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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1910 8 Pastes NO 52 t DITTO MOORMAN- I WEDDING THURSDAY 1 t Mlss Mary Cornelia Ditto and Mr Raymond Moorman are Married at the Home i of Mr+ and Mrs Fairleigh IONLY RELATIVES PRESENT lIll The wedding of Misa Mary Cornelia Ditto auJVMr Raymond Moorman took place Thursday afternoon at 3 o clock at the home of the brides aunt Mrs n David W Fairleigh of Louisville The ceremony was said by Dr Alderman pastor of the Fourth Street Baptist Churcht Miss Katie Graghum Ditto of Brand I enburg was the maid of honor and Mr Tames Moorman of Big Spring the grooms brother was best man The other attendants were Misses Graham I and Minnie Lee McGehee Misses Kate McGehee and Addle G Ditto Holton and Fred Ditto brothers of the bride r Miss Myrtle Moorman and Miss A Louise Babbage carried streamers of white ribbon from the stairway in the hall to the parlor where the ceremony was solemnized The bridal party marched through the ribbon aisle while Miss Mildred Bacbage played the wed ding march The bride was given in murriage by her father Mi William DittoShe wore a dainty white dress and r veil caught with orange blossoms and Carried a French bouquet The maid of honor carried pink sweet peas Immediately before the ceremony Miss Addle Fairleigh sang Song of My Soul accompanied by Miss Florence Fairleigh The guests included only the relatives Iof the bride and groom 41The house was beautifully decorated in cut Rowers The brides tablo which was the first one she had ever dined on at the Ditto c1 homestead when a baby girt was set with pink candles lace dollies and a st center piece of sweet peas Delicious ices an t cakes were served r before the party left for the depot E Phillips Oppenheim E Philips Oppenheim the novelist is prepairiug to come to America for a visit to the home of his American wife near Boston Mr Oppenheim who is perhaps the most widely read English novelist today has written friends In this country that he has given up his business interests i to devote more time to travel and writ ing His lattst novel entitled Havoc which he has just finished will receive its first publication in this country in serial form in the Swart Set Magazine beginning with the September issue The Smart Set promises with this stqry an enlargement of the magazine i Not Yet Says Senator Bradley The editor of the News is m receipt- of a letter from Senator Bradley in recentlylubUshed f r 3Fbeheld any conference in Frankfort with friends relative to the Republican nomination for Governor The Information upon which the editorial in the News was based came from a Frank fort newspaper or a Frankfort corres pondent we are not sure which and the statement of another Frankfort paper that Lieut Governor Cox would be a candidate for Governor Senator Brads ley concludes his letter to the editor of The News with this very significant I statement Up to this time l have done absolutely nothing so far as the nomination for Governor is concerned Up to this time seems to indicate that the Senator will take a hand at a- laterJ time and when he does the News predicts it will be an iron hand which somebody will feel and that it will not 1 be for the benefit of Judge ORear The Repnblicans of Kentucky can no more nominate a candidate for Governor in Kentucky without consulting Bradley i than they can name a United States f District Attorney or any other important Federal officer Watch Senator J WO at some time take a hand in the Governors race and then watch the slate of the other fellows smashed to piecesEtown News C NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS I have the 1010 tax book In my officej InClaverportilnciam ready to receive tax L Drop in and pay 1+ R 0 Perkins Deputy Sheriff J c r HAPPY REUNION At The Home Of Mr And Mrs S R Berry in This City Last WeekTwentytwo In All Present Wednesday What was a happy dal for Mr andI Mrs S R Berry of this city was last Wednesday when they sat down to the dinner table with all their own childre- and their grandchildren present occasion wt s caused by the returnTheII their son LeRoy Berry from army who has been gone three years spending a deal of his time at Van couver Barracks Washington It was not only a family reunion but a celebration of the thirtyfirst anni versary of the marriage of Mr andII Mrs Berry They have also living in Cloverport twenty years thisI month Mr and Mrs Berry are to b congratulated on thlr excellent chit I dren especially those who have grown into manhood and womanhood They have have health and energy and th highest principlestThe children of Mr and Mrs Berry who are not married are LeRoy Owen Harry Ralph and Miss Lucille Berry The married ones and their familie- ate Mr and Mrs Ohas Berry Mr and Mrs Sam Berry Jr and children Paul Edward and Helen Francis Mrjj and Mrs Thurman Hook and children Thurman Jr and Harold of Howell Indiana Mr and Mrs John BlackJJ Mr and Mrs O H Bowlds and IlttleJJ daughter Thelma Popular Visitor Miss Mary Breidenbach of Owens boro was surprised last Wednesday evening by a party of friends who gath ered at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas May in her honor Miss Brei denbach was the guest of the Misses I May for a week Princeton Institute In this issue of the News appears an interesting advertisement of the Princeton Cgllegiate Institute Prince ton Kentucky This is a splendid school for girls with every educational advantage Ida M Taylor is principal and will be glad to furnish information to anyone In regard to the institute SmithTague birsF M Smith announces the en gagement of her daughter Miss Jennie Simons Smith to Mr Carroll E Tague of Lima Ohio The wedding will take plae in the early fall Miss Smith is the daughter of the late Dr F M Smith Vital Principles By Dortch Campbell The News is in receipt of a well bound book in brown leather entitled Vital principles The little volume points out the way to perfect health and a life of one hundred years The author is Dortch Campbell Middlesboro who will mail the book to anyone for one dollar Mr Campbell is a well known newspaper man and covered the recent meeting of the Kentucky Press Associa tion for the Louisville Time- sAnnouncement We the committee for the Sunday School Convention to be held at Harped Baptist church July 0 1010 beg leave to announce that we are making all the necessary arrangements to make it a pleasant day for one and all Dinner on the grounds also plenty of ice water Cojeman PayneIRobt BruingtonIx Charlie Weatherford Committee Sales of Lambs J E Munford sold last week 34 lambs averaging 75 pounds at 7 celltst 000E B Ashcraft sold 23 lambs from 15 ewes and intimates that very few sheep of raisers in this county can show a better record J q Mr Brown Improving i Julian Bro uwbo isat Dawson MrsBlown 0 FRANK WEGERLEY II CAUGHT IN THE NIGHT Takes Chickens In The Early Morning And Eats Breakfast In The Lock Up illS FIRST EXPERIENCE IN JAIL What was a sad and unexpected ex Megerlenhappened Sunday morning about three awakenedjMurray chicken lot Mr Murray was ready in a minute to investigate mat ters and as soon as he was on the ground he spied Frank taking his choice of the Murrays White Leghorns A sufficientlandas fast as ho could to his hut down on reachedehome he was overtaken by Chief Dc Haven and Mr Murray Frank was put in the lockup im experI ience in prison notwithstanding his son was arrested on the same charge several years ago Frank said he did not know why he took the chickens appetitesThe wonder of his friends Is that he was caught for Frank is getting old now and wise enough to keep his fingers oil of fine fowls Frank had company in jail however for a dope Rend was locked up with him They are both out today and are happyWHEAT JUMPS HIGH Advance Of her Four Cents In December Options Chicago July 5On nervous light trading wheat this afternoon showed- an advance of 2J4 to 4c the latter in the December option Worse and worse drouth conditions in the spring crop zone were responsible Plowing up of wheat fields was said to have been started at many places in Minnesota The North Dakato crop it was alleged had gone too far for ruin to be of help Damage north of the Canadian Pacific rail road was estimated at 10 to 25 per cent and south 25 to 65 per cent The price of the September delivery here reached 101 Jd and Drcemier 1O29f Western Horses c Many nice western ponies were sold here this week by Messrs Burt fc i Smith They brought in a car load t from the west and it contained many 1 good ones Not many years ago this character of stock could be bought from 5 to 25 each but it is reported that they are growing scarce upon the western plains and now an extra grad one commands from 50 to l00Han cock Clarion A Chance For A Fox Chase Al Whitworth and Jesse Miller say they have two of the best and fastest hounds in the county and they make the statement that their houn Js can beat any in the couuty Heres a chance now to have a fine chase if you have dogs that can run and you have faith in them write Al Whitworth Stepheusport Ky if you want a race Dinner For Miss Hambleton t a Miss Anne Hambleton of Sorgho was the guest at an all day dinner yesterday at the home of Mr and MrsS Chas Lightfoot The guests were J Mrs Etta Evans Miss Lizzie Skill man Mrs Fred Ferry Miss Josie Georgia White and MrsI Newspaper Enterprise A creditable and praisworthy bit of journalistic enterprise was pulled off at the prtss meet at Middlesboro llast week by the Western Newspaper Union the personal supervision of Mr Radford its Cincinnati manager itc printed daily an eight page newspaper profusely illustrated with the pictures the prominent editors and a full account of all its proceedings It was a first class effort run by a first class is man and the Kentucky editors certainly 1 apPreciate the enterprise of the to Western Newspaper Union It was done at considerable expense without any revenue except the plaudits of the newspaper folksrt R1izAbathtgwn NewsCI GO TO IRVINGTON M And Mrs Chas Hook Will Leave Clpverport Next Week To Make Their Home At The Railroad Center Mr and Mrs Charles Hook an little daughtersMisses Elizabeth Moorr leavYe Monday for Irvington to make their home Mr Hook is one of Cloverports best citizens and his departure is re gretted He is a member of the City Council and has always taken an active interest in the city Mrs Hook and the little girls are lovely and have friends who loathe to see them leave Mr Hook has been 1 the grocery department F Fraize and will hold n position with the Irving- ton Mill Company JOSEPH HOWARD iMet Death in a Peculiar Way Was Prominent Man of Glendeane and in the Prime of Life Word was receivel here that Joseph Howard of Glendeane was instantly 1 killed by being struck in the head by tthe limb of a tree He was assisting iu- d I namitinga tree in an effort to secur- a drove of bees He was standing aboutt 100 yards from the tree when the ex pi sion occured The accident and death of Mr How ard causes deep regret throughout the country He was a member ot a wellI known family anda brother of Jess Howard of Glendeane Notes Of The K P A J Erie Davis represented the Cour- ieri Journal both at Middlesboro andi IPineville 000 Capt John A Cowles of Louisville who has the title of the Ancient andIIi Accepted Scottish Rite S J U S A I iSovereign Grand Inspector General of r edi1torsI 000 l Hugh Young of the Pineville Sun gave away very attractive souvenirs cf r The Sun office to the editors during their stay at Pineville 000 Mr Carroll a New Yorker who wasI a guest at the Middlesboro was the last duriuthen the front balcony and there were no window curtains in his room 000 Louis Landrum of Danville Messenger was one of the hardest workers for the success of the Press meeting Not withstanding the duties of opening his new office at Danville he had the work of arranging the business sessions for the editors And that job of getting people to take part is not as easy as reading over the program 000 Mr Saunders J Erie Davis and Jack Sallee of the Courier Journal entertained Miss Addie Fairleighs guests Miss A Louise Babbage and Miss Mildred Babbage last Wednesday night at their private Sanctuuj Sane torum in the Courier Journal building After an inspection of the plant of newspaperhe0 m and the hours spent with these newspaper men were truly Joys of The Press Those in the party be the hosts were Misses Fairleigh Louise and Mildred Babbage Katie Graham Ditto and Katie McGhee Messrs Mullane Kelsker Fred and Ditto Lansen Ditto of New York and Mr Perkins of Jacksonville Fla Mrs Hidden Studying Law Mr and Mrs J R Hidgou have re turned from Owensboro where Mr Hidgou was engaged in the circuit as attorney for Annie E Auda gainst the Mutual Life Insurance Co While in Owensboro Mrs Hidgon visited her parents Mr and Mrs M H En right and attended court as well It understood that Mrs HIgdon is study ing law and may some day be licensed practice this profession in connection servinghisattorney for Hancock county Hancock V 4c Kentucky Editors in the Mountains- By Louise Written Especially for the Breckenridge News This is my third article about the fortyfirst annual meeting of The Kentucky I Press Association that was het and1t could be said but if I should live a hundred years there would still be fresh thoughts of the press meeting iin that mountain borough to put in print When I left home all the tion I had was packed in my trunk to go to Middlesboro to work Mr Clark resident manager of the Western News paper Union of Cincinnatiasked me to assist them in publishing the convent tion daily The Western Publisher an 1 for several weeks in advance I wa busy gathering material for this paper Monday afternoon as soon as I stepped off the train at Middlesboro I was introduced to Mr Radford representing the Union Immediately he took me t the print shop of the News Recor- where d the daily was published and gay me all needed information At th e News Record office I met Mr Chas P Cunningham and Mr Warren Cunning ham Messrs S G Rozelle George Jones Joe Heil C E Jones P B Snapp and Miss Nora Blankenship I 1wa at home That print shop charm ed me I forgot about supper forgott about the pretty new dress mother made for me to dress up in for th wasegetting copy for that daily THE RECEPTION Monday evening before supper after supper at the station at the hotel on Jne streets in the drug stores and at the opera house the citizens of Mid dlesboro were receiving and welcoming- the Kentucky editors Flags were fly ing Michaels Band was playing red white and blue lights were burning in Mayoribrother R C Ford Mrs Helburn Mrs Johnson and so many delightful people were receiving and introducing the editors This reception held forth at the Middlesboro Hotel until 12 oclock that night and even that lateJ hour came too soon PROGRAMl sleep late and by eight oclock I had a bunch1 of copy ready for the Publisher II opened my letters filled some mall I orders for Joys of The Press and ate breakfast Then our party Addle Fairleigh Mildred Babbage and Miss Addie Dittowho received flowers every day from some one 1 never learned went to the opera house to the opening session of the meeting We heard Mayor Helburns welcome address President Underwoods annual address the annual poem of E A Jonas the report of Secretary Bowmar Col Haldeman and others spoke This was the only business session I attend ed Accldently I got in my head that President Underwood said that Middles boro wanted us to put pleasure before business and I did So John Babbage Jr stole out of the opera house with me and our play began AT THE BUNGALOW Twelveoclock we reached Hartranft Tenn the home of Senator Daniel Cooper Swab He and Mr J H Keeney assisted by Messrs Walter Finley C S McManas Misses Isabelle and Elizabeth Ralston Mrs Gaines Moss Mrs Finley and Mrs Horr en tertained the press boys and girls Our special train furnished free by the L Ss N to ride us any place at any time during our stay in the mountains stopped at the front door of Senator Swabs bungalow and he was standing on the front steps to greet us Oh the balcony were tables laden with good things to eat George Peters ofThe Courier Journal said he had never seen such an elegant luncheon and he is an old chap who has been wined and dined all over the United States It isjj not manners to ask the price but I learned that luncheon cost those mine J owners J600 And too Mr Keeney and the Senator were as generous to the mountain boys and girls as he was to us Many a fellow who did not know a stick from a galley got an ice cream F cone over the back fence Mrs Wilhor who has a nice restaurant in Middles boro served the luncheon After the editors lunched some took a trip to the mines where they were given sou venirs Many stayed at the bungalow for it was a place too interesting to leave Even his pillow slips were handmade and there was a powder rag on every dresser just like a girl was theta a The Senators Silent Servant was the curiosity of the bungalow Mr Ralston pleasuredand as ugly as the dl as some say It is just a toy a plaything and Mr Ralston said that was the best the Senator could do but his editor friends doubt it I forgot to say Sena aapauper Any girl id foolish who would not set her cap for him if she had half a chance THE WOMANS SESSION 1The Womans Session was held Tues HotelsMrs Ellwanger Miss Lena Rollins Mrs Louis Landrum sari Mrs Mamie P Braughton took part in the program They were introduced by Mr Harry thedcasheof their esteem I never dreamed of this and the gift was indeed n surprise They wanted to give me a pin but one could not be gotten at that time in Middlesboro I should like to thank each editor personally this is impossible so I shall have to depend on print ers ink to express my gratitude The writingenews items for the Louisville Times and Courier Journal This I spent for a diamond Last week when I was in Louisville I decided to get a unique ring with the gift from the editors and have this stone used The ring is being made from a special design and it will have Kentucky Press engraved on it I can hardly wait for next year to coma so I may show the ring to all the editors THE JOY HUNT Tuesday evening immediately after the Womans Session a joy hunt was given No one found the prize so it was repeated Wednesday evening and Miss Elizabeth Speers of Nicholasville was the lucky girl The prize was five dollars given by Rodgers Gore secretary to Col Ben Johnson WEDNESDAY The editors were entertained at the Brewery for luncheon Wednesday Souvenirs dry and wet were given away there Mr Coleman the genial book keeper at the brewery gave several of the guests a tour through the plant That night a german led by Mr Vernon Richardson and Miss Margaret Mount was given at the Middlesboro HotelTHURSDAY MOUNTAIN DAY Thursday the boys and girls climbed the pinnacle and about the time the zenith was reached rain began to pour and old and young were drenched to the hide It was awtul funny After their soaking another luncheon was served on the mountain where Tennessee Kentucky and Vir ginia hit That night a dance happen ed at the Middlesboro Hotel with Ice cream on the side- OFFICERS ELECTED The annual eletion of officers was held Thursday morning and resulted ag follows President A D Miller Vice President Col W B Halderman Sec retary and Treasurer Shelton Saufley Chairman Executive Committee E Do ShinnickGOODBYE TO MIDDLESBORO Friday morning most of us said good bye to Middlesboro I for one had a lump in my throat when we turned our backs on the magic city I had fallen in love with the mountains They are beautiful and that government pike from Middlesboro to Cumberland Gap looked like a streamer of white satin ribbon thrown across tho giant hills The people of Middlesboro are just as great too they were the same every day and their hospitality was frank and untiring Indeed the citUii zonsof Middlesboro shall never be for gotten by the Kentucky editors We want to thank the mayor the citizens committeesandonly their hearts and homes but their pocketbooks to make us have a good time PINEVILLE DAY Friday the Kentucky Editors were entertained at Pinevillethe Queen City prclgramvasdelightful detailed account cannot be given Now Is the time to use Want Ad 4 i + 11 r S Electric BittersSucceed When everything else falls In nervous prostration and female supremefemedy FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONS PermanentDentist Dr Owens Olllcc Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky A Picturelof IF athe randI1 Mother = JGJFIow it woulddelight your children how it would please your friends CJ = Brabandt Studio M Cloverport Ky mfm J == cJ JAt Irvington hy liveryjstand 3rd I Tuesday and Wednesda- ysta kakakkkk I t S1a ilAAS1ASIISI Q fi FORfSALE Ix1Y I t A numborof Farms dif ftf ferent Siz md Prices ITI The Bank of Hardinsburg s I j Trust Co I cNrKsSKKKKrot KK KrrKKrrBr Ss- tsl edvMesA pOLAND CHINAS 15 Fall Boars and Gilts sired by the 500 pound boar we exhibited at County Fair They will weigh up to alOO pounds and growing fast Will be crated for shipment and registered in purchasers name at 15 and 20 WIJJ Owen 8i Son Route No I Hardinsburg Ky t r r + 1NEW LiveryStable Stephensport Ky tl IiWi J I New Horses Stable ii- y m mNewy Open for the Public Near J t j IDepotII riding or x kwantdriving or youJ M Feed of any kindwe can k H furnishii- l youp1 We willl handle Ice also I Your patrftnagojwill be appreciated 1 miiSMITH I 0 HANKS m Proprietors m StephensportQKy ft = = Send Us Your Name WEhave a goodmoney making proposition iIitiI it1iculars Address IDEA PUBLISHING CO1 1NEW NEW YORK NY I r COT BY THE SEAl How a Woman With Ideas Fur nished Her Home AN INGENIOUS EXPEDIENT A Beautiful Plan to Amuse Children on a Rainy AfternoonIn China They Call Hello Girls by Poetical Names The New Outing Hat Dour Elsn1I have been spending the week end with some friends of mine who have bought a wee cot which really Isnt weej ut a summer resort about an hours ride from New York city This gabled cottage looks for all the world like the gardeners lodge of an English country estate It Is only one story and a half high but ram bles over a fifth of an acre of ground and has bewildering nooks and cran tiles both Inside und out Dont you love such a place The lower portion of the house Is of dull soft red brick The upper part Is of gray rough finish ed plaster Inclosed In squares of dull black beams The casement windows open on charming views of green woods and blue sea Cant you see the place In your minds eye and the porch too which shelters a high back ed settle ou either side of tho door And where the big chimney juts out from the house wall there is a cover ing of wistaria and ivy Its all so new yet theres u delightful appearance of age about tho place As I know that you are Interested In houses both Inside and out I am go lug to make you mentally see how this cottage owner who had Ideas has arranged the exterior of her home lore goes The luring room would seem rather bare to any one who had a taste for artistic litter but thank goodness that age is mostly Ipast There are In FBOPK OK SCOTCH UINJIIAX- MI llvluK room builtin bookshelves breast ulKh with iiian windows i M iiliiK above them and these highII windows nre guy with red lllIlIlull1sII There Is n big double writing table lighted by two large low chintz shndII ed lamps or crystal with straight col IIIIIIIH and a flattened bowl for 011J The rhtilrs are of Inown wicker with euMhloim of brown art serge and otII chintz In big old fashioned pattern In tunes of brown and rid A long lowII conch nt one side of the room Is cov ered In brown leather Above the polished i bookcases or brown oak the walls are palmed a warm shade of yellow The dining room Is n mass of sunshiny color as the owner of the cottage believes In reversing Ithe order of things A bright happy looking din- Ing und a dim somber living room are the result The woodwork of the dining room is a dull white and the a walls are hung with a cool sunny shade of green On the simple butIetIare some stunning pieces of copper and a brass samovar These with a Jew std blue plates make a pleasing effect against the green walls The mistress sleeping room Is fur nished in rather an unusual manner The woodwork Is stained silvery gray nod the chairs bookshelves writing table tthe room served for boudoir as well dressing table and bedstead arcII of the vamp tint The walls ure hung with two toted striped French gray paper to the picture rail The ceiling In U Iwntcn is tmiiiKiiT uowii low is pnpnnns with a designI of gray lattice which creep masses of purple wlsnri- sad palp green leaves The rovers o dressing table and bed and the hang Ings nt the doors and windows are o chintz which exactly matches the cell lug paper Under the double window nt one end of the room lis n couch cov ered with wistaria chintz My soul found an uplift and n delight In thisI house that it has not experienced for some time Really my sensations were that I imagine n rat feels when 1 it purs for sheer content Do you remember the time I got that tight ring on my finger nnd couldnt pet It urn Well I watched n mother remove n ring from n childs finger the other day that recalled the incident The child had put over his chubby finger n rlup much too small for tIt and- the flesh ou either side began to swell Crying with fright nnd some pain 1 Imagine It inn to mother who with the calmest innnqpr In the world be gan to make preparations for removing the ring even while trying to comfort her offspring She threaded a flat eyed needle with linen which was strong but tat coarse soaped It und passed the head of the needle under the ring She pulled It a few Inches toward the hand und wrapped the othcy end of the thread tightly and regularly around the finger toward the nail She then took bold of the needle nnd began slowly to unwind the coil carrying the ring along with the thread until it slipped easily from the end of the finger It was a painless operation In tact It Interested the child so much that It forgot to flet I asked the mother where she learned the trick and she told me that she once had an experi ence with u tight ring which n Jeweler removed for her In Just that wily She always remembered It and found It useful In many cases before she had a family of her own Knowledge like this Is of value as I often reflect when I see It put to practical use and then I promptly forget to use the same knowledge when an occasion arises And while on juvenile topics let me tell you how an armful of paper bound up the broken hearts of a half dozen ehlldren the other afternoon who were house bound by the rain when they had anticipated n picnic It was the big sister of one of the children who came uponthe scene when disappoint ment was at Its height with a panacea for the dumps Under one arm were half a dozen dolls of as many sizes and under the other arm rolls of crape and tissue paper andn handful of the most suggestive things such as tolls of wire some tinsel of various sorts and sonic tiny artificial flowers thread needles nnd a tube of paste Until the supper bell warned the group that the afternoon was over the room looked like a miniature millinery shop Even automobile Shaker and Quaker bonnets were turned out In more or less nice imitation of Fifth avenue models And every lassie voted that she had bud u finer time then If the ruin hud not Interrupted her plans For the last few days Ive been ab sorbed lu Ithe mysteries of dressmak lug and the tub frock of Scotch glng hum which Ive sketched for you is the result of my labors It Is a blue and white check trimmed with a plain blue of the soft shade known us blot ting paper Im Just crazy about the odd arrangement of the collar and culls with their Insertions of black ribbon and frills of plaited muslin I do hope you like the creation- A man inns been fixing the telephone while 1 have been scribbling to you and Im utmost Insane with buzzing noises By the way do you know that In China the hello girl is called eitherJ lily of the air or butterfly that talks Here In the United States we are apt to call a spade a spade with flowery names to embellish the appellation of that humble and useful I article the telephone Imagine central I answering to sweet lily of the air I Shed very likely reply Say what do I you want Hurry up and dont get gay Yours devotedly MABELII New York 1 What Backache tcansII Generally backache means that the kidneys are diseased If they are do not waste a moment but begin at once 1 treatment with Klduets the greatest ot Kidney and backache remedies Delay may mean a fatal ending so du not delay Druggist and dealers sell Didnets at 51ka box and guarantee satisfactory results Not In the AgreementIDaniel bad been cast Into the lions denMy main objection he said ns he playfully tweaked a lions mane 18E that I get no oaring picture royal aesFuck- t 11 WorKrWhen you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work and are- tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of 1pure vegetable herbs ikeCARDUII The Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have Improved very much I myhousework I cant say too much for Cardui it has done so much for me Your druggist sells Car dui Get a bottle today THE WORD GOWN t It First Came Into Use In the Four teenth Century Female costume In the tenth century was classical In Its simplicity The women wore long loose flowing skirts reaching to the feet und u drape cote or upper garment Chaucer who died In HOO when Henry IV was king frequently uses the word cote In th Canterbury Tales he depicts the ser gcantutlnw us wearing u medley vote which no doubt means u coat of ninny colors whIrl the miller h describes us wearing u whyte cote It was In the fourteenth century tha the word gown first came Into use An anonymous nuthor In no mild words duds unit with the fashion of his days He writes that the com mOils were besotted In excess of ap parel In wide surcoats reaching to their loyns sonic In u garment reach lug to their hoots close before and strowtlng out on the side so that on the hack they intiko men seem women and these they call by a ridiculous name gown As early us the twelfth century wom ens cotes were made with trains and In the first quarter of the thirteenth century n bishop moralizes early on their vanity for wearing trained cotes some of which contained seven ells and a half Westminster Gaette Work 24 Hours Per Day The busiest little things ever ma le are Dr Kings New life Pills Every pill is A sugarcoated globule oL health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brain lag into mental power curing Constipation Headache chills Dyspepsia and Malaria 25c at Severs Drug Co A Stubborn Husband- A most Interesting phenomenon is the stubborn husband Ho Is not a bad man He Is contrary and he bus to ho managed He Is usually married to a clever little woman who is constantly devising schemes to accomplish the things which make their Joint lives u success He has no suspicion of this if he had he would be so thud he could un doubtedly out her So all through life she goes on swinging u turnip ahead lOt his nose to make him go the same as though he were u balky mule She is a cheery little body and she grows plump with every year and she does Tier smiling behind the door or she chuckles In her sleeve when be is not by The stubborn husband Is as inter eating as a bugLondon Standard Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour uiuscle ache two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Electic Oil won arch over pain Try Our Want Column It Pays The Cloverport Ice Co Is now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 hours Write or telephone us your orders 1 which will receive our prompt and careful atmtention II Marion WeatItertioIt Secy I BIB1J5DC rfOI vJ i- h 11 THE BUSH1L SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I DR EVELYN SHiOSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE The Sanatorium is equippedwith all moclorn conveniences forrr the treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods Gymnastics Baths and Massage I ISweedish r i T WIIMaUIVI DirectoriLate of Battle Creek Sanatorium Correspondence Solicited E t ll rtJIrIEi =ft i t RURAL TELEPHONES Mr Farmer are you interested 7 If so call onthe t j manager ofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegra- phfCompany and have him explain the special Far Jjmmors Line rate f CUMBERLAND TEl EPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Ii I Incorporated J t Ycrrr r3 r i 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oS a t1 7 tzclfuJCI Now iis the time to Subscribe for tIlli tee I News see what your friends are doingroller to mo I o t I en n1 J Ii r I rIONSTRUCTIONOFCRICKr They Are Durable if Properly I Put Together rf tt rPREPARINGf CEMENT FILLER After Road Is Completed It Should BeI Rolled Thoroughly Witha I Weighing Not Less Than Three Nor I More Than Five TonsLay Blocks on Clean Hard Sand Cushion i Roadways of brick If properly con I structed will prove to be as lasting as highways built of any other material I A good method for towns contemplat ing the construction of brick rondo to i i itotlow Is one used by road experts Rt ffjWJng a recent experimentation which W II IfollowsII I be strictly pavers o- X the size commercially known as block I the widths of which sbould not vary more than one elghth of an Inch They j HianwAi OF mUCK From Good Roads Magazine New YorkJ i toughievenly burned When broken the block should show a dense stouclike body uniform in color Inside free from lumps of un crushed clay lime air pocItets cracks or marked laminations kiln marks orIsurface cracks must not exceed three 1 depthX11r t as to lay unevenly In the pavement should- i I I i be rejectedtt All blocks should be tested for abra slop and absorption the limits of loss by abrasion test and amount of ab gorptlon to be determined by the en glneer In charge of the work The Oiler should be composed of one part each of clean sharp sand and Portland cement The sand should bQ j dry The mixture not exceeding oneII I third bushel of the sand together with I a like amount of cement should be t untiltl I ken shade Then water should be add ed forming a liquid mixture of u conl1 sistency of thin creamII The sides and edges of the brick i IIII I ikled I fromIscoop shovel all the while being stirredjj in the box as the same Is being thus i emptied The box for this purposo rsb Jlbe4 feet S Inches long 30 InchesII tVldC and 14 Inches deep resting on legs of different lengths so that the mixtures will readily flow to the corner d 1ot the box the bottom of which sho- uldYbeslx inches above the pavement Thisll mixture from the moment it touchest sweptsc iritathe joints stir i1 providedLfnjn width exceeding twenty feet in yldth three boxes should be sedII if The work of filling should thus be J carried forward In line until nn a- dhsnce of fifteen to twenty yards has been laid when tho same force andtt Appliances shall be turned back andI cover the same space in like manner except to make the proportion twof ithirds Portland cement and onethird iipdad To avoid the possibility of thicken hug at any point there should be a man with sprinkling can the head per ffdratcti with small holes sprinkling I gently the u surface ahead of the IJweepf ers I III Within onehalf to threequarters of iifr hour after this last coat Is applied hd the grout between the Joints has fully subsided and the Initial set is tak I jag place the whole surface must be L lightly sprinkled and nil surplus mix cure left on the tops of the brick sweptl Ir Into the joints bringing them up flush and full After the joints are thus filled flush J with the top of tho brick and sufficient t I jjipio for hardening has elapsed so that- coating of sand will not absorb jft moisture from the cement mix onehalf Inch of sand shall be- fI1dOVer the whole surface and in le the work is subjected too hot jftincr sun an occasionall sprinkling JiwleutI to dampen the sand should Mowed for two or three days f i Ktar brick in pavements are inspect ianAthe surface is swept dead the withugI Mrniore than five tone eI TUMOR OF- YEARS GROWTH Removed by Lydia E Pink= hamsVegetable Compound Holly Springs MissWords are inadequate for me to express what yourwOnOerfUlmeO Icines have done for me The doctors said I had a tumor and I operationbut ngainas everI wrote- toyouforndvlceand began to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound as you told me to do I am glad to saq that now I lank feel so well that my friends keep IIand me what has helped me so yourfVegetable EDWARDS Holly Springs Miss One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com Sound is the conquering of womans enemy tumor If you have mysterious painsinflammationulcera tion or displacement dont wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital opera VegetableFor thirty years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from roots thestnndnrdremedyfor able testimony as the above proves tho value of this famous remedy and should give everyone confidenc- eIf you would like special advice about your raso write a confidential letter to Mrs Iinldmiu at Lynn Mass Her advice is free1 ntTvnvst Jiel ful SPOILED THE PLOT A Display of Juvenile Affection That Saved the Mongrel About three weeks ago there strolled Into a Ridley Park house a dirty disreputable looking dog lIe was of no particular breed but a general mix fire of all Ithere are Out of the Ikind n Jss of her heart the cook gave him n few bites to eatI and from that time on try as they would the family could not get rid of the canine The small children took a great fancy to the dog and named him finale Their father and mother grew tired of seeing Blule wound and secretly plotted to get him out of the way They feared to kidnap him openly by day for there would surely follow much protest told distress on the part of the children According ly plans wore made for losing Blulo some place till from Hldley Park by night The evening that the plot was to be curried out just utter supper father mother and a llveyearold boy wore In the parlor The little fellow was fondling the dog as If he were his best friend in the world Finally he seized the dog firmly under Ithe shoulders and looking straight tutu his egos lisped outt Bwoole do you wove me and then utter II moment with joy In his voice Bwoole woves me and the world Is mine After that touching display neither father nor mother hind the heart to deprive the little fellow of Bwoolen company and the little mongrel dog seems sure of a comfortable home for life Philadelphia Hoc ord vK I Most disfijjurTijfc skin+ eruptions scrofula pimples rashes and etc are due to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clearskinned Waiting For the Note An English churchman tells the fol lowingAt of our cathedrals the minor canon was 111 and could not sing A suffragan bishop had a good voice and volunteered to sing the litany Go he said to tho verger and tell the organ tit that I will sing the litany and ask him to give me the reciting note Please sir said the verger to the organist the bishop us sent me to you to say he will sing the litany All right said the organist Seeing the verger remain be said You need not stay Please sir the bishop tasked me to to ask you if you would give him a something 1 didnt quite catch note You mean the reciting note Thats It sir thats It Seeing the verger still remaining he said You need not stay To which the verger sold Please sir shall 1 take it to his lordship Fairly Warned Mr Smith spoke up the young lawyer 1 come lucre as a representative of your neighbor Toni Jones with the commission to collect a debt due him ei congratulate you answered Sir Smith on obtaining so permanent a Job at such an early stage in your ca reerSuccess Notice ii That resolutions of resppct are published at 5 cents per ljnn Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting pay for the publication of j 1sI kind ofrmatter I nlPo 5 J WORKBAG AS A PRIZE Its Made of Chiffon and Is very Dainty Have you seen tale now chiffon work- bags They nr novel good looking and more surprising yet wear bettor than do tim onus A girl bus given one hard use for u year and a half and It Is still In good condition To make such a bag for u prize at n bridge party cut an oval bottom of still cardboard dimensions 11 by 7 Inches with rounding ends If the board Is heavy enough one piece will answer Generally two ovals are bet ter Cover first with cotton batting then with white satin and ovvmiMi the edges neatly together Put under a weight to prevent warping The top Is made from white chiffon over n color Threequarters of a yard of each color Is required Cut the pieces across from selvage to selvage and sew Into the seams at each end Put the colored chiffon underneath and turn In the edge at the top to the depth of a quarter of an Inch Turn the bottom up Into a quarter Inch hem to give more body for the overcasting Selvage Is placed to selvage but the chiffons are not sewed together Two Inches from the top run on Inch wide casing sewed by band In silk to match the lining Leave an opening through the selvage of white chiffon to Insert drawstrings of Inch wide double faced white satin ribbon To open the bag to Its full extent al low live yards of ribbon cut Into two yard lengths Overcast the bottom of the bag to the oval bottom and finish the top with half Inch white cluny or vulenclennos lace For a card party of half a dozen tables such hags would form handsdme prizes if each out were made up In a different color such as lavender and white yellow and white green pinkI blue and coral color with ribbon and outer layer white Chiffon is used rather than chiffon cloth but the latter will probably wear better though not so fluffy In selecting the chiffon get a good quail ty and make sure that both lire the same width as It simplifies the joining and lets the parts fall In more graceful folds when drawn up A Trouser Rail A handy contrivance that may befitted up In a bedroom cupboard Is II lustrated here and it will be found n great convenience and save consldera hie tune mud trouble Trousers like othernnrmints cannot well be hunt SAVING CLOSET ItOOM upon pegs In a closet and as a rule have to be carefully folded and placed In a drawer If they are to be kept in shape and In good condition This serves very well for those clothes thatI are not continually In use but for gar ments that ore often required It Is an excellent plan to fix a roll across the top of a closet over which the trousers may be folded and hung and kept In shape and free from dust and dirt In an ordinary closet the rail may be easily tlxed and an old broom handle muy be used for the purpose It must of course be cut to lit across the In side of the cupboard and thou two screws run through the sides of the closet the heads of the screws can be painted and not be visible and Into the ends of the rail will hold It firm ly In Its place and the trousers maybe hung over It In the munncr shown in the picture and be ready at hand Whenever they are required In a closet that Is perhaps made In a recess In the wall It Is a little more difficult to Us up a bar but it may be done in the manner shown in the two small diagrams at the top of the sketch A square block of wood should be screwed on to either end of the rail The bar can then bo fitted Into Its place and nails run through the block of wood and Into the wall A glance at the diagram will explain this The Dragon ply The oldest extant poem afloat n drug on fly Is said to have been composed 1MU years ago by Ithe Emperor Yitrla ku of Japan One day while this em peror was malting say the ancient records a gadfly came and bit his arm Therewith a dragon fly pounced upon the gadfly nUll devoured It Then tho i emperor commanded his ministers to make in ode In praise of the dragonfly Hut as tthey hesitated how to begin he himself composed a poem In praise of the Insect ending with the words Even a creeping Insect Waits upon the great Lord Thy form It will bear O Yamlto land of the dragon ayt And In honor of tho dragon fly the place of thj Incident wascalled Akin suno cr the moor of the dragon fly A Japanese discellnnpl Subscribe Right Nowc q i CnshierliSKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGIc BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has scd everylegitimateAn absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L J owIIIotJ11111 EVERY FARMER=As wellas every business man should have a hank account WHY Because Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else convenientmethodYour paysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit A bunk account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping bank book is a record of your business 1 1Your Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our services L Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky t ntI J rl r MOTORING COMFORT Auto Tent Used by American at Derby Race Motoring Is admittedly a keen sharp ellI or the appetite mid many and varied are the conveniences null run trivances evolved by Ingenious I11lIul- f r the satisfactory serving of refresh flouts while on tour mad beyond tit reach of a satisfactory hostelry The elaborately tined up unto basket which was hailed us a boon when It made Its first appearance a few seasons ago was simply an Indication of what tin purveyor to the comfort of the autolsi could do when he got fairly started Year by year auto baskets and ham pcrs have been improved until uowtht A MEAL BY THE WAYSIDE best are models of completeness and compactness And there Is not the slightest excuse for tho tourist going hungry or having to subsist upon toodI he or she does not like for the ma terlals for a first class meal may be easily carried even on a moderate sized car For those who do not want to go to the trouble of making ten or coffee on the trip there are all sorts of tlier mos receptacles obtainable The addition of a table that could bo l conveniently set up was made to the equipment of the nuts hamper a couple of years ago and now comes u supple mentury convenience In the form of a tent to shelter the diners This Is mi English device though it was built in response to a suggestion from an t American millionaire who used his tent hamper when bo attended the j Derbythe big English racing event of the year i i A New Food Fad Are you drinking sour milk Certainly not That Is food for pigs not human beings say you Professor Metchlnkoff of Paris with Dr Osier to hurl him says differently These gentlemen declare drinking of sour milk will prolong life and cite the longevity of the people of eastern Eu rope who live largely on this diet to back them So every one Is drinking sour milk for lifo Is a precious commodity and the latest means of achieving It Is heap and convenient Like all other finds moderation Is de sirable An exclusive diet of sour milkaIs not to bf advised Indeed do not start It without consulting your physi clan as It may be just the food you should not take under any circum stances This diet Is supposed to be beneficial o the kidneys and the stomach and to ict ns a sort of tonic Jnndtheir youthful1 brows are toll and It ruth tad mutual faithEmelwou tkiclcopyNews Fifty Cent Dinner For Four Persons Soup- Vegetable au Croutons Ureul- araham and Wheat Uutter Balls Meat Rralsod Boot n In Marengo Bakotl Potato 3 sSpaghetti au Urntln Tomato Sauco Salad Diced Dill Pickle on Lettuce Leaves Dessert Southern Rice Pudding Crackers With Toasted Cheese Coffee COST Cents Beef jtI Twothirds cnn tomatoes nt 7 cents e Potatoes Soup greens s Spaghetti Y Cheese Y Dread s flutter 4 Crackers t Dili pickle and lettuce f Y Coffee s Pudding rico I Sugar l- One pint milk 4 Seasoning 1II Total oU Vegetable SoupChop Into dice soup greens consisting of carrot cabbage leaf very little parsley leaving the rest for garnishing the beef Scald marrowbone extracting the butter to use In with beet Then boll marrow bone in soup greens adding twothirds cupful of tomatoes salt pepper sugar dash of Worcestershire sauce Strain after cooking for forty minutes and servo hot with toasted croutons Braised Beef a la Alarengo Use one and threefourths pounds of beet cut from shank with marrowbone Take extra marrowbone which your butcher will give extracting the mar row butter adding it to beef Drop beef Into boiling water and simmer for three hours then add tops of leek from your soup greens also the vegetables used for soup Cook for fortyfive minutes adding onefourth cupful of tomatoes salt pepper and few drops of Worcestershire sauce Remove veg etables pusHing them through colander mashing them fine returning them to beef sauce null boll up again Serve beef on hot platter In slices or whole with marengo sauce made ns above described of the soup vegetables IourI around beet and garnish with parsley Spaghetti au GratlnDrop Into boll Ing salted WilIer cook for twenty min utes Remove to pan with one tablespoonful olive oil nnd one small piece of leek turn spaghetti In oil until slightly brown then pour on platter with five spoonfuls of soup stock grated cheese on top just enough to mato pauce on edge of platter to give color Serve from hot oven utter cheese has hrowlle- dSlIllItICut large dill pickle Into dire with two radishes cut with skin on Into small cubes mint serve on lettuce leavesSouthern flee Pudding Soak one and onehalt tablespoonfuls of rice In water for thirty minutes then add out quarter cup of milk otter pouring off tho water soaking for twenty minutes Add rest of one pint of milk and two tablespoonfuls of sugar Cook In me Blum oven stirring In the top as It frowns Add a little water if it thick ins too much and have It creamy When Ironing The backs of old kid gloves sewed together and used as an Interlining to kitchen kettle or laundry Iron holders re invaluable as u means of giving protection to the hands without said ing materially to the hulk of the hold er A piece of felt flannel blanketing serge or even velveteen may be used as the outer covering When heating Hni Irons It Is always best to lift them and wipe after being on the gas stove Instead of hinting an Iron stand on Which to rest your Irons use an evil brhkIwill retain their heat longer Subscriber i Wait for our New Story It 9jwi11 Begin Soon 4nY a a a f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate off 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate or 5 cents per line money y in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1910 Democratic TicketF- or Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON The Fourth was a demoralizing day in America Rioting broke out all over the country between whites dissappointed and angry that JoTories had lost the big fight at Reno and negroes jubilant thatI Johnson had won Those who were not fiShting this battle were fighting for feigned pleasures or quickly made fortunes Some went in the sweltering July sun others went in heavy torrents of rain toI celebrate the Fourth and many men who claim to be men became drunk and wild like beasts before the day was over This is a picture of last Monday ns it was spent in many parts of the United States It is a shame that we cannot have a sane Fourth that men andwomen lower their heads when they should hold them high with patriotism In our seeking novel celebration of the anniversary of America we lose our love and respect for our country and ourselves Would it not be wise for us to celebrate with a degree of elegance and less of clamoring and excitement This can be done with enjoyment Every American whoso heart is filled with zealand pride for his country should begin today to take steps to have a sane Fourth next year The Census Bureau has gathered enough returns from the 1910 census to be safe in placing the aggregate population at 90000000 I which has been the estimate of conservative authorities all along The wealth of tho country is expected to touch the 125000000000 mark as compared with 88000000000 in 1900 No country on earth is growing like ours In 1850 the year the first census was taken the value of all the countrys property was 7000000000 In 18CO it was 16000000000 in 1870 the decade of our civil war when so much property was destroyed it was 30000000000 and in 1880 it was 43000000000 65000000000 in 1890 and 88000000 S 000 in 1900 and in this 1910 census it reaches the enormous sum of One Hundred and Twentyfive Billions nearly eighteen times as much as it was in 1850 D- In this issuei of the News we are giving a gossipy writeup of the Kentucky Press meeting at Middlesboro This was the fortyfirst annual convention of the Association and the attendance was the lar gest and most representative of any held in years This visit to the mountains convinced us clearly of the rich resources of that country and if our fate were not settledand our shop not built we wouldcer tainly pitch our tent in the promising mountains of our State The heavy rains Monday interrupted all the plans made for the barbecues and picnics in this county and the Fourth of July cele brations were disappointing to all At Lodihurg there was almost a cloudburst and heavy rains fell at Hurdinsburg People who left their homes to have their picnic were driven back by the storms and most everyone taking in the excursions were drenched In some parts of the county wheat was ruined and washedaway The State of William Penn which gave Taft 297001 plurality in to 1908 may in 1010 elect a full Democratic ticket The signs are in the right direction and while it seems that it is hoping against hope stranger thins have happened The promised land appears in the distance May the Democrats unlike Moses enjoy more than a sight of it and like the children of Israel occupy it forevermore W P Walton in Lexington Herald Breckenridge county has an able representative at the National = Educational Association in session at Boston Joel 11 Pile of liar dinsburg is there drinking deep at the fountain of knowledge Mr Pile expects to go to Now York for the summer session of Columbia University Wo are glad to learn of his excellent plans and hope they willlmaterialize G Chief Justice Fuller of the Supreme Court of the United States t is dead Ho is said to be one of the best men whoever graced that court Ho was honest conscientious and his opinions were not swayI ed by public cltiluiorMI HARDINSBURG Dr and Mrs Forest Lightfoot and daughter Jarie are the guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard Mr and Mrs Herman of Toll City are visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Jolly Mrs Estill Sultan and daughters Helen and Cathilene have returned home lifter visiting at Judge Mercers for a week Lewis Kincheloe came home Saturday to visit Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloe Mrs Lucy May Hughes and Iittle4rau ghter Martha Ellen of Seattle Wash rington are visiting Mrs Margaret May Mis Morrjs IL Beard and Miss Lou ise And of Va are spending the week Ja I In Cloverport visiting relatives J H Pile left Thursday for Boston j fffaere he will pursue a course of study teesix weeks m Miss Katie Eskridgn is in Chicago taking a course ID music Sherman flail of Frankfort was here to spend the FourthnMr and Mrs Ben Moredock and daughter Lydia of Louisville arc visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Evans Miss Nannie Board and little Bessie Weatherford were the guests of Mrs Milton Board Sunday Miss Eeos Petty of Alabama is visiting her uncle W C Guthrie Mrs W C McAlwciu left Thursday after visiting Ms Lucretia Hensley for several weeks A party of young folks chaperoned by about fourteen married people and took supper down on Clover creek Friday ulgbt and upent a very enjoyable evening The party was given in honor of Miss Louise Aud who is visiting Mr and Mrs Motifs II Beardsnd whose manner F x JtKlORT OF THE CONDITION OP TUB BANK OF GLOVERPOR Ti doing busines at Wall street town o f Cloverport County of Brecken ridge State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 30th day of June 101- 0RESOURCES Loans and Dis counts with one or more endors ers or sureties 16615 43 Real Estate Mortgages 16050 i5 Call Loans on Collateral 0 CO Time Loans on Collateral 12700 35 U S Bonds OOO Other Stocks Bonds Etc 0 00 45365 03 Duo from Nat tonal Banks 3752 sf Due from State Banks and Bank ers 000 Due from Trust Companies 0 00 3752 87 United Stntesand- National Bank Notes 3890 00 Specie 1314 57 5204 57 Checks and other cash items- Exchange 21 49 for Clearing House- Overdrafts 0 00 24 4 1 se cured 503 57 Overdrafts unse cured 45 03 638 00 Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Paid 1111 74 Real Estate Banking House 0 00 OPFurnitureFixtures J1000 00 Other Assets not included under anyof above heads 138 87 2450 tit = Total 57437 02 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid inin cash 20000 00 Surplus Funds 1400 00 Undivided Profits 1810 07 Fund to pay Taxes 0 00 3210 07 Deposits subject i to check on which interest is not paid 18347 86 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 00 Demand CertlfiIi cates of Deposits on which inter est is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is Paid j 1479011- avings Deposits on which interT SS f est is paid jiQQ9 Certified Checks 0 6b 33137 97 ue National1rJ Banks flOSS 98 Due State Banks EDuepanies 0 00 Cashiers Checks- outstanding 0 CO Notes and Bills- rediscounted 0 00 ITaxesIUnpaidOther Liabilities not included un der any of the above heads 000 000 jTotal ICountyI I Marion Weatherholt Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true the best of my knowledge and belief Marion Weatherholt Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July 1910 My commission expires Jan 12 10J4 O T Skillman Notary Public R L OelzeICorrect Attest tlAI tl SimonsDirectors wins her a great manyadmirers t Those composing the party were Mr and Mrs N H Beard Mrs Joel H Pile and Mrs Blanche Ried Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard Mrs Paul Compton and Mrs Silas Pate Mr and Mrs D Shellmon Dr and Mrs JJl Kin helo Marvin Beard Mrs Western Massy and Gibson Misses Louise Aud Hannah Beard Susette Sawyer Nancy and Del Kincheloe Mary Franklin Beard essrs Morris and Franklin Kincheloe Arthur and Vivian Haswell and Cleve cuerffins Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile were the guests of Mrs C C Pile of bleak WedI esdayThe District Sunday School Convention j meets at Harned on Friday and 0 SaturdayDr Mrs Mather returned from uuisville Friday Jones Mercer of Louisville is visit- Ing Judge N blcillercer- Spend Holiday Here s Wm Schmitt and Miss Minnie Schmitt of Louisville have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Carter Sunday they were the guests at the c hospitable country home of Miss Mar garet Carter For the Best results try 1 News WantAds 7 UEPOIIT OP TilE CONDITION OB1 The Breckinridge Bank doing business at town of Oloverpor County of Breckinridge State of Kentucky at the close of busi ness on the 30th dayr of June 1010- RESOURCES Loans and Dis counts withorone or more- endorsers or sureties 31821 20 Real Estate- Mortgages 8533 74 Call Loans on Collateral 15540 Oa Time Loans on Collateral 72898 00 U S Bonds 0 00 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 77383 01 200177 50 Due from National Banks 29825 50 Due from State Banks and Bankers 32 40 Due from Trust Companies 0 00 20857 09 United States and National Bank Notes 3650 00 Specie 8933 34 12683 34 Checks and other cash items 0 00 Exchange for Clearinghouse 00 0 00 Overdrafts secured 07 03 Overdrafts un secured 573 03 6H 61 Taxes 0 00 Current Expen ses Paid 000 Real Estate Banking House 3724 71 Other Real Es tate 0 00 I Furniture and Fixtures 2289 20 Other assets not included under any of above heads 0 00 0013 91 Total 258274 35 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in Cash 45100 00 45100 00 Surplus Fund 6700 00 Un div ided Profits 0 00 paylaxes 810 02 7519 62 Deposits sub ject to check on which in terest is not paidDeposits sub 74103 84 ject to check on which in terestis paid 0 00 Demand Certi ficates of De posits on which inter est is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of De posits on which Inter 89Savingsposits on which inter 0 00 paidCertified 73DueBanks 0 00 State Banks and Bankers 0 00 ue Trust Com panies 0 00 Cashiers Checks- outstanding 0 00 Notes and Bills- rediscounted 000 Bills payable 0 00 0 00 axes Due and Unpaid 0 00 divi denddeclaredthis 1353 00 Other Liabili ties not InIcluded under any of therabove heads 0 00 1353 00 Total 258274 35 State of 1 tCounty I A B Skillman cashier of the a named Bank do solemnly swear the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A B SKILLMAN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July IqlO My Commission expires Jan 10 1014 Marion Weatherholt Notary Public I ARnsaECorrect Attests O T SKILLMAN I IW H BOWMERDIrectors t Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the peo pie we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that in1theforms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy directly on the inflamed sensitive membranes Cleansing soothing and healing One trial will convince you fits healing power Price sOc All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New Yor- kNARNED Mrs Brown who has been spending ome time the guest of her daughter Mrs Will May loft Saturday for her home at Cloverport Miss Lillian May who has been at laton Ky the past three weeks re turned home Thursday Mrs W G Payne is ill at this writing Samuel Tucker is all smiles now Why Because a boy came to his M 4 I The King of All Cylinder Machines1 The new TKT Columbia Graphophone is the one j machine cf its kind It embodies the very points whichphave made the great success of the Disc Graphop ones Compact convenient shapely ad simple it is an entirely new departure iti talking machine designgPlays both 2minute and 4minute records- It has the famous Columbia Tone Arm and a big flower horn Ho rubber tube no horn crane no horn stand and the horn swings in any direction Columbia Graphophonejj Type BKT on Easy Terms With a complete outfit of six Columbia Indestructible Records your own selectJon31IOon easy easy weekly terms Other outfits 20 and 200 and all the way between SOLD BY M HAMMAN SON CLOVERPORT KY J per I1I1i1Ml8i11i1IIi1II III i tYei e IEstablished 50 years College Preparatory and Academ-icli courses Faculty from the best universities Specialr I caro and training given younger students Illustrated cat- uIlogue 1 sent on application Addressortrt CI AlaIDAPRINCETON KENTUCKYant1dayIJjflllBl IIiI 1 speD Mrs W ANT E Dii iJ Mi MrsFiftyare making from 150 to 250 per day ApplyBell SudswKOS1Y1OS PORTLAND CE11ENT CO 11 Kings Landing KyMrl i P ORichardsons Landing Meade Co Ky ifide home June 27 Paul Russell Mrs C D Payne made a flying trip to Kites Run Monday Ralph Knott of Custer was here Saturday attending the farmers con ventionMrs I B Payne went to McQuady Monday Cyrus Moorman made a Hying trip to Hardlnsburg Saturday Miss May Pile left Monday for Vine Grove to spend some timethe guest of Mr and Mrs Cliff Pile Mrs C L Brnington and children Marnin Emeline and C T Jr spent a few days at Stephensport last week Misses MaryL Gregory Virginia Payne and C M Payne spent Sunday at West View Mr and Mrs Harvey Wroe and Miss Pinkie Tucker of Mattoon Illar rived Thursday to spend some time with their parents Mr and Mrs Jas TuckerSell of Hardinsburg came out Thursday calling on friends Mrs Ethel Moorman and Mrs P R Saturdaythe r t s i i Mr LewlThere tortfonLe the spring of G Paynes All reportedMrs Jaennf townMisssomeinatthvisitingturned home Monday v DAIS spentMrsFronkspentitcentlySnvdMrs Butler of West View MrthroughguestStevhensporther mother Mrs F RRoberfswrfell while gathering poaches and brokefare vi one limb and one rib J low o Mricia at rtivesherfrMissMr and Mrs Milton Board Mrs r man Haswell of Hardirisburg son s- PR Payne and son H WI vans ful dinner vassBpread and ill vrir Mr a most enjoyable ayf ildri If the best Is not too good foribre Lewisport Best hour Jsrthe JU K r ought to use iUugfi spent t- y g ir 1 iii i 1 V IIiabIeR IsoothesI I l ofaeteand atDrugMsly Brothers 60 Warren Street New York T5he Breckenridge Newsi WEDNESDAY JULY 01910 RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t lfor Precinct sad city Offices 2CO j For County Offices I 600 For State aid District OfficeslbOO For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For All Publications in the inter eat of individuals or expression ldlvldual views per line 10 r Local Laconicsi I i Miss Claudia Pate was in Louisville fist wcekIJohn Haffey spent the Fourth in EvansvilleHarold Gregory of Louisville spent lie Fourth here Darnell Dowden was here from Paducah Saturday 3 cans Viorm Sausage 25 cents at Babbages GrocerYi Mrs Sallie Moorman of Louisville Is the guest of relatives Mrs Wm Allen of Owensborospent Friday with Miss Crist r Miss Maggie Pate has returned from visit in Evansville Tom Ferry spent Monday in Louis ilie the guest of relatives Mrs John Lawson and son Arthur Herein Louisville Friday jTn and Mrs Fred Hawkins of Ste 1ensport were here yesterday Joe Headen visited his parents at Fordsville last week Mrnnd Mrs Weaver Tatum and children were in Henderson Sunday Mr and Mrs James Bishop and baby visited in West Point Sunday and Mon d r llLrs D C Benton and children spent the Fourth with relatives in Owens jbbro j Allison Pate and son Adrian were guests of relatives here the first of the hweek Albert McGann and family went to ephensport to spend the Fo rth with lives Mrs P W Roberts and baby artha of Goodman Mo are visiting- r father Miss Effie Pate is the guest Misses rrie and Claudia Pate at the Clover ort Hotel Clyde Sanders came up from Mobile Ala last week to visit his parents at Tobinsport Ind Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt and children spent Sunday and Mon day in Louisville MissGertrude Smith of Cannelton spent Thursday here with her aunt Mrs Mattie Collins + Miss Male Lamb of Rockport Ind is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry Tate Mrs Fred Fraize and Mrs Edwin Bell have been visiting Mrs R N Budsonln Versailles pounds best lard for 170 3 pounds tio coffee for 45c choice breakfast 2sc pound at Babbages Grocery Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Morgan r fieldl have been visiting relatives here Mrs W C Moorman and children lewis and Pauline of Glendeane went to Louisville Monday to visit Dr and Mrs T M McDermott MrsThomas Chancellor and children Jennie and Lewis of Tar Fork were in i town Thursday trading and having some dental work done They called at tha News office Miss Jennie Warfield of Louisville spent the Fourth with her sister Mrs iFrank Fraize Miss Warfield has re cently had a delightful automobile tour through southern Indiana with friends th Mr Lawson of Louisville was the guest of Miss Susie Newton Monday J Mr and Mrs Clint Reid and children t are visiting Mr and Mr Reuben Mar ll loW of St Louis JMr and Mrs Chas Berry spent Sun- dayt and Monday in Stanley with rela rives r1Mlsses Esther Mae and Rachel Jack in spent Sunday and Monday in vansville with Mrs A C Sheldon Mr and Mrs Graham Jolly and liidren spent the Weekend at Sample In relatives Jlir and Mrs Natlianial Tucker and iiughfers Misses Bernice and Lelia spent the Fourth in Stephensport Raymond Hardeaty of Louisville was the guest of Miss Hazel Holder SundayMr and Mrs Harmon Blaine and daughter spent Sunday in Stephens portMiss Audrey Perkins spent a few days last week with Miss Mayme Hawkins at Mattingly If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use- R M Rowland of near Hardinsburg was here Saturday He just came down to see our good town and have a shake with friends Mrs L D Addison and neice Miss Sallie A Williams are at their old homestead at Addison Ky They will not return to Louisville until the late fallMrs1Vm Camp of Balltown is the guest of her daughter Mrs Joseph Bailey of Louisville this week Misj Clyile Williams and Dr Bilger of Louisville were guests of Misses Claudia and Carrie Pate Sunday Houston Fairleigh and Mr Marsh of Louisville came down the Ohio in their Canoe Saturday stopping at Branden burg and other points along the river Theyreturned home from this port Tuesday by rail and shipped their canoe back by boat Mr and Mrs Joe Bishop who live near Tar Springs had the misfortune to lose their house and most all the contents by fire last Thursday It seems like trouble never comes single handed About one month ago they lost their only child by death The origin of the fire is unknown If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the lour you ought to useJjI j l1 V- L6reJof the Clover Any one who carries about a four leaved c1ocWIll 1 be lucky and will have the power of discovering ghosts or evil spirits With It under the pll low the lover may Insure dreams of the beloved one A fragment III the shot ot H traveler Insure a safe jour net Of the five leaved clover It is de clared that If It be worn on the left side of a maidens dross or fastened behind the huh door the Christian name of tits tlrst man who enters will be the same as that of the future hus band The power of the four leaved shamrock for good is familiar to nil from Lovers pretty and once popular song the speaker lu which pictures what she would do should she tlnd I he magic plant I would play the enchanters part and scatter bliss around And not a tear or aching heart should lathe world be found London Globe The Nature of Friendship Friendship nary be fostered but can not be forced Two are as one nut because it Is in the will of either but because it Is in the nature of both When souls of similar tiber encounter each other the gods preside at the meeting 1 may not cockily say I will nuke this man uiy friend lie either Is or is not my friend without guy decision of mine or his The ages have been shaping the two of us and If we tit into each other well and good if not we know It Instinctively and are worlds apart though we toast our shins at the same fire and bandy words till doomsday Richard Wlghtmau In Metropolitan Magazine Consolation There had been a little quarrel utter the honeymoon And just lout at my pretty linen collar sobbed the young wife the tears have trickled down and wilted It out of shape You havent a bit of feelingIndeed I have laughed the big husband Im going to fix things up Hhow George Why the next time 1 go downtown I am going to buy you a waterproof itollar Chicago News A Special Brand Mrs Recentrnarrle 1 want half u dozen red lemons The fruiterer Red lemons Mrs Heceutmarrle Yes sir I want to surprise my husband by making him some red lemonade Chi cago News The Two Periods The career of every successful man maybe divided Into two perIodsfirst when he is not given credit for what he knows and second when he Is given credit for what he doesnt know Life Do not talk about disgrace from a thing being known when the disgrace Is that tho thing should exist Pal oner The Artist and the Critic Sidney Cooper the English artist happening one day to visit the Royal academy where some of his works were on exhibition while u couple of critics were examining the pictures strolled up to where they were stand ing At that moment the younger of the two critics exclaimed Any machine could turn out sheep like that Mr Cooper put his hand In his pock et prpduced his card and handing it to the newspaper man said with gray ity If you wilt kindly send that ma chIne to this address when completed Ill send a check for 1000 ter the In stitute for decayed journalists If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use at T n p SINGS ITS DEATH SONG A Peculiar Bird Found In the Jungles of South America There Is a queer bird In the jungles of northern South America which Is called the pnujl by the natives but Is known to science an the gn Ion ted curusson IIt Is chiefly remarkable be- CaUse it sings its own death song It does not realty slug but makes a deep humming noise which sounds very much like the Spanish words El mucrto csta nqui the corpse lies here It is while uttering this lugubrious chant said a South American travel er that the paujl usually meets Its death for the hunter can then easily track It to its retreat and It falls a victim as the Indians say to its own death song If the paujl gets suspicious it im mediately ceases humming and that is a sure indication to the hunter that the bird tins seen him or scents dan ger In such a case the only thing for the sportsman to do is to remain per fectly still The bird may become reassured after waiting awhile and again begin to call The corpse lies here It can then be cautiously approached and killedIf It is only wounded the paujl usu ally escapes though It cannot fly much better than the ordinary domestic fowl It is very tieet of foot and will outrun the hunter until It Is lost in the dense undergrowth of the jungle In the mating season the male paujl is the most pugnacious of birds and will light its own kind whenever It meets them Often the fight ends in the annihilation of both combatants SALVE FOR HIS WOUND A Strenuous Scone That Was Not on the Bill of the Play Giovanni Grasso u Sicilian actor of unusualI dramatic energy was playing In Florence In one of his fiercest parts where he had to stab his enemy with a dagger Suddenly In the heat of his passion Grasso let the weapon slip out of his hand It alighted In the pit on a tunas head cutting It slightly An Indignant member of the audi ence flung the knife back to the stage where It was dexterously caught by Grasso Raising It aloft In his hand and ns If It were accursed Grasso smashed It in two and then stamped upon It- Then with a swift bound Grasso was In the pit beside the Injured man The next minute he had climbed back to the boards with the victim In his armsAfter settling him in a chair Grasso threw himself on his knees and began a long entreaty for forgiveness This was rapidly granted by the much em barrassed playgoer who on his side begged to be allowed to return to his scatBut this was not to be until Grasso weeping copiously had bestowed no fewer than fifty resounding kisses on the mans blushing checks The action was greeted with loud cheers and after Grasso had grace fully bowed his thanks the play was resumed and successfully concluded London Express Perils of the Hair Cut Ouch I cried the barber and some thing besides He stuck the cud of his thumb In his mouth and began sucking it Cut yourself asked the man In the chap No Its an Ingrowing hair replied the barber an Ingrowing hair under my thumb nail The man In the chair laughed Fact said the barber IIt isnt an uncommon thing either In giving a customer a hair cut a bit of hair often lodges under the linger nail and if it isnt removed It Is apt to fester and get sore Sometimes we dont even know Its there until It begins to get in its tine work It hurts like the dickens sometimes If you dont believe me flak any barber and hell tell you the same thlngrew York Times A Gun Clubs Treasure Thirteen million cartridge shells the result of eleven years of shooting by the members of u gun club have been gathered Into a huge pile by one of the lendIng sporting organizations of Eng land Eleven years ago one of the members conceived the Idea of havIng the members save all their shells and deposit them on the pile The shell bank Is now the clubs most prized possession If u single man were to shoot one cartridge a second day and night It would take him about twenty five years to discharge 13000000 The club maintains a vigilant guard over its precious shell nil Filial Repartee Richard Brlusley Sheridan who was always distressed for money was one day hackIng his face with a dull razor when he turned to his eldest son and midTom IIf you open any more oysters wIth my razor Ill cut you off with a shillingVery well father said Tom but where will you get the shillinga The Prize Holder 1 understand you have a fine track team here suld the visitor to the man who was showing him over the college campus What Individual holds most of the medals The town pawnbroker answered his guide after due deliberation New York Journal Misdeals SHlIcus Love Isu game In which Cupid deals the Lards Cynicus Then why docs he so often deal from the bottom of the deck Philadelphia Record Si + 1 1 rI MI1 M = ri i r Writs+r r3ar r 2r79a r rs rs r Agent Wanted YICHUI1tVIl1ghhmidFor Sale or Exchange TWO thrccyeurold malt HI ono IIl1mllton coltWI11oCAIJJJlSUlIAddison For SaleScholarshipI I itowtingUreenmeat of that University nreckenrlilKO News Cloverport Ky r Ia JJ CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors wYN Toilett Ammonia 8 Everything forHut Weather iComforti Co A At Bewleyville The Sundny School Convention for the Bewleyville Magisterial District will be held at Bewleyville Saturday July 16 1910 All day meeting Dinner on the ground An entertaining programme will be rendered Mrs S P Parks Secretary With The Southern positionwit1Louisville His friends are glad he iis so near home and that he is with such good company as Mr Polk and Mr Wiseman RAYMOND Rev C E Scott filled his regular ape pointment here Saturday evening- M D Cashman has purchased a new runabout and a fine buggy horse Hobert Hendry of West Point is visiting his grandmother Mrs Z C HendryMrs Corease Knott spent last week with her mother near Union Star Miss Clara Macy and Misses Ruth and Mary Ann Harned of Garfield are spending a few days with friends and relatives at this place Mr Jones of Louisville is visiting his cousin Jones Mercer The protracted meeting will begin here on Wednesday night before the first Sunday in August Edgar Compton who has been in Owensboro for sveral months came home Sunday to visit his parents We all welcome him back in our neighbor hood He was accompanied by his cousin Miss Ridenom =If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use UNION STAR Miss Brook Hall is visiting her bister Mrs Chas Basham at Lodiburg Mrs S W Basset and son Rcy are spending the week in West Point and LouisvilleMiss jl1ner is in Louisville- A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs A B Cashman last week Miss Virginia Milnerwho has been sick for several days is better Mrs Wm I Dowell and children and MrsJacob Curt and daughter have reo turne from Philpot DIf the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Beet Hour is the flour you ought to use l II torte oo = ilool II o- Q 00 Q August 18t- hMasons 10- i i if i i o BarbedueUAt Big Day i Great Time Everybody has a chance to meet old Friends Q If needing anything to complete the wearing E Q 11 11apparel let us supply you n o Get ready and be there a bully time for all 0 IDl J C NOLTE BRO 0 0 CLOVERPORT KY CO II 101 1111 101 1torsIIQ r f rw of =LAND LAND LANDIIbest investment on earth is the earth Itself and TilE the Great Ianhandli of Texas The soil Is Mrh J1l11ltBroomcornIn the Panhandle of Texas I totimertthree lfulftlii uyolonesnoI timeslave Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year payment I full I will deposit One Thiusunrt liaUars In bank tonoIIIlrlifctlolllLlldastortlItoolleyI J C CRUTCHER ICI R R Agtf Webster Ky 4 JI Louisville 1 flarket Report Louisville July JOlOSlleclaJ WheatNo2 Red and Longberry new 92 and U5- cCornNo2i white 6S OatsNo 21 mixed 40 Eggs Market quiet case count 16J 17 candled 1- 8PoultrylIcns 11 and 18c per lb roosters 7c young chickens 20 22o ducks lOc turkeys 12c Hoys 165 pounds and up JOjO 90 to 165 pounds 955 light pigs 350 Roughs 860 down CalvesMarket firm best 7jO 3 jmedium 00 7iO common f300tV 600 Lambs Market active The best brought 800 8 25 seconds 000 n 0 25 nulls 4 450 Closed By The Sheriff The Irvington Produce Co of Ir- vington was closed up by Deputy Sheriff Arthur Beard last Thursday evening on attachments sworn out by E H Shellman Co Bankers of that town Several other attachments fol lowed Mr Shellmans Mr Downs the manager left several days before the attachments were issued and could not be located Mr Downs was a good business man a hard worker and every body thought he was doing well in his business His leaving was a surprise Splendid Report Sunday evening Miss Lula Margaret Severs and Mr Harold Murray gave an interesting report of the annual conference of the Epworth League which met at franklin This league pledged ftf for the thou sand dollars that will be used for the State work of the League u FOR SALE LKiJof Five uildLing lots in town Geo Thompson Irvington Ky Anyone sending a ketcn end description may quickly lucortnln our opinion froo whether an Invention Is probably pntcntnhlo Communion tlonsntrlctlycontlilentlnl HANDBOOK onlntenta patentsPatentsvenial notice without charge In tho Scientific HfkricattA handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest elf culation of any oclontlUo journal Terms 13 a newsdealersilIUNNBranch Office 35 F Bt Washington D Co Henderson Route Notes Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on snls June Int to Sept 10 inclusive returning not liner than Oct JlstHumeseekersrates to the wist and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Henderson County Fair Henderson Ky July 2027 2820 30 Good to triplromCommencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train ROUihTheretrain for Ealls of Rough III II u0 11Q1 10JIlIf COOOJIlcI I I A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANKOF CLOVERPORT i with the interest compounded semiannUally and no better way of payingygur bills than by check whereby you always have a record of paymentfTyoPFN AN ACCOUNT WITH USAtQj 0- OO wantsO0Jas 000 I1OI r IO1 21 0c 101 1c 0 i oil J r r jn44ti 7p Rk N M nU t f J r II I111 ionfan Have a Model Kitchens cool and white as a dairy No smell no smoke no heat no dust No oldfashioned contrivances The k the latest practical scientific cookstove It will cook the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen Boils bakes or roasts better than any range Ready in a second Extinguished in a second Fitted with CabinetTop with collapsible Standard Oil Company Incorporated TWO STOCK DEALS Sherwood Took Floods Boast lfQ- I Later Handed It Back In Joseph L Kings History of the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board Is this story of Flood and SherwoodIn early days In the seventies quite a number of operators would gather together In Cabins ofllcc on Montgomery street near California Among them were Mr lames C Flood nnd Mr Robert Sherwood Sherwood had 1000 Consolidated Virginia the stock selling at about 100 One day Sherwood on looking at the prices remarked that he was getting tired of that Consolidated Virginia it did not move much Mr Flood said What are you growling about If you are tired of that stock 1 will take It off your hands at S100 Sold said Sherwood and the stock changed hands In course of time the Nevada bank building was erected on the corner of Pine and Montgomery streets On I meeting Sherwood one day Mr Flood remarked We built that Nevada block ou the profits of that 1000 shares of Consolidated Virginia you sold us Subsequently In the Sierra Nevada and Union deal Mr Flood approached Sherwood on the street and bought from him 5000 Union at 200 a share the transaction footing up 1000000 Sherwood built the Union block on tho gore corner of Pine Davis and Market streets Meeting Flood one day he remarked I built that Union block with the profits of that 0000 Union I sold you Pleas Of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste HO good Whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stonmcli the vigorous liver the active kidneys the Tegular bowels of boyhojd Your digest- Ion I is poor and you blame the food Whats needeli A complete t ntig up by Eletrie Bitters of all organs of d- igestionS onrach liver kidneys Bow elsTry them Theyll restore your boy hoodappetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strenuti and vigor 50 cuts at Severs Drug Co How Japs Play Ken In its most widely practiced form basis of the Japanese game of kentheI that the fully outstretched hand sig rattles paper the fully closed hand a stone and two lingers alone extended the rest being closed scissors Each ot the players counting one two three throws out his hand at the mo ment of pronouncing three and the One whose manual symbol is superior to that of the others according to the theory of the game wins the trial Superiority Is determined ou the hy pothesis that whereas scissors can not cut a stone they coo cut paper and whereas paper IIs eat by scissors it can wrap up a stone consequently scis sors are inferior to stone but conquer paper stone is inferior to paper but conquers scissors and paper is inferior to scissors but conquers stone There are Innumerable varieties of tho game rests towel rack and every uptoaalc feature imaginable You want it because it will cook any dinner and not beat the room No heat no smell no smoke no coal to bring in no ashes to carry out It does away with the drudgery of cooking and makes it a pleasure Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it be cause they can immediately have a quick fire simply by turning a handle No halfhour preparation It not only is less trouble than coal but it costs less Absolutely no smell no smoke and it doesnt heat the kitchen The nickel finish with the turquoise blue of the enameled 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 Every dealer everywhere If not at your write for Descriptive Circular to the nearest agency of the This Day All persons wanting I copy of Joys of the Press send your order to Tho Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky Pricn 15c postnjro 2c Order today A WARM GREETING- She Overcame the Rules and Met Him at the Station She was rushing Ithrough the pate past Bill Gibson the gateman like a passenger train hy a Hag station but Gibson stopped her Lets see your ticket lady he asked politely enough Oh I have no ticket she said but wont you please let mo through I I want to Its against the rules cut in Gib sonYes but I want to be there on the platformall this breathlessly Im so anxious to meet him Well go on through Gibson told her 1 guess Itll be all right Then to himself he soliloquized Why not Perhaps she wont always be so IeenI to meet him probably hasnt been married but u mouth or so mebby Isnt married yet II tall Far be It from me to Interrupt her In such nice little attentionsThe came In Gibson sort of looked out of the tall of his eye for a chance to witness the happy re union Such sights illumine the dark recesses of the dingy old dellotIIn a moment he caught sight of herIBut her husband or sweetheart if she had one or the otherwas not withI her However she was not alone Under her arm she clutched tightly a compact brindle English bulldog withI a countenance like a dissipated gar goyle Cleveland Plain DenierI COUNTING BY TENSI And a Suggestion as to Why We Buy Things by the DozcnIUld It ever occur to you as strange that while we count by tellS we buyI so many articles by the dozen If we ask the price of apples oranges oys ters eggs collars handkerchiefs and many other things we will be told soi many cents or dollars a dozen or If large quantities are wanted so much a gross which means a dozen dozen How do you suppose this has come about It was this way Nearly all savage people count by their lingers that Is if they want to tell you they have seen two wild beasts they will hold up two lingers and If ten they will hold up both hands and If twenty both hands twice and so on Babies also learn to count by their lingers I and toes and to nanny people it seems I as if that were the only possible way It is however rather a clumsy way as you find out when you try to divide ten Say for example you have ten apples You can only make an equal division among two or five persons while if you have twelve you can give an equal number to two three four or six We find the same inconvenience in dividing a dollar and often have to pay 13 cents for what should properly cost l2Yz cents If we had been born with two four six or eight lingers or toes like someI animals it Is possible that we should have couhtcd differently but it does not now seem likely there will ever be any change III the ten or decimal system as It Is vailed especially since the Arabic numerals now used nearly everywhere are bused on this system Brooklyn Eagle MIIdr s Cep FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA e u FIRST OPENING OF IR iNGT J TON COLLEGE ANNOUNCED i Seven Departments ArrangedA Regular Four Year Course Will be Given Will Have Lecture Bureau WATCH FOR OTHER ANNOUNCE 1ENTS This Institution will open its first Term on Sept 5th 1910 The Found ers and Organizers of this College have no apology to offer for bringing it into existence realizing that many young people are prevented from attending higher institutions of learning on account of enormous expenses impracti cal courses of study and unreasonable length of time required to complete them With a desire to meet all classes this school presents the following coursesA Four Year College Course This Department will be of the high est order thoroughly practical anti up todate in all its work 1 Students holding Diplomas from High Schools Academies and other Institutions of equal rank will be receiv ed without examination An examina tion will be required of others Teachers Department 2 Physiological and Pedagogical This work will present Psychology Methodlogy Pedagogy Sociology History of Education Philosophy of Education and Child Study Teachers may secure County and State Certificates by taking a part or ill of this work The Commercial Work 3 Will be made practical from the business mans point of view Book keeping Banking Commercial Law Keal Estate Office Commission Insur ance Office RailRoad Shorthand Typewriting and Penmanship will be some of the subjects taught Elocution Oratory And Physical Culture The work in these subject will be such as to suit the needs of the practi cal as well as the artistic- FREEZING CAVERNS Subterranean Caves That Are Linen With Crystalline Ice There are deep cavities and tunneled recesses in the earth far away sunlight and held in the tight fromII ot rocky strata where secret glittering Ice find habitation all ofII year round Yet down in these places the Ice Is as clear and chrys lalllue as any that nature maintains ha the open air Moreover it occurs on a truly grand and massive scale Imagine thick underground Ice walls and floors and craftily fissured amns beautiful In shape and colII streaming from roof to floor of lofty rock chambers And under the slow drip drip drip of percolating water this same ice learns to fashion itself into cave adornments frozen water drops curling slopes stalactites and stalagmites of fantastic shape and rainbow hues- Subterranean cold waves or gla icrs as they are frequently called crop up in some 300 scattered localIties- In Europe Asia and America but all with rare exceptions whether true ice caverns or grottoes and deep hollows ire confined to the north temperate re gions of these continents that is to places where there Is a sufficiently low temperature at some portion of the year to reach freezing point and render snowfall possible Pearsons Magazine Poor Foolish Woman She is trying to improve her complexion by using a face cream when the trouble is In the blood If she does not read this tell her some one that Lanes Tea the great laxative and regulator moves the bowels each day driving out all impurties from the blood and makitig a clear and beautiful skin Druggists ind dealers sell Lanes Tea 250 a package No Waste of Energy Hubby Dont you forget what your mother told youyou cant do too much for n good husband Wlficl dout mean to try old dear Illustrated Bits NN N NOI N NKNM i WANTED 50 STAVE MAIERS For particulars ad dress W H LYNCH Allen Floyd Co Ky iii I Voice Culture EtcI5 Voice Culture Gesture Fhcial Expressions Recitals Platform Man new Extemporaneous Speaking Inter pretation of Poetry including work from Shakespeare together with a knowledge of the human body and how to make it perfect are among the many phases of work that will be given The Musical Department 6 For piano and organ will be con ducted by a lady of rare tact and talent Parents should by all means confer with us before deciding to send their daughters elsewhere A Preparatory Department 7 Will be maintained for those who wish to prepare for higher work This Department will be presided over by a Teacher holding a State Certificate who has had professional training Irvington is located on the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railroad 49 miles from the city of Louisville and in the best part of Breckenridge County For health the town is not surpassed in the entire State No Saloons One Catholic and four Protestant churches The morals of the place are aS good as the best We expect a fair share of the patron age from Kentucky and the entire South Our Lecture Bureau Will use the best talent of the country For further information address or call upon Wm SI Martin A M President W J Piggott Sec Tres I Boardof Regents D C Moorman G T Marshall Mat P Payne Andrew Driskell Taylor Do well Jesse C Payne W M Martin A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Buck lens Arnica Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns I oils sores of nil kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or cot IIP its supreme Surest pile cure 25 cents at Severs Drug Co Growing Corn For Cob Pipes Probably not one smoker In a bun tired who likes the real American plpethe corncobIs aware of the tact that ninny acres in Ohio Illinois Missouri and Nebraska are devoted to raising corn for Ithe especial purpose ot producing cobs suitable for fashion lug Into pipe bowls The grain itself I Is marketed of course but the cob on I which It grows is the real harvest and Is cut carefully Into proper lengths smoothed and polished the soft Inner pulp being gouged out by specially constructed machinery The corncob pIpe goes to every country in the world where men smoke and Is especially lu favor In Australia and New Xealaud where It is regarded us characteristic ally American because it suggests the idea of Yankee Ingenuity The brier Is the favorite with Englishmen who are probably the greatest pipe sinokers In the world Chicago Inter Ocean CtalSelron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORiA The Price of Eloquence The auctioneer held up a battered fiddleWhat um I offered for this antique violin he pathetically Inquired Look It over See the blurred linger marks of remorseless time Note the stains of the hurrying years To the merry notes of this fine old instrument the brocaded dames of fair France may have danced the minuet in glittering Versailles Perhaps the vestal virgins marched to its stirring rhythms in the feasts 6f Lupcrcalla Ha it bears an abrasion perhaps a touch of fire Why tills may have been the very fiddle on which Nero playedwhenfome burned Thirty cents said a red nosed man in the front row Its yours cried the auctioneer cheerfully Wtiat next Cleveland Plain Dealer fMBMHBVHBMHHi ia M KHM Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont once them Deans oint meat cures itching bleeding or pro rud lug pyles after years of suffering t At any drug store NOTICE Please do not ask u to publish card of thanks resolutions orobitttariftfi freer I Jhopi Babbag er n t J JM1C fl vflt JtAIiEEVERYliORNiN nI U A Bad Back Is Always Worse in The Morning Cloverport People Are Finding Relief A back that aches all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning Makes you feel as iif you hadnt slept at all Cant cure a back until you cure kidneys Doans Kidney Pills cur sick kidneysmake you feel better work better rest better and sleep betterPermanent cures in Cloverport prove the merit of Doans William Johnson Cloverport Ky says Doans Kidney Pills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and consequently I have no hesitation in recommending them For six years my kidneys were disordered the secretions being too frequent In passage and when allowed to stand depositing sediment My back ached severely particularly at night and in the morn ing I was so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around Whenever I contracted the slightest cold it set tled in my kidneys and made my suffer ing more intense Doans Kidney Pills have given me great relief from these troubles For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeaber the name Doaus and take no other THEY SIT AND 99i Women Who Watch For Celebrities In a New York Restaurant I always wonder slitNe v York wpmau who lunches nut a good deal what satisfaction the women get out of life who lock to ti certain fashion able uptown restaurant at lunchflhie just to see celebrities I They look as If they cannot afford to be there and the truth Is they do not apparently go there for food 1 have watched then ordering and noted what was brought them and al most Invariably It is some such thing aa cafe parfaIt or an Ice of some kind or a cup of tea or of chocolate and a sandwichThey and look The moment some stage celebrity comes in there Is a craning of necks and you heat excited whisperings Oh theres Soandso mentioning an actress or a matinee idol and the neck craning keeps on until a fresh subject for scrutiny comes In You can see this sort of thing every lunchtime at this restaurant There is a regular contingent of these rubber neckers and they are not visitors from tho far west eltherNew York Sun Dont Forget our Want Column A South Arabian Food Plant Jownrl a tall slender plant resembling corn and headed with a grain something like millet is the Abdalis chief crop He feeds the stalk to his camels and eats the grain himself Three crops a year are produced lo wari requires little cultivation except weeding which the Abdall does by hand and when ripe he cuts it off close to the ground with his hunting knife New shoots spring up from the roots Ito become the next crop For u cancel1 load of about 125 pounds he receive at Aden an average of two rupees or J88 A fair yearly yield Is twenty camel loads an acre Consular and Trado Reports LibertvrWith a String to It Broadly speaking were all hurrah ing for liberty nowadays Nearly everybody agrees that people should have free institutions as soon as they are capable of using them wisely Dis agreement arises onlv when it comes to the mere detail of deciding whether a people has reached that state For example under the new re formed election law of Prussia one fourth of the population outvotes the other threefourths But the conserva tive European journals warmly com mend the law because it is morally certain that the unfranchised three fourth are not yet Capable of using theI ballot In wiselyIIthey would use it to vote against the Government As soon as they reach that state of enlightment where theyI may be absolutely depended upon toIsupport all governmental conservatism would be heartily of granting them an effective lnJavorI About the time of the Stuarts we believe the English press gained sub stantial freedom and many distinguished Englishmen have pointed out thatii you cannot have a free without a free press Naturally Lord Hurleys great measures looking to ward the gradual bestowal of selfrgov ernment upon India include freedom of t the press demonstrates its ability to use 1 freedom wisely by supporting the British government Any press that I is so benighted as to criticize the Government J injuriously will be promptly I C9nnscated and its proprietor charged lI with aheavy fine Every press proprietor must dejppfltthe Jnalsum In cash I vJ sof1 j cl Y r nr c atf A 7J H lIT r THEii LOUISVILLE I n TIMESii 4 1910e old ortitor bBRIGHTERBI66ER THAN EVERtitle The regular price of TI1E Veer LOUISVILLE TIMES is b 500 a year If you will ougb send your order to uSfyoti can get sad The Breckenridge Mel AND THEI di Louisville Times Dd DingBOTHONEalid but r For Only 450 dress I The Louisville tunes Is 1HThe Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere 4 z Thc Has the best corps of cor respondentsCovors Kentuckyyield BILL perfectlyCovers the general newsHand field completelyred Has the best and fullest WI markets reports- Democratism lie politics but er fnirto everybodyi natty Thmade od Send Your Subscrip tion Right Away to this paper not to The Louisville Timesjj a t- IFYQU 1Ii111J1i1111I I I F 1 IIDont think it i Pays to I I sh1Advertise errhi s trdca I ucekyaskedestc 1 I cotthoseI ryeIpty at a I ifI fa r Chan YouI incusto cbea1 Intedtreia I Ingottheirss- pia1 ce tdalmost Now is the time if youy Are Wise t no with the Governmentto be forfeited ca the moment he oversteps the bounds rf JjWeJmaglQe 1 rIi newspaper this act promote jurnalistic enlightment wo n lato effect But wnen jt comes iib rtias a general jrincip+ were aU ltliMtfP ing for ESataraayEyeaiag Pott I IVoti Get Up With a Lame Back1i 1 lacy Trouble Makes You Mlscrabi Aimoet everyone knows of Dr Iilmer- SwampRoot the great kidttcy liver L an Itiii bladder remcurUC cause of its remark health properties Swamp Root fulfills almpstt everywish in over coning rheumatism pain in the back kid neys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects to toldwater and pain lit passIng orldeffects followitiguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant Uttee86ity of being compelled to go often + the day and to get up many doles during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for- E c verything but if you have kidney liver lot bladd r trouble it will be found just is thee remedy you need It has been thor ill otishly tested in private practice and has that specIal arpeeved so successful a ou rpgement has been made by whiclt all who have not at faders of this paper tried it may have a sample bottle by mail also a book telllng aMa 1fbout Swann Root and how to I uiavek1d trouble II generous and I I address to able restorinj inability scalding through Dr Kilmer Co Ilorat lbr mpRooU glV The regularfiftycen1- II and onedollar size bottles are sold b- alll druggists Dont make any mistake but renlember the name SwampRoot SwampRoot and the ad 0dtej3ingliamtonNYoneverybottl e t- I sTHEh NEWEST FFADS lcre = The Early Village Cock Crow cor From Cushion Tops Geld BILLIKENS VACATE PEDESTAL t1eWSHandsome Blotters Display the Favor I ed Bird of Dawning Upon The iiLcovars Proudly Flaunting the Mot illestII Whlfo I Live Ill Crow II t 1benlmostunlvcrsullntcrcstarou jy M Rostands clever play buther has found practical expression nany of the seasons novelties The early village cock has Inde made his salutation to the morn jbpd purpose and awakened us to tJ ttitlzatlon of the aesthetic charms r1p m uumblo denizens of farmyard III t fllTe newest specimens of art pott ayeupon their quaint forms rep mijntions of gallant chanticleer sic f CHANTJOLEEn PINCUSHION and sober h r hen pheasants iwls In delightfully rich coloring ghly glazed gray green backgroui ronze and enamel ornaments pu Se eights hatpins brooches etc all- fund in the form of familiar ft t rd creatures and also appear as o golllwcceky 0l 1 ilkens have had to vacate 1 Udestais In favor of newer charms isots in the shape of a cro 10We have long been familiar lnty little egg cozies made to r- hr a cocks bead These are ltf jniiuf than ever particularly C sed In white cloth with set and wattles Others In f i w and red aybe st e11elt or emery cushions r plucushlonq may ctlride little trouble ait fated with very tremeiy elective A Oat ha ncusbion Is made by neatly co t rounds of cardboard aboui UUes in diameter with velvet an l 41outa few rounds of thlc hi- I are placed I are Ulthedesiretl thickness Is obt 4 pftre ot satin ribbon bIdes the r nato tins can two ypvRT OPI Iuble I invisibly sewed When a cocks head has been painted on tho side In glow Ing colors and bows of ribbon of two shades added by which to sunpend the cushion the result Is very pleasing It is so easy to procure good copies of cock and hens nowadays There is an Iexcellent series of colored picture post cards that serve admirably as guides or they may be frequently found in childrens picture books i A very novel key rack is shown In Iho Illustration and Is quite easy to lianage A small strip of bamboo orc 1 rustle stick about eight inches longa nld flattened at the back must be pro cured Three little hooks must be sct ewed Into this to hold keys The cock with the rising sun behind him sheId be painted on extremely thick wnt Wcr color paper and cut out care fullywith scissors or a sharp knife Thisis firmly glued to the back of the a rIp ot wood and a ring fastened bebinl the cock by which to suspend the w ole This design consIderably A N1 vsL KEY RAOK enlarged Is v ry suUnblo worked In outline in flax Abroad upon a linen cozy for a hot wale can especially It the appropriate wor ls uP up say the crowIng cock Dont you he r the village clock- S are introduced- A handsome blotter also displays this favored bltd ot dawning upon the cover proudly flilunting tho motto While I live Ill clow S N oleos drlt itwas of the un onqura ble never saydie tokind the kim hat yo I need most when you have a ba cold c ugh or lung dis ease Suppo troche cough syrups dcodI liver oil o joctors have all failed Indont lose lie or h pe Take Dr iings New D uverv StisCactioll is Id guaranteed wh used fo any throat or to lung trouble J ws saved thousands of lit hopeless lung uM rers It masters stub of born colds obsti te coughs hemmor atl bages lagrippe group asthma hay fever and whoop g cough and is the rj most safe and eel tin remedy for all- Trialro bronchial affection 50c 100 en bottle free at Sever Drug Co Sunday NigliiTea Menu with READY FOR 8KBVINC Epre Hot Creamed Crab Fin morn Electric Chafing Ulsl tvheu Hot BakinG Powder BUc arlet Cold Fancy Brisket Sliced ft Salad U darkPotato JutTrd Bread and Butter Sandwlcl Camembert Cheese beCrackersL I Almor Id arcChocolate n31ng vering NOTICE td cuteWhen Ave sending a news item to I of felt lice please make it as brief as nble laYlrll sb we can have room for all th4vs tIned PdguTelephoneI I us your Ilocals and I itoft rq II interest Editor ESSENTIALS FOR GOOD DIRT ROADS Much Depends on Grading and Drainage WATER IS A CHIEF ENEMY Any Slight Damage Should Be Re paired Immediately to Prevent Mud holes From Growing After the Highway Is ComptSfed Strict Atten tion Is Necessary to Maintain It When one stops to consider the number of miles of road In any state of the Union and compare this aggregate with the very small mileage of Im proved road one can see readily that It will bo a great many years and per laps generations before all or even half of the roads are surfaced with some hard material For this reason one should give care ful consideration and thought to the construction and maintenance of dirt roads which will continue to represent the greatest mileage for years to come WEMj BUILT DIRT 11OAIJ Prom Good Roads Magazine New YorkJ In planning out a system of dirt roads for a Stub e or even a country It Is just as necessary to plan out tho location and construction of the outlying dirt roads as It is of the highways whldi are surfaced with macadam or other hard material and of which these dirt roads are the feeders Ju road construction the ultlumiiv end Is to reach u certain point by the most economic route Thus In IIts lo cation the grade is one of the most Important factors to be considered While a steep grade may shorten tin distance between two points It Is falst economy Inasmuch as the load U horseI can pull decreases very rapidly with the Increase In grade and It will bi found that it Is far more economical to Increase the distance and decrease the grade The earth road Is more susceptible to damage by water than any of the specially surfaced roads and therefore any little breaks or holes that may be made in an earth road by rain or a heavy load should be repaired immediately to prevent their growing Into mu holes As water Is the greatest enemy of any road so drainage Is the most important consideration in road building The rain which falls on the road must be permitted to rut off us rapidly us possible and by u very easy gradeAfter the road Is located and graded and preparations lIe made for the drainage the surface of the roadbed should be brought Into just as smooth a condition as possible The center of the road must be the highest nod the crown slope gradually to tho ditches The same care should be taken In constructing the surface of the dirt road that IIs given to the surface of a nine adam or a sandclay road The stir face of a dirt road should be tree from till stumps rocks and vegetable matter for If not the cost of maintenance will be greatly Increased and the cost of hauling will be much more It Is necessary that a dirt rood titter once It Is constructed be maintained ris a dirt road It It Is to bo kept In the best condition In repairing it do not use rack gravel or brush but use dirt of nearly the same character as that of tho roadbed In order to make the road way uniform so that It wears well and evenly If holes and nits are fllled with rock gravel or brush tho wearing effect will be uneven and will cause other holes to be formed When the road surface Is made en ticely of dirt It run lu Lent In condl L theNEWS WANT ADS CCT LITTLE OU But The DO ehI I 1 help to root and sell real estate rent rooms secure P jmd good help in fact they SBjiThiiy self what is not wanted and find te M y you Have a Small Business and WV More Business t tTrya Breckenridgo News Want 4 vi others of our readers is goo f thatonolrbuld holp youo bo forndSext aIact that they aro helping many 4 the Write Call or Teleph I C beano goo and hono tL yousinceJghtment we the cost and you can Mail stamps or lont comes to liberf rare All oho t- a1tiAg Port w T 4 a- f r a- k u 4 Hon by menus of the split log dragI This simple contrivance It used regu larly after a rain when the roadbed Is moist will smooth and shape up the road so that as soon as It Is dried out It will be smooth and hard The drag will flU up the ruts and holes Another point to bear In mind In connection with a dirt road Is that It should he exposed as much as possible to sunshine and wind on account of their drying effect Shade Is good for a macadam road but bad for n dirt road Many a muddy place on a dirt road has been remedied by cutting away the shade mid giving time sun and wind a chance to dry out tho roadbed If you havent the tine to exercise regularly Deans Regulets will prevent constipation They induce o mild easy healthful action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25 cents- TIBURON ISLAND Its Waters Are Literally Swarming With Ferocious Sharks Less thrum three thousand miles from the city of New York and about a third of that distance from San IKruii clsco there Is situated In the upper reaches of the gulf of California u small Island worthless even for so menu a purpose as the raising or goats but nevertheless a center of attraction for the ethnologists and archaeolo gists of the old told new worlds for ninny generations This rocky peak rising from the quiet waters of the gulf Is known as Tlburon 1 Island Tlburon Is a Spanish word which translated Into EnglishI mentors shark The waters around the Islet are literally swarming with these tigers of the semi and the Inhabitants of the Island arm said lo be no less fe rocious thrall the sharks Tlburon Is peopled with a mindful of Indians tic only aborigines of their kind In the world known as Serls They are re puted to be cannibals to bo so thence that none of the mainland tribes of Mexican redskins ever dare Invade their shores and to possess the secret of manufacture of n peculiarly deadly poison with which they prepare their arrows before battle Wide World Magazine CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8ignaturo of Housekeeping Hints When preserving after emptying a glass Jar of fruit or jelly wash and dry thoroughly and till with MUKIII Keep In a dry place and when rend to preserve or make jelly you need only to buy the fruit as you have tore sugarTable Linen riie cheapest tnMv linen may be made to take on a shttii as beautiful as the Quest linen by Iron- Ing in this manner After the IIm n hits been carefully washed and bullet rinse carefully and then roll up III IIi clean dry sheet and leave for om hour Iron until thoroughlyI dry The llni i will escape the wear and tear of swing ing on the line mind will not got out ot shape as when dried In the usual way Autograph Cookbook An utitograpli cookbook is quite a new fad and n really dcslmhle one Any serviceable hound blnnk book will do It should contain the favorite recipes ot your friends and will not only be a memento ot Ithe writer but will be n valuable household help Uses 1 Tor Inper RagsSays nil slzec of paper Imp for fruit canning time and when the fruit Is ready to put away slip Ithe jar In u bag tie time top securely and write on the bug the name of contents NOTICE In order to settle the estate of the late Dr R L Newsom it will be ne cessary to sell the Cloverport Hnr dinsburg Turnpike This Property otters a good inducement for profitable investment of a permanent character Any person desiring to discuss the question of the purchase of the Pike will call to see the undersigned at Oloverport Ky when the terms of a sale will be disclosedMrs Newsom Executrix of the estate of R L New som deceased Indicted For Bad Highways Acting at the direction of the Siliuyl1 1 kill court Pennsylvania which luis lie gun a campaign against nil officials who are negligent In connection with road making the grand jury has indicted the members of the St Clalr council for failing to report bad roads conditions near the St Clair mining operations The Mount Carbon borough council was also ordered Indicted by tho courtt KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CgUCHSPRICEf I Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES UUARANTEED SATISFAOrO JOS MONEY REFUNDED y Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 I 145 I 143 141 146 142 144 148 JLI DailyuSTATIONS U pin 4 40vml 40um LvLUUISVILL6 Ar 7 15am12 SUpm T 40llm t483STICAwUE1utY MS 35 H1SUOKI1 112 23- fdr zz t5 09 to 09 MKDCWA 43 fl2 13 t10S 9 511 014 STITK3 ra no n 07 t701 f5 17 IAIUU N risoi1001 521 021 WEST POINT 039 1201 II tIfa 23 fO is HCMVAIU ni5Sim tIJ M f5 31 II 30 1IAKTLKS m so to 4U f5 3T 19 34 HOOK IIAVKN fjl 45 to 41 fa 43 t9 40 LUNQ HKANOH fl37 CIJ aJ5 63 045 HRANDEN11UItG11 29 n5i 59 fO 50 Elmo tit 21 0100 03 NO 01 OUSTON 8 48 ru13 008 1043 015025 10 18 IICVINUION f 41 lOCi 001 to 31 flOlO WhIISlEIt tl1057 t5 4i row now JOWHUKO 1048 t5Uto i0 MYSTIC no 41 rosi no 37 SAMPLE 1037 t522 05 1044 STElHEMSlOHT 1027 614 rt10J flO 43 ADDISON t10 22 t510C1 H rio so HOLT tlo 10 5080 n m 11 20 715 11 00 OLOVBIHOKT 4 57 10 07 4 57 8 15 SHOISI sT 03la037 4St113t131tIJtga4 tl17 t7 S3 0 53 8 11 ill 49 MAGEU 0 03 U 04 7 IS II f7 03 f3 24 PATES 850 732 3Jrm TaT isibpm O WENS DUTOH HOItbM 3 50 f8 45 3 is 858 8 40 CONWAY 727 ut13127C7 STANLY 822 328 837 034 4 NEWMAN t8 15 tIJ 2st7 41 ffl 10 REED 1801 tIJuf753 tll 10 HEALS t801 its m 758 111381a608S39 2 55 5 55ntn 30740umpm um I r f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Pullman fromeastfromwestHartford LineWest Bound Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle Hast Bound Second Class 1st Class 1st Class Second Clau 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONSPtssen MixedDullyeoSUndtLYSunk6 45pm 5 30am 111 loam Lv IrvingtonaAr 10 lOam 4 Wpm 1110pm 50709Y30fi20s723 017 sll40 Junction s9 22s22587 31 6 ID 1154cm Hardlnsburg s017 s2 10 1010f7954s80s819 70SJ 51236o 43t8936f83931f8H1842 730 1250 Oaksof818 f213 923 s8 4g 7 36 sip m Elimltch sb 15 s205 9158 55pm 750i Fordsvllle 1201pm 9 10 O EARLINQTON 5 4li 905 BOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls ofRouXht t t 11 SocondOlllssClam 2sThis Tlmo Table wont 24 2b 32IntoeltectSunduyJuneMixed Passenger Passenger Mixed londllY11ondayv1Wtdnillyrlhrld1 STATIONS Bally n 11ywednsdy OnlyonlyIia 45 W1230I I i25pmHsu11511nI I I I III in IRpm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find lust what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of tho following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to tho man who has tho very property you are looking for We recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want lo Jell your farm orousme8s1 off you want cash for your prosy send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and sollertogether enablingbuyersJno D Babbage O0T ucres 3K miles north of lardP near the nrundonburg road Welt watered plenty of timber for Improvements uoublo log house small stable Good rich lund fine for lijrloy tobacco Terms easy iror further lnforma tlon write Jno D liubbtiRe Oloverport Ivy 417 1l 140 acres a tulles from Qua ton JOOUU 3 miles from Irvington well watered lays well Rood Young orchard Rood yardstrodwelling with kitchen on buck porch two good bans barn and tenant house andcis tern back In the Held meat and lion house wopd shed wIlT sell on easy payments plenty of sraitll fruit Further particulars address Jno D Habbugo Oloverport Ky 67 ACRE FA KM S room cottage hall and porch In Rood repair Rood 7stall stock burn two Rood side sheds crib Rood meat applespoachesfalllnR spring for stock water SCO yards east IlIKhSchoolK 2 nAn 1 or 16 acres four miles west ofp s uuu ojondeano Smiles from brunch railroad all fresh lund 100 acres In cultiva tion 50 acres In grass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell- Ing log dwelling 2 rooms and sldo room houeeePlentypurposesKOOd FOR SALEStoru house und dwelling corn StreOL8OIovorllortof orexchange AvenueYoUFOR SALEA farm cootalnlngSOacresand OnL5baroslooetrees also pears quinces and apricots moat nlevInyardbalance In woods 12 acres in grass several groves of black locust sufficient for posts tc Ekrononorlongandoasy surroundedbythe place for somo young physician to step bWlla888An retlttisturtheJiJPartlculafllBARRAGEoloyorport Ky 4 OUR NEW STORY Begins soon Watch for it ITWIr i I 7 RCa1P b rTEf Rtnho i t +e+ z Nwr j r h F 1 1111 l jfNMI Y iW j m T I d f AiIT y = = C C = r LJOYS OF THE PRESS A little creation In rose paper brigh in the valleyas a summer morning where the sunshine is like gold and where the fourleaf clover grow II- tt whispering a message calm and strong and inspiring as the deepflowing wa ters of the Ohio from whose banks iilt came found its way into the office to f day It is Joys of the Press by Ken tucklans in Newspaper Work a Drcnirl Booklet issued by Louise in honor oC- her father and the members of th Kentucky Press Association dream but real andIt is a unique k natural as the peculiar life of a news paper office To turn its pages is a re union with the men and women of the press They arc all together here Walton and Roberta of Lexington Harry Sommers of ElIzabethtown Richard W Knott and Gill Boyle Bob Brown of the big smile and the warm hand Arch Pool who sat under a tree r at Murray down in Calloway County and read Diamond Dick till Logan- I Curd took him by the scruff of the neck smeared his hands aud face with print ers ink and put him at devils duty and has since been too busy with the joys and sorrows of the press to think of anything else Ed Jonasfunny erudite Jonas who can fling an airy nothing or write a philosophical dis quisition with equal ease and Watter son the greatest among living journal ists the last of a mighty race And the others cluster about in memory wheth er their names are there or not And Louise the Sweetheart of the Q Kentucky Press It must have been Will Walton who gave her that name a few years ago when as a little girl she went to press association meetings with her father Mr John D Babbage edlto and proprietor of the Brecken ridge News The sweetheart of the press she has remained and every knight of the graphite stick from the t peaks of Pike to the fens of Fulton is her champion The prnt shop was her playhouse While the press thundered and the types clicked into place on the printers stick she built magic cas t tles ot leads and slugs Grown Into young womanhood that shop is still her playhouse and her field of labor She might have a prettier playhouse and more money for her work for she has been more successful than most newspaper workers One of the lead ing magazines has published her ar PROGRAM Of Hardinsburjr District S S Con vention at Harned Friday And Saturday July 89 FRIDAY DevotionalRev Joseph Duggins Lecturels a Boy Worth Saving Rev Geo A Joplin r BenedictionSATURDAY MORNING SESSION Praise Service Rev C F Black 0 WelcomeC M Payne r Response Rev Boyd Hardin t S S Relation to Home Missions 0 Misses Ora Compton and Maud Smith The S S as an Essential to the Progress of ChristianityRev I Cline The Complete S SRev Geo A t Joplin The Educational Development of the S SRev R H Morefield Reports of Schools ifsAppointment of Committees Noon Session i Song and prayer Service The two Oars of the Temperance ReformMrs Thomas Gregory Temoerance Song AddressDr Mather Pof I The Worlds S S ConventionSUte i Secretary Song Reapers are NeededWest view Sunday School loJAddressProf Martin Problems and Possibilities Prof Warner The Supt Duties Chas Kimmer son The Pastors Duties to the S S JgeakReport warAdjournment The following committees are ap pointed Committee on entertainment t C D Payne Mrs Thomas Gregory W TJMacy Committee on arrange ment Robert Bruington Charlie Weatherford Coleman Payne f C L Bruington Pres Robt Weatherford VicePros Cora Matthews Secy I+ Camel Carriages r ja Camel c1rrlale3 aru not common rk r conveyances ini most parts or ludla Z but on the great trunk road leading L to Delhi they arc frequently to be seen wagonsTt P drawn sometimes by one sometimes 1ytwo or even three camels accord t9 fbejr size Irpn bars which give f I M a oftiiejlko appearance wero orlg asalnsliL tides from month to month during the past year and a big syndicate has fur nlshed others of them to the press of the nation Butsome imagine thai if they were in another town or city they could do better work we can dc our best anywhere The triumphant t joy ol the press Is that the greatest op g portunities lie right under the fingers of the boy or girl whose lot has been cast in the country shop Thus she PresseAre there joys in newspaper work Yes lots ot them Looking back over nearly ten years spent as a colaborcr with the men add women whose expressions make up the little book it isi difficult to remember the weary nights when fagged brain and tired body could hardly be held to their task the incessant toil through snow and rain or sweltering heat the unjust criticism of selfish men and loves labor that went to waste They are more vanishing shadows But standing out in the sunniestplace of memory is the fact that there are strong men up there who would help to bear a sorrow as readily as they would share a joy that boys and girls now becoming men and women have received somewhat of good from the things written that rascals who might have been in high places are powerless to do harm that there is perchance somewhat less of suffering and somewhat more of joy And now that the writer is back with his good first boss proud to be a private in the ranks of the boys who get the news who travel the stormy road = and falter not because they know they are called to preach it is joy to know that his labors in that other field did not perish that while things go on quite as well as ever he is sometimes remembered in the hurry and grind that young men once his boys on the assign ments keep the faith and that the gifted girl who prepared the Joys of the Press was once his pupil He joins in the sentiment of tbbook- May you and I hold out the gladden ing side of life to others while we work and while we play And he tells his fellow workers everywhere that it is worth their while to buy a copy of the booklet from Miss A Louise Babbage of the Breckenridge News Cloverport KyDixon L Merritt in The Nashville Banner June 25 A SERIOUS DINER The Way the Great Emperor Charles V Ate His Meals The diary of a German gentleman Bartholomew Sastrow who lived In the time of the Emperor Charles V gives us a good idea of the gastronom- Ic customs of those times Sastrows description of the table habits of tho greatest ruler In his day Is very Inter estingYoung princes and counts served the repast There were Invariably four courses of six dishes The emperor had no one to carve for him Ho began by cutting his bread In pieces large enough for one mouthful then attacked his plate He often used his fingers while he held the plate under his chin with the other hand When ho felt thirsty he made a sign to the doctor standing by the table then they went to the sideboard for two silver flagons and filled a goblet which held about a measure and a half The emperor drained It to tho last drop practically at one draft During the meal he never uttered a syllable scarcely smiled at the most amusing sallies of the jesters behind his chair finally picked hjs teeth with quills and after washing his hands retired ton window recess where any body could approach him with a peti tion SALT WATER Deep Seas Are More Saline Thin Those That Are Shallow The density of sea water depends upon the quantity of saline matter It contains The proportion Is generally about 3 or 4 per cent though It varies In different places The ocean con tains moro salt In the southern than In the northern hemisphere end tho Atlantic contains more than tho Pa cific The greatest proportion of salt In tho Pacific is In tho parallels of 22 degrees north latitude and 17 degrees south latitude Near the equator It Is less and in the polar seas It Is least from the melting of the Ice The saltncss varies with the seasons In these regions and the fresh water being lighter Is uppermost Rain makes the surface of the sea fresher than the Interior parts and the Influx of rivers renders the ocean less salt at their estuaries Deep seas aro more saline than those that aro shallow and Inland seas com municating with tho main are less salt from the rivers that flow into them To this however tho Mediterranean Is ah exception owing to great evap oration and the Influx of salt currents from the Black sea and the Atlantic Tho water in tho strait of Gibraltar at the depth pf G70 fathoms Is tour times as salt as that at the surface tit James Gazette elri lln s they 1Ce PROPER TYPE OF ROAD TO BUILD One That Will Make Best Use of Material at Hand PLAN OF BUILDING MACADAM If Satisfactory Ideas of Dust Preven tion Are Developed Roads of This Material Will Continue to Be Ex tensively UsedDont Let the Expense Exceed Funds Available During tho meeting of the Ohio En gineering society at Columbus the fol lowing paper was read by James 0 Winders state highway commissioner on The Proper Typo of Roads Road building Is largely a local problem and the proper typo of road to build Is that which will make the best use of the material at band to produce a satisfactory road surface and at an expense not exceeding the money available In the earliest extensive road Im provements In Ohio the problem was solved by using gravel for the wearing surface and this early work was prac tically confined to tho region where an abundance of gravel could be found This region was principally In the central and southern part of the west half of the state and embraced about one third of Its area I have known of some Instances whero gravel was shipped by rail for road work but it was too expensive considering the type of construction and the practice was never extensive A large amount of this work was built probably fif teen or twenty thousand miles At tho time of their construction these roads were undoubtedly the proper type as tho cost of tho work came within tho means of the farmers who paid for them These roads In the best form of their construction when new and In good repair pro vided an admirable surface for public travel and at present there are many of them which can hardly bo excelled by the more modern construction The majority of these roads present in their present condition one of the most Important problems of todays road work On account of lack of suf ficient repairs a large part of the mileage is practically worn out Owing to tho exhaustion of the gravel supply In a considerable part of this territory the resurfacing of many of these roads has been done with crushed stone aud where properly done using the old FINE STIIETCU OF MACADAM idiom Good Roads Magazine New TorkJ gruvel road for the bottom course very excellent results havo been ob tamed In the present condition of the de velopment of road building the best known type of construction lin the gravel road country would bo the plac ing of a crushed stone top layer on the road leaving tho old gravel to provide the bottom course The old road should be graded to conform to tho de sired cross section for the new road Mudholes should be cleaned out and filled with gravel The surface should bo rolled and watered to produce a solid foundation The macadam top course can be water bound or have a bituminous binder If tho necessary funds for such construction are avail ableThroughout the central and north western parts of the state occupying between onethird and onehalf of Its area limestone furnishes tho most easily obtained road building material and In this region the bet typo of road is the two course water bound macadam If satisfactory methods of dust prevention aro developed this con struction will continuo to be extensive ly used The method of constructing this type of road wag described by tho writer at the meeting of this society last year and I presume no further description Is needed at this tjmo The cross section like the road coy bring becomes only in a moro limited sense a local problem Iu level re plans with slight grades it Is impera lire to mine the grade above the surrounding country and to do this It 4ft necessary to tnlcethQOll from the Bide ditches requiring thorn to bo made wide and deep Tho bottom of tLo ditch should bp placed from eight to ten feet from the edge of the berms The ditch should be cut with straight slope from Its bottom to the edge of the berms This viII permltn inoy1ig machine to bo run down the slepato- the potfoBX vpf the ditch an nrroufecJ JIIt it 1114tinaterlallyrgdueos thttlhst- r CoadyClearoPeeQaajxr 1 ilIiIlIlIl r 7 STATEMENT OF CONDITIOr OFtsI THe Bank of HardinsburgflTrust Go HARDINSBURG KY At the close of business JuneJ f 30 1910 if RESOURCES fh Jee 1 l 294635Cash I8iI 23Cash1f 7 j 7 f it 28069 mJ fJBankingI r 12167 611 j OOIIOther Real Estate p 9Furnitureh mrTotalJI r 355063 JI j LIABILI IES i Stock in ICapital paid 50000 001 S and Undivided Profit 0 j 596Dividend1 00Amount3Totalr 1 I i i t1J PD I Very respectfully 14 i Jj 1 M H BEARD I Cashierr t I LtWith this statement we close the twentietr year our business life and the fourthservice in handling estates as guardian trust ad uistrator etc In these year toUr have been good times and bad times when m ney s close and times when twenty year ther investments difficult to find We feel that n one question our claIm money was easy and oftheset- ill patrons In fptmoneyof wild In close times wo hvo been as liberal with lour bo rowers as their necessities demanded invostments permitted We believe we can assure the publIc at we are in posItion to give them andsafety service in the future than we have in the past be auso we are larger and stronger and have even better j in knowledge by our twenty years experience gino tfr susesus iusussseessem 1M I IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENTF rjjBY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDED1 j Miss Katharine Wimp left Friday for Brandenburg where she will be guest of her grandmother Mrs Kath arlno Wimp Jno Waller of Hopkinsvllle was the weekend guest of friends in the cityMr and Mrs Allen Long came down from Louisville Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs L E Henderson nI their country home near Basin Spr T N McGlothlan will leave day for Dawson Springs for a ten stayMr and Mrs R E Hayes and chil dron after a months sojourn at Oakland with Mrs Hayes parents Mr and Mts J M Mudd left for t home at Hodgenville Friday Miss Mary Nevitt left yesterday Pane Texas where she will visit for two months her aunt Miss Willie Bllf A B Suter of Highland Park s the Fourth with friends here Mrs Kate Bennett has gone to veland to spend the summer Alex Kinkead of Louisville was a visitor of Miss Maggie Bandy Sunday Miss Tula Lockard who has been visiting hersister Mrs Con Bland atlac Carlisle Indiana for the past six weeks has returned home Earl Monroe of Chicago who has been In the country the guest of Mrif and Mrs Jno Frakes left for Louisville Friday Mrs C 0 Kilterman and son relatifvatP Friday from Anchorage to spend 2fr oral days as the guests of Mrs Co bridge McCPYtAglMrs the guest of her mother Mrs WLev If Lockard for a few weeks stay f E H Ashcraft spent two dtff last week iin WestJoint on a his tripe fIIgrn to the wSfeiof Juntus Ffot MMondayThe public sschool this fall be taught by Jasper Head of lrg forr as principal and MrSf R B th i1tbd Ian ak assistant School wllfV theft g Monday inSeptember lauk Mr j Tom l vP game rro 1vl J ouisyiller Saturday find to f j the vteek w1Ut her + pan slide F0E lEIJrIie Rev Fgrnitn A 5tt e- Supt S lgtppdentof the K H si Left JYfUl oCc pulplt ai f r D 1t f I l i A at the stitch mornthegiven a cordial weleo e Mrs T R lythe aud two child after a shot stay in Cloverport guests of Mr and Mrs John Bly eeIs1 are at hornet Miss Evelfti Herndon entertainsI few friends o dinner Monday Covers eightingVlniaHeadaftera short visit BewleyvUJelays I Mrs Bloie came up from Clover I 1 port Satuiay to be the guest of hertson T RJplythe for some time beheirby left for Jisviile last Thursday after StephensportforMJss m Neafus has returned afterthisa two ijlcsstay in Vine Grove t guest fss Maud tate poetDirs des and children who ha I HaCleft f uu Friday Mr K May and Mrs L H Dowent Wednesday in Louisvll lasMinima Lou Moorman was called k to her home at Glendeano ka aunt of the death of her cousin ward Miss Moorman was the el of Mr and Mrs L H Jolly for weeks ss Bessie Bentley has returned a f sister J rof Wm Martin left Saturday for ivensbaro Mrs R BMcGlothIan will give an 1 chiallfor her private school pupils urday reat day Is expected the best youisportyououghttwo Old ankersi W S Thomas and Frank Saturdayattepdtug this district1fr Thomas represent H MrLander days of Jjewjspprl of wnich he Is the Ificcpresideni Hancock Clarion it JL SALEHFEWCHOICE COpS H FGAEU- iQB IltTOmtdN KY t i Crr NJ t 4 STEPHENSPOR 1 rjFor bargain 1il0 f1f pass McCu F R RdbeiLwjQettWt4M- MI ccldei1tIlast week standing on a chair picking she fell aid broke her limb oJ i the1iighestpyour chickensrettDirs Sam RevnotclsofNe A the guest other mother Dors- a Lay f Mrs Jane Gibson and dauihtef ll Chas Hamman and chUdrenrye1 guests of Mrs Sallie Bennett bni last week f ftMcCubbins sells wire fencing flepricee that will Interest you r tIf youwant iiMcCubbinscanshow younictto Wl tJtfbicCnbbins always hhs lrYoull nuss some of these if y go to his store when in Stpt1so f er101rs Jennie Brooks Js re11T 1ileY- u Mrs Leona Meadows of JCingsw fleFj f I James hay was the guest aikmother Mrs Ollie LaY Sundayr- le v Pike Conn and Stanley f v L week for UnlontownO jl boat Paul E to haul grailej lUnlontownLouigyjijthe m w W th SchoppinJake Blitz of Michigan wan guest of his sister Mrs WJ Saltt Fl calMrsfew days last week jl gp leiNevittI 5 1aJ DIcIaughatldren uJand spent a few days with fci fI I Ighaa f atlwSundayMrsPullam Is real sick at this Tat by daughterJake and- x Miss1 e1 lulj Gcf twasMonday 1 r Misses tie McKatijjSaji 1ICIBlanche Martin are spetidr r l with friends ia + TellOittYr the best U not too gooil iwisport Beat flour Is the Ti ehGrOs lJCbUdraj CyiUoFOaA To R tit J I SA y v