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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTJ VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1910 8 Pates NO 11 ALL THE NEWS I IRVINGTONY Steel Coal Station Nearing Com pletionImprovement Lea gue Accomplishing Much OlfBeing Bored For This Week j I PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE A fine boy has arrivedat the home of Mr and Mrs Will Mitts Mrs C L Chamberlain who has i been visiting her sister Mrs Ed Mont gomery in Louisville for the past tun days returned home Sunday Miss Eva and Mabel McGlothlan have returned from Louisville where they spent several days shopping Miss Kathaleen Walker left on Tues day for Russellville where she wilt at tend school Mr and Mrs Charlie Hook and two daughters Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Moorman have returned from Louis yule after being the guest of friends An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure lets cut our weeds and make our entire premises spick and span before typhoid fever or malaria gives us a sharp reminder that such 1 steps are necessary to health as well as conducive to beauty Cleanliness Is next to Godliness Miss Nellie Livers is visiting Miss Myrtle Lyddan at her home near Web sterMr and Mrs W N Holt of Louis vile have arrived here to make their home and are occupying rooms on Main street Mr Holt has charge of Y the soda fountain and ice cream parlor and is making creditable improvement- C L Chamberlain returned Wednes day from a two weeks visit to his old home In Ohio While there he visited Niagara Falls Buffalo and u trip on the Great Lakes He enjoyed it and is very much improved In health but Is still loyal to his attachments to Irving J ton and is delighted to be among his li old friends again dTh company engaged iIn boring for oil have moved their derrick on the farm of E H Jolly near town They will begin boringthis week Mr and Mrs J M Herndon have re turned to Kentucky after a nine months sojourn at Enid Okla We hope that they will decide to remain in our city permanently 0 Miss E Claire Jolly left last week for Mt Vernon Ind where she will visit her grandmother Mrs Nannie Will lams for several weeks The steel coal station for the Rail road company is rapidly nearing com pletion and the contractors who have d charge of the work say that the struc ture will be ready for use by Oct 1 The building is the first steel structure to be built in this city and is 85 feet in iT heighth and 25 feet wide handling ca pacity 100 tons an hour and storage capacity 200 tons Roy Bland of Carlisle Ind who has been spending the past several weeks in Hardinsburg with relatives came Sunday to be the guestof his t grand 4 parents Mr and Mrs Milt Lockard The Improvement League will have their regular meeting at the Public i Hall Saturday afternoon promptly at 2 o clock Every woman interested i- nIbeautifying and developing the town is 1 t cordially Invited to be present Geo Herndon after being the guest wl of his parents Mr and Mrs J B Hern don for ten days left for Nashville l Tenn Friday i Mrs J C Gill and children left Wednesday I for Hewett Okla after spend t JJingthe summer here with her parents It rind Mrs B S Wilson jjMrMrs Albert Ashcraft Mrs Hollie Neafus and Mrs C S Neafus are among the ones who attended the Rob 1 ertson Thursday Kagln wedding at Guston Miss Nellie Smith returned Monday L Ifrotn a weeks visit to Mrs Alvin With ers and Miss Isabelle Hendrick at their homes near Hardinsburg Mr and Mrs LaRue Cox and daugh- ter Katharine who have been visiting Mr and Mrs T L Ditto in Louisville for the past week came home Satur 11dayft the Womans Missionary Union met t Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist N church The devotional exercises were rs conducted by Mrs C R Shopard The 4annual election of officers resulted in tr the following Mrs J B Herndon as t President and Mrs L B Moremen Secretary and Treasury This society is especially interested in Missions contributing over ISO this llast year to bllewions I L 1 f GEO H COX HONORED Elected President Of State Organization Of The Commercial Bodies Of Kentucky At Louisville Friday Afternoon George B Cox of Owen boro Is Pre sident of the Kentucky Federation of Commercial clubs organized at 4 oclc ck Friday afternoon at the State Fair grounds in Louisville Dr W B Gossett of Louisville is vicepresident In the central district George Ss Bos worth of Middlesboro Is vicepresident In the eastern district J O Ewing of Burkesville is vicepresident in the western district C W Argue of Hen I derson secretary and treasurer The new federation plans to promote good feelings among the various com mercial organizations of the state and to unite Influence and support for mea sures for the benefit of the people of the state The good roads movement is one which the federation will support Conference Cashier The Presiding Elders of the Louis ville Conference acting in conjunction with the Joint Board of Finance have requested Dr Mqther to act as Con ference Cashier at the forthcoming session of the Louisville Conference which is to meet at Russellville Ky on September f 8th Our Grand Old Man J Proctor Knott quietly celebrated his 80th birthday at his home In Leba non Monday He is the Grand Old Man of Kentucky and the trust that he may be spared for many days yet to come and that they may all be days of peace and contentment J Proctor Knott was not only the greatest man that this district ever sent to Congress but the entire State never bad an abler a more brilliant or more honest man in the halls of Congress His name is known from one end of this country to the other As the Chairman of the Judiciary committee of the House he ranked with Jerry Blackasthe first con stitutional lawyer of the country As a debater on the floor he was a match for James G Blaine As a satirest he was In a class all by himself and his Duluth speech has never been equalled In the English language As a man of letters as an artist and a sculpter he has rare talent and great knowledge Knowing him intimately for more than twenty years of his public life he never ceased to surprise us with the infinite variety ofhis knowledge and his ab solute correctness and thoroughness Taking him In the breadth and scope of his mind and in the versatility of his talents we are fully persuaded that there does not live in the South a greater man than J Proctor Knott He Is as great as were Beck Carlisle Hill of Georgia or Lamar of Mississippi who were his colleagues in Congress On his 80th birthday we take off our hat to the Grand Old Man of Ken tucky and our dear old friend J Proc tor Knott Etowtt News Young Newspaper Woman Dies At Shelbyville Shelby vllle Ky Sept 1lMiss Katherine Elizabeth OSullivan only daughter of M OSulllvan editor of the Shelby Sentinel died at 125 oclock this morning of typhoid fever after an illness of two months She was nine teen years of age and a popular young woman She assisted her father in the local department of his newspaper and gave great promise of attaining a high place as newspaper woman Besides her parents she is survived by two bro thers Daniel and James OSulllvan She was a deice of D L McGann the wellknown professional ball player She graduated from the Sacred Heart Academy In Louisville in 1909 Miss Mildred Babbaee Goes To Belmont College v Miss Mildred Ditto Babbage leaves tomorrow morning for Nashville Tenn issee to enter Belmont College to take- a special course in music Miss Bab iaee will be accompanied by her father Mr John D Babbage Her friends have all been very kind In expressing their good wishes for her success In the work for which she is so talented Sties is very enthusiastic over her opportunity to go to Belmont and xpects to take every advantage of it t- 1i oJ j LOUISVILLE BOOSTERS To Visit Pennyrille Cities On October 11 12 and 13 The Louisville business men will make their booster trip through the Pennyrville section on October 11 12 and 13 The following towns are included in e itinerary of the trip Elizabeth town Horse Cave Glasgow Junction Glasgow Bowling Green Russellville Guthrie Hopklnsville Nortonvillo Prin ceton Kuttawa Mayfield Paducah Marlon Morganfield Henderson Pro vidence Earlington Madlsonvllle Owensboro Hawesvillo and Clover port o Two Iron Bridges The Fiscal Court was in session last Monday and let contract for two iron bridges one to be built across Town Creek and one across Goehagan Creek on the Cloverport and Stephensport road They are to be completed by Nov 1 and Dec 1 1910 and will cost the county 1190 In the matter of the Cloverport bridge the commissioners were author ized to go ahead and repair it Two iron col mns 5 feet in diameter filled with concrete and 71 feet in length will be put in in place of old stone founda tion The estimated cost 1500 Goes To Berea The Rev Islah Cline pastor of the MethodistEpiscopal church at Hardins burg has been appointed to the Bsrea and Wallaceton charge by Bishop War rentand will move hss family there during the present week For five years Brother Cline has occupied the Hard insburg pulpit with honor to himself and profit to the people and leaves the city with the goodwill of his neighbors and many friends The fragrance of his work will long remain as a testimony to his real worth and usefulne- ssINSTALLATIONI Of Epworth League Officers Will Be Held Next Sunday Even ing September Twenty Fifth The installation of the new officers of the Epworth League will be held next Sunday evening at 730 The program is as follows x 1 Organ Voluntary 2 Invocation 3 Hymn 78I4 Apostles Cured 5 PrayerIra lichenI0 Autham 7 Psalm 67 8 Offering 0 Hymn 57 10 Epworth League and its purpose Lawrence Murray 11 Hymn 420 12 Installation of officers 13 Doxology 14 League Benediction Five Past Three Score An interesting quintette of brothers and sisters live in Irvington the young est is past three score years and ten and the oldest Mrs Lucy Alexander IIs ninety years of age The others are Mrs Mary Munford age eighty one years Bate Washington seventysix years Mrs Sue Tidings age seventy two years and Mrs Annie Herndon age seventyone years Buying Mules George H Anderson of Guston sold Jonas Lyons a sucking mule colt last week for 15 Mr Lyons is paying good prices for mules and the sellers like his way of buying Hes a quick action buyer He lets the seller make the price and if It suits him its yes orIIno and that ends it Killed By Lightning Abe Lewis Colored while working in the barn of Ohas Lyons near Mc Quady was killed by lightning Monday Farmers Meet Farmers Ifcion meeting will take place at Garfield next Friday and t- urdayf r CLAUDE MERCER Sues Breckenridge County For ThirtyFive Hundred Dollars For His Labor Claude Mercer has sued Breckenridge county for 3000 which he claims due hire as profits on his labor for indexing in the most uptodate way the sixty deed books of the county ills petition alleges that he was employed in 1009 to do the indexing at the customary price for such work He declares that he began the work and would have com rleted it at an approximate cost of f5 400 to the county there being 3000 pages of matter to be indexed lIe states that the customary price for such work is 150 per page His asKing for the 3500 instead of the 5400 he ex plains by stating that the difference is what he would expend in incidental expenses hiring help etc Mr Mercers petition alleges that the Fiscal Court in 1910 anuuled his contract after he had spent considerable time upon the wcrk He states that he had employed competent assistant at 50 per month to help him and that the assistant had done several months work R A Miller of Owensboro is attorney with Mr Mercer in asking of the taxpayers these thousands of dolla s for a work which most of them will think comparatively unnecessary CLOVERPORTS NOTED KICKING POST From Sundays Courier Journal Had Ponce de Leon lived 400 years longer and made a visit to Cloverport he would have found a bit of consola tion over his disappointment in failing to find the magical fountain in the American fairyland where one might bathe and be young again because Cloverport has the most unique treasurer in the worldher Kicking Post II Although old Ponce could not have re stored his youth here he would have been mentally refreshed along optimis tic lines for everybody who comes to this port and kicks The Post goes away in triumph Kicking the Post originated about eighteen years agb when a society woman of this city was walking around the corner of Chestnut and River streets stopped and kicked the lamp post just for good luck That day some excellent fatune befell her and ever since the stunt has been practiced by the young people especially engag ed couples Now the older citizens too are becoming very enthusiastic over it and many take a daily kick A year ago when natural gas was in stalled for street lighting the wooden lampposts were removed and iron posts were put on every corner in the city so the original Kicking Post went down Hpwever the new one is just as popu lar and the person who passes it with out giving it a swift kick is so set in his ways that he is hopeless Another reason The Kicking Post is so at tractive it stands in St Rose Court where the view of the Ohio River is very beautiful When the Boosters Club of Louis ville visits the town of golden sunsets and pretty girls Mayor Barry has promised to give each member a chance to kick The Post Splendid Citizen Gone Robert L Simpson one of the oldest citizens of Meade county died Tues day of last week He was buried at Buck Grove The deceased was 83 years old and leaves a wife the same age Sever grown Children survive him Always Takes Time For The News a Find enclosed my check for which please mark me up to Sept 1st lUll Am very busy but always e time to read every line in the Ne Theven the advertIsements Yours truly C E Keith I Chief Dellaven III Marshall File Dellaven has been sick at his home on Third anil High street in the East End Mr DeHaven is missed a great dealon the streets and His friends will be glad to see him out again Hehas not typhoid fever sreportedI Ii ttit r MRS BEAUCHAMP President Or Kentucky W C T U Announces For Congress Mrs Frances Beauchamp of Lexing ton President of the W C T U In Kentucky one of the most widely known clubwomen of this county has announced that she will be a candidate for Congress in opposition to J Camp bell Cantrill the present Kepresenta tive and Democratic nominee rind M C Rankin present State Commissioner of Agriculture and Republican nominee from the Seventh District In her an nouncement Mrs Beauchamp declares that all civil and moral forces should conspire to create the most favorable environment for the buy and girl that she regards the young human unit as the most valuable of all our national resources for the conservation of which greatest attention should be given and that the liquor system of America is the greatest enemy of every child born un der the flag She declares that the traffic in liquor cannot be regulated that it must be destroyed that to de stroy it national legislation is a necess ity that to secure such legislation and officers who will enforce the laws after their enactment a political party such as the Prohibition party is a necessity So she takes the prohibition platform as the one upon which she will make her race and stump the district Mrs Beauchamp also condemns the white slave traffic says she is opposed to the use of tobacco but as between the in terests of the growers and the selfish greed of the trust she is for such legis lation as would protect the growers She says she has the opinion of eminent jurists that there is nothing in the con stitution to prevent a woman from oc cupying a seat in Congress and that at any rate it is the business of Congress to settle the question which she says it will do sooner or later and she asks the chivalrous men of the Seventh District to make her the medium of such a test BAPTIST REVIVAL Begins Sunday Morning In This CityRev Jones Of Ala bama To Preach The annual protractIed meeting of the Baptist church will begin Sunday morn ing Rev Mr Farmer the minister will be assisted by Rev Mr Jones of AlabamaRev is anxious that all the churches will enter into the work of the met ting and that Cloverport will have a great Religious revival Left Eye Hurt Oven Berry got his left eye hurt Sunday while playing baseball at Can nelton Two stitches had to be taken but the sight was not injured TobIns port against Cannelton the latter win ning bythe score of 7 to 2 Jolly HouiePany Mr and Mrs John David Gregory ot Louisville were host and hostess to a party of Cloverporters last week The guests took in the sights of the State Fair and besides were royally entertain d in theGregory home The guests were Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison and children Mildred and Wallace Mr and Mrs Walter Granam Mrs Price Graham and son Joe Mrs Mattie Collins Miss Hazel Holder and Mr Wearda Graham Notice To Tobacco Poolers The people who have pooled their IglO Burley Tobacco with the Burley Tobacco Society will meet at their re spective voting precincts on Saturday Sept 24 to elect a precinct chairman and these chairman will meet at Irv ington Saturday Oct 1st at 2 oclock p m to elect county officers for the ensuing year Only those who have pooled their 1910 crops are eligible to vote In these precinct conventions D C Heron Chairman HARRY THOMPSON Narrowly Escapes Death Monday MorningDr Boone At tends Him Harry Thompson a brakeman on the L H S St L II R got his head severely crushed Monday morning while coupling the coaches together on the passenger train number 42 The accident occurred at Mystic where the East and West bound trains meet Paymaster Ferry of the Henderson Route a passenger on the train happened to see the accident and when he saw Thompsons head crush he feinted and the sight was so horrible it effect ed another passenger In the same man nerDr Hllllary Boone dentist of this city attended Thompson and called Dr Moorman at Irvington The Injured was taken to Louisville where he is now In a hospital His large number of friends are glad to know that there are hopes for his recovery Mrs Mather Honored Hardins urg Sept 17Speclal The Womans Home Missionary So ciety organized two years ago by Mrs A Mather held its last meeting for the conference year at the home of Mrs J H Pile Thursday afternoon This was an open meeting and aside from the usual prograui two solos were sung by Miss Della Kincheloe The Bulletins were served as salad a bit of green and a tooth pick being the dressing After the busiuesa session Mrs Pile in a touching and beautiful speech present ed to Mrs Mather n set of sterling sil ver teaspoons front the various mem bers saying Our friendship is as sterling as this little token which we present you ItSbe also presented her with two dozen lovely roses Mrs Ma thers manner and expression showed that she was surprised but she arose as soon as she could regain composure and make u fitting and grateful little speech bespeaking her love for the donors and urging them to go on with their noble work After the program an informal reception was held for Mrs Mather u delicious ice course being served by the hostess The meeting was held on Mrs Piles perch which was furnished as a sitting room aud decocted in yellow und green ferns and g 1fJen rod Jardi nieres containing autumn flowers placed upon tabourets together with rugs and lazy chairs were arranged in a homelike way The invitations were cards with pictures of comfortable por ches and the fellowing rhyme On Tuesday eve at half past two Our Mission meeting will be due Upon the porch of Mrs Pile You must be present all the while Having A Good Time Chas Bonier who has charge of the repairing of the Cloverport bridge has a big job on his shoulders Jean Kingsbury Fred May EH Taul and Joe Zellers of Canneltonare assisting him Thev area jolly bunch and much com pany for those who cross the bridge daily Fine Apple Crop Pete Macey had on display last Sat urday at the two States Bank at Ste phensport a fine display of apples pick ed from his orchard near town The apples were well formed free from scabs rots and worms bright red color and good size Mr Macey says he trimmed and sprayed his orchard cul tivated it well and payed special atten tion to it The result is a good crop and an apple that will bring the top of the market Nunemacher Disappears F C Nunemacher president of the Board of Trade and a prominent business man of Louisville has been missing for seventytwo hours Until the present time no tangible clue as to his whereabouts has been discovered Nunemacher was financially embar rassed pIIERE are just nine more days in September If your subsorip L tion to the News expires this month send tho renewal at once Dont put it off You know what an old thief procrastination is It steals your time and you do npt got to enjoy half there is in life when you have to wait for tomorrowto do what can be done today Have the best of all you can enjoy yourself A pretty easy way to get pleasure iins to spend justj two cents a week for The Breckenridgo News Subscribe today John D Babbagotr0 ir f 4r rwc f w r r vy r I T t e = 0 T I = KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery FOR ifooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED p4 ffA p t For Sale tTuxJ receipts 1910 model I guumntccd to last 12 months Prices runcc from SltO to l J several hundred dollars Cult in and get one I SII RI 0 Perkins D DRHJ BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Ollice Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverporl Ky r C A Picture of Father and MotherIHow it would delight yours children how it would please- syour friend Brabandt Studio i 1 Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky livery 1st and 3rd Tuesday and I Wednesday k Q 11 II FOR SALErf 11 ItIIt A nunibcroflllTurms diftferent Sizes and Prices JI S sa iiThe Bank of Hardinsburg i a II If Trustt Co i aCQ J NE- WLivery ft IIt1to I i Stablec I m Stephensport Ky i M New Rigs i New Horses J New StableyH Open for the Public Near MI the Depot m mii Jfi If you have any riding or 1 2Irivingf W Feed oftLfl kind we can 1 fri furnish you 11We 8111 handle Ice alsotYOUl jiairunujfu will b ho appreciatedb SMITH HANKS m Proprietors Pm Stephensport Ky + + r= YEARSmm r OVER 65 EXPERIENCEf A TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS etcJAnyone sernllng a aketeb anti delcrlptlon may L- ci1akIr ascertain our opinion free whether nu nyont1Ofl Is probftby patcntnhln Comrniinlc- ttotiLrtCtI7COflfldOflUftI HANDBOOK On Ialonta lent tree Oldest aecner for locurmir patenti- TntenU taken through Munn A Co receive tjicciul notice without chargo la tho Scientific American- A himdiomolr Illustrated neoklr Tersest cir if culation of anT iclentlOo Journal Tornii 13 a jriwr four montbB 1 3QI4 by all nowidralera YorkUIBriuch Offlce 6J6 P BU WMhlutoI U C ySII Try Our Want Column It 1 UNIQUE PAPYRUS DOCUMENT First Aboriginal Decree of a Roman Governor Ever Found at Fayum Egypt A unique papyrus document has just como Into the possession of the Ber- lIn museum which already owns one of the finest collection of papyri In the world It was unearthed at Fayum Egypt and is distinct from the papyri found there in that it Is an original de cree of the Roman governor of the Egyptian provinces whereas all tIe other documents found there though highly Interesting are mere copies of originalstto the official description it is a letter dated December 27 209 A D from the Governor Subatlanus Aqulla who had an evil reputation as- a persecutor of the Christians to Theon the administrator of the Ar slnoean region now Fayum to the effect after the usual formal greet Papllvir perfectisslmus to five years penal servitude in the stone quarries is to be released his sentence having expired In the eighteenth year of the Emperors Lucius Septimus Severus Pertlnax the Great and Marcus Aurelius Auto nius this first day of the month Tybl Penal servitude la the Ntisiidlan quarries was reckoned after the death sentence It was inflicted for robbery of temples wilful firing of crops sell ing secret philters and betrayal of state documents Convicts had hall their heads shorn wore heavily shack led and underwent terrible torments from exposure to the blazing sun and insufficient food as may be seen from the Epistle of Bishop Cyprian of Car thage who a few years later during I the reign of the Emperor Valerian wrote to the Christian convicts in those same quarries consoling them In their terrible sufferings Course In Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Nor mal School offers a practical course of study in Elementary Agriculture Demonstration and actual work done on- chool farm Teachers will have an op portunity to prepare for teaching the- ubject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farm ing a life work Course begins Sept 6 IglO Write for information Addres BowlingGreen GREYHOUND JOINS COYOTES Pet of an Oregon Farmer Responds- to the Call of the Wild A once tame greyhound owned by Martin Smith of Sandy has become and now lives with the coy tes It formerly chased in the sur- ounding hills It has been three years slnco this greyhound heard and responded to the call of the wild and It has never ven back to his old home in Candy except to come to the outskirts to teal chickens from hen roosts The companion of this greyhound Is coyote and they have frequently been seen together running through tho outskirts of Sandy Several persons have tried to get photographs r the Btrange couple but have failed The greyhound has Jost all desire return to his former homo and has even more wild than his com The animal has quite a his tory having been raised from a puppy n the neighborhood One day he die- ppeared from his home and several afterward was seen with the- oyote I which has been his constant companion ever since Portland Ore gonlan It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes A Swensen of Watertown Wis Ten ears of ecztnn thntls doctors could i not curt had at lust laid me up Thin Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound nd well Infallible for Skin Erup ous EczetnaSalt Rhnuii Boils Ifcvcr Sores Burns Scald Cuts and Piles cents at Severs Drug StoreI V Oyster Shell Roman Roads Many people have wondered what becomes of pins and needles and oys er shells The Itoinun settlers seem f o have used them to advantage forsthe streets of the undent Vcrulumlum y St Albnnx England which Is toe further oxnivaUd tire paved withIIi oyster shells ulilch scorns to Indicate good taste nnd economy on the part of the EnglishmansI trdItS0Isi Dont forget to try a News Want Ad Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OyerWork I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for much sickness andsuffering onedol tnereiore kluney I trouble is permitted to I continue serious re arc likely to follow Your other organs need attention but kid most because they most should attention Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand quickly pour en tire body is affected and how every organ dutrIfbadly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial con vince you of its great merit The and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is sOon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties been proven in thousands of the most distressing cases If you heed a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and lar You may have n sample bottle by malt free also a 11 suits most may your neys do dnd have first how will mild have sizes Omol1rpiiC1how when writing Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of SwampRootif- you do you will be disappointed 4 WOMEN IN SCOTCH PRISONS Humane Methods In Glasgows Jail Are to Be Adopted In England Totally rough ignorant women coming into a Scottish prison sent up for a reasonably long time leave there with some useful handicraft at their fingers end even such arts as fine oriental rugmaklng skillful needle work and professional cookery being some of the many money making self and homosustaining trades and things there taught Glasgows prison per mite no degrading sense of being spied upon and watched and driven by a harsh bulldozing Jailer all the time the New York Press says The best dog to say nothing of a man or wom an can have his character and self respect destroyed by being constantly overseen browbeaten and hounded by a low human character Glasgows system compels prisoners to forget for awhile the souldestroying degra dation of the prison and even makes the onlooker think he is in a busy happy Ilrstclass factory Women In the prison of the great Scotch city are encouraged to look and feel their natural best to hold up their heads and make the most of their figures and appearance Ugly khaki garb has been discarded for womans wear In prison with neat and becoming gown Their hair Is dressed simply and naturally to suit tho contour of each face Every wom an has her own lookingglass Calls thenlc instructors In Glasgows Jail teach women how to walk gracefully and hold up their heads How Is this for a Glasgy tolbooth But Tip is no bawbee or gaberlunzle lad to find fault but It seems a long way from the old double Jougs and duck stool to lookingglass and walking mastersEngland Is following Scotland By a recent order of the home office the Scotch syitem Is to apply to alt fe male prisoners between tho ages of sixteen and twentytwo of whom In England there are nowadays far far too many Starting out a largo num ber of the offenders and the unfor tunates are to bo sent to Aylesbury prison to learn some of the arts taught in the Scottish prisons such work as knitting sewing dressmaking house keeping and cooking Gk ldra n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR I lA NOTICE When sending a news item to this of flee please make it as brief as possible o we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of Editor w Generally debilitated for years Hall ick headache lacked ambition was worn out and all run down Burdock Mood Bitters made me n well woman Mrs Chas Preltoy Mooaup Conn I Good Road Notes If you cannot boost good roads a throw awny your little hammer Mud roads belong to log cabin days and log cabin days belong tothepnst A good road is to a country district what a paved street is to the city property that adjoins It It makes business Automobiles hove been driven over the oiled boulevards of Cat Ifornlu lit a rate of eighty miles nn hour without doing the slightest damage to the surface Money spent for good roads Is as good nn Investment for Ira proving the farm us Is money put lute stock sheds grain cribs V fences Fioiltf or anything else thnt innke the farm pny reach ppiiMintx lose no moticy In broken liimiess woruout ve lilelpif broken down live stock on mcoiim of Imd roads There a horse will haul 3000 pounds eighteen miles In II day and get buck for supper A farmer living on a good rood Is n free man tIe is not do pendent on weather conditions lie Is able to sell his stock and grain and fruit at the best mar ket prices The railroads have to serve the man who can get his stuff to n shipping point M dnv III the yenr anyII A flan of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen brain and strong body 25c at Severs Drug Store THE LABORER AND HIS HIRE American Worker Is Capitalist of La bor WorldAverages 185- a Day A laborer must earn enough to sup port himself and his family there fore a closely accurate Idea of the liv ing expenses in various countries can be gained from a knowledge of tho average wages paid a llaborer In each The American laborer Is the capital let of the labor world receiving in the United States an average of one dollar and eightyfive cents a day Tho next highest average Is found In Aus tralia where ono dollar and sixty cents is paid In Canada and the provinces a dollar and ten cents Is the average Only in these countries I does the average wage amount to a dollar a day Brazil and Chile each average eighty I cents a day In Great Britain and Ireland It is seventy cents In France and Central Europe slxty flvo cents in Germany fiftyfive cents and In AustrlaHungaryforty cents The la borers of Spain and Portugal earn on ly thirtyfive cents a day while those of Italy and Malta must be content with twentyfive cents In the Chi nese Empire the average is twenty cents and In Japan It is lowest of all only fifteen cents a day Logically one should be able to live as well In Italy on on income of four hundred dollars a year as in the United States on twentyeight hundred dollars and if a man In Japan should receive the American wage he should be pjilo to get along as well as the American whose annual Income Is five yiousand dollars Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause break downs You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strain ofany kind tnke Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van tie Sande of Kirkland Ill writes That I did not break down while en luring most severe train for three months id due wholly to Electric Bit ters Use them and enjoy health dud strength Satisfaction positively guar anteed 50c at Severs Drug Store I Busy All the Time TIttle Howard came In the other day crying und rubbing several bumps caused by a series of butts adminis tered by a pet sheep Well Howard said his sympathet ic auntie what did you do when the sheep knocked you down- I didnt do anything I was getting up nil the time Delineator I I The Cloverport Ice Cot f U ml c i m Is now making 10 tons of Pure Ice every 24 l hours Write oi telephone us your orders I which will receive our prompt andcareful at ten tlonJMarion VVe atherhoIt SeeyiiIID IiEft1 o J IEIIzJ 5m1Ej IEB1ilJEWiiIIlJ J f j It L j I J r1 1 11 + o + if Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Correuleu 16 May 1 1910Iun Ji7Dilly 0 i ii- ii z- III 2I 021ilia ftI 40 III 4i- oI 53 t103f 121- t181 137 40 14 f16315S 81682i NOTSTOP Between Mixed ox- Sunday 45pm f655 f720 s723 f741 zO- eSlO f834 49 55pm H5 Dally 0 pin i 4if 0 M i4r 33im- I j 4Oam Second Monday Wednsdyand m- l05p 143 Dally f453fS H- t5 1- 1IH f523f53l 552 559 003 f130 05S- fT03 1704 715 inr31- t1411 150 liB H- tiSS fH1fll f861 1910to 18- f921 1015 o curry stop from stop to East Second 9 Dally 6 fl 87 1757 1824 f830 sS 8 21 10 01 10 11 12 30- I 55 I 12 45 p ni t fs fS 31 f5 43 015025 C 31 fO 40 to 50 7 t8 8 40 ni 03 9 II 42 at Class 7 Mixed Dally ex- Sunday 5 30am 540 0 13 6 10 059 719 141 Dally iJ- tll ifiii tll23t930 60- UO 13- rio UO 00 if H- UO flU 1100 iTs 01 1210pmt12 Tm 136- r 145 cars No of to No sS let Class 113 Passenger 11 lOaui fU 10 sli sll 49- 115411fl1 1201pm s12 s12 36 1 3 30 11rstClass Dally 12 36 u m 12 56 pm I 5 4Osm- to 14 fll 31 tll 40 III 49 to Ot 10 19 21 3 10 48 CO 1 i- ft 40 r 4Opm Dally 40 m- JOOam STATIO- NSLvLOUISVILL1IAr STKAWBEKKV BISUOKK MEIJOKA 8TITES KATUUYN WET HOWARD BAUTLK8 UOOK II A V teN LONG BRANCH MKANDKMiUUQ KKHON 0 US TON IRV1NGXON WhliSrER LODIHUllO MYSTIC SAMPLE STEPHENSPORT ADDISON HOLT OLOVEKPOKT ShotS SKtLLMAN HAWESVILLE 1 PElKIE AUAIIC LEWISPOKT W AITIIAN1 DUTCH OWEN8BORO CONWAY MATTINOLY ORIPKITII STANLY t NEWMAN HEED jIALSSPOTTSVILLE HASKETT HENDERSON EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS 0823 023- tl Stops Where time trains l Trains and 146 free reclining chair Louisville and St Pulllmanwill stations discharge passengers east Cloverport will east discharge passengers from west Hartford Line West Bound Irvlngton and Fordsvllfe f50 1842 Glass 31- Mixed KrldjOnly HOpm 159a 555 607 027 637 045 701 713 724 730 736 750 fll4J f203f25 f24J5f250 s pm 27- Passenger IOINT PATES STATIONS Lv Ar Basin Harned Junctlon Hardinsburg JunctloniKirk AIcQuady Qlendeane Dempster Rockvale Vanzant Asklns Oaks Elimitch Fordsvllle EARLINOTON and BAST First Class 25- Pasenger 1aily 8 a TIME TABLE STATIONS 01 acres miles hard ot write from f 3 miles lajs Rood on good barns barn back In moat wood shed ot D 5 In good good stock good Rood hen a of a water ID1 8 The you pay n man that sell A is n ex nut will It Ob yes tell her some one and It Idea 146Jl 7 bam to 3d- U 5 Hrnir 3 50 0 FIrst Ola4 S a fl23i tI2 13 1817I 12 U143tI1 1129- ru 21 m is 1103 fl1 no 48 flU 41 no 37 1021- tlO 22- no in 1001 to 3 143f- O 32- II us fs bO 1f4S is 30 t8 22 15 807 11 lOam 10 10am sO sO C iS 845 sb 5 m 7 if68t1 to 40 1 08 4 57 f- ii 3 i5 l 307a 55 8 IIf between at Cloverport of stations Cloverport of Cloverport 09 31 35 27 fJ240f24J5 f250f230 Irvlngton Spring Garfield HO 11- o 1st 17 03 15 45 fi of ox 4 fl 45 fi 20 si 00 45 40 32 27 13 12 3S p I n In ft i t13T 7 115- t7 01 031- fl 3j 16 1C 5 oi no 141 144 112 15 tll tll 8 o 12 m- I12 J5 I Mixed 11 1015 10 10 943 9 36 9 31 9 26 9 23 905 BOUND Between Dempster FallsofBRou I wontIntoJune1t ItlsTEnjFALLS IIrlt Passenger 4Class 32 only Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a or business 1 If you do you may find Just you need this department If are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at owners and of these suit you write us once tolling us you and where you It and let us introduce ou to man who has youareWo recommend the following properties as productive and fair in price to Sell your or business D If you cash for property send and description and let us you how we buyer and seller tooother This dartthont conducted purpose of enabling J buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties make sales j Jno D Babbage i 34 north ot PJtJvr insburjr near the nrandenburf road Well watered plenty timber for Improvements Double Log small tobaccotlon Jno D Habbage Ky C1 300 acrrs miles Guston from Irvington well watered well orchard toad yardslrol1dwelling with kitchen back porch two and tenont house ana cistern tho field and hen house will sellon easy payments plenty small fruit Further particulars address Jno Ky i7 ACRE FARM room cottage hall and u porch repair 7stall barn two side sheds crib moat house itnd house and variety apples peaches and grapes Rood well and never falling spring for stock 200 yards oust IlIlthSchoolCO pfUUUAnn westofGlondeane cultlvqlionSO5 inneigbborhoodlentylog dwelling rooms and side room Trouble Do find any trouble writing stories Dawdly None whatever But Id well could thorn for me Philadelphia Inquirer Play Old Friend plan most cellent one dq you think your agree to Married Man Ill else It1 Ill call an Idiots rin2 iif ir 1141 300 333 00pm H2 Dally 1250pm 01- fliSSam fl160U143 flO 81- f9 823 801 758 752 739 Class Passen ger Daily toM 38 f9 20- s922 5911 EO fo836f833 f827f824 f824f818 24- Passenger Dally 833gm U201I 1044 Daily 40pm OO- fOD4 U- fll33 65011 001 t542t iSfj fiBt510 t510t I 400 r iiii 311 230 34am s12 s12 f12 f12 f12 sl2 05 ly lt 4155f841 021 013 008 Signal shown Second Mixed Dally Sunday 15pm f320 s2C7 f237 s225 s210 s200 Olpm Daily T5- fS 111t1 21- fy23 f841f1131 55pm west Bound rClau 10 Daily o- Sunday 10pm 1050 1030 1001 954 915 910 WEST BOUND Second Mixed Monday Wodnsdy and lorldy 125pm1ffinm farm what in you once for name address If none places at what want want the the being Do You Want farm want your price at once show bring is solely for the to quick house Cloverport young nabbago Oloverport Winning Your wife suggested good stable 3 tobacco barns3 tenantIIenty ot good timber for farm t Sood rand to clear lrce 200o FOR SALEStore house and hOUSeSiicorner First and highOloverport Ky Cistern basement3ongth ot building WIll sell at aexchange for a dwelling house In Two room cottage on Murray Avenue rWell locatecj tents for 5 per month FOR SLEA farm contalnlng250llcresand l 1 under fence A nice cottogttct JIve51 rooms two cisterns t wititastoferoomoveritbarnsioneapple andtrees also peach mostallincluding a nice IvInyard ot choicest grapes 200 acres clo3rodbalance In 1grovesot1 Elironionprice is 5000 cclong and easy payments POU SALEAsplendld stand for a diugKtn by 1andJustthestoiIntoabusInessAn V wants to retire c fularsUlyorPort f It 1 I Bruners Plan Adopted r i At a meeting of the director of The w tFarmers Bank of Hardinsburg August 1 t15th Dr Ben L Bruners plan of bank examination Was unanimously adopted presentDrJW Guthrie Allen R Binckiide Housten Alexander aid J W TNi Subscribe today a G ADVICE TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS On How to Write for the Press Valuable Pointers Given Which if Cloicfy Followed will Greatly Improve their Letters The Rouceverte W Vn West Virginia News recently printed a set off rules for the guidance of its country correspondents These rules are just as applicable to The Breckenridge News as the West Virginia newspaper We would advise our correspoudents to clip them out and preserve them for your future guidance The rules follow in part 1irst of all the News is a newspaper designed to give the news of the neigh orhood county State and nation and no effort should be ma e to make it the purveyor of mere gossip or the instru ment of personal revenge In dissemin ating the news it must be reliable and impartial to the utmost degree Once in a great while ttomeone who has a grudge against a neighbor writes a letter to the News in which a sly thrust is made at the person he or she doesnt like Sometimes it is cleverly disguised and the editors are unable to detect This should never be done and is earnestly hoped that no correspondent jpr occasional contributor will so abuse our trust Personal ieeltng should never dictate in giving news Ney overlook the comings and goings of neighbors whom you may not like Give all the news of all the people whether you liki them or not Avoidas much as possible chroni cling the cells made by one neighbor r upon another who live on adjoining farms There is little news value in such items1 Do not note the calls made by the beaux on the belles of the neighborhood Do not forecast marriages unless absolutely certain but report them after they occur In giving the news of a birth saya son or daughter was born to Mr and Mrs So and So on suchandsuch day of the week month and year Leave GOOD ROADS BEE Novel Idea That Can Be Duplicates With Profit Everybody we suppose has heard of the old fashioned spelling bee etc but a good roads bee Is a brand new thing Out In Logan county Kan the other day a live wire com mercial club arranged such a bee with gratifying results Twentysix teams and more than that many men turned out Lawyers and merchants and bankers and farmers Joined forces They drove scrapers and plows and wagons and road drags and as a reo suit the days work created u tine stretch of road running Into the town of Logan The Topeka Capital pub lished a cut of the guests at the bee and it must have been an Inspiring scene The Idea Is excellent and could be duplicated with prollt In many a rural southern community- On the same plan Is the designation of good roads days The county commissioners give official color to this by declaring certain days good roads days and Issue a call to the citi zees of the entire county to turn out and work the roads The people In that part of tho summer when farm work is slack will be found more than willing to take part in such a patriotic Job and a surprisingly large amount of good can be accomplished The roads can be shaped up dltchescleaned- out and the road drag turned to good use Cooperation Is the order of the day In all lines of endeavor and where there Is lacking a system of financial backing sufficient to construct permanent highways this bee Idea and tho good roads day Idea will be productive of good in more ways than oneSouthern Good Roads M i Now is the time to use a Want Ad off making comment on the fathers actions Dont report any rumors which have no foundation or rumor which would injure a person if untrue Date letters and write with this date in mm 1 Write only on one side of the paper using ink or soft and vey black lead pencilWrite plainly as1 possible especially proper names and start a new line every time you change the subjet thus making paragraph of each item Write about comings and goings in your neighborhoodthose who visit from a distance or from some other town or uelghboihood and those who go away on business or to visit Tell who they are isiting and where and when and write plainly and correctly Dont use nicknames but always the proper name Get till deaths giving full particulars date age residence cause of death full name number of children ifany left and where they live and all other particularsGive marriages and particulars of weddings Give account of all accidents fires new buildings of importance sale of farms or large propertywho sold and who bought crimes if any are commit ted with correct aud accurate details Report everything of a news character Leave nothing out which has news val ue or which will interest readers Report large crops and crop prospects Report any unusual business activity Report social events parties etc and give names of those invited or at tendingReport all religious events which are to take place giving names of those connected with them Report nothing of a personal nature or which will wrong anybody in the slightest MONTE CARLO FOR ITALY Located on Picturesque Island on Magglore The two picturesque little islands of Drlssago situated In Lugo flag glore near the Swiss frontier form the site chosen by an AngloItalian syndicate on which to create a modern resort on the lines of Monte Carlo The Islands are the property of an Irish nobleman who some twentyfive years ago planted fig trees olives pomegranates oranges and myrtle which Uourishcd in the open air so well that It became a beauty spot of tropical plants on the Italian lake A large casino with gambling rooms theater concert hall gardens etc is to be constructed at a cost of over 750000 A first class hotel and ports for motorbonls and yachts are also to be built The concessions have been obtained from the Italian gov ernment by a Rome lawyer Signor Serao who Is one of the directors of the AngloItalian syndicate mud tae capital required has been subscribed Voik is to begin on the new Monti Carlo at once- Farmers Merchants railroaders la borers rely on Dr Thomas Electric Oil Takes the sting out ol Burns Cuts or bruises at once Pain cannot stay where it is used Great Flood Loss In Japan Toklo Aug 16It Is reported that 385 persons are known to have lost their lives in the recent floods caused by the rise in the River Sunida and that GOO are missing Prayers for rain from a score of pill pits lu Plttsburg were apparently an swered Sunday in short order At 4- pm the drouth of ten weeks wus broken by a heavy rain and hall storm BBHsl s ss I ONT lend this copy of the News D Every time you give the paper away it is handicapped for greater r i success If your neighbor is not willing to f paytwo cents for his home paper yout t shouldnot do it for him unless he is a 1 pauper tAsk your friends to subscri lIl be tell your neighbor to and we shall appreciate your cooperation You may never tell us about your kindness to t SaytI r bread cast upon water will some Lltk come back to you flWe want the News to be greater this fall and winter I than ever before CtThe paper can not improve as long as the borrower r lives next door to the subscribersTel jus in our subscription campaign I11 ir z 7Tr iC wtSS35S 7 viuJv i V Vi f i J a I J 0y i l f J fJJ LAME EVERY MORNING A Dad Back Is Always Worse In The Morning Cloyerport People Are Finding Relief A back that aches all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning Makes you feel as if you hadnt slept at all Cant cure a bad back Until you cure the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kidneysmake you feel better work better rest better and sleep bet terPermanent cures in Cloverport prove the merit of Doans William Johnson Cloverpcrt Ky sasIIDoans Kidney Pills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and consequently I have no hesitation in recommending them For six years my kidneys were disordered the secre tions being too frequent in passage and when allowed to stand depositing sedi ment My back ached severely parti cularly at night and in the morning I was so lame and sore that I could scar cely get around Whenever I contract ed the slightest cold it settled in my kidneys and made my suffering more intense Doans Kidney Pills have given me great Telief from these troubles I For sale by all dealers Price jO cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeaber the name Doans and take no other CORE OF THE EARTH One of the Enigmas of Nature That Science Cannot Solve human beings know only a mere skin of the surface of the Garth not more than thirty tulles deep while the globe Is 8000 miles in diameter There Is probably no oxygen at all below thirty miles and it Is difficult to guess what are the elements within Prob ably the heaviest elements form a dense core near the center- It is in some respects astonishing most alarming that we are so com pletely devoid of any direct knowledge of the conHtituents of the vast mass of globe beneath us and really only know the merest film A skin or membrane onetwentieth of an Inch In thickness the thickness of kid or brown paper spread over a ball n little more than a foot In diameter repre sents the proportion between the the known crust of time earth thirty miles thick mid the great globe Itself We are dependent on Inference and speculation for our notions as to the constitution of all that Is beneath the mere skin of thirty miles thickness on the globes surface Even what Is thrown up by the biggest volcanoes docs not come from below this depth or tell us what lies hidden thereEx change EYE OF THE CAMERA r The Picture It Brought From Out ia Dark Cavern Dr Francis Clark told nn Interesting story of a youth living In Maine who was out in the woods one day taking photographs of attractive bits of seen cry lie came upon the mouth of a lit tie cavern between the rocky and he said to himself I will see what sort of picture I can get out of that cave and as It was a dark day he decided to take n time exposure In stead of a snapshot Steadying the camera upon his knee as well as he could at the edge of the cave he gave the sensitive plate a long deliberate look at the semidarkness within Then he continued his trumpI through the woody apt after a few hours returned- to his cumuli Several weeks afterward when de veloping his plates you can Imagine his astonishment to see in the picture in the very center of the cavern with arched back and bristling fur and within springing distance of the spot where he timid balanced his camera a huge Canada Ilynx that might easily have destroyed his life Aud yet he came and went and saw no signs of dangerChrlstian Herald Proving a Statement- A certain minister who Is an emphatic preacher Is at times at a loss to give his utterances proper weight For instance hell say This statement is as true as is the night which will follow day or as true as that the trees will bud In springSometimes it happens that the doc tor has more statements than ho has illustrations to give them weight On one such occasion he reteauked This is as true as time Here the doctor halted He paused a few moments and then his face lllumlnedas true as is the statement that some member is yet on his or her way to church- A few moments later a lady entered the edifice and swept grandly up the aisle The doctors face assumed an I told you so appearapce The con gregation began to smile then to laugh Sympathy for the embarrassed lady however soon subdued tho apparently uncontrollable mirth Jury Acquitted Them A jury at JroJJI acquitted the twelve men charged with the attack on the county Jail there on the night J fJI t f I MVMM rlJ If Q1cI 1QJ1E L0IIO RIQI t = 0JIII I 0J- Q Some Coal is Like Paper Q- n I n It catches fire quickly and burns up more n U quickly Resultthe minimum ofac U E tual heat Some coal is like rock it will hardly catch fire at all 0 One Coal is The Happy Medium 0 THATS OURS It Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Neat a n a- JasM Lewis 0 El is agent for IDl THE HAPPY MEDIUMI JJrrn101 Order Winter Supply Now Spoltsyille or Basked Coal And Youll be Satisfied 101 YoH BOWUER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBREcKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent onlTimelDcposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowater Ilno C Jarboe 0T Skillman A R Fisher I s40VM arrsvM AA MgirMaaNr IY AAssdiaol EVERY FARMERAs well na every husiness mUll should have a hank account WHY I Because I Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying your bills by check is tho simplest and most convenient method paysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit- A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to 8aveibookkeepingYour I JourhusinessI Bank we extend our J The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co sorvicesJJC icT 4T rli0r 50 MEN NEEDED AT ONCE 50 Steady work Good Accommodations Quarry of the KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY r Kings Landing Meado County Ky WeH TOMPKINS Superintendent tIDEAS ABOUT THE RAINBOW Queer Notions Held by People of Different Countries Regard Ing the Bow In many countries the rainbow lis spoken of as being a great bent pump or siphon tube drawing water from the earth by mechanical means In parts of Russia in the Don country and also in Moscow and vicinity it is known by a name which is equiva lent to the bent water pipe In nearly all Slavonic dialects it IBI known by terms signifying the cloud siphon and in Hungary it is the pump Noahs pump and Gods pump Tho Malayan natives call it by the same name that they do their manded water cobra only that they add boba meaning double headed the equivalent in our languago being Ithe doubleheaded watersnake They tell you that the bow lis a real thing of life that it drinks with its two mouths and that Hhe water 1 is transferred to the clouds through an opening in the upper aide of the cen tre of the great arch In the province of Charkav Russia the rainbow Is said to drain the wells and to prevent this many are provided with heavy tlffhMKtlnc stone platforms In the province of Saratov the bow Uh Is said to be under the control of three angels one of whom pumps the water the second feeds the clouds and the third sends the rain Many Im probable and impossible things would happen if you could only get in reach of the bow The little Turk is told that If he would have a silver head with gold teeth and ruby eyes he has but to touch the orange stripe In Greece they say that the person BO unfortu nate as to stumble over the end of tho bow will have his or her sex Immediately changed Only Classified l confess to being rather particular about my pajamas said the fastidi ous man and I had an experience last week that nearly gave me nervous prostration until I saw the humor of the situation I was staying in a little country town down in Maryland and it was necessary to send somo soiled clothing to tho laundry the one laun dry of which tho village boasted Judge of my surprise when my stuff was returned to me to find that my pajamas had been heavily starched with decided creases Ironed down in front I was not only en raged but mystified as well until in- lodking over the bill 1 came to this item One tennis suit 35 cent Better I2ate Than Never So Subscribe Right Today f Our Clubbing Offer Homo and Farn 1 yr i 50 Undo Kemus Homo Maga zinc 1 year 1 00 Good Housekeeping 1 yr 1 50 Daily Evening Post 5 a mos 1 25 Breukenridgo News 1 yr 1 00 Total 52r All of the above for only 225 Send money to The Breckenridge Cloverport Ky This offer will be withdrawn after Nov 1 1910 If you want to get in on it send mony at onco NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jrio D Babbage 3 Biliousness Feel heavy afteudlnnerlSTongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sallow Liver needs waking up Doans Reguleta cure bilious at tacks 25 cents at any drug store u Keyestnote of success r x q L- m l l r F w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 21 1910 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance t CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advance x Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us Whenordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essDemocratic Ticket For Appellate Judge w WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON Do you remember that little green card we sent you regarding your subscription 1 Have you attended to it if not better do it if you want the paper continued If wo do not hear from you we shall consider that you do not want the paper longer and will discontinue it 5 Ben Johnson is the favorite candidate for governor in this county The Democrats are nearly solid for himII A petition IS being circulated for the pardon of T S Anderson of Owensboro recently convicted for false entries in the Daviess I county bank Jfo is over seventy and should liavo his fr Il1II As goes Maine so goes tic country Senator Hale who has been in Congress forty years will be succeeded by a Democrat In 1912 theiremainder of the Republican contingent will follow brother Halo Brockenridge County furnished delegate to the recent reunion of Confederate veterans at Peewee Valley Ky who has passed the 70th mile stone It was none other than Mr It S Skillman our ox circuit clerk The Republicans in the eleventh district have nominated Caleb Powers for inntho assination of Goy Goebel The general belief is that ho will be r defeated at the polls in November Cleanliness is next to Godliness says our Irvington correspondent Wo wish that all our correspondents would get this spirit in all the towns aver the county so that Breckenfidgc might be beauti = ful and clean from one end to the other Wo extend our sincere sympathy to Mr and Mrs Sullivan in the loss of their daughter Katherine Elizabeth She was just nine teen years of age and had started on a bright career in newspaper work with her father who is editor of the Shelby Sentinel at Shel byvillo aI The New York World nominaties for tho presidency Wm Jon nines Bryan As Mr Roosevelt has recently stolen Mr Bryans platform it is not likely that Mr Bryan can get in Tho great Democracy of tho country will see to it that a Democrat is nominated this time that will win The end of this week will see about all tho tobacco crop cut and housed The crop generally speaking will be much bettor than was expected three or four weeks ago The seasonable weather has done much to help out the late planting Growers are generally I pleased over the outcome Tho New York Sun says the great Democratic victory in Maine- is full significance and it is a danger signal to tho Republican party in the nation Republicans all over the county are in a shaky condition except in Breckenridge county where they dont know that nn election has been held in Maine The Kentucky Press Association was represented at the State Fair by President A D Miller Secretary Sanlley Harry Sommers Dan Bowmar W P Walton and Tom Pickles Although there was no special program mapped out for tho editors we all enjoyed the courtesies extended tho press and felt that the interest we have shown in the fair was appreciated Tho fair was a monster suttees the total attendance being 110598 six thousand more people than attended last year ABDUL HAMIDS 746 WIVES WORRY LAWMAKING TURKS Pensioned Because They Cant Re marry Among Moslems Abdul namlds wives continue to be a source of perplexity to the Turkish government Their number was esti mated not to exceed 200 Including fee male slaves of nil ranks but tim minis try of finance found Itself confronted by claims from 740 women who de mantled from the exsultans successor compensation to the tune of SSOOOOO The government refused to pay this sum but proposed that the chamber should sanction an arraugenjtnt by which the women of the harem for n period of ten years should receive monthly pensions ranging from 425 to 2125 whlch even in frugal Turkey is n pretty meager subsistence rite Turkish deputies however still thought the ministry overgenerous Some of the Extreme Left shouted Why dont you get them married otr7 whereupon the finance minister retort ed that the women were lone and homeless widows and according to Turkish custom could not expect to at tract husbands among the faithful Other deputies suggested that as the women came mostly from Asia Minor or Albania they should be sent back to their native provinces to bo cared for locally Here the members for the provinces concerned Jumped up and pointed out indignantly that the families of these votnen had received good money for them by selling them to Ylldlz kiosk and that the local authorities could not now be expected to provide for their maintenance Other deputies again I firmly refused to do anything at all for the oxsultans grass widows so long an wives anti mothers of Ottoman soldiers who had bled for their coun fry were llvlng In dire poverty ERnlDjnJi majority vas found forte governments projec and so the v bmeni of the harem may look for ward to receiviug thejr little lreuslon pt all events until 10 0c1opji1 REPORTERS REWRITE BIBLE Clergyman Thinks Newspaper Handling Would Enhance Interest f JijqlUHTaMrtTT ibe novel combination III the pulpit of n newspaper mans training with the equipment of a minister is tub lip to date Idea of the Rev W 11 Jordan pastor of the Presbyterian church at Jcrseyviflei III Recently he visited i newspaper ofilce there to see how a dally Is gut out The bright and breezy way In which Ity reporters write up an event makes people read the story through with Interest from start to finish com mented Mr Jordan I have often thought that If ministers In their ser mon writing would try to adopt news paper methods to tthe extent of turning out more Interesting and vivid copy they would make more Impression upon their congregations and attract more to tbv services If certain events related In the Bible had been covered by men like the newspaper reporter or today tow eagerly we would reade11ullI- ere many persons now repelled by the style of the King James version would rend such an account If It ex isted with the keenest Interest and pleasureANCIENTS FEARED DOG DAYS Sacrificed Canines to Slriusto Ward Off Sultry Dangers In ancient times It was customary at the beginning of dog days to sac rifice a brown dog to appease the wrath of Sirius the dog star so soon as that star became visible to the naked eyes Sirius was supposed to cause the hot sultry weather usually attendant on Its appearance and the ancients believed that on the first morning of Its rising the sea boiled wine turned sour dogs grew mad and that man became afflicted with burning fevers hysterics and frenzies At Argos a festival was held during the dog days called cynopbpntes from Greek words signifying killing dogs when It was the custom to kill every canine creature that was met with Canadian Fire Insurance Pays In 1009 tho fire insurance companies In Canada received 17058843 In premiums and suffered losses amount ing to 58585354 a gross profit of nearly CO per cent The amount at risk In 1009 was 1803459522 an crease of 1027M2nO over 1008 InI Subscribe Right Now f i ALICE B HICKEyI I I Incites you to see J N J t itstf t Mail Orders Given Personal Attention Yh t 1i 616 Fourth AvenueJ t Lpyisyitte Ky f r t1 r IEI IEI i8I EI t1fA r Sit rdaya+ t boa It G 1 IWJo till bra Ictoerst GO the Ors t E13 Jflj Glendeeuie Kentuckyi 1 = At Auction r ra Ito RA 4 Fox 0 Fo Fo The remainder of our stock of Goodseconsisting oli 11 DRY GOODS GROCERIES BOOTS I 4 I lid SHOES NOTIONS UNDERWEAR wed F OVERSHOES GENTS FURNISHING b r viiifret I GOODS AND FIXTURESBIani i You will get nothing old or shop IIInAl worn ofisiofh eaten as everythingb 4 Editi1 1 1 is new We have been in businessb1l Ilittle1 over a year Everything goes I ll- I lat r E auction Saturday Oct 1 1910Dhas W m l ttsr tbag I Moore Hun erl sLot Sun AI A- lwas A JLotono IIg fiS tf tIi1 5J1 r5D1f1 lthis I I Land Mules and Horses For Sale I I torAI to fall v and 0 4J l JkJ41 I J1111k fUll II Ai aMrsI have 310 acres of Iland lying on the turnpike road 4 miles west of flldayHardinsburg and running north to the Stephensport road near New I JasBethelanother tract 100acres more or less lying on the turnpike roadAIs east of Cloverport nearHites Run church no improvementsAlieo IIAlso Airs Oak timber 111 another tract 130 acres more or less lying one mile east of11Iet I Cloverport and near the turnpike road no improvements except small Mrs II Al IIBI IIdI aw CIDJ This property is offered for sale because the state of my health iSi such IS I IIiI m for 1910 I v I 6Head of Good Work Mules and 3 Head of Horses for IHave satet IForinformation desired write to II F Fraize9 Cloverport Ky 11 0 A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned 0 i Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can find no safer not bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in the f o BANKOF CLOVERPORT 0 with the interest compounded semiannually and no better way of payiiigry our bills f than by check whole y you always have a record of payment t i 70PEN AN ACCOUNT WITH ILS j ott0000We i have a seven year record of fair dealings with our customers and always cater to their wants U 1 1 when consistent with f sound banking principles I W 0 4aa i o 0 011 I 0 il olt=L w I 2- r i tii1 Q A Reliable Remedy 1tt FO- RCATARRH tI Elys Cream Balm Iis quickly absorbed files Relief at Once It cleanses soothes j t protectsElie m brave resulting from Catarrh and drIv er away aCold in tho Head quickly Restores i tho Senses of Tasto and Smell dull sizo LiquidCreamEly Brothers CO Warren Street Now Yor- w Breckenridge News IlShe = WEDNESDAY SEPT 21 1910 f = RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS tt116r Precinct and city Offices 2G0 For County Offices 500 For State and District Offices 1600 For Calls per Hneoo 1 For Cards per line 1- r 10 I For All Publications in tbe inter est of individuals or expression views per line 10 Wftt0flUdlvidual i1S1St7a5tStS USISs7s7t7t itbs St5tS- 1y J rI local Laconlcs X r OtSlie7eit11S1SISIkk11 7ei1AAla11i1Sq 7sS111k Q j Fraize Is in Cincinnati this IIFred f Rogers has returned from Eure Mr and Mrs Sam Berry were in Lou vllle last week 1 1 Miss Ray Heyser has returned home il from Franklin li Born to the wife of James McClell th1 1MrboyWinfred and Mrs Allen Kingsbury were in Louisville Thursday Mrs Katie Showers of Elizabethtow- g I is the guests of Mrs Frank Fraize rii Mrs John Burn and daughter Missi Edith were in Louisville Monday t 3Iiss Carter of Henderson has beenI yjsUing Mr and Mrs Henry Carter I P C iSacIehwater who has been 111II i 4 X iin Irvington is able to be out again V Miss Carrie Lee Tucker and Forrest tii freeman were in Louisville last week 1 Dr Henry E Match of Middlesboro oI V has been the guest of Miss Louise Bab rbager- m Miss Stella Fippin of Indianapolis l was the guest of Miss Evelyn Hicksi W Sunday rah Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson and dau ghter Carrie Mae spent Saturday iinI Louisville tonas Lyons sold to Vic Robertson = k one pair of three year old mules for SUOI ri this week Judge Mercer has gone t to Lebanon I IEI to visit his old friend the Hqn J Proc tor Knott Mrs James Cordrey has received her fall and winter millinery from Chicago and Cincinnati tlMrs Viola Jackson was the guest ofI Mrs David Wilson in Louisville a lewI a days last week Gilbert of Stephensport end IWm Jarboe of Chenault were i ville Monday Mrs Benton Eubanks and daughter Alice Cleo of Frankfort are guests of Mrs Robert Polk I Misses Daisy Dean and Emma Lou Moorman of Glendeane are visiting lEI fiMrsj Fred Ferry Ernest Robertson of Glen I I ii deane was the guest of her uncle Mr Charlie Edmunds at the Willard Hotel Jn Louisville last week v Wallace Mattingly is ill at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Chas Mattingly on the Pike Mr and Mrs 1 T Mattingly Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly attended the State Fair last week Mrs Snew and Mrs Randell return ed to Louisville yesterday after a short visit to Miss Rebecca Willis H W West of Lodiburg has gone therekis Masonic Street For salt16 head full stock Shrop shire sheep and 1 buck Ages right Earl Ben nett Basin Springs Ky Mrs EHga Taylor of Custerwho has been visiting Mrs Courtney Babbage in Louisville arrived yesterday to visit rev 1 latives Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and daugh ters Jane and Mamie will go to Colum bus Ohio this week to visit Mr and- O Mrs Loyd Miss Perkins has arrived from Cincinnati to take charge of the trimming department of the millinery store of Mrs Cordrey Mr and Mrs Walter Grayham Joe Grayham and Mrs Price Grayham have returned home from Louisville Oak Grove and Cedar Creek Miss Eula Wathen of Bardstown Junction is the guest of Miss Francis Smith She leaves Friday for Owens boro to visit Mrs Mary Wa hen V G Babbage will take care of any business entrusted to him for collection and he will take your acknowledgement to any paper of a legal character Kim Martin of Smith Grove and Miss Rachel Jackson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Truman Adams in Louisville n few days last week Barney Hall Jr who has been with Carl Overton at his barber shop for Irvingnton where he has accepted a posi tionGus Brown of Hardinsburg and V G Babbage were engaged in taking depositions here last week in an mpor taut suit between F Frafze and Albert Orum Wanted A young man who is not afraid of work to work lua store Ap ply by letter only stating experience reference and salary wantedEd Alexrander IrVington Ky Miss Mayme DeHaven gave a dinner party Monday evening in honor of Miss Daisy Dean and tics Emma Lou Moor man Miss Moorman will leave Glen deane soon to spend the winter in Aurora Illwith her brother DrI MoormanMark has gone to Owensboro to enter Columbia Mr Parette was one of the brightest young men in C areIpleased to know that he has gone to college The hamof Mr and Mrs Julius Nolte was struck by lightning Monday afternoon The wall paper and plaster ing were torn off of the front hall and the south west side of the roof was damaged LegalnWhat 1 n vntimrinuti to do when his ntUiition IIIIK been arrested by n pretty lrlV Why carry Ills wise to cour- tOUlWItltJ of i H i- iSarcastic Is she n jmiit shhorr No I shouldnt rail her great You can uuderstimil i vi ry word she sings 1 Detroit Free Press STUPID PEOPLE Couldnt Tell What Grew Up Sralght and Was Served on Toast Never ask any one to supply you with a missing word says a writer in the Atchison Globe and If the expert duce which he relates Is typical It Is good advice A woman was engaged recently In writing a letter to a friend jIn which she was telling of what they had to eat at a party She was getting along very well when nil of a sudden she stopped to tthink Whnt she called to her fancily Is that green stuff that grows up straight Evergreen trees some one soiled Oh no said the woman I mean something to eat Onions was the reply No she said ubt onions Lettuce beasts pens and soon were all called out by the family all anxious to supply the missing word None of them Is right said the woman Then she tried a new tack What Is It she said they serve on toastPoached eggs said one member of the family Jam said another Then the woman got up tore her letter Into pieces and put the thing oft till later on Three days later she was In a grocery store and saw something marked 1C cents a bunch that sent her running all the way home It was asparagus she cried I should think some of you might havo jknown It was asparagus Didnt I say jIt grew up straight and was served on toast V ABSURD FASHIONS Hairdressing and Hats In the Time of Marie Antoinette Some of the fashions In France dur lag the reign of unfortunate Queen Marie Antoinette were exceedingly absurd particularly hairdressing and hats which were trimmed with such an extravagant wealth of feathers that gloweredpan mothers and husbands murmured and the general rumor was that the queen would ruin tho French In d leeit ga aeI fiI- lOtledny Louis XVI decided to forbid the court In a body to follow the royal hunt In coaches In order to be jfreer ho wTsVed only to permit reall sportsmen to attend The noble In dies Immediately rebelled and the Princess of Monaco criticised the deer sion by moans of her headdress upon which arose a miniature royal coach followed By two gentlemen on foot In gaiters On the left of this was dls played a cypress garnished with black tears the large roots being formed of crape More absurd still was the halrdrcss Ing of the mother of Louis Philippe upon whose head every one could admire tier son the Due de Beaujolais In the arms of his nurse as well as a parrot pecljlng it n cherry Her Only Criticism Little Dorothy not only liked her tea iand coffee to hue the appearance of 1 being real and truly but she also liked to taste the flavor of each One afternoon her mother took her to a friends home where tea was served atIB oclockThe gave to Dorothy what she usually gave to her own children of Dorothys age In the lice of liquid refrcshmentvlz hot water sugar and milk Dorothy tasted hers politely and ate her little cakes Why Dorothy you arent drinking your tea dear Isnt It sweet enough 1 asked the hostess Yes Mrs C Its sweet enough replied the child Then why arent you taking It Its too dull she replied New York Times r1o U Ib gi j A + + It 1 m W antSMN + h + Wanted Young Man JANTEUA yonnl man who Is not afraid byletterunlI referencesFAlexanderFor RentFarm COll KENT Avery desirable farm of 150 allnecessarya6mllerahuveStoplienspotton lulidlsln u very Rood stuto of cultivation LowrySmlLhFor Sale Sheep Shropshlroshenpnett Hasln Springs Ky IFor SaleGroceries and Confectioneries FOR j ALKMy entire stock of Groceries lid Confectioneries and store room for runt C fc I Slppol Cloverport Ky For Sale Machinery FOR SALEat very low prices one 10 horse power Udar Scott Traction engine one onoMcCormick enKlneonoCoUuwesvllloFor SaleScholarship lJOWItDgOrfenment of lint University I1reckenrlllKe Nays Cloverport Ky For SaleMill 16horsepower VarbelFor SaleBank Stock IFOR SALE Six shares First State Hank Irvington Ky Fletcher man ford Lebanon Ky For Sale Seed Rye FOIL SALESeed Kyo at 00 cents bushel on cars at Holt Ky Julius Dutschko For SaleGood Farm- FunJ 8AJEOood form 112 acres 14 miles Webster Good dwelling and out- housesi Now Is your opportunity to get a farm cheap My reason for selling nrng West Will sell farm and crop all to Have seven acres good Burley to bacco Como you want a bar sin L C SlmmonrWebster Ky rllt ta449n rlY M J Eyes Tested I Frames Fitted Glasses GuaranteedII WatchesClocks I JewelryRepaired t Severs Drug Co t J JA Boy and a Gun Lexington Ky July 29Vhlle drIv Ing with his fifteen year old wife from diem he had been estranged anti only recently reconciled Matthew Bond also fifteen years of ago nephew of President Rlchhard Crosfleld of Tran sylvania university committed suicide ay shooting Tho tragedy occurred on t road near Lnwroncobiirg Ky Gave Up tle Pursuit Dublin Ind July 2JScorch for Lemuel McMnllen the exmountaineer jf Kentucky for whom a posse search fd has been abandoned The fugitive s wanted for beating one of his chll Iren in an inhuman manner QJI J01 JII Qo III 0JIQ 1111 NEW A in 0 Pall and Winter 0 Q 0 Dress Goods t COMING IN Including o Flanneletts 0 Suitings PoplinSerge I El SergeEl fl Broadcloth 0 IiIiIn the new shades and weaves o aQ J C NOLTE 6t BRO 0 CLOVERPORT KY EQU 0IIIQOCiiCI01iL0 Louisville Market Report Louisville Sept 20 1010 Special Wheit No 2 Red and Longberry 04295cCornNo 2 white 6- 1OatsNo2 mixed new 85 Eggs Market steady case count 22 candled 2223- PoultryHeps 12 per lb roosters 7c young chickens 15 ducks 12c turkeys 15c Calves Market steady best 775 R 25 medium 600 f 775 common 250 600 Lambs Mnrket quirt The best brought 525 575 seconds 450 500 culls aJ 50 3 75 Hogs The small supply on sale invig orated the trade to the extent of advancing prices lOcf good hogs 90 Ibs and up selling at 9 75 light pius S8 0 roughs 875 down all were sold early and the market finished rather easy Not near enough hogs coming to supply the local packing trade to say nothing of Eastern orders Another Meaning- A traveler to tho north on tho Groat Northern railway having delivered his luggage to the euro of mi alert railway porterI proceeded to make himself comfortable In the cornerI of u first class smoklnj compart mem The porter having piifonuid his duty canto to Ithe cjirrliiRo to report not without exportation of mvtptill1 rtwurd1 111lull till pusscnmr I see by the iVltiMV nI N It on your cap n Ill t 1111 111 never recelvid Not iiulto tluit sir replied the por ter touching his nip peak It alight menu jrniiultles never rofused And tin way Unit porter smiled when ho left tilll niiTliim betokened his stills factIon nt the material result of his smart answer and Ithe service he had rendered London MallI If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the flour you ought to use m Full and Complete Line I E IHotBest had money Age superior Empire Grain Drills I IRoofingtheroofingsI0 Clearance Saleof Refrigerator Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Doors and all summer articles Ii tinfo 20 Refrigerator for 15 15 Refrigerator for 10 White Mountain Ice Cream 4 quarts M 225 regular price 275 Blue Ribbon 4 quarts 175 regular price 225 4 quarts 200 regular price 275 5 gallon Water Cooler 200 all doors and windows at 30 per centn Iitscroohr ASHcRiurTtIRVINGTON KENTUCKYI- 1 Quick climate changes try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal Catarrh a and offensive disease Sneezing and snuffl ing coughing and difficult and the drip drip of the foul discharge ElysCreamtains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful The worst cases yield to treatment in a short time All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 51 Warren Steet New York Henderson Route Notes Low round trip rates Sumner Tourist bares on saleJune tel to Sept tO in clusive returning not later than Oct Slat Honieseeken rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays t S8 10 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept Ii4 1010 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight of Sept SO 1110 Also 730 for the round trip on Aujri Sept 7 14 and 21 1910 good to return reaching Jo verport within 7 days from date of sale Low oneway rates to California Aug 25 to Sept 0 inclusive and Oct 1st to IS 1010 inclusive 14r from Cloverport Owensboro and return September 19 to 22 inclu sive Return limit September 27 acv count Annual State Cenvention of Christian church in Kentucky If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the hour you ought to use For the Best results try News Want Ads to be for the for and Screen Freezers Wonder discount troublesome breathing ingredient BUGGIES AT GREAT REDUCTIONS ITop Buggies sold at 45 now going at 3250 Top Buggies sold at 60ynow going at 47 50 12 inch Red Edge Collar Pads regular price 30c now go at 23c for one week only kt ilk U tg- it Y j 4 1 O w tl n td OJe+ttos- a I st- fy tM If you had positive proof that a certain remedy for female ills had made many remarkable cures would you 3not feel like trying it If during the last thirty years we have not succeeded in Convincing every fairminded woman that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has cured thousands and thousands y of women of the ills peculiar to their sex then we long for an opportunity to do so by direct correspondence Meanwhile read the following letters which we guarantee to be genuine and truthful Hudson Ohlo I suffered for n long time from a weaknes inflammation dreadful limns each month and suppression I had been doctoring and receiving only temporary relief when a friend advised me to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound I did so and wrote to you for advice I have faithfully followed your directions and now after taking only five bottles of the Vegetable Compound I have every reason to believe I am- a well woman I give you full permission to use my testimonial Mrs Lena Carmoeino Hudson Ohio II F D No1 St Regis Falls N yuTwo years ago I was so bad that I had to take to my bed every month and it would last from two to three weeks I wrote to you for advice and took Lydia E Pinkh hams Vegetable Compound in dry form I am happy to say that I am cured thanks to your medicine and good advice You may use my letter for the good of othersMrs J H Breyere St Regis Palls N Y There is absolutely no doubt about the ability of this grand old remedy made from the roots and herbs of our fields to curef female diseases we possess volumes or proof 01 this enough to convince the most skeptical tactII VegetableCompotuulfemale ills No sick woman does justice to licrself who will not try this famous medicine Made exclusively from roots and herbs and has thousands of cures to its credit Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health free of charge Address Mrs Pinkhain Lynn Mass lCEASING DIET FOR OPTIMISTS l A Good Laugh Helps to Lighten 1 Household Duties SINS OF RELATIVESINLAW Going to Be a Tremendous Fur fitSeason Neckpieces Will Be Larger Gowns and Suits of Two Materials Will Be Modish I yourelfDear Elsa When you have time to r 1 inspirationrmoment Take my word for It that this little story Is the breeziest most wholesome and altogether delightful yarn that has come my way since Mrs Wlggs of cabbage patch famo appeared In the book world and thats saying a good deal for the cheery op r x timism of Blllle Wlggs mother has hardIplaces and situations and I just lovo = herThis Mary Cary Is an orphan asy lum child but Im not going to spoil sport by telling you her life history I simply want to whet your literary appetite and make you hunger and thirst for an acquaintance with thla ii fascinating ditto creature by giving you a few samples of her mental deductions Hero aro some choice thinksThere Art days when I just lovo + thunder and lightning I cant flash and crash being Just Mary Cary but- tt Id like to and when it Is done for me It is a relief to my feelings Havent I r you often had these sensations I f have many a time and too oft And this one What a different place some people can make of tho same place Speaking of former Christmas celebrations at tho asylum she says Our Christmas had always been after Christmas and Christmas after Christmas is like cold buckwheat 1cakes and no sirup Now this is ex actly the feeling I have always had about Christmas Sunday school and charity entertainments Now isnt this ono lovely Your father is only related to you by mar riage but your mother Is related to you by borntion I might as well stop quotes before I Ive picked off more plums Read tho book and let mo know whether you like it lrRelatlens n law sayif1 C aeif a friend who was about to bo mar tYplodr She is marrying a man without I relative belottuhngto hint At the I vk r pr OOm OF TWO MATERIALS first thought such a situation seems to have its charms But Is it after all such an advantage to marry a solitary man or for a man to wed a girl who Is all alone in the world The chief thing Is that ho or she will bo free from the criticism and fault finding toLmakeand counsel they might have given are lost too- Right at the beginning we aro face to face with a real disadvantage Tho man not equipped with an assortment of relatives is much more difficult to get along with than one who has had his corners rubbed off and the non seuso knocked out of him at home and the same thing is to bo said for the lonely girl Dont you think it Is ElsaThey aro apt to have nfl undue sense of their own Importance and arc apt to be dreadfully thin skinned and east ly offended and although an Kipling bays lto made man one day and wo man unother as a sign that they should know very little of each others life still men and girls brought up tram J babyhood with the opposite sex know at least more than a very little of the way tho other half live The men know that girls are not as 1 thatI1 1 N b fount out mat l wolnan ngnay treat ed is the best pal In the world And for their part the girls with brothers have seen men on what Is far from their best behavior they have heard the remarks u man makes who when hanging a picture mistakes his thumb for the nail It Is no mutter for surprise to them that men cannot live o love and badly cooked dinners In short as no man Is n hero to his valet so no man Is a little tin rood toa girl1 who has brothers of her own She knows the sex too well Pcoplelnlnw are all popularly sup posed to be prejudiced and jealous per sons and after all It Is not an easy thing to see your beloved son or adoredI brother turn to find happiness In the light of another womans eyes Sometimes the Jealousy Is nil on one skit for I have known some young wives frantically Jealous of a hus bands love for hit mother and sis tens and some so unwise as to try toI lessen It This Is n fatal mistake The love a mutt gives to his mother Is not the love he gives to his wife and lessen- Ing one will not increase the other On the contrary the more real affection he gives to those others the deeper the devotion he has for her probably will be My motlierlnlaws n dear as you know so these thoughts are rather those of observation than of actual experience Then I had two sisters and several cousins who stood to me In the brother class and Dick well he was generously supplied with relatives to do the sandpaper act that is rub down the rough surfaces Now lets talk dress Ive had my last seasons cloth walking suit made over into the stunning costume a sketch of which I am inclosing to you The use of two materials in gowns of all descriptions and also tailored suits is to be modish which idea 1 have incorporated in my new cloth confectionAnd we are going to have n great season in pelts Even dresses are to be trimmed with fur mostly in banded effects and not only such dresses as you would naturally expect to see so adorned but the chiffons and laces for evening wear So you sec my dear this is the season when you should be having your furs made over Furriers have more time for consulta tion now and the charge Is much less for work than it will be n few weeks later Then many of the large New York shops are having sales of smart new furs at n third off These pelts are stored free of charge until you need them I must say byby now and see about my last winters neck set being altered The taxis at the door so faro thee well From your friend MABEL Now York The Lash of a Fiend would have been about us welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a merci less lung rack il1g cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes uoth lag helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me com pletely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lugs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly end never fails to satisfy A trial convinces SOl 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guar anteed by Severs Drug Co Long Official of Noted School James Edward Gaffney who for nearly 20 years officiated as the school clerk at Eton has just retired He had to know about everything con nected with the administration of the school down to the initials of a mem ber of the third form The majority of famous Etonlans names are to be found in his Tardy Book He had to see that a fresh birch was made for every boy swish- edChlidren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Appropriate The kindergarten teacher in R cer tain Sunday school who Is also a pub lie school teacher well on in years announced to her class of little ones that as she was very tired and much In need of rest she would not teach them during the summer The childrens sympathies were aroused and they collected In the class a sum of money to buy their teacher a gift One evening tho mother of the boy who was the leading spirit in the movement asked What are you going to buy torI your teacher Tin not quite sure replied the small boy but we saw something in the florists window today that weS thought shed like It was a pillow ajlI made of white flowers and right in the middle in purplo flowers it said At Rest It Hlta Them Differently The same thing may affect different people very differently says the New York Sun Were is one man just back from the country and this man says as he senses the citys roar My goodness This infernal racket makes my Dead ache But the man with him says Thank heaven weve got back at last where we can hear something Kay from the Infernalquiet of the couritryff Subscribe Righti Now U J AUSPICIOUS FOR AUTOMATIC L1N TELEP08T TELEGRAPH 8Y8TE INAUGURATES SERVICE TO- n LOUISVILLE Messages Exchanged Between Governors Mayors and Other Officials of Operating States and Cities Civic Organizations Join In Louisville Ky Marked by the exchange of greetings between prom inent stato and city officials and the heads of representative civic bodies tho telepost system of automatic telegraphy was formally opened this week between Louisville and Indian apolis The cordiality of the welcome ex tended to this newest marvel in tho evolution of telegraphy with Its 2000I words a minute service recalled toI many of the older residents of the rlttenderl to Louisville li2 years ago Among those who attended the ceremonies at the headquarters of the automatic sys tom at No 338 West Main street were two old men who were present when the first telegraph message was flash ed from Louisville by tho hand o crated system of Professor Morse As they saw ono automatic message after another rolled off the receiving machines on tapes at lightning speed the dramatic spectacle visibly affecteB them Marvelous as was the original telegraph with its sending capacity of 25 words n minute the speed of this ingenious device for transmitting intel ligence between distant points in spired them with a strange feeling At the same time that the Telepost messages were being dispatched and received the Independent Telephone Co was using the same wire for conversation between subscribers The ability of the automatic system to uso a telephone wire simultaneously with the telephone company while persons are talking over it without ono conflicting with the other gives it an important economic advantage over Its rivals and Is one of the novel features of this system which In time will enable It to establish direct telegraph connec tion with the most remote sections of the country with comparatively little costAside from the enormous speed of the Telepost what most Inpressed those present was the fact that all its messages are transmitted backwards This insures the Inviolability of Its wires at all times while messages aro in transit Present In the office of the automatic company were members of tho city council and other local officials of Louisville and a number of prominent business men including mem bers of the Louisville Commercial club The first message sent over the wlro was one from the newspapers of Louis villa to the editors of newspapers in Indianapolis Terre Haute Chicago Springfield 111 St Louis and Sedalla Mo and other cities in which the system has been commercially operating for the last year and a half The newspapers of the country will be ono of the largest beneficiaries by this sys tem which will give them a much more extended service for the same money their telegraph news now costs them or the same service for a fraction of the money they now pay for the service of the hand operated system Following the greeting from the editors were messages from state officials to state officials of Indiana and Missouri and from the mayor of Louisville to the mayors in all of tho operating cities Then came messages between representative business men and the commercial organizations of Louisville to similar organizations In cities reached by Telepost fellqltatlng them upon the establishment of thla new bond of fellowship between them The Telepost is the system by means of which Professor Roymn Hitchcock former curator of the department of science and Industries of the Smith sonian institute testifying recently before a special committee of the New York legislature said Pearys 8000 word story of the discovery of the north polo could have been sent from Battle Harbor to the New York Times In ten minutes had it been in opera tion at that time as far north It took 20 skilled operators three days to send It by hand Automatic messages are prepared on a perforating machine These machines have a regulation typewriter keyboard but In stead of printing the message in Roman lletters the keys punch a series of circular perforations in a tape When these are subjected to electrical con tact in the ToJepost sending apparatus they automatically create tho dots and dashes flashed over the wires to the receiving end The pulling of a lever sends a message on its way On the receiving end the message is automat ically recorded in dots and dashes on a chemically prepared tape Like Uncle Sams postage Tflepost rates are the same to all sections of the country making a special of that forms of telegrams The first Is a BOword letter sent over the wire at any hour of the day or night for 25 cents with the same celerity as an ordinary telegram and delivered by mall Jinstead of by messenger The second I4 10tford rites sage sent over we wlrfLlntherelulal way for 10 cents transcribed on a postal card at the receiving end and delivered by mall The Teletape 10p words for 25 cents it intended largely for large business houses Wjjtn the message reaches the receiving end the recording tape is placed in an savee lope withoutt ahy employe of the com pany redding It and Curried to flio per son for whom it is Intended for trau Jr Y a- Sr + tl JIV Publi SaIer I willsell at Public Auction SATURDAY OdI ober 1 1910 Householddconsistinglof 2 Black Work Mares 1 Fine 3yearold Fine Black Horse 1 yearling Fillya dandy by German Coach 1 New Faring Wagon 1 New Corn Planter 1 Disc Harrow 1 New Binder 1 Mowing Ma chine 11 Head Fine Sheep 1 Milch Cow Terms of Sale Made Known on Day of Sale W N HEAD D W HENRY Auctioneer r 11 T j WE WANT YOUR Eggs Chickens Turkeys Lambs Calves Hides t tTallow Beeswaxo- r1 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 houses shippingWe f f and make prompt returns to shippers I eeWE SELLi Flour Feed and Ice Ask E H ShcllmanJ Co bankers and First State Bank i Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stufl and depend on I getting the bestlprice the market affoids I IL1 I ITH BUSH SANATORIUMINCORPORATED 836 Fourth AvenueLouisville Kyk DR4EVELYN BUSHOS- TEOPATHICPHYSICIAN IN CHARGE The Sanatorium is equipped with all modern conveniences for the treatment of diseases by Osteopathy Hydrotheropy and Medical Gymnastic Methods I Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage ATLER T WINeJUlVI DIreetor-Late of Battle Creek Sanatorium i Correspondence Solicitedl0 a Teachers Wanted IThe demand for teachers who have been trained in the Western Normal is greater than the supply The Fall Session opens September Oth Write President H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky fqr Information relative to frog tuition I r t- itlfII w7 J 7r Notice arbpublishedat at t Please db not send obituaries rio the News without expecting to pay for the publicationrjof this kind of matter j q fi r at- M r 4 i r- LI i = 4 LONG DISTANCE ROAD BUILDING Highway 380 Miles Long Fin ished In One Hour t II ALL THE WAY ACROSS IOWA j Ten Thousand Farmers Turned Ou With Teams Plows Scrapers and Road Drags For Great Sixty Minute Job Between Council Bluffs andI DavenportTho bulhl1Dgtboort In Iowa a few days ago when In the short space of one single hour a line of road 380 miles In length and stretching entirely across the state of Iowa was put In the most perfect con dition of any road west of the Missis sippi river Weeks and months wero y spent in preparation for the work but not a pick or shovel was used until the designated second was ticked off jjjjhen as If by magic 10000 workmen swarmed out on to the roadway and when they ceased work sixty minutes later Iowa had one of the finest long distance roads in the entire west And not the least Interesting thing in connection with tho tremendous piece of work Is the fact that not a man of the entire 10000 engaged on the work received one cent of wages Good will and patriotism alone are responsible for the splendid showing Last winter the Iowa reads became so fearfully bad that traffic was prac tically killed and farmers were com pelled simply to remain In their homes Finally tho matter became a political question find both parties got behind the movement Governor Carroll call ed a good roads meeting at Des Moines early last March and out of this meeting was evolved the plan of a river to river road stretching from J Council Bluffs la on the Missouri river to Davenport on the Mississippi a distance of 380 miles straight across tho state from cast to west Make the river to river road as near perfect as is possible to make just common dirt was the sense of tho good roads convention Instead of appointing new commit tees to handle tho work the regular Republican and Democratic commit tees in each county through which the road would pass were appealed to The chairmen of the committees of each party were asked to get in tho game and work for the road Every body was agreed to do so and soon a RepubJCleans which party would have tho most workmen on the job when the time for work arrived- A Saturday was selected as the day and from 0 oclock to 10 oclock the hour of work Every former along the way was personally seen by the committees nnd practically every man agreed to give the one hour that was asked for Farmers were asked to bring their plows scrapers and road drags and an organization equal to those employed in professional railroad building was out weeps preceding the work all and culverts along the roadII IIworked and put In first class no delay might come to tIlt I IntterI1thoroad Hundreds and thousands of plows picks shovels scrapers road = drags grading machines and other Im plements were brought along Every farmer brought his team with him Superintendents and overseers had g been appointed in readiness when promptly at 0 oclock tho order was Issued to fall to And 10000 determined men fell to For an hour they continued working with might and main At 10 oclock the Job was finished and the farmers 1 went back to their fields leaving Iowa t9 lie possessor of tho finest piece of long Istanco roadway In tho west Pitts burg GazetteTimes Mud Ronds Relic of Barbarism Mud roads arc a relic of barbarism and always indicate a people of slow and unprogressive habits If a stranger should ride over all the roads in any county and find them all mac adamized he would be ready to bet on the superior intelligence nnd cnllght went of the people whether ho met a single oiie or not The roads of any county can 1 be greatly Improved by tho toad drag anti now Is the time to do 1I1Somo farms have already been en lianccd several dollars per acre by the 3lmplo process of keeping the roads to them In good condition by the vigorous nso of the drag f Keep Good Roads Good In commercial life we area won derfully practical people A man docs not let a house go to ruin for lack of and nails and a few boards rhhnmmerj ItI to make repairs or occasional coats of e paint to preserve the timbers He to does not use his carriage or his steam t engine or his watch or his clothes or anything else on such a fool theory 118lie applies the wise maxims of the l ouncoOf prevention and the stitch in time to his pprsoual and business t airs but such maxims seem to have jo application to road maintenance k m Nurse Says goodforI ple writes Mrs Clara Dykstra a trained nurse of South Bellingham Wash and will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women It makes them feel like new persons re lieves their pain and reg troublestBoth my daughter and I received great benefit IESiTake keCARDUII The Womans Tonic As a medicine for female trouble no medi cine you can get has the reputationthat Fifty 50 years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all teststhe test of TIME As a tonic for weak wo men Cardui is the best be cause it is a womans tonic Pure gentle safe re liable Try Cardui DRAWING NEAR TO THE END Closing Years of Life Should Be Among the Most Useful and Enjoyable As a rule people mellow with ago As experience ripens Into knowledge animosities should ade Into charity and love and wisdom deepen It Is often Impossible to ward oft Infirmity but neither ago nor infirmity need mean decrepitude and age need not mean unhappIness Nor should age narrow a person It should distinctly broaden and deepen a man or a wo man What Is more delightful than the grandmother In the home who can cheer and help by her seasoned ox perience and her glowing affection 1 She has been all along the highway of life and knows its pitfalls and tempta tions Her last years should be her best for the opportunity they offer of helping others to walk where she walked better than she did Reminiscence is a concomitant of age but It is no warrant for that nar row fallacy that the good old times were the best and the old person who can get away from this delusion can be happier with less effort than the one who lives entirely In the yesterday of life How delightful It Is to see an old person who keeps up with tho times reads the papers and new books and converses on the questions of the day and how much more re spect age like this commands than that that lies down to die just because the evening of life has come What Is there in death that such a life can covet GHKdren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORISecure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the ELEMEN TARY CERTIFICATE the INTER MEDIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitles the holder to teach anywhere in Ken tucky 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 I dress II II Cherry President West ern Normal Bowling Green Ky Kind Words From Home If people would only say what they think instead of waiting to write It the woman remarked Ilt would be a lot easier old world to live in Now theres the girl She writes me from way back there in Kentucky that I am tho sweetest thing In the world That I am so patient and lovely and so handsome She is tolling them all how handsome I am I am so clever she writes and so smart Shes tell Ing them that too If she had said all those things to me when she was hero wo wouldnt have had quite so many pitched battles as we did I dont believe I am quito sure we wouldnt Dont think that piles cant be cures Thousands of obstinate cases have been cued by Doaus orutQ1e t 50ceutaat any drugstore Kansas BrldetchBe Slain Abilene Kan Aug 16Bertha Be nlgus a telephone operator twenty years old was found dead in her room Sunday morning She was seated In a chair with her hands tied behind her back and was covered with pillows and blankets It is thought that she was chloroformed Miss Donlgus was to have been married today Ju Earl Llv ingston of TopekaIf Is believed Miss Benlgus way killed by home breakers t o s COUNT LEO TOLSTOI Latest Picture of the Great Russian Author VALUE OF ROAD KEEPERS Rational Plan For Repairing High ways at Little Cost Severn states In the Culled States have spent millions of dolnrs In build lag Improved roads All suites spend vast suns every year In Iroiul making and repairing And It Is strange but true that n largo proportion of all this money Is wasted Improved roads built at great cost are systematically let alone until they become bad again when there Is n howl about the repair bill Ordinary roads are Used up once I a year lath then neglected until the nn anal repairing Is due The rational plan of having road keepers to take care of tit roads nil the time does not seem to have found favor anywhere In AN IMPUOVED MACADAM nOAD the United States though It has long been In successful operation abroad- A little work at the right time will save u lot of It Inter on almost any road yet we continue to follow the wasteful plan of waiting till the bill grows bigger On all our Improved roads men should be Ikept constantly at work and the same Is true of most ordinary dirt roads A couple of men and a team can care for quite a stretch of road and do It cheaper than the same road can be Ikept In repair by a spasmodic effort often made by those who know little about roads National Stockman and Farmer ROYAL ACCOUNTS Methods of the King of England In Transacting Business No advertisement Is more valuable ton British tradesman than the royal warrant which allows him to place the royal arms over his place of business and describe himself as purveyor by appointment to his majesty the king Each tradesman who has the royal custom must send in his bill at the end of the month It Is compared with his ledger account kept at Marlborough House anal if correct is paid in tho first week of the month No discount is asked on any of the royal accounts A tradesman who receives the royal custom Is informed that he must sup ply goods at the lowest reasonable prices and there Is never any attempt at bargaining by the official of the royal household If a tradesman is extortionateItom Coat is supplied to Marlborough house by contract tho contracts be ing made for throe years and tho con tractors paid In equal half yearly pay ments Window cleaning carpet clean ing and chimney sweeping are all done by contract and the glass frames of largo pictures are also kept clean by contract Servants wages are paid monthly the upper servants being paid by check sent to each from the treasurers department The kings accounts for clothes cigars theaters newspapers books arid other personal articles are sent to his secretary not tho treasurer and aro also paid monthlyToronto Times Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supremo remedy aa 1housands Jiayq testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE itf the best medicine eves sold over a dniggfata counter 0 1s NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE But They DO Much IIThey help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms j secure positions find good helpin fact they sellwhat is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Try a Breckenridpo News Want Ad BusinessIIThe fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one Write Call or Telephone- Ift Inot convenient to youtheleave ass The I ftW lM Mn ftnJUMWtVWWWl convenientI WANT BANKEXAMINER The directors of The Bank of Hard Insburg Trust Co indorse the action of Secretary of State Bruner for a State Bank Examination- At a called meeting of The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co August 15 1910 the following resolution was pass ed by a unanimous vqte Resolved That we the directors of the Bank of Hardinsburg S Trust Co indorse the plan of Secretary of State Ben L Bruner for an examination of banks to be conducted under his aus pices and that we hereby direct the officers of this bank to sign the con tract submitted by him Signed B F Beard A M Kincheloe G W Beard- C V Robertson- D S Richardson Dire- ctorsCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatnro of Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tucky Patrick Teatls Admr Plaintiff 3253PatrickBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of Brecklnridge Circuit Court rendered at May term thereof 1010 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 2Jth day of September 1910 at one oclock CountyCourttwelve months the following described property towit Beginning at an ash on Richeys branch also corner to Kincheloes thence north 8 cast lo1 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 corner thence south 20 west 11 poes to a branch thence up said branch with its polesBeardsBeards branch and Sterretts spring Richeysbranchwest 46 poles north 31 west 20 poles north 54 west 20 poles to the begin ning Containing 209 acres more or lessThe 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 Leln retained moneyDltlderspromptly with thesetermsLEE Commissioner Not Room for the Dog If you are a distinctly doggy man with a partiality for doggy Jewelry there la one disadvantage In owning a dachshund said tho man who likes dogsFor the first time in my life I have chosen a dachshund for my faith ful companion Sometimes I wish I hadnt Tho dogs all right and I like him first rate but getting a pin to match has been hard work Into store after store I have marched with that dog as was mv custom with all my other dogs and every place I havo put my usual question Have you a pin that looks like this dog Nobodv had I guess they thought there was too much of him to go on a pin Conditiona- lIf I ask your fathers consent will you marry met Well It depends on how your face looks when you get through asking him Cleveland Leadpr Frozen Tales I suppose everything must be frozen sUit at the pole UIgue8s so At any rate some pret ty stiff stories nro brought back New York Press O o zo = RURAL TELEPHONES N jfjj i onthoimanagcioftheCumberland1elephonoSTelegraph X Company and have him explain the special Far rateIllIllI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY tI Incorporated t4r o j THEYFifth Avenue i HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr b 4Iie The most centrally located and onl in the city ma Only one block from the principal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres 1 Street curs puss the door to aU partsof the city- Everything neat and clean r JIft iIII C J LAND LAND LAND 1 iHE best Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to invest In T youcanBroom corn Sorghum Maize Alfalfa I In the Panhandle of can got three or four crops of Alfalfa each your which will average u too to the acre at each cutting The best of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones no hot winds Guarantee 1000 the First year To anyone who buys a section of this land 040 acres I will cuarantve them the above named profit the first year and when they have made the first payment In full I will deposit One Thousand Uuilars In any bank In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money If at the end of 12 months they cannot toil this section for the a bovo named profit then tho forfeit money IIs theirs Esea guarantee on onehalf ttxtlon and 250 on a quarter section If Interested write meat once J C CRUTCHER R R Webster Ky L 4 0 rSave S75BY ars6classTtotl IngasOiirato Texasy- ou Profits Agt PURCHASINGt OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL I LI BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 1NOOKFOI1TBD Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE K- YRIGHTNQWIs the time to subricribe for The News and see what your friends are doing 100 a year We ttd All Kinds of Job PrintingA J 4tt 1I I t5 J Coc S H1 J1 Gorsuch 1i Auctioneer Graduate from Tho National- S Auctioneering School of A r 7f r if H- et ffOlerlca13 yenta public sale ex 0 perience 2 years Union o Stook Yard experience a J 1t v Try Me on Your Sale J j Irvington Ky rJ t 1 have a number of fresh cows and ten head of Jersey- SS heifers for sale HARDINSBURGl George Lane bookkeeper for B F Beard Co is back at his work after an absence of a month at Barboursville and other points- L C Bowlinger of Mayfield who was with B F Beard Co during Mr Lanes absence has moved to Louis villeMr and Mrs Wm Beard returned Saturday from a visit in Somerset and LouisvilleMrs W Peyton returned from Bewleyville Saturday where she visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs T P HardawayGeorge McComb ExSupt of Ed r monson county is here from Frank fort collecting statistics for the forth isi- VV coming biennial Agricultural Report of the State He will spend this week in the county visiting the best farming sections and talking with representative farmersMrs Orrin Hardin and children of Cloverport are spending this week with Mrs J H Pile Miss Elizabeth Cline who spent the summer with relatives in eastern Ken tucky returned last week Franklin Kincheloe left Saturday for Louisville where he resumes his studies in pharmacy County Court Clerk Herbert Beard and Mrs Beard were in Louisville all last week attending the State Fair The Vincennes Bridge Co of Vin cennes Indiana were last week award ed contracts for the erection of steel bridges across Town Creek and Goeha I gan Creek both near Cloverport The contract for repairing the Cloverport r bridge was let to Chas Bohler Marion Weatherholt and Will Pate of Clover port for which they receive 2400 The Town and Goehagan Creek bridges cost 3100 each t A number of Hardinsburg people are attending the protracted meeting at New Bethel Mrs S D Duvall of Owenton is I Duvall spending the week with Mr and MM Mr and Mrs Jeff Hook and Mr and Mrs Andrew Elder went to Louisville Saturday morning in Mr Hooks auto mobile They returned Monday Mrs Wm Halt was at Garfield Satur day the guest of Mr and Mrs Hubert HallLum Davis it is claimed has two and one half acres of burley as good as anything the county has produced this year Mr Davis is a good handler of tobacco and always gets a good price for what he grows Mrs Lou and Miss Maude Smith were guests of relatives at Garfield Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell spent Sunday at Garfield Mr and Mrs Godfrey Haswell were visitors in Stephensport Sunday Next Sunday being Dr Mathers last preaching before leaving for con ference at Russellville he will address the children and young folks at the morning hour instead of his regular sermon The children will give a brief program of songs and recitations The first entertainment of the year for the benefit of the school will be given Friday evening at the City Hall by Mrs D H Kincheloe of Madison ville Mrs Kincheloe as whistler pianoist vocalist and dialect reader is well known to the Southern Chautau qua platforms For two years she was at the Owensboro Chautauqua She will be assisted by local talent Popular admission prices of 25 and 10 cants will be made If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use STEPHENSPORT Mr Louis Edmund Sills of Trinity j College Toronto who has been spend ing the summer with his mother Mrs Nannie Sills has gone to New York to continue his studies The stork is still busy and left a fine baby girl at the home of Mrs Lewis Smith Sunday evening James Hawkins left today for Danville to continue his studies This willI be his last year in school then he will finish his trade as a printer Mrs F C Ferry and son have returned home after spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs E H MillerS Dix was in Hardinsburg Monday on business Mrs F R Roberts has returned from Hardinsburg She is able to walk with the use of crutches Born to Mrs Herman Dreckman a fine boy Friday night Stanley Connor and Pike Conn haeI returned from Irvington with their brat where they have been for a great while mowing wheat Miss Pauline Moorman left Monday week for Louisville to attend the State FairMisses Nannie and Brook Hall of Union Star are visiting their aunt Mrs R A Smith If the best iis not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you 1 ought to use If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use BROKE NEW LAW Princeton Man Drinks On Train And Is Fined Mayfield Ky Aug1 25 The first person arrested and fined for taking ia drink of intoxicants on a train since the new law went into offec- several weeks ago was Herbert Williams of Princeton He was cnrouti on a passenger train from Paducah t Cairo Becoming thirsty he pulled out a bottle and took a drink No soon er was it done than he was arrested by the conductor and turned over to th Mayfield policeman when the train re ached here lie pleaded guilty before the County Judge Monroe and was fined 810 and costs Following is the law in full Be it enacted by the general assem bly of the Commonwealth Kentucky Sec 1 That any person who shall in or upon any railroad locomotive pas senger coach intcruban car street car or in or upon any vehicle commonly used for the transportation of passen gers or in or upon any common carrier or in or about any depot station ticket olllce waiting room or platform drink any intoxicating liquor of any kind or if any person shall be drunk or disorder ly in or upon any railroad passenger coach interurban car street railway or in or upon any vehicle commonly used for transportation of passengers or in any or Upon any common carriers or in or about any railroad depot stat ion ticketoffice waitingroom or plat form such person or persons shall be deemed to be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than ten 1000 dollars nor more than fifty 5000 dollars or imprisoned riot less than ten nor more than thirty days or both so fined and imprisoned in the discretione of the Court or Jury provided that the fore going section shall not apply to any person drinkintr intoxicating liquors purchased by him in or upon any buff et or dining car operated by a common carrier in this Commonwealth- Sec 2 Any person violating the provision of Sec 1 of this act shall be tried in any Court of competent juris diction in the country where the offen se shall have been committed Sec 3 It shall be the duty of every railroad conductor of a steam interur ban or street railway and station de pot or ticket agent of said railway when he sees any person violating the provisions of any of them of Section 1 of this Act to at once notify the near est or most convenient sheriff con stable town marshall or policeman of the county in which the offense was committed giving him such descript ion by name or otherwise as will en able the oflicerto indentify the offen der also giving him the offense and it shall be the duty of the officer so noto fide to arrest without delay any such person without any other evidence of his guilt to take him before the near est magistrate to be proceeded against in the manner provided by aw If any such oflicer shall willfully or neglect ently refuse to make the arrest he shall be lined not less than 10 nor more than 650 for each offense and it shall be the duty of the conductor or agent giving the officer the information upon which to make the arrest to pro secute the delinquent officer If the best is not to goo or yon ewlsport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use HARNED Miss Beulah Payne of Bewleyville is the guest of Mr and Mrs A Weather ford M S Crutaes spent a few days in Louisville last week buying his fall stock of goods Fridaytspend some the guests of his sister Mrs Harney WroeMiss Mary Leigh Gregory is in Lou isville spending a few days the guest of friends e Mrs Clint Lewis of Hardinsburg spent Tuesday the guest of her sister Mrs Jas Payne Percy Macy has purchased of J A Gray his store house and goods Price unknownMrs Duggins of Louisville came down Tuesday to spend some time with her sinter Miss Ruth Snyder Mrs Amanda Scott had her sale last Saturday and was well attended Mr Glasscock purchased her farm Con sideration J1800 Mrs Scott left Tuesday for Cloverport Amous Duggins and wife of Indiana have returned home after being the guests of his father Rev J Duggins Mrs W G Payne is spending a few days with Mrs A Marshall near Hard insburgAfter a pleasant visit with Miss May Pile Miss Ethel Meador returned to her home at Custer Monday Miss Lucretia Thomas has returned to Louisville The ice cream and box supper given at the school house Saturday night was well attended and everyone enjoyed themselves C L Bruington and John Marshall are good teachers and hust lers They have an organized Literary Every Friday night let everyone come out to hear the good talks The pro ceeds of this supper were 3365 Can any other school beat this This money will go to paint the house out and inside and fix the house up in generalr If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use LODIBURG Miss Brook Hall of Union Star was the guest of her sister Mrs Dasie Bas haUl last week Miss Mamie Adkisson was visiting friends at Webster last Sunday and MondayMiss Nell Henry and Miss Eunice Philpot of Brandenburg are the guests of Mrs Ada Brown this week Mrs Hub Johnson and family and Miss Winnie Hardin of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Hunlin last Sunday Mrs Ella Jordan and sfsterMiss Ball of Cloverport were visiting MrsD E Deacon one day last week Mr and Mrs Sam Robertson of Albany Mo have returned home after a months visit to friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Ray Beauchamp were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Beauchamp of Cloverport last Sunday Mrs Ada Nottingham was visiting her sister Mrs Carl Dutschke of Louisville last Saturday and Sunday If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use All the newest in colors till silk all handtailored goods it will pay you to see me before you as I can you money and the now for fall you will find iit my place I handle the celebrated Brand of in St Louis and every is guaranteed solid leather no I rMANYwMMAr Free PianoFOR YOUR HOME We will An Expensi- veHIGHGRADE INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED BY I The Edmund Cote Piano Manufacturing Co of FALL RIVER MASS I The on Exhibition Iillour shoe store where we keep a line of high rado shoes for Women and children With every purchase you get the amount of your purchase in coupons which will be applied on the piano 4 Girls Get Busy Come to Our Store have you name entered in our piano contest You have a splendid opportunity to get this piano FREE of all cost COME IN TODAY For Our Ads in This Conrad SippelCLOV- ERPORT ft rwltn YIr n What A Famous Editor Says The editor of the TaylorTrotwood Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words You ask me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a safe in vestment I have it for you I never knew until now what a good opportunity for a money maKing investment this magazine afforded You auk me to let you in on the ground floor and I am doing so- This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stockholder and a Life Subscriber to the Magazine One share of stock per value 1000 and a perpetual subscrip tion to the magazine both for 1000 Let us have order now This opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenn Subscribe cut off to see I ma at C I my of in all at Do not to see my as I of in to see of to t j a thi of on in the at the Dr G C of Pa was at Jeffersonville Ind iana were sworn out by oi on the ot a statutory and was by of Pol ice of Dr the the the he was to the the to The it is understood in The the died of u m t tDJ I Cotton is Higher Than it Has Been Since the War in New last at 20c a pound Think the highest price cotton goods has been several I bought goods early before the and sell them to you cheaper they can bought at 4 Ladies Coat Suits shades linedand Mens Boys things Shoes made pair give away FREE Piano Now Watch Paper KENTUCKY TaylorTrotwood IT wholesale Hats vamps Ask shoe stronger than the llawthe best work shoe made Dress Goods blue and Tan Pana per yard 50 Mens Clothing now have new fall stock Clothing new styles prices that will suit pocket fail line before you have the most complete lino Cloth ing the county Ask the HandTailored line Kirschbaum Clothes Price front 1250 1750r Incubator Babies At The State Fair Die Louisville Sept 1As result ofIdeath three babies exhibition incubator State Fair Snyder Pittsburg arrested tonight Twelve warrants County Attorney Bullit Louisville charge offense arrest made Chief Wall Jeffersonville Snyder made statement during day that babies died because unable give them proper attention while making trip from Chicago Louis yule babies came from charity hospitals Pittsburg deputy coroner found that bab- Ies inanition t sold York week what this means Its for that for years my advance will than now be buy save All Star Shoes Men your the Black the your buy the best that can be made and all wool Ladies Hats Ready- toWear I I have a nice assortment of ladies readytowear hats at popular pricesS Big Line of Dry Goods Underwear Hosierya- nd everything kept in a first clis store you will find here now at the lowest moropundiseYou spelt my stock and gotmy prices before making your fall purchases Ed F Alexander Irvington Ky T VI- T 1 S IIIJ 0ii e 4VVV p 7f k a p y f r-