers caught her hair the maize bears beautiful silken threads Marvelous Discoveries ninth the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines tele grants without wires terrible war inven tiouH to kill men and that wonder oi wondersDr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by coughs colds lagrippe nstbnin croup bronchi tis hemorrhages tiny fever and whoop lug cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affections it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James 1L Black of Asheville N C R R No 4I wRites it cured him ofan obstinile cough after all other remedies failed 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co JAPANESE TEST OF MADNESS How It Was Applied by Order of the Court In the Case of a Con victed Murderer Recently at tho Tokyo appeal court before Judge Miyamoto a farmer named Glsoi lIaseba 2C years old convicted of murdering his parentsinlaw and severely Injuring his wife at Osato gori Saitama prefecture In 1908 appealed from the Judgment of the Urawa local court where he was sentenced to penal servitude for life Since April last year during the public trial of the accused he has not uttered a single word This attitude led tho judge and the public prosecu tor to concludo that hd feigned mad ness as the last resort hoping to got released He was medically ex amined by Dr Kure and Dr Miyake and In this examination Dr Miynke adopted a singular method There Is a belief that the blood of a venomous snake Is soluble with that of nn ordinary man but not with that of a madman The doctor applied this principle to tho examination of tho suspected lunatic and sure enough the blood of the venomous snake did not dissolve in the blood of the accused Thus the doctor concluded that ho was really mad The other doctor also gave evidence about the lunacy of tho defendant The Judge ordered that the trial should be postponed until tho accused was recovered from his abnormal conditions Japan Advertiser forThe man who dodges the problems of life often has a better time than the man who tries to solvo them Dont let the baby suffer from eczema sores or any itching of the skin Donus Oitnient gives instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for children All druggists sell I- tNotice e That resolutions of respect uro published at 5 cents per Tina Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter RECEIVERS SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky L M Tague Plaintiff Against KentuckyIndiana Natural Gas Oil Co Defendant Equity No 3241 By virtue ol a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered atMay Term thereof 1010 In the above cause for the sale of the hereinafter described property all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at Cloverport Kentucky at Fishers Drug Store Corner to the highest bid der at Public Auction on the 25th day of June 1910 at 1 oclock P M or thereabout upon a credit of six months the following described properly to wit all leases I which said company owns upon land in Breckenridge County Kentucky or elsewhere Franchise and privileges which said company owns to scjlgas to the citizens of Cloverport Kentucky as per franchise granted by the city of Cloverport to the Cloverport pipe line company now owned by pur chase by said company bydeed of date made May 18th 1909 recorded In deed book 59 page 236 in the Breckenridge CountytCourt Clerks office All the pipe line gas wells complete or in om plete derricks drilling machinery engine boiler and any and all tools fixturers and appliances belonging to said company of whatsoever kind of character togetherwith the franchise the compnnyfpossesses as a corpora tion also all the contracts and emolu ments whichtthetcompany possesses for the sale to persons or corporations in Cloverport Kentucky the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond benring legal inter est from theday of sale until paid and having the force nnd effect of a Judgment Lein retained to secure pay ment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Approximated debt interest and cost 1366995 = Lee Wnlls Receiver Kept 1 he King At Home For the past year we hnve kept the King of nil laxatives Dr Kings New Life Pillsill our home and they have proved a bier singj to nil our family writes Paul Mnthulkaof Buffalo N Y- Eas but sure remedy for till Stomach Liver and Kidney train les Only 25c at Severs Drug Stole = = = SAMPLE 111ZJtQlclrMrs Ed Brown nnd children of Hawesvillo aro visiting her sis ter Mrs James Armstrong on Beech Hill Miss Birdio Driskollof llarncd has returned home after spending several days tho guest of her sis ter Mrs L II Wiles MrsTWill JoUr was in Irving ton Sunday tho guest of friends Mrs James Armstrong enter tained J Thursday 11 Mis Dan Haynes Miss Ethel Dowell of Locustlllill Mrs Ed Brown of Hawesville Miss Beulah Varble of Philpot Mrs A P Varblo and Mrs II T Dowell Mr and MrsI Robert Weedman of Gut4on are visiting relatives tiara this week 11r C Armstrong was in Louis ville Friday Mr and Mrs A P Varblo and Miss Boulah Varblo spent Satur day ttnd Sundnyllnt Mystic the sOffMr and Mrs G R I French and family Miss Ethel Dowell after an ex tended visit among friends and re latives hits rcturncd her home t at Locust Hill Carl Armstrong wont to Bran denburg Thursday on business =If thcbcst is not too good for you LewisportlJBest flour is the flour you ought to use gPressByg work compiled by Louise to the Breckenridge News office Price 15 cents the copy r r J u W Ai i4iAl ff j 1 F 4rJY7ZSr n1 r1 rp J + rn i THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday I Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lintslcimrged for at the rato of 10 cents per line- OllrrUAHIES churgcd for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advance I Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please I notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910 THE JOYS OF THE PRESS W P Walton In Lexington Herald The Herald is in receipt of a pretty dream booklet entitled Joys of the Press by Miss A Louise Babbage daughter of John D Babbage editor of the Cloverport News to whom and to the members of the Kentucky Press Association it is dedicated Besides introduction the accomplished author an appropriate and amusing by ess and a recital of her own experience and the joys she finds in her newspaper work the little volumo is made up of contributions from a number of Kentuckians in Newspaper Work who tell of the greatest joys that they have found in the profession if it may bnso called The contributors include Editor Henry Watterson and other distinguished newspaper men among them our own Samuel Judson Kobcrtj of the Lexington Leader who says ho has found most pleas ure in advancing civic and political ideals softening sectional and partisan differences and promoting a spirit of tolerance and good will in the community Miss Babbage is one of the cleverest and most enthusiastic of newspaper women and has made goodall along the line whether helping her father on his paper writing magazine articles or for syndicate contributions The idea of the Joys of the Press is a creation of her fertile brain its unique as it is creditable nnd praiseworthy Miss Babbage who is known as the Sweetheart of the Kentuc ky Press is as pretty as she is talonUd as The Herald will prove in a few days by printing ir counterfeit presentment of her Copies of her Dream Booklet can be had by ending fifteen cents to her at Cloyerport or to the Louisville Kook Store Louisville where it will be on sale on andafter JJuno US Paymaster Ferry has iinaugurated a new system of paying oil the men at the shops Instead of paying in currency ho sends checks to Master MechunicPlank two or three days before the regular pay day This system is pleasing everybody employees merchants and bankers The banks keep open to cash tho checks and the merchants lkeep open house to sell goods The pay roll at the shops last month amounted to 658345 for shp mun alone while his whole roll including trainman amounted to 132515 This shows what the railroad is doing for Uloverport Mr Otto Taguo arrived from Lima Ohio Saturday He says he hhs illnde nrlllt1 111onlo with all tho creditorsi of the KentuckyInd iana Gus Co to take the company out of the hands of the Receiver and put it in rood + vurimg odr toed on n safe and sound basis It is welcome news to all our citizens who are interested in the success of this enterprise Mrl Tnjruc understands tho gas business thoroughly and his plans are to linisli thti well started sometime ago which will give plenty of uu fur all WIIM want to use it Following this ho will put down a well for oil The young man who finds himself u n oft job should be reminded to try his hun Iuti If 1111 iiII r Thor luis u btsn a tunicI ill twenty years when farm Ir 1m ui a k 01In mmandcd a better price All ho needs is a little+ h t b n vt a d f lui iis not too lazy to work and will stirlk to it hl will soon h n iml jjciiclmit citizen wilh ca job that will last 7 L 1 Jj THE ANNUAL ti l til til l JUNE WHITE SALE l b- tt 1 II to Is now in progress Everything in White has been marked specially for this sale at extremely low prices lPI SPECIAL VALUES IN WHITE WASH GARMENTS r J White Wash Suits 298 They are made of good quality linenfinish suiting perfect fit ting in sizes for women and misses White Wash Suits 498 Made of imported repp and fine quality Victoria Suitings in plain tailored and lacetrimmed styles White Summer Dresses 198 Lingerie and Lineno Dresses in lacetrimmed and tailored styles some slightly soiled from handling White Summer Dresses 398 Sheer Lawn and Soft Lingerie Dresses elaborately trimmed with Val lace insertion medallions lace yokes etc Many worth twice the special price 308 White Summer Dresses 598 Exceedingly handsome summer Dresses of fine quality lawn Swiss and nainsook trimmed in the latest styles with lace insertion and medallions Nice Fresh Muslin Underwear at less than tne cost of mak r u A handsome special coach the nicest train that ever run over the Branch was provided last Saturday by Master of Trains W R Hcnsloy for the delegates to the Womens Home Missionary meeting which met in Hardinsburg for a four days session last week When Col Roosevelt arrives in New York harbor next Satur day he will receive the most remarkable welcome ever accorded a private citizen in the United States It is estimated that there will be twenty thousand people in the parade The Louisville Times aviation meet and big ships and things in midair next Saturday and Sunday will be a recordbreaker from present indications The police of the country are still on the hunt of the murderer of little Alma ICellnor It is to be hoped that the brute will be run down and captured Jesse Moorman nndT Robertson Jr of Glendcane were here Monday It looks good to see these noble sons of our oldtimers in Cloverport Oklahoma City has been chosen as tho permanent capital of the State of Oklahoma Try our Want Column Right Now its has at that will suit Do not buy you I have Muslin All kinds than you can make it Nice Line of 50c up to 250 also Mack silk White Wash Skirts at New style 11srore White Linene Skirts 100Iit bottom with two tailored stitched bands Extra White Wash Skirts at 150 Two excellent style Wash the plaited the other in Hare style finished with stitched bands and buttons Both styles are exceptionally good t White Wash Skirts at 1 98 At 198 you may select from half a dozen handsome styles in addition to some highclass sample skirts pure Irish linen W imported repp The best lot of Wash Skirts this store had to offer in many days at less than 200 to Girls White Dresses ur Many special values will be offered in White Lawn Dresses i S for girls from 6 to 14 14 years of age They are trimmed in a dainty monner with line lace and embroidery and will be shown at special prices the one at 298 the otner at 408 1n f I I ingINCOIIPORWTED Railroad Rates For Aviation Meeting Louisville promises to be the of thousands of Kentuckians on Juno 181 when a Aviation Meet will be held under the auspices of The Lou isville Times at which several of the countrys most famous birdmen will be seen flying in their aeroplaned Reduced rates will be on all rail roads and lines in Kentucky and Southern Indiana Dont Forget our Want Column Attractive Poster The Breckenridge News is just in receipt of an elegant poster from The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Com panv Advertisements always attention Attractive posters for ad vertising banks and other business enterprises are made in excellent taste at the printshop of the Breckenridge News forget to try a News Want Ad Ii can Big Lot Laces lOc nice lino Of For Men and for and will suit c Orders in PromptlybrFilled inII 1 The U S Government in its PureatFood Law does not indorBeor guarantee preparation as dn manufacturers in their would make it appear In case of medicines the law iretalnlabels if they ingredients of the Erpreparationswellknown cold in the head hay fever and nasal catarrh II doesnt contain a single injurious fWrj I so the makers have to print Wjj G fin- fact that it complies fully with the frequirements of the HI Cant Do Without The News I da Haviland Kan June 1191iDear Mr BabbageAs we tailed d I get The News last week will write at w a long ways from home feeco colostcorn are both looking fine I think tbn InisI dont think I will ever be tc farm in Kentucky although I expect tc Fr pay all of you a visit in the near future Yours respectfully da S V Moot J Right Nowip1 r h0- I II 10JliQll 10 JII ctolJn10 Czoiz0t- h THE TEST OF GOOD CLOTHES gu O x f JST as the Government tests the armor plate for fleet so every n 1 Kirschbaum Fabric is tested and not up to standard U Ve less than absolutely pure wool is and process of Pu1 making and finishing is carefully watched Then when you that every garment is handtailored you have reason for the resistance the U i ofol KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHESInt B The Kirschbaum Label is a warranty of good insures most for 1 1lleast It means greater moneys you prove for if you inaptsist upon this label when you buy We guarantee these goods Should you find j imperfection in the cloth or tailoring of a Kirschbaum handmade reSelturn and money be refunded o I- we For House Cleaning CnrpetsRuander them all prices all until see what Ladies Underwear of muslin underwear at Alexanders cheaper Ladies ReadyMade Waistsfrom under finished Skirts one large pearl values andjlhas two Low Mecca great offered interurban attract Dont every the the the the skirts at 5c worth of ladies skirts at popular prices A Snappy Line LowCuts Oxfords Boys Ladies spring summer now iin stock at prices that Mail inJW any Some advertisements the are family remedy for IVl simply all law In are and satisfied Subscribe iQo fighting rejected if Nothing accepted consider vi- snJeartest clothesit worthin fact yourself garment same will readymado Ladies Wash SuitsA- ll fro 1 colors at 500 a suit worth 660 in- 1 Ask to seethemIYou will find the most complete evisof white goods and wash goods inJBreckenridge county 1 Ladies Trimmed Hats Ru Nice line of ladies ready to wear onlhotsi Pot 1 KentuckyldtnI o 1cI0I1I C 0III 0 I =iDL n Q0j 01 1211I OL 1 0Jj oG IHto ll- i4 l- t If t r Jiiiit tr 4r t iItr iW M iW- Y 04lJ n I i y r r Y 1 t rrrrrnrrrr rarrrrIlrr rr- A7 Reliable Remedy 1 YcIrARRHElys I I ti quickabsorbed lvet Relief at Onco tr it cleanses soothes protectstho brano resulting from Ontnrrh and drives Restorestawny size16oLiquidOreatuEly Brothers 66 Warren Street Now York I the Breckenridge News Jk WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910 Local Laconics k you going to McQuady llAre you going to McQundy Chas Pate is seriously 111 Ice cream cones at Johnsons 5C Are you going to McQuady r Fresh fish at English Kitchen Mrs Sam Bishop is quite sick vjjirnon Farmer is in Henderson Are you going to McQuady 1 i Qtto Tague of Lima Ohio is here 1 R o Willis went to Louisville Tues day It I L D Bowlds spent Sunday in Skill t i man Miss Flora Macey went to Holt Sat furdayJ I Ii Ed Dillon of Hardinsburg was here ji tj Sunday t Harry Newsom was in Hardinsburg j last week 14 Best lunch in town for 15 cents at jX1 1j Johnsons to Miss Margaret Carter spent Sunday Irvingtony was here from Hardins burg Sunday Chadwick McCracken spent Sunday rinf Louisville J Edmund Wroe Iis home from Fh mm t qngsburg Kyf When you are hot stop at Johnsons and got cooled Pure F orMr and Mrs Chas Berry spent Sun some day fin Stanley tents Are vou going to McQuady lse of S H McCracken has returned home cer I from Louisville the 1 i centsI TobinsportIId 1Inq arrh ttwas here Sunday ifIi r Capt J H Rowland spent last week ut Itl Stephotlsport 11 thtifI Mrs Mike Siems spent Sunday In I i l lHolt with friends Are you going to McQuady vS John Haffey spent Saturday and Sun It day at Whitesville 1191 Prof Wm Martin was here from ed tt ti Irvington Monday te asa Stop at Johnsons and get the best Id feei cold drinks in town anMiss Inabelle Morrison is visiting re Ie lslatives at Lewisport well ed tEd Morrison spent Thursday and sect ttFriday in Evansville uture Mr Crews of Hawesville spent Sun r day with G M Harvill floor Misses Carrie and Claudia Pate were In Louisville Saturday Mrs Barney Squires is ill at her home on Railroad street Jt1Mr and Mrs Wallace Skillman spent week end in Henderson Illthe ice cream on the market at 0 Johnsons 30 cts per quart El Mrs George Cox of Mystic was the f j guest of friends here Thursday 0 Are you going to McQuady nMr and Mrs John Ridge and son Gault are in Louisville UVernonoj Miss Reynolds of Louisville is the A west of Miss Mayme DeHaven Olen Dowell has returned from a visit to his parents at Union Star 0 Misses Lottie Matheney and Lucile O EvansvilleOInsurance Office on Main street i iMr Edward Connor of Rome is spending the week with Clint Reid Alvin Pate living near Hardins School House has a very sick child o Lonnie Ritchie and Tommie Fritz were here from Hawesville Monday t Mrs Walter Graham has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville jJ daysjt i Mr Jabe Haynes of Union Star is J visiting his daughter Mrs Chas Hook rr Are you going to McQuady Mr and Mrs James Sahlie have been visiting Mr and Mrs McClelan at Rites r RunMr and Mrs Marion Behen have one of the prettiest homes in Clover port Miss Nellie Hinton of Axtel has re turned home from school at Bowling Green Have you seen Pattern Book C at Noltes Store Its a rare treat to home flovers Mrs Jake Miller and daughter Missit t i IIi a =r iii- ir lJ Helen were visitors id Stephensport SundayMrs Hurbert TInlus is very ill at home of her parents Mr and Mrs theI B Taul Mrs W B Paul of Mnttlngly who has been seriously ill for sometime iis no betterMr Mrs Frank English are at Red Boiling Springs Tenn the guests of relativesMrs Seiffert of Evansville spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs Chas May Mrs Joe Harpole and daughter of Louisville are guests of Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehouse of West Point were guests of relatives here last week Mrs Abe Skillman went to Morgan field last week to visit Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman Mr and Mrs Wilburn Gregory and son Francis Lee are visiting W 0 Holder in St Louis- F D McNally of Fordsvile was here Tuesday and enrolled his name On our subscription list Mrs Thos Bohler who has been ill at her home in the West End for sever al days is improving Mrs Oliver Shellman and daughters of near Stephensport are spending a few days with relatives Miss Louise Bonner of Mexica Texas came Sunday to visit her slater Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven Are you going to McQuady If the party who took the lock from the oil house door at this office will call we will give them the key Mr Victor Orendorf and little daugh ter Almo Lorena visited Mr John Hampton at Kirk last week Mrs J B Frymire Misses Adele and Mary Frymire of Chenault have been the guests of Mrs D II Severs Frank Blaine and little daughter Miss Lillian of Stephensport spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs Graham JollyMrs Alf Hawkins and twin daugh ters Louise and Lucile visited her parents Mr and Mrs C B Pate last weekMrs Walter Sherman and daughters Virginia and Margaret of Toledo Ohio are guests of Mr and Mrs W H BowmerAre going to McQuady Mrs Wm Boutcher and little son of Lewisport spent the week end here with her parents Mr and Mrs Joe MorrisonSocial at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening June the sixteenth Everyone invited and a delightful time is assured Carey and Ernest Weatherholt of Toblnsport were guests of Misses Beatrice McCracken and Hazel Holder WednesdayMr Mrs James Dejarnette of near Stephensport spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents Mr and Mrs Milton Brown Mr and Mrs Edward Steward ar rived last week from Louisville to make their home here Mr Steward has a position at the ice plant Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer gave a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of their mother Mrs Francis Sawyerwho was seventynine years of age Hazel the eighteen months old dau ghter of Mr and Mrs D S May near Hardinsburg died Sunday morning Whooping cough was the cause of her deathAre you going to McQuady- If you want Disc Harrows Corn Drills Double Shovel Plows Cultiva tors Riding or Walking Mowing Machines or Fertilizers call on Julian H BrownMisses Eliza and Louise Taylor of Custer have been the guests of Mrs Willie Ritchie at Rock Haven Mrs Ritchie returned home with them last SaturdayMiss Fallon returned Monday from a visit to Mr and Mrs Joe Fallon at Fordsvllle She was accompanied home by Surah McAdams and Joe Fallon Jr- Remember my shoe sale is going on and continues to go on until June 15th I am selling mens womens and childrens all styles from Common Sense to the latest at costJ H BrownMrs Frank Mattlgly was the delight ful hostess at The Castle Monday afternoon to the ladies of the Mission ary Society of the Baptist church Delicious refreshments were served and twenty guests were present Are you going to McQuady 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 to Mrs Lucy A Hunter Glendeane Ky Postponed Presbyterian entertainment is postponed n f tl I t w I r I HERE AT HOME Cloverport Citizens Gladly Testify And Confidently Ktcommend Doans Kidney Pills It is testimony like the following that has placed Doans Kidney Pills so far above competitors When people right here at home raise their voice in praise there is no room left for doubt Head the public statement of a Clover porfrcltizen Price Graham Railroad St Clover port Ky says I can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that lives up to representations For four years I suffered from disordered kid neys and the secretions from these organs were too frequent in passage obliging me to rise several times slur ing the night Wlenever I caught cold it was sure to settle In my kidneys and greatly aggravate my trouble My back ached severely and when I stoop ed I was seized by sharp twinges throughout my loins The ache In my back at night greatly d sturbcd my rest and in the morning I arose feeling lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and languid Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers Drug Store relieved me in a short time and it re quired but the contents of four boxes to effect a complete cure I can state that this cure has proven permanent and it therefore gives mo pleasure to recommend Doans Kidney Pills to other persons afflicted in a similar mannerFor by all dealers Price SO cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United States Remenber the nnnieIoausandt- ake no other Goes On The Gross Farm Dear Mr Babbage I have got my tobacco planted lam on the A J Gross farm and I have planted 13 acres of tobacco and It is looking nicely I have got 50 acres of corn and it looks fine W M Carman IIolt Ky Are you going to McQua- dyIRVINGTON Will Star With A Normal Com mercial And High School Assured Irvington June 13Specia- A meeting of the promoters of the new school for our town held Saturday evening was characterized by great enthusiasm Sufficient stock has now been taken to make the school a cer tainty A committee was appointed to secure the most desirable location a number of sites are under consideration and it is safe to say that within the next ten days the location will have been decided upon Already the effects of the school as a surety are being felt in business cir cles especially among the Real estate holders Irvington is coming to the front Get your eyes on our town and watch her come Are you going to McQuady Just a Few Bargains 17 pounds Granulated Sugar L 18 pounds Brown Sugar 1 7 Bars Lenox Soap25c 7 Bars Red Wrapper Soap 2Sc 3 cans Pink Salmon 25c at Babbagcs this week Pleasant Evening Mr and MM P E Scott entertained a few of their friends Saturday evening at their home on the Hill to a six oclock dinner Covers were laid for the following Mr and Mrs Ormal Frank Jas Frank of Hardinsburg W B Pate and family Hayden Pate Misses Settle and Alice Pate cf Mat tingly Rev and Mrs Frank Farmer Mr and Mrs R A Pate Misses Mit tie Pate Hazel Holder Emeline Lewis Audrey Perkins and Annie Mabel Kramer of this city Are you going to McQuady Ditto fvloorman Mr William Ditto announces the en gagement of his daughter Miss Mary Cornelia Ditto to Mr Raymond II Moorman The marriage will take plate at the home of Mr and Mrs David Fairleigh at 1223 South Brook Louisville Kentucky at three oclock Thursday afternoon June the thirtieth Returns Home Mrs Allen Kingsbury has returned to her home from Dr Simons infirm ary Her friends are rejoiced to know she is recovering rapidly Young Men to Entertain The young society men of the Epworth League will give a socialThursday eyes ping at the home of Rev Mr nnd Mrs Dillon The affair promises to be most delightful and every Leaguer is invited y N 4- l I 1 t + + JVAN+ I WartsTi ii- Tr rtrrnr rrrrrrLostt Strayed or Stolen PItOlIT W Stones farm the 8th day or Itfjn a bay warn with white In face souls White on hind fcut unit foretop hoped oir Anyone NHutnit u nuiru of this description pleiise notify W tIt IMnkle Covorport Ky sad rtwlv ruwiird for trouble For Sale Store WF wish to sell our stock or goods consist NotionsistcIoodhuslneoHCiisliman Son Itaytnond Ky For SalelIay Oats and Sugar Cane FOR SALK Hay oats and Sugar Cane at Tar Springs Hotel Wanted Stave Makers VTAIVrEI liy OH dmiutl Coo eruge Corn vartiluInrsKentucky For SaleI =Scholarship H 1 BowlingGreenBreckenridgeNawsCloverport wow CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Everything for Hot Weather IIseverOI Drug fort Co L4A1 sMOetLr + JfIII 4 Henderson Route Notes Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Pares on sale June 1st to Sept ao Inclusive returning not later than Oct 31st 280 round trip to Henderson from Cloverport on sale June 20 and 21 and for train no 141 on June 22 returning not later than June 25 Account Ken tucky Educational Association AVIATION flEET LOUISVILLE Ky 300 Clovel port to Louisville mind return June 18 aud 10 Good to return June 20 On account of the above oc cnsiou Homeseekers rates to the w s1 and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Henderson County Fair Henderso u Ky July 20272829 30 Good to return July 31 1910 280 rounp trip front Cloverport Commencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train No9 will not go to Falls of Rough There will be no connections with this train for halls of Rough Louisville Harket Report Louisville June 14 1010 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 100 1 Oz Corn No 2 white 65 OatsNo 2 mixed 30 EggsMarket quiet case count 17 rehandled 18 PoultryHens 14 and 15c per lbj roosters 8c j young chickens 19 c 22cj ducks IJJc turkeys 12c geese 6- cHogsTops 935 light pigs 830 Roughs 865 down Cnlves Market firm best 8 8M medium 5Jn7lf i common 2M IiM Lambs The heaviect tmn of the season Market lower The best brought 916 seconds 700 725 cltlls5 050 WoolThe market Is dull and lower Kentucky and Indiana clear merchan table grease wool 2424 Bluegrass wool 2526 burry wool 11 lSc according to burrs black wool 19 20 dead sheep and seedy wool 15 17c merino 18 20c tub washed 30 340 ropeAmust be dry and in good condition and heap tags taken off I IrmlH irf1I hrir tti i rl A sizea patternand hundreds ofdecidedly a prc to suit all fancies different ideas The Matter of Selection can be quickly settled in your mind by PATTERN BOOK HC whichcontains page after page of unique suggestions C In this book we show actual color reproductions of over 500 patterns of all that is new and desirable in Carpets Rugs Linoleums Mattings Curtains Leather Goods etc We bring before you hundreds of the latest ideas from one of the largest wholesale stocks in the country C Your every want is here Bring your friends and let us take you through this halfmilliondollar stock represented by the pages of PATTERN BOOK C Well gladly show you J C NOLTE BROCloverport Ky Little Baby Dies Alfred Bishop the only child of Mr and Mrs Joe Bishop died Thursday after a short illness Ee was only two years of age and was a precious baby boy Honey Locust Valley Abe Pumphrey of Cloverpurt was here a few days last week Miss Ellen Ryan attended church at St Lawrence last week Ira King of Louisville was the guest of Miss Agnes Crenshaw last week Miss Annie Gillians was in Patesville last week Misses Agnes and Tressie Crenshaw Nellie Halley and Nellie Sims spent Sunday afternoon at Tar Springs Honey Locust and Tar Springs cross ed bats last Sunday afternoon the score was 12 to 5 in favor ot Honey locustIf best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Notice To The Public As a part of my lllcial duty I de stroyed the ballots cast at the Novem ber election 1909 on May 31 last While performing this duty I discover ed that the ballot box and ballots of Hardinsburg precinct No1 were miss ing When I was sworn in as clerk I supposed that all the ballot boxes were In the office and never made any examination until I burned the ballots- II now offer one hundred dollars re ward for any information that shall result in finding said ballot box and ballotsWitness my hand this 1st day of June 1910 H M Beard Clerk Breckenridge County Court ROSETTAI Miss Virginia Head of Irvington spent a few days last week with Miss Eula Chappell Mr and Mrs J W Mercer were guests of Mr and Mrs W E Basham SundayMiss Estel Dowell of Garfield spent last week with Miss Nellie Adliisson Mr and MrsFloyd Triplett and baby of Custer spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs W King Mr and Mrs Taylor Carman spent Sunday with Star Ross and family Rev Simpson of KIngswood preach Dont Ask us How its Done for We Delft Know Ourselves ALL we do know is that the Tailoring Co of New York and Chicago has instructed us t- oReduce Prices on 5G of their best selling fab rics so starting from today if you pick the right fabrics you may save as high as 800 on your Summer suit Remember these are not spec ial bargain fabrics they are regulation goods that were 800 higher before this announcement was made To Measure Only J Te OCONNELL I Cloverport Ky Jed at the Methodist church Sunday eveningSeveral from here attended the bap tizing at Haynes Sunday afternoon Rev Argabright of Lodidurg Is visiting his daughter Mrs W B Bas ham Mr and Mrs Dudley Gilpin of Cus ter spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs W N Adkisson Several from here attended District Conference at Irvington last week W G Lawson and family were among those who attended the Wood man celebration at Guston Sunday Miss Ruth Board was the guest of Miss Bessie Brown Sunday Miss Katie Ross is visiting Miss Calla Ross this week Mrs Mattie Priest visited Mrs Clara Lawson Monday- If the best is not too good for you jewUport Best flour is the flour you ought to use a0I 000C 101 iIoff a0oIII 00- a A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your DolJ rs Earning For You YOU can findno safer not bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in t- heBANKo ompund CLOVERPORJwith thel interest semiannually and no better way of paying your fills than by check whoioby you always have a record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USAoo II O wantsOIIOII o lI JII u0Jll CiOEQJL 0JII 110 r i- rw i 1 i s wiIw r 7 T i re fy I1I pc The Lure e 4 CHAPTER XVII MOIIK TANGLES ILLAKD passed the card to H Merrlhew who presented It to Kitty Smith had already seen It lIe waved It aside moodily La Slgnorluas eyes roved as in an ef fort to find some way out 41115 a pretty kettle of fish said OMally rather pleased secretly In I having created so dramatic a moment Theres nothing for us to do but to clear out bag and baggage Then La Signorlna rose to her feet She took the card from Kittys fin gem tore it into many pieces and flung them over the wall 4o have been betrayed I sue cried R storm In her eyes Betrayed In what munnor asked Hlllard Her highness has had no hand in this I know Some ono with malice has done this La Slgnorina her arms folded her lips compressed Into a thin line of scarlet the anger In her eyes un abated began to walk back and forth OMally gripped Smith by the arm and pointed to time gates Two carablnlerl and an Inspector of F seals dusty but stern of countenance came up the path Time Inspector came on Wlthont touching his capu bad sign he laid upon time tea table a card and a newspaper familiar now to I them all- Slgnora lie said politely but coldly to the whlloni prima donna will you do me the honor to explain this We have sonic doubts as to the authority upon which this invitation was is sued She spoke evenly almost Insolently The Invitation is perfectly regular Everybody experienced a chill This time time Inspector bowed Then her highness will occupy her villa She Is already In possession I am I the Prlnclpessa dl Monte Blanca calmlyHad an earthquake shattered tho surrounding hills and gulfs opened at their feet it could not have spread terror more quickly among the transient guests at the Villa Ariadne than this F declaration They knew that she was not time princess and here calmly and negligently she was jeoparding their liberty as well as her own She was mad The keen eyed Inspector took mental note of these variant expressions Your highness he said his cap setting the dust on the stones lying a thousand pardons for this disagree able Intrusion It was not olllclally known that your highness was here It Is nothing replied the pseudo I princess Only I desired to remain Incognito for the present And the seals purred time oil IIcml1I We shall go through that formality the morning after time ball At present I do not wish to bo disturbed with the turning of Ithe villa upside down as would be time ease were the seals rcImoved That will require time permission of the crown your highness Then you will set about at once to secure this this The cOl11ma air permlsslollI any one You will telegraph to Cranford Daring In tIme Corso Umberto Prlmo nome They will supply you with the necessary details and Information The Inspector spoke to the carablnl erl und the trio marcbed to the gates Loud were the exclamations of dis may from time unfortunate Americans and only Hlllard and Merrlhew show ed faith in La Slgnorlun and her proto estation that she would straighten out the tangle without any additional misfortune coming to her former as sociates In the opera troupe Kitty OMally and Smith however were convinced that a dirty Italian g t prison would he timely ultimate resting l place Suppose we go and break the news to Worth remarked Smith 1 OMnlly assented stopping n moment In front of La Slgnorluu J We have nfl been together for many weks he said Yet who you are Done of Us knows The shadow of u smile lay upon her lips and Vanished My name Is Sonla Hilda Grosvenor And her voice was music Tomorrow said Merrihew Im S going to look up the jail and engage 7 rooms ahead It might be crowded both ho and Hlllard rode back to their quarters for tho night but they l found that sleep was practically out of l the question u f t The morning sun nanred over flip I f f Li T I F Q the I MaskBy I I HAROLD i MAC GRATH i i Copyright 1908 by the Dobbs Merrill Co 44 4 + t4+4+ hills throwing utica shadows In Ithe gorge below OMnlly sullied As till wind veered Intermittently there came to him the perfume of the locust troop now In full bloom Pletro rocked his legs crossed his face blurred in the drifting tobacco smoke No more tourists Pietro No Pletro sighed lid you over see La Signorlna be fore Do you know anything about her Never Nol answered Iletro with the perfect candor of an accomplished liar Have you ever seen Xltto She come Iletro got up with alacrity La Slgnorlnu was as daintily fresh III Item pink frock as a spring tulip Her eyes wore shining but her color was thin I have been looking for you Mr OMnlly site said I have just re calved a tclcgrnm from her highness OMally accepted time yellow sheet I emmaI make out a word or two he said Its III Italian I forgot apologetically Ilrlolly La Princlpcssa dl Monte Blanea gave Sonla Hilda Grosvenor full authority to act as her Iroxy In giving the ball As for the Invitation she knew absolutely nothing about it Tills lost statement rather staggered the erstwhile concierge If time prin cess hadnt issued the Invitation who time deuce timid The dreamy pleasurable days at the Vllfa A riadne were no more The spirit of suspclclon now stalked abroad And there were acomlng and going of the ninny needed extra serv tints a to and frolng of extra garden ers and carpenters and time sound of many hammers Time ballroom and time dining room were opened and aired anti the beautiful floor polished In Florence there was n deal of ex citement over Ithe coming affair for time Villa A rind lie had once been tthe scene of many a splendid entertain ment There had always been a mys tery regarding the Princlpcssa dl Monte Illanca Many doubted her actual existence Hut the prince was known all over Europe as a handsome spendthrift And the fact that at this precise moment he wits quartered with time Eighth corps In Florence mILlI ed largely to the zest of speculation- As for IIHIard well Indeed he understood I now why Mrs Sandford hadii warned him lie understood now i what time great mistake was He was always at her heels now I but speaking no more of his love She understood and was grateful Once she plucked a young sc and gave It to him and he was sure that lice hand touched his with pity though sue would not meet his eyes At 1 oclock on time afternoon of the liLy before time ball now that time noise hull subsided and the servants 1 were in their quarters La Signorlna I went Into the gardens alone An hour I earlier she had seen IIHIard mount and ride away the lat time but once There seemed to heat down upon her that oppression which one experiences a nightmare of being able to fly so Iin to run madly timid yet to move always pursued by terror Even now there was u single avenue of escape but site knew that she could not profit by it and leave these unfor tunate derelicts to shift for them selves Love She laughed brokenly and struck liar hands In suppressed fury A fitting climax this All time world was mad toni sue was tho mad dest in it Some one was coming along the path She wheeled impatiently She wanted to be alone And of all men Worth was not the one she cared to see lint the sight of his pale face and set jaws stayed her words She waited restlessly I have something to say to you he said upon which your future wel fare largely defends I am llstenlifg She showed sur prise There has been a tremendous wonder as I understand about this ball In regard to the strange manner In which the Invitations were Issued Have you found out who did It she demanded Yes Time light In his eyes was feverish Who was it fiercely I Issued those invitations You lIar lips parted Yes I am the guilty man Tho list was the main obstacle I repre seated myself as secretary to her highness And von have tliA rttvDterv tn lon i Sure Cure UI would like 1io guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of Frozen Camp W Va- UII have found no med- Icine equal to Cardul I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dui and now I never have the headache any more keCARDUII The Womans Tonfc The pains from which many women suffer every unnecessaryIts to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardul for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible the scientific the right way Try it fcss your crime to me her fury blaz lag forth Call it what you please What purpose hind onin mind when you did tills cowardly thing I hull a definite purpose Au Imposture like yours Is a prison offense You have seen that I love you yet III ways ignore me You must marry me You are hiding a threat I shall hide It no longer Marry me or I shall disclose the imposture to the police Oh Then she laughed the laugh tel of one In deadly auger Mr Worth do you suppose even had 1 en tertained some sentiment toward you that it would survive a circumstance like this I am waiting tom your answer Yes or no Nor Take care lie advanced I am perfectly capable of taking care And Mr Worth you will leave this villa at once And If you do not go quietly I shall order the servants to put you forth You speak as though you were time princess he sunned Till Thursday morning I am1 Ln Slgnorlna replied proudly A man who loses his last throw is generally desperate lIe seized her roughly In his arms She struck him ixross the eyes with full strength lIe pispcd and released her IIf 1 were u man she said quietly mt with lightning In her eyes you ihould die for that She left him Worth burst into tears He went to bis room got together his things und hoe secretly into Florence On the night of the ball there was a lirllllnnt moon Rosy Chinese lanterns itretchcd from tree to tree The or ihestru was playing Strauss the mea Immy waltzes from Time Queens Lace Handkerchief Bright uniforms ii nd handsome gowns hashed by the opened windows Loaning against the door which gave sntrance to time ballroom from the hall vera two ollicers negligently interest ed in time moving picture Shall we go No no Time prince himself will bo tare at 11 lie was singularly enough not Invited land knowing the story as II do I am curious to witness the iceneIIHIard peering gloomily over their shoulders overheard Time prince Oh his must not be There could be only Inc prince in a matter of this kind EIo pushed by the Italians without ipology for his rudeness edged around Su struck hint across the eyes ho ballroom till ho reached La SIgno rinas side Ho must save her at all lazards The jirlnco himselfi will be here at- Lil he whlflnorpil r 4 00- r1IWbatlifnce7 Dl Monte Blanca Come thereosine to lose I have been lidlainvniy parrlage ready Thank you but It is too late She smiled but it was a tired and lonely little smile She had long slnco armed her nerves against this moment Ho stepped back discouraged He would wait and woo to any who touched her At precisely 11 the music ceased for Intermission There was a lull Two carnblnierl pushed their way Into the ballroom Tableau Which among you Is called tho Prlnelpessa ill Monte Blanca k was asked authoritatively I am site said Ln Signorlna step ping forth What do you wish You lire under urrost for Imposture Yon are not the Princlpcssa ill Monte Blanca I I I I Iii 11 wildI withI t despair started to Intervene As the earablnlerl were about to lay bands upon Ln Slgnorina a loud voice from tile hallI stopped them One moment A olllcer In riding brit lies and dusty boots entered and approached the dramatic group II1I lard and Merrlhew recognized him in stantly 1 It was the man withthe scdr This woman explained one of the carablnlerl saluting respectfully Is posing as your wife highness We are here to arrest her Do not ttouch her said the prince She Is the Prlnclpessa dl Monte Bl anca my wife To be continued GARDEN HINTS A Fernery and How to Arrange It Inexpensively Many a bare and ugly recess In the wall of a house has been made Into a beautiful and interesting spot by con verting It Into a fernery I can call to mind said u grower of plants the furnishing of just xn li n place u small glass house which by Its cool sliady position was used to keep a few plants longer In perfection than they would have remained in n sunny part In the course of time some building and planting took place which effectually blocked out the sunlight and rendered the place unlit for flowering plants The stages were removed and In their place some rock work was built upon a- very simple plan which proved de lightfully effective us affording at nil seasons a pretty sceno und serviceable accommodations for time growth of plants The back and walls of the house were facet with n rugged mass of burs from n brick field making It something like the Interior ofit nive A bricklayer was employed for this part of the work which was com HAKES ROOT FERN menced at some little distance from time wall and gradually brought nearer as It proceeded upward occasional large blocks being firmly cemented to the wall and strengthened with bold fasts and between the walls nnd the burs good loam was rammed In from bottom to top The planting of this rockery took some time to complete single handed but was Interesting work The task was to make till pock ets or openings left for the purpose at Intervals In the work und Insert the ferns Some of the larger ones won planted III projecting receptacles bum In most cases It was found the best plan to stuff the necessary soil Into a chink or gap then place the fern in It sad lastly to introduce a piece ot bur to close It In The strong growers soon found their way Into the loum ot which time bulk of the bank and tilling Df wall consisted Some varieties need special compost In planting usual ly u tnlxuire of turf peat torn In pieces with a proportion of sliver sand and broken pots uddod und In some eases broken stone and pots wltn sandy peat are suitable It Is quite worth while to build u house expressly for growing ferns to perfection by givl ing them tthe shade und moisture re quired The wonderful variety ot forum In fern foliage is amazing The fairy- like elegance of mutiny kinds and tthe magnificent fronds displayed by others supply some wonderful contrasts Then there are climbing trailing and pendu lous kinds suitable for suspending In baskets and ferns with variegated Toll age Sclaglncllas although not ferns answer well to plant anywhere on ledges and In crevices In tho fernery and they soon spread right and left sometimes running a yard or two where tthere is no soil at all feeding an the moisture supplied by other plants Does This Mean You Indigestion sour stomach constl- etion then headache backache and a eneral miserable feeling Do you now that the pleasant herb tea Lanes amlly Medicine Lanes Tea moves he bowels each day and will remove ill these troubles almost immediately- f you do not know itRet a package 6day at any druggists br dealers 2sc I J i- tt J l- I01I j L 1 f loj f 0j J1 w CANT MAKE POLICE BELIEVE New York Youngster Who M he Guardians of the Peace Were Not So Officious There is n very small girl In this town who believes in police persecu Lion that is to say she believes that it exists though sho is anything but in favor of it says the Now York Sun Her homo is downtown on the East side and sho goes to ono ot the kindergartens on tho upper West side Tho young ladys mother has to work and so the fouryearold goes to kindergarten alone Silo starts out with two nickels tightly hold in a small palm and shes just tall enough to reach up to the elevated ticket of flce to secure her transportation Tho ticket chopper is kind enough to deposit her ticket for her Everything goes well on tho uptown trip because In the crowd sho Isnt noticed But when sho starts homo shortly after noon there is trouble Every policeman that sees her insists that shes lost It Is useless for her to ex plain that she knows perfectly well where shes going shes too small to be believed thats all Two or three times a week she Is bundled off to the station house in spite of her tearful protestations There she produces a muchfingered card on which is the phone number of a saloon near her home The saloonkeeper tells the po lice that its all right explains tho circumstances and she 1IB permitted to go her way But she is getting mighty tired of it just tho same A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Buckleua Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer of all such wounds as also for Ruins Boils Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store REASON FOR LIKING BARBER Customers Remark That Might Be Called Considerably More Than- a Hint The barber was a trifle more talka tive than usual and the customer having come directly from the den tists chair was perhaps hardly In an affable mood The knight of the ra zor opened fire In blissful ignorance of this however and passing glibly from the weather to foreign politics the rival barber opposite the practical value of religion was just begin ning to explain In detail his views on current educational topics when the customer suddenly growled Look here Wheres that assistant of yours the boy with the red hair Why hes left me sir We parted Saturday nighton friendly terms and all that you know slrbut Umph groaned the other I liked that fellow He was one of tho most sensible talkers I ever met I was going to ask to have him shave me always Weve had so many pleasant conversations Excuse me sir Interrupted the barber In amazement butyou mis take sir surely If youll remember sir poor Jim was deaf and dumb Umph He was was he Well perhaps that explains ItYouthsCompanion Had dyspepsia or indigtstion for years No appetite and what I did cat distresse t me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured meJ H Walker Sun bury Ohio British Election Tactics British electioneering tactics have tiaugcd Electors are no longer kid naped and forced to lose the poll The minor details of the campaign how ever remain time same Mr Labou chore for instance In his fight for Windsor in time seventies canvassed six hours each day for n month kissed babies complimented mothers and perIsuadcd fathers just us he would day But when the final survey made his supporters found that WIlSii thing depended on half u dozen And hero stepped in the diplomat Tory who went to fish in n punt OneII kept In the middle of the river his vote was useless Another untIlII und decrepit Tory was kept In house by cabs being put to run him whenever he tried to issue utii his door The 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Is The Best AfteriiooiiWtUt I Paper Printed Anywhere Has Itho best corps of cor Im respondentsndCoverstho ICcntuckyfieldI perfectly Covers the general news fieldcompletely Has the best and fullest ood markets reports- DemocraticUin Ir politics but fair to everybodyIWa Send Your Subscrip In ii urtsltionPTa to this paper not to Th Louisville Times I Iteti ethk heIIi11flllalB I IFYOUjtiimmc r IIDont think itl rfand IPays to- Advertise Iudyaytlm i Iline ii os w- llit IJ ra IIrts giii II ask some of ILeS nn I rjIIIr rj I they dont telt cm I I nrioYou1 tlu IItheir sales are abo Oet Iafmost double rc grNowk J time if you v Are Wisee This DaycAll persons wantinga copy pi Joys of the Press send your It BreckcnridgNews 16c postage 2c Order toda ibis ci ylac ceci 00 SONS f6 ke s t a in ane ti + m n U I II III S AW THE BRIGHT SIDE Madethe Most of an Unpleasant Situation group of wen were discussing nisi nature und the difficulty of ifcing always on the bright and gilt iDjg side of things when the dingy rk brown tide Is uppermost und uppermostjits a oalllon to nuke the most of thlbgs ills life remarked u man who used drive trotting horses for a living IB most striking illustration I over of that wan in a big horse raco at lUhty fair down tho state about ten rs ago The mull driving along of me let his horse swerve on tho k stretch and my sulky was upset- it caused a general inlxup and aired driver right behind me got un S I piecesIIElas I didnt HCCIU to bo much hurt d tipiley yo go glttln upl K the colored driver at me exclt puzzledSCIJ e he yo t wfl yo Isnnd in a mlnutoI ll sen roun hyah and haul us f pas the gran stan in a caih f lire enough they did and when iroyo up that homo stretch in the hack they sent for us that colI man was the happiest person I saw Now thats what I call Lag the most of thlngsClovoo r Plain Dealer iu It AJWoraans Great Idea Is to make herself attractive But ut health it is hard for her to be re J in face form or temper A weak rwoman will be nervous and irrlt Constipation and Kidney poisons or inpimples blotches skin crap aud a wretched complexion But endlc Bitters always prove a godsend wen who want health beauty ands They regulate Stomach Liver WSidneys purify the blood give jjnerves bright eyes pure breath hj velvety skin lovely complex1 IOst oil health Try them 50 at DrugStore butURTSHIP IN PORTUGAL Way the Young People Begin Their Lovemaking most Important event in the life in Portuguese woman is marriage r In Importance are tho early days tirtshlp for a Portuguese court y is the essence of romance and FAVB of the Portuguese lover are impicturesque Here Is a lit X In which Cupid is stage dl tyflt a young Portuguese sees in T ict a pretty girl with whom he like to become acquainted ho her Chaperons are not 1m obstructions He follows her I p to her very door and notes ress Next day ho comes again he young lady approves of him ie certainly saw him the day t she is on the lookout jtlmes hard fate In the guise of ngry parent prevents her and Itrgallant youth is kept waiting later she leans over the bal land smiles at him The happy 1I ties a note to a cord which the tdydrops from the balcony The pay the young mnn comes again IMine he rings at the door If the kes which the young ladys elders made prove satisfactory the e I Is admitted to make the ac I Ihce of the young lady After 1 lurtshlp in Portugal Is about as a Be as It is In Kankakce or Kala Leslles Weekly 1 can tell when youll mash a suffer n cut bruise tiara or d I Be prepared Dr Thomas l Qil instantly relieves pain nres the wound l bt a Laughing Matter f om family and homo by a eIjlde fat Mr Bodger had t clamber till he gained 1y cut in the cliffs face It arrow path and Mr Bodger narrow man Getting more I every moment he proceed along the fast diminishi- ngt t It faded suddenly Into wets would call sweet noth 1 Already he was overlap are It was Impossible to turn ed crowd watched his prog t above I Inearth am I to d07 gasped- peratelyon his four inch p gripped a tuft of seaweed I andIe came back a voles Lk you like but for good ont Jar or your weskit 11 OUantJure as eggs la eggsI swer- aS 0NOTICEto publish card obituaries free Jno D Babbeag r iii wE auY r- 1t Copyof send your ckenridg 1IeiILDrews j- y P iawe as Ile er tod8prpemiestrtrdustsT bdtIs ll- teoe wtMkpfCt I SONS dbnilie f AiiA1 1oMAl11AAdlliir rwNEWS WANT ADS COST I But They DO Much LITTLEI IIThey help to rent rind IsellI you have a Small Business and Want More IIIf Try a Breckenridgo News Want Ad BusinessIIfact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one 1 Write Call or TelephoneIIIf not convenient to leave your ads at The News the cost and you can mail stamps or t 1mAWtrwtJWt f11NWI AA KENTUCKY ROCK ASPHALT I An Ideal Highway Built of It In De troit Mich A highway of which a Detroit publi cation speaks in terms of high pralso I is the road leading to tho approach to the Belle Isle bridge It is surfaced with Kentucky rock asphalt under specifications from which the follow ing facts ate taken Tho subgrado was excavated and brought to an even surface eight and onehalf inches below and parallel with tho proposed surface of the road way and compacted by rolling with a ten ton roller Upon this crushed limestone two to four Inches in size was placed and rolled to three inches In thickness A second course of similar sized stone filled with lime stone screenings and sand was nLo rolled to three Inches making the foundation courses six inches in thick nessOn this foundation was evenly spread a two and onehalf Inch course of crushed limestone one and one half to two and onehalf Inches in size which was given ono rolling The asphalt was then spread being taken to the rond on wheelbarrows dumped and raked to a uniform depth of about threequarters of an inch in a looso state this being equivalent to about From Good Roads Magazine Now York LATINO ON TIlE ASPHALT forty pounds per square yard This was forced Into the voids by two roll ings Then another similar layer of asphalt WHS applied rolled twice left to stand until the text day then rolled again The same plan was followed during the two succeeding days the road being closed to trnfllc and one rolling cac1 day being given The road was then opened to traffic Constipation causes headache nausea 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 UNCLE SAM AS ROAD BUILDER Government Constructing Great High ways In Newly Developed Country Experts of many countries tiio mar veling at the great roads wL ch the United States government bs cou structed and is now constructing on the reclamation projects In the far western states nnd territories More than GOO miles of the most ex cellent highways that it Is possible for man to produce have been cow pleted and arc in dally use These of course do not include the byroads leading to many farms or the many other roads being used for the time being until the macadamized kind can be built Tho dry farmers have had good horses and vehicles since the reclama tion work began seven years ago and these good roads aro enabling them to haul their products to the towns and railroad stations and to send their children to school They regard them as the most important of all aids to progress and prosperity Many ot these pioneers own automo biles and it is no unusual sight to see on Saturdays or Sundays a dozen or more motorcars of the latest designs In any of the towns of the older proj ects It is interesting to note that Uncle Sam has only fairly begun tho buJJding of roads in this newly devel aped country and that ina very taw years the mileage will be reckoned in thousands where it is now counted in hundreds An Awful Record Every year thousands of men and women die of kidney disease who might I have been cured if its presence had been discovered in time and a prompt treatment with Kiduets adopted If you have backache kidney trouble or other symptoms of kidney disease begin using immediately Drug gists and dealers sell it for 00 cents SUBSCRIBEI- iJ What Some Girls Love to Eat Discover Ithe girl who dues not adorn what she rally n spread nnd you discover n young duly who has missed halt the fun of life Here are some extraordinary combination that were actually made and nttunnd survived In a girls dormitory Oriental Dream Use four slices of cake angel rake preferrodi the wbitp of one egg onehalf cupful of chopped almonds onehalf cupful each of chop ped dates and figs four teaspoonfuls of sugar Lay a slice of angel cake or sponge callerI on a plate Blanch alm onds by putting them In n bowl pour- Ing boiling water on thorn and then rubbing off the brown coating with a clean napkin Dry thoroughly before using Chop the almonds dates and figs and mix together Bent the white of the egg still and add the fruit and nuts and heap on top of tljf se of cake in pyramid form Sprinkle with u teaspoonful of sugar First n layer of nut meats nnd then a layer of fruit may bo spread on till cake and the beaten white of egg plied on top Tropical Treat Use oue cupful of granulated sugar onehalf cupful of nut meat one cupful of mixed chopped figs dates and seedless raisins Have a buttered tin cracker box or plate ready Molt the sugar carefully In pan or skillet over a slow lire Do not stir The Instant It Is molted take from the fire and quickly add nuts and fruit without stirring and pour Into buttered dishSweet Sixteen Sandwiches Buy square bakers rusks cut them up and down In thin slices Spread with but ter or peanut butter Then spread with sweet chocolate melted or choco late cream drops mashed or cut In slices ran llie used as tilling NightcapsI Cse marshinallow can dies snit wafers nuts On each wafer spread n layer of chopped nut meats or nut butter Toast a marshmallow by holding It over a llame on a hatpin and put ono or two tnarslunallows on each wafer or the mar shmnllows nuts and crackers may be arranged and nil put Into a slow oven for a few min utes and heated together 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 UterestEditor TAFT FAVORS STATE ROADS Chief Executive Thinks the Highway Question Not a National Matter National old for permanent roads a system of national highways connect ing the capital of the various states and of state highways connecting the various county seats use of federal prisoners for building roads and the establishment of roaduiaklng on a strictly business basis ore sonic of the suggestions made nt the good roads convention A letter from President Taft declared against national aid to any great extent The president says My own view of the good roads question Is that It Is chiefly a state function and that all the states ought to unite In an effort to promote good roads I do not think that the farmers aro as much interested In the matter as they oujht to In Next tn tdu titlon the system of good roods is the 11IIIt clvllhor Subscribe today Heroism What a hero ono can be without moving a finger The world Is not a field worthy of us nor can wo be sat isfied with tho plains of Troy A glori ous strife seems waging within us yet so noiselessly that we but Just catch the sound of tho clarion ringing of vic tory borne to us on tho breeze Thero are in each the seeds of an heroic ardor which need only to bo stirred In with the soil where they lie by an inspired voice or pen to bear fruit ot- a divine fiavorThoreau KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR COUCHS Ioa gal Settle Free- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATIBFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED The Arch The consensus of opinion among the learned is to the effect that the arch was Invented by the Romans Some claim that Archimedes of Sicily was the inventor while there are others who would make It to be of Etrurian origin but there can be no doubt about the fact that the Ilomaus were the first to apply the principle to archl tecture Time earliest instance of its uso is in the case of the Cloaca Max ima or Grout sewer of Rome built about DSS II C by the first of the Tar quln hue of kings n work which is regarded by the historians as being one of the most stupendous monuments of antiquity Built entirely without ce ment it is still doing duty after a service of almost twentyfive centuries New York American k The Word Slave An Interesting Instance In history of the twisted application of the names of a people Is afforded by the case of the word slave Now the Slav tribes dwelling m the banks of the Duclpor diTlvid lliolr appellation from I Slav mtiinliitf noble or Illustrious In the days lit the Inter Roman ear plre vast numbers of theseI Slavs were taken ovet hy Ithe Coimuis In the con dition of iptlve servniiH and In tills i way till mime of Ithe tribes came In time to carry wli It Ithe Idea of a low Htate of siTvliiid he esint tiitltlie sis of Its irlrltiiI i trirr and ono that has curs 11 id tn tlis tltto Remove the Mu T o- No plan tin priii IHiOote which dues nut IIHMIIIr iiMiI iir til roads If Illls iIs aneiurvl rF r tar proper time it l1 II n nii MIMI rim the season nail removes ilu mrser sbnre of that awful Imnleu HIM mini tax In this matter IHie towns unit ell les are equally Interested with the farmers and Iheir eoopenitlon Is no generally hard to secure If ttic matter is handled rightly lined drawing IIs one of those things tint must be se cured through cooperation If wide spread benefits are to be enjoyed Prosperity Follows Good Roads You show mo any community In this or any other state where there are good roads said a speaker at a good roads convention and I will show you n community where there are no paint famished buildings or tottering lean tos a community where there Is the nlr of prosperity thrift and progres sinn Altogether Different Suitor I have conic to ask you for your daughters hand Father Well the fact IIs we nee pretty crowded hero as It Is and I SuitorOil I intend to take her away from home if I mar ry her Father Oh well in that case But you did give me nu awful start my boyBoston Transcript Cat Please Everybody The manager of an asbestus mill conceived a novel idea for his an nouncements Ue had them printed on thin asbestus and Inclosed In envel opes of the same material As he was uncertain of the correct addresses of some of the stockholders he ordered his stenographer to write on each en velope Please Forward The Idea was clever but onq may appreciate time feelings of the widow of one of the stockholders when she received nn asbestus envelope address ed to her late husband with the Inscription Please Forward beneath the address LJpplncotts All Were Pretty During an equestrian performance a number of ladles in the front stood up thus obstructing the view of those persons who were seated In vain were they collectively requested to sit down till at last n happy thought oc curred to one of the sufferers He called out in measured tones Will the pretty lady In front kindly sit down whereupon about fifty old women briskly seated themselves London Tatlor Old School Prejudice Doctor I met a medical practitioner of a now kind time other day and I cant classify him Ho diagnoses all diseases by looking at tho finger nails of his patients What would you call him 7 I should call him a humbug Chi cago Tribune The Feminine Instinct What on earth made your mother bring homo that bundle of feathers llmiurel dont know dad unless it was becausp she saw it marked fdown Baltimore American y Yh f- R JAI 2A Louisville nenoerson WW fc St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 I 145i43I I 141 146 142 144 148 I STATIONS Dilly Dailyy Dally Dilly Dally Dally Dally Dill H 9 2l pm i 40 pm y 40am LvIOUISVILL5 Ar 1 Ihtn 12 apm tlH to 53 HH 81KAWUKUity rJI1rJ H- H lilSUOKK tI S JHt5 OJ to ro B1KUOUA r0 42 CJ2 19 C7 OS HH 1511 t9 14 8TI1fHca 3n 12 U7 r7 VS H- HH f5 17 HIAIUYN r1o1 H HH- H 1001 521 U2l WEST POiNTOJ 1201 anti H HC523 t112J HOWAltO HHtll581m to 54 H f5 31 to 30 BAKTLKS H ut cu to 411H t3T to 34HOOK HA YIN Hru 45 t0 41 r5 43 tll 40 LUNG 1 IIUANCII Htit 33 H 552 II 49 bKANlJKMWUd 11 3 3a2i5 5D fD 51 JlmONL Ili 10 Ii OS tlO OiOUtTON 648 1113 0081043 55025 1013 IKV1NU10N 1141 1103 101 rt3l 010 WhUSlEK tl0 Itj f5 42 34r5nrU ro CIa 37 SA511LE rio ai tG 1u 4t STElHENSlOHT loon 514 1658 tlO 49 ADDISON CIO 2 t510 ttu 50 HOLT tlO ID r oB o u m it U 7 15 1100 15S110tS t803fG16 27 745 PElltIK 937 tT 45 t731aI 29I23U16f70iI1t1TCB7 13 i2 Mini TSo isibpm OWENHUOKO 3 50 t815 3 45 6 M 8 40 CONWAY utTttl3173i3C140ta1J753769 9 18 SlOTTSVILLE 7 59 1311 0 13 001g55pa 230740um74Opmn f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louts No 141iIIstop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport- No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle Hast Bound Second Class 1st Class 1st Class Second dais 9 7 113 10STMixedDallyeptSunday pf6l s1110f720s1018f7iiOCl031f7ss 10 sO 59 S1220 Olendeaneu sS Us147 sID 13 5819 7 OU siasssliMl Dempster sS oil s140 slO 06 s125f8ClUOIlUOIf956fgOS 53iii5920 736 f 120 Eltmitch s705 81215 s 038 9 35 750 uFordsvllle 1210pm 935755 l2T Ar EllmitclrLv 7 55 f 130f 8 2U f 1 35eo Dundee f 7 35 4 W 1340IH 1Ufi 5tf34s15 s 204 f018 f 3 07 Bremen hUf5 SO f 144flO 43 f 3 2iJllllporL 535 f 121 fll 18 1343 Anton ffJ 12 f 1A0 1145 s450n 12 O 115i 19400HMadisonvlllehu 1 140m 120 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 2 If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of tho following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking fore recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business elf you want cash for your property send price andjdescription at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together onnblingbuyersJno D Babbage 950UT acres 3K miles north of Hard near the Hrandenburj road Well watered pleiitv of timber for Improvements uoublo LOR house small stable Good rich land line for Barley tobacco Terms eusy loC further lntorma tlon write Jno D Habbago Cloverport Ky C 2 3 140 acres 2 miles from Ouston POOUU 3 miles from Irvlngton well watered lays well Itood younR orchard Rood yardstrol1dwelling with kitchen on buck porch two good births barn and tenant house and cis tern back In the field i moat and hen house wood shed will sollon easy payments plenty ot small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dubbago Cloverport Ky 67AonE FARM 5 room cottage hall and stockbarnhouse and lien house and a variety of apples neverfallingHighSchoolCO OflO For ltto acros tour miles west off Plondoane 3 miles from brunch cultlvntlon corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwelling Iyk =TIiE Fifth Avenue y HOTEL Louie Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr- I V AYcI J 0 housesllOntyj purposesgoodFOl combinedSALEStore wholelenlthexchange for U dwelling house In Clovervort e1Vu11POlt SALEA containing 250 acres and Uyel5u store room over It two good stock barns peachtreesmostallnicevinyardsovaralgrovesof kwlroEkrooonuelongpoit SALE A splendid stand for a druggist surroundedbythe place for some young physIcian to step buslResAnI CloyerportparticularsretireIs ilir iUTho most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In tho city making ahOOrate- Only ono block from tho princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass tho door toJail parts of tho city- Everything neat and clean 2- rt 4- Tc I t I = J IIRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT I BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT r Miss Daisy Trent who has been the guest of her brother and sister Mr and Mrs Haynes Trent left for Louis ville Sunday Mrs Emma Stites Sipple and little daughter of Louisville were the guests of Miss Laura Hale last week I Mrs Tony McCoy of Louisville has returned after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs G L Brady Ed Alexander has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati One shot of gas has been struck here while the oil company was boring for oil This is a most promising prospect for oil- Miss Julia Greenwood left last week for Brandenburg for a ten days visit to Mrs George Woreland and Mrs Henry GoughMrs Jas Bolin and daughter Keba spent the first of the week in Louis ville shopping Miss Maggie Greenwood of Clover port is spending a few days as the c guest of her aunt Miss Maggie Green wood Mrs Emma Mather after spending a month as the guest of her son T C Mather left for Anderson mad Fri dayThe funeral of Mrs Minerva Hard esty seventy years of age and an old resident of the county took place at ten oclock Monday morning at the Mt Merino church and was buried in the church cemetery Mrs C L Chamberlain spent Friday in LouisvilleMrs Piggott has returned from Ilardinsburg where she went to attend the meeting of the Womans Home Missionary Society Mrs Brandenburg has returned from Louisville where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Montgomery for several days txKetKKetM rlKt rrrrrrbr HARDINSBURG NEWS BUREAU fr SPECIAL +e kki AAAitAAAAitAAAAAkilAAiOAili5151A O rJ Hook has new floor in the County Court Clerks olllce This to ether with the new painting and varnishing and the clean ing up of the interior by Clerk Beard and Mr Dow makes Herbert Boards olllce an attractive place File boxes nave been ordered for all the records of the olllce This will add to the con venient looks of this department of the Court House M H Beard representing the Bank of Hardinsourg and Trust Company and Allie H Kincheloe representing the Farmers Hank were in Elizabeth town last week attending the Fourth District Meeting of the Kentucky Bankers Associatiou Davis Dowell has accepted an in surance agency and olTers a strongly attractive policy in one of the best known and thoroughly reliable of the old line companies Robert A Smith has returned after a visit of several days to Mr and Mrs Orrin Hardln of Cloverport Born to the wife of Sheriff Dennie Sluerau Thurs ay June 6 a girl the ninth child of the family Prof J Hale Edwards left Friday for Terra Haute Ind where he en gages in superintending and directing Chautauqua affairs the season A blggameof base ball is promised for next Saturday Leitchfield will meet in royal battle our nine upon the local diamond In a close game re cenlty McDaniels defeated the Leitch field team by a score of 2 to 1 and as Hardinsburg last year defeated Mc Daniels in a closely contested series the corning game is attracting con siderable attention Teachers examination next Friday and Saturday Franklin Beard a visitor at Falls of Rough several days last week Circuit Court Clerk Lee Walls was in Cloverport Saturday on business The pupils of St Romualds arc rehearsing c for their annual exercises which will be held at the City Hall June ai Capacity houses mark these exercises each year This years program is intended to equal or surpass any previous one The proceeds will go to the library fund Judge John P Haswell has returned from Munfordsville where he served as judge in a twoweeks special term of the Hart county circuit court Mrs Elizabeth Eskrldge of Louis villa Is the guest of Mrs Coleman J ijHaswellY Miss Sallie Clemmons of Rockvale tf and Mrs Joe Brite of Vanzant were a iiiIlUests of Mrs Wm Hall Saturday and i A Sunday i rJudgeWaggoner has received a few r metal for experimental use upon public roads It is claimed that their then much more yx ea f r Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan will go to Louisville Saturday to spend the week end Logan Helm of Lexington came Tuesday to spend the summer vacation with his grandparents- In the last six months there has been quite a number of new additions opened up in the city and houses have been going up in these as fast as they could be erected Mrs W F Rhodes is convalescing at the St Joseph Infirmary from the surgical operation she underwent several weeks ago She will return to her home at Medora soon Mrs Nannie J Wathen of Louisville is the guest of relatives for a few daysMr Hall Head arrived Sunday from Liberty Mo and is spending this week as the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs H B Head Mr and Mrs Louis H Jolly enter tained a few of their friends to a six oclock dinner Thursday evening Covers were laid for eight Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons are at home from a ten days trip to Dawson SpringsBen has sold his barber shop and fixtures to Mr Fred Sadenwater of Chicago Mr Bates will go to Lou isville He has been here the past year and has many friends who will regret leaving Mr Sadenwater is an experienced barber and comes well recom mendedWill has the contract for painting the Cumberland Presbyterian churchMr Orr of Nashville Tenn was a visitor of friends in town Friday even ingIf the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use ejrKKKrKRKKKetKetetet Qpppp Ket I i OUR CORRESPONDENT Y wIMJIIS1il I oeily A kitSl D completed3putting a ll for durabilitymakes his BY kA was economical than wooden ones How ever the proof comes from a test and this test is what the Judge proposes makingHardinsburg will be well represented at the aviation meet in Louisville Sat urdayRev Ed Goodson and family of Elizabethtown are guests of Miss Tula C Daniel Misses Hattie Stanberry Mary Wil son and Nancye and Della Kincheloe and Messrs Ernest Haswell Russell Compton and Franklin Kincheloe spent Wednesday at Tar Springs Miss Hattie Stanberry of Barbours ville after a visit to Misses Della and Nancye Kincheloe left Saturday for Atlanta where she will visit friends Roy E Moorman brother of Judge H Dell doorman and a former resi dent and business man of Hardins burg arrived Saturday from Danville InIlocate in the West going probably to Los Angeles His experience in the West calls for his return to that part of Uncle Sams domain Miss Linnle Haswell returned Sat urday from Caruthersville Mo where she has had a very successful year in teaching music Joe Moore ou his way to McDaniels after a term at Bowling Green was greeting friends here Saturday Supt Driskell went to Glendeane Saturday to be present at Prof Mar tins address on education Hon D C Moorman and Charley Deano of Glendeane were in town on business Saturday Judge Waggoner and Bridge Com missioner Mike Miller let the contract Saturday to S F Keys of West Point to build the Bull Creek bridge a wood structure between Cloverport and Holt Work will begin at once Miss Mary Walls visited Mr and Mrs Clovis Walls and Mr and Mrs D S Miller of the New Bethel neigh borhood last week Mr and Mrs Jas W Miller and Miss Bennie Walker were guests of Mr and Mrs John Alexander Sunday Guthrie Tucker and I L Milner of Mook were in town Saturday Incidentally they were soliciting for the church to be built this fall near the home of Vol Tucker It will be New Salem to take the place of the old New Salem one of the best known worshipping places In that section of the country WEBSTER 7J1 visitingpasttworeturneddhome s E I FourthII At Red Hardinsburg191Q i I III I I j I I I 4 Make your arrangements to come and enjoy yourselves as you have never done before We r I will see that everything is done to add comfort and enjoyment that can reasonably be done I There will be a parade ot Red Men in various costumes and a I i Barbecued Dinnerw ISoilDrinks Ice Water and attractions various kinds i IBANDj1Ion Breckinridge Soil Everybody Invited s I Dont miss it Theres lots in store for you I fII f I i lllCommittee r= I V i VJ i V V S Mr Childs of Ekron visited his sis ter Mrs W M Hall last week Miss Ora Hendricks is in Bowling Green for a short stay Mr Dan MJcGavock and Earl Payne were in Louisville several days last week Gorman sl flair has purchased a new runabout Someone will get a moonlight ride Mrs J Kendall and daughter Miss Essie were the guests of Mrs T B Henderson Sunday Mrs Jas Kurtz entertained to dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Hugh Mc Gavock Mr and Mrs Jas Bandy Mrs George Claycomb Miss Stella Wright and Mr David Claycomb Miss Myrtel Crutcher of Louisville spent Saturday with her brother Mr Jr C Crutcher Frymire ball team and Webster ball team met on the Webster diamond Saturdayafternoon The game was a hard fought one from the first the score being 7 to 5 in favor of Webster Mr Hubert Lyons of Irvington did Webster some good work on third base Frymire boys are all good fellows and ve are glad to entertain them and their friends A ball game at Webster means a pleasant afternoon for every body All come and see us Big Aviation Meeting Of Educational Value The people of Kentucky should not lost sight of the educational value of the aviation meet announced by The Louisville Times to be held June 119- at Churchill Downs Few of our people have ever seen an aeroplane and this latest scientific development is one which should be observed by everybody STEPIIENSPORT There was quite a crowd from this place attended Childrens day at Holt SundayH English spent Saturday and Sunday here with his family R A Smith returned from the West SaturdayMrs A Blaine returned Saturday from Florida where she spent the win ter at her beautiful home at Lakeland Mrs Nannle Sills is visiting in Loulsvijle Y Lewis Perkins ofLeuisvillewas thee 1 pf R irH BOWMEK President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst CQshii1 THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK JJat Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 I wl 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics andjpaid eye Pb legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check IItwianAn absolutely Sate Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposi ChChhisCo DIRECTORSvhA B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bpwri Too C Jarboc 0 T Skjllman A R Fisher p- eCC Cis CCC Cc CcCC I The Cloverport Ice C ic bus the bu- S Jday IIsnow making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 hours Write or telephone us your ordersff lou whichwill receive our prompt and careful at He 1 tentionI r Marion Weatherholt Secm guest of J W French Saturday and SundayHewitt Dix returned home last week from Hardinsburg where he has been attending school Mrs Mollie DeJarnett and children of Hardinsburg spent last week with her sister Mrs Scott Dell Mrs G W Payne spent Sunday with Mrs Henry Dowell in the country P J Petitt has his boat completed and will leave soon for Nashville where it will ply the waters of the Tennessee river He has one of the finest modeled and best equipped boats in every way that has ever been launched here The Harry Me Js a beauty Indeed and speaks well for the builder 4 ATinju ls doing ffce withvjijs 5tJ I IIt- I 1 l t Lf r nl iAiJiI stave mill Mr Tinlus Is a hustler and very successful in his business af fairs We need more men in our town like him- Jonnie Hawkins returned home last week from Danville College A B McKaughan came up Friday evening from Cloverport and spent the night with his parents Mr and Mrs Boyd McKaughan P L Hawkins has purchased a new buggyMiss expectedhomethis she has been visiting for the = astI monthlOlen Dowell of Cloverport was in town one day last week Miss Stella Dunn jof Lamar Jnd IsIr 1 J Lr 1 t fI k wLr the guest of Miss Katie McKau If the best is nottogOoii Lewisport Best floufsth A ought to use T Card of Thanks We wish to express our grttitt our friends and neighbors whop 1beautffulandillness of my wife and MET want toremember Dr Simpu ChesnaalsoRrs Willla flprlner of Louisville assisted them in hOIof their profession i Allen Itingsburv Joys of Thef Prtus15 c cop Newsomc I r h