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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w e ice THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 8 Pates NO 7 Meet Me at The Fair Next Tuesday MTASONS BARBECUE THURSDAY THE BIGGEST YET j Ir Crowds and Crowds of People Thronged Into Clover port to Meet at The Prettiest Natural Park in the State t EXCELLED EVERY ANTICIPATION The Masons barbecue Thursday there has never before been one just like itbecause the crowd was never so large the day never so fine the w dinner never so good the amusements never so many To think of the crowd of moving humanity that came into Cloverport in parties of two tens doz ens and half dozens makes the head swim The L H St L brought in 000 people off the branchand just how the 7000 got here is a puzzle but they were sure here for the conservative estimate of the attendance was 8000 people The great crowd of people that came into Cloverport was amazing The Owensboro Enquirer has the fol lowing to say Crowds crowds crowds were nil that could be seen Thursday at Cloverport on the grounds where the Masons of Cloverport held their ninth annual barbecue It is estimated that there were li 8000 people on the grounds and that an exceptionally good time was had by all The crowd ate the meats and all other refreshments and eatables to be had One hundred and twentyfive gallons of cream were shipped from Owensboro to the grounds and EO great was the rush on this that another supply was ordered about 10 oclock in the morn I ing 3it A special train of six coaches was run 11to the grounds by the L IL St L over the Fordsville branch and trains passing here carried one and two extra coaches forthe accommodation of those r who went from here and other points along the Texas THE CONTEST PRIZES f The contests this year were exceed sj ingly interesting and the prizes won LIre c as follows b 1 Boys Contest aMcKinley Roberts 1st prize 250 by A Cloverport Lodge No 133 F AM i Muriel Morrison 2nd prize 1 sack g Pikes Peak fflour by N H Quiggins Y i j whatj1 tfJMrs W L Milner Union Star 1st qplze 1 doz Cab Photos by C Brabandt tJif r Miss Eula Squires Hardinsburg 2nd t JIJprize Dental work f5 by Drs H J and J R Boone i 3ii Old Mans Foot Race ti Pete Ford Hancock county 1st prize fine Hat by F Fraize r Ii+ Alex Eskridge Breckenridge county 2nd Prize fine Bridle by J II Brown tTallest Man On Grounds S C Avitt Prize 250 Mdse by J C Nolle Bro- Shortestwoman On Grounds t r tt Miss Ella Durham Breckenridge I county 250 Mdse by J C Nolte tt Bro Ladies Ball Throwing Contest Miss Fannie Rhodes Breckenridge county Prize Parlor lamp by T F Sawyer r I Gun Contest r Conrad Simons Tobinsport 1st prize fine Rifle by Conrad Payne Co R O Willis city 2nd prize fine Rifle by the Lodge No 133 Bean Contest Charles Dawson Mdse by J T OConnelFree All Foot Race 100 YdsI Joe Champion 1st Prize pair shoes by Conrad Sipple Jesse Cook 2nd Prize 50 lbs flour by Star Roller Mills- Successful Contestants For Prizes Larg st family on the ground Selby McCracken City only 39 years old and has eleven children Prize 75 Ibs flou by N II Quiggins Best Preserved Old lady 65 yrs an over Mrs Gus Gibson City Prize ladies lint by Mrs J N Cordrey Prettiest Girl Baby Mrs Herbert Hall Hardinsburg KyBaby Mildred PriM Gold Necklace by Severs Drug Co Finest looking Boy Baby Hnswell Lee Campbell Dukes Ky Prize Go Cart by C W Hamman Fat flans Race D R Beavin Breckenridge county 1st Prize 50 Ibs flour by N H Quigr gins E S Beavin Breckenridge county 2nd Prize 25 Ibs flour by JJ C Weath bolt Ugliest Man On Grounds Elijah Ford Hancock county Prize Derby lInt by B F Allen Little Girls Race Wilda Rush Breckenridge county 1st Prize Box fine candy by Miss Lillie Sipple Katie Mattingly City 2nd Prize fine Cake by Home Bakery- BARBECUE NOTES Chas B Skillman of Morganfield came a few days before the barbecue to assist the Masons in making rrange ments for the occasion His services were appreciated and his many friends would have been disappointed had he not come back home for the great day 000 An elegant dance was given in honor of the visitors in Cloverport Thursday night by the young society men of this city Those who attended from a dis tance were Misses Louise Aud Han nah Beard Mary Franklin Beard Henry Moorman Dr Lex Franklin Kincheloe Mr Haswell Ed Dillon Preston Ford Miss Della Winchell Luther Reeves Mrs Frank Sanders Miss Clair Jolly Miss Steward Allen Long Tom Hale Elmer Trumbo Chas Williams Walter R Hensley Mr Goering Must Have The News Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find twentyfive cents to pay for three more months John Shrewsberry Irv ington Ky JAKE HANKS r Dies at Ills Home at Stephensport Monday morningWas Well Known Business Man News was received here as the paper was going to press of the death of Jacob Hanks one of the best known business men of Stephensport and the county His death was caused from typhoid fever He is survived by his wife one brother several sisters and his mother The funeral arrangements have not been made but the services will be held in Cloverport by the K P Lodge Mr and Mrs John Weisenberger went to Stephensport yesterday to be with the family I IGETS 8000 Dallas Springgate through his attorney Claude Mercer recovered 8000 for personal injury in an accident on the Big Four Railroad at SanfordInil on April 22 1910 In this same acci dent Harmon Driskell of this county MrrSprissRaicr injuries are very severe thedhead will relieve brain pressure and that eventually Mr Springgate will be about well again Meet her at the Fair House Party At Carters Miss Margaret Carter has been hostess to a week end house party at her home on the pike Her guests wer entertained by Mr and Mrs 1 Carter during their stay They were Misses Willa Hilt and Nell Livers of Paris Texas Miss Mary Nevitt of Basin Springs Miss Myrtle Lyddnn of Webster Miss Rhena Roberts of Irvington Mr Wm B Schmitt of Louisville and Mr Conley Carter 0 Huntington Do the right thing if you have Na sal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh pow ders and snuffs for they contain co caine Eys Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal pass ages and the throat whereas medicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you were In n word Elys Cream Balm is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Everybody Should Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed findI 25 cents for the News I cannot do without it Every home should have the News as one can hear from so many through it I would be lost with out it I think everyone should take the News for I know they would enjoy it Yours Truly Mrs Myrtle white Cloverport l Given Away In addition to nice building lot and 5 in gold there willi be given away to the ladies some nice presents Be sure to be on hand Aug 27th Saturday at 2 p m AN EASY WAY TO MAKE FIVE DOLLARS Send in a Name For The New Ad dition That Will be Annexed To Cloverport Saturday CANT YOU THINK HARD The Ohio Valley Improvement Com pany will give 85 Saturday to any lady old or young pretty or ugly mar ried or singlewho suggests the most appropriate name for the new addition on the hill For further particulars read the ads in this issue of the News about the big lot sale Leonard Walton and Robert Paull are here with Mr Robert L Paull in the interest of the sale Saturday This will be another great day in the life of Cloverport and the citizens are de lighted over having the old fair grounds turned into beauty spots for happy homes in this city Suggestions for naming the new addition have been received as follows as we go to press 000 Do you like Fair View for a name for yourpretty New lotsMrs R N Hudson Versailles 000 You will find enclosed a name I have selected for the new addition Ililldaje is my choiceMrs J EL Wills 000 Please call the new addition TIt- eToworsA Louise Babbagc 000 I suggest the name Johnson or Highland for the new addition to Clo verportMrs Wm Mcgovern Free 1Ky 000011I feel a double interest in the name to be given to the new addition to Clovtrport First the Interest I feel in the town second it adjoins my HeightsLaura 000fName the new addition Crestwood Addie G Ditto Louisville Ky 000IPlease call new Ad- ditIon in honor of Mr Robert S Paull who has opened the placeMrs J D Bibbage Floral Hall Siflin s Remember all articles for Floral Hall must be in not later than Saturday noon the 27 No danger of loss or damage to artic les in Floral halt this year You will feel nightly proud of that blue ribbon centerpieces scarf or some other article of fancy work Send them rn Your cakes pickels jellies etc will bas well preserved when the Fair is ove as when entered In addition to the regular premiums The Hank of Hardiubtirg will give 5 in gold to the lIRdy receiving the great est number premiums 111 Floral Hall Pretty nice tent it Articles for Floral Hull are coming iin rapidly Deliver or mail them to P M Beard Hardinsburg Ky We lack a lew quilts and counterpanes to fill in the space Cant you help us outFloral Hall belongs strictly to the ladies and it will be no better than you make it If our men folks could con tribute it would be a hummer oipremium to- go to one of our sister counties look out BreckellrldRelI If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour Is the Hour you j ought to use GREATEST EVENT OF THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME Beginsi Next Tuesday When the Breckenridge Coun ty Fair Association Meets at Hardinsburg Everybody Planning to Go CLEAN SHOWSNO GAMBLING One can hardly realize that next Tuesday is that eventful daythe opening of the Breckenridge County Fairfor which thousands of people have been waiting three hundred sixty five days And it will be wort the waiting and the working for pros pects for a great fair have never been so flattering as they are now Secretary Highly Pleased In speaking to Secretary M B Kincheloe about the Fair he said We have the assurance of the best livestock exhibit ever made at a county Fair in the State Everybody I have heard from or seen is coming We have two or three stables of horses on the grounds now and by this time next week the place willl be crowded Our grounds are all ready and we are only waiting for the time to arrive Every one in this section iis very enthusiastic President Assured of Success President C V Robertson who at tended the Bluegrass Fair at Ltxlng ington and the Grayson County Fair at Lcltchfleld says he expects the Breck onridge Fair to excel both in every way Mr Robertson says that efforts have been exerted to the limit to make this years Fair the best agriculturalI show and the best farmers all over the county are manifesting great interest to make a fine display of products A Real Nome Coming The best part of the BreckenridRe Fair Is that it is a real home coming Was it Tlu Regulars Jolly took a good game from the Hardinsburgers Saturday the score being 5 to 4 Lain did some fine twir ling for Hardinsburg and Bowman wa right there with the goods on third Curtis Pate played a good game tos Jolly He is as good a left fielder as ever walked out overthird and has a splendid wing Baidwin Davis News has been received here of the marriage of Miss Blanche Baldwin to Mr Bernie Davis The wedding too place in Evansville August the seven herrand was a charming member of the younger set II Bruners Plan Adopted At a meeting of the directors of The Farmers Bank of Hnrdinsburg August 15th ir Ben L Bruners plan of bank examination was unanimously adopted the following members being Dr Wm L Milner A C Glasscock W Guthrie Allen R Kincheloe Hous ton Alexander and J W Teaff Lot Given Away at Clo verport Lot Sale Satur day Aug 27th You do yorUI dont have to even bid all we ask is that you be ou on the grounds family and neighborhood reunion a oldPeopleonce a year meet there and exchange Mrhsociation expects to see more of his good friends this year than he has ever met there before All Have Good News Messrs J M Howard W R Moor man Jr John ORIelly P M Beard J F Mullen Mike Miller and H M Beard the Directors all have been fully convinced that this will be the biggest show m the history of the As socation Each one has received sum cleat information in regard to every department of the Fair that assures them that next week will be the red letter week for old Bracken dle Meet us at The Fair Thursday at the Masons barbecue QUO could hear Meet us at the Falrt every time he turned around One who must have said that a hundred times was Mr John D Babbage editor of the News He will have his usual stand at the grand stand and the dear old everybodyIfabout his display of products cattle etc at the Fair bring them to the News booth The editors of the News are always glad to learn everything pertaining to people and their interests Visit the News booth at the Fair NOTICE 1le the undersigned Commisioners will meet at Cloverport Ky on Satur sday Sept 3rd 1910 for the purpose of erectscreel and Gohagan creek on the Clover port and Stephensport road Bids will also be received for repairing the West abutment of the Cloverport bridge We reserve the right to reject any or all bids MillerCommissioners DutchskekEntertain For Visitors and Mrs J B Smart enter IMr at their beautiful country home Saturday night in honor of Miss Ida Waggoner of Stephensport Miss Mel lissa Pumphrey of McGavock and Miss Amelia Compton of Henderson A guessing contest was a delightful theJWag goner and Mr Simons Smart During the evening the young men found their partners by numbers corresponding to numbers held by the girls and took them to the dining room where hand some refreshments were served The guests present were Misses Ida Ollie Dora and Ada Waggoner Melissa Puipphrey Amelia Compton Francis Jeatnings and Scott Smart James Allen and Heman Waggoner JV i ir i Ji i ji i rrkoi Ji S te A1LJ Jj gr 1 JV ly i Vg SjrJ Tl J i I Building Lots in Cloverport are Scarce 1 No Vacant houses for rent This speaks well for a town Vacant lots and lands bought now in Cloverport will double in value What can you invest a few dollars in that will be so safe and so sure as a few town lots Come out Saturday to the big lot sale at 2 p m will give a b way nice lot 500 in gold and other nice presents Dont fail to be on hand you will be the looser if you are not there See big ad on last pager i Qhio Valley Improvement CO 1t ia p0 II 0 I 4L j Y ti r- y n CU h- ll n l Mrm f m nf W f MI m I m lIf Dean lorry Burns Hutchlns of Law Fivo Years fighting Required to School Succeeds Dr Angell as Make Ills Slogan of Remem i DepahtProvingdeliberating for a whole AFTER and considering the quail of runny university is presidents und of several men In public life the regents of the Uni varsity of Michigan have decided that the successor to Dr jQtnes 11 Angell as president of the university shall bo Dean Harry Burns Hutchlns head of the law department No graduate of the University of Michigan ever can confuse Professor Hutchlns with any one else for it was Dean Hutchlns who was responsible for that famous slogan which us In terpreted by the students runs Re membah the dignity of the dcpaht mentThe slogan wns a great Joke for a time for the students of Dean Hutch Ins department of law were not noted formerly for having the character of doves For a time indeed the dean had to be the dignity of the department all alone Dean Hutchlns clung to that slogan Ho wns called to Michigan from Cor nell In ISO For five bitter years he I labored under his program of teaching law KtiidtMitM the principle of ment Tlnil howiver was when the noto rious class of Naughty Naught the century liiws were wasting Wash tcniiw countyI They almost broke the deans hear that class They went down In the annals of the campus as the must class ever graduated Trndltlun wasnt only thing thpy broke Dill I Mum Ilittfhlns give upr Well hardly About four or flvo years ugh tin student body realized that Dtjan Ilut kilns hud at lastI won his point The engineerst and Ills found tlutiwlves pUHhlng and gasping In a strlitly lawlens rush The shirt tall parade by I laws became n mercury The capture of locks of hair during hazing became regarded us barbarous anil a t I though somewhat struggle around a huge pushball wits approved as the best out let for undergraduate animal spirits This year the graduates returning 1411q11alvl l ltlllllll1 Children Cry T FOR J FLETCHERSj O A S 1 j commencement week imagined they saw more dignity than ever in I Dean Hutchlns that his back If pos sible was straighter than ever In spite of white hair and sixtytwo years of energetic living und he had reason to be proud they said He bad dune the Impossible lie lied tamed the law students He was n genius In nd they declared Dr Hutchlns was born In Lisbon N II He received his for college at the New Conference seminary at Tilton and nt th Vermont Conference seminary at Newbury At nineteen he entered Wcsleyan university Mlddletown but on account of bad health could not complete the year A few months later he took up the study of anatom cand surgery at the Unive- slty of Vermont and then at Dart mouth Ills family moved to Michi gan so In the fall of 1807 he entered the State university at Ann Arbor HP was graduated In 1871 with n degree of bachelor of and PRESIDENT HARRY BURNS 1IUTCHINS OF TilE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN deport undignified the gentlemanly unexciting 1ar1aa for ministration preparation Hampshire physiology philosophy was chosen as commencement speak er which was the highest honor then conferred by the faculty The follow ing year he had charge of the public schools of Owosso Mich lie was re called to Ann Arbor in 1872 to become an Instructor In rhetoric and his tory In one year he was advanced to the rank of assistant professor lie spent three years more In Ann Arbor before he went to Detroit to practice law for eight years In part nershlp with his father ln Iaw Thomas M Crocker In 1SSI he was recalled to the uni versity us Jay professor of law Three years later he went to Cornell return tag to Michigan after eight years to become dean of the department of law In the absence of President Angell as minister to Turkey in 18078 he was acting president of the university and he again was made acting president last fall when President Angell resigned after a term of service of thirty seven years cJ iTJ1l1 2i 11 rl1hc1lill1 W accident insurance Dr JChcapcst 011 Stops the pain wound All druggist sell I Am Glad writes Mrs Ethel Newlin of Liberty Center Ind that I began to take Car dul for it has cured me- and I will never forltet it- ell cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did begantoverybadpain and weighed only 105 pounds Now I have a good color do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs lit ss Take t CARDUI The Womans Tonic Beware of strong noxious mineral drugs that systemta basin of water Cardui is purely vegetable and contains no poisonous minerals or drugscsafe and harmless for use by old and young and may be taken as a tonic for possible I LODIBURG A M Hardin Celebrates Ills Forty Sixth BirthdayMrs Eubanks And Mr Collins Marry In St Louis Nick Mercer of Texas was the guest of his brother John Mercer of Raymond last week Mrs A M Hardin and daughter Nina were visiting Dr J M Hardin of Brandenburg last week Mr and Mrs Remus Basham were visiting Mrs Bashams parents Mr and Mrs James Hicks of Holt last SundayBob Cashman and Miss Eula Adkiss on of Rhodelia were the guests of Miss Ida Ater last Sunday Miss Belcher of Hawesville return ed home last Sunday after a weeks visit to her brother Mr Belcher of Frymire Jell Condor of California is at home the guest of his brother Ed Connor Mrs Carlt Dutchske of Louisville returned home last Sunday after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs A Dutchske She was accompa 1 icd home by her sister Miss Ada Not tinghamJ of Holt was visiting hisI brother A Tlutchske last Sunday Harrison Ashcraft of Rhodelia was the guest of Miss Ida Ater last Sun dayIMrs Sallie Eubanks left here Tuesday morning Aug 10 for St Louis where she was met by Mr Collins of Hanibal Mo They were married on Wednesday They will make Hanibal their home They have the best wish es for their welfare by their many friends of Lodiburg There was a very interesting ball game played on the Lodiburg grounds r r 1I LFor Sale I fTux recoipts 1910 model guaranteed to last 12 monthsI Prices rank from 150 toIseveral hundred dollars I in and get e- DIttR- ca 0 Perkins 4 Jtt 11 The Cloverport Ice Co f I m I Is now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 hours Write or telephone us your orders i whichwill receive our prompt and carefulat I tention I Marion Weatlrerlrolt sectm r I MURDER MOTIVE STILL MYSTERYr Cleveland Police Working On Footpad Theory SLAYING OF A MILLIONAIRE When Attorney W L Rice Was Shot Down at Approach to His Home t Murderer Left No Clue and Police Are Baffled by the CaseTheo That Millionaire Was Slain by Busi ness Enemies Exploded The murder of W L Rice million aire attorney and clubman at Cloy land Ohio is still a mystery Aft working two days and running down many nearclues the entire police force arc baffled They have no re suits The theory that Rice was mu rdered by business enemies has e ploded The widow of tho murdered m and her tour daughters have arriv from their summer home in Massachu setts Accompanying Mrs Rico and her children was William Nelson Cromwell the New York attorney and the eastern associate of RIce The theory of murder by footpads- is t the only one left But there was no robbery An envelope filled with bit was left untouched In Ricos tun pocket His trouser pocket was file rII with silver and ho wore a watch nn lewelryII The autopsy showed that only one of tho two bullets fired at him penetrate- the brain The second glanced off was discovered that Rice was struck on the head with somo heavy instrut ment possibly a blackjack or pistol1I and probably knocked down Tho co oner expressed a belief that the shots wore fired after ho was felled by the blowMr RIce put up a desperate tight for his life Two clean cuts In the arm of his coat indicated resistance to tho attack A deep cut In the left hand reaching to the bone indicates that ho warded oft one slash Probably while ho was doing this ho was knocked down The murderers evidently planned the crime with cunning The spot selected was midway in a halt mile stretch of open boulevprd direct ly under a light where any person desiring to reach the populated section of the heights along Overlook road j would have to cross Back of thejj scene was a cluster of trees and j shrubs where concealment was affordtt ed On either side for a quarter of a mile east or west any approaching j auto could easily be seen Mr Rico on several occasions had j trouble with Italians from the scttlo 1 meat known as Little Italy lying at t tho base of the hill bolow Overlook Road whcro he lived last Saturday between the married men and boys At the close of the ninth Inning the score was 10 to 5 in favor of the boys The ice cream entertainment given bv Mr and Mrs A M Hardln last Saturday evening in celebrating A M Hardlns40 birthday was the most enjoyable entertainment of the season The invited guests were Mr and Mrs W H Hardin Charlie Payne John Brown W B Argabright Ed Shell man Mrs Ida Brown Lula Dutchske Ada Nottingham Misses Dee Basham Annie Lee Hardin Estel Dell Willie Deacon Messrs Sam Brown Erie Hardin and Hoyt Decker thirty in allI took supper The tables were beauti fully decorated with flowers May Mr Hardin live to enjoy many more birthdays J is the wish of his many friends Staggers Skeptics That a clean trice fragrant compuun like Bucklens Arnica Salve will instant- lyI relieve a bad burn cut scasd wound or piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove tlu wonderful healer of the worst sores ulcers boils felons eczema skineruptions as also chapped hand sprallls and corns Try it 25c at Se vers Drug Co s- An Inspiration For Other Schoolsjj At the county Sunday school Conven tion held in Irvington July 2930 Thet committee on resolutions resolved to send our county President Mr T B Henderson as a delegate to the Inter national Sunday School Convention to be held in San Franslsco May 1011 1 This resolution was voted unamlous ly by tho convention and the commit tee of four are now at work raising tho i money to defray tho expenses of Mr = HendersonWebster realizing the honor that hasdbeen confeered upon our county Presi dent uid Sunday School Superlntea dant thinks the Convention and Sunr day School workers could not find a better or more zealous man to repre sent BreckenrIdge county and Ken wtuckyshowed this love and hearty apprecia tion by oneof the most liberal freewill offerings that will be made by any t school in the county After theJ1lcme ber of the Committee In this district Mr Olaycomb stated the purpose of I fl 7 f J WE WANT YOUR Eggs Chickens Turkeysr Lambs Calves Hides Tallow Beeswax produce Poultry are the very best Have a large house hespecially adapted for handling and shipping We pay the highest market price in spot cash ryand make prompt returns to shippers WE WANT APPLESerWe are in a position to handle all your Apples and will pay the best price See or write us rabout your Apples edAslc E H Shellnmn S Co bankers and First State Bank Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff and depend on getting the best price the market affords A Dri Ashcraft Bro laIRVINCITON KY L JLouisville Henderson St Louis Ry ItTIMETABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 STATIONSrL11I I U3 I i it 142 JiI 148 tally Dally Dally Daly =iJiiriii4 LvL0UI8YILLE Ar ila 60pm 7 40pm =t4 63 STRA1VREltItY U 35 IllHUOFtf f2 23 r f5 09 f9 OU MEIJ01CA ii 42 f2 13 f03 =t5 II tI 14 STITKS ru 3a 12 07 f7 02 fa 1IT KATHUVN f2 01 1001 5 21 I 21- f5 WKST POINT U 29 12 01 11 50 23 10 23 HOWAltD fllSSam f054f5 31 to 30 BAKTLES tit 50 fO 40 f5 37 III 84 HOOK I1AVBN fll 45 fO 41 f5 43 fll 40 UNO IJUANOH fll 37 fO 33 5 52 n 49 HHANOEiMlUKG 11 21 0 25 6 59 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tu discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from wont of Cloverport Hartford Linett West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsville Last Bound Second Class list Glass 1st Class Second Class 9 i 7 113 lpSTATIONS 1 MixedDullyecSunday i 111OPin65Sf655f709 SpringGarflold f709f720 5 55 sll 35 sO 38s2 G7 1030 u 1015d87 31 610 lls4Hm Hardinsburg x017s210 = s741 027 1201pm Junction sg 11ea 00 1010 f 1001f757954s843i8g 31f820fl3a9 7 36 sIp m Hllmltchs815 sl305 9158 55pm 750 FordsvilleE- ARL1NQTON 1201pm g 10 3 30 u 5 4G 005tt BOUND WEST Between Dempster and FallsJofRought1l SeconGlass s 7 ThIs Time Table wenti31 27 25 Into eiroct Sunday Juno 24 26 32 Mixed Passenger Passenger 10 1910 nt J 155 p m Passenger Passenger Mixed 1 Mondayii and UrldysariVodnsd Frldy y OolyonlyI I 215 p m 12 30 u m 8400 m J DEHPSTEB 8 85 u m 1235 p m 16 p m i103pm1256pm 000amr FALLSOI ROUGH815am 1215pm 10bpm raising this money each person that 1 to give anything was asked toKILLf THE COUCH LUNGStree M IIngsdollarsknow Mr Henderson love him and New Discovery r know that his heart is in this great work to which he is gluing a NPBICSgreatFOIlpart of his time and ask that C8UCH 1fie1 tieweu other schools of the county follow the I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNI THOU B of Webster if it be only SAlIA5mallcontrlbutlon OXOXJYaJJUJlDGamply rt ff 7- i r t d yCY i4 I FOURTH ANNUALB- RECKINRIDGE 11 COUNTY FAIR HARDINSBURG KY H 1AUGUST J 0I = 311 SEPTEMBER 1st i The Best and Most Successful Largest Crowds and Most Beautiful Grounds of any County Fair in theState This Years Fair Will be Bigger and Better Than Ever Strictly and Agricultural Exposition Positively no Gambling of any Kind and no Immoral Shows will be Permitted I LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT Horses For general purposes Coach Horses Roadsters Saddle Horses Pedigreed Draft Horses Grade Draft Horses Fancy Matched Teams Yearlings Colts Ponies Mules Cattle Short Horns Polled Durhams Polled Angus Galloways Red Polled Devon Holsteins a vited boys JerseyAEU DULL Polled Jersey Guernseys Ayi hires Dutch Belted Norman and Brown Swi- ssSheep Merinos and Lin Cotswold and lInmpshiloI Poultry Pigeons and Pet Stock Plymouth Rocks Leghorns Wyandottes Cochins Brahman Langshans Minorcas etc etc Ducks Turkeys fowls Guineas Belfian Hares beautiful specimens of laid Shrubs superb collection of Works of Art and Decor ations grand display of Garden Field and Orchard Products extra special prizes in addition to the Associations regular Premium List are offered by individuals and The Premium List Will be found liberal and comprehensive It embraces all the principal breeds of live stock poultry as well as farm garden orchard Ii1 A of l lMakethe Fair SuccessA- ll j if V residents as well as our neighbors are cordially in r to participate the more the morrier dont be afraid of a or two A veritable home exposition furnishing and simple recreation and instruction Special attractions in addi L Lion to the regular exhibitions have provided for the en joyment of visitors Jolly and prettiest maids will en Uven tho occasion U CV PRESIDENT r to q POLLED and dies Pea Bring the Family The pleasures one experiences in meeting with old friends and becoming acquainted with new ones at annual exhibitions are an enjoyable feature of such occasions Meet Me at The Fair 5 t Delaines coins Leicesters Oxforddo w n s I Flowery a firms and day pure been these Hogs IPolnndI FirstClass Band Music ROBERTSON COMEA- nd Liberal Premiums The Association pays especial attention to its premium list in all its various departments In its premiums for Agricultural products overy farmer in this section can find something attractive In what is familiarly known as the Ladies Depart ment comprising household fabrics pantry snd diary supplies ladies handiwork fine arts and paintings every lady in this vicinity may easily find some premium for which it is desirable to compote z M B KINCHELOE SECRETARY n irfJ a b 4 k t r TI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPOKT KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 = President I Taft is said to be hard nt work on a campaign letter It might be mistaken for an overture of peaco with Col Teddy Prof Joel H Pile has returned to his home in Hardinsburg after I attending the summer session of Columbia University in New York The recent forward movement by the citizens of Louisville to spend a half million dollars for the benefit of the public schools of TefferEon county is an enterprise that the people of the whole State will endorse The past week has been the busiest in Cloverport for some time The Masons barbecue brought many homecomers and visitors who have lingered over time with their relatives and friends This has kept the frying pans going and the merchants rushed with orders We like company and always glad to have the visitors in our home and town As the News barbecue suuvenir said Come back for we want to set you all again There is evidently a break between President Taft and MrI Roosevelt From present indications the grand old party is evidently in bad shape in Now York Mr Roosevelt was turned down byone faction when he wanted to be the chairman of the State Republican Convention for the State of New York They do not think Teddy is the whole show by any means and if there is not an adjustment of differences the party will be in a bad way to carry New York this fall There is to be a public sale of twenty or thirty town lots here next Saturday and from indications they will bring good prices The lots are located in a very desirable section for building and resident purposes and they ought to go off like hot cakes The town needs this new addition and the man who comes in on the ground floor in this purchase will make money Cloverports growth is steady and sure and these lots will prove a desirable investment in the very near future Tuesday is the opening of the fourth exhibition of the Brecken ridge Fair Association at Hardinsburg and will continue until Thurs day when the sun sets After three years of experience the man agement of this association is able to give its patrons a better live stockand agricultural exposition than has ever been held in Western Kentucky The entire fair promises to bo of the highest class and will be of great benefit to the people of lireckenridge and the sur rounding counties Mr V G Babbago of this city has recently been appointed the local attorney of this county for the InterSouthern Life Insurance Company of Kentucky Recently tho InterSouthern took over all tho business of the Business Mens Life Insurance Company and it is regarded now as one of the strongest insurance companies in tho State doing business in tho South The Inter Southern has already u large amount of insurance in force in this county and Mr Babbago has been directed to look after the legal side of the business here We are asking all our friends and readers to send us any news item of real value and interest but we are compelled to request that each writeup be as brief as possible Wo have had several com plaints about our cutting cuticles that were sent us for publication This is absolutely necessary we cannot publish articles as they are sent to us for as u rule they are written in twice as many words as are necessary to express what must be said To get in nil the news we have to mike every article as short as possible and we sincerely trust there will be no had feelings toward the News from our friends for changing tho material they send us for use in the paper Let have your news notes but let them be brief usI r Lawns 15c Lawns go at i t lOc Lawns goat r 25 Ladies Wash Suits worth 5 go Vents 400 Low Cut Shoes Mens 350 Low Cut Shoes go aLrMens 800 Low Cut Shoos go at l Mops X250Low Cut Shoes go at 250 5300 275 5250 HARDINSBURG Robert Bland of Carlisle Indiana is here for a few weeks spending his vacAtion with his mother Mrs Fannie BlandC D Payne exsurveyor of Breck enridge county moves his family here from Hites Run and will shortly open up a general merchandise store in the cannery building near the depot Mr Payne YII1 make a specialty of handling produce which he will be pre pared to handle in large quantities Mrs Zeke Rhodes and Miss Regina Hoben returned Monday from a visit to Mrs Jas Lewis of Uloverport Miss Bessie Arnold of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Tilford a few daysMrs J H Pile returned last week from a visit of several weeks to her sister Mrs D W Scott of Elizabeth town Enroute home she spent a few days with Mrs Tom Lyddan of Webster Misses Martha and Isabelle Gardner are visiting in Leltchfield Miss Mattye Reid of Bowling Green was the guest of Mrs Coleman Has well Friday and Saturday Mrs Staten of Bowling Green is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Stith Mr and Mrs David Penick of Cus ter are visitors at Mr and Mrs John Stiths Revand Mrs E B English of Owensboro are visiting Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard Joel H Pile has returned from the summer session of New York Univer sity New York City Philip Basham and Miss Jennie Wilson both of Garfield were married in the County Clerks office Saturday the Rev J W Hughes of Kingswood ofllciating I Marriage licences Phillip Basham and Jennie Wilson Cleavie Pruitt and Myrtle Ammons John K Cave and Emma Armes Virgil Johnson and Georgia Bruce The fifth annual camp meeting began yesterday at Kingswood to continue until Sept 1 The preaching is being done by the Rev B Carradine D D of St Louis Other well known wor kers and musicians are In attendance The merchants of Hardinsburg will close their storey at eleven oclock each morning through the Fair Shop pers and visiting buyers will take notice and govern themselves accord ingly Stock began arriving Saturday for the Fair Several stables already filled witn training upon the track give a busy appearance to our fair grounds which are likely the prettiest and shadiest in all Kentucky Mr and Mrs George M Moss left Saturday for their home in St Louis after a visit to Rev and Mrs Arthur MatherIf best is not too good for youI Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Ii 5 in Gold Given Away We will give the 5 in goldi for the name adopted in our subdivision sale Sat urday Aug 27th 2 p m I Provisionsare You must be on the ground when it I is announced Ladies Shoes Ladies 300 Low Cut Shoes go at- Ladies 250 Low Cut Shoes go atrrrLadies 200 Low Cut Shoes goat- Ladies 176 Low Cut Shoes go at- Ladies 150 Low Cut Shoes go at- Ladies 125 Low Cut Shoes go at S225S200 S200S160 3125 11101 Miss Isabelle and Martha Gardner and Miss Ruth Kincheloe of Htirdins burg were charming visitors of Mrand Mrs J C Payne for a few days last week Mrs Geo Worland of Brandenburg andMrs Rice Hollcroft of Roberta are spending this week as the guests of the Misses Greenwood Miss Jessie Leever left Monday for Evansville where she will visit for some time- Misses Ollie and Dora Waggoner have returned to Cloverport after being the guest of Mrs J O Chapin Mrs Geo Livers and children of Marshall Texas were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Lvers at their home near Basin Springs last week Miss Jennie Hogg of Dallas Texas after a stay of a few days as the guest of Miss Mary Nevitt left for Elizabeth town Sunday Miss Nola Payne of Hardinsburg was the week end visitor of Mrs Matt Van Meter of Chicago arriv ed Friday night to join his wife Mrs Van Meter who is visiting her mother Mrs Allie Claycomb Born to the wife of Gus Albert Richardson Monday Aug 15 a fine ten pound boy Miss Mary Nevitt and visitor Will Hilt of Paris Texas spent several days of last week in Cloverport with rela tives Mr A B Coleman has returned from a few days visit to Stithton Miss Minnie Lee McGhee who has been visiting Misses Lydia and Nannie McGehee left for Long Branch Tues day Hats worth 125 and 100 go at Hats worth 150 go Hats worth 200 go worth 250 go Mr and Mrs Harry Highby who spent ten days as the guests of Miss Essie Kendall have gone to their home in I LouisvilleMrs C Heron and daughter Mary and Mrs W J Piggott spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville shopping Mrs Edward Montgomery and son Charles Edward left for Louisville Thursday after being the guest of her sister Mrs C L Chamberlain Mrs Jennie Calloway and daughter Miss Virginia Calloway left Tuesday for a months stay at Smiths Grove visiting relatives and friends Miss Nannie Perry is expected to reoI turn home shortly after a ten days visit to her son Jess Kirk Miss Eva Schindler of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Albert Schindler for two weeks Miss Mayme Brogan of Toledo Ohio arrived Monday to be the guest of Mr T Costin at the Neafus Hotel Mr and Mrs Frank Carter returned Monday to Cloverport after spending several days with Mr and Mrs Wor land Carter and Misses Julia and Mag gie Greenwood- P U Elliott of Owensboro was in town last week on a business trip The Rev L K May will go to Bew leyville for a revival at the Methodist church beginning Sunday Aug 28 and will continue for two weeks He will be assisted by Rev Harry Maitland of PennsylvaniaMrs Howard of Louisville came down Saturday to be theguest of her sister Mrs Jno Nevitt Miss Hannah Beard of Hardinsburg and Miss Leila Hillsman of Livermore were the week end guests of Mrs W J Piggott If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use 75c also for sale one gas plant which will cheap cash DISAPPEARS No One in Cloverport Who Has A i Bad Back Can Ignore this Double Proof Does your back ever ache Have you suspected your kidneys Backache is kidney ache With comes dizzy spells Steepless nights tired dull days Distressing urinary disorders Cure the kidneys to cure all Doans Kidney Pills bring quick lief Bring thorough last cures Thats what Cloverport sufferers want Profit then by anothers testimony Twice told and well confirmed- G W Waddell M D Main Cross Streets Ky saysIII publicly recommended Doans Kidney Pills some years ago knowing of many cases where they had been usedwith the best possible results and niy confi dence in them during the past four years has not been shaken in the least It may seem rather out of the ordinary for practicing physician to recom mend proprietary medicine and must say that there are only few medics that are worthy of praise have prescribed Doans Kidney Pills very often and know of many perman ent cures that have resulted from their use do not ffesitate to advise per sons who suffer from klttgey complaint in and of its various forms to give Doans Kidney Pills trial For sale by all dealers Price sO cents1 FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans had take Right Now EI0EJIc or Ifr 0 ilEQOr II Co IIII Some Coal is Like Paper n It fire quickly and burns up more 0- U quickly Resultthe minimum ofacE tual heat Some coal is like rock it will hardly catch fire at all 0 One Coal is The Happy Mediumol It iI U UItU lI rp I Jas VI Lewis0 0- Q forIIJJTHE HAPPY MEDIUM JJ ii- o i LOrder Winter Supply Now Spoltsville or Bakett Coal And Youll be Satisfied 0 I0rrJIQII 10JillQOt IJQ0 lclj A Last Chance For These Prices Good until September to make room for my Big Fall Stock which is now arriving daily f atrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Shoes goatr S 0 10- c71hc 5210 I 5150 IRVINGTON PayneForrest catches i i Straw Hats at atrrIIa-ts atrr S100 150 200 I havo 25light actoylono I soil for ED Fe ALEXANDER v IRVINGTON KY t CI lZJ t I u DOUBT i r it it 0 re Elizabethtown a a 1 a re I I I l a no othe- rSubscribe 0 I I I 1st Mailings I Ir 1f To Clean up I i 25c Mattings go 4- rrrratr 20c Mattings go atrrrjr rr15c Mattings go atxr12c Mattings goat 190 i 15- o121b 9 C Edison Phonographs and Record- sII agent for Phonographs and Re cords If you are contemplating buying one call apddoeMme ltjj ah J M nzii r lV tHJ A Reliably Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elis Cream Balm IIIIf qulckl absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals Bud protects 1 the diseasmem-i ti brand resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Co Id In tho Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size GO cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid t Oream Balm for use in atomizers 75 ots C Ely Brothers 60 Warren Street New York J She Breckenridge News =WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 tie l IaSeSlk5tSt7aitfailk5IS1 I1tSCsSlyitllStil O v IIlocallaconics NStililStlfk11k11kSISISOSiAAAIIAA11 tititU Meet them at the Fair i i Get a free piano at SippelsI i George Wendelken is in McComb 1 Miss Meet him at the Fair Girls come and try the free piano a the Shoe StoreC l 4Eldred Babbage is visiting 4otinear Irvington 1Buy your shoes at Sippels and get l piano certificates Miss Lillian Sippel is spending this week in Louisville Jeff Owen of Glendeane was in Louisville Monday Hughes Ireland of Skillman has been Visiting relatives here Mr Ramp of Kansas City is the guest of Miss Annie Jarboe Have your fortune told at Hardins burg next week at the Fair Mr and Mrs Till Pauley of Mat toon Ill are visiting relatives John Bell of Jasper Ind spent Sunday with Miss Hazel Holdery Mrs Roscoe Severs of Virginia is the guest of Mrs D H Severs Miss Ada Jolly of Hardinsburg has been visiting Mrs Frank Payne Miss Jennie Patterson has retnrned f home from Texas for a short stay Miss Nannie Hall of Union Star is f the guest of Miss Hazel Holder I awayIi i I Miss Hattie Sheldon of Tell City has been the guest of the Misses Smith i Mrs Lightfoot Miller and son John have been visiting Mrs Jas Cgrdrey Dont miss the Fair at Hardinsburg Remember the opening day is Tuesday Mr Steve Kennedy of Webster is Visiting his daughter Mrs Jesse Boh J Tler Mrs Albert Funk of New Albany is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Con rad Miss Ida Huff of Cannelton was the week end guest of Miss Rachael Jackson I MissJeanette Burn is visiting Misses It Jessie and Juanita Carr in Elizabeth V town I Miss Callie Black of Derby Ind i I was the guest of relatives here last I weekBake a caramel cake for the County j Fair pri2ex and get the Mary Francis Wolfe i II Louie Ditzenbach is visiting Russell Harris and relatives in Louisville this week W A Greer of Melissa Texas was in Bewleyvillo Saturday visiting rel J ativesMr babyoff relatives i si1n gold for some woman This is open for the young women as well as the older ones We will give to the one sending in on or before Saturday at 10 V Itam day of our lot sale the most ap propriate name for our subdivision on the hill at Cloverport 5 in gold This will be left to committee of business men to decide Send sealed communii 1 cations care News office itfLi Ohio Valley Improvement Co Mr Hambletoii of Sorgho has been visiting his daughter Mrs Chas LightfootJoe Robbins of Evansville is visiting his sister Miss Buy Robbins at lrvlngton If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Mrs J Byrne Severs entertained Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs Roscoe Severs Miss Mamie DeUaven left Monday for Greenville where she will visit Mrs Reynolds Ed Whitehead was in Louisville Monday He has been a very busy man this summer Miss Lena Pointer and Mr Walter Pointer of Horse Cave are visiting Mrs G P Dillon Miss Esther Jackson has returned home from a delightful visit in Brazil and Greenfield Ind Ice Cream supper at Rites Run Bap tist church Saturday night August 27 Everybody invited Mrs Rhoda Wright of McQuady is Hanibletontand other relatives Brandenburgsspent the week end with Mrs Lucy Gregory and relatives Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard of Hardinsburg have been the guests of Mrs Forrest JIightfoot Misses Margaret and Edith Stirman of Owensboro have been the guests of Miss Leonora McGavock Misses Eva and Emma Bobte of near Irvington were the guests of Mrs V G Babbage last week Mrs N Neilsen and daughter Miss ClAir Neilsen left Saturday for Chicago to spend the winter Miss Ethel Bannon returned to her home in Eddyvllle Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer Mr and Mrs Eugene Tatum and children of Henderson are guests of Mr and Mrs Weaver Tatum If you have friends you would like to see send them a card to meet you at the County hair Write them today I Mrs Chas Crary and son James and daughter of Middleport Ohio are are visiting Mrs A H Murray John Storms of Cannelton is the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Storms who have just returned from Indiana Mrs Ella Gregory and daughters Misses Inez and Carrie Essie of Louis ville are visiting Mrs Clyde Morrison Miss Annetta Seward of Russellville and Miss Claire Jolly of Irvington were guests of Misses Eva and Edith PlankMrs Sallie Moorman and daughter Miss Katharine have returned to Louisville after a visit to Mrs John Jarboe Oscar Black of Stephensport Misses Cora Moore and Lydia Davis of Hawesville have been visiting Miss Minnie Embry C G Brabandt the photographer has the privilege at the Fair and will be there with his tent prepared to do the best of work A R Robbins of Oklahoma came last Saturday to spend ten days with relatives and friends Says he is well pleased with his new home Jas Davis living near Irvington lost thirty acres of corn and seven acres of tobacco during the heavy rain and hailstorm in that vicinity Sunday Mr and Mrs Nathaniel Tucker and children Mike Bernice and Lera left Tuesday for Oklahoma City to visit Mr end Mrs Gardner Agnew Mrs Nora Board and children Jack and Helen of Irvington Mrs A M Tate and son Frank of LouisvIlle have been visiting Mrs J C Noltt Have you a crazy quilt a neat apron a dainty handkerchief a rag carpet If you think they are pretty enough to take a prize send them to the County Fair next week and try your luck Mr and Mrs Owen Duncan of Cleo Oklahoma are receiving con gratulations over the arrival of a lII rn 1I111i1IIi1 tUI3 t I Reduced Fares To L Hardinsburg and Return VIA IL H St L Ry I AUGUST 30 31 AND SEPT 1st II ON ACCOUNT OF rrBrectinridei I dayduringl turning leaves Hardinsburg 430 p m FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ASK TilE AGENT f B- tJ tkM uli wr 3v a try r o aa 9t k Aar 47yp 4Y tt t lovely lilt girl at their home August the fourteenth She has been named Willie Mack Ladles attention We want all the ladles in Cloverport and surrounding county to be at our lot sale Saturday August 2th 2 p m We will giveaway nice lot also other nice presents Tell your neighbors about it and help us to get out a big crowd We assure you an enjoyable time LO9T Small Gold Locket with mon ogram S L on one side and Masonic emblem on the other Laales picture inside Return to Simms Thomas Hawesville Ky and receive reward Notice All notices of ice cream suppers etc advertised in the News are charged for at the rate of five cents a line Churches are requested not to ask the editor to insert such notices free fSOO in gold to ladies This is to the ladies only 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 of business men to decide Mr and Mrs Will Richardson of Louisville who have been the guests of Judge and Mrs Wills have re turned home They spent a few days at West Point with Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehouse Mrs Jordan Davis and daughters Orell and Virginia of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs L L Waggoner They were handsomely entertained at the Winchell home in Tobinsport from Thursday until Monday Mr and Mrs Oscar Holder of St Louis are visiting Mr and Mrs Thos I I Bohler Mr Holder has a splendid city position in one of the leading banks in St Louis and in one of the most prosperous former boys of Cloverport 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 also some other nice presents Auction Lot Sale at Clo verport Saturday Aug 27th Beautiful building lots on the Hill will be sold at auction at your own terms and at your own price Dont fail to be on hand and remember the day Saturday the date the 27th the hour 2 p mi t S SG 52z55 52 5= Rf+ jjj ft Il i Warts 1 WantedA + r + Cook W A wagesJonasFor SaleA Good Farm pOH SvLE Good hum near n Rood live1 town Fur Information till early If lillolatlOlovolpryFor SaleThree Hampshire Pits FUR SALJThrlu llampsldre pigs tour WlllbelfardawllYOustollly For SaleScholarship 1 BowlingGreenUolverSIty vsCloverport For SaleMill FUR SALEHuber Traction Engine III InnrstVarbelFor SaleFarm FOR SALEA farm and growing crop ono IIHaydenFor SaleBank Stock FOR SALE Rb shares First State flank fllsnfurdWantedA Cook t ApplyFor Salelaunch FOR HALEQood motor boat 14 horsepower with two cylinder four cycle engine 30 toot long 4 foot beam tents six KyEOllineuJono lostBuckets LOST Pwo five gallon Tank Wagon Buck on road between McQuady and Clo Standardreward Wanted A Name I XANTED A name for the new subdlvls fiOOtni OST1 Thursday lostGold on the WatchII Ladles double case N engraved on case Love knot pin tached Deliver to News office and gut 8J In cash utII Felt SALESeed carsat For SaleSeed Holt Ufo Ky at 00 Ryejj For Sale Good Farm j FOR ALEOood farm 112 acres 14 miles outbousesagood farm cheap My reason for selllnRam j going Went Will sell farm and crop all too tobaccoiibartuin Building Lots in Clover port Are Scarce No vacant houses for rent This speaks well for a town Vacant lots and land bought now in Cloverport will double in value in a very short time What can you invest a few dollars in that will be so safe and so sure as a few town lots Come out Saturday to the big lot sale at 2 pm Will give away nice lot 5 in gold and other nice presents Dont fail to be on hand You will be the looser if you are not there See big add on last page OHIOVALLEY IMPROVE MENT COHPANY WEBSTER Miss Ureol Jordan of Guston spent several days last week the guest of her motherMr Mrs Addle Kendall visited friends and relatives in Louisville last weekIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use- Lawrence Wright of Louisville visited friends here last week + NhAMAA tOAM 1 Eyes Tested Frames Fitted Glasses Guaranteed Watches Ill Clocks and JewelryRepaired Severs Drug Co P l0I t01 Q OOI 101 IIOI cii We are still having a IJ1 JFinei Sale o- nOXFORDS gJ I 0 L Defter get a pair before the sizes are broken U 0 C Also a beautiful line of Dress Goodsa arr That cannot be duplicated in price o and quality anywhere in the city o hJ BROhJ jj- EE I QOO I v0 JII 1i0150EJ Henderson Route Notes I Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on sale June let to Sept 30 in clusive returning not later than Oct 31st Home eekers rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Commencing June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train No9 will not go to Falls of Rough There will be no connections with this train for halls of Rough 8 10 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept 1M 1010 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight of Sept M IfllO Also 720 for the round trip on Aug HI Sept 7 14 and 21 190 good to return reaching Clo verport within 7 days from date of sale Low oneway rates to California Aug 2s to Sept n inclusive and Oct 1st to 15 till inclusive FOR SALE IJhlce new FourKoom HOUSESlo- cated on High street in Irvington Ky on easy pay ments For information call on Dr L B Moremen Also some good building lots near the College If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use m I I I I i Administrator s E I I I I i I I I SALEwill I I I 6 III Monday Aug 29th I Iat1 oclock p m at the residence of Byrarne III IarticlesI Itaining 360 acresthe old home I IKystt Terms of Sale Made known on Day of Sale R S BANDY Adinr D W HENRY Auctioneer of Byram Bandy i r 4 l i pa tl r rrrr LOUISVILLE I Ff CONFERENCELi Of The Held At Russelivillc Septem TwentyElghthIBishop Kilgo To ft Preside t fREV HAYES WILL BE CHANGE- Russellville j Ky Aug 20 Tlv Louisville conference of the Methodls t Episcopal church south will be held ili this city September Bishop John C Kilgo D D of Durham N C wil 1 C preside The Rev Mr Prather Pastor of the church there is now arranging for tho entertainment of the many ministers and delegates who will b here There will be more than hundred in attendance at the sessionI Bishop Kilgo is one of the new blsh ops of the Methodist church having been elected and ordained last May ai Asheville N C For years he was pre sldent of the college in his native city+i and comes to the workof a bishop direct from college work The Louisville conference will be the second one3 over which he has presided havingr when come here presided over the Kentucky conference which meets att Harrodsburg the week before the Louis ville conference The conference will be In session for a week and during that time muchl business will be transacted The bi shop and the presiding elders will haveI to reappoint every man in the conference as the appointments in the churchI are made for ono year at a time Many will have to move owing to the tam I limit of four years There are moreI pastors in the Louisville district who have served tIe time limit than in another Y district and consequently will be DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Olllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky f A Picture of f Father and r 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 M11AkikilitittitAk ISRwilitAAA w tAit- C O FOR SALE I iii A number ofFarms dif K ferent Sizes and Prices s If I- fI The Bank of Hardinsburg 1 i I Trust CoIi a tONtKKK rKKKKKKrtst K K K Kk = dC t + jNE- WLivery 1 StableSt- ephensport Ky New Rigs New Horses 1 New Stable Open for the Public Near the Depot i If you have any riding or driving to do or iflyou want Feed of any kind we can furnish you We will handle Ice also Your patronage will IIbe appreciated SMITH HANKS Stephensport Proprietors Ky I rr ap moved to some other pastorate either 1in the city pr out of it The conference is composed of snve districts which are presided over by seven presiding elders The Rev B M Messick is presiding elder of thee Louisville district and will be changed this fall on account of the time limit he having served for four years in that capacity The Rev S J Thompson has served for four years on the lien derson district and will be appointed to another charge The Rev J W Lewis has served four years on the itDF Hayes has years on Owensboro district while the Rev R W Browder has served seven years on the Kussellville district Dud is now- n serving his fourth year on the Bowling Green district Dr Browder was presiding on the old Russellville district for two years and when Bishop Hendrix reduced the num her of districts four years ago he was- e appointed to the bowling Green district- e in which Russellville was included The Rev A P Lyon has served for three years on the Ellzabethtown dis trict and the Rev T L Hulse has ser tved two years on the Columbia district It is beleived by those who are in position to know that many changes will be made this fall in the appoint ments which will entail a great hard ship on many of the ministers and their families as the moves are long and expensive I suffered habitually from constipat ton Doans Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever slnceA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Texas Guests At The Barbecue John Babbage Jr of Nashville Miss CaptoJohn H Cowles Sovereign Grand In spector General of Kentucky Mr Won lack and Mullane Keisker of Louis vine Mrs Ernest Robertson of Glen deane were guests of Mr and tins John D Babbage for the barbecue festivities Peel languid weak rundown Head ache StomAch offJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Hit ters tot es liver and stomach promotes digestion purifies the blood Left Sunday- Mr and Mrs N M Newman of Stanley came to the Masons barbecue and spent several days with their sister Mrs A F Newman Struck n Rich Mine- S W Bends of Coal City Ala says lie struck a perfect mine of health to 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 25c at Severs Drug Co Fourth Quarterly Meeting The fourth quarterly meeting for the Cloverport Station will be held at the Methodist church August 27 to 29 The quarterly conference at the par sonage Saturday evening at 73C oclock All official members are urged to be present and take part in the elec tion of officers for next year The stewards and Sunday school Superintendent are to be elected This ib the last quarterly meeting for this conference year and it also closes the quadranumn of Bro Hayes Let us give him a good hearing on Sunday Administrators Notice Patrick Teaffs Admr Plaintiffs vs Notice for Claims Patrick Teaffs heirs Sc J Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of Patrick Teaff 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 law Lee Walls M C B C Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures piles ec lema salt rheum any itching Doans ointment Your druggist sells it NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card 1oC thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage The School Of Music Persons desiring a full course in Vo cal and Instrumental or Pbllc School music will enjoy unexcelled opportuni ties in the Western Normal Write for special information Address H II Cherry Bowling Green Ky Mrs Sawyer Surprised Mrs Francis Sawyer left Sunday morning for Columbus Ohio with Mr and Mrs S D Loyd and their son Fay to visit them at their home at Beverly Mrs Sawyers trip came as a perfect surprise to her as she never thought of going until Sunday morning when her slaughter Mrs Loyd told her that all arrangements had been made for the trip Mrs Sawyer was seventynine years of age in June and she has never gotten too old to enjoy the good times her children are continu ously planning for her f Jli ib r l ti1f LODIBURG Mn Sam Robertson of Albany Mo came here last Sunday to spend a few weeks with her brother and sister A 11 Hatdin and Mrs Ada Brown Hovt Decker of Vincemies Ind win has been the guest of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs A M Hardiu returned home last Thursday Mrs M BHsham of Henderson is the guest of Mr sad Mrs J Brown this weekClyde Gibson and Rosco Keys have quit railroading and are at home There Was 107 tickets soil here lust Thursday on account of the Masonic Birbecue at Cloverpott D H Deacon attended the Andyvilli picnic last Saturday Miss Nina Hardin will visit friends and relatives in Brandenburg till Irving ton this week Mrs Chas Payne was visiting her grandmother Mrs Wadlington of Union Star last week Mr and tins C M Beardsley of Louisvillewere visiting Mrs Beardsleys parents Mr and Mrs Will Head last Saturday and Sunday Miss Fannie Swink of Webster is the guest of her sister Mrs Mary Arga brightWalter AdkUson one ot our black smiths is on the sick list Mr and Mrs A M Hnrdin gave a birthday party last Tuesday inhonor of their son Jueal Lack of space pre vents the News from given names If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the Hour you ought to us- eChlldrra Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA W P Beard Loses By Hair Storm Last Friday this part of the state was visited by u heavy rain which was of great benefit to the flax corn and potatoes Unfortunately for some how ever there was considerable hail with it and in some places a great deal of damage was done Around Bessie post office northwest of Bowman the farm ers were hit the hardest Anton Stet ner J L Burke and W P Beard were the heaviest losers Mr Burkes loss being estimated at eighty per cent E E Hogobooms crop was also damaged Near Amor Mr Malwitz and some of his neighbors suffered loss by hail Around Stillwater there was also quite a hail stormIIt is something unusual to have a hail storm at this time of yearBow man N D Journal Wants To Hear From Joe Mul Dear Mr Babbage I send two dollars for my subscription and that ot my father Stuard Weatherholt Mowe aqua Ill R F D No 1 I have been a subscriber to this paper ever since I left my old home state anti it always seems like a letter from home What has become of the people around Persimmon Flat and Hites Run I would like to hear from these places through the News What has become of Joe Mul Did he go away with stormWheat and oats were good around this part of the country and there is a good prospect for corn I remain yours truly Wm Weatherholt P O Box 39 Mowcaqua Ill UNION STAR Quiet a number from town attended the Masonic Barbecue at Cloverport last Thursday Mrs G E Schreiber and little daughter Catherine Richardson of East Orange N J are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Mrs Chins Payne ot Lodilmrg is visiting Mrs Judith Wellington I 4500 Is the Lucky Number of the POST CARDS Any one holding Masons Barbecue Card of this number send to Mr Sam Con rad Cloverport Ky and receive the prize 500 The number was selected by Dr M E Jones of Co lumbia who was asked by Rev Currie to make tbo choice r I I i I j EVERY FARMERA- swellas every business plan should have a bank account j WHY 1 Because I Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else I Paying your bills by cluck is the simplest and most convenient method paysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit- A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business I J JllJI Mrs Annie R Hanks of Louisville returned home after a visit to her sister I Miss Piuk Ricketts Mrs Wm Chenault is quiet ill of typl old fever Mrs A B Cashman and little dau ghters Nellie Franklin and Lucy returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs N G Ilarbee at Stephens portIvan Jolly after a few days illness is able to be out again Miss Sarah Haynes is visiting berauut Mrs P G Herman of Tell City lad The Fourth Quarterly meeting for Stephensport Circuit will be heldat Union Star the fourth Saturday and Sunday in August One of the most enjoyable events of the season was the birthday party given in honor of Miss Virginia Helm Milner Aug 19 by her parents Miss Nellie Cashman who is teaching school near Lodiburg was at home last Saturday and Sunday Mr D S Richardson and daughter Sarah went to Louisville Monday- If the best is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use C H S Will be Ready For School Butter in a Few Days New Rooms Are Beauties Contractor Henry Yeager who has been building two new rooms to the building of the Cloverport High School says that they will be completed by September the tenth The rooms are 36x18 built on the South side of the buildingThis addition was much needed for the comfort of the teachers and pupils The building now has six large rooms and the attendance this year will no doubt be very large and the children will be well looked after Sends Five Dollars Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find ifo which you will please give me credit for subscription to the Breckenridge News When this gives out I will send another Respectfully Mrs Wm Red man Glascow Ky Good Enough Gang Plow Is the one taking the way Hoosier Disc Drills i is the only Drill A few Buggies and Surries left EAVEAVBER I THAT NO MATTER WHAT WAY OF HARDWARE I- MCGLO PIGGOTTJIrvington III C 1 The States Industrial Show 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS VEARA 30000 In Premiums I HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT II EIGHTH ANNUAL 7 lS HAVE Window r i r States Resources Exhibited DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATIELLO AND HIS BAND i Free Attractions Updo date Midway + HELP US GROW EXHIBITATTENDBOOSTII 1 WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT IJForIJ I I j J 0ii0OQi0 JIIF 0JUri o I 1 A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can find no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the- o BANK OF CLOVERPORTwith the interest compounded semiannually and no better way of payingyour bills than by check whereby you always have a record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US l o- We have a seven year record of fair dealin with customers and always cater to their wants IDJU 0whenJ QlrI =JII 01 ilErii 0 2JJI 0 JUr JIIQI HARDINSBURG PHARMACY- It Takes pays theBESTto make buy the the BESTAt Our BrecRinridge Countys Best Drug Store 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 compounded by a thoroughly qualified and reliable Pharmacist Drugs that are known by ex perience to be highly beneficial in the treatment of cer tain ailments may prove worthless or harmful if com pounded by one inexperienced one ignorant of their properties and uses You make no mistake in using the Rex preparations which are compounded in strict accordance with the P re Food Laws by experienced Graduates in Pharmacy in our own Labratory Rex Peroxide Soap makes the skin white cleans up the dull muddy complexion antiseptic in action YOU NEED IN THE WE IT I and Rex Tooth Paste whitens the teeth heals and hardens the gums prevents decay Rex Bed Bug Poison will destroy the eggs as well as the bugs Rex Liniment Rex Wall Paper Cleaner Rex Straw Hat Cleaner Rex Antiseptic Scoot Fly will bring comfort to your stock and prevent the spread of diseases Completeline placeto c cines you depend upon results You get results from our drugs and medicines compounded by experienced pharmacistst HARD IN BURG PHARMACY J r cyyK- rl o Y WA Yi f 4 irI lI IISTOCK EXHIBIT triordinary Display for Ken tucky State Fair THER SHOWS OUTCLASSED ntrles in Trotting and Pricing Races Assure Events of UnusualIAttractiveness 4 opular Night Horse Show Will Again tt- iii Prove One of the Leading Features V From the live stock exhibit stand point the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 rhlch is to be hold on September 12 i7 inclusive at Louisville 111 surpass ny similar exhibition in America ho Kentucky State Fair has already won the distinction of surpassing all ther state exhibitions combined in the t platter of light horses Its collective Ivo stock display In previous years laB ranked with the best of other state r iapproachirecords are to be far excelled paculiarlyJ f tage of the largest and finest display1 room in America for their thorough breds The beautiful pavilion wherett in by day are given the exhibitions ofII blooded stock and at night the bril I liant horse show and hippodrome performances I Is declared to be the best and most spacious building ever erected for such purposes All rings of horses and cattle mules and jacks andtt dogs will be shown in the live stock pavilion Arenas designed especially for the exhibit of swine and sheep have been erected near the barns used Itor these aQlmalstI Directly associated with the liveI stock display are the races This year the card will be better than ever The halt mile track has already been put In splendid condition Three trotting and pacing stakes are featured forf = each day Tjie entries closed on Juno 1andi exceptionally fine class is astsurod The prizes for these races ag gregate some 600 There will be six purse races with the premiums I amounting to 400 In addition four gentlemans road races are scheduled two of then for amateur drivers and one running race for each day En tries In the purse races will close theI last of the week before the fairII While the night horse show will ap 1 t ftaeal particularly to those interested in Auive stock yet no feature of the last I IjI j fair proved so generally popular as t t la splendid display of equine aristoc I J rcy The horse show will be given rln the arona of the live stock pavilions t A which has a seating capacity for thou- sandsjj of spectators The pavilion will i be brilliantly illuminated and the I classes arranged are on a par with thett I i winteri t r r ENERGETIC FORCE AT WORKI fvState Fair Managers Practically Samett Last Year 1 1asYlth comparatively few changestt ftJfe personnel of the active manage Sneht of tho Kentucky State Fair for II11J0 will be the same as last year J- cW Newman of Versailles who has so successfully guided the fair during the past few years is in charge again asII secretary While the state failed to Ii appropriate this year money greatly Ineeded for additional buildings yet it Is believed there will be no genuine embarrassment on that account to theII success of the approaching fair and t everything points to the largest and t best state fair over held south of theI i ofiassigned to tho deuartmeiUa I Ibeen for this year M C Ran I I chairman Frankfort voultrrI I plants and flowers livestock Judging contest M A Scovell Lexington dairy cattle dogs G N McGrew Ba you womans work farm implements I I tand machinery J L Dent Leitchflold I f 1If cattle Guthrie M Wilson Bards Wnborses muiea Jack stock speed I contests L L Dorsey Anchorage Bheep and goats vegetables and mel I ons H M Froman Ghent swlno William Addams Cynthiana field seed and grain tobacco Fred R BlacklrfXn Stanton horticulture forestry and minerals P M Shy clerk of board The following superintendents nod I assistants will bo In charge of th t t respective departments HorsesI I R H Lillard Lawrenceburg super I intendent George C Hoffman LawII k ronceburg assistant superintendent mules William Simmons Shepherds f yule superintendent Jacks and Jon nets John T Veacli Harrodsburg su jrtatendent Shorthorns HerefordsI i iTheBest Hour of Life is when you do some great deed or dls cover sprite wonderful tact This hou i ametoJR Uitt of Rocky Mt N C yheiibe was suffering intensely as he ti sayBfrprn the worst cold I ever had i then proved to iny great satisfaction what fc wonderful Cold and Cough curei prtl Kings New Discovery is For afte taking one bottle I was entirely cured t Yeti cant say anything too good of It1 u fdicimeI like that Its the surest and t roatedy for diseased lungs HemQi II 1 r f 1 u- l = f t i IILnd AbordeenAncus W R Moorman Ir Glcndcane superintendent Polled Dunhams J Wai Crawford Millwood superintendent Red Polls and dairy cattle Edgar Vaughn Shelbyvllle su perlntendent swine H L Igleheart Ellzabcthtown superintendent sheep and goats T M Drlskell Ingle Sta flan superintendent poultry and pig eons W 11 Buford Nicholnsvllle su perintendent E S Rorrlck Louisville assistant superintendent In charge of pigeons collie dogs W B Middleton Sholbyvllle superintendent vegetables and melons Charles Scholtz Jr Louisville superintendent field seed and grain H C Lovelace Boston su perlntendent Frank Padon Joy as sistant superintendent tobacco F P Sebree Carrollton superintendent B S Rees Louisville associate superin tendent horticulture W W Hlllen meyer Lexington superintendent J H Hammons Jackson assistant mi perlntendont plants and flowers CL Brunson Paducah superintendent womans work and table luxuries Miss Evelyn Porter Louisville superinten dent Misses Eva N McGrew Bayou and Annie Rutherford Louisville as sistant superintendents farm Implements and machinery G P Rogers Smlthland superintendent forestry and minerals Robert Blackburn Stan ton superintendent livestock judging contest Prof J J Hooper Lexington superintendent speed rings C R Van Meter Lebanon superintendent GREAT TOBACCO DISPLAY State Fair Exhibit Promises to Surpass All Previous Efforts A tobacco exhibit surpassing anything of the kind ever seen in America is promised for the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 which will be held in Louisville the week of September 12 Wm Addams of Cynthlana will be the member in charge of the exhibit F P Sebree of Carrollton is superin tendent with an associate in E S Rees of Louisville The latter has been actively engaged for several wooits In the collection of the exhibit an especially Interesting display is promised from the dark tobacco district Present Indications point to an average Kentucky crop and ad vices received from those In charge of the work indicate that the individual samples put on exhibition will be of unusual worth and tho volume of ex hibits will be the greatest in fair his toryIn the Burley types exhibits will bo made of the crops of both 1909 and 1910 Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigarette Wrapper and Bright Trash types will be shown In each years class with premiums aggregating 35 hung In each Instance Similar premi are offered for tho dark type exhibits entries being confined to the crop of 1910 The following types are listed for prizes Austrian Leaf Black Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Leaf Green River Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to the prizes mentioned valuable sweepS- take premiums are offered in all three classesThe official sanction of Kentucky to the tobacco exhibit Is illustrated In the donation of 100 by Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin This money is distributed through premi ems Every grower in Kentucky is in vited to compete for one or more of the premiums and each will be sup plied with whatever information Is desired upon communication with either tho superintendent in charge or the secretary of the State Fair THE GREAT LIVE STOCK PARADE No single event of the Kentucky State Fair Sept 1217 will attract more attention than the great livestock parade This will take place at 2 p m Friday Sept 115 and will be made up of flrst prize winners in the various classes during tho week of the fair The Judging Is then over and the champion first and second ribbons tied and the admiring public has an opportunity of witnessing the parade of thin champions in every class This show takes place in the Immense livestock pavilion which affords ample op portunlty for 10000 people to view the magnificent sight Chance For High School Girl The high school girl of Kentucky Is to have her inning at the State Fair held In Louisville September 1217 The fair management has decided to learn just what progress has been made In the domestic arts and sciences by the school girls and It is probable there will not be a more Interesting exhibit at this years big show than the examples of handiwork of Ken tucky girls Liberal prizes have been offered for everything from a pink I klmona and fancy apron to best one canemake tho best mufilns and doughnuts and make the best lemon plo will also be rewarded for her skill and industry For catalogue entry blanks or any other Information regarding the Ken ucky State Fair address J W New man secretory 320 Paul Jones Build jig Louisville Ky morrhages LhGrippe Asthma Hay Fever any throat or lung trouble 50c byrSevers Drug Co NOTICEIWe hereby notify a concerned that no traffic will be allowed through my Anyrperson found taking water from this benprosecuted to the full extent ot the law if Neilsen l tJ v yo 1 CLOVERPORT Will be Honored by a Visit From One Hundred Louisvillians September The Twenty Eighth Mayor Barry has received informa tion from A B Lipscomb secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club that one hundred Louisville business men will visit Clovorport September the eighth They will arrive here on a special train accompanied by the First Regiment Band and a number of good speakers The citizens of Cloverport shall be glad to welcome the city boys and may have a tubof lemonade for them Mayor Barry will make arrangements for the reception of the visitors and to show them lithe town of beautiful sun sets and pretty girls II STEP ENSPORT Rev J R Roberts closed a meeting at Holt Sunday night Mrs Perkins of Louisville was the guests of Mrs M L Roberts a few days last week Mrs It C berry and son have return ed home after spending a few weeks with her patents Mr and Mrs E H MillerMiss Catherine Perry has returned home in Oweusboro after visiting rela tives here Miss Annie Heldof Louisville was the guest of Miss Pauline Moorman several days last week Lewis Fencing of Louisville visited friends and relatives here last week Mr and Mrs W W Camp and child reu of Owensboro are guests of Mrs Georgia Sargent Mrs Dr Nevitt and children returned Sunday from a visit to Irviugtou and LouisvilleC spent Sunday in Louisville- G McCubbins is expected home soou from the Jewish hospital in Lovisville where he has been for some time Mrs H S English Jr and sou James Crawford English will leave today for a visit to relatives in Canada If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to uso Attended The Barbecue Miss Mattie Milner of Union Star Miss Etta English of Stepnensport C E Proctor Louis perkins and Miss Steal of Louisville were here Thurs day Mrs Garrett Dead Information has been received here of the death of Mrs Garrett wife of William Garrott of Balltown Her death was caused from heart trouble Mrs Garrett was fortyfive years of age She was a splendid woman and highly thought of by the people of that community Mrs Brickey Surprised Last Monday the children and grand children of Mrs Latitia Brickey gave her a surprise donation party in honor of her birthday There were thirty paesent Mr and Mrs C D Hamble ton assisted in entertaining The do nations amounted to twenty dollars The guests had an enjoyable time and after a bountiful dinner all engaged in singing and prayerContributed TuoasafiuS Havs Kfey Trouble and Never Suspect it now To Find Out Fill n bottle or common glass with your water and let it staud twentyfour hours cause If you a dust sedi ment or or JUilky- appearance often an un condi tion of the kid too desire to pass it or in youtheand attentionWhat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability to hold water and pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often manytimesimmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the be of its remarkable health restoring properties bydruJJists medicine you need aJJ brick settling stringy indicates healthy neys frequent pain need scalding highest and onedollar sizes ThranapiuMYoulCilmerCohInghamton SwampRootJ3luglmmtonN r l W H4 BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LiairrrooT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRJDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent oiCTimeDcposIls u DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H BowmrrbJno C Jarboc O T Skillman A R Fisher bly In 1877 due in large part to tho efforts of the late United States Sen ator John M Palmer whoso body lies In the Carlluville cemetery The original Interest on the bonds and orders was 10 per cent but In the processes of refunding the debt this was eventually cut down to 4M per centAccusations have often been made that there was n lot of graft In con nection with the building of the court house It was never really shown that those directly Interested In the erection of the building nail withheld nay of the countys money However there was a woeful waste of money In the construction of such a large building according to the general belief of the taxpayersThe courthouse Is a mas she structure of brick and Iron faced with limestone It was built with tho expectation that it would endure a century So far there have been but few repairs made most of these being changes in the system of hea- tingCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of Notice For Claims A J Keys adtnr 1 vs U257 Bess e Furrow Et at J All persons havingclaims against the estate of A J Keysdeceasedwlll present them before me at my office in Hat dinsburg Ky on before the 1st day of October 1010 properly proven as re quired by law This the first day of August 1910ICourse In Agriculture The Western Kentncky State N rental Schooloffers a practical course of stu y in Elementary Agriculture Demonstra tiou and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportun ity to prepaire for teaching the subject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming life work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for information Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawbackmalaria trouble that tins brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever arid 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 at tact of ma laria writes Wm A Fretwell of Luc tttua N Culud Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles nod prevent typhiod 50c Guaranteed by Severs Ding Co Breckenridge Circuit Court John Barrs AdmsPlaintiffvs Notice for claims No 3201 His Heirs Se 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 Harkinsburg Kyonor before the first day of Oc tober 1910 properly proven as required by law Lee Walls M C B C C Secure An Education The State Normal School at Bowling Green Ky otTers an excellent opportunity to young people desiring an edu cation The Fall Session opens Sept 0 1910 Write for information GtalCdr n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTO R IIA RURAL TELEPHONES h Mr Farmer are you interested i If so call on tho TelegraphkI rateI1 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY t J k Incorporated f THE Fifth Avenue y HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr The most and only hotel In the from the pal shopping two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door parts of the city and r rJt c t LAND LAND LAND iHE best Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to In T Is the Great Iunlmmllt of Texas The soil Is rich and productive and you prow tine crops of Wliiiit Oats Hye Corn 1iflin corn Millet Hroomcorn Sorghum Maize Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texas you can get three or tour crops of Alfalfa each year which will average a ton to the acre at each The best of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclonus no hot winds Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year To anyone who buys u section of this land tilO acres I wIll guarantee thorn the above named profit the first y ar and when thy have made tho first payment In full I will deposit One Thcusiiiul Dailars In any bank In Kentucky or as forfeit money If at the end of 12 months theycannot sell this Mectlon for tho a hove trained profit then the forfeit murey guarantee on one halt toitlon and jSO on a quarter section If Interested write the at unie I J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky ts ws po wearp PURCHASINGSave IFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS 25 The regular is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be to have one reserved at the low rate of zg Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready- now buy one for future use i il i PRLlOIPAL 1 i say BUSINESS COLLEGEI COoSecond and Walnut Streots LOUISVILLE KY Visitors at Rose Hill Mrs Fronnle Allen and daughter of Hawesvllle and Miss Estelle May of Maryville Tenn have boon visiting Mr and Mrs Kobert Pierce Miss May left yesterday for Fort Worth Texas where she will teach Latin in ope of the leading schools of that city The friends of Miss May are pleased to learn of her continued success For the Best results try News Want Ads centrally located flrstclassh city making af2OOrate- Only one block princi dIstrIct toall Everything neat clean Invest can Alfalfa cutting Indiana price able Spending Vacation Wm B Schmltt of the Business Printing Company of Louisville Is spending a week of his vacation withll his sister Mrs frank Carter Mr Schmitt has been in the printing bus iness since he was thirteen years of agejust how long ago it has been since he was aIIdcvil the represent tative was unable to figure How ever he has been at the case llong l enough to make quite a success of his shop v v r + rc 4 t n at- f i- IJ l C nATI fl L One A Away Abso= lulely Free LOT SALE AT Cloverport Saturday August 27th At20Clockpm LotGiven The Ohio Valley Improvement 1 500 in L Gold to r Lad- ySfflog in Most ApropriaIe Name for This New- Subdivision dk d rCloverport Kentucky Looping Eust Tb + n ww +r on AwNIYLwANT0H NMDIII 6 This property is on Elm street high and dry overlooking the beautiful City of Cloverport the Ohio Valley and all the surrounding country Opening up the beautiful subdivision offers more opportunities for the future growth of Cloverport No town or city can grow that does not have such subdivisions as this opened Now listen when r we sell this property next Saturday people who buy will not only be backing up their judgment on real estate but il f L also the future of their town Attend this sale Put your money in a few of these lots No investment as good d irealestatel Be on hand get a ticket for the free lot You will find them at all stores and banks Terms One cash balance 6 and 12 months 6 per cent interestVWV i IIthlld i i 7 VVV rJti j