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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 74Irccn F7f7f 7frv rr I j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT- rt tii L I IIi VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 8 Pages NO 4 WESTERN KENTUCKY SWEPT I i BY TERRIFIC STORM t 11 Five Houses in Perry County Indiana Struck by Lightning Breckinridge and Hancock Coun ties Suffer Severe Loss MANY CROPS WASHED COMPLETELY AWAY L t r The extent of the damage wrought f by the wind rain and electrical storm r that occurred last Wednesday night hardly be estimated Brecken 1 llride Hancock and Perry counties suffer h heavy losses tiThe storm began at eight oclock It Wednesday and raged continuously until six oclock Thursday morning the worst happening about 430 oclckI such streaks of lightning were never seen and errlflc bolts of thunder never IIr 1 heard for so many hours in succession i EXPENSE TO THE COUNTY Many bridges all over the county t were damaged All the bridges bet tz tween Cloverport and Holt were 1washed away George N Harris says I It he has never seen the roads so badly cut up as they were by this storm The t I turnpike was damaged too RAIN BEATS CROPS DOWN d 1I The damage to crops In this county kwasterrible and the losses that have 3 been reported to the News are as follows u Ernest Jennings lost three acres of Ufinetobaccot Nat Taul on Beech Fork lost all of I his crop hay etc f Allen Jennings lost half of his crop lChas Simms and Pete Ballman lost 11 y everything I Frank Carter lost one acre and a 1 1halfof corn James Johnson P B and Ed Green wood lost their crops of corn and to u j bacco r John Jennings lost all his crop Alex Eskridge lost eighteen acres of corn and Will ORlly lost twenty acres of cornOs lost all his crop Gor I t a I TAKEN AT LAST I Four Months Search for Joseph Wend ling Ends at San Francisco San Francisco dispatch Cowering under the cabinet work of a kitchen sink In a Tbjrd street lodging house Joseph Wendling charged with the 1 mui er of eightyearold Alma Kellner r in Louisville Ky for whom the police of that city have searched for four + months was arrested r 1Although admitting his identity t Wondllng stoutly maintained his in nocence of fhe crime He denies that he over heard the name of Alma Kell ner Wendlings arrest was the result+ of the long chase after him made oy Captain of Detectives J P Carney oft Louisville After a visit to New Or leans and Houston Tex WendlingIf of finally arrived at Vallejo thirty miles from this city where he went under the name of Henry Jacquemln and I worked as an electrician and engineer Carney located him In Vallejo and set in motion the forces which finally placed tho man In the hands of the policeWondllng D admitted his Identity with out question Ho said ho left Louis 1 1ril on Jan 18 four months before e mutilated body of tho Kellnor girl i was found because of a quarrel with t tins brother4n law but he refused to say a word that would In any way con i nect him with the death of the child although confronted with all the evi dence held by tho Louisville omco- rsTOBINSPORT Had An Electric Shock Wednes- dayr Nlght Five Houses Damaged By rLightningrWednesday nights storm was sever ely felt at Toblnsport and Perry county The houses of Eleck J Leaf Wave and Marlon Polk Eleck Anderson and John Easrey were struck by lightning and were heavily damaged A haystack of Tom Groves was also struckand burned instantly Little Improvement = The friends of Mrs Ben Ridgeway t regret trial her condition shows bu c little iimprovement j t don McGavock estimates his loss at 700 Jack Smiley Steve Flowers Dink Clark Marty Young and many others in Hancock county suitor almost total destruction on their farms near Pates yule Nat Jarboe Ed Rowlin Bob Powers and Nathan Curry also lost big crops of tobacco on their places In Hancock Mr Rice who lost some said his was not as bad as his neighbors and said it was distressing to see how the farm lostWaney Rice lost a half acre of corn DAMAGES IN CLOVERPORT- The residence of Mr John Burn was flooded and the first floor except the kitchen was badly damaged The hardwood floor in the hall was ruined and so were the carpets and mattings in the other rooms 000 John OConnell the merchant of Third Street In the West End suffered a loss of not less than X500 000 The 110me of Mr and Mrs Charles Warfield was also damaged 000 The yard of Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad was flooded with several feet of water Hintons barn was blown down and farm was badly damaged ooo Tee Beavin Bros on Chas Adds sons farm were heavy losers 000 The residence pf Joe Fitch Chas Fallon and Thos Tousey were kneer deep In water Thursday morning The boys couldnt get out to work until nine oclock or later DR HAWLEY H CRIPPEN Alleged Uxoricide Under Arrest and Map of Ocean Pursuit Miss Jackson Takes Vacation And Visit Miss Esther Mae Jackson is away from the News office this week takidjjj a vacation She left Saturday for Evans vllle to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs A C Sheldon Before returning home she will visit in Brazil Ind The pleats ant trip for she deserves all the ple ure teat can passably be given a girl Mr Weatherholts Shotgun Struck The home of Hugh Weatherhplt wa 6 struck by lightning at Toblnsport whit- the family was at supper NO one was Injured buta shotgun that was sitting in a cornet of the room was twisted CanneltonEtquirer 4 fi HARVE MUSSELMAN Commits Suicide at Kentucky Re form SchoolSays Cain Called Him MEET ME MOTHER IN HEAVEN Lexington Ky Aug IDespond ent from illness and on occount of exile from his home II irve Musselman an inmate of the Kentucky Reform School near this city committed suicide this evening by hanging himself to the bedpost with the belt from his trousers He was 10 years old and had been only eleven days in the institution having been sent up from Irvlngton Ky where his family live on conviction of housebreaking about eleven months ago The boy had been accidentally shot in the right leg and three months ago it became necessary to amputate the limb just above the ankle His af fiction did not prevent his committing the crime of which he was convicted but ever since he has been at the school the injured leg has been painful and has kept him in the hospital ward This afternoon he was out in the yard playing and seemed to be cheerful but about 530 oclock he quietly slipped back lo his room in the hospital and after tying the doorknob to the mantle with the bed sheet so that it could not be easily opened he fastened one end of his trousers belt to the bedpost and the other end around his neck and throwing himself off the bed was strangled to death About 6 oclock Mrs Mary Wharton a nurse forced open the door and founa the buys life less body He left a note on the mantelpiece of the room which he had presumably writen some time during the day The note which was almost undecipherable on account of bad writing and spelling was as follows Dear Father and Mother and George and Tom and Lena and Katie LouI will meet you in heaven at the gate s where Cain is calling me I will meet you in heaven at the gates Tell Tom I will and Lena I have been barely living since I left home and I would like to see you alive but cant see you alive now but I will see your In heaven Cain is calling up there I will be waiting for you Well goodbyebye I would like to see you alive again but I cant 1 will see you in heaven Well Well good by by HARVE MUSSELMAN Irvington Ky at rest Love from Harve to father and motherThe remains were brought to Irving ton yesterday for burial In Cedar Hill Cemetery The deceased was the son of Mr and Mrs John Mus selman and was about twenty years of age DAN BURKS Barn Set Fire By Lightning Thursday MorningNo Insurance Thursday morning during the terrific electrical and thunder storm the larg e barn of Dan Burks of Holt was struck by lightning Two mules two cowsI all farming implements hay and whea- went up In flames with it The loss wai l50o No Insurance i il l For Miss Payne Miss Francis Payne was the honoreeaI I guest at a beautiful dinner given Mon day night by Mr and Mrs Shelby Con rad Plates were laid for Misses Plank Misses Willis Miss Harris and Mis8 Payne Mr and Mrs Ira Behcn the host and hostess Mrs Evans Leaves Mrs Etta Evans left yesterday o Atlantic City where she will be joinedl by the Standcllff family to spend several weeks at the shore Mrs Evan was the guest or her sister Mrs Chas Cloverporst was quite a pleasure to lei friends Miss OBryan Is Entertained Miss Nell OBryan of BowlingGreen 6is visiting relatives and friends in thisI city Sunday evening she was entertained at a dinner given by Mr andI Mrs Frank Carter at their beautifull thnguest of Miss Margaret Carter h DEATH CLAIMS NOTED FIGURE IN POLITICS John G Carlisles Busy Career Has Come to An End John Griffith Carlisle President Clevelands secretary of the treasury who has been 111 at the Hotel Wolcott In New York city since Tuesday last died at 1060 Sunday night With him at thE bedside were his daughter inlaw Mrs William K Carlisle and his two granddaughters Mrs Freder ick L Allen and Mrs Louis Sherman JOHN G CARLISLE Pltkln the latter of New Haven Mr Carlisle was seriously 111 In St Vin cents hospital last November but re covered enough to return to his Wash ington home He came to New York again about ten days or two weeks ago Ills illness was diagnosed as acute Indigestion John G Carlisle had ceased to be a national figure long ago but for many years of his lIfo ho commanded public attention throughout the country by reason of his service Qt Washington In the house and senate and finally In the cabinet whore he was Clevelands secretary of the treasury In tho second term He spent his younger years In his native state of Kentucky his middle lIfo at Washington and his latter years In New York He held public office practically all the time from his havlInSI senate of his state before going to Washington He was the son of a farmer and was born on Sept 6 136 In Campbell now Kenton county Kentucky After tho expiration of his term of office as secretary of the treasury he resumed the practice of law and later moved to New YorkIHo married Mary Jane Goodson who predeceasod him They had two sons Logan Carlisle and William Kincald Carlisle both of whom are now dead DICK PERKiNSLuckhi Has A Streak t Never Rains Unless It Pours Last Week Unlucky Dick Perkins lost a fine horse last week Shipped a carload of sheep tc delayetand caused him a heavy loss on the shipment Mrs Perkins was quiet ill too and Mr Perkins said he never had undergone so much trouble within a weeks time However he seemed t be in fine spirits yesterday for ho had so many people to sympathise with him Boat Trip Monday Mr and Mrs Fred McDonald foMr Dixen who have been guests of and Mrs Frank Mattingly were given a launch trip and luncheon Monday MariorWeatherholt Mr and Mrs McDonald and children Frank Alma Jewett and Douglas have gqne to Evansville where 11 they will vIsit Mr and Mrs J V McDonald They had a most enjoyable stay at The Castle and were charmed with their visit Makes Assignment S J Brown proprietor of BrownsI assignI G Da bare His liabilities are about 500 with assets of 250 Dull bust n88flts the cause iIW 1 r I a DELIGHTFULCONVENTION Of Union Star District Held at Stephensport July 2BMr Gabauer Present WELCOME BY MISS HAWKINS Stephensport July 2SSpecialIThe Union Star district Kentucky Sun day School Association convened July 28 1910 at Stephensport Owing to the inclement weather we I were unable to hold the morning ses sion much to the dssappointment of the entire body At 115 p m Presi dent R A Shellman called the meeting to order The opening song All Hail the Power of Jesus Name was rendered by the choir Rev F R Roberts led the devotional exercises after which followed a very impressive nnd hearty welcome by Miss Hawkins and re sponded to by our ever ready county president Mr T B Henderson 000The Mission of the Sunday School was the subject assigned to Rev F R Roberts who evidently had his subject well in hand bringing out the thought that to teach discipline to teach loyalty to Christ and to teach devotion were important works of the Sunday School Rev T C Gebauer our utate work er came next on the program He be gan his address by inquiring which way our district is marching That being the spirit of the song just sung 000The reports from Sunday Schools were called for by Mr Gebauer Five Sunday Schools reported with an en rollment of 330 average attendance 182 We had reported two cradle rolls and one home department There are sixteen day schools in Union Star Mag isterial District and only seven organ ized Sunday Schools All this we learned about our district in the course of his address and we too should see the need of more workers in the Mas ters vinyard for The field Is white already to Harvest 000Prof W M Martin in his address which was most inspiring and helpful asks Are the parents mean enough to send their children to the Sunday School Ah go and take them Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not de part from it was brought out with much force An opportunity to hear such inspiring talks should always be grasped Let us too remember the mission for which Christ came To seek and save that which is lost and never grow weary in welldoing 000Mrs J F Winchell favored us with a selection Why Jesus Restricted His Teaching to the Jews Mr T B Henderson in his address on Holding the Boys in Sunday School suggested first Be in sym pathy with the boys In their pleasures be participants keep in touch with them The example of father to son has in a large measure a great influ ence over the boys Fathers should Remember to train them up in the way they should got 000Rev Gebauer in a concluding add dress to the childrenand that is what we all are only grown upby illustra tion said I must watch my mouth my eyes my ears God knows what I say I see I hear Oh thqt this mayo be the guiding thought of our lives I 000Next came the report of Committees on Nominations suggesting R A Shellman as president S E Richard son as secretary A E Tucker superintendent of the International Bible Reading Association The vote being taken we were elect ed to fill the places another year Samuel Gilbert T B Henderson S S Brashear Committee 000Report on resolutions which were read and adopted Resolved That every Sunday School in the district be encouraged to take up more of the modern methods and re port next year at least five cradle rolls five homo departments three teachers meetings and three training classesResolved That the adult classes or ganize with officers and nppoint a mem bershlp devotional and social committee Resolved That the workers organize a Sunday School withtng reach of every boy and girl of school age 4 M MISS MATTINGLY Married to Mr Carl Downard of West Point Wedding Sur prises Friends Miss Annie May Mattingly and Mr Carl Downard were married in Louis vllle Saturday The wedding was quite a surprise to the family of the bride She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Mattingly and a sister of Mrs Ben Ridgeway whom she visited here most of her time She is a lovely young girl and has many friends who are quite interested in her happiness- Mr Downard Is of West Point and has a position on the Henderson Route Mr and Mrs Downard went to Cin cinnati to spend several days Nevis Misses a Week Irvington Ky Aug 1 Ig10Dear Mr Babbage Inclosed you will find a check for one dollar for next years subscription Iam always delighted when Wednesday comes for I know The Breckenridge News will not fail to come I never miss a week in reading the News for I enjoy it so much With three cheers for the News and one for Mr Babbage I am your little friend Bessie Arnold BASE BALL The Toblnsport base ball club jour neyed to Lewisport Sunday only to be defeated by the fast Lewisport nine by the score of 12 to 0 Lewisport found them easy pickings not a Pumpkin Roller reaching third base 000 While Lewisport was squelching tho first team the second team came over here and made Otto of our patchwork teams look like two bits and a gitney taking the long end of a 6 to 4 score The funny part of it was that it was the first time some of our tOYS had ever played in a match game and in the ninth with two on bases one of those unfortunates was at the bat and could do noihing but split the sunshine 000 Jupiter Pluvius had to be on hand and spoil the game with the Evansville Gold Blooms at Hardinsburg last week The two teams will clash Friday and Saturday of this week ooo There will likely be a fast game over the river next Sunday 000 The West End diamond is in fine shape and the outfield looks like a new mown lawn But they cant win games without practice There is material here for the best team in the county if they would only get together It would give us more pleasure than a fried chicken dinner to get that Hardinsburg bunch down Iere and give them a good trouncing Will our team ever coma back Produce House Opens A D and Everett Ashcraft have opened up a produce business in the building formerly occupied by the Ir- vington Produce Company Mr A D Ashcraft has had six months or more experience in the handling of eggs chickens and all kinds of produce and is well up in the business His brother Everett was formerly assistant cashier of the First State Bank and a young man of fine business qualities It is a reliable and substantial firm with plenty of money back of them The News bespeaks for the new firm a suc cessful business Sells Farm John French of Basin Springs has solp his farm of 100 acres to Chas T Simmons for 2000 Resolved That an effort be made to secure at least one daily Bible reader in every home in the Union Star dis trict 1 Resolved That we heartily thank i Mr Babbage for his kinkness in print ing programs of our meeting Resolved further That we thank the people of this city for their kind ness in entertaining the convention members and visitors Resolved That we extend our thanks to the choir for their beautiful music By motion of Mr Andrew Crawford an additional resolution was added ten dering a vote of thanks to Prof W M Martin for his inspiring and helpful address gr J riBa bale Mrs Wm L Milnw prof WrM Martin Committee aAN 4atyS r = Y i 4t a i u t i rarteaawataasla i Electric BittersSucceed When everything else fails femaleWeaknessesremedy as thousands have testified t ANDSTOMACH It is the best medicine ever Gold over a druggists counter I = DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Olllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p m Clovcrporl Ky b7x x APicture of Fat heir andS Mother iQJIIow it would delightyour children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky J = A1 Irvington Ky Hveryllst and 3rd Tuesday andi5 ii n Wednesday 14- N11S1AASISlSt71iR7AilyfilSlAitASIASiSISI I ISI i FOR SALE Ii f tx k j A numberof Farms dif A W t foront Sizes and Prices 2 iK y vs The Bank of Hardinsburg t x Trust Co K QI- 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t- oj k40Subwbe ti t HARDING FICHELIFESR M Ohio Editor Shaped Career Presidency In 1912 Greatest With Statehouse at Co Prize In Buckeye Battle lumbus as Ultimate Des Harmons Reelection tinationCurious Combi May Mean Rejection of nation of Erstwhile Po Taft and Pushing of Gov litical Foes Name Him ernor Into White House By JAMES A EDGERTON HE nomination of Warren G T llnrdlng for governor of Ohio not only glues assurance of one of the warmest fights in the history of Buckeye politics which has not been entirely devoid of warm fights but also holds out a welcome promise that in some rare instances the newspaper men may come into his ownHarding has been a newspaper man ever since ho was nineteen years old or all of the time at least when not engaged in holding ofilce or stumping the state He took a paper when everybody said it was going to die ctul had to borrow money to raise the purchase price That called for a large combination of faith and grit and the same qualities were required for some years afterward to keep the thing goingGo it did however which wns fortu unto from several standpoints For one thing it gave tho Republicans of Ohio a candidate for governor when they needed one very much and for another it prevented Hardlngs cheer ful friends who had predicted tho papers early demise from coming around and saying I told you so HardingIHardings nomination came as tho result of a peculiar combination It was practically the field against Georgo B Cox of Cincinnati and his candidate Judge 0 B Brown of Dayton James It Gnri1old baO announced that if he did not get his platform his name would not go before the convention and when the progressive tariff plank the recall and certain other of bysgood his word Carml A Thompson one of the three leading candidates before the convention and regarded In some quarters as a favorite of Senator Dick also withdrew This narrowed the fight practically to Brown and Harding although there were scattering otes for other candi dates Garfield and Nicholas Longworth receiving the bulk of these One of the most stirring features of the balloting was the attempt of Cuy ahoga county to start a stampede for Longwortli Mrs Longworth who was seated in the gallery was ob served to frown at this anti vigorously shake her head looking the while In featly at her husband on the platform who had a frown on his own face Both however jollied In the applause when the advance of the Harding wave submerged all other candidates Old Enemies In Alliance Politics never made stranger bed than In the Joining of forces Kd to Hardlngs nomination Gar Held was there with the progressive Itriiigili and although he hind aroused tie hostility of the administration by his attitude In the BalllngerPInchot controversy he readily Joined hands with the Taft forces to prevent the of the Cox candidate Harding had been referred to as a orakcr candidate yet despite the old horuker Tuft feud tho administration viis forced to accept him The result was practically a TaftGarlleldFora lnTBurton combination It is a long lived political animosity which sur vives the year of Its birth The po litical enmities of yesterday become rc friendship of today told are lignin lilt enmities of tomorrow Harding has long been known as the best stump speaker in Ohio Anybody who is acquainted with Ohio stump speakers realizes the transcend cut quality of that praise Originally Blalno man he later became a wor- shIper at the shrine of Forakcr Now he Is a lender In ii own right For ome years a state senator he was afterward offered the nomination for congress but declined one reason gh by his friends being that he already ltd the gubernatorial ice In his bon tat It was n once of hope deferred however for the nearest he could get the governors chair was his election as lieutenant governor which gave him tby title oven though it did not carry the power to shake the ofll plum tree- Editor of College Paper Harding was born In ISm tho son of physician who served In the civil war Ho had tho Journalistic bug even in college where he was one of thf editors of the campus paper No Hooner was ho graduated than ho started on his newspaper career on the old family mule rldlnglt into Marion the county seat It may bo that that particular mule will become as famous thoso driven by James A Garfield on tho towpath It may be that tho loath of ambition it carried was then started on his Journey to tae governorship of a great state and who knows to wht greater heights is hard to keep an Ohio governor own especially if he succeeds in holding his Job a second term And brings us to Harmon The friends of Governor Harmon are quite frank in saying that this years campaign Is but preliminary to Iho White House In 1012 Possibly that Ia one reason that Wl1U mJIfIf i Taft has shown a fitful interest ioI the outcome The careers of Harmon and of Taft have been strangely In termingled They were born in the same county and while it Is not on record that they courted the same girl it is certain they have held tho same offices and no doubt will seek to do so in futureWhen Harmon resigned the Judge ship In Cincinnati Taft was appointed to fill tho vacancy Stranger yet tho appointment was made by Joseph B Forakcr then governor Somewhat later Grover Cleveland In looking over the country for an attorney gen oral saw the lank and somewhat rug god form of Harmon who up to that time 1 lid been known only as a lawyer whose fame extended scarcely beyond his own town- Another Parallel Seen Again Harmons path paralleled that of Mr Taft who some years later became secretary of war in the cabinet of Theodore Roosevelt The govern ors friends insist that tho parallel is to go further In being elected pros dent in 1008 they only insist that Taft beat Harmon to it All of which makes it more than ever plain that It II Copyright by American Press Assoc GOVERNOR JUDSON HARMON AJ PUBLICAN OPPONB Is not a mere state fight that isoe cupying the attention of Ohio this year but one chock full of presiden jI thinI politics That it will be one of the hottest tights in the history of the state is as sured not only by the big stakes Involved but by the character of the two men themselves While Harmon has never been referred to us the best stumper In the state he has a sort of Uncle Jud way of appealing to his au diences that is most effective Moreover he will have certain ammunition In the WilY of printing and other scan dais at Columbus that will not be lost on Ohio voters Ho will make his cam paign largely on state Issues while the Republican platform Indicates that Hardlngs fight will follow national lines It understood the president Insist ed that In his own state there should be n vigorous defense of the Paine Aldrich tariff The Democrats can hardly refuse this gage of battle and henco tho outcome In tho Buckeye State should give a clear line on the attitude of American voters on the tar iff law Indeed Mr Tuft naturally feels that the outcome In his own state will bo regarded as a verdict on his wn administration Harmon Noted For Independence Governor Harmon Is nearly ten years older than his opponent having been born in ISm Both are graduates of Ohio colleges and both have made their own way In tho world Harmon was originally a Republican but broke away in tho Grceley campaign For n time in tho early seventies ho was con nected with a Peoples party movement in Ohio but later became a Dem ocrat He has always shown Indo lpendence In politics however toad on more that ono occasion hns broken wUi the machine In local matters Evan xs gpyernojti he has not always I1 i been in harmony with the party mani ngers Before the convention which renoin linatcd him for governor he locked horns with William Clan on tho subject of nomlnntln andldatc for United States seta i The governor was against taking that action and won out He nlso opposctj u public utilities commission by which he fur ther alienated some of the Brynn John son wing of his party Ulsx latest con spicuous action as governor in tho Newark affair where he took a decid ed stand against tho mayor although that official was a Democrat shows something of tho same independent spirit Proves His Courage In his campaign against graft and official peculation Governor Harmon has exhibited an equal courage Ho has not made n great deal of noise as governor but his quiet efficiency has attracted the notice of the country At the first meeting of the house of gov ernors he was chosen to preside and when the body called at the White House President Taft singled him out for u compliment This is the sort of man Warren G Harding has to beat before attaining the ambition of his lifeAs to Harding being the best cam palgncr in Ohio there is distinguished authority President Taft says so add- Ing with the possible exception of ForakerIn campaign for the nomination which he made frankly and without mock modesty Mr Harding held aloof from factions Although classed as a Foraker man he had in 1008 practically repudiated Forakcr That was at the time the Cincinnati senator attacked Taft Yet the Foraker followers throughout the state rallied to Harding ND WARREN G HARDING RENT IN OHIO RACE iIn this years contest for the nomina tion so that the breach if the dis agreement ever reached the stage of being called a breach may be consid ered healed Another Incident showing the quality of the Republican candidate was his break with Governor Herrick Hard Ing was lieutenant governor at tho same time Herrick was governor and the two parted company because Hard Ing wanted to be governor at the next electionPresidency Also at Stake Tho real Issue In Ohio however is not the governorship but the presidency Not only did the Democratic convention propose Judson Harmon for tho nomination in 1012 but the Repub lican convention accepted the challenge by indorsing Taft for another term Thus tho fight assumes almost tho pro portions of a presidential contest Should Harmon win ho will almost certainly become the Democratic stand trd bearer two years hence while President Taft will be humiliated and to some extent discredited by a repudi ation in his own state Should Hard ding be successful the result would universally bo regarded as tho elimina ion of Harmon and tho triumph of TaftOn state Issues it has been generally conceded that the Democratic governor had an excellent chance to succeed himself yet it must bo remembered that on national issues Ohio has been uniformly Republican This makes tho outcome more uncertain Nor do the complications end hero The insurgent movement and tho pop ular feeling against the tariff law are nosy factors tho strength of which can not as yet bo measured Then too Theodore Roosevelt has announced that ho will make no speeches in Ohio this year In view of tho defeat of the Garfield platform what interpretation Will th coatry puce on liia sllanco t a 1 1r THE DUSHslt- allrSANATORIUM t r INCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 1 DR EVELYN 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I It t o o ii- m THE Fifth Avenue HOTELu Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr Yr3a3tir3 r 3r r JJl r3 o t I I1lIefIonly firstclass hotel In the city making agSOOrate I Only ono block from the princi r r pal shopping district two blocksr from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door tQ parts of the city t Everything neat end clean allII tZt t r a3r r rr I u r I Anything to Sell or Trade I x IIfyou have and will let us i advertise it for you you willsure find a buyer orAI a a trader for it right away f IINews Want Ads Bring Results I Now is the time to Subscribe for thaNwsseed what youfrrends are doing t t r I I 10 11rt 11 itV Li rL9 0tI Y fl 1 1 r t LUST OF BLOOD ji ACTUATED MOB r Wholesale Killing of flapes tr Down In Texas i + Z l MORE THAN TWENTY SLAIN tlm =h With No Nearer Ground Than a Sue pleldn 6f Possible Incendiarism Mob k f Forms Near Palestine and Ruthles- r Rode About the Country Slaying U f resisting Negroes Wherever The y kWere Met on Road or In Field Itft A posse of more than a hundred r1 armed men has been scouring the fJ country around the Slocum and Den i Bon settlements In the Palestine Tex neighborhood hunting for negroes andi white men who were involved In the 1racial trouble that led to the slaughter of more than twenty negroes Saturday v 9 f and tho TiefoTeT Xconptny dmlltlaof r mijiJ Ausfln ha o rived and are In control or tho BlUifl ion The slaughter o l tmT fiegroesI was not the result itany race wa ej wholesalkillinga I tithe t1 ftilUse an uprising on the partt r otthe negroes of the two places MobsI fof Nvhite men started out early Friday i bight and rode from cabin to cabi f calling out tho negroes who had been marked for tho slaughter and shott kc wonAot t and with the dawning of a new day the d lust of the mo 9r 11 nod pored tg Increase Negroes were shot andI t killed on the roads rind In the fields1 where they were working despite the5 prayers and pleadings which they l made that tlmlr lives be spared y A rj16 of twenty dead bodies of vi tftns have been scattered on tho roads i andover the country It may never be known how many more negroes were i killed In out of the way places wherej their remains may never be found So far as learned the negroes who wet J killed offered no resistance to the obfTho wholesale slaughter of negroes wa6 brought about by the report thntt tlhII ed the ears or white mon or the Slocurh R community that secret meetings of the 4 T4 blacks were held at which plans vereJJ f formed for burning life baths and real1 t dences of certain tvhfte Citizens j A number of white then oho are alJ1 ti I willIIFree Tuition I All eligable bersobs are entitled to free tuition in the Western Kentucky r t State NbrmarSchool The Fall Session begins September 6 1010 Write Presii dentHil Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information McGAVOCKS Ii ftii rr j JtTh heavy rain which fell here Wed k nesda night did a great deal of dam + t agej s anYd i f 1rI brotherWiilie of Patesvllle spent Sat urday and Sunday at the home of their Auricle Mr John Beatty and family rrt Joe Simmons is at home with his c4 parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Si f mons Miss Alta Beatty who is teachi music here spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her uncle Mr George Beatty of Victoria Good News i LiI has helped me so much justworthI writes Mrs Maryan Mar shall of Woodstock Ga I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and 1 everylady CARDU1ti I n The Womans Tonic No matter if yqui suffer j from headache backache pains in arms shoulders and legs draggingdownTfeelings etc or if you L Lfeel tired weary wo- rnioutand of generally miser f youItk of Other vtttM s1adles l anIfty ygive I iita trialuwiilI1 ill be 0- i r I thankful I Yr WHAT IS PELLAGRA r Disease of Which a Woman in Perryville Died Has Puzzled Scientists for Over a CenturyCaused by Eating Musty Meal THIS CASE IS THE SECOND iN KENTUCKY Laura Bottoms the negro woman ofr Perry vllle who has been ill of Pellagra WednesdayInight There can be no doubt that she diseasenEvery symptom the eruption the hardness of the skin and even the mental1 unsoundness that follows in the wakei of the disease were found in this case There has been only one other case iin this state That was at Nicholasviile 1 last winter A woman of that town died of it The people of Boyle County like those in all other parts of the United States know very little of this In tact they never heard of itIi until recently but U WHS well knownju I Ii Spain tISO yeaf S ago Gasper Casal tISpanish physician wrote a treatise on thre disease known and treated by this old Spanish doctor a century and a half ugo J was exactly that of which Laura Bot I I toms died on Wednesday I It is conceded by those who have dinrectly or indirectly by the eating e corn Every man woman and child iin this county eats corn so a few facts about this dread sickness will not be amiss herecThe scientists feel sure that corn ij causes it but they do not know why They are puzzeled but are working iit j out doector accurately describe the j which was at that tiitfc VNwl Pellegratt It is interesting to noYe that Indian corn was first inirodiWed into Spain about 1690 From this period to the wheI spread prevalence of the disease in th countries along both shores of the Med iterranean Sea and its hlandsJIts increase was so alarming that the Italian government in 1880 took stepstt to improve the condition of tho peasantry especially in their hygienic habitii a result there has been a remarked decrease in the disease there The peasantry alone needed that improve J IIJ ment for in that country as well as inII this the disease affects only the and poorer classes just those portionSs of society which would naturally be re duced physically and whose habits oft diet and hygiene laid them liable to allfl sorts of infections It would seem thattt IiwarmIIi been known in England and in our northern states I Experts differ on the source of Indian corn Some claim that it originated i I tropical Asia and from thence was i 1 troduced into China Turkey and E rope admitting at the same time that 1 IItheIIII 1 heard of in any part of Europe until i I Introduction by American explorers i I coma furyHowever inlgnin6rfi cant was i I by the Spaniards who were the first to D DEFALCATION WIPES 1 OUT ENTIRE SURPLUS oss to Big Louisville IIsIt is now declared that August RopKu assistant secretary and book keeper of the Fidelity Trust 13onotions tu Louisville is believed to hay made away with 1140000 the ontlr- surplus e of the concern according to a statement made by John W Barr president of the trust company Tho defaulting official has been loch- ed up for ten days unable to furnIs I ball In the sum of 25000 Ropke was heavy speculator and lost large sums It is said on Wall street and the Chicago board of trade The question was put to Mr Barr Does this amount represent Repko- net s defalcation f I can only say to you replied Mr Barr that the entire surplus of the company has been wiped out 1lrlBarr said that tho stockholders had advised of the entltro situation hey were told that tho capital stock the concern was intact but that the resulttheThe loss through this defalcation will hornet by an issue of stock IrLoosesFlnei 1 trFml Mayfthblryri1an loatiti In I OOfrtatt week oJ I t Y1I jprofit by the discovery of America andI whose adventures were the first to bring home the fruits of the new world This disease 1 promInentli n the last few years because of the enor mous increase of it in the South Atlan tic States It was so suddenly brought- to our view that it is spoken of as a new disease while it really has been studied and described accurately fo roflover one hundred years That it comes from corn is certain but not from our kind of corn There iis an Arabian corn that seems to have deadly results It is of stunted growth pad fyery grain Is incased In a shuck Three colonies haVe Settled in this county and brought with them this Arabian corn One colony settled near Mobile Alabama They Were practically I wiped out by Pellagra Another colony settled in South Caroline The disease is prevnlant there Still others built a town in Northern Illinois near appearedfAmerican corn will produce it also D C Silver wrote an article entitled Corn and Pellagra he says Where corn is not eaten Pellagra does not exII ist That does not mean much for where corn is not eaten few people ex Jst He says further liThe eating of good corn or corn meal will not produce Pal foer there is practically no Pellagra in the great corn producing states of Illinois Ohio Indiana Iowa and Kentucky and y Because they produce good corn mustyemouldy stuff that those in the hot cli mates consume On other grain notably rye a spur forms that causes as dread a disease a Pellagra It is ergot and the microbe is in diseased grain just the same as this microte is in deseased corn The corn of the Southern States i not so good in quality as that of th c isIi water and rots more easily Millers say that tie Kentucky corn is drier and makes better meal than any other corn and that it is because the climate of this state allows a more perfect matur ityl of the grain Dr Silver says that the bulk of the isIshiPpedStates and what does not go there goes IiuI horses has been observed by andII the Southern States It is much Pellagra In man It is characterized by Ialoss of hair rough and ulcerat d skinI nlficant that this condition appears in 1 animals fedor badcorn UdgoodIcorn are safe Danville Messenger The Fellow Thats Doing His Best Theres a song for the man who is lucky and bold For the man who has fate on his side There are cheers for the folk that are goldn with the tide ut the man who Is striving to get to the land And facing the hungry waves crest We quiet overlook for we dont under stand The fellow thats doing his best he has his rewards when the story is done eThough we smile as he plods on his way For his own selfesteem is the prize he has won frayIand of friends And the pleasures of honestearned rest There are peace and good will as the Ysbest Washington Star Chldron Cry FORFLETCflER Sl CASTORIAIt Datesof daysElizabethtown entucky State Fair Sep 12fl fl days exington 1 ugi 8 10 days Breckenridge Aug 31 3 days ISubscribe Right Now u MINNESOTA SKIPS YEAR OF TAXATION Unprecedented Situation Presented In That State There wont be tiny state taxes f Minnesota in 1911 The state govern ments expenses will all be met by the huge surplus in the state treasury No state texas Is an unheard of thing The condition Is supposed to be without precedent in tho United States as It IH In Minnesota On Oct X400000nexpectedthatof 1700000 after all the governmental expenses for the year have been paidThe unusual amount of money In the states cash box is due to the settling a number of lawsuits the lumber cases the gross earnings tax cases the Kennedy Inheritance tax affair and other extraordinary revenues comin up from court decisions NOTICE We hereby notify all concerned that no traffic will be allowed through my farm known as the Rice farm Any person found taking water from this place or trespassing upon it will be prosecuted to the full extent ot the law M Neilse- nWEBSTER Fine Bali Game Between Webster And Nortons Valley Satur dayBaclieiors Pass Resolutions Miss Mary Mercer who has been visiting in Louisville returned home SundayMrs Mary Adkisson of Lodiburg visited Mrs H C Stewart Sunday Mrs Dr Hendricks and Mrs H C Haddock visited relatives in Meade county Monday sMiss arMfiyes who is teaching at Raymond spent Saturday and Sunday at home visitc Herbert Drane Is in Louisville the guest of his brother Thurman I MissMyrtle Lyddan entertained quiet a number of her friends Saturday evening Music and refreshments were en joyed by all Among the many improvements of ou community are Jim Kurts addition ta stock barn H H Norton building l hulldlnglargepainting residence Thos Lyddan painting residence The best ball games of the season Webstcnr grounds Webster against Nortons Val ley and the score was 5 to J inWebsters favor Websters batteries Henderson Mid Dandy Norton Valley batteries Robbins and Ditto This is our secon game with the Valley boys and now stands one and one The deciding game will be played in the near future The Valley boys are all nice quietI boys and its a pleasure to cross bats with them The game was umpired by Mr Blain Roberts His decisions showed a knowledge of the game and good judgment was displayed throughout the game The old Bachelors club met Wed followg ing That during the summer and fall season any one of the thirteen members caught retiring before 14 j p m should be fined 5 for first offense and 510 for second proceeds to go to the old maids house These rules do not apply to honorary members past 62 years old If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the tour you ought to use Young Woman Admitted J To The Bar Miss Mary Elizabeth Irwin daughter of Judge J D Irwin of Elixabethtown underwent an examination in law be fore Judge IrH Thurman and two other lawyers in Greensburg on Tues day of last week Passing very credit ably she was admitted to the bar Bardstown Standard Miss Irwin has gone to Chicago where she will enter the law office of her sister Joys of The Press 15 cents th copyNews Office Mrs Burdette Better Mrs W R Burdette who has been ill of malaria since March was In town Monday Her friends are glad to learn she is able to be out again Dont Forget our Want Column BIG SPRINGS isaMiss Cathrine Jones of Henderson la the DicaderdorMiss Lena Payne of Stepheusport after spending a week with her aunt Mrs Sallie Morris has returned home Mrs C H Strother of Owensboro is visiting relatives The ladles cleared 545 at their Ice cream supper July 23 lastdweek Miss Ada Meador and brother Gale entertained the following from Thursday till Tuesday with a house party Misses Babe Ketchum of Louisville Lottie Ketchum of New York Dora and Minnie White of Elizabethtown Catherine Jones of Henderson Misses E A Smith Guy Meador and Winfield Scott of Louisville Mr Timdal of Garrett spent Friday with his daughter Mrs Jack Collins Miss Ada Meador entertained Mon day evening with a lawn fete for her house party Miss Pattie Cox will entertain the local club Thursday afternoon Mr and Mrs Charlie Hardaway join ed Mr Clint Crutchers party Tuesday for a trio to Niagra and other points Miss Maggie Scott of Louisville is with her aunt Mrs Sallie Morris Rob Richardson of Brandenburg and Holten Ditto of Louisville were guests of the Misses Cox Sunday Ditto of Hardinsburg was here in tHe interest of the llreckenrldge County FairltessersTayler and Penick called on Misses King and Cox Sunday Henry Reitz Harry Derlauf and Jack Millnard of Louisville were the guests of Mrs J D Meador last week Mrs Julia Clarkson left Tuesday for Lexington to visit her brother Gus Richardson and then she goes to Olym pia springs returnedeafter a visit of several weeks with relatives at Louisville and Elizabeth town If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the flour you ought to use NOTICE Please do not ask u to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage olL 101 Qojl 01 oic 10 JilloEj Earnedofi Are Your Dollars Earning For You Ii You can findno safer noi better investment than a certificate of depositi in t- heLANK I = CLOVERPORTI I with the interest compounded cmi annually and no better way of paying your bills Ii than by check whereby you always have a record of payment 1OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USA0 a- DU fJllJolc= 3lo000o 2J11 QooJIlQ0- E The Cloverport Ice Co i Is now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 4nhours Write or telephone us your orders J which will receive our prompt and careful at Ql tendon Marion Weatherliolt Sec y 1 YoH BOAVMEK President A JJ SKILLMAK Cashier F L LidiiTFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN AsstfCnshior THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDOLBANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872G88 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panisllnd 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 TimelDcposits DIRECTORS- AA SkilIman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W1Howmer Jno C Jarboo QT Skillraan A B Fisher I l v r aF I N 1- H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4 JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO f Issued Every Wednesday L Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at tic rate of 5 cents per lino monej in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES S CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 a Democratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress lION BENJOBNSONI LIST WEDNESDAY NIGHTS STORM Last Wednesday night was the worst that has ever been known in this part of tho State The rain wind thunder and lightning from seven oclock Wednesday night until six oclock Thursday morning was expaserating and destructive Julius Nolte says that he has talked to the oldest citizens in town and they declare they cannot remember a storm so terrific and continuous hour after hour The damage to crops roads and railroads in this immediate section of tho State cannot be estimated The L II St L traffic was delayed the Lewisport depot struck by lightning and burned and one or two landslides occurred near Hawesville again Nearly all the IFridges in thi3 section of the county were washed away or damaged and the countys expense to get the roads in shape will he quite heavy The Irrgest crowd of farmers that has gathered in Cloverport for months met here Saturday to hear about each others experience They were all in sympathy with one another but each man thought his loss was a bit greater than the other fellow And we did nt blame him We are glad to say that the sun has como out in full blast once once more and the last few days since the storm have been ideal The atmosphere has been refreshing and vigoratingi and after all may it not bo so hard for the farther to get back to his plow and raise his hopes main While we are having our wet spell just listen to the wail that comes from Colorado and Oklahoma Ever see a country burn upits streams drivel into dusty trails and waterholes go dry as greasewood and sagebrush take on that mantle of dead gray worn only in winter The range which prom ised so much in early spring has wilted and shriveled away all is barren ashen desolation oven tho cactus cries out for that one drop of rain the skies steadfastly refuse Not only is nature aborted and hideously deformed but with this calamity conies threatened ruin to the cattlegrower and llockmastcr who must either ship to a market gluttedand pirateridden or see his stuff starve And the farmer so called whose crop withers and dieswho came here believing in what unscrupulous dealers in realty told him of the West and whose pilgrimage and new home has cost his nil So ours is not so had after all The thing to do now is take on and in for the tomorrownew courage forget the past light The Sunday School convention held at Irvington Saturday was al most pleasant gathering and all Sunday School workers not there missed a fine day The program was well carried out and severalI good talks were made The music rendered by members of the dif ferent churches was beautiful A bountiful dinner was served to all present Air W G Lawson of Rosetta was elected as member of the Hoard of Directors of the Farncr Union at the State meeting held in Central City lust week AirJ Law on is one of our good substantial farmers and is interested in the uphuilding of his fellow farmers and is working fov hotter prices for farm products The union made no miftako in naming Air Lawson as ono of its board of directors John G Carlisle former Secretary of the Treasury died of heart failure Sunday night at his apartments in Now York Caruso was a Kentuckian and was born in Campbell county in 1835 Ho had a successful politicalcareer With the retirement from power of the Democratic party in 1897 he withdrew from politics and took up- onen more the practice of law this timo in New York City where ho continued to live until his death The funeral will bo held in Washington and the interment will take place at Covington Ky ANNUAL MEET Of The Womans Missionary Un Jon Will Be Held At Clover I Creek In September Program of the third annual meeting of the Womans Missionary Union auxiliary to the Breckenridge Association I which meets at CloverCreek September J 7 8 and Oth 1 Meeting called to order at noon Sep I tember 7th by VicePresidentJ J 2 Song 2 DY9Unal exercises Mrs GId 1 MllleF 4 Progress and outlook of the societ ies President 5 Enrollment of delegatesII 0 Sphere and object of the W M U Mrs Mamie Gregory ii- l Special prayer for Gods blessings upon our Womans work in our as sociation I 8 Are we really interested in missions Mrs John Blythe 0 A glanceI at the work of our home board Mrs Joe Jones 10 The importance of interesting j children in missionsMiss Maud Smith 11 Report from Secretary of Sun beams and Royal AmbassadorsI 12 Song 13 Adjournment 000SEPTEMBER A M 1 Meeting called to order by Vice President at 980 2 Song 3 Devotional exercise Mrs J F Winchel 4 The obsticles of a Missionary So ciety and how to meet themOpen discussion led by Mrs H B Head 5 State Mission 6 Solo Miss Isabelle Hendrick 7 Talk on ChinaMIss Mary Moor manReturn Missionary followed by a tribute of honor in memory of Miss Eula Hensley our former missionaryMrs E B English 8 Discussion of plans of work and election of omcers- Adjournment9 Mrs W C Moorman Committee Mrs Jet Owen I Miss Sallie Robertson For the convinence of the Delegates the above program will be rendered on the afternoon of the 7th and morning- of the 8th Notice For Claims IA J Keys admr 1 vs 3257 Bess e Furrow Et al J All persons having claims against the estate of A J Keysdeceasedwill pre sent them before me at my office in Har dinsburg Ky on before the 1st day of October 1110 properly proven as re quired by law This the first day of August 1910 Lee Walls M C B C STEPIiENsPORT I Mrs Sam Reynolds who has been 1 visiting her mother Mrs Ohio Lay has returned to her home near New Albany IndCMiss Lena Payne has returned from a weeks stay at Big Springs where she visited relatives 1 There was several from this place at tended the baptizing at Roberts Land ing Sunday afternoon Mrs Will Lennon and daughter o Hardinsburg are guests of her parents 1 Mr and Mrs R A Smith Gen Jamison has returned from aJ visit to Ohio 1 Miss Nannie Hall of Union Scar spent a few days with her aunt Mrs R A Smith last week John Crawford of Holly Bluff Misstt is the guest of his mother Mrs HelleII Crawford Mrs Carrie Smith of Lewisport was the guest of Mrs Andrew Crawford I one day last week R S Skillman Is in town for a few daysMrs E A Blaine has returned from a visit to Louisville If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Candidates Numerous Candidates are getting numerous for the Republican nomination for Judge of the court of appeals in this district Daviess has two candidates Judge J Allen Dean and Hon George W Jolly and Mr Jolly is aheady making an ac tive campaign to secure the nomina tionGrayson county presents G W Stone of Leitchfield Ohio county steps to the front with M H Heavrin of Hartford Judge Galloway of Warren county is also mentioned as a candidate The latest county to be heard from is Hancock and Judge E C Vance of Hawesville is the candidate of that county There are 16 counties in the district and five of them have candidates Da viess being the only county with more than one The other 11 counties are toI yetIJudging from tho number of candi dates offering for the place the Republicans must feel very hopeful but it is going to prove a shattered h pelilt Is not in the cards for the Republi cans to carry the district this time Democratic prospects were never brighter In the whole country andI Judge Settle will succeed himself onI the appellate benchOwensboro En iuirerMr Reids Father Dead Mr and Mrs L T Reid receivedI word Saturday of the death of Mr Reids father Mr Wm Reid of Bu yrus Ohio He died Saturday J- II I R STORIES WKITTEN While The Press Thunders ael IJY LOUISE tple 1 18- L An interesting place in Cloverport to loaf if you get a chance is in the exchange olllce of The Cumberland Telephone Company of this city One can hear all kinds of news and facts and gossip If you want to learn the disposition of any person in town ask one of the operators The other day a representa ive of the News stepped in there to use the long distance phone and while waiting for the connection one of the employees of the Company said Last night when I got home II couldnt eat any supper I was so ner vous seemed everybody was so Impa tient everybody except one person andshe never gets in a hurry or cross She is always the same always kind over the phone and I wish there were more people like her Some people have no consideration for the operator and think we can always respond immediately to every call and request but this woman always waits her voice is so sweet and kin Uba we are ever glad to give her the best and quickest service Who is she asked the representative The operator hesi tated then answered Mrs Forrest Lightfoot 000 Col E Polk Johnson of Louisville is writing a history of Kentucky We are not surprised at Col Johnsons ability for the Work but one cannot help wondering at his energy After a man has gone through so many editions of the press as our good friend we Imagine ho would be too tired to write a book It takes energy and getup to write Reading pieces in the paper makes writing appear as easy as pouring ink out of a bottle but it means effort and serious study to get material fit to print especially for a history 000 Last week we were looking over a copy of the Breckenridge News dated July 27 1892 We found a letter writ ten by Mr Duncan in this number and it is so splendid and interesting that we are herewith reprinting it Cloverport Ky Apr 21 1802Mr Editor With your permission a few reminiscences will not be out of glace Thnt I have authority for the followingr statements would say that a residence I of 52 years will go far in vindication- of a claim to priority that very few residents can lay claim to Onelittle incident occurred in the interim in which t was more interested1 than any others of my life and that was a wise notion struck me to get married and my choice displayed more wisdom than any man In the realm of my acquaintance for she was the pret tiest woman in either Indiana or Ken tuckythat made her the most hand some in the United Statesfor these two states take the lead So I had the queen of the Union and today over 70 like the jay bird she can jump from limb to limb Of course her cheeks are not so rosy as in days long ago her face a little elongated which becomes her quite well as she has begin a devout Presbyterian all her life When I came from Hardinsburg here quite a youth I was cautioned not to eat much beef as there was trembles or milk sick in the neighborhood and keep away from the river for it was always damp and would give you chills rr There was great rivalry between Clo Jat verport and Hardinsburg in a com WIIoY eat mercial point and in those days Haredinsburg threw a great deal of her bus rMt iness to Stephensport One old citizen ets stated he went to Stephensport to gb 2to Louisville because more steam boats passed there than did Clover 1 port Of our present proportions it fs needless for me to speak as the former landing has grown into a corporate city =and spreading itself like a Fourth of July orator As to myself I have little to say as I am of small stature Would how ever in answer to queries regarding longevity say keep away front the groceries join the Methodist chnrch J vote the Democratic ticket and pay t your debts when you can These will give a quiet conscience and plenty of sleep Then as the cap stone of hap piness marry when youngwhich the Swriter did 50 years ago today WithM alllandP V Duncan P S My wife says lets begin a new for another 50 years So keep a spaceTin your excellent papar for a notice J 0lioWe are mignty anxious for a circus lhelylitiDidntso well until Frenchs Sensation for the first time in thirty years passed old ho Cloverport last week After all theU1dollars they have gotten from this old town we think they might at leastIhave stopped here and come up town 4 long enbugh to play for us the tune ofIDixie We may be wicked in our tastes and easily pleased with the a snow world but to be frank we would stop our press any day to go f down to the corner tolisten to Frenchs t brass band We love music love it almost as well as Dr Owen does and wo miss the evening concerts on the river bank One doesnt appreciate the show boats until the license goes up and the floating theaters drift down to Cannelton and Tell Cityl 18 Wheat Pool Sold at 103 After a weeks negotiations farmers J of the St Matthews Jefferson county Ky district who organized as a branch oS tWednesdayt J wheat containing 35000 bushels to the WashbnrnCrosby Co of Louisville at the price of 103 a bushel The price paid is much in advance of nor mal quotations Louisville millers having at a former conference declined nn- to complete a deal for the output at 1 per bushel According to terms agreed upon the entire crop is to be delivered to the company not later than August 20 Louisville mills are greatly in need of wheat and many have been operating tin extremely limited confines due to the lack of supply Early deliveries of wheat have been received at a prem ium due to the lateness of the season As the result of yesterdays deal it is believed that farmers of other sect tions of Jefferson county will he able to dispose of their wheat locally at good pricesBlue Grass Clipper Iou FAIREI r AT HARDINSBURG August 30= 31 and Sept t1- A r Clean Moral Agricultural Exposition Something to Suit the Taste of Everybody Display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and r IIA A Running Race Each Day A Trotting Race Each Day Floral Hall the Greatest in the State A REAL KENTUCKY FAIR b ML B KINCHELOE Secretary4 V v V I I 4 r 1 lt J I I v T 7 J d 4 Reliable lemedy Eis Cream Balm IffiMcly absorbed Ill Repel at Onco tjliiMnsca soothes teals And protects hey diseased mem mtje resulting from jferrh and drives twig a Cold in tho I Nrd quickly Ho f4 tho Souses of atDrugjutseiy Brothers CO Warren Street New York GheBreckenrideNews I VEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 w ii9io AUGUST i 1910- GUll tira Tue Wrd1TIiu Fri sot 12 34567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14151617181920 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28293031 V S 11ASt 1kSlStStSikkS idlkkSlA1tri1St 11Local Laconics I iIM11SIS171StSIS1 7eitkkSlilo7eStkAkSt7t7tuf It New comic post cards on sale at the News afftce- PostmasterI Leonard Oelze is ill at his home on Second strtet ifJi J Leo OConneil of Louisville is vis- Iting his uncle J T OConnell Mr and Mrs McGary of Louisville have been visiting Mrs Wallace Skill man Mrs Crenshaw of Versailles is the guest of her daughter Mrs David Phelps I Henry P Taul and daughter Miss Mary Taulof Tar Fork were here Jast week Mrs Grace Conover of Owensboro JR visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs tyG Babbage Miss Katherine Moorman of Louis jvllle was the guest of Misses Ree and fMatt Willis Sunday f Misses Louise and Celeste Taylor and Mr Day Neeley of Owensboro were at Tar Springs last week 1I Miss Jessie Plank and Roy Plank of t Owensboro returned home Friday after- a visit to the Misses Burn Miss Gense Wills has returned from West Point where she was the guest of Mrs Richard Whitehouse i P and Mrs L B Perkins and neice Miss Virginia Harris have returned r home from the East Mr and Mrs Harvey Stone were in Louisville Sunday the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Courtney Bab bageMrs J S Mattingly and two chil iijijdren Ruth and Ola of Tell City have been visiting Mr and Mrs Jack Mat tingly f Mrs Dick Feland Miss Annie Feland wand Jess Feland of New Madrid Mo have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Lewis Mrs Loyd and son Fay of Colum bus Ohio and Mrs Will Richardson of Louisville are guests of Judge and Mrs I H Wills Miss Sina Raitt of Cincinnati spent the week end with her aunt Mrs Mary Raitt She was returning home from a delightful visit West Miss Pauline Moorman has gone to St John to visit her father Mr C C Moorman and to Elizabethtown to visit her uncle Mr C E Keith Miss Beulah Rice of Tar Fork has been the guest of Mrs Will Pate Miss Susie Newton gave a pleasant entertainment last Friday night in honor of Miss Rice Miss Mary Jarboe of Bowling Green is home visiting her parents Mr and f jjjfrij John Jarboe Miss Jarboe says r her library work at Bowling Green is very fascinating- Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad delight fully entertained a small party at Tar Springs Wednesday in honor of Miss Francis Payne of Los Angeles Cal The guests were Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad Misses Cleona Weatherholt Lula Severs Martha Miller and Louise Babbage David Henry and Samuel Edward Conrad Only allttle cold in the head may be the beginning ot an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the Invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the 1 Inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price 5Qc If you prefer to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the good qualities of the solid form of this remedy and will rid you of catarrh or hay feVer No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York TOE SALEFEW CHOICE EiUEY cows H T GAR lattOJt myixGTQN XVi 3 D 10 2 t GLAD ITS OVER SAID CRIPPEN London fugitives Anxiety Too Much For Him to Bear UXORICIDE WELCOMED ARREST Man For Whom Police of the World Have Been Starching For Weeks Was Found With His Female Com panlon on the Steamer Montrose Having Sailed From Antwerp For Quebec In Fruitless Flight Quebec dispatch Dr Hawley H Crippen wanted for the murder of his wife Belle Elmore the American actress In London and Miss Lcneve his former stenographer are In the grasp of Scotland Yard At 8 oclocl Sunday morning Inspector Dew who on the faster Laurentic had beaten the fugitives to port boarded the Mont rose off Father Point with the pilot and In a few minutes handcuffs were on the man for whom the police ot the world have been searching for the past three weeks As for Miss Leneve when arrested she fainted in her cabin still dressed In boys clothing When Dow touched Crippen on the shoulder all the latter said was JI am glad the suspense is over The anx lety was too great for me to bear Crippen was immediately taken to cabin S while Miss Leneve remained in room 5 in a state of collapse This is the room that John Philo Robinson merchant of Detroit nnd John George Robinson student had occupied Miss Lenove was given girls clothing as soon as the arrest was made In a few moments the Montrose was on her way to Quebec Crippen and Miss Leneve had break fast as usual Sunday morning and af terward the girl In hoys clothes retired to her cabin while Crlppen paced the deck on the port side Dr Stewart the ships surgeon spoke to him just as the pilot boat got within hailing dis tance Its a cold morning Mr Robin son remarked Dr Stewart Yes replied Crippen looking at the fast approaching boat Then he added There seems to be a lot ol men In that boat Dr Stewart in describing the arrest said while Crippon had been very ner vows since the gulf was reached he did not seem to be apprehensive of the stop at Father Point until he saw the boatload of men pulling for the ship Then he turned pale Inspector Dew walked up the deck and when he got near to where Crippen and Dr Stewart were standing ho stopped and beck oned to Crippen The latter did not falter for a moment but walked straight over to where the sleuth from Scotland Yard was standing Dew took him by the arm and led him to tho captains room under the bridge where the arrest was made As the steel bracelets clamped his wrists he looked at Dew for a moment and said he was glad the suspense was over Then he was quickly led down to a vacant cabin where he was searched The first search of his outer clothing revealed only a 10 bill a watch and a pencil No revolver not even a knife was found Pinned to his undershirt however were five ladys diamond rings anda diamond pin Miss Le neve when searched also had In her possession a splendid diamond brooch Sitting in the cabin handcuffed and coatless Crippen presented a curious spectacle There Is no doubt that the man had been eating his heart out with fear for the past few days al though it Is equally sure he felt that the blow would fall at Quebec and not Father Point He sat on the small lounge with his head burled in his manacled hands huddled back in a corner He kept twichlng his hands nervously and during the time the de tectives were searching him ho looked sheepish like nothing so much as n small boy caught stealing jam Miss Lenevo was searched after she revived from the collapse which followed her arrest Dew asked her sev eral questions trying to draw from her what knowledge she had of the crime She volunteered little information The Montrose with Dr Crippen and the Lenevo girl arrived here at 130 this morning The prisoners were locked up If Crippen and the girl waive extradition the process of returning will not bo lengthy but if he decides to exercise his rights In this respect the proceedings will take four weeks before Inspector Dow can return to England with his prisoners Protracted Meeting att Custer Rev Keen the evangelist is holding a protracted meeting at Custer It will continue through the week The attendance is good both day and night Ball Players Skull Fractured Wheeling W Va July 29Player McDonald of the Terror Haute Central League baseball team suffered a fracture of the skull in a game with the Wheeling team Pitcher D6ak hit him in the head with a pitched ball Several Houses Unroofed Louisville Ky JuI128A severe storm of wind rain and pail passed over the eastern part of Louisrille unroofing several houses in the sub urb of St M ib0wif Tkere were no faUlitlM1 tt ii- Y DESTRUCTIVE FLOOD Much Damage Reported by Reason of Continued Rain In Kentucky Ilawcsvlllo Ky July 29 Nearly every bridge in Hancock county was carried away ninny miles of public highway rendered Impassable and tho Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad washed out In many places as a result of a twelvehour rain Light ning destroyed the station of tho rail way company at Lewlsburg and a large chair factory at Tell City across the Ohio river Many homes along streams throughout the county have been abandoned The loss to livestock is reported heavyw Hurried Away From Mob Lexington Ky July 28 Charles Lusk aged forty Is heavily guarded in the jail at Greenup Ky to prevent a possible lynching He Is accused of having attacked Deulah Hamilton ten years old Lusk who was formerly a lawyer and known as a reformer In politics is married and Is the father of eight children seven of them girls The condition of the Hamilton girl Is critical according to the dispatches m from GreenupWarts WartsFor+ + itohertsontiiorlvurAbout tPO acres 40ucrc Idlo this year now ready to turn grass and wccos under fur wheat 11 or iR1acres new ground flnotolmr co land extra Ino louse and burn Knr 2723Wlellerson For Salc16 ft Steam Boat Yawl FOR SALE One IO toot Ptcam float Yowl 10 JIJ Sawyer Oloverport ICy For Sale Thoroughbred Pigs FOIL SALETlirt0 HiimsnlronlKS 2 months two niulo and one gilt thoroughbred TIIFor Sale Scholarship lIowllnOrlollI IlreckenrldguNawsCloverport For SaleMill FOIL SALEifuber Traction Engine l11 I innrstI VurholFor Salefarm FOR HALE A farm and growing crop one IIIInydmFor Sale Bank Stock FOIL SALE Blx shares Iflrst State Hank RlanLA pt yAAsr attt CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilet Ammonia Everything for Hut Weather Comfort Severs Drug Co 4 Henderson Route Notes Just Fifteen Dollars 1550 from Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return July 10 Good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight August 3rd Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on Sftle June let to Sept 10 in cltitdve returning not later than Oct Slat Homeeeekers rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Commencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train No9 will not go to Falls of Rough There will be no connections with this train for halls of Rough 1025 Cloverport to Atlantic City and return Aug 4 1910 Good return ing reaching Cloverport not later than midnight Aug 20 8810 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept U4 1010 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight of Sept 30 1010 Also 720 for the round trip on Augm Sopt7 14 and 21 1910 good to return reaching Clo verport within 7 days from date of sale 15 Cloverport to Niagara Palls And Return Tickets will be sold Aug 12 bnd 16 and for trains scheduled to arrive in Cincinnati on or before 845 p m Aug 13 and respectively For further in formation Ask the Agent 1000 Cloverport to Chicago and return reaching Cloverport not later thsn midnight of Aug 16 Account of Trlehnjal Conclave Knights Templar r 14 Ills HATE HELD- THROUGH YEARS Disappointed Lover nurses Thought of Vengeance KILLED SUCCESSFUL RIVAL When Lee Stallyflda Received Invita tlon to Marriage of Man Who Cut Him Out He Sent Back Threat of Death at SightThat Was Five Years agar and Stallyflda Has Just Fulfilled HlsVow Mt Vernon Ind Jaly 29Flvo years ago when Harry LQng was mar ried In Henderson county eijtucky he sent Lee Stallyflds an invitation to his wedding the two having been rivals for the hand of the bride Stally fide replied I will kill you like a dog the first time I see you Long and his wife came hero to live and un known to them Stallyflds secured work near here some weeks ago Late at night Long and his wife were sitting in tho swing In front of their homo and Mrs Long was hold Ing the baby in her lap Stallyflds passed by and seeing them without saying a word opened fire He shot three times one shot striking Long In tho leg and the other two passed through his abdomen George Bishop a neighbor sitting a few feet away knocked Stallyfids down with a brick at the third shot and after wrenching his pistol away held him until an officer camo and ar rested him Long was taken to Evansville on a special traction car but all efforts to save his life were futile Stallyflds when taken to jail refused to talk about his crime Louisville flarket Report Louisville AUK 2 1010 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry new lSc and 100 CornNo white 69M OatsNo2 mixed 4- 0EggsMarketI steady case count 15 candled 1617- PoultryHens 13 and 14c per Ib roosters 7c young chickens 15 16c ducks lOc turkeys 12c Calves Market lower best 750 p 3 00 medium lCO la 7 HO common ta00 600 Lambs Market steady The best brought 025 C 6 50 srccnds 500 525 culls X1501 4 50 Fair demand for choice native ewes at 45c HogsThe market ruled 15 cents lower on all grades selected heavy hogs 200 Ibs and up 825 mediums 105 to 200 lbi J85T light shippers and heavy pigs 00 to 16r Ibs J880 light pigs 7 80 roughs 7 55 down Local dealers are paying the follow in prices for new potatoes 125 bbl green apples 75350 bbl new cabbage 110 cents crate onions 125 bbl Boone county wool growers sold their 400000 pounds of pooled wool Monday at 26Jc Louisville parties were thin purchasers HARDINSBURG Mrs Morris Beard and niece Miss Aud will leave for Indianapolis this week to visit Mrs David R Murray Frank Haswell has returned to his home after a few days visit with his parents Mr and Mrs John Haswell Mr amlMrs J D Shaw are happy over the arrival of a little girl in their home Kula Moorman Shaw The Jennie Wren Society was enter tained by Mrs Gus Shelhnan last Friday Mrs Moss and Mrs Mathor enter tained tho ladies of the city at the par sonageTuesdav afternoon from three to six oclock Mrs Carlt Richardson returned to Louisville Monday after a few days visit with her sister Mrs P 1l Beard Mrs Herbert Board Mrs Davis Dowell and Miss Nancye Kinchcloc took their Sunday School classes to Clover Creek Tuesday to spend the day If the best is not too good for you Lawisport Best Hour is tho Hour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Subscribe 101 1111 =10i Yes IndeedQI 0o We sold a tremendous II lot of those uptodate o Oxfords Better get U H yours now for Masons ru Barbecue 18thb 1111 j We have some of all sizes yet for oMEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Better come early if you want a pair Tennis Oxfords for Boys and Men jg M Barefoot Sandals Infants Canvas H HnH n El 01 J C NOLTE BRO 0- E LH CLOVERPORT KY J E II Q01LdJjt0I JII t 101 JI OQ iI C LAND LAND LAND ITIf InllIwI MluotIlroomcornIn the Panhandle of Texasy- ou can Rot three or four crops of Alfalfa each yenr which will average a ton to tin aero at ouch rutting The best of water from Sfi to 100 feet deep No cyclones hot winds 1110 Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year To anyone who buys u section of this land tiUO acres I will guarantee them tho named profit the first Yt ar and when thty have mmle tnu first payment In I wIlt deposit One Thousand Duiliirs In any bank In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money If at the end of I12 months they cannot suit this section for tho a + bore framed prnllt then the forfeit money Is theirs fico Kuurantco on onehalf section and 250 on a quarter section IIf Interested write me at once iJ C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Kya0 I rlir WARREN G HARDING IRepublicansI II Will Increase Capital Stock Louisville July 29Tito special meeting of the stockholders of tho Fidelity Trust Company at which a plan to increase tho capital of the company from JlOOOOOO to 2000000 will bo considered will he held August 18 At tho meeting the stockholders will ho asked to approve the plan to Issue 1 000000 additional ntwli so that tho shortage caused by the peculations of August Hopko now In Jail may be wercornc m on fVt Y0L9nOrsrt00 t for Sale tTux receipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get O C- DIII R OIl Perkins b+ oA MAnvntt 11A tld RAYMOND Mrs G A Ilendry and daughter vis ited her mother Mrs Z C Hendrv last week Otis Stiff lost n fine calf lost week by fulling in n sinkhole Mr and Mrs Oral Coomos were in Irvington Saturday Henry Clnyeomb is very low at this writingLittle Cnnmilln Ilendry happened to a very pntyiful accident inst week while ploying She ran n prong of a pitch fcrk through her foot Carlt Chnppoll and family visited at Amos Prnthers nunr Hrnmlenbnrg Saturday nnd Sunday Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton nnd daughter Miriam spent Sunday at Mr Simmons at Wubstur Otis Stiff sold several barrels of ap plus to John Rollins of Union Star last week If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use I NOTICEBeard Bros will give their Colt Show the Second Day Of the Fair All those having suckling colts from Highland Glenworth Chester Crest Sporting Boy and Jack John and want to show them have them broke to halter We will give everyone of our customers a pass in the Fair that day who has a colt to show Yours Respectfully BEARD BROS Hardinsburg Ky 1 II Y J ti t p 7f L r If 1 1 N NEW ENGLAND TO BOOS CORN CROP e Anpncos Exposition to EnI xsaJtoorage Movement THINK GRAIN BELT INFERIOR J Gw I Down East Farmer innir of Greatest Yield to Acre Prize In J908 and t k Sweetest Species In World Grows In t Massachusetts and Connecticut Is l Boast of Fair Promoters r OFrY Corn IIs a natlof New Eng y N liirHh I ithpyieic of corn it6 he ficFb T Zn the Now England states is higher than In the states of the corn belt f A NeN England fcrrrer in 1908 Jg won the prize for the greatest t yield of corn to the acre r The finest sweet corn in tho world iis produced in the New England 61CStz CrexJrr a ho Nx Recognition of the Mirprlsiiiir facts cited above has brought abut the Incorporation of tIll NOW Kntland Corn exposition to be held In AVoirerf 1e + lass luNoi Jyr The ob JCCt of the exposition JJj to deihYn etrate that New England can grow corn and to Impress upon 1pe farmers the value of cornl as if product There will be Informative exhibits by the six New England agricultural col loges and seven experiment sujtlons tally lecturesi oir cartintprovementl Wlll be given ns well as demonstra TTru iuus of seed testing and corn anti grain Judging The United States de artment of agriculture Is expected to urmsn resting and valuable ox hlblts j j fQ t Rcaant more Corn Raised One of tho weaknesses of farming In New England says J Lewis Ells worth secretary of the Massachusetts state board of agriculture and one of the charter members of the ujnv corlI poratlout Js the failure of the farmers I to raise their 8W1l corn Very little corn is raised In Massa chusetts We want to get the farmer Interested In this so that he will raise his own corn Formerly a farmer would buy his corn since that was heape than raising It Now the Tccof corn has Increased by 100 per cent since 1SOO and he Is not buying 0 111U rinftThe ollleofs tit tho tltjiuslttuil i lil urg ing a intire genohll jirottUcUon of corn explalii unit NirtsSueUusetts Is exceeded in value Of product per acre by only one StiUe Connecticut Despite the tact that thet cost of production Is probably higher In Massachusetts than In the corn belt of the Mississippi valley there Is no doubt they say that corn can be raised with a profit In this state for the average price per bushel Is higher than in most states In 1005 the average farm prices of corn wero as follows In the United States as a whole 28 cents in Iowa 84 cents in Illinois 38 cents In In diana 33 cents in Massachusetts 70 cents Much Fertilizer Needed Although fertilizers mtfst T e used in greater quantity than In the states t named Professor William F Brooks director of the Massachusetts agricul rural experiment station points out that on many soils In Massachusetts L an average expenditure of about S0 an acre for fertilizers will Insure an annual product of sixty to seventy bushelsThis Is at tho rate of only about 30 conts a bushel for corn produced but In Massachusetts the stover is worth more as forage than in tho western states Staggers Skeptics That n clean nice fragrant compound I like Bucklens Arnica Salve will instant t I t Ily relieve n bad burn cm scasd wound i or piles staggers skeptics But great I cures prove it it wonderful healer of the worst sores ulcers boils felons eczema akin eruptions as also chapped hand sprains and corns Try it afjc at Se f Vers Drug Co J F jlDldn Want It Flattenedb fThisstory la told of Jerome K Jo t tome the humorist Returning from r abroad one time he fell Into good com pang with the exception of one man who was what Is known as a walking encyclopedia This man persisted in giving all sorts of Information much to the annoyance of Mr Jerome and others One morning as the travelers leaned over the rail admiring the ris ing sun the man with the Information turned to them and said almost sol mcnly Gentlemen if tho earth were flat tened out the sea would bo two miles deep over the whole world Mr Jerome turned around seeming 1y stunned Then he grow indignant 1 end walking over to the other man IM Raid shaking his finger menacingly Look here man If you catch any d sHow trying to flatters out the earth tJIItoOti him on the pilot I cant swlDi iINelphfa NEW FURNITURE Two Ingenious and Useful Inven tions For the Home A USEFUL DRESSING TABLE Ib T JWi The Chafing Dish Cabinet IIs tho SouJ I of Hospitality A Boon to People Living In Small Apartments and In Boarding Houses A folding dressing table and a chaf Ingentous dwellers of small houses and apartments where every Inch of room counts and where every clever space saving device that Is attractive to lookup n and yet adds to the comfort of living Is welcomed with open purses The last word In compactness of ar rangement and simplicity of design I spoken in these last examples Cld bartisans 1 The drcsslp I ifrnml it htfotlucPyon AfS Shllti ntlliplotl td H Brent I torily ulvii tiScsettt tieeibnn ism concealed in its trolls led mahog any top by means fcfc which At Is converted automatically trom n plain lit FOLDING DRESSING TABLE tie table that could stand unquestioned Id the PatoiLpr living roomor any Jjidcc in tjte JlaFTor that juaUerliito STSoSt convenient and spacious dressing table The top Is divided into two parts By lifting the leaves on their Invisible l111gesa cnt t rises from below lIkoan elevator bringing Into view a well selected tolII let outfit mounted in silver each piece fitting perfectly Iln itsjpwn little corn I1Jlrfmcutcomb brush hand mirror powder and sglvc boxes and manicure I implements lifttbe middle lying flat on Its face Is a good sized mirror fit ted with hinges and uprights Chat is easily lifted In place after the table is open and folded flat when it isi to bo closed Nothing could bo more Ingen iously deceiving rind servo two purposes so skillfully The cia ng dish cabinet so unobtrusive in its outside appearance Is the soul of hospitality Within its smooth wooden doors are four com partments and two drawers One the I lowest Is set aside for the chafing dish resting on a portable tray of white opaque glass bound with wood in which are handles at either end The glass Is quickly cleansed and does not become too hot to touch In another compartment Is a fixed rack for glass es and another which swings out so I ofIcruetsI I CIIAFINO DI8II OAIIISRT for popper snit and all the rthings necessary for n clmllug dish supper There Is it place fur n cracker jiir ton and In ttilt drawers tare napkins knives and forks Besides there Is room for plates If they must lie kept there and any number of lpackages from which the supper Is culled The top Is lint nUll Just the right height for the cook to stand comfortably to stir It is a boon to the hospitable hearts of peo ple who live In apartment hotels and boarding houses where nothing tastes as good as something made by ones own hand and where nothing Is more fun Ithan to gather around a steaming chafing dish for a rarebit or an a In Newburg In the wet sina hours Who among tthe vast army of boarders has not longed for just such conveniences when restaurants are closed or the trouble of dressing to go out seems the greatest woe In the world Struck a Rich Mine- S W Bends of Coal City Ala save he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney ttoable after t la years of suffering They are the belt pills on earth for constipation Malaria J I isr iBii 1ert rl WANTS HER- LEITERIrI PUBLISHED i For Benefit of Women who j Suffer from Female Ills IIRufTprlrIII caused r anti fftflctfe down 4 t l Mxm of tie yfem I read so nuichofwhatLydia Vegetablo done for other suffering I felt sure it would help and Imust did help wonderfully My pains left me I montsLII I want this letter made public to derivefromVegetableCompoundMrs 2115 Second North Minneapolis MinnThousands genuineprovetheVegetable Compound which Is mado exclusively from roots and herbg distressing not lose sight of these facts or doubt PinkhiimsVegetable theirheath I Ifyou want special advice writeto Mrs Piiikimin at Lynn Mass t 1cOIll1clclltla11 DontwsltatointhisI I I BOXES FOR BRIDES CAKE the Heart Shape Design a Popular Selection ho statement that It is not what iy done but how it Is done that counts verges on the trite but It is particularly applicable in the little things that I contribute toward a pleasant time for wedding I li J guesfit ii htloiigi r kept for weeks and wcoks ills into little pieces and or presented to the and friends of happy pair Just how to this in an attrac sometimes question that its answer in the rush of the lust fewIII II Jays iwot u i iin Mw l stnIBoxes CUll now be purchased at tlouery departments of any largo store and accessories are the bridesTherecircular box that looks like a miniature wed ding cake Vhen tied with white ribbon or with slliitin cords that reflectII the color schtime of the is well worth having The ends of the bow art gathered into the tops of tiny silver beJ1- sPerhaps the heart shaped box of white Is more appropriate This hold a heart shap ed piece of cake and top of the box should be tied down with broad ribbon fas tened under a ro settc women sent guests tive form within should Square forms are always good The addition of card with the best wish es tho bride and bridegroom little personal touch that Is well worthwhile Through knot ribbon 11I the tho the gold alit cord nar row box will hold fresh of like to somo had me say it me all St cut the give Is a for rf the the ij a of Is a j the of I spray of aspara gus fern can be slipped It lasts for weeks and gives the fresh ness that Is desirable especially for boxes that are to be sent away through mall I To friends who are present there can easily be given n spray of leaves with a blossom from decoration of the table or rooms Tied with a or tr a long a sprig flowers People carry with thorn part clamors of the festivities The manta for sou venirs still prevails Of course the custom of haying tho cake cut by the bride herself can ens ily be observed for during the recep tion following tho small plecea can bo boxed and tied by a special committee of friends and distributed to1 tho guests before their departure- As to the dreams that may come when tho fair recipients sleep with the brides cake beneath their pillows who can tell whether they can Vie with the pleasure of receiving It in so charming n form Peel languid weak rundown Head ache Stomach ofl Justra plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood JUt tens tones liver and stomacbpromotes digestion gurif rt the blpod 0r T lY iY EVERY FARMER=As wCJitil busies t accounttBecause elsePaying V rconvenienhmetpocfr i t bookkeepingYouryour business p I Ir tiioso desiring Banking Cpnnectjpps with an Old EsthbHshea Bank ice extend our services j The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardlnsburg Ky j t JI4f I 1sIW u a l LAftri FAMILIES ENCOURAGED iTnglafccI and GWW iny Pay Bonuses to Dfcfeirt Rfeco Suicide- The dangers tC fce suicide are so well understood in Europe that ef forts are being made In several coun tries to engage married couples to have large families England grunts a rebate In taxation to fathers odr families France Is con sidering tUill for paying cash bonuses to government employees with chil dren und the German borough of Schoneberg which comprises a large part of south and southwest Berlin pays premiums to municipal employ ees who have more than two children The increased cost of living has produced n marked tendency toward the two child standard in German towns Bchonebcrg will henceforth pay 2DO n month to every employee married or widower who has three children 3 a month for four children 5375 for live 425 for fllxJ and 5 for families of more thus six TSSP rw tiiaM i z Wood Pulp Replaces Cotton A French Inventor has produce l tt snb5 itut fti r ro t titrade fidjiWtTh pulp amid samples veu chibitGd h1 ASIsocilltlonwoven Groin the fiber Is said to stand blenching dyeing and finishing as well as rotten and to have a more brit tnlt luster j U V Ghlldrolr Gfr fmFOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAPRO1IOTED 1 An Error Made Him a Professor of History In Russia Some years ago the minister of edu cation in St Petersburg was appealed to by telegraph for n cook to be bur Fled to Moscow The operator got his dashes and dots mixed but by next ceremonylously c whgrg Jhe Was introduced to the assem bled faculty and students as tho new professor in his lory r fcswj The unhappy tellow protested UlUf whllg liemight be a professor of pots find pans ho knew nothing about his isImake one so years has held his professorship though no ono attends his lectures Another laughable story comes front the Suwulky school for boys A doorkeeper thieve who could scarcely read or write had grown So untidy null slow that he was no longerl useful but as the headmaster did not want to set him adrift he promoted him ton tetooli ers post and had him transferred tort distant school He too will le MpruJ fessor some day Moscoxv Softer I Iu New York World 0 Life on Panama Canall Leshad one frightful dfriwbackmalarla trouble that has brduglit suffering and death to thctisands The gent cause chills ieVtr timid ague billibusnesp Jaundice lassitude wenkhes and gen eral debility llutUlectric Bitters never fail to destroy them Wild cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe ailact of ma laria writes Wm1 A Fretwelloftucf- luia N Cand Ive lied good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and pevent typhiod 50c Guaranteed by Severs bcuig Co Dont forget to try a News Want Ad r Y Ife Jersey Cow For alrorotr trtp r fee Full stock Jersey W St Lambert Strain 3yearsold and has a beautiful fawn colored w heifer calf 10 days old by her side that is alsosib sibfullsound cajfiBoth6500 qstandI you IIthem I spedrl t 11t est r I aAtIi 1 IUfeI Irvington Ky Route No 1it t ti coat rir C GrE law I II nsl f r d MeetElvery yitg- i 1g r at OurSCla Fountain i mn Ill sonAtsomepM sodafountain O 2 favorite of the cityjusDelicidys fc6creamr sodas fruit and nut sundaes in augvariety of flavors and the refreshing exhilaratingtoil tellFANserv S nh oily pleasantly cool soda department make youtrotforget the hbt weatherrooYett71l1ike the place the service and the beverages tim bnBrowns Confectionery Cloverport Ky tlOl entIitm n Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERME DIATECERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Fall session opens Sept 6 1910 Address H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature ofG NOTICE When sending a news Hernlo ii fice please make it as brief asp so we can have room for all the TTelephoneInterestEdltorIn C For the Best res ltjtlon EarnNewstuniSect 11menNEWS WANT ADS COST LIT1EE4Ch t But They DO MuchEStiIingThey help to rentacidsellc real estate rent rooms secure positions find godd help in il tsell what is not wanted and findnVhat isWanted J1 ally a UIf Se If yolrhayfc a Small Business and WahtMol erB4SjnQt I Try a Breckenridge News Wttnt Ao ijjr toble The fact that they are helping many others pf our readers S good probf ttetrond wbu111i 1 1afil Write Call or Wbl phpneh ii- r i yep 1J Z 1convenient to bay yqur ads at The Nervsoflicetalt phone th8mto46yxWe w- r g fr thrcoffr iindtyoti can mail stan t ilnl n convenient r i + I fJ A1 I 1REESiOTHER- i I I OPENS CRUSADE i in Davey Starts National Campaign Against Sparrow II s F illNG BAND ORGANIZED csK llmlnatlon of Song Birds and Death y til Trees Through Increasa of Insects and English Pest Predicted by Ohioan Who Views Forests as Akin to Human Race John Davcy of Kent 0 brother of trees formally launched his na e I Io wide crusade against the pcstlf oils English sparrow at Dayton 0t cently In the organization of the Ird and Tree band and the adoption 1 f the following resolutions Inasmuch as the preservation of our all vegetation depends on the 1eefIand our native birds and The rapid disappearance of WJie ig birds Is accompanied by an alnr g prevalence of disease among the OredWhereas This decrease of numbers of Sir ur coworkers the native birds Is duo murderousatI ablts of the English house sparrow I ourIdyes to use every means to encourage restoration and preservation of our calfhe birds and to destroy the crow Eng Ish sparrow and all other foes of our 500Irds to the end that vegetation may bo Preserved to tho use of man and beast uJSsPredicts Song Birds End Mr Davey asserts that unless tho I robber sparrows are exterminated speedily tho song birds will soon be driven from human habitations and will remain In the depths of the for- eSts leaving the insects and the spar rows a clear treeless field In a very few years Mr Davey looks upon a tree and talks of It as a living creature An extract from his Dayton remarks gives an idea of his realization of tho actual life of the tree as follows 1Iaffirm a threefold proposition 1 First All life Is divine for the simple reason that nothing but Dlvluo power can produce It- SecondIn all tho realms of life the + laws of God are substantially one with slight modifications In their application Third The life of the treo is as real as the lire of tho human body and this Is been under tho microscope where tho protoplasmic activities are seen to be conducted with Just as much Inherent In telllgejico In cell building as In the human body This world can never be what Its Creator designed It to bo until wo lay aside all such conceptions as things be hug run by luck or chance The nor wa condition of everything Is health iffjjphn animal or plant Is suffering jsonfe law has beep violated re Mllilennium Is Dawn of Power laI Man a creature in tho Imago of oar1od was created to have dominion over the remainder of creation and Just as soon as we learn that It is our high calling to destroy the useless or a lower forms that the higher may hold sway then under sanctified human In tellect the millennium will begin to dawn What people see and talk about the treeII o the visible pnrtIs only see yttontlary The Invisible portion the rootsIs the all essential considera Lion Hence Mr Davey considers root ac lon first and foremost In all his eel entitle work r The Best Hour of Life is when you do some great deed or discover sonic wonderful fact This hour CYsays from the worst cold 1 ever had I then proved to mv great satisfaction what n wonderful Cold and Cough cure FR Dr Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured YOU cant say anything too good of a like that Its the surest and mtttbmediclue fe 1best remedy for diseased lungs Hem Icpc morrhages LhGrippe Asthma Hay stifleFever any throat or lung trouble 50c 1100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by era Drug Co 01 Course In Agriculture sp1Iie The Western Kentucky State Normal IICschool offers a practical course of study in Elementary Agriculture demonstra Ittion and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an oppor tunity to prepare for teaching the sub ject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 6 1010 I cd Write for information Address HH J Cherry President Bowling Green Ky The Miserabfe Villain Low ComedianAfter all these years Bggbcrt has at last succeeded In malt Ing a lilt with tho audience k SoubretteSo now does ho do fp tt Low Comedian You know he has I always played vlllalu roles SoubrotteYesLow Well In tho last act otanow play tho author allows him fo repent and say Ive been a miser able vlllalu That confession In variably brings down tho houseBoston Post CMi1rNa Qe FOR FLETCH- ERSiQASTQJRI fC i i I 1l h The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most deceptive deaths are caused by it heart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is- allowedtoadvance I thekidneypoison ed bloodwill nt tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervousness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed RAWNS DEATH IS PERPLEXING Ira G Raven president of the Monon railroad was shot to death Tuesday night In his summer home In Wlnnet ka Ill Members of his family say ho vas murdered by a burglar Those who hold to the burglar theory believe Mr Rawn may have started down stairs to meet a man supposed to bo in the house but that instead of being shot by the burglar he tripped In his nlghtrobe and accidentally pulled tho trigger of his own revolver as he was falling A third theory which Is resented by members of the family and by subordinate officers of the Monon was that Mr Rawn took his own life being prompted by worry and sleep lessness over the scandals which havo developed In the last few weeks in the affairs of the Western Indiana road of which he was a director and of the Illinois Central of which he was vice president in charge of operation until last fall Cheapest accident insurance Dr Thomas Electic 011 Stops the pun and heals the wound All druggist sell it MILK BOSSY BY MACHINE Washingtons Trousered Dairymaids Return to Peach Packing Ont of the model dairies In the state of Washington located near North Ya klma has received a shipment of mod ern milking machines and fifty white trousered girls are thrown out of employment The girls had been doing the milking for several years having displaced lap nuese who were found to be tinhygl fitilc Each girl wore a tight fitting pair of trousers and a short sleeved Jacket to match which garments were boiled and starched each day by the farm laundress Each cow Is bathed in warm water and soap twice dally combed nnd brushed The floors of the dairy barn are scrublwd many times dully The newlyI acquired machines are designed to draw the milk by a pumping method power for which IIs supplied by a gasoline engine It IIs claimed one machine will be able to do the work of ten girls and dd It In a more hygiI enic way The milking girls have don ned skirts and are employed in pack lug peachtts and pears In the irrigated orchards near by Some Of The Queer Things For Which Paper Is Used Bottomless bags for shipping spades Plastering roofing aud insulating Bags and parcels of various shapes for disguising1 shipments of liquor into prohibition districts Tape for winding varnished shafts table logs and etc Fireworks of many kinds Sock bands liners and etc Bed sheets vests and blankets Bags for baseball bats and canes Excelsior for packing candies etc commonely called trout Non conducting material for lining refrigerators etc Pipe coverings Silk wrappers DecalcomaniaSodding lawns Gummed tape used instead of twinesCar wheels BucketsConfetti and cotillion favors Ask us about any of them The Breckinridge News Advertising is the Key note of success f J 0 Y 0ii I lr T I THE MAr WITH THE HOSE k flowed by the weight of summers heat ho stands x Aid holds his hose and enzna on the grouivl A A tiny stream doth trickle from Its 4 snout Occasionally coming drop by drop x Who made him dead to rapture and J despair Stolid and stunned a brother to the ox SP Who killed tho evening Joy that once ho knew x When ho did stand and squirt 112O theiiTo mako his pretty lawn and growbOh mayors aldermen and public X works J Is this tho handiwork you prom teed us This tiny fickle and distorted T stream X How will you over strengthen up A Its flow X Touch It again with Immortality A Give back tho raging torrent with which wo 9 Were wont to chase the cats and x dogs away X When will wo havo that often promised pump w To satisfy the parched taxpaying 4 chump Oh masters lords and rulers of X our town How will the future reckon with us men 9 And women too who are at best X but dust X And who are growing dustier each day How will you answer tho brute 4 questions of x The man who stands and vainly f holds the hose 4Grand Rapids Press I suffered habitually IrD1 constipat ion Doans Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever sinceA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Texas NEW GUINEA PYGMIES The Spear and Bow and Poisoned Ar rows Their Chief Weapons Our knowledge of the pygmies of New Guinea shows that In habit they Ire nomadic nowhere tilling the ground but depending for their living entirely on their skill In hunting and fishing Their chief weapon Is the bow their arrows being generally poisoned either with the famous upas or some other similar vegetable poison In some cases It species of strychnine They also make use of the spear and an ingenious form of spring gun which Is common to numerous other forest tribes This Is formed by set ting a flattened bamboo spear attached to a bent sapling which Is fastened to a trigger In such a way that It Is re leased by the passerby stumbling against an Invisible string stretched across a game track These spears are really set for game anti to the Initi ated they are obvious enough as their presence Is always indicated by cer tain well known signs such as a broken off twig placed In a cleft stick In war these signs are removed the removal being equivalent to the mov ing of buoys lu a mined channel Tho wounds Inflicted by these hardened bamboo spears are necessarily serious The incntaj qualities of the Negritos are extremely undeveloped none of them being able to express a higher numerical Idea than three but all observers who have met them unite In saying that they nro a merry little peo pie with great Ideas of hospitality when their confidence has been gained and provided they have not been previously 111 treated They are not can ulbals rind are generally monogamous London Times LIGHTNING FLASHES Many Things Concerning Them That Science Cannot Fathom A young girl In charge of two chil dren sheltering under a tree on Chlslc hurst common was struck by light ning and killed ono of those dreadful instances of the sort of personal touch with which lightning semis to select Its victim for though one child Is reported to have been thrown down nei ther apparently was Injured There are many Instances of course of this strange selection due In most cases probably to sonic accident of clothing There Is a well remembered case which happened some years ago at Com bridge when three young men were walking across an open space of ground and tho middle one of tho three was struck dead while the oth ers were untouched Tho Inquest showed that the young man who was killed had nails In his boots whereas tho others were wearing boating shoes The phenomena of thunderstorms have been the subject of much study Id America But Jf thunderstorms can be classified they arc still not thor oughly understood We do not yet know what are the exact conditions which lead to a discharge of electricity In tho form of a lightning flash from cloud to cloud or from cloud to earth Wo cannot reproduce thunder and lightning In a laboratory We do not know what is tho origin of the elec trification manifested lu a storm London Spectat- orK1LLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings iNs coerJIei FOR t AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFAOTOZ OR MONEY BEOTNDXD t II- r rr A HELPING HAND Is Gladly Extended by A Clover pnrt Cilizin There are many enthusiastic citizens in Cloverport prepared to Wit their ex perience for the public good Testi mony from such a source is the best of evidence and will prove a helping hand to scores of readers Rend the following statement John II Wills judge of police court High street Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation in pronouncing Doans Kidney Pills the best remedy to be had for kidney disorders I take pleasure in recommending them to all persons afflicted with this trouble I shall be pleased to answer any ques tions about Deans Kidney Pills at anytime For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeaber the nameDeansandt- ake no other THE ANDORRANS All the Inhabitants of the Little Re I Ipubllo Are Related of Andorra tho little republic which Is wedged In between Franco and Spain and which has exist ed slnco the year 782 are very proud of their blue blood and ancient lineage In their eyes a gavacho foreigner of any description or nationality Is mere ly an interior being a sort of mush room upstart In comparison with themselves During 1200 years they have continually married and Intermarried to such an extent that at present all the inhabitants are practically cousins yet strange to say neither their physical mental nor moral qualities seem to havo suffered Both sexes are strong limbed broad shouldered bright eyed hardy and long lived retaining their hair and their teeth to a green old age They are also keen witted and Intelli gent alert and happy hearted sober Industrious hospitable and devout Time feminine Andorran has not a vest ige of coquetry about her She is Just the female pure and simple She Is n thrifty housewife a helpmate to her husband in the most literal sense of tho term ready nnd able to trudge off across mountain and valley beside him with a pack of smuggled goods on her back In case of need Wide World Magazine Soothes itching skin Ilfals cuts or bum tu without n sear Cures pile s ec lenin salt rheum any itching Doans ointment Your druggist sells it CONSTANTINOPLE WAGING WAR ON CANINE HORDES Former Sultans Superstition Cast Aside at Last To imagine Constantinople without Its hordes of prowling street dogs is difficult but the authorities of the Ot toman capital have started in earnest to rid the city of one of Its most no torlous features Last year a contractor offered to pay the Turkish treasury a lump sum for the privilege of clearing the city streets of dogs What he wanted to do with them did not transpire per Imps he expected to recoup himself by selling the skins for gloves Anyhow his proposition met with no favor Today the Turks would have gladly ac cepted his proposal but no dog buyers were forthcoming so they tackled the question themselves Detachments of policemen and sweepers armed with lassoes and wooden tongs and followed by a train of dust carts have gone forth by night and raided the unsuspecting beasts A few were spared at the Intercession of Individuals who agreed to look after the dogs Time others were driven away to an unknown fate At the time of the RussoTurklsh war a large number of dogs were col lected and put on Bulwer Island one of the Princes islands In the sea of Marmora so called after a former English ambassador who once owned a country house there No one took care of the starving creatures and the result was that they began to devour each other before tho work of transporting the whole ca nine contingent was complete Then news camp of a crushing detent of the Turks Time sultan took It as a sign of divine wrath and hastened to sign an order for time exiles to be taken back to town Lately they have been a greats er nuisance than ever TO ARBITRATE Grand Trunk Strike In a Way of Early Settlement Ottawa Can dispatch The effort to bring to an end tha Grand Trunk strike looks more promising The strikers have Just agreed to submit tho situation to a board of arbitration mu tually acceptable MacKenzlo King minister of labor has telegraphed Mr Hays president of the Grand Trunk road and In event of a favorable reply ho will go to Montreal and loud tho good offices of the government toward getting a board appointed satisfactory to both sides and try to got tho strike nettled Subscribe today t It Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to play 1 1910 147 I 145jI I 142 1144 I Ho Dally Dally I Dully 1141STATIONS 1146 Dully Dally pa117 Apmlu 40 11m vLOUISVILLI3 Ar 7 14 um 12 50pm 7 40ptn rt4 83 STltAWHtCltuy f12 Sirr aCsf7 03 f5 II t0 ii STITKd fl30 12 U7 t7 IK 1517 KATIIiiN112 01 1001 Ii 21 I 21I WEST POINT 0 20 112 01 0 50 rr C523 ID J IIUWAItl fllMtm ttl 64 f531 fQ 30 HAHTLKS til 50 040 t537 raa4 HOCK JlAVtwV tit 45 to 41 f5 43 fl40 LUNG liltANOII 11137 1033 552 040 ultnvlENiIUltQII SO 025 01aeo9to 43 OIInLuniufjua 34rnf05 f103T SAMlLK 1037 finkM w H STElHENSlOIlT 1027 5 N It7 rIO 4S ADDlSOiN 1022 51001 CIlI50 HOLT tlo 10 f5 IOSo u m 11 0 7 15 1100 115wSIIUIsfil 12- 1fo Ci OJf6I U 43 400 7 53627 f74S r 1EIHIE 837 fM532 f16Q AIJAIlt40 tit 932 ifS 12o9 r wAIT11ANrf76 53at4 ru ill AIACEU S3 tT 03 9 03 U 04 115 f84 PATES f8 50 1101 DUTCH7 13 12 3j1m 835 1210pm OWENSIIOKOT 3 50 fS 45 3 45 6 53840 CONWAV MAITINGLYf7 t8 00 I U lJTi fS z3 f6311 35 f8 57 t12 57 STANLVC1 40 h f8J ra 23 6 MtD 03r NEWIANf87 46 tO h 15 02S 116 W 16OJ 1t101 to IB158 8 HI r 9 18 SPOTTSVILLE 7 53 f311 613t0 24r 7 52 t3 07 0 098 n 1 30 II 42 I 05 HENDEHHON 300 7 39 255 555pmI53 1015 230740umI4Opmrsroa A = f NOTSTOPTrainscars and StLouis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville i Z4Nol fromeastNo 144 will Bt stations trulxtwestHartford LineWest Bound Between irvlnjjton and Fordsvllle 1iiiElast Bound Second Class list Olusl1stClass Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 Mixed Mixed Passon STATIONSPtssen Mixed I MixedDally ox Dally ox ItorItor Dally ex Dally esSunday Sunday Dally Dally Sunday I Sundae 6 5 ii lOam l110pmf655 60f730f7201015s723s225 s73 6101154mn1 Hardlnsburg so 17 6210 t7 41 0 27 1201 10f71757 045 f1215 McQuady lS6 f1 20 9545810 059 s1227 Qlendeane 845s100s819 7 Up s12 U6 Dempster s8 36sl2 45 0 43 1824 713 f1240 936f831 811 724 f12SI 9 31 AskinsIS24 n227 0 20 1842 730 f12 023tSl 9158S5pl1l3 30 EARLINQTON 5 4u 005 9 BOUND WHST Between Dempster and fallsIofRou h1frhSecond I First First IIrstClass Oluvi 0h154 TIME TABLE Clue Cuss KJrct Second Glass JI 27 25This Time Table wont JZlI1lxedpm Passenger Passenger Mixed Monday Monday yandOnlyonly125pmlainI I pl5nnl I I15nmI iIt nm II Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 2li you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together onablingbuyersJno D Babbage 950 07 acres 3K miles north of Hard 4 Insburi near the Unindonburff road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements itoublo Log house small table Good rich lundifino for Itjrloy to bacco Terms further Intermit tlon irrltoJno U liubbago Olovorport Ky 300 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 3t 3 miles from Irvington well watered I lays well Rood young orchard Rood yardstroydwolllnir with kltchon on back porch two good tlirlls burn uud tenant house and cis tern back In the field meat and lion house wood shed will sell 011 easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Hubbago Olorerport Ky 67 ACRE FARM 5 room cottage ball and porch In good repair good stall stock barn two good side sheds crib Rood meat houso and lion hcuso and a variety of apples poaches and grapes a Rood well and novor falllnRRprluR for stock water 800 yards oust illghSchool2 000 For 160 acres four miles west of- t p oiendeane 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land j 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres In grass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well ut door of dwell ing j log dwelling 2 rooms and side room housesteatt purposesgoodFOR SALEStore houso and dwelling com StreetaCloverportlon tlt oroxchange AvenueWollFOR SALEA farm containing 50 acres and IlIeLbarnsonotrees also pears quinces and ulPricots most all kinds of small fruits Including u nice elesredbalance tcwlro11 orJougdruluclandsurroundedbytho place for some young physician to step busloesaAnIs the reason for solllng Vor further Iartlc- ulars address JNO D BAIHIAGE Uloyer port Kv n nm mnn nn OUR NEW STORY Begins soon Watch for it ITI WILL BEA GENUINE HUMMER I i y ri r A r- tr y R Ii fiqf tW+ 1 i IRVINGTON NEWS DEPARTMENT III JfI i tMissIva parents Mr and Mrs J M f Mudd at their home at Oakland I II havIe I 1returnedafter spending several weeks t at Upton f Miss Mary Henry visited friends atI J JEkronlast week Mrs Grace Conover after being the guest of Mrs Nora Board left Wed- nesdayt for Cloverport where she willI 4 visit Miss Mayme DaHaven for some timeMr and Mrs Murray Blanford afte spending a month with his parents Mr and Mrs Chas Blanford left for Washington D C last Monday t Mrs Warren May and baby left las iiweekfor Brandenburg where she will visit her sister Mrs Will Ashcraft L B Yager of Owensboro was iin town this week on a business trip Ken Ferry of Cloverport chief en gineer for the M II and E railroad is here spending his vacation Wheat threshing is in full blast iin this part of the county this week and the results show that the reports of In jury to the crop by the excessive rains f were somewhat exaggerated The yield is found to be nearly an average i t one and the quality also is of fair grade Jonas Lyons Is the record breaker having threshed over eleven hundred bushels of wheat Mrs Miles Rush has left for Anderson t Ind after spending over two weeks with her daughter Mrs T C MathewsMrs Newman of Cairo 111 and sister Mrs Harry Major of Louisville arrived Thursday and are the guests of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Rev and Mrs C R Shepard of Louisville came Friday and are going to remain In the city until fall Rev Shepard has charge of the Baptist church here and at Garfield Work has begun on the new house of Edwin Jolly near town J K Bram lett has the contract Mrs C L Chamberlain is spending this week in Louisville with her sister Mrs Ed Montgomery- Mr and Mrs DrC Moorman Mrs Joe Mattinglv Mrs Dempster and Mr Jess Moorman of Gleudeane spent two days of last week near Guston the guests of their uncles Mr Zack Moor man and Mr Silas Moorman who are guests of Mr and Mrs Jake Williams Miss Essie Kendall left last week for Garnettsville where she will visit rela tives and friends for several days Miss Margaret Peyton has gone to Hardinsburg after a stay of a few days the guest of Miss Susie Bandy Rev and Mrs Ad Willet and daugh ter Miss Wanda of Shelbyville who have recently returned from a trip through California stopped over here to make a visit to relatives and friends Miss Mary Nevitt returned Saturday from a three weeks trip to relatives in Paris Texas She was accompanied home by her aunts Misses Lizzie and Willie Hilt who will spend the rest of the summer as her guests Dr Dink of Brandenburg was in town Thursday on a professional visit George Quinelan who is working for Fairbanks Morse Ss Co here on the I accident Thursday by running a twenty penny nail In his foot He is being treated by one of the local physicians and the wound is healing nicely Our genial editor J D Babbage and his good wife were in attendance satIurdayI McGlothlan Piggott have just received a nice line of Hoosier drills Mrs John Nevitt and sister Miss Lizzie Hiff spent Sunday In Louisville HowardrThe Union Sunday School Conven tion which was held at the Presbyterian church Saturday was very well starttto finish beginning with the welcome address by Mrs R B McGlothlan to the final speech of Mr Andrew Drk Icell The program was carried out in full with the exception of one or two who failed to reach here The day was an ideal one for such an occasion Mrs Forest VanMeter arrived Sun day from Chicago for an indefinite visit to her mother Mrs Allie Claycomb- A meeting of all tobacco growers of the Bewleyville precinct will be held at Bewleyville August 6 at 2 p m to discuss the present tobacco situation This meeting was postponed from lastI Saturday on account of the County Sunday School Convention A large attendance is earnestly desired C A Penick has installed a gasoline engine and general wood working machine j and emery grinder in his shcp Mr Penick is always looking after up todate machinery and is a skilled workman along his line Any one wanting work of this kind will do well to call on Mr Penick- A crowd of young ladies chaperoned by Mrs Nellie Marshall left Monday for a two weeks outing at Tar Springs J A Those composing the party were Misses Willa Drury Nellie Smith Helandia and Maggie Bandy and Mrs 6 F Brite and Miss Ruth Marshall Call on McGlothlan Piggott Cort any thing in the surrey or buggy line Miss Mary Wathen came up from Owensboro Saturday to be the guest of Miss Eliza Piggott C E Freeman of Memphis was a visitor of Miss Eva Payne last week If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour youlf ought to use j Administrators Notice Patrick Teaffs Admr PlaintiffsL1 vs Notice for Claims V j Patrick Toaffs heirs c J Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of Patrick Teaff deceased willtpresent before me at my office in Har dinsburg Ky on or before the first day of October 1910 properly proven as required by lawvLee Walls M C B C Gets Her Money Aunt Mary Lowe colored has just received her part of the estate of her t sister Martha J Daniels deceased ii- iwasj ningor of West View Was the admin Istrator SUBSCRIBE Lawns it15cLawns goat r r 110C lOc Lawns at gollhc25 Ladies Wash Suits worth 5 S250I goatrrrrr Shoes M 00goatfans350Low Cut Shoes rr S275- l1 Mens 260 Low Cut Shoes 2goat r Q 1 1 0 K1 o TO PLACE COTTON IN BONDED WAREHOUSES Plan Proposes to Save Millions to Planters Gloucester Mass July 30t John Hays Hammonds home In this city there was a conference having for its purposes the revolutionizing of the cotton Industry in the United States In which Mr Hammond Daniel J Scul ly the New York cotton operator and Scott Dalglelsh of Cairo Egypt the representative of the Hlrsch syndicate of London figured Mr Hammond Is president of tho General Cotton Sect rities of which concern Sully Is general manager The plan Is one to establish ware houses In all parts of the cotton pro ducing districts of the country as well as In the manufacturing centers for the storing of tho cotton crop so that Instead of selling it from hand to mouth as has been the practice heretofore It will bo marketed through the entire year when desirable It Is thought that economy will be effected in the marketing of cotton which will result In a saving of not less than 50000000 a year It Is proposed to establish ware houses under bonded keepers and a fund of 2500000 will be placed In the hands of trustees to guarantee the production of each Individual bale of cot ton placed In the warehouses as well as Its staple and grade The owner of the cotton who places It In the ware house whether he be the local planter or the local merchant will receive for It a negotiable warehouse receipt upon which money can be raised at the bank Commissioners Sale Breckenrldge Circuit Court Kentucky J Ksts Admr 4e riilillfl I Against knoll Hi 3257 Buili Furrow sL al Oifindinl I By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at May term thereof 1910 in above cause for the sum of The sale of the hereinafter described real estate and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Hotlse door in Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 22d day of August 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six and twelve months the fallowing described property towit tract of land situated lying and be ing in Breckenridge county Kentucky on the waters of Sinking Creek and being a part of a 1000 acre survey of Wm May containing by survey 67 15 and beginning at two blackjacks I j a corner to Samuel Adkissons COO acre survey and Peter Claycomb running then with Henry Hardins and Richard Bibbs line north 55 east 122 to three post oaks on the side of a hill in Bibbs line thence south 32 east 50 poles to a plumb tree and forked dogwood sapling thence south 24M 154 poles to a redoak sapling standing in a sassafras thicket in another line of Samuel Adkissons 500 acre survey thence with said line north 30 west 138 poles to the begin ning The deed for said lands is of record in deed book R page 4119 in countyThesecurities must execute bond bearIlegal Interest from the day of sale I until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comlpy promptly with these terms LEE WALLS Commissioner I Ladies ShoesLa- dies 300 Low Cut ShoesI goat S225- L 00goatLn 60goat1 Ladies 175 Low Cut Shoes so at 1150 Ladies 150 Low Cut Shoes goat S125- J 0goat I 1 1IRECEIVERS I 4 rJII d d 1 I THURSDAY AUG 11 1910 I IIhave been appointed Receiver for the Irvington I Produce Conpany and I will offer for sale the following I described property at Irvington Ky between the hours I of 9 oclock a m and 3 oclock p m toWIt if IAbout 65 new chicken coops 6 wire N chicken coops 41 old chicken I sooys 8 water barrels halfbarrel salt 58 feed troughs 75 sugar barrels with heads 2 pairs Buffalo Scales 1 large boiling kettle 776 knockdown I butterII and flates 3 heating stoves threefourths of a bundle of burlap two and N II onefourth ounces of ginseng 1 road truck 1 floor truck one and one B half bales of excelsior one and onehalf kegs cement coated nails 3 penny I 8 basket coops 6 gas torches 22 halfbarrels 7bags fertilizer 10 bush I els coal E OFFICE FIXTURES r itdesk 1 table 2 stools 2 chairs 9 draft books 2 journal books 1 ri day book 1 shippers book 1 Crown printing press 44 bundles of ice cot books duster 7 letter files ink pens and a half ball of twine IIpon I IA T BEARD Receiver R IGoes to Louisville Miss Letitia Chapin left yesterday for Louisville to take her second term of study in millinery Miss Chapin is an ambitious girl and will surely make good Guests Of Miss Lewis Miss Margaret McGary and Miss Elizabeth Rhodes of Kirk are guests of Miss Lewis Sunday Miss Lewis gave a dinner party for her visitors Besides them plates were laid for Messrs John Herbert and Lagora Mc Gary of Kirk and Mr Edward King of IIrvington BEWLEYVILLE Mrs V G Babbage and daughter Tula are visiting her mother Mrs Susan Foote and other relatives A meeting of all tobacco growers of the Bewleyville precinct will be held at Bewleyville August 0 at 2 p m to discuss the present tobacco situation This meeting was postponed from last Saturday on account of the County Sunday School Convention A large attendance Is earnestly desired C D Hardaway and wife left Tues day for Niagara Falls and Canada They will return Saturday night John Morgan Richardson Sr and John Morgan Richardson Jr of Bran denburg spent a few days at C H Drurys last week I Big Bargains in Lawns- AT ALEXANDERSj 0go Straw Hats Hats worth 125 and 100 goat r 75c H 11100goatH 0goat1 H 100goatI also have for sale one 25light acteyleno gas plant which Iwill sell cheap for cash ED F ALEXANDER IRVINGTON KY J 7 t d i 7 i c i J apeMonday uw prlndpHisThe Bewleyville camp of Mode Woodmen gave an ice cream supi Saturday night Receipts mounted about 30 Hon D C Moorman and wife a brother Jesse Moorman and sisti Mrs Bettie Dempster and Mrs Jo Moorman Mattingly all of Glendea spent a day and night at Jacob V Hams with their old uncles Silas a Jack Moorman The gay party visit C D Hardaway as well 1 Murray Blanford and wife haVeU turned to Washington CityJ after months visit to Mr and Mrs Chi Blanford l Ii r J i Mailings To Clean up 25c Mattings go at 19C fatrrr 1 i fftt 15c Mattings go at 121hc 12 9catI I Edison Phonographs x and Recordsrr I am agent for Phonographs and Be cords If you are contemplating buyiu t one callat d soeme 1 7