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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r i lIO- I I I r= 5 ITHEti BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1910 8 Pages NO 10 MAINE GOES I 1DEMOCRATICi 1 ili tD mocras lUct Governor And r Congressmenf 1+ S tMAY SAVE LfcGlSUTURE 3 Portland Me Sept 12 Maine went Democratic today It Elected Fred r ElW1JJajsted of Augusta a Dein j9Crit a5Qbveruor upset the hitherto solltlcRcpubfcan congresslona dele gatlpn IDA least two and possibly all Mir Cif the districts and to the suprise K ofthe polltical leaders Democratic as i t well as Republican the returnslate tonight indicated the possibility that the next State Legislature will be Demo cratic The Senate will surely have a Democratic majoriy The House com plexlon Is in doubt Returns from all but fortyeight of the election districts of the state show ed plurality for Plaisted for Govern or of 8sOO The missing districts are nearly all in remote parts of Aristook county and in outlying islands along the coast r HENDERSON ROUtE t Elects New Officers Reuben A Miller Of Owensboro Elect ed General Counsel Irwin President J Louisville Ky Sept 7The annual meeting of the stockholders o f the Louis r vllle Henedrson St Louis Railway Company was held at its general offices iu the Columbia building First end k iyiiiln streetsaud the followiug Board of tI yeartfvVMlitpnH L J I tM liotber J H Ellis Harry Welsscn gel Oscar Henley John L Helm Will I r f iam Marshall Bullitt and Otto Marx of y Birmingham Ala Pr identLJ Irwinj J Vide PresldentW L Mapother JlJ 5 Secretaryltidgley Cayce fli r iTreasnrerL W Botts i 5 Miller of Owenfcboro f was elected general council of the coin iI ti p4hy to succeed the ate James P Helm J r t iiTeathers Wanted T 1 The demand for teachers who have J trained in the Western Normal Is IBealer than the supply The Fall I sJonpensSeptfinber 6th Write President HH Cherry Bowling Green i yor information relative to free ff tuitionPoor I Sarili lidntKnowI I y Sarah Jarvis looked up the other i iiointag In her Sunday School class 1 z ir rwhile her teacher was talking about the i crucifixion and asked Why IS Jesus dead me didnt know he was I even sick I I j Mrs Mullen Better 1Mrs Wm Mullen leftSaturday for a Cvislt tb Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee at w Irington Theywillattend the State fair tggether Mrs Mullen is much r r t aft er sPJ= i lb ta y5ituc Jrnfor k t t it i r r Institute Postponed formation was received Mopday at lbi K ws office from Mr CharleaBVandl I iiIedteiH11 4 s r Tweeting hasnottbeen iiet- a 1 a ice Cream Supper At StepfiRsr ttt The Eastern Star Chapter will glvi an ice creMm+ supper in the Masonic Halt Saturday night the t7tb Ever r 4 body invited to etriti 0 Dontfail We are expecting some good muiiio and re citations You brother Mason all come out ia Mrs Jordan Visiting t y 5 Mrs Ella Jordan who pwns and runs jfa Sti George Hotel Is visiting her mother and slaters at Chenault Mrs jor4p has hadbusysason and will jjpy ryaitHtUbp lfa Kasi had many itQprov ca r+ tmadolic hotel and 8f1+ l Nr jtCft1j f fI TI F TRIUMPHANTTOBINSPORT Takes An Interesting Game Of Baseball From Hardinsburg And One From Cannel tun In a Hitlers contest Saturday after noun ou the Pumpkin Roller lot across UtseoBlilllteam0 to 3 The pumpkin Rollers played their same old game on the home lot and when a batted ball would hit the ground they kuew wkete it would hit next and wcr there and as n conse qneuce the winner was thrown out It w uld hve heel1 Hardlusburgs game probably as Schlemner their pitcher struck out ten meu but did not have any support 000The game Sunday between the Can nelton team and the small Pumpkin Roller team resulted in a victory to the Toblusport boys The score wasJJJo 1 f the Race For Governor Our readers will recall without much trouble our often expressed determina tion not to take active partizan part between candidates for democratic nominations or do we intend now to do so but there being so many peculiar situations developed and so many ex traordinary things done wo feel that our readers are entitled to know what is going on The race for the nomination is now between Wm Addams of Harrison county Ben Johnson of Nelson county W O Head of Louisville John K Hendrick of McCracken and exGov ernor McCreary of Madison countyand was proceeding in a most satisfactory manner until the Veteran McCreary came into the race as a compromise Cbrtnglngpeace Coming as the special entry of ex Governor Beckham Mr McCrearys entry h brought forth the following statement which we publish to show our readers what is thought iiof his candidacy I Ex Senator McCreary has announc edhis candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky notwithstanding the fact that only a few weeks ago he said he would go no further than accept the nomination it were given to him He based this at titude upon the ground that forty years in office was enough to ask of the par ty More than this when he was defeated for a re nomination as United States Senator by Beckhamwhen he himself realized that his political ser vice was at an end in the ranks of the Democratic party he bolted and tried to be elected United States Senator over Beckham who had defeated him for the nomination Everybody in Kentucky remembers how two years ago McCreary sought to be nominated ih the primary and everybody remembers how he remain ed a candidate before the Legistature and how many times he got bolting Democrats to vote for him upon ballots when the votes gotten by him would have elected Beckham remembers that andeveribodyII tQrUnj cqugled with ecknarnrwas def atej3jr1fnd everybody bY11Beclchamjust after his defeat that he Beckham isaidMyi ytheji3waryl in inydef at tJI r This speech wif made pnvMarch 12 Q r3V t iremembersthates he made in the campaign between himi and McCreary that McCreary was the candidate of the whisky ring Now comes Beckhara and Percy Haley to urge McCrearys nomination for Gov jrfipV Is this because bolting the BeD1Q r tic ticket Is less offensive to them since they themselves have be come bolters Let us not in passing fall to remark upon another Beckham change of front in his opinions as conditions changed He and the lamented Goebel went Into office as the result of a popular uprising against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Beckham went so fat as to lay at the door pf that company a large part of the damning conspiracy by which Goebel was aseasetnated Let uqnot forgat that Btcfchanx went into ghQcl tianrr 944thatt- ia if otli aadk ivttke10 it1 a f- y if i MR RANDELL Made Assistant Master Mechanic At L II St L R R Shops James B Raudell has been male as sistant to master mechanic P D Plank at the L H St L R R shops at this place Mr Randell will inaugurate several new systems in the shops and his services will no doubt prove of great value to the road and the men havelarrivedI while at the Cloverport Hotel until arrangements can be made to keep house They left a circle of charming friends inLouisville and it Is hoped the warm welcome they have received In Clover port will compensate their leaving the I city House Party At Glendeane Mrs Eli Dean was hostess to a house party last week from Tuesday until Sat urday at her home in Glendeane The guests were Mrs A R Fisher Mrs Adele Hambleton Mrs Robert Pierce Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray Such a good time the guests have not had in years Each one had a turkey fan and they fanned and talk ed taking intermission long enough to eat the bountifully prepared meal Thursday they were given a dinner party at the home of Mrs Jesse Moor man LODIBURG I jell Cohder returned to California last week after a months visit to friendsSam Robertson of Albany Mo Is visiting friends and relatives here this weekErnest Gibson has gone to Bowling Green to attend school Mr and Mrs WalkerWest have gone to Caiifornlnto make it their future home Jasper Head has the Irvington sch ool MV and Mrs Arthur Ater are teachers in the Irvington college Mrs Chism was visiting friends in Irvington last week Malcoln Robertson was the guest of Miss Vander Frymire of Frymire last Sunday Mrs Lizzie Robertson and Mrs Ida Brown were visiting their brother Dr J M Hardin of Brandenburg last weekMrs Mollie Gibson was at Stephens port one day last week Mr and Mrs A M Hardin Mrs Ida Brown Mrs Lizzte Robertson and Mrs Letitia Bandy were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Gibson of Holt last SundayMrs Herbert Bruner went to Louis ville last Sunday to attend the State Fair this week James Harton was in Louisville last SundayByron Garland Miss Ollle Cart of Union Star were the guests ofMr and Mrs Flake Ater last Sunday Jas Watlington of Union Star was the uestIo his daughter Mrs Chas Payjieiat5t Saturday and Sunday MrsWi B Argabright who has been on the sick list for several days is much batter Frymire and Irvington ball teams crossed bats on the tatters ball grounds It was a victory for Frymire by the score of 18 to 13 t If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flourI is the flour you ought to use- Attorney ir of the Lduisville Nashville Railroad Company Whereoh whreGovernor Beck ham do you wish to lead us Snow Will we follow Nay nay PaullneCar lyle Mercury The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe It as- a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely prehaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing l purifying elements of the 3lldfprmt andiit never falls to satisfy Sold by all druggists for 75 coats including spraying tubet pr Matedbyxly 1 41 gf WarrqStreif I E etitrltYorkr- A r = ii vt r1 SCHOOL OPENS With bntliusiasUn The Part of Teachers Pupils And Par ents Large Enrollment The opening of the Cloverport Graded and High Schools Monday morning was one of great encouragement to the teachers A large attendance of pupils and their parents were present Rev Dillon Rev Farmer Marlon Weatherholt Mayor Barry V G Bab bage Julius Nolle Wm Pate and W Gr Hardaway were the men who had the Interest of the school at heart and showed by their presence that they In tended to do all In their power for the good of the institution The new rooms are splendid the lower one will be occupied by the pupils uprerjbyJ Miss Mitchell have the other room which arecleaned well and far more comfortable than ever before Two hundred and thirty pupils were enrolled School Notice The Hublic School In the Cloverport Graded Common School District No 1 will open on Monday September la 1010 The new addition to the school building Is nearing completion and with It there will be ample room for the accomodatlon of all white children of school age in the district The Board of Trustes earnestly urges all parents and guardians in the dis trict who have children between the ages of six and twenty years the importance of their cooperation with us in having one of the best schools we have ever had by having a full attend ance as is possible to have Encourage your children to go to school i gibe us the attendance and ydhr support and we will see that you have a scoo1that any district would be proud of M V v- HeretpfonHCne practice pf a number ofscholars being ejxcused at 1130 ini tile xtornipg for the purpose of carry tsiqdinners etc hs been a source of great annoyance to the whple school and besides it makes it almost Impos sible for thdse so excused to keep up with their grades and to overcome this the board has decided Jon the fol lowing hours for opening and dismiss ingOpening P3Ua m noon recess 11510 a m to 100 pm dismiss 400 p m These hours will give all ample time who have to carrydinners and the di fferent teachers have lbeen instructed to accept no excuses during the regular school hours for this purpose or any other in their judgment not justifia bleEspecial attention is called to Sec 1521a Ky Statutes which requires all children between the age of seven and fourteen years not being physically disabled to attend some school in the district during each term Heretofore this district has not had sufficient room to enforce this law but this year lav- Ing ample room the board will be lia ble to ane if they do not enforce and each parent or guardian is also liable for each offencein case they fail to send their children in accordance to the law under the above section itfhe Board JippjSs to not live 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 Intent ipn td enforce to the letter John A Barry Chairman Marion Weatherbolt Secretary Board qf Trustes Cloverport Graded Common School DistrlctNo 1 The AttractionI TouristI must confess that I cant see why so ninny people wantto come hereno scenery no amusements no good things to eat absolutely no at tractions Innkeeper Xh signor zey oome because we aye ze gr ran label to stick on zp luggage Mexican Her ald i Civilization The upward sweep of civilization Is not unlike the rising of the incoming tide It advances und recedes but each j advance carries humanity to a higher altitude than It bad roadbed before BO Flower Insulting a Humorist Did yopwrlto this Joke I dhV + eahahar ifellKwhat are you UtithlarttJ IeHr I 04rJk 1J Cikiio I 01 II ONT lend this copy of the News Every time you give the paper away it is handicapped for greater success If your neighbor is not willing to pay two cents for his home paper you shouldnot do it for him unless he is a pauper CAsk your friends to subscri be tell your neighbor to and we shall appreciate your cooperation You may never tell us about your kindness toward the News but it will leak out Say a good word for your home paper it is like bread cast upon water will some wantjtheter than ever before EThe paper can not improve as long as the borrower lives next door to the subscriber Help us in our subscription campaign JOHN D BABBAGE WHO WILL Get The Piano To Be Given Away At Conrad Sippels Shoe Store Many Are Trying To Get It Now is the time to kill two birds with one stone buy all the shoes you need and at the same time get a piano free This can be done at Sippels shoe store in this city where so much interest Is being taken In the piano contestRead about the contest in his ad in this Issue of the News Go to the store and see the Instrument Big Crop On Tar Fork Chas TabeUng has 65 acres of corn and 18 acres red tobacco on his farm near Tar Fork He says it isthe best corn he ever raised and his tobacco is also good He says there Is a good average crop of both corn and tobacco in his section NATURE TELLS YOU AS Many a Cloverport Reader Knows Too Well When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all abo tit The urine is natures calendar Infrequent or too frequent action Any urinary trouble tells of kidney ills Uoans Kidney Pills cure all kidney illsPeople In this vicinity testify to this R G Pendleton Owensboro Ky tstlI suffered severely from disor dered kidneys pains and lameness in my back and frequent headaches There was also a stlfFneJs fir my neck find the kidney secretions were Tinnat ural and Irregular in passage I could hardly work and felt tired nearly all the time I at length procqred a box of Doans Kidney Pills and while I have not taken them strictly according to directions they have given me great relief Doans Kldnev Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Cof BuffaloNew York sole agents for the United StateS Remeabr thee nameDoausevand take no other vt V v Is Homesick Dear Mr Babbage IT After looking over an old Breckenrldgo News L find it is good medicine for home sickness so Ill send you 25 cents for a three months treatment Yours truly Chester Payne R F D Box 44 Chula Vista Cal I Hand Injured Mrs C D Harableton suffered the misfortune of breaking off a needle in the palm of heir 1left hand last wtek Her frleaSi Hope she will soon fini nW Sfrt IMPRESSIONS Of An Old TimerRev S C Bates Writes of His Visit To BreckIridge This Summer Dear Mr Babbage Having reached home after such delightful visit to the old home I think I will aSk you through your valuable columns to con vey a few thoughts to my friends It has been a good many years since I have spent as long a time in the county and I have never enjoyed a visit more thoroughly than I did this one Thera were some sad things Some of the old friends are gone Dr N wsqfn John Keith and my stepfather Samuel Muf fett had always been there when I made my visits The men of their generation are not many now A R Fisher is the only man in the same business that he was in when I left Clo verport In 1872 I spent a longer Urns in the old home than I had since I left it u boy The old house never looked so well as it does now and the kind ness shown me by John Jennings and his family makes me understandwhy Breckenridge County has always been famous for its good homes and its gen erous hospitality I had a picture made of the old home which I hope to keep as long as I live And I started a movement that I hope will result in keeping the family bury Ing ground In better condition The two best improved farms of my boy hood memory were those of my grand father Ben Bates and of Mr John Hardin Both have fallen into such de cay as to be scarcely recognized but many other places have been improved inappearanceThe Barbecue was a delight I had not been to any large gathering in the old town since the old fait 6n the hill whlcican only be remembered by i the oldest Inhabitants The barbecue was a success in every way especially- In the4ealure that appealed tome thatcof bringing together old friends lI net boyhood companions whom I hdnot met for years and may never meet again It was worth the cost of the trip to see two such splendid old peo pleas uncle Willis tjoell and his wife They have certainty learned how to growl old gracefullyj respected and l tbemeIbut I feel already a longing to get back oj for another summers rest meeting1 Ehm I l old friends walking over the hills and datcllinu the bass and bachelor out ot Clover Creek Sjncerely Yoursr 1 SiC Bates v- Marlon Ohio Sept 6l9lO r BIG Prices For Mules At Boughm ns big sale of mules in Lincoln county last week till records were broken in prices paid for mules A sucking mule colt at it mothers side brought 265t Mr Baughmans three year old horse mule Roman Noses brought 5195 A mars mule brought j50 The total sure says the Interior Journal of the Baughman sale was pO000 f These sales ought to be encouragUgr to mule raisers la this county What dscJ oeIn Beiw JJie- kdoftA1V ridrl 1 I te C 0 c l Y aqk h Y 6 Flygny J TAt KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FORC8SgsHSwls AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED a S IfiI Three new FourKoom HOUSESlo- catedwIk on h Ilighstreet in Irvington Kyon easy pay meats For information call on Dr L B Moremen 4W Also some good building lots near the College DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky 11 A Picture of j Father and Mother Haw it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky 1 1livery 1st and 3rd Tuesday and I Wednesday l I MiNslgstle t1s1t1s1s1t1tlatslslsitleltkle- bt1tU0FOR SALE I A nuinberofljFurms dif I foront Sizes and Prices IIfI The Bank of Hardinsburg I Trust Co rf- t7DgtstKKKttstfrdtttttttttttttetetstKKKKMK i I NEW I I Livery Stable i Stephensport Ky 7 New Rigs New Horses v t New Stable Open for the Public Near the Depot If you have nny riding or driving to do or iflYOU want Feed of any kindwe can furnish you We will handle Ice also Your atronnge willi be appreciated 6 I SMITH HANKS 5 i Proprietors 4 f Stephensport Ky j It r3 t78r3sa r r01 OVER 65 YEARS- EXPERIENCE Anyone uending aketch and dNortptlon mar qJllelll certain our otInlon e whether an bl patent t0mmanlc-anonsstrlotleo I d6ntIRl tIAN I OIl ism patntllaunUpedalnoNca wlthoatobareltgtbe s ScKUicjrcrjcaLA flewMeiereoilivNN COHI NIW Ynri veq0Ilol 0l5 J Bt Pal4agtoe As Yy Reprinted from an article by Theodore Roosevelt In The Outlook by specialI arrangement with The Outlook of which Theodore Roosevelt Is Contributing Editor Copyright 1910 by The Outlook Company All Rights Reserved In the Now York Evening Post of Friday August 26 there appeared In an editorial article tho following state ments I will make the corporations come to time shouted Roosevelt to the mob But did ho not really mean that he would make them come down with the cash to elect him as he did before For a man with Mr Roose velts proved record It Is simply dls gusting humbug Jor him to rant about the corporations upon whose treasur ers he fawned when he was president and wanted their money for his cam paign Does he think that nobody has a memory which goes back to the lifo insurance Investigations and that everybody has forgotten the 60000 taken from widows and orphans and added to Theodore Roosevelts polit ical corruption fund Did he not take a big check from the Beef trust and glad to get ItT And now he Is going to make the corporations come to time One can have respect for a sin cere radical for an honest fanatic for an agitator or leveler who believes that he Is doing Gods will but it Is hard to be patient with a man who talks big but acts mean whose ere Is always to the main chance politically and who lets no friendship no generosity no principle no moral scruple stand for a moment between himself and tho goal upon which he has set his overmastering ambition This champion of purity this roar ar for political virtue Iis tho man who was for years when In political life hand In glove with the worst political corruption lilts of his day who toaded to Platt who praised Quay who paid court to Henna under him as presi dent Aldrich rose to the height of his power always on good terms with Roosevelt it was Roosevelt who In 1906 wrote an open letter urging the reelection of Speaker Cannon against whom mutterings had then begun to1 rise it was Roosevelt who asked Har riman to come to the White House secretly who took his money to buy votes In New York and who after wards wrote to My Dear Sherman yes the same Shermanreviling the capitalist to whom he had previously written saying You and I are practical men The Evening Post Is sot In itself suf ficiently Important to warrant an answer but as representing a class with whose hostility It is necessary to reck on In any genuine movement for decent government It is worth while to speak of It There are plenty of wealthy people In this country and of Intellectual hangerson of wealthy peo ple who are delighted to engage In any movement for reform which does not touch the wickedness of certain great corporations and of certain men of great wealth People of this class will be in favor of any aesthetic movement they will favor any movement against the small grafting politician against the grafting labor leader or any man of that stamp but they can I y TheodoreRoosevelt Mendacious Journalism not be trusI1 the minute that tho reform assumes sufficient dimensions to Jeopardize so much of tho established order of things as gives nn unfair and Improper advantage to the great cor poration and to those directly and In directly responsive to Its wishes and dependent upon It Tho Evening Post and papers of the same kind and the people whose views thoy represent would favor attacking a gang of small bosses who wish to conltoi the Republican party but they would as the Evening Post has shown far rather I see these small bosses win than see a movement triumph which alms not merely at the overthrow of the small political boss but at depriving the corporation of Its Improper influence over politics depriving the man of wealth of any advantage beyond that which belongs to him as a simple American citizen They would be against corporations only after such corporations had been caught In the crudest kind of criminality I have never for one moment count ed upon the support of the Evening Post or of those whom it represents in the effort for cleanliness and de cency within the Republican party be cause the Evening Post would support such a movement only on condition that It was not part of a larger move ment for the betterment of social conditions But this it not all In the struggle for honest politics there la no more a place for a liar than there Is for the thief and In a movement designed to put an end to the dominion of the thief but little good can be de rived from the assistance of the liar Of course objection will be made to my use of this language My answer tis that I am using It merely jclentlH tally and descriptively and because no other terms express the facts with the necessary precision In the article in which the Evening Post comes to the defense of those in present control of the Republican party in New York state whom It has affected to oppose In the past the Evening Post through whatever editor personally wrote the article practiced every known form of mendacity Probably the Evening Post regards the decalogue as outworn but If It will turn to It and read the eighth and ninth commandments it will see that bearing false witness Is condemned as strongly as theft Itself To take but one Instance out of the many in this article the Evening Post says It was Roosevelt who asked Harriman to come to the White House secretly who took his money to buy votes In Now York and who afterwards wrote to My Dear Sherman yes the same Shermanreviling the capitalist to whom ho had previously written say ing You and I are practical men Not only is every Important statement in this sentence false but the writer who wrote It knew it was false As far as I was concerned every man visited the White House openly and Mr Harriman among tho others I took no money from Mr Harriman 8ft crauj ur openly to Duy votes or ror any othor purpose Whoever wrote tho article In tho Evening Post In question know that this was the foul est and basest Ho when ho wrote tho sentence for ho quotes tho same letter In which I had written to Mr Har rlman as follows What I have to say to you can be said to you as well after election as before but I would like to see you some time before I write my message I am quoting without tho letter before me but the quotation Is substantially If not vor bally accurate That statement in this letter to Harriman is of course on Its face absolutely incompatible with any thought that I was asking him for campaign funds for it Is of course out of the question that I could tell him equally well what I had to say after election If It referred In any possible way to getting money before election This GIs so clear that any pretense of misunderstanding Is proof positive of the basest dishonesty In whoever wrote tho article In question As a matter of fact when Mr Harrl man called It was to complain that tho national committee would not turn over for the use of the state cam palgn In which ho was Interested funds to run that campaign and to ask me to tell Cortclyou to give him aid for the state campaign Mr Cor telyou Is familiar with the facts In other words tho statement of tho Eve fling Post Is not only false and mall clous Is not only In direct contradic tion of the facts but Is such that ItI could only have been made by a man who knowing the facts deliberately Intended to pervert them Such an act stands on a level of Infamy with tho worst act ever performed by a corrupt member of the legislature or city official and stamps the writer with tho same moral brand that stamps the bribetaker I have seen only a telegraphic abstract of the article apparently containing quotations from It Practically every statement made In these quotations Is a falsehood To but one more shall I allude The article speaks of my having attacked corporations and referring directly to my Ohio speeches of my having sought to Inflame the mob and make mischief In those speeches the prime stand I took was against mob violence as shown by the labor people who are engaged in controversy with a corporation My statement was in effect that the first duty of the state and the first duty of the officials was to put down disorder and to put down mob violence and that after such action had been taken then it was the duty of officials to Investigate the cor poraUon and if it had done wrong to make it pay the penalty of its wrongs and to provide against the wrongdo tag in the future It is but another Instance of the peculiar baseness the peculiar moral obliquity of the Eve ning Post that it should pervert the truth in so shameless a fashion THEODORE ROOSEVELT Cheyenne Wyo August 17 1110 The Lash of a Fiend would have been about us welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a merci less lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes noth fug helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me com plete I never cough at night now Mi lions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lugs Ingrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly hud never fails to satis fy A trial convinces sOc 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guar anteed by Severs Drug Co House Increase 300000 Yearly Insurance statistic shaw flint It re quires 300000 now houses each year to iccommodnto the Increase In popula fLionI of the United Stntcs and 80000 none to replace fire losses QlcJII I 0 I 11 0JIQI 0JIf d Q Some Coal is Like Paper 0EQ d 0 d 0 n It catches fire quickly and burns up more n U quickly Resultthe minimum ofac U 0tual heat Some coal is like rock it will hardly catch fire at all o One Coal is The Happy Medium o THATS OURS It Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Heat IQ Q eJas 1VI Lewiso O pISaJelnt Jar Q THE HAPPY MEDIUM ii 001oO otcJ a o- y M Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 H7 II 1145 I H3 I 141 f148SI Dally I Dally Daily Dally L Dally Dally I Uilljr D2lpm440pms40um LvLOUIsVILL6Ar 7 isumia 60pra 7 40pm U53 8TKAWUEKUy r123b luaaoia IIY 2J i f5 09 f9 09 MEIJOUA 16 I f2 13 tr OS f5 IIfll 14 8TITE3 1IJo 12 07 tT 02 1517 KATIIUYN 11201 10 01 5 21 U 21 WEST POINT ii20 12 01 Ii SO f5 23 fP 23 IIOWAllI fll6sini 10 o4 15 31 f9 30 AltTLt S f1150 ta 413 j f5 37 t9 84 HOOK UAVKN Eli 45 ta11 15 43 fU 40 LONG 1WANCU fll 37 fU3J 5 52 I 49 UKANDENHUHQ 11 29 1125 5 50 fO 60 EKKON fll 21 1110 I 08 no 01 OUSTON 6 48 fit 13 a 03 1043 05025 1013 IRVINUrON h 41 11 05 I of fO 31 flO 10 Wh119rER f1057 1542 f03 flO 27 Loinuuua f 10 48 til 34 ffl 40 MYSTIC UU 41 f5l f037 SAMPLE flO 87 c 24I 59 10 44 STEIHENSIOIIT 101 614 f702 MO 48 ADDISON 1f510t7 04 flu 60 HOL1n HO 19 U os 0 a m 11 SO 115 11 00 OLOVKHtOIlT SHOPS 4 67 10 07 4 51Ilj 815 f 12 f7 28 8ICILLMAN fSSaT isaZ ra 04 IJ LI ii 45 7 37 1118 IIAWESVILLE 4 38 0 43 436 7 5J 021 C f743 PEllUE 1837 f74V In 3 11 50 ADAIR 1132 1737 ta 40 7 50 fll 37 LEWISPOHT 023 f4 17 78II 4j f8 05 WAITMAN fe 17 n 23 II 63 s 14 ell 40 MAOEO 9 08 M 04 71T t103 f8 24 PATES f800 f7 01 i DUTCH 713 IS Tam S85 1210pm iloiVENSHOKOi = 750 I 1845 345 665 8 40 CONWAY 121 IS 49 JIATTINOLY R fS 30 cIa4lt131 f8 53 GRIPKITHI f8 r5 11337 133 f8 57 f2 27 STANLy fS 22 f3NO 031 140 tll 03 nNEWMAN f3 15 ftt 2 7 4a fO 10 REED f807 f02t f7 rM f9 10 HEALS f801 10 IB 7 fill 018 8POTTSVILLE 758 1311 8 10 fO UA8KKTT 752 f307 613f82i 1 30 0 42 I 03 IIENDEU80N 3 00 7 39 a 55 5 155 10 15 13e EVANSVILLE 235 710am 230 740um740pm 8 34 am t STLOUISI900pm10 IIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT =STOP f StiLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop nt 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 LinefWest Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1st Class 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONS I MIxedDIetcSundaylOpmf6f709 5 55 s1135 Garfield s038 s2C7 1030 f720 607 M140 Harned f920 f2371015s7 23 019 sll 4D Junction s922 s22C 8734 610 lls4Hm HardlnsburgsO17 s210 6741 027 13 Olpm Junction S9ll B2 00 1010 fyoO 6 37 f1208 Kirk1003 145 1001 1757 045 1215 McQuady 1850 f120 954 s8 10 0 59 s2 27 OI ndcane18 45s100sSlO 7 OU sl2 36 i Dempster 8836 s245 943 936C83 I 931f8341842 7 30 f12 50 Oaks 28f818s849 736 tit pm flIlmItchsb 15 sl2 Os 9158 55pm 75U Fordsvllle 12 Olpm glO 330 ARLINGTON 545 905 lottnoBetween Dempster and falisIofRoughtJi1flD Second I First FirstTIMe TABLeFirst Plrrt Second I Glass Class Class Class 25ThIs Time Table went 3224 Z6 lntoeffect5undayJunoMixed Passenger Pllenlter Mixed wodneagunlrldyOon 12 15 12 30 8 40 mIm 1a5pm 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 If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us atonce for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want It and let introduce the who the yollareWe recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 11 you want cash for your property send price and description at ones and togetherThisenablingbuyersJno D Babbage CQCfY 67 acres 3K miles north of Hard RrandepburJroadtorImprovements tobaccoInformationC 2 upacrpfl 2 miles from Ouaton wenwatered toardsfroI I roomdwetllnlfgood barns b rnan tenant house and cistern back In the field meat and hen house plentyotsmallfruit addressJoe67 ACRE FARM 5 room cottage hall and porch In good repair good fstall stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat applespeaches eastofIllgbSchool2 weetotrcultivation nelghborboodlplonty dwelllngThe Mandolin Club Irvlnffton has a Mandolin Club with the following members Misses May Alexander Katherine Wimp Eliza Piggott Ruth Marshall Ila Payne Guedry Bramlette and Mamie Ash craft Mrs Louis Jolly is their ac complished director and the club is one of credit For the Best results try News Want A4 hOUSNPlentgood land to clear Price 13000 H cash purposeaj iblnedwholeienqthorexchange Tonaeellper COR LEA farm containing 960 acres and offpr31l5lbaroaoknautpeachtreesI nicevlnyardI balance In woods 1116 acres In grass several poetsIConrI01longby rdruggttandphysician the place for some young physician to step eandaRooddrugbusinessAn retireisparticularsloyportCourse In Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Nor mal school offers a practical course of study In Elementary Agriculture De monstration and actual work done ofa school farm Teachers will kayo aa op portunity to prepare for teaching the subject Great ppportujiUfos Differed xpectt6ftfaxtarlt1gal1Ce f MdnYi JI Green Ky I 5 rv i- Yr p t 4 f I rrd 0 R Fine AwayInI ii By Conrad Sippel the Cloverport Shoe Man How it is Done- We have purchased Goto Piano like the illustration manufactured by the Cute Piano Company of Fall River Mass andwill give this piano to the person or society securing the greatest value in certificates given with purchases made at this store These certificates range in denomination groin 5 cents to 1000 and are given to customers in amounts equal to the amonnts of their purcbases The piano will bo given away June 30 1011 and will cost the ono receiving it absolutely nothing We do this in order to show the citizens of this community our appreciation of their trade and to induce new customers to trade hero There o will be absolutely no advance in prices in fact the prices on some ttllines will bo lower than usual because during this contest we will put on special sales of goods at reduced prices We arc going to make this contest interesting to everybody and want allof our regular customers to bring their friends to the store We want everybody to come in and examine the piano Of Interest to EveryoneV All the people in this community should take an interest in this piano contest The piano belongs to the public and it is for the public to decide who shall receive it It would be a splendid instrument for a school or Sundayschool It would he a proud and imposing addition to any lodge room There are also many young ladies who have musical ability who are worthy of possess lug this piano but we do not wish to attempt to include nilot the possible persons to whom the piano could be given because we want the matter to be decided by the public Certificates Transferable i If you do not want to efiter the contest yourself you can transfer your certiGicates to any friend or anyttsociety in which a Ji iI the is to be away you the who it once to you will not only own the of friend or some to 1 iis t r1- ittki 1Jt x T Jv Held overfrom last week fpi Miss B Ada Drury left for Louisville t Sunday after spending the summer months here with her sister Mrs RB jgCs Mrs J C Payne and daughter JMV V Susie Thomas have returned from P visit to where she wa vthe guest of her mother Mrs Mary Helton- w James Owen Cunningham will leave shortly for Beechmont where he willI l Jlpe a student this year J r Mr BpHn und little daughter returned the last of the week t from a two weeks stay in Fordsville 1 AB Suter of Highland Park i f X spending a few days here with friends Mrs Walker Myrtle who has been in the city for several days the guest o Misses Mary and Anna Crahan has re turned to Horse Branch Miss L B McGlothlan has gone to to spend a week with friends Harold Turner of Louisville was the guest of his aunt Miss Mary Cornwall last week Miss Maud Tale returned the first off if the week to Vine Grove after being theIs guest of Miss Eula Neafus Mr and Mrs Will Husk and childreni left Friday for Evansville after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Bolin v The annual family dinner given by the Misses Greenwood at their country home was held last Monday Coverst laid tor Miss Annetta Seward whO has beenIi visiting Miss Claire Jolly for the past month will leave for her home at Rus sell ile sometime this week E H Ashcraft left Saturday night for Minot North Dakota where he has Electric Bitters fadeInteedFOR9l kiip nrP ever old ever 6 a crr J oW v H rST u n p accepted a position as assistant cashier in the Citizens Bank of which H H Kemper president Mr Ashcraft isa fine young man and eve wish him much success in his adopted state Miss Nell Dempster of Glendeaae will arrive Friday for a visit to Miss Susie Bandy Mrs G W Brite and son Wilbur 1left for Lewisport Friday after being- S the guests of Mr and Mrs O F Brite for a few days Mr and Mrs George Roederer and Miss Stella of Louisville have been visiting Mr and Mrs H J Krebs Mrs G H Woolfolk arrived her Thursday from Chester Penn to be the guest of her sisterMrs S P Parks for several days sMiss Ella Robertson of Guston is visiting her sister Mrs Albert Ash craft this week fMr and Mrs Jno Nevitt entertained Monday evening at their elegant coun try home near Basin Spring in honor of their guests Miss Willie Hill o f Paris Texas and Miss Nellie Livers o Marshall Texas The house was thrown open for dancing and was attractively decorated with a quantity ofgolden glow and potted plants The party was one of the charming hosplfr alities of the home and about thirty five guests enjoyed the evening Miss Cecil Dix has returned to phensport after a visit to Mrs Bate Washington and other friends The girl friends of Miss Nellie Smith tendered her a delightful birthday sur prise Monday afternoon in the form of a tennis party on Miss Willa Drurys court were furnished by the young ladies and most delight fully served on the lawn the chief table decoration being a most beautiful angel food loaf we promised not included Misses Nellie Smith Willa Drury Evelyn Herndon Lida and Nannie McGhee Carrie D Frakes Eva and Mabel Claudia Mag gie and Susie Bandy And B Ada Drury Mesdames C C Smith Lonnie Dbwell Nora Board 0 F Brite Nellie Mar shall and Mrs K B McGlothlan Mr and Mrs E S McAfee were the I week end visitors of Mr and Mrs H 4 G Yeager Cloverport The children services held every Just week at the Baptist J church by the pastor Rev Charles R j Sbepard were successful in point of attendance nnd spiritual t aril were productin of much good r- 1i l h CUT THIS OUTSEND IN TODAY COUPON CONRAD SIPPELII wish to nominate as a candidate in your Piano Con test I understand this is merely a nomination not a vote and does not obll gate me in any way Name Date Address Miss Hannah Beard of and Lelia Hillsman of Livermore were visitors of Mrs W J Piggott this week Mrs Jennie Callaway returned urday from a stayof three weeks with relatives at Smiths Grove If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour ought to use Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause break downs You cant over tnx stomach out danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electric flitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E- Van de Snide of Kirkland Illwrites That I did not break down while en duringa must severe htraiu for three months id due wholy to Electric Bit ters Use them Bud enjoy health and guarf Held over from last week Miss Mar Shaeklet of visited Miss Ora Hendrick several days lust week Miss Walker of Stithton visited Miss lassie Kendall last wetk Miss Stella Wright has been in Louisville for some time has returned Esther Payne and Cecil of Mss Nina Hardin I of Lodiburg visited Miss Maye Bandy last week Dr T J Hendrick is bulldnfg a large stock barn t Muu Rosh Newton of Cloverport in visiting Miss V Mrs Hugh McGavock to dinnner Sunday severall of her friends Miss Uettie Baumaii of Louisville is the guest of her Brother Mr June Bau man MIS Mdttingly who has been guest of her daughters Mesdaiues Payne Compton has returned toM ooley ville J C Crutcher has just returned from Texas where he has been Ju inteitit of real estate He says n crpps of ell kinds are growing fine owing to the abundance oT rainfall bites Side hertz oJ Fordsville sad I 1 p- l Willn Hardinslmrg entertained visitors until when an things J to at Miss entertained honor wire Oklahoma is this returncu from you You in a do Homo one else a great deal of good by trading this store Piano Guaranteed Tho manufacturers guarantee this instrument for a long term of years It a instrument measuring 1 ft 9 in in 5 2 in in and weighs boxed for shipment over 800 Ibs The finest materials and most expensive workman ship produced in the instrument excellent in tone power and appearance The very beautiful installed in thousands of tho best homes conservatories and religious institutions in the land and well and favorably recommended by leading women and insti teachers and excellent judges of instruments Ask see the portfolio containing these order that everyone may have to his her desire as to who tho regardless of whether not the trade at store our desire that everybody make of the nominating nominate tho of his her choice and send the as soon as We will a list these but of course unless tho certifi cates which only those who pay cash for voted the nomination will not effect tho disposi tion of tho but will merely show preference and givo the sumo opportunity Who Will PianoRemember Piano given someone and participate decision as will Commence collect certiticates and advance interests but interests some society which you belong Remember The Piano Given Absolutely Free SIPPEL The Shoe Man CLOVERPORT KY IRVINGTON fMcGlothlan Hardinsburg 4rtjteba Hardinsburg twentyfive femaleweakneuer YiLIVERANI Kistner lovely Ste Refreshments bearingbut RuestsstMcGlothlan afternoon awakening NOMINATION Hardinsburg Sat you witheserious WEBSTER Brandenburg homeMisses Stephenposrt VeraMcGavock entertained Panhandle interested therefore position educational musicians Nominate Someone possible nominations securedand Get Theshould receive CONRAD f I l CashierlLIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 SKILUIAN Asst RELIABLE BRECKINRJDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has through three and paid every legitimate claim its full amount den and Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe to do Business 3 cent onlTimelDeposifs DIRECTORS A B Skillman Lightfoot W Bowmor Jno Jarboe Sldllman A L lV L r T r L L r EVERY FARMER=well as every business have a bank WHY Because Your money safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying your bills by check tho simplest and most convenient vc Your check becomes voucher for the debt pnys It gives you better standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens credit bank account helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank a record of business those desiring Banking Connections with Old Established Bank we our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg t 14 V4 AJ Miss of are the guests of the Misses Cal den Mrs Garden Saturday evening in honor of her Games were ten oclck of good were E rvedI Mr and Mrs C Crutcher were in Louisville Friday attend the funeral of Richard Norris Mrs Wni Hall and son Rastus visiting friends and relatives Stiles this week Maye Bandy Wed nesday in ofjher visitors music and refreshments enjoyed by all lIr Sato Dugau of Walter visiting friends and relatives c community Draue lies r J rY dr I i f are are to at is large sized height ft length ready have Cote an case design This piano is is public men tutions other musical to recommen dations In a chance express or should have piano or our it is use coupon to ono or it to store keep of are given to goods are final your others to in to at your Jas were who Dix the F L T Cashier THE OLD passed panics to on Place per Conrad Simons F L II C 01 K Fisher r As man should account is is method a it a your A teaches book is your To an extend Ky Cuambliss enjoyed abundance are evening in is piano Wtst Vicw where he has been nt the bedside of els brother Vernon who isi quiet ill Mr C B English Pres nod Henry Dandy Secy of the Old Bachelors Club have been chosen as delegates to attend the Old Maids Convention to be held at Irvington next week Mrs T J Heudrick and son Frank visited Eula Nobler at Cloverpoit Sun dayBorn to Mr aid Mrs Idd Tomer a fine girl If the best is not too Rood for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to u- seChllrrn Cry FOR FLETCHER = ASTORlA j 0 r Bruners Plan Adpted iAt a meeting of the directors of The Farmers Bank of Hnrdinsburg 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 Biliousness Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sallow Liver needs waking up Doana Regiilets cure bilious at s tricks 25 cents at any drug store NOTICE Please do not ask Vs to publish cord of thanks resolutions or obltuarlM free Jao Di Bab11 0 e Tlr 1 II r t4M H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO b BABBAGn SONS PUBLISHING CO = Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPOET KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 14 1910 tr M Subscription Price 100 a year in advance GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate 01f 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES churgcd for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino mono in advance- sExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct plen- aa notify us- When ordering a change in tho address subscribers should give t their old as well as their new address Democratic Ticket r For Appellate Judge WARnI N E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOUNSON Wo Imvo font out about two hundred notices this week for rc nowalsfor Sopkiiibor subscription Wo know nil of thoso people personally to whom they go They know us Now friends you know our systole and toruis and wo hope Unit you will respond at onom and ronow your subscription before it is dropped front our list AVo delight in sending the paper to those who want it enough to pay for it and wo cannot afford to HOIK it to those who wont renew theii subscriptions no matter how good friends they are Wo hope thai everyone of those two hundred subscribers will continue with us f When you send us your renewal any suggestion you out make for the buttormont of the paper any piece of news will bo appreciated Lot us hear from you today tcc == raIt STOKI14S WIUTTKXI r 4 While The Press Thunders 11Y IOUISH JYi School opened Monday rind the slates rind pencils hava been sot to work by finow Wo Aro glnd tho lUlu tots have two now rooms to make thorn moro comfortable Va sincerely trust thnt this will be the belt year of their train tag and thnt they will not be intorupt i Ledin ntiy way from their school duties A few children have interests outside of school that detracts their minds from study one Is thntosonll business Several of the small girls last year ran the streets continually after school hours and between sessions taking orders for soap It was not at all necessary and it was source of annoy nnce to their friends These children nave parents who provide for them well and it Is surprising they are per mitted to tramp the streets to sell soap There is no disgrace in peddling soap i but there is a humiliation about it that rsachild should not beI allowed to suffer If there were n fortune in soap peddl j lug or needed bread and meat und clothing for the child who dues it the matter woud be different Hut there I is nothing in the soap business for the little girl except a cheap premium and disappointments from those W1O do not take rters If a family must ped die soap to keel up may the father or mother d it and stay the little girl be kept bus + it ii ote until the ire old I enough for ie business world I Clara Dye vis our iieM iron Sat tudiv until Miu y morning town the left lor Villmore Kentucky to accept a- 1oiti11I with Ashhwrv ColleRe She i nrrivei here from Philpot the home of i her hrllt her and skater l r anti Mrs Harris where she has bees visiting since liar rotucu front abroad Early last June Clara loft with Miss Miller of Baltimore formerly of Owonsboro for Iaris lFranco to spend three months studying music and to make arrangements with the French teachers for n correspondence music course for this winter Tier Cloverport friends have noted with delight the progress that she has made in the musi cal world and as Mr Julius Nolte said Ion nycClnrns accomplishments seems to be a pride of the town II It is good to see a girls efforts appreciated by her home folk and this was true of Clara for she was busy all day Sunday receiving congratulations from her friends and those of her father Uvery spare minute of her time while in Kurope was spent in seeing the interesting places of the old country She visited the Passion Play which is held every ton years at Oberammergau The village anti people captivated Clara possibly the four thousand visitors there were equally as charmed Six hundred characters all who lire in Oberammer guru wuru in tho play Anton Lung and his wife having the parts of Christ and Marv Anutiull these two persons of course keen interest was cantered for Mary is so strangely beautiful and Anton Lang iis a mn who stands alone in tho world This year Is the lust time he wilt take part in the play on account of his advanced e and tho rest of his life will be tit voter d to his shop wheie he makes pottery from which he has realized a comfortable living Six thousand dollars is the salary paid him by the Passion Play company n very meager sum for an actor Oberammergau is a unique place I f Extra Special TrainII II TO Louisville and Return VIA Li H St L RailwayS- tate Day September 15th at Kentucky State Fairy Leavo Cloverport G a m arrive Louisville 845 return nig leaves Loulavillo 6 p in n 300 round trip with return limit Sept 1 9th i The homes there nrc quaint aa can b- On the outside of them are large pictures painted in panels and the in terior of all the houses are nil so prett and curious Listening to Clara tell about her ex periences her earnest work and her pleasant diversions kept one spellbound but made us feel Europe is not so far away as we thought when we were at school together studying the big geography Louisville Market Report Louisville Sept 6 1010 Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 1G97C CornNo2 white 6l 83eEggs Market steady case count 20 candled 2122- PoultryUens 11 per Ib roosters 7c young chickens 15 ducks lOci turkeys 14c Calves Ma ket steady best fSM 8 50 medium 600 Q 800 cotmhoi f5CO II 600 Lnnibs Market qui t The bes brought 0 00 Q 6 SO seconds 4 50n 500 rolls 13 50 Q 3 75 Hogs Market ruled steady to a dime liightr although some other markets were lower selected heavy hogs WO Ibs and up 040 105 and 200 Ibs 9s lights and good pigs 90 to His Ibs Us5 light pigs 8509G5 roughs 850 down Market closed about stonily with all sold Local dealers are paying the follow ing prices New potatoes 8150 bbl apples fo5250 bbl onions j100 bbl ooo yoo oQ AUNTIES PIE 2 ProBtdtnt Tatt traveled seventy five miles to cut some or his Aunt pieXAM ne r lirror ho sped t Floe frenry tu i t r Tile illlloB behind have swiftly tied Vet still hell on the fly Does some real danger to the note Y I iWhyWith some ot aunties po c Ills haughty nostrils now distend fHo gives u happy cryPtar away his journeys end d lrt10Ulh odors l of memory ho bring nil still tbo It IIlghii I old auntlos mince th apple green not IIOC dried i ns Ito gold oan buy llemon ornnborry beside The ponchs sweet supply iIlls fancy sees tho punkln come And abort though his wheels aro still Ho chuckles Yum Just pass meQ come OJ Dear auntie of thnt pie heartQQ Ills tariff may not touch tho nut when his taco wo spy 5VoFor viewing that first citizen S- Vo of tho cities wearied men Are happy hungry boys again f- All facing atmtlos pie John OKeofe In New York World A A oo ooooc o d REMAINS OF CULTURED NEGRO EMPIRES FOUND Runic Signs Found In Unknown Ruins In Sudan Thnt powerful negro empires of great size and some culture existed in the Sudan before the while races en lend Africa IIs the conviction of n French scientist MI Xcltnor who reports In Ln Nature on the results of his nrclincoloplrnl Investigations In the basins of tilt rivers Niger nnd Senegal1 Within a trlmijrlo formed by the towns of Timbuktu Kayos and Bamako ho locutpd ontwo archaeologi rat deposits constating of ruins of un known rUles M Xeltnpfs most Interesting finds were niiule In onvos on lie upper Son opal Iloro an nbuiuUucc of runje signs and drawings was found traced on rocks ThtY were similar In char aster to those discovered In South Af rican caverns The writings have some resemblance to those signs found on Hiiciont ruins farther eastward In the Sahara desert aud aro believed by M Xeltner to bo related to the pros out Tunrep alphabet The diacororte dado bavo yet to b thoroughly tndlod M Zeitnor think that the air Inwoiorhal 1 exploration of th1 Afrlrnu continent Is yet In Its In tan y unl will lmi tlos jJMd rdlugl rvuli la eo hlbhtuJ the ad vanced state ut davetoprrent attalnrl by the lblip k nitcs In early UmaR Tickling the Debtors John Barrett wars only tweutysovpn years old when President Cleveland npiwluted him minister to SInm The first important task which confronted the youthful envoy was to press a claim nsralnst the Siamese government for 1000000 Experienced ambassa dors warned him npnlnst using threats In obtaining the money Be cunning avoid arrogaiut they said That Is responded MrI IJarrctt you favor tickling with a straw to pricking with a bayonet The statesmen nodded assent When the young minister had finally succeeded in collecting be claim the ambassadors asked in astonishment How did you accomplish t2 By tickling cjcplalncd Barrett 00 I bad to tickle them almost to death though before they agreed to pay It T B Henderson and The County Convention Tkt Brkw lGrsaadtrp Sckeel Aseeciati at its eat an 0 0eL 0 ocFQ An Automobile Opportunity ro oe- U for Live OnesU ev arsees swWc ore opening agencies for E M F and Flanders cars in every county in this State and will close up this county soon We O take this method of letting the wideawake people of this county RA1IDBllS W N Y I Flanders 20 The 1910 Sensation o A four cylinder 20 H Pcor Equippedwith magneto oil lamps and generator for 75000 fo b factory seating two and 79000 o fo b factory seating four llboo 0 0 outomobiJe- agency The pricesU evenrunning climbing fourcylinder Studebaker Automobile Co LOUISVILLE 0Jfr 1rco coIII IL A Dollar Saved is Dollar Earned If Are Your Dollars Earning You You can safer non of deposit BANK If CLOVERPORTwith the compounded semiannually and of payingyour bills by you have of AN ACCOUNT WITH USA 011eIIU wantsUa I1700 QomJ2JIco Uc nual convention held at Irvington passer the following very reso lutionResolved That Iho county send Bra- T B Henderson to the next Inter national Convention at San Francisco May 1011 and that each school in the county take up a collection by the last Sunday in September to in defraying his expenses This action was taken in recognition of his faithful and efficient service both to the church and- Sundayschool Possibly a few words in regard to his life and labors would be appropri ate T B Hendersonis 62 years old He joined the church in early life and has been actively engaged in church and Sundn3 school work the greater part of his life Has been of his church for 30 years and has made a record he may well be proud of In all of these years he has never failed but once to the amount in full for the support of the preacher and has not been absent from more than five quarterly conferences Has been Superintendent of the school at for 24 years and has done good and faithful work has one among the best schools in the county and not large pays more to ihiGlite Association than any school in the county For n number of years has been actively engaged in Association work wns fiveyears president of flaw leyville This he considers the best years work of his life Under his presidency the district was said by E A Fox to be the banner district of the State He is serving his fifth year RS county president and has made good in this office by personal work private correspondence and through the press of the county he Is doing more work than has ever been done before in other words he has thrown his whole soul into the wurkI1e has attended almost all the district conventions in the county for years to help the dis trict 9fficers in their work tJe has done all he could to fit himself for the duties of the places of trust whiclrhe bas been called on to fill We we can truthfully say he has given more time to church and Sun work than any roan in the and has given liberally of his means Some may think he has had quite a good deal of time that his own busines did not require but that is not true this work has been done at the sacrifice of his own business We feel sure you see that the action of the con ventionwas a fit expression of the any pieciation felt for such unselfish lov Ingservlce We surest that all Schools that have not taken this collection do so at the first opportune their preaching day and just before preaching hour We are sure the preacher will gladly help in the matter This will necessi tate an extension of time which we think to do We ask the churches ta with the schools in rats ing also all who believe in V1 t rmii zt eho+ t1e cswuty If there are any who do not 1j fi t r1 lt know that it is by quick action tilto secure the most voluabe in the United States The E M F factory iit the largest automobile factory in the world and produces more cart than any other factory in the world The E M F and Flanders cars are recognized being alone in their class Ifyou are looking for an opening that willafford you profit and form the basis of n prosperous continuous busi ness let us hear from you im mediately either wM 30 A car that automobile in half A H silent itive speedy car magneto lamp equip ment complete Full Q- senger touring body in blue for 125000 fob factory 1 IT WOULD BE BEST TO WIRE Q LOUISVILLE BRANCH DANIEL T PATTON Manager KY o cr ot = oci01 Q1c 0 l oJ 1 a For Ifj findno better investment than a certificate in the- o I interest no better limn cheek wboioby always a record OPEN QI I a0 III IQj appropriate assist Steward raise Webster = think dayschool county cooperate possible posC payment 50 MEN NEEDED AT ONCE 50 Steady work Good Accommodations Quarry of the KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY ICings Landinjr Meide County H TOMPKINS Superintendent llW WJIThe Last Call1I11III iR Lf 1I IIThere will be a meeting of FarmI and Tobacco Growers next I Tuesday Sept 20 1910 I IIto hear and learn of the progress of I the Burley Pool of 1909 and to con sider the pooling proposition for I1910 vr I The Hon1Joel FortL meetII8j Burley Society is also expected to Ibe present This is positivelyi the l last call for pooling If you are fi byII I meetinggD I Chrm I i Breckenridge County Board n Sl want to contribute through the church send contribution direct to of the undersigned With very little cfloUt We terha wticelsltritI J 1 Y1 p I t E F cut U 30 P hill 1 i With and five pas hand some ll way while several time wen Ky ers iJiiI in 1lJ your raised in the near futurei 1v J Pirgottjy1nktan Ky 1L Clayeemtiv ebster Icy D = Ky fr IcW 10W i r a r- F a 11C1u t A Reliable o r T RemedY i Elys Cream Balm Iit quickly absorbed Ogres Reliel at Once It cleanses soothes rotcctso t fromwaway a Cold jn tho Head quickly He t stores tho Senses of DrngO gists or by Inllquill Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York 1 it She Breckenridge News k o fWEDNESDAY SEPT 141910 RUE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 0VorPrecinct and city Offices 200 e For County Offices 600 For State and District Offices 150 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line I For All Publications in the inter- estC of individuals or expression of individual views per line II- b 10 1tSS1A7R7RAAAAAASiAAiIAitAl1A +1AAA ti i Local Laconics J fit tktiytAA4Ar0AAitiCiCllAi7AAAI6AAkai O iiL Mrs Dillon is ill of tonsUitis Barney Hall spent Sunday in Cannel ii ton fp c Emmett Sippel is in Louisville this frlveekJohn I Storms of Cftnnelton was here ISundayIMinnie Embry has returned from Addisonfe Wick Moorman is visiting iin Kvyersailles W Mrs Price Graham is attending the State Fair Hl1 Dr J Byrne Severs was in Louis vlHe last week Miller e Black has the best meat the cleanest IIJullanBrown want good shoes hey from 9- i Mr and Mrs Walter Graham have 1a gone to Louisville Wm Ramsey of Whitesv le is visit Ing Ed Morrison = Orders for meat promptly filled by r t t Miller C Black t Miss Mayme DeHaven has returned l it from Greenfield ti Telephone to Miller Black for 9t meatThe best jjMiss Julia Fella of Addison is here + attending school Dr McDonald went to Louisville r Monday on business Mrs Graham lolly and children spent JGi last week in Tell City Mrs HL Stader is in Louisville the rs guest of Mrs Burt Muir Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison and children are in Louisville r Miss Hazel Holder is visiting Miss Inez Gregory in Louisville John Black arrived last week from J Ik Louisville to visit relatives A Harold Gregory and Mr Lawson of Sundayl Kitiche oe spent Saturday here j T Franklin Kincheloe of Hardinsburg 4l rwas in the city Saturday Miss Ella Smith has been visiting CityNl Rev J W Hughes of Kingswood I preached at Rome Ind Sunday p Miss Blondina Ball of Chenault is j the guest of her sister Mrs Jordan Bring me your eggs and I will pay you 21 cents per dozenJulian Brown Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough has returned home from Owensboro Virgil Babbage has returned to Lex ington to the University of Kentuky June Lawson of Lewlsport was the guest of Miss Susette Sawyer Sunday Dr Hillary Boone and his mother Mrs Hayes are visiting in Hod gens ville W M Moorman has arrived here from Vanzant and has a position at the shops t Mrs Viola Jackson and daughter Miss Rachel are attending the State FairiBuy your flour from me at 05 cents patentJullanIBrown attendedUthe Bankers Convention in Louisville 0this week Postmaster Leonard Oelze is in Lou isville attending the Postmasters Convention Mrs Hoffious Behen and daughterI Marion have returned rom ITawesville JI Adams Cooper arrived here from Irv ington last week to accept a position at the shops C Brabamlt will be at his studio in Cloverport this week and at Irvington nest Tuesday Wm Tabeling of Witchita Kansas has been visiting his brothers and sis ters ut Tar Fork Mr and Mrs Chas Bates of Philadelphia will arrive this week to visit Mr R A Pate Misses Lucy and Lena Smith of Can nelton were the weekend visitors of friends and relatives here Mrs Reuben Marlow and children of St Louis are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs L D Bowlds Mr and Mrs Chas Elder of Steph ensport were visiting his brother Felix Elder at Henderson last week Frank Sterrett and daughter Miss Jessie Sterrett of Mo have been tie guests of Mrs John C Jarboe Miss Jennie Hardin of Brandenburg and Mrs Hillary Hardin of this city are guests of Mrs Emma Hardin W W Lamar a successful farmer of Hancock county was the guest of Miss Josie Sahlie Saturday and Sunday Mrs Crenshaw who has been visiting her daughter Mrs David Phelps has returned to her Home in Versailles Ollie Pate soh of Mr and Mrs For rest Pate who has been sick for sev eral days with malaria fever is better Buy your shoes from me and get your moneys worth and two dollars and fifty cents in gold on the side Julian Br wnII Mr and Mrs Glasscock of this city left Saturday afternoon for Leitchfield to see his mother wheels ill of typhoid feverMrs Frank Mattlnglv arrived home from Princeton this week after a visit to her brother who will leave soon for FloridaWm White has returned to Winchester to college after spending a pleasant vacation with his mother Mrs Emma Skillman Miss Taura Grisker of Campbells ville who has been spending the sum mer at A F Newmans went to Stan ley Saturday to visit relatives Mr Cerf of Louisville the popular grocery man was here Wednesday Mr Cerf has just returned front hIs vAcation Iin Benton Harbor Mich and Milwau kee Ben Davis Cloverports old reliable cleaner anti Presser will make oldI clotnes look like new ones Is still lo c ted in the rear of Dr Lightooto- ffice Hall Frank seem to have the livery business all going their way in Hard insburg Good and prompt service at a reasonable price is what catches trade- innnyline I IV G Babbage claim agent Collects notes accounts and bills of all kinds on reasonable terms Draws contract- and takes acknowledgements to all deeds mortgages etc I Mrs J T Smith of Hardinsburg and three children Jesse Georgia May i and Mary Emma a beautiful little girl i baby were enroute to Louisville Monday to visit her sister Mrs S D Mc Gill and take in the state fair Attorney V G Babbage who has had iu charge the matters of S J Brown for several weeks has about effected a compromise with all the cre ditors Mr Brown announces that he will resume business the 17th BIG SPRING Rev B F Orr of Brandenburg who assisted in the meeting last week re turned home Saturday Ms ChArlie Barnett of Evnnsville is the guest of MIH W A Ilyiies Rev King preached his last sermon Sunday fur the conferem yeAr We will ba gladj to have him returned MissenMnggle and Mnuil Scott have returned front vine Grove rIisl Xelum D other is in oulsville this week Mr anti Mrs Raymond Moorman of Louisvile spent two dnys with his parents recently Mr end Mrs Clarence Barley of Hod genvillc were the guests of Mrs Lilly Scott S iiurt ay stud Sunday Miss Ierih Meador who has bern viditnig her sister bop F C WilliKUis of Weft Point for n month will return home Wednesday J II Hr elI of Vine Grove spent Friday night with his sister Airs Casey Hartied and llerbeit Hush of lUllar ived Saturday for a visit to their pat ents Mrs Will Miller returned to Hodgen yule with Mr and Mrs Hailey Miss Elaiior Scott nod Mr Mae Heck Ctl of Vine Grove were the guests of StnclyIIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the lour you ought to use Oil of the Porpoise The porpoises killed In winter arc the fattest mid produce most oil The largest size measure about seven feet In length live feet iu girth and weigh about 300 pounds Such a porpoise yields from six to seven gallons of oil The blubber of 11 big porpoise weighs about 100 pounds and Is one and u half Inches thick In summer and two in winter The Jaws of the porpolso yield n superior quality of oil When hung up In the sun It readily drips- away Into cans provided for the purpose Ithe quantity of oil thus procured however being not more thou half a pint to the Jaw The oil from the blubber gives un excellent light curd Is in demand ninny Ithe coast fur lighthouse use IIt luis no offensive odor I 4 F n t I ti 4 I C c y + 16crfiCC 3c ftS + 1m Wrts ftI i +z + Wauled Girl or Middle Aged Woman uJANTIUAgIrinrmlddlnugedledytodos IIvoWillWPaynef For Sak Groceries and Confectioneries COU +lALRMy entire stock of Groceries1 nnd infuitlonerlBS runt storo room for runt C k IU Slupul Ciovurport ICy For Sale Machinery FUR SALTtit very low prices ore SO horsepower VllllrSItL rllltlOIl engine ontIIT one11eCormfek onerengineOttoAddresCoRawesvllColored Post Cards Free colored Post Cards Ireo Not rhoap trash sendtrooe rdlallJsendyoutheItmlmufllcturersYOUsundposterAddresst2JOItocliesterWhen you write mo I wilt toll you how to tltoweenThanksgiving For Sale Baled Hay mvcloClovorporrIyFor SaleA Good Farm Fon livetownform liubbngealoyorportly1 For SaleScholarship 1 HowlingGrru11 NawsOloverllOrt i For SaledillF- OBSAIICllnher Tructlon KiiRlno tl InnVnrholFor Sale Farm FUR S4LfrA farm and growing crop onII IIIIIlVdot I I For Sale Hank Stock poll SALE iSlx shares First State lllltk 1 luauford i For SalcLaunchJpOK HALROood motor hoot 14 horse cycleenpnefJleuJlIIj LrwispnrlICyFor Sale Seed HeRPOIC SALE Seed ltyo lit 110 eat Is bushel on board cnrsat Holt Ky Julius Dutsililo For Sale Good Farm t FUIts ALE Good fxrin 112 ucrcs 1 4 miles Webster Good dwullltii tied out houses Now Is your apport unity to itcr a Rood farm cheap My reason for Kelllnc ntn KoliiR WIsl Will self farm and crop nit together slave soven ncres good Burley to I bacco Como and see nil oulck If von vnnt a bar nun I C Slmmow Wtstrr ICy I I sswVu I I Eyes Tested Frames Fittedil Glasses Guaranteed I Severs Drug COtt t 4 r u JOIt It r tI- g2i 13 IvE A tatttct1 rtii 1 IIS is 10 t r n ever Factory cci icd with new mel J1CU 1 7u 111 1 L to 1- t IIOts3 Uf1I4u1LU ktrcr 7- frriGLG l I t 3 Ii t J 7 WMfVI W rf rcr r 1 C c r Itoo 1tU 1 i b1to ise iatt Degree V he new 1 I 1 i models or r f f I V Y Cur7 w J I J C 11Clo11 i i ijj 0 j T j r Helter Skelter Ileltoi skollcr has boon sugges tivol defined as n Jingling expression viigucly Imitating tho hurried clntterII of feet rapidly anti Irregularly Most dictionaries however led astray probably by tho ordinary orthography have missed the true etymology of thisIphrase It ohould bo helter Ileltcr Is an old word for hang I probably connected with halter and kelter Iis used by old writers In the sense of order or the proper state Burrow Ithe divine says If tthe orpmiH of prayer be out of kcltcr how can we prnyV Ilelter skelter there Is literally hang order and means Oh hung order let us do It or let It take Its chance lien Jon oil III Every Man In Ills Humor writes Heller skelter hang sorrow care II kill a cut nnd Shakespeare using It to express rush and hurry says Ilelter shelter have 1 rode to thee Horseradish as a Vegetable In iiMtminy horseradish 1 Is frequent ly made Into nil excellent cooked vuge tmhlO whi II gnOS putlrulnrl wI willa boiled ruiitiii nr clilkrn frU iis oc Its Hindi us follows Crate as ustitii and stew till tender hi butler mix well with ruled Iarker louse rolls one cupful of the latter to three of the horsermllsh mud boll up once more iiddlii n hetpliifr tonspoonful of sugar Iell with very irmly jelllrd curl nt Jelly scooped out with a IteaspoonI Had told Iu solid little orals like 11 wreath round till white mound of horseradish this delectable dish loopy almost as Igood us It tnstesSubur bnnlte Henderson IRoute Notes LOW round tip rates Summer Tourist Iues on sale June lf to Sept 20 Inclusive returning trot later flan Oct flint hll IC c1 ers rates to the west and southwes 1st and 3rd Tuedayr I to of Ice and all I for 15 15 for 10 Whitei Ice Creuin 4 I 226 price 275 Blue 4 175 prlco 225 4 200 I price 275 5 Water 200 nil i V 4 screen doors and nt 30 per cnt r t C L j r fr Sale 1910 model iTux to last 12 months t Pricey range from 150 to several dollars in and get one IRn0 Perkins D1 S WA rI N June 13 and during the existence of time table No 45 train No 9 will not go to Falls of Hough There will he no with this train for Halls of Rough 8 10 to 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept 24 1910 inclusive good to return not later than midnight of Sept ao lUlU Also 720 for the round trip on Aug 11 Sept 7 114 and 21 1910 good to return Clo verport within 7 days from date of sale Low oneway rates to California Aug 25 to Sept 0 inclusive and Oct 1st to 15 loin inclusive 000 roundtrip from to Louisville 10 to 17 Inclusive not later than 10 account Ken tucky State iFair 14 from to and return 19 to 22 inclu sive Return limit 27 ac count Annual State of Christian church in I Now e Full and Completea Ot Ranges Cook Stoves Wood Heaers9tColes I Hot Blast and original Round Oak Coal Stoves Best be had money superior and Empire Grain Drills IRoofIngtheroofingsIClearance SaleRefrigerators Cream Freezers Water Coolers Screen Doors summer articles kiRafrigoratoi Kofrigorator Mountain Freezers quarts regular quarts regular Wonder quarts regular Cooler windows discount J D ASHCRAFT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY WatchesI it receipts hundred I JIICommencing connections Cloverport Cincinnati Cloverport reaching Cloverport September September returning September Cloverport Owensboro September September Convention Kentucky Subscribe Right Line I for the Age for I Ribbon gallon reaching midnight IIIiIIiI BUGGIES AT GREAT REDUCTIONS a Top Buggies sold at 45 now going at 3250 Top Buggies sold at 60 now going at 47 50 12 inch Red Edge Collar Pads regular price 30c now go at 23c for one week only 7 0 r 1- t i5 K iN M- x w irJ r r S WANT BANK EXAMINER Ir The directors of The Bank of Hard insburg Trust Co Indorse the actio I of Secretary of State Bruner for a State t Dank Examination r At a called meeting of The Bank of Y Hardinsburg Trust Co August 15 ri 1910 the following resolution was pass 12 ed by a unanimous vote Resolved That we the directors of 1 the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co jI 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 Ii Signed B F Beard A M Kincheloe G W Beard C V Robertson D S RichardsonDirectors BIG CONTRAST IN METHODS Difference In Way American and Can adian Authorities Deal With the Indians A recently issued book on The Riders of the Plains an account of the northwest mounted police of Can ada published in London gives a number of instances showing the dir lerenco between the Canadian and the United States methods of treating the Indians One of these Is to the effect that a number of Canadian Indians who had been concerned in the half breeds rebellion of many years ago fled over the border to the states These most undesirable immigrants wore told they must go back The Canadian government finally said It would take caro of these Indians It the states would send them over the border And here Is the conclusion of the story In due course 200 very dissatisfied and wildeyed Crees with 450 horses wero rounded up and started north ward with a strong force of United States cavalry In attendance They were met at the boundary line by three mounted policemen one corporal and two troopers The American commanding officer looked at them with a surprised air Wheros your escort for these In dlans he asked Were here answered the corporal Yes yes I too Dut wheres your regimentI 7 I Its here all right said 1 1the corporal Tho other fellows lookll Ing after the breakfast things But are there only four of OUI t then 1Ik Thats so colonel but you see woI j wear the queens scarlet j And those four redcoats wore all that were necessary to take these 200 Indians their horses and belongings a distance of more than one hundred tulles Into Canadian territory where StatoslnoI Children CryII FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIASub I MAKE YOUR RAG RUGS Designs Simple or Elaborate as You PIQuefWould you like to have n unique rag rug If so save your scraps and bits onenThe term rug carpet or rug to most of us Is Intimately associated with the old fashioned kitchen and to our minds eye Immediately comes the vision of u comfortable room with rows of shining pots and pans the plaited rug mid easy old rocking chair before the Ole Though formerly rele gated to this humble position today I MAKING A nua we see in our best shops floor cover Ings of quaint design fashioned of rugs With the craze for old fashioned furniture comes the demand for the rag rug It Is even seen made of silk In miladys boudoir and living room To fashion this particular kind of rug one should begin as follows First decide upon the size The foundation is of burlap Stretch this upon a frame constructed of four pieces of lath Draw with a piece of chalk your design which should be as accurate ns possible When this Is satis factory trace over the lines with blu ing to make them permanent Provide yourself with a bone cro cheting needle of medium size Cut the material In strips onehalf inch wide Hold the strip In u loop on the under rOlY OP A NAVAJl ntiASKKT side The needle IIs passed through tilt burlap from the tipper side and the loop drawn through Repeat this un til the strip is used up then begin on a fresh one The loops shouldl be drawn through as closely as possible When the rug is finished nil loose ends should bo carefully trimmed ort The Illustration will serve as n guide These rats have great possibilities though fnshlontKl In this homely way The design may bo simple or more elaborate us ate chouses Indian de signs lJIIII themselves very iviulJv to iLi Public Sale I will sell at Public Auc- tionSATURDAYi October I 1910 I At my farm near Lodiburg all my Household Hoods Farm Implements Stock and Feed consistingi of1 I 2 Black Work Mares 1 Fine 3yearoldi Fine Black Horse 1 yearling Fillya I dandy by German Coach 1 New Farm Wagon 1 New Corn Planter 1 Disc I Harrow 1 New Binder 1 Mowing Ma chine 11 Head Fine Sheep 1 Milch Cow Terms of Sale Made Known on Day of Sale WNHEADr u W HENRY Auctioneer E t 5 h i- o r ti 1 AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydiaEPinkhamsVegeta bie Compound Cured Her Knoxvillo IonaIsuffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more and was so weak and ner vous that I could not do my work I lIrsljnk1ham E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound anti Liver Pills and am glad to say that your medicines and kind letters of di rections have done more for me than anything else and 1 hall the best physi clans here I can do my work and rest well at night I believe there Is noth ing like the Pinkham remedies Mrs CLAIIA FIUNIIS BPD No 8 Knoxville Iowa The success of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs is unparalleled It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements inflam mation ulceration fibroid tumors ir regularities periodic pains backache bearingdown feeling flatulency indi gestion dizziness or nervous prostra tionFor thirty years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has been tl standard remedy for female ills and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others and why should it not cure you Ifyou want special advice write Sirs Pinkli n in Lynn Mass for it Itis free and always helpful adaptation A copy of a Navajo blan ket done in this fashion was quite startling in effectiveness Recipes For Sweet Fritters Peach FrittersCut the peaches In quarters remove the skins sprinkle with a little lemon Juice and powdered sugar and put aside for an hour Heat two eggs add onehalf of n saltspoon ful of salt n Tablespoonful of melted butter and onehalf of u teacupful of milk Sift In enough Hour to make n thin batter and add one gtuutr of n teaspoonful of baking powder Dip each piece of fruit bite the batter fry In hot fat drain and dust with sugar- Plum Fritters Kemove the skin from some ripe plums and cut them In to halves sprinkle with sugar Put live tablespoonfuls of flour Into n bowl add the yolks of 1 two eggs a dessert spoonful of salad oil salt onehalf of a teacupful of mill beat until smooth and toll 111 the frothed whites of the eggs Dip each piece of fruit in the batter and fry In boiling lard dustI with sugar and serve Jam Fritters Take small stale sponge cakes cut them In halves spread a thick layer of raspberry Jam between them and press firmly to gether Dip each cake In fritter bat ter and brown 111 boiling lard Dust In sugar and serve with vanilla sirup Hot Bread Theory Exploded In the bulletin recently Issued by the federal deportment of agriculture on bread nod bruadmaklng the old the ory about the unwholesomenuss of hot breads Is at least In part discredited so that those who for years have been foregoing this toothsome delicacy may In the future eat and ho glad Tint Is tthey may cut hot biscuit aid other small crusty breads hut should be a little wary of hot bread taken trait tho middle of n largo loaf The reason for this Is simple In the smaller breads there Is sulllcieui rust so that the bread Is thoroughly masticated and Is kept from forming into n solid mass which Is not easily digested If the proportion of crust Is small the soft Inner crumb is more easily compressed Into a solid mass The crustier the better then for small biscuits and rolls as this neces sitated thorough chewing WAR ON HAT SALUTES Darmstadt Society Says Its French and Unpatriotic Why raise your hats Is tho motto of the Society For the Promotion of German Modes of Greeting whose headquarters are at Darmstadt It is a wasteful habit tho society urges because it wears out the hat brim It Is unhealthful becduse In bad weather It Is apt to bring on colds And worst of all It Is unpatriotic for the custom was adopted from the French the first nation in Europe to bare the head as a form of politeness The true mode of greeting for Ger mans the members say is the military salutt which Is of purely Teuton or igin having originated among the officers of tbo Prussian grenadiers Tho society has gained many adherents and the inhabitants of Darm stadt are now accustomed to see eld erly civilians stand rigidly at attention aqd bring the hand smartly to the fore head when they meet acquaintances in the street China Like Chap WatctvM Cheap showy silver cased watches not the American dollar variety are the favorites IB Cfelga Swlwi yratcfcw corn to lead l 2 It f t 0 j a- kfyiii i f to N kI i i F E Y 513IJf IZIIEJ J IU The doVerport Ice CO1 Is now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 ihours Write or telephone us your ordersif atI w m1 tiMarion Weath rliolt 5ecyPl y l0 I f f lt try u w k COUNTY CLEARS 40 YEARS DEBT Illinois Famous 1500000 White Elephant Paid For COURTHOUSE BEGUN IN 1867 Macoupins Officers Built More Extrav agantly Than They Anticipated Though Without Graft and Two Generations Have Worked to Burn the Last Bills- Residents of Macoupin county HI had two independence days recently at Carllnville the county capital when the last bond of indebtedness of what is probably the most famous courthouse in the United States was burned For over forty years n debt large enough to stagger some states has been hanging over the heads of the taxpayers The amount of bonds and Interest bearing orders Issued by the county court In the construction of a fine courthouse was about MOO000 but the cost of litigation plus Interest added a largo amount to the origi nal sum In some respects the courthouso at Carllnville Isn mystery Just why such a tine building was built has never been fully explained There are two reasons given by friends of the commissioners who had charge of the constructionOne Is that county pride prompted the construction of the build fug It Is claimed that the commis sioners never expected to erect such a fine structure but overreached their plans The second excuse Is that a building of the kind would prevent the county from ever being divided and the capitol removed from Carllnville Building Started In 18677 It was at the March term of the county court In 1807 that an order was Issued for the construction of the new buildingT Ioomls was appointed county agent to close nUll sign all contracts made by the commissioners During the summer and autumn of 1SC7 the work of excavating for the foundation and getting the building under headway progressed rapidly The Cn rUn vllle citizens were sur prised at the scope of the plans but their shock was mild In comparison with that of largo landholders who ex pressed their indignation when they went to town The first report mno by LonmiM showed n total expense of lui12r3 A year later tills had grown to M9G0407 and tho building was only n skeleton of the comploind structure A total of the expenditures for ISO wns Sf5S54077 At last the building with Its splen dill dome towering skyward was ready for occupancy And then the troubles of the taxpayers really began It seemed for several years that the debt would be the ruin of the county There were lawsuits then indignation meetings of taxpayers- A majority of the board of super visors was fined for contempt of the federal court for refusing to make a levy to start the payment of the bonds and orders The supervisors calmly voted to make the county pay their fines and went ahead with their other duties Macouplu8 big white elephant was the term used by many in expressing their disapproval of the courthouse County Pride Triumphs But at last a majority of the sub stanial citizens realized that an Injury to tho county debt would forever blight the development of the coun tys resources nnd voted to effect u compromise and pay off the boobs and orders This was irindu possible by a BDOClul Oft nnfWOil hI V Thu oato oB orr Gfol6alrKt Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTQRIANotice r i y That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per linn Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication flof this kind of matter M JJ1 f 1 i r 1 l qf rt r i jJ R i I C A PENICKJ Blaeksmith and General Re npaIrWork tr rDEALER IN Y l Lime Cement Brick Patent Plaster Salt connection we have a frstclass 11InI WOOED WORKERS MACIIINEii and gas engine prepared to cut and H dress lumber sharpen plow pointsaand do most any kind of job work IThu tOur shop is a busy shop and is open I g every day Drop in and see us when you come to Irvington Ky f m rullrsilVa Ars Ar fps A iLlaW ii I u = l J WE WANT YOUR 1 Eggs Chickens Turkeys I Lambs r Calves Hides r Tallow Beeswax or anything you have to sell in the way of pro duce Our facilities for handling Fggs and Poultry are the very best Have a large house specially adapted for handling and shipping We pay the highest market price in spot cash and make prompt returns to shippers WE SELL Flour Feed and Ice Ask E H Elh1Jl1 cnf Cr bn1uF std Futt State Brink Irvingtf n Ky ate ut us Ship us jour stun nnd depend on gutting the best price the market ufloids IIA D Ashcraft Bro IRVINGTON KY 0 lr J 4 rTHE HUSH 7 SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth Avenue Loulsville Ky DR1 EVELYN BUSHOS- TEOPATHICPIIYSICIAN aii IN CHARGE f The Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences for the treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hylrotheiopy and Medical Gymnastic Methods Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage ALERlVINJUM fDirectorfLate of Battle Creek Sanatorium Correspondence Solicited j JIt AtI L 1- Briflg in That Job Work Right Naw 3 er i 1 = ADVANTAGES OF GOOD ROADWAYS Enhance Farm Land Values Says William Sulzer iJ r BENEFIT TO EVERY SECTION 4i Add Untold Wealth to Both the Pro N 4 ducer and Consumer Says the New f York CongressmanGreat Value of 1 Bad and Improved Highways Con v trasted 4y Congressman William Sulzcr of Now if York presiding officer of the recent national good roads congress held at Niagara Galls spoke on various aspects of good roads as vitally at i fcctliig the national prosperity In part ho said r For years I have been an earnest advocate of good road building Good roads mean progress and prosperity a tic benefit to tho people who live In the l cities an advantage to the people who i ilive In the country and they will help r iievery section of our vast domain Good roads like good streets make every habitation along them most de sirable They enhance the value of farm lands facilitate transportation and add untold wealth to tho pro ducers and consumers of tho country they are tho milestones marking the advance of civilization they econo mize time give labor a lift and make millions In money they save wear and tear nnd worry and waste they beau tify the country bring it in touch with iotho city they aid the social and the religious and the educational and the Industrial progress of the people they make better homes and happier hearth Idsthey are the arenues f trade tho highways of commerce the mall v routes of Information and the agen f des of speedy information they mean il1 the economical transportation of mar X ketablo products the tnarlnjum bur f v 4 den at the minimum cost they aro tho ligaments that bind the country to- gethert In thrift and Industry and In t1ff tclllgcnco and patriotism they pro 1 moto social Intercourse prevent Intel lectual stagnation and Increase the happiness and the prosperity of our i ifrdduclng masses they contribute too the glory of the country give employ 4 ment to our idle workmen distribute I tho necessaries of life the products of thefac batidry Inculcate love for our scenic wdadera and make mankind better and ff greater and grander J Ono of the crying needs In this country especially In the south and I l the west Is better roads The establishment of good roads would In a great measure solve the question of the high price of the necessaries of life and tho Increasing cost of living which Is beginning to make life a struggle for existence By reducing the cost of transportation It would en able the farmer to market his produce at a lower price and at a larger profit at tho same time It would bring communities closer and in touch with tho centers of population thereby fa cilitating tho commerce of ideas as well as of material products Good roads htife a money value far beyond our ordinary conception bad roads constitute our greatest draw backs to internal development and ma terial progress Good roads mean prosperous farmers bad roads mean abandoned farms sparsely settled country districts and congested pop ulated cities where the poor are destined to become poorer Good roads mean more cultivated farms and cheaper food products for the toilers In tho towns bud roads mean poor transportation lack of communication high prices for tho necessaries of life the loss of untold millions of wealth and idle workmen seeking employ ment Good roads will help those who cultivate the soil and feed the multitude and whatever aids the producers and tho farmers of our country will Increase our wealth and benefit all tho people We cannot destroy our farms without final decay The burdens of llfo fall hardest on the farmer The least the government can do for him Is to help him get docent highways I apt with the farmers In this fight for good roads I am with the rural districts of our land In their struggle for better transportation fa cilities nod In congress or out of con gress I shall do all In my power to hasten thee consummation they desire the ability to go and come along de cent roads without exhausting the tlmo acid the effort and the utility of man and beast The fathers of the republic wisely recognized tbelImportance of this ques Lion Washington and Jefferson advo cated good roads and projected the construction of a great highway from the capital to tho Mississippi valley r 1ke farseelng statesmen of tho early flays of our national existence cham planed and passed measures to better the means of transportation They kaew that of all human agencies the eae which has done most for humanity and civilization has been the building of good roadsths abridgment fft dly taace In the facility of communicationJ They realiswd the necessity of gee- drodshow important theZ were to the ti1to Its growth and develop swat and to aJU4lDOraIl1 physi tapir latelltCtualllaDdiidtrlall rMtorU jMtojnA prrtifcciftl1 ffo tlp fc std WMltg toitMr In bOflfe l frtkrmKj alt UM rUe s eftkJj tItIi x- ifIIKJIi For His Sake My husband begged me to take Cardui writes Mat WaverlyVaI greed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it Wore off but nowI am all right E 50 = Take I IJARDU I The Womans Tonic You know Cardui will help you because it has helped others who were in youItcine for sick women but a tonic for weak women Being made from mild gentle vegetable ingredi ents it is perfectly harm less and has no bad aftereffectsCardui be relied youTryAt all druggists Instruct For Eskridge Hardinsburg Ky Sept 5Ibe Re publicans of Breckenridge county met here today to select delegates to attend the congressional district convention toi be held at Lebanon on Monday A full set of delegates were chosen and instructed to cast their vote in the distri ct convention for County Attorney Jess ie R Kskridge for the congressional nomination Mr Eikridge was for se veral years in the revenue service under Collector Franks but resigned under Collector Liwun Reno to become Con nty Attorney of this c3uflt- yCommissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky Patrick Teaffs Admr Plaintiff Against Eqty No 3253 Patrick Teaffs Etc Defendant By vfrtue of a judgment and order of sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court rendered at May term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate and all costs herein I shall proceed to of fer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 20th day of September 1910 at one oclock CountyCourttwelve months the following described property to wit Beginning at an ash on Richeys branch also corner to Klncheloes thence north 8 east 12sl4 poles to a red oak stump 2 poles from a spring also corner to Klncheloes and Boards thence north 34 east 102 poles to a small iron wood and elm Boards and Meadors corner thence with Meadors line south 70 east 50 poles to a maple on a creek thence up said creek with its meanders 150 poles to a hickory Driskells and Lyons cor- neT 1 thence south 20 west 14 poes to a Ii branch thence up said branch with its I meanders south 43 west 163 poles Beards corner whore Richeys branch Beards branch and Sterretts spring Richeysbranchwest 46 poles north 34 west 20 poles north 54 west 20 poles to the begin ping Containing 2 19 acres more or leas The purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bear ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Lein retained fo secure payment of purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with thesetermsLEE AL Commissioner Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issuethe ELEMEN TARY CERTIFICATE the INTER MEDIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitles the holder to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further exam ination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Ad dress H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenseu of Watertown WisTen years of eczema that Is doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then tJucklens Arnica Salve cured Jt sound pad well Infallible for Skin Erup tions EczemaS lt Rheum Dolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25 cents at Severs Drug Store t W Saett4 for thirty years e111 r t1 414rtlaid OregonlM ii dame tMrt tiiihINrrwI s a op protsWI IS THE HOME A FAILURE I The American Man Is Tdo Busy to Enjoy tho Company of Family Life Tho failure of tho homo In this busy driving country is ono of tho startling counts in tho Indictment brought against tho American women in a current publication by Rev Dwight Hlllls Nor does ho let tho American men escape Ho pictures tho welltodo Englishman deliberate ly breakfasting at homo and strolling to his business at ten oclock and homo again in tlmo for afternoon tea The American is too busy for family life A hasty breakfast behind tho morning paper a rush all day up to the very edge of tho evening dinner leave him too weary and exhausted to enter or create another atmosphere Husband and wife go differ ent ways Tho wife hearthungry absorbs herself with charity clublife or society If sho Is weak and meets temptation a tragedy ensues The average American woman clings long after she has ceased to receive en couragement in so doing to the old Ideal she saw In the husband hoping that some day he will cease giving her things and give himself Even tho Frenchman Is a better family man and every traveler testifies to the keen relish with which In public pleasures the French husband shares tho simplest amusements of his tam ily It Is the families of almost another r blood than American those of the Hebrews best of all who show us what holidays at home may be Wo are neglecting it seems the best saving influence of all In what Glad stone called this fallen and disor dered world1to mitigate the prlncl plo of personal selfishness and sustain tho fabric of society Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have bleu cured by Duans Ointment 50 cents at any drugstore Writ Was Not Served A ludicrous incident occurred when Carter the lion king as he was called was exhibiting with Ducrow at Lon don A manager with whom Carter had made and broken an engagement issued a writ against him The bailiffs came up to the stago door and asked for Carter Show the gentlemen up said Ducrow and when they reached the stage there sat Carter composedly in the great cage with an enormous lion on each aide of him Theres Mr Carter waiting for you gentlemen said Ducrow Go in and take him Carter my boy open the door Carter proceeded to obey at the same time eliciting by a private signal a tremendous roar from his companions The bailiffs staggered back in terror rolled over each other as they rushedf downstairs and nearly tainted before they reached the street aGenerally leilltatel for years Had sick headache lacked ambition was worn out and all run down Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Cha Freltoy Moojup Conn Two of a Kind The old farmer stopped his scythe and unbent Then ho hailed his wife- I thought Manda was goln to help you with th cookln today he cried ManJas gone over to Sallie Bease lys was the reply Theyre havln a garden fete for Priscilla Hinckleys friend from Tewksbury She paused and looked around Wasnt Henry goln to help you with th mowing Henrys gone over to Tom Pltkins to play golf with th new minister They looked at each other Two silly old fools muttered the farmer Yes Abljah the woman meekly agreedAnd ho went on with his lonely mowing and the returned to the quiet house with her basket of eggs Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kltoey Troubles Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers Swamr Root the great kidney liver bladder reading remedy cause of its remark able health restoring properties Swamp fulfills alniost every wish in coming rheumatism painin back kid liver bladder and every part of th urinary passage corrects inability horn water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects followinguse of liquor wine unpleasantnecesaity through the day and to get up many nightSwampRoot for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be just the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested ipprivatepractice and has proved so successful that special ar rangement has been made by which readers of this who have not al ready tried it may have sample bottle sent free by mail also book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out ifyouhaVt kid Hey or trouble JYJken writiugmention tillsi generous offer in this paper and send your address ton Kx C bladder Rapt over the neys 7 t Iu found a all paper a a 1 i tornwBirtgkamtifnand ediUri bottles aim sold by Ml ngsfitY Doats litre aNytEMals S fat remember the name Swam Root Dr sMi Jl1itye t I Wv WtJV 1 W 1AfWM WW W 1 NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE I But They DO Much i They help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good helpfrin fact they sell what is not wanted and find what iis wantedaa you have a Small Business and Want More Business IIIf Try a Breckenridgo News Want Ad fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would helpyou I Write Call or Telephone If not convenient to youtheleave ads The Nt IWUVft M WJ1fIAtII1 a JAPAN A LAND OF POETS Whole Country Is Fairyland and Con stant Inspiration to Most Prosaic Mind Japan Is a land of poets and those who arc so fortunate as to live In view of Fuji havo every reason for writing verse Yet not Fuji only the whole country Is a fairyland and a constant Inspiration to tho most prosaic mind Wo have only to recol lect the Festival of Lanterns the ten tival on which tho souls of tho do parted come back for a fowhours to wander In their old haunts along the winding road by a little flowercolored cascade or over a bridge drooping with lavender wistaria to realize how much nature means to Japan Perhaps to the west It all seems very primi tive very far from a lasting and In spiring truth that shall nourish the soul for all time I know from experience that this Inborn love of nature such an old love It fahas had much to do with the present position of tho Japanese nation One does not expect to find poetry on the battlefield but In the late RussoJapanese war It Is touching to find that dying soldiers asked that their comrades should bring the flowers and looking on their wonderful blossoms the brave fellows passed away This was not In the quiet seclusion of a hospital but on the battlefield shaking with the thunder of guns the shouting of commands and the clear note of a trumpet catlF Hadland Davis In London T Ps Weekly A nan of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Slomncti Lver Kidneys and Bowels arc out ol order If you want these qualities nt d the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless rrgulu tore for keen brain and strong body 25 at Severs Drug Store Arabs and Alcohol The discovery of brandy goes back to the twelfth century Wine was drunk age after age since Noah with out the least suspicion being entertained that It was possible to sepa rate from It the spirit or alcoholic portion which gives wine Its Intoxi eating powers The Arabs having taught tho art of distillation which they had Invented to extract the per fume of flowers of the rose espe cially so lauded In their writings Arnand Velleneuve was first to experi ment with wine after the Arabian method trying to find what gavo wine Its special flavor and effect He discovered alcohol and being white and human of course began working some sort of skin game on the public selling a way to make a barrel of wine with 50 cents worth of wine extract or liquid gold CASTORIAI Star Infanta and Children Till Kind You Havi Always Bought S9 IBears the Signature ofKWarbeweapon has Justified Ua existence military experts the South African and the- ItuaglrJap riese war in spite of those who decried the arm aa oldfashioned and cumbersome The German mill tary authorities still believe In shock tactics and the cavalry charge and lanceua formidable weapon Experience however has also shown that the lance point often makes too deep wounds for the shaft to be withdrawn quickly and so the lancer runs the risk of haying It wrenched from his grasp In the charge The cavalry regiments its tioned at Brunswick and Strasburg are experimenting with a new kind of lance which carries a ball below the base of the lancehead preventing It from penetrating further It Is said that the new arm Is just as effective In disabling an enemy and la frejtrpm other disadvantages Itwlll prdfeably Dancerreglmenta 1t Farmers Merchants railroaders la borers rely on Dr Thomas Electric 011 Takes the strbg out of Burns CnU or bruises at once Pain cannot stay where IUaiIstd Joys of The Presa 15 cents the co tNwri Once yl c I RURAL TELEPHONES i II Mr Farmer are you interested t If so call onthe i manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph i x Company and have him explain the special Far xR fliers Line rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Incorporated 1 ilTHEy J Fifth Avenue y HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL ftlngr Lr31r r31rhr r 7ZOtI r r = t 1 The most centrally located and olv firstCIiiSs iotatol the city mniFag at+ 0ilrate Only one block tram the print pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres lJtreet cats pass the door to all prrtaotilieclty Everything neat and clean LAND LAND LAND best Investment on earth is the earth Itself and tho best earth to Invest In TilE tho Grout Panhandle of Texas The soil Is rlchand productive and you cno grow line crops ofWheitt Oats Rye Alfalfa Corn KlfHncorn Millet Broomcorn Sorghum Maize Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texasy- ou can Ret three or four crops of Alfalfa each yl1r which will average a ton to the acre at each cutting The best of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones no hot windsGuarantee 1000 Profits the First year- To anyone who buys a section of tMs lund iB40 acre I will guarantee them the above named profit the first y fir and when thy bare made the first payment In full I will deposit One Thousand Uiillars In any bank In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money If at the end of 12 months they cannot sell this section for the a lava named profit then the forfeit mote Is theirs 1510 guarantee on onehalf section and SO on a quarter section It fntvretted write me ut onceLJ C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky J rIt frI w SINGfiveFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS fot only 25 Tho regular price is SIOO Those who bring ot mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate of J5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL Nvos fv BUSINESS COLLEGEtMOOaroaua Second and Walnut Street LOUiSVILLB5 K- YRIGHTNOWIs the time to subricribe for The News and see what your friends are doing 100 a year I- aA We Do AH Kinds of Job Pr11d188I j t iJ l NR- R i4H f a i rtrfu i Y Our Clubbing tOffert r tf j f Homo and Farn 1 yr 50 I Uncle Remus Homo Maga 1 zinc 1 year h 1 00 Housekeeping 1 yr 1 50 1Good1 Daily Evening Post 3 mos 1 25 I Breckenridgo News 1 yr100- Y Total S5 25 All of the above for only 225 Send money to The BreckenridgeNeWS Clowport Ky This offer will be withdrawn aftoriNov 1 1910 If you want to got in on it send mony at once WINNERS IN FLORAL I HALL AT THE FAIR f1Irs W F Hook best homemade woolen coverlid Miss Roney Matting ly best quilted cotton patch work quilt Mrs Orvllle Frank prettiest cotton patch work quilt Mrs P D Stone best handmade counterpane Mrs Taylor Beard best patch work Y silk quilt Mrs Sara D Moorman best knit counterpane Mrs T C Lewis best worsted patch work quilt Mrs i Lee Walls best applique patch work quilt Mrs Leo Walls best worsted crazy quilt Mrs Lee Walls best patch work comfort Mrs Mitt West sofa pillow lace or drawn work Mrs J H Meador silk sofa pillow Mrs T C Lewis sofa pillow other than silk lace or drawn work Taylor Meador hand carving in wood Mrs Geo Evans best burnt wood Mrs Minnie Reeves neat est made shirt waist wash goods Mrs J D Shaw neatest made gents shirt Mrs Jas S Potts best shadow embroidery Mrs T C Lewis best ri painting on china Mrs Morris Esk i ridge best specimen crochet work Mrs Fannie Cleveland best specimen r button holes Mrs E M Heist best specimen knitting Mrs E M Heist best drawn work on linen Miss Alice Gilland best drawn work on cotton Miss Margaret Kennedy best silk em broidery Miss Nannie Payne best Roman cut work Mrs Mitt West best cut work Mrs James Deane nicest fancy handkerchief Miss Nannie Payne nicest specimen Battenburg i Mrs James Knott best specimen I French embroidery on cotton Mrs Jas Knott best specimen French embroidery on linen Mrs Frank DeHaven best specimen Mt Mellc embroidery Mrs Taylor Beard nicest pair pillow cases Mrs Mitt West nicest dressers arf Mrs Mitt West nicest lunch cloth Mu Mitt West best six nap kins Miss Lucy Snyder nicest dining cloth Miss Joanna Cooms best woolen hose Mrs N J Brown best woolen half hose Mrs W C DeWall neatest made infant dress Mrs Florence Pile best eyelet embroidery Mrs Lee Walls sachet bag Mrs J H Meador nicest centerpiece Mrs J H Meador best specimen cotten embroidery Mrs Taylor Beard best specimen crocheted lace Mrs Chas Warfield best silk crazy quilt Mrs Chas Warfield best silk etching Mrs Isaac Wells seed wreath Mrs T C Tousey nicest silk puff quilt Mrs Taylor Beard nicest suit underwear 4 pieces Mrs Frank McGary Hardanger lunch cloth Miss Maggie Beavln hardanger centerpiece Miss Nannie Payne best specimen htnddo embroidery Mrs J H Meador best carriage afghan Mrs Jas Deane best specimen point lace Mrs J H Meador carving cloth Mrs J H Meador mantle lambrequin Miss MarII garet Sjallman silk embroidery brpwn linen Mrs J H Meador piano cover Mrs Thos Donahue best rag carpet Mrs Geo Evans stencil work Ernest Haswell moulding In clay Miss Pearl Mays basket cut flowers Miss KatteEs ridge basket cut roses Mrs N J Brown best sour Pickles Mrs Lyda Basham best apple preserves Mrs Wm Hendrick Jrll best plum preserves Mrs Wm Hendrick Jr best black berry jam Mrs T DStone best display of jelly 5 kinds Mrs Pat Sheeran best grape preserves Mrs Pat Sheeran best blackberry cordial r Mrs WtnTHpndrick Jr best peach preserves Mrs T D Stone best pear preserves Mrs N J Brown best canned fruit display 6 kinds Mrs N J Brown best 5 lbs honey Mrs Lyda Basham best grape wine Mrs W C Duvall best sweet pickels Mrs T D Stone best tomato preserves Mrs Davis Do well beet cherry preserves Mrs Davis Dowell best quince preser yes Mrs B F May best rasberry jam Mrs Thos Macy best strawberry pre serves Mrs John Goranflo neatest made apron Miss Virginia Beard best cucumber catchup Mrs J H Gardiner best butter from cottonseed feed Mrs Frank McGary belt blackberry wine Mrs G D Shellman best caramel cake Mrs W R Moorman best white loaf cake Mrs Angus Whitfield best salt rising bread Mrs Helen Adams best jam cake Mrs Lee Walls best display pot plants HARDINSBURG Miss Lizzie Sklllman of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs M H Beard seve ral days lastweek Robert A Smith was at Orrin Hardins at Cloverport Saturday and Sunday Mrs D W Scbtt of Elizabetbtown is the guest of her sister Mrs J H Pile Mr aril Mrs Wes Massey who have spent the summer here housekeeping in the D R Murray prope ty have returned to Louisville They will prob ably permanently maze this their sum mer home i Mr McGill of Spring Lick is the guest of relatives herer Taylor Braid has about completed re pairing and adding to his handsome dwelling near the depot The Improvement includes three rooms aid double porch on one side of the house Steve Hayues has returned to his home at Electra Texas after ten days vtsit to Mr aud Mrp Davis D well ofHardins burl and to relatives at Garfild Miss Clara Harmon daughter ol Mr md Mrs Kimball Harmon near town has none to Seiiatobia Mississippi bite e she will aluy with relatives and iitetul school Miss Harmon was the winner of the Bank ol Hnrdiuabnrgs special gold prz for eight grade work tt I fschbautn4rI in the graded School last year 11 P Beard Coare adding A sec and story to the rear of their merchand ise establishment This addition will be used exclusively for furniture Frank Sloan Matthews of Texn and Miss Iutisen Btslinm of 1ordsviJle were married in the County Court cerks office Weliie dny Dr R Mutliur ofli tinting Tucy have gone to Ins Texas home to reside John OKeilly Jr of Harditisbur nod Dud McGnry of Kirk left lust week for Owensboro where they enter college 1p Mad lira Julia Campbell and son of Troy Ohio arrived last week to visit Mr Iud Mrs Duval- lIfirdinsburg is largely represented nt the State flair this week School is the biggest and best in any recent years ofits existence The flank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Is sending to each teacher in the county a copy of the poem The Man who wins ready for hangjng in school rooms Its five stanzas should be com mitted to memory by every boy and girl in the county Such sentences as The man who wins is the man who does and The man who does Is he who talks who fumbles and foozels and trifles and balks who wouldnt do anything today that he can put off in the same old way should be the thoughts of all who are making ready for a sucessful life Herbert Hall has Moved to Garfield where he is teaching Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard were guests of Mr and Mrs W R Moor man of Planters Hall Stock Farm Sun dayMiss Linnie Haswell has returned to Caruthersville Mo to resume work with her music class Miss Lula Vessels of Owensboro Is the guest of relatives here Dent Brown exmarshal this city and present attendant at the Hopkins vile asylum has been here for some time spending his vacation with his familyM Beard returns this week after a ten days absence in Louisville and Cincinnati purchasing fall and winter goods Jesse Whitworth Jell Hook Dr J E Krncheloe Nathaniel Shellman and Franklin Beard Jr were among those who took in the ball game at Tobins port Saturday- W A Moscley of Owensboro who washere Saturday looking fore a farm was the guest of Wm Downs Andrew Elder P Morris Beardand Clarence Lewis are rapidly erecting a ten room residence on Main street for Sheriff Sheeran Mr Shoeran expects to move into it at the end of six weeks when it will be completed Supt Driskell Saturday received the state payroll for current school year The percapita for the year Including the dog tax due the county is f1 which Is twelve cents Mess than last year This shortage is largely accounted for by the falling off of the number of dogs reported by the assessor This year only 63922 dog tax goes to the school fund while llast year the sum was fl7l7B W T Gregory one of Garfltildsl best farmers was here Saturday on busi nessH C Murray is attending the State Fairs at Louisville and Indlanopalis this week The lawyers have been busy depos ition taking for approaching courts here and in neighboring counties Ud x Land Mules and Horses For Sale y i IIhave 3l0 acres oflland lying on the turnpike road 4 miles west of 1 Hardinsburg and running north to the Stephensport road near New I Bethelchurch Ii Also another tract 100 acres more or less lying on the turnpike road 3 12 miles east of Cloverport near Jutes Run church no improvements fj some White Oak timber r it- II J jrIAlso another tract 80 or 90 acres more or less lying near the city JH t limits of Cloverport Well improvedL 11- I itlII dB raI cannot look after the same i No lien or liens on any of said property except State and county levy Ifor 1910 I I 6 Head of Good Work Mufes and 3 Head of Horses for Sale 1IHave I For information desired write to IF Fraize Cloverport Ky fiBlBmDl fIIJ a aLee Bishop has completed painting the walls of Sinking bridge H C Murray was last week at Vine Grove and Rineyviilc taking deposit ions in the case of Hudsons Executors vs Dr E K Wilson and the Vine Grove State Bank Murray Murray represent the defendants Faurest and Eskridge are for the plaintiffs The case is pending in the Hardin County Circuit Court New school houses this year have been and will be erected at Jacksons Mortons Hickory Lick Clifton Mills McDanlcIs one near Squire B A Whittinghills at Glendeane and probable one at High Plains above Cus terMany ice cream suppers are being given all over the county for the bene fit of school libanes There were seven last Saturday night and nine the Sat urdaybefore Westview will give one next Saturday night School opened Monday With alarge enrollment Several parents were present and enthusiastic speechds were made by thorn and other friends of the school Everybody seems determined to make this the best year in the his tory of Hardinsburgs educational ef fort The new principal Prof R Y Maxie made a splendid impression The organization was completed and lesson assignments made for the work which properly began yesterday At a teachers meeting it was agreed that all teachers be in their rooms not later than eight oclock each morning that school would open promptly at 815 and that each late pupil would remain after school and work four times as many minutes as he was late Not withstanding there is one teacher more than at any previous year the force is the busiest of their lives In finding suf ficient time for their classes John Hook has moved to his property the shades in all silk lined and all goods it will pay you to see me before you buy as I can save you money the now things for fall you will find at my handle Star Brand df Shoes made in St Louis and every is solid loather rib near the fair grounds The house which he at the end of Louis ville street is now the property of M P Compton of Garfield who will move to Hardinsburg either this fall or next spring Carpenters will shortly begin alterations and additions to the property Such improvements will be made as will make jt one of the desirable dwellings on this popular residence street The Hon John P Haswell has been successful in an extension of our mail accommodations The evening train to Fordsvllle is now carry ing from Hardinsburg a closed pouch of mail which it will take back to Irvington in the night This matt will be carried into Louisville on the 6 oclock through train from St Louis Thus our mail deposited up to 730 p m will be in Louisville at 8 the next morningBreckenridge county Republicans Saturday instructed for County Attorney Jesse Eskridge tor Republican Congressional nominee at the Leba non convention Mr Eskridge appreciates the honor and could easily be the nominee of his party did he seek the place This honor however is rather an empty one for nobody in the Fourth could hope to make a success ful race against the invincible Ben Johnson besides the district is safely went over to Leitchfleld Saturday and won over the county seat Graysonites in a game of base ball by a score of 8 to 3 Marriage licenses Marcus Whitler of Glendeane and Viola Wilhite of Garfield Lawrence Hlnes and Nannie Davis both of Locust Hill Isaac J Lewis and Josie Wheatley both of Foote a charming Bew leyville girl has returned home after a Cotton Higher Than Has Been Since the Warpp IT highest that bought bought at wholesale Ladies Coat Suits handtailored BoysUHlis Shoes the guaranteed DemocraticHardinsburg GlendeaneMiss out ofii vamps Ask to the than the law fkjshoo I f Stll fiI Dressjjoj t jBlackj l ma at per yard rijuC Clothirig I now have my new fall stock of Clothing in all the now styles at prices that will suit your pocket Do not fail to see my line before you as I have the most complete lino of Cloth rug in the county Ask to see the HandTailored lino of Kirschbaum Clothes Price from to 1750 sit to Misses Annie Lee Bishop and Ruth Kincheloe Herbert Hook has accepted position as night operator and assistant man ager with the telephone companyiMrs Blanche Read is at home afteSr J an of several weeks at Winona H Lake Ind and in Louisville f Miss Touiso Aud after spending the summer with Mrs M H Beard left Sunday for her home at Herndon Va a suburb of Washington Cfty Matthias Miller and Mnand Mrs John Alexander were guestsof Mr and Mrs Jas W Miller Sunday If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by HGctdner NOTICE When sending a news item tothief lice please make has brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interestEditor t i From Mrs Parker r Jlr My dear Mr Babbage I send f100 for renewal of my Breckenridgp News Please note change of address We have a very pretty apartment in the Northumberland and would be glad to welcome you here when you come to Washington Would like for youto know Mr Parker Hope you are allrwell In dear oldCloverportwf Very Sincerely Sallie JI Parker NorthumberlandApart 404 Washing ton D Lit ljlithe best is not to good for yon t Lewlsport Best flour is the flour YOurflto us- eDont forget to try a ii7 News Want Ad I is it 1 sold in New York last week at 20c a pound Think what this means Its the lr price for cotton goods has been for several years I my goods r early before the advance and will sell them to you cheaper than they can now be lj All newest colors Mens and All place I celebrated pair vacated most getting s4 shop stronger thebest made f lL Mens I buy 1250 absence Judge J CJought the best h cinjhol den all woolI I It en V41 E ladesz II s Ready pI i J 1tSITt J JA O Jearr I have ijice ri9lt nant of ladies f rrendyrowearlli itpopular pricesI t Big Lli3otDry 600d i t Undlear Hosiery 4 1Ii i AyOprices possible for good merchandise You are cordially invited to call and in spect ray stock and get my prices before J making your fall purchases fi r i Ed F AlexanderIl 7 Irvinfftonv O Ky f ffI = Yi a- y I r J 1I Y e