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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j JJ i j e 1 i THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS e iJ I a- l ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 r tJ r t VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 8 Pales NO 2 M 1 iC I i JONN REYNOLDS d t WRECKj jA On Ileuderson Route Sunday NightI 1 1 Near ilawcSIIle Several 0 t tt t Passengers Badly Cut 1 t dT And Bruised i M LAND SLIDE AT IiAWESVILL- r E yi F O Hawesville Ky July 18West bound h passenger train No 145 on the Hen er f t J eon Route struck a landslide one and one half miles east of here at 1230 oclock Sunday night and the engine went over a fifty foot embankment followed by the baggage car and smoker all of which wore overturned The day coach and two sleepers were derailed but remained in an upright position iJohnRoynolds of Louisville fire- manrof the illfated train was crushed to death under the baggage car after he had jumped from the engine His body was recovered and taken to Louisville 1 f todayWyatt Bush of Louisville the engineer escaped unhurt L Five colored passengers from th- Y1 place and Lewisport were badly cut r and bruised about the bodies aud quiet a number of other passengers were Shaken up by the impacthI The landslide sharp curve while the train which was late was running at high speed To of earth loosened up by the frequent rains had fallen from a bluff overlook r ing the track I The track was torn up for a distance of 400 feet and traffic will be delayed until late this afternoon Working extra to accomadate a friend cost John Mason Reynolds thirty Years of age a fireman for the Louis 11vllle Henderson St Louis RailroadI Company his life He was killed in i I the wreck Sunday night two miles east of Hawesville Had he not agreed to make the run for a brotherfireman he would have been safe at home with his family at 1108 West Broadway Louisville as it was not his regul runIllluck seemed to haunt the railroadI career of the young fireman Four years ago he was severely called andI narrowly escaped death in a wreck on the Illinois Central railroad Reynolds was a native of LouisvilleI and had been railroading for nine years Four years ago he was married toI s Miss MarySippel of Cloverport The have one child Edith two years of age Besides his widow and baby he is survived by two brothers George L Rev folds of Trinidad Col and Robert A Reynolds of Louisville and a sister Mrs Laura Butler He was a mem ber of the brotherhood of Locomotive ItWestII j I I =Summer Mountains Estill Springs Ky July 18 Special UDo yo t know drawled a Malaria Aridden and tired Floridian I think J j this spot should be renamed Peaceful Valley A full chorus of affirmatives in all the gamuts of which the human y voice is capable ascended on the cool nightair In the ballroom the sweet strains of a waltz floated out to the porch inhobl tauts and the stars seemed nearer earth than elsewhere the air throbbing with the hum distant and low with the frogs in a distant pond the fragrance bf the honeysuckle that grows In riot dui profusion over the porches mingled with tire woodsy smell beat in on the consciousness and made one drunk ti i Thereiis neatpoet herethere always is a poet at these watering places and we all r smiled for we knew it was coming i- liA volley all alive with happy sound I The song of birds swift brooks r delicious flow j waytThevoines at their play t And shining banks of flowers that words refuse to point For the past week while old diegrun- ttedJupterPluvious tried to wipe this Grand Old Commonwealth the map it was reserved for Estillites alone to itcalmly back on the of wjde porches 8hd watch the delugeI undis yed We feel since at Jast pie skies IfII I cleared snd we may enjoy tie kai fuli gwmidsy that we haveJsighted In Memory of Mrs Taut Another home was made desolate another d hearts made sad when on last Tuesday morning July 12th at 1 a m Mrs Sarah Taul was called to he final reward Her illness was of long duration and the end was expected for several days She was 5V years 3 months and 11 days old She was born and reared iinI this county and united with the Baptist church when about 15 years old and lived a devoted Christian life ever since She was united in marriage with W B Taul February 11th 1872 She is survived by her husband W B Taul and seven children all of whom III were ut her bedside when the end came but one James They are Mrs Her tbert Tlnlus Will and George Taul of this county Lonnie and Odis o f IEvansville Ind Jessie Taul of De catur Ill and James Taul of Oakland Cat Mrs Taul left an abundantItr I wealth of love and affection family and as these children go down the way life the ever loving thoughts of mother will bring visions for thei happiness and highest good nor can they in any other way give better ex pression to their love for her than b following her example of a Christian lief sHer funeral was preached by Bro George Jones at Tauls grave yard where the remains were laid to rest A Friend hHow To interest The Virginia VotersnFrom the Appomattox Times Virginian V7e are never again to have an old1 time political barbecue in Virginia f The whole ox roasted sheep and shote 1 barbecued the squirrels made into stew Watermelons galore peaches in baskets lemonade spiked with lemons of course and the mass seasonedI with oratory would make an ideal daylI And then the voters might begin to take more interest in matters public Charming Boat Party dearY night en the launch Mary itine The guestawere Misses Stella anti Cleouu Weatherholt Edith and Eva Plank Jenulo Mabel Harris Claudie and Car tie Pate Rae and Martha Willis Roy Heyser Dr Boone Mr Brabamlt iafe Beheu Chas Fallen I For Miss Harris Miss Jennie Harris of Louisville was the guest of honor at an informal reception given by Misses Eva mid Edith Plank Fridayevening Have Newsom Scales Conra4 Payne will tyke charge of Newsom stock scales arid will leas I c in the I Ella Hutchison BY Ellwanger I lau t after a weeks peaceful voyage o j some mammoth ship pretending the 1 verandas were the decks The most enthusiastic guests here ore these same Floridians who by the way are the same millionaire celery growers of Saudfoid Florida who had the big writeup iin week before lasts Saturday Evening Post They are Mruud Mrs Pace Mr and Mrs Herndon Mrs Dickius and Mr Ned Lane The exceeding gloryI of the emerald hills the picturesqu- sourroundings are a neverfailing source of happiness to these people whose own country lies flat as far as the eye can reach We are in fact in a miniature Swiss hamletwith the mountain streams swollen and rushing past the very edg bofLike all old famous places there areII a number of legends attached to Estill = Springs Oue iis that at the grave of anII Indian if one will repeat a certain coupe let this Indian is said tobe buried 1lIveb and asks this question the answer will be given Indian Indian buried alive Tell me will I fail or thrive Last Sundat a certain man and his company sneaked out and after a few preliminary passes not according at all itd to the legend repeated the lines balding yYonllcanie Rjranckous and tytaly uusynipa tbetli coke from behind a iani pairR b 1 n + PROGRAMME Hudsonville District SundayschoolI Frirday July 29 1910 At Custer Song Stepping in the Light Devotional Rev J W Hoskinson Welcome Address Dr J W Meador Response Jesse Whitworth Necessity and benefits ofSundaySchool Convention Addresses Ralph T Hos kinson Rev T C Gebaucr and Rev IIDr Mather day Indications of the Sunday School its need and how snotSan Dowell Report of schools and appointment of commltees NOON Song and proper service How combine social and religious life in the SundaySchool to the best effect GregoryrHow to hold the boy In SundaySchool l T B Henderson SundayvSchoolJesse Whitworth Address Rev T CGebauer The SundaySchool a character devel oper Dr S P Parks The SundaySchool as an essential aid to Christianity Addresses J W Harrington Rev J E King and Rev Dr Mather 730 p m Illustrated Sermon on the Mount Rev T C Gebauer Tobacco Exhibits at County Fair Our Pair management is placing greater emphasis this year on agri cultural exhibits than heretofore andi our farmers ought to assist in this Particularly ought we to bring up a nice creditable show ot tobacco Year before last this county took first and second premiums at the State Fair for both types of Red Tobacco Pryor and One Sucker The Bank of Hardlnsburg Trust Company is this year offering at ou r county fair an additional special pre mium of 10 each for Pryor and Bur ley of the 1010 crop The Fair is a little early this year to get the tobacco thoroughly cured but the curing cahbe very materially assisted by deadening the plant a short time before iit is cut This county this year ought to make an exhibit that will not only be a credit to it but beat any count in the state and be of very material value from a money consideration We are a tobacco county and ought to show the outside world what we can do Struck By Lightning The home of Robert Dukes at Dukes Was struck uy lightning Saturday mor waes torn in the roof about the size of an ordinary barrel top and the stovepipe was twisted like a rope His son wa standing almost against the stove an as a result suffered a severe shaking up but otherwise was not injured Visiting In Leitchfield Miss Louise Moorman of Glen deane younulady I knew her mother Miss Deli Hardaway a perfectly lovely girl f Breckenridge county and when Acv Moorman and Delia Hardaway made one it was a firstclass alliance Mrs Grinnell Leitchfield Gazette Will Spend The Summer Mrs Mary Keonan and children Miss Messrs Walter and Williard IeMrs Owen Seaton Nice Improvement haebeautifully improved by the addit of a front porch you pass the plate for us much ch ck as you did today for dinner to he talked to au Indignant pnk gingham hock and n blue couttd while l trousered thing Some people will never learn when and where to talk and vice verso The other legend I shall never never try to verify It Is said there is a snake hundreds of yenta old whose longevity due to lib drinking the strong sul phur water Each night when grave arda yawn his snake ship crawls clown drinks lira fill Irvine Ila a dry town you know but it is a perfectly good snake story 4 + Base Ball Dope TobinsportIwas the most interesting of the season and resulted in 7 to 11n favor of Haid insburg This was the last entertaining featuro of the Brockinridge county Teachers Institute which closed at noon 000Tobinsport beat Hardinsburg Thurs day in a pretty game that created fiery excitement Likes Home Best Claude Grant and family arrived last week from California for a visit to re 1 latives and friends Mr Grant is mak- Ing i good in the land of sunshine and Iflowers but the longing to be with dear ones among the old Kentucky hills predominates the love of money getting and they visit their old home every three years Cuts ills Face W N HoadOItle man of the Hen derson Route in crossing the track at Sample fell against a bunch of ties and cut his face severely He came to Cloverport to have the wound dressed Card Of Thankse I wish to express through the column of your paper our sincere andsheart felt thanks for many acts of kind nes and devotion extended to us by ou neighbors and friends during the illness and death of dear wife and mother W B Taul and children Card of Thanks We thank all our friends for the kindness shown us in the illness and death of our sister Mrs Jennie Brooks at Stephensport Mrs Sallie Bennett and son Richard BennettY HAPPY RESULTS iHave Made Many Cloverport Readers Enthusiastic No wonder scores of Cloverport cit fiYi to make anybody hnppy to find relief after years of suffering Public statements like the following are but truthful representations of the daily work KidneyPillsGeorge F Megerle River St Clo verport Ky sastoFor three month I was unable to do any work on accoun of my kidneys being disordered Th o passages of the kidney secretions were painful and my feet became so badly swollen that I mysthde my which extended rat mv head and although I tried a number of remedies I was unable to find relief Finally Doans Kidney Pills cams t my attention and I procured a supply I used them according to directions andj frogm kidney trouble I attribute my robust curativfe PillseFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents j IosterMilburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeaber the name Doatis and take no other A Cherry Picker In Beartown From the Philadelphia Record Mrs Mary Fassnacht of lyltitz age 73 years and a grandmother did a remarkable thing while visiting a dau ghter at Beartown last week With a basket In hand Grandmother Fassnacht atsof a ladder picking the fruit from th topmost branches When the bucket was filled she lowered Jt to the ground with a rope to be emptied and she con tinucd picking until the tree was al most cleaned of cherries Mrs Fass natal did it with case and enjoyed do Ing it too PNARDINSE3URG Mrs Will Thomas and children o Leitchfield and Mrs Mary Heston are visiting Mrs Jesse Payne at Irvfngton Frank Haswell of Arcola Ill is visit Ing his mother and father Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Little Weston Massy tell last Mqn Y 1 r 0 TEACHERS INSTITUTE HAS GREAT MEETING At Hardinsburg Last WeekSend Telegram To Prof a Joel H Pile Who has Done ouch Work For Breckenridge County People DR CORSON OF OHIO AGAIN PRESENT The Teachers Institute met at Hard 1 I nsburp last week and had one of the most instructive meetings iin its history Dr C T Corson of Columbus Ohio who was the chief instructor at last years Institute again occupied siml lar position and Dr lather and Prof Wm II Martin the President of the New College which is to open up in September at Irvington lent able as sistance Tho proceedings were varied at inter vals by fine selections of music from Mrs T II Withers several of the pupils of her Conservatory Mrs B Read Misses Hannah Beard Nancye and Della Kincheloe and others and altogether a very interesting pro was for pCountycell is to be heartily congratulated On Wednesday night a special session of the Institute was held in the South mn Methodist church when Dr Mather preached the Institute sermon to a very large congregation The Doctor who was at his best took by request as his subject Conduct as the of Creed I wrfor an hour and ten minutes held his auditors spellbound At the conclusion of the sermon Dr Corson announced to the audience that he has been commissioned by those in authority toIIprefer certain charges + against Dr Mather and turning to that gentleman saidlAnd you sir cannot deny them lDr Corson then went on to say that it had come to the knowledge of some of them that Dr and Sirs Mathjer would on the morrow celebrate their twentyfifth wedding anniversary and added and you cant deny it Dr Mather reo plied 101am sure that I can It is not our twentyfifth it is our nineteenthj anniversary Dr Corson then proceeded to charge Dr Mather with being a iman of boundless industry outspoke- ruthfulnesst and unmistakeable unsel shness and backed up his charges by saying that there were a great number of persons present who were ready to testify to the attorney of the charges He then proceeded to state that he had been requested to voice the sentiments of the Teachers of the Institute and many other friends of Education iin Breckenridge county in expression of ofoests of the people saying that no minis ter had done more to advance these interests and none had succeeded iin day afternnoon and cut his nose 0Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard and Mr BF Beard have gone to lake Vinonna weeksoMr and Mrs P M Beard and fam ily leave for Union Star for a visit this week Mrs Paul Compton and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Macey ot Garfield Mrs JoeljPilo left Monday for a visit to Rev D W Scott and wife of Eliza bethtown Miss Maud Smith began her school at Oakland Monday Mrs Morris Beard and children and Miss Louise Aud are visiting in Clover port Miss Hannah and Judith Beard are visiting at Livermore this week Mrs J W Moss of St Louis is visiting Dr and Mrs Mather Mrs Arthur Walker organized a little sewing circle for the little girls heer beautiful home on 4th street There were seventeen little girls present and the name agreed upon for the little club was The Jennie Wren Club to meet every two weeks with some member Mrs Walker was as 1slstcdMrs G D Shellinan Misses Clara Es kridge Ruth Kincheloe and Mrs Joel ile Delightful refreshments wore served and many happy tames indul enfAVarty of young ladies andgelltlett men of the Baptist church took supper t down to the lake Friday night Those who went wereMIses HallicBrqxn 1 Isabel1Teddr14k1Carx1Wajls Maui l J Smith anti EIJaqulri f getting such a hold upon the best citi zenship of the county In concluding a most felicitous speech Dr Corson asked Dr Mathers acceptance of a magnificent gold watch as a token of the appreciation of the people and a re minder that he was held in the highest esteem by them The watch which is a beautiful specimen of the jewelers art contains the following inscription Presented- to the Rev Arthur Mather D D by the Teachers Institute and other friends of Education in Breckenridge County Kentucky July 14 1010 Dr Mather replied in suitable terms but evidently under much emotion and thanked those who had seen fit to pre are such a surprise for him He told audience that his work was not done in the expectancy of material reward 1 but that he felt it a high duty ever to do all in his power to advance the common interests of his fellowmen He assured them of his appreciation of their kindness and hoped that it might be Jin his power to still render help in any publicIany whose midst he might be fortunate enough to labor On Thursday night at the COurt- House Dr Corson gave a brilliant lecture on Peoples and Schools in other Lands based upon his exper fencesi in an eight months tour through 1Europe The choir of the Methodist 1 Episcopalchurch assisted by their male quartette rendered excellent musical accompaniament and an enjoyable j evening was spent by a large audience The enrollment of Teachers reached over the hundred mark and the attendance throughout was excellent in spite of the very hot weather Last Wednesday the teachers of the Institute sent Prof Joel H Pile who is doingnspecial work the following telegram Joel H Pile New York University N Y Heights wedding ceremonies performed and rumors of weddings fill the air and ladies are eating wedding cake and dreaming of future events In midst of all excitement you are sadly missed and affectionately remembered We send our best wishes Breckenridge County Institute IIThis was done in recognition of Prof Piles former services as county Superintendent who has done more for the schools of the county tthan any other man who has filled the place Messrs Amos Board Mlllard Da Haven Moorman Ditto Henry Chart tills and Paul Basham If the best is not itoo good for you youIought to use Sold by J H Gardner VICTORIA Thomas Glass of Floral passed through here Saturday enroute to Ilnrdlnsburg Wm McGovern and son James went to Hardinsburg Sunday where the 1 latter will attend the Teachers Institute Thos Glass will begin teaching at 1Hickory Lick next Monday Mr and Mrs Wm McGovern and IMrs Harriett Muffctt were in Clover port Saturday School will open here the first Mona day in August Prof J W Sanders as teacherMisses Emma and Lena Rice of Pis gab were the guests of Miss Katharine and Lucy McGovern Saturday Rev Etnington held services at f Keenan Chapel Sunday- If best is youLewisportyought to use M 0 An Awful Record Every year thousands of men and d lgbtl1ave1 been discovered lu time and a prompt treatment with Kiduets adopted It you have bnckrtclle kidney trouble or other symptoms of kidney disease btkDraggfatit G q I cJh0 afI 1 t IL J I tII I I lr 1 111 Electric BittersSucc- eedI When everything else fails In nervous prostration and Iii weaknesses they arc the femaleI remedy as thousands have testified ti FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND L it STOMACH TROUBLE r it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter 1 t JIt BOONEI ttPermanentti DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p mIClovcrport Ky A h A Pictureof f fFather and Mother How it would delight your children how it vouldjpleaso your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky E9 Iverylst and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday wI11i1S1 7111i1itk1R11t1t 1Ai111it1i111111A11 O S FOR SALE i M r M wxA nuruberof Farms dif foront Sizes and Prices r I The Bank of Hardinsburg t1 A i X Trust Co i Qtrrrrr r rrrrrrKrrrarrrrr t + t i NEWrr LiveyStabIe- r fl Stephensport Ky r m New Rigs Y t New Horses j StableIiIi m mNewOpen for the Public Nearm1 11- ff the DepotfI II- ff J JIf you I have any riding ortor wantim k h furnish yourr raWewillYour patronage will w or M be appreciated ft1 X A Iy SMITH HANKS Ihs l v OSSsZProprletors M Ji fi+ tf Stephensport Ky 0 jont I J I + 7 l Send Us Your Name the luWEmaking proposition and want to tell you about to it Write today for particulars to AddressI 4 In NEW IDEA PUBLISHING COthri C30 Uroadway NEW YORK N YotCar men 000 lost Anyone sending aketeh and d iCit li70nmRJn CJulCkl1IUcortaill our opinion troo whether nn Jr 1atotIenetlonntrlctlI I ll1lon18 ont free tjruti alloncJ tbronh bluninhtaoiucolrech ipecialnotUc without CUHW to tho inScieletiJdlrIlest sir t DyculetlmctOlirmonlbJt 80111bJili nedcaloJ1lDt J NeWXorkSrioh omZe7akb V teehtugtonDt PENNA STRIKE MAY RIVAL 1894 IIff Compromise Falls 25000 ml Start Walkout TONNAGE HAUL DECREASES Railroad Refuses to Give Eleven Hour Wage For Ten Hour DayTen Mil lion Dollar Trouble at Pullman Re called by Prospects of Trouble on Big Trunk Line H +tLUtt1 II IIIIIIIIIII + THREATENED RAILROAD STRIKE AT A GLANCE States traversed by Pennsylvania lines New York New Jersey Penn MtchlganIllinois Mllcago of Pennsylvania company 610954 Capitalization JS93G168943S Number of men In 25000Conductors 17174Conductorsstrike 2966 1Conductors voting no 694 Trainmen vorlngstrlke 16083 Trainmen voting no 1091 paytoraro now getting for an eleven hour day tho equivalent being an Increase of from G to 20 per cent A R U STRIKE OF 1S94 Men Involved 100000 Loss to railroads 7600000 Strikers wage loss 2000000 HM t MMHMIHHI I +1 itThe threatened strike on the Penn sylvania Railroad companys lines It it Is called Is likely to prove the mo serious similar trouble since the lican Railway union strike of 1894 hich had Chicago for Its center The employees on the lines both cast and west of PHtsburg hUe voted for a strike by overwhelming majorities and the preliminary conferences with General Manager W Heywnrd Myers of the railroad system brought the a nouncement that the company cool consider no concessions Involving In creased expenses President A B Gnrretson of the Ori der of Railway Conductors Insists he is committed absolutely to the cents n flea that no settlement can be Id upon condition that the rail hourr Tonnage Loss Claimed A heavy loss lilt freight tonnage Is claimed by the Pennsylvania company the general manager Insisting that iit has 23000 freight cars told 250 loco motives lIdle on this account Arthur limnI chairman of the com mlttee on relations between rullroa of the American Itnilwny association whose figures are accepted as author- Ity by the traction managers of th recently complied a state eat showing that on June 30 lustt were 125GH surplus or lIdle cars owned by 158 railroads throughout the United States This tal Is divided Into 09011 ordinary box cars 28702 coal gondola and hopper ears 3237 flat cars and 34034 of other kinds In a group Including twentythree ilroads In New York New Jersey elaware Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania doing business directly Indirectly with New York city the same figures show a total of 33103 Idle carslcoal gondola and hopper cars 8Kii4l flat ears 291 and all other 1213- Deducting for 25000 ears the number ottllthat system thIs leaves only 8103 has Idle cars owned by twontjtwo railroads be In the five states mentioned Shoemakers Won First StrikeorIt Is Interesting to recall in connec flea with the threatened strike that der shoemakers were the first strikers on his country of whom there is say ders cord Three hundred of them struck higher wages In 1700 lu Philadel phia find their demands were acceded The first railroad strike according Harpers Encyclopedia of United States History occurred in 1877 ButT perbapsis country It began with the strike 1000 employees of the Punmane company for higher wages These were connected with various railroads centering at Chicago and 100 E men were affected The rallron 700000 in property during sII trouble and In earnings 5000000 strikers lost 2000000 in wages and i after this immense sacrifice on all sides1 tho strike was a tl1rII Work 24 Hours Day honest Httls tiling ever nut le are Kings New life Pills livery pill is stiRircoated globule of health that- anges R weakness into strength languor to energy brain lug into mental power R Constipation Headache chillsII spepsia and Malaria a5c at Se Co er8II Grogas served proDII rtnuaE M The King of All I Cylinder Machines The new DIET Columbia Graphophone is the one machine of its kind It embodies the very points which have made the great success of the Disc Graphophones Compact convenient shapely and simple it is an entirely new departure in talking machine design Plays both 2minute and 4minute recbrds stjthas the famous Columbia Tone Arm and a big rflower horn No rubber tube no horn crane no horn standand the horn swings in any direction Columbia Graphophone Type uBHTu on Easy Terms IndestructiblendRecords your own selecUon37IOon wl easy weekly terms easyII Other outfits 20 and 200 and aU the way between SOLD BY M HAMMAN SON IdCLOVERPDRTKY I A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may coons cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Ducklens Arnica Salveearths greatest sealer Quick Forsburns I oils sores of sal kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or 26ecults at Ssveis Drug Co Abutting Property to Help Roads An ordlnnnio for resurfacing 01 streets and alkys of Covlngton Ky oue halt the lost to be borne by abut ting property owners and the other halt at the cost of tin city at large gas terra passed by tIll council Here ofore the city has borne the entire ost of resurfacing work If you haven t the time to exercise regularly Doiuis Kegulets will prevent oiHtipiuion They induce n mild easy liealtMul action tf the bowels without griping Ask your druggist them 25 cents Telltalel Envelope Luther W Clmrlton of Washington invented an envelope that cannot opened without detection A spoon shaped tongue Is cut in the flap of the lllnrJ envelope to which It remain attached by n slender stem The un flap of the envelope has two toldIthe Inside under which the shoul of the spoon stooped ton up rest when the envelope Is closed and sea lyd CASTORIAII I Fur Infants and Children Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the j of SNOW NEW BIRTHMARK CURE London Surgeons Use Carbonic Acid Gas at 103 Below Zero A novel cure for lupus stud birthmarks Is being used at a London horf pllnl tilt curative iigent being car home acid pas In Iii form of n snow 100 degrees below zero The snow IIs gathered on n piece of green baize from n cylinder of gas liquefied under pressure It IIs then scraped ofT and placed In n small hard rubber cylinder where It IIs pressed down until it forms a hard Icy but tonThis button Is applied to the dlsflg urcmont for thirty seconds n day Iran lag ouch day n perfectly white patch of frozen tissue The Intonso cold freezes the part for a second or two and severe local Inflammation follows lending to a breaking down and nb sorptIon of the abnormal tissues This heals in the natural way leav lag the skin surface practically nor mill jjfulajj jjtojj J iis a cleansing blood tonic Makes you clenr eyed clearbrained clearskinned t tH i Sermons at All Prices j Brethren sold the visiting preach j mIer Is got It eight dollai sarinon an ls got n six dollar Harmon an IH got m l a flue dollar one mi a throe dollar one I an den IMI got ono I kin lot you have fur tea one dollar Now I want you fur to tako up the kerlectlon right now on well see which one uv deso sarmons you wonts Exchange NOTICE Please do not ask u to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage 11IIIi1 1 SJJ III I Acnde1reilogue sent on application AddressIIDA M TAYLOR Principal PRINCETON KENTUCKY ntv THE HUSH SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky n DR EVELYN BUSHSOSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE The Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences for the treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods t Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage 1 tiI ATLER T WINJFU1VI DirectorL- ate of Battle Creek Sanatorium 1 Correspondence t SolicitedJ I d RURAL TELiPHONES trt t- ff 1 1Mr Farmer are you interested1 If so call on the 2 manager of tho Cumberland Telephone TelegraphCCompany and have him explain the special Far i mers Lino rate c CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY tlvInoorporatedC r r rayi3 33 r3 i ir3 T3 Save 75SFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPSFfor only 25 The regular price is zoo Those who bring or mail D this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us l where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low lJ25 Books and stationery are included No time limit Ifnot readylnow buy one for future use J tD an 1c1o NIPRINOIPALr Bi Won r uuua Ot BUSINESS COLLEGEjcUOOPOTnaSecond and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY b StCo o THE Fifth Avenue- II HOTEL Kym na a tit of The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in tho city r I making a OOrutethOnly ono prlncj pal sbopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door wall fI parts of the city- Everything neat and clean tp 0un t I Anything to Sell or Trade 1 I IIf have and will let us Iadvertise it for r you you r r I willsure find a buyer or t a trader for it right away i News Want Ads Bring Results 1f HJTI t LIilJlliU r tl s 1 forytkMews55are tM i5 F J I 0 JRKlOKT OK THE CONDITION OF TilE = BANK OF GLENDEANE DOing business at tho town of Glen dcanc County of Dreckinridge State of Kentucky at the close i dayjI J- f nESOURCES Loans and Discounts with One or morc- endorsers o or surities 27220 50 Real Estate Mortgages 3095 77 Call Loans on Collateral 0 00 Time Loans on Collateral 1727t5 U S Bonds 000 Other Stooks Bonds Etc 0 00 33013 81 Duo from Nat lonal Banks 1010 i2 Due from State Banks and Bankers 3000 00 Due from Trust- Companies 000 7010 32 United States and National 2i37500Specie andJlit cash Items 187 05 Exchange for Clearing House 0 00 3600 21 Overdrafts se cured 0 00 Overdrafts un 47TaxesTaxesCurrent CurrentExpenses1 1982 40 5 Real Estate- BankingHouse 2700 00 Other Real Es tate 0 00 Furniture and 35Otherriot included under any of above heads 0 00 i 0 Total IS 1731 62 I LIABILITIES Capital Stock patdinincash 15000 00 ls00 00 Surplus Funds 850 00 Undivided Pro fits 1350 29 payTaxes 0 CoO 2200 20 Deposits sub ject to check on which in terest is not paid 18081 08 Deposits sub ject to check on which in terest Is paid 0 00 Demand Certif- Icate of De posits on which interest is paid 0 00 JTime Certifu gates of Dcf posits t which interest 1639585Savmcs Its on which interest is paid 0 00 Certified checks 0 00 31477 53 Due National Banks 0 00 Duo State Banks and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Com panics 0 00 Cashiers checks- outstanding 53 SO Notes and Bills- redlscounted 0 00 Bills Payable 0 00 53 80 i Taxes Due and v unpaid 0 00 Unpaid divi dends 0 00 Other Liabil Intc any of the above heads 000 0 00 v V Total 517B1 62 State of 1 SctCountyIS C Snyder Cashier of the above nanjed Bank do solemnly swear that iithe above statement is true to the best f of my knowledge and beli- efoS C Snyder Cashier r Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July 1910 My commission expires Feb 24 1014 i W 0 Moorman Notary Public b TD C Moorman I Correct Attests Morris Wilson I A E Smith 1 1Cyna Directors nicahadYou book very II interesting Miss Mnldstone j iYes It Is one of the most charming atones I have ever rend and so true t to life Every man in it is a villaini I NATIONS TO HAilI CENTURYS PEACE I World to Celebrate With Amer ica Britain and Canada IS GHENT TREATY CENTENNIAL I Andrew Carnegie Heads Committee to Arrange Demonstration In 1914 and Erection of Memorial Bridge Across Niagara River Taft and Sherman Interested In PlansI1rcparatlous for a Celebration in 1014 of the centennial of the treaty of Ghent marking 100 years of pence be tween this country and Great Britain will be begun at once It Is proposed to commemorate the event by a joint celebration in which all the nations will be Invited to participate The plan first was discussed during the administration of President Roose velt and ut the Harvard commence ment n year ago the non W L King minister of labor of Canada urged that a memorial be erected upon the fron tier at Niagara j Carnegie Heads Committee- As n result the matter was discussed at the Mohonk pence conference and at a meeting In Tune n temporary com mittee on organization which later was made permanent chose Andrew Carnegie chairman William II Short secretary and John A Stewart chair man of the executive committee of one hundredThe will be composed of 250 or more men and women from every state territory and dependency of the Union The executive committee will be composed of 100 with n sub executive committee of twentyfive State governors are being asked to join the committee as vice presidents and un advisory committee of Itwentyfive Important citizens will be chosen Taft Is Interested President Taft has evinced Interest in the work niul a delegation has nr ranged to visit Beverly to confer with him und to otTer him the position of honorary president of the national committee Vice President Sherman will bo naked to serve as honorary vice prosit on tTlie l1rst meeting of Ithe general com mlttee will take place late In the fall and In tho moantlmo n special commit IllonIIn England and In Canada No plan of celebration has boon de elded upon but It has been suggested that the program Include the erection of n monument preferably n bridge aver the Nlmrnn river carrying out the Idea of Minister fiing- Napoleons i Grit was of the unc mquiable never aydie kind the kind that you need most when you have u bad cold cough or lung dis ease Suppose Inches cough syrups cod liver ol or doctors have all failed dont loss heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discuvtrv Satisfaction is guaranteed wheu used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless lung sufferers It miHters stub born colds obstinate coughs hem mar hages Ltgrippe croup aMhnm hay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy fur all bronchial affections f0c 100 Trill bottle free at Severs Drug Co PRINCETONIANS GOOD TUTORS Many Work Way Through College by Extra Jobs At Princeton university the tutoring system has been very highly devel oped That a number of men have worked their way through Princeton by tutoring and that the total sum earned by them for one year was 14 000 have been mnde known in n report Issued by the Princeton Tutors asso elation This Is an organization of undergraduates Tutors get from 1 to 2 nn hour and some of them bave made 10 day and cleared 1000 a year Electric Wink Corrects Time The switching off of the current at tho central power station at Cape Town for n moment causing a winki ing oftbl electric lights In every home gives the residents the exact time every night Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a a brick dust sedi meat or or milky- appearanccoften indicates an un healthy tion of the kid too fre desire to ass ifn IHH the back arc I ow tell youtheand need attention To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr remedyfulfillsrheumatism pain in the kidneys urinarypassageand scalding pain in passing it or bad effects orbeercessity of being compelled to go often through the clay and to get up many andinnnediatesoon realized It the be- cnuseofitsreucnrkable A health restoring erties If you need medicine you should bydruggist J settling stringy condi iicys quent also What Kilmers back stands highest prop OIchoULYouKilmerColh11ghamton SwampRootllfnghamtonN MANY KINDS OF FLEAS About 400 Different Species Are Knuwn to Naturalists One nf the tlfsi1 uhII lists who devoted themselves to watching lens with such microscope Us were Ithen available was Leeliwenhoek a Dutch man Who lived nt till end of Ithuse von teeiilh ee11tILeeliwenhoek discov ered that a small mite fed on the Ilea lint It wits Ithis dNeovery which In spired Swifts familiar liars So nnluraltels observe a lien Hath smaller HIIIH shut on him prey Ann those hove smaller still to bltu em And so proceed ud inllnlttim The Hens parasite however to be accurate IIs not another Men or even another IInsectI but IIs a tulle classed among the sarcoptldae Lin naeus writing In 18 described only two species of lien The first which wits the human lIen he rightly named Pulex Irrltaus The second was the chigoe of lint countries To this on account of Its burrowing habit he gave the name of Pulex penetrans At the present day about 100 different species of dens have been described and named by the small baud of sIn tific men who have devoted themselves to their study Most of these have been discovered within quite recent years so it is probable that many new forms and varieties will be collected and observed Harold Russell In Lon don National Itevlew Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office WEALTH OF KANSAS LEARNING Courses at University Number 859 Necessary Years 113 A student of the University of inn sas who Is loud of figuring has 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III loll severe protective enactmentsI The blocked heaver lintt for Instance Imported by Sir Walter Kalelgh from the Low Countries vynn Its way so rapidly that In lJi7lI Qtuvn 1C Iabelli passed an act to protect Ithe milking of thni mined caps made from wool for the advantage of the landed pro prietors whose sheep furnished Ithe maierlal Tl statute provided that every male person shall on Sundays trim holidays wear on ills I hind u cap of velvet wool made In England pen alty al rid per duty About a century later the law fur which there Is nothing too high or toe low having taxed mens shoes turned Its attention once store to their lUlls and soon put a check on all Improve ments In the trade by requiring every vender of hats to take out a license under n henry penalty Subsequently n stamp duty WitS Imposed on till hunts which were oiliclally marked Inside where the makers name now appears The penalty for selling a hint without n stamp was lO and the penalty for forging n hat stamp was death whence no doubt the modern custom of the suntan who goes to church sits down looks Into his huntto read his makers name London Chronicle Swiss Invent New Cure People of Switzerland so a Paris pa per reports Invent all kinds of cures to attract visitors to their country Just now It IIs Ithe asparagus cure In Vnlnis There IIs an abundance of as paragus In the It bout valley and touts are exported tto various countries of Europe The curs begin aboutI the end of May and the patients make as paragus their principal diet Electric Plant Makes Ice 1 IIII t icctrlr Iklitini lnllt- lUllllIIIIIIII ire as a ifAprodnci For His Sake My husband begged me to take Card ui writes Matt WaverlyVaI greed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but nowI am all right TakeCAROVII The Womans Tonic You know Cardui will help you because it has helped others who were in youItcine for sick Women but a 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i i iCLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 Democratic Ticket t r For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE t4ForCongress HON BEN JOHNSON PRISON COMMISSIONERS SHOULD BE APPOINTED Former State Senator Gus W Richardson was a candidate for Prison Commissioner two sessions of the Legislature ago He threw his strength to one of the present Commissioners who was running for reelection then and was rewarded with a good fat job ut 1200 a year At the recent session former Senator W 0 Coleman candidate but induced to with was an active for Commissioner was draw1 c and the old Commissioners wero elected The Commissioners now want to reward Coleman by appointing him to the place held by Richardson but the latter says he wont get out without a legal Y fight claiming ho was appointed for a four year term Wonder if he has writings on the subject with the Commissioners li Few people in the State realize the extent to which political trading is carried on 1 by ther powerful oligarchy of three penitentiary Commissioners Its a common saying in Frankfort that a member ri t of the Legislature can get the worst murderer in tho State prison out on parole if he wants him and is known to be right on tho next Prison Commissioners race And after the Commissioners are elected and there arc guards to be appointed theres none who has quite as much llucnco with the members who are seeking guards positions fur + some staunch supporters back home as these same Commissioners Such things ought not to be It isnt right that attorneys represent tihg largo corporations should bo permitted to hold State ofliccs carrying with them such opportunity for influencing the law making body The Prison Commissioners should be appointed by the go ernor or elected by tho people Interior Journal The Henderson Route is to spend 10000 for a cool chute at Ir vington This means the town will get a boost to that amount w Farmers merchants mechunics timber men and laboring men will get their share of this In fact tho whole county will be financially benefited We congratulate President Irwin and the Board of Directors improvemently and glad to see that they can and are willing to let lose of their money Railroad men toarethe best and most liberal spenders of money than any class of men r in the country and got less credit for being so Men who workand build are those who benefit a community They keep money in cir rculutionand when money moves men arc active and business is ti good Men can always give better service when they see the cash r coming in for it Greater things are yet to come from the Hender son Route if the Company is treated half way right flROOSEVhL7S LtllSHY TLETII Thos II Stark of The Louisville Paper Company has recently rt sent out a most attractive advertising circular The envelope was made front Kennwo Parchment Cover and on the front side was the picture of Teddy with his mouth wide open His teeth were repre sented by different colors of Titlo Bond enclosed in the envelope and showing through the mouth of the picture MrI Stark is to bo con frrutulh- ntc donr the unique idea The world has never gotten tired of x Roosevelt makes no difference where ho is on a circular or in the rl kings palace Ho is always interesting GROWING OLD GRACEFULLr a Mr John D Babbage editor of the Breckenridgo News is cele brating his sixtyfirst birthday this week amid many congratulations He is growing old gracefully with a loving wifo still by his side sons who do honor to him and a lovely daughter whoso brightness and brilliance is the joy of his heart A man who couldnt be happy under such circumstances coupled with the fact that he1 has the best paper nt in his section would be fit for treason stratagem or spoils and Mr HeraldaWo are not only growing old lint we are keeping young There have boon live hunk failures in the State wince the Legisti y j ilatureadjourned last Spring says Secretary of State Bon L Bruner rf 1ff He is going to enforce the law which requires an inspection of all tankain tho state and thus prevent bunk failures by the unscrup A ilous bank officers In one bunk that failed one of the officers bor r rowed 22000 from tho institution d t ExPresident Roosevelt will take tho stump for the Republican hopeafor a party that by a system of unjust legislation continues to rob the great mosses of the people for the benefit of a few It is quite surprising to the business world that an employee of such a tried and trusted institution as tho Fidelity Trust Company could systematically rob it of of a half million dollars before the thing could be discovered The recent heavy rains have been very damaging to crops in many sections of this county Many ames of tobacco have been destroyed and it is too late for a resettingy The executive committee of the Woodmen of the World is ar ranging plans to hold aChautauqua in Owensboro from August 26 to tt 6- e iScptemler 5 P Gov Harmon of Ohio is ono of the best men in this country for the Presidency If tho Democrats are wise they willnominate him in 1912 Tho County Sunday SchoolConvention willrr meet at Irvington July the twentyninth President Henderson is anxious for a largo attendance The Burley Tobacco Society at Lexington has agreed on tho pool for 1010 i JUDSON HARMON si REAL GOVERNOR From tho Lexington Leader By his prompt removal of the cowardly mayor of Newark Ohio and the taking of stops to end the tenure of office of the sheriffof Licking county of which Newark is tho county seat Governor Judson Harmon has shown himself to be of the stuff of which real executives are made and has not disappointed the hopes of those who believe there is a further and wider field for his usefulness at Wash ington The Republican Attorney General of Ohio successor to the unlamented Wade Hampton Ellis took the view that tho law which Ellis hold was invalid was valid enough to give tho Governor the right to act in such a case as the outrage at Newark presented and the Democratic Governor promptly took the advice of his Republican as sociate in the State government To us hero in Kentucky the situation at Newark a city of 30000 people seems impossible incredible in any American city The night riders of Kentucky in their palmiest days inspired no such reign of terror as the whisky interests of Newark running their business in open defiance of a State law under which the saloons had been voted out of Newark inspired in the hearts of those whose only offense was to organize a movement to see if a corrupt mayor and sheriff could not be compelled to enforce the State laws Even the Common Pleas Fudge of the district was openly threatened and men in sympathy with law and order were beaten and compelled to leave their homes On tho night of the lynching of Ethorington ten of the loading men of rohad been brutally beaten by a mob of wets a few days before lied from their homes for fear tho fury of tho whisky fanatics might bo visited upon them They were told yesterday to return to their homes by Governor Harmon and at the same time assured that they would bo rightsprotectedNewark was voted dry in a county local option election last fall Its thirty thousand people were not all for malting the town dry In fact a majority in the town itself voted wet but under the laws of Ohio if the majority of the people in a county want the saloons ousted outgo and it was under this law that tho law and order clement of Newark wits working to stop anarchyanarchy which the nayor and sheriff gpcnly encouraged Saloons wore run without any attempt at concealment Liquors were sold without any pretense of being anything except what they were and the whisky men of Newark spat in the face of the State law and at the same time in the face of decency Then the antiSaloon League determined to bring matters to a head and it did so by sending a lot of detectives into Ne wark who started the trouble which resulted in the lynching of young Stherington a lynching for which the corrupt and cowardly mayor and sheriff are as much responsible as if their hands had pulled upon the rope which sent him into eternity The liquor interests of Ohio are doing thou very best to make Ohio a prohibition State With mayors in Toledo and Cleveland and Cincinnati who believe there is no law of God or man that should interfere with the liberties of thousands of foreigners who insist upon the observance of a continental sabbath and with many other thousands of Americans who cant get enough to drink six days in the week but must hang around saloons on Sunday also there is Being created ia belief out in tho State that in thminds of thousands has become a conviction that tho only solution of the saloon problemr whichlabacks up lawlessness out in the dry towns in the State which not only does not cooperate with the law and order people in the enforcement of left the whisky interests of Ohio are facing their Yaterloo The will bo tonextpass a and the influence of ofstatewidethe voters who do not favor the abolition of the saloon and who prefer to saloons in their towns and counties rather thanhave open S funliscensed and unrestrained traffic in I Ilfavor of the total wiping out of the Iliquor bnWe often hear of fanatics who are opposed to the sale of liquor In see a case of fanaticism in which thethis case in Ohio we fanatics are not the drys but the men who would make life and liberty and property as unsafe in a city of 30000 as in the old days in Breathitt county and who hold the sale of liquor superior to the law and the Merest and safety of the people It looks to us at this distance us if the saloon men had about reached thb end of their rope in Ohio un HCeAI IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT 1 BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Nl1ir Wdt llHA idNNiiBorn to the wife of John Livers on Wednesday July 1JJ a fine boy Mr and Mrs John Wiseman of Stlthton are visiting relatives here and in Hendersoh Mr and Mrs J D Ashcraft and children were the weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley in West Point Mr James S Younger and daugh ter Eudora were the guests of friends here Saturday and Sunday Contractor T Caston of the Fairbanks Morse Company of Louisville Is here to secure fifteen men to build a patent coal station on the L H t St TJ R R It is to be made out of steel with a concrete foundation and floor It will be erected in the same place as the old coal chute and will be 25 feet long and US feet hfgh Mr Caston says the station will cost about 10000 and will be rushed to comple tion Mr John Musseluian known aE the reliable Uncle John will have full charge ot it after it is completed Hi has been in the railroad service for ove twenty years and the Company now feels like they cant run a train with- Out hIs assistance at the chute 1- c iIi 1 a su e1 Misses Mabel Bandy and Alton St Clair who spent last week in Har dinsburg came home Friday- A B Suter of Highland Park was In the city Sunday Mrs P E Dempster and children have returned to Glendeane after a stay of a week with her mother Mrs Foster Lyons Mrs R fc McGlothan after a week spent in Hardlnsburg nas returned Miss Eva Payne left Sunday for Louisville where she will visit her aunt Mrs Tom Dowell Mr and Mrs E S McAfee spent Sunday in Cloverport with relatives Mrs J M Herndon and two boys Lewis and Fairleljfh will arrive Thursday from Enid Oklahoma to be the guests of her sistar Mrs S P ParksMiss Erie Gaines of Fordsville came Saturday for a five days stay with Miss Jessie Brady- E H Ashcraft has returned from a few days spent In Owensboro Plans and specifications for the erec tion of the Irvington college on the site purchased by the special committee last week in the new addition of town is being discussed The estimated cost of the school building is 15000 It will be modern In every respect Ar chitect John Waller is going over tho plans and specifications and as soon as he has completed this task a permit will be issued The contracter is J K Bramlette of this city The Rev L K May preached two excellent sermons on Sunday at the morning and evening service Atten dance at the union prayer meeting on Wednescday evening was urged very earnestlyL W R Hensley Sam Stites P D Plank and J G Brashear road officials registered at the Lyons House last week Mrs G O Bailey left Tuesday for her annual visit to her mother in Vir ginia She will be gone for several weeksMr and Mrs H W Herndon and two daughters Misses Annie May and Wilda of Enid Oklahoma left Wednesday f or quite an extended trip through Colorado They will go first to Denver and then to Colorado Springs and from there take several trips to points of interest The Misses Hern don will visit Miss Lillian Russell at Pueblo for several days before returning to Oklahoma They expect to be gone until he first of September Rev and Mrs R M Hardaway of- St Louis formerly of Breckenridge county have announced the engage ment of their daughter Miss Mary Eleston Hardaway to Mr George Clemming Davis The wedding will take place in the early fall Miss Har daway will be pleasantly remembered here as having visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs John Cox for several summers Miss Eleanor Robin of Jacksonville Florida arrived Saturday and is the guest of her cousin Miss Katharine Wimp Mrs Lloyd Gooden and little baby of Oklahoma City and sister Miss Viola Gregory of Louisville were vis- Itors off Mrs J M Mudd last week Mrs Tom Thomas and baby after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs J C Payne has returned to her home at Leitchfielcl She has just concluded a visit to relatives and friends at Har dinsburg Dr and Mrs LaRue Helm of Lex ington arrived Friday for a short visit ta to Mr and Mrs Bate Washington j Mrs Grace Conover of Owensboro who has been visiting relatives IniOhio Is again the guest of her aunt Mrs Nora Board of this city lMiss Iva Mudd who has been spend ing two weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd left Tuesday for her home in Louisville D C Heron returned Friday from a several days business trip to Louis Irlhegame of the doubleheader between Irvington and Ekron from being played ton iIlast Saturday but arrangements t have been made to have a game next f Saturday 1daynear Guston ChJdsttIf the best Is not too good Lewisport Best flour is the ought to use My house and lot in Irvington Is for + sale and must be sold before I leavetitIf you want a bargain in a good house 1ii IyourMrs J Frank Claycomb 1 Irvington ICy Many requests from Catarrh sufferers who use atomizers have caused us to put up Liquid Cream Balm a new and convenient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay Inflammation to cleanse the clogged airpassages to promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 JJ cents including spraying tube Mailed v J- by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street NewI t- Y Porl Henderson Route Notes Is IJust Fifteen Dollars b- ftt 1550 from Cloverport to Old Point grow e Comfort and return July 10 Good tot o- r2urn reaching Cloverport not later cg than midnight August 3rd Cr Low round trip rates Summer TouristSi fFares on sale June let to Sept 30 htclueive returning not later than OctvI 11 31stHomeseekersrates to the west and r u it 4 r southwest 1st aud 3rd Tuesdays lHenderson County Fair HtndersoJli f 4return4 efrumw Commencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45traln No9 will not go to Falls of Rough f There will be no connections with this train for Ealls of Rough If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best floe is the flour you ought to use III1 IIilIlif1 lII- 1I I NOTICEPUBLIC SALE M I will sell to the highest und best bidder my house and lots in the town of Irvington on 1 IAUGUST 1 1010 4 House contains 9 rooms and hall good collar I water and sink in kitchen Lot 120x160 all in good ci8ternI As our ttown is to have a normal to begin Sept 5 1t1 sold for cash in hand Guaranteed title 1D W Mrs J Frank I HenryAuctioneer bl u AuctioneerWANTED I IANTED1 per Men J W H TOMPKINS t Quarry Supt v KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT CO Kings Landing Ky P 0 Richardsons Landing Meade Co Ky f nAMi EVERY FARMERAs well as every business man should have a bank account n WHYj4 fj I + BecauseYour money is safer in tnci bank tnnn anywhere else c Paying your bills by cheek is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays Ii It gives you a bettor standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit teaches saveThisYour bank book is a record of your business s eTor those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Barikof Hardinsburg Trust Co HardinsburgKytii- I 1 j- r0 y4 l- ra J A CATARRHRetard Elys Cream Balm it qulcklY8bsorbed Give Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho disoastmem brane resulting from I drivesIJ stores Head quickly the I ItoHAYi FEVER Tusto and Smell Full size GO eta atDrug t gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York y I 15het Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 r R UEb I OR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT r + JiFor Ireclnct and city Offices u 5 201 For County Offices 6 OC For Stte and District Offices1C on Fr Calls per IiIlCu 101 For Cards per line 110- r For All Publications in the inter tIt of individuals or expression r of individual views per line 10 99t vw de11illtl LJllU s 11Local Laconics I Miss Lenora Wiluon has returnee from Hardlnsburg Jess Fallen was home last week from Seeleyvilte for a visit Mr and Mrs Luther Satterfield went to Louisville Saturday Miss Carr of EHzabethtown Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith Miss Lucile LaNeave of Red Boiling Springs is the guest of her grandmother Mrs English Miss Carrie Lee Tucker was Iin Ca- ninelton last week Mr Williams of Maceo was the guest of Miss Susie Newton Thursday Eli Morrison and I W McNamee were in Haw siIle Monday Abe Pumphrey has been on the sick list for two weeks George Wendelken is home from the suth visiting his parents i Eugene and Carl Arnold of Louis t v ville are guests of Steve Wilson = Golan Weathingtori has gone to Kansas City to enter school U twCarl Benton a well known conductor Scf the Henderson Route suffered a severely sprained ankle Monday f A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Dave Mattingly Sunday t Miss Laura Grisker formerly of Met l calf county now of Campbellsville is visiting Mr A L Newmans family Mrs John Elder of Lake Village Arkcame Monday to visit her brother R S Carter and other relatives Mrs Jennie Sullivan and Miss Eliza beth Woods of Louisville are the 1 guests of Mr and Mrs A II Oelze Carey Weatherholt of Tobinsport was the guest of Miss Beatrice Mc Cracken Sunday Mrs Claude Grant and handsome little son Elmer of California were the guests of Mrs Joe Fitch last week The Silver Social given Monday evening at the Methodist parsonage was delightful and Mrs Wickliffe tie Haven i nd Mrs Dillon made the occasion a most pleasant one A free will offering amounting to 1809 was given by the guests Miss Susette Sawyer has returned + home from a delightful visit fn lIardlns Inr g where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs Alf Heston Mr nnd Mrs R C Richardson of Louisville have been visiting Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Mrs and Mrs Chas Cox of Tobins port went to Louisville Monday to visit Mrs Dan B Williams Mr and Mrs L B Perkins and Mist Virginia Harris left yesterday for Vir ginla Beech near Old Point The will visit Mr Perkins old homa n1 Louisa Va Miss Jennie Wnrfield of Louisville will leave thJs twentyseventh with her friends Mrs Frost and Mrs Thompson for Petoskey Mich Mrs Tony Nicholas and Miss haze Holder went to IIawesvllle Monday- J W McNamee of Mobile Ala Is here this week Miss Cecil Foote of Owensboro has been visiting Mrs Virge Babbage Miss Ray Heyser left yesterday foi Franklin She will be the guest of friends at Bowling Green Smiths Grove and Livermore before returning home An automobile party to the Mammoth Cave will be given in her nonor next week by Mrs Lucas of Franklin Mr Reynolds Funeral I The funeral of John Reynolds win be held tomorrow afternoon nt 2 oclocl front the Methodist church I Ice Causes Throat Trouble Mrs H V Duncan is quite ill suffer lug from throat trouble Several days ago Mrs Duncan thoughtlessly swal lowed a little piece of ice and it lacer l- cd the membrane of her throat causinj severe pain GhiKdron Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA Slightly Improved The condition of Mrs Ben Ridgeway who has been suffering from a severe attack of heart trouble was slightly im proved yesterday as the News went to press Mrs Ridgewav has been critic ally ill anti her family and friends have been very apprehensive Dr Ridge way of Sheperdsville was here Satur day night Dr McDonald and Dr Simons are the attending physicians and Miss Chesnau is the nurse Does This Mean You Imllgestion four etomncli const pation then headache backache and a general miserable feeling Do you know thnt the pleasant herb tea laues Family Medicine Lanes Tea moves the bowels each day and will remove all these troubles almost immediately If you do not know it get a package today ht any druggists or dealers 25C for Miss Bishop Miss Helen Bishop of Decatur Ill was the guest of honor at a luncheon given Sunday by Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly The guests were Miss Bishop Miss Ray Heyser Dr Hillary Boone Dr E C McDonald Mr and Mrs Frank Carter Miss Bishop is one of Decaturs delightful girls Besides I being a member of the society set she Shoes Ladies Mayflowers in Patent 2 00leather was 250 now J 0for1 1 1I 75orsLadies French Low Cuts in Patent now leather was 300 S225 These are Real BargainsI Mens ShoesB- ig reduction in Low Shoes at AlexIanders to clean up broken lots MOREr NNKIIAMCURES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy Oronogo MoI was simply a nervous wreck I could not walk across the iloor without my heart fluttering and 1 could not even receive n letter Every month I had such a bearing down sensation as if tho lower parts would fall out Lydia E Vegetable done my nerves a great deal of good and111s also rellevell tho I bearing down I recommended iit to some friends and two of them have been greatly benefited by itMrs-MA MCKNIGHT Oronogo Mo Another Grateful Woman St Louis MoI was botherec terribly with a female weakness am had backache bearing down pains am pains in lower parts I began taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com iI SanativeNasho that wayMrs AL HKUZOQ G72 Prescott Ave St Louis Mo Because your case Is a difficult one doctors having done you no good do not continuo to suffer withou1 giving Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial Itsurely has cured many cases of female ills such as in flammation fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bearingclowu- feeling indigestion dizziness and ner vous prostration It costs but a trine to try it and the result is worth mil 11r to many suffering women is a University girl who has ac complished much along special educa ticnal lines in the New YorK state and IllinoisMisses Eva and Edith Plank Miss Jennie Mabel IIarris Misses Kee and Mattie Willis were entertained to din ner at the Castle with Miss Bishop Tuesday evenin- gSTEPNENSPORT Miss Henryette Ahl of Evansville IIs the guest of Miss Esther Payne Mrs M L Roberts is visiting iin LouisvilleThursday evening at 630 the messenger came and summoned the spirit 01 Mrs Jonnie Brooks to the land of rest Yes Aunt Jennie as so many called her is gone and ohl how sadly she will be missed We cant see or know why one so useful shall be taken but some day the veil will be lifted and we shall sea and know I he little babe of Mr and Mrs Chas Morris died Friday and was burled Sunday at Sample The death reaper is gatherirg the old and the young to yonders shore Death has again visited our town and took the little baby bov of Mr and Mrs Lige Brown Just at the dawnlri of day the little rose bud was taken from the garden on earth to bloom it the bright one above Precious jewels God is gathering hom- eChlldrorf Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I IMens Patroit Low Cuts in Gun Metal Vic was 100nodv X300 Mens Pilgrim Low Out Patent leath er and Gun Metal was S3 50 now JZ15 Mown Pluck Low Cuts in Patent leath lions Nutcracker and Tan Patent 1 Mens and Boys Big reduction in Clothing at Alex anders to clean up broken lots A B ICirschbaum allwoolsuits at greatly reduced prices + fi + JIJ I WrtsFor FOIL HALE One 11 foot Steam float Yawl o JJI Huwyur t 1 verport Ky For SaleThoroughbred Pigs I vat AI1lIr t1I1ulhlrIJJlIItl2 months thoroughbredttlliII lliixliiwav Ui H on Ky Agent Wanted- wANTCDOnoguollagent In llruckuir dyt IlighlaudFor Sale or Exchange 1Vu tliito joi rolcl iiiiUsioiiu lliitiillton nurw mid wctra One inn roll VM II or rude tormunr U AMMSUA Addison Ky For SaleScholarship HUH bALlv Mlioiarklii In the Howiloi tnlvirNt rood in any dcturt meat of tlutt University lireekenridge Naws Clovcrport ICy r+ araeaee wwa CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder t Talcum Powder 5 odors IIToiletfor Ammonia Hut Weather I t Drug CoII J J Nee eeooseeeeseeee eo r- 1III WANTED 50 STA E MAKERS s t t For particulars ad- dressit W H LYNCH Allen Floyd Co Ky i 0000 eN0 N6ee00 eONe e Mrs Bartles of Mount Vernon Ind attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Jennie Brooks Sunday Mrs F C Ferry and son of Louisville are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller If the best is not too good for yoi Lewisport Best flour Is the Hour yoi ought to use BIG SPRINGS The nnnuiil Ice Cream supper will be given by the ladies of the church Sat urdny July 23 All are cordially invit ed and all donations thankfully received Miss Sue NtH M Her left Sunday for Louisville to visit her brother Herb I Mller and wife Misses Eunice and Iattie Cox visittc friends atI Custei Saturday anti Sunday- B S Clarkson spent beveral days it Louisville last week I E I Clopjc 1111 ao JIQ- 3 0What tempts you in 00- II dCoffeesI o 0 Flavor Thats what tempted us years agotode Telop 10 the full rich flavor of a Chase Sanborns Coffee 01 a TI TItry some to TIT- IIIII II Q J C NOLTE BRO LaCLOVERPORT KY llli- IIl la 1111 QO III Q0 II QO 25 5 5 10 Id 110 10 25 200 FRAMED MIRROR FOK 59c Present this card and we will always cancel the amount of your cash purchase so that when your pur chases amount to 200 we will on receipt of 60c in ash give you your choice of the Beautiful Framed Mirror all display in our store IJThis card must be canceled at time of purchase and is good only at the store named below 25 10 10 10 1Q 5 5 25 J T OCONNELL GENERAL CLOVER PORT KENTUCKY + aA AM s iOM + nRiAen eo+ LAND LAND LAND iIIEbpst Investment oiuiirili Is the eiirtli ItKtlf and till bikt iiirlli to It vest In T Is the Oreltt IuMlwndli of Texas ht Moll Is l kh tend productive and you can grow tlrwrlporWhelttOntll Ityu Alfalfa Corn ill lilacotn Mlm- tllroomforn Sorghum Maize Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texasy- ou run pot three or four crops of Alfalfii each yinr which will uvornuc a tOil to slip ucro nt elicit rutting The liest of water from 25 to 100 foot dmp No cyclones no hot winds I Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year I I full I will deposit One Tin usuiid Diillars In any bnk In Kintucky or Imllunu UI- II forfeit money If at the erdof 12 months they cannot toil tins section for the above named prollt then the forfeit nioriy Is theirs fitn Riinranteo on one half tertian and S250 on a quarter section If Interested write me at once I J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky t+ faatt r AI Misses Hurh and Vse of Louisville were guests of Miss Kurils parents last week t Dont forget the ice cream supper July 23 for till benefit of the parsonage I Miss Emma Miller will entertain the Social Club Thursday afternoon IllrsI j Albert Topping left for hr home it Peorin Ill Tuesday Her sister sKSXSSSWBS p These Prices Good at Alexanders Until August 1st tLadies 15nnd15p rncfto 50wns 10wClothing nO u tseverOI morrow MERCHANDISE thoI I 1800 and 1700 suits at 145O 15baits ati 1250 Mens 1250 suits at 1000 Mens 1000 at suits7I98Mens 750 suits at 598 25crbocker350 suits lit Z15 300 suits at 225- S250 suits at 200 lot suits size 33 343536 3 5037 worth to 7 go it D 98worth1I Miss Lee King goes with her to pea some time Rev King is holding a meeting at Mays Grove J II Meador has returned front La tonin where he spent two weeks If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the Hour you ought to use IL = 1 7r J m i1sAi Ioollt it l I I I II 1 5 1 nn Mens Odd Pants 1l OU IK 300 1 350 pants go at r WZI15 3 ZttCiZS 2 00at200 punts goV nt 150 1 lot Boys Knickor 1pants l worth 50o go at 39c A Bargain for Cash 1 SewingMachine 95Agents11 t- M w f- IrvingtonED F ALEXANDER Kentucky t it = w+r- t r L1 11 q i Or l IIrIU t 1r Aj113 YOUI IN LOVEI rtW Tttlur Your Home Your Home People Your Home Town Your HomeiCounty Your Home State Your Home America If you are prove it by subscribing this day for The Brecketiridgei News FALL IIN LOVE 3 Cents per Copy If you take it yourself with your home paper 25 Centssend a subscription to Standby it it will stand three monthsyour mother father by youforJbrother sister or some When sending your body you love They subscription add a bit 50 Cents will enjoy the News of newsa good wish wordfor six months everybody who reads an encouraging doeswewill appreciate this we want your interest subL a Yearas well as your Cash in advance always scription I Read This Dear Mr BabbageEnclosed find check for subscription another year I have been a reader of The Breckenridge 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 Kyt u j J If you cant take the News by yourself pitch in a halfdollar with your neighbortake it to getherthats better than borrowing it J Address all orders to fiYi f The Breckenridge News t M I Cloverport Kentucky uO JT d C 0 oJ f ia I0QlQ01= I QOII Q0I IIIIQo1= n C 0 fr il A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned i11 11Are Your Dollars Earning For Your LI You can findno safer not better investmentt than a certificate of deposit in the i i BANKoF CLOVERPORT Ii I I Iwith thel interest compounded seminnnuall and no better way of paying your bills Iithan by check whereby you always have a record of payment 7OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USA 00I1JII 00 O Ic gll= 101 IIIc 10 2J11 OiQo cIlIldptlplSTATEMENT T OF CONDITION OF 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg Trustt CII HARDINSBURG KY Atthe close of business June 3O3 19107 Si itIt RESOURCES Notes and Billsi 294635 18 Cash in Safe w m 17914 23 Cash ini other Banksb 28069 28 Stocks and Bonds y 12107 61 I Bankingi House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real Estate I 136 79 I Furniture and Fixtures N A 400 00 Total i+ 355063 ii- LIABILITIES v 091 Capital Stock paid in J J 50000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 15516 96 Dividend No 40 4 per cent 1 2000 00 0unt Due Depositors 287546 13 lAm Total N 1 355063 09 Very respectfully t M H BEARD Cashier IIt With this statement wo clse the 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 been good times and bad times when money was close and times when money was easy and diflicult to find We feel that no one will question our claim that we have met nIlof 111ltVO situations with credit to ourselves and satisfaction to our patrons In flush times of plentifulIwe have managed our business in a conservative manner and kept clear of wild investments closo times we have been as liberal with our borrowers as their necessities demanded and safety Wo believe we can assure the public that we are in position to give them even better IIIn in the future than we have in the past because we are larger and stronger and have gained knowledge by our twenty years experience Iwoo + rw rrn wAS fo WI gvWrwrl rrrN w I QIO C orQoG 10J IIQI DOOI QO of the condition of the11 11Report First State Hankof Irvington Ky Qatthe close of business June 30 1910 Q 1 o 0 Q E1RESOURCES oLoans and Discounts 55975 16 Due from Banks 10180 33 Cash on Hand r 4198 08t j Overdratts 152 Banking House and Lot 4000 00 o Furniture and Fixtures 1672 73 1 Total s6179 18 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 Jl Mi E Q Surplus 4 494 29v 0 1t- Q Deposits v I 60684 89 Q o Total 76179 18 0 Your business and influence solicited oVeryrespectfully o- J C PAYNE Cashie- r00fr100oII 0IoQ oIF 10 I McGAVOCKS Mr and Mrs J T Beatty and dau ghter Miss Alta and son Arnold of Askins were the guests of the tatters brother J M Beatty and family Sat urdayal1d5qnqay t Mr and Mrs Charlie Simmons atII tended the burial of Mrs Ben Taul at the Taut burying ground Wednesday Miss Hattie Beatty Is at Hardlnsburg this week attending the teachers Insti tute Mort Puraphrey was JIri Hardinsburg 1I 0 i1f jJe Monday Mr and Mrs Kerney Lyons of Surtdayhere i hereif i Jilt yLewisiortIr f ought tb use J l t- f u2 r lrr9 I 1 D1 I Itl + 1SEFLIES BANE OF All H1ITYH z Kill Them Now and Avoid Dis ease In Your Familyy Hereafter v a I fly referred to lu this article THE the one most commonly In our houses the Musca domcstlcn of Linnaeus Speaking broadly mnn lute made the housefly It has developed along with thehuman dwelling If we had no rlqscd In dwelling places It Is doubt ful If the housefly as at oresent con I FEMALE HOUSEFLY RESTING ON SEEN FROM I stitutcd could continue to exist It thrives simply because we afford It food protection and breeding places It Is at this time of the year that env suing summer and autumn Eggs laid t last fall are ready to hatch At first bI It Is only n little worm wriggling Its tiny grubllke form In some incubating pilei4t rubbishtt or garbage In the back yard In this fI condition It Is easily killed and It a be the duty of every person to P J notPt i iexlst everything were kept p jf ffclean and sanitary Exterminate tho 1 fly worms do away with its breeding f 1lIIacest and there will be no files i l Why It Is Called Typhoid Fly The common housefly is coming to 1 be known as the typhoid fly and when the term becomes universal I o greater care will be exercised In pro 1 1tecting the house from Its presence Files swallow the germs of typhoid j In countless millions while feeding on f l the excreta of typhoid patients As a j result they spread a thousand more ty phoid germs In their excreta than on their feet Flies kill a greater number of hu I man beings than all the beasts of prey and poisonous serpents for they jBprcad disease which slays thousands ItsfI In thq world to make a living and if ii your home Is not clean It knows It for tho fly can discern nn unclean odor i for miles 1 as flies like odors of filth they dislike clean smells and where thp former will attract tho latter will rcpujse them A pleasant smelling s substance the fragrance of flowers t geraniums mignonette lavender or any perfumery will drive them away Most of our diseases arc caused by t InVI ltileI germs that lodge and grow In our bodies destroying our tissues or ng us with their excreta These IIpolsq may be brought to us from some person by whatever Is large j Opejwhat everyone knows about tiles and I wei MQ at onto tho tremendous Impor tRlice of flies as carriers of human I disease germs Feet of Flies Arc Deadly Xopk closely at the picture of the fly ranting on the glass and viewed from = 1 at the feet and observe that ouch foot Is equipped with two clsiwa and two light colored pads The- E fly clfags to rough surfaces by means of y titf claws and to smooth surfaces by combined action of the claws and IntI 41ic The flys pads are covered with u 1 1ndt4 of minute short hairs sttldicy a ittlk epd if li vo 8UcHohm re beslloutlrarfwnup ute ttefly hd to- II Greatestt Carrier cf Deadly Typhoid Germs Known to Scieptisist l manage with sticky feet Imagine our plight If the soles of our feet were sticking plaster perennially renewing Its stickiness- To I such Inconvenience the fly Is con stantly subject and It Is this that has bred Into It the habit of fre quently preening Itself particularly the feet These ore constantly becom Inir clocEcd with adhering substances iJ GLASS AS ABOVEI ftshould 1Asmucb IJwLook and this contamination the fly mus I assiduously remove If Its feet are to act properly In supporting It on slippery places If this contamina tion Is too sticky to rub off the fly laps It off and It then passes off In Its et1I cretnII pile or other objectionable filth Ilbe germs all the Imaginable AllII finable microbes fasten themselves onII the spongy feet It brings them Into i cthe house and wipes them off The fly you see walking over the food you are about to eat covered with filth und germs If there Is any dirt In your house or about your premises or those of your neighbors JtbR1 just come from it Wat on sugar t I IsvettingUMIB wi tbtiM jfifiiir yotfiirt going x ii yIi ++OOIzH + t+ ++H++I I H IIVALUABLE FLY DONTS flics In your Dont buy foodstuffs 1I01l1leiifiles are tolerated Dont allow your frults confections to be exposed to swarms of lies Dont let flics crawl over theIIbabys mouth and swarm the nipple of Its nursing S + I+tt + loIoI+Ii ii ++ to eat leaving the poison for you to swallowThis does more to spread typhoid fever and cholera Infantum and other Intestinal diseases than any other cause Contact Brings Disease Disease attacks human beings only when they are brought In contact with It For Instance you cannot get typhoid fever unless you swallow the germs of typhoid and you do not swallow these germs unless they get on the food you eat or In the liquids you drink or on the glasses or cups from which you drink Intestinal diseases are more frequent whenever and wherever files are most abundant and they and not the sum mer heat are the active agents of Its spreadThere Is special danger when flies drop Into such fluid as milk This forms an Ideal culture material for the bacillus A few germs washed from the body of one fly may develop Into millions within a few hours and the person who drinks such milk will re ceive large doses of bacilli which mny Inter cnuse serious sickness Strike at the root of the evil Die pose of wnste materials In such a way that the housefly cannot propagate for flies breed In horse manure decaying vegetables lend animals nnliall kinds of filth So look after the gar huge cans see that they are cleaned sprinkled with lime kerosene oil and closely covered Screen all windows and doors and Insist that your grocer butcher baker and every one from whom ypu buy foodstuffs does the same and remem ber thnt a large percentage of files breed lu the stable There Is more health In a well screened house than In many n doe tors visit After you have cleaned up your own premises Inspect the neighborhood for fly breeding places Call the attention of the owner to them and If he docs not remove them complain to the board of health Keep flies away from the kitchen Keep flies out of the dining room and away from the sick especially from those Hi with contageous diseases Simple Means of Killing Flies To clear rooms of flies carbolic ncld nfny beused as follows Hmt a ahoy el or any similar article and drop thereon twenty drops of carbolic acid talks vapor labs the tiles A cheap and perfectly reliable fly poison one which Is not dangerous to human life Is bichromate of potash In solution Dissolve one dram which Ican be bought at any drug store In two ounces of water and add a little sugar Put some of this solution in shallow dishes and distribute them about the house Sticky fly paper traps and liquid poi sons are among the things to use in FRONT VIEW OF THE HEAD OF A HOUSEFLYSTUDDED AREAS ARE COMPOUND EYES is lrtRRJtstfii1df the or killing fllcH but the latest cheapest and best Is u solution or formalin or formaldehyde in water A spoonful ot this liquid put into a quarter of a plot of water and exposed In tin room will be enough to kill all the tiles To quickly clear the room wljHv there are many plea burn JpyrothriiiiI- Ipowdsc In tbtjr room This st u jwnW thedlwwbnn they may b swejii uO und burned IJ I i II Wait for our New i Storyi 11will willBegin Soon StopH earache in two iniiiutcs tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour muscleI ache two hours sore throat twelve hours Dr Thomas IJleetic Oil monarch over pain- American Firearms In Demand Brazil hoiiRht 5750000 worth of fire arms Ic 1009 against only Slr00 KC worth In 1008 Tho American slum rose only front r00000 to 800000 or 300000 out of the Incronse of l2OI000 American revolvers lend In Vene zueln Automatic roviilvcrs sell host In England Rolclum buys American makes Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Doans oint ment cures itching bleeding or protrud lug pyles after years of suffering At any drug store More Real Work N ededII A good roads convention Is always J n helpful Institution but there are n great many people who would do wetlj to spend more time In making rondo Instead of attending conventions WE BUY COLHIDE- SANDFUR RehtDeatst o we dob- llw kT tka a sU 1rt4hIN rxtuls- Rikeuit4lk is LNiltilk We fwaialt- lYK lceehw4eh tnrwftkIKMkCM- 4KSil Lh t- xt u1aa gl Louisville Henderson St Louisl Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 I 145 I 143 HI1 146 I 142 I I 144 I 148 ISTATIONSQL L Dally Dally El0 21 pin 4 40pm n40um Lv LOUISVILLUSTKAWllKUuy Ar 7 lam 12 5wpm7 40pm f4 63 na 3IIISUOKF tia aI fiOO ii 09 MEDOKA fO 42 fl2 13 17 08 x514 W 14 STITEd fOai 1207 f7021517 KATHHVN ns Ot 10 01 5 21 9 21 WEST IPOINT 0 211 1201 056t5 23 m 23 HOWAKIJ tit Earn fa fli r531 f1130 HAUTLKS tit M to 4O f5 3T to IM HOCK IIA ore fit 45 to 4lf5 43 fs 40 LONG I1KANC1I tH 81 CIJ sa 5 52 0 4l HItANUKMiUUO 11 2U 025 5l 950 EKltON tll 21 0100 08 flO 01 OUSTON Ii 48 tit IS tI O8 1043 05025 1013 IKViNOrON h 41 11 ai 001TO 31 tlO 10 WKHSfUIl tlO 57 t542fO 39 flOT LODIIURO rio 48 15 atfo 40 MYSTIC flu 91 If05 IJ037 SAMPLE tlO 37 t5 tiI JOU STElHENSlOUT 1027 514 I11I5a tlO 48 ADDISON tt0l t510110 bO HOLT rio lU 15080 a mil hi i 115 1100 OLOVEKlOUT 4 57 1007 451 81SHOPS tall f729 SI OJIIII 0 43 4 30 7 5S f113 o 2T 1745 I ETUI F 937 t7 45 f750 ADAIIt 032 7S7to 40 79 ill 3i 64 LEWISIOUT 9 23 t4 17 7 i9 t805 WA1TMAN ftf 17 n 23 t703 U 53 1114 tit 40 MACEU 9 08 t4 04 7 15 t8 4 PATES DUTCH 850 t7 Ol 7 13 12 35 8 33 isbpmim WENSIJOUO 3 50 1845 3 45 0558 40 CONWAY IO41f7I f8S3 fO 37- f135 f8 57 tl2 27 740 STANLY 8 22 f3 38 0 34 1411 t9 03 NEWMAN f8 15 f6 S 1753 fO 10 UEEU f8 07 fO 31 fB 10 159 HEALSSlOTTSVILLE f8 01 fO It189 ata 168f 1311 0 13 tllt HASKKTT 752 f3 07 0 038 23 1 30 D 42 105 HENDEKSON 3 00 739 255 555pmt65 10 15 J30 EVANSVILLE 3 B5 710am 2307 40am 7 40pm ST LOUIS 0 OO pm 8 Slam f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains ix NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and StLouis Pullman Pullman No will fromoastwill fromwestHartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle East Bound f Second Class list ClIISS1st01ilS9 Secdrtd CUM 9 7 113 i0MixedDally ox Dully ox garguidsieu jh led Mixed Sunduv Sunday Dally ex Daily J Sunday645pmffi 55 5 q0 fll 19 Uasln Spring f54 f3 20 ICpm 11 1050 10pm 70U 555 s1135 Oartield sU 38 S257 1030fi20 607 f114U 1015s72S731 610 l154Nnu tiardlnsburg s917s3lU s922s225 = x741 0 27 1201pm Junction s911x200 1010f7 50 6 37 f203 Kirk M03 145 Ijoi17 r 7 0 15 H215 54s5s10Us51043L824f8 30 7 19 ff245 Vanzant S1240 9 36 931C8l 20IS23s5915SI I 10IU OJ WEST noUOUNDSecondClassClass Class 31 27 23This Time Tuhle went 32Mixedp m uenller Passenger Mixed MondllY1I10ndayWednoyWednsoylIyuna OnlyonlyL45p m12Saum 840nm DErtlSTEU tl35um1151 iiliwNtn IIUOumi IALL IOM HOUGH mSI II m 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 Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us ut once for ownor13 name and address If nova 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 tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together ennblinguuyersJno D Babbage 950 61 l1res 31 miles north ot liard Instuirc aunt the HruuuculiurR rondo Welt wutored plenty ot timber fur Improvements double Log house small titDlB Uood rich laud flan for lljrloy tobncco Toms uiisy iron further Intortnu Ion write Jno D HabbuKO Oluvorport Ky 3U0 140 iicrps 2 miles from Ouston 3r S miles train Irvlngton well wltteredluyswvllgoodyoungorclpurdgoodtimber Iron house Improvements good four room dwelling with kitchen on buck porch two- good barns linn and tenant house nail cistern back la the field j meat and hen house wood shod will noil on cutty payments plenty- ofsmnllftntt Further particulars address Jna D UabbaRO Oloverport Ky 67AORE FARM 5 room cottage hall and In good good 7Btull stock barnl two good side suds crib good meat Iiouse and hen heuso and u variety ot apples leaches and grapes a good well and nover alllng Rprlng for stock water KOO yards nast IIlghSchool2nnn For 160 acres tour mile westrof p oiondeuno Smiles from brunch atlroad all rosu land 100 acres in eultlvu flan 50 acres In grass will produce the host Born wheat cad tobacco la neighborhood lonty lasting water well ut door of dwell- Ing log dwelling t rooms und side room bousosIantygood hind to clear fries h 2000 H cash IlurposCSIi COR SALEStoro combinedOloverport Jy Cistern basemen wholelenRth of buiiding will sell ut u bargain orexchange for a dwelling house In OloverMrt Two room cottage on Murray AvenueWell locutea Rents for 15 per month SOacresandall fivet51wltbIIIIbarnsonepoachtrees also mostalla clelredbalancograss tcwireEkrolon01lonlt i pOR BALEA splendid stand tor a druggist surroundedbythe pluco for some young physician to step businessAnretlrtIsOloyerport OUR NEW STORY 1 Begins soon Watch for it T WILL Bi A GENUINE w aidY4rA4 J i 4- E ctr i 0 I+ A fU- f M rl E 1 4 v l e w Dry Goods NotionsShoes 3 Clothing Hats Tinware Glassware Groceries and- Everything in the MerchandiseLine L J L A JOLLYIR- VINGTON storehouse possession August HighGrade Merchandise entirely Everything costII IALL TO SO GO AWAY I IS ON J Shoes values ati L values at J 2a98 300 values at X225 values at f+ Y I 200 values at 1149 lI A complete i r line of Men 4 and all cut Ito than cost KY I have sold my and will have give 15th My entire stock of must be sold out by that time cut less than actual ASK THAT YOU COME WILL MAKE THAT YOU WILL SALE NOW COME YOUR S198- f Childrens Clothing 15 Suits at tin no Y 1250 Suits at 1 50 S 10 Suits at Pants and Over allreduced A Full Line Come First andGet Getthe Best Lack of Space Prevents us from naming more prices come and be for Whether you need these goods or you can af ford to buy now at these pri ces and until you do need them Bargains that will you No thing like it ever be fore in i This is no fake sale x We must vely give pos session Aug 15th on now LA JOLLY IRVINGTON KY 1ii- X5000 n j fir worth of High 11- It grade Merchan I If t that must 1 Regardless j of the Price If you miss this sale you miss f Real Live- Bargains k + cc- JL y WE IS OUR STORE WE THE PRICES WITHOUT BUYING FIRST AND GET CHOICE 400 325 350 250 Ladies less to to 500 coats convinced yourself not keep surprise Irvington positi Come dise go NOT Dress Goods A Big and- complete line tochoose from Everythinggoes At Cost You Cant af ford to miss These Bargains to Calico 5cYard f= k Groceries 1 You will bett l 11iisurprised at ourlprIces on entire I Iline j I Pr duce k t Wanted j I will pay- Highest r Prices Canned j Goods at less than cost M