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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1L i 5 w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS PRINTIt- ii r VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1910 8 Pages NO 3 HALF CROP ALL POSSIBLE SAYS COL JOEL FORT 4 Quality Poor Manufacturers t Short And There Is No Rea r son For Cutting Out jr Next Crop Colonel Joel B Fort who is speak ing In the interest of the tobacco pool says the Lexington Herald returned to Lexington Sunday from a ten days yrt x tour of Kentucky and Ohio When asked about the crop of tobacco he saidI have been growing tobacco aUof my life and think that I have had experience enough to make me competent to judge the present condition of the crop Since I have been here more than two months I have traveled overt every part of the Burley growing sect ion and have talked with tobacco growers from every county in the dis tract I have never seen the prospects for an average crop of tobacco as poor in all these years I have seen tobacco come out of a dry spell into a rainy spell and make fine tobacco I have never seen it come outof an exceedingly wet spell into a dry spell and make a crop In all my travels I have seen only one crop large enough to top Ordinarily the bulk of the tobacco snould have been topped by the fourth day of July Hundreds of acres have been abau doned on account of the grass and the weeds during the wet spell Hundreds of acres have been planted in late corn and millett and the tobacco which has b been cultivated and from which grass has been taken is still yellow and shows no signs of growth Hundred- of acres are blooming only a shor- ij distance from the ground rendering I the plant practically worthlessIJ When asked what was his 7ofthe percentage of the crop he said 4ii Half a Crop Prospect c i myi ceived from reliable and competent sources I am satisfied that there can n not be possibly mare than half a crop Owing to the late season and the im possibility of satisfactorily curing too k bacco late that which is produced will be of a very Interior quality etAs to increased acerage that is all bosh That Calk has been gotten up for the purpose of frightening the farm er and those who have tobacco Jn theI poolThis will fail of its purpose The managers of the Burley Tobacco So 1 1cletywell know that there is no surplus In the hands of the manufacturers and t a short crop to follow in 1010 makes the excellent crop of 1909 now held in 3ithepool a most valuable piece of property These facts are being com Itmunicated to the poolers Former dis satisfaction is disappearing and the pool setiment is growing rapidly oJAppreciates Notice near Mr Babbage The copy of your paper containing the notice of our ad vertising scheme on Title Bond has been duly received by the writer He desires to thank you very much for your kindlyinterest and this letter is just to express his appreciation Yours Truly Louisville Paper Co T H Stark July 21 1010 Evansville vs Hardinsburg The Gold Blooms of Evansville one of the classiest bunch of amateur ball tossers in Southern Indiana will be the I parIr k dinsburgers have been playing league bait this season and do not intend for the Hoosiers to stop their winning streak A large crowd is expected to- Y witnessi both contests Fuchs and Rob bUts will likely o the twirling for Har dlnsburg rNew Warehouse at GIendeane Col Ernest L Robertson and Frank n Ruppert are building a war house at Glendeaue for handling tobacco bad produce It will be SOxgO feet one c aitoryanda half high The L Iii tilt Lv were kind enough to let the wayIIo iHtliout consideration The railroad llM rcMtl turned over othe towUa tedIii t t t w a I Executive Committee A D Miller of the Richmond Climax who was elected President of the Ken tucky Press Association at its recent meeting at Middlesboro has announced the following Executive Committee for the present year vizi Ed D Shin nick Shelby Record Chairman J R Lemon Mayfield Messenger J R Williams Falmouth Pendletonlan John Lawrence Cadiz Record and C P Cunningham Middlesboro News Congratulations Bro Miller on the excellence of these appointments Winchester Democrat BurleyPool Hon A J Thompson of Gustou was in Irvington last week looking after the Burley tobacco interests Mr Thompson isa redhot pooler He be lieves it is the only salvation for the tobacco grower lie attended the Lex ington meeting held recently and came home full of enthusiasm for the Burley Tobacco Society He says President Lebus is one of the beat business men m the country and he has all conn deuce in his ability to take care of the poolers He says Mr Lebus hut over 500 acres in the pool and why shouldnt he be interested in its success Visiting From Kansas City Mr and Mrs Maynard of Kansas City Mo have been the guests of their cousins Mr Joe Smart and Mr Chas Smart Sunday they were entertained by Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad This week they will visit Mrs Conrad Simons atTobinsport They are having hospitality lavished on them FARMERS HAPPY Big Yield of Wheat and Satis Pricesti Farmers around Glendeane who have fitie feather over the yield They say they havnt had u finer crop In years The beauty about itis the price is 1 per The following parties have threshed sold sad delivered R G Robertson Sons 1300 bushels Ell H Dean 68 bushels D C Moorman 810 bushels Jesse M Howard 559 bushels Jesse Moorman 700 bushels Chas Dean 100 bushels Jeff Hook of Hardinsburg and Green Bros of tails of Rough were the purchasers Gone To Detroit Mr T C Lewis the enterprisin- Jeweler sof Hardisburg is taking hi vacation this week attending the Jewel ers Convention which is holding its annual session in Detroit this week Mr Lewis attends these meeting- every year He says they are a great help to him in his business UNION STAR DISTRICT SundaySchool Association To Be Held At Stephensport July 28 10 a m Opening song Devotional Rev J F Winchell Welcome address Miss Hawkins Response Mr T B Henderson The Mission of the SundaySchool Rev F R Roberts Address Rev G CGebauer Reports of schools- Appointment of committies AFTERNOON Song and prayer service Rev F R RobertsThe duties to the Sunday SchoolRev JF Winchell The SundaySchools place in Educat ionMiss Pink Ricketts Address Prof W M Holding the boys in SundaySchool T D Henderson Address Mrs J F Winchelll 1 Song Intermediate pupils or department Mrs W Jy PIggott The teacher and his work Miss Nell Cashman- Address T C Gabauer Reports of committles R A Shellman area SE Richardson Secy UnionmW G Lawsbn N T Mercer and Rev RKhotlare representing the thdi t Control City thlf week v n If i J SOLE POWER TO DECLARE POOL VESTED IN VOTES OF GROWERS With This Guarantte District Board Elects To Fight Out an Agressive Campaign Along Original LinesEventful Meeting Adjourns I HeraldII The motion which adjourned an eventful meeting of the District Board of the Burley Tobocco Society late Thursday also ordered members to buckle on their armor and go forth to battle as crusaders worthy of their causeThe most important result of a three days meeting that a love feast closed was the unanimous determination to defend their convictions and not change- a contract that they believed was sea worthy At least some who came to champion a per cent clause amendment went away convinced that a real peril had been removed WHIRWIND CAMPAIGN TO START Arguments which had encroached largely upon the sessions of two days bore good fruit in disillusioning some who had been led to believe that a malady afflicted the Burley District they departed convinced that designing quackery was the ill The eyes of others were opened as to the real source of the dissatisfaction complained of and the position and tactics of the enemy were made clearer Confidence was reestablished with courage and a harmonious membership left for homes sanguine that the assur ances they carried would abundantly satisfy their constituencies and enlist them in a whirlwind campaign that will be inaugurated all over the district NO COMPROMISE GROUND The determination of the board to burn bridges behind and wage wa without quarter upon menacing influ ences ties manifest and a fighting getawaydConscious responsibility they elected 0to fearlessly fight out the campaign upon original lines The issue before the growers at large will be either to take an aggressive stand for the pool and the perpetuatio- of the movement or admit that thei hearts are with the enemy No compromise ground will be sanctioned GROWERS TO RAISE POOL ISSUE bearsde power to declare the pool in effect and with the chance of all to gain they have the safeguard of nothing to lose thse board that in signing his own tobacco the old pooler will become an active STEPHENSPORT Mr Signor Blitz of Louisville is the guest of his daughter Mrs W J SchoppMrs Ida Nottingham of Lodiburg was the guest of Mrs W J Schopp SundayMiss Henrietta Dowell of Evansville who has been visiting Miss Esther Payne left Sunday to visit relatives at SampleMrs F R Roberts is able to sit up some after being confined to her bed for several weeks with a broken limb Mrs Bessie Bruington of near Hard ins urgis the guest of her parents Rev and Mrsi F R Roberts The Ice cream supper given by Mrs R A Shellmans Sunday school class Saturday night was well attended Death has again visited our little town and took from the home a mother this time Mrs Sandford Ramsey She andndeath was a relief indeed She was a kind good mother and neighbor and her life has been a sad one but the greater the cross the brighter the crownMrs M L Roberts is visiting in Yel vingtonMrs Jane Gibson who has been visiting several weeks with Mrs Sallie Bennett has returned to her home in CloverportMiss Conn will teach at Holt school beginning the 15th of August Geo McCubbins is at the Jewish hos- pitAl in Loulsvill where he has under gone an operation He is getting along nicely If the best Is hot too gpod for yon Lewisport Best flour is the lour you quzUttp use =ItIl force in enlisting outsiders and that the two will weld together into an in vincible army If the strength of the pool Is less than what these who form it desire all will be released and every grower in the district will be on the same footing I THE REPORT AS ADOPTED Mr LeBus called Mr Mann to the chair and after a general discussion the report was adopted Following is the full text of the report liTo the officers and members of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco SocietyYour committee to whom was refer red the questions taken up for reconsideration i would respectfully beg to submit the following report which we recommend as the proper action for this Board towit We will prior to Octobe 1 1010 or we will recommend that our successors take such action on or before Novem ber 1 submit to the poolers of the1010 crop all information in our possession us to the number of acres of Burley tobacco pooled in the District and the unpooledinthe poolers the responsibility of declaring a pool by vote of the various precincts in each county at the time and in the manner hereinafter suggest ed by the Burley Board or its Committee Each pooler at said election to be questionrthe number of acres he has pooled and will be supplied with a ballot for that purpose After said vote is taken at the precinct the result will be reported immediately to the County Board where a record of same will be made on the minutes of said County Board and the results tabulated and counted nnand the t entirerDistrict will then be ascertained at headquarters by Careful computation and count and the question of deter mining whether or not a pool shall be ascertained by this final court the ma jority of the votes to determine the matter either for or against the pool Signed R H ELLISTON- A E KING L II WILLIS E P MANN M H BOURNE HARDINSBURG Misses Bertha and Nelle Lane of Barbourville returned to their home Saturday after a few days visit to the brotherMrs Ella Oglesby of Cloverport w with Dr and Mrs J E Kiucheloe dui lug the illness of their little son Ro WickliffeMrs Beard has returned from a visit among friends and relathes iin Clrwerport Misses Hannah and Judith Beard ax e the guests of their brother Dr Harold Beard in Livermore this week II IMraGeo M Moss of St Louis en number of young people at the parsonage of the M E church South ou Monday evening Rev Isiah Cline has returned from Clarkston where he attended District ConferenceMr Paul Compton and child ren were the guests of friends and relatives at Garfield Saturday and Sunday Miss Addle K Eskridge returned from Bowling Green where she has been attendingschool Mrs Godfrey Ball has returned after a few Weeks visit in Louisville Frank Haswell is with his parents for a few days Mr and MIB Herbert Beard Mr and Mrs John M Skillman Misses Mar garet Beard Martha and Isabel GardI MoriKincheloe s Ht Cloverport Mrd F A Peaks aud children of Kiugswpod tveretown Saturday shopping 13 t J Master Zeno Hendrick Of the two prizes offered In the Har dinsburg school to the seventh grade pupils who would make the best aver acres in passing to the eighth grade Master Zeno Hendrick whose picture we present won the second he being a close competitor for tho first He is the son of Mr and Mrs Mike Miller and Is an attentive hard working stud ent who promises to be among the leaders in the eighth grade work next year He is a bright manly fellow whose advancement is far above the average for his years school advan tages being considered Earl Thomas son of Mr and Mrs M J Thomas won the first prize He failed to let us have his photograph Death Of Mrs Driskell Mrs Driskell wife of L N Drlskell of Lewisport died at her home there last Saturday of blood poison She was 29 years of age and the daughter of R H Thornhill of Big Spring who was summoned to her bedside but fail ed to reach it before her death Mrs Driskell leaves a husband and one little daughter two years old Texas Visitor Doss Parr of Wylie Texas who has been visiting his brotherinlaw G B Cunningham at Cnenault returned home Monday He and Mr Cunning ham stopped off at Irvington and Me dora Monday to see relatives Mr Parr is a retired farmer LAST NOVEL By John Fox Jr Will be Drama tized Trail of The Lone some Pine Will be Stared In Chicago It has been defintely decided that the latest work of John Fox Jr The Trail of the Lonesome Pine will b dramatized and put on this winter a fone of the leading playhouses o Chicago Tae Trail of the Lonesome Pine Is one of the most popular novels of the past five years and gives an ac count of the life in the mountains off Eastern Kentucky The book has been widely read in this section where he has many kinspeople The drama tization is by Robert M BakerLex ington Herald Mrs R C Richardson and son DS Jr of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Percy Beard Rev Dr J H Young pastor of the Second Memorial church Owensboro iis the guest of the Rev Dr Mather Dr Young will preach at the M E church South Wednesday night Thos J Moore is here for the sum metIf the best is not too good for yo Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Takes Final Vows IrMiss Esther Lewis cf Hardinsburg took her final vows as sister of Ursullne asHer name is now sister Maureen She will have the work of teaching music sonbJ E Lewis Mrs Will Beauchamp Miss Esther McGary and Miss Lula Fowler were present at the ceremonies LOGS TO HAUL 75 or 100000 feet of logs to be deli v ered at J W Stones hay press To be hauled from a mile to a mile and three fourths distance Will pay 5 per thousand Two thirds cash at the end of each week or month and the rest when all the logs are deliveredNat yVICTORIA Mr and Mra Lawrence Shore and little daghter Mildred of West Virginia are the guests of relatives at this placeRandolph Brown of Evausvillc is the guest of Lie cousin Gus Brown Mrs Susan Brown is the guest of her son Mr BenBrown daughtersIndiana i Bridget McGovern IIfckorLicki day en route to his home at Floral ayAliss Mayme Rogers who has been visiting her uncle Thos Rogers noar Jolly returned home Sunday Mr nail Mrs John Ryan gave a dance last Monday night to Mr sad Mrs EtnmettFrldI F Jp I 9 u TRIES TO SAVE- ANIMALS LIFE LOSES HIS OWN John Frakes Prominent Citizen of Irvington Drops Dead After Strenuous Fffort To Prevent Horses Death FUNERAL SERVICES SATURDAY 26SpeclalJohnFrakescom munity and well known for many years as the leading Hotel and Liveryman ofrt droppeddeadFriday afternoon July 22 Mr Frakes was superintending the placing of a wagon in a pond when one of the horses attached to the wagon mired down in the mud of the pond The strenous effort to save the life of the horse proved too great for Mr Frakes and though seemingly perfectly well when at last the dead body of the anl poundMrseen to throw up his hands and drop dead The funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev L K Maypastor of the M E church of which Mr Frakes had recently become a member The interment took place at Branden burg Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock formerlyMissCarrie D Frakes two sisters Mrs Fannie Brandenburg of Chicago Ill and Mrs Robards of New Albany Ind one brother of Tulsa Okla be sides a number of nieces and nephews and many sorrowing friend- sRAYMOND AgefMrs Z C Hendry visited Mrs Winfield Hendry at Irvington last Wednesday Miss Emma Dowell of Clifton Mills visited her sister Mrs C Y Avltt last week Mr and Mrs Buck Gilpin spent last week with his sister Mrs Fannie StiffSchool began here last Monday News was received hero last week of the arrival of a fine girl at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Wright Chula Vista Cal Henry Cashman was at Vanzant last week putting up stones He also sold severalsets while there Carlt Chappell and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with their brother Chester Ohappell of Irvington andudesolate by the death ofour honored and beloved brother and neighbor Mr S A Stiff He was born March 25 1843 died July 18 1910 age 67 years 3 months 23 days at time of death Mr Stiff was a man that was loved by all who had the good fortune to know him About the year 1805 he was married to Miss Elizabeth F Gilpin of West Mowland Co Va and unto this union five children were born He is sur vived by his wife and two sons Bush of Los Angeles Cal and Otis of this place four grand children one brother ti and two sisters and a large number of friends About fourteen years ago he proffesed faith in Christ and united with the Baptist church at this place and has lived a consistent member since and during this time has filled various places in the church and Sunday School at this place being Trustee at i time of death We have not only lost a good neighbor and citizen but the cnurch has sustained a great loss but God knoweth and doeth all things right and we must be submissive to his will The family have the sympathy of the entire community If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best floe is the lour you ought to useriBig Apple Crop Col Bert Cunningham of Chenault says the apple crop in his section is fine He will have 3000 barrels on his farm and Abe Alleu will have 4000 or 5000 The apple crop north is short which will make prices here good ThVbniy trouble he says lbe in getting hand tpdo thepicking 1 rt n 0 c t M Electric BittersSucc- eed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supremo remedy as thousands have testified ANDSTOMACH TROUBLEitover a druggists counter DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p in Cloverport Ky A Picture oflFather and Mother J How it would delight your I children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky livery 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday akakk a ak 5t5ais7a iaaet Ro I FOR SALE ii- ccc g x A numborof Farms dif Parent Sizes and Prices cc I iIi i QryrrrlrrtrtsRfttrrtrr rr Srr K + + NE- WLiveySIabIo I A t h Stephensport Ky I 1 1New Rigs yi Sj New Horses liNewj Open for the Public Near the Depot i If you have any riding or I driving to do Ot if you want i reed of any 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Crew Ten Be ing Killed Outright Two Mortally and Several Others Slightly Injured Washington July 22A breech block of a 12 inch gun of Battery Do Russey at Fortress Monroe Va blow during battle target practice kill ingl three noncommissioned officers and seven privates of the Sixtyninth company of the coast artillery Two other enlisted men received Injuries which probably will be fatal and several others were slightly Injured The accident was the worst in the history of the coast artillery corps Second Lieutenant George L Van Onsen the Sixtyninth company was the on1 commissioned officer Injured His le was broken Lieutenant Colonel Clarence P YMonroe1 dent to the war department Tho ac cident he said was probably duo to the premature ignition of the powder charge before the breech block was securely looked In its place Here are j the names of ten of the dead as reported to the department Sergeant Harry G Hess Charleston W Va Corporal Charles O Adklns I Cincinnati Corporal Albert Bradford Dorothy W Va Privates Roy Duffy Naugatuck W Va John W Chad wick Tazewell Tenn Oliver W King Dayton 0 Alfred W Smith New York Andy J Sullivan Perkins Ky James H Turner Hlpley Tenn Arlie Adey Brandonvlllo W Va Prob ably fatally Injured Private Judd E Hogan Geyor O The following were slightly Injured Privates Orvllle T Rainey FIndlay 0 Ellsworth W Hoffman Pittsburg Pa Charles E Parks Menomlneee Mich William C Sotlesberger Fort Monroe A large party of high ranking officers of the army went to Fort Monroe from Washington to see the annualI battle practice which was held as a part of the commencement exercise of the officers school at the fort It was to simulate actual battle condji tions as far as possible by firing all1 the big guns of the fort at an Imaginary enemy represented by a moving target supposed to be entering Ches apeake bay It was during this prac flee that the accident occurred After placing In the gun a projectile weigh Ing 101td pounds and a powder charge of 270 pounds the breech block 1Is closed and locked before the gun fIs fired In the present Instance so ordnance experts here think a spark from the previous charge must have j Ignited the powder before the gun crew could lock the breech block In battle practice such as was being had the gunners fire as rapidly as possible This It Is beMcved here resulted ini i the Introduction of the charge into thei breech before sparks of the previous si firing had been extinguished The ac I cldent Is what Is technically known asi I a flare back Such accidents havei 1 occurred several times In the navy Tho coast artillery however has beeni unusually free from serious accident this being the first of the flareback character that has occurred I II I A Frightful Wreckfof train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrHKlons sprains or ArnlcMk a robot and 1 IIhurll9J chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25 cents at Severs Drug C- oNOTICE 1 Please do not ask v to publish card a of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D BabbageII Gh lldr n cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I COUNTESS MINT Called the MOlt Deautl 1fulr Woman In England DEFAULTER LIVED DREGg ears of Suspense Sufferedd I By Lowery Utica N Y July 21J Howard Lowery assistant cashier who made away with 144000 of the funds of the 1 Utica City National bank and who now 1languishes In the Utica jail following Jhis arrest in Philadelphia has made a clean breast of his wrongdoing andI his methods to the bank officials andI has turned over to them 15000 hi real theItime he first made false entries in his I books at the bank he lived a life of I anxiety and dread He dared not leavo I 1 his desk even for a day He nev orII took a vacation Tho visits of the a aminers were occasions of terrible suspense The false figures had to be carried forward and renewed from time to time so that the totals would appear right- Through three or four years Lowe carried this load of earn and wore a mask of pleasantry He was always smiling and affable to the who came to his window customersII his fellow clerks he was ap parently care free I qr2J2iII I I i The Kind You Have Always Boughtt Bears tho71fSignature of LYNCHING THREATENED West Virginia Community Wrought UpI Over Outrage Against Child I II Wheeling W Va July 23Johnland Jackson an ex convict was captured at Claysvllle Penn charged with abIducting Mary Maurer a sixyearold girl of McMechin and of a prominent family Tho man is forty years oldI1 I He grabbed the child and kept her onIa hill all night subjecting her to indlgI nltles An angry mob pursued him I and fifty shots were fired but ho esi caped Ho was brought back under a heavy guard to prevent lynching and j lodged in the Moundaville prison I I I Feeling runs high hero and trouble Is I I J I Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Deans nit rt ment cures itching bleeding or protru pyles after years of suffering At any drug store A ThreeCornered Shooting In a shooting affray on Ilichland creek Knox county Ky William Will llama white was killed and James Parrott fatally wounded John Bolin stock buyer surrendered to the au thoritles and says ho shot the others selfdefense The men had had previous trouble and when they met on a country road the shooting began For the Best results try News Want Ads Nurse Says I know what is good for young and old people writes Mrs Clara Dykstra a trained nurse BellinghamWash thatIbestmedicine themfeellieves their pain and reg troublesBothI received great benefit E51Take keCARDUI The Womans Tonic As a medicine for fe male trouble no medi cine you can get has the reputationthat Fifty 50 years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all TIMEAs men Cardui is the best be tonicdliable Try Cardui NOW SHES SORRY t THAT SHE SPOKE Visions of Royally Dazzled This IAmerican Girl SHES REPENTING AT LEISURE I Maryland Girl Became Acquainted With Married and Separated From ryLord Preston All Within Twenty DaysIt Was Then Found That His MuchVaunted Castles Were of Aerl al Variety and She Wants Divorce Mrs Irene F Stanley through her CecilIfor an absolute divorce fom her husband Henry F Stanley who in June 1907 practically had the people In Ce titlestThe couple became acquainted were married and were separated all within twenty days when the handsome castles the bride was to preside over in the old country proved to be myths Stanley claiming to be Lord Pres ton Earl of Aberdeen and several other titles in 1907 became the guest of Joseph McVey one of the largest owners In Calvert section He dazzled the McVey family with a story of his high connections and immense wealth but confided to the Dean fam lly that he was embarrassed by the fullIolTeredI to give any member of the family the sum of 1000 if they would Introduce him to a young lady who had been ac customed to wealth and that could EngIseveral young ladles among them be- Ing Miss Irene Clayton Stanley pro posed Miss Clayton accepted him and set July 2 as the 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Mngr a The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 52 00 rate principalfrom this principal theatres Street cars pass tho door to all parts of the city- Everythtng neat and clean t1 Tyra ryTrrs rirrrsrrrr a nrr T T+ Yrr Y rY3T 7 13 lAnything to Sell or Trade 1If have usIwill sure find a buyer or a trader for it right away i News Want Ads Bring Results ml1 T theNewsseei ni T I r j 1- I isi tr a THE SITUATION OVER IN OHIO 11Republicans Dividedd teM IIChoice For Governor 1 1f LOOKING TO THE MAIN POINT ifi i In the Convention Upon Which Eyes of the Nation Are Turning This Week f the Important Consideration With l f fLeaders Is That Everything Must Be Done to Restore the Presidents Own State to the Republicans +tL If j Thb Republicans of Ohio began ear 1 ly to tune up for their state conven i tion the first session of which was held in Columbus Tuesday On only unaniImltyc Republicans on hand and this is everything must be done to savo the w 4presidents own state next fall of the Republicans on the ground admit tho Democrats nominat X Xed1 an exceedingly strong ticket at Dayton and that the slightest mistake now might lead to the reelection of Governor Judson Harmon It is as serted that for the president to lose i j his own state next fall in the firsti election following the passage of the PayneAldrlch tariff bill and other Important Taft measures would be a dire political calamity and might lead to mighty embarrassing conditions in the presidential year of 1912 Senators Burton and Dick and their friends have discussed tho situation as to candidates for governor and while George B Cox and his friends continuo to stoutly assert that Brltt Brown Judge of tho court of OrenI non pleas at Dayton is surely NICHOLAS LONGWORTH nominated if not on the first certainly on the second ballot the present sit nation is that it is Brown against the field and a strong field consisting of Warren G Harding James Rudolph Garfield Carml Thompson Grenville W Moonoy and Representative Nich olas Longworth ex President Roose volts soninlaw The process of elimination and in duction has begun Cox claims 450 delegates for Brown of the 1066 ia the convention The field insists that Cox Is off on his reckoning If Senator Burton and Senator Dick received any encouragement what ever from Taft on their visit to Boy erly It was to see to it that neither Judgo Brown nor Garfield was nominated for governor Brown is an old time follower of Cox and Cox it is in sisted by those experienced in Ohio politics is reaching out for control of the Republican organization in the state Cox for a decade and more has been the Republican dictator of Cin f cinnati Since tho retirement of For t aker the state has been without ft leader and there are astute ones who say they are perfectly satisfied that tit Burton himself desires to be state t leader and that the developments of the next two days will surely portray this ambition on his part In the effort to eliminate Judge Brown It is pointed out that In this progressive period no oldtime politi cal iioss like Brown and no dictatorial political boss like Cox can be recog nized and that Brown in a campaign against Harmon would be beaten Then too it is added that all the Dem ocrats would have to do for campaign material would be to trot out W H Tafts speech at Akron In 1905 when as secretary of war in Roosevelts cab- Inet ho said that if ho could bo at homo In Cincinnati to vote on election day he would certainly vote against Boss Coxs candidates Coming along to Representative Longworth his friends say that tinder no conditions is ho a candidate for governor The story is that Longworth who gets his nominations for congress by the favor of Mr Cox of Cincinnati informed Mr Cox as early as last March that he was not and would apt be a candidate for 1 governor that he desired to remain in congress which was his best field i of action Thereupon Wade Elllsg executive committee selected Long worth lobo temporary chairman of i this convention l i VQntlotlKrnote of the Republican c mjtilgn ins state Ityisa fiiambsr oJKie ways and Bjeatil committee whJB framed i BC pArt of th Uri ll PROGRAMME Of SundaySchool Convention to be Held at Irving ton on the Evening of July 29 arid all Day on the 30th EVENING SESSION 74G DeVotional Exercises JBWeaverrl Appointment of Corn Ittes- r MORNING SESSION 45 Devotional Services Rev Winchel Welcome AddressMrsv R B McGlothlan Response J P Haswell Jr Reading of Minutes of Last Convention 1020 Investment and Dividend tRev L K May 1030 Song The SundaySchool and The Great ComrnhslonRev J T Lewis 1015 The Graded Lessont Prof11R Warner Enrollment of Delegates Report of District Secretaries The Worlds SundaySchool ConventionRev T C Gebauer AFTERNOON CESSION 130 Devotional ServicesRev A Mather Report of Secretary and Treasurer 150 Educational Methods with the Coming Christian Generations Prof W M Martin 205 Our Opportunity and How to Meet it 1 Rev G P Dillon 220 Song The Organized Adult Bible ClassTheir Opportunity and Work Rev R F Adair 240 How to Impress Spiritual TruthsMrs W J Piggott 25 Temperance and How to Make the Lesson CountRev T C Gebauer Song 320 Report of Departmental Superintendents- The Public School and SundaySchool and How Each May Serve the Other Andrew Driskell Report of Committees Other Business Adjournment I WEAKWEARY WOMEN Learn The Cause Of Daily Woes And End Them When the back aches and throbs When housework is tortue When night brings no rest nor sleep When urinary disorders set in Womans lot is a weary one There is a way to escape these woes Downs Kidney Pills cure such ills Have cured thousands Read this womans testimony Mrs A Baur 737 Mulberry St Owensboro Ky says I have used Doans Kidney Pills and have found them to be unequalled for kidney trouble and lame back This remedy also corrected a difficulty with the kid ney secretions I sleep much better since using Doans Kidney Pills and that languid feeling has disappeared For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeober the name Doans and take no other 1 00 0 + 0 0 + + jo + + + + + + + + + rWlEF DISPATCHES 4 + + + + + + + + 4 + 4 + + 4 + + + 4 The Mexican government is to con struct a fleet of aeroplanes for use In military affairs Major General Leonard Wood has actively assumed his duties as chief of staff of the army- Venezuela next year will celebrate the lOth anniversary of the Indepeu dence of the country- It is said that losses from shop lifting total not less than 1000000 a year in Pittsburg stores Jack Johnson heavyweight cham pion was arrested at Now York on a charge of recklessly driving his auto Thirteen people were badly cut up and bruised in n rear end trolley col lision on Ocean avenue Sheepshead BayThe American Telephone and Tele graph company has bought the control of the Michigan State Telephone com pony Shop employes of the Louisville Nashville at Louisville have boon given an unsolicited Increase of 6 per cent In wages Miss Caroline Hazard president of Wellesloy college for tho past eleven years and ono of the countrys host known women educators has resigned A revolution has started at Colba against President Davila of Honduras There are about fifty Insurgents Hiram P Wasson head of ono of Indianapollss largest department stores Is dead at his home In that city Pop Geors the veteran driver who was severely injured by being thrown i from his sulky at Grand Rapids is out againThe Rev Athelstano Arthur Hall an English clergyman of tho established church killed himself In a Now York park by shooting Cube root compound fractions partial payments and such arithmeticI stunts are to be eliminated from the curriculum of the DesMolnes public schoolsCummins is given credit In Iowa with being behind a movement to form a new party which shall combine theI progressive leadgrg of both Republican and Democratic parties InocIRI or4erg sued by JreptaquI tf Maddi of NJcarsucwA to ills command fr fng oflicers ho gives instructions that all prisoners Including Americans shall bo shot without mercy A flareback during target practice at Ft Monroe caused the death of ten soldiers x Chicago has a total population of 2100000 according to an estimate based on the results of the school cen sus William J Craig a rich oil man was found dead hanging by the neck In his apartments In the St Francis hospital at Plttsburg Heavy fighting has occurred In Liberia near Capo Palmas between the natives and Liberian troops The lat ter were defeated In a battle between a deputy sher iff and a party of negroes near Elliott Miss five negroes were killed and two mortally wounded Someone has been making counto feit half dollars In the Massachusetts state prison The warden admits it but he wont tell who the man was Owing to the damage done by Inces sant rains the prospect for a large cot ton crop has passed and tho production of even a normal crop is by no means assured The strike on the Grand Trunk will be submitted to a Canadian govern ment board of arbitration for adjust mentPresident Taft thinks that three months or at least two months is about the right stretch for the annual vacationFor a Bolton Tex constable Henry Gentry a negro was killed upon resisting arrest and his body burned in the public square Fred Kepner and Robert Abbott ticket sellers at the Indianapolis union station were drowned while swimming in White river at Broad Ripple Miss Kate Mahoney of Troy N Y was elected supreme president of tho Ladles Catholic Benevolent association In convention at Cleveland Mrs Alfred Dalby a New York chorus girl was shot and mortally wounded by her jealous husband who then unsuccessfully tried to kill him self A hurricane in northern Italy tilled more than sixty persons and injured hundredsColonel Roosevelt Isat work on tho speeches ho will make on his coming western trip The financial situation at Shanghai is serious Three native banks have failed Involving thesstispension of nine other banks Illinois miners who for months have been onla strike will vote on a com promise proposition looking to the re opening of the mines Tho workof the bureau of mines for the first year will be a continuation and expansion of the work carried on by tiny technologic branch of the geo logical survey William J Bryan denies the story sent out from Lincoln Nob that ho would lead a bojt from tho Democratic convention in Nebraska and organize a rump convention Conditions In Honduras relative to the reported revolution have been somewhat cleared by the announce anent that the IHonllla revolution move iienl had proved a fiasco True Charges She Did you see where some man declares that women are not honest Ho Well tars right In saying so She flercelyi When did yon seer know me tenderlynWhen you robbed mo ot my peace ol mind and sfolemk heart you dear lit lie thiefl herf York World n o a- rYU j The Cloverport Ice Co i IjjIsc now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 I I ordersI I I IItention 1 Marion Weatherlrolt secyJjj- V II BOWMKK President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRJDGE 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 TimelDeposlts u DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W II Bowmor Jno C Jarboe O T Skillman A B Fisher r Olln dM s O M tIqdVbA MOeM OswiII A Ab A lo STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co HARDINSBURG KYtt At the close of business June SO 1910 f RESOURCES Notes and BillsM 294635 18 Cash in Safe 17914 23 Cash in other Banks t 28069 28 Stocks and Bonds 12107 61 Banking House and LotL 1800 00 II Other Real Estate 136 79 Furniture and Fixtures 400 00 I LIABILITIES Total 355063 091 Capital Stock paid in 50000 00II Surplus and Undivided Profits 15516 96 Dividend No 40 4 percent 2000 00 Amount Due Depositors 287546 13 TotaL 355063 09 Very respectfullyM I BEARD Cashier f IVithI have been good times and had times when money was close and times when money was easy investments difficult to find We feel that no one will question our claim that we have met all these situations with credit to ourselves and satisfaction to our patrons In lush times of nndII money we have managed our business in a conservative manner and kept clear of wild invct In closo times wo have been as liberal with our borrowers as their necessities demanded and permitted Wo believe we can assure the public that we are in position to give them oven suretIIservice in the future than wo have in the past because wo are larger and strongerI and have in knowledge by our twenty years experience q sSrt or1A N r1Ai Ar1i rr1I 0 + Arr1A r Plump BirdieIShe after the service You dreadful fellow Why did you smile during the offertory He 1 couldnt help It There was Miss Addle Pose singing IIiul lI the wlugs of H dove The inentnli picture of u 200 pounder trying u fly with u pair of four inch wings IVHS too much for me IIn Bohemia How did you enjoy her bohemian evening It wasnt much Both the epigrams and the sandwiches were stale Washington Herald Sure Sign How do you know theyre mar ri YCant you see1 lies making her bait her own fishhooks Detrplt Free Press AddedChurch pops your neighbor play that cprnet without notes Gotham Yes but not without commentf Yonkers tMesjnan it- DISASTER AT SEA More Than Two Hundred Japanese Drowned Off Korean Coast Toklo dispatch Tatsural Marti ono of the steamers plying between Kobo and Dalran sank Saturday night oft Chlndo Korea carrying down 200 out of 24G passengers WEBSTER Miss Edna Barr of Owensboro is visiting Miss Myrtle Lyddan Miss Maye and Blanche Claycomb and Miss Bessie Pierce are visiting friends and relatives here this week Miss Vera McGavock and Dan Mc Gavpck were the guests of Miss Stella Wright Sunday Arthur Drane visited Miss Nannie jcWley SundayIsautesI Ora Hendrick who has been Jn returndj1o07 Misses Maye Bandy and Vera Me Gavock visited Mrs Sue Bandy last weekMiss Belva French of Stephcn port and Miss Era Smith of Guston are visiting their aunt Mrs II C Had dock a Mrs Childs of Ekrcn spent last week the guest of her daughter Mrs Wm Hall Jr Misses Alta and Mildred St Clair spent Sunday with Mrs TJ Compton Mr and Mrs Guy Bandy of Bewley viiie spent Sunday with T J Comp tonErnest Compton visited relatives at Mooleyville last week Judging by the pleasing smiles that the old bachelors are wearing one would think that cherries were ripe but Dolt is because sq many pretty summer girls are visiting In our tbwriV= t If the beat is pot too good for you Lewis oft J3est1l9pristh lour yoltt r aught to uie w 9 r O I- 1 F iF 1i r c TVC 0 i n = O = Z rF TIE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO j J Wednesdayft adnncet for at the rate 0 10 cents per line- OBITUARIESt charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino money in advance pleasetnotify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give fi their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES j ai = CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1910 Democratic Ticket For Appellate Judge t E SETTLE tForl Congress HON BEN JOHNSON j UNJUST SUITS FOR DAMAGES The following timely editorial is from the Hancock Clarion There are a number of people nursing alleged injuries as a result of the wreck on the Henderson Route Sunday night Several com petent physicians have examined them and unite in declaring thatI none are injured though it is wonderful how they escaped These people it is believed are preparing for an assault on the railroad for damages when as a matter of fact they are not damaged Hancock county juries should remember these things and when such an issue is reached give to the railroad that justice they would want for themselves The railroads have enough troubles of their own nodII the time is now here when we can afford to be fair with them It is about ten to one that when these personal injury cuses get into the courts the railroad has made every reasonable effort to settle them outside but the parties arc attempting to hold them up for an exor bitant sum if indeed they are entitled to anything at all Let other counties practice extortion All the Clarion says is true It seems that there are few people who get hurt by a corporation who do not try to mulct it for heavy I damages Some people who claim to have been permanently injured and assort that they must go through the remainder of their natural lives as cripples hobble around on crutches until their suit for damages is finally disposed of in the courts Then the crutches are dis carded and the permanently injured plaintiff becomes as spry as over The recovery is something marvelous and astounds the doc torsAThat sort of thing has been worked to an excess in the courts of Daviess county but the juries in Daviess are fair and unless a clean clear case is made out the verdict is for the defendant There seems to be an idea among Some people that all you have to do to recover damages against a corporation is to file your snit andII have prejudiced ing damages against the corpozation regardless of the evidence But the farmers of Daviess county have taught several plaintiffs that the farmer may have grievances against a number of corporations but still ho is a fair minded man and is ready to render full justice even unto a corporation that has heaped upon him unjust burdens- If damages are secured through Daviess county juries the plain tiff must prove beyond question that he is entitled to damages Owensboro Inquirer J STILL CELEBRATING OUR SIRTHDAT I For the last ten days we have boon celebrating our birthday We were not quite certain of the date and were too lazy to look it up in t the family Bible However we think it is a line way to celebrate Mrj Babbago hud apple dumpling every other day and plain cake between times trying to hit the right date Our neighbors and friends sent in good things to eat congratulations and heartiest wishes from day to day Wo dressed up every morning for the occasion and the only objection wo could make to this all week celebration is that its hard on ones Sunday clothes Wo have also re J ceived some letters for which we are grateful and one is as follows Dear Mr Babbago I thought it bet to drap you a line to congratulate you on passing the G5 mile stone in life and also con gratulating JOlt on successfully steering tho Nowsthrough 34 years of ups and downs and both coming out on top all smiles May you bo handed down to the rising generations as the Henry Watterson of wanderfaway from old mother Kentucky but a fond remembrance will always linger with us for her and the many friends we left behind May the Holy Saints continue to hover over all of you is my earnest wish Edgar Adkisson Red Fork Oklahoma July 18 1910 An interesting program of tho Sunday School Convention to be heldat Irvington next Saturday appears on our third page If you want to get enthused on Sunday School work you should not fail to attend this convention Irvington is a live Sunday School town as wellas a live business town and youll be treatedall right Wo feel sorry for John W Barr president of the Fidelity Trust Company and hie heard of director They were fooled in theirman like all honest men sometimes are But like honest men and heroes they are standing by their old ship pledging their last dollar to pull her through The wheat corn and tobacco crops are fine in this county There is some complaint around Hardinsburg about the tobacco crop being short in that section but from all other points the crop is reported good Breckenridgo county farmers never had a brighter future The Fidelity Trust Company of Louisville is one of the oldest institutions of tho kind in the State yet one one of its trusted em ployees got away with a million one hundred and forty thousand dollars The stock has dropped from 335 to 1 There is no doubt but what Irvington folks will put up the best things they have for the Sunday School delegates next Saturday Former President Roosevelt will speak for the reelection of Senator Lodge in Massachusettss Judge Settle of the Court of Appeals has decided that the County High School does not necessarily have to be built at the county seat but may be at any other point where sufficient funds are raised The police of the city 01 Louisville have made a thorough search over the West for Wondling the murderer of Alma Kellner but without results Vie Robertson says they are going to have one of the best fairs this year they have over had Plenty of fine stock coming 1Good live reading on every page in this paper You cant head us oir when it comes to publishing a live country weekly The people of Texas have voted in favor of submitting a Pro hibition amendment to their State Constitution The tobacco crop in the Burley district is said to be short this season and there will not be over half a crop The political pot is beginning to boil at Hardinsburg Tom Moore is there The editorial page of the Lxeington Herald is one of the best in the State In Love With Kentucky Mr and Mrs I lfF Barnes of Rock Island III came in last week to visit Mr Barnes parents Mr and Mrs J S Barnes who live near New Bethel this county It was Mrs Barnes first visit to Kentucky She went lame feeling that she had met a kind hospitable social people entirely different from what she had heard about them Mrs Barnes said she was actually afraid to come to Kentucky she hail heard so much about the feuds and killings She returned home feeling proud of Ken lucky and that she had married n Kentuckian Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal ca tarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensi tive membrane that lines the air pass ages It is made to overcome the dis ease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocaine nor mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it Price flOc Mailed by Elys Bros 56 Warren Street New York If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the Hour you ought to use r STORIES WK1TTEM While The Press Thunders BY LOUISE rIt1 It seemed last week that everybodys heart went downthe heavy rains seemed disaster to the wheat crop and people in town and In the country were anything but joyous We ran across one person who passed tht News office with a good recipie for the blues He said Well I just slammed the door on a stack of blues as high as a bedstead this morning and now I am OF K I always leave them at home He was as jolly as though the Hardinsburg baseball fellows had won a score over Louisville Colonels and no one would iimagine that Jeff Dillon could get the buesWhen you get em slam the door on em said Mr Dillon 000 W H Bowmer came in the News office Monday morning to renew his subscription to the News Beside tak ing the paper thirtyfive years for him self he has been sending it to his children since they have married and gone from Cloverport Mr Bowmer said that one thing that enabled him to always support the News was a step he took in his mercantile business in the seventies He and Mr Marion Ham bleton were in business together and its situation became very shaky so they closed the doors of their store one day and decided 6n a plan to save their business The next day Mr Bowmer stood at his door and told every cus tomer that he and Mr Hambleton were uup against it and had to sell their goods for cash Mr Hambleton stood behind the counter awl Mr Bowmer stayed at the door for four days and started this cash system which they continued for seven years Only one man became offended because he was refused credit This gave Mr Bow mer his start to success and he has al I ways ee t one of the most prompt cutomers of the News Mr Bowmer also said that advertising played a part in his undertaking He sent out circulars j allaver Hancock and Breckenridgo county about hlscash business and low t prices The cash system is the only certain way to success to hear Mr I Bowmer tell ft 000 uThe editorial you gave us in your last issuecommentingon the announce ment made by us was to the point and I am sure will be a material aid to us T We thank you very much for this as well as the other nice things you have i said about us Very Respectfully M I BF Kincheloe Along with the dollars words of appreciation are worth a great deal and the editor of the News certalnff ly was pleased with this note from Mr Kincheloef000 Sam Conrad and Marion Behen are making beautiful places out of their homes in the West End Mr Conrad has filled his front yard even with the side walk and has an attractive iron fence On the north side of the yard a stone wall about five feet high has been built and this will be covered with climbing roses in another season Mr i Behens place is greatly improved with tt- a cement pavement and walks No prettier homes are in town than these 000 Mayor Barry and the citizens of Clo J verport are busy getting ready for theIMasons barbecue August 18 The streets are being cleaned yards are be ing beautified and many homes are beIj I ing dressed up for the occasion The residence of Mr and Mrs James CorII drey is being newly painted in buff I r A I erne COW For Sale rl3yearsoldrl full stock Perfectly gentle and kind sound and no bad habits This is her second calf Both are my own breeding and raising 6500 and easily worth it right now or you will them missrr r I II- tOr P W Foote 1 Irvington Ky Route No 1 f rwV Vr rl rlrre J LJGet Your Job Work Done Here fR fS etmmsimB 9i11 tS I I FAIRI14t2F ki lt t of I AT HARDINSBURQJ August 30= 31 and Sept 1 m 1 l IA Clean Moral Agricultural Exposition Something to Suit Iii the Taste of Everybody IA of Products A Horse I andPoultryIthe State A REAL KENTUCKY FAIR IY y Seetaryro1 ii- LI J I I I uliI1 ir cflAA JaL Jisw v rr 1 If s Reliable Rumedy t FO- RCATARRH 1IvsCraam Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once 1cleanses soothes and protects diseased mean Inane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size GO ctsnt Druggists or by mall Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts lEly Brothers 56 Warren Street New York 5 She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1910 4 4 ati 11Local Laconics I Iwr Orville Perkins was hone from Lou isville Sunday Si1 Prof McCoy has returned home from Bowling Qreen Mr and Mrs Hugh Barret have re tai ned from Owensboro VMIss May D Chapin is visiting ref d iatives in Qwensboro f 1 Miss Eloise Nolte is in Louisville this rr i week visiting relativesI f I Miss Katherine Wroe has returned home from Bowling Green r w John D Babbage Jr of Nashville IL Tennwas home Sunday iItiI6 Miss Eunice Jennings has returned Tf home from Bowling Green ff4lMrs Helen Adams is visiting Mrs IfChas Heston in Hnrdinsburg f0Mrs Sandy Hendry of West Point RaymondjiTi3 1 ji fRev Frank Farmer and Edward Mor prison are spending this week in Hender son i I itfkJj Heist of Louisville has been fttie gurst of his sister Mrs Elizabeth Keith ii Oscar Carr of Cannelton spent Sun ffday Here with Mr and Mrs Proctor KeithlSias Chas B Skillman and daugh jMter Miss Elizabeth have returned to j a rWri IjMorganfield I ii Miss Mamie Gardner of New York N arrived Thursday afternoon to visit J IflMrs Fallon i I r jv Ifjthe best is not too good for you yCujibttGMrs H V Duncan is in Louisville jc forcthroat trouble Mrs Sullivan and Miss Elizabeth Woods left Monday for Ekron to visit Mrs R D Witt r t Mrs Alfred Wright of Reynolds Stark tionl was the guest of Mr and Mrs A lipN Simons Sunday iMrJ A A LaHeist of New Albany jjfo was the guest of Mrs LaHeist and Mr P JoeLaHeist Sundayr 1 PM JJ Whitworth of Lodiburg went tp Garfield last week to see his sister y6Mrs Bessie Compton i fr fMr and Mrs Fred McDonald o- fiDixon will arrive this week to visit jii11 rs Frank Mattingly I jJg Emma Sippel of Louisville is 1 IfjVlvisiting her grandmother Mrs J W Owen of Earlington Ky VJ I can take acknowledgements to all gjfc papers deeds mortgages and contracts i =V G Babbage Notary Public J Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven and Miss it Louise Bonner were in Louisville last week Miss Bonner has returned to TexasMr and Mrs Will Withers of Kirk was here last week to see Mrs Ben Ridgeway who was slightly improved yesterdayMrs Elizabeth Keith and granddaughter Miss Pauline Moorman leave today for Khzabethtown for a visit to relativesMrs L Legters has had the ad dress of her paper changed from Mt Hermen Cal to 326 N Fourth St San Jose Cal Dont forget to drop in and see Fred Sadenwater when you go to Irvington- If you want a clean shave or an up to date hair cut S F Keys of West Point is recon structing the bridge spanning Bull creek above town which has been im passible for sometime G A Pierson wife and little daugh ter Marion of Louisville were enter tained to an allday dinnerparty at the home of Mrs J M Fitch Sunday Miss Helen Bishop of Decatur 111 who has been the guest of Mrs Frank Mattingly has returned home She was accompanied as far as Evansvillo by Dr McDonald- J M Fitch who submitted to a slight but painful operation last week is able to be out again He is full of praise for his physicians Drs F L and Chas Lightfoot for their attention Mr and Mrs Edwin Wroe left Friday for Flemingsburg to make their home after a short stay here with his parents Mr and Mrs Thos Wroe They will RO to housekeeping nt once in a new residenceL Addison came down Monday from Louisville to see his wife and look after his farm and distillery Mr Addison says he will have five or six thousand barrels of apple on his place this year Jaa Younger and daughter Eudora and mother Mrs Lucy Younger re turned from West Point Monday night Owen Brashear of Shrevesport La was with them Mr Brashear returned to Ms home Tuesday Edward Gregory left today to adver tise the Breckenridge County Fair Mr Gregory will post bills over Ohio Gray son Davis Hardin Meade and Breck enridge Counties and lPerry Crawford and Harrison Counties Ind During his absence from the city Casper and Nor man will look after his wall paper trade POE SALEFEW CHOICE JERSEY COWS H F GAR SUCH IRVINGTON KY R F D NO2 1in1 Society Society has been continuously busy and Miss Louise Aud and Miss Jennie Mabel Harris have been the cause One would have to draw straws to see who was more entertained Miss Aud or Miss Harris The latter Is a former home girl and Miss Aud is the daugh ter of a former Cloverport girl Mrs Edgar Aud who was Miss Jennie Murray Mrs Morris Beard of Hardins burg and Miss Aud came last Wed nesday and were houseguests of Mrs Fred Ferry until Sunday The affairs I i j rt Ladies Shoes Ladies Mayflowers in i nowX2 00leather was 250 i Ladies Satins in Patent leath i er and Gun petal was 2 i i D 1 fory i r t i 15ktif i 1 Low Cuts nilAt4 to clean up Cost J Ladies Wash Suits in nil col I ors worth 500 now 1tjS i Ladies French Low Cuts in Patent r leather was 300 i X225ryW i a These are RealI Bargains t Mens Shoes Big reduction in Low Shoes ut Alox II IIiIt nndors to clean up broken lots given for the young girls last weekare as follows So o 0 Miss Jennie Mabel Harris was the guest of honor ata supper given Thursday night by Misses Eva and Edith Plank The guests were Misses Ree and Martha Willis Miss Anne Jarboo and Miss Harris At eight oclock several of the young men called at the house and a good old fashioned time was enjoyed 000 Friday evening Miss Roe Willis and Miss Martha Willis gave a neighbor hood party in compliment to Miss Har ris The invited guests were Miss Louise Aud Misses Plank Miss Harris Mr and Mrs Harry Newsom Messrs Harry Weatherholt Thos Fer ry Colin Miller Dr Boone and Dr and Mrs Ray Boone 000 Miss Anne S Jarboe entertained tho Tennis Club Friday afternoon and the guests played until dark ran them home The players are becoming moret enthusiastic every week over the sport 000 Mrs W H Bowmer gave a recep tion Thursday afternoon from three to five oclock in honor of Miss Louise AudI 000 Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry gave a launch patty on theII Mary Jane I Thursday evening for Miss Aud Twentyone guests were invit ed and a delightful trip to Stephensport was made 000 Misses Carrie and Claudia Pate gave a twelve oclock dinner party Saturday In honor of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris The guests had such a good time for the Pate girls lknow how to make their friends enjoy themselves 000 Miss Louise Aud and Mrs Morris Beard were entertained Friday at the McGavock country home and Satur day at the Skillman home 000 Mr and Mrs H A Oelxe were host and hostess Sunday at a dinner given in honor of Mrs Sullivan of Louis ville The guests were Mr and Mrs Morris Beard of Hardinsburg Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze Miss Clara Heston Mrs Adams Little Miss Elizabeth Woods Miss Mary Owen Oelze and Mr Robert Oelze Louisville Market Report Louisville July 26 1010 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry new 103 and 105 Corn No 2 white 1- 1OatsNo2 mixed 46 EggsMarket easy case count 1334 17PoultryHens perlb16c ducks lOc turkeys 12c- CMIvEsMarket lower best 750 3 00 medium UCO 7r0 common J300 6110 LambsMarket better The best brought 7 25 7 50 srconds 5 25 f550 nulls J3 50 4 50 Fair demand for fancy stock ewes HogsThe market ruled 15 cents higher on all grades selected heavy hogs 200 Ibs and up 8 mediums 105 to 200 Ibn fg light shippers and heavy pigs 00 to 165 Ibs 1920 light pigs 8 20 roughs 810 down Local dealers are paying the follow ingprlces for new potatoes 110 bbl green apples f 250 bbl new cabbage 50 cents crate onions 150 bbl Pair Fine Pigs T H Hardaway of Gust on received last week a pair of thoroughbred Ham shire pigs for which ho paid 65 Mens Patroit Low Cuts in Gun Metal 00nosyMens Pilgrim Low Cut Patent loath er wits and OInnttl 275 lions Plunk Low Cuts in Patent math 50waslens Nutcracker and Tan Patent 0wilai 1 Mens and Boys ClothingB- ig reduction in at Alex anders to clean up broken lots A B Kirschbaum allwool suits at greatly reduced prices h1i WantS+ + For RentFine Farm FOIl HENTA farm above Mrs L T Ho hillAbout00acresready to turn grass and weeds under for wheat 10 or 18 acres new around fine tobac co land extra line IIousu and barn Kor 2725vlefferson For Sale16 fl Steam Boat Yawl FOR SALE One t0 toot steam host Yawl 10 JJ Sawyer Uloverport Ky For Sale Thoroughbred Pigs FOIL SALEThree Jlamshlreph 2 months two male und onugllt thoroughbred TUFor Sale Scholarship BowlingGreenmentof that University BreckenrldgoNaws Oloverport Iy CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Everything for Hot Weather Comfort Severs Drug Cot wr 4 Henderson Route Notes Just Fifteen Dollars 1550 from Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return July 10 Good to return reaching Cloverport not rater than midnight August 3rd Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on sale June let to Sept 30 in clusive returning not later than Oct 31st Houieseekers rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Henderson County Fair Henderson Ky July 20272829 30 Good to tripfromJune 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train RoughTheretrain for Ealls of Rough 1021 Cloverport to Atlantic City and return Aug 4 1910 Good return ing reaching Cloverport not later than midnight Aug 20 Hardinsburff Party Take Boat Trip A party of young people were given a launch trip to Stephensportand Little Tar Springs Sunday by Dr and Mrs Forrest Lighttoot The guests were Mr and Mrs Alvin Skillman Mr and Mrs John Skillman Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard Misses Martha and Isabelle Gardner Miss Margaret Beard Messrs Arthur Beard Morris Kinche loe and Cleveland Scherfius SUBSCRIBE oolI 0 o Selling Lots 0 0of Oxfords 00These Hot Daysdl j Mens Oxfords fj Ladies Oxfords a Childrens Oxfordsn gj Tennis Oxfords for Boys and Men o n Barefoot Sandals Infants Canvas H y Sandals Let US fit you a 00- QQ JsC NOLTE BRO l0 CLOVERPORT KY jj- ll I 0Jil 101 II I0 JI Q LAND LAND LAND best Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to lr vest In THE the Great Panhandle of Texas The soil Is rfrh and productive and you can grow line crops of Wheat Oats Bye Alfalfa Corn Itlflin corn Millet Broomcorn Sorghum Maize Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texas you can pet three or four crops of Alfalfa each your which will average a ton to the nero at each cutting The hot of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones no hot winds Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year ITo anyone who buys a section of Ills land 11340 acres I will cuarantvf them the above named profit the first ymr and when they have made tho first payment In full I will deposit One Thiusand Uallars In any bank In Kentucky or Indiana forfeit money If lit the end of 12 months they cannot soil thlssectlon for thin hove named profit then the forfeit money Is theirs 600 guarantee on ono section and SO on a quarter section If Interested write mo at once allII J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky 1 L n iStIfil ims g- jII NOTICEPUBLIC SALE I I will sell to the highest und beit hidden my house and lots in the town of Irvington o- nAUGUST I1 1910 IIIIIHoae contains 9 rooms and 1 hall good cellar cistern sink in kitchon Lot 120x100 all in good repair tInsfaIitJsella nice line of household goods This property will be tl- M sold for cash in hand Guaranteed title lm D W Henry Mrs J Frank Claycomb Ii it AuctioneerfJlm mm rsm r Ice Dream Supper At Bewleyville The modern Woodmen of America will give nn ice cream supper at Bew leyville next Saturday night July 31 UIITnTi1 JIIRPJJ2 ir These Prices Good at Alexanders Until August 1st 1800 at and 1700 suits Q 1450 15 at suits 11250 Mens 12 50 suits at 11000 M 98tttMens 750 suits atr 598 25crbockoi at 50 suits J S2r5 X225at50 suits 2u00at W lot suits size 33 34 35 30 f3 5037 worth to go ut lot Boys long pant suits C111i98worth 350 go at Camp Yleelinjf Rev Blackburn is holding successful Camp Meeting on the classic banks of Yellow creek in this county Good a attendance both day and night I u v r n r1I J J oJIlI 1II I 4 II- M Childrens L t Clothing Commencing i 3 3 a 2 N A 5 7 1 a Mens Odd Pantsaa 00at tr 350 pants go Q 275at W 8- a 00 pants go u 225 l 2 50 pants go fit 200 200 punts at goX1501 39cworth A Bargain for Cash v l SowingMachine 5Agents N l ED Fa ALEXANDER Irvington Kentucky u I 19- d J Jr av larc i i iuuin 7A t 1- c F r SUMMER COMFORT A Sewing Chair Thats That and Lots More GIFTS FOR THE TRAVELER Amusements For Children on an Ocean VoyageSummer Window Shades That Make For Coolness A Delicious Lemonade That Is Little Known Dear Mabel New York became BO Intolerably hot that we just rushed down to Belle Harbor one Saturday afternoon not long ago and luckily found a charming cottage which had not been rented so we took It and at the present moment Im sitting on the porch with a glorious view of the ocean In front of me for you mustvSJ know that Belle llarbor Is only an hours ride from town and right on the ocean Well the chair that Im occupying Is one of the Joys of my life and I stumbled across It quite un expectedly In a department shop last week It Is called n sewing chair but It has many other uses At first glance you would take It for an ordinary rocking chair with the peculiarity of having solid sldfrs but when these sides which are hinged at the seat are let down Its other uses are well understood These sides become trans formed Into brood arms on which you may lay your sewing or use your writ- Ing pad as Im doing now Except for unusual work these arms are as good as a table But Im not half through with the attractions of the chair for you can take the rockers off when you want It to be stationary and fold them up and the chair will rest firmly on Its four legs What do you think of that for a stunt piece of furniture Gift For the Traveler Dorothy D went abroad last week and I made her such a pretty little steamer present one that I found so useful the last time 1 crossed Its a simple portfolio made of gray canvas with a single large pansy for thoughts worked on the cover To make the portfolio all that Is neces sary are two pieces of cardboard the desired size These are covered with the canvas and lined with violet silk The two materials 1 overcast together aU round the edges With u hinge of ribbon the portfolio Is complete Oh res I forgot to say that on the re verse side of the cover I embroidered Dorothys monogram and that two rib bons passed around the portfolio are tied to keep the contents secure I used my case for preserving prints and drawings while traveling And talking of gifts when children travel a few well chosen presents will keep thou happy It really takes very little to amuse children A box of gifts to lost through the duyh of ocean voyage can be arranged that may make all the difference between a pleasant and a disagreeable trip to both mother and child Such a box was recently got up for some children by a friend of mine The outside box of goner ous proportions was tied about with n silk Hag for the youthful traveler particularly If fie Is a boy wonts to haunt the stars and stripes on all patriotic occasions Each small box put into the large one was numbered with directions as to when it was to be opened and how its contents were to be used For Instance Box No 1 contained peppermints to be opened after the first meal on board Box Vo 2 had an exciting deck game to be opened the next afternoon A morning gift was a tablet and a set of colored crayons Another gift was a set of bean bags made of blue linen marked with the owners Initials A game of cards with the pictures of tho masterpieces In art was a helpful gift An outfit for maklntr minor lowers i r was a very suitable gift for the girl of the party and to one of the boys Juat learning to tell the time n dollar watoL was given Older little people frequently get restless on long trips For them wits a box of candy made doubly sweet by writing some little personal messages and humorius sayings on bits of paper and wrapping them around the bonbons And what child would not love to receive u pretty box containing n fountain pen a boolaof stamps a tow special delivery stamps postal cards lenthI as young feel most Important when making notes of the trip And what fun It would be to read such notes written by a child of an Imaginative mind The Double Shade I think It so queer that more louse keepers do not know about double Guides that art to bo hind fur win lows In summer they are particular y desirable They are not wonderful- lyI new but as I have just hinted very few women know of their ex istence Most women who want to keep out the glare of the summer sun yet have attractive window effects from tho Inside use two sets of shades the dark green ones hanging next the window to keep out the sun and the white ones next the room over which to hang curtains of cool looking net or muslin This is bunglesome and un necessary as it Is possible to buy shades that are green on the outside and white or cream on the inside or if you want the dark side next the win dow they can be made In this way Mother has just brought me a glass of frog lemonade You never heard of It Probably not Its a southern drink that Is perfectly delicious and I know youll bless me one of these hot days If I give you the recipe Take u large punch bowl put In u pound of sugar three quarts of water the juice of two dozen lemons and out of pine apple and add two bottles of seltzer water Mix all well Add a dozen or so rljjy strawberries tchcrHcg and thin slices of pineapple and lemon If not sweet enough add more sugar When thoroughly mixed add a large sqnjm gX icy iiml let the mixture get verycolt before serving Fill the glasses one quarter full of crushed Ice and fill up with the lemonade adding with It some of the fruit This IIs a- very generous quantity but the pro portions could bo easily reduced Yours devotedly MABEL Belle Harbor N Y I Napoleons Qrlt was of the unconqurable never saydie kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disc ease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kinks New DIscuvtrv Satisfaction is guaranteedwhen used forauy throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless luuguifferers It masters stub born colds obstinate coughs hemmor hages lagrippe croup asthma hay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all I bronchial affections 50c f100 Trial bottle free at Severs Drug Co A New Reason Annette aged three has two very talkative little sisters and sometimes she finds It dltllcult to make herself heard at the table One day when the others hud been monopolizing the con versation longer than she liked An nette raised her finger with a warning gesture and whispered half aloud Everybody keep still My footn nsleep Delineator Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour niuscle ache two hours sore throat twelve hourFDr Thomas Elcctic Oil won tuck over pain liMy Wife Call her that wont you whenever you speak of her My wife That has a good strong true ring that does the soul good So many men speak of her as she thinks this or that The woman who never gets higher In the mind of her husband than she never holds a very close relation to the great world about her She stays In the home she does all that comes to her to do faithfully and well she lives and loves and wears soul and body out and never is known outside this little round save by Him who sees and knows us all to the very hearts core But my wife There she goes now 1B1S151l f1IA1 tIJiI IfJif1E1 IInstituteI Established 50 years College Preparatory jind Acade mic courses Faculty from the best universities Special care and training given younger students Illustrated cats logue sent on application Address IDA M TAYLOR Principal PRINCETON KENTUCKY AFTER FOURYEARSOF Cured by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Baltimore DidFor four years my life rag n misery to me I suffered from irregulari ties terrible drag ginS sensations extreme nervousness and that all gone feeling in my stomach I had given up hope of ever being well when I bean to take Lydia E Pink VegetableCompound I felt as though nets life had been given me and I am recommending it to all my friendsMrs W S FORD 2207 W Franklin St Baltimore Md The most successful remedy in this country for the cure of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound It has stood the test of years and today is more widely and successfully used than any other female remedy Ithas cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflam mation ulceration fibroid tumors ir regularities periodic pains backache that bearingdown feeling flatulency indigestion and nervous prostration after all other means had failed If you are suffering from any of these ailments dont give up hope until you have given Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial If you would like special advice write to Mrs Piiilclmiu Lynn Mass for it She has guided thousands to health free of cltRro o Queen of the home she loves so well and graces so beautifully Her place is warm in the heart ofthe man who honors her with this the only title she ever should have applied to her My wife She is part and parcel of every farm operation She is the woman of her husbands consuel and his guide his stay in times of trouble and his helper always and everywhere She holds his hands when storms come and cheers him in all the dark ways of sorrow She is trusted because she trusts She finds her real joy of living in the sunshine of her husbands pre senceMy wife is honored by her little ones Sheoh the pity of the word If it could only be blotted out and in its place be written that better and dearer and sweeter name wife You love your wife dont you 01 course you do She is the one for whom you would do most and strive most and live most Then give her the most beautiful of nameswifeFarmJo- urnal Most disfiguring skin eruptions f cro fula pimples rashes anti etc are due to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clearskinned Household Hints Do you know hat coffee stains even when there Is cream In the coffee can be removed front the most delicate silk i ur woolen fabrics by brushing the apots with pure glycerin IJInse In luke warm water and press on the wrong side until quite dry Till glycerin nb sorbs both the coloring matter and the greaseDo ou know If a cloth Is wetted In vinegar and wrung out as dry as possible with the hauls and wrapped around cheese and then the whole put In u large paper big and kept in a cool place the cheese will retain the moisture and freshness of a newly cut cheese and will not mold Do you know that In peeling apples the brown satin that generally appears on peeled slices can be avoided by set ting each slice as it is peeled in a basin of cold water Thus no contact with the air Is possible and the stain Is avoidableThe draws out the acids and there is a sacrifice of flavor to color if this plan Is used and the apples ore soaked too long Any discolored slices will turn white again if rubbed with a piece of lemon Do you know that sometimes the most careful washing will not remove tho floor and odor of food from tho utensil In which It was cooked This is frequently the case with fish onion cabbage etc but there is a remedy which may be a little trouble and yet is well worth trying After any of these articles have been cooked wash the utensil well with soap and water Then nearly fill It with cold water and for each quart of water add one tablespoonful of dissolved washing j soda Place on the fire and let the woterI get boiling hot Now pour the water into the sink Rinse the utensil with clean water and on wiping it dry it will be found perfectly sweet Election May Be Contested Louisville Ky July 23A count of the votes cant In the local option election ehoyfs that the city of Fulton Ky went dry by tie narrow margin of seventeen votes Leaders of thethlgh license forces have not yet decided whether to contest the electiont iatb courtst Ik 4sst a etst AM r EVERY FARMER=As well us every business mgt should have a bank account WHY elseUPaying your by simplest convenient method cluck becomes a voucher forthe debt it pays you a better standing with business men I IYour in the bank strengthens your credit account teaches helps and encourages you to save bank does all the bookkeeping bank book is a record of your business Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services I IYour burg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky cc J WADE H ELLISII Chairman of Ohio Republican State Executive Committee I NOTICE When sending a news item to this of Tice please make it as brief as possible- so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interest Editor Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA The Coolingest Place in Town No matter how warm or how tired you are you can sit in our delightfully comfortable store and get your choice ofa thousand re freshing satisfying cooling drinks irietyi And everpopular FAN=TAZThe drink that drives dull care away Browns Confectionery Cloverport Ky 21 CoversII A Change In Furniture There Is a change In the materials selected for loose summer coverings for furniture The pale tans and grays tluit have concealed or protected as the case may be chairs and sofas for n pvtnkji of years may have the quail ty of etnclnecsi t recommend them but they wore certainly depressing Now It 1 N the fashion to make Me slip IOVPIH of pretty cretonnes not necessarily light but In cool looking greens rand browns softM lnes and dull pinks these are much prettier than the linen mid will lust an entlresum veer without u visit to tlie laundry KILLTHECOUCIiAND WITH Dr Kings t f New Discovery FOR amenOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND lUNGmOU8lE- SGUARANTEEDSATISFAO OBY OR MONEY REFUNDED ft W W aolV4 NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE I But They DO Much They help to rent and sell reall estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Business Try a Breckenridge News Want Ad J Tho fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help youfi Write Cl1or Telephone- If not convenient to leave ads JtTheNes9 fice them 0 youthe6 t JF t f r P- Y 4 iiiiT dr T f r1 T ic i OOO 000 NATIONS lYE ON OODROV1LSON I EducaDemocraticlxperimentthet PoliticalNewr t 000 ooo Dy J A EDCERTON RESIDENT WOODROW WILSON P of Irlticcton university Is being boomed for governor of New Jersey ns u preliminary to his nomination ns the Democratic can dldntc for president That Is the latest big political fact that has chnl lenged the notice of the American peo pie The sponsors of Wilsons boom for president and therefore of his candl dacy for governor fire said to be ex Senator James Smith of New Jersey Roger 0 Sullivan of Illinois and Colo eel George Harvey editor of Harpers Weekly The announcement was made after President Wilson had been In conference at the Lawyers club in New York For all of these several reasons and some others political wiseacres opine A that Wan street Is back ot the move They recall that Colonel Harvey fought Roosevelt that Roger Sullivan was read out of the Democratic party by Bryan and that exSenator Jim Smith hits long been regarded as a lit tie brother of the trusts However these things be the big pa pers of the country arc taking Wood row Wilsons candidacy for governor of New Jersey seriously and If ho should bo nominated and elected to that office his candidacy for the presi dency would bo more serious yet Therefore he Is a factor to bo reckoned with1 Mentioned For 1908 It was in 1000 that Colonel Harvey tlrst nominated Wilson for president He threw it out as a mere brilliant passing thought like so many of the I Harvey suggestions but contrary to his expectations and his experience it caught on All sorts of letters wore received from nil sorts of cor hrS of tho land approving the pro posal For once in his life Colonel Harvey had struck a popular chord BO be kept on booming Wilson True nothing came of It in 1008 Bryan wanted that nomination and tho Democratic party wanted him to have it Now apparently both Bryan and the party have changed their minds and there Is a chance for somebody else Why not Wilson says Harvey so he tries for the delicious experience of again striking the popu bar chord But he has grown wiser in the four years Ho has learned that the American people demand in the presidency a man ot some political ex 1orlence So he decides to try his can didate in the governorship of New Ter Boy and so qualify him for the bigger Job At least to a man up a political tree that looks like the psychology of the proposition Let us give Colonel Harvey due cred it for one thing He has again caused that coveted popular chord to vibrate The talk of Wilson for governor is buzzing all over New Jersey and soon the gossip of him for president will be humming throughout the country Wilson a Cleveland Democrat Woodrow Wilson was the friend of G rover Cleveland While the expresi dent was atlecturer at Princeton the two frequently discussed politics and kindred topics Their views were In lost accord both believing In lofty stan hrds individual honesty and cour age both being old school Democrats iud both opposing Bryan Public nf fiilrg are congenial topics with Dr WII ton for while his highest reputation has been gained as an educator his chief interest is political economy and government Possibly that is because he was born in Virginia or because ho once practiced law In Atlanta or it JUay be due to temperament Wilson is not only n political econo mist but a historian some of whose works have btouiue tel books Among others ho is the author of Congres sional Government which appeared in 1835 and immediately gained him a reputation as an original thinker The State which came out in 18SO deal lug with all branches ot constitutional government Division and Reunion covering American history from 1829 to 18SO Mere Literature and Other Essays George Washington and a History of the People of tho United StatesMost of these books are standard au thoritles in colleges and all of them show research scholarship and in places brilliancy Division and Re union while written from the view p lntotthe southerner reveals a breadth and wholesome Americanism that rob it of offense for northern readers Has Grasp of Events In all his political and historical writings Dr Wilson shows himself a v fundamental Democrat with a pecul iar laslght Into tho spirit and purposes of the founders and builders of the nation He is also a lecturer who gpeqkq before popular assemblies as well as before educational and scien tific bodies His volco is said to re semble that of Henry Ward Beecher DF Wilson is fiftythree years of ago and was graduated from Princeton at the ago of twentytwo Ho was christened Tboraaff Woodrow and In college was called Tommy but like Graver Cleveland who was originally JStqphen Grover he amputated the 1 first name After leaving Prin eton WHfion studied law in the Unlyi rsjty t i VirginiaI iud prg tiCtMIIP M aI f wirw4 ttr It WM while In eord B gnu that ho met and later married Miss Ellen Louise Axson a belle of Sn vanna IFrom 1883 to 1881 he took n post graduate course In Johns Hopkins utter which he became professor of history and political economy at Bryn Mawr He next held the same chair Int Wesleyan university From 1800 Jurisprudence In this position he was offered the presidency of other colleges at an ad vance of salary but preferred to re main with his alum mater Since 1002 ho has been president of Princeton Knows a Good Story Despite the fact that he is n digni fied educator Dr Wilson enjoys and on occasion tells a good story Hero Is one concerning his predecessor tho late Dr McCosh Wilson says that McCosh was known to crack a Joke only once It was ut an evangelical alliance attended by ministers of various denominations Dr McCosh was there us a Presby terian The presiding officer n Bap tist remarked Brethren I presume that whatever else our differences may be in denom inational belief we can safely say that the Apostles creed IIs a platform upon which we can all stand Thereupon Dr McCosh leaned over to his neighbor the Methodist minis ter and whispered In his rich Scotch brogueI I na care to descend into hell with an Episcopalian Hero is another good story that Dr Wilson tells A long winded and an cleat southern lawyer had been mak ing a plea for three whole days The judge became Impatient and In as po lite n way as he could admonished him to cut it short And do you know says Dr Wilson the old barrister declared that the last four days of his argument were a marvel of condensation Recommended Own Portrait- A Princeton man now located in New York relates the following anecdote of a chance meeting with Dr Wilson Going into Scrlbners bookstore one morning this gentleman saw a smooth faced middle aged man In glasses and without a hat and naturally took him for a clerk Woodrow Wilson had Just been elected president of Princeton and the former student wanted to find out something about him Of tho sup posed clerk he asked for some book by Wilson containing his portrait There is no portrait of Wilson in any of his books replied he of tho glasses but if you will look Inhere ho named a certain magazine giving the month and yearyou will find a fair likeness of him Then picking up a hat he bowed and went out Do you know who that was asked the mystified Princeton map of a real clerk this time- Professor Woodrow Wilson was Jhe answer Here is one of Dr Wilsons mottoes getoII sti I s to rvt t Of the trusts he has said The thing that keeps water In stocks is secrecy If this hoard were taken out of the sluiceway the water would all run out and then people would know what ttluy had loft College Presidents In Public Office We have hud much talk of the scholar In politics but outside of diplomatic positions and a few com- missIons we have never placed a college president In public olllcc Presi dent Taft made Professor IL C Emery the head of the tariff board and asked President Iladloy of Isle to take first place on the commission to look into stock watering James B 811meIelgu ambassadorships la ob Schurman was on the Philippines com mission but we never put the head of a college at the head of the nation There Is ono exception I believe as James A Garfield In his youth had been president of a small college Why should we not draft the knowledge training and high Ideals of tho teachers In our government service For example why should not the train ed political economist have sonic part In the actual working out of the politi eel economy of the tuition If It be ob jected that they are only theorists then give them a chance to correct tho defect by practical experience Both the college and the government would be the gainers the government In ex pert knowledge and the college In nc tutu i contact with affairs- It I Is in tills spirit that Woodrow Wilsons friends urge him us a candi date for governor of New Jersey with the presidency of the United States In the perspective Can he get It Well Bob Davis of Hudson county mid Mm Smith are both reported for him and when these two get together something usually happens As for the election i but that is a different matter DIAMOND FIELD PROVES RICH Southwest Africa Properties Worth1 50000000 to Germany Germany has n bettor Investment In her southwest African diamond Gelds than has been supposed thinks Dr Paul Rohrbach who has gone over the ground thoroughly Dr Rohrbatb says that eighteen months ago estimates of from 25000000 to 550000000 as the value of tho Luderltz buy properties were dismissed as unduly optimistic These properties Include all the claims between the twentysixth degree of south latitude and the Orange river One of these claims which tins an area of 12000 acres and is in tho neighbor hood of Luderltz bay will ho says yield this year diamonds to a market value of 25000000 This property has been worked su perficially by tho same company for two years and the results already ob tamed and an investigation at deeper levels fully Justify this forecast Other claims have not been worked so well or so long as this but from his person al experience Dr Rohrbach thinks they too will pan out much better than was expected Negroes Own Virginia Bank The negroes of Richmond Va have established a bank with a capital stock of 100000 The bank owns Its own home a handsome building with thirtyfive office rooms In addition to the handsome quarters for the bank Itself The officers and directors ire nIl prosperous negroes who have mndp their money In that city by industry and thrift and have wisely saved Ii hjdited of wagtlnjf It k Women as Well as Men are Made HunUB by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourauesandlcsscusambition beauty of all vigor and cheerful ness soon when the kidneys tire out of order or dis trouble has weak kidneys If child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidnpy trouble and first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublethe kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar tnayhaveby mail free also J pamphlet telling i disappear casedKidney prevalentthat bebornthe the ISwmpaouIncluding monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr addressBinghamton SCRATCHING POSTSFOR Plant One Or Two And Note The Compfort The Afford They Are A Cure For Vermin Too I A modest demand which every hog would make if he knew how would be for a scratching post Such posts in the opinion of many hog growers are not only a source of great comfort to hogs the picture of a hog or a pig scratching himself and softly grunting his content is worth a couple of hours ofany mans time in fixing up a pig post but the post moreover be made useful in ridding the animals of lice or scaly skin A successful Maryland hog grower adopts this plan Firmly plant in the hog run a hickory or oak post four inches in diameter Coil a manila rODe arouud the post as high as the hog stands and staple it on securely Then thoroughly saturate the rope with crude petroleum and it becomes an ideal scratching post for hogs and pigs They will rub against it continually and oil is fatal to vermin Kerostne can be used but it evaporates too read ily Washington D C Guy E Mit chell Those PIes Of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever lilsle so good Whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy frtonncli the vigorous liver the native kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion i is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete tciiirg up by Electric Bitttrs of all organs ol di gestion Stomach liver kidneys Bow elsTry them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health stiength and vigor 50 Cents at Severs Drug Co Appropriate The worshipers c In a certain chapel had some trouble to keep their faces straight a short time ago During the service somo commotion was caused by n gentleman who accidentally IIg nited a box of wax matches In his pocket and wns trying to put them out while his alarmed neighbors strug Bled equally hard to help him Tho minister being shortsighted could not make out the reason of the disturb ance and thinking to diplomatically cover tho Incident ho Innocently said Brethren there Is n little noise going on Until It is over let us sing Sometimes a Light Surprises Lon don Answers Work 24 Hours Per Day The busiest little things ever male are Dr Kings New life Pills Every pill is d sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brain fag into mental power curing Constipation Headache chills Dyspepsia and Malaria a5c at Severs Drue Co Try Our Want Column It Pays Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry y TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 17 145 I 143 I 141STATIONS 146 142 144 I 148 Ptlly Dally Dally Dally Dally Deily Dally DailO5lptn4 40pms 40utn LvLOUI5VILL6Ar 1 Jhnl12 611 pmflbym f4Ki 3T1tAnkRltY1flyl1Ul fJ2 3II =I fi 00 to 09 MklOlA ra 42 tl213 t108 f5 11 f014 SllrE to 30 J2111 t10Jfa 17 1 KATHltYN rl2011001 5 31 031 WKrfTIOINT 02t1 1201 050 i f523 10 33 HOWARD f5 31 fO 30 HARTLRS f15m fn 46 r 4lf5436 52 II 49 1 21 r 5 50 to 50 hUANOKMIUUOKKRON tl1 21 a U h h COS no o OUhTUNIRVKNU1ON 648 t1111 U Os 10 43 o01f010311 flO 37 LODlIlIHO rlO 48 t631 hfO 46 MYSTIC no 41 16 ft i 110 31 SAMlLB do s7 t5hOSS 10 4t STEP H FJNSlUItT 10n 6 H tot1 0 u m 11 1 i 7 15 II 00 OLOVKlllOHT 4 61 to 07 4 6T 816SHOPS OJfOt 111 5iLlltlIL 45filSt731iiitoIIfn 17 tT 23 III 5t 14p 715fth 18 50 17 01 f 13 z35 im SSS 1210pm OWENSUORO DUTCH 3 50 iins 3ji 6 M840 CONWAY 4lf7f835 fit 37 I7 134D f3 57 f2 27 8TANLV f8 33 f3 38 U 34 7 40 t f903 NEWMAN f8 15 fa ft 1153 f f81sia8 7 bS III 018 s 101JS V I LIE 7 53 f3 11 6 13 8 25 f924 h HASKETT 7 63 f3 07 6 oa130 9 42 55pmi5530I40nm740pm f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains lx NOT STOP Trains StLouisPullman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis fromeastfromwestHartford LineWest Bound Between Irvington and Fordsville last Bound Second Class list Ohls1stClass Second Class 9 7 113 II2 8 10 Mixed Mixed Passim STATIONSp2syou I Mixed MixedDully ex Dully ox KurKerSunday Sunday Dally Dully Sunday Dully Sunday ez 645pm 5 1110am Lv 1110pmf6fiOnou1030f71015s723s223Sib741 6 27 1201pm 10f7f7i7 U15 1216 McQuady 18fU H45f20 01 54 58 JO U s12 1 9 s100s810 43IS36f83931f8111842 730 12i0 f227f213 926 23x8498 5Spn1 7 5U Fordsvllle 915 1201pm 10 3 OII HARLINOVON 54 005 9 1HOUND WEST Between Dempster and Fallsfof RoughulSecond Olns Olns first llrlitTIE TABLEllrljt Clllss IIrt Second Class 31 27 25This limo Talllu wontiJ2bllxedp m Passenger Mixed MondayNednsdyI WednSoyundIS OnlyI ana only lrldy i I P 8 a5 15ain am I1235 I915pum p m 125pm 100 pm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find lust what you need in this departmentgIf you aro interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once forowners name and address If none of these places suit you write usjit once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yon are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 2 If yon want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbage CO CH 07 acres 3M miles north of Hard pyw Insburg near the Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements uoublo Log house smith stable Good rich land fine for Hurley tobacco Terms easy For further Informa lion write Jno llabbugo Cloverport Ky 413 300 HO acres 2 miles from ouston r 3 miles from Irvington well watered lays well Rood young orchard Rood timber on rural route school house tow yards troll house Improvements Rood tour room dwelling with kitchen on buck porch two Rood barns barn and tonont house and cis tern back In the held meat and hen house wood shed will sell on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D liabbaRo Olororport Ky andJbarn I two toad side sheds crib good meat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches und grapes a good well and never tailing spring for stock water 300 yards cast- or Hurdlnsburg In easy distance to the nigh School building when erected Co OHO For 1 0 acres tour miles west of- t4 uuu aiondcano 3 miles from brunch rullrJad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion 50 acres In grass will produco tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwelllung housesllontpurposezgoodCOR SALE i combhtedwholelenltthexchange for u dwelling house In Oloverport AvenueWulliocatea FUR BALEA farm contalntng 250 acres and theIbarnstonotrees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice r8dbulancogroves of black locust tmlllclont for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near EUron orlongsurroundedbytho place for some young physician to step buslnOll8Anparticulars port KY l OUR NEW STORY f Begins soon Watch for it J IT WILL BE A GENUINE HUMMERC rr- t= a n II i l 1 wary4a HH g e I IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Mrs will May who has been the guest of relatives in Hardinsburg came up Wednesday for a visit to her sister Mrs S P Parks Later she will go to Brandenburg for the rest of the sum mer before returning to her home In Anaconda Montana Miss Eva Gaines will return to Fordsvl11 e today after spending the week in town with Miss Jessie Brady Mrs Namie1 Wathen left lriday for a weekend stay with friends In OwensboroMiss Alexander who has had music training under Mrs Louis H Jolly for the past two years has been highly commended by Miss Cornelia Overstreet Miss Mary was In Louisville t last week for a few days while there she played for Miss Overstreet and that eminent artist manifested keen appreciation of the work she had accomplishedMrs ti Board and two children Jack and Helen will leave next week I for a stay of several days the guests of Mrs Ed Foote In Owensboro Miss Margaret Peyton of Hardins burg is spending a few days the guest of Miss Susie Bandy Miss Evelyn Herndon will have as her guest this week Miss May Tydings of Louisville A number of social functions have been planned for Miss Tydings while visiting in the city Mrs A 1D Pulliam who has been In Evansville the past month with her sister arrived home Sunday T N McGlothlan and sister Miss L B McGlothlan who have been at Dawson Springs for over two weeks are expected home this week W R Hensley of Louisville was in town last week Mrs Robert Bell delightfully enter tained a few of her friends Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Beulah Rice the guest of Mrs S T Rice Dainty refreshments were served and an en joyable time was spent by all Rev A P Lyons conducted the quarterly meeting services at theI Methodist church Wednesday preach ing two good sermons Several mem hers of the mandolin club assisted with the music R Miss Eliza Piggott returned yester day from Owensboro where she visited Mrs Mary Wathen for several days Miss Eva Payne who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Tom Dowell In Louisville returned home last week C F Meadow left Friday for a sev eral weeks business trip In New Mex icoIf the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use Mr and Mrs John Akers and daugh ter Florence spent Wednesday In Louisville on a shopping tour Miss Bettie Taylor of Custer was a visitor of Mr and Mrs H B Head for a few days last week Miss Clara Warfield of Macon Ga and Hazel Richardson of Branden burg are the geests of Miss Mary Henry for a week A garden party was given Tuesday evening by Miss Jessie Brady in honor of her visitor Miss Eva Gaines The garden was beautifully decorated in Japenese lanterns with all kinds of seats swings and hammocks Those present were Misses Nellie Smith Willa Drury Claudia and Maggie Bandy Claire Jolly Eva Herndon Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Messrs Harry Coniff Adam Cooper Dr Hil ray Boone Jimmie Watllngton Poin Galloway Robert Lyons Clarence Westerfield Ernest Ashcraft Hubert Lyons and Johnnie Johnson Mrs Nellie Marhall gave a twelve oclock dinner Thursday at her home on Woodland Avenue In honor of Miss Bessie Lay who is the guest of Mrs G T Marshall Mrs J M Tydings who has been the guest of Miss Emily Munford on the Hights to has returned to Louisville Miss Bessie Lay and little brother Ralph Lay arrived last week for a stay of a week with her aunt Mrs G I T Marshall Mrs Forest Van Meter is expected this week from Chicago where she will be the guest of her mother Mrs Allie Claycomb I ItrollowlngIt I Friday Mrs J M Herndon and mother Mrs Annie Herndon of Enid 11 Dklahoma Dr and Mrs LaRne Helm Lexington Mrs JM Tydings of Iof and Mrs Will May of Mon tanaMrs Mary Brown of Lewisport has been the guest of relatives for several daysMiss Katie Musselman Is spending this week in Louisville with her uunt Mrs Pomp McCoy James Arnold spent Sunday In Hawos villa with friends Mrs MaryC Heston of Hardins burg was the guest of her daughter Mrs J H Payne last week Miss Ola Kirknm of near Middleton Indiana came last week to be the guest of the Misses Cowley at their country home Miss Lydia McGehee arrived Friday from Tegelton Miss where she has been staying for the past six months and is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F H McGehee Mr and Mrs E F Alexander and and children spent Sunday at Medora the guests of Mr and Mrs W F RhodesMrs Foster Harder and baby of Cloverport spent Friday In the city with relatives Mrs Harold Huff of Louisville came Saturday for a stay of several days with her cousin Mrs Charlie Chapin The young men of the town gave a delightful hay ride Saturday evening for the visitors of the town Those who enjoyed the ride were Misses Eva Gaines of Fordsville Nell Smith Evelyn Herndon Claim Jolly Eva and Mabel McUlothlan Jessie Brady Mrs Newsom Gardner Mrs Grace Conover of Owensboro Messrs Harry Gans Adam Cooper Robert Lyons Harry Con I ff Johnnie Johnson Ken Ferry W R Hensley and E H Ashcraft Born to the wife of Rev A J Adair Sunday July 23 a fine girl Misses May and Blanche Claycomb of Louisville are expected to arrive this week to be the guests of Mrs Nel lie Marshall Mrs J J Allen after a two weeks rieit to Mr and Mrs T C Matthews left for Lor home in Louisville Sunday A Deserved Vacation Miss Lena Payne assistant cashier of the Two States Bank at Stephens port has gone to Big Springs to visit This is Miss Paynes first vacation from the bank in seven years She is a very efficient business woman r I NOTICEBeard Bros will give their Colt Show the Second Day Of the Fair All those having suckling colts I Iii from Highland Glenworth Chester Crest SportingrBoy and Jack John and want to show them have them broke to halter We will give everyone of our custo k II mers a pass in the Fair that day who has a colt to showkk Yours RespectfullII BEARD BROS Hardinsburg Ky ROSETTA Mrs J W Mercer is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Silas Jagger formerly of St Louis Mo but now of Louisville vIsited her brother Mr J Willis Sun dayBorn t to Mrs L J Dent July 16 a fine girl- Frank Willis of Kingswood Ky is visiting his brother J W Willis The revival Is now In progress con ducted by Ream and Kell Hardln Miss Ruth WarJ of Louisville isvisit Ing Misses Annie Mercer May and Calla Ross Mr and Mrs Owen Gillinwater of Bewleyville visited Mr and Mrs Chas Priest Sunday Mr and Mrs ThUman Lockard of Custer spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Legrand Misses Effie and Blanche Comer vis ited Mrs W E Basham Sunday Bethel Local Union of the F E C U of A gave an ice cream supper Sat nrday to Its members and neighboring LocalsVerda Johnson of Guston spentSat urday night with his cousin Oscar Ad kissonMr and Mrs Preston Milburn of Custer spent Saturday night and Sun day with her mother Mrs Lee Beard Mrs J Will Dent and granddau ghter Jessie Lee Foote of Irvington are visiting her sister Mrs James Priest this week If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use Wants to Hear Much fear Mr Babbage you will find en closed my check for 100 for the News But please dont leave out Irvington Big Spring and Custer items Arthur Breckenridge Suter Highland Park Ky Back to Railroad To assume his new duties as city I ticket agent for the Southern Railway in Louisville a position to which he was recently appointed Harry H Board will leave Lexington Friday for the Falls City Mr Board has been the efficient and popular manager of the Postal Telegraph Companys office in this city since March 1 but resigned recently to go with the Southern While his friends here regret his de parturo his new position is more in line with his previous experience as he was formerly with the Southern and also with the Henderson Route as ticket agent before coming to Lexing tonMrs Board went to her home in La Grange Ky Monday to remain there for a short visit with her relatives and until they could obtain a suitable lo cation in Louisville when they will go to housekeepingLexington Herald I BEWLEYVILLE 1It Miss Georgia Burton ofr Mystic reII turned home Sunday after relatives in the deralf PlainisMrs Nell Bennett Mrs W G Hardaway and family of West Point are visiting at Thos Ptit HardawaysII McCoy i Clint Dowell has returned from Eliza A beth town much improved in health Hehas been under the care of Dr LathamIf best is youLewisportought to use Jim Childs of Brandenburg and 1 John N Tucker of High Plains were at C H Drurys last week In stock businessRev filled the pulpit well at the Baptist church Sunday 1a1 If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to usell Gfaidr n Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA f 1 IrEKJiLYkCLOSING I Is at its height We have sold a lot of Goods at Real Bargain 1 Prices this past week We still have Bargains for you all All we ask is that y- ouPRICE j OUR GOODS t We make the price suit you regardless of cost We guaran tee to save you from 200 to 300 on every 500 purchase Come 1 and see if we dont back our guarantee with the goods and if e IJ1 prices Only 20 Days more Come and get your choice while i the stock lasts Ls L A JOLLY Irvington Ky I It