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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h f4 THEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS N ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I i VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1910 8 Pales NO 8 I I r CARL 0 DUTSCHKE SLAIN ON TRAIN BY TRAMPS It Breckenridge 0 a CoutttS Rrilroad Man the Victim of a SFJV Black Crime The Murderers Escaped Deed V ii Was Committed Near Vaughns FUNERAL HELD IN LOUISVILLE MONDAY I Details of the murder near Hender son of Carl Dutschke the 14B tc St L brakeman whoso body now lies t at his home at Twentyeighth and Madison streets show it to have been 1 a foul crime Dutschke was murdered by tramps who were stealing a ride on the train and his corpse was thrown from the train being found beside the track The Henderson Journal in its story of the murder says When freight train No 64 of the Henderson Route railroad left Howell I last night five strangers were seen by d the fireman to pass the engine evi t dently on their way to board one of the cars to come South Nothing def inite was heard of the men until they J reached a point about a mile from Howell when they are said to have made an attack upon a young white boy who claims that his name is Rolla Carter and that he lives in Nashville Tenn Garter who is being held at the stationhouse under suspicion claims that the men climbed into a gondola or coal car in which he was riding and began abusing him finally attacking him and badly cutting his head He claims that he climbed from the lirst car into another coal car and as he was doing so the men made a des perate effort to force him oil under the wheels but he finally succeeded in i getting away from them went through the second car climbed on a box car where he was discovered by a bralte man who asked him what he was do- Ing there and what was the matter rtCarter told him what had happened land also said to him One of your i brakemen is back there with the bunch now1 This latter is supposed i to have been the unfortunate Carl Dutschke Carter claims that the man whom ho spoke to told him to ride on into Henderson and report to the po lice what had happened to him I Prom all appearances Dutschke i came upon the men while they were in fc the coal car and then the difficulty in which the trainman lost his life ensued the body was found lying be tween the double tracks of the L N about 100 yards south of Vaughns EVIDENCES OF CRIME Upon the arrival of the train in the local yards of the Henderson Route Officers Bonenberger Hoy Hatcher and Jones who had been dispatched to t the scene began a thorough search of the train for the murderer or murderers of Dutschke without discoverin- gChnstianBather Announcement has been received of the marriage of Miss Mary Frances Christian to Mr Ernest Batner which i took place Wednesday August the twentyfourth nineteen hundred and ten at Geneo Nebraska The bride f and groom will be at home after Sep tember the first at 1310 Ninth Street at Clinton Iowa Mrs Bather is the jWughter of Rev and Mrs S O Chris+ t vfiiani and has lived and visited in this city She spent last summer here the 7 I i guest of Mr and Mrs Henry Pate t 1 Little Mary Pate lit Miss Mary Pate is ill of malaria fever at the home of her parents Mr and AI MrsVWHl Pate She is a lovely little +iJ girl and her friends are distressed over I i 1 i it her illness jl v J New Butcher fltr i B H Stinnett has arrived here from Ij i Owensboro to open a butcher shop He will be ready for business by Monday II II j s September 4 in the room adjoining the News building on Elm street I r1 Entertains Ministers ti if rrand Mrs V G Babbage enter i ltaintdi for dinner Monday evening In honor of Rev Hayes the Presiding i r Elder of the Methodist church Rev Ef jMMl Mrs Dillon were guests with him TodayUKIj Miss Jennie D Patterson arrives to c bday from Ijyonla to spend a few days t with relatives before her return to San Ii aTexae nI I I anything to establIsh the name of the guilty person or persons However inII a coal car about the middle of the the search revealed the switch keys carried by Dutschke Also the end of the car where the keys were found was very bloody the oillcers finding a pool of blood larger than a mans hat There was a bloody trail leading up on the Inside of the car wall then down on I the outer side of the wall A piece of wire attached to the car outside also had hanging on Its end a piece of over all cloth which came from Dutsehkes clothing showing beyond a shadow of doubt that the man was murdered in tbe car then picked up bodily and thrown out From the appearance of the victims skull he was killed with a blunt Instrumeut as almost the entire top of his head was crushed in and his brains were oozing out Bert Beavin white who says his home was in Cloverport Dan Thomp son who said his home was in Calhoun Henry Coffman white and a negro were found on the train and are being held though there is no evidence to connect them with the murder ASSAILANTS DESCRIBED Carter described his assailants who are supposed to have been the murderers of Dutschke as follows One was dressed in a blue serge suit stiff black hat andgun metal shoes The second man had on a gray suit with light brown stripes and was five feet ten inches In height The other and third man had on a light brown suit and hat white shirt and patent leather shoes Carter stated that they told him they werefrom Hopkinsville and says that they were all young men Dutschke leaves a wife and one child He was an excellent man and was highly esteemed by theLH St Land by all who knew him Mr Dutschke was the son of A Dutschke of Lodiburg He married Miss DeJarnette the daughter of a wellknown family of Hardmsburg He was a splendid young man popular and wellliked by all his business und social friends Bert Beavin Not Guilty Word has been received here that Bert Beavin boarded the train after the slaying of Dutschke and hs was not implicated in the affair Beavin was arrested but after an examining trial was released and Is now at his home here Sales of Jersey Heifers H J Gorsuch the Jersey breeder sold last week to Mr Payne of Clifton Mills a fine Jersey heifer sixteen months old for 75 one Golden Lad heifer fifteen months old to A L Mc Clure Trenton Mo for 150 Mr Gorsuch will have his herd at the fair this week Had a Fine Time Mr and Mrs J M Gregory and son Donald have returned home from Mound City Kansas where they had a most pleasant visit Mr Gregory said that everybody in Kansas rides in automobiles and the Bishop family formerly of Cloverport live like kings and queens Dies in Texas Chas Compton formerly of this county and a brother of Minor Comp ton of Garfield died at his home in Texas August 12 He was sixty years old Rev Currie Expected The Rev P M Currie was expected last night from Columbia Rev Cur rie was called here on account of the illness ot his little daughter Miss Mary Currie who has been suffering from a broken arm Mr and Mrs Currie and Mary are with Mr and Mrs H L Stader Last Services Rev Hayes preached his last sermon for the conference year at the Methodist church Sunday night A large congregation was there to hear the much loved presiding Elder G I WILL BUILD A Park For CloverportMarion Weatherholt Has Faith in The New Addition Marion Weatherholt cashier of the Bank of Cloverport and one of the most progressive business men of this city is planning to build a park in Elm Heights of which he owns several joint lotsThere are several business men who are interested in the plans with Mr Weatherholt and they expect to have a beautiful park there next spring Charmed With Cloverport Mr and Mrs Leonard Walton and son Ernest of Glasgow who spent last week in this city were charmed with the Port They are delightful people and will always be welcomed back here Buys Property Dr F L Lightfoot bought of Mrs Etta Evans all of the remaining Wil kerson estate except the homestead on Railroad street consisting of four houses and lots in Eastland adjoining brick plant two houses and lots in the West End adjoining old Behen pro perty and one lot in West End 102x200 feet Spot cash transaction Methodist Church There will be no preaching at the Methodist church next Suuday The pastor will be out of the city Sunday School at 930 Epworth League 7 p m Rev B M Currie former pastor will likely be present at Wednesday evenings prayer meeting and will be invited to preach Come out to hear him If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use Barbecue Notes Continued There were large delegations from Lewisport Hawesvllle CuuneKou and Tell City There was an unusually large crowd from H rdiusburg Stepheuspott Lodi burg Webster and Irvington Ten thousand gallous of water and four tons of ice served free on the grounds That is the reason the crowd kept so cool and pleasant The Masons paid off their last note on their handsome hall and store house last Saturday The Lodge is out of debt with money bhead There were a lot of old timers above seventy on the grounds If the best is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Mr Hanks Funeral The funeral of Jacob Hanks was held here last Wednesday morning by the members of the Knights of Pythias lodge Beautiful services were con ducted at the grave at the Cloverport cemetery by Mr George Cox of Owensboro Floral tributes covered the grave and the family received many kind expressions of sympathy Assignees Sale The undersigned as assignee of S J Brown will on Saturday the 10th day of Sept 1010 offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder xthe stock of goods and fixtures contained in store house recently occupied by him on Maine street in the city of Cloverport KyTerms of Sale All sums under 10 will be for cash in hand Amounts above that on a credit of 0 months bond with approved security- V G Babbage Assignee Cloverport Ky Aug 30 1910 Bruners Plan Adopted At a meeting of the directors of The Farmers Bank of Hardinsburg August 15th Dr Ben L Bruners plan of bank examination was unanimously adopted the following members being present Dr Wm L Milner A C Glasscock J W Guthrie Allen R Kincheloe Housten Alexander and J W Teaff If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour Is the flour you ought to use oJr TOBACCO PEOPLE Hear Mr Clarence Lebus Speak In Elizabethtown1909 Pool Will Soon Be Sold At the 1air Grounds yesterday afternoon and at the Court House last night Mr Clarence Lebus thepresicleut of tbe Burley Tobacco Society spoke in the interest of the 1000 pool The other speakers were Senator Byron Mr San ders Hon D H Smith and Mr Mann Mr Lebus stated that he had no doubt that the 1910 pool would be shortly sold and that a part of it had already been disposed of at nearly nineteen cents a poundAnd that every countywould have H part of this saleI He thinks tbe successfullyihave to uy the 1909 pool in the next three months The officers from Larue Breckenridge Meade and Hardin were at the meeting and every one connected with the tobacco business seemed to be pleased over the prospects Etown News Mrs Weatherholt Better The friends of Mrs Jesse Weather holt were glad to see her out in town last week This was her first outing for a year having been confined with rheumatism to her home in Sunset Park Goes To Louisville Miss Loreua Kaelin of Big Sprig will leave for L uisville next week to visit her relatives and to attend the Kentucky State Fair WANT BANKEXAMINER The directors of The Bank of Hard insburg 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 1910 the following resolution was pass ed by a unanimous vote 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 pices and that we hereby direct the officers of this bank to sign the con tract submitted by him Signed B F Beard A M Kincheloe G W Beard- C V Robertson- D S Richardson Directo- rsBEWLEYViLLE Arvin Moredock and wife of Owens horo are visiting John Compton Miss Mary Alice Hays of Louisville is a pleasant summer boarder of Mrs Dick Carmans bMiss Bessie Foote is Spending a week with the Misses Kincheloe and Bishop atHardinsburgMrs and Emma Foote spent a few davs with home folks at McDaniels last week Dick Carman sold his 1909 pooled crop of tobacco to D C Heron Price 1234 cents The already announced protracted meeting began at the Methodist church Sunday by the pastor Rev May He will be joined later in the week by the Rev Maitland and wife from Pennsyll vaniaMiss Ada Stith is spending a week with friends in Irvington C H Drury will have his annual colt and mule show at Bewleyville on Saturday Sept 3rd Mule colts will be judged first after which the get of Bourke Cochran The show will take place on the lands of Jno Compton near the Base Ball grounds at 230 Shelbyvi11eIBourke Cochrans former owner has wired that he will be here to judge on that day If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use WantedlUuIes Wanted 40 or 50 Head weanling mules Jonas Lyons Irvington Ky 0 NEW ADDITION TO CLOVER PORT NAMED ELM HEIGHTS The Lot Sale of Mullens Property Attracts Big Crowd and was a Success0 T Odewalt Draws the Free Lot CLOVERPORT IS PROUD OF THE HEIGHTS Cow heel nor Pigeon Roost can not hold a candle aside the new addition Elm Heights that was ad ded to Cloverport Saturday for it is indeed an ideal place for homes The new addition contains fortyfour lots which were sold at public auction by the Ohio Valley Improvement Com pany in loss than four hours time and brought good prices The sale took place at 2 p m and a big crowd attended and enjoyed it The persons who bought lots wore as followsJ Seaton- J H Weatherholt A A Miller M Mullen M Weatherholt M Fqua John D Babbage S E Wilson Mrs L W Geer L C Taut Forrest Weatherholt- G F Stone James H Sahlie E M Paul L H Satterfield Over one hundred names were sug gested for the new addition and the committee selected by the company to make the decisionchose Elm Heights Visiting His Daughter Gen Diuid R Murray and Mrs Murray and their daughter Miss Mild red Murray of Indianapolis arrived here Sunday for a short visit to Mrs Ired Ferry wr Second Crop Strawberriesappearedon the Louisville market last week fioui out in Jefferson county where vines are bearing fur the second time The berries wore small but possessed a rich flavor Farmers Home Journals Goes To Chattanooga Miss Letitia Chapin leaves this week for Chattanooga Tenn to accept a nice position with D B Lovetnan Co Dur ing her stay in Louisville where she studied millinery she stayed at the Young Wotnaus Home of which Mrs Long formerly of Holt is matron JJ Gives House Party Mrs A G Wright of Reynolds stat iou Ky gave a house party in honor of her outer Miss Jennie D Patterson of San Antonia Texas three days of last week NOTICE The Heads of Houses special train through Western Kentucky willarrive in Cloverpprt September 8th at 520 p m and will leave at 550 p m It will be remembered by our citizens that our little city was almost wiped pff the map by the conflagration of March 13 1901 and that Louisville contributed so liberally we should now show them we have not forgotten their kindness and give them the warmest welcome they will receive on their trip Let every one who can possibly go to the depot on the date named do so Be there ou time and yu will be well paid for the little time they are with us Dont forget the date Respectfully John A Barry Miss Ditto Will Receive At The Fair Miss Addle G Ditto who has been I visiting her sirter Mrs John D Bab hage has returned to her home at 1223 South Brook in Louisville Miss Ditto will receive for the Fourth avenue lisp flat church at the Kentucky State Fair at the church booth where dinner and supper will be served to all visitors Must Have The News Dear Mr Babbage Enclose find 50 cents for the News When the time Is out I hope to be able to finish up the year for I cannot do without the News Allis West Stepliensport Ky t i which was offered by Mrs Marion Weatherholt The name Is very appropriate as the new addition lies on Elm street between Fourth and Sev enth streets on the hill Mrs Weath erholt received 5 for the suggestion One of the attractions of the sale was the drawing contest Tickets were given away and those who neld the three lucky numbers were given a chair each Those who drew the chairs were Mrs Graham Jolly Miss Lorena Satterfield and Miss Maggie McGavock 0 T Odewalt of the Severs Drug a Company held the lucky number for r the free c Valton Messrs lotfIImprovement thessandwhich they gave all credit to adver tising in The Breckonridge News The company believes in advertising and they do it fearlessly and judiciously They have dates for sales booked until December Their business transactions were en tirely satisfactory and their coming to Cloverport was a benefit to the little city on the river TESchoolThe Public School In the Cloverport Graded Common School District No1 will open on Monday September 12 1010 The new addition to the school building is nearing completion and with it there will be ample room for the accommodation Of all white chil dren of school ago in the district The Board of Trustees earnestly urges all parents and guardians in the district who have children between the ages of six and twenty years the im portance of their cooperation with us in having one of the best schools we have ever had by having as full at tendance as is possible to have Encourage your children to go to school give us the attendance and your support and we will see that you have a school that any district would be proud of- Heretofore the practice of a number of scholars being excused at 1130 in the morning for the purpose of car rying dinners etc has been a source of great annoyance to the whole school and besides it makes it almost impos sible for those so excused to keep up with their grades and to overcome this the Board has decided on the fol lowing hours for opening and dismis singOpening 830 a m noon recess 1130 a m to 100 p m dismiss 4 p m These hours will give all ample time who have to carry dinners and the different teachers have been instructed to accept no excuses during the regular school hours for this purpose or any other in their judgment not justifiable Especial attention is called to Sec 4521a Ky Statutes which requires all children between the ages of seven and fourteen years not being physi callyjlisabled to attend some school in ffe district during each term Haretofore this district has not had sufficient room to enforce this law but this year having ample room the Board will be liable to fine if they do not enforce and each parent or guar dian is also liable for each offense in case they fall to send their children in accordance with the law under the above section The Board hopes to not have to en force In a single case but with this warning any parent or guardian hav ing a child between the ages named found negligent will have to abide by the law which It is the Boards inten tion to enforce to the letter John A Barry Chairman q Marlon Weatherholt Secretay Board of Trdstees Clover port Graded Common School Dis trict No 1- Taking Her Vacation Miss Lula Severs who has been very busy all summer with her music class left Tuesday for Union Star to spend a week with her aunt Mrs Ed Shellman l 1 KiLL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS i WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FORC8HgsHSsSffi AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Oillcc Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky vA Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky tveryjjIstUand 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday kkkSlAAatStSCatltkSSt1tIt471S1 IiI1A SIri j FOR SALEi iii- x c Jl A number ofFurms different Sizes and Prices Jl JI Jl k i The Bank of Hardinsburg iii Trust Co s 9 0r- ueKr strrrrtrrrrrr rlr rr rrKq r Io t NE- WLivery m I 1 Stable 8 Stephensport Ky K- li VI I 1 New Rigs I New Horses I jIm ji I J the Depot mmyiJ drivingI to IIn or Iif you want 1 wFeed of any kindwe can X ill cyouc Ice also X jj tj Your patronage will A g Uo appreciated jhl fi A SMITH HANKS Proprietors i tt Stephensport Ky IK + + 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 030 Broadway NEW YORK N Y Anrono gondlnu n ketch and description may rpifcklr Mccrlnln our opinion free whether an Invention UI probably ritCOIahlo JJommunlcn done atrtetiy OK OU Patens aunt free Oldcit agency fur mcurlnff patcnu atone tnkun through Mann A Co receive I ptcial notice without chanty In tho Scientific Jtoimcan A himdiiomelr Illustrated weoklr Tjfiruoit cir i culation of UIIT clentino lorn Terms II a year I tour month ft Sold byall nowndralom MUNN Co3B1BMd New York janch Office cI2 V Bt Wn hlnirton D C- Subscribe I MII i A Remedy for Some 41 Forms of Selfish Legislation JReprinted from an article by Theodore Roosevelt In The Outlook by specialI arrangement with The Outlook of which Theodore Roosevelt la Contributing I Editor Copyright 1810 by The Outlook Company All Rights Reserved August number of tho Worlds Work contains an fiHiI L article which Is of Interest f all who are concerned In the vital subject to which we give the somewhat foggy title of Political Reform The article for obvlbus reasons anony mous In written by a member of con gress who the editors of the Worlds Work say has served for more than ten years In the house of representa tives has acted on many important committees and has been successful In getting things for Ills constitu ency The article is described as showing the reason why the pork barrel special tariff favors and pri vate pension bills become law tho reason being to quote the words of the author that the dictum of the constituency to the congressman Is Get all you can for US There are no restrictions placed upon his meth od of getting It Until the American people themselves become more national and less local until constltuencea cease to regard their congressmen as solicitors at the national treasury congress will con tlnue to enact Iniquitous groups of local favors into national legislation This serious charge against the American peoplefor which there is unquestionably altogether too much justificationthe author proceeds to substantiate by relating some of his own experiences with constituents which however surprising they may seem to the general reader will seem almost commonplace to all who know how the average constituency does in actual practise treat Its congressman The writer sets forth the fact that in the first place ninety per cent of the letters which a congressman re ceives are requests for special favors to be obtained In some way or other directly or Indirectly from the United States treasury For instance while the Payne Aldrlch tariff law was un der discussion this particular con gressman received in May 1909 the following letter from the secretary of a powerful commercial association In his districtI Instructed by the board of directors of this association to ad visa you that at special meeting May 20 a resolution copy of which Is in closed was unanimously adopted urg Ing our representatives In congress to use every endeavor to havo the present tariff In mentioning three of tilt products of the industries referred toi Increased one cent per pound and the present tariff on mentioning the oth er two products increased half a cent per pound I wish to further advise you that we have heard from Senator and he Informs us that he will take care of this matter in the senate When the bill was finally passed the congressman succeeded In adding half a cent a pound to the duty on two or these products and in preventing any reduction on the others A year later when the popular clamor against the bill had become acute the same association that had asked him to vote for increases wrote to the con gressman denouncing the bill as the most Iniquitous measure ever enacted by congress and requesting him to ex plain by letter why he had voted with the Reactionaries to pass the bill When It was pointed out to the asso ciation that It hud urged the congress man to obtain an increase of duty on the products in which It was Inter ested It dropped Its demand for an explanation An Influential newspa per published In his district editorially commended him while the bill was under debato for his Intelligent ef forts to Increase tho duty on manu factured articles In which the district was Interested and a year later the same newspaper in the same editorial column denounced him as one of the legislative banditti responsible for the PayneAldrlch measure River and harbor legislation is an other field In which local selfishness busies Itself to the exclusion of na tional needs In this case requests are not made by letter but by delega dons which come to Washington besieging their senators and represent atives There Is says the frank writer of this article figuratively speaking between 50000000 and 60000000 on the table to be divided The committee divides It so that eVe ery ono Is satisfied at least to a rea sonable extent Every one that Is but tho people at large the people who have no special Interest to servo and who feel keenly indignant that tho rivers and harbors of the United States are developed In a fashion so Inferior to that of Europe Nor are all the requests for legist latlon merely One constituent desired to have this particular congressman put his name on the free mailing list for all public documents That this would bo Impossible because It would mean delivering to the applicant soy eral tons of documents every month does not In the slightest detract from tho interest of tho fact elicited by an investigation that the applicant wet tho manufacturer of an article made from waste paper and the public doc I uments would afford a very useful source of raw material Is there a remedy for such a state of things The answer is yes and moreover it is a remedy which con gress can Itself Immediately provide There is no complete remedy of course No scheme can be devised which can prevent such a request as that of the constituent last named who wished public documents to use In his private paper business Re quests like this merely mean that In every district Individuals will always be found who will request improper favors As regards these people all that can be done is to create a vigor ous public opinionan opinion which shall not only make it uncomfortable for any man to demand such favors but which shall cordially support the congressman in refusing them and hold him accountable for granting them a Congress has now and has long had the power to rid Its members of almost all the Improper pressure brought to bear upon the individual by special Interestsgreat and small local and metropolitanor such sub jects as tariff legislation river and harbor legislation and pension legislation Congress has not exercised this power chiefly because of whit I am bound to regard as a very short sighted and unwise belief that it is beneath Its dignity to delegate any of its functions By passing a rule which would forbid the reception or passage of any pension bill save the pension legislation recommended by the Commissioner of pensions this of course to be rejected or amended as congress saw fit but not so amended as to include any special or private legis lation Congress would at once do away with tho possibility of its mem bers being subject to local pressure for improper private pension bills and at the same time guarantee proper treatment for the veteran who really does deserve to have everything done for him that the country can afford In the case of the tariff and the river and harbor legislation what Is needed in each case is ample provis ion for a commission of the highest possible grade composed of men who thoroughly know the subject and who possess every attribute required for the performance of the great and dif ficult task of framing in outline the legislation that the country as dis tinguished from special Interests really needs These men from the very nature of the case will be wholly free from the local pressure of special Interests so keenly felt by every man who Is dependent upon the vote ot- a particular district every two years for his continuance In public life Such a river and harbor commission could report and probably would report a great and comprehensive national scheme for river and harbor Im provements fit to be considered by thin people as a whole upon Its merits and not dependent for enactment Into law upon a system of logrolling designed to placate special interests which are powerful In each of many score congressional districts Such a tariff commission could get at the facts of labor cost here and abroad by expert Inquiry and not by the acceptance of Interested testimony such a commission could consider dispas sionately the probable effect upon the entire social and economic body of all changes In any given branch of the tariff and Its recommendations would represent the exercise of careful judgment from a disinterested stand point Such a commission could work In harmony with the commissioner of ers for whom the tariff Is passed get labor so as to insure that the labor the ful benefit of It for the major part of the benefit of a protective tariff should unquestionably go to the wageworkersEven such conditions of tariff making errors might be committed but they would be merely those errors of disinterested judgment incidental to every kind of public or for the matter of that private effort and the work would not be hampered from the be ginning by the need of gratifying pri vate selfishness It Is only In this way that tariff legislation river and harbor legisla tion and pension legislation can be treated from the standpoint of prin ciple and not from the very low stand point of privilege and preference The obstacle hitherto to the adoption of such a method of treatment has come from the queer dislike felt by so many Congressional leaders to a course of action which they quite unjustifiably feel would In some way bo a limitation of their powers I think this feeling Is passing It Is simply another in stance of the kind of feeling which makes some executive suspicious about delegating their work to any subordinate and which makes many voters who have not pondered the matter deeply desire to olect great numbers of people on a ticket of such length that it Is out of the question for any except professional politicians to know much about them THEODORE ROOSEVELT 4 0ut A t lfi i Cant Work When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work and are tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardul Is prepared for the purpose Of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of pure vegetable he- rbsikeCARDUI The Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I myhousework IIII cant say too much for Cardui it has done so much for me Your druggist sells Car dui Get a bottle today II FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE II Heroine of the Crimea Dead In London at Age of Ninety P Q v DEVOTED HER LIFE TO HUMANE DUTIES Florence Nightingale Dead In London Aged Ninety London Aug 15 Florence Night ingale the heroine of the Crimean war and the foundress of the modern system of army field hospitals died Sunday In her ninetyfirst year She was never married having devoted her life to the cause of saving life and diminishing suffering in times of war and pestilence and to the general im provement of hospital service at all times and everywhere When the war was over the British people raised a fund of 250000 which was given her This she ac cepted not for herself but to apply It to a school for nurses which she established in London She superintended the training school for many years but she retired in tho 80s to take the rest that she had earned Her life at her place In Dernrshio was quiet but not uneventful She had visitors of the most distinguished sort and all kinds of persons made visits there to talk to her Americans particularly liked to visit her because tho sugges tions and advice she gave to the nurses during the civil war were high 1ly appreciated The Best Hour of Life is when youdo fome 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 front the worst cold I ever had I then proved to uiv great satisfaction what u wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For after takiug 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 morrhages LuGrippe Asthma Hay Fever any throat or lung trouble 50c fl100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Wireless Protects Indian Shipping Public wireless telegraph stations are proposed for Aden Karachi and Ceylon for the protection of Indian hipping ti o j r ri 41 yJ FaIC Louisville Henderson St Louis RyITIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 liLI H5 143 I 141STATIONS 146 142 1 Dally Dally Daily Dally Dally Dally I IIHy 0 31pmU 40uaiB JOuin Uv LOUI5VILLE Ar 7 bjam 12 5 pm7 40utu f4 63 STHAWUKKltV htl2JjIf1SilUFFi12LJ tSOO f909 MKUOUA fO 42 f 12 13 f70J 1511 f9 14 STITEd wso i2o7 fftttt517 KATHRYN M20J 1001 521 9 21 WEST POINT 0 29 12 01 0 50 523 to 23 HOWAUD MINim to 04 f5 31 fflSO BABTLKS Ml 50 fJ40 f53T 10 31 ROOK HAVKN Ml 4i fll 41 f543 tOJ 40 LUNG BRANCH fll 37 10 3J 5 52 949 HBANDBNHUUO 11 29 03559 t960 EKItONtit21 1116 0 Oi MO 04 0 USTON 5 4s fll 13 8 os 1043 Ol5fi35 1013 inviNaroNWhlWlEK h 41 U 05 U 01 f031 f1010 MO 57 f5 42 f033 MO 27 LODIHUKO MO 48 fi 34 M 46 MYSTICL MO 41 f05J fiOSASIILE MO 31 f522r053 410T 514 toI70 u m 11 SO f 715 11 00 OLOVEIUOU i61f18 7 4 rrirSIIOIS I t8OIs52t9 45fll3Tf640t13U715f103DUTCHtTi3 i235lm 8 35 1J2ijp OWENS BOKO- CONWAY 350 t845 345w 6558 40 841UORIKKITH8TANLY 631r721f753I 7 8 I 613I8 25 130 9 42 I 05 HENDERSON I 03I r 230710am74Opm IIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOTSTOP StLouisman 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 west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and FordsvIHe Hast Bound SonLi Class 1st Class 1st Class Second Clam 9 7 113 112 8 10 MixedDullyI STATIONSPlssen I KSunday 50f7m 30f720s7 23 012 sll4U Junction s922s22537 3 l 6 10 1l54 utlardlosburg sO 17s210 10f75017 57 045 02 15uu AlcQuady IS EU ff 20 954 s8 JO 0 59 s2 27 t Qlendeano s8 45s1005810 7 09 sl236u Dempster uu s8 36s12 45 943 f240 36iS931csat1842 730 fI2 50 Oaksuuf818 1213 023 915Ii3 30uEARLINOTONu 112 9 9 OJ BOUND WHST Between Dempster and FallsjofRough earn First SecondClassClass 7 Z This Time Table went 131 27 2S Into 24 26oiroct Sunday June 32 Mixed Passenger Passenger 19 1910 at 1159 p m Passenger Passenger Mixed Monday IIl0nlay WednsdgyutplI Onlyonly12 12 36 8 40 mUE I inII I I II 1II Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or bUSlOcss111 yon want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together odablingbuyers Ijj Jno D Babbage 950 G7 acres SK miles north of Hard Insburg near the Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for improvements Double Log house small stable Good rich land tine for Burley to bacco Terms easy For further Informa tlon write Jno D liabbago Oloverport Ky i 17 3Hn 140 acres Smiles from Ouston JOVU 3 miles from IrvlnKton well watered lays well good young orchard good yardstrol1dwelling with kitchen on back porch two good barns bun and tonent house and cistern back In thin Hold meat and hen house wood shod will sell on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dabbago Oloverport Ky 67 AGUE FARM 5 room cottage hall a id porch In good repair good stall stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat house and hen house and a variety of apples ttachcs and grapes a good well and nover ailing spring for stock water 200 yards east ot Ilardlnsburg In easy distance to the High Ichool building when erected 2 OHO For 1 0 acres tour miles west of t UUU oiendoane 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 ucros In cultlva tlonroo acres In grass will produco the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwellingGOOD RECOVERY Mayor Gaynors Condition Reported Continually Improving Now York Aug 15Word from Mayor Gaynors bedside In St Marys hospital Hoboken has it that if the patient passed today without any un favorable change in his condition there Is every reason to believe that his recovery from wound inflicted by a discharged dock hand last Tuesday wits nearly assured 1 f r a f t jjI 11 housesPlentypurposesIoodFOR SALEStore house and dwelllnJ con- Cloverportcorner IC Citern basement whole exchange buildinginCloverportl Two room cottage on Murray AvenueWelt located Monts for 5 per month andallliveL5a store room over It two good stock barns ncesanduprlcotsDmostallIncluding a nici niaaredbulancograsssovardtgrovesofblack tcwireEkroooncclongFOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggls t surroundedbythe place tor sonic young physician to step businessAnretlrsIs J dularsport KV 11si t tBreckenriageJohn Barrs Adms Plaintiff e vs Notice for claims No 3261 i aHisN All persons having claims against the estate of John Barr deceased will prap ent them before the undersigned corn a missioner at my office In Harklnsburj Kyon or before the first day of Oc tober IglO properly proyeo as required by law Lee yVallprM C B CC i qt1 o z I I 10 c t STUBBS FIGHTER LIKED IN KANSAS i A Powerful Force Now Heading For United States Senate VIGOR NOT GRAMMAR WINS o Sunflower States Chief Executive Victor In Republican Primaries For Second Term Succeeds by Fighting Corporations and Appealing to the h People Directly 1 t Governor Walter Roscoe ubbs v 7 7who has been renomlnatcd b then Republican voters of Kansas has had jive a short career in politics compared with most leaders It is only seven A years slnco he began to Interest him s self at all actively in public affairs arid now he seems assured of a second W term In office which may lead to his r going to the United States senate r e govitiOhnrles Curtis whose term expires successorfwill be chosen two years hence Stubbs Is red headed like that other nepubwttmeans energy and Stubbs is brimful i w of energy Oddly enough he comes of Quaker stock Ills paents who lived f- 1in Richmond Ind when he was born xl were very poor also they veers mem bers of the Society of Friends Proved Himself Fighter 1 proverbiallyra bad man to run against And Stubbs l jja80 proved to his opponents that ho z can fight out of pure love of fighting if for nothing else In politics His de m sire to do things Is so great that one can only wonder whether the chamber of the dignified senate could contain him in one of his crusading moods Now fiftytwo years old the gov ernor Is wealthy as a result of many years of hard work as a contractor mostly In railroad building Thus be has an intimate acquaintance with one feature of railroad affairs the cost of new lines During his political cam paigns Stubbs has been charged with Ingratitude to the band that fed him j for he has risen in politics chiefly as an antirailroad man But be has al ways answered that he had nothing to = do with the railroads except to build r a good many miles of them at a fair 0profit1 Stubbs Is an open fighter and always trjis straight from the shoulder or dls 11 rains to hit at nil He has no hesita J 1 Hon about taking the whole people Into his confidence when he has a com plaint against the Standard Oil com dy pany or some other corporation Not an Orator But IIi As a speechmaker he is not gifted His voice is harsh his language is fre quently ungrammatical and his gestures are awkward But he can askL more questions and express more fer rid thoughts about things In general rouwhen on the stump than probably any stother man in political life And he 3rs gets down to factsor allegations neeand proceeds to hammer at his ene rules with sledgehammer strokes letThe weakness of Stubbs as politi 00 clans look upon him Is that he has no machine He is essentially a one man power lIe Insists that everybody In tive theemploy of the state shall do a fair days work for his pay and he has cutoff graft In numerous places The sup 011 port he goto is from the people not the mee politicians primarily It Is true many strong politicians aided him in the nothngj ales foyers They took to Stubbs because of his strength and Stubbs may or gemay not reward them T Stubbs opponent In the fight Just sexended was Thomas Wagstaff a bright ososj energetic and shrewd young 1lawyer of Independence Wagstaff made a good omfight pleading for liarmonious support etaof resident Taft the policies ot the R tin ornistratlon and traditional Repub rporjM 1l tnism sueBut Stubbs made a better fight Ho stripped off his coat and vest on u hot and day wbUelnmpaljnlng and talked to t- wtbovoters in a heart to heart way that Jarns brought confidence enthusiasm and p otvotes Ho has hardly any book learn nice ing and ono secret of his strength ribThmay be that be does not pretend to ltstc v have any He has been however a oeYerY good friend to the states educational Institutions and appreciates edu 18 ggislcationIIi Hogan In Legislature o step ijf Stubbs began his political career in slues retire JJOO3 by going to the legislature He iartlojrdli1n t know anything about lawmaklng iit the start of course and the par r vty lUianagers saw to it that he was not placedon any Important committees Ir I beganIfight Bo took the retormslde ot Ifh + verythlng and made a name on the I Btlpass question and other issues that idanfr ore considered burning by the farm ast the n He fought the ring that con proslied state pollUadd soon found I camif a power isburg Tarsus HMr Eleetrlp LifhU ofc 1T 1II18 the ancient city In Asia Ml 1 WUbornUssow lhumii1t y e 9 C H M take Jf from the Oydnmi river i aare ojtB Taunts 410 electric tO Ho j 0 r MALCOLM R PATTERSON Governor of Tennessee Hard Hit In Judiciary Elections Nashville Term Aug tLThe Indo pendents elected their Judicial tickets In one of the most exciting and hard fought political contests ever knowr In the state The Independents repre seht In a large measure the statewide prohibition element of the Democratic party which has been vlgoorusly opposing Governor Patterson who entered the lists for the regular tlckei and stumped the state for It Enemies of Governor Patterson claim the ire suit will have a disastrous effect 01 his political future He Is a candldat for reelection Cheapest accident Insurance Dr Thomas Electic Oil Stops the pa l sad heals the wound All druggist sel it MILLIONAIRE WANTED TO ENDOW DANCING COURSE Interpretative Style Needed In Settle meat Work Girl Says John D Rockefeller Mrs Russet Sage or even n philanthropist of less means has a grand chance Just now iU deliver a blow to tho hugging ides of the average youthful dancer according to Miss Edna Nell the Chlcagr interpretative dancer Miss Neil want some rich person to eliminate the hug ging dance by spreading the gospel of classic rhythm Mr Kockefeller she declares would do the tine arts a service and overturn the unaesthetic ideas of modern American youth If ho would establisl Interpretative classes at the TJnlversltj of Chicago and other social settlements Children and young people every where would be benefited by gettln the interpretative Idea she said Att present they have too much of tin hugging idea Interpretative dancing brings out the spiritual side of life and that is reason enough why rich peo pie ought to help Children have clumsiness born IIn them so why not teach them some thing graceful Good teachers of in terpretative dancing n knowledge 01 the best musk mind good tthought would change the very minds of till children Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA voo 00o eoaooo o A HOT WEATHER CRY Oho ye winds yc whistling winds That howled and blew all winter Upsetting trees and smashing blinds And fences to a splinter Wherecr you are or near or far By torrid summer driven Come back once more and howl and roar And all will be forgivenI Alas ye gales ye frigid sales That shrieked about the river Your cold breath caused us many walls And made us shrink and shiver We made a scream Turn on more steam In frantic hope to chase you But now If you would howl a few Wed gratefully embrace you For 0 you blast you rattling blast Its hotter here than blazes If longer much this heat should last Well all be neath the daisies Now as we pant we rave and rant And but one thing can please us A good old cold old chill old blow The sort that chatters teeth you know And makes the skin all goose flesh grow And plies in drifts the falling snow And sends the mercury ten below So Boreas please come back old Bo Just letting all engagements go And blow and blow and blow and blow Until oh Joy you freeze uslI Paul West in New York World if10 I AUGUST iwo te Hon Tao Wed Tku Prl sat 1 2 34 5 6 7 8 910111213 14151617181920 21 22 23 24 25 26 2- 73823O311 1 0 1 PEACE PROPOSALS i FROM NICARAGUA Madrlzists Ready to End Long Dissension Washington Aug 12 Modesto Barrios and Sebastian Salinas special envoys to the United States from the Madrlz faction In Nicaragua appeared at the state department seeking peace between the United States and the de facto government they represent Their credentials were accepted and they wero given an audience with Acting Secretary of State Wilson today The envoys como with authority iron Madrlz to negotiate for the establish ment of peace and a constitutional and stable government in Nicaragua While both envoys declined to state whether the letters they presented contained any pence proposals It Is known that they have been authorized to make arrangements with Washington for tho adjustment of political troubles in Nic aragua on a basis honorable to all the parties in interest It is understood that Mndrlz is willing to submit tho question of the presidency to a froo I I withIhimself and Kstrada eliminated as car I didates Tiieie Is authority for th statement that Madrlz is prepared to agree to any reasonable plan for rot toration of peace and order l Struck a Rich Mine S W Bends of Coal City Ala snvs he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr I Kings New Life Pila for they cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble hfter 12 years of suffering They are the eft pillson earth for constipation uixlnriii headache dypptpsin debility a5c at I Severs Drug Co- MURDER I SUSPECTED Body of Huntington W Va Mer chants Wife Found In the River Huntington W Va Aug 13 Thu city Is grealitetiI as the result of disclosures the finding of the body of Mrtt Henry Hall wife of u local merchant In tho Ohio river at Catlcttsburg Ky and the arrest at Elbert A Ariss a former attendant at the West Virginia asylum which was near the Hall store The body of Mrs Hall had bean brought here The po lice say Arltas has made damaging admissions I They have recovered 300 from a hiding place in Arlisss home They say he directed them where to find the money Mrs Hall had bo tween 450 and 500 when she left hero ostensibly for Cincinnati to psiy some bills heel languid weak rundown Headache StomAch offjust a plitln cafe of lazy liver Bui dock Blood Bt tell totes liver and stomach piomotes digestion purifies the blood WOMAN VALUABLE IN BANK Oregon Concern Finds New Method U Profitable One of the new departures In bank lug methods is the bid that Is made for womens accounts City banks have hud a department for women for sometime but only lately have country banks and trust companies taken hold of the plan The womans department of the Portland Trust Company of Oregon was established something over three years ago It is really u branch of the advertising or publicity work proceed ing upon the lines of popularizing the bank and making It u subject of conversation among the women of the cityA competent business woman is In charge ns superintendent of this de partment Every accommodation and courtesy is extended to women patrons In the way of explaining matters of business with which they are unfa miliar assisting them In the prepare tion of checks drafts and other papers when they open an account- In addition to her duties in the bank the superintendent makes frequent calls upon women whose business it is desirable to obtain and also extends assistance to those who may need it If for example one of the banks clients or a stranger is ill and desires advice or assistance In the preparation of any paper or In the handling of any I business the superintendent watts upon her at her home and spends as much time OH may be necessary in aiding her In this way some very desirable results have been gai- nedCASTOR IAI For Infants and Children Tin Kind You HayI Always Bought fBoars the- SignatnroI of They Want Independence Manila Aug 15The visit of Secretary of War DIcKinson to Lucena was made the occasion of a demon titration In favor of Immediate Inde pendence for the Philippines Reply 1 the secretary told the Filipinos that they had been misinformed as to tile extent of his powers In matters of that nature He declare e4 that mgr8wait e Only place where tie subject could be properly L 2 I1c1Q1 o0JU rot II 0 JIlcJlo Q Some Coal is Like Paper Q L n It catches fire quickly and burns up more jfl 0- U quickly Resultthe minimum of acUItual heat Some coal is like rock it will hardly catch fire at all o One Coal is The Happy Medium 1 0 THATS OURSI It Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Heat Q EJ= = cc I Jas VI Leis0 n J itrrr1iS agent lorOILIui em 01 THEIHAPPY MEDIUM Q O HBP 0 o Order Winter Supply Now Spoitsulle or Bakett Coal And Youll be Satisfied 0J EIQ2I X00JII iii f fr 01 JIfp W H Bow IEn President A B SKII1 fAN CnsbierfF L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier I I THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics und paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent onlTimelDeposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simon F L Lightfoot 1Y11 Bowmer I JJno C Jarboe O T Skillman A R Fisher Ir r r pr1EVERYFARMERAs have a hank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for the debt it pays It gives you a better standing with business men Money 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 To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky CA Vead1 Ie rl r AAhMAror I I 1NtNEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE I But They DO Much IIIhey help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find rood help in fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Business Try a Breckenridge News Want Ad The fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you Write Call or Telephone If not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 We willJtoll you the cost and you can mail stamps or calljwheu convenient M ft 1114 NOTICE Wo the undersigned Commlsloners will meet at Cloverport Ky on Satur day Sept 3rd 1910 for the purpose of receiving plans and bids for the erect ion of wood or iron bridges across Town creek and Gohagaqcreekon 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 Mike Miller Commissioners H A Oelze Julius Dutchske Fared Better on Second Trial Franklin Ky July30TM jury hi the case of Rufus Drowder colored cluirged with the murder of James CunBjngbiirn a prpmlHent Logan coun ty Kj returned a verdict of life IwjpriioHHQMt Qs his first trial INt4rMM ffitill e r Sandpaper Made of Glass Old fashioned sandpaper was made with selected sand hence the name What IH known as sandpaper now Is all made with crushed glass and is real ly much better than the old time prod uct Old bottles etc are first crushed and then ground mind the various grades of fineness are secured by sift tag To et the powder on the paper hot glue Is applied us It passes through a machine and the powderrd glass Is slated on nt the same rime Then a wooden roller passes over the sheet and presses down and smooths the sand This Day All persons wanting copy of Joys of the Press send your order to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky Price 16c postage 2c Ord r today C 0I rj J i ofTi1e lllx receipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Prices range front 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one R O Perkins O S 7 4 J NOTICE Please do not ask vat 4o Pal iehcat d i of thanks resolutippg or obitsr1sflee ff i J I lk 7 L = F a i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IJ JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES 4 CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1910 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money W in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please 4notifyus- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give old as well as their new addr- essDemocratic fheir TicketT For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON A boost for your home town cannot hurt anybody while a knock may do untold damage to many citizens The Breckenridge County Fair opened yesterday and was one of the best first days in the history of the Fair President Robertson is to be congratulated The Breckenridge News acknowledges receipt of complimentary season tickets to the County Fair which opened yesterday at Hardins burg with a large first day attendance The Henderson Route is doing its best to make the Fair a success Special early trains on the Branch and main line at reduced rates af ford every facility for people to attend How could we get along without the railroads Some wise tarot has thatthere three classes in every communitypeople who do people who do not and people who are going to do It was clearly demonstrated the lot sale last Saturday that we have some people who do things Col Roosevelt is taking a swing over the country in his special car making speeches at all important center along the route Wherever ho stops the people are boosting him as the man to make the race for President on the Republican ticket in 1912 Word has been received here of the critical illness of Squire Ben Miller who has been confined to his homo near Kirk over a year There are many who will regret to hear of the Squires serious con dition He is wellknown and highly thought of throughout the county Hardinsburg is certainly putting on her best bib and tucker this week With her many handsome homes beautiful lawns clean streets and concrete sidewalks no stranger within her gates but what will go home with a pleasant good word for the best county seat town in the State The sale of lots in the new addition on the hill which went oil last Saturday was a surprise to many people There were fortyfour lots sold and they all brought fair prices The News predicts that this section will soon be built up and property values added to the city that will benefit us all The Breskenridgo Association convenes next Wednesday Aug ust 7th with the Clover Creek church This is one of the oldest churches in the bounds of the Association and its membership is made up of the best the most hospitable people in the county and you will be treated royally so make it a point to attend I Lawns I 15c Lawns go at 110c lOc Lawns at 1 25 Ladies Wash Suits worth 5 go at 5250 Shoes M Mens 350 Low Cut Shoes go at ID275 300 Low Cut Shoes Mansat 250 Mans 250 Low Cut Shoes Lt10go at M Fa t j 1 The Heads of Houses the boosters of Louisville will be in this city about the eighth of September and the people of Clover port should call it a holiday and give the Louisville delegation a big reception We have not forgotten how generously they came to our assistance at the time of the big fire ten years ago Hon John K Hendrick hits announced that he will bo in the race for the Democratic nomination for Governor In this section of the State the followers of Mr Hendrick will be few in number Ben Johnson is in the lead by a decided majority and by the time the convention assembles wo think he will go in in a walk Cloverport is to be congratulated on having Marion Weather holt to take hold of the new addition Elm Heights Ho is one of our most progressive citizens and accurate business men At the sale Saturday he bought a number of lots and what he has not sold of them will be converted into a park for the city There arc sever al men who are Interested in Mr Weatherholts plans and Elm Heights Park will be a great credit to Cloverport and Breckenridge county The News wishes Mr Weathorholt perfect success in his enterprise and he is certain to attain itICloverport should turn out a good crowd for the Fair It will do you good It will put you in touch with a lot of good people and youllcome homo happier and prouder for having taken the time tote your own the best people in the land Wo would rather go to the County Fair than to Atlantic City or any other place of note We believe in our home our town our county and our peoplethe best on earthand its a pleasure to know them and mingle with them In all of these thirtyfive years we have never grown tired but stronger in our love for them This is not tatty but the gospel truth 1 STORIES WUITTEM While The Press Thunders 11V LOUISE The Brecneuridge News continues re ceiving orders for Joys of The Press Just this week we mailed copies to several friends who have been away from Cloxerport for years but whose interest inlithe town of golden sunsets and beau tiful girls has never wavered It is Rood to note their kind setinients and to learn of their loving thoughts for us who live and love and work where the four leaf clover grows 000 II Number please Cloverport is becoming strictly citified over the tele phone Calls will not be noticed1 unless the number is given and one might as well talk to a post HS to try to Ret a connection without giving the nuutbertow The other day Mrs F M Smith culled Noltes store phone the number he lug 52 The exchange gave her the connection all right and Nolte Bro answered hello Give me 52IIns wered Mrs Smith back Nolte Bros answered this is Noltes store Mrs Smith insisted that she wanted 5 2 She was so impressed with the number busii nest and obeying the telephone 1IMWS that she forgot Noltes store was just at goodas 52 00 0 Another way old Cloverport is being citified and that is ptople are taking away their fences and gates for there are no cows running around on the streets and in the yards now It will be only a short while until most of the fences in town will be put in the cellar especially the dividing fences And itiai a good signthis taking down the di viding fence for when that goes one can count on the neighbors getting along with each other Really it is a tuiotake to build high fences it looks selfish and clammisb How much good Ladies Shoest 300 Low Cut Shoes Lagoat 225 La 1 Ladies 175 Low Cut Shoes goat 1150 dies 150 Low CutLag at Shoes1i21 La 1 there is on the other side cannot b seen until the fence is torn down 000Friday evening we drove to Kings wood from Hardinsburg to attend the camp meeting The place is surprising ly attractive One cannot imagine just how beautiful that nook in the wood has been made by Rev Hughes and those who dwell there Kingsvvooi college is a credit to our county The school building and dormitories are well built large and airy and ideall situated on the hill there Quite a sprinkling of pretty homes a dozen or more are near the campus and two good size stores are in the city limits In the distance on a moonlight night looking towardsKingswood one is reminded of a snow storm for all th builaings on the hill top and in th valleys are painted white The sights beautiful and quite significant 01 their motto Holiness The poop of Kingswood believe that a man car be perfect can live without sin am they are seemingly trying to live wha they believe Not a piece of tobacco not a cigarette and not a drop 01 whiskey can be bought there Th people are as happy as though the were walking on golden streets The run over the hills singing and laughin as if there were no bills to pay m dishes to wash nor fields to till no un kind remarks to forget and that lift here on earth can be made a place o holiness and loveliness Whether these people are as kind as they are careful as forgiving as they are energetic ai thoughtful as they are different iron the rest of us as considerate of eacl other as they are positive could not b learned in a night Subscribe ED ATii AUCTIONII i The property of Mrs Lucy A Hunter at Glendeane Ky and Out three acres of ground All kinds of qL I To be sold at Auction to theff highest bidder at Glendeane on Wednesday t 14th Right reserved to reject sale of house and lot Mrs Lucy A Hunter ttIiliIIi1 IIH1 SIiIIIi11 I Reduced Fares To I I and Return I I IL H St L Ry I I AUGUST 30 31 AND SEPT 1st IACCOUNT OF I I County Fair1 Train leaves Cloverport at seven a m each day 11- I during the Fair and will make all intermediate stops Rfturning leaves Hardinsburg 430 p m IFOR FURTHER INFORMATION ASK THE AGENTrr rllliBDlJtlII aBiRflJJlBI Resolutions of Condolence i Whereas it has pleaded the Almighty r God to remove from our midst our be- lovedf brother Jacob E Hanks there fore be it Resolved that while we sub snit to the willof the Divine provi dence we sicerely mourn the loss of e one taken from us and realize it 1is still t a greater loss to those near and dear to himResolved we the members of Breck enridge Lodge No 61 Knights of Pyth ias do most sincerely sympathize with those who were bound to the Brotbr n n Chance These PricesGood until September 1st make room for my Big Fall Stock which now arriving daily gol1hG 00go Li00goat 10o Straw HatsH- ats worth 125 acid 100 goat 75c Hats worth 150 go at 1100- H Hats worth 250 52100go at I also have for sale one 25light acteylenp gas plant which I will sell cheap f- orcnsh1 F ALEXANDER J I lJ J I j1 H i r House Stable Buildings on Household Goods Sept Hardinsburg IVIA IONBreckinriflge f I by tie nearest and dearest kindred ties and that we also share with them in the blessed hope of a glorious reunion In that land beyond the grave where peace and joy forever reign Resolved that as an evidence of our griefat his death our Hall be draped for thirty days and that a copy of these resolutions be sent to his family and to the Breckenridge News for publication and a copy be spread upon the minutes I Committee H G Yeager J r Last For to j is OLgoat 110go IRVINGTONKYif LodgeI Mattings To Clean up 25c Mattings goat 19C 20p Mattings go r at i 1 5c 15c atMattin121hc12c Mattingsi go M 9c tz Edison Phonographs and Records i1 lam agent for Phonographs and 1U 1 cords If you are contemplating buyi j onecall1 and see me1 YJ II 0- f t J I t f drT14 Reliable CATARRHy Elys Cream Balm v it quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once j It cleanses 800thes- benlsP ri and protects rthe diseased mere resultiugfromraway a Cold In tlln FEVERstorcsTaste and Smell Full size CO cts atDrug v gists or by mail In liquid form 7C cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York She Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1910 + RATE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct And city Offices 2rG0 For County Officesu g 5 00 For Stnte and District OfficeslOOF- oris Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line I1U MrytilStSt1171di kStStkkwititAistlitk5k 4 jjLocal Laconics i M7tSlitkAStililSlSlilSlki111AkkilitA Ait Q Get a free piano at Sippels C E Keith of Elizabethtown ih 1 1here Dowell spent Monday in Hen Miss Edith Burns was In Louisville MondayGirls 4 come and try the free piano at r Shoe Store Miss Carrie Lee Tucker was in Louis l iville last week e 1t Buy your shoes at Sippels and get T piano certificates I t JjMrs Conrad Sippel is ill at Dr fl Simons infirmary f11 Mrs Steve Wilson and children are visiting at Webster II John OConnell is spending this week at Dawson Springs I Mr and Mrs S R Berry are visit ing in Bowling Green I Misses Eva and Eliza May are visit g 1bg Frank May at Cannelton I i 1WUUs Green of Falls of Rough has fJIgone north to spend several weeks I Miss Rosa Newton is visiting her I uncle Thos McGavock at Webster I Piano certificates to be given away fAwithevery cash purchase at Sippels and George Casperke were here last week IIJpeMoorman of Webster has been Mrs Jess Bohler went to Louisville Sun I to attend the funeral of Carl Duts iidayI chkeMrs Allen Kingsbury who was taker suddenly ill last wek is very much betters 1eMissElla Smith leaves next week fo infellCity to be the guest of Miss Hattie Sheldon ra Mrs Chas Moorman of Versailles iis visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W ur H Bowmer ed r Mr and Mrs James Cordrey an se f visiting Mr and Mrs F N UHuy iii to i t n Evanston Ill n r Miss Fronnie Dean Is ill of malaria es kfeverat her home on Third street iii the West End eeMrand Mrs Barney Squires went t Louisville Sunday to attend the funer4ya al of Carl Dutschke Kobert L Paull and Robert L Paull i Jr left Cloverport Monday for a busi ness stay in Cannelton Miss Virginia McGavock has returnee home from Warsaw where she spell t the summer wfin relatives S J Baker of Patesville was ih town Tuesday He reports a good deal of typhoid fever In his community and Mrs Leon Weatherholt and 1 1MrJFv daughter Augusta of Tar Fork were In town shopping Wednesday 4500dl rl fIsthe Lucky Number i I of the J POST CARDS O u 0 Any one holding Masons Barbecue Card of this num yin ber send to Mr Sam Conrad Cloverport Ky and yp receive the prize 500 Tho number was selected I by Dr M E Jones of Co- St lumbia who was asked by Rev Currie to mkotoos w Choice tJi 4 t i n Waller Wilson came inand did thet surveyors work on Elm H ights ad dition It was a good piece of work Miss Pearl Graham Mr and Mrs Llndsev Graham of Owensboro aret visiting Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison Yewell Holder will go to St Loui- next It week to make his home with lhisI parents Mr and Mrs Oscar Holder Mrs Harvey Stone has returned home from Louisville after a visit to her par cats Mr and Mrs Courtney Babbage Miss fettle Hambleton of Henderson MUs Mildred Steel and Miss Ramble ton of Stanley are guests of Mrs C I E Lightfoot Mirs Ethel Smith has returned to Terre Haute Ind after n visit of five weeks to her grandparents Mr and Mrs D J Smith Nat Raitt of Cincinnati is the guestt of his mother Mrs Mary Raitt Mr Raitts annual visit to Cloverport is al ways one of great pleasure to him and his friends LOST Small Gold Locket with man ogram S ti on one side and Masons emblem on the other Ladies picture inside Return to Simms Thomasi Hawesville Ky and receive reward Mr and Mrs Ben H Miller and children Edith Gregory and Elliot Stith will leave today for Dundee t i spend a week with Mr and Mrs Ron ney Renfrow and Dr and Mrs T A DuffMrsI Katherine Ditzenbaugh and Miss Flora Smith have been the guests of Mr Frank Walker at Kites Run They attended the ice cream supper there which cleared X21 for the Bap tist church LODIBURG Miss Ruby Estelle of Louisville wa i visiting Miss Mammie Ailkisson last weekMiss Florence Diddle of Union Star was visiting Miss Myrel Bashnm lasti week Tbe Misses Mills of Louisville iisi spending this week with friends at Rho delta this week Mrs Florence Estelle of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs Mary AdkIsson last week Brook Hani in of Brandenburg was the guest of Jubal Hardin last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Burton and family of Mystic was visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Cashman last Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Will Gibson of Holt were the guests of Mr and Mrs A M Hardin last Sunday Mrs Mary Adkissou and Mrs Vlore1 ce Estelle were the guests of Mr andI Mrs Jauiei Kuilz of Webster last Sun dayGuy Burcb of Louisville was the guest of E H Shelman last Sunday andI MondayMiss Adkisson and Miss Rub Jamers Kurtz of Webster last Saturday andI Sunday Dr J M Hardin of Brandenburg was the guest of his brother A M Haidiu last Sunday- A M Hardin was in Irvington las t Saturday Mrs Annie Sbef mire and sons Ode and Dollie of Chicago were the guest- of Mr and Ills D It Deacon last week Mrs Arthur Pate and Miss Ua Ater were In Louisville last Friday B F Hardin was the guest of Will1 Gibson of Holt last Thursday Elbert Keys of West Point was visit ing Friends at Lodiburg last week We were sorry to hear that Carlt Dutch ske one of our neighbor boys win ha the L H St L R R 11asd 1 of bis watch and money If the best is not too good for you Ljewisport Best flour is the flour yo ought to use Eddie Bruce of Maceo is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Br cethis week Louisville Market Reportv i Louisville Aug 301010 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 9098c CornNo2 white 6- 5OatsNo2 mixed new 10 EggsMarket steady case count 19 candled 2021- PoultryHens 12 per Hj roosters 7c young chickens 15 ducks lOci turkeys 14c CalvesMarket steady best 800j 8 50 medium 600 800 common 250 600 Lambs Market slow The best brought 575 6255 seconds 4 50 500 culls 3 50 3 75 Fair ii for choice native ewes at 55cHogs Market ruled steady to a dime higher although some other markets were lower selected heavy hogs 200 lbs and up 010 105 and 200 Ibs 0s lights and good pigs 90 to 105 lbs 040 light pigs 850940 roughs 820 down Market closed about steady with all soldILocal dealers are paying the follow Ingprices New potatoes 195 bbl tbbl onions f12sapflesf150250P bgr 4 svw h to HARDINSBURG Miss Louise Babbage and brother J D Babbage Jr of Cloverport were guests of Mr and Mrs M H Beard a weeksDavid Basham and Miss Rosa Sosh of Custer were granted marriage II cense last week George H Willis one of the countys best citizens a farmer of the Glen deane neighborhood was last Satur day granted his fourth marriage license Three times has death bereft him of his wedded companion At iiG Mr Willis fourth marriage took place Sunday The bride Miss Dellie ountyIis eighteen years old The sentiment against stock runt ning at large is rapidly growing In this county The first the third and the fifth Magisterial districts and the voting precinct of Glendeano will all vote on the question at the November election The precincts at which the voting will bo done are The four wards in Hardinsburg Ouster Mock Hudson Mooleyvi le Union Star Stephens port and Glendeane The will of the late Byram Bandy- t was admitted to probate last week R S Bandy was named as executor Supt Driskell last week met the va rious division boards of trustees and organized them as follows First dis trict Jesse Wh tworth Hardinsburg chairman K Harman Hardinsburg secretary Second district W B Taul Mattingly chairman Joe B Smart Cloverport secretary Third district J B Severs Union Star chairman Edwin Egart Mooleyville secretary Fourth district S A D Dodson Custer chairman Sidney Johnson Garfield secretary Fifths district Pal Garner Madrid chair man T E Butler Westview secre tary Sixth district J L Ball Har dins burg chairman F W Bailey Glendeane secretary Larkin Gibson our new marshal is actively enforcing the law and bids fair to be an excellent official He was appointed to take the place vacated by Levi Voyles resigned Mrs Fannie Johnson and sou Joseph of Ballinger Texas have returned home after a visit to Mrs Win liens ley and other relatives Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth has returned from a visit to Centertown Miss Mary Emma Baker returned with her to remain until after the fair Burrell Beard left last week for a visit to Mr and Mrs Lewis Warren near Chenault Miss Bettie Hook of Gulfport Miss is visiting Mrs Gus D Sheilman another d relatives Mr and Mrs Pile were visitors att Mook Thursday and Friday Miss Christina Brickley of Louis ville is the guest of Mrs James W Mille- rr Misses Annie and Isabelle Kendrick and Lillian Miller and Mr Claude Mercer went to Niagara Falls Chi eago and other Lake points last week Mr and Mrs Smith Black of Irvine Estill county are here for two weeks Jesse Whitworth and G D Shell- t man have been appointed election commls loners for Breckenrldge coun stys Henry C Jolly Jr will move tc Mook this week where he will teach the New Salem school which beginss next Monday Jas Durham one of the retired bes farmers of the county has a weedlesis garden of his own working He is experimenting with late cabbage which he finished planting last week Miss Eos Petty left Monday for hei visitdto Mr and Mrs Allan Guthrie another d relatives Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner returned Sunday after a visit to friend at Leltchfield LJMr and Mrs Tom Baker of Floral and the Rev Frank Baker who is con ducting a series of meetings at Kirk were guests of Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven a day or two last week Mr and Mrs Byron Withers oif Fordsville are guests of Mrs Cham bliss Gardner and Phllo Hawkins oi Stephensport were in town Saturday Miss Rosa Lou Ditto will leave Fri day for Sedalia near Mayfield when 1 she has a position in a graded schoo for the ensuing year With a mile of concrete sidewalk under construction much of It already In use Hardinsburg with Its pretty am well kept homes is an inviting littli city with an air of progress whicl keeps her abreast of the times findchanges makes It a most attractive looking business place Franklin Kincheloes drug store 1 it another place of beauty since the papei hanger has comp leted his work Mrs Louis Xex and daughter Mrs C A Dralle returned to Louisville Sunday after avUlt to Dr E A Lex 5Th fair hop will be given at Red Mens hall Wednesday anti Thursday S t1 y tt 1n 5 z + tIf fi + I Wnts i + +J3 3S 7 75 ss 2 3W3 Sj3 3 3 + Wanted Local Representative VAN IEOCosmopolltun Miigii7liii re rrlllSIIJtlltluInrunitrulHiind to extend ulnuiltiton hy special IYlluccesstul WholLtlmoorreferencesU1luguziuo1SBroadway For SaleA Good Van- nFORsr1LEGoodfitnu near n good live or cull early IT IIIWIIllIllClovurpOttI huFor Sale Three Hampshire Pigs FUR SALIThrcu liamushlro pigs tour WIllhewllYUUtollI For SaleScholarship r HowlingGreen NewsCloverport For SaleMill COtt SALE Hub r Traction Engine 11 InnrstYarbtl0 m For SaleFarm FOIL SALE A farm and growing crop one HHaydenFor Sale Bank Stock COH SALE 8U shares First State Haul Dlantllrdi For SaleLaunch FOR SALEGood motor host II horsepower with two cylinder tour cycle engine 30 toot long 4 foot beam Scats six limmickLewisportICy For Sale Seed Rye FOIL SALE seed Uyo nt rirt cents bushel on cam at Holt Ky Julius Dutscliko For SaleGood Farm pOUSALBGood farm 112 acres 14 miles1 of Webster Good dwelling and our houses Now IIs your npportunlty to net n good farm cheap iMy reason for xclllng urn going West Will sell farm and crop all to rK ther Have seven acres good Burley to abarm erAotrlMa t oeka r I IIEyes Tested Fitted Glasses Guaranteed uu tWatchest J Jewelry Repaired I Severs Drug Co 1 nights Mr and Mrs Will James of Center town are guests of Mr Jube Hook Mrs Ann Bruce of McDanlels left Friday after a visit to Mrs John Alex anderRev K B English and Mrs Judith DeJarnette and Mrs Rachel Dejar nette went to Louisville Sunday to at tend the funeral of Carl Dutschke wh was killed near Hendel son by some disorderly hoboes whom he was I urging to be quiet Go to T C Lewis for up todate jewelry watches clocks and musical I instruments Monrl day One more teacher than usual has been employed for the year The teaching force is Principal Maxie who will supervise and teach the sec- ondI and third years high school work J H tile eighth grade and the equivalent of the first years high school I work Miss Willie Chambliss sixth and seventh grade Miss Addiu K Esk ridge fourth and fifth grades Miss Margaret Heard first second and third grades A room is being fitted up iIn the Red Mens property the old college building for Miss Beards work lay Duvall returned Friday from Milton where he had visited for several weeks fr Harneds wideawake School Im provement League will give an ice Heres a list of articles that every schoolchild will need andfthere is no reason why they should not be epuipped when they enter i school o- nMONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 o The pennies and dimes you save in their purchase tiara soon o amount to dollarsand in our annual school sales weve saved many a dollar for the parents of this community Pencils School Slates Pencil Tablets ILead Pencils Pencil Boxes Ink TII biota Holders Rulers School Sponges = Pen Points Pencil Sharpeners School QJ Crayons Tape Measures School ScissorsQ oInk Fountain Pens Composition O- BoohsoEtc Etc Etc J 0J C NOLTE BRO L1 1CLOVERPORT KY QtI 10JillQOOJII C70L I LJo- at 1 lJ tfiS fIJii fIli1lBlI Mule Meno o WI itn il I I IICraUe Brandenburg of HarI fi1I IIIiIIIII CRALLE BRANDENBURG I IHardin County Ky IfB 1J mm fSmillr3 0 cream and box supper Saturday night Miss Tula Daniel has been at Kings wood since the beginning of the camp meetingIf want good goods at fair prices Im your manT C Lewis Steve Haynes of Electra Texas ar andolooking after business interests Mr and Mrs Davis D Dowell were at Garfield Saturday night If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner For Sale Few Choice Jersey Cows H F Gar such Irvington Ky R I F D No2 No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being en tirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thou sands and a reputation of ninny years success All druggists SOc or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Henderson Route Notes Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on sale June let to Sept 10 in clusive returning lot Inter limn Oct 31st Homeseekers rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Commencing June 13 and during the existence or time table No 45 train Roullhlhoretrain for galls of Rough S 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 no 1010 Also 720 for the round trip on Aug 31 Sept 7 14 and 21 1910 good to return reaching Clo verport within 7 days from date of sale Low oneway rates to California Aug 25 to Sept 0 inclusive and Oct Isfto IS 101 Inclusive Announcement The Irvington College opens Monday Sept 5 Opening exercises in Irving ton Baptist church at 10 a m The Board of Regents Stockholders and all friends of education are invited L Wm M Martin Pre C iiQII JII 0JQII 0E 0i11 11JII- a o A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer not bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in the i BANK CLOVERPORTewiththeI interest compounded semiannually and no bettor way of paying your bills rthltn by check whoieby you always have a record of payment E OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USA f O wantsO 00 f 0 C 0 IIr r01= o jO cJ L 9 Ys IY co YY 1N1r f k M i 11 K- u t i i ifo r r3 t iv tk4 I rti4 P i+ + oocoooooooooo 0000000060000 INK ALWAYS m OP WHITES i o t Investigation Started by Senator Helen Hunts Fight For Aborigi o t Gore Opens Up Centurys nes Forgotten When In o iiRecord of Studied Rob creasing Value of Broad bery of Lands Acres Is Seen o- t IIOIf0 ooooooooooo 0000000000000 f y Senator Gore of Oklah WUEX made the charges whlc In the name of V1ca President Sherman he open fed the story of the greatest muddle In all the muddled history of the white mans career of colonization When Helen Hunt who fought for r t the Indian ns no one else ever fought published her Century of Dishonor the public conscience was stirred and an effort was made to do the right thing by the man who after all was c here firstto give him land and let him live on It In short we stopped being bad and began to be stupid For no sooner had the Indian been solemnly glen the land almost with tears of shamed apology than we let I It be taken away again right sad left hit or miss We forgot all about him as soon as be was duly a ward of the nation We had said he was protected and under the magnificent aegis of this declaration he was of course for ever sate High Commissions Cause Row Then began the sort of thing that culminated when the McMurray firm announced that It would sell the Choc taw and Chickasaw lands for them charging only 10 per cent of the pries paid The syndicate that wanted to buy was willing to pay 30000000 for the rich coal and asphalt lands that are said by some to be worth front 10000000 to 30000000 more and tor putting through this dealso desirable they explained from the In dian point of view the McMurray firm wanted only the fee of 3000000 Senator Gore objected and hence the trouble Bu there have been deals like this aplenty and no Senator Gore to protest This same McMurray has had suc cessful financial relations with the In liana in the past lie was with four others indicted for obtaining an enor mous fee from the Five Nations laI connection with the registration law some years ago It is n long story but one worth telling When the Five Nations were moved westwardbo to make room for a civ ilization that had no particular use for them they were paid for their lands and were given over 10000000 acres In what is now Oklahoma Here they were to live as they wanted to live and bunt or farm just as they liked unmolested by the white mau As wo grew and waxed fat we ex tended anxious eyes toward Oklahoma The Indian land was unfortunately for them very good land No sooner did we grasp this fact than we felt we must take up the white mans bur ten Indians Tribunals AbolishedI The red man had a certain govern ment of bin own a sort of communal government not undemocratic Hi thought If pretty good Anyway It salted him fiat It stood in the way of progress and so It had to go let ting in the aforesaid progress with a flourish of lying perjury graft and other concomitants of civilization quite amazing to behold It was done in this fashion Begin ning In 1887 certain severalty acts were passed conferring citizenship on any Indian who would give up tribal life and take up laud Individually In ISm this offer was extended to theme Nations In Oklahoma and in 18J3 the famous Dawes commission headed by Senator Henry L On wes of Massa chusetts wis appointed for tho pur pose of extinguishing the tribal titles to lands and nllottlng the same In severalty to members of the tribes It Is not to be supposed that the li dlans had auythlng to do with this ar rangement The white man took along with his other burdens that of decid fag that the Indian should sell bin landSo it waa sold Some of it was to come into tho market almost Immedl ately and sumo within Ovo years or BO and some ir twenty or moro years but practically nil was to be sold In courser oIor time Over twothirds of It has Pi been disposed of now And tbe money Well the Indiana c are moro likely to becomo charges on Ia automobllcaIaand over 12000000 acres of load have been sold but the Indian didnt get the money One woman sold land worth In asphalt beds from 00000 to 80000 She was paid 1100 but not all In cash oh no For so largo a prlco as that tho purchaser explained that she must tako part in tho form of notes Blind Woman Cheated Another woman was blind and very Very old Two white men explained to her that she was entitled to a pension by virtue of her late husbands service during the civil war They presented a paper for her to sign assuring her that sbo would get her pension on Its receipt hi Washington She made her mark her lagers guided by the Ben The paper turned out to be a warranty deed for her farm Doth these easel were fought in court aft erward The Dawes severalty act arranging JWr the wile ot the Indian lands con wr Imputed tube prompt sale of some off i the property but considered that a good deal of it would be held for twenty or thirty yenta Tbe act was a piece of Interference with the rights and desires of the Indians under any circumstances but this provision wap n redeeming point and for nearly twenty years the sales proceeded will this limitation But it seemed too bad to leave the lands In the hands of tho unprogrcs sire for so long n time Four yean ago an amendment to the Dawes act removed all restrictions from the sale of the land and authorized the Issu ance of n fee simple patent to any allottee competent and capable of managing his or her affairs The Indian office construed the meaning of this statute to be that if any Indian disposed of his land know- Ing he would not get It back again he was competent and capable within the meaning of the law Children Also Robbed There Lave been 24000 cases In court In regard to the sale of these lands by persons competent and capable Not all of them concerned adults for the case of tbe Indian child has been even harder than that of his parents Many children of the Five Nations are very rich by Inheritance The tribes are dying and those who survive have often much land coming to them hero is scope for the guard Inn Idea In 1S90 after It was decided that the lands were to be divided the com mission announced that applications for rights In the apportionment of land should be made within thirty days and be passed upon within ninety days That was fourteen years ago and they have Just wound up the matter In deed there are some cases not yet settled Mansfield McMurray1 of McAlcster set forth to The Five Nations that some body had to be employed to keep off the rolls the names of persons who were not really of their tribes The Indians ngreod poor muddled badg ered harried tribes that wanted noth fug but to be let alone Now It was the business of the gov ernment to attend to this and so Ethan Allan Hitchcocks secretary of the Interior said afterward In no uncer tain fashion but the government didnt do anything about It and Mans field R McMurray proceeded to push people off the rolls They got 10 ahead for pushing or oorncthlng llkn that Anyway the bill amounted to 750000Indians Pay All Bills There was n protest McMurray and others were Indicted and then the in dlctments were dismissed The In dians paid that bill ns they have paid various others Also they paid sometimes for getting on the rolls Occasionally tbe fee was 50 per cent of all they had Taking It by and large there has seldom been so satisfactory n carnival from the graft ers point of view There was talk of reopening this rich view and looking over the rolls the other day but even the Indians hare learned the trick now and they presented a petltjou saying that they Lace already spent over 1000000 defending themselves against fraudulent claims of citizenship In the Five Na tions and they would prefer to have the matter rest ns quietly as it can They add with some natural bitterness that lord the question of decid ing on Indian blood been left to the Indian courts it would have been set tied more swiftly and justly When the announcement was rondo that homesteads would be sold at one halt the assessed value of the land two lots to ends person there was an other rush to profit by the graft Tho land had been Indian land half a mll lion acres in all and it was offered on these terms to encourage civilization to take n nice long step and settle in OklahomaLaws Easily Evaded Any man who wanted to speculate in land got a certain number of men at home tramps or friendsanybodyto give him their power of attorney then to Oklahoma without delay two lots for him please and two lots for his friends whoso power of attorney he showed Sometimes a man would get several hundred lots In this fashion He would sell and If the graft was discovered where was the grafter The commissioner of Indian affairs Robert G Valentine put the case- pltblly tho other day It Is possible to do only ono of two things with the Indians to cxtcrml late them or to make them into cltl tens Whichever we choose should be done In a businesslike way If we choose extermination wo should do it suddenly painlessly and completely but instead of frankly engaging in tbat course tbe country has set itself to make the Indians Into citizens It has no business to bungle this job on It Is now doing any more than If tbe course of extermination were now to be de tided on it would have soy business to bangle tbatIf 1 n YIw WORT MOUNTAINS OF GOLD During Change of Life says Mrs Chas Barclay Granite ille VtI was passin t through the Change cf Life andsufferec from nervousness and other nnnoyinp symptoms and J can truly say tha- t7ydiaE1lnkhams Vetfetablo Com pound has proc worth mountains of gold to me as il restored myhealtl and strength l never forget to tel my friends Wha- tIwlislsIlnkhams Vegetable Compound has done for ms during this trying period Cotnplets restoration to health means so mud to mo that for the sake of other suffer ing women I am willing to make mj trouble public so you may publish this letterNos CUAS BANCLAY EFDGranitevillc Vt No other medicine for wotans ills has received such widespread and un qualified endorsement No other med icine we know of has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E CompoundFor been curing female complaints such as inflammation ulceration local weak nesses fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache indigestion dad nervous prostration and It is unequalled for carrying women safely through the period of change of life It costs but little to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and as HrsBarclay wiyslt Is worth moun tains of golds to suffering women WOULD TRY IT AGAIN Governor Patterson Willing to Submit His Case to the People Nashville Icon Aug 13As the outcome of the recent judicial election In Tennessee In which the regular Democratic nominees whom he sup ported were rlofeated by Independents who had the active aid of the Repub- lIcan organization Governor 11 R Pat terson has Issued a statement in which he expresses u willingness to waive the Democratic nomination for a third term which he has already received and again test the question of a choice of Democracy In a primary Thus be would hope he says to save the state I to Democracy The pernicious intermeddling of a I Republican president with the affairs of the Democratic party In our state should be resented he said and his well lald plans to Republicanism It thwarted before It is too late Staggers Skeptics TliHtn clean nice fragrant compound like Bucklens Arnica Silvewill InstnnJ Ily relieve 11 bad burn cur scald wound or piles staggers skeptics nut great cures prove it a wonderful healer of the worst sort ulcers bolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hAnd sprains and corns Try it a5c at Seven Drug Co- MEh1PNIS CAR CASE Property and Money Goes to Illinois Central Memphis fenn Aug 13 Prosecu lions are expected to follow the enter ing of a decree in Chancellor Ilels kells court by which every dollars worth of property in the Memphis Car companys plant and a sum of money will be turned over to the Illinois Cen tral railroad This follows the rail roads suit dlleglng It had been de frauded through cur repair contracts It is said H number of former official of the llllnolf Central are involved It Is known that the Illinois Central refused offers of large sums In a settlement to Include Immunity declar- Ing that the road would rather lose the millions of which It had been defraud ed than to bat o the officials who hart been partita to the alleged fraud es cape punishment Two of tt officials it is set forth have rettinifd to the Illinois Central the amounts received by them as divi dends each f them making voluntary restitution ol 13000 In cash 11 suffered habitually Irma constipat ton Doans Regulets relieved and stiengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever sinceItA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Texas For the Best results try News Want Ads aw WE BUY JtitjDttUfl vecuM AM iMUr fit INtaiiJMUitMMitriMMnfcuU ItiKMtt oar full ita UAiiUe We taraidr N1 Fney arallltikMrpiatiit t YNL ififill a LWsir l r h 1 1 1 QJ WOMEN CONTROL IMMENSE RICHES i Americas List Headed by Mrs Mary Harriman MRS HEm GREEN IS NEXT Russell Sages Widow Gives Away Half of Husbands 55000000 Estate In Philanthropic WorkMiss Helen Gould Also Devotes Fortune to Charitable Projects Tbe announcement that the estate of Edward IL Harriman who died Sept 0 1000 amounts to 71000000 makes tbe position of his widow Mrs Mary W Ilarrlman secure ns tho richest Women In America This country prob ably has tbe most remarkable list of wealthy women of any land In the world In a will containing ninetynine words Harriman left all his property to his wife They had reached a thor ough understanding ns to the management of his vast estate and his faith In her good judgment was so thorough that he did not deem it necessary to Incumber her with restrictions or con ditions Since his death she has devoted her time to the mastering of the tusk She line been assisted by the services of Charles A Peabody president of a large life Insurance company By and byl she will give more time to charity Hetty Green Has 55000000 Mrs Hetty Green got 1000000 when her Lather Edward Robinson died fortyfive years ago leaving an estate of i000000 The remaining 8000000 was left In trust to her children Soon an aunt Sylvia Ann Rowland died and added about 54 000000 to Mrs Greens store She has doubled nud redoubled her fortune It Is now estimated at 55000000 Her daughter Sylvia Is the wife of Matthew A V1lkes a New York clubman Mrs Green has preferred for many years to live in a little Hoboken flat because It was cheap Mrs Russell Sago whose kindly face Is an Index to her feelings had the staggering task laid on her of spending f55000000 Russell Sago had acquired In the first three years after his death she disposed of 25000000 She has endowed the Itusscll Sage foundation the mission of which Is to make the condition of the poor happier She has lifted debts from hospitals schools and churches built churches outright shown civic Interest In renovating the governors room at city hall equipped Industrial schools for girls given to art museums and glen to the city shrubs for Central park Miss Helen M Gould got more than 510000000 from the estate of her father Jay Gould By wise Investments she has added to this sum It Is estimated that she has more than I25000000 Always loving children though she never married she has un lertakcu to make glad the hearts of housands of little ones whose parents are too poor to do much for them Gould Money In Charity Appearing seldom in society she has turned the activities of a naturally restless mind into the channels of phi lauthropy In the Spanish war she rave 100000 for relict work among soldiers and 27000 for the work of the Womens Relief association Naval irmy and railroad Y M C As every vhcro attest to her Interest Mrs 0 II P Belmont received from her husbands estate 5000000 One of her largo gifts was 100000 to the Nassau hospital at Mlncola N Y Under the will of her father Colonel iVIllIain Goddard Mrs C Oliver Iselln ot New York became very wealthy in 1007 Eventually she will receive practically the whole of her fathers estate of from 25000000 to 30000000 She was Miss Hope Goddard of Providence und Mr Iselins second wife Mrs Emma B Kennedy widow of John S Kennedy of New York headed Now York women on tbe tax list this year the estate of her husband being estimated at 50000000 The figure opposite her name was 0000000 while that opposite Mrs Margaret O Sages name was 5000000 Though Mrs Emllle Rogers widow ot H II Rogers apparently has only the income from securities valued at 3000000 which Is about 100000 a year it is known that more than that sum Is at her call She was Mrs E tundel Hart before her marriage to Rogers Mrs Lamont Wealthy Mrs Daniel S Lament whose hus band was secretary of war In Presl dent Clevelands second administration has about 5000000 Mrs Archibald G Thompson of Philadelphia whose first husband was Thomas B Wanamaker recessed at- his death 7000000 out of an estate of 20000000 She was Miss Mary L Welsh granddaughter of John Welsh onto United States minister to England Mrs Della S Field widow of Marshall Field of Chicago who left 83 59032 received 3000000 at her wed ding1t Morris K Jesup received S0 17000 from the 13000000 estate other husband Since his death she has misted in managing the estate Last year she gave 50000 to Yale to com Mete the rood for tbVMprrte K Jenp balr In the forestry school r r iiiippww Good Enough Gang Plow Is tho one taking the way Hoosier Disc Drills is the only Drill A few Buggies and Surries left REMEMBERTHAT AO MATTER WHAT YOU NEED IN THE WAY O- FHARDWARE 1 I Isio I OU M aoo IER yE HAVEITtI t IIIE i rII n a cGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT tIrvington Kentucky r T A dL IJ JWEWANT YOUR J 1 Eggs Chickens Turkeysr 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 shippingWeand make prompt returns to shippers IWEI We are in a position to handle all your Apples and will pay the best price See or write us about your Apples k a Ask E II Shellman C Co bankers and First Stoic Bank Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff lend dependon getting the best price the market nffoids A D Ashcraft Bro tIRVINGTON KY r THE BUSH SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky DR EVELYN BUSH OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CHARGErr The Sanatorium is equipped with till modern conveniences for the treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hydrotneropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods l Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage ATLER T WINJFUIVI Director Late of Battle Creek Sanatorium Correspondence SoticitedI I t w FOR SALE I Three new Four Room HOUSES located on High street in Irvington Icyan easy pay ments For information cull on Dr L B Moremen i Also some good building lots near tho College ClMi r 0F- OIFLETCIE CA3TQRIr 1 F 1 AJ Electric I i Bitters jl isInt supremoremedy FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND p ROUBLEIt Rover ever old t a druggists counter 9 t- ti 4- t Notice i ii t tllThat published at 5 cents lingto peP1Pasethe Ifews without expecting to di p py fo thc publication of this kind of mattfer r t tr WORLDS FAIR FLAME SWEPT Priceless Collection of Art Burned at Brussels NO WAY TO CHECK THE BLAZE Starting In Belgian Section Flames Quickly Spread to Buildings of Other Nations Until International Exposi tion Was Practically Destroyed C Fortunately the Fire Started at Night When Public Was Excluded Brussels Aug 15Flre started in I tho Belgian section of the Intcrnatlon Vl exhibition hero last evening The flames spread quickly to the English avid French sections which were de stroyed The flames then leaped to other sections until tho whole of one side of the central roadway known as tho Avenue des Nations where stand tho headquarters buildings of various nationalities was consumed The fire started while there was the 3 usual large Sunday crowd outside tho I buildings to look at the fireworks It seems that the electric wires leading into the temporary postofflco in the Belgian section became shortcircuited and within a very few minutes tho of flee was a mass of flames This was about 9 oclock In the evening A few minutes after the fire was found the blaze was running fiercely along the facade and fanned by a strong wind the flames spread rapidly and leaped 1from one building to another Soon the whole facade was a heap of glowing ruins and the entire Bel glen section was involved Then the wind drove a torrent of flames Into the British section of the exhibition and it was rapidly consumed The bridge Joining the English and French sections was the next object to fall a prey to the flames and In a short time this collapsed with a roaring crash This temporarily checked the flames and it seemed for a while as if the rest of the buildings might be saved but sparks raining on the French and Ital ian areas spread the flames down the beautiful avenue During the progress of the fire the exhibit of the diamond Industry was burned and pillagers Invaded the ruins to hunt for the gems The police has tened to the scene and were about to seize the looters when the cry was raised that the wild animals In Dos tocks exhibition had escaped There was a wild stampede and In the midst of the excitement the robbers got away wlUj many gems There Is a report that a number of ferocious casts from the Bostock show are growling in the suburbs of the city The fire quickly spread to Avenue t Solbosch adjoining the exposition and I forty private houses were burned I After the exposition buildings had boon blazing for some time the fire f men blew up a number of buildings fprogressfi Femme Acouple There were also 7 in this section eight Gobelin tapestries and hundreds of paintings by tho old I iI estimatedIupon French Insurance companies Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawbackmalaria trouble that has brougbt suffering and death to thousands The germs cause r chills fever and ague billioustiess- I I t genVfall to destroy them and cure malaria I troubles Three bottles completely ifl cured me of a very severe attact of ma tJarla writes Win A Fretwell of Iuc i ama N C and Ive had good health ever singerCure Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles aittprea emit typhiod CorSELF STARVATION Ira Wardlaw Held in Snead Case Prefers Death to Detention Wardtf t thethousoWaa one of three sisters all ovar sixty indicted for the murder of Mrs i hEllfnhlceitUb on Nov 20 of last year Tho el dariy woman had been successful In concealing the prison faro supplied her and succumbed to weakness duo to lelt enforced starvation The opln Ion U expressed that with her demise tho case against her sisters will fall Fatally Injured In Fire SlBtorsvlllo W Va Aug 13Fire which started by the explosion of the gasolineoinks twolhourawhotkasxploslon received fatal Injuries 11NOTICE1 We hereby notify a concerned that Jan so traffic will be allowed through my known as thc Rice farm Any rson found taking water from this lace or trespassing upon it will be rosecuted to the full extent ot the law I M Neilsen k I a fNMR u Will as MH art Made liuriUt by Kidney and Bladder Trouble I minddiscourages tYn druggists in onedollar mayhavea pamphlet all ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or hasbecome that it is not uncom bebornkidneys If the scaldsthean age when it should be able to control the bedwettmgdependupon culty is kidney trouble and the first oftheseunpleasanttroublethe ahabitWomen as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder troublc- and both need the same great remedy ofSwampRootby fifty cent and by mail free also telling i b diseased weak n out Root tswuoiiatincludingmonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and- mention anymIstakeaddressBinghamton PIRATES RAVAGING COAST OF MEXICO War Vessel Sent Out to Cope With Robber Graft shipIsIn the waters of the Pacific along the upper coast of Mexico according to advices received by the department of war and marine A war vessel has been dlspatcned to overhaul the al leged water craft which Is known as the Baltlco Pablo Charles commander Two Americans James Carl and Henry Brown whowere captured in a small boat by the Baltlco near LaPaz were later sot on shore in Lower California and have Just been landed at Mazntlan by the steamer Horrerlns In the complaint to the government It is alleged that the commander of the Baltlco obtained permission of the au thorities to take fish along the coast but Instead of doing so he overhauled all the little boats he saw on his cruise and took all their cargoes Time goods thus stolen were sold at the small ports of San Geronimo San Quentin and others On the islanad of San Geronimo the pirate boarded a sailing vessel that had run aground and took everything they could find aboard At the same place they took 3000 sacks of guano and other things Siotlies itching skin Heals cuts or bums without n scar Cures plies fie lenia salt rheum any itchIng Douns ointment Your druggist sells it PRINCESS IS EQUESTRIENNE Unlike Royal Father Mary of Eng land Rides Well Princess Mary iht only daughter f the king of 1England Is taking riding lessons In u quiet corner of Richmond parkI She seems to tube to horseback naturally and Is alreadyna nccom jillshed rider Therein she differs from her brother the heir to the throne who like his father the king docs not care for horseback riding Time young prince prefers the sea to a horse and doesnt like to take his riding lessons He has been known to throw his arms around his horses neck when the animal be came skittish King George although he rides each morning In Rotten row for the benefit of his liver Is not a good horseman His mount is always n gentle animal guaranteed not to become excited and not to go faster than a dignified trot Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOIRIA MORE RIOTING It Is Likely Troops Will Be Recalled to Ohios CapitalII Columbus 0 Aug 15 Bccauso rioting only a dozen cars wore run slug last night It is probable that I twentyfour hours Mayor Marshall InII I again call on Governor Harmon I troops The police force demoralized l by desertions In too face of emergon cy is utterly unable to control the growing violence One man was shot and may die and five others were seri ously Injured In the rioting SundayE Despite the presence ot two policemen on each car disorder was worse than at any time since tho withdrawal of t tho troops a week ag- oNOTICE When sending a news item lo this of 1 face please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interest Editor I GREAT EVENT NEAR Kentucky State Fair Prepara tions Go Merrily On THOUSANDS IN PREMIUMS Ample Accommodations Offered Both Exhibitors and Visitors During Week of Sept 12th to 17th Liberal Excursion Rates Will Prevail Throughout Territory Surround ing Louisville With an Investment of approximate ly 300000 In buildings and grounds and a record of seven successful an nual exhibitions before U the Ken tucky State Pair of 1910 will begin In Louisville on September 12 and con tinue throughout the week Tho bright promise is given that the turn A Close Finish on the Trotting Tr stiles will click this year on one of the greatest State Fairs In America Hard i and unceasing work on the part of the Board of Managers the Fair officials I and employees for many weeks past is rapidly bringing to completion the plans and arrangements for the exhibi tion While no now buildings have neon erected since last years Fair there will be ample accommodations for exhibitors and visitors Nature has worked wonders In the beautiful 150 acre plot occupied as a fair site and the Kentucky show Is rapidly gaining Distinction as the most beautiful State Fair In America Under the landscape gardners care the grounds have been adorned with shrubs new walks and avenues have been laid out and the trees planted when the slto was first selected now have grown to shadepro ducing proportions Th6 system of illumination has been extended so that every nook and corner of the grounds will be brilliantly lighted each night of the show week Those who have watchea the progress of work on this years exhibition venture the opinion that the attendance which last year reached high water mark will this year be Increased by thousands Cash prizes aggregating about 30 000 have been hung up In premiums for the 1910 fait In many instances the prizes have beets Increased over former years and many additional classifications have been made More attractive than ever will be the spec ial prizes which this year will aggro gars between 5000 and 10000 Aside from the thousands of dollars received In cash by exhibitors there comes however a yet greater prize the distinction of an award from the Kentucky State Fair The sentimental and exploiting value of such an award has now grown until It Is one of the most coveted prizes sought for by pro fessional exhibitors In the countrys largest agricultural exhibitions It is not possible to put a correct valuation on the prestige and distinction that ac company a prize from the state fair of a commonwealth recognized as the head of the horse world as one of the foremost live stock states and as an agricultural community with few su periors in the union As heretofore liberal excursion rates from a wide territory surround- Ing Louisville will prevail on railroad and steamboat lines throughout the fair varied Every local arrangement has been made for this quick and safe handling of the crowds and ample ac commodations at reasonable rates are assured to all visitors to Louisville during State Fair week Long List of Valuable premiums to Attract Exhibitors Special prizes of extreme attractive ness and of intrinsic value aggregating more than 5000 will be awarded at the Kentucky State Fair during the week of September 1218 These pre miums are distinct from the 30000 In premiums offered directly under the management of the talc and cover a variety of honors which will be greatly sought after by exhibitors The long list of special premiums announced up to date Includes the fol lowing Highland Home Cap donated by Gay Bros of Pisgah for best and finest saddle bred foal of 1910 American Saddio Horse Breeders As trophy ton registered stallion or mare three years old or under tho Montgomery Chief Special of 125 for tho finest and best stallion mare or gelding any ago by Montgomery Chief offered by Ball Bros Versailles tho Commissioner of Agriculture Sad dIe horse Stake valued at 500 for best flvegalted saddle stallion mare or gelding three years old or over I the Hayes Cup offered by WP I Hayes of Bloomfield for the best herd I of jack stock tho American Berk i1 r- J u shire Swlno Association grand silver trophy for best young herd of Bark shires exhibited by a Kentucky breeder loving cup valued at 50 offered by Mrs J W Henning Shelbyvlllo for four best Jersey cows In milk ex hibited by one Kentucky owner prizes aggregating 150 offered by the Rod Poll Cattle Club of America prizes aggregating 400 offered by Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin for leading standard varieties of poultry specials by the South down Hampton and Oxford Sheep Record Association for respective ex hibits of pure bred sheep the Amerl can Jersey Cattle Club for the first time offers four prizes Including gold medals total value 150 a special of fered by the American Angora Goat Breeders Association for the best flock of Angora kids the American Duroc Jersey Swine Breeders Asso ciation offers 50 In special prizes a sweep stake prize of 50 for the best general collection of vegetables Isi hung up by the Jos Denunzio Fruit Company of Louisville the American Shorthorn Breeders Association and American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association each donates 750 as a special prize for pure bred cattle ot the respective breeds onehalf to go in open competition and onehalf to ack at the Kentucky State Fair cattle owned by Kentucky exhibitors these liberal prizes are augmented by 1000 in regular premiums set aside for these breeds by the state fair management a special prize of 100 for Polled Durhams offered by the Polled Durham Association of America the American Aberdeen Angus Breeders Association offers 200 in specials IIolstein Friesian Association of Amer- Ica offers 100 In specials the Louisville florists will present a loving cup to the exhibitor of the best floral tIe sign H F Hlllenmeyer Sons of Lexington offer 25 for the best ex hibit of fruit grown from stock ob tamed from their nurseries In addition to the specials mention ed there Is the much coveted prize of 100 offered by the Commissioner of Agriculture for the best and largest display of farm garden and orchard produr from any one county This offer last year resulted In an exhibit of great Interest and It Is understood the number of counties competing this year will probably be doubled MODEL SCHOOL AT STATE FAIR Practical Exhibit Promised as Result of Efforts of Kentucky Women The people of Kentucky have grown to look upon their annual state fair as one of the greatest educational Ins tutlons In the commonwealth Many evidences of practical development and enlargement along live stock and agricultural lines are traceable directly to these annual exhibitions A de parture specifically along educational channels will be made at the approach Ing eighth annual stato fair which will bo held in Louisville Sept 1217 A model rural school building will be erected and maintained and the en terprise Is to be fostered and caTled out entirely by the women of Kentucky This Important work Is In the hands of tho Ladles Auxiliary Advis ory Board This board was recently appointed and consists of the follow ing members Mrs James A Leech Louisville Mrs James A Mitchell Bowling Green Mrs Charles P Weaver Loulsvlllp Mrs John B Castleman Louisville Mrs John A Stratton Lou isville Mrs John II Miller Valley Station and Miss Laura Clay Rich month With the aid of Secretary J W Newman of the state fair and Prof Ellsworth Kegenstoln superintendent of public Instruction tho work has been pushed rapidly and till model schoolhouse will bo erected prior to the fair and will be found complete In every detail when visitors begin to as semble on the first morning As the state fair draws visitors from every section of Kentucky this movement Is considered one of the most important over undertaken bya similar Institu tion in this or any other state Tho members of the State Fedora tint of Womens Clubs and all womens organizations of tho state have under taken a campaign for funds and early reports Indicate that they are meeting with success Both Inside and out the proposed school building will bo a model In every particular Collie Dogs on Parade The exhibit of collie dogs at the Kentucky State Fair which will begin In Louisville on September 12 will be a particularly pleasing one Already the list of entries Is large and the prizes ore the best over offered ThoI rules of the American Kennel Club will govern time collie dog show and those rules may be hal on application to Secretary J W Newman Louis rlllo Ky For catalogue entry blanks or any other information regarding Ute Ken ucky State Fall address J W New nn Hecretary 320 Paul Jones Build tog Louisville Ky t I Ji zi C i RURAL TELEPHONES Mr Farmer arc you interested 1 If so call on theft manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far mora Line rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J k IIFilth THE Avenue HOTELY M Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr t JI N The mostcentrully located and onlyl flrstclasstioteil tn The city milking a J 00 rate Only one block from the princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and clean I q iV LAND LAND LAND T youclmInIsMilletllroomcornIn the Panhandle of Texas totheno hot winds Guarantee 1 1000 Profits the First year- To anyone who buys a section of this land HO acres I will guarantee them the Intull a forfeit money If at the end of 12 months theycannot sell this section for the a bovo named proltt thlll the forfeIt money vw guarantee UH UUUllilll section and 850 on quarter section If interested write me at once KyLI J The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR X 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTHANNUAL AtA- tI States Resources ExhlbllaJ 4NATIIELLO FIREWORKS AND HIS BAND Free Attractions Uptodate Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For further Information write J W NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jones BWg SEPTEMBERLUI I 17 PURCHASINGSave FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price 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 able to have one reserved at the low rate of i25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use 7 L Jh 1PRINCIPAL v BUSINESS COLLEGEUIOORroRTP Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY I 4 RIGHTNOWIs News and see what your friends are doing 100 a year v t fol I U j- WHILE J YOU ARC AT THE FAI- RSubscribe For The LL- IRECKENRIDGE L- p rI t h i L p NEWS h hj h I We will have our Booth at the same old stand t and want to meet and greet you once again at tt Our County Fair Come and bring a Friend 4 r t Subscribe Stand by The News I It Will Stand by You f t Get a News Souvenir Take it Home to Your Friends 11- LOcFor I Six Months 100 a Year in Advance j w IRVINGTON Miss Hazell Richnrdon who has been spending a month with her aunt Miss Mary Henry left for Brandenburg WednesdayMrs Harvey of Coffeeville Kansas arrived last week for an indefi S cousinsSMisses Claudia and Maggie Bandy Mrs Allie CJaycomb left Tuesday for Louisville where she will speed several days on business Misses May and Blanch Claycomb were week end guests of Mrs Nellie t Marshall They left for Louisville MondayMr Mrs Albert Ashcraft have purchased the house on Walnut Ave from W B Gardner and will move the first of September from West Point where they are now living Mrs Nannle J Wathen returned yes terday from French Lick where she spent a week with friends Mrs L B Moremen returned Sun day from Brandenburg where she was the guest of Miss Mattie Lee Moremen Mrs Hiram Willet and daughter Miss Wanda returned last Monday to Shelbyville Tenn after spending two months with her mother Mrs Joe Green Anderson Logan Helm who has been spending the summer as the guest of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington left for Lexing ton Thursday- Mr and Mrs R M Jolly were the host and hostess of a picnic given at Dents Bridge Thursday in honor of their sister Miss Claire Jolly and guest Miss Annetta Seward of Russellville KyHarold Murray of Cloverport spent a few days of last week in town on a business trip Mrs Bert Cunningham and grand children G B and Nannie Lee Gard ner of Chenault Ky visited Mrs L H Jolly and Mrs Newsom Gardner last week Miss Bessie Bentley has gone to Booneville Ind to visit There will be children services con ducted by the Rev Charles R Shepard held at the Baptist church every after noon of this week at 4 oclock Every body isTlnvIted to attend Miss Sue Board of Big Spring is visiting Miss B Ada Drury at the home of her sister Mrs R B McGIothlan for the week- S S A Mrs Jess Maii lie Owersburo came last week ti sjieml several days with her sister Mrs S B Parks Mrs C S Neafus and children have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Childs near Guston Mr Johnnie Johnston gave a very de lightful hay ride Wednesday evening for the young ladies of the town Miss Jessie Brady after a two weeks visit to relatives in Paducah and Louisville returned Sunday The following young ladies chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Louis H Jolly are spending the week at the Peyton House in Hardinsburg attending the fair Miss Claire Jolly and guest Miss Annetta Seward Misses Jessie Brady Eva and Mabel McGIothlan Miss Lizzie Hill after spending six weeks as the guest of her sister Mrs Jno Nevitt at Basin Springs left for Paris Texas Monday The new school building is Hearing rapid completion It is to be hoped that it will be ready for use in a few weeksThe Civic Improvement League held a very interesting meeting Monday afternoon at the Public School House The meeting was well attended and the ladies are very enthusiastic over this movement Miss Maud Tate of Vine Grove came Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Eula Neafus for the week The schools of the city will open for business Monday morning Sept 5 Mr and Mrs Willard Arnold and children returned Monday from a short visit to relatives at Spotsville Miss Margaret Woodson who has been spending the summer with her aunt Miss Sue Board in Big Spring visited Mrs R B McGIothlan for a few days last week Miss Woodson left for her home in Kansas City Sun dayMisses Cecil Dix and Esther Payne of Stephensport came Saturday for a visit to Miss May Bandy Mrs F B Shepman and children of Cincinnati arrived last week to be the guests of Mr and Mrs A D Pulliam for ten days Rev C R Shepard preached two fine sermons on Sunday The one at the morning service on Missions and at the evening service was especially to the young people The music was fine The choir waa assisted by Mrs Shepard who sang a solo In the morning and- S the children in the evening- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use For SaleFew Choice Jersey Cows HF Gar sush Irvington Ky R F D No2 Best Place And Best People Says Visitor C A Compton of Roberts Station Iis visiting his sister Mrs J D Meadows Mr Compton says he finds what Henry Bauldauf a former Breckenridge county man now of Henderson said about the people here is true One day at Roberts Station Mr Bauldauf was walking down the street and he spied Jake Cox another man formerly of here and hollowed to him Jake I just got home from Cloverport and they are the greatest people In the world II Mr Compton heard the re mark and says during his visit here he finds the statement is not only so about Cloverport but the entire county and all the people of Breckenridge among whom he is visitin- gSTEPHENSPORT Mrs Owen May of Lexington was the guest of her aunt Mrs P D Haw kins a few days last week Mrs F R Roberts is visiting her son in Hardinsburg Miss Esther Payne and Miss Cecil Dix are visiting Miss May Bandy at Irvingtcn and will attend the fair n few days this week at Hardinsburg Arthur Blaine returned Saturday evening from Florida Mrs Andrew Crawford met with a painful accident last week by falling and dislocating her arm John Crawford left Saturday for Hot Springs for his health We trust it will be a benefit to him Mrs Rhodes of Irvington is the guest of her daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt Mr and Mrs Eugene Gilliland and little daughter Ruth passed through town Friday enroute to their home at Nashville Tenn after spending the summer with their parents Mr find Mrs Adam Anspach at Rome Ind If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use e i4 n c 1s t u ts e tss a Csu tn tss nl tsalr t ts tss v co i i I The Cloverport Ice Co 11 24rr L 4 f= a ordersI o tension t Marion Weattierholt Secy + J re s Y I IHERE AT HOME Cloverport Citizens Gladly Testify And Confidentaly Recom mend Duans Kidney Pills It is testimony like the following that has placed Doans Kidney Pills so far above competitors When people right here at home raise their voice in praise there is no room left for doubt Read the public statement of a Cloverport citizenPrice Graham Railroad St Clover port Ky saysIII can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that lives up to representations For four years I suffered from disordered kidneys and the secretions from these organs were too frequent in passage obliging me to rise several times during the night Whenever I caught cold it was sure to settle in my kidneys and greatly aggravate my trouble My back ached severely and when I stooped I was seized by shurp twinges through my loins The ache in my back at night greatly disturbed my rest and in the morning I arose feeling lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and lan guid Doanu Kidney Pills procured at Fishers Drug Store relieved me in a short time and it required but the contents of four boxes to effect a com plete cure I can state that this cure bas proven permanent and it therefore gives me pleasure to recommend Doans f f Kidney Pills to other persons afflicted in a similar manner For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeo ber the name Doans and take tio other VICTORIA Mrs Ena Burns and children of Terre Haute Ind are the guests of her sister Mrs John Ryan Misses Emma and Maudie Shore of Evansville have been the guests of relatives at this place the past week Mrs Kate Myers and Miss Carrie j Marsch of Louisville and Mrs Kate Marsch of Cloverport were the guests of relatives here a few days last week Mrs Mary Keenan and children of Dresden Ohio spent last week with her sister Mrs J L Mason Miss Lucille Keenan was the guest of Miss Katherine McGovern Wednes dayMr George Brown and Miss Maggie Keenan were married on Sunday at the home of the brides uncle Mr Pat rick Keenan We failed to learn who officiated They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Fred Matthews- If the best Js not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Taking a Vacation Chas Fallon of Nolte Bros left last week for a irip East He is talc ing part of his vacation and will Abe home sepn 1 rj Will Probated The will of Byram Bandy was pro U + bated in the county court at Hardlns burg August 22 He leaves lloiiisf household goods to life two daughtersIJNancyand Letitia the kitchen furnt ture to his old family servant Harrietl Jordan colored He also left her 50fnJ cash all his live stock divided equally between his four sons His land Is U t be sold and divided equally between lt all his children R S Bandy is named 1i as administrator without bond James tfI 1f Adams Wm Adkisson and Dudley Haynes witnessed the will tjK1NGSWOOD NOTESk Dr Carradlne of St Louis an emi1 1Inent divine of worldwide farneflssit o tending the camp meeting which Up being held by Rev Hughes at Kings wood v l 000 V Services are held at the taberriacjej every day and night and large congre s gations are always present tg i 000R- ev rN Hughes and Mrs Hughes have sj fvisitors1ing the meeting J 000ii Miss Tula Daniels has a cottage atttt Kingswood and is there for the camp l meetingioooRev Shelly and Mrs Shelly are tending the camp meeting f t 1 Try Our Want ColumrL Itv t o I I III