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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m I sM THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS w ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL t l XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1910 8 Pates NO 6 BJ Ji 15E fI df i r S- j t C r I 1 j 1 Jpeiu foraneip J lode sup rated fe a- list Jo- idea b las a visitaYe after Ch wb- riIl l I I L r le1 t i Z t M S J CC Ie M 8 i FARMERS HOLD GOOD MEETING At Irvington in The Interest of Their Insurance Company 4 Reports Heard From And Many Plans Made VESSELLS MADE PRESIDENT The Stockholders oC the Brecketi ridge and Moade Insurance Company met at Irvington August 4 to elect officers and hear reports from old olll cers The meeting was well attended by the stockholders from both counties The meeting was called to order by the president H G Vessells and on motion was elected permanent chair man with Allen Stith as secretary Geo W Dodson secretary read a lengthy report of the business trans acted during the year which was ap provedA Hardln submitted his report as treasurer which showed the company in fine financial condition Chas Drury S J Brashear A J Thompson Adam Basham and J Will Brown were named as a committe to select a Board of Directors to serve the ensuing year The committee reported the following H G Vessells G W Dodson SR Frymlrc J H Avitt E H Shelman W T Gregory Joe Rhodes A J Thompson A M Hardin J Will Brown and Chas H Drury On motion it was ordered that the Directors be allowed all their expenses including mileage for attending direc tors meetings Irvington was selected as the place for meetings of the directory The Treasurer was allowed 50 and one per cent for his services The Board of Directors held a meet ing and elected the following officers H G Vessells president A M Har din treasurer and Chas H Drury I t secretary ONE KILLED And Another Wounded In A General Fight Near Big SpringsCharles Beard O Killed i Vine Grove Ky Aug 15ln a general fight several miles from this place Charles Beard was killed and Joe Thomas was fatally wounded while the officers are searching for Jim Tate and Joe Ammons The shooting occured at Big Springs on the border of Meade Breckenridge and Hardin lines The wounded men were riddled with buckshot Mr Alexander Goes to St Louis- E F Alexander the live advertising merchant of Irvington left yesterday for St Louis to buy his fall stock of goods Mr Alexander says that his business gets bigger all the time and he gives advertising in the News its share of credit for the work Building Warehouse Col Ernest Robertson is building apo r large warehouse at Glendeane near the railroad station In all probability Col Robertson will use It for his tobacco business which he expects to begin in the fal- lWANT BANKEXAMINER I Tho directors of The Bank of Har dinsburg Trust Co indorse the action of Secretary of State Bruner for a State Bank Examination At a called meeting of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co August 15 4910 the following resolution was passed by a unanimous vote e Resolved That we the directors of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co indorse the plan of Secretary of State Ben L Bruner for an examination of banks to be conducted under his aus pces and that we hereby direct the w officers of this bank to sign the con bract submitted by him Signed B F Beard j A M Kincheloe c G W Beardj Q V Robertson t D S Richardson r t DirectorsI tJ MRS CURRIE Will Be Entertained This Evening by the Epworth League at the M E Church A rose reception will be given in honor of Mrs Currie this evening at 8 oclock immediately after prayer meet ing in the Sunday School room The Methodist church and League members are cordially invited to attend and each person is requested to telephone his acceptance to Miss Louise Babbagey who has charge of the entertainment I for the Epworth League Each guest is also requested to bring a bunch of flowers with his card for Mrs Currie All the League members will start goIto the train to meet the Currie family They will arrive from Columbia at 730 oclock Wednesday evening- It is hoped that the church members will heartily co operate with the League in making the returning of the Curries to Cloverport one they shall never for get GLENDEANE Mrs Mary Dean Celebrates tier Eightyfirst Birthday Last FridayNews of the Little Town Last Friday Mrs Mary Dean cele brated her eightyfirst birthday at her country home near Glendeane Her children present were Mrs Allen Dean and daughter Ada of Owens boro Mr Summers Dean of South Carrollton Mr Godman Dean of Greenville Mr Chas Dean and Miss Amanda Dean It is a pleasure lo Mrs Deans friends to know that even though she has just skipped fourscore years she is yet wonderfully active and enjoys good health Mrs Dean can walk to Glendeane If she chooses and makes everyone around hsr sit up and take hotice She embroideries beau tifully and her needle lgneverrdl- eHARDiNSBURG Mr Bramine and wife are visiting his sister Mrs Massey Mrs Melvlne Statten of Bowling Green is visiting her parents for a few daysMiss Margaret Beard is visiting Miss Louise Moorman at Glendeane WANTED A colored woman cook apply M D Beard Hardinsburg Mr Moss of St Louis will be the guest of Dr and Mrs Mather this weekMisses Martha and Isabelle Gardner leave this week for Leitchfield to visit their cousin Mrs Eva Thomas Miss Katie Stith is with her sister Mrs David Penick this week Mrs Carl Dutchske of Louisville visited Mrs Marvin Beard last week Russell Compton spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Misses Anna and Ruth Kincheloe are visiting Miss Bessie Foote at Bewley vllleMrs Mattie Johnson and son who have been Visiting relatives here have gone to the Mammoth Cave They will then leave for their home in TexasMr Cleveland Brack has returned from Iowa where he spent his vacation with his brother Miss Anna Lewis whitworth is visit ing Mary Emma Baker at Centertowu Mrs Liny Hughes will return to Seattle this week after spending the summer with her mother Mrs Richard MayIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Large Wheat Crop Steve Emmick of near Lewisport sold off his farm 2700 bushels of wheat at 102 He now rides to town in an auto Big Yield of Wheat Mrs 0 0 Pile of Mook raised 653 bushels of wheat Eight acres yielded 2j2 bushels an average of 804 bushels to the acre This is one of the largest yields we have had notice of in the county Mrs Pile is to be congrat ulated and she can do her fellow far mers a favor by telling them through theNew8 how it was done Hillary Hardlas threshing machine and engine passed over the bridge In this city Tuesday Quiet a crowd gathered to see It pass APPELGATEPIERCE Robert Rice Pierce and Miss Jen nie W Applegate are Mar ried in Jeffersonville by Rev Mr Sigler The marriage of Mr Robert Rice Pierce and Miss Jennie W Applegate took place in Teffqrsonville last Tuesday morning at 1030 oclock at the home of Rev Mr and Mrs JoD Sig ller The ceremony was said by Rev Sigler in the presence of a few friends Miss Leah Meadows of Big Spring Mr and Mrs McClure and the grooms brother Mr Wallace Pierce Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Pierce left for an extensive bridal trip including a visit no Cincin nati Chicago Bonton Harbor Mich and other cities Mr Pierce is the son of Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce of this city He is past nineteen years of age but holds a re sponsible position in the general office of the L H St L R R at Louis ville The bride is seventeen years of age and is a charming girl She is the daughter of Mrs Anna S Applegate of West point The bride and groom have been sweethearts three years and their marriage was not a great surprise Miss Moorman Entertains Misses Jessie and Juanita Carr of Elizabethtown were the guests of honor at a lawn fete given last even- Ing by Miss Pauline Moorman in Locust Park on the hill The guests certainly enjoyed the evening and de licious refreshments were served Mrs Duncan Recovering Mrs H V Duncan who had to go to Louisville to have an operation for throat trouble has returned home and is much imroved Her recovery is re markable as her condition was a most critical one For Miss Harris t Mrs L B Perkins entertained at her home on the East Side yesterday after noon in honor of her guest Miss Edwin Harris of Portsmouth Vt She was assisted by Miss Mamie Dellaven and Miss Virginia Harri- sBARBECUE NOTES What Folks Will do Tomorrow at The Prettiest Natural Park In Kentucky All plans are being perfected to make tomorrow the greatest happiest day In the history of Cloverport when the Masons annual barbecue will be held at Skillmans Grove The Breckenridge News will have headquarters on the grounds and every reader subscriber and friend of the paper is requested to visit the News boothBrabandts studio will be represen ted and have every arrangement in detail made for the purpose of making photographs Look up the Brabandt headquarters and have your picture took to send to those who did not come to the barbecue with you H L Stader of the meat Committee Masons Barbecue bought from the Brow Bros near Pelville 85 head nice sheep and a thousand pound heifer to feed the hosts who will be here Thurs day Will Visit Mr and Mrs Stader Rev and Mrs B M Currie and children Eudailey and Mary and their sister Miss Madge Eudaily will arrive from Columbia this evening o be the guests of Mr and Mrs H L Stader The Rev 0 Currie is the former pastor of the Methodist church having left here last year for ColumbiaI Taking Vacation Miss Florence Lewis who Is head clerk in the dress goods department of Fraizes store is now taking her va cation part of which she will spend in Owensboro Young Woman Dead Miss Gertrude Allen died at the home of her aunt Mrs Fannie Frymire at Ekron Sunday morning Her death was caused from tuberc1iossI Subscribe today I DEATH OF MRS ROFF Sarah Roff Wife of Francis Rofr Died August 9th at Her Home I in Jeffersonville DEATH WAS DUE TO PARALYSIS Stricken by paralysis a year ago and and again ten days ago Mrs Sarah A Roff wife of Francis L Roff passed away this morning nt 845 oclock at the residence 732 Nat Maple St The end wns exp sled but nevertheless caused a shock ofsorrow to relatives and many triendsMrs Roff was greatl loved and es teemed by neighbors and friends She was devoted to her home and when able to do so was un active worker in the Baptist church which she was identified from early life With ninny womanly graces she was a true and de voted home maker and her deeds of charity were many but of the unosten- tatious kind The distressed always found comfort and aidat her hands She performed well all the duties of life andentered into the rest promised to those who serve the Lord Sarah A Bryant was born in Breck enridge county Kentucky 72 years ago last March 20 and on October 6 52 years ago she was married to Francis L Roff her father the late John Bryant a Baptist minister officiating at the weeding MrsrRoffbeen employed at the Howard shipyards as a general messenger and assistant about the office He stands high in the confidence of Capt H J Howard and others identified with the famous yards Mrs Rot is survived by three brothers Samuel Bryant of Lawrence Kns John and Abraham Bryant of Jolly Station Ky There are two sisters Mrs Mollie Smith widow of the late Spicer Smith of Port Pulton and Mrs Margaret Dillinger of New Albany One foster son James S Hall is an engineer ou a Government dredge boat stationed at St Louis Mo There are a number of nieces and nephews here and in New Albany The funeral was conducted Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock Jeffersonvllle Star PRESS DAY At State Fair September The Fifteenth A D Miller President Of K P A Will Have Charge Editor A D Miller of this city president of the Kentucky Press As sociation Is in receipt of a letter from the officers of the State Fair Associa tion of Louisville advising him that Thursday Sept 15 had been set aside as press day and good roads day and that he had been selected as chairman of the press committee to arrange the program for that day and for him to select twentyfive other newspapermen throughout the state to serve and as sist him on the committees Those who he has named are T H Pickles Richmond Desha Brecklnridge Lex ington Louis Landrum Danville Harry McCarty Nicholasvllle M A Tompson Georgetown Wallace Brown Bardstown L C Llttrel Owcton Charles Metcalfe Pineville W J Denhardt Bowling Green James Al len Cynthlana E A Gullion New- Castle T C UnderwopdHopkinsvilIe Harry Sommers Elizabothtown L Gaines trenton G F Friel Ashland D H Peak Bedford Paul Moore EarlingtonUrey Woodson Owensboro Green Keller Carlisle W S Down tame Warsaw Lewis F Chapman Catlettsburg D1 Duncan Brandenburg John D Babbage Oloverport C C Howard Hodgenville and B B Coziehe Shelbyville Ex Enjoying Kansas News has been received from Dr and Mrs Chipps of Valley Center Kansas that they are enjoying prosperity and good friends In their new Western home Dr Chipps has recently bought a handsome automobile Everybody rides in autos in Kansas Enjoy Visit Misses Ada and Mayme Johnson Kathline Hoben Mr John ORlelly Lambert Vessells Walter Rhodes of Hardinsburg were the guests of Messrs Paul and Ollie Lewis Sunday Capt Marion Weatherholt gave them a boat trip In the afternoon l H H KEMPER Was Elected President of The Ciiizens Bank of Minot a New Organization Four ded With 50000 Capital The organization of the Citizens Bank of Minot was completed this afternoon and this evening the papers of incorporation will be sent to the Sec retary of state The bank is organized with a cap italization of 50000 and the follow ing is a list of the stockholders to date Peter Ehr H H Kemper R H Bosard A M Thompson W H Rei ghart A M Hardaway Henry Aus lander Geo Ehr Ferdinand Ehr John Lynch ail of Minot and Halph R D Ward and F L MackIe of Garrison Mr Ward is and old time and very well to do horse rancher who was born near Bismark He is Interested in the First National bank of Garrison largely Mr blackly is a wealthy Gar rison merchant The bank will be open for business sometime between Sept 1 and 15 it is expected The bank will occupy the Peter Ehr block at the corner of Mam and Second streets in the quarters now occupied by the Renwald Land agency which will take up quarters in the basement of that block The front of the building will be reo modeled and Mr Kemper will leave within a day or two for the east where he will buy modern fixtures for the bank The bank has secured a space 25x100 feet H H Kemper was elected president and Peter Ehr vice president The President Mr Kemper has had many years experience as a banker En tering a bank as subclerk immediately after he finished school he has remained in the business ever since and has held every office up to and includ ing president For seven years prior to the first of April he had charge of the First State Hank of Irvington Ky He learned of Minot through his brotherinlaw Dr Hardaway looked the field over carefully and decided that this was an excellent location for another banking institution Mr Kemper is a pleasing gentleman and as the read of the Citizens Bank of Minot he ought to make a splendid record He has gathered about him some of the best known and strongest financiers in the city Peter Ehr who is slated for vice president is one of the largest stockholders and he is rated as one of the wealthiest men in this part of the state The other stockholders are all prominent business and professional men and the new bank will start off with the brightest pros pects and the good will of everybody There is an urgent demand for money throughout the northwest at the present time and the bank will no doubt be able to do its share of the business Louisville flarket Report Louisville Aug 16 1010 Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 1- CornNo2 white 6- 9OatsNo2 nixed new 3694 EggsMarket steady case count 16 candled 17IS- PoultryHens 12 per ibj roosters 7c young chickens 15 ducks lOc turkeys 13C Calves Market steady best 700 7 50 medium 600 700 common 1250 600 LambsMarket slow The best brought 025 650 seconds 500 525 culls 350 450 Fair demand for choice native ewes at 65cCattlePrime export steers 525 175 shipping steers Q506 25 beef steers 8390n 575 fat heifers 300 525 fat cows 00475 cutters 200 3 00 canners 109200 bulls fc50 415 feeders 38S5 25 stockers 300 500 choice milch cows 3545 common to fair 1535 HogsMarket ruled steady to a dime higher although some other markets were lower selected heavy hogs 200 lbs and up 860 105 and 200 Ibs 805 lights and good pigs gO to 105 Ibs 310 light pigs 800910 roughs 775 down Market closed about steady with all sold Local dealers are paying the follow ing prices New potatoes 175 bbl apples fl5o250 bbl onions 125 a Buys Nice Butcher Stock Geo Thompson the butcher of Irv ington bought last week of Geo Ash craft twentyone head of one and two year old butcher stock He paid 4 cents a pound Dont forget to try a News Want Ad IIWAKENING UP I Is CloverportA Lot Sale Will Take Place On the Hill August 27 R L Paul of Glasgow was in the city Monday arrranging for his lot sale which is advertised in the News this week Mr Pnull is a wellknown real estate man of Eastern Kentucky He was charmed with Cloverport and thinks great possibilities lie in the town so great that he has invested his interests here AGED CITIZEN Dies Near Garfield Last Wednes dayByron Bandy Reaches Age of Eightysix Word has been received here of the death of Byron Bandy age eighty six years He was born near Garfield where he lived He died there August the tenth Mr Bandy was a farmer all his life and a highly respected man with many close friends In 1845 he was married to Miss Caroline Jordan who died three years ago He belonged to the Cum berland Presbyterian church sixty eight years The following children survive R S Bandy Mrs Elizabeth Triplett Sylas Bandy W L and J L Bandy of Readfield Iowa and Mrs Letitia Dowell Aunt Harriett the old colored woman who has lived at the Bandy home for sixtyfive years was remembered by Mr Bandy in his will BASE BALL At last it ceased raining and those Pumpkin Rollers got to play a game on their own lot They wish now that it had rained The game was a rather burlesque affair in which the Pumpkin Rollers took the leading part Fuchs and Winchell took the leading roles Fuchs blew up after aiew innings and Winchell was sent to the rescue and it was all that he could do to keep from avating To make a long story short Lewisport by fast all round ball playing together with the twirling of Petrie took the long end of a 10 to 5 score 000 That Dispenser on the packet Liz zie Bay certainly slipped one over on a bunch of Cloverports sports Sat urday night oooI- rvlngion has sent out a challenge Squelch em someone 000 Anyhow ignorance was bliss 000 It has been so long since local fans have seen a good game that they would hardly know how to act If the boys should happen to have one 000 Wonder what happened to Rhodelia 000 They can allcome back to the barbecue Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends for the kindness shown us during the illnes and death of our father Mr Byron Bandy The childred Holding Revival Rev Mr and Mrs Farmer left Mon day for his church in Daviess county to hold a ten days reviva- lCOLORED CHURCH Going Up With Rapidity After Standing Still for 10 Years Started 20 Years Ago E B Williams colored leaves for Conference September 15 with a happy heart from the fact that the little ZIon church in Eastland is now roofed and near completion This church was started twenty years ago and for ton years not a nail was driven In It Two years ago Its present pastor started to finish the building and is meeting with fair success The colored people have worked hard on it nndmoneytopay for every piece of material as they go along and do not owe a dollar Their pastor hopes to have the church finished and furnished before another yeare q f- 1 t o i p f r jrc UREY WOODSON TALKS IT OVER Kentucky Editor On the Politi cal Situation THE LOCAL LAY OF THE LAND Democratic National Commltteman From the Blue Grass State Happens Into New York and While There Gives Out Some Political Observa tions Which May Interest Followers of the Game Out This Way New York Aug 12Edltor Urey Woodson who runs the Owensboro Messenger and the Paducah Nowt Democrat and Is tho member for Kentucky of the Democratic national committee dropped into town and said it was just n coincidence that he UREY WOODSON happened upon Roger Sullivan mem ber for Illinois of that body who came to Now York to meet his wife who Is on her way hero from Europe There Is not much doing in politics In Kentucky this year said Mr Woodson There are only the con gresslonal elections for the governor and legislature and county officers hold over until next year As for the congressional districts there are only two In Kentucky that are at all de batable which the Republicans now hold the Ninth and Tenth We are suro of carrying the former and It Is quite possible that we shall get the TenthInsurgency Is Insurging In Ken tucky just as well as In some of the northern and western states In the greater part of the south the insur gent movement in the Republican par ty does not amount to much because the party being small and powerless has to hang together in order to get what spoils may be coming from tho national distribution but the insur gent movement is just as strong rela tively among the Kentucky Republicans as It Is anywhere In tho north The tariff Is answering for its own sins and some others Governor Willson Oh he is get ting on about as poorly as could bo He IB as vaccllatlng and weak as ever You see the whole trouble In Ken tucky Is that while In power the Dem ocrats got so bad the people turned them out and tho Republicans have been in two years They have proved so much worse that the people are in a hurry to turn them out and get back some good men No we are not talking much about our own politics In Kentucky just now We are talking about other peoples politics It Is it peculiar thing that while you have boon complaining of a drouth here tho section of Kentucky where I live which Is on tho Ohio river has been almost drowned out by rains The damage to crops In western Ken tuoky Is general tobacco corn and wheat suffering principally the first But the farmers out there can much better afford to meet such a catastro phe than thoy could a few years back Out thero during the last low years they have been clearing J100 an acre on their tobacco lands and mind your this Is clear of everything Including taxes and the wear and tear on Im plements All tho farmers In Ken tucky have money In tho bank and It Is a rare thing to hear of one of them borrowing 44 CAUSED A RUN TrtulcV Death Got Louisville Bank Into Trouble Louisville KyyAug 11A mules death occasioned a run upon tho South Louisville Deposit bank which for a time threatened to wreck tho institution A depositor purchased a mule giving In payment n check for nfi That night the animal died Suspecting l that ho had been duped the pur chaser stopped payment on tho check The payee presented the check just before the bank closed and payment WAS refused Ho loft the bank spread Ing the report that tho bank had ceased payments Over 100 depositors wore In lino seeking to withdraw their savings when the bank opened In the morning Only a wikl dash from uptown la an auto by th president Ik1 Netherland with currency saved the tuaYn Dy goon the real cans rt ttlw rue being MIJM4 it wan atOp CERTAIN RESULTS Many a Cloverport Citizen Knows How Sure Sliey Are Nothing uncertain about the work of Doans Kidney Pills In Cloverport There is plenty of positive proof of this In the testimony of citizens Such evidence should convince the most skeptical doubter Read the following statement e J C Weatherholt Hifh St Clover port Ky says Two years ago I did not think it possible that I could ever be well again In fact I had set tled up my affars I cannot fully de scribe the misery I endured from pains through my back Whenever I stooped pains became so sharp that it really felt as if someone were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots floated before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling My joints be came swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a mere skeleton The doctors medicines and the many guaranteed cures that I tried did not help me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doans Kidney Pills I immed iately procured a box at Fishers Drug Store and I was greatly surprised with the results received Before I had taken tie contents of the second box there was a marked improvement and I continued using them until I was completely cured I am now well and I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doaus and take no other BIG SPRING Mrs Ada Meador spent several days last week with Mrs A D McCans at ElizabethtownMrs and Mrs Ada Drury of Irvington were the guests of Miss Sue Board last week Miss Fannie Hardaway of near Bew ley ville is spending the week with Miss Zelma Strother The social club will meet with Miss Sue Board the 18th On last Wednes day the club met at Miss Myrtle Moor mans and spread lunch in the yard AH reported a fine time The meeting will not begin here Thursday evening as had been an nounced on account of not having closed the meeting at Custer B S Clarkson left last week for a months trip to Chicago and other pointsMrs C B Witt is in Louisville vis iting her father Mr Vogt T R Moorman has sold to Pate Dowell 150 acres of land J B Carter went to Vine Grove Sun day to see II Meyer who has been quite sick Miss Agnes Head of Louisville is the guest of Miss Edna Dowell Miss Lucy King leaves the IJOth for Peoria 111 to visit her sister Mrs TappingMiss Moorman who has been visiting her brothers at Quincy 111 leaves this week for Missouri to visit her brother Rev Clay Moorman and uncle Ed Moorman If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use Struck a Rich Mine S W Bends of Coal City Ala savs he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble after 12 years of suffering They are the best plllson earth for constipation malaria headache dyspepsia debility r51 at Severs Drug Co Left Monday for Kansas Mr and Mrs J N Gregory and son Darnell left Monday for Mountain City Kansas to visit Mr and Mrs Jake Bishop Dr Howard of Balltown expected to go with them The Bishops lived in Cloverport thirty years ago and owned Bishops Hill They are well remembered by the older citizens- of this city Feel languid weak rundown Headache Stomach offJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach promotes digestion purifies the bloo- dAdministrators Notice Patrick Teaffs Admr I Plaintiffs- vs Notice for Claims Patrick Teaffs heirs Sc J Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of Patrick Tesff deceased will present before me at my office in Har dinsburg Ky on or before the first day of October 1910 properly proven as required by aw Lee Walls M C B C Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cute plIes ec letna salt rheum any Itching Doans ointment Your druggist sells It BEVERLY HAS A PROGRAM FIXED Aldrich Cannon and Balllngei to Be Cast Overboard THAT IS NOW THE LATEST WORD In Trimming Ship For the November Voyage the Republicans Have Decided to Lighten the Vessel of What the Leaders Consider Incumbrances and It Is Declared That Said Incum brances Acquiesce In Their Fate Beverly Mass Aug 13Ir the plans of the new leaders of the Re publican party bear fruit and the leaders think they will Speaker Joseph G Cannon will not again wield the gavel In the house of representatives lie Is marked for political destruction It other plans of those same leaders do not tan Secretary of the Interior Bal linger will retire from President Tarts cabinet shortly after the congresslon al Investigating committee reports next month Ballinger was marked for destruc tlon and the end it Is said hero is already in sight It has become plain that Nelson W Aldrich will not again be a candidate for the senate from Rhode Island Ho too was set down by the new lenders of the party as one who must go Tho word went forth some time ago that Aldrich must not run again It has been made known definitely that he will not run In the retirement of Mr Ballinger the elimination of Speaker Cannon and tho withdrawal of Senator Aldrich from public life the leaders feel that they have trimmed the Republican ship for Its voyage toward the fall elections They think that from the shoulders of President Taft three burdens which ho has carried long have been re moved Some go so far as to say that In no other way can they face the coming fight with any chance of suc cess They do not say that Mr Taft has been responsible for all these acts but they point with pride to the good effect they will have on the country It is understood in Beverly at least that In Ballinger Speaker Cannon and Senator Aldrich the insurgents have found more material for their battles with the regulars than in anything the Taft administration has done or failed to do It is said in some places that the discouraging results in Kansas and Iowa are to be attributed to the fact that the insurgents harped much upon the connection between the adminis tration and these three men Neither Secretary Ballinger Senator Aldrich nor Speaker Cannon found his elimination tasteful it Is said here The senator announced his retirement months ago but for a time there was a feeling that he might run again just the same If pressed to do so This Is what the west thought according to information that came to Beverly And on that fact the west pondered much not to the advantage of the Republl cans Secretary Ballinger has always declared that he would not retitre But both he and Aldrich were per suaded so the story goes to sacrifice themselves for the good of tho party Cannen by his speeches in Kansas some of those In touch with affairs de clare did much to help the insurgents pin a victory That fact perhaps was the last straw that determined those who are attempting the rejuve nation of the patty to tell Mr Cannon If he does not know it already that he must not run for speaker again It Is said on behalf of Cannon that he has already told clown friends that he was not to be considered lu the contest for the speakershlp If the next house goes Republican If the Inadero prevail the country will know lung before the elec tions In November that tho adminis tratlon has done with Bnlllnger AI drlch and Cannon Notice For Claims A J Keys admr 1 vs 3257 Bess e Furrow Et al J All persons having claims against the estate of A J KeysdeceasedwlU pre sent them before meat my office in Hal dinsburg Ky on before the 1st day of October 1010 properly proven as re quired by law This the first day of August 1910 Lee Walls M C BC Will Not Get Here The News received word this week from Mrs S E Lowry Parker ot 2723 W Jefferson Sti saying that sheinten ded to be present at the barbecue but could not come on account of her health She writes as followshI expected to be present Thursday and say a few words i first to the Masonic fraternity second to Breckenridge my native county I would request the band to play Home Sweet Home and Dix ie I have several old friends in your city Mr ahd Mrs Abe Skillman and others I should like to see It has been a long time since Ihave had the pleas ure of meeting the- mChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Gov McCreary Announces Gov McCrearys announcement as t4 candidate for Governor Is as follows To the Democrats of Kentucky I have received so many letters request ing me to announce that I am a candi date for Governor and so many Dem ocrats have in person said to me that iIf I am nominated I will have the unani mous support of the Democrats of Ken tucky and such a large number of newspapers have publishededitorials suggesting and indorsing me as a proper candidate for Governor that I have decided to announce that I am in candidate for Governor subject to the action of the Democratic party- I believe the party which has hone ored me so often and to whjch I have belonged all my life and whose principles I have ever advocated and up held is entitled to my very best serV ices whenever needed or demanded I have always been in favor of the straight pure Democracy law and or der honesty and economy in public administration and educational ad vanctment and my record and my ef forts to serve the people faithfully and efficiently I hope and believe are well known to the people of Kentucky At the proper time I shall be pleased to make speeches in behalf of Democratic principles and Democratic Government and Democratic victory in every part of the State and every county if de sired and I will be very grateful for the support of my brother Democrats JAMES B McCREARY Staggers Skeptics Thata clean nice frngrant compound like Bucklens Arnica Salve will instant ly relieve a bad burn cut scasd wound or piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove it n wonderful healer of the worst sores ulcers boils felons eczema akin eruptions as also chapped hand sprains and corns Try it a5c at Se vers Drug Co 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 the full extent ot the law M Neilsen Fair Dates Leltchiield Aug 10 4 days Elizabethtown Aug 23 3 days Kentucky State Fair Sep 12 0 days Lexington Aug 8 6 days Breckenridge Aug 31 3 days Breckenridge Circuit Court John Barrs Adms 1 Plaintiff vs Notice for claims VNo 3201 His Heirs c J Defendant All persons having claims against the estate of John Barr deceased will present them before the undersigned com missioner at my office in Harklnsburg Kyonor before the first day of Oc tober 1910 properly proven as required by law Lee W M C B llsI Course In Agriculture- The Western Kentucky State Normal School offers a practical course of stu y in Elementary Agriculture Demonstra tion and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportun ity to prepaire fr teaching the subject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for information Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green K- yNervous 4i was very nervous writes Mrs Mollfe Mirse of Carrsvllle Ky had palpitation of the heart andirregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tIes of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took- I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but I am lots better since taking Cardui TakeCARDUII The Womans Tonic Cardu is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Cardui had herself been cured or byCardulCardui would do If Cardul cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you laD Wont you try it Please do 10 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 145 143 I 141STATIONS 146 I 142 I 144 I 140 Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally 0 si pin 4 40 um a 40 um- f453 LvLOUISVILLU Ar 7 loam 12 5vipra 7 40 pm If 8THAW1JKUUY f1235 1UHUOK11 l2iar f5 65 iij jhM U I A f0 42 f12 13 17 08cf5 II t9 14 ST1TEH rU 3U 12 07 f102Mf5 17 KATHKYN r1201 10 01 5 21 9 21 WET POINT U 29 12 Ol 060 ft f5 23 f9 23 IIOWAKU gm fO 54 f5 31 J9 30 BAUTLKS Ui o f1116 f5 37 fU 34 HOOK IIAVKN rim fa fit Ii K 43 t9 40 LONG BRANCH 1137 fa3 k5f2 P 49 UKANDENIIUKU 11U 3 MI f9 50 EKUON 1 II JII 0 OS CIO 03 GUSTON 648 1113 U Oil IU 43 015025 1013 IK VINO ION It 41 Il 0 If 01 fO 31 f10 19 WhIISTElt tie 61 fa 4 LODIHUUU 1048 f5 M w I S7I MYSTiU flU 41 t 10 51 flO 37 SAMPLE r10 s7 151 10 44 STElHENSlOUT to 27 514 1118 MO 48 ADDISON lIO 2 1510 flO 50 HOLT t1l9 tOl II8 n m It SO 7 15 1100 CLOVEUlORT 57 1001 4 57 815 SHOPS f0 12- fU f7 23 SKILLMAN f9 53 f8 03 21 11 45 7 37 11 18 UAWESVILLE 4 38 8 43 400 7 53 621 f745 1ETKIEI 19 37 1145- fu 32 f7 50 ADAIU f9 32 f7 31J11140 753 fit ST LEWISlOHT 0 23 f4 17 7 29 II 45 f8 05 V AI1IIIANtlll1 f7 23 U ra 1114 fll 49 MAOEO B OS f4 04 7 15 1103 f8 21 PATES fS 51 f7 01 DUTCH 7 13 iasiiim 835 isibpm 0 WENS OnO 3 50 f8 45 3 45 6 55 8 40 CONWAY fT 27 f8 49 MATTINOLY isso Z wiT f131 f8 53 GRIFFITH f825 f837 f63C1 7 46 ffl 10 REED 18 07 18 31 1163 f9 10 mils f801 fO W 168 9 18 SPOTTSVILLE 7 58 1311 0 13 p 8 C6 fO 24 HASKETT 7 52 f3 07 U 03 825 1 30 9 42 I 05 HENDEKSON 3 00 7 39 2 55 5 65pm 155 10 15 136 EVANSVILLE 235 710am 230 74oam74Opm ST LOUIS 900pm 834am Yi f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOTSTOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St f Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from a west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1st Glass 1st Class Second ClassY t 9 7 113 112 8 101Mixed Mixed Passen STATIONSPssen Mixed I Mixed Dully ox Dally ex gar ger Dally ex Daily of fSunday Sunday Dully Dully Sunday Sunday 1110pmf6r f709 555 s1135hOarfield sO 33s257 10 30 f720 607 f140 Harned f920 fa 37 1015 s723 013 51149 Junction s922s225 S73 610 lls4Pm Hardlnsburg 5017s210 1 1010f71001f7sS lO 0 59 s2 27 Qlendeane s8 45s100 J J 43i8936f83f834 724 1250 Asklns f824 f2 27 9 20 1842 730 f12 50 Oaksf818 f1213 9 33 s849 7 36 s 1 pm Elimltcli sb 15s12 05 915 8 55pm 75U Fordsvllle 12 Olpm 9 10 3 30 EARLINQTON 5 45 9 05 BOUND WEST Between Dempster and FaIlslofRougllDo b1 SecondClassThis Time Table wont31 27 i 2S Into effect Sunday June 24 26 32- Mixed Passenger J Passenzer 191010 at U59 pm Passenger Passenger Mixed Mondayandl1rldyO12451 m123U9m 8toamDEIIPSTER1 0a p m 1266 p m 1100 am PALLS 014 ROUGH 123pmfl Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business If you d6 you may find just what you need in this department If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you Want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yew are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business aIf you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbage 950 07 acres 3K miles north of Hard Insburc near the Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements Double Log house small stable Good rich land flue for Hurley tobacco Terms easy for further lntorma tlon write Jno D Habbago Cloverport Ky Cl inn HO acres 2 miles from Q uston t 3 miles from IrvlnKtonj well watered lays well good young orchard good timber i OD rurall route school house few yards fron house Improvements good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tonent house andcis tern back In tho field I moat and hen house wood shod will sellon easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D nabbago Olorerport Ky 67 ACRE FARM 9 room cottage halt and porch In toodrOllalr Rood 1stall stock barn two Rood side sheds crib good moat houso and hen house and a variety of apples poaches and grapes a good woll and never tailing spring for stock water 800 yards east or Uardlnsburg In easy distance to the High School building when erected O 000For 160 acres four miles west or- tp 3 miles from branch railroad all frcNh land i 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres In grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water 1 well at door of dwell- Ing log dwelling i rooms and side room j Mr Lamb Here Mr and Mrs C S Lamb of Rock port Ind arrived here this week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Trite Their children Ruth and Frank have been here all summer Mr Lambs happy to get back to the old town notwithstanding he has made good in the Hoosier State in the insurance business which he handled successfully here houseslentJ purposesgooddwell1ngcfunJirblned wholelengthorexchango tlueWellandaUfiY8l5a store room over It two good stock barnsi peachtreesmostallnicivinyardseverlgrovesofblackI towireKkranononlongdtngKIaandsurroundedby lastthestemintoAn old establlshe Jlhyslclan wants to rttire Jlartlcularsport KY j Secure An Education The State Normal School at Bowling Green Ky offers an excellent oppor tunity to young people desiring an education The Fall Session opens Sept 0 1910 Write for information Cheapest accident insurance Dr Thomas Electic Oil Stops the paiu druggiitsilt tx s w k tS rI I I 1t l j 0 I I 1 t l- rr i11 i Ij r J 4 c 11f J d- y4i i I f 1iJ I f 4 IjI I I t F f r 1I f I f i r c ccG T r I I J 1TI I 4 r INtERESTING CROP EXPERIMENTS Developed at Hardinsburg by Members of the Ken tucky Experiment Station and United States Department of Agriculture Poor Soil Was Used General faun crop experiments have been conducted jointly by the Kentucky Experiment Station and the U SDepnrt went of Agriculture at ilardlusburg for the past two years Results are rather indefinite as yet and absolute conclusions can not be drawn However some interesting things have been brought out and will be presented for the benefit of Breckenridge county fat mers A poor light clay soil of a wet nature was selected in the suburbs of liar dinsburg The field is thoroughly in tested with insect pests especially the wire worm which is particularly de structive to tobacco The pest bores Into the stnlk below the surface ol the ground and continues its way downward into the roots eating out the center of the stalk After such an attack the plants have very little vitality to grow and remain very much the same size as when transplanted Late in the season the plants may recover to some extent and be able to make at the best Rn in different yield Since the pest works entirely underground remedies are very difficult to apply in fact there is no known way to control it It is xttotieeable this year that plats of the old meadow that were planted in some other crop and then followed by tobacco Letter results are obtained The cul tivation given the preceding crop seems to have the effect of ridding the soil of the pest On account of wet weather conditions prevailing last year and insect injuries the yields secured front the use of fer i tilizers were not as large ad they should have been The results of one years work on tobacco are given for what they are worth subsequent investigations may alter conclusions to some extent The experimental field consisted of two acres one of which receivedair slacked lime at the rate of one ton per acre The yield of tobacco was not materially influenced by the application of lime The same results have been observed in our experimental fields in Christian county A similar experiment is being conducted this year at Lexing ton in which an adverse effect from lime can be noticed It seems fairly safe to say that under general conditions in Kentucky little results can be expected from the use of lime on tobacco Experiments in Virginia tobacco fields show marked advantages front the use of lime The function of lime iu such cases seems to bs to render the nitrog enous matter available The inference should not be drawn that lime will not effect the yield of grain and clover crops especially the latter The field is to be sown in clover and the results will be observedThe is general that potash is the element most needed in tobacco production This is perhaps due to the fact that a large amount of potash is found in the ash of the tobacco plant The grower readily infers that this in gredient must be supplied if a large crop of tobacco is to be expected The fact that the soil may be rich in its stores of potash is not taken into consideration The composition of the soil rather than I HORSES I the composition of the plant is the fac tor that influences production- It is interesting to make a comparison of the elements when used alone to de termine which is the most needed iu our soils Diied blood was the source of ammonia or nitrogen sulphate f potath furnished potash nnd acid phos phate phosphorus The following table give s the results from the use of the fertilizers and the increase in yied as compared with the no fertilizer plat flat Fertilizer Amount Vluld Incrutsu pur A per A 1 Dried Blood 400 Ibs 854 1 lbs 141 lbs 2 Sulph Of potash 20 Ibs 783 Ihs 20 Ibl 3 Acid Phosphate NX Ihs KM Ills 207 Ibs 4 No Fertilizer 7l3 Ibs It will be observed that potash produced an increase of onlyI HO pounds while asid phosphate increased the yield JJ07 pounds Some might think that the difference could be accounted for in the fact that only 200 pounds of sulphate of potash was used whereas 800 pounds of acid phosphate was applied The maxiutn amounts of both mater- Ials were used if n greater amount of either had been applied harmfulresults would possibly have followed When potash was added to acid phosphate the yield over phosphate alone was 46 poun ds per acre Sulphate of potashadded to dry blood 40 pounds per acre less than dried blood alone The results clearly minimizes the use of pot ash and emphasizes that of phosphates Some of the highest yielding plants us compared with the average of the no fertilizer plats are given in the table below Plat Fertilizer Amounts Yield Increase per A prA 0 Acid Phosphate 800 Ibs Dried Blood 400 Ibs Sulphate of Potash tOO Ihs 1131 IIhs 3I61 lIlls 10 Acid Phosphate COO Ihs Dried Blood 300 Ibs uIJlmw of Potash 100 Ibs 1103 Ibs 4251hs 20 Stable Manure S tons IMO Ibs 2l211s Averuee of No Fertilizer Plato illS lbs WHEAT KXPKRLMKNTS The fiell1 tilled in tobacco last year was followed by w teat without the ad l I The Clover orl Ice coI IIsu now Pureb Ice every 24 hours Write or telephone us your orders fj which will receive our prompt and careful attention fm Marion Weatherholt Secy ditional application of fertilizes The plant food remaining after the tobacco crop was produced being depended upon to raise the wheat The same compar isons will he made with wheat as were made on tobacco with reference to tht elements wires used alone to determine which is the store important in wheat production Plat Fertilizer Amount Yield Increase per A per A 1 Dried Blood 400lbs104 bu 211 bu- S Sulphate of Potash 200 Ibs 115 bu 27bu 3 Acid Phosphate SOO Ibs 180 bu 48 bu 4 No Iertlllzer 138 bu The results favor the use of phosphates for wheat as well as tobacoo When of potast was ridded to acid phosphate the yield was 181 bushels per acre Acid phosphate and dried blood gave a yield of 176 It will be noticed that neither element added to acid phosphate was quiet able to equal the phosphate alone However appli cations of all three elements returned yields practically equal to phosphates alone The table gives the yield of some of the best pInts in comparison with pInts receiving tio fertil izer Plat Fertilizer Amount Yield Increase per A per A 3 Acid Phosphate SOOlbs ISObu 51 bu 0 Acid Phosphate 800 Ibs titled Blood 400 Ibs Sulphate of Potnsh 100 Ibs IS 5 bu 60 bU 20 Stable Manure 5 tansil75bu 401m Average of No- Fertilizer Plats 135 bu The wheat was of excellent quality the grain was large and of a amber red color Samples from each plat with their respective yields are on exhibition at Kincheloes drug store in Hardins burgThe difference in the appearance of the wheats while growing In the field was quiet marked at times The phosphate plats produced a much lighter reoIizer Many inferred that the yield would not be so good on these on ac count of such color but the finalresults lid not bear out the idea Where dried blood on ammonia or nitrogenous fertilizer was used a very dark rich green straw was roduced but this feature seemed to have no particular relation to high yield Colt Show colt ana mule show nt on Saturday 3 1910 Do not The Best Hour of Life is when youdo some great deed or dis cover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt N C when he was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I ever had I then proved to mv great what a wonderful Cold nod Cough cure Dr Kings New is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lungs Hem Asthma Hay Fever any throat or lung trouble 50c IOO Trial bottie free Guaranteed by Severs Drug is the Key note of success m I OUR COUNTY FAIR I f AT HARDINSBURGPKY I I I AUG 303I and SORT I L 1910 I it y J V iIfJoJoI UtIff JUDGING produced following 1 I HARNESS sulphate A Clean Moral Agricultural Exposition Something to Suit the Taste of Everybody A Fair That is ffA Fair A Display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A Running Race Each Day A Trotting Race Each Day Floral HallA SpecialC1tnsBewleyville September readyforspecialjudge satisfaction Discovery morrhages LhGrippe C- oAdvertising I I ICI- rPI 1AIH KXllJIIIlOIt AI the Greatest in the State i I A Rent Kentucky Fair M B KINCHELOE Secretary I- e 1 r I II r 0 k L S i IL0 t- tt I t n4- J 1 V n i I 4 l t I I rt- ii 1- I1 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line mono in advanceExamine tho labelonl your paper If it is not correct pleas notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1910 j Democratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON WELCOME TO OUR CITY Fur the ninth time we extend our welcome to those who come U Cloverport tomorrow to attend the Masons annual barbecue Wo are expecting a large crowd of homecomers and visitors Thousands of invitations have been sent to personal friends and extensive prepara tions arc being made to receive those who have already sent in their acceptance Skillmans Grove tho prettiest natural park in Ken tucky is in all readiness for the occasion and every arrangement for this great event has been completed to make it tho most glorious of all our previous barbecues If you have not yet made your plans to como do so and if you have be certain not to miss the train for we all will be at tho station to meet you in the morning with glad hands and a brass band Tho Republican Convention which met at Leitchiield last Satur day nominated tho Hon T Allen Dean of Owensboro as their can didate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district Mr Dean was an easy winner over lion George W Jolly his opponent Allen Dean is a Breckenridge county man and comes of a Democratic family his father mJ Dean being one of the Jeading farmers of the county in his lifetime and a staunch Democrat Mr Dean is therefore a now convert to the Republican faith There are many Democrats in this county to whom Mr Dean is personally known but they will not support him over Judge Settle the present incum bent Allen is a fine lawyer anda clever allround man but the News doesnt think he can get to the Court of Appeals on this route ft Judge JJ T Hill of Henry county a farmer and tobacco raiser made a series of splendid talks on the tobacco situation and pooling in this county last week Judge Hills talks wore eminently practical and to the point Tis a pitty that more farmers and tobacco growers were not out to hear him Those who had the pleasure of hearing him wore thoroughly converted to the pooling plan Judge Hill is a pleasant earnest speaker free from abuse of those who dif fer from him lie is for the farmer first last and all the time and says the only way for the farmer to get living prices for his tobacco as to make the pool so tight and strong that no trust or combination of trusts can break it For the past two or three weeks there has been quite a demand in this city for houses that people could rent There is not a vacant house in this city and it becomes tho business of men who have their money stored in tho hanks to haul it from cover and invest it in prop erty that will pay We need several new cottages in this city at once Mr Cornell an oil and gas expert from Oklahoma has leased 4000 acres of land in Daviess county Wo are sorry that Daviess County has shown no signs of either oil or gas in her boundary If Lawns 15o Lawns go it MOU 0 c lOc Lawns go L71nf C 25 Ladies Wash Suits worth 5 goat 250 Shoes l1 00gor Mens 350 Low Cut Shoes 275goat1 j I Mens 300 Low Cut Shoes 250o at MnV pft 250 low Cut Shoes Z10 tho gentleman will como a little higher up ho can find botharticles in BreckenridgerTho tobacco crop in this county will not be a good half of last years crop We have been over a large portion of tho tobacco growing sections and wo know this from our own observation Its a poor spindling sickly looking crop and with a good season from now on will not improve it Tho Republican party is looking toward Cal Roosevelt for helpII in the doubtful States where Congressmen are to be elected this but tho wageearners can see no relief ahead from a party that has made tho cost of living about double what it was a few years ago A M Bennett of Union Star has tho finest crop 3i acres of tobacco so far as we have seen in tho county Its big broad elephant ear leaves is good to look upon It is tho belief of the physicians that Mayor Gaynor of Now York will recover from the bullet wound inflicted on him last week by a wouldbe assassin The Masons are arranging for a great day and a great crowd on Thursday STOKIKS WKITTEM N While The Press Thunders fly LOUISE A Valued Heirloom The other day Mrs L 13 Perkins showed us a very unique piece of jewelry that was given to her while she and Mr Perkins and their niece Miss Virginia Harris were visiting at Walnut Hills his old home in Louisa county Virginia It is an old fashioned pin filled with locks of light and dark brown hair and is over a hundred years old The jewel first belonged to Mr Perkins groat grandmother Mrs Mary Grinstead then to his own mother and after her death it fell into the hands of his aunt Mrs Johnson Forty years ago the latter lost it While she was tying her bonnet strings together she dropped it out of an up stairs window that she was standing near and it fell between the logs of the house Afterwards the house was weatherboarded and no thougnt was given to the jewel until this summer when Mr Johnson who now lives at the homestead told Tr and Mis Per kins about it Someone suggested that a search be made for the hidden treas ure and if it were found Mrs Perkins should be honored with the gft Wea ther boarding was torn from the house and after a diligent search no trace of the pin could be found Mrs Perkins was deeply disappointed The next day Mr Johnson took another hunt and found the sparkling treasure in a bundle of trash that dropped from the house during the hunt This is just one of the interesting incidents that happened during the Perkins t visit to Old Virginia They had a visit that is pleasant to hear about and brought home several attractive souven- irsBEWLEYVILLE John Witt of Big Spring was at Dr Footes Monday Mrs Cora Frakes and daughter Corine and nephew Donald McLean of Green Castle Ind visited at C H Drurys Monday Miss Ada Stith is spending the week with Mrs Henry Head of Irvington Ladies ShoesLa- dies 300 Low Cut Shoes goat 225 Ladies 250 Low Cut Shoes i goat 200 Ln 1goat1 60 Ladies 175 Low Cut Shoes go at 1i- Ladies 50 150 Low Cut Shoes goat 51 25 Ladies 1 25 Low Cut Shoes go at i511 110 It was planned by Mr Perkins relatives to hold their reunion every summer at Walnut Hills Around this old homestead hovers many mem ories of long ago and the Perkins fam Ily of Virginia are proud of the place Mr Johnson who lives there and has charge ot the home keeps it beautiful and always heartily welcomes the children back 000 Last week when we were taking an automobile trip with our cousin Mr C Lee Cook of Louisville we had the opportunity peep over Col Henry Wattersons fence and get a glimpse of his home on Wattersons Lane in Jeff erson county The house is built in the shadows of large trees and stands quite a distance from the road While we were going through Jeffer sontown we spied n printshop and there was no peace for that party until they let the girl from the News olllce jump out of the machine and pay her res pests to the J ffersoninnns the excell ent weekly owned and published by Mr J C Alcock and his brother The home of the Jeltersonians is well equ- Ipped and everybody there seems to be busy and in love with their happy print slop These two incidents of our trip fascinated me for any place with adrop of printers ink on it always does 000 Wednesday Miss Katherihe McGov ern of Victoria remembered us with a box of luscious peaches Katherine is one of the best friends the News has and she is a very young girl to be so thoughtful and generous June Payne of Chicago spent a few days last week here visiting parents and other relatives Mrs Jim Witt of Hardinsburg vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs Thos H Payne last week Steuart Babbage of Cloverport is visiting the Foote families The Misses Kincheloe Amy and Ruth and Miss Annie Lee Bishop of Hardinsburg are visitors of Miss Bessie ED IRVINGTON KY ffYt y WE WANT YOUR Eggs Chickens Turkeys Lambs Calves Hides Tallow Beeswax or anything you have to sell in the way of pro duce Our facilities for handling Eggs and Poultry are the very best Have a large house specially adapted for handling and shipping We pay the highest market price in spot cash and make prompt returns to shippers WE WANT APPLESWe are in a position to handle all your Apples and will pay the best price See or write us about your Apples Ask E H Shellraan Co bankers and First State Bank Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff and dependon getting the best price tho market affords t A D Ashcraft Bro lIRVINGTON K- YGLASSCOCIS illlaefjj1 SIi1a1eJi1rf11 1I111E- 1I III SPECIALS III- I I Friday and Saturday II August 12 and 13 I IB3fi 18 00ulated 112DcPitcher1 Quart Tin riBucket 10c1 U 2 Boxes Brassed Nails Shoe5c IJitGLASSCOCK CO II GLENDEANE KY I- mftll feIt8 I FooteDick Carman lost a fine 5yearold mule last week The animal was kicked by a horse one of its front legs from which injury death re I suited Judge Hill of Henry county made a fine address to the people of Bewley yule on afternoon on the to bacco situation If the best is not too good for you Big Bargains in Lawns AT ALEXANDERS Straw Hats Hats worth 125 and 75c- H goat I i00go11 H 0goat1 Hats worth 250 goat 200 I also have for sale one 25light acteyleno gas plant which Iwill sell for cash ALEXANDER f f Full llength 376 Dressing Mirror size 18x36 Q on at this sale only 011 lOU 25c China for BowlsOCR 11 Remember the date and come and get what sugar you will need for the coming season I S breaking Saturday 100 cheap I Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought useOur Colored People Jennie Singleton is home from Chicago visiting her relatives The colored Masons will have a bar becue Saturday Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office Mattings To Clean up 25c Mattings goat 19c 20o Mattings goat r 15c 5 at121hcX- 12c Mattings fie at 9c Edison Phonographs and Record- sII agent for Phonographs and Jloi cords If you are contemplating buying one call find see me T z pr I E Ib Iti 1 II SJ M j 1 III II fI fi i I C 1 II ii i II 11 i a- I M I I i 1 fr r I 1 t ll llI I I llI lli i E + kr i i WSJ r JfCATARR1tcc I Elys Cream Balm i qxk absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleiinsoH soothes heals mud protects tlur diseased mom brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away R Cold In tho FEVERIiTaste and Smelt Pull size GO eta ntDrug r glats or by snail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1910 I i 19101 AUGUST 11910 SunlnonITue Wed Thu FrI Sat I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 tskitkA5 k7saelkSkit7eisa s 7sll kO iilocal Laconics li i1k51lISISIkkAA I IIAAAA1QkkAASIAI O Cold soft drinks at the English Kitchen John T Ditto of Decatur was here TuesdaySippels piano contest has begun Girls get busy l Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot went to Louisville Saturday Cqme and try the fine piano at Sip pies Shoe Store to be given away Barney Squires and his little daugh ter Kathline spent Thursday at Holt Dr Crenshaw of Versailles is vis iting his daughter Mrs David Phelps Mrs Pate and daughter Miss Claudia went to Louisville yesterday wasIl IweekI H Bowmer went to Ekron Mon attend the funeral of Miss Ger trude Allen Clyde Sanders left yesterday for Kansas after a visit to his relatives at TobinsportMr Mrs A B Skillman spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs Zack Hardin of HoltIThe piano at Sippels has been pro nounced a firstclass instrument by Vnrstclass musicians Mrs Joe Stewart of Stephensport went to Webster Saturday to visit her father Peter Hubbard r f pianofhow Conrad Sippel r Barbecued mutton beef and fried fish at the English Kitchen for visitors to the barbecue Thursday Mr and Mrs S T Dejarnette and little son of Owensboro are guests of Mr and Mrs J D Seaton Mr and Mrs Arthur Hanks of Stephensport will visit Mr and Mrs John Weisenberg this week Mr and Mrs Robert Rice Pierce1 of Louisville were the guests of his par ents Mr and Mrs Pierce Monday Miss Ina Belle Morrison went to Fcrdsville Saturday to visit her grand parents Mr and Mrs Ed Morrison- G P Robbins of Sample was in Stephensport Thursday and bought a pair of fine threeyearold mares for 350Dont fail to drop in at the English Kitchen and get a good dinner and something cooling and refreshing to drinkAll deeds mortgages contracts and legal papers of any description care fully drawn by V G Babbage notary public tAllen Long nf Louisville is the guest of Mrs Hilliary Hardin Before returning home he will visitMrs Mike Hendrick 5 Mr and Mrs W J Callahan of Ev ansville are visiting Mr and Mrs Tony Nichols Mr Callahan operates a lino type In the News office at Evansville Miss Hannah Beard of Hardinsburg who has been visiting her brother Dr Harold Beard of Livermore returned home Monday Mr and Mrs Houver of Louisville have arrived here to make Cloverport their home Mr Houver has a position atshe shops They are staying at the CJqverport Hotel Miss Jessie Garner of Basin Springs has been the pleasant visitor of her sfeterMts A D Squires for the last ten days Miss Garner returns to Me ridian Miss in September where she will resume her studies la voice She Is1 sot only accomplished along musical linN but recites delightfully Ladles attention Wo want all theI ladies in Cloverport and surrounding county to beat our lot sale Saturday A XUt27th2p nitWe will give- sway nice lot j also other nice presents ri helpsytyou D jO bltiri1eIr a Dr McDonald was iin Louisville las weekAllen Black visited in Derby Ind last week Mrs Tom Brown of Kirk iu visitin Mrs Horace Newton Wm Barrett of Owensboro is visiting Mrs Byrne Severs Rev anti Mrs Bates of Marion 0 are visiting relatives near here Miss Addle G Ditto of Louisville iis the guest of Mrs John D Babbage Miss Esther Conrad of Leavenworth Ind is the guest of Mrs Sam Conrad Mrs Elmer Hubbard of Owensboro will arrive this week to visit Mrs D C BentonMr Mrs Oscar Carr of Cannel ton are visiting Mr and Mrs J Proc KeithMiss Williams of Glendeane will arrive this week to visit Mrs Wale ter Graham If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use C F Tinius has just returned to Dawson after a few weeks trip to Spokane Seattle and Portland Wm Noell Patterson of Alton Kas is visiting his grandparents Mr andI Mrs Noell and other relatives Mrs Dailey Beard and children and Miss Emma Ahl of Hardinsburg have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Ahl The big lot sale You want to be on hand at the big lot sale at Cloverport Saturday August 27th You will have an opportunity to buy at auction beau tiful town lots at your own price and terms Will give away one lot abso lutely free j also some other nice pres ents Mr and Mrs Harry Hamman and son Robert of Lexington will arrive today to visit his mother Mrs Mike HammanMrs Simons and children have returned from Morgantown Ind where they were the guests of her sister Mrs Roth Mrs Walter Oelze and son Charles Alfred of Jackson are visiting Mrs Mary Oelze Mr Oelze will be hereto attend the barbecue Mr and Mrs Anthony Ballman of Hawesville Mrs Standway and Miss Viola Campbell of Cincinnati are the guests of Mr and Mrs James Sahlie 500 in gold to ladies This is to the ladies cnly We will give to the one sending in the most appropriate name by August 27th 10 oclock for our new suburban lot sale at Cloverport 5 in gold It will be left to a committee o business men to decide Mr and Mrs Wm Hagan and Mrs Tom Thresher of Lewisport and Mrs Jim Gibson of Evansville Mr and Mrs George Thribtensen and three children of Washington Nebwill be the guests of Mr and Mrs O B Mat tingly this week 5 in gold for some woman This is open for the young women us well as the older ones We will give to the one sending in on or before Saturday at 10 a m day of our lot sale the most ap propriate name for our subdivision on the hill at Cloverport 3 in gold This will be left to committee of business men to decide Send sealed communi cations care News office Ohio Valley Improvement Co IRVINGTON Miss Essie Kendall has returned to her home after a visit to friends at Garnets vllle Miss Katharine Wimp left Friday to spend several days with her cousin Miss Eleanor Robin who is the guest of her grandmother Mrs J M Ty dings In Louisville Mr and Mrs L P Riley of La Crosse Wisconsin stopped over for a few hours visit to Miss Jessie Brady on their way to Fordsvllle and Horse Branch for a several weeks visit to relatives and old friends Miss Louise Babbage of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Eva McGlothlan SaturdayMisses Eva and Mabel McUlothan entertained a few of their friends to a croquet party Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs Harry Highly of Louis ville who have been the guests of Miss Essie Kendall at her country home near here will return home this week Donald McClain arrived Wednesday from Chicago to spend the rest of the summer with his aunt Mrs Carrie D FrakesProf Wm Martin has returned from Brandenburg where he attended the Meade county Institute Miss Mary Brown of Lewisport is visiting her sisters Mrs Luther Wilson and Mrs Frank Waggoner Mr and Mrs T C Matthews chap eroned a few young ladies to an all day picnic at Dents bridge last Thursday The following were present Misses Eva Payne Hazel Richardson Bessie Bently and Mary Henry Mr and Mrs GL Brady who are the guests of Mrs Bradys family at Horse Branch will return home today Walter Caihj of IndtanapolisIndis- t m spending a week with Mr Percy Hen dersonMiss Jennie Hogg arrived Saturday morning from Dallas Texas to be the BasingSpring Mrs Jonas Lyons and daughter Miss Julia left Saturday for trig Spring to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Jr Miss Julia will remain for an indefinite visit Chas Hook has moved his family here from Cloverport and has rented the cottage on Church Avenue that was formerly occupied by H H Kemper Mrs Ab Newman after spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington left for her home in Cairo Illinois Saturday Miss Jessie Brady left Saturday for Loulsyille where she will visit her sis ter Mrs Tony McCoy Mrs F B Marshall came up from Evansville Friday to be the guest of relatives in the city Mrs Charlie Fritz of Hawesville was a visitor of Mrs Willard Arnold last week Teddy Eiseman of Louisville was the guest of Louis Bennett Moremen Friday Miss Minnie Lee McGehee of Long Branch is spending several days as the guest of her cousins Misses Lyda and Nannie McGehee The livery stable that once occupied a prominent bite on Main Street has been moved to Caroline Street and a better location The building is being remodeled and will be made first class In every respect The present owner T C Matthews will be able to supuly the public with the best livery service The meeting of the tobacco growers has been postponed until Thursday afternoon Aug 18 at 230 oclock Judge Hill will be the speaker Come out and hear him JudgeHill of New Castle Ky was the guest of Mr D C Heron Saturday and Sunday An extra large cabbage head weigh ing 14 Ibs and grown by Mrs Lee Stith is on exhibition at the store ef C S Neafus It Is a curiosity Mrs Edward Montgomery and son Charles Edward of Louisville came Saturday to spend some time as the j guests of hr sister Mrs C L Cham berlainMrs T N McGlothlan wentto Ekron I Monday to attend the funeral of her I cousin Miss Gertrude AllenII Mrs E S McAfee spent Friday in Louisville shopping StfLouis Monday where he will spend a week buying his fall stock of goods Miss Evelyn Herndon gave a beautiful dinner party Sunday evening in honor of her visitor Miss May Tydings Covers were laid for six Misses Ellen Munford and Eva McGlothlan Mr Jno T Waller of Hopklnsville and Mr Robert S Berkley of Louisville Byron Bandy aged eighty six years one of the oldest citizens of Brechen ridge county died at his home near here old age the cause of his death The interment took place in the family graveyard near Garfleld He is sur vived by several children The Irvington boys defeated the Hardinsburg boys on the latters dia mond Saturday afternoon The score was 11 to 7 The features of the game were Bungers threebagger In the fifth when Irvington had three men on bases Hendricks thrilling catch In the third of a long right field fly and his throw to first base making a double and re tiring the side The Irvington boys have improved very much since the opening of the season and are willing to challenge any other team in the countyDont forget the date of the Ice cream supper Aug 26 in Mr R B McGloth lans lawn Mrs Alvin Withers and baby after being the guest of of her mother Mrs T R Blythe has returned to Kirk Miss Daisy Brite of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Nannie J Wathen last week Misses Ada and Marargette Stith of Bewleyville were the week end visitors of Mrs H B Head In Bad Again C L Frazier was arrested at Second and Chestnut streets shortly after 5 oclock yesterday afternoon by De tectives Reiss and Colgan of the Sixth Police District charged with grand larceny The arrest was made on in formation received by Co113 Watson Lindsey from the Chief of Police at Winchester Ky that Frazier was wanted there on tho charge of having stolen a gold watch and some diamond cuff buttons from Miss Carrie Lee Warner last Jun A short time after the arrest the detectives found watch alleged to have been stolen in a pawn shop in New Albany When seen at the jail Frazier would not discuss the case He said he had just returned from Cloverport Sun days Courier Journal For the Best results try News Want Ads Ii + 4 n + I i WaLiYtsiJ m + b Wanted A Cook W wxyrsTomsFor SaleA Good Farm Fun SLiCOood farm ut n In good liveI ItyoulIubhllJeClovurpJrt For SaleThree Hampshire Pigs Fun SIIlhreu IIl1mpshlru pigs tourl WilllIuIIl1rdlmaylIustollI For SaleScholarship 1 BowlinOreunurtmentVSOIuverport For SaleMill CO I SALE Ilubcr Traction Engine la horsepower and u iomuloto saw mill In VarbelFor SaleFarm I Hayden onehaltFor SaleDank Stock FOIL SALE S1 c sharer First State Dunk IIIantordWantedA Cook vv ApplyFor SaleLaunch FOR HALEOood motor boat U horse power with two cylinder four cycle engine 30 toot long 4 foot beam Seats six people Price SIM tor quick sale Engine Lewisporth Jr CREAMSMassage Greaseless Imported Face Powder Talcum Powder 5 odors Toilett Ammonia 111 EverythingI for Hut cu 11severOI Drug Cott Henderson Route Notes Low round trip rates Summer Tourist hares ou si Is June lei to Sept ao in elusive returning pot later thou Oct 81stflumaeseea RudsOlllhwestCommencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 4i5 train RoughTtroretrain for halls of Roughs 10 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept 24 1010 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight of Sept 30 1010 Also 720 for the round trip on Aug ill Sept 7 14 and 21 1910 good to return reaching Clo vorport within 1 days from date of sale SUBSCRIBE on n l II Q01JJill col Jill 101 JI Q JJl1 TOMORROW Is the biggest day of the year in the county n The Masons Barbecue 1 g If you want Big Bargains any l old day in the year from an up=to=Date stock of General Merchandise o i ise us i iQlJ C NOLTE BRO 0 EjLj r J LAND LAND LAND best Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to It vest In THE the Great Panhandle of Texas The soil Is rich and productive nnd you MilletUroomcornI I In the Panhandle of Texasy- ou cyclonesnocan get three or tour crops of Alfalfa each your which will average a ton to I Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year- To 1 jnfullanyone who buys u section of this land kilo acres I will guarantee them tho money If at the end of 12 months they cannot soil this section for the a profit then tho forfeit money Is theirs lieu gnuniiMtr on ono hnlt and Si50 on a quarter section If Interested write me at once iitorrolt 1 C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky 61d1aaamiaal A rl I lrw AArnata ratraq Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer Foheir benefit we prepare 1MJ Y1I1 a T JIIMUIU I Cream Balm Except that U is liquid in all Its respects Ill e the heal ng h 1pful pain allaying Cream Balm that the public ha been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug In it The soothing spray is a remedy that re lieves at once All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by 1Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York HAVE CHARGE OF BREtK ENRIDGE FAIR POSTERS Edward Gregory of this citeand Thos Mather of Hardinsburg were here lat week posting the Hrecken ridge Fair bills and started out for a lengthy tour for advertising the fair Ernest and Isadore Popham have bought the farm belonging to Mr Stone near town r i t For Sale ImoclelI IIR 0 Perkinsr DIII y NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Subscribe Right Now rarrVtM L w oh Win a Free Piano will give away absolutely free an elegant piano to WEthe Individual turning In the greatest lace value collected piano certificates which we are giving way at our store You or some friend needs this piano a dandy Dont miss securing It What hunderds have ofIIelsewhere you can do Withevery cash purchase at our store we give able piano certificates for the amount of tne purchase Cast your certificates for yourself or your favorite contestant in our store ballot box Party having greatest value of certifi cates at close of contest receives piano CONTEST BEGINS AUGUST 15 AND ENDS JUNE JO 1911 CONRAD SIF F ELDealer In Boots and Shoes OLOVERPORT t KENTUCKY I w nA+ I 4 QQ 1 10JllllE Q0OUO L 10 I o A Dollar Saved isi a Dollar Earned IQE1O O Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer not bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in tho BANK S CLOVERPORTMM MMM billsthani OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US 00 We have record of fair dealings with our customers and always cater to their wants II IIwhenconsistent with sound banking principles 00 4c= kJcDI0I N ii I U 7 7 fir i t r =i f ll = 1 I r ltj j t i f i j It n t j f fIS f Il d r r d k Irk i c a rr- Mf 4 1k i 4t i 1a i t tstattr Electric BittersSucceed wben everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday 1tlsittRllltitltkit 7111is1e a7sa5 kltisaO I FOR ALEII I number of Farms dif 11A Sizes and Pricesik Bank of Hardinsburg IIIIThe Trust Coe rnrMrrraM- NEW iiQ rtsSKrrvrrr KerKrrrr+ l = = = =W1 1II Livery Stable iiv Stephensport Ky ijJ m MNcv11 j Rigs Jj- i1i New Horses New Stable i Open for the Public Near L the Depot yIIf you have any riding or ik m driving to do or iflYoU want X Feed of any kindwo can V furnish youwI We will handle Ice also I M MYour tf patronage will w- jS 10 appreciated j SMITH HANKS M Proprietors fljA i Stephensport Ky k + i7 + Send Us Your Name WE have a goodmoney making proposition and want to tell you about it Write today for par ticulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO C30 Broadway NEW YORK N Y Anyone lending a ikotch and doicrlntlon roar qulCkl ascertain our opinion tree whether an IOTentlon ti probably palentahlCommunlcaU- onlllrlcU1conlldential HANDBoDK on Patent ont tree Oldest agency tor lecurtnlfjalonu Patents taken through Munn A Co receive penal notice without charge in the Scientific IrneriraneAb- andomelr Illustrated weekly Largest elr- eu anon ot anY sclentlao Journal Terms fiI A four months U 9o d brali newedealer- wUNN i Cod F BU Walbl NewYork5 Dojit Forget pur Want Column I d f ROUND OF PlEASURE Ahead of Visitors to Kentucky State Fair GRAND FREE ATTRACTIONS Market Successfully Scoured for Best Offerings In the Amuse ment World Pioneer Days In Kentucky to Be Featured as the Great Pyro I technic Spectacle American people must have amuse ment nnd no set of men recognize the fact better than the officers and mana gers of the Kentucky State Fair The round of pleasure at the eighth annual state fair to take place in Louisville September 1217 will be as nearly con tinuous and complete as it is possible to make it- Secretary J W Newman has this season paid particular attention to what may be described as the purely amusement features for the forth coming state fair A contract has been closed with the United Fairs Booking Company to supply The Pass with the most novel and upto date attractions that could possibly be assembled The usual precautions have been taken to insure the correct moral tone and cleanliness of the in dividual shows This amusement feat ure will be on such a large scale this year that It was found necessary to enlarge the area heretofore utilized as The Pass and that justly famous avenue Of mirth will be arranged In the shape of an immense crescent with every Inch of space along the avenue occupied by some new amusement con cessionThe list of free attractions is a splendid one These offerings of the fair management proved so popular last year that care was taken this sum mer to close contracts with the best the amusement market has to present A star feature will be the Wakahnmn Japanese Troupo consisting of a dozen or more tumblers nnd jugglers from tho Land of tho Rising Sun The Taps will compote with Madame Louises Monkey Show Finks Trained Mules Morris and Morris expert tum blers and Slackey and nrlede high wire artists Davenports Fancy Horses are expected to carry off the highest honors however among tho free attractions This entertainment is nothing short of a threo ring circus which will be presented each after noon and evening The acme ut spectacular display will be enjoyed each evening In the fireworks exhibition A contract has been closed with the worldfamous Pain and thnt noteworthy Is at work on a program designed especially for the Kentucky State Fair Tho feature of the fireworks display each night will be an original pyrotechnic production entitled Pioneer Days in Kentucky It is said that the services of over 160 men and women will be required to properly present tho spectacle Linked with the features already dc Berthed there will ho the races by day nnd the horse show in the pavilion by iilght Negotiations are also under ray with owners of other amusement enterprises and It Is probable that the list of special attractions will be largely Increased before the opening of the gates of the 1910 fair BUSY DAYS AND NIGHTS Time of Special Interest to Every Class Allotted by State Fair Promoters Busy hours and minutes are ahead of visitors to the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 which will begin In Louisville on the morning of September 12 The Interest of scores of organizations has been enlisted and every day and every nlgnt hs been dedicated to some par ticular group with everybody invited all the time Fred K Kelsker of Louisville is generalI chairman on special days and A B Lipscomb Secretary of the Louisville Club general chairman on special nights As here toforo Monday tho first day has been set WIlde for tho school children of Kentucky Tho youngsters are expect ed to turn out by the thousands and guarantee of one day full happiness will along with each school child ticket sold E H Mark superin tendent of tho Louisville Public schools Is chairman of School Chil drens Day- Tuesday September 13 will be Farmers Day with W T ChiltOB ot CainpbellBburs as chairman Formal 1 many of the organizations mado up of farmersWednesday September 14 will be Louisville Day with W 0 Head Mayor of the city as chairman It is ex pected this will be one of tho banner days of the fair from an attendance standpointKentucky Day will be observed on Thursday September IB This also will be Press Day and Good Roads Day with A D Miller of Richmond president of the Kentucky Press Asso ciation acting as chairman and H A Sommers of Elizabcthtown vicechair manFriday September hns been especially dedicated to Kentuckys neighbors and will be known as Southern Indiana and Traveling Mens Day Adam Heimburger of New Albany ID chairman and D 0 Talcott of Louis ville vice chairnnan Saturday September 17 has been put down as Everybodys Day with everybody chairman- A testimonial to the great work being accomplished by Kentucky club women is evidenced in the dedication of tho first night of the fair as Wom ans Organization Night Mrs Chas R Weaver of Louisville is chairman German American night will be observed on Tuesday with Louis Seal bach of Louisville chairman and the IrishAmerican citizens of Kentucky will be the special guests of the fair on Wednesday night E J McDermott of Louisville is chairman for that eve ping Fraternal Night will close tune fourth day of the fair Thursday Under the chairmanship of R W Brown of Louisville monster committee is expected to bring out one of the largest outpourings of fraternal society mem bership ever seen in the Ohio valley Friday evening September 10 has been set aside as Commercial Organi zatlons Night with Dr W B Gossett of Louisville chairman Farewell Night will close the fair week Jas a Dorland of Louisville being chairman of the occasion Natlellos Band at State Fair Sig Ernesto Natlellos famous band has been engaged for the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 and will be heard in two grand concerts each day There are some sixty musicians in this great organization which is classed among the most prominent bands in America Free concerts will be given In band stand near the pavilion each afternoon and night and Natlollo and his musi clans will also be heard during the horse show and hippodrome perform ances In addItion two bands have been engaged to provide music for tho- races and render concert programs during each afternoon and evening Hundreds of visitors come to Louis ville on the Saturday and Sunday be fore tho opening of the fair and for these a grand treat has been arranged On Sunday before the opening of the big exhibition two sacred concerts will be given by Nntlellos band at time fair grounds Last year something like 10000 persons visited tho scene of tefair on the day before the opening and the fair management decided that nfl Slg Nntlello and his musicians will be hero ahead of time It would bo wino to arrange this treat for those who RO down to Inspect the grounds OUR FAIR In addition to the county fair that wo cnn all lay claim to ns being part of our possessions the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville Sept 1217 belongs to us as much as to any people in the state Every Kentuckian should regard this as in senso his fair It rep resents what is being done all over the state Just as the county fair represents what is being done in each count in the way of agriculture live stock and general advancement It Is a com blnntion of tto various county lairs not only of muckybut great many other nro rep resented at this exhibition live stock etc produced in the various states The state fairs are growing each year and the attendance is Increasing as everyone wants to know what is being done In other parts of the state and country Live Stock Judging Contests Live stock judging by students and farmer boys will be witnessed at the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 One of the contests is open to all boys of the state Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankln otters to the farmer boys 100 to be used as scholarship in the I Some of the Horses Seen at the Kentucky State Fair I Commercial a of go Prof 1C a a a a a a agricultural department of the state university for the best written Judgment on horses cattle swine and sheep exhibits Another set of prizes aggregating 50 will be offered to the students of the state university The sum Is divided into five premiums These specials are intended to encourage the youth of Kentucky In tho sci ence of live Stock judging For catalogue entry blanks or any other Information regarding the Ken tucky State Fair address J W New IBM a secretary 820 PaW Jeaee BsIlL lagLexierll l e Ky IV 7 t EVERY FARMERA- swellas every business man should have a hunk account I WHY Because elseemethodYourpays It gives you a better standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit tosavoThisYour bank book is a record of your business To those desiring I3anking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services Kytrr1VOften The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re sponsible for much sickness and suffering I should u kidney trouble is permitted to continue serious results most likely to follow Your other organs at tention your because they most should attention Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand quickly your en tire body is affected and every organ to fail to do its duty If you are or badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial vince you of its great merit mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have proven in thousands of the distress ing cases If you need a medicine you have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedol lar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a therefore are may need but kid neys most do and have first stow how seems sick feel will con The been plwahowbladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let n dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will he disappointed SAMPLE Series of meetings begins Wednesday night conducted by Ret Smith from Westview Miss Henrietta Ahl hasreturned from an extended visit with relatives at StephensportCarl was in Irvington SaturdayBruce McBride of St Louis and Mrs E L Dowell of Stephensport spent Wednesday with Mrs H T Dowell on Beech Hill Mrs Frank Basham and daughter Louise of Hawesville have returned home after an extended visit with friends and relatives here J H Miller is improving his dwel ling on the hill this week Edgar Fife and family have moved to Irvington where he has work with the L II St L Mrs 14D Dowell is on the sick list Morton Brumfield of Stephensport has purchased E E Fifes crop and moved in the residence vacated by Mr Fife Chas Armstrong and Morris Tucker were in Hardinsburg Friday KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Drrkings New Discovery oRfUi0k100AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDEDII THE BUSH- SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky DR EVELYN BUSH ri OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE IdThe Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences for Camthetreatment of diseases by I i Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods = Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage ATLER T WINkJUlVf DirectorLaIc of Battle Creek Sanatorium Correspondence Solicited Mrs L C Varble and Mrs E Rob erts spent Thursday on Beech Hill the guests of Mrs H T Dowell yonrewisportought to use Ctnlldren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA TAR FORK Mrs Warfield Collins and sister Miss Susie Newton of Clovcrport are the pleasant visitors of Miss Beulah Rice this week Mrs Wm Ball and daughter Mrs Gabe Wright of McQuady spent from Tuesday until Thursday with friends and relatives Miss Annie McGary of Jolly spent last week with her aunt Mrs Frank RuppertMiss Sherron was thrown from f At Pure and Fresh mixed spices for your preserving all kinds Best line of Razor Strops and Razors at lowest prices To get the BEST results from medicines only drugs that are absolutely pure should be used and they should be by a thoroughly qualified And reliable Pharmacist Drugs that are known by ex perience to be highly beneficial in the treatment of certain ailments may prove worthless or harmful if com pounded by one one ignorant of their properties and uses You makb no mistake in using the Rex which are in strict accordance with the Pre Food Laws by Graduates in Pharmacy In our own Labratory Rex peroxide Soap makes the skin white cleans up the dull muddy antiseptic in action a horse a few days ago and suffering with a broken ankle Eugene and Henry Newton and sis ter Miss Edna of Rome are visiting friends and relatives r Ed Hook was in Kirk Thursday Misses Lena and Ida Hawkins ofIMattingly spent Wednesday and Thursday at O W Rices T H Bates was in Cloverport Thurs day Mr and Mrs Allen Newby and little daughter Alliene were at MondayMiss Rice entertained Wednesday evening in honor of her guests Mrs Collins and Miss New ton of Cloverport All spent an en joyable evening They were also en tertained Friday by Mrs Ed Hook and Friday evening by Mrs T H Chan cellor 1iIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use HARDINSBURG PHARMACY I BESTandOur BreeRinrldge Countys Best Drug Store compounded inexperienced preparations compounded experienced complexion Mattingly delightfully 1the1 StrawHatRex Antiseptic Scoot Fly will bring comfort to your stock and prevent the spread of diseases Completeline placetocines you depend upon results You get results from our drugs and medicines compounded byexp rhinc8ctl 1 pharmacists LA D TsaiURGPHARMACYII i rz j r1 n nt Cj s a 1 a I I I I I 1 1- r 1 I tit r1it f0i i Z j t 1 4 1 1c 1 1uitowBW r Leonard Wood I Reprinted from an article tiy Theodore Roosevelt In The Outlook by special arrangement with The Outlook of which Theodore Roosevelt Is Contributing Editor Copyright 1910 by The Outlook Company All Rights Reserved Gen Leonard Wood has Just re turned from South America to take up his duties as chief of the general staff of the United States army the highest military position which the service af fordsNearly 12 years ago when Leonard Wood was acting as governor of Santi ago I wrote In the Outlook about what ho had already achieved and what he could be trusted to achieve During the Intervening 12 years he has played- a very conspicuous part among the men who have rendered signal service to the country by tho way In which they have enabled It to grapple with the duties and responsibilities in curred by the Spanish war What has Philippinesfnand in San Domingo during these 12 years represents a sum of achievement of which this nation has a right to be extremely proud In each locality the problem has been different in each locality It has been solved with signal success Of course there have boon mistakes and shortcomings but on the whole It would be difficult to find anywhere a finer record of successful accomplishment This record Is primarily duo to the admirable qual- Ity of the men put at tho head of affairs in the different places Messrs Taft Luke Wright Smith and Forbes Messrs Hunt Winthrop Post and Col ton Governor Magoon Colonel Goeth alsto these and their colleagues and subordinates the country owes a heavy debt of obligation Most of those I have mentioned are civilians Colonel Goethals under whom the gigantic work of the Pana ma canal Is being accomplished with literally astounding rapidity and suc cess is a representative of the army The share of the army In the honor roll Is very large The Importance of work like that of General Bell In the Philippines of General Barry In Cuba can hardly bo overestimated but as a whole of all the work of the army officers the greatest In amount and the greatest in variety of achieve ment must be credited to General Wood And moreover he has at times combined with singular success tho functions of civil administrator and military commandant The part played by the United States In Cuba lias been one of the most honorable dealingwithsatisfactory in all respects and to General Wood more than to any other startingthiscessful conclusion during the earliest and most difficult years Like almost all of the men mentioned as well as their colleagues General Wood of course Incurred the violent hatred of many dishonest schemers and un scrupulous adventurers and of a few IS TOO MUCH HANDSHAKING Other Ways of Greeting Friends That Are Much Preferable Accord Ing to Writer Although a few have suffered the unpleasant experience of the man In the case recently reported tho bones of whose hands were forced out of place by the viselike grasp of a too vigorous and unduly demonstrative friend most people will be Inspired by their personal recollections to sympa thize with this victim of a misdirected ardor Everyone knows people who seek to express the sincerity and ear nestness of their goodwill by squeez ing the hand they take as though they were trying to break every one of the r ore or so of bones which the human hand comprises and every one on such occasions must have wished that some other form of salutation than the one most in vogue had been de- fVtsed and were generally practiced rNShaklng hands is a relic of barbar tam anyhow It became the custom in the days when every one carried a dagger in his belt and when one friend meeting another thought it necessary to attest the peacefulness of his In tentions by extending an open palm Then the other man could do no less than make a similarly reassuring dem onstration and the grasp of these two extended hands naturally followed Subsequently by a logical process of evolution the handshake grew to be the conventional form of greeting and the refusal of a proffered hand was regarded as one of those insults whose dishonor can only be wiped out with blood Now the custom Is too firmly and widely established for its abandonment to be conceivable and Birds Powerful Voice There is a bird known as the naked throated bell bird that has such a powerful voice that it can be heard three miles away It Is loud and plaiting and baa been likened to the found produced by a blacksmith striking an anvil- Gastronomic Prize Medalist The man who Invents a noiseless pt thod of eating corn on the cob and Ms1 out hew one 0a partake of loa Without bottlHg bit was citl thi+ b+n actor 1 more or less wellmeaning persons why were misled by these schemers and adventurers but it is astounding to any one acquainted with the facts to realize not merely what he accom plashed but how he succeeded In gain- Ing the good will of the enormous ma jority of the men whose good will could be won only In honorable fash ion Spaniards and Cubans Christian Filipinos and Moros Catholic ecclesiastics and Protestant missionaries in each case the great majority of those whose opinion was best worth having grow to regard General Wood as their special champion and ablest friend as the man who more than any others understood and sympathized with their peculiar needs and was anxious and able to render them the help they most needed His administration was as signally successful In the Moro country as in Cuba In each case alike it brought In Its train peace an increase In material prosperity and a rigid adherence to honesty as the only policy tolerated among officials His opportunity for military service has not been great either in the Philippines or while he was the governor of Cuba Still on several occasions ho was obliged to carry on operations against hostile tribes of Moros and In each case he did his work with skill energy and efficiency and once It was done ho showed as much humanity in dealing with the vanquished as ho had shown capacity to vanquish them In our country there are some kinds of suc cess which receive an altogether dis proportionate financial reward but In no other country is the financialre ward so small for the kind of service done by Leonard Wood and by the other men whose names I have given above General Wood Is an army officer with nothing but an army officers pay and we accept it as a matter of course that ho should have received practically no pecuniary reward for those services which ho rendered in positions not such as an army officer usually occupies There Is not an other big country in the world where he would not have received a substantial reward such as here no one even thinks of his receiving Yet aft er all the reward for which he most cares is the opportunity to render service and this opportunity has been given him once and again He now stands as chlefofstaff of the Ameri can army the army in which he was serving in a subordinate position as surgeon 13 years ago His rise has been astonishing and it has been due purely to his own striking qualifica tion and striking achievements Again and again he has rendered great serv ice to the American people and he will continue to render such service In the position he now holds THEODORE ROOSEVELT yet there are various things about It which render it unsatisfactory Rather surprisingly it has thus far escaped the denunciations of the doc toYs who have spared no little else as a possible occasion for the communi cation of Injurious microbes but one dqes not have to be a President of the United States nor even a popular poll tlclan engaged In a canvass for votes not sometimes to have wished that the handshaking htibit had never been contracted There are so many ways of shaking hands that are objection able and there are so many different kinds of hands whose touch communi cates a sensation not exactly pleasant Hapds that are too hot or too cold too moist or too dry or whose inert ness communicates an uncomplimen tary sense of indifference on the part of their possessors Every one Is familiar with the hand shake in which all the shaking has to be done by the party of the first part in which the hand one grasps lies limp and lifeless in ones own to be taken or loft to be squeezed or let drop as one pleases while tho atti tude of the owner suggests an abso lute lack of interest In the proceed- Ings Behold that also is vanity and vexation of spirit So is the question which recurrently arises and which it may be suspected Is the source of qugetionEtiquette has its rules for this but no rules etiquette can formulate will cover every case that may arise and to determine the right thing may not always be easy It will be seen that the Chinese plan has its advantages The China man you meet does not shake your hand He bows and shakes his own Philadelphia Inquirer Peculiar Trick of Lightning Lightning played a curious trick With a funeral procession near Limo ges recently It struck the church and burned the altar cloth Outside the church a girl was killed and four bear era of the coma were knocked down Wonderful plight of Dragon Fly The dragon fly can speed through the air at the rate of GO miles an hour and more wonderful still can stop iaatantaneously in its flight or amaye backward or id0wAyi without iWnjlflf tbi positlofiof ita body EVIDENCE IS ALL CIRCUMSTANTIAL But Lafayette Police Believe They Have a Good Case FERRETING MURDER MYSTERY Death of Wealthy Trapper Whose Body Was Found In Charred Ruins of His Home Some Months Ago Is Now Laid at the Door of William Ashby Who Has Been Held on Suspicion Pending Further Investigation Lafayette Ind Aug 1WllllaA- shby the son of a grocer Is under a rest on a charge of murdering Samuel1 Waddell a trapper whose charred body was found In the ruins of an old log cabin nine miles west of here which was destroyed by fire early i the morning of March 20 How the death of Waddell came about was a mystery but since his death his two cousins have been at work on the case and little by little have accumulated I evidence which resulted In Ashbys n rest Waddell was known to have hadI a large sum of money on his personi the night of the fire Ho and Ashby and a man named James Casner wer s In Lafayette that night and rode out together on the Ashby wagon Wad s dell left the wagon at a crossroad- and went to his home According t Aghbys story to the coroner and the grand jury ie continued on homo and went to bed He and his wife quarreled last week and separated He later came to the city became Intoxicated and was arrested The police searched Ashby and found 2iO In his clothes Thisi was a surprise as Ashby had alwaysi been regarded as a poor man Mrs Ashby told the officers that she sus pected her husband and a pistol tha- was found on him Is known to have belonged to Waddell In the ruins of the cabin was found 8200 In gold andI silver This had been hidden by Wad dell who lived the lIfo of a hermit The only thing not found was his r volver He was known to have n 1000 In paper money on his porso- I that night According to the statesI theory this money was stolen from him and In the stealing of It he was prob ably murdered and his cabin set on fire Ashby denies all knowledge of the crime The police are working hard on th case and while all tho evidence so far Is circumstantial they believe they will be able to make a good caseI against the accused man NEWSY NOTES From Webster Mr Henderson Has Been Chosen to Go to Sunday School Meet at San Francisco Rev May filled his regular appoint ment here Sunday and a large crowd was out His sermon on Prayer was excellentA weeks series of meetings te HER LIFE TO Lydia 1- 3OWES Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Chicago 1111 was troubled with falling and illllam docWfSget well unless I operationI stand the strain of one so I wrote to you sometime ago about my healthand you told me what to do After taking Lydia E Vegetable Blood Purifier I am todaya well wOJnmMrs WILLIAJI AUJIENS 088 W 21st St Chicago Ill Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs and today holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine In the country and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in LynnMasscured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation ul ceratlondlsplacements fibroid tumors Irregularities periodic pains baoknohe indigestion and nervous prostration Every such suffering woman owes it to PlnkhamsVegetable If you would like special adViceI about your case write a confiden tial letter to Mrs Pinkham atILynn Mass Jler dyloe te free aria always liuIpfuL W H BowMEn President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It everylegitimateAn absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimcDcposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmer Tno C Jarboe 0 T Skillraan A R Fisher eveningmWebster is proud to note that Mr T B Henderson one of the oldest and most faithful Sunday School workers has been chosen by the Sunday Schools Mayn1011 at the International Snnday School Convention at San Francisco Cal Webster showed its appreciation Sunday by responding to the call to witchris to be paid by the Sunday Schools Amount of donation by this school 20 Mr Henderson is amost worthy mane and deserves this honor and we sin cerely hope that all the Sunday Schools theirapproand is now a true friend and helper to all Sunday School work Misses Condon Miss Mildred St Clair Peyton Claycomb Joe Hender son and Lee Hendricks spent Sunday with Miss Ossie Payne Glen Hendricks of Webster ball team assisted Irvington in defeating Hardinsburg Jrs Saturday Miss Mary Smith of Guston is the Hadtdock Jamie Mattingly formerly of Tell City spent last week the guest of Mesdames Payne and Compton HaddocknCuster ball team will play Webster on Websters diamond Saturday Aug 20 This will be a good game Come out and see it Its free If the best is not too good for you youeought to u- seCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8lgnatnro of Floral Hall at the Fair Everything Is in readiness for the re ception of articles to go in this depart ment which has proven to be the best attraction of the Breckenridge County Fair We take this opportunity to as sure the ladies of this and adjoining counties that their department will not be lacking in any way To do our best will require the as sistance of every lady who is interested in this workand that includes them all We do not ask you to come here and assist in the work of displaying these articles but we do ask you to look through your homes and send us some article or a number of articles and lets make this the best Floral Hall we have ever had A new arrangement of the hall has been made and all articles on display will be in full view of the public but out of reach so that loss of or damage to articles on display will be brought to a minimumThe has found it neces sary to request all entries for Floral Hall to be made not later than Satur day noon the 27th This will give you ample time to get ready and will give us a little more time to display them The above does not apply to perish able goods which may be entered the first day of the fair Send all articles with instruction in what class to enter to P M Beard Hardinsburg Ky C V Robertson Pres M B Kincheloe Sec Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawbackmalaria trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands The germ cause chills feverfaud ague billiousness Jaundice lassitude weakness and gen eral debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attact of ma hails writes Wm A Fretwell of Luc ama N C and Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and prevent typhiod 50c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co The School Of Music Persons desiring a full course In Vo cal and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportuni ties In the Western Normal Write fer special information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky I cr cr cr I RURAL TELEPHONES jfj Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call onfehe- x X TelegraphCompanyx mors Line rate I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J h = cr i THE i Fifth Avenue HOTEL 1 Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mnijr 3 it or BUSY NEW How They Drive and Rush and Then Waste Valuable Hours In Idleness How they do drive and rush and sweat to be sure falling over each other each other down In their mad struggle to get ahead In the pursuit of the round rolling dollar Just beyond the reach of their grasp- Ing claws How they run up the stairs of the elevated railroads I How they cannot be any of emto wait for tho next surface car but cling peril ously to the step and engorge the doorways How they pack and jam the subway stairs and In a surg ing mob like football players little children men and women alike to the most arrant outrages In the Intrusion upon each other How busy how hur ried they are There Is not time enough In the day them they are driven by whips of worse than scor pions and they leap and run and scourge and panting In their strife for tho New York Evening Sun says And yet several thousand persons men women and boys on their hurried way to their frantic toll recently stopped for an hour or two or three to gape at the empty In front of tho city hall because it had boon ad vertised that a man would start some time today from that spot and walk to It Is heavens mere that no to get up a tree in town last night nor any dog was heard yelping at a closed window nor any bird with a broken wing was to be soon nor any man started to mend a or a lofty flagstaff If any or all of these had oc curred at the same time with the po halt the of New York might have been smitten and stood staring hours in the effort to quench their I suffered from ton Doans relieved and the bowels so that they have been regular ever E Davis grocer Texas Try Our it 1The most centrally located and only arst classhotel in the city making a f2 00 rate Only one block from the princi shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the neat and clean t I Anything to Sell or Trado1 I IIIf have and will let us 1 advertise for you you willsure find a buyer a trader for it right away News Want Ads Bring Results THOSE YORKERS trampling persuaded platforms shouldering crushing subjecting for breathless precedence air California cat happened anywhere anywhere chimney tremendous cataclysms destrians departure working population motionless for magnificent curiosity habitually constipat Regulets strengthened slnce4Sulphur Springs WantJCoIUmn Pays pal city- Everything you Ii STEPHENSPORT Mrs Boyd McKaughan and daugh ter Miss Katie have returned from a visit to relatives at Sturgis Miss Sadie Cohen returned to her home in Louisville last week accompanied by her aunt Mrs W J Schopp Miss Grace Taylor Driskell has re turned home from a visit to relatives at Bridgeport Ill Lionel Connor will return tonight from Canton Ohio where he spent the summer with his brother Traverse- E H Miller has been on the sick list for several days Mrs G W Payne attended church at Sample Sunday Mrs M L Roberts has returned from Yelvington very much improved Mrs R A Smith is on the sick list Miss Virginia Kerr of Louisville was the guest of her aunt Mrs Pike Conn several days last week If the best is not too good for you Lcwisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA NOTICE qrficeso we can have room for all the ww Telephose us yOUr locals and terns V interestditto u 7r M 5 r N o I 4 7 4AkeylY te R YY rrtA t XrSR k U3 1 l1 7J T M 7 lyM g 1 Iii 11 k 9i R k t 3r kk a 4 p 5 7 J 11 ApN1 rw U JJTlA 1Wywww LA ION IJiJ JI J1 b THE PREMISES I 1 i i pUAt 2 Oclock p m Beautiful Building Lots in Cloverport On the hill high and dry on Elm Street the beautiful subdivision will be open ed up and laid off into building lots and sold at Public Auction Saturday Aug 27th At This is an opportunity that may never be offered again To the man that wants to start a home now is your chance To the speculator now is your oppor tunity lots bought in this addition will double in value in a short time In buying this property you see what you get and dont send your money away out West and invest it in prairie lots when the chances are it will only be inhabited by Prairie Dogs This property is well located in a neighborhood elegant refined and cultured people Close to schools churches business depot and river With its location and accessibility it offers an opportunity to investors and to people wanting beautiful home sites and the advantages ofa first class town Cloverport is bound to grow with its Shops Factories Foun dry and Solid Banking and Business Institutions you cant keep it from growing Terms will be Onethird cash balance in 6 rand 12 months Look for our ad in next weeks paper for fur ther particulars r The Ohio Valley Improvement Co 1 4 I J 1 I- dii ir k t l k1r r iI I i I i I II I I I Ir r j r j II I rrtV k4