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I i IJ 0 T y- l to I Zi i f t t OIi 4 d l tfJ1Zt ilJ fri Ltl I rUw aLIIIUfffi o 1 nrr a C J 2 1 = Jfi19i TI g f i l THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWSI i l i A 1d r ALL THE NEWS T HAT S FIT T O PRiNT 1 VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 Hf 8 Pates NO 1 h 13 I 18 I1io i ioI It1 I L0 16got I 3I r rp f furore mad offti m its etp tet to- ff y 1 1 K irrE t a a- of s- rg a nrar Yigl 3Wtj Qf uti was fclic inn f = aU pI lc I sill 11 tty r Y t BRILLIANT WEDDING IN SOUTHERN HOME l7 r Aliss1 Nelle Bright Married to Mr Edmund Wroe k Former t Cloverport Man Will Visit Here rm AT FLEMMINSBURG ii i 11 A pretty June wedding was that oft Miss Nelle Bright and Mr Edmund I wroe which took place Wednesday af ternoon at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J J Bright The hall was tastefully decorated w i1th trailing vines and ferus and in the par lor palms pink roses and carnations sI were artistically arranged Mrs C L Ayers and Miss Sallie Harrison assisted lu receiving the guests The bridal party came down the stairs and entered the parlor where the ceremony was preformed Mrs Oscar Davison sister of the I ide was matron of honor and the rib jn bearers were Miss Lucile HoweL o Valdosta Mrs Hettie Gunter of S ial1 Circle and Misses Bessie and It tie May Ayers of Toccoa Mr Oscar Dr is on of Athens was best man and the bride was given away by her faUlt The ceremony was preformed by Or M M Riley of Gainesville the 1 lu tiful ring ceremony being used Hss Edna Graves played the Mendist fan and Lohengrin wedding marches td also rendered pretty soft music du lug the cereinou Later an informal reeption x eld Punch was served by little Misse us sie Lawrence and Edith Tabor vhoI wore pretty pink silk frocks with j Ink ribbons in their hair Icecream and cake were served Iiss es Esther Kilgo Cooper and Marth Ed wards and Erma Lee Harris assisting iin servingMiss Bright was lovely in her beauti ful wedding gown of white tuessaline satin her tulle veil held in place wih wreath of orange blossoms and she carried shower bouquet of bride ses and lillies of the valley She w a Beautiful diamond brooch set with pearls the present of the groom Irs Davisou the brides sister wore a be coming gown of pink silk mulle r i lk forgetmenots in her beautiful co ure and her bouquet was of pink cs na Lions Miss Lucile Howell wore a p jtty white lingerie gown with pink ish gloves and slippers and pink tull in her nihair Mrs Gunter nee Miss Hetty Car 611 worealacy gown of white with pink assessories also Miss Bessie Ayera looked pretty In a gown of allover baby irish lace ver silk with pink Miss lettie May Ayers wore a pretty dress of cream net over silk with ifI accessories w likes Edna haves wore a lovely s site lingerie dress The brides traveling costume WoS a dukbluetailored suit with chic little katof blue to match t The presents remarkable for their variety werewaunerousand beast rule The bride Is a pretty and attrai tive jrenng lady who hasbeeu an efficient teacher ia the Toccoa school in the past 9v yearB and always interested in San vUy4cfaooland church work being a member of the first Baptist church of this city She will be greatly missed in Toccoa by a large circle of friend t Mr Wroe is a popular young man of J i8 triingj bHrg Ky where he is prin clpal of the High School da cry successful educator He and his tfride left at 31s oclock for a wedding roar f if which they willmake their hom- emwinsburgToccoa Record Mrs Taul Dead tr t kits Taut died yesterday morning at the home of her husband W Bi Taul near Mattingly She Is sufviye by one daughter Mrs Herburt sand six sons Lonnte Jess James Will ifLOfge and Odis Truly a good woman is gone Colored People Will Give Feast this Week r + t Thf colored peopled the Methodist tHiirfch will give a feast In the wigt peMn beginning Friday July IS tolHB 4ay July 17 their friends from Ilsee pi f Hardinsburgtewiep expected A gi t ta1 ie 1I A jutilieti and ing conttat ehold- A l + a CLEAN snow NO GAMBLING I This is the Postive Announcement of The Breckenridge Fair Association Ab Their De v termination For The Agricultural Live- Stockv Show WANTS CITIZENS INTEREST I i After three years of experience in conducting what can easily be made the leading annual County Livestock and Agricultural Exposition of Ken tncky the management of the Breck enridge Fair Association convinced of the weight of their argument and the soundness of the principle yields to the demand of a large majority of the Fairs patrons that gambling in any form be hereafter prohibited on the practif cally every permits some of these games to run and while the shows obtainable are not of the highest class yet we feel that we can absolutely prohibit gambling and can obtain good interesting and instructive amusements for all There fore the management hereby pledges itself to an effort to eradicate anyand all things which may have heretofore existed that were objectionable im proper or immoral In any way It is is our desire and purpose to en courage every citizen of Breckenridgo county to display some product at the Fair and to lend to us his good will and helpful influence A little retro spective thinking Upon the mind of any fair man the inestimable benefits that our Fair has been to the liv sock and agricultural interests of our county aside from the social pleasures and good results of social intercourse eI would make our Fair an annual home neighborhoodsreunion make ita happyandhelpfuII meeting place for the exchange of pleasant and profitable ideas We propose to exert ourselves to the limit of our capacities and means to put up the biggest and best agricul tural show ever held in the county and there will be plenty of wholesome and innocent entertainment for the young and the old on the grounds We ask that each citizen let his pride assert itself in one great and united effort to show to the outside world the classand accomplishment of our citizenship Respectfully C V Robertson President M B Kincheloe Secretar- yPROGRAMME Hudsonvllle District SundaySchool Convention To Be Held Friday July 29th 1910 AtCustef Song Stepping in the Light Devotional Rev J W Hoskinson Welcome Address DrJ W Mea- dorResponsJ 6s Whitworth Necessity1 and benefits of Sunday School Convention Addresses Ralph T HoskinsonRev T C Gebouer Present day indications of the Sunday School its need How met Sam Doyell Reports of Schools Appointment of Commjtees v NOON Song and prayer service How combinel social and religious life in the Sunday School to best effect klrsMamie Gregory W How to hold the boy in Sunday School rT B Henderson The chief essentials to a live Sunday SchoolJeeee Whitworth Address jRev T C Gebauer The Sunday a character devel oper DrijSi Pit Parks The Sund S hbbrasan essential aid toChrltisinity Address8 JVVrHar King7t3Op tcnlonon the Mount Rev Tv C Gebaoef Ml Kendrick HereV I Why JEiifrlikI anal eonr Luther Allen of Ifardinsburgwrs ftt cloeti H ndrick sAebeep a I alway tpMdt inter fOrifridaYtMri PPhit t r hc I C VIC ROBERTSON President of The Breckenridge Fair Association who with M B Kincheloe Secretary and the officers and Board of Directors have pledged themselves to prohibit gambling at tho annual county exposii tion at Hardinsburg The Association should have the support by letter word and act of all men and women in this stand for law and order Its a grout civic movement for tho welfare of Breokenridge I County COL WALTON With The Lexiiigtm Banking T ust Company But Will III Continue Writing For The Herald Colonel William P Walton the well known newspaper mtin tomorrow willI take charge of the newly established I stock and bond department of the Lex ington Banking Trust Company Col Walton after the sale of the Ken tucky State Journal to Mr James L NeWman and former Governor J C W Beckham opened a brokerage office in Lexington and handled the better class of stocks and bonds for more than a year and he had built up quite a good sized business The investors of Lexington know andI have confidence inCol Walton and in hi business judgement and the Lexington Banking and Trust Company bits made a wise move in arranging to obtain his services in the conduct of its new de partment Lexington Herald Col Walton will continue to write for the Lexington Herald and will still have charge of the State Press column of that paper This is glad news to the Kentucky newspaper men for Col Vial tons writings ate wise and good com pany 4 Will Be Here This Month Lawrence A Murray was called to this city Monday fr6m Louisville to do some special work at the tile factory He will return about the fifteenth of next month Leave Soon Prof and Mrs Tanner and sonHugh lleave next week for Winchester to spend the remainder of the summer Prof Tannein Hardinsburg this week attending the Institute r Home For Annual Visit l Mr and Mrs ChailP Miller o Bddyvilltt t Arrived here SamdaYon c the large southern steamer The Georgia Lees1 They ware anroute to ttieisi home i HardiBibHrg for avieit to relatives jfiv lowers Here 1i4 1- 0OtcrPo WMt wsA 1 the diY MrrPtlar ri has a geed pdg A tt N lR J- Rt if iiit I j t BIG GAMES At HardirisburffAcme Team Of Louisville Will Play Brack eriridge Boys This Week What is arousing interest and excite ment in BreckenrIdge baseball circles ia the doubleheader that will be pulled off at Hardinsburg this week The baseball team of the Acme Flour Comp pany of Louisville will play Hardins burg Thursday and Friday The hearts of all baseball fans ate beating fast and will be broken if the Hardinsburg boys do not win All of Cloverport and surrounding towns ate invited to attend the gamesiThe Hardinsburg team is as follows Bowman DeHaven Ditto Lain andsFuchs the triumphant pitcher Mr Miller Kurt Jacob Miller who broke his sight leg the other day is improving slowly Mr Miller is missed by his friends downJn town and will be glad when he getsJ back to his meat shop The Angell in The douse From the Cleveland Leader Our baby is the dream of dreams When we alone are near hVbeams His brains they 2Iowhls eye It gleams When people call he screams and and screamsIAnd screams and screams and screams andscreamslI PlerceSliewmaker Miss Sallie Pierce of Holt and MrB H Shewmaker of Orel were married in Louisville July 2 The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John B Pierce and is a lovely young woman The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs W M Shewmaker The News wishes them much bappInesq M Judge VVafffoner ilereff f 1II11 tLi L Waggoner CowiityJi +jui8i pI- Breokenridtprcalled tosee ii Friday iudgR Waggoner has bsL bey man etnlWe etectiopaatd ap y ftyter has he- beentti Clwefp4Ntdurhsiit tilatt six mpptha 1 1fr GUS W RICHARDSON To Fight Removal Notifies Pris on Commission and May Take Matter Into The CourtsI Frankfort Ky July BGus W Richardson of Meade county former State Senator and well known Demo cratic politician who for two years has been superintendent of the farm ing Department of the State Reform School in Fayette county was here i today to notify the State Prison Com mission that he would not accept an order from them dismissing him from that position i The Board recntly announced the appointment of former State Senator W O Coleman of Henry county as superintendent of the farm Richard son maintains that he was appointed for a term of four years and that he cannot be removed without cause HeI says tis removal in the middle of the season would work to the disadvantage ot the crop of the Reform School He will likely take the matter into court Lexington Herald BEWLEYVILLE Will Entertain Sunday School Workers This Coming Sat urday1 rYbodY Invited The convention of the Bewleyville Magisterial District Sunday School association will meet at Bewleyville Sat urday July 16 PROGRAM 10 a m Devotional Exercise 101s Directing the girls activit IesMrs1V J Plggot- 103G Needed qualifications for successful teaching Mrs Robert McGlothlnu 1055 Teachers meetingMr F B Henderson lilO TralniugccursesRev R F Adair 1130 Other sources Degelates reports of schools Ap pointment of roumiitties RECESS 1 p m Devotional exercise 115 Suggestions about Temper ance Sunday Dr S P Parks 135 Bringing in the Sheaves Rev L K May 155 Directing the activities of the boyProf Win Martin 215 Vital probleins in Sunday School management Dis cussion lead by Mr S C Dowoll 3 Engaged in by all Super intendents Growing old er In the cause do we feel and know we are growing better and wiser in It Delegates report of Corn mitees Reading of min utes Lula Parka i i Secretary re jj COLtEGE SITE Is Now PurchasedWork Of Building Will Soon Begin People Delighted With The Situation f i Information fias just been received from Irvington that a site of fourteen acres has been purchased for Irvington College The grounds are situated in the new addition of the town All plans are being perfected to begin at once on the work of building the college halls The promoters of the Institution arc taking hold of the work with vigor and the erection of the school will go up like magicI Ice Cream SupperII The Sunday School class of Mrs R A Shellman will give at lavn fete Sa Her yardat Stephensport Saturday night Mrs Eltwaii er 1t Estill v Mrs Ella liutcWson 1 llwangcr the w llifcnowa Kentucky newspaperwoman of Fjrunkbrt isacttrigaa hol- t attestiU apr ngs and vU HIther- Cl ttheentiree sttmser Hw charming daughter JiIt Jack Jt1warIIfit herr 3a f tf n DISTRESSING Accident To Henry BlackGas Tank To ills Soda Fountain Explodes While Being Recharged With Awful Result At an early hour Thursday morning IMr Henry Black met with an accident and his escape from death was mfracu 1 lous He conducts a little grocery and confectionery on Main cross street and at the time of the Incident was charging- a gas tank to his soda fountain Not 1 having a gauge on the gas drum the pressure became so strong that an ex plosion resulted Mr Black was in the 1 back yard and the concussion was so strong when the tank let go that he was thrown five or six feet He was at once taken to the office of Dr Standish where he and Dr Heavrin dressed his wounds It was found that Mr Black was bruised pretty much all over the worst injury being to his left wrist which was cut and torn to the bone One side of the air drum hit his stomach and he is considerably bruised there Many other wounds are noted about his body but it is not believed that the injuries will be fatal The wound on the wrist was sewed up and Mr Black was very weak from the loss ot blood His escape is said to have been miraculous The explosion was heard nearly all over town and was very strong It blew the side of the house out where he had the gas drum and the entire corner of the street trembler when the ex plosion came Mr Black was taken back to his residence and is now get ting along very nicely Hancock Clarion HAWESVILLE Was As Dry As a Bone For TwentyFour Hours Water- Works Company Turn ed Off Entire Supply The waterworks trouble reached a climax on Tuesday night when Mr W II Williams Manager of the corpora tion turned off the entire supply of the mains thereby depriving every con sumer in town o the use of water This came after a meeting of the City Council Tuesday night when the water work muddle was again up for discussion but nothing was done The shut ting off of the water soon followed the adjournment of the Council and is be licved to have been done in orders to force the public to demand a contract of the Council with the water company On Wednesday morning when it was found that no one had water a great deal of street discussion followed and the Council was again called in special session that evening to discuss the question Mr Williams and many citizens were before the body after a great deal of wranglingan agreement wasreached whereby he is to accept at the rate of jKO per year for the rest of thlsyear thcrquostlon to be submitted to the voters whether or riot they will continue as patrons of the water com pany for ten years at the rate of 30 The question will be submitted U a- r vote in November The water was again turned on late in the same day and this is only a temporary truce pate ched up between the city council and the water company they having failed to agree for several years Hancock Clarion Sunday School Picnics r IThe Presbyterians will t ho dthelt rMlllhomeouting tomorrow at Oglesbys Spring They will be joined by the Clover BIwi soms of thfiMethodist church Takes Prize Word lias been received from Plfii 1 fRjyj f adeIIEverybodys pay coiebratiopti glveriiby the cll l fclub The cart ware biuekourtoflethneonol1r and Mw4RMiiei of PJMyiUe has Ittn any friiep in Clover pore tnterattidieathiC Mad glad he a Whiner o ti I Iio fZ J pp I- e i e r w i r i r i k ar at aF I r af r t e f i K i i- al rp pyg l I YF f e Electric BittersSucceed wftcn everything else fails Jh nervous prostration and female I weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it Is the best medicine ever sold over druggists counter l DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p in Clovcrport Ky A 44 A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your 111 1 11 1n NEW WIZARD OF THE AIR j Oman Promises Wonders For His Gyroplane STARTS ON LAUD OR WATER St Louis Inventor Expects to Carry In His Monster Airship a Hundred Pas sengers at One Hundred Miles an Hour Machine Can Stand Still at One Spot In the Air Indefinitely The Incorporation of an aerial nav igation company at St Louis has rev vealed plans for a commercial passen ger airship that rivals the wildest dreams of Jules Verne Officials of the company declare that within a year they will have a ship that will carry up n hundred passengers lu n forty mile wind and at n speed of 100 miles an hour The machine is the invention of I W Oman formerly of San Antonio Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys arc re sponsible for much sicknessandsufferin a bottle if kidue trouble permitted to continue serious re 5ullsnre likely to follow Your other organs may need attention but kid because they most 1 should attention first Therefore whenI your kidneys are weak or out of order you understand how quickly en tire body is affected and how every orga dutyIfbadly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect off SwampRoot the great kidney an bladder remedy is soon realized I stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties been proven in thousands of the most distress tug cases If you needa medicine yo I bestshouldSold by druggists in fiftycent and one 101 lar sizes You may have sample bv mail free also a therefore most your icys most do and have can your have tellin you no Pcc r c 1how to find out if you have kidney or I bladder trouble Mention this paper TWO WORDS DEFINED Difference Between a Sanitarium and a Sanatorium Tin word siinltnrlum nnd satin torlutr nl popularly understood to geuyIgnntlng or describing places of refIt ago for sick people but there Is i fact quite a dlstlnetlon between tin meaning of tho two words In answer to a correspondent on this subject the Literary Digest says The distinction between these words lies In the fact that they arc derived from two different Latin roots Sap atorlum Is derived from the late Latin sanatorlus meaning health giving TIll nterra relates specially to an Institution 1fOl treatment of disease or care of In valids especially an establishment em ploying natural therapeutic agents or conditions peculiar to the locality or some specific treatment or treating othertfrom the Latin sanltas from snails meaning whole or sound Sanitarium relates Ihu c hygienic conditions are preservative of health as distinguished from one where therapeutic agencies are em ployed hence It Is the province of a sanitarium to preserve health that of a sanatorium to restore It Care should be exercised In combining the proper vowels In these two words 1In LMSANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky H 4 DR EVELYN BUSH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE The Sanatorium is equipped with till modern conveniences for the treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage ATLER T WIIMjrUIVI DirectorLate of Battle Creek Sanatorium l Solicitedt r1I IfRURAL TELEPHONES t l 1 u 286t 6too t r t it T f t u liHEf SUGAR TRU8Tr AND FRiARS lLANDS Charges of Congressman Marlin c Which Will Bring About a Con J gressional1 Investigation I By ROBERTO LOVE years ngo a locomotive SIXTEEN In Missouri now a first of congress from Colorado John A Martin of Pueblo scents to be getting up steam for a record run of hind graft charges which ho declares will involve the sugar trust the attorney general of the United States und the bureau of Insular affairs that branch of the war department which Inns to do with the administration of the Philippine Is lands The Martin engine of accusa tion takes a straight air lire shoot across tho Pacific ocean with the friar lands of the archipelago as stop ping point Congressman Martin charges in ef fect that the San Joso friar estate of about 55000 acres was sold to an rtgent of the sugar trust as the result of an opinion from Attorney General George W Wlckerslmm whose law linn represented the trust at the time Mar YORK THE INVESTIGATION PRINCIPAL FIGURES SUGAR OF r Ignll or accusations of subterfuge eva jjkm and equivocation on the part of in high gorernmcnt In their of4 Y to explain tho sale of the friar Restate General Clarence R Edwards wi Band of the bureau of insular affairs V ntid for yeiirs a rinse friend of Presl- yjifcnt Taft Is IncJnded with the attor noy general In the Colorado congress inanfli allegation of equivocal ex planations Sugar Trust Head As IIn offset to the Martin allega tions President Washington B Thorn na of the American Sugar Refining I followingIy cern In New 1reference to the statement of Congressman Martin published in one of the morning papers in regard to tho aUcged interest of the American Sugar Refining company in the Philip pines Congressman Martin must have been misinformed Tie American Sugar Refining company has not now and ueverhas hall any Interest ly or Indirectly In any lands in the Phlllpplnes npr has It at any time sought to acquire such interest One of the directors of the company did purchase laid on his own account srithout the of or consult- Ing with the other directors as hoc os1 ered tho matter purely per soil The company does not contemplate aiiy Investments whatever In the PbtlippintsThe of the Martin crusade lies JaOefa t that the organic law of tit Philippine archipelago enacted by ddigro s In 1002 provides that indlvld MM shall be limited to tbo acquire lfc t of rQ rtyRcr08 and corporations al woclotloas to 2500 acres tthe domain bt the Islands When SJ January Mr ilarjln reaClna D8 pltbat the entire Sin roes tir eetatehad been sold to a repretl fj the me et wfetr InV an that tlje attgraeejpgiaftil I J iffil i i S1 President Thomas Denial Attor ney General Wickershams Opinion Is Cited i had rendered nn opinion to tho effect that these friar lands were not subject to the limitations put by congress upon Philippine public lands he proceeded to get busy at once and inquire into the j whys and wherefores of the sale of D5000 acres In one bunch i I Congressman Martins efforts brought appointImentij thoroughtinvestigation antI report- II I John A Martin is known In Colorado as a forensic fighter of the strenuous stripe lie is young only fortytwo and represents a district which in eludes the greater part of the area of his state lie Is a Democrat who over I I a large Republican plifrallty at his election In the fall of 1008 He made n spellbinding speaking tour of the fortyfour counties in his district and It was predicted by his friends j that in the event of his ho would be heard from nationally He began his career as 7r section hand working up to a lifemanship Thiii when he went out on a stripe NEW IIEFINEIIY OF THE IN THE TRUST AND THREE ofliclals forts Denies York direct knowledge Bay carne election railroad with his union he decided to get Into a line of worl not subject to strikes and lockouts He studied law without attending a law school Now the Nemesis of the sugar trust has returned to Colorado to make a hard fight for reelection but he de clares that whether ho stays in con gress or not ho will continue his crusade for the protection of the Filipino lands from exploitation Originally It Is said he was an expansionist but since having made a study of the problem he has become a restrlctlonlst But his present fight appears to be upon his construction of the organic law relating to tho islands the con gressman believing that the corporate interests have sought a loophole and apparently have found it in the attor ney generals opinion that the organic law as to land acquirement limitations does not extend to the friar lands Mr Martins contention Is that tho law covers al1 public lands In the archipelago Chairman Olmsted Cautious The chairman of this committee on insular affairs of the house of repre sentatives Congressman Martin E Olmsted says regarding Congressman Martins statements as to the disposi tion of the friar lands It would be manifestly improper for me Jo comment on Mr Martins inter viewlIe will have ample opportunity to present to the committee any facts In his possession The principal question appears to bo one gf construction off law The United States acquired about GOOQQ 000 acres of land from Spain TulaI It practically gave to the people of the Philippines stipulating however that ndoho person should be permitted to Acquire more than sixteen hectares about forty aerea Cpngrwia also authorized th Phill lppln government to buy theeo called friar Jaoap jimountinjf to 9ut4CM- kOOOacrSue houditoppythewm- ad tMil the I lar MM t f pro cecds to the payment of the bonds Is the Philippine government limited to the sale of forty acres to any one person That is the disputed question The attorney general of the Philip pines the attorney general of the United States and other good lawyers hold that the HmUotlou applies only to the lands acquired by the United State from Spain and not to the friar lands which were purchased by the Philip pines with their own money Mr Mar tin takes a different view So does Moorfield Story of Boston Personally I have expressed no opinion and shall not until the committee reports Whatever may be the merits or the demerits of Mr Martins charges it Is significant that Secretary of Will Dick inson and General Edwards chief of the bureau of insular affairs have started for the Philippines to make a personal Inquiry into the matter of the sale of the friar lands Their subordinates l at Washington in charge during their absence observe n policy of strict neutrality They have nothing to say being perfectly willing to nwalt the result of tho committees investigations Exploitation long Expected When a dozen years ago the United States acquired the Philippine archi pelago as the result of a brief but glo rious war against Spain loud mouthed rumors were heard In the land to the effect that the fertile acreage of the Filipino people would be exploited by American trust interests Mr Taft was sent to the islands and made such a record as n civil administrator that he tins hecome president of the United States For twelve years the Islands have been ruled by Uncle Sum who made efforts honest and earnest to prove that tho prophets of exploitation were but as sounding brass Now the cymbals have begun to tinkle Vague hints of the onslaught of the corporate interests are heard Congressman Mar tin Is by no means the only person In olllclnl life who scouts spoliation Tho fact that his fellows In congress got n distinct whiff of the aroma Is evidenc edl by their vote to create the committee of inquiry The friar lands of the archipelago have been looked upon with gloating eyes by certain Interests In the Unit ed States over since Uncle Sam paid Spain some millions of dollars for a tow thousand islands which had been won in war The settlement of the problem of tho friar lauds was vexatious and delicate Somewhere between 100000 and 500000 acres was tho combined urea of tho lands held by the four orders of friars or monks For many years those lauds had been tilled by tenants wanly of whom claim ed ownership of the acres they occupied Prior to American occupation there wits much bloodshed over the matter Priests were slain or imprls ailed Parish churches were closed for lack of parish priests The Filipino natives rebelled Then came the United States into authority What about the friars holdings That was tho ticklish problem Confiscation was proposed but the United States has not been doing much In the confiscation line at any time since the establishment of the nation The upshot was after commissions mimed by tho pope timid by the United States government that the friars lauds were purchased and made apart of tho public domain Friar lands Fertile These lands are fertile It Is said by observers who have studied Filipino agriculture that they are very choice lauds capable of producing more on I tho average thair the other agricultural areas of the islands acre for acre The policy of congress and the administra lion was to preserve and conserve these lands with the rest of tho public do main in the Islands for the Filipino people That is the understanding of Mr Martin who came to congress ycuvs after the organic law was enact ed It is the theory of many other earnest conservators Congressman Martin believes that not only the San Jose estate but tIll Isabella and the Calamba estates which have been sold ostensibly to In dividuals In reality have been acquired by agents of corporations The Calamba estate Is historical It Is within thirty miles of Manila by rail and Is one of the richest sections In the Island of Luzon The Philip pine revolution of 1800 resulted from the controversy between the friars and the tenants over the ownership of this estate Time Spaniards seized court mnrtlalcd and shot Jose Rlzal perhaps the most noted Fillplno of the day The Cnlambn estate was claim ed by the Rlzal family and their ten ants Mr Martin avers that this beautifulJ estate has passed into the ownership of the Dlllinghnin sugar In terests of Hawaii which Is to say It has passed into the hands of the sugar trust Other Sales Criticised Congressman Martin takes partic ular notice of the sale of time Tala es tate to Frank W Carpenter executive secretary of the Philippine governS ment Ho declares that the bureau of insular affairs notwithstanding that the information was demanded sup pressed time name of the purchaser mid would not admit that the estate lad been sold at niL Tile Colorado congressman quotes a recent report from thq director of lands at Nanild in 11 spouse to n cubic from Secretary pf Weir Dickinson at the direction of the house of representatives which indicates that Carpenter has m agree meat for the purchase of tfre entire state as rapidly as It becomes vacant and hesays the same report disclose the fact that Dean 0 Worcester Phil lppiHe secretary Jof JhliltteiorlIA ppprpv d the 8tdltol CarpenteI land ctsj 0e n eetis rU i Y II BOWMKK President A B SKIUMAN Cashier F L LIOIITFOOT VicePresident 0 T SIcxrJ IAN Asat Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBREGKINIUDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on TJmcIDcposils 0 DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons fr L LightfoottV II Bowmor Ino C Jarboo 0 T Skillman A R Fisher r b re M Anos Pe r dlt+ e JJir s + teelr JYJI A t EVERY FARMERAs well as every businessi man should have a bank account 1 1WHY anywhere else i simplest and most convenient method check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays e8 you a better standing with business men 1 1Your in the bank strengthens your credit account teaches helps and encourages you to save bookkeepingYour Connections with an Old Established business Bank we extend our services1 1Your D Trust Co Hardinsburg KyII t 1 r 4 J DAINTY SANDWICHES How to Regale the Unexpected Te+ Guest where is no edible snore convenient and generally acceptable nt little par ties and picnics than the sandwich but Inexperienced persons make the mistake of using ouly heavy meats and one kind of bread To be the delectable and comfortable morsel it should be the sandwich supplied for the gala occasion must express the utmost so phistication of taste and the fillings and bread casings should be varied as much us possible White gluten graham brown and rye bread are all used for tho dainty bites given at smart functions With cheese soda and salt biscuits are combined and fllllng of whipped cream and nuts is put between sweet crackers At a tea lately given there were oven sandwiches of brown bread tilled with a paste of baked beans the whole made gay to the eye and fascinating to the paint with a shredded covering of pimentos Iced and green pepper sandwichil mlre common for beer sup pers These peppers are shredded line and put with thin white bread cut In the slim two Inch strip liked by the masculine enter At the afternoon teas patronized fjyI women the Mxy sandwich is liked time tiny triangle of waferthin white bread with a tilling of mayonnaise on lettuce or the triangle of crisp toast holding u light spread of folc gras Sardines anchovies shredded chick en and broiled bacon go especially well with toast casings for substantial sand wiches and If a dust of cayenne pep per and a squeeze of lemon juice are added after the salt the taste of these sandwiches will be delicious In the making of all fish and meat sand wiches time seasoning counts greatly and if the taste is not just right at first the clever cook will lknow how to add this or that thing until it is per fectFor example one housekeeper who found herself called upon unexpected ly to regale some guests one evening having nothing else in the house made sandwiches of some bits of chicken dressing warmed up for the occasion with a pinch of curry added Another housekeeper she was a bride by the way grabbed up a box of marshmallows after the handshaking and lefty lug hubby to do the honors returned from the kitchen presently with these delectable sweets toasted and put between some thin sweet buns she had made for supper A pinch of homemade grape Jelly put beside the soften ed candy gave the taste sublime Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Bonns oint ment cures itching bleeding or protrud ing pyles after years of suffering At any drug store- MONUMENT TO ADAM AND EVE Washington Apple Growers Propose to Honor Memory- A F Crowell formerly deputy state horticultural commissioner of Spo kane and Stevens counties Wash submitted a proposal to the hnsI apple show to erect a mammoth mon ument to Adam and Eve In one of the apple belts in the northwest The board of trustees of the organization of which Howard Elliott head of ihe Northern Pacific Railroad company Is president is discussing plans to offer d Bubstniitlnl prize for tho most appro priate design submitted Jp competi tion to be awarded by popular vote at the third annual show In Spokane the week pt r oc14 NqJ PJ3 Pir4Ql Qt asku IP Jjublkih card of U if ra Jiut1oaaorobitdarleiifreei I DoII t eoooeooeosoeeooeoooeoooo u v i WANTED P Pe I 50 STAVEMAKERS lIi 0 I 0- o For particularsI ad ttdresst W H LYNCH i t Allen Floyd Co Ky tNelNNeoOetoNeNeoNNo Design to Interest Expert With Needle Ever since the days when the work Ing of a sampler was regarded as the test of proficiency In needlecraft the woman with a penchant for fancywork has always looked with favor LATEST EUBIIOIDEHY upon sample stltchcry though It may have been known to her under another name A fresh instance of the attractionI that this old new work possesses for the modern devotee of the needle Is seen In some pillow tops and bureau scarfs that have lately appeared They are fashioned from n fine quality of canvas In natural tone with vertical stripe of black The needlewomans skill Is brought Into play in the fllllng In of the spaces between the stripes In bright tones reminiscent of the orient The work Is executed according to prescribed rules n hd for the summer cot tage or bungalow cushions and scarfs of this type im very effective when a gay color note Is desired In the furs nishlngs For the Best results try News Want Ads Maintaining Gravel Heads In order to iiuiluinlii a gravel road In good condition It Is well to keep plies of gravel alongside at frequent Inter vals so that the persons wily repair the road can get time material without going too for for It As soon as ruts or holes appear on He surface some of this good fresh material should bu milled and stamped Into position or kept raked smooth until properly con tolldatcd Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pjfiy fortho publication ot this kind of matter III t ij Walt for our New Story 11 will BeginSoon i 0 M II i 1 lI II h I rt 7 7j ft J rTdj rI1 Jl lwL r- err r i I t i f k i 1t4 t4t- 4I t- 4i t-t- 4r i t4i i i I J i t r t I I r 1 rr LJ= AIr TilE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO = Issued Every Wednesday c = Subscription Price 100 n year in advance GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino money I in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers shqjuld give theirold as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES = CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 = Democratic TicketF- or Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON = o UR BIBTHDi1 Y This Week wo are asking n question that is a home thrust Wo want each of you to answer it either for yourself or someone else Are You in love with your home It is a perfect pleasure to interested in home there is no other such happiness Wo can go from pillar to post seeking jjoy and fortunes and after all home is the best place to find them We all know this why not show o appreciation 1 Prove it by saying a good word for your town your field your place of work The News opens its columns this week to home laudation Wo need more of itour home towns and couul need praise from all of us Write us a letter if you know anythi good about your town or neighborhood and we shall ho glad to pub lishit And along with It if you care to send us kind wishes or a subscription for this month we celebrate not only the sixtyfifth an niversary of our own birthday but the thirtyfourth anniversary of The Brcckenridgo News See how much you can do for your home your home paper and your homo people this month And we will as vo have for nearly a half century In this issue of tho News appears a statement from tho Brccken ridge County Fair Association saying that the management pledg itself to an ollort to eradicate any and all concessions that are o jectionable in any way from their annual show at Hurdinsburg this year President Robertson and Secretary Kincheloo declare th gambling will bo absolutely prohibited This is a wise and commend able step taken by tho Association and the citizens of the county aP preciate their purpose And what the oflicers say they will do as certain as the sun shines so a splendid clean and interesting exposition is assured The date for the Fair will soon bo here and wo must begin today to get ready for this celebration The Associati has attractive little advertising slips and we suggest that each of you sendone of these to your friends An earnest appealing invitation to tho Fair has also been extended through the booklet Joys of The Press and it will be worth your while to attend this loading good time event of our county The Kentucky Bar Association is in session this week at Middles boro Thursday afternoon the members will go to Pineville to Ibe entertained by their president Chas W Metcalf and his son John Thomas Metcalf It would seem good to us just to go back and plc up tho crumbs from tho tables of those hospitable people and re Glad U Kum on their front doors once more Sixt3five years old is this editor and he never felt younger his life We cannot speak for Mrs Dole Hambleton and Mrs Bow mer who are too stepping into their sixtysixth year this month but we are just beginning that life that is worth living The Geo D Glasscock farm in the Forks of Rough was last week sold at public auction for 0900 Exsheriff Milton Miller was ti purchaser With the passing of this farm is the last one in that neighborhood formerly owned by the old timers Col and Mrs E L Robertson have a beautiful home at Glen deane Mrs Robertson is a charming hostess and an ideal house keeper Her husband does what all husbands ought to do helps to make their homo both pleasant and attractive Our prediction is coming true Announcement is made by the Advocate that starting on next Monday Danvillt will have a dailI paper The old town is certainly getting a vigorous awakening The Interior Journal i It is tho men who do things inaugurate new ways and break away from the old that come to the front Our banks all show a healthful state There is money to burn in all of them i The Blind Tiger out in Eastland is getting bolder every day h lives 1 i I Wheat is repor considerably damaged from the heavy rains IINow let everybody pull for a good clean high class Fair r to HARDINSBURG Airs Warren May and son are visiting Mrs Richard May Mrs Gus Shellmari was In Louisville last week Miss Katie JEskrldge has returned from Chicago- Mrs Chas Skillman and Miss Eliza beth Sklllman visited friends here Sunday Yrs W 0 Thomas and children pf r n Leltchfleld are visiting her moths Mrs Mary C Heston Miss Agnes McGill of Louisville visiting Mr and Mrs L T Smith The County Institute Is In session at the Court House this week Dr Carson of Chicago is the instructor MayHughcsMonday for a visit to Mrs SA PateIof flopkinsville Mrs Milton Board and children of Louisville are visiting Judge and Mrs Milton Board iii iUPORT OK TIlE COOYOh E1N SHELMAN GO Bunkers doing business in town of Irvington County of Brcckinridge State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 30th day ofofJune tU1- 0RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more ehdors ers or sureties 15350 25 Real Estate Mortgages 6377 03 Call Loans on Collateral 1280 20 Time Loans on Collateral 10267 88 U S Bonds 0 00 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 0 00 72276 26 Due from Nats tonal Hanks 10124 92 Due from State Banks and Bank ers 0 00IDue from Trust Companies 0 00 1 124 02 United States andINational Bank Notes 3500 00 Specie 328 44 J828 44 Checks and other cash items 52 411 j Exchange for Clearing House 0 on 52 44 Overdrafts secured 800 60 Overdrafts unse cured 224 81 1025 41 jj- Taxes 0 00 1 Current Expenses 03bo J Banking House 1024 77 1 Other Real Estate 0 00 Furniture and 10urOther Assets not j included under any of above heads 7503 nyTotal 89063 no j LIABILITIES 1Capital1 Surplus Funds 10000 00 Undivided Profits 1387 01 Fund to pay Taxes 2321 80 13700 80 1Deposits1 which interest isInot paid 81JJ Deposits subject 1 check 1which1 Demand Certlfijj tutsates of Deposits J on which inter est is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is- paid I4r42 27 Savings Deposits on which inter 00o0 OOt 60297 11 Due National Banks 0tj0 Due State Banks 4 and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Com panics 0 00 Cashiers Checks 39Notesrediscounted 0 00 5031Taxesunpaid ono 00kldnot included un der any of the above heads 0 00 InTotal 89063 30 State of Kentucky q County of BreckenridgeJ t I M H Cornwall Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Cashiere E Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of July 1910 Matt P Payne Deputy County Clerk HendersonCorrectf I IE H Shelman Directors Mrs M H Beard delightfully enter tained a number of young people Wed nesday night In honor of her neice fromy t i Lawrence Graham of Bowling Green was here last week = Nathaniel and Hobart Shellman and Franklin Beard were in Louisville Saturday tlMrst delightfully Friday evening in Honor of Miss Louise AudespenteRob e ert Gardner Morris Kincheloe who has been vistl itlng Mr and Mrs A W Scott has returned home Allen M Kincheloe is home for tiijs IlegeI If the best is not too good for you IsLewisport Best flour is the flour you oughtto use Sold by j H Gardner a rInThe East J W Owen Southern Sales Diana i ger of he Louisville Lead and Color Company has been visiting his sister Mrs John Matthews in Philadelphia iHe with Mr and Mrs Matthews spent Sunday in Atlantic City Mr Cjwen also spent several days in New York n rMiiIiM M e rlaAM LV wr IMAVMA A h y STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust CO1 HARDINSBURG KY At the close of business June 30 1910 RESOURCESI Notes and Bills 294635 1V Cash in Safe 17914 23fCash in other Banks i ua 28069 Stocks and Bonds r d 12107 61 I Banking House and Lot u + 1800 00 Other Real Estate 4 136 79 Furniturei and Fixtures 400 00 Total I 355063 09 I e LIABILITIES pital Stock paid in 1 50000 00 lea and Undivided Profits 15516 96 No 404 percent i 2000 00 Amount Due Depositors 287546 13 I Total L 355063 09 I IVeryrespectfully 1 M H BEARD Cashier With this statement wo cbse tho twentieth year of our business life and the fourth year of our service in handling estates as guardian trustee administrator etc In these twenty years there have heen good times and bad times when money was close and times when money was easy and investments diflicult to find Wo feel that no one will question our claim that we have met allof these situations with credit to ourselves and satisfaction to our patrons In flush times of plentiful money we have managed our business in a conservative manner and kept clear of wild investments In close times wo have been as liberal with our borrowers as their necessities demanded and safety I permitted Wo believe we can assure the public that we arc in position to give them even better service in the future than we have in the past because we aro huger and stronger and have gained in knowledge by our twenty years experience JJ v J oIc = 11 IQiooi io o101 II IIoof the condition of the11 11Report First State HanK of Irvington Ky Qatthe close of business June 30 1910 Q o 0 ciRESOURCES 0 0 0LoansDue from BanksM 10180 33 Cash on Hand 4198 08 Overdratts M 152 88 Banking House and LQtm 4000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1672 73 r Total 76179 18 LIABILITIES 00Q 0- Q Depo5itsmumm u m 60684 89 Q Total 179I d 18 ia 11 11Yourbusiness and influence iiii- o Very respectfully J c PAYNE Cashier J Q1cJ1I1 10 IIQJII 10 1211 101 11 0 Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the air passages is not cured by any mixtures into the stomach Dont wastev on them Take Elys Cre m Balm through the nostrils so that the fesver swollen tissues ard reached at once Never mind how long you have suffer d nor how often you have been disappointed we know Elys Cream Balm is remedy you should use All druggists 50 cents Mailed by Ely Bros50 Warren Street New York Louisville Market Report Louisville July 1010Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry- new 99 and 100 Corn No 2 white 694 OatsNo2 mixed 42 EggsMarket quiet case count 164 17 candled 1- 8PoultryHens 11 and 12c per Ibj roosters 7c young chickens 17 18c ducks lOci turkeys 12c Hogs Market weak and raostly 10 15c lower selected heavy hogs 200 Its and uPJ8ij 165 to 800 Jbi 90690 to WANTEDFifty 50 men at once Quarry work Men are making from 150 to 250 per day Apply W H TOMPKINS Quarry Supt KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT CO Kings Landing Ky P O Richardsons Landing Meade Co Ky 105 Ibs940j light pigs 840 roughs 1820 down All indications point to lower price- sCalveslIIarket 825 medium 000 steady 750 common 1300 600JLambs Market active The best brought 700 725 seconds 5J2s 1575 culls 350 425 Fair demand for fancy stock ewes j lithe best is youLeyuu- oughttoMse a 1 Hardinsburjr 5 Cloverpoft 1I Inthegames played between the two teams last Hardinsburidlamond interesting than the score af Hardlnsburir not having tJFtfhidirthi riaerrorsj i + oftheHardkwbMfff ers sca- mper across home swjkTllie feature f the game was tJ1 ij of Her r tnd the lhcnmrof 4 ard WI VVVVVV 1 L V1 1 d i q- iJJL f 1 t J s ws ii 5ffi f 1 t 1fWi i Id teJ 1 If tfI de i 1 1+ fji I J ik I f i rk I f r J r r t rf 1r r j rIfr i i I Y arJi I rji L it tf 1 tjj iti 4 y J N a j J iii 11 J ii- c iP M IIc IaJ ry tfARlliable Remedy fi FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm IIs qulcklr absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane resulting from Oatarrh and drives sway aOold lu tho Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size BO cts at Druggists or by mall Liquid 5z etazj i15he Breckenridge News et fe WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 vRiTEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS J ilitor PrecInct nod city Offices 250 For County Offices 500 jjSor State and District Offices1500 irtljjor Calls per line 10 Vflor Cards per line 10 I For All Publications in the inter of individuals or expression testindividual views per line 10 1 ft11Local Laconics I f it Miss Ola Fallon is visiting in Big Clifton t irs Nannie Ferry has returned from f As Louisville Y thegfea Miss Maud Jolly of Sample has been Mthe guest of the Misses Perkins VjVJJr Hillary Boone went to Louisville r Friday night on the Georgia Lee Mrs Gabe Wright ofMcQuady has vteen the guest of Mrs Ernest Pate i Capt J H Rowland was in Custer last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Alf Taylor aIfthe best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Jour is the Jour you ought to usetMr and Mrs Harry Hills and child ren of Richmond are the guests of jr3Mrs Mary Oelze Y Miss Francis Cayne of Los Angles V Calwill arrive this week to visit Mr Vand Mrs Sam Conrad Miss Julia Wroe and Miss Maggie rWroe are attending the Teachers In- stituteV at Hardinsburg Miss Elizabeth Skillman left Monday t for Benton Harbor Mich to visit Mr and Mrs Chas Minary 1 Mrs D Stuart Miller and daughter Sarah of Owensboro arrived yesterday to Visit Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs Chas Moorman of Versailles have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wick Moorman j Miss Jennie Mabel Harris arrived last week from Morganfield to visit Misses Eva and Edith Plank t Mr and Mrs Jess Weatherholt and children will visit Mrs Cora Renfrow of Dundee the last of this month C G Brabandt photographer will be here this week and in Irvington Tuesday and Wednesday of next week Mr and Mrs Edmund Wroe have ar rived from Georgia to spend a short while with his parents Mr and Mrs Thos Wroe Mrs Henry Tate and granddaughter Miss Male Lamb have returned from ra visit to Mr and Mrs P W Sampley near Rome Ind A Silver Social will be given Monday evening at the Methodist parsonage Everyone is asked to attend and bring a free will offering t Julius Hardin has returned home from the McGavocks country home where he spent a month with his aunts Misses Maggie and Lucy McGavock Mrs Robertson and children of Nashville Tenn and Mr Walter Wen J flejken of Henderson have been visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelken i J H Johnson will go to Rockport iInd Tuesday to visit his children This is his first trip away from home in ttseven years on account of bad health ttirand Mrs Chas Hook and daughters Ruby Haynes qnd Elizabeth Moorman were guests of honor at a jinner Sunday given by Mr find Mrs Chas May rf f ft Mrs Cordrey was hostess Thursday 10t idtn given to the following Mrs Sjtta Evanst Miss Anne Hambleton r Us Georgia White Miss Josie Raitt Mrs Chas Lightfoot 1pd Dr E C McDonald of Louisville is the guest of his sister Mrs Frank Mat tingly TheirfriendMiss Helen Bishop tiofDeeatkr1 l will arrive this week ao be theirguest at The Castle If the best is not tpogpod for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought tousc About WomenBy A Mere Man r0 I hAve often thought I would like to tqrltBe experiment of loving the same- woman wlcebQt Iliavejnpyerldarei to give wp the time to do It r rpttyellterdaywlth the cleverest feij lJiJIJk world It has takenme all e5 ducetenl to recoyerifronji the tioaofmyown imBOcUtqe 1- f I The length of time it takes to get around n girls waist IB not nlwnys iiu proportion to its size The woman who stands iiti front of her door and looks up and down the street is not always looking for her hus baud 1 never stood well In chruiistry Tito- is why 1 derive no eujoyutect from nntk lug up of n made up Viinan It would te impoistble for me to respect any woman who did not have tb capacity to make me suffer To a sick Luau every trained nurse under forty is a thing of beauty andI a joy forever It has been said that women nee provide fur thu future To tuis live stands us a permanent contradiction Every woman resents in her heart tIlt man who respects her for aloneYou can always tell that women when girlhood has departed and woman hood has begun It is at this point the sue never has anything to wear When without tonsulting a woman a man can order a dinner at a restuaram- Cwith which she is perfectly satisfied Ii has arrived at the fulness of his power I there is nothing more for him to aclu eve It is a wise women who knows whe to resent unfaniilarity No woman ever acquired virture or had it thrust upon her The unconventional woman needs u chaperon August Smart Set TEACHERS INSTITUTE In Session At The 13reckenri- dgCapitalLarge Attendance And Great Interest The Brecktnridge County Teachers Institute is in session at Hardinsburg this week and there is a large attend ante of interested school workers The News hopes to give a full account of the meeting in the next issue BIG SPRING Mr And Mrs Raymond MoormanI Entertained Delightfully By Friends And Relatives fLast Week Miss Edna Dowell entertained the Social Club Thursday evening with a post card contest in honor of Mr an i Mrs Raymond Moorman of Louisville and Mrs Albert Topping of Peoria 111 Miss Myrtle Moorman received from four to six Friday for Mrs RaymondI MoormanMaster Fielding Clarkson has return ed nome from Elizabethtown where he has been visiting his aunt Mrs A D McCane James Harned and Mr Branasie o- Vine ff Grove were guests of Mr SamI Bush Saturday Louis Crider of Louisville spent Fri day and Saturday with his brother CharlieMr and Mrs Raymond MoormanI after spending a week with his parents Mr and Mrs Achilles Moorman lef for Brandenburg Saturday for a few days visit before returning to Louis villeMrs J D Meador and children re turned Thursday from a three weeks visit to Louisville Miss Juliett Mellward of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs JDMeador- Mrs Lizzie Wiseheartof Vine Grove died Friday and was burled here Sat urday Mrs Wiseheart lived here un til the death of her daughter Mrs Hill about a year ago Mr and Mrs Rollie Simpson return ed from Lexington Wednesday If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour yo I ought to use Notice In Bankruptcy In the District Oourt of tho United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensi boro Division In Bankruptcy f In the matter of Sidney J Hall bankrupt On this 7th day of July A D 1910 on con sidering the petition of the aforesaid banki rupt for discharge filed on tho 15th day of June AD 101OltI Q Is prdored by the court that a healing bo had upon the same on tho lard day 01 July A ID 1810 before sate court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky In said district at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and thit notice thereof bo published one time in Tho UreckonrldKQ News a newspaper printed In said district and that all Known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and plac and show cause 1t any they have why tbo prayer of said petitioner should not be ratted EvansJudgdfrsaidCourto noro IntuCkYbln said district pn the TthI day of IIIJO A0 RONALD Clerk M E DUNN Deputy Mork J GARFIELD ITEMS If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour Is the flour youI ought to use- Farmers are busy harvesting wheat- B W Case of Cincinnati is a frequent visitor to Garfield Wrp are having suocfw with our pray ertawtlnjr so evveybgdy be kure tto iWtc1neadaticbh rn REIOHT OK THE CONDITION OP THE BANK OF GLENDEANE Doing business at tho town of Glen cane County of Breckinridge State of Kentucky at the closet of business on the 30th day of June 1910 RESOURCES- e Loans and Dis counts with t one or more endorsers or surltles 27220 50 EstatorMortgages 3095 77 Call Loans on Collateral 0 00 Time Loans on t t5rU S Bonds 0 00 Other Stocks- t Bonds 13tc 0 00 32tOl3 81 Due from Nat t2tDue from State Banks and Bankers 3000 OU- t Due from 1rust- Companies 0 00 7010 32 United States and National Bank Notes2i375 UO Specie 907 26 Checks and IIother cash items 187 Us Exchange for ClearingHouse 0 00 3500 21 Overdrafts se Qcured 040 Overdrafts un secured 3100 47 Taxes 0 00 CurrentExpenses 1982 40 Real Estate 00d tate 0 00 Furniture and ixtures 1334 35 Other Assetts not included under any of above heads 0 00 Total 5l73l 62 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Funds1ip850 00 15000 00 Surplus 00 Undivided Pro fits 1350 20 Fund to pay Taxes 0 0 220020 Deposits sub ject to check on which in terest is not paid 18081 08 Deposits sub ject to checkVon which in 0 00 paidDemand icate of De posits on which Interest 000dTime Certifi cates of De posits on which interest Is paid 16395 850 DeloSI 000 fpaidCertified 0 00 34477 53 Due National Banks 0 00 Due State Banks and SankersO 00 Due Trust Com panies 0 00 Cashiers checks outstanding 53 SO Notes and Bills rediscounted 0 00 Bills Payablet 0 00 53 80 Taxes Due and unpaid 000 Unpaid divi dends 00 Other Liabil int eluded under any of the- aboveheads 0 00 0 00 Total 51781 62 of tCountyff- I S C Snyder Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief- S C Snyder Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July IglO My commission expires Feb 24 1014 W 0 Moorman Notary Public f D C Moorman Correct Attest Morris Wilson SmithuDirectorsr RAYMOND Mrs Sallie Eubank ami little son Avltt of Lodiburg are spending a few days with Mrs B J Coomes Mr and Mrs Jim Stiff of Union Star spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter Mrs Carrease Knott Our church has been greatly Impro ved by the ladles putting a new carpet on the floor Edgar Compton and Miss Fannie Ridenour left Sunday nightfor Owens bore This was Miss Fannies first trip to this neighborhood and she made many friends while here The Misses Harned and Miss Clara Macy left for their home at Garfield last week Glad to learn of Miss Pearl ltfts getting thee school at this place Mr and Mrs Jess Knott and son Rhoda visited their daughter Mrs Jake Hardest near Brandenburg last week If the best is not too good for you Lewisport lIt flour IB the flour you ugtittdilae h + 1 Writs+ n For Sate Thoroughbred Pigs pOH SALE Tliruc IliunslilroplRS 2 months thorouKhbredWill TUAgent Wanted U7ANTEDOnogoodagentin reckunldio AddresslllJlIluud For Sale or Exchange TWO threeycBrold mules ono Hamilton oltWillADDISONAddison For Sale =Scholarship 1 HOIVllnKGreen VSOloverport JllllL a CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Everything for Hot Weather Comfort I Severs Drug Co AOA swfa Henderson Route Notes Just Fifteen Dollars 1550 from Cloverport to Old Ioint Comfort and return July 10 Good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight August 3rd Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on sale June 1st to Sept 30 In clusive returning not later than Oct Hlat Homeseekers rates to the West and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays I Henderson County l air Henderson Ky July 2027 2820 K 30 Good to return July HI 1910 280 rounp trip from Cloverport Commencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train No9 will not go to Falls of Rough There will be no connections with this train for Ealls of Rough Ilardinsburg II McDaniels 5 The game at Hardinsburg last Sat urday with McDaniels was a regular old time slugfest in which Hardinsburg clouted the sphere to all parts of the diamond for a total of eleven nice juicy runs NOTICE TO TAX PAVERS I have the 1010 tax book in my office in Cloverport and am ready to receive taxes Drop in and pay R 0 Perkins Deputy Sheriff SUBSCRIBEI UNION STAR Miss Brook Hall returned Sunday from a visit to Lodlburg where she was the guest of her sister Mrs Chas Bashaui Union Star contributed lavishly to the Teachers Institute at Hardinsburg which convenes this week Tho teachers from this place are Misses Nell Cash man Clyde Severs Mine Diddle Hal lie Severs Effie Biddle Roy McCoy Horace McCoy Dugan Severs Rufus McCoy L B Hall Mr and Mrs Roy Leaf of Louisville returned home Sunday after a visit to her mother Mrs Jane Irousch Miss Francis Severs returned home Saturday after a weeks visit to Miss Nina Hardin of Lodiburg She was accompanied by Miss Hardin who re turned home Sunday Dr and Mrs Milner and Miss Vir ginia Helm Milner are in Louisville this week the guests of relatives Misses Eula Hope Cart and Wilda Robertson are attending the Breckin tJII t00III Oi 1 t0 I On- Q Hot Weather Q Goods= = 0- m Keep Cool on the Porch Porch Matts Hammocks o Fancy Handkerchiefs for Porch Pillows Crex Matting Rugs KindsEE1 Jap Wind Bells o 0 10-QlOIJQ C NOLTE BRO ID CLOVERPORT KY t JIII 10JII 10Jill 10 JI Q 20 5 5 10 10 10 10 25 200 FRAMED MIRROR FOR 59c Present this card and we will always cancel the amount of your cash purchase so that when your pur chases amount to 200 wo will on receipt of 59c in ash give you your choice of the Beautiful Framed Mirror on display in our store ISoTThis card must be canceled at time of purchase and is good only at the store named below 25 10 10 10 10 oj 5 25 J T OCONNELL GENERAL MERCHANDISE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY r L L t r i7 LAND LAND LAND IIE best investment on earth Is the r mirth itself and tho best earth to invest In TI youcanBroomcorn Sorghum Mall Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texas you cacti or four crops of Alfalfifiicli your avoraco tlio acre at cutting The bust of wutcr from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones hot winds 1110 Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year To anyone who buys a section of this land UJ40 acres I will guarantee them the named profit tho first y ar and when they have mnde tlio first payment In I will deposit One Tin usiind Dallurs In any hank In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money If at the end of 12 months they cannot soil this suction for tho a bove named profit then the forfeit money Is theirs fsro guarantee on onehalf section and Sao on a quarter section If Interested write me at once J C CRUTCHER ReR Agt Webster Ky J6 1W I R1iOlII IIEstnblishcd I50 years College Preparatory and Academic courses Faculty from the best universities I care and training given younger students SpecialI logue sent on application AddessI IIIimflfilllSfiiW lJDMililJiBlBilJliUS ridge Institute this week Miss Martha Haynes is spending the week the guest of her sister Mrs Jol ly of Hardinsburg Mrs Will Chenault and children re turned Saturday from a visit to Toll City Indiana Cllne Robertson has been employed to teach the school at this place Mrs Shell Meyers and children of Chicago are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Cart near town George E Frymire is spending this week In Hardinsburg with schoolmates and friends If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flow is the Hour you ought to use 0lII DtV 0JlQJIIQ0tL 0Jilli JI ii- OO A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned O Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can find no safer not better 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we want your interest as well as your sub scription 3 Cents per Copy 25 Cents for three months 50 Cents for six months r AU 100 a Year Cash in advance always Read ThiseDear Mr BabbageEnclosed find + I check for subscription another year I have been a reader of The Breckenridge I News all my life and a subscriber since I became a housekeeper Politics cuts no figure I want the straight news Respectfully A H PAYNE July 11 1910 Irvington Ky r II you cant take the News by yourself pitch in a halldollar with your neighbortake it to gether thats better than borrowing it Address all orders to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Kentuckyis 1 ti e v Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since E49 Take I CARDUII The Womans Tonic I Cardul is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and preventslpain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but goodfTry Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells it t = FATE OF FAMOUS SEA FHUUTE Sloop of War Portsmouth to Become a Museum WILL BE SENT TO CALIFORNIA Vessel Used by New Jersey Naval Re serve at Hoboken to Go to San Francisco Around Cape HornGover- ment Has Given the Tonopah to Jer soy Sailors In Her Place Nearly threescore yours and ten of usefulness first as a warship and then as a ship on which fighting men arc trained the sloop of war Portsmouth Is to end her lays In peace She will bo sent to San Francisco where she will be used as a naval museum For fourteen yenta she has been the home of the First naval battullon naval re serve of New Jersey and during all that time she hats been moored to piers at Ilobokon N J For several years the Jersey suitors have been cramped for room on the old wooden sea tighter and the United States government has given to them the monitor Tonopah n morn modern ship The Portsmouth will soon pro ceed to the Pacific going around CapoI HornConspicuous h In the Mexican War The state of California has been very to obtain the old sloop for she one of the most active craft in the war and It was through her as u blockader that California was annexed to the Union On her ar rival in Sun Francisco harbor the Portsmouth will be moored at the foot of one of the principal streets She was built In 1843 In the New Hall p shire city whose name she near Three years later she broke into tame In lone ISO ut the outbreak of tI Mexican WIll when her commander i John H Montgomery tool possess of the harbor of San Francisco In1 which she was the first United Stnt eagirlwarship to enter In August 1840 the Portsmou I took part in the engagement which re salted in the capture of Los Angel on the 13th of the month Later sl 1Cafigured in the fTheI erlargeguns and those of the United States 1 steamer Congress bombarded the city of Ouayauias which was reduced in a few hourssAfter the close of tho trouble wit Mexico Captain Andrew II Footc tvi placed In command of thq PortsmouthI and ordered to China to put an end totaketho attacks of tho Chinese on Antegcan ships At that time the Chloee serreetreated all English speaking countries as encmleYbThe big black shlpt her sides brigftling with guns kept the Chinese quiet for u tine but there were ulclnl outbccaLs in Buunrcftslnaono of whlllII = to WE en- vwoo h DEANDcLDta1erL U VI CUM trihrhr JM Ui if r euuutitoi Mntato Iskscat of Is Is Lginilk We tsrsiY Wttl B4H FCK U HT Wf i WnU he ftbe IW 11 BiN6uihwt8111L Isinae111 lic u = Captain Footo himself led his men In personEarned Title of the Black Devil It was on Nov 151Su0 that Captain Foote was in n cutter crossing the harbor of Canton when one of the Chinese torts opened fire The fact that the American thug was flying made no dif ference to tho orientals and when the lire was taken up by another fort Cup taut Foote found himself in danger of a furious crossfire of grapo and canta ter Returning to the Portsmouth Cap taro Footc took up a position in fro of the forts and opened fire soon silencing I the Chinese guns More th 500 Chinese were killed and the less WitS so salutary that never again were Americans In danger Through this engagement the Portsmouth earned her title of the iliac I Devil Tills was carried until aft rn the civil war During the rebelll sin was rather inactive her princiP l service being at tho blockade of ti Mississippi by Farragut After the civil war having become antiquated by the advent of iroueln utid no further opportunities presentt lIng themselves for flee to distinguish herself she lay at anchor at the not yard until the Jersey naval reset wanted lien and she was turned ov to It for a training ship For sever years she was moored at tho foot of Fourth street Hoboken and later was taken to her lust berth at the foot of Fifteenth street She Is 080 tons FulI ly cqulppeij she carried twentyti- gwts and a crew of 101 The Touopah Is expected to arrive within a ew wools will be moored at the same place ami the Portsmouth will hose to the New York navy yard to be pre I nrcd for her lout voyage Those Pies Of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste so good Whats changed the pies N6 Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach t vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digest tIou is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete tcning up by Electric Bitters of all organs ofrdi gestion Stomach liver kidneys Bow elsTry them Theyll storeo r ho hoodappetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with u health strength and vigor 50 cents at Severs Drug Co TOWNSPEOPLE INTERESTED Concerned In Condition of Roads as Much as Farmers mistsnof supposing that the good roads flu tlon Is one for farmers mainly T people who live In towns declared t bea Illinois state engineer recently In goods road speech at Peoria are con corned in the general condition of the toads us much as the people who live out of the towns on the highways This Is very true While the farmers reap directly the most benefit pleasure und convenience from road roods the condition of the roads nlTocts the towns vitally T average community finds business c xe tremely dull when the rural population is bottled up by mud There are times in the United States In this dawning I twentieth century when conditions obtain that existed in England 500 yenta ago when produce needed in town for food rots a few miles out in the country because the farmer cant howl it- Sleepless Nights Many a nights rest is spoiled by coughingsometimesby sleepKempsany medicine will and will relieve the irritation in the throat For all IempsBalsamSOc a bottle POOReAttends School of Technology to Ac oliquireAlthough Miss KnowledocIgraduate of the Massachusetts In I dthi gree year will not confirm the probabflicsty will devote her time now to I study of conditions obtaining ood supplies of the poorer lutheII cities such as Boston Now and ChicagoIIra I leaningsb1lnssucbisBetts Institute of Technology after ha- lug graduated from Vassar college Ito up the study of the chemistry particularly and to obtain a d of bachelor of science hicldentall Framingdamt exclusive circles but will forego a career rind will devote her t1 and efforts to bettering tho condition the poorer classes who are not able get the training to fight for themselves Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five urinates hoarseness one hour muscle ache two hours sore throat twelve oursDr Thomas Electic Oil mon arch over pain EyeglassesIndeed eyeCanneshistoryextremelyei- y t 1 THE LOUISVILLE TIMESt 1910ouBRIGHTER BETTER EVERcr TIlEac500 n year If you will youIscan get reThe Breckenridge News erAND THE Louisville Times 0BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere beIIns the best corps of cor respondents tCovers the Icntucky field perfectly Covers the general news completelyy Has the best null fullest ewmarkets reports- Democratism politics but fair to everybody Send Your SlbscripI Awaybeto this paper not to Tho Louisville Times p I I IF YOU I I I Dont think it I IPays toI I Advertise IL 11 ask some 1 it doFF I 1II they dont tell L I You IItheir sales are ualmost double oPNow is the youo IIAre Wise This Day fluJoys J BreckenridgeNews 1riokago to4 y l r b I A AIr Irk k lflI 1 I III vi i I 1 1 I II 1 i x I r I i I i diri j1 j IfIf- r IfI1 iII- i fx i fxEE I f 1I Jf cl J T I c I IIt j i II- r I II tiEE r++ C t 1 Y- rppt I 1 I t I rqI rqi li i i 4ti L- w jjfc f 2 tt F a4a44- I fa I r 4t 0 zr I i zr I II III I II II ti ti I I II I itt ri r I II I t = 1 i f JttII n 1 eI ie 9 HIS EDITORIAL POLICY Mark Twain Made a Clean Breast of It to His Readers Mark Twain took tit editorial chnlr ob the Bahrain ExpriMS In AuguiHII ISOD nod this Iis flu paragraph In which liu lunik IIliI readers ncqnaltiud with ills now responsibility 1 i only wish to asstiro parties hav lag n friendly Interest In thei prosperity of tthis Jim nuilI Ithut I am not going to hurt the paper doilhoraiely and Inten tionally at nay time I am nut going to Itittxdiicf any startling reform or in tiny vvav attempt tn make Itrouble IJani simply going to do my plain un pretending duty when I cannott girt out of II I slnill work diligently and honestly nod faithfully at nil times nod I ll b n fill occasions when privation and meant shall compel min to do so In writing 1I shall always confine jnyself tothe truth except when It Is attend vd with Inconvenience I hall with erlngly rebuke till forms of crime and misconduct except when committed by the party Inhabiting my own vest I shall not make any use of slang or Vulgarity upon nay occasion or III any circumstances and shall never use profanity except In discussing house rent and taxes Indeed upon second thought 1 will not even then for it is jinelegantI unChrlstian and degrading roil shall not often meddle with politics because we have n political editor who is rilready excellent and only needs a tern in the penitentiary to be perfect I shall not write any poetry unless 1 J conceive n spite against tho subscrlb era r c v Work 24 Hours Per Day 1Thetf busiest little things ever made ar- eiprKiugsI New life Pills Every pill is ffAJsugarconted globule of health that languorffi1tot curing Constipation Headache chills Dyspepsia and Malaria 25c at Severs r Drag CoV i k Tricks Any Husband Can Learn TO tell yellow from green in match VtinjrVsilk To wash the dishes without breaking more than two To keep Ijf QUlet when hes spoken to To face fethe cook when shes angry To find outtvhat ails the gas range To stand i 1il jjin line an hour for two trading stamps jVTo8ct up his wifes brother in busl f guess To get up winter nights to In vestigate robbers To smile when his old sweethearts pictures are burned up To prefer lialnm at home to billiards at the club To drop his old friends because they are vulgar To give up coffee because it disagrees with his wife Puck Gbldr n Cry i i FOR FLETCHERS l C ASTORIAI Rice In the Orient intIts husk just like horse oats or un thrashed wheat It is called paddy and Is beaten or thrashed for daily use But pure husked rice is too rough and unattractive looking for world mar kefs so It is polished In revolving cylI inders with French chalk to make It pretty pearly and smooth But this robs It of its outer layer and most val uable food qualities Polished rlcotls regarded as poison In Japan and is known to produce the dreadful epldem 4e disease beriberi in Japanese who live too exclusively on a rice diet nn- dLenting little or no meat Exchange i f4 I Most disfiguring skin eruptions scro jvfula pimples rashes antI etc are due Cto impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters youcleareyed Try Our Want Column It Pays r Anyone sending a sketch and description may f nuininclonUonattrlctlr confidential HANDBOOK on Patent sent atonts freeOldestagonoygaforaocurng receive Scientific Hnterican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr eolation of anr clentlBo journal Terms 13 n year j four months L Sold brail newsdealers 361BroadwayNewYorkaraUCb i FARMER JEFFRIES Back la the land To tho nice soft soil That raises no crops Of labs for his tolt Goes Farmer Jeff Where his work vlll be A picture of sweet Simplicity Back to the luniii To tho nature spot Where tho ruin Iuosnt rain Any punches hot Ones Fnrmor Jefif And hell hit tho ground With a tilpwsharo lick That tnaKOfl no sound I Back to time land fl To the growing place Where Johnson cant land On his sun kissed face Goes Farmer Jeff AntI ho loves to look On time fields thut need p a No left hand hook Back to the land To the peaceful ways f That were so unlike Those Reno days Goes Farmer Jeff With a keen delight t In knowing there Isnt A nigger In sight Back to the land To tho good old farm Away from the ringside And Its harm Goes Farmer Jeff And Its safe to swear lIes mighty darn sorry lie didnt stay there W Jr Lampton In Now York World A BANANA TREE The Fruit Grows Small End Up and Is Cut While Unripe Contrary to popular belief bananas do not grow on the teen as they hang in the grocery but with the small end of the fruit pointing upwardto all appearances upside down There Is probably no other fruit of such universal consumption about which so little Is known to the average person as the banana Scarcely one man In a thousand not connected with the business knows what a banana tree looks like The fruit Is never allowed to ripen on the tree but Is cut half or three quarters fullthnt Is half to three quarters developed according to the distance It Is to be shipped and comes to maturity by feeding from the stalk which contains n large amount of sap Bananas cut In this way attain prac tIcnlly time saute size as if allowed to remain on the tree in which case the bunch becomes too much of n burden for Its support and either falls or breaks the tree and ripens on the groundAfter the cutting the plantation Is cleaned which merely consists t severing the standing trunks within n few feet of tIle ground and a new tree comes forth from the remains of its predecessor so that the fruit In all stages of growth Is to be found at the same time and the yield Is continuous NOTICE When sending a news item to this of fice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interest edito- rFREAKS OF A GENIUS The Man Who Smashed Glasses In a London Tavern Ono day a bulky tall pate faced gen tleman with bushy restless eyebrows entered a London tavern The waiter did not ask him for his order but Immediately brought him a plate of bread and cheese and a glass of ale Having consumed his lunch the guest sat up right In his chair for awhile leaning his hands on a heavy walking cane and staring blankly at time opposite wall as If In a dream Of a sudden he gave a start He seized the empty glass and dashed it to the floor with all his might smasblng it to ntonis Ho then reflected for n moment laid a coin on tho tnble got up and left the inn without n word to any dpe After his departure another guest lliad the curiosity to ask the waiter whbth er the gentleman who had just gwio out was not wrong In his head Quoth thewaiterOh sir Thats nothlnk un usual with Jm sir Es broko maybe a hundred glasses since es been ncom in to this ouse E dont seem to know It when e does it E Just gits thinkinand seems to git bangry at somethlnk os thlnkln about Its tho great Lord Macaulay sIrSt James Gazette Dont Forget our Want Column I The Name Cuba Cuba is the mime by which the Is laud was originally known to the Lu cayon Indians who were with Columbus when he discovered it One of its villages or cities was called by them Cubanacan and It is reported that from the similarity of sounds Columbus still supposing himself tq bo on the coast of Asia imagined that this must be n city of Kublal IChau the Tartar sovereign celebrated by Marco Polo The survival of the original name for Cuba Is n remarkable instance of persistence as the Island has been baptized and rebaptled ninny times since Its European discovery Columbus first called it Juann in honor of Prince John the son of Ferdinand and Isabella After Ferdinands lentil it was called In his memory Fenian dina Subsequently this name was changed to Santiago after St James the patron stint of Spain Still later it was unused Ave Maria In honor of the Virgin Mary But none of these names held nnd the Indian name is still preserved Improvement Mottoes The amount of good work that can be accomplished by n split log drag Is astonishing and trust be seen before believedIf cant have a good road it should have the best road pos sable Anything is better that a bad road Time beneficent effects of good roads flow to the city nnd the hamlet as well as to the farmer They walk hand In hand hr community of Interest and surely It Is a picture beautiful to look upon and sound at the core Good roads are Indispensable to our growth and progress and we must not falter or wait to provide for themI Subscribe Right Now Her Sad Fate What u beautiful little girl slie Is Iel and just think shell have to marry a mere American unless her father chirks up and exhibits more nullity as a tlnancler than he hUH ever sViown thus fnrChlcugo UcxOidUer 11111WStingy Fie is n stingy old curmudgeon Isnt beT The worst I ever saw Why hed anggle over the cost of building a mite fence 5xchange Fie who flatters you IU your enemy Cardan KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR I100OLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE But They DO Much They holp to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good helpin fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted ifyou have a Small Business and Want More Business j Try a Breckenridgo News Want Ad The fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof thatone would help you A Write Call or Telephone c t jf convenient to l ayej your ad8 st The News office 1 aphono them to 46 W will tell you v the ctiandyQY can mail stamps or callwhen convenient t C 4ii i rf J II at iI Itr CAREER OF MRS R H SAVAGE Distinguished Authors Widow Who Was Well Known as a Lecturer Mrs Illclmrd floury Savage widow of the celebrated author mud soldier and herself well known as n lecturer and critic who recently died In her home at New York was the daughter of a court chamberlain in Potadnni Germany and an Intimate of many of the present royal heads of Europe She was Josephine Schuble daughter of Charles Schuble one of the kitch en cabinet of the father of the pres ent emperor of Germany When the presort emperor was born Mrs Say age then Miss Schnblc was a mature young woman nUll she delighted in carrying the young prince around in her arms At the time of her death Mrs Savage was sixtyseven years old For the last thirty years she hail been Identified with movements for womans rights Give years ago she added lecturing to her other occupations having already gained note as- a writer She belonged to the Eclectic Sorosls Entertainment and other womens clubs Mrs Savage had hnd a remarkably interesting career At the age of six teen sine was married In Germany to Gustavo Schuble a cousin and several years before the civil war the young couple came to America to look after cotton plantations In which they were Jointly Interested The husband died shortly afterward in this country and the young widow became a great fa vorite in Washington society- In 1873 Mrs Schuble married Rich nrd Henry Savage a young army of fleer who mutter his retirement with the rank of major entered upon n bril Hunt literary career Ho volunteered at the outbreak of the Spanish Amen cnn war and received a commission as colonel He died Oct 11 1000 Mrs Savage then continued her husbands work In the literary field In her life in the capital and the large cities of the United States and Europe Mrs Savage met many of the distinguished persons of leer time All the presidents since Lincoln Prince Bismarck Count Tolstoy Victor Hugo nUll others more or loss distinguished were her friends A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrautons sprains or wounds that demand IHicklcns Arnica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of nil kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25 cents at Severs Drug Co Raising Own Vegetables Any back yard 10 by 50 feet with de cent soil cilia he made to yield enough summer vegetables to supply a family of six Thousands of people living In or near country towns buy nil their veg etables a dry or two old generally wilted tumid stole when they could easi ly raise all they need and have then fresh every day Do not be afraid to thin out the plants It looks like a waste to pull up half the plants when they are growing nicely but It pays Trans planting requires the greatest care to make the work successful Tender plants are easily injured by much handling lack of water or too much hot sun Poultry house manure Is a wonderful thing for the garden but it should not be applied In tthe hill or it will burn the roots of the plants Lima beans do not require a very rich soil and are easily grown Plant more of thorn Taking one year with another onions will prove a most profitable crop They ore in demand In the markets ev rrr month In the year A Package of Medicine Free Every subscriber to this paper who will write to the address below will receive free of expense a package con tanning small boxes of all the follow TelforkidneysLanescolds and grips and Shermans Head ache Remedy Address Orator F Woodward Le Roy N Y WASTE OF BAD ROADS About 250000000 Said to Be Annual Toll of Poor Highways Two hundred tend flay million dol mars are wasted annually on bad roads In this country which Is noted for its business sagacity and thrift and which has been pronounced a great success as a business community Add that waste to losses occasioned by bad roads and the sum leaps to a billion a year It Is estimated that In short each man woman and child in the United States bears a tax of 12DO because of bad roads If this doesnt show that good roads are a national question that bulks as big aa the tariff the navy foreign rela tions commerce anything It it doesnt prqve that the federal government ought to turn to the roads question with as much energy as it expends on anything else then there Is nothing more to be sa- idCASTOR IlAFar Infants and Children Tai Kind You Hers Always Bought l1 ara tim- eSignature Jxof 4 1 L 1iI Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 145 143 141 STATIONS14G 142 144 148 JLJ ir 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=Hartford LineWest Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class list Oluss Ism Glass Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 I STATIONSptssen MixedDullyezSunday1 1 l 1110pmC6bOf7001030f720 s723 n119 511411 Junction s922s2S0731 610 ll54Hm Hardinsburg s017sl10 10f7liO1001f757 954sS8319 700 s236 Dempster s836s1245 043 36f83931fS1842 730 f12 56 Oaks fS 18 f213 923 915SglO 3 30 ARLINGTON S 4G 0 05 BOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of RouglluoNo SecondOlussI I I mrlit I I 25This Tlmo Tuble wentJt 27 olTout Sunday Juno 24 26 J2 Mixed Passenger Passenger 11 1910 ut 1159 p m Passenger Passenger Mixed WednsdyDally Wednsdy 1I1011lay ItnOgrldyandJrldy 125pmlampI Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department 251 f you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address IIf none of these places suit you write usat once telling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm orjbusmessalf you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and let us show you how we bring buyer and sellerltog thor enublingbuyersJno DBabbage 950 07 ucres 3K miles north of Hurd P Insburt near the nrandonburg road Well watered plenty ot timber for Improvements Moublo Log house small stable Good rich laud line for Iljrloy tobacco Terms eILSYiorl further Infnrtna tlon write Jno U Uubbago Cloverport Ky 140 acres 2 miles crowduston 3 3410f S miles from Irvlnllton well watered lays well good younl orchard good timber ou rural route school house tow yard troll house Improvements good four room dwolllnir with kitchen on buck porch two good barns ban und tenent house und cistern I buck In tho field moat and hon house wood shed will sell on easy payments plenty ot smnll fruit Further particulars address Jno D nabhage Oloverport Ky 67 ACRE FARM 5 room cottage hall and porch In Rood ropalr good1stallstock barn two Rood side sheds crib Rood moat house and lion house and a variety of apples peaches and grapes I a Rood well and never fulllnK sprint tor stock water 200 yards Oust of Hardlnsburj In easy distance to the lIlRh School building when erected CO Ifor 1110 acres tour miles west of 4 y Ann Qiondcane 3 miles from branch railroad all frosb land 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres In grass j will produce tho basE corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwellPug housesPlentyI Rood land to clear Prlco 3000 H cash combinedStreetsOloverportwholelengthxchaugo for u dwelling house In Olovorport AyenueWellpoll SALEA farm containing 5O acres and fiTeL5barmntgnutrees also pears quinces and uprlcots moet all kinds ot email fruits Including a nice clearedbalancegroves ot black locust sulllclent for posts to wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekron OC10nllsurroundedbythe place for some young physician to stem gooddruR4ustttomteE18 the reason tor se1llnll for martini particulars address JNO Do BABBAGE Oloyer port KY OUR NEW STORY Begins soon Watch for it- T WILL BE A GENUINE 3Hii Eft 11- M r toC I t l J ua j 1 3 t ylk r 5 4- y 1111IP 17 r1r W if I tl t OrhsNS NNi i W IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT I BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT l Mrs Annie Herndon of Enid OklnI and sister Mrs J M Tydings of Lou isville arrived Friday and are spending the week the guests of Miss Rmily MunfordMrs ho Mercer left for Raymond after a several days visit to her sister Mrs Alltc Claycomb Mas ef Charles Edward Montgomery of Louisville is the guest of his aunt and undo Mr and Mrs C L Cham berlainHaynes Trout has returned from an extensive business trip through Ohio Miss Jessie Chancellor and Miss Beu lah Rice of Tar Fork came Friday for a ten days visit to their cousin Miss Iva RiceDr and Mrs P E Dempster and boys of Glendeane were the week end guests of Mrs Dempsters parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Closing out sale in preparing for fall stock Attractive prices for this reason and special reductions on all goods at Jollys Irvlngton Ky Miss Alberta King is expected home this week from Holt where she has been visiting Mr and Mrs Tony King J1 for sometime Mrs Louis H Jolly will go to Cincin nati to attend the summer course of music at the Conservatory Misses Mary and Annie Crahean left last week for a months visit to reatlves and friends at Horse Branch and Fords villeMr Ed Buckmann who has been the guest of his sister Mrs Jas E King for the past week returned to Louisville Saturday- In the most Interesting and exciting game of ball ever played on the local diamond the Irvington Club defeated the Bewleyville team by the score of 3 to JO on last Saturday The Irving ton club will have another game here Saturday with Oak Ridge Closing out sale in preparing for fall stock Attractive prices for this reason and special reductions on all goods at Jollys Irvington Ky The Missionary Gleaners of the Methodist church held an Interesting meeting on Sunday afternoon A song service preceded the regular exercises The Store participated in by the Mandolin Club Mrs Lewis Jolly assisted with the violin and Miss Julia Lyon was organist The younger social set have organiz ed a tennis club with fifteen members They are very enthusiastic and hope to become experts under the direction o Joe Piggott Miss Eula Neafus has returned from Vine Grove where she visited Miss Maud Pate Adam Cooper was In Hawesville last week visiting relatives Closing out sale In preparing for fall stock Attractive prices for this reason and special reductions on all goods at Jollys Irvington Ky Miss Nell Ditto of Louisville will ar rive this week to be the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Jno Cox J N Norris Son Co Commlsson Merchants of Louisville have reopen ed their branch poultry house on Main street and are ready for business Jno Kennedy of Hodgensvllle has charge of the business Mrs L H Downs will leave this week for Princeton fora visit to her parentsMiss Eva Payne was the week end visitor of relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs Glen Hardaway and children of West Point were visitors of Mr and Mrs Jno Galloway last week Mr and Mrs Jas Smith of Guston were visitors of Mr and Mrs Nevsom Gardner Sunday Closing out sale in preparing for fal stock Attractive prices for this reason and special reductions on all goods at JollysIrvington Ky Mrs R B McGlothlan lleft Monday for Hardinsburg to attend the Institute The Intermediate Department at the Methodist Sunday School elected the following officers for tha next quarter James Owen Cunningham Pres Eliza Piggott Vice Pres Julia Lyons Sec i Bessie Arnold Libiarian The depart ment now numbers fourteen John Walter Jolly was present ever Sabbath last quarter Eliza Piggott and Julia Lyon missed one Sabbath The offering from the class for the quarter was 230 The Rev C L Shepard of Louis ville filled the pulpit at the Baptist or church last Sunday both morntngfani evening The music was especlalj fine on account of the extra edition to the choir of the mandolinclub under the direction of Mrs Louis II Jolly The club Is doing splendid work and we are always glad to have the opportunity hear them perform If the best Is not too good for you LewUport nest lour is the flour you ought to use Closing out sale in preparing for fall thisfreason and special reductions on all goods at Jollys Irvington Ky OVERTAXEDo Hundreds Of Cloverport Readers Know What ft Means The kidneys are overtaxed Have too much to do They tell about it In many aches and pains Backache sldeache headache Early symptoms of kidney ills Urinary troubles diabetes Brights disease follow The statement below shows you a certain cure- William Williams two miles east of Elizabethtown Ky says Doans Kidney Pills are in my opinion an ex cellent remedy for kidney complaint For the past two or three years I was subject to acute attacks of backache and the trouble seemed to be more severe when I stooped lifted or brought any strain upon the muscles of my back I noticed an advertisement in favor of Doans Kidney Pills and seeing that they we highly recommended I de cided to give them a trial They proved very satisfactory quickly re moving the attack I have used them since then and have never been disap pointed with the results It For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburu Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoausandt- ake no other In Memorial Whereas it has pleased Almighty God the Grand Architect of the Uni verse in His infinite wisdom to call our beloved brother Joe A Howard from his labors here to that rest in the Ladies Shoes 00leather 60er1 1 lot Low Cuts was 175 i S11 15and 150 now i CosttoLadies French Low Cuts inr Patent leather was 3 00 now 8225 These are Real Bargains Mens Shoes Big reduction in Low Shoes at Alex anders to clean up broken lots Mens Patroit Low Cuts in Gun Metal 300nowMens Pilgrim Low Cuts Patent leath Fits Your Machine and Lasts Forever Never Breaks Never Wears Out Purer Clearer More Brilliant Tone Buy Columbia Indestructible Records because they are really indestructibleand you will keep on buying them because of their incomparably full clear tone They fit your machine Cost 35 cents Get a catalog- A splendid repertoire to choose fromand we are adding to it right along fl fl SOLD8Vfl r world beyond from whose border no traveler returns Resolved that his family has lost a kind and loving husband and father our lodgeI one of its best members He was a true and faithful brother among us and held inviolate the principles otI Masonry which he earnestly tried toI live Born Nov 28 1872 died June 28 1010 ResolvedThnt we extend to his fami ly our deepest sympathy in this their hour of grief and that these express ions of our feelings be recorded in the minutes of this lodge that a copy be transmitted to the bereaved family and a copy sent the Breckenridge News and Masonic Home Journal for publi cation- E A Moore W C Moorman A E Smith Glendeane Lodge No 717 F A M Glendeane Ky These Prices Good Until Aug 1st AT ALEXANDERSIrvington 01- Quality 75ors Z75wasMen a Pluck Low Cuts in Patent leath 50wasMens Nutcracker and Tan Patent washenGun Metal 21 0 Mens and Boys Clothing Big reduction in Clothing at Alex anders to clean up broken lots A B Kirsch a m allwool suits at greatly reduced prices 145at15 of units S11250 Mens 1250 suits 1000 Mens 1000 suitsi at L- Mens 8798 750 suits h 598 Little Talk To Our Friends And Correspondents The good old summer time is here and everybody no matter how old or young gets out and runs around visit ing a little so we want our friends to write us about all these visits you take all the visitors you have Write us about the family reunions birthday celebrations and such I1keiWe want to know so we can tell your friends about them If you know of friends who do not take the News please send us their names so we can write to them for their subscriptions You can do this much for your own home paper so get busy today and let us hear from you Sincerely The Editor Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office 25crbocker350 suits at 215 300 Suits 8225 2 SZ00at1llot suits size 33 343536 37 worth 5 to 7 go at 3 50 1 98worth1 Mens Odd Pants 4 300at360 pants go s at 275 ZtatZOoat4f 2 50at1 1 39worthC Bowmars Summer Tours Write to Bowmars Tours Versailles Ky for folders giving details and cost of Bowmars ideal personally conduct ed tours to Niagara Falls Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland with finc lake steamer trips Tuesday Aug 2jj And to Atlantic City New York Philadelphia and Washington Thursday Aug 11th HighClass accommodations Select parties Entertain Monday Misses Eva and Eliza May entertain ed Monday evening In honor of their visitors Miss Kate May Miss Eva May and Mr Frank May of Cannel- tonSubscribe r I I jD i i r f i r 3 rPvY t The Mj Storej 01 Quality r EDFALEXANDERI VINGTON KYr L y 1 it I tJ 7 i