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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h 48 J Q fi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSII i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OLf XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 8 Pates NO 50 1 I CHILDRENS DAY f jf 1 j Program To Bt Given At The f fMethodist Church Sunday t ffEvening June 26 p m I f 1 Processional 8 SongAll Halt to the Powerof Jesus f Name i JI Scripture reading and prayer pTPastorI 4 Welcome AddressPaul Edward f Berry J 5 Recitation Ellenor Rled K 6 RecitationHarry Crist 7 Song All for JesusThree little I girls I 8 Summer Heart LessonsSix little 15s1 girls ff9 Song Little Things Virginia Galloway f 10 RecitationFlora Etherto- nj5 11 How Does the Shepherd Call Sev en girls r 12 Song He Will Follow All the Way f IgirlsISelma Sipple i i 14 Song Christ the Good Shepherd School 15 We Bring the FlagsThree boys 16 Object of Childrens Day Offering lt 1 Eldred Babbage 17 Offering k 18 Plea of the NatiopsNine girls and I one boy E 10 Dialogue Fourteen girls 20 Flower Drill Eight girls KSt Ten VirginsTen girls I g3 Song Sing Glory GlorySchool 1 23 Benediction ijI ISundayII the Sunday School hour L Are you going to McQuady picnic if next Saturday Sure frrDinner Party anFallR l4omeinthe East End Covers were Inlaid for Rev RF Adair Mr H J May Sr Miss Minnie Simons Mrs Chas Satterfield and son Charles Robert Cissell and Henry May Simons Are you going to McQuady picnic hit next Saturday Sure Goes To Philadelphia I 4 Elliot Moorman arrived at his home at Glendeane Saturday from Annapolis where he graduated He has accepted I a position with a big steel plant In we Philadelphia where he will go in about Htwo weeks Elliot is a fine young man I and we are sure he will make good in tsI hISs now position He spent ten days at T TCol Ben Johnsons home at Bardstown where he was royally entertained j1vn picnicextNew Buggy r rD Beaven was In Irvington Satur dayand drove home in a bran new buggy purchased of J D Ashcraft the I buggy man of Irvlngton Mr Ash says his sales this year are better the i ever before w wr r Strikes A Good Market Glen Moorman of Glendeane was in Louisville last week with a load of hogs jIe struck an advancing market SUCCESSFUL SESSION Womans Home Mission Society Closes At Hardinsburg Mrs Morris II Beard Made Honary Life Mem ber DELEGATES TREATED ROYALLY Hardlnsburg June SJOSpcclal Wha is said to have been the most success ful session of tle Louisville Conference Womans Home Mission Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church South came to a close on Tuesday last Beautiful weather and large audien ces marked all the sessions and the topics discussed and addresses made were received with enthusiasm by a multitude of Interested hearers The sermon on Sunday morning by the Rev Geo S Sexton was listened to with careful attention and thorough ly enjoyed by all Prof H A Smith of the Louisville High School made ia forceful speech on Monday night on the subject of Immigration and Mrs Jas Leech of Louisville President of the State Federation of Womans Olubs spoke beautifully on The Debt Which Strength Owes to Weakness The ladies of the Hardlnsburg Aux iliary served refreshments at the close on Monday afternoon and on Tuesday evening the delegates and visitors were shown the various points of nterest in and around the city through the med- Ium of a drive which was made possi ble by the kindness of individuals and the two livery stables Many of the visiting delegates made their hostesses members or associates of the Louisville Wesley House and Mrs George Gaulbert made her hostesses Mrs Morris H Beard an Hon arary Life Member of the Society pay sag the sum of 100 for the privilege of so doing Wednesday morning witnessed the departure of the guests all of whom were loud in their praise of the hospitality which they had received while In our midst Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Sure I Mrs Laslie Dead Mrs Roscoe Laslie died of tuberculosis at her home at West View on last Wednesday after an illness of several months the interment taking place Thursday In the Taul Cemetery Besides her husband she is survlv d by two small children Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Sure The Oldest Church Member June the nineth Barney Bohler was eighty years of age He says he has the honor of being the oldest citizen of Cioverport and the oldest member of the Presbyterian church He took dinner with his son Chas Bohler What seemed to delight Mr Bohler most was his being presented with a cake by Mrs A R Fisher Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Sure Fine Crop Of Burley Lee Miller of Webster says he has four acres of the finest stand of Burley tobacco he ever saw The leaves tip 14 inches tII n a m lmt t a m to p m c In of Shows How Such a Provis ion Would Work of The of Given in Letter In u to member the Executive members of the Burloy Tobacco Society explains why no per cent clause was inserted in the contract for the 1910 pool and why such a clause could not be embodied this is a letter from Col John R Allen written March 6 in which is stated the for the Society The letters follow Dear persons who desire the ruin and of the Burley Tobacco Society and who would in their purpose deliver the Tobacco growers bound hand and foot into the power of the Tobacco Trust are through and on the stump that a 75 per cent clause be inserted in the pledge Since there may be honest men who believe that such a clause should be in the pledge we take this means of telling you why those who have your interests at heart and whom you have chosen to protect your property did not and could not insert in the 1910 pledge a 75 per cent clause The first pledge per cent clause and we learned by that there is danger in such a clause When we took legal stops against men who broke their pledges some lawyers who could make the worse cause appear the better would take the ground that we did not have the required per cent In a where officers of the law and public sentiment were in the favor of pooling the verdict would he for the Society In where the officers of the law and pubic sentiment were against pooling the oordict would be for the man who broke his pledge In this way the loss of the pooled tobacco worked to the honest members Seeing the that it made our lawyers advised us not to put a per cent clause in contracts We include in this circular a letter from Col Jno 11 Allen giving his opinion on this subject The General has passed all the laws necessary to pro tect our Society if we use common sense and the light of But to put a per cent clause in the 1910 pledge would open a gnp through which contract breakers could escape A per cent clause would only make a mark for the Trust toshoot at If we inserted 75 ppr cent clause the Trust would have Only to buy up 26 per cent and thus make any pool Having bought the smallest fraction over onefourth of the crop at good prices the Trust would be able to control the remainder of the crop for it was pleased to pay The way to get 75 per cent pledged is to go after it and not to waste time and energy in a wrangle about a that would weaken the pool The only reason that wo have not 75 or 85 per cent in the 1909 pool is that selfish or men claiming to be the growers friends made war on us during the last pooling season and confused and misled the people Dont be misled this time the time of the pool to 1st gives two boards the to pass on it The old board has the right to declare the pool oil prior to October 1st if in their they deem it best Tho now board elected about October 1st and repre senting the will of those who have just elected them will have the right to declare the pool off on or before November 1st Recently we mailed you a sheet a full dis cussion of the mutters of difference between the Society and those who seek our ruin We hope that you will take timo to read all that is in those four pages and also the contents ofa second sheet which we will send you in a few days It is the farmers fault to work too much and to read and think too little It is just as neces sary to maintain an to sell your tobacco at a good price as it is to grow it yours Executive Burley Tobacco Society LETTER FROM COL JOHN R ALLEN Ky March 5th 1910 Executive Board of Burley Tobacco Society City Mr Pendleton und myself have gone over the draft of the pledge on page 4 column 1 i Drinking Hitching Boys Race Sack Race 1030 Dinner 130 IC467A PER CENT CLAUSE WOULD BIND GROWER HAND AND FOOT Communication Executive Committee Tobacco Society Destruction MovementOpinion Lawyers communication Accompanying communication opinionof SirSome destruction accomplishing newspapers demanding honestly contained experience community communities hardship difficulty subsequent Assembly experience impossible anything technicality seriously shortsighted Extending declaring November opportunity containing earnestly organization Sincerely Committee Lexington Gentlemen Continued 3legged Race 2 p m Race men over 40 years eligible 300 p m 4r+ r 1- T P Race for not over 15 at 345 p m 100yard 430 = PROCEEDINGS Of A Term Of Breckenridge County Fiscal Court Held At The Court louse Sat urday June 4i 1910 At a called Term of the Breckenridge Fiscal Court called and held in and for Breckenridge county at the Court house In Hardinsburg Ky on SaturdayJune 4 1910 for the purpose of authorizing construction of Bridge over Bull Creek and any other business that may come before the court Present lion L L Waggoner Judge Breckenridge County Court with the following named Jus tices G A Wright Jno N Akers B A Whittlnghlll Sam Slaughter Sam II Dix G N Harris Motion made by G N Harris to make an appropriation to build a bridge across Bull Creek seconded by Justices Jno N Akers Motion voted on and unanimously carried It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that it is neccessary to haven new bridge built across Bull Creek it was moved by justice G N Harris second ed by Justice J N Akers that said bridge be built and said motion having been unanimously carried It is order ed by the court that said bridge be built upon the site of the old bridge It Is further ordered by the court that county Judge Waggoner and bridge Commissioner Mike Miller be authoriz ed and they are hereby authorized to let a contract for the erection of said bridge and they will use their discre tion as to the character of the bridge to be built and they will report their ac tion back to the court for its approval and ratification Claim of TC Lewis allowed J 6 35 Claim of the Bradlev and Gil bert Company allowed DO 60 Claim of Wm Hall allowed 117 VO It appearing to the Court that a con tract heretofore entered into by this court with Claude Mercer for the in dexing of the deeds in the County Clerks office was unnecessary rind a needless expense upon the taxpayers of the connty It is now the order of this court that said contract be and the same is hereby set aside rescinded and held for naught and the County Clerk is ordered to refuse said Mercer the use of the deed books in the said office for said purpose Per Diem of all of magistrates allow ed 300 each At the last October term of the Fiscal Court an order was entered providing for the general indexingof all the deeds In the County Clerks office except commissioners deeds and the order provided that County Judge Moorman shouldemploy a competent man to do the work The last official act of Judge Moorman on December 31 was the employment of attorney Claude Mercer to do the work The contract entered into with Mr Mercer provides that the work should be done in the modern approved way and that he should be paid a reasonable sum for his work The Fiscal court as It Is now consti tuted has from the start for several reasons opposed and objected to the contract It has never learned exactly what the term modern approved may meant or what a reasonable sum for the work would be After consulting with Mr Mercer itI I systemIi way and that the cost of the job t would be any where from three to four WANTS 5040 From Cumberland Co For Mental And Physical Pain Hardinsburg Juno 20 Special Lawrence Sills former operator for the Cumberland Telephone at this place has through his attorneys Mer cer it Mercer brought suit against the Company for 5040 He alleges that by negligence and carelessness of the Company the wires and appliances were in such badrepair that a charge of electricity ruined the hearing of his left ear causing mental and physical pain for which he asks 5000 The 40 Is for medical treatment Are you going McQuady picnic next Saturday Sure Always Enjoyed It Chas Warfield called at the News office last week to pay his respects to the editor Mr Warfield said the Breckenridge News was one of the awayIglad to be back sure Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Sure Death of Richard Babbage Richard Babbage a well known res ident of Clarendon and a member of the Orleans County Pioneer Associa tion passed away on the farm where he had resided nearly 50 years June 8 aged 88 years He was born In Devonshire Eng land Jan 25 1822 At the age of eight he was left an orphan and forced to earn his living He managed to save enough to come the United States where he engaged In the frrit business with his brother John of Rochester Farming however was more to his liking and he moved to Clarendon where he has since resided He was married to Mrs Phebe Mitch ele Oct 12 1863 whom he survived by ten years Two children were born of this union Anna who died in in fancy and Edwin H Babbage who now lives in Lockport N YHolley- N Y Standard Includes Joys Of The Press Irvington R F D No1 June 20 Dear Mr Babbage I am sending you check for two dollars on our subscript Ion to Breckenridge News and fifteen cents extra for Joys of the Press YoursMrs Chas Gross thousand dollars The deeds in the county clerks office are already indexed not only in each deed book but the clerk also keeps a general cross index as well The county is already consid erably in debt because of heavy bridge work and repairs made necessary by high water last year The county also this year or next will under the new school law he compelled to erect a high school This will be a heavy expense and will add to the taxes of the people furI ther fact that the court deemed the proposed indexing of deeds as unneces sary and a useless expenditure of the peoples money it was deemed best to recind the contract Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Sure a r THE PICNIC F19i D 25IIDiu J McQUADY SATURDAY JUNEi p FreeIII j Only 1000 chances given away with dinner tickets Nearly all sold Get your tickets early water Free GRAMMEht i j I 930 M Burley Attorneys judgment fourpage Egg only I- Y Girls Dash I Telephone Entries must be made to J M OBrien before 9 a m Sat Balloon Ascension disposition of Prizes other innummer able attractions Obtain your tickets on the Road Wagon and Barrel of Lewisport Flour COME- r I r 1i t I ISaaaaa ElectricBitters Succeed wfaen everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE IIit is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens OHlce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky j A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how itwould please your frionds Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Kveryllsl and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday k+1i1St 1171iekilSllaSlSlw4SlaSeikSlSt j FOR SALE i s x A numberof Farms dif Ieront Sizeafcmd Prices r 31 The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co ii- I Q- ororrttr rKr ttrratstrrrrrrst YoA es rI POLAND CHINAS 16 Fall1 1 Boars and Gilts by the 500 pound boar at County Fair IIsired will weigh up to n100 H and I growing fast Will bo crated for shipment and registered in purchasers Iname at 15 and 20 WIJIJ Owen Hardinsburg Route No 1 SonII L A 6 4 oo + NEW- t t1 V I livery Stable l jYj M KyM i fo W j1Newj1 jji New Stable i1 Open for the Public Near iDepotiIf you have any riding or ti1 tf driving to do or if you want M Feed of any kind we can m furnish you We will alsoah ii- II Your patronage will M be appreciated ii I SMITH Proprietors HANKS i Stephensport Ky + + Send Us Your Name WE have a goodmoney making proposition and want to tell you about it Write today for par ticulars Address K r IDEA PUBLISHING CO 1 roadway NEW YORK K Y TACKING ON WALL PAPER Sometimes That Method Is Preferable- to PasteHow It Is Accomplished- You never heard of tacking on wall paper Oh dear yes said Mr Flatdweller we often do that We dont put the paper on with tacks originally but we tack It on In ma king repairs You know how the paper curls away from the wall sometimes stilt and hard with tho paste on It Some times If Its left that way pieces ol the hard paper may be broken oil Well you couldnt very well paste that paper down again because you couldnt make any paste strong enough to take out tho curl and make the paper hold and then with paste even If It would hold you might not make a nice job of It around the joints might get on too much paste and so get some of It on the outside of the paper So we Just tack down the curled up paper and tack on the pieces that may have fallen off But dont the tack heads show Iti the paper No not at all not ahemiasI we do the tacking Thats where the fine art of tacking on pa per as we practice It comes In Theres a pattern on the paper and sure to bo hero and there more or less dark places In the coloring and we simply drive the tacks in the dark spots whero they dont show Something For Headache Nothing else aside from money is so universally sought for as a cure for headache Headache powders are not safe and they give only temporary re lief in any event The chocolatecoatee and capsuleshaped pills called Sher mans Headache Remedy and sold by druggists and dealers at lOc and 25c are recommended as the best headache cure A Judicial Expert Tho native with a stogie met the native with a pipe Howdy Zeb quoth the stogie na tive Hear bout th fuss down to th courthouse Nope drawled the man with the pipe What was It about Why Jim Simpson has been suing Abner Hawley for alicnatin th affec tlons of his wife an Judge Musgrovc told th jury to bring a vordick of six cents damages cause ho thought that Was all the damage was worth to Jim An Jims wife got mad an threw a chair at tho jedge an he had her arrested an put In the coolerBut didnt Jodge go a leotlo too far when he fixed her valuo so low1 Not at all not at all Y sue hf was her first husbandIClevelandP- lain Dealer NOTICE P Wlijii1 sjiidinr a news item to this of rice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of uterest Editor That Masher Ordinance JudgeYou two are charged with having violated the masher ordinance by having precipitated an acquaint ance on a public highway without ever before having soon each othor What have you to say for yourselves Bessie from Boston Because may it pleaue your honor we simply know by some psychic resonance of basic kindred chords In our respective be ingH that we would understand each other It was the sheer momentum of our nature- sJudgeOh very well You are nsa hargrI CbHcreo Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Good Cake Making There are some general rules for cakemnldnir tint must be observed FlrstII he Ingredients must be of the best for the best are the most economical Second Never allow butter to get too soft or oily before creaming It with the sugar Third Always have an earthmen or enameled dish to mix and work the materials for cake Tin if not new in apt to discolor the materials Remember that eggs will tarnish even silver Always use a clean wooden spoonIiourthAs a rule In mixing cake first beat the sugar and butter togeth er to n cream then add the yolks of the eggs If spices are used these go In with the yolks of the eggs then comes milk and last the thoroughly beaten whites of the eggs and flavor- Ing If fruit Is a portion this is put In with the lour Fifth For small cakes tho oven should be pretty hot for larger cakes only moderately so If a broom straw pushed through the thick part of the cake comes out clean and free from dough the cake Is done also If till cake has left the sides of the plan and docs not make the slightest hissing Sixth Some cooks take cake imme diately from the pans and do not coyer others leave In tho puns fifteen minutes and then cover Experiment and experience must make the dec lion In each household Subscriber ri7 HIGHWAY OF THE FUTURE One Constructed a Material Durable For Heavy Motor Traffic All road builders are now engaged in trying to devise a road which will stand motor tralllc Many new meth ods have been tried with varying de grees of success but none of them seems to be perfectly satisfactory If broken stone Is to form the wear ing surface then some means must bo found to hold the binding particles so firmly that they cannot bo sucked out and sufficient strength must bo given to the mass to enable it to with stand the sliding action of the wheels at bends and turns Several kinds of tar macadam answer fairly well but they are expensive- It would seem that the most promis ing kind of road for heavy automobile traffic Is what is called durnx in Eng land It Is a pavement of three Inch Irregular cubes of hard stono laid In small segments of circles These stones can be cut by machin ery and are comparatively Inexpen sive They are laid without grout but there seems to be no reason for Its omission except the cost Great quantities of this kind of pavement have been laid In Germany A PHANTOM COACH It Is a Messenger of Death to an Eng lish Family Up tho drive of u urtaln manor louse situated in one of the southwest ountles of England a phantom coach with spectral horses and driver Is always heard or seen prior to the death of the head of the family or of some important member of It On one occasion of quite recent years a number or gentlemen and two ladles I who formed a portion of the house party at Christmas were startled on their return at dusk to hear the sounds of several horses hoofs coining up the drive Upon turning nil the party saw an old fashioned coach with a team of four white horses advancing toward them They drew aside and as the coach passed them the two IndIes screamed und fell almost faInt- Ing In the arms of their companions One was the daughter of the house All retired to rest about 11 oclock some no doubt to think over the lays terious appearance of the coach and others to sleep Early in the morn- Ing n telegram which had been dis patched too late the previous night for delivery came to hold conveying the Intelligence Hint the 01113 son of the houso had boon drowned while wild fowling lu the fens It was neatly forty years before that the coach had lust boon soon although seventeen years previously It had been heard to drive up to the front door and away ngnlu down the avenue In the middle of the night On this oc casion the head of the family had died In his sleep the next night VALUE OF GOOD ROADS Increase Price of Farm Lands Fifty Dollars an Acre Mecklenburg county N C began to build macadam roads thirty years ago using the direct taxation method of raising funds Today that county has 1203 miles of modern highways- As a result of these good roads farm values have reached that point where 50 an acre Is regarded as the mini mum price of such lands and 75 and 100 an acre the maximum A few years ago iiO was regarded as an exceedingly high price for an acre of Mecklenburg land Now there are few very few farms In the county that emit be purchased for less than 50 anti no great number are for sale at that price This Is the experience of every coun ty that construct Improved roads In the face of such bard facts why tho people of n mud ridden county hesi tate to acquire Improved roads Is strange Mecklenburg as stated has been building roads for thirty years levying a road tax Now tho people aro agitating for a bond Issue to carry the work on more swiftly and at tho same time to Im prove streets within the city of Charlotte Up to Date Santa Fe Trail According to t prominent Kansas City newspaper a modern highway 275 miles long through the short grass country in western Kansas would not only prove an lllimlniUlng object les son for the entire state but for all the country as well The people of western Kansas have started a move meat to afford the world just that object lesson in road building From Newton to the Colorado line It Is proposed to construct a continuous boule Yard along the Arkansas river and call It the New Santa Fe trail Auto Fees to Mend Roads Bergen county N J has received 37020 from the auto fees paid Into tho state fund and to a well known construction company of Uackensack N J were awarded four contracts amounting to that sum for work to be done on roads much traveled by New York autolsts The board of freehold ers at a recent meeting voted to es tablish a road systcii that will cost about 000000 and Insure excellent roads in tho district close to New York Rural Delivery and Good Roads The Intimate relation which exists between good country roads mid rural free delivery of mull cannot be too litrongly emphasized Communities which would enjoy the latter must tnnko and uniiiitiibi the former In Inany Inntnnrp had roads have pre vented the extension of rural free de livery to communities where it was pxatly desired X t i 1 4 Iv WMMI is Well u m m tai mam by Rldwy and BlatiJsr Trwto Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and IcssetiBanibition beauty and checrful a a all nose disappear when the kidneys are of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat mon for a child born afflicted beI weak kidneys If child urinates too often if tie urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it thecause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment ofI these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of Swarn pRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar size bottles You may have sample bottle by mail free also pamphlet telling soon out to eRoolinc1udingmonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle REALLY A MOONLIGHT SONATA Beethovens Beautiful Music Com posed Under the Rays of the Queen of Night The story runs that Beethovens Moonlight sonata always so called though he so rarely gave a descrip tive namo to any of his works was composed on an occasion when ho had been playing to some stranger folk by chance Walking with a friend he overheard in an humblo house some one playing with much feeling a bit of one of his sonatas He paused to listen In a moment the music ceased and a girl spoke longingly of her wish to hear some really good concert The voice was so appealing that the com poser stepped without hesitation to the door and knocked Admitted to the wondering host he said I will play for you and played wonderful ly till time lamp burned out Then with the moonlight filling the room he began to Improvisethe mysterious delicate breathings of the beginning of that wonderful sonata then tho tricksy elflike second part and the glory of the close Send your orders for Joy of The PressBy Kentuckiansin Newspaper work compiled by Louise to the Breckenridge News office Price 15 cents the copy Hospitals The onlyI hospitals In antiquity were for slaves and soldiers The rise of hospitals Is wrapped in mystery but beyond a doubt they are the product of Christian teaching It is pretty cer- taIn that hospitals arose out of the early homes for travelers and the poor The institution is clearly of eastern origin About 270 A D Basllius founded the famous hospital Caesarea St Augustine speaks of hospitals as being quite new in his day In 498514 Popo Symmachus built three In Rome In tho sixth century there was a very largo ono In Lyons In fact about this time they appear all over the pale of Christen domChlcago Examiner Plain Evidence That friend of yours has a very poetic look Is ho anything of a dreamerIs You just ought to hear him snore Notice That resolutions of respect aro publishedat 5 cents per lino Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter Reputation The autocrat remarked the recon dite person made a remark the im port of which escaped me until the other day lie said Many a man bas- In reputation because of tho reputation ho expects to have some day Thats not n half bud remark sug gested tho practical person but my sonjust out of college you know and in the habit of thinking hump backed thoughts as It weresaid something only this morning that ap pealed to me Some men be said get a reputation and keep it other men get a reputation and make It keep them Philadelphia Ledger Rare Self Control ties a remarkable man When ho sees an unfamiliar word ho looks It up In the dictionary and finds out what It means Nothingjso remarkable about that Yes but be doesnt try to lug it Into conversation right away Louis Vlllo Courier urllnl Subscribe Right Nowy J MARK TWAIN On the inky breast of the River Styx The ferryman rests on his oar As ho wathes the craft of old Father Time Churn past with a swish and a roar And the Ancients sailors are heaving the lead In an effort to ascertain 11 The waters depth for a voice rings forth 1 Thro the black of tho nightMark Twaintt That nameI heard it but yesternightI1 And the boatman nods his head Tho ho said it was Clomens I know that he Was tho shadow of Humors dead For tho dank air shook and and the waters tossd As mid thunder and drenching rain I rowed him across to the other shore As Clemensbut still Mark Twain V- At 4 4tthe pearly gates to to the throne of God Game a halt ere the journeys end t I As the gatekeeper queried in mighty tonesII i Who were you on earth my friendI r 1 Sam Clemens Yet you by another name Soothedsorrow and allayed pain 3 As Clemens perchance we might lot you in But we welcome you asMark Twain James 11 Dillion in Typographical Journal I THE RUSH tti tt SANATORIUM i1r INCORPORATED s 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville KyaJ DR EVELYN BUSHfIfl OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE In The Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences forAthe treatment of diseases byh1 h i Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methodsaa IISweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage PJ w ATLER T WINkJUlVl DirectorL- ate of Battle Creek Sanatorium Correspondence Solicited Jj rc JJr r rvtOr I RURAL TELEPHONES a iialliMr Farmer are you interested If so call ontho Q il stalmj oftho Cumberland sta- i W i J mess Line rate ac I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY II yea Gen Incorporated Arc godIron brouTl poin rgeveacco FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPSoral clanforthis advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us or where they saw it will be able to have one reserved ajt the low rate of back 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready was i now buy one for future use Congxamrs 1RtR ob tini i talkedfree PRINCIPAL lvOrWhai t thetnYehu BUSINESS COLLEGEAlcorIMOOmrOKAXBD Dear a Second and Walnut Streets LOUIISVILLKYcall it eptioIateUft satellfte led s rnvliWANTEDdo J eda Cl gjean1 at The Breckenridge NewsOffice toII i o 11 c i i iiMlcuresWIII Try Cotton Seasd- Lt ItI our I An order has been sent by the tutu ii agemcnt of the Ohio Valley Exposition to a milling compauyof Jouesboro Ark for samples of cotton seed flour and fort examples of the culinary results of the Use of this novel nnd recently dis n covered steal It is the object of the I xltositlon management to secure iif possible n complete exhioit of the cot ton scedHour industry this being algnj the lines of the objects of the Expoitlon y of showing the public the latest and bes products of factory field and farm an of presenting these products in n Ulost attractive manner According to re ports from the South the cotton seed flour industry promises to become it twast important One Texas was the state to become interested in the atnovel substitute for wheat flour and l sent samples of it together with variou kinds of cake and pastry made of it to l the Texas Cougressneu at Washlll ton r where the new articles of food receives the highest prize from epicures Since i Wen much experimenting has been done I lth the meal and the conciliate i reach to i ed that the best results are reached by mixing it with about fifty per cent of ordinary flour thereby reducing the un r usual richness with which the meal iis imbued Its nutritious value is far a tt bove that of the best winter paten wheat flour and it is said to lend itsel L n particularly well to cakes of all kinds One of the rare delicacies now bein 4 made of the cotton seed meal is an 5m r r proved kind of ginger snap that is said 1 Yto find ready sale in the cities wher- eItbls new flour is being used It is ex tpetted that a supply of ginger snap will be shipped to Cincinnati for distribution among experts on flour at the same time that the samples asked for are sent f A Dreadful Wound j from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature de mands prompt treatment with Buckleui Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer of all such wounds as also fo Ruins Bolls Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store Woman Gave Us The Stars In Our Flag i The actual facts in regard to tho m tI roduction of the stars in the blue flelc i uf our flag are obscure But it is a N coincidence at least that Washing tons coat of arms contains both stars stripestI do not positively know to = whom belongs the distinction of origin- allym J designing the adopted form of the I flag little if any doubt exists in retard to the maker of the first official i Standard of the United States It is a wellestablished fact that in July 1776 x a committee of Congress consisting of General Washington Robert Morris MrsIYBetSyP i IP I 1 L ArchStreet Philadelphia and arran ged with her to make one or more Hags from a rough sketch which they hat brought with them The stars in this drawing were six pointed after the English pattern Mrs Ross with a womans appreciation of what was fitting suggested that these be changed to fivepointed stars according to the French custom General Washington himself made the change and drew a corrected design l for the flag while seated inMrs Ross sf back parlor The flag thus designee i was made up and when submitted to Congress was at once unofficially ad opted THE NEW IDEA WOMANS MAG AZINE for July + itoi Marvelous Discoveries i mark the wonderful progress of the age t Sir flights ou heavy machines tele w grants without wires terrible war inven ytibnB to kill men and that wonder o wondersDr lings New Discovery r tosave life when threatened by coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup bronchi Us hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affections It has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cute lames M Black of Asheville N 0 3Rf R No 4 waites it cured hint ofat i Tqbjstinite cough after all other remedit failed BOc and 100 A trial bottl free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 1 4 h HOW Far Can You See I What Is the farthest limit to which vtie human vision can reach Power r iQhis book The Eye and Sight gives the ability to see the star JUcor situated at the tall of the Great Pear as the test Indeed the Arabs Mil it the Test star It is most ex a ceptlonable to be able to see Jupiters satellites with the naked eye though June or two cases are recorded the Ejrd satellite being the most distinct iruylans are said to be the longest htedrace on earth Humboldt ref Ids a case where these Indians per 1ahuman figure 18 miles away L if able to recognize that it was a and clad IBo whlte1hls le- biqF hey record tei tr far slgkt- n e e Y tt b YOUR BACKACHE WILL YIELD To Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Bloomdnlo OhloII I suffered from terrible headaches pains in my back and and was trod all the time and nervous I could not sleep and every month Icould hardly stand the pain Lydia E Pinkhamsegetasble stored mo to health again and made me feel like a new wo man I hope this letter will induce other women to avail themselves of this valuable medicine Mrs E M FREDERICK Bloomdale Ohio Backache is a symptom of female weakness or derangement If you have backache dont neglect it T get permanent relief you must reach the root of the trouble Nothing wi know of will do this so safely and surely as Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound Cure the cause of these distressing aches and pains and you will become well and strong The great volume of unsolicited tes timony constantly pouring in proves conclusively that Lydia E PinKhams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has restored health to thou sands of women If yon have the slightest doubt that Lydia E Pinkhnms Vege table Compound will help you write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass for advice Your letter will left nhliltltv oitiidcutial 1S41vJ la FOR THE HOUSEWIFE IUncle Sam Sends Books Free on Cook ery Matters The foods used to give variety to the diet In the horse vary with time plncr dud circumstances hut the staple food the country over are cereal grains and their products meat dnlry product+ eggs and the more usual vegetable and fruits According to the results of a largi number of carefully conducted studio in American homes It appears tint meat and poultry supply 10 per cent ot the total fond material 30 per cent ol the protein and 50 per cent of the fill In the average American dietary dairy products 18 per cent of the total food 10 percent of the total protein M percent of the total fat and 4 per rent ol the total carbohydrates cereals nud their products ai per cent of the trout food material 43 per cent of the total protein 0 Iper cent of the total fat OJ per cent of the total carbohydrates vegetables and fruits 25 per runt ot the total food 0 per cent of Ithe to tal protein 2 per cent of the total fat and 10 per cent of the totalI carbohy dratesThese figures Indicate clearly the re latlon which the principal agricultural products must necessarily bear to bums problems It Is evident that utilization of these staple foods to the best ad vantage Is of great Importance to s v cry housekeeper Bread meat and vegetables term a large part of the fond of the nation and their purchase rare and prepara thou for the table are the themes of I farmers bulletin Jii Preparation of Vegetables For the Tablei 375 CCaro of Food In tthe Iotnei 3S1 r BroadI and Brcadnmklng and 301 lOconom leal Use of Meat In the lontI Ihs publications may he had free by send hag to the United States department or agriculture Washington These bulletins are not cookery books although a large number uf recipes for cooking vegetables and meats and mixing nnd baking broad are found between their covers Gtal6dP4 CryFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA As You Like It Tho aged worn and guileless look ing individual sauntered up to the desk of the clerk in a southern hotel and quavered as he drew from his wallet a yellow bill Friend will you kindly give me five silver dollars In exchange for this memento of the good old confederate days The clerk glanced quickly at the proffered bill smiled to himself tossedI It into the drawer and counted out tho five dollars When the guileless looking individual had gone the clerk examined the bill ho had just taken In Ifo found that it was or was not a good U S bill Either way you take it It makes a story It has never been decided which is tho better way Puck Had dyspepsia or indigestion years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Hitters cured me L H Walker Sun bury Ohio Easy I wonder why the baby cries 50 much said the young mother Thats easy answered tho bach uncleWhy ItT demanded the mother Because it IB a baby replied the ntwiR th1rttrrn gnat t el tl h- L I THE DIFFERENCE IN RANK Policeman on Foot Did the Work While Mounted Compatriot Looked On On tho other afternoon a horso anrl truck became stuck In tho soft earth thrown nsldo by tho workmen ropa vlng tho street says the Philadelphia Ledger The truckman swore at the horso and tho policeman swore at the truckman A mounted policeman of the trail squad rode up and sat on his well groomed horse himself a we groomed rider while ho leisurely took in tho situation When tho po Hccman on foot had exhausted his vo cabulary and had also failed to coax the horse by the rein he turned an appealing eye to tho brother of the more distinguished service on tho horseSay Flannery said the mounted policeman raising an Immaculate whitegloved hand to his well trimme moustache and gently stroking the hirsute adornment youro handler tt- it to than mo Lay holt o tho wheel and give It a yank Two minutes later tho horse and truck were on their way the policeman on foot was ruefully regarding the mud on his big hands and the brother of the equestrian service was trotting down the street among the automobiles still stroking his care fully trimmed moustache with his Immaculate whitegloved digits Notice All persons having just claims again the estate of the late Dr R L New som are notified to present same duly proven as required by law to the undersigned Executor of his estate at her residence in Cloverport Ky on or be foro July 1 19JO 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 institute to enforce collection Mrs Jennie S Newsom Executor of estate of Dr R L New som deceased School of Brothers and Sisters The doting father and mother of an only child lavish money like watt upon It nnd would not wish to be told that they are only half educating the little life that they cherish with such devoted care Nevertheless tho only child can never be but half educate because it misses the better half at the precious early schoolbrother and sister playmates Tho teachers In that school are the youngsters themselve and the lessons they teach one another are not written In books but are none the less indispensable Also what is there learned is last forgotten New York Press- Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpiUtioi Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the towels and dont cure Doans Re gulets act gently and cure constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist Notice Sealed proposals for the lowest and best Lids for furnishing all material except brick and sand and for the erec tion of the new addition to the school building of the Cloverport Graded Common School District No1 Clove port Ky according to the plans and specifications furnished by Paul Lewis will be received by the Board of Trui tees up until nuon June 24th Th right to reject any or all bids is reser ed and the successful bidder will be reo quested to give bond in an amour equal to the amount of his bid Plans and specifications may be seen at th office of tne undersignedMarion Secty Board of Trustee Kept The King At Home For the past year we have kept tbe King of all laxativesDr Kings Netl Life Pills in our home and they have proved a blessing to all our family writes Paul Mathulkaof Buffalo N Y Bisy but sure remedy for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 25c at Severs Drug Stole Unique Roadmaking Plan Judge William E Porter of Law rence county Pa has a unique Idea for improving tho roads Ills plan i- a i Jail on wheelsthat is a place when prisoners can be locked up at nigh and transported from place to pine and employed in road making during the day lie put his Idea to a test am the results were eminently satlsfac tory The prisoners graded away thigh iu hill on the West Plttsburg roai near Newcastle and constructed IJ cement bridge over a culvert eighty feet long The only expense to thi county from this bridge that would ordinarily have cost thousands of do Irlars was for the material and the serv Ices of an engineer The men employed were sentenced from ten tc ninety dnys and were informed that the sentence would be material lessened if they would work on the roads and not attempt to escape art they worked Dont let the baby lIromeczema sores or any itching of theakin Dean Oitment gives instant relief cure quickly Perfectly safe for children Alj aleaggigts sell Jt t l t hti l J aie CARE OF ROADWAYS i They Should Always Be Dustless to E Considered Ideal The good roads era huts begun U many stairs and already the stean roller the piles of crushed rock alonj theI roadshle toad the digging out of the orlgliuil roadway tire familial sights In many of the eastern states The roads built are generally of ap proved macadam construction which completed are perfect strips of white rlnbuii running through the greet fields and hills of the rural sections These roads are perfectly built tuft as soon as completed the fanners out other ratepayers contentedly sit bite and feel contented This is u ser ols error and one being made In main states Many foil to realize that wheneveir gust is raised n road Is being destroyed This Is particularly the case ot smooth macadam surfaces where there Is nothing to hold the dust on thi road and where every cross wind blows off any louse material As soon as roads are built arrange ments should he made to keep them In repair Some dust preventive shouk be used Immediately macadam rondi arc completed In order to prevent dust Oil tar and utility special prepare tlons are now on the market and thc communities should be educated to look upon these additions as a legit mate part of the road maintenance California has Its oiled roads over which motoring Is a pleasure to the motorist and not a dust path to the citizen who happens to be on the road tho same day or who has the misfortune to reside along a well traveler highwayMassachusetts has proved that rand treatments are a success and more economical than continuous nppllca tlons of water and in England dus preventing Is always considered apart of the road problem Never cnn tell when youll mash 1 finger or suffer a cut bruise burn c scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Flectric OU instantly relieves pain quickly cnres the wound A Culinary Wrinkle Heres n new way to use the lilt pieces of pie dojgi thatI an left II fill the pit Is ready fur uhf oven IT ILl complfslied wltji several pieces III round hard wnnl admit fnnr lash long The crustI tumuld 1 lie Vullidi ItillI and rut lute strip uf such a size tha they can be put afnund the sticks will one end lapping a little over Ithe othei Flour the sticks roll the strips arouni them and bake on tins In a hot over When the crust has partly cooled th sticks can be slipped out fhe spatt are to be tilled with whipped cream Jelly marmalade or any other can fr tion for which any member of thI family manifests preference Served with coffee these fancy pn tries are quite enough for a slmpl Jpssert Cf+ f tYouI no longer need wear your weakeningComHere is a stove that gives no outside heat All its heat is concentrated at the burners An intense blue flame hotter than either white or red is thrown upwards but not around AU the heat is utilized in cooking none in outside heating t deregiony Oil Cookstoveentirely removes the discomfort of cooking Apply a match and projectedis no surrounding heat no smell no smoke 1 I i PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr z I scientifically and practically perfect You cannot use too much wickit is automatically controlled You get the maximum heat no smoke The burneris simple One wipe with a cloth cleans h consequently there is no smell The New Perfection Oil CookStove is wonderful for yearround use but especially in summer Its heat oper ates upward to pan pot or kettle but not beyond or around It is useless for heating a room It has a Cabinet Tp with shell for keeping plates and food hot It has long turquoiseblue enamel chimneys The nickel finish with the bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental and attractive Made with 1 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet Standard Oil Company Incorporated i 1THEFifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PerfectionI evrrwherMltnotatrourewritfor andmm Tlio inostcontrally located mmuklnOnly ono block from tho princi m pal shopping district two blocks from tin principal theatres Street curs pass tho door to all of tho city very thing nuut find clean Iparts rSr z 3r r3raji r r9 FOR SALEO- NE DETROIT JEWEL GAS STOVE In good condition easy to operate and just what you need these hot summer days W A ROFF News Office W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident O T SKILUIAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every 1 legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS a A B SkillmanConrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor Jno C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher tt1 The Cloverport Ice Co I I Is now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 I Ihours Write or telephone us your ordersI Iwhich will receive our prompt and careful atII tention1tMarion SAT eaIherholt Secy trJ1 r L EVERY FARMERAs well as every business man should have a bank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Ypur check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays It gives you a bettor standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to snveIThis bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our orvices W The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co a Hardinsfriifg Ky vt Ir w kf w fJ o 4 t Jr rr i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance GAUDS OF THANKS over five linesclmrged for at tho rate ol 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advanceExamine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in tho address subscribers should give their old as well as their now addr- essEIGHT PAGES i CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 Democratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE I For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON f PER CENT CLAUSE Continued from page 1 for tho year 1910 nnd return the same with certain amendments and changes which wo suggested and which are noted thereon We have heretofore advised tho Board very strongly not to embody in the pledge for 1910 any guaranty of the percentage of tobac co to bo pooled or any number of acres to be pooled before the pool becomes effective and we are glad to know after talking with the Board that tho majority of tho Board agree with us in this opinion Our experience with litigation growing out of suitsagainstdump- ers is that a guaranty of a certain percentage of tho acreage or a guaranty of a percentage of the amount of tobacco to bo pooled before the pool becomes effective was n great detriment to us under the 1900 t pledge and put us at a great disadvantage because in every instance the parties plead that we didnot have the percentage pooled as wo claimedand it would necessitate if the same clause were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deal of trouble and expense and investi gation in order to prove that wo had the necessary percentage pooled Yours very truly t Signed JOHN H ALLEN Attorney HARDINSBURG Mr and Mrs Wes Massey and children have moved here from Louisville They occupy Gen Murrays propertyMr Mrs Wade Pile of Mook spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J H PileMaster Morris Kincheloe leaves to morrow for a three weeks visit to Rev and Mrs D IL Scott of Elizabeth townMiss Isabella Cline left last week for Vanceburg where she will spend the summer with relatives Miss Della Winchell of Tobinsport visited Miss Clara Hook and Miss Ella AhlMr Pate Bertram has returned from a brief visit to Cincinnati Little Elizabeth Baker of Center town was the guest last week of her friends Misses Miriam Kincheloe and Clara Beard Milt Miller Jell Hook Amos Board Les Walker Gus Shellman and Wade Pile composed an automobile party to Cloverport Sunday Miss Daisy Trint and Ex Supt Joe Trent of Custer were visitors of the Misses Walls Saturday an Sunday After a pleasant stay of a few weeks Miss Mary Wilson the charming guest of Misses Nancye and Della Kinch eloe left Friday for her home at Dan yule visiting friends at Lexington en routeSupt Driskell and Joel H Pile left yesterday for Henderson where they are attending the three days session of the Kentucky Educational Association Assistant manager Z M Lawrence and Herbert Hook are putting the tele phone line from the midway point be tween Hardinsburg and Cloverport and Garfield in prime condition Sassafras camp No 13 of Leitchfleld W 0 W came to Hardinsburg Satur day as follows to do inlation work for the local camp consul commander J E Layman Adviser Lieutenant Will iam Clark Banker H A Lowry Past Con Con S Clemmons Escort E M Coppage Watchman F D Coppage Capt Drill Team Joe Shuler and the following members of the order A B Day ri B Day W W Sloan Paul Meredith S L Beard W B Parsons J U Hunter O M Davis Z T Tuck er Wilbur Yates M Aller E T Proctor Will Moore Vm Hunter S W III Mq Y lIr P 3II A Glorious Old Fourth T I I HardinsburgMens ic III 4 1910ak- eII M- LJULYyour arrangements to come and enjoy yourselves as you have never done before We l1 I will see that everything is done to add comfort and enjoyment that can reasonably be done There will be a parade of Red Men in various costumes and a I Brbecued DinnerI l I Soft Drinks Ice Water and attractions of various kinds I FINE BRASS BANDI Biggest Greatest Celebration Ever Held I on Breckinridge Soil Everybody Invited I Dont miss it Theres lots in store for you I I Reduced Rates on the Branchr i I Committee ii it a m T Hunter and John H Meador They are a fine set of men represent ative of Grayson countys best and are a finely equipped body for drill work in initiating new members Twentyfive members were initiated in our camp on Saturday night A drill team was organized of which Godfrey Ball was chosen captain with H C Murray to be first lieutenant These men are well qualified to do this work and a splendid team will soon be in existence in connection with our rapidly growing local order of Woodmen of the WorldIMr and Mrs S J Baker of Pates ville came Friday to visit relatives Miss Annie Lee Bishop was the guest of Mrs Sue Jolly of Irvington Saturday and Sunday Miss Ruth Kincheloe spent a few I days with Mrs Jesse Payne of Irving ton I IMiss Margaret Peyton was the guest of Miss Sue Bandy of Irvington Miss Hannah Beard arrived from Buena Vista Virginia Thursday alter graduating in vocal expression She had spent a few weeks visiting friends in various parts of Virginia Dr W A Walker and children Virginia and Mary Elizabeth visited at Bewleyville a few days last week Mrs Tom Lyddan of Webster was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile several days last week Dr Mather and family left Thursday for Indianapolis for a visit of several days to Mr and Mrs David R Murray Thos Mather attended the commen cement of tho Boys High School in LouisvilleI Misses Emma Lou and Louise Moor man of Glendeane were guests ofI Miss Hannah Beard Saturday Miss Ruth Graham of Louisville returned home Saturday after a visit of several days to Mrs Morris Beard Miss Roberta Brodie of Chenault was the guest of Miss Ella Ahl several days recently Capt and Mrs Norris of Louisville returned home Saturday after a visitI to Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe NOTICt In order to settle the estatq of the jate Dr R L Newsom it will be necessary to sell the Cloverport Har dinsburg Turnpike This Property offers a good inducement for profitable investment of a permanent character Any person desiring to discuss th question of the purchase of the Piti will call to see the undersigned l Cloverport Ky when the terms of r sale will be I disclosedMrs Newsom 1Som1 Do you use an atomizer in treats Nasal Catarrh If so you will appf elate Elys Liquid Cream Balm tl quickest and surest remedy for this dij ease In alt curative properties it identical with the solid Cream Bal which is so famous and so successful overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever ai Cold in the head There is relief in tl first dash of spray upon the heated se sitlve airpassages All druggists 7s including spraying tube or mailed I Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York d I a EO C30EID 1I 10Jill 10JilllI COIIfr 101 IIII 10JIi211 101 Jill C01JC01iQOLCLOD CJJ 0 WATCH FOR r i j I f li GARDNERSff Ip t 1t 1J r f I y i ii- ft 0It t i t o Clearance ffd1 YIf f V 1 J- i IQ1 1 4 of f l O Advertisement 1 f Weekl+ Something In It For Yout Jctoi= c1or I 10Ill 101 II o I 0 I 10II0I I0c0 I cIOofv I- Inr r a i- O MYr jf Reliable RemcdvIli quickly absorbed 1 alOncoI soothesIresulting from and drives 1orunoa Cold in tho quickly Ilo tho Souses of to Tixflto und Smell Full size GO eta atDrug A 1gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York I t r He Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 Local Laconics 4mesh fish at English Kitchen i M T Candy bucket lOc at Noltes Tom Ferry was in Louisville Sunday Sam Keith has returned from Sebree Mrs Keech was in Louisville Satur+ payI AClyd Hall was here from Holt Sun 6 t iy Amiel Pate spent Sunday in Louis t ffville Robt Jones spent Sunday in Louis ville i 1 Forrest Miller spent Saturday in Tell c r City i Virgle Bowlds is visiting in Stephens port t Beavin Tucker spent Sunday at Van r zantRichardi S t Westtl s James Lawson was in Louisville last Ji weekThos Tousev was in Hardinsburg Friday A nice line of Oxfords and pumps at Sippels Eddison Gibson of Holt spent Sun day here Harry Newsom was in Louisville r- ySaturday Miss Luclle Berry spent Saturday in LouisvilleEd spent the week end in Louise ille Julius Dutschke of Holt was here last week Prof Tanner has returned from Bowling Green Mrs Ed McAfee of Irvington was f here Thursday Dr Forrest Lightfoot has returned from Louisville N cBest lunch in town for 15 cents English Kitchen t George Barkley was here from Steph ensport Thursday tss t- to P1 and Felix Jarboe were in fined ffSterrett Sunday ms of Mrs Ernest Pate went to L Strider were in Ne ISundayI was in Lou treatilMrsx Ben Ridgeway spent Wednes Louisvillelmthis di Bt Mr hnd Mrs Sam Bishop have been des Itvisiting in Webster I BaliGood shoes at reasonable prices at ssful it t Sippels Shoe Store ver s 1kkMiss Mayme Graham is the guest of of In relatives in Louisville Itedsti1 wereists75Sundayailedyork Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Surel z Mr and Mrs Burt Daniels spent 11C r Monday in Louisville Are you going to McQuady picnic I C next Saturday Surel Leonard and Darnell Gregory were h in Hardinsburg Saturday I C JMiss Ella Smith was the guest of t in Louisville Sunday Matthias Miller of Hardinsburg was I in town last week on business Joe Graham spent Saturday and Sun day with relatives in Louisville Harry Weatherholt and Horace Tucker were in Louisville Sunday Mrs Thos Tousey is visiting Mr I and Mrs Carl Lishen in Louisville MissRebecca Willis spent a few daysI in Louisville last week with friends Misses Carrie Tucker and Esther Mao Jackson were in Louisville Sunday John Bell of Jasper Ind was the guest of Miss Hazel Holder Sunday S Miss Ollie Waggoner of Kites Run visited Mrs II V Chapin last week S So4o4Z WANTED 50 STAVEMAKERS For particulars ad dress w H LYNCH Allen Floyd Co Ky 7 r r- w h I Mr and Mrs Ed Gregory spent the I weekJ end in Louisville with relatives Mr and Mrs A B Skillman spent Mjmluv with friends in Hnrdinsburg Mr nnd Mrs JJr W Meador kind Mrs H+ C Pate left lost night for Kansas Miss Daisy Crist and niece Katha leen Crist were in Louisville lnst week Are you going to McQuady picnic next Saturday Surel Master William Tousesv is spending several weeks with his aunt at Glasgow Mr J F Roby of Lima Ohio was the guest of Mr Otto Tague last weeki Misses Theodocia and Matheney were in Louisville Saturday I Mrs Sam Berry and son Paul lid wird spent last Wednesday in Louis ville Miss Susie Newton is spending this week in Louisville with Miss Inez Gre goryDave May of Owensboro spent Sun day with his parents Mrand Mrs Chas MayMrs Rafferty and son Douglas of New Albany have been visiting friends hereMiss Mayme Hawkins is visiting her aunt Mrs M W Moorman at Van zantWordle Graham of Henderson has been visiting Mr and Mrs Clyde Mor risonJoeMorrison who has been in Louisville for several week has returned homeHarold Murray spent Sunday in Lou isville with his brother Lawrence Murray When in town stop at Conrad Sip pels and see his nice line of shoes and OxfordsMisses Alma and Bertha Perkins spent Sunday in Louisville with Orval PerkinsMr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot are having their home in the West End paintedMiss Lillian Polk has returned from a two weeks visit at Tobinsport with relativesMrs Fontain of Louisville spent several days last week with Mrs James SkillmanHoward Drury of Basin Springs spent a few days with relatives here last week Mrs T N Brickey of Mattingly has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate Mrs Oscar Holder of St Louis ar rived Friday to visit Mr and Mrs Thos Bohler f If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flou is the flour you ought to use Mr and Mrs Weaver Tatum and children spent Sunday in Henderson with relatives Miss Malissa Mattingly has returned from a visit to relatives at Mattingly and Tar Fork If the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Mrs Mary Sippel is spending a few days in Louisville with Mr and Mrs John Reynolds J D Babbage Jr spent Sunday here with his parents Mr and Mrs John D Babbage Forrest Pate and daughter Miss Maggie spent last week with relatives at Nashville Tenn Prof and Mrs C A Tanner are in Henderson this week attending the Teachers Association Miss Kate Wroe left Sunday for TAIElT IN TIME Just As Scores Of Clovcrportt People Have Waiting doesnt pay If you neglect the aching back Urinary troubles diabetes surely follow Doana Kidney Pills relieve baokncne Cure every kidney ill Many people in this locality recom mend hoans Kidney Pills Heres one case J F licks R F D No5 Hartfordi Ky says For twelve years my kidneys were disordered I became tired easily was extremely nervous and suf fered from a dull pain in the small of my back I was also subject to dizzy spells during which there was a blurr ing of my sight The secretions iron my kidneys were too frequent in pass age and at times greatly disturbed my rest I was so much impressed with a advertisement I read regarding Doans Kidney Pills that I procured a supply and I am glad to say that it was not long before they helped me The use of two boxes effected a cure I have no hesitation in recommending thisi remedy to other kidney sufferers For sale by all dealers Price iO cents Foste Mllhurn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StutesiRemeober the nameDoBIIsundi take no other To Democrats It is generally believed that the next House of Representatives at Washing ton will be Democratic if there is united and harmonious effort on the part o Democrats everywhere The National Democratic Congress boat Committee is charged with much responsibility in furnishing a campaign book and other literature directing speakers and doing the general work organization We need your activei support especially in a financial way Please send to the National Democratic Congressional Committee Washington D C a check at once as wo are greatly in need of funds to push our work and must depend upon Democrats- to furnish them Our Committee is sustained by voluntary ontributions We are reliably informed that the Re publican Committee is already gener ously supplied with money Will you not aid us at once- JAMES T LLOYD ciimn JOSEPH E RANSDELL Chairman Finance Committee These Prices at Babbages Gro cery This Week 20 pounds Brown Sugar 1 7 bars Lenox Soap 2sc 7 bars Red Wrapper Soap 25c a cans Pumpkin 20c 3 cans Lye Homminy 20c 3 cans Royal Baking Powder 25c 1 can Table Syrup 8c 3 pounds 20c Coffee 45c Bowling Green where she will attend school for several weeks Mrs Alexine Abbott returned to her home at Warsaw Ind Monday She was accompanied by her neice Miss Virginia McGavock who will spend the summer with her FOR SALEFEW CHOICE JERSEY COWS H F GAR SUCH IRVINGTON KY R F D NO2 D D SJS I Round Trip to- CINCINNATII Saturday Night June 25th Via LtH ST L RY Tickets Sold forSpecial Train Leaving Cloverport 1255 a m arriving Cincinnati 800 a m Sunduy Juno 26 good returning on regular trains up to and including L N truinII leaving Cincinnati at 1030 p m Tuesday Juno 28th 3 Full Days in the Queen City 3 ATTRACTIONS BaseballCincinnativs PittsburgZ- oo Gardens Chester Park Vaudeville etc SPECIAL TRAIN consisting of Pullman cars and lirst class coaches For reservations and otber information apply to H M BEHEN Tlek Agent D t r s + tI t I 1 1Warts Ii W + + tots For Sale 1 Irvlnllol1IlCalNpnrticultrsseaAgent Wanted WodagrnturltrockeuldpuCnuuv ItigolucidLost Strayed or Stolen ofJunespuiu white on hind tout und foretop I to bed1 ofr AnyonuH 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mellows J yet n SILENCEI many a window short pathways on the blackness of the lawn A solitary I saddle horse rattled his bit pawed r restively and tossed his head worried 1 ly from side to side as if prescience bad touched him with foretelling On the other side of the wall lurk Ing in the dark niches was a tall lean gray haired old man who watched nnd listened and waited lIe was watching and listening and waiting for the horse Seven years It was along time He had not hunted for this man He was breaking no promise Their paths hud recrossed It was des tinyThe leaving of the guests had been hurried and noisy In truth It resembled n disorderly retreat more than anything else The denouement was evidently suittclent They had no desire to witness the anticlimax how ever Interesting and instructive t might be Ills highness the Prlnclp dl Monte Blanca Eurico by name strode up and down the floor his spurs tinkling nnd his saber rattling harsh ly Occasionally he glanced at the group on the opposite side of the room lie laughed silently Oh he would enjoy himself tonight He would extract every drop of pleasure from this unexpected moment Had she been mull he wondered to give him this longed for opportunity A mouth longer and this scene would have been Impossible At last he came to a stand in front of La Signorina who was white and weary So he said after live years 1 I find you my beautiful wife What a devil of a time you have given me across oceans and continents A bun tired times 1 have passed you without knowing It till too late And here at the Very moment when I believed it was all over you fling yourself Into the loving arms of your adoring husband I do not understand Be brief she replied the chill of snows in her voice Her hate for this man had no empty corners Say what you wilt and be gone I shall telegraph the attorneys in Home to partition the estates my heart ho mocked her The king will not add to his private purse the riches of Colonel Grosvenor and the Princlpl dl Monte Blanca your father and mine old fools To tell the truth I am badly in need of money and head of Bacchus your appearance here Is life to me my dear Sonia Life I am a rich man But with a sudden scowl what position In my household does this gentleman occupy Indicating lllllnrd und smiling evilly So It Is nil true then lllllard exclaimed You are his wife Well cried the prince Impatient ly I Inquire again what position docs he hold r This villa Is mine she answered her tone giving hint to the volcano burning In her heart However the estates many be partitioned this will be mine 1 command you to leave It- t once I loathe you The prince laughed She was simply a sack of gold But this was his hour of triumph anti he proposed to make the most of It- T could have let the carablnlerl take you to prison he said urbanely A night In a damp cell would have chastened your spirit Is it possible returned lllllard Your hlgbness has but to say the word nnd I will undertake the pleas ore of relieving you of this mans presenceBe she said Will you g07 to the prince Presently First I wish to add that your dear friend Is both thick skulled nnd cowardly I offered to slap hIs face a few nights ago but he discreet ly declinedI replied Hlllard gently releasing his arm from her grasp Ho approached the prince smiling but there were murder and despair in his heart Hud I known you that night ono of us would not be here nowIt is not too late suggested the prince Come are you in love with my wife YesTho bluntness of this assertion rath er staggered the prince You admit It then his throat swelling with rage t There is no reason to deny It l She Is your be word died with a cough I la wild Joy In bIB heart caught Vnce l v tho throat anti lammed r the i T Masks By- HAROLD i MAC GRAin Copyright 1908 by Merrill Co thClJaLbI n hlni back against the rose satin panel lllllnrd seized his sword arm and pin ned It to the panel above his head Again and again the prince made desperate attempts to free himself lie was soon falling In a bad way He gasped his lips grew blue and the whites of his eyes bloodshot This man was killing him And so he was for lllllard realizing that he had lost everything In the world worth living for was tend for killing La SIgnorlna was first to recover She sprang toward time combatants and grasped Hlllards hand the one burled in the princes throat and pulled She was not strong enough Merrihew OMally Quick lie is killing him she cried wildly The two finally succeeded In separat lag the men and ndtie too soon A moment store and the prince had been a dead man I La SIgnorlna turned upon Uillard And you would have done this thing before my very eyes- I was mad he panted shamed 1 love you better than anything else In Gods world and this man means that I shall lose you The prince lurched toward lllllard but fortunately Merrihew heard the slithering sound of the saber as It left Its scabbard Merrihew with a des perate lunge stopped the blow lie thing the saber at OMallys feet You speak English said Merrlhcw In an ugly temper You may send your orderly to the Hotel Italic tomor row morning and your saber will be given to him We can get along with out you nicely The prince tore at his mustaches Meddlers To return to Florence without his saber was dishonor lIe cursed thorn all roundly and turned to La SIgnorlna I nm In the way here he cried But listen You shall remain my wife so long us both of us live I hind intended arranging your freedom once the ostnte and moneys were divided lint not now You shell read my wife till time end of the book for unless 1 meet you halfway the marriage con tract cannot be broken In time old days It was your conscience The still Kinnll voice seems no longer to trouble you turning suggestively to lllllard You are stopping at the Hotel Italic 1 am You will find me there rev turned lllllard with good understand lug Good Your highness tomorrow night I shall have the extreme pleasure of running your lover through tame throat Ho picked up his cap ulna took his princely presence out of their immediate vicinity- It will do my soul good to stand before that scoundrel said II1111 Ill stretching out his hands and closing them with crushing force La SIgnorlna laid a protesting hand on his arm- I love you he murmured as he bout to kiss her hued And It is not dishonorable for you to hear me say 80 1 forbid you to say thoU But the longing of the world was In her eyes as she looked down at his head This Is what comes of American girls marrying these blamed foreign I ers growled the tender hearted OMally Why did you do it I am almost Italian Mr OMally I had no choice in the matter The affair was prearranged by our parents after the continental fashion When Hlllard maid La SIgnorlna wero at length atomic he asked When shall I see you again Who knows Sonic day perhaps when time has softened the sharp edges of this moment Tomorrow I shall write or very soon You will send for Iaer with eager ness and hope Why not There Is nothing wrong in our friendship and I prize it PromiseI Goodby ForI a little while I have lived In paradise Wher ever l may be at the worlds end you have but to cult me In a month In a year a decade I shall come Goodby Without looking at her again he rushed away She remained standing there as mo tionless as a statue Ho had not asked her If she loved him and that was well But there was not at that mo ment in all the length and breadth of Italy a lonelier woman than her high ness the Frlnclpcssa dl Monte Blanca Meanwhile the prince raging mounted his horse Eh well This tuna tomorrow night the American should pay dearly for it all- An the woman he could never understand her But for her tools conscience be would not have been 0c J Nervous ell was very nervous U writes Mrs Mollie Mirse of CarrsvJ1Je Ky had palpitation of the heart andirregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but 1 am lots better since taking Cardui E 4keCARDUI the Womans Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by Its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Cardui had herself been cured of serious female trouble by Cardui so she knew what Cardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you loa Wont you try it Please do nmng tue oeggars norse today sue was now too self reliant too Intelli gent She was her father over again soldier and diplomat He was riding past the confines of the villa when a man darted out suddenly from the shadows and seized the bridle At last my princeI Giovanni Instinctively the prince reached for his saber knowing that he had heed Of It but the scabbard was empty He cursed the folly which had made him lose it Oddly enough his thought ran swiftly bade to the little coma In the Sabluo hills Bah Full of cour age knowing that one or the other would not leave this spot alive he struck his horse with purpose this time to run his man down But Gio vaunt did not lose his hold Hate and the nearness of revenge made him strongNo no he laughed She Is dead my prince And II was not going to seek you I was going to let hell claim you in Its own time But you rode by me tonight This Is the end The prince unhooked his scabbard and swung it aloft But Giovanni was fully prepared lie released the bri mile h his arm went back and hubs knife spun through the air Yet In that Inv stant in which Giovannis arm was poised for the cast the prince lifted his horse on its haunches The knife gashed the animal deeply in the neck Still on Its haunches It backed wild with the unaccustomed pain The lip of the road at this spot rotten and unprotected gave way The prince tried to urge the horse forward The hind quarters sank and the prince tried In vain to slip from the saddle There came a crash a cry anti horse and rider went pounding down the gorgeGiovanni trembled and time sweat on his body grew cold For several min utes he waited dreading but there was no further sound Ho searched mechanically for his knife recovered It and then crept down the abrupt side of the gorge till he found them They were both dead Holy Father thou hast waited sev en years too long Giovanni crossed himself lIe gazed up at the ledge where the tragedy had begun The cloud passed and revealed the shining muskets of two carablnlcrl doubtless attracted by the untoward sounds Giovanni stole main Tits was killing him over the stream and disappeared Into the blackness beyond It was MerrIhew who woke the sleep ing cabby pushed lllllard into a sent and gave the final orders which were to take them out of tbo Villa Ariadne forever He was genuinely moved over the vhslble misery of his fxlend Whoa s c they arrived at the white hotel in the Uorgognissantl Aferrlbew was glad At itI in time morning lllllnrd honnl a fist bntiplns on the panels of the door Open Jack Hurry I cried Merri Vow outside IIIHard opened the door Whats Ill trouble Dun ho asked Korrlliew whispered Dead Whur milords heart contracted The prince They found him aul his horse at the bottom of the gorge Time concierge says that there has been tout playtrnckv In the dust a strung cut in the neck of the horso mind a scabbard minus Its saber Now what till devil shall 1 do with the blamed sword tDead lllllard sat down on the edge of the bed Dead Then she was free free What shall I do with the sword demanded Merrihew a second time Put It In the bottom of the trunk- n l leave It thcre till you land in New York But the prince dead 1 You are sure Florence rings with the story And then Merrihew noticed lllllnrd still wore his evening clothes and the bed was untouched Thats very foolish Why I couldnt have closed my eyes replied lllllnrd But wont she need you up there Merrihew was obviously troubled If she needs me shell send for me I shall remain here and wait She is free Thank God Didnt Giovanni tell us that lie had friends in Flcsole near Florence and that he was going to visit them asked Merrihew Giovanni I had forgotten But what had my old valet against the princeGiovanni had a daughter said Mcrrlhew His knife left a scar on the man The prince carried a long scar on his chock lllllnrd began dressing in his day clothes stopping at times and frown Ing at the walls At night the lust of the American Comic Opera company straggled into the hotel OMnlly verbose as ever did all the talking You wouldnt know her lie said referring to La Slgnorhla for they would always call her that When she heard of that duffers death I swear that she believed you had a hand In It But when she heard that the accident hind occurred before you left the villa she just collapsed Tie police wero hunting for the missing sa ber Of course wo knew nothing about it with a wink at Merrihew When the others were gone lllllard asked Kitty If she had any news She said that she would write you and for you to remain here till you received the letter Was that all Yes Have you seen anything of that wretched man Worth who is tho cause of nil this trouble No nor do I care to Kitty and Mcrrlhew went out to gether t S t t t They were gone to America and llll lard was alone He missed them all sorely Merrihew with his cheery laugh Kitty with her bright eyes and OMnlly with his harmless drolleries And no letter Dally he searched the newspapers for news of Giovanni But to all appearances Giovanni had vanished as Indeed he had forever out of Hlllards sight and knowledge The letter came one week after the departure of his friends It was post marked Venice And the riddle was solved To be continued Better Than a Cure It is well to cure a cold butjbetter to prevent it As soon ns you feel a cold conning on take one or two Lanes Pleasant Quinine Tablets ItYou will not have a cold and the Tablets will leave you feeling hotter than ever They cure grip in a few hours 250 I- box at druggists and dealers HAVE SCHOOL FOR BIDE English Institution That Really Has a Great Deal to Be Said In Its 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perpendicular df Bun ker Hill monument Must have been a swell subject for a moving picture netPuckAs I Good as Refused And she refused you Practically She said silo would marry me as soon ns 1 setled down and went to work at something worth while Chkiijro IlecurdIIerald- To know what one likes Is tin begin lug of wisdom nnil of old ageI Rte VtllKOII A BYRON STATUE Made For Westminster Abbey but Dean Lincoln Refused It Many years ago somo admirers of Lord Byron raised a subscription for a monument to the poet to be placed In Westminster abbey Chantrey was re quested to execute it but on account of the smallness of tho sum subscribed ho declined and Thorwaldsen was then applied to and cheerfully under took tho work In about 1833 the finished statue arrived at the customs house In London but to the astonishment of tho sub scribers the dean of Westminster Dr Ireland declined to give permission to have It set up In the abbey and owing to this difficulty which proved Insur mountable for Dr Irelands successor was of the same opinion It remained for upward of twelve years In the customs house when 1S4G It was re moved to time library of Trinity col lege Cambridge The poet is represented In tho statue of the size of life seated on a ruin with his left foot resting on the fragment of a column In his right hand ho holds a style up to his mouth in his left a book Inscribed Chllde Harold Ho Is dressed in a frock coat and cloak Beside him on the left Is n skull above which Is tho Athenian owl Tho likeness Is of course post humous Thorwaldsen was born Nov 10 1770 and died on March 24 1844 Exchange A LAD OF MYSTERY That Awful Boy Jones Who Tor mented Queen Victoria For n little while about the middle of the nineteenth century that awful boy Jones was the torment of Queen Victorias life and his short career in public contains a mystery which would try the mettle of Sherlock Holmes Ho was a barbers apprentice who In some unexplained way discovered n passage Into Buckingham palace with which he alone was acquainted When he was first found trespassing he was gently admonished and sent home Soon after he was encountered again In the palace Ho would not tell how ho obtained access Again he was sent home fwd again he reappeared Once he calmly admitted that he had been lodging in the palace for a fort night He had laid snug during the day sleeping In the royal apartments and at night had wandered from rooms to room helping himself to the food left over from royal repasts He had seen the queen repeatedly and Indeed had never been far from her The matter was considered so seri ous that the boy was summoned be fore a special meeting of thQ privy council He refused to give any ac count of his secret Soon after he dis appeared and It is supposed that he was removed under state protection London Globe Grant In the Saddle Grant was at his best In tho saddle The one real record that ho made for himself at the academy the one time that he excelled all his fellows was at tho final mounted exercises of his graduating class when riding a fa mous horse named York ho was called upon to clear the leaping bar that the gruff old riding master had placed higher than a mans head He dashed out from his place In tho ranks a smooth faced slender young follow on a powerful chestnut sorrel and galloped down the opposite side of the hall turned and went directly at the bar tho great horse increasing his pace as ho neared it and then as If ho and his rider were one rising and clearing it with a magnificent bound The leap is still recorded at the acade my as Grants upon YorkSt Nlch olas A Singular Marriage Custom The Kurds have a very curious and somewhat dangerous lulage custom winch ope would think would be more IP1 ir y Honored m me nreacii man in tat ob servance The husband surrounded by a bodyguard of Itwenty or thirty young men carries his wife home on his back In a Hctirlet doth and Is desperately assaulted the whole way by a number of girls Sticks and stones are burled at the bridegroom who in the coming home with his bride can hardly be considered n very happy man for the irate amazons often In filet on him marks which he carries to the grave It may be that among the lady pursuers are some of the bridegrooms former Dames who turn the mock attack into downright earnest to avenge slighted love Quite a Comfort There was a time when they put men in Jail for debt said tho bill col lector severely Well answered the fretted citizen I dont know but a good stout jail where your creditors couldnt send In cards or call you up on the telephone Would be a great deal of n comfort Washington Star- Experience Would Tell- I want an easy chair said tthe householder entering the store Yes sir said the salesman What sortI dont know yet was the answer Let me look Into the boss ofilce told see what he tins He ought to lie a Judge Buffalo Express v A Marrying Man Are you 11 inn frying lIIunr wits asked of a somber looking gentleman it a recent reception Yes sir wrens the prompt reply IIm a clergymanl Talent creates n work genius 1 keepI t from dying Emerson DfDNT GET IT RIGHT He Thought He Was a Student of Hu man Nature but He Wasnt On this trip In said the car con ductor about 1130 oclock at night well begin to pick up tho beaus They commence leaving their lady loves about 11 oclock Ive seen so many of them get on the car that Ive got so I can tell who has said a lov ing goodby and who has hind n scrap with her Its In the way they pay their fare The car stopped and a young man stepped aboard Theres one continued the con ductor Ill get his faro and then como back nod tell you how I think he got along with his ladylove The tare was collected mid the con ductor returned to the man with whom he had been talking Thief hAd a light he said Id almost bet she told him to go nod never return Oh Im a student of human nature you bet you Just then another fellow boarded the cur He sat down by the beau Why hello John the new passen ger said How are the wife and ba biesAll well but time youngest girl was tho reply Im going down to the drug store now to get her somo cough medicine Time conductor went to tho other end of the car and stayed there as much as he could Denver Post THE BEST THEY HAD Put It All on Exhibition to Make a Good Impression The Norwegians are always trying to put tho best foot forward and they do It In reference to marriage as well as in reference to other matters It Is said that a young man once went out to seek a wife and camo to a farmhouse where there was more wit than money Tho only thing of which tho farmer could boast was ono new sleeve to his coat This must be made the most of Pray take a seat ho said hospitably But this room Is shockingly dusty and so saying ho went about wlolnc tables and imnrhoa KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PRICEF0Trlel Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES QUAJitAliTJED RATISPAOTOE OilMONEY KEFUXDED i J with his new sleeve while he kept the old one behind him His wife possessed one new shoo and one only lint she made the most of It by pushing the furniture in place with It and keeping the other hidden untidyhereplaceThen they called to the daughter to come and put things to rights But the only new thing sho possessed was a cap So she kept putting her head In at the door and nodding and nod dingFor my part she said I cant be everywhere at once Thus they nit tried to make the young man believe that the household was well to do Detroit Free Press Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAi4e Ills name isnt really Guzzler but It will answer the purpose and It Is descriptive Guzzler has a habit of looking upon the wine when It Is red frequently to the extent that he can see two bottles where only one exists Now Guzzler Is married and recently the stork paid a visit to his abode Several days after the event two of his friends nut anti the following conversation ensued Hello old man Hear about the doings over at Guzzlers No Another birthday party Yes lu a way Guzzlers wife has presented him witI twins How do you know How do 1 know Well I ought to know ttizzler told me himself Well I wouldnt place too much dependence on It You know Guzzler generally sees doubleNet York Tunes I NOTICE Please do not ask u to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Rabbage THE FATA MORGANA Conditions That Must Obtain to Al low of Its Production The fata morgana Is a singular aerial phenomenon akin to tho mirage It is seen In many parts of tho world but most frequently and In greatest per fection nt time strait of Messina be tween Sicily and Italy So many con ditions must coincide however that even there It is of comparatively rare occurrence To allow of Its production the sun must be at an angle of forty five degrees with the water both sky and sea must bo calm and the tidal current sulllclently strong to cause the water in the center to rise higher than on the edges of the strait When these conditions are fully met the observer on the heights of Calabria look ing toward Messina will behold a series of rapidly changing pictures sometimes of most exquisite beauty Castles colonnades successions of beautiful arches palaces cities with houses and streets and church domes mountains forests grottoes will appear and vanish to be succeeded per limps by fleets of ships sometimes placidly sailing over time deep some times Inverted while a halo like n rainbow surrounds every Image It Is supposed that the Images are due to the Irregular refractive powers of the different layers of air above the sea which magnify repeat and distort tho objects on the Sicilian shore beyond but to tho Italians these singular ap pearances are the castles of the Prin cess Morgana and tho view of them li supposed to bring good fortune to the beholder The Florin The florin one of the most famous of modern coins originated In Florence Some say that It gave the name to tho city while others assert that It was first so called because it hud on It a flower do luce from tho Italian flo rone or flower for tho saute reason that an English silver piece is culled a crown or certain gold pieces In Prance Indifferently napoleon or a louts or the ten dollar gold piece lu America an eagle Two countries Austria and Holland have retained tho florin as a unit of monetary value taking It at a time when It was very universal In Europe Its usage having been rendered general by tho financial supremacy of the little states of northern Italy and tho Imperfect coinage continent system of tho other countries of the SubscribeI v t Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 141STATIONS 146 I 142 144 148 451143I I II Dally lDally DalllL9 pm440Dmd40um LvLOUI5VILLBhM 7 15am 12 50 pm 7 40pm 3TKAWHEKUV f235 h HlSUUKl1 h hh1I11h am itim MEUOUA f8 42 f3 13 f7 08 h f5H t9 14STITE M30 1207 f702 h h hrs 17 hIATUlt N f2 01 h10 01 l 21 0 21 WEST POINT 029 1201 050 f523 fl 23 HOWARU fll5Sira M54 f5 31 f9 30 hUAltTLJoS fll 60 M 40 h f5 37 f9 31 ROOK 11AVKN fll 45 fU 41 f5 43 tll 40 LONG liltANOII fll 37 tfl 33 h 5 53 fl 49 bRANDEMJUUG 1129 125 559 fll 50 EKItONiii21 0 1U 0 0S f00 GUSTO 548 ill 13 II 08 10 43 JI5025 10 13 IltVlNOlON 1IJ1 Hoc 001 to 31 flO IIIh hh Vhl1S1Eit flO 57 f542 h h 31t0 h 41r0fd 2 055 1044 STElHENSlURT 1027 514 f7 OU rio 48 ADDISON tlOZi f5 10 1704 flu 50 HOLT flO 19 f5 08 0 a m 11 M l 715 11 00 815s1LOPs 802l0f14tIl3f131toC13II15I701IUTOIL7 I13 is35iig 8 33 isiOpm OWEN8HORO 350 f8 45 3 45 0ST 8 40 CONWAY Uf1317 35 f8 57 f2 27 STANLV 822 f328 034t140 f9 03 NEWMAN f8 15 fOl 21I77 58 9 18 SPOTTSVILLE 758 Mil 013 0tJS55pm 155 10 15 130 EVANSVILLE 335 710dm 2307 40am 7 40pm ST LOUIS II Wpm 834am I ory- Hf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers front west of Cloverport I Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvln ton and Fordsvllle Last Bound Second Class 11st Class 1st Glass Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONS MixedDallyI ehrSunday1140pmf625f700f720 f607 fll 43 Harned f931 C307 1058 s1048f7Cl031f7573810 tO S9 S1220 0 Qlendenne s8 as147 S1013 819 f701l S122S Dempster s846 si 40 slOOO 5SJ3 slU 41 Falls of Roughf3 31 si 25 01fU956f90S9118 1730 i 110 Ol1kshf7liS 1223 f 045 5920 736 f 1 2- 0T20 Elmltchs755 sl21s s 038 925 750 Fordsville 1210pm 935 130ff 400CSIO 40S310Ef 54fUllO234Sn s 204flO IS- no f 3 07 Bremen f5 5C f 144 is f3 25o s1111port i5 35 f 1 21- t1118 f343 Anton f5 12 t 100 h 1145 s4 00 Madison vllle 84 50 1230 1155 4 11 ARLINGTON 1 40 1220 J HOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of ROUKhu li Soeond1Class25This Tlmo Tublo went + 31 27 ZelTout Sunday Juno 24 26 1111zed Passenger Passenger 19 1010 at 1159 P1l1Passenger Passenger Mixed MowIIYlIdnI un Onlyanollly Frldy 1 125pm10upI I I I I I I I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business If you do you may find Just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business oil you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage CO CH 67 acres 3H miles north of Hard py JW insburg near tho Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements double Log house small stable Good rich land ono for Hurloy tobacco Terms easytor further Intorma tlon write Jno D Uabbago Cloverport Ky 140 acres 2 miles from ooston 3 300 3 miles from Irvington well watered lays well good young orchard good timber on rural route school house tow yards trop house improvements good tour room dwelling with kitchen on back poroli two good burns barn and tenant houso and cistern back In the field meat and hen house wood shed will sell on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dabbago Oloverport Ky AT ACRE FARM 5 room cottano hall and U porch In good repair good 7stall stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat house and hen houso and a variety of apples poaches and grapes a good well and never falling spring for stock water 200 yards east of Ilardlnsburg In easy distance to the High School building when erected CO 000For ISO acres four miles west of 3 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres lu cultivation 50 acres In grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco in neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwelling log dwelling 8 rooms and sldo room bouselllentypurposesKoodFOR SALE Store house and dwelling corn StrootsOJovorportwhololengthexchange for a dwelling house In Clovorport AvenueWe1110cntea FOR BALEA farm containing 25Oacres and ByeL5barnsonetrees also pears quinces most all kinds of small fruits Including a nIce redlbalancegroves of black locust sulllclont for posts to wire tho whole farm in It lies near Kkroo orlongFOR splendid stand for a druggist surroundedbyI the place for some young physician to step busl1ulIlISAnIs tho reason for soiling For further partic Y wport t Try our Want Column Right Now1 I la Q JH r I 1 f s Y r a0 r Y- Fl R a- ii II AT ALEXANDERSa4 White Goods Fl 20csiloI In OCsaleI i 1 III i l 1211salell i IC III l 15csale121zCgaleIt liL Whife Waisttiing worth 20c sale price 115c White Waisting worth 25c i stile price 20C White Suitings worth 25c MlleI price 19c White Suitings worth 20c YaleI lprice 115c1 OCsalei 1j 1 1 r Pt i J0Csalei i 19Csl White Linen worth 50c sale price 40 cit r Linen worth 75c it itIVsaleI I pricer P 60C Sheetingll 24 yards widei worth 1 sole price 85c IVrsian Lawn worth 12c salel- i price 110Cj Persian Lawn worth15c 1 Oly alc price yZJj c- PI Lawn worth 20c15CMile price Persian Lawn worth25c sale price 20 c Persian Lawn worth 30c wile pricei 25 C Persian I saleI priceCl Gingham Dress GoodsO- ne lot Dress Gingham CsubcI i I One W 1tleI i 3lc A 10CsaleI 1 One lot Woolen Dress Goods worth f0c go in this sale at IOC Ladies Coat Suits Wash Suits worth 5 goat 398 Woolen Coat Suit worthll I goat 10001 Ladies Muslin Underwear 25c Corset Covers goat 20c 50c Corset Covers goat 40c 60c Gowns go at 49c 75 gowns65C100 Gowns go at 79 C 75c Underskirts Coat100 Underskirts CgoatLadies Shirt Waists 50c Waists 45cgo at The Waistsi goat 65c 100 Waists Cgoat1 i 24goati Ladies BlackJ Silk Underskirts Worth 5 goat DJ19U Laces and Embroideries 1 l 0Cgo1 lot Embroideriesi worth12c goat 83 American Beauty Corsets 81 Corsets85C5Qc Corsets 480 10 doz Towels worth 12c each 1- goat U3C Hosiery Mens Socks worth lOc Lgo at 71y C Ladies Hose worth lOc Lgo at 71yL c Trunks rl X200boatTr l 2150golI 100goatTrunks worth 500 goat 450 Trunks worth 600 go atr VIVO Tr 00goClothing 1 75Knickcr1 1 lot Boys Long Pants Suits worth 350 go at 198I 1 lot Boys Long Pants Suits worthl 500 goat tJIYO 1 lot hoys Long Pants Suits worth 750 go a- tMens 519U Clothing I X3198goatMens 7 50 Suits jioM 119UnoM i 10100noMens 1500 Suits i gnat 1250I Mens Odd Pants PI 80roPunts worth 2 50 goat wi 200 Pants worth 300 goat 250 Pants worth 350 goat 300 Pants worth 400 goat VINO One lot Boys Cottonade Long Pants e worth 50cgo atCOl l J9CgoatMens Wool Fur Hats Mens Hats worth 150 go at X1001 M 0goat1 11c 2100oatt Straw HatsSt- raw Hats worthl 125 go at 89c St 24go1 1150sale1 St 2100sale1 l Shoes 20 per cent discount on all my shoes during this sa- leMatting 25e Mattings go in this for sale19CII- 20c CiMattings go in this sale for 15I C 15c Mattings go iin thisl sale for 1 OC Carpets Ct 0CgoatCarpets worth 35c i goat 25c Look At TheseSpecial Prices QSale1 n All Calico Sale price 5c 3 cans Tomatoes i Sale price 0 25Cr2 cans Corn Sale Price Vr 0 15c iG Ibs Soda vi 0 Sale pripe rif 110Cr l 10 quart Granite BucketSvbrth 50c Sale Price 7V 25c 14Dishpanworth50cSale 25cj 0 G quart Kettle worth 50o Sale price 25C G quart Stow Pan Vy Sale ricii 25c Glass TumblorstjSale price Doz J2fr t 25C Glass Fruit Dishes Sale price doz25Cto 1Sale2CIm Irvington KyII Date of Sale Irvington Ky Wednesday and Thursday June 29 and 30 1j Friday and Saturday JulyI 1 2iI This Sale is Strictly Cash No Goods Sold at AdvertlsedPrices only for Cashu uh rr7u