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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t = THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTaVOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1910 8 Pages NO 12 4 w j r r 1 t tV t e l r t e e Ien N t n Aiirl1i Aiit AiiJ J 1 j t MR HARVILL MARRIES Miss Della Doss Sunday Morning at lIopkinsville Will Gor 4 to Housekeeping Mr A Mr Harvill manager of the Cumberland olllce of this city stole a march on his friends when he left here Friday for Cerulean Springs to make arrangements to mar ry Mica JDs1 a Doss of that place Their wedding took place in Hopkins ville Sunday morning In the presence of relatives and a few friends Mr Har vfll is one of the best men who has ever been In the Cumberland service in this city and pas a host of friends who congratulate him on his successful visit last week Mrs Harville Is an excellent young woman and most pop ular in her home town They are staying at the St George Hotel and will go to housekeeping soon MattinglyDorstA- nnouncement has been made of the approaching marriage of Mrs Tula Mattingly to Mr W T Dorst which will take place In St Rose Catholic church next Tuesday The ceremony will be said by Father Celestine Brey Mrs Mattingly is the daughter oi Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis and a sister of Miss Florence Lewis Mr Dorst is a wellknown and highly thought of man of the Henderson Route They will go to housekeeping In his nice home on Second and Hudson streets In Brecken ridge Addition Buys A Farm Rev G S King a former minister of Cloverport has resigned from the Louisville Conference says the Eliza bethtown News and has bought a farm near Elizabethtown on which he and t his family will live Rev King has been In bad health for sometime and thinks farm life will be better for him for a while at least fkWill ReBuild Mr C M Bullltt of Louisville spent Thursday night In town in con ference with Mr George Bentley man ager of the Hawesvllle Elevator Co relative to the rebuilding of the bins of the company which colapsed two weeks ago under the great weight of 15000 bushels of wheat The wreckage Is now entirely cleared away and it Was deter mined to rebuild tat once Work on the new structure was practically be gun yesterdayHancock Clarion Making Good In The Sunny South the News received a copy of The Daily Picayune of New Orleans con i V tainlng a picture of Mr and Mrs Ernest Carson He Is well known here and his home people are glad to learn that he is favored by his southern friends I I Dr Heavrin Very Sick Dr J H Heavrin one of the most b prominent physicians of the county i lies critically ill at his home in this city of heart trouble brought on by hay fever from which he has suffered yearsDrs and Stirman of Owens boro and Cosbyj of Hawesvllle are at I giverr out little hope recovery Heavrin is a muchbeloved citizen and his host of friends everywhere hope for his recoveryHancock Clarion Birds Plentiful Sam Keith says from his observation there will be u large crop of birds for the hunting season which opens the fifteenth of November This is good news for the sportsmen for they had little promise early in the summer on account of the frequent rains How ever the quail have successfully raised their broods and Sam Conrad Df Lightfoot and Henry May will have plenty of birds to shoott Gettingj Facts For I Kentucky History E F Graves has been in Cloverport getting facts for the History of Ken tucky and Kentucklans which is being written by Col E Polk Johnson of G Louisville Among those chosen for P honorable mention in the volume are WH Bowmer Chas Hamman Frank IFraize A B Skillman and A R Fish ec BAPTIST REVIVAL Opens With IIntense InterestRev Jones The State Evangelist Has Arrived Monday and Tuesday evenings the Baptist church was filled with an inter ested audience to hear the Baptist State evangelist the Rev Mr Jqnes The new minister made a favorable impression and is certain to liven up the churches and their workers before he will have left the city In speaking to Mr Jones about his I first impression of Cloverport he said he hardly knew what to say but he Is the kind of fellow that looks happy al ways whether he is pleased or not The only way to tell about him is to go hear reach every afternoonand night during the next week League Officers Installed I Sunday night at the Methodist church the new onlcersof theEpworth League were Installed for the coming year They are President Miss Margaret Burn Vice President Miss A Louise Babbage Second Vice Pres ident Miss Jeanette Burn Secretary Miss Eloise Nolte Treasurer Marion Denton Rev Dillon Leaves Rev German P Dillon left yester day morning for Russellville to attend the annual meet of the Louisville Con ference He left very much pleased with the work he has done during his first year here Rev Dillons friends are very sorry over his ill health and hope his stay in Russellville will ben efit him Work On The Death Chair The Frankfort correspondent of the CourierJournal writes his paper as fol lows Although it is expected that the chair may not be used for many mouths the work for installing the death chair at the Eddyville penitentiary is going on steadily the Prison Commission taking no chances on being caught nap ping The chair will be ready in a few weeks and any condemned man who is to die in the chair will be put to death at Eddyville Is considered the most ap proved manner The electrocution law became effective on June 14 dud Ifa crime is committed after that time for which the death penalty is imposed by the Judge and jury turf condemned plan will be electrocuted But the electro cutioulaw applies only to crimes cow initted after time law became effective As there is always delay in Inflicting the death sentence on account of ap peals nod the usual legal delays it is hardly probable that an electrocution will take place for some mouths yet Only a few muders where the death penalty is likely to be imposed have been committeed in Kentucky since the new law became effective and the death penalty has not been returned by any jury since that time Many persons have wondered why the death chair was not located at Frankfort The reason is that the Frank fort penitentiary soon will cease to be called a peniteutary but will be a re formatory and it WAS considered hard Ily proper to inflict the death penalty in a reformatory Another objection was that there are two many sightseers in Frankfort and they would all want to- go to the penitentiary and see the death chair So the Prison Commission did not hesitate long about where they would locate the place for putting to death of condemned men- The Prison Commission has its hands full right now getting ready to convert the prison here into a reform atory and in a few mouths they will have worked out the details and the transfer of prisoners will begin Al ready the sorting cf prisoners is in prog ress The new law is applied to men convicted since the new law became effective and all those over thirty years of age no matter where convictedare taken to Eldyville while those under 30 are brought to Frankfort Paroles are now belug granted under the new law and many men in the prisons of the State have had the door of hope opened for them for under the new law any convict who meets the re quirements as to conduct c m be paroled Under the old law a man convicted of certain crimes was not eligible to pa role and a Ulan sent up for life had to serve five years But now all are elig ible and the result is a deluge of applications youLewlsportBestought to use w J MISS LUCILE LaNEAVE SUR PRISES FRIENDS By Her Romantic Wedding to htr Thompson of Birmingham- Ala Marriage Took Place Sept 9th BRIDE JUST SIX tEEN YlRS OLD The following clipping was taken from a Nashviile paper A romantic wedding of much Interest to many Nashville friends of both parties was consummated at Red Boiling Springs in Macon county on Friday Septem ber 9 between Mi s Lucile Marion La iRS LUCILK LaNKAVE THOMPSON Neave daughter of Robert McKwen manager of the Red Boiling Springs Hotel and J Wright Thompson of Birmingham Mr Thompson is a son of Col N K Thompson of Blrmlng7 ham one of the pioneer real estate dealers of that city WIHTTKX BY Mr Graves coming to Cloverport to seeiS Information about the men of this place stirred up Some interesting stories of their ca rests Why Dr Owen became a doc tor how Mr Skillman commenced banking and this and that were over and discussed while Mr Graves gathered the real facts necessary for the history of Kentucky that is being written by Col E Polk Johnson No man In Breckenrldge has had a life so crowded with stranger expe riences happier days and more suc cessful business undertakings than our Mr Frank Fraize who says he Is twenty years less than a hundred In truth he is younger than eighty in both years and spirit Mr Fraize came to Cloverport in 1858 from Hardinsburg At the age of twenty years he rode horseback to the capital of Breckenrldge from Eliz abethtown It was in the early spring some time in March when the winds were brisk and he started to a new field determined to find his fortune He wore a new suit and a silk hat Around his shoulders was pinned a blue blanketfor overcoats then wore as scarce everywhere as dress suits are now in Cloverport Several friends left with him but Mr Fralzos old nag was so hard and slow that they soon got far ahead of him About half way onI his journey he was compelled to stop and rest on a log When he mounted the horse again off fell the silk hat and the horse crushed It into a thous and wrinkles One can imagine his anguishI However he rode on with ambition in his heart and 10 in his pocket the latter he borrowed to make his start in the world of finance at the county seat He registered at the Brick Hotel Anil the first night there lust as he stepped into the dining room he fell and nearly bit his tongue into He re covered from that as bravejy as he did I I1Ir and Mrs Thompson arrived In I Nashville yesterday for a few days visit en route to Birmingham and Mo bile accompanied by Mr McEwen and Col Thompson Mr McEwen was for many years associated with the Maxwell House of Nashville Mr and Mrs Thompson will be located in Mobile aud are at the Duncan while In Nashville The bride is the granddaughter of I sheIwas a little girl Her uncle Mr Frank English as well as her grandmother and friends were surprised to learn of her marriage to Mr Thomp son as she was engaged to a young business man of Nashville when she was here visiting Mrs Thompson is a lovely young girlI and as capable as she Is pretty and industrious She is most accom plish d with her needle and very do mestic Her disposition Is charming and she has always been a delight to her grandmother and mother Mrs Robert McHweu STO1IIKS i While The Press Thunders IOUISK representative talked friend snappythat Elizabethtown the silk hat accident and ventured on againThe people at the hotel must have liked the stranger and were pleased with him at first sight for after supper they Invited him to play with the guests in the bowling alley He en tered into it with vim and enthusiasm and picked up the largest heavies ball When he let go it down on the floor he himself dropped too That was the worst the most embarrassing blow of all lIe seemed doomedfalls just one after anotherthats all he got After all he struck a feather beda fellow always will no matterhow many times he falls or fails if he is onthe right roadand he had a restful night The next day he opened a tailoring shop for he was a tailor by trade and did well Then he drifted into politics and was sheriff for this county nine years Today Mr Fraize is one of the leading merchants of Breckenridge To walk through his store and visit In his home one would not think he start ed on a borrowed capital or 10 000 Gratefulness It isnt the thinking how grateful wo are For the kindness of friends come to blessOur sorrow or loss Neath the weight of the cross It is telling our gratefulness It isnt the love that they have in their hearts And neglect or forget to reveal That brightens the lives Of husbands and wives It Is telling the love that they feel It isntthe thinking of good to mankind That comes as cooling drink To the famished ones Of earths daughters and sons It Is telling the good that we think It isnt the music asleep in the strings Of the lute that entrances the ear And brings to the breast The spirit of rest It is only the music we hear It Isnt the lilies we hide from the world Nor the roses we keep as our own That arc strewn at our feet By the angels we meet On our way to the great White Throne It isnt the silence of hope unexpressed That heartens and strengthens the weakTo triumph through strife for the great things of life Its the words of good cheer that we speak William J Lampton Govermental Regula lion Of Profits it rom Manufacturers Record Throughout the country due in large part to agitation by men who know little about what they talk and in part by straightout damagogues who know better there is a rampant cry against success Everywhere it is being sug gested that capital invested in railroads shall be limited to 5 or 6 per cent profit and there is likewise a tendency to de nounce larger profits made in business venturesIf earnings of capital invested in development enterprises such as rail roads are by the Government to be limited to 5 or 6 per cent the converse ought to be true that the Government should guarantee earnings of 5 or 6 per cent The people of the country who are demanding the limitation of earn ings must be willing to guarantee that the earnings shall at least reach the figure upon which the limitation is set otherwise there can be no broad expan sionNothing can be more absurd than to imagine that the great capitalists of this or any other country are going to invest money in semispeculative enter prises such as the building of railroads or the establishment of new industries unless there is a connection with the risk of the loss of capital an opportunity for the possibility of large earnings If nothing is to be gained beyond an in come at which money can be safely loaned nothing will be ventured in de velopment work and American prog ress will halt The resources of Can ada of Mexico and of some of the imperial regions of natural wealth in South America will leap into active development in proportion to a halting of the development in our country Limitless as may be our natural resources we do not control the world There are other lands in which coal and iron and waterpowers and agricultural capabilities are found other lands where the work of the developer is ap preciated where capital is welcomed where large earnings are not made the cause of destructive legislation other lands already doing great things and ready and eager to compete with the United States in industrial and railroad developmentWe set a valuation on the physical properties of railroads in order to limit their earnings is the unsound theory that great business enterprises must be so dominated by law that they shall not get the benefit of the unearn ed Increment in the territory which they build up and the good will which is a part of every successful institution and this does not in anyway mean that they shall not be regulated by law as to doing things legally and in ac cordance with the highest ethics then we should by law regulate the value of real estate city and suburban the val ue of newspaper properties and the value of goodwill in every businessThere is no important newspaper in the land whose physical property is any basis whatever on which to measure what its earnings shall be Goodwill establish ed business and the growth of a city in which a daily paper is published or the growth of the industry to which a technical paper may be devoted are factors in the value of newspapers just as much as the growth of a country is a factor in the value of a railroad and not the cost of of its replacement The increasing value of land necessarily adds to the cost of foodstuffs If there had been no advance in the value of farm land by reason of the growth of the country millions of people now crowded in the cities would be able to purchase farm property and make a living for themselves and help to lessen the cost of foodstuffs to those left in the cities Why then should men be permitted to ask a higher value for farm lands or for city property Why not by law put a valuation on all agricultural land never permitting it to increase and limiting the earnings to 5 or 0 per cent and then force the farmers id BASE BALL IN TWO STATES Tobinsport Defeats Derby Sunday and llardinsburg Goes to Lewisport and Engages in a Slamfest The Derby Ind base ball team came down Sunday and engaged the Pumpkin Rollers on their own lot at Tobinsport and with the almost usual result of defeat on those grounds though not on account of the good playing of the Tobinsport team Score Tobinsport 10 Derby 9 The Hardlnsburg ball team went to Lewisport Saturday and played a game on that day and one on Sunday Al though Lowisport has always had a strong team Hardinsburg defeated them on Saturday by the score of 10 to 0 and in the second game by the score of 8 to 0 The feature of the second game was the phenomenal stop of a ground ball made by Alvin Bowman of the Bar dlnsburg team- Batteries for Hardlnsburg First game Schlemmer and Ditto second game Applegate and Dillon continue to cultivate the soil so thor oughly as to secure the largest possible yields and give to the millions of con sumers nowsuffering because of high priced products the benefit of lower prices Surely more consumers would be benefited by the cutting of farm pro duct prices in half than will be benefited by the efforts to minimize the earn- Ings of great development and building operations Why should any Increase in the value of timber land or coal lands or iron lands be permitted This increase only adds to the cost of build ing homes and of establishing indus tries Why not say that as timber pro perty sold at 2 or 3 an acre a few years ago it shall not sell at a higher value now and that lumber must be sold on the basis of a valuation of f2 or 3 an acreand not on the basis of pres ent valuation of timber lands It may be said that these are vision ary suggestions We grant that to a certain extent they are not more vision ary than the arguments of many public men many newspapers and many men cf all classes on the problems of the day Just so surely as the sunrises and sets will the agitation which is now spreading over the land basest largely on hysterics unless the country returns to sanity of thought eventually find expression in antagonism to all profits beyond the narrowest margin to all advance in property values whether of city or country farm or timber lands to all profits in banking or other busi ness interests over and above the nar rowest limit and thus the reign of the cranK the theorist the faddist will supplant the reign of law and order In dustrial stagnation will then take the place of industrial development and this country hitherto the leader of the worlds material advancement will be surpassed in progress in material things and thus In progress in civilization by other countries which we now affect to despiseWe indeed be fools to shut our eyes to the facts No one need de lude himself that we are not heading that way We have faith enough how ever in the American people to believe that they will recognize the situation and meet it by a return to sanity Miss Elizabeth Skillman Goes To Belmont College Miss Elizabeth Youug Skillman of Morganfield has gone to Belmont College at Nashville Tenn She was accompanied by her father Chits B Skillman Last year Miss Skillman was a junior of the Cloverport High School and was one of the brightest and most popular members of her class She Is a grand daughter of Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman and Cloverport is her native home If the best Is not to goo or yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour YOU ought to use Buys Interest In Mill Silas Miller of Hardiusburg has bought Eugene Haynes one third inter est in the Star Roller Mill of this city Mr Miller is a live wire in business circles and Cloverport is glad to have him connected in this enter prise If the best is not too good for yeti Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use C yC1f aD I Qt i rn A aS 0 1i cj a ci iJ wwa lfc- tS+P Pr 4 s yin 4i i 1i4 j i r I t r f f KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery FOR 1fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED tp III I For Sale Tux receipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 Prices several rungo hundred from monthsII Call in and get O l- ODIII R1 0 Perkins = DR H J BOONE Permanent DentistDr Owens Olllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky l A Picture of S Father and Mother How it would delightyour children how it would please your friends BrabandtStudio Cloverport Ky a At Irvinglon Ky livery 1st and 3rdiTucsday and Wednesday a S FOR SALE I K A numbcrofljFaims dif ferent Sizes mid Prices 31 I The Bank of Hardinsburg iii Trust Go o l lar =+ q i NEW 4 livery Stable 0 m 1 m Kyg ID- M I fII f m I jjjII jjj iDepotiIf you lulC any riding or fTi diving to do or iflYOU want f 8jSjlj c We will Ittndla Ice also mwj jm liril I SMITH HANKS II- M Proprietors 1 IT rl Stephensport Ky r 7 Anrono Bonding a nketcn and description may nulcklr ascertain our opinion freo whether nn nyenUOfl II probably pnlonlnblo omDluUlc- AUontrlcUoonlldenlial HANDBOOK on Patents ocurlnlfPAtentaIalnntrpeelal notice without charge lu tho Scientific fltiuriccw A handsomelr Illnitrated weekly Largest cir culation of any iclentiuo journal Terms 3 years tour months fL t3oIdbyaIInowsdeaeri MUNN Co3BBroad New York JirInch omce oc F fit WablnlIOII D Co Try Our Want Column It Pays bDOOEItmMII English Singing Birds J Reprinted from an article by Theodore Roosevelt In The Outlook by pecLa1 arrangement with The Outlook of which Theodore Roosevelt t81 Contrlbutlnlr- Editor Copyright 1910 by The Outlook Company All Rights Reserved Like most Americans interested in birds and books I know a good deal about English birds as they appear In books I know the lark of Shake speare and Shelley and the Ettrlcft Shepherd I know the Inghtingale of Milton and Keats I know Words worths cuckoo I know mavis and mcrlle singing in the merry green wood of the old ballads I know Jenny Wren and Cock Robin of the nursery books Therefore I have always much desired to hear tho birds In real life and the opportunity offered last June As I could snatch but a few hours from a very exacting round of pleasures and duties it was necessaryfor me to be with some companion who could iden tify both song and singer In Sir Edward Grey a keen lover of outdoor life in all its phases and a delightful companion who knows the songs and ways of English birds as very few do know them I found the best possible guide We left London on the morning of June 9 24 hours before I sailed tromtt Southampton Getting off the Basingstoke we drove to the pretty smiling valley of the Itchen Here we tramped for three or four hours then again drove this time to the edge of the New Forest where we first took tea at an inn and then tramped through the forest to an inn on its other side at Brockenuurst At the con clusion of our walk my companion made a list of the birds we had seen putting an asterisk opposite those which we had heard sing There were 41 of the former and 23 of the latter as follows Thrush Blackbird Lark Yellow Hammer Robln Wren Golden Crested Wren Goldfinch Greenfinch Pled Wagtail Sparrow Dunnock Hedge Accentor Missel Thrush Starling Rook Jackdaw Black Cap Garden Warbler Willow Warbler Chlff Chaff Wood Warbler Tree Creeper Reed Bunting Sedge Warbler Coot Water Hen Little Grebe Dabchlck Tufted Duck Wood PI- geon Stock Dove Turtle Dove Pee wit Tit Coal Tit Cuckoo Night Jar Swallow Martin Swift Pheasant PartridgeThe that most impressed moon my walk was the blackbird I had already heard nightingales in abun dance near Lake Como and had also listened to larks but I had never heard either the blackbird the song thrush or the black cap warbler and while I knew all three were good singers I did not know what really beau tiful singers they were Blackbirds were very abundant and they played a prominent part in the chorus which we heard throughout the day on every hand though perhalS loudest the fol lowing morning at dawn In its habits and manners the blackbird strikingly resembles our American robin and indeed looks exactly like a robin with a yellow bill and coalblack It hops everywhere over plumageII just as our robin does and it nests In the gardens in the same ash Ion Its song has a generalI resem blance to that of our robin but many of the notes are far more musical more like those of our wood thrush Indeed there were individuals among those We heard certain of whoso notes seemed to me almost to equal in point or melody the chimes of the wood thrush and the highest possible praise for any song bird Is to liken Its song to that of the wood thrush or hermit thrush I certainly do not think that the blackbird has received full justice in the books I knew that it was a singer but I really had no Idea how fine a singer ho wasT I suppose one of hla troubles has been his name just as with our own cat bird When he appears In the ballads as the merle bracketed with his cousin tho mavis the song thrush It is far easier to rec ignize him as the master singer that he is It is a fine thing for England to have such an asset of the country side a bird so common so much in evidence so fearless and such a really beautiful singer The most musical singer we heard was the black cap warbler To my my ear Its song seemed more musical than that of the nightingale It was astonishingly powerful for so small a bird In volume and continuity it does not come up to the songs of the thrushes and of certain other birds but in quality as an Isolated bit of melody it can hardly be surpassed Among the minor singers the robin was noticeable We all know this pretty little bird from the books and I was prepared to find him as friendly and attractive as he proved to be but I had not realized how well he sang Still the 400 Tf lira They say there are about 275000 automobiles owned by Individ uals In tho United States or ono for every 400 population McAllister Well are you in tho 400 yot Yonkers Statesmen Filling Up N What do you do when you have no news It must be hard tQ fill up When we have no news explained tho Now York journalist we use lrcw typoa It was not a loud song but very mu sical and attractive and the bird 1 ii said to sing practically all through the year The song of the wren Inter ested me much because it was not In the least like that of our house wrens but on tho contrary like that of our winter wren The theme is the same as the winter wrens but the song did not seem to me to be so brilliantly mu sical as that of the tiny singer of the north woods The sedge warbler sang In the thick reeds a mocking ventrllo qulal lay which reminded me at times of the less pronounced parts of our yellow breasted chats song The cuckoos cry was singularly attractive and musical far more so than the rolling many times repeated note of our raincrow Ten days later at Sagamore Hill I was among my own birds and was much interested as I listened to and looked at them in remembering the notes and actions of the birds Iliad seen in England On the evening ot the first day I sat in my rocking chair on the broad veranda lookIng across the sound towards the glory of the sunset The thickly grassed hill side sloped down In front of me to a belt of forest from which rose the golden leisurely chiming of the wood thrushes chanting their vespers through the still air came the warble of vireo and tanager and after night fall we heard the flight song of an ovenbird from the same belt of tim ber Overhead an oriole saaz in the weeping elm now and then breaking his song to scold like an overgrown wren Song sparrows and cat birds sang in the shrubbery one robin had built its nest over the front and one over the back door and there was a chippys nest in the wisteria vine by the porch During tho next 24 hours 1 I saw and heard either right around the house or while walking down to bathe through the woods the following 42 birdsLittle Green Heron Quail Red Tall ed Hawk Yellow Billed Cuckoo Kingfisher Flicker Hummingbird Swift Meadow Lark Red Winged Blackbird Sharp Tailed Finch Song Sparrow Chipping Sparrow Bust Sparrow Purple Finch Baltimore Oriole Cowbunting Robin Scarlet Thrush Thrasher Cat Bird Scarlet Tanager RedEyed Vlreo Yellow Warbler BlackThroated Green Warbler King Bird Wood Pewee Crow Blue Jay Cedar Bird Maryland Yellow Throat Chickadee Black and White Creeper Barn Swallow White Breasted Swallow Oven Bird Thstlefinch Ves perfinch Indigo Bunting Towhee Grasshopper Sparrow and Screech Owl I sent the companion of my English walk John Burroughs Birds and Poets John Burroughs life work Jj beginning to have Its full effect In many different lines When ho first wrote there were few men of letters In our country who knew nature at first hand Now there are many who delight In our birds who know theIr songs who keenly love all that belongs to outofdoors life For instance Mad- Ison Cawoln and Ernest McGaffy have for a number of years written of our woods and fields of the birds and the flowers as only those can write who join to love of nature the gift of ob servation and the gift of description Mr Caweln Is a Kentuckian and an other Kentuckian Miss Julia Stockton DLsmore in the little volume of poems which she has just published Includes many which describe with beauty and charm the sights and sounds so dear to all of us who know American country life Miss Dlnsmoro knows Kentucky and The gulf coast of Louisiana and the great plains of North Dakota and she knows also tho regions that lie outside of what can be seen with material vision I For years in our family we have had some of her poems in the scrap bookI cut from newspapers when we knew I nothing about her except the Initials signed in tho verseu Only one who I sees with the eyes of the spirit as wellj as the eyes of the body could have written tho Threnody curiously attractive in its simplicity and pathos with which the little book opens It contains many poems that make a sim- Ilar appeal The writer knows blue bird and robin redbird and field lark and whippoorwill just as she knows southern rivers and western plains she knows rushing winds and running waters and tho sights and sounds ol lonely places and moreover she knows and almost tells those bidder things of the heart which never fine complete utteranceTHEODORE ROOSEVELT w No Cause for Alarm I have decided said tho theatrical manager to give you a trial Mist Arlington Please be ready to begl rehearsing Monday afternoon Thank you so much But before wi go any further I must Inform you that I shall positively refuse to wear tight or a gown that is cut low in the nock Oh thats all right In tho part that Im going to glvu you you will merely have to stand behind a shed and help to scream when the cyolom strikes town ADMIRAL INVENTS CRAFT FOR LAND AND SEA USE Howella of Torpedo Fame PredIcts Many Uses For It Experiments are being made ntBnth Me with the Amphl 11 a unique craft built for Rear Admiral John A nowclls U S N retired which Is designed for use on land aa well as on sea Rear Admiral Ilowclls who was the originator of the Ilowclls torpedo experimented with a similar craft a year ago but the results were not just whnt he wanted so this second craft considerably larger line been built anti there Is great interest manifested In her trials The craft measures twenty feet long and six feet beam while she has a tail ten feet In length She is equipped with n single cylinder ten horse power engine which will send her along It Is hoped at the rate of seven miles an hour In the water or twelve miles on land Mammoth thirtysix Inch wheels are situated forward of amidships of the craft and another in the tall of the craft thus giving the boat the general appearance of a trI cycle Buckets are attached to the forward wheels for use in the water while there is also a small propeller which is situated on the port side for aux iliary service in the water There is also a small centerboard In the tall which acts as a rudder for steering the craft either on land or on the sea Admiral Howells will take his craft to the mouth of the Kcnncbec river where she will be tried upon the sands of Popham beach and she will also be given trials at Old Orchard and if she works satisfactorily she will be taken to Long Beach N Y Mr Ilowclls believes that such a boat has many uses It could be used as a surfboat at life saving stations while it could also be used by sports men gnnniug along the coast who could sail on the water or go upon the benches at will 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 str aln ofany kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E- Van de Siude of Kirkland 111 writes That I did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for three months id due wholly tp Electric Bit ters Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfaction positively guaranteed 50C at Severs Drug Store ENGLAND WARS ON SMOKE Deputation From Nineteen Towna Urges Action on Parliament Ileprnscntln nineteen of the fore most towns In Onnt Britain n depura lion IIMS submitted a memorial to John Burns In which lIs let forth n scries of facts showing up the evils of smoke Arions1 these are the Indirect results of a smoky and fosjjy ntmosphpre such as a temperamental depression finding relief in drinking betting and other forms of viciousl excitement and windows pcrmnucntly closed against per iniiiicnt smut Klglity per ient of the population II vo In I his atmosphere of fog anti soot These Indirect results are not Imag inary scares A weeks fog during a cold spell In Clasgow sent up the1 death rate from K55 to 3Jn a thousand Only Ignition and seven large towns linn so far given the matter serious consideration IIn till years 100U and lHM these seven provincial authorities Instituted JJS1 prosecutions for cans Ing a smoke nuisance while the other 102 leading towns Instituted llH be tween tucu CbllcJrD Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAThe Carllsts Taking Hope Madrid dispatch Following the long expected rupture between church and ttatc anarchy ropubllcanslm or n Varllst government with Don Jaime he pretender oh the throne are nionn some of the things prodlctci hroughont tio knJlI1I DtmuiiDira ors ne d ad iaorttiriy jie aiitioji crc br1 n n The Lash of a Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a luercl less lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes tiotu lug helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lugs lagrlppe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayever It I relieves quickly iud never fails to sails I fy A trial convinces sOc 100 I Trial bottle free Its positively guar anteed by SeveIS Drug Co I Entirely Different Its nil very well before a girls married for her to get a flowcr lu her hair remarked the observer of events I and things but Its an entirely differ I ent matter It after shes married she gets her hair in flour I Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 I i1143 I 1415TATIONS I146 I QI 144 I iDilly Dally Dally Dally 1Dally 1 Dally Dan 4Ojtni14u U1SUOK1 J2iI5 09 III OJ 61KUOKA tO 43 fI18 13 11 OS f5 11 tll 14 STITES10 30 IS 07 fT 02 15 IT ICATIIRYNri 01 10 01 S 21 U 21 WEST POINT 0 29 IS 01 66IJ lilI3 tll3 IIOWAI1DflI5im ft1Ire 31 tll 30 UAKTLES 111 ru to 411 f5 37 t9 3t HOOK HAVHN Ui 4i ru nt5 43 1140 LUNG BRANChtli 3 IIISJ 563 P 4ii hItANfENIIU1tGi121 12 5 59 tO fill EKILONfil 211 II 16 a OS tio ot GUSTON I 4S UI J3 II OS 10 43 15024 10 J3 IHVINQION It n 11 j 601 fO 31 11011 WbHSlER flO bT lit 42 f03U f1021 LODIHUKO rio 4t r si W 40 MYSTIOflu41 fO 5H rlo 3i SAllIE nOl1 fa 22 59 104t BTElUENSlOnT JO 21 514 111 O tJO4S AUUISON tie 2 f5 10 04 flU bO HOLT riO III f3 09 0 u m 11 91 7 15 11 00 isSllOPSI III 12 1 fT2s SKIljLMAN 10 CIS f801 Ill 21 1145 73T U 18 HAWESVIMjR 43S 1143 4 30 7 53 0 2T fT 45 ELBIEtj37 f74S fO 32 It 50 ADAIR Ig3Z f73T- f4W 40 7 Ml fll 37 LKWISlOKT OJ 17 7Zi- f70 45 fS 05 WAITMANft 17 23 6 53 s 14 fll 40 MAOEO II O f404 7 IS tT 03 f8 24 PATES fe 541I t1 01 DUTCH 7 13 12 3j im fiSo 1210pm OWENSHOUO 3 50 I f8 45 3 45 IS 55 8 40 CONWAY 1121 f8 41 AIATTINGLY f8 all f64lf- flSSf131 f8 58 OUIFFITH fJ37- f87 Si f8 57 f2 27 STANLY 23 f3 29 U 31 17 40 fO 03 NEWMAN M 15 fll 2s- f8077 411 10 10 REED f6 31 f7 53 f9 10 HEALS fs 01 10 ie 7 58 II 18 5lOTTSVILLE7 58 f3 11 6 13 8 16 fl2l HASIElln 7 52 f307 003 8 25 130 0 42 1 j HENDEHSONEVAN8VILLE 3 00 7 39 2 55 5 55pm 1 55 10 15 J 36 235 710am 230 7 40am 7 40pm ST LOUIS0 OOpm 8 34am- If J Stops on Signal Where no tune shown trains ix NOT =STOP StLouisman sle per between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to dischargepassengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle Iast Bound Second Class list Class 1st Class Second Class 9L 112 8 10 I STATIONSPsseu MIxedDallyDallYezSunday645pm S 3Oam 11 lOam Lv Irvington Ar 10 10am 4 15pm 11 10pm 655 540 fll 10 Basin Spring toM f320 lOGO f700 5 55 sll 35 Qarfield s038 s2G7 1030 fliO 607 fll 40 Horned f920 f237 1015 s723 lJUJ sll 40 Junction s922s225 s73 6 HI 114srnliiirdlnsburg sO 17 5210mb741 6 27 1201pmJunction59 11s2 00 ioio f750 6 37 f1218 KirkItI 03 145 1001 17i7 0 45 fl2 15 AlcQuady 8CO 120 954 s8 10 0 59 s2 27 Olendeane s8 45si 00 s81D 7 OU s2 86 Dempster I836 al245 04T 936fS31 931C834IS 42 7 30 f12 S0 Oaks fSlS f213 023 1849 7 36 sIp niIUmitchsb 15 sl2 05 915IS s5pm 7 50 h Fordsville12 Olpm glO 3 30 ARLINGTON 5 45 003 I3ASThUND 1 SecondClassTIme Table went25This31 27 elfoct Sunday Juno 24 26 32 Mixed Passenger I Passenger 19 1010 atll59pm Passenger Passenger Mixed Monday Monday WednsdyundI FrldyQnlyI 123pmtecniiet8ntnm n wu t UI I I tFJ S Lit Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If noneof these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or busmess11f you want cash for yourproporty send price and description at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together ennblingbuyersJno D Babbage CncA 07 acres 34 miles north otlltdpyw Insburs near the Ilrandobburg road Well watered Plenty of timber for Improvements Double Log house small stable Good rich lundlfine for Hurley to bacco Terms further Information wrlto Jim D UubbaRe Oloverport Ky S3 300 140ftcrs 2 mlle from Gu8toni 3 miles from Irvln ton well watered lays well Rood young orchard good timber on rural route school house tow yards fron house Improvements good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch two good btrrn b4rn and tonent house und cls torn back In tho lleldj moat and lion house wood shed will sell on easy payments plenty of smith trultr Further particulars address Jno D Hubbago Oloverport Ky A 7 AGUE PAHM 5 room cottage hall and u porch In Rood repair good 7 stall stock barn two good tilde sheds crib Rood moat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches and grapes a Rood well and never tailing sprlnR for stock water UOO yards east IIlghSchool4 2 OHO For J 0 acres tour miles west of p tUUU olondoane Smiles tram branch railroad nil tresh land 100 acres In cultlvif tlon 60 acres In Rrass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell lag log dwelling 2 rooms and side room Mad His Hands Full Judge Why didnt you seize the thief whcii you found him Policeman How could I I I had my club in one bund nud my revolver In the other liegeade Blatter A Disaster HostessMr Squibs Is going to sing a comic none GuestII knew some thing voqld happen I upset the salt U the dinner to bio Stray Stories Subscribe Right Now f housesPlentypurposesgood1OIt SALEStoreI comliblnedlength of oroxcitangoAvenueWullJocatea poit SALEA farm containing 250 acres and tlveL6a store room over It two good stock barnsj poacbtreesmostiiiinicevinyardbalance in woods 15 acres In I1crosclened1 troves ot black locust suniclont for posts tc EleronononlongPon SALEit splendId stand for a druggist surroundedby stepIntodrulbusla88sAn particulars OIOYBlport Bruners Plan Adopted At a meeting of the directors of The Farmers Bank of Hardinsburg August 15th Dr Ben L Bruners plan of bank examination was unanimously adopted Ji the following members being present Dr Wm L Milner A C Glasscoclc J W Guthrie Allen R Kinchtlo Houston Alexander and J W Tea Subscribe today i1 1 1 1Il r e i N ir G 1Is I f J t- vriI II I 4 iiiii Ii x r 7 l r f I A d n tt r I r I- fiv 1 ex V 1m 1l 1i l 3I 3S 0i T D 1dj 11 ay idyIdy y rnrn t rnt you cst ers tnce 1 let fOU tive you once ling sales Ige louses poses I comgitreetli aln or- erport venues res and ct fiver with blUMIpeach II most a nice loned severslOsts EllronOOQ IrUKltla rounded Is lust to step- uslness 0 retire partlc t Vloyerrof August ofbanki adopted present sscockfbheip l tj 1 eaff1 JlIII II PROCEEDINGS Of Called Term of The Brecken ridge County Fiscal COUltI Iltld at the Court House Aujr 6 Sept 12 1910 At a called term of the Breckenridge Fiscal Court called and held in and for Breckenrldge county at the Court House in Hardlnsburtf Kentucky on Saturday August 0 1010 for the pur pose of looking after bridges and any other matter that may come before the courtPresent Hon L L Waggoner Judge and the following magistrates G A Wright G N Harris Sam Dlx Jno N Akers Sam Slaughter B A Whit tlnehlll Moved by Squire Akers seconded by Squire Wright that the court appoint the county supervisor and three other magistrates to look into the bridges on the Cloverport and Holt road Motion carriedThe court appointed Squires Dix Harris and Akers in conjunction with the county surveyor and county super t visor to look over the road Tuesday August 9 1010 and report back here Saturday August 13 1910 On motion of J N Akers seconded by B A Whittinghill and a unanimous vote of the court it is now ordered that the consent of the Fiscal Court of Breckenridge county Ky be and same is hereby given that elections may be held in the following subdivis ions of Breckenridge county afore said to determine the sense pf the voters as to whether or not stock or any species thereof shall run at large as provided in Section No 373 Rus sells Statutes of 1909 and said civil divisionsare as follows viz Stephens port Magisterial district Hardinsburg Magisterial district Glendeane and McDaniels voting precincts and any other subdivisions of Breckenridge county jm which an election may be lawfully and regularly held as provided by law said election to be held at the regular November 1910 election and said elections shall be confined to said Magisterial districts and precincts referred to and shall not be to take the sense of the voters of the entire county Motion of Squire Akers that no claims be allowed at called terms of court Motion carried Minutes ap proved as read Court adjourned to meet Saturday August 13 1910 At a court continued and held persu ant to adjournment on Saturday Aug fjptO IglO on this 13 1010 in the Court House in Hardinsburg in and for Breckenridge county Ky Present L L Waggoner Judge and the follow ing Magistrates Squires G A Wright Geo Harris Sz m Dix John Akers Samuel Slaughter and B A Whit tin ghlll Came committee and filed the fol lowing report on bridges to wit In Re County Bridges of Breckenridge county Ky- Report of Budge Committee Whereas the undersigned were ap pointed a committee to examine into the condition of the county bridges along the Ohio river at the last term of this court and to make a report of the condition of same we respectfully report as follows We examined the Town Creek bridge and found same down and that a new bridge and abutment both will have to J be builded We found exactly the same condition at the Gohagjin bridge We carefully examined the abutment of the Cloverport iron bridge and find same in an apparently dangerous condition However the condition is such that we are unable to intelligently ad vise the proper or best steps to take further than to request and urge the court to appoint a competent engineer to go at once and look into the con don of the bridge and make complete report to this court which will then take immediate action As the other bridges we recommended that no contract be let or other ac tlon taken until the said engineer ex amine them and the Cloverport bridge and has made his report and the su pervisor of roads has made his report I as to probable costs of widening roads etc All of which is respectfully re portedJohn Akers member of Fiscal Court Sam H Dix member Fiscal Court Geo N Harris member Fiscal Court On motion of S H Dix seconded by Jno N Akers it is ordered that the recommendation of the committee here tofore appointed be adopted and that the County Judge and road supervisor communicate at once with some capa ble civil engineer and employ him on the best terms possible to come at once to Cloverport and make a complete and careful examination of the conditions of the Cloverport iron bridge abut ments and recommendation as to the proper and best means of rendering said bridge safe and so soon as said examination is made report will be prepared by said engineer and filed with the said supervisor and judge and the judge of this court will immediately call this court together for such steps as may appear proper in the premises Moved by G N Harris that the court proceed to let contract for erection of Town Creek and Gohagan bridge which motion was seconded by Samuel Slau ghter and yea and nay vote being taken resulted as follows towit J N Akers nay G A Wright nay S H Djx nay G N Harris yea Samuel Slaughter yea B A Whit tinghill nay And the motion was lost four two Moved by S H Dlx and seconded by J N Akers that the civil engineer appointed to examine the Cloverport bridge also examine these two bridges and that any action by this court be deferred until he makes his report and further that the road supervisor make complete report showing complete cogs of changes suggested in the Cloverport road on which said bridges are located and that he make any suggestions he may deem proper in the premises which motion was unanimously adopted as the order of this court It appearing that the note executed by the commi sioners to build the poor house in 1005 has not been paid and is just due and that demand has been made thereon and it appearing that commissioner and receiver didnot re port said indebtedness in settlement of 190s and the same was never reported to this court and it further appearing that said claim is just and otherwise regdlar it is now ordere that the commissioner and receiver of Breck enridge county execute the obligation of said conty for said sum of 1000 and accumulated interest which obli gation shall be countersigned by the Judge of Breckenridge county said notes to be live in number of equal amounts due in one two three four and five years after date bearing in terest at the lowest rate the said com missioner can secure not to exceed 01 per cent interest payable annually from date until paid and the said rote will be paid by said commissioner and his being reported nt the next term of this court Moved and seconded that minutes be adopted as read- J N Akers 2 days attendance fO 00 G N Barris2 days attendance 0 00 G A Wright 3 days attendance 6 00 B A Whittinghill 2 days attend ance 600 Samuel Slaughter 2 days attend ance 6 00 S H Dlx 2 days attendance 6 90 At a County Fiscal Court called and held in and for Breckenridge county at the Court House in Hardlnsbunr Ky on Saturday August 20 JglO members pres nt Hon L L Waggoner Judge with the following magistrates Sam Dix Geo Harris Sam Slaughter Jno Akers B A Whittinghill and G A WrightThe report of the civil engineer em ployed by Judge Waggoner and Bridge Commissioner Mike Miller who had been appointed to employ some ono to do this work was produced to court filed and the committee discharged Motion by Squire ll A Whitting hill seconded by Squire Geo Harris that there be a bridge built over Town Creek and one over Gohagan Creek whichmotion carried Moved by Squire Jno Akers seconded by Squire Sam Slaughter that the commissioners receive seal bids for the building of said bridges and said bids be brought to this court for exception or rejection reserving the right to re ject any and all bids if they see fit Julius Dutschke and Amiel Oelze are appointed commissioners to assist the Bridge Commissioner Mike Miller in the construction of said bridges Motion by Squire Sam Dix seconded by SquireJno Akers that the County Attorney be appointed to confer with the city council at Cloverport thatthey are going to repair the iron bridge at Cloverport and under the law they will be expected tc pay their prorata of said expense Moved by Sam Slaughter seconded by Squire Sam Dix that the said com missioners receive bids for building abutment to the Cloverpott iron bridge of stone concrete or any other material and that said bids be brought to this court reserving the right to reject any and all bids- Minutes read and approved as read Ordered all magistrates be allowed 83 per day- Ordered that court anjou+ n At a Fiscal Court called and held In and for Breckenridge county Ky on Monday September J2 1010 at the Court House in Hardinsburg Ky mem bers present Hon L L Waggoner Judge of Breckenridge county Ky with the following Justices S IL Dix Sam Slaughter Geo N Harris B A Whittinghill and Jno N Akers For the purpose of considering the building and repairing of bridges in this county and any other business that may come before the court At a former term of this court it be ing decided that bridges should be built across Gohagan and Town creek Jus tice Harris seconded by Justice Jno N Akers moved that iron bridges be built across these two creeks The vote being taken It was voted that iron bridges be erected across these two creeks and it is so ordered On motion of Justice Geo Harris seconded by Justice Sam Slaughter it was ordered that the bd of the Vin cennes Bridge Co as sUmitted to the commissioners heretofore appointed to receive bids be accepted It is fur ther ordered that said commissioners shall enter into a contract with said I u 0 I =II 00BOOE0 I0 111 lap I Some Coal is Like AKIO n It fire quickly and burns up more n U quickly Resultthe minimum ofac U 0tual heat Some coal is like rock it will hardly catch fire at all i 0 One Coal The Happy Medium 1 0 THATS OURS It Burns Long and ResultThe Maximum of Heat QO Jas 1VI I o p 11 i agent for MEDIUMjjjj Q THE HAPPYo 0M y Order Winter Supply Now Spoitsyille or Ba kett Coal And Youll be Satisfied 0j QOII II IIQ0 Ilir 101 III 0 11IcIQJ Vincennns Bridge Co for the erection of two iron bridges one across Town creek and one across Gohagan creek and said commissioners towit H A Oelze Julius Dutschke and Mike Mil ler are hereby authorized to use all power for the construction of said bridges and they will accept or reject said bridges after they are built and will report their action to this court It is further ordered that said Vin cennes Bridge Co be required to execute bond to be approved by this court for the falthiul performance of its con tractL L Waggoner and Mik MUUr commissioners heretofore appinted to contract for the erection of a bridge across Bull creek having contracted for the erection of same and same having been completed and the com missioners having reported the accept ance of said bridge as having been built according to the requirements of said contract the action of said com missioners is now confirmed and ratified and the bridge commissioner Mike Miller is directed to Issue a warrant for the payment of the contract price of said bridge directed to the sheriff but he will not issue said warrant until all bills for labor performed and ma terial furnished for said bridge have been paid for and settled in full Claude Mercer having brought suit against Breckenridge county for dam ages for breach of contract for indexing the deeds of Breckenridge county the caunty attorney Jesse R Eskridge is hereby authorized to employ special counsel if he thinks advisable to de fend said action and he is authorized to take such action in the premises as he deems necessary to protect the in I terest of the county r motion of Justice Sam Dix sec Ion by Justice B A Whittinghill it ordered by the court that the com- missionersj H A Oelze Julius Duts chke and Mike Miller appointed to contract for the erection of the bridges across Gohagan creek and Town creek be authorized and empowered and they are hereby authorized and em powered to let a contract for the repair of the western abutment of the bridge across Clover creek at Cloverport Ky and they will use their best discretion and judgment as to the kind of repairs necessary to be made It being under stood that the county waives none of its legal rights as to the liability of the City of Cloverport for Its proportional part of the amount necessary for said repairsMinutes read and approved in open courtOrdered that court adjourn- L 1 Waggoner J B C Joys of The Press 15 cents the copy News Office Russia Gets Steel Contract Htmslun exports of stool tails are rapidly I InerwsIiiR having bean i0 tw r cent Rrontor in WOO than tu IOCS In April 1010 IltiHsIn outbid IIH on fiOOO tons for till Argentine government Their bid was SliO a metric ton while ours was SU272 The English mills did not lhid at nil knowing froth previous experiences that they could not meet time prospective prices Mazntlan Abandons Sunday Labor The chamber of commerce at Mirnt Inn Mexico hits Iccldcd to close nil places of business entirely on Sunday instead of working from 8 to 12 oclock- is heretofore Notice That resolutions of respect arc publishedat 5 cents per lint Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publicationCof this kind of matter l of Ice and all i 20 for 1515 for 10 White Ice Cream 4 225 275 Blue Ribbon 4 quarts 175 225 4 200 275 5 Water Cooler 200 all screen and at 80 per cent g 4 OVERTAXED Of Cloverport Know What It Means The Kidneys are overtaxed Have too much to do They tell about It in ninny aches and pains Backache sidenche headache Early symptoms of kidney ills rightsiThe statement below shows you a certain cure- 1Vllliam Williams two milesi east of Ellzabathtown Kyt says Doans Kidney pills lire in my opinion an ex cellent remedy for kidney complaint For the past two or three years I was subject to acute attacks of backache and the trouble seenuil to be more severe when I stooped lilted IIr brought nny strains upon the muscles of my back I noticed an in favor of IJoans Kidney Pills and see Ing that they where highly I decided to give them a trial They proved very quickly mov ing the attract 1 have used them since then and have never been with the results For stile lhy all deniers Price 50 cents Foster Milnurn Co lUifMo New York sole agents for the United Status Kemiiihvr the nnine Donns and take no other When sending a news item to this of fice please make it as brief as possible so we can have roost for all the news us your locals and items of interest Editor Subscribe Complete I of Ranges Cook Stoves Wood Heaters Coles I Blast original Round Oak Coal Stoves I Best to be for the money Ag for superior Empire Grain Drills IAmerican Wire Fence Furniture General Line of Hardware Flint Oid Roofing theBest on Earth Sold in one two and three ply Also other cheap Iroofingsf I Clearance SaleRefrigerators Cream Freezers Water Coolers Screen Doors summer articles Refrigerator Freezers quart I I regular price regular price Wonder quarts regular price gallon doors windows discount J D ASHCRAFT VINGTONKENTUCKY Paper is Brightly Leis iis Hundreds Readers advertisement recommended satisfactory disappointed NOTICE Telephone Full and Line Hot and had and and Mountain fJR catches Refrigerator BUGGIES AT GREAT REDUCTIONS Top Buggies sold at 45 now going at 3250 Top Buggies sold at 60 now going at 47 50 12 inch Red Edge Collar Pads regular price 30c now go at 23c for one week Only 4 A Zll t tVo totl 1 I f j I f j t io I 1 1 I r iif f L t g liif I ft tIi iii i- r I i r J tl It tli i r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY SEPT 28 1910 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should givo their old as well us their new addr- essDemocratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE IJor Congress HON BEN JOHNSON What is the matter my son 1 inquired mother when her little boy was complaining Oh I am not cheerful he replied Is not that the secret of your suffering very often l Wheh most persons are ill it is their mental condition not their physical which is upset Instead of offering sympathy to those so effected cheer them upT If you are annoyed or depressed yourself read a funnystory or look for some one who can make you laugh and see how much better you feelA Louise Babbago in August number of The Circle THE BURLEY TOfoWCO POOL FOR 1910 D C Heron chairman of the Burley Tobacco Society for this county is in Lexington this week attending the District Board meeting This meeting will fix a time for taking a vote on the question of declaring the 1910 pool on or oft This question is a vital one to the tobacco growers of this State and county On its action depends the price the growers will get for their tobacco not only for this year but for many years to come If the farmers after their suc cessful fight for living prices in 1908 are able this year to stand to gether and pool an amount of the 1910 crop suflicient to tie up to any extent the source of the trusts supply their battle would be won As the Lexington Herald very truthfully says It is hard to understand the mental attitude of the man who havinir a piece of property on the selling price of which the welfare of himself and his wife and children depends and the opportunity to fix the price ho shall receive for that property deliberately chooses to allow the purchaser to fix the price insteadof himself There is no room for argument on the proposition that if the farmers stand together the trust rutty pay their price That is an absolutely accurate statement of a selfevident fact And the farmer who refuses to join the pool this year for one reason or another is putting him self in the position of being able to fix a price on his product himself and preferring to allow some om else to fix the price for him He bas an undoubted llegal right to do that if ho so desires regardless of the fact that by so doing he prove nts others who are willing to pro tect themselves from fixing a price on their crops Breckenridge county is not a large producer of Burley but what is produced here has its effect on the price just the same whether in the pool or out of it As long as the trust can get tobacco outside of the pool just that long will they refuse to buy pooled tobacco So every pound lot louse in this county works against the pool turden ables the trust to supply their needs While the pooling plan is a slow process nnd works a hardship on many farmers who need ready money it is wo candidly believe the only thing that Will help the farmer in the end Hon Ben Johnson candidate for reolection to Congress from this district made a great speech to the Democrats at Oelzes Hall Monday night Mr Johnson touched on the tariff as it now exists and how the Government was robbing the poor man through that unjust system He said that on every 15 suit of clothes purchased in this country 11 of it was a tax lIe also enumerated a hundred other articles that the poor man used on which there was a big takeout to the manufacturer Mr Johnson shows by his knowledge of the unjust legislation that has been going on in a Republican Con gress that ho has been a hard student and a close observer of public matterssince ho has been in Congress His reelection in this dis trict is already assured and ought to be for there are few men in Congress who have done more in the interest of the people than Mr Johnson Ho also took occasion to denounce some of the falsehoods being circulated against him by certain factions in the State who are working against him in his prospective race for Governor two years from now Whatever may bo said of him by those who are jealous of the position ho has reached in the estimation of his constituents in public affairs ho will from now on be in the lead oful1 of his com petitors in his race for Governor of the State Judge W E Settle the Democratic candidate for reelection to the Court of Appeals from this district spoke at Oelzes Hall Mon day night The Judge gave us an account of his work as a member of that court since his election eight years ago Ho wants to be re turned and no doubt will bo because his record of the work he has done since he has been a member of that court entitles him to an en dorsement by the people The Judo is an able jurist a clean conscientious man and the people will make no mistake in electing him to t electiontThe L N railroad iis doing a big lot of work on their line from Henderson to Nashville They will spend this year 6000000 in reducing grades and straightening curves It is estimated that they will shorten the line 22 miles and increase their tonage80 percent Its wonderful to see how they are moving things i If the voters of Breckenridgo want to hear some cleancutvUve tiptddate truths as to the workings of the Rojlublhns in Corieriii they should be on hand to hear the Hon Ben Johnson nt Hardins burg the first day of Circuit Court Ho has a message worth listening to Theodore Roosevelt was defeated in the first round at the Sarato ga Convention last Monday The Old Guard Republicans seem to have things going their way Mr Roosevelt says he will win however when the fight comes before the convention Gov Harmon who is the Democratic nominee for Governor of Ohio is waging a fierce campaign against the enemy in that State He is also freely spoken of as the man to head the Democratic ticket for President in 1912 The Republican State Convention will be called together this week at Saratoga N Y There is a big fight on among many Republicans to down Mr Roosevelt for Chairman but the exPresident is still in the lead Belmont College is a lovely and inviting place And we are proud that Cloverport has two girls there who are going to make their mark and be a credit to themselves their families and their home town Work on the bridge is progressing nicely The contractors are doing their best carrying their work right along and not interforring with public travel all of which is appreciated by those who have to cross the bridge Look at your label and see how it reads then act Quickaction in subscription renewals is what pleases us The Ndshvillo Fair looks like a County Fair when compared to our own State Fair IRVINGTON Mrs Hllf and little dranddaughter Miss Elizabeth Howard returned last week to Louisville after a two months stay at Basin Borings with Mr and Mrs John Nevitt Mrs C L Chamberlain left Friday night for Louisville to visit her sister Mrs Ed Montgomery Go to sic Miss Laura Hale and get your autum hats Mr and Mrs T K Pulliam Louis ville left Saturday after a visit to Mr and Mrs A D Pulliam Miss r4B McGlothlan has returned from a few days visit to Miss OUie Adkisson in Guston Miss Hale has ordered an elegant line of fall and winter hatsA better grade than has ever been brought here Miss Willie Hilt who has been vis iting friends at Vine Grove and Stith ton for the past month has returnd homeDr and Mrs Henry Nevitt and baby have returned to Stephensport after spending a few days with Mr and Mrs E F Alexander Miss Laura Hale will open her millin ery goods October the third with Mrs L A Jolly Miss Mattie Lee Moremen came down from Brandenburg Thursday to be the guest of Mrs L B Moremen for a woek Cleyton Claycomb who has been living at New Haven came last week to eccept a position as foreman on the coal run Mr and Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday for Louisville I where they will visit their daughter Mrs W D CainMr and Mrs Ed Robertson left Mon day to make their home in Steohens portMr and Mrs Will Hale and daugh ter are at home after an extended visit to relatives and frlonds in Mar tinsville Ind Ernest Reese of Louisville was a guest at the Neafus House last week Miss Mary Brown came last week to be the assistant telephone girl in the Cumberland exchange Mrs Geo Livers and daughter Miss Nell Livers who have been spending the past several months with relatives and friends here left for Marshall Texas Monday Miss nibble Hayes of Mauckport Ind is the guest of Mr and Mrs 0 C Kitterman for ten days Mr and Mrs Albert Ashcraft were the week end guests of Mrs Ashcrafts mother Mrs Nannie Robertson at CustomJ Mudd has sold his farm near town consisting of about 185 acres to Hicks and MInter of Big Spring Po session will be given on the 15th of DecemberRev K May left Monday for Russellvillc to attend conference It Is the wish of his congregation and the entire community that Rev May be returned to this charge The Baptist brethren are having a concrete sidewalk put down in front of the church R B McGlothlan has the contractThe to build a large dormi tory in the new edition of town for the use of tffe students who are attending the Irvlngton College is being pushed along quietly but vigorously by the publicspirited men who have taken up the task of promoting the scheme W J Plggott who is temporary chair man of the committee is confident that this move will be made Mr and Mrs Charlie Drury of B wi7vllltv ryere thaeguests of Mr and Mrs Geo Lyddan Saturday and SundayMiss Louise Moorman of Glendeane came Saturday to be the guest of Miss Fannie Hardaway for several days G T Marshall has over 100 bushels of old corn for sale Any one wanting any call on him for same Miss Mary Storm of Henderson is spending the week as the guest ofII Miss Bessie Bentley Mrs Millie Bennett arrived from Hartford Saturday for an indefinite visit to her sister Mrs Fidelia Gallo wayMr and Mrs Will Mitts left Moiday for Memphis Tenn where they will visit relatives Mrs John Childs of Guston spent Monday with Mrs C S Neafus Miss Lillian Stith of Guston came Thursday to be the guest of Misses Claudia and Maggie Bandy If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use HARNED Mrs I B Payne left Tuesday for Clarkstou to spend some time the guest of her sister Mrs Dr Wilson Mrs Florence Pyle is visiting In Lou isville and New Albany Colnien Payne who is attending col lege at Trviugton spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr and Mrs Emil Carman left Tues day for their home in Illinois J M Beatty of near Honey Locus was in our town Thursday Mrs Green Payne of Muldraugh ar rived here Monday and is the guest of C D Payne Mrs Lee Payne and children after a three weeks visit to friends and relatives returned to her home in Louisville Wed nesday Cyrus and James Moorman went to Hardinsburg on business Saturday Bob Marshall and his wife of Illinois are here visiting his mother Mrs A MarshallJ and wile spent a few days In Owensboro last week Evert Duggitih arrived here Thurs ay from Illinois whore he has been for a year Far hers are busy cutting tobacco Mr and Mrs Tice Miller of Kirk spent Sunday with Mrs Ethel Moor manMrs Tom Gregory and daughter Mary Leigh went to Hardlnsdurg shop ping Wednesday Rube Oldhem preached an interest lug sermon at the Baptist church Sun day Mr and Mrs Sam Tucker and child ren Lillian and Patie May returned home Friday from Mattoon Illwhere they have been for some time F A Gray rf Garfield was in our town last week Success to the News and its many readers If the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to us- eLouisville Market Report Louisville Sept 27 1010 Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 9596c CornNo 2 white 58lOatsNo2 mixed new 34 4 EggsMarket steady case count 22 candled 2324- PoultryHens 12 per Ibj roosters 7cj young chickens 15 ducks 12c turkeys 15c Calves Market steady best 1800 C 8 50 medium 600 775 common 300 600 LambsMarket quiet The best brought 525 575 seconds 450 500 culls 1350 375 Hogs Receipts 2828 the market opened slow good hogs were higher while pigs were dull and lower selected 220 Ibs and up 925 120 to 220 Ibs 945 90 Ibs to 120 1 s900 915 light pigs 850 down roughs 845 down The pens were well cleared marketclosed quiet 0II JIV 10JlQ11 0IIIt 0JII I oA Dollar Saved isi a Dollar Earned o Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANK m CLOVERPORTwith theI interest compounded sdmiannually and no better way of payingyour bills than by check whereby you always have a record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US J Q wantsUI jjlID Q1cIII Q0JIQII o 2Jr 10Jill JI W H BOWMEN President A B SKILKMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRJDGE BANK I 1 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 onlTimelDeposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot v W H Bowmor- Jno C Jurboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher m Land Mules and Horses For Said IT fa I of4Hardinsburg1 Bethel church I Also another tract 1liO acres more or less lying on the turnpike road 3 12 miles east of Cloverport nearHites Run church improvements some White Oak timber I IIAlso another tract 130 acres more or less lying one mile east of Cloverport and near the turnpike road no improvements except small cottage Timbered Also another tract 80 or 90 acres more or less lying near the city limits of Cloverport Well improved- I will offer 5 houses and lots in Cloverport well improved for sale This property is offered for sale because the state of my health is such I cannot look after the same NQ lien or liens on any of said property except State and county levy for 1910 I Have 6 Head of Good Work Mules and 3 Head of Horses for Sale For information desired write to F mine Clove t porlKyJ S Jal JE 11 hIU b C s I Sl 1 t II I t 1 1I JJ1l 1I 1i l 1 t I I F r r u j t l J r f I11III + t ara iayIra irk porter I lOp estun iiI ned 1 sere jj Ij ourn any yon i you rt lat rry t22 1 ers 12cj 4r 900 M won 1 best O a- lrket her ted lbs plgA 445red f t ji JIi rQ1c i j fr 0 0- 1D t i r r i illy rIJt I + J I I I I c I IIf f I u1Y Ij i I tBeIAtARRHfI II eme y Elys Cream Balm 7 nil quickly absorbed OnceILCIa Jrotectstbtisane resulting from Catarrh nud drives away a Cold in the FEVERstoresrte and Smell Full size 50 eta atDrug gists or by moil In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers t G Warren Street New York 4 lK6e Breqkenridge Newsj WEDNESDAY SEPT 22 1910 RUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Eit ggpr Precinct and city Offices2i0 For County Offices 500 Hor State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 110- F Cards per line10For All Publications in the intere- ipt of individuals or expression rof individual views per line 10 t tSlS9kSt11AS1 Id1ASl lyt1t71S1AS1I1 itAl171S1t J- I Local Laconics I 5 N1111k11AAi1i17179i1S1 13iAAA IAAA7AAil- ADwightf Randell spent Saturday in 111 Louisville 1 Miss Rebecca Willis went to Louis Ji todayiJ t1 Mr and Mrs John Black have gone Ttb Louisville I I Miss Jane Smith is visiting relatives in Owensboro lFrank Carter will go to Webster this 7 weeK on business lp Adam Cooper is making his home kjftwith James Younger Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager were in 1 Louisville last week Mrs English has returned from Red Boiling Springs lean Mrs Frank Fraize was in Louisville T last week shopping Mrs Nannie Ferry is visiting Mrs 1 Frank Ferry in Louisville Harold Murray went to Louisville Saturday to see Stuart Babbage Mrs Chas Hamman and children have been visiting in Stephensport V Miss Jennie Warfield hay returned from Michigan to her home in Louis ville C G Brabandt photographer will be in Irvington next Tuesday and Wed nesday Roy Beavin who was operated on at r the Infirmary this week is getting along nicely Mrs Leona Jones of Chicago Ill has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Carter Miss Eula Wathen left Saturday morning for Owensboro to visit Mrs Mary Wathen Mr and Mrs Harvey Stone have moved to the Lishen property on Third and Oak streets James Hendrick of Stephensportand- his daughter Mrs Jess Miller of Holt were here yesterday Mrs Frank English and little daugh ter Lila May of Skillman have been the guests of relatives Miss Evelyn Hicks has received an elegant line of fall millinery from Lou isville and Cincinnati Judge and Mrs Wills went to Owens boro Thursday to visit until Sunday with Mrs Lucy Temple Mr and Mrs Wallaca Skillman have returned from a visit to Lookout MountainsMrs Naoper of Stephensport was the guest of her sister Mrs Nap per in this city Thursday I Hal Murray has been visiting his father Get Davit R Murray and Mrs Murray at Indianapolis- For sale46 head full stock Shrop shire sheep and 1 buck Ages right Earl Bennett Basin Springs Ky Godfrey Ball Finley Miller Louis Kincheloe and Dr Lex of Hardinsburg attended the ball game at Lewisport SundayMisses Clcona and Stella Weather holt have returned home from a delight visit to their aunt Mrs Marion Ryan in Hickman Ky Mr and Mrs David Phelps and dau ghter Katherine Hunter left today for a visit to her parents Dr and Mrs Cieiuhaw of Versailles Mrs James Cordrey received the second installment of her fall and win ter millinery this week Mail orders are given personal attention David Marion Behen has been visiting his aunts Miss Eva and Edith Plank while his parents Mr and Mrs Ira Behen made a launch trip to Leavenworth Ind WantedA young man who is not afraid of work to work in a store Ap ply by letter only stating experience reference and salary wanted Ed Alexrander Irvington Ky Miss Laura Nix of Louisville arriv ed last night to take charge of the trimming department of the millinery store of Miss Evelyn Hicks Miss Hicks was fortunate to obtain the services of Miss Nix who has had valuable exper ience in millinery Miss Esther Mae Jackson and Ed ward Morrison of this city and Ed Sandefur of Henderson spent the week end at the home of Miss Fannie Raber near Henderson They were delightfully entertained and had a genuine good time BEWLEYVILLE Miss Bessie Foots visited Miss Essie Kendall of Webster last week and this week is with her aunt Mrs Sue Jolly of Irvington f Miss Louise Moorman of GTendeanc is visiting at T P and C D Harda ways Miss Roberta Foote of Owonsboro Is visiting the Foote families round about here Miss Florence Cain of Louisville js at home for her annual summer vaca tion Mrs Cora Frakes of Irvlngton spent a few days last week with her brother C H Drury Miss Marguerite Stith and sister Miss Betsey were at Webster Satur day and Sunday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use LODIBURG Miss Nell Henry and Miss Eunis Philpot of Brandenburg who have spent the week end with their aunt Mrs Ida Drown returned home last Sunday Miss Annie Lee Hardin has gone to St Louis to be the guest of her brother I Alaska Hardin for some time Mrs Nannie Payno was visiting her sister Mrs Owen Keys of West Point last week Earl Harshfleld of Louisville who has beenvlslting friends and relatives here for the past month returned nome last Monday Virgil Dowell of Nortons Valley was the guest of his brother Arthur Dowell last Sunday Mr and Mrs Cuba Hardin of Ow ensboro were the guests of their uncle Mr A M Hardin last week Mr and Mrs F W Bashani and daughter Lois of Hawesville were guests of Mr and Mrs Adam Basham SundayMr Mrs A Dutschke and Mrs Ida Nottingham visited Mr and Mrs J Dutschke of Holt last Sunday Hubert Brunor was at Tell City last SundayMiss Winnie Hardin of Owensboro who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Ben Hardin and other relatives for the past week has returned home Mr and Mrs Horace Roberts of Cloverport were visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Jas Roberts last Sun dayThe Walnut Grove school Is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Dee Basham Born to the wife of James Roberts September 11th a boy Born to the wife of C Cook September 16th a boy If the best iis not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use When two of them taste and smell having been impaired if not utterly de stroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands who have used it It is applied direct ly to the affected air passages and be gins its healing work at once Why not get it today All druggist or mailed by Ely Bros 16 Warren Street New Fork on receipt of 50 cents RIGHT HAND RULE The Way It Is Applied In Driving and In Navigation Londons drivers sitting on the right sde of the drivers sent turn to the left VhyV In order that looking down at the right skh of the vehicle they may gnus to a fraction of an luck the hubs of a vehicle meeting them In the United States the driver still preserves the right side of the sent and In turning to the right of the roadway hns the least knowledge of where his hubs may lie In passing But In International navigation the right haul rules always obtain It Is the narrow channel winding Into a port where the 1extretnest of etnpliasla Is laid upon the vessel keeping to star board no matter how many crooks and turns and loops the channel may make This was Illustrated In a collision on the Whangpuo river In China when the Pekln sad the Normandle collided The Normandle was descending the stream keeping to starboard Time Pekln was ascending the channel keeping to Its starboard At a sharp turn In the channel the two boats collided The Ieklns master declared thin owing to the sharp bend In the river It was n crossing case In which the Normandle was to blame In the house of lords however It was held that the right of any channel of any degree of sinuosity lay at the right of the channels center that therefore when the Iekln milled to nbserve the rule In the sharp bend and cut across It became an offender against the law and must pay dam agesChlcaKO Tribune + + rI WartsFor+ + FOR BALEiClionp u Spider 1hauton In soilInRHinklu Clovermrt Ky For SalePiano 1 MrsLucretlaFor SaleFarm JlllrneclIIIdwellingwall YUDogsItIn my dis costthtI IIndtrouhlcr costwWauled Young Man 1ANTEDA yonnR man who Is not afraid of work to work In a store Apply by referfleesFAlexanderFor RentFarm FOIL KENT A very deslra jlo farm of 150 uJllIeccsury4HmllcsthoILndI cultivationForlowryrmlthFor SaleSheep rightEariplleanett For Sale Groceries and Confectioneries FOR PALEMy entire stock of Groceries Confectioneries and store room for rent O k U Slppcl Cloverport Ky For SaleMachinery FUR HALE at very low prices one 10 horse power OaarScott Traction engine one J7 horsepower Frick Traction engine ono McCormick Corn Shredder ono saw rig ono 10 horsepower Springfield traction engine AddreHawesvlllo Ky For Sale Scholarship 1 IlowilngGreenmeat of that University nreckonrlllgo Naws Cloverport I+ y For Sale Bank Stock Fon SALE Six shares First State Hank Irvington Ky Fletcher IUun ford Lebanon Ky For Sale Seed Rye FOR SALESCcd Hyo lit flOcnrts bushel on earn ut Holt Ky Julius DutwcliLt For SaleGood Farm Fort SALE Good tarn 112 acres 14 miles Webster Good dwttlllnir and outhouses Now IIs your iipjiori unity to guru good farm cheap My reason for selling am going West Will sell farm and crop all together nave seven acres good Iturloy to bacco Come and senme cluicJ k It you wont a bar sin L C Simmon Webster Ky rtr Agpaa Atd IIEyes Tested Fitted I JJFrames I Glasses Guaranteed J IWatchesI j Severs Drug Co J ISubscribe today newest in all silk linedand all handtailored goods it will pay you to see mo before you buy as can you money Mens Boys things for fall you will find at my place Shoes I handle Star Brand of made in Louis and every pair is solid no QJI Qom1 oo JII QomI o- ElEl ElWe have just our new pp- aa uptodate of 0 L d FALL AND WIN- TERFootwear Li un U o 0 Come in and see a a C NOLTE BRO101 CLOVERPORT KY lfi E I D0it=OLDI OQ FEED FATTENS Cotton Seed Hulls Write meHighCOTTON SEED MEAL fordI I prices before buying WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 For Nothing Club from Manufacturers llecordl Mr Samuel B Woods an active busi ness tnan of Albemarle county Virginia and a grower of the celebrated Albem arle Pippins an apple of international in his letter to time Manufacturers Record two weeks ago describing the development of the apple industry iin his section toy reason of the attention now giveni to the spraying of the trees saidWe Virginians do not do things until We have to We call it conservatism It would meet the case perhaps better it we called it pure laziness No doubt Mr Woods is quiet correct as to many people in the South for the lazy can be found in that sectiou as well as elsewhere Nature huts been so prodigal in UH blessings 11 the South it hurts made it so easy for people to make a living there that it must he charged some of the responsibility for the development of lazi nest And natures p odigiility may also be charged with having ben responsible for the organization of what is known in parts of the South as the S lf N otherwise the Something fur Nothing Club club has a very large membership thioughout the world Many of its members prefer to ie credit ed with conservatism whereas Mr Wood calls itpure laziness Dont forget to try a News Want Ad the cut oil Ask to see tho shoo stronger than lawthe best work shoo made I I now have my stock of in all new at prices that will suit your Do not fail to see my line buy as I have most line of Cloth ing in county Ask to see lino of Clothes from 1250 to 1750 Henderson Route Notes Low round rates Summer Tourist Fares on suleJune let to Sept 30 in clusive returning not later than Oct SI st Homeseekers rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays S8 10 Cloverport to Cincinnati t- and return AugtoI Sopt IM 1010 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not than midnight of Sept 30 1010 Also 720 for the round on Aug HI Sept 7 14 and 21 1910 good to return reaching Clo within 7 days from date of sale onowny rates to California AUK 25 to Sept 9 inclusive and Oct 1st to IS 10Ut inclusive Dr Leaves Dr L B of Irviiigton is i i in this week tile I I State Medical Society This is the first muting Dr Aloremen hat hadI for some time as he is always busy at house Aa lr Hilliary Boom says if people of Ir vington have the toothache they go to Dr lor lie is held in confidence and high esteem there Brsides beam mutt able physician he is a prngrttFsive citizen of the county nnd always avails himself to get in touch with the highest elements of the state i in his profession 0A Man Should Judge the Effect of Each Suit He Buys l UE should satisfy himself before he buys that he fancies are suitable to IIhis personality The only way he can do that is to have a wide assortment of styles and fabrics to choose from and select carefully Now we can offer that assortment in its highest and best form viz Kirschbaum Clothes Ladies Coat Suits All the shades colors I save and Hats- All the now the celebrated Shoes St guaranteed leather received and styles and shapes them IQlJ 10JII THE THAT Something fame very ones with Club This vnmps tho Dress Goods OmaMens Clothing new fall Clothing tho styles pocket before you the complete the the HandTailored Kirschbaum Price trip later trip verport Low Moremen Moiemcn Lexington attending Moorman such close clothes the best that can ho made awd all wool Ladies Hats Ready to Wear 1 have a nice assortment of ladies readytowear hats at popular prices Big Line of Dry Goods Underwear Hosiery anti everything kept in u first elnsy atoro you will find hero now tit the lowest prices possible for good merchandise You are cordially invited to call and inspect my stock and get my prices before making your fall purchases Ed F Alexander Irvington Ky 1 c 0 t I 1 i J- f 1 L y t 5- f l V l H C k j lrWW1 t 441rwv1i Tryr JfI tb 1iIr ti WWfllW t I fr L J 6 I r i I I J I lI l i ii i t tx x I I I I f s fi 1 1 i if u A JUDGE ON TOBACCO BEFORE CHURCH CLUB At Louisville Justice ORear Makes Striking Talk On Burley Pool Justice E C OKear of the Kentucky court of appeals took The Tobacco Situation as tho subject for a striking address before the Mens Club of the Crescent Hill prosby terlan church In Louisville The serous light In which h ho regards the or ganization of growers Is shown In the declaration If the farmers aro not prosperous thero Is not a town in Kentucky excopt Loulsvlll that could stay on the map longer titan it would take the railroads to move the citizens away Kentuckys Rich Monopoly Kentucky needs more money said Judgo OHear and people are not going to give It to us Wo have been Inviting foreign capital ever since I have been big enough to read the newspapers but it either has not received the Invitation or has been busy elsewhere Kentucky produces 7C per cent of the burley tobacco of the world and more tobacco of all kinds than any equal territory To bacco grown elsewhere Is no more Kentucky tobacco than blue grass Is Kentucky bluegrass when grown in Missouri Horses can be raised wher ever a man can but there is no thor oughbred like the one bred In old Kentucky So there Is something in this domain chosen by our forefath ers for a home when they had tho whole west to choose from that is conducive to the production of tobac co Practically we have a monopoly cf Its productionEfficacy Organization There Is nothing In that muddy stream called the Ohio river that mnVos it natural for people living north of it to be more successful And there is no reason why Indiana and Illinois and Ohio should grow richer every year while Kentucky barely holds her own unless It Is be cause they are given a protection that Kentucky Is not Judge OHenr declared that he felt it was permissible for any man Inter estod In ontallBhlng Kentucky whore she was 50 yean ago among her sis ter states to concern himself with the groat movemont of organization which has the approval of the leglsI laturo the press the courts and the constitution and is similar to organ Izatlons which were approved by the predecessor of tho present president of the United States It Saved Ills Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A rtweiiKtn of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema thatl5 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve eared itsoullll and well Infallible for Skin Eruption lJczeiiwSalt Rheum Boils Iever Sores Hums Scalds Cuts and Piles M cents at Severs Drug Store A Cup of Sugar A largo china cup with a handle was shoved uurosH thu counter and u childs voice said rMa wants a cupful of sugarThe grocer tilled the cup well hel1 the sugar poured It back Into the cup nnd said Two cents To u customer who expressed sur prise at his willingness to sell grocer ies iu such nmall quantities he said Have to lu this neighborhood Most of these people live from meal to meal which means that they buy things by measure Instead of weight Reckoned by the cupful tho spoonful or the pail ful they know just how much of any thing thoy need In order to satisfy both customers and tho inspector of weights and measures we measure first to suit the trade then weigh after wartLNew York Sun For the Best results try News Want Ads HI JJI Gorsuch Auctione e r Graduate from Tho National Auctioneering School of A merica 13 years public sale ex perience 2 years Union Stock Yard experience Try Me on Your Sale Irvington Ky 1 have a number of fresh Jerseyheifers nrweertMrub AFTERSUFFERING SUFFERINGFOR Cured by Lydia E Pink= ham sVegetable Compound Park Rapids 11h1111 was sick for years while through tho Change of Lifo and was hardly able to bo around After tak ing six bottles of LydlaEPluklmms Vegetable Com pound 1 gained 20 pounds am now able to do my own work and foo- lweIVltIrs ED LA DOL Park Rap Ids Minn Brookvllle OhioI was Irregular and extremely nervous A neighbor recommended Lydia E Pinkliaras Vegetable Compound to me and 1 have become regular and my nerves are much betterAirs It KINNJSON 13rookville Ohio Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotic or harm ful drugs and today holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases we know of and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file In the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn Mass from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation nll cerationdisplacements fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache indigestion and nervous prostration Every suffering woman owes it to her solf to give Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound a trial If you want ccialfilvtcewrite Mrs Pinklmni Lynn Mass for it- t is free and always helpful MEMORIES OF MARK TWAIN Two Letters the Humorist Wrote ta Henry Walterson Hark Twain An Intimate Mom cry IIs the title of Henry Wattcrsous article about his cJusln as It appears III the American Magazine Mr Wilt tcrsouI recites tlr following Incident as being typical of Mark Twains whim sical point of rlow His mind turned over tto the droll Once In London 1 was living with my family at ion Mount street Between loft and 102 there was the parochial workhouse quite a tong avid Imposing building One evening upon coming In from an outing 1 found a letter he hnd written on the sitting room tumble rand left sIt h his cavil He spoko of the shock ho hud received upon find lug that next to 102 presumably 10n was the workhouse He hind loved me but had always feared that I would end by disgracing the family be ing hanged or somcthlngbut the workus that was beyond him he hud not thought It would come to that And so on through pages of horseplay his relief on ascertaining the truth and learning hits mistake his regret at not finding me at home closing with a dinner Invitation Once at Ge neva In Switzerland I received a long overflowing letter full of buoyant odd ities written groin London Two or throe hours later came a telegram Burn letter Blot It front your mem ory Susie IIs dead Susie was MrsI Clem- ensChildren t Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTRIATHE Shelby Sentinel It the tobacco grower does not to day pool his 1010 product there Is but ono reason for It It can ho described In a single word It is an ugly one too nnd ono that we hate to utter or to give place to In our minds Yot It Is the only one that will stand tho tejt of a diagnosis That word Is selfishness Now that we have spit it out let there bo none to believe that Tho SenllBel Is any tho less sincere In its friendship to tho tobacco grower It Is by reason of our Intense love for the farmer and his Interests which are a part of our own that we have forced ourselves to this extremo statement In the hope that the evil may be corrected and cured while there Is time To repent again lot the days for profitless discussion of the good things done by the pool be ended The proof Is too abundant and patent for argument The question and the only one that Is up to the farmer today is will you pool your crop If you Btlll In sist on argument and angry discus sion let us add tell your troubles to the marines woll none of them Pool pool pool your crop Tho crop of 1910 Thats all Farmers Merchants railroaders laborers rely on Dr Thomas Electric 011 Takes the sting out of Burns Cuts or bruises at once Pain cannot stay where it is used Seeking Information Miss Tunkie And what has Lord Jhlchostcr done that you think so In cresting Lord Defendus He won u Derby y know Miss Yanlde How lovely On an election betl INDIANS PRIDE Native Reserve and Conservatism Keep Them Apart From Whites Even among the Ilvo Civilized Tribes there still remain nittiiy communities wholly full blood Those people drift together following their own lIdeas of life upenklng their own language and retiring before tin whites with the seine strange reserve and pride that characterized them In their wild state Although claiming the name of sev oral Christian denominations and fol lowing certain beliefs with devoutness their ways of thinking their dis like of Innovation and their aversion to work have made them withdraw to the mountain districts Whether this so called reserve comes from pride or a distrust of the white man or ti midity or merely a stubborn conserva tism It produces the same result the backward and nonprogresslve Indian There Is too a certain mystic quality that holds the Indian aloof says the Southern Workman a quality that we do not understand und with which there Is little sympathy In our everyday life lie Is so much of a philos opher that he looks upon our strenu ous life with some contempt dismiss Ing our efforts for personal comfort and material advancement with the remark that the white man Is heap trouble to himself While people call him lazy because bo does not care to exert himself for those things which seem Important to whites yet to some religious ceremonial or some ar tistic expression his application Is persistent and the patience of an In dian has passed Into a proverb WORKED LIKE A CHARM She Joined a Card Club In Order to Forget Her Work An Atchison woman who found the monotony of dishwashing cooling and laundry work proving too much for sanity was urged to join a card club It will take your mind ofT your work she was told and so she joined In order to attend she had to get up that morning an hour earlier to get I I her work done a neighbor girl was hired to stay with the baby and whenII flustered nervous and tired she left I the house fifteen minutes late she was followed by the screams of her three children because they couldnt be taken along But she had her mind taken off her work at the card party Of that there is uo doubt for when site made a misplay her partner perfect lady walked right over aII then picked tier up and shook her and then chewed on her for fifteen min utes She became so frightened tint the little wits she hind under her hair tied tumid she mode another misplay with another partner and this woman also a perfect lady talked to her in a way the woman should have been ashamed to talk to n dog It was more than she could endure and weeping like a sprinkling cart she got up and went home It did even more than it promised she told lieu husband Nothing has ever happened to me In all my life that so effectively took my mlud off triy work Why there were times when 1 even forgot I had you and all the chil dren Attihison Globe Athletics and the Unfit Those who are unfit should not Indulge in athletic games Is a warning by Dr Woods Ilutchiusou lu Outing- A boy for instance is a little weak after a mild attack of infectious fever I pneumonia Influenza or tousllltls nUll his heart Is beating faster anti more violently than it should on exertion But the team wants him or he wants a record or both and away he goes Into trainingSuddenly one day the heart can no longer drive on its overload of blood nnd down goes the runner or oarsman In an attack of heart failure and nth letics get all the discredit The same danger lies when there is no training tho sport being purely In formal It lies also where the girl just convalescent persists in taking part Inn long anticipated dance Only that phase of common sense which is mani fested in common prudence is neces sary to avoid such perils His Other Name The candidate for the place of coachman had been weighed and was not wanting according to his new mis tress lights Then the question of his name which was Patrick came up The mistress objected to it Iu her heart so she explained that It was her custom always to call her coachman by ills family name Had he any objec tionsNot the slightest maam What is your last name Patrick Fitzpatrick maam I Anchored- A little chap four years of age met wIth the misfortune to have his hat blown into the river When he reached home his father said to him Its a wonder you didntl blow over board too I couldnt was the quick response I was fastened to my feet Acute Sense of Hearing Camille Clarence isnt so diffident when ho talks to you through tho phone Is he Estelle Isnt he Even through the phono lean hear his heart lutter Exchange Knew the Outcome Sympathetic Father Parted from harry forever have you Well perhaps its just as well not to see eacb other for n day or twoLlte A sunny temper r gilds the edges ot Jtes blackest cloud Quthrie rr The Cloverport Ice Co 1 24IordersItention r 11f Marion ViTeatherh Sec Y r R JJI EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank account I WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying your bills by cluck is the simplest and most convenient method fefItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky t I IAtw t TURKISH WOMEN They Are Curiously Fastidious In Some of Ther Ways Tho habits of the Turkish women of Constantinople are wonderfully fastidil ous For IInstance when they wash their hands at n till from vliicu water runs Into it marble basin the fair ones will let UH water vita until a servant shuts it off Inasmuch us to do this themselves would router them un clean Thoy cannot open or shut n door as the handle would be unclean Ono of thoso fastidious women was not long ago talking to u small niece who had Just received a present of r doll from Purls By and by the child laid the dull In the ladys lap She was horrified and ordered the child to take it away As the little girl would net move It and no servant was near aid tthe 1 Ifedv would be defiled by touch lit n doll tthat had been brought from tilToud till Duly resource left her was to jump up and let the doll fall It brohoI In ploros- nothrr Turkish woman would out 01 on a Inter outing by post but rev HIrnl a servant to break till seal anti hi Id the missive neat her that it might bn read also should her handkerchief fhll to the ground It was Immediately djstroyod or given away so that she night not ugilu use It Exchange Generally debilitated for years Had sick headache lacked ambition was worn out and all run down lhmlo k Blood Hitters made me a well woman Mrs Chaj Frelloy Moojup Conn A Line on Mother I dot see how Im ever to get a chance attain with this boy around walled the little widow with the mull son The other day a man I like awfully well asked me how old the town wan that we came from The boy spoke up without giving me a chance to put In a word 1 lout know just how old it Is he said limit It must be pretty old be ause mamma was born In It Sea Vork 1rew Good News I write to tell you the good news that Cardui has helped me so much and I think it is just worth its weight in gold writes Mrs Maryan Mar shall Of Woodstock Ga- ulI do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and everylady TakeCARDUII The Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders draggingdownfeelings youfeelout and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladies giveitthankful ever after AMERICAN MANHOOD An English View of the Common Peo pie In This Country In all I spent four months traveling and lecturing in the eastern cities of the United States and met many men of varied classes In my wildest dreams of the race 1 bad never fore seen such wealth such freedom such equality America is the laud of the common people as England Is the laud of the classes If I were n young workingman I would go to the States as soon ns I could earn a passage because once on her soil 1 should cease to be a laborer and become a man which Is a very different thing Better than the boundless wealth of America better thou any material ben cOt she taut bestow is this sense of manhood and equality that is as all pervading as the air Worse than the earthen flour of our peasants hovel counlththat drugs time cup from his head be fore the squire or crowds him Into the ditch as the carriage pusses by He Is not a man only a laborer one step above time serf Joseph Burtt of Lon don In Leslies Trapping Muskrats Tiiiibers of mechanical traps to catch musknits have been Invented and tried but none gives more satis faction than the old floating barrel trap that ins been in use for many years Both ends are left closed and n bole about eight by twelve inches square is sliwtrt III time side A strong cleat is milled across each end the cleats projecting six or eight Inches beyond the barrel and upon the cleats are nailed two hoards one on each side of the barrel and several inches longer Water then Is placed in tho barrel so that it will loot with the board plat forms about on a level with the surface of the laudo stream About onethird of time barrel remains above water Apples carrots and other dell cades that the muskrat likes are placed In the barrel Iu their attempts to get tilL bait the animals fall into the barrel1 and are unable to get outEx change A WARNING TO INDEPEN DENTS Cynthlana Log Cabin The Issues are made up and the In telligent farmer can not fall to realize that he Is in the most serious position ho has ever occupied He can realI his crop and thereby help insure n good market for years to come or he can sell out to the trust and help kill the goose that lays the golden egg- There are thousands of tampers who think they can sell out and not affect the general result farmers who are willing to take tho chances on some ono else keeping up the marketIt to be seen whether the majority of farmers will do their duty to themselves and their neigh bars or will hold out and let the pool go to ruin We have no words of abuse for tho Independent and we believe we have never applied the word dumper to the outsiders But we want to warn those independents that they are doing all in their power to ruin the tobacco market for years to come and that they will succeed In doing It unless they quickly join the pool in large numbers Each Independent can do more than any old pooler because every time an independent joins he U fol lowed by four or five old poolers who have been waiting on the indepen dents We want to urge the lade pendents to quickly Join their neighbors and Insure the BUCCCBS of the pool A few more weeks and it nay be everlastingly too latel THE LOUISVillETIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER ffiT I The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE OTIMES is I 500 a year If yotiwill send your order to us you can get The fuJHrilE r Im AND THE Louisville Times ROTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of cor respondents Coversthe Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news fieldcompletely Has the best and fullest inarkets reports v Democratic in polities but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip tion Right Awayt- o this paper not to The Louisville Times Spent Sunday Here Misses Sylva Mattlnjrly Jennie Moorman Margarita Wortham and Messrs Allen Moorman Fisher Moor SundayfromCloverport Hotel- IIItousnetis heel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Cons lexion sallow Liver needs waking- up Uoans Regulets cute bilious at tocks 25 cents at any drug store NOTICE Please do not ask vs to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries fret Jno D Babbago Advertising is the Keynote of success s 11- a I I i t i lII lI I f C C t i 1i f t t f IIt II I tJ t tI tt I t 1i 1 I I I 1 1 i tt tr ItI1f 1t II II 1I I I 1i II II If I t t I j J i CHILDREN NEED VERY BEST ROADS Bad Highways Prevent Regular Attendance at School SOCIAL GATHERINGS A TASK National Grange Is Urged to WorkIFor Better Highways as a Youngsters and Greater Interest In d Church and Civic Improvement One of the advantages that good roads are to a community that are often lost sight of Is the prevention of chit dren attending school regularly thus furthering the ambition of every parr ent that his or her child shall be well educated and another Is the preven tlou of social Intercourse which Is only fully developed when the going- Isensy over well cared for highways- In nn article written for the national j saysTho tend to every citizen whether he lives In city or country and to every enter OETTINa AN EPUC ATOH prise whether It be agricultural man ufacturing or mining All are more or less dependent on the common high ways as an avenue of the commercial transportation and In proportion as these highways are Improved so as to facilitate transportation are they bene fited thereby These benefits have been carefully computed and estimated In dollars and cents and so enormous have they been thus demonstrated to be that they present a convincing argument to any thinking man of the Importance and necessity for road Im- Ytovemcnt But there are other elements of ad vantage which more urgently recom mend the Improvement of our roads advantages which deserve far more serious consideration than any financial advantages which we may gain and which cannot be measured accord lug to any monetary standard but must be looked for In the elevation of our citizenship and the moral and in tellectual advancement of our people Most of our cities and towns have good streets and driveways which far cilitate business anti recreation The people live close together and social and friendlyl Intercourse Is easy The schools and churches are within easy reach of nil So our ubnn population ins ample facilities for business for recreation for social Intercourse and for attendance upon church and school It Is different however with the twothirds of our people who are en gaged in agricultural pursuits old live away from the centers of business and population They have not the paved Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours bfickdutd1mentorsettling stringy milK- Yappeamnceoften tion the kidneys too fre pass pain youtheand need attentionWhat Tb Do There comfort the knowledge often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills kidneysliverinabtiitytoholdwaterand effects following use liquor wine beer and overcomes that unpleasant cessity being compelled go often manytimesanditinuediatesoon realized stands the highest be cause its remarkable health restoring prop erties If you need a medicine you should byI or indicates an un healthy condi of quent desire to it or in is in so of or ne of to It of freebyniailhamton N Y Mention this paper and SwampRootBinghamtonN streets and good rotuis or tile cities and towns They live apart from each other and have no roads such as afford easy mud convenient menus of trans acting business of social Intercourse and regular attendance upon church and school To them will How the maximum of benefits from Improved roads Improved roads will bring them In closer touch with the centers of progress It will give them enlarged Ideas and assist them to adopt the new methods which are so necessary for them to keep pace with the march of progress along other lines and as they advance so will our civilization As they advance so will our entire country and In equal ratio Good roads would revolutionize our country schools Contrast the lot of the country child on his way to school In winter with that of the city child with only n few blocks of paved streets to walk Our country child with satchel over shoulders and lunch bas ket In hand must leave the cheerful fireside of home from half an hour t an hour before school opens In order to be there on time The roads are wet and muddy ninny months of the year The country Is open anti the cold winds are unmerciful In their attacks upon him So that by the time he readies the schoolhouse which Is of ten unscientifically ventilated and poorly heated his feet are so cold and his body so chilled that he Is unfit for study or recitation most of the day and the exposure and chilling of the body Invite pneumonia and other dis easesThese conditions cause broken anti Irregular attendance They create an aversion in the child for the school room Instead of a pride In punctual ittnndancc and studious advancement Sot only this hut n mother hates to tee her children trot off to school two ir three miles away In cold bail vonther She fears that the lnurlou effects upon the body from the ex posure will do greater harm than the beneficial1 effects upon the mind will do good She realizes that a vigorous mind can only dwell In a healthy body and that It would be a misdirected ex ercise of maternal care to force her children to school under conditions of exposure which endangerI their bodily lion it ii r cv Ar Tft J WE WANT YOUR Eggs Chickens Turkeys itLambs Calves Hides Tallow Beeswax or anything you have to sell in the way of pro dQceoOur facilities for handling Eggs and Poultry are the very best Have a large house specially adapted for handling and shipping We pay the highest market price in spot cash and make prompt returns to shippers WE SELL Flour Feed and Ice 1 Ask E II Shollnmn Co bankers and First State Hank Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff and depend on getting the bust price the market affords AD Astoaft Bro r IRVINGTON KY 1 I 1Olllls grentfnctorliteracy which exists throughout the country Our present Illiteracy cannot be reduced to any appreciable extent except by marshaling all of the chil dren both city and country Into the schoolrooms This can only be accomplished by a system of compulsory edit cation Some of our states have already passed compulsory education luws and In many other states the sen tlmcut In favor of such lows Is so pro nonnced as to Indicate their early en actment These laws prove a bless ing when wisely framed and properly administered There are no obstacles to their efficient administration In our cities Everybody Is In close proxim ity to the schoolhouses and can easily reach them with but little exposure In the worst weather lint in the rural districts the opposite Is true If nil of the roads wore In good condition so as to remain high and dry it would be possible to successfully enforce such a law even In the rural districts but with the present condition of most of the roads It Is Impracticable Anti the states In their efforts to thus bestow a blessing upon their children would be attempting an unkind benefaction for which they would pay by a resultant loss In the physique and mental vigor of our future generations Church attendance would also be stimulated by road Improvement When one has n nice smooth road to travel over he doesnt mind driving three or four miles to church Small congregations would thus be augment ed The people would become Interested In and take n pride In their churches Larger and more comfort bothItend church more regularly than they do now with our bad roads and distant and uncomfortable churches for church going Is not only beneficial from the religious atmosphere which pervades J churches but there Is also an attractive social feature connected with them which Is n benefit mid a blessing to the peopleThe schools and churches of a community are Its greatest moral and edu cational forces Next to them por haps stands rural mall delivery which brings the people of the rural districts In dally touch with the cities and busl ness world It places In their Iiandr the dally papers magazines and mill of time current literature of the country so that they may he as well Informed as to what Is transpiring In the pnlltl cal literary wad commercial world ns their brothers In the city The bonofl clal effects of this service upon the hnppltiess and home comforts of our ruralI population are Immeasurable and nothing contributes to Its elllclency nod regularity more than Improved roads A flan of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy 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 Klnes New Life Pills the matchless regular tort forkeen brain and strrfng body a5c nt Severs Drug Store The Parrots of Mexico What the wild pigeon owe was In point of numbers to tin United States the parrot of varying shades of color and nil sizes Is 10 old Mexico1 Tllghts of these birds frequently dnrkwn the uilddajvsun In the lint country and they become so tunic urouud the ramps of HiKlmorsI tint ttin I birds arc given Individual nunifs and soon become reg ular pets Whenever the parrots de sort the forest maul alight on tie ground III the open spaces of the jungle tilt nativesI recognize I hell actions as sure warning of an Impending earthquake American engineers in- dorse this belief and assert that serious accidents which might have been averted have resulted when the warn ing of the birds was noted but un heeded WANT BANK EXAMINER 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 S Trust Co August 15 1910 the following resolution was pass ed by a unanimous vote Resolved That we the directors of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co indorse the plan of Secretary of State Ben L Bruner for an examination of banks to be conducted under his aus pices and that wo hereby direct the officers of this bank to sign the con tract submitted by him Signedn B F Beard A M Kincheloe- G W Beard- C V Robertson- D S RichardsonDirectors ElectricBitters failsInweaknesses they are the pupretne remedy as thousands have testified JIVERANDSTOMACH Itfatbe best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter I W11 IV tlltIt1 1J v Ai 1AItIAI 1 j j NEWS WANT ADSj COST LITTLE il But They DO Much IIThey help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good hclpQin fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted you have a Small Business and Want More BusinessT- ryIIIf a Breckenridgo News Want Ad fact that they are helping many others of our readers is rood proof that one would help you Write Call or Telephone I If not convenient to youtheleave ads at The News oflice aarA Wt I 1J AAMUA RIGHT WAY TO BRUSH TEETH Painstaking Care During Childhood Preserves Them There are harmful as well as ben tidal ways of brushing teeth says the DesignerA vigorous application of the brush crosswise of the teeth may result In forcing the gums away from the necks of the teeth leaving the roots more or less exposed The gums require the friction of the brush as well ns the teeth but this friction should be applied In such a way as to force the gum down over the tooth Instead of pressing It away To accomplish this the brush should be given a rotary motion letting the bristles Impinge against time upper gums and teeth on the downward trip and against the lower ones on the upward trip This will also tend to throw the bristles In between the teeth and force out any particles of food which may bo lodged between them If the gums show a tendency to bleed In brushing the brush should be continued in this way with cold water till the bleeding stops and by this means the gums will be hardened and become normal If this docs not cure the gums the case should be referred to a dentist to learn If there are not some hard deposits forming under the gums In the WilY of tartar The teeth should be brushed at least twice a day but particularly at night Just before retiring During the hours of the night when the fluids of the mouth are quiet the elements which produce decay have a better opportunity to work than at any other time anti If food material or foreign matter Is allowed to remain between time teeth all night thu teeth are almost certain to decay With painstaking care during child hood old ordinary care subsequently the teeth of the average Individual may be preserved through life timid this would menu much for the better ment of the ra- ceChiden Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Buttons Sewed to Stay The following1 Is mi excellent way of sewing buttons on childrens coats etc Make n jiwod sized milt on your thread whirl should lu fairly coarse then place I sinnll pearl hut ton on the Inside of the comet Put the needle llrst through tilt ma terial sinning from Ithe right side of the garment then through the small button then bark again through the material amid rlgiI through the big button Continue to stitch through und through until time button fools quite firm then give the thread n twist or two aroind the base of time mutton and finish off securely Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Ointment 50 cents at any drug store Our Clubbing Offer Howe and Pant 1 yr 50 Undo Remus Home Maga zine 1 year 1 00 Good Housekeeping 1 yr 1 50 Daily Evening Post 8 mos 1 25 Breckonridgo News 1 yr 1 00 Total W 25 All of the above for only 225 i Send money to The Breckenridge News Cloverpori Ky This offer will be withdrawn lifter Nov 1 1010 If you want to get in on it send moray at once 1 I F or II RURAL TELEPHONES I tltoiRm Telerrnphmmars Line rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY tl Incorporated 1 THE Fifth Avenue HOTELf Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr 7 The most centrally located and only Orstclnss lOtol la tlteclty n 2 00 rita Only 0110 block from the Principal shopping district two blocks from the principal Street cars pass the door to all parts of tho city t S Everything wont and cloan Jzz iO = r +or 14 LAND LAND LAND E best lnvostnutit on earth IIs the earth Itself and the bust earth to Invest In TnIs the Gnat Iiinlwmllr of Tivus The soil IIs rlrhfrind productive and you MillotHroomIn the Panhandle of Texasy- ou can Ret three or four crops of Alfilfi ouch year which will average a ton to tin micro at each cutting The heat of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones hot winds 1110 Guarantee 1000 Profitsthe FirstyearT- oanyone who buys a section of tlls land tiili acres I will guarantee thou the named profit time first y ar anti when tiny tinvc made tilt first payment In I will deposit One Tlirusiiiui Hailars In any hink In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money ItILt thu end of U months they cannot sell this section for the above named profit then the forfeit ntore two guarantee on tectlon and 30 on nuartir section If ttitrested write me at once I J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky t 4 p Save 75BY making theatres onelmlf 4 PURCHASING 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 it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserve at the low rate of i25 Books and stationer are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL tfrot- i f BUSINESS COLLEGEraooarorticn Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY RIGHT NOWIs the time to subricribe for The News and see what your friends are doing 100 a year- We Do All Kinds of Job Printing o r ti y i f p T l sxc s- li I r t 1 ii- f T J I f I 1 to rI I I rt S 2 t I i 4 c I I r i t 1 J t 1 7 0 l II 1i I n t i I t 0 I r 1 Announcement Extraordinaryof the Great Fall Sale of the Anderson Daylight Store wens ore Ky Commencing Monday October 3rd and Continuing Through the Whole Month ONT miss the first week as it will mark the opening ot Ladies Misses and Childrens Dresses Suits Cloaks and Millinery which will eclipse D anything ever shown by this or any other house in this country The array of Highclass Goods will be greater the styles rarer and the r prices lower than ever before IIIDRESS SECTION You will bo shown in tho dress section all wool gowns stylish 10fromII 50 cents to COAT SUIT SECTION 0shades1 o models 5nndat BUT BEST OF ALL You will see in this offering the famous BROADWAY GIRL suits which are creating such a furor in the East shown for the first time in Owensboro The popularity of these suits consist in the beautiful lines and exquisite fitting quality such as are not found in any other suits now on the market They conic in all colors and sizes from Little Wo mans up to sizes 38 they are superior in fit and wear to any other when you put on one nothing could persuade you to wear any others they come in three grades No 0 f ft 1 No2 No3 No1 is made of tho best Fancy A I Q 75 all wool suitings and sold tit Vi OandO price No 3 is made of the Boucle cloth which is the 0ft Pfl 1InI Qy STORE HARDINSBURG Mrs D H Kincheloe of Madison ville as whistler vocalist pianoist and dialect reciter captured her fine audi ence at tho City Hall Friday night Her whistling is wonderful reminding one of birds and dreams Every num ber was pleasing Altogether her eutertainment was one of the most satisfactory ever given here Misses Della Kincheloe and Hannah Beard shared in the honors of the occasion Each rendered a roundly applauded solo only to be recalled by an audience which knows and appreciates their tal ent and training Visitors commented upon the excellence of the local talent Nat Watlington went to Union Star Saturday to visit his aged mother Rev 1 D W Scott of Elizabethtown came Monday for a brief visit while Mrs Scott is hero with relatives Mrs Jesse ltkridge Is visiting in Owonsboro Dr P II Nevitt of Stephensport was here on business Friday Mr and Mrs P E Snider Misses Nell Emma Lou and Johnnie Moor man and Margarite Wortham and Messrs Fisher and Joe Moorman came up from Glendeane Friday night to at tend the Kincheloe Recital Atty Claude Mercer was in Irving ton Saturday taking depositions Mrs D H Kincheloe of Madison vine was the pleasant guest of Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe while in town llast w ek- Jesse Eskridge county attorney will within the next few weeks move into his new home which he recently pur chased of Frank DeHaven Dr W A Walker is in Kansas where he will probably locate if he finds a place which suits him Dr II Evan Royalty dentist has located in Hardinsburg He is at the Dr Walker office on Court Square Dr Royalty is well known here where for many years he at one time lived He has done extensive dental work in the county and comes with promise of a fine business Monday was county court day The docket consisted of road cases Rev E L Shepard the new M E minister arrived last week with his wife and daughter He moved into the parsonage the day after the Rev Cline left for Berea Rev Shepard is re h I PublicSpeaking I JIM1 f Seft1eIbfil Democratic candidate for Court of IIAppeals1 i and 1 I The Hon Ben Democratic candidate for Congress will speak f ffHARDINSBURG I I Count 1910 The voters of Breckenridge are cordially invited to attend BROADWAY GIRL is made by the best men tailors They present a different appearance from any other suit you will see anywhere When you wear a BROADWAY GIRL you sure feel that you are dressed up Special1 line of suits in sizes for stout ladies mn nnNo lady too large to be fitted in this store Sizes UUt75VoilAll Wool Panama Skirts at Cl and 398 5 00 This is the only place in tho country that you can find the fa T OandI 0 range Hero are some of the trade winners which draw the crowds to the store and make it so popular OKimonas9 1 Petticoats 9Tllff0 9C Great values in Ladies and childrens Muslin Underwear Ladies Misses and Childrens Sweaters Big Stock Little Prices THIS HOUSE HAS IIThe Largest Handsomest and Most Brilliant Millinery Depart IIIIITHE ANDERSON DAYLIGHT OWENSBORO KY L Johnson atfMonday October 10 membered here on account of his having served as Presiding Elder on his work nineteen years ago Judge Matthias Miller has been visit ing in Ohio county for several days Dr N A Palmer of Louisville State Supt of the Auti Saloon League will address the people here twice next Sun duoIn the morning he will be at the Baptist church in the evening at the Southern Methodist Special song ser vice to which all the choirs in town h ve been invited will be given at the Baptist church preceeding the address Dr Arthur Mather left Monday to at tend Conference at Russelv lle Mr and Mrs G W Beard left Tues day for R sselvlllo to attend confer enceMrs David Penick of Custer is ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Stith Mrs Ward of Louisville is danger ously ill of typhoid at the home of her mother Mrs Lizzie McGary on Louis ville street Both Methodist churches have voted to send delegates to the State Sunday School Convention at Winchester Oct 09 The M E church South will be represented by Miss Martha Gardner and Mrs Joel H Pile The M E church will name a delegate Sunday morning at Sunday School Marcellous Butler who has been with B F Beard S Co for some time will move to Kingswood this week Mrs Tom Beard has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Hendry near RaymondMrs C Daniel Conference Secretary of Foreign Missions is in Russellville this week attending confer onceOn account of ill health Rev Father Cyrin Thomas has resigned us pastor of St Rsmnolds If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8ignatum of Suits Him Dear Mr Babbage Please find en closed one dollar for the Breckenridge News The paper suits me all right Dont want to miss a copy R D St Clair Webster Ky G RFIELD Farmers Union Has Beneficial Meeting FridaySmallpox- Reported Near Rosetta Mrs Girtie Hogarth the wife of Rev J A Boyarth and her two children Lucy and St Clair of Campbell Mo who has been visiting friends in and around Garfield returned home last Thursdayand were accompanied as far as Hardinsburg by Miss Ola Gray Miss Maud Mattingly and Mr Grover GregoryBro Boyarth is a Cumberland Presby terian preacher of the very highest type He moved to Garfield about fourteen years ago and was pastor of the church here for several years nearly three years ago he left Garfield and is now making his home in Missouri While here he did a wonderful work for the MusterThe seed sown by him will be gather ed in the sweet by and by Sister Boynrth gives a glowing account of that part of Missouri in which live and that they love their new home Campbell Is located in the southeastern part of the state and contains 4000 in habitants and has a splendidschool We appreciated their visit very much urn Boyarth and family may also rest assured that they have our very best wishes and must come to see us again The Farmers Unioa met at Garfield Sept 2Jlrd and had a very successful meeting Quiet a number of members from nil parts of the county were pres ent The order is inCl easing in numbers and that brotherly love which should fill the hearts of all true Americans prevails amouug us The pledging of to bacco has begun and it is expected that every Union man who has tobacco will pledge it and we also extend to the outsider who has tiToacco a hearty invita tion to pledge with us Mr D H Smith of Garfield sold to Chas Dowell a pair of two year old mules Consideration 42500 Prayer meeting at Garfield every Wed nesday night Mr and Mrs Potts of McQuady ate visiting their daughter Mrs Sanback of Ibis place Mr T A Gray was in Hardinsburg last Thursday Several cases of small pox in the neighborhood Rosetta so said Mr Davis Bandy who is teaching the Perrin school If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best Sour Is the flour you ought to use IIIFewLlldilsHeadytowearThis season the Millinery Department will show the moat Headwenlitpatternshandsomer YbtemJowerverypopulardropshapesFrench patterns from 1500 to 6500 The No 300 and No 500 lines are simply wonderful for the Money We feel better prepared to servo our friends in the five IndianathanhyODDSKentuckyplainfigureswheresafely as the best judges IIdrtSchaffneri isisGradeSowingof and has warrantymoneytheyboughtCome to see us and enjoy the hospitalities of our Parlorand rest room Visit the different departments of the Big Store Go up in the Tower and view the finest sweep on the rememloringyouwhether you make a purchase or not I In order to get the advantages of all the above I prices you must say you saw the ad in this paper II State Sunday School Convention The fortyfifth State Sunday School Convention meets at Winchester Oc tober 0 to 9 It Is our earnest desire that Breckenridge county be well rep resented Being one of the banner counties we think It should be We can think of no greater Investment for any school than to send a delegate to this great convention who is sure to return fired with enthusiasm and filled with inspiration to stir his school to do greater work for the Master There fore we ask that each school in county elect a delegate to go to theII chester and represent them at conventionNow ech school please attend to this on next Sunday and report to the County Secretary the names of such persons as may have been elected delegatesWe in hand a special invitation from the secretary of Clark county urging all the county officers and Sun day School workers to come meet and enjoy with them this great feast The program is an unusually good one We sincerely hope each Superintendent will have his school to elect a delegate who will attendT B Henderson Pres Ora B Henderson Secretary of Breck enridge county f Ashbury Methodist Church Is Honored The Home Coming given by the members of the colored Methodist church was a decided Success in both a business and social ayThe ministers who attended vereRev J W Robin son D D District Superintendent of Evansville Iud i Rev F P Breeding of Georgetown Rev S G Turner of Owensboro Rev G W Powell of An chorage Rev M S Johnson the pas tor planned the meeting and had several committees among his flock to help him carry out the arrangements The colored people of Cloverport ore J on an uplift They are taking greater interest m their churches and deserve credit for their improved manner of livingThe Ashbury church received the Dis trict Banner for giving the largest amount of twentyseven churches for benevolence purposes in the conference Will Speak At C II S Father Brey will Deliver an address to the pupils ot the Cloverport Graded and High School tomorrow morning at 830 oclock THE MIDGET A Revolution in Small Mills SelfContained Flour UII24 Barrels Per Day patentedEnnllsh FlourMillThe ouly successful selfcontained bethegoodflour60 pounds The Midget flour has the sweet ness and flavor produced by the old stone mill with the whiteness of the modern roller process Oparated with only 2 to 4 horsepower according to the character of wheat and only one mana time is plantTheof any description ever put on tbiP throughoutEuropestud it grinds all kinds of American wheat most successfully- A milling business with one half the capital heietofore required and twothirdsGrinding 10 hours per day withT7n thMidget2 per hour judgeewhetherexpectations muttheand make money while they are los bug it It is the safest and surest manu theArucricanThe Midget is run with a gaso llghtpowerOur I JWduringtheq8fromBprnorrtqu are invited to Inspect it 4catalog1esrequest THE ANQLOAMEftICANMILLC CHtril TriHt Mf iffEfcMM IT 4 Vt Q r 1 0 i 4 of i Ii i I Ii I I s