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IY f- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT3 t VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 1910 8 Paces NO 13 III i JUDGE SETTLE AND7F 1 Will Speak at Hart w + 4 f PREFERSDEATH rs TO PENITENTIARY C L Frazier Ends Life at Win cliesterIIad Been in the i Limelight Severall Times I IH Fi RECElVhD FIVE YEARS IN PEN V Winchester Ky Sept 27 Charged with appropriating jewelry to his own use C L Frazier sentenced to five years in the penitentiary at noon to day committed suicide tonight in his ffcetlln the jail here by taking carbolic lacidA negro trusty admitted having bought the drug for Frazier Frazier had already served two prison sentences according to his own confession once for safe blowing and admittedyS having been married three times but claimed to have secured two divorces Known in Owensboro Charles L Frazier who was sen tenced to the penitentiary at Winches ter Ky yesterday and later commit ted suicide was a wellknown charac ter in Owensboro having been sent to the Eddy vllle panitentiary from here for robbing the safe at Lea Davis stable several years ago After being released from the peni tentiary Frazier returned to Owens boro and worked for several tailoring establishments as a dry cleaner He left Owensboro and went to Rockport Ind where he got into trouble and was arrested for bigamy but was re leased and went to Cloverport Ky where he again got Into the clutches of the luw for retaining a womans watch which she had loaned him to f W wear One of Fraziers wives is living in Owensboro After being released from jail at Cloverport nothing was heard from Frazier until he was arrested in Win chester Ky from which place he was sentenced to the penitentiaryOw ensboro Messenger Funeral of Henry D Richardson The funeral of Henry D Richardson presik Drug Company who died Saturday night at his home 1110 South Second street following a lingering illness of stomach trouble was held Monday afternoon at the residence at 230 oclock The Rev Dr C B Smart pastor of the Broadway Methodist church will officiate and the burial will be In the family burying ground i in Cave Hilt cemetery Friends of the young man will act as pall bearers CourierJournal Building Pretty Home James Bishop is completing a nice and comfortable home on Second street in Breckenridge Addition MRS RHODES t Passes Away at tier Home in Hardinsburg Last Friday Born in Virginia Hardinsburg October aSpeclal After six years of patient suffering from paralysis Mrs Cordelia Powers Rhodes wife of Thomas Rhodes peace fully passed from earth on Friday September 30 at her home In Hardins burg Since last March she had been sinking and she fully realized that the end was near Hers was a beautiful Christian life For thirty years of Ideal married life no couple had been happier than t she and her devoted husband To them were born two children neither of q which is living Mrs Rhodes fifty one years of age was born in Virginia but from the age of four had spent her 4 life In Hardinsburg where she and her surviving husband made hosts of 1ft friends She was a devoted Catholic FatlerjJ cervices her remains were placed at1 rest in St Romuolds cemetery All those who knew her well know heaven t ibne tie since herbeing called WirthIL I i UNUSUAL CASE NOW PENDING Involving Right of State Railroad Commission Federal Court To Pass On ValidityItc Chord Act COMMISSION LIFE AT STAKE The life and existance of the Ken tucky Railroad commission is hanging in the balance and depends solely on the decision of the Federal Court in the action brought by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company to enjoin the commission from enforcing its or ders as far as they apply to the reduc tion of rates This startling statement was made by Lawrence Finn a member of the com mission at the Rudd house last night Mr Finn is on his way to Sturgis from Frankfort where he was in attendance at Federal court as the motion to en join the commission came up before Jutge Cochran Monday- If the Injunction asked by the Lou isville and Nashville railroad is made permanent Mr Finn continued the McChord act which gives the commis sion power to hold rates extortionate and fix reasonable rates is declared un constitutional the commission will be without authority The particular case is that of the Greenbrier Distilling company against the railroad The concern applied to the commission for relief from extor tion on the part of the Louisville 8 Nashville It has been the custom of the Louisville S Nashville to grant the Greenbrier company a rate of 10 cents and then allow it a rebate of 3 cents This fact was brought to the at tention of the Federal grand jury An Indictment was returned against the railroad and it was fined 10000 After this fine was assessed the railroad in creased the rate to ten cents The commission ruled however that a rate of seven cents was reasonable and so fixed it When it tried to put the ruling into effect however the railroad gut out an injunction permanent is now pendingThe railroad has attacked the con stitutionality of the McChord act and thus it is that the very existence of the commission is at stake When the case was called at Frank fort today Judge Cochran declined to act on the ground that he had already prepared a brief in the case and had formed an opinion Judge Cochran will now notify Judge Severence and he will designate one of the Federal Judges to hear the case This case is of unusual interest to the people of Kentucky and the outcome will be watched by shippers all over the state Mr Finn is going to Sturgis to hear- a complaint of the citizens there for a new depotOwensboro Messenger Dreams Certainly Come True Misses Eva and Eliza May have just received their Baby Grand piano of the BaldWin make They purchased it- while in Louisville at the State Fair It is a beautiful instrument with a rich volume of music The Misses May are proud Indeed of their piano and the possession of it Is a long cherished dream come true The young women have worked with unflagging determination for this treasure For several years Miss Eva has taught music and has gotten such a large class that many days she stays it the piano nine hours while her sisters busy with kindergarten work The sale of the piano was made for the Baldwin Co by Mr Hazzard whose knowledge of musical instruments Is most dependable ANOTHER BIG IROCK CRUSHER C W Davis front Mt Vernon Ky has bought 46 acres of lied just above Mystic on the railroad Mr Davis will put a big Crusher on this piece of Jlaud build twelve cottages and a big storehouse and work a hnudrefl men or more herailroad is now putting in 600 feet folding accommodate Mr Davis and blsbIKcrusher Mystic will likely be slid up to the new town i 11- L I p 1 r MRS WARD I Of Louisville Dies In Hardin- sburgHad Been III Of Typhoid Fever Since July Hardinsburg Ky Oct IISpecial- Mrs Catherine McGary Ward of Louisville who had been ill of typhoid fever since July 14 died Saturday morning at the residence of her mother Mrs Lizzie McGary on Louisville street Mrs Ward Svhiie fearing not death in her readiness to go greatly desired to remain with her husband and two bright little children aged two and three years On Sunday October 2 the fourth anniversary of her marriage her remeins were laid to rest in St Romoulds cemetery mid the scenes of her school near the place where until her marriage and moving to Louisville she had worshipped from infancy Rev Father Norman the new pastor offici ated at the burial services A House of Brides Mr and Mrs A M Harvill have gone to housekeeping in the home of Mrs English on Second and High Sts on the East Side Mrs Harvill is the fourth bride to start housekeeping under Mrs Englishs roof LITTLE INTEREST In The Revival At The Baptist ChurchRev Jones Makes Plain Statements The Baptist revival has been well Fit tended but little inteiest has been man tested by the slothful church members and indilf rent siunerp The c u ch members who have the meeting nt heart are disappointed over the few results so far Rev N If Jones who has charge ofii the services assisted liy Rev Farmer has been dishing out snare plain talk saying that he preached on Hells half acre and found more interest in the work of saving tools than be has here Services will be held tbe remainder of the week and strriiduotts efforts will he made to create it religious awakening iu this city WeatherholtHanibleton Miss Mattie Weatherholt and Mr Harry Hambleton of this city were married in New Albany last week I in I The above illustration is a picture of one of the oldest homes in Brecken ridge county been erected In 1850 by Samuel T Bates the father of the Rev S C Bates 01 Marlon O The house stands nearly two miles east of Cloverport just south of the Cloverport and Hardinsburg Pike It is a old place nestled under the hill with a pretty back ground of tall graceful trees that gives the house a charm all its own In speaking of Its Rev Mr Bates saiduThis house was by myfather on what was then part of the place of my grandfather Ben J 0 Y3 cLfI 1 4 c HON BEN JOHNSON dinstmrg Monday MRS GIBBS In Louisville At Five Oclock Tuesday Morn ing After Critica- lIllnessFuneral Tomorrow Mrs Henry Gibbs died in Louisville Tuesday morning at St Josephs infirmary Mrs Gibbs had been critically ill for severalweeks Besides her husband she leaves four children Lucy Fred and Artis Adams and a Itwo year old baby Mrs Gibbs was the daughter of Mrs Nancy Ferry of this city who was at the bedside when death came The funeral will be held from the home of Mr Fred Ferry a brother of the Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Little Baby Dies Francis Emma Lee the baby girl of Mr and Mrs Steve Wilson died Sun day afternoon after a critical illness of a few days The funeral was held from the home Monday morning at eleven oclock Rev Brey olliciated The little one was just two years old last August She was the baby of the family and the pot of the neighbor hood NARROW ESCAPE From Death By Pete Laslie and Milt Gilliland While Working in Gravel Pit The gravel pit near the Henderson Route shops on the river caved in Saturday afternoon while Pete Laslie and Milt Gilliland were getting gravel for the city bridge Mr Laslies wagon was broken to pieces but the hqrses and lives of the men were saved Mr and Mrs Solbri Entertain Mr and Mrs Henry entertained in honor of their two nieces Miss Nannie Elder of Dexter Ind and Mrs Edith Anderson of Louisville and Mr Rufus Shreve of Louis ville last Saturday evening Several friends were present and all spent quite a pleasant evening Mr and Mrs Sol brig certainly know the art of entertaining A HALF CENTURY OLD OVER STILL A GOOD HOME The Old Bates Residence Erected 1855 having quaint history erected Dies deceased Made Solbrig Baths farm This part of the farm was set off to my father Samuel T Bates then to my brother Lavi T Bates He sold it to Samuel Johnson and he deeded it to his daughter Re becca Jennings wife of John Jennings Mr and Mrs Jennings and family now live there and have made exceeding ly homelike and comfortable The chimney of the house is almost as per fect as when it was built by Ben Muff et fiftyfive years ago Rev Mr Bates is proud of his birthplace and to him it is the placebaaaU ful of all Breckenridge M TRUST OFFERS EIGHT CENTS And Sets a Ten Cent LimitVice President F R Toewater Says the American Will Not Bid ION TOBACCO IN OLD POOL Winchester Ky Sept 2grhe Winchester News tomorrow will pub lish a news item which will have a stirring effect all over the Burley dis trict The truth of the facts stated is vouched for by the editor of the paper who sent for Messrs Rees and Scobee who are quoted for verification of the reports The News will say Mr F R Toewater vice president of the American Tobacco Company was in the city Thursday and from the conversation he had with Mr Wallace Rees and others it does not seem that the price of the 1010 crop of tobacco will be as good as It was last year EIGHT DOLLARS THE AVERAGE- In the conversation Mr Rees stated that Mr Toewater said to him that the average price that his company would pay would be about eight dollars and that it would take a fancy crop of tobacco to bring twelve dollars Mr Toewalter also stated that it was not probable that the American Tobacco Company would be a bidder for pooled crop of 1909 He said to Mr R P Scobee that an extra crop would bring ten or twelve cents andan av erage crop about eight cents THE CONVERSATION VERIFIED The following is the exact conver sation which occurred between Mr Toewater and Mr Rees lIl1r Wallace Rees met Mr Toe water on the street and said to him that he had a crop of tobacco this year and asked as to what they were going to pay for It Mr Toewater stated that they were willing to pay a fair price for the tobacco but it all de pended on what a man considered a fair price that some people considered fifteen cents a fair price but they con sidered fifteen cents a prohibitive price Mr Rees then asked Mr Toewater how about ten or twelve dollars and Mr ToeAater sitl that it would take a fancy croft to crintf it this year He also stated that they considered the pooled crop be ow tha average in quality therefore could not state what they would bid for it that in fact they would probably not t e in the market for tnat tobacco as they were well stocked Offering Ten Cents For Best Cynthiana Ky Sept 29Locarto bacco buyers have received instruc tions from the Cincinnati and Louis ville tobacco warehouses not to bily any tobacco at more than 10 cents per pound for the best crop which would mean an average of about 8 cents for all the tobacco Only a few weeks past local buyers were offering as high as 16 cents per pound for tobacco Mr Wlieailey Dead James Wheatley 11 su sntall farmer of this county died near nil hmue lit lurdinsbuig M ndy TUB funeml was held from ihe Catholic church yester dUll Mr Vlientley was fifty ymrs of age Successful Meeting New Bethel Oct 1SpeclnlThepr- otrncted meeting which has been inII progress at New Bethel has closed with ten additions to the church by baptism and one by relation The services were conducted by Rev M J Cox of Owensboro assisted by the pastor Rev Duggins Mr Cox is an able defender- of the cause of Christ as well as a very fine sociable gentleman and ho leaves many friends in our section who pray Gods blessings upon him Miss Moorman to Lead Miss Pauline Moorman will lead the Epworth League next Sunday evening Services will be held at seven oclock promptly and a large attendance is expected a CHANGES MADE IN LOCAL PULPITS Appointments Are Made By Meth odist Conference at Rus sellvilleRev Dillon Goes to Green ville REV LEWIS TO CLOVERPORT The appointments for the coming bytheSouth at Russellville contains a num ber of changes of great interest to AppolntmentainS J Thompson presiding elder Beaver DamA L Melt CherryCentertownR Central CityJ W Hummell CloverportF E Lewis StephensportHenry Jarboe supplyGreenvilleG RyanHartfordVirgil Hawesville P S Gillette LewlsburgD S Campbell Lewisport E N Metcalfe supplyMaceoW Owensbore Breckenridge StreetW C Hayes- Owensboro Circuit P C Duvall Owensboro Frazier AvenueJno 0 Smithson Owonsboro Settle Memorial Lewis PowellOwensboro WoodlawnS C Nun nellyRoamR E Bailey Rochester W W Prine ELIZA 13ETHTO yN DISTRICT A P Lyon presiding elder Big SpringJ E King Brandenburg B F Orr HumphreyFallssup plyHardinsburgM L Dyer Irvlngton L K May Kingswood CircuitB W Hardin supply Leitchfiild B F Wilson supplyVineMonanfi ld IW F Goolson- tlopxinsville Iftrlct1i F Hayes presiding eide- rColumbiaB M Currie Clifton T V Joiner BranllJnPortlandJ Bowling Green District J T Rush ing presiding elder Louisville District F M Thomas Mr Ford Better Preston Ford who had his foot operated on by Dr McDonald last week is convalescent and will bo back to work soon KICKS THE POST While Visiting Friends in St Rose Court lion Ben Johnson Gives the Kicking Post Two Fierce Kicks While the Hon lien Johnson was in the city last week he called to see Mrs Ray Boone formerly of his home place and the Rev Celestine Brey after his departure from these homes Mr Johnson sald with the coyness of a country chap in the city There is mother pleasure I should like to have while am inGlovurport The representative of the News whose curiosity was aroused Inquired quickly What you want to give the Post a kick Mr Johnson was standing right in the shadow of Cloverports noted Kicking Post and one could easily guess his desire- I want to kick it once for my luck to Congress and once for the Governors chair replied Mr Johnson For a wonder the Kicking Post is still standing as straight as if it were nailed to a straight edge Thats a wonderful post said Mr Johnson far better than Irelands blarney stone r- y I ts KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery uIJ PRICE FOR Oo1UOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDSATISFAC OR OR MONEY REFUNDED For Sale Tux receipts 1910 modelII- I outirantccd to lust 12 months Prices mnj o from 150 to I several hundred dollars in and get IItI0 tnODIS J DR HJ BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky A Picture of Father and Mother How it would dolightyour children how it would please your friends cBrabandt Studio Cloverpart Ky At Irvington Ky livery 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday + 1 NEW 4 Livery Stable Stephensport Ky New Rigs New Horses ri New Stable Op3n for the Public Near f the Oep1t iI clI f you 1 liavt 11IlY riding1 orII tqtqdtivin to dor ifyou want Feed of any kindwe cln t ilflfrnish you I m cl We Nill handle Ice also Your patronage will m 10 ltprCCiRted- VV m VV Ii t THOS WISMITH Proprietortt l 1 Stephensport Ky J hL + z + Our ClubbingOffer Homo and Farn 1 yr 50 Undo licmus Home Maga zinc 1 year 1 00 Good Housekeeping 1 yr 1 50 Daily Evening Post 3mos 1 25 Brockonridge News 1 yr 100 i Total 5 25 AllI of the above for only 225 Send money to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky This offer will be withdrawn after Nov 1 1910 If you want to got in on it send many at once VVr THE BURLEY TOBACCO POOL MUST NOT FAIL Wo Imve no tobacco and thorfore have no direct personal interest in the failure or SIICCCM of the pooling nioveincnt Hut in common with every other intllvitlua or corporation whose properly is in the Burley bolt we have an interest in every thing that tends to the general pros perity of tho community and tho State and for that reason we have an intense interest in tho pooling movement be lieving aa wo do that upon Its success hinges the prosperity not for this year only hut for many years to come ofn large section of this State including the counties whoso interests in a business way are identical with those of Fnyette If the farmers after their successful fight for living prices in 1008 are able this year to stand together and pool an amount of tho 1010 crop sufficient to tie up to any extent the source of the trusts supply their battle would bo won It is hard to understand the mental attitude of the man who having a piece of property on the selling price of which the welfare of himself anil his wife and children depends nnd the oporttuilty to fix the price ho shall receive for that property deliberately chooses to allow the purchaser to fix the price instead of himself There is no room for argument on the proposition that if the farmers stand together tho trust must pay their price That is an absolutely ac curate statement of a selfevident fact And the farmer who refuses to join time pool this year for one reason or another is putting himself in the position of being able to fix a price on his product himself and preferring to allow some one else to fix the price for him He has an undoubted legal and moral right to do that if ho so desires regardless of the fact that byS doing he prevents others who are willing to protect themselves from fixing a price on their crops Wo do not know what may be the effect of the failure to pool the cropof 1010 Wo do not know whether the predictions of widespread financial this aster to the hurley growing counties nro well founded lImit wo do know one thing and every man and woman In the burley helL knows that simo timing to be true that if the tobacco growers pool time 1010 crop of hurley tobacco they will not only bo able to fix a price upon that crop but they will also be able to fix a price on the crop of 1000 In other words those who have heretofore stayed out of the pool have the opportunity by united notion not only to get abso lutely their own price for their 1010 crops hut to help time growers of 1001 who have helped them make a profitable return on their former crops ns well M on that for 1010 to sell the IDOII crop at the figuru set by the farmer hiniDell and not at the price fixed by the trust The tobacco growers of Kentucky have at least their own prosperity if not the prosperity of their community and of their State in their own hands They may do with it ns timeyvihh lImit let them not fail to tnko whatever notion thy do take with their eyes open We believe that for a time the trust will mt permit tobacco to go back to the old slavery figures before time farmers put their bends together and made their own price Hut at the same time it is our honest conviition that with the pooling movement destroyed as it undoubtedly will bo if tho 1010 crop is not pooled it will be hut n short time until the to bacco grower iis forced hack into time old condition when an insolent trust buyer drove up to his barn with the old Ill give you five cents a pound no more You can tnko it or not but thats nil youll got And flint is time inevitable situation that confronts the man who re fuses to protect himself this year of grace 1010 Wo believe that it will mean the return to time tobacco fields of children who have been in scholj wo believe it means the return to tho patchof worn en who have been able to enjoy a little leisure and to devote a little time to thf beautifying of their homes and their sur roundings that it mean the loss of millions of dollars to the State nnd to the hurley bolt And the time in which the farmers who alone can prevent these con ditons may act is short If they value the adyico of The Herald they will take steps to pool thcircrops before these con ditions have materialized With the present burley movement broken down because of dislike distrust or enmity to tho leadership or for any other rlnsonII It would bo a foolish man Indeed who would attempt time leadership of anysimil liar movement If tho growers in tho pool a ma jority of them or of those who get into tho pool want another leader theycan elect one If they want a now district board they can elect one Hut not by standing on tho outside and yelling LeUus or by any other method than by joining in the pooling movement and there beginning the war on time condl tlons which have kept them from poolln2II their crops heretofore- If there are evils in tho conduct of tho Burley Tobacco Society thg way to correct them is to got on the inside and light from the inoide There are but a few days or at most if tho pooling campaign be extended to November 1 a few weeks for the farmers to act It is our sincere hope that they will have time good sense to fix their own price for their tobacco instead of allowing aomq ono thee to fix it for them Lexington KyO Herald r Wim u Will as lIulkllisIWH by Kitay ail Blitffe TrNUi Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourairesandlcsseusambition beauty vigor and cheerful ness soon when the are out of order or dis trouble has I mon for a child to be born afflicted with vcak kidneys lithe child urinates too often lithe urine sCald the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend xpon it the cause of the diffi cults is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these This trouble is due to a diseased condition of the and bladder and not to a supposeWomen made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold 63Y druggists in fifty cent and onedollar mayhaveby mail free also a pamphlet telling all disappear kidneys easedKidney prevalentthat uncomI importantorgans unpleasant kidneys eltinBpKoolincluding monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle House To House Visitation We believe the Sunday School is one of the greatest moral forces in the nui verse We believe we ought to make a greater effort to bring more people under its influence There are 2500 pro Jestant children iu the county between the age of 6 and 20 who are in no Sunday School We believe a thorough housetohouse visitation made in the proper spirit and thcn properly foil wed up would bring in 1000 of these 8500 aud many who olderNow this be true and we do not do it will not God hold us responsible Mr C G Bruuiugton who is Super intendent of this department we are Mire will be glad to help in any way he can to bring it about We think he is planning for the work but he needs the cooperation of all workers Every church member In the county ought to be interested for there is not a church that would not be bonefited by this work We hope every school Iin the county will confer with Mr Brnuington and get ready for tutu work T B Henderson Pres Ora B Hendricks Srcv Reaching The Top in lilly calling anile demands a vigorous body anda keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the gle lIe II Health Builder the world hits ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kldua s bowels purifies and enriches the bljod loves and invigotates time wnole system fwd enables you to stand the wear nlll1ff teat of your dally work After months ofsliffeling from kidney trouble writes W M Sherman of Gushing We three botlUs of electric Bitters made tie feel lke a new man II flOe at Severs Drug Co nrst Potatoes In Scotland It Is claimed by n correspondent that the first porHon to grow potatoes In the open field In Scotland was Thomas Irentlcc n day laborer In the West Hnrony of time parish In Glasgow near jj- Lhnpel Groeu Thut was In the year 1723 It was about four years after lint date Unit lie Prentice entered i he market with them nnd was very j nrocssful with his experiment ns he 1 imule 300 of It which ho sank in t louhle Interest mid died nt Edinburgh in ITGliOlnstfow Herald I Raiy wont suffer five minutes whitc roup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclectic I Jil atyouce It acts like magic I WANT BANK j EXAMINER i The directors of The Bank of Hard j nsburg Trust Co indorse the action if Secretary of State Bruner for a State Sank Examination At a called meeting oC Tho Bank of t Iardinsburg Trust Co August 15 910 the following resolution was pass 1I- d by a unanimous vote c Resolved That we the directors of f he Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co ndorse the plan of Secretary of State Ben L Bruner for an examination of anks to be conducted under his aus ices and that we hereby direct the ifilcers of this bank to sign the con Tact submitted by him j SlguedB F Beard t A M Kincheloe C VG W Beard 8 C V Robertsont D S JDirectorsJ Dont forget to try aoI ews Want Ad SURFACING OF COUNTRY ROADS Problems That a Highway En gineer Must Solve THREE TYPES OF TOP DRESSING SandClay Gravel and Macadam the Materials UsedCharacter of Rocks Suitable For Building Macadamized Roadways Must Be Known Iu an address recently delivered before the Appalachian Engineering as sociation nt WlnstouSnlcm N C Dr Joseph Hyde Pratt president of the Appalachian Good Itoads association spoke ns follows on the surfacing of roads Time question of surfacing material for a road Is one that Is cnuslug road builders considerable trouble for with the Introduction of the automobile the wear and tear on our public roads especially of the surfaced roads Is very materially Increased It is not due to the automobile alone but to a combination of the cutting action of the narrow Iron tires of heavy wagons and the suction of the rubber tires of the automobiles fhe Iron tire has a cutting and grinding action which re dmos the surface of the road to a powder and loosens up small frag ments which are readily tilted up and thrown to one side by the suction power of the rubber tire of the auto mobile The Iron tIre alone or the au togiobllo alone would not do such great damage for the material ground up by the Iron tire nets as a protection for the surface of the road beneath It nnd remains ns such protection until blown off by the wind or washed off by heavy rains WHen removed however the Iron tire nt once comes in contact with the stone surface of tim road and be guts to wear It out lhe automobile alone would not do anywhere near as much damage to the public roads as the suction power of the tires would not seriously affect the well surfaced road It is the combination of the two however that causes the great damage that Is laid to the automobile For country roads there are three types of surfacing material In use maradam sand clay and gravel In considering n macadam road tim road engineer has many problems tpsolve He must not only be fa j MACADAM IIOAD CONRTllUCTIOn From Southern Good Roads Lexington NCJ ulllnr with the method of construe lion of time macadam road but heI mist also know when It Is possible to use a thinner layer of stone thus re luclng the cost of construction He usa must be so familiar with this typo frond that he will not make a mis akc of using too thin a coating of iiacadain According to the character f the subsoil and time hardness of the oadbed the thickness of the macadam vll vary from four Inches to ten itches The coat of a four Inch mac idam Is so much less than a ten Inch I lint an engineer will wish to use it is often as possible and there is often ti tendency to use the thin coating vhere the thicker one would give bet or results The character of rocks suitable for ISO In the construction of a macadam ond must also be known tt5 the road mRliicer for the reason that many i ocks are not at nil adapted for this nirposo on account of their softness md luck of minerals that make a good Indlng surface The host rocks for hls purpose are trap diabase mId gab jro These rocks are all basic InIhnrnctcr and when used as a top Iresslng for macadam give the erytlest binding qualities Many other ocks as granitet gneiss lila rtzite Imcstoiie otc have to be used on ac lonnt of the Inaccessibility of rocks if time other typo There Is a gmeatr variation In granites and gneisses in tc heir chemicalI composition those yhleh contain n great deal of horn ilcrnlc giving the best results hi tIme onstructlon of macadam roads They Ire however rather soft and wear lown quickly If the traffic is very icavy TIme limestone although n oft rock has exceptionally good bind ng qualities and makes n good mac tdiun road but ono that has to be valclied constantly Time sand clay road which Is coining nto general use throughout many of ho southern states Is one that time road nglneer must know how to build In OHIO Instances this road can bo built o better advantage than macadam and vlll give just as good results All sand 11 all clay will not make good sand lay roads and in building this typo if road both tho sund andtho clayo mist bo toted as to its adaptability o usd for this purpose Louisville iHenderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 I I I 146 142 144 I HdSTATIONS 1451431141Dtliy lDilly Dilly Daily 0 21 pm 4 40um s 40 am LvLOULSYILLIIAr 7 la ani 12 50pm 7 40pm 14 53 8TKAWHEKUV f286 lUSUOKtf jIJ S3 S66 woo MEUOUA W 4 12 13 f7 OS f5 II 014 8TlTES ffl 30 IS 07 K 02 15 17 hATtlUYN1m2 Ot 10 01 5 21 9 81 WEST IOINT0 29 13 01 0 50 f5 23 f9 23VIIOWARI ni 58 w fa o4 f5 31 f9 30 I BAIITLES11 60 to 40 r531 tO 34 HOCK UAVHN fll 43 fO 41 I r543 W 40 LONG BRANCH fll 37 10 S3 5 63 fl 49 bRANDEMlUHQ 1129 025 6 50 f9 60 EfCHONm fll 21 11111 0 03 rio Oi OU8TON 5 48 fll 13 0 OS 1043 016025 1013 IKVINOTON it 41 11 05 601 fO 31 f 10 19 WI1HI1EH flO 57 f42 029 tie 21 LODIIIUKQ flO 48 f5 34 HHO MYSTLL110 41 tttt flO 37 SAMPLE no 37 i5 i h 0 63 1044 STEPHENSPORT r 10 zr 5 14 K 03 tlO48 AItISONtic22 fs 10 f7041 HO 50 HOLT flO 19 fo 08 0 a m 11 1 n 7 15 11 00 ULOVEIIOIIT4 57 10 07 4 57 8 15 SHOPS fit 12 f7 23 SK1LLMAN Ill liS f8 03- fO 1 11 45 7 37 11 18 IIAWfiSVILLE 4 38 9 43 4 80 7 61 o zr f745 1ErUIK f9 37 n 4J to 32 17 60 ADAIIt932 f7 37 040 7 69 fll 37 LEWI8POKT I9 23 f4 M 7 2J 04 f8 05WAITMANfu 17 fT 23 a li3 a 14 fll 49 MACRO U 08 f404 7 IS 103 v f8 24 PtVESfS50 fT 01VDUTCH 7 13 12 S3am 8 j i210pm OWENS BOKO 3 50 18 45 3 45 U M 8 40 CONWAY f121 rll 411 MATTINOLY f8 atl f64L- f1 31 ra 63 OBtKFITH f8 S3 fO 37 7 ID f8 57 f3 27 STANLY f822 f328 II 34 t140 f9 03 NEVMANf8 15 02 14 19 10 REED f8 01 ffl 21 r7 63 fO 10 HEALS f8 01 10 16 768 0 18 SPOTTSVIIVLE7 f8 f311 6 13f8 18 f9S IIASICETT7 5 1307 003 825 130 9 42 105 HENDERSON 300 739 265 565pm l1 65 10 15 1 30 EVANSVILLE 235 710am 2 30 117 4Oam7 40pm ST LOUISU 00 pm 8 34 am tlf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NONSTOPt Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and Stt Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pullman I sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from oast of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to dischargojpassengera frolDII went of Cloverport j j jj Hartford Line i West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle Hast HoundII t Second Class list Class 1st Class Second Clu 9 7 113 112 8 10 I STATIONSPlssen MixedDailycxSunday1110pIDf655 1030f720s723 013I sll40 Junctions922s22673 610 h14miiardinsburgs917s210t741 0 27 1201pm JunctionS9 11s2 oo 10 10 1 f750 637 fl208 Kirk1903 fl 45 1001 1757 045 f215- s8 McQuadyi8O 120 95410 0 59 sill 27 OIendeaneos845 si 00 s8 10 7 00 s12 36 Dempster 5836 sl245 043 936C83931f831 c 1842 730 fl250- f8 Oaksf818 f213 023 49 7 36 sIp m Eflmitcimsb 15 sl205 9158 55ptu 750 Fordsvllle 1201pm glO 3 30 EARLINQTON 5 45 0 03 BOUND WEST Between Dempster and FallsofRoii hub SecondClassI I I mrst I I t This Time Table wentV31 27 2S Into effect Sunday June 2 26 32 Mixed Passenger Passenger 19 1910 at 1159 p m Passenger Ptttenger I tlxedjU I IomlayWldnlIdyWednsdyandrldy Onlyonly123pm1O3ptnJ256pm9OOamtFALLSOI I I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business If you do you may find Just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of tho following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once jJ telling us what you want and where you want It and let is introduce you to the man who has the very property you arelooldngl r l We recommend tho following properties as being productive tnd fair in price t Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If youVV want cash for your property send price and description at once ind let us show you how we bring buyer and seller togetherV enablingbuyersJno D Babbage iCO SOticres 3H miles north of Hard P near time Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements Uoublu Log house small stable Good rich landlfino for Jljrloy to bacco Terms further Jnforma thou write Jno n Ilabbago Olorerport Ky Ouston1sJusRoodtimberron house Improvements good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch two lJirns btirn and tenont house anu cis orn back In tho Held meat and hen house wood shed will sollon easy payments plenty of staid fruit further particulars address Jno D Oabbago Cloverport Ky ofIcultivatIon nelRhborboodplentY InK log dwelling 2 rooms and sldo room housesPlentypurposesood Kills a nurderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with ninny victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging I that invites appendicks curing Consti pation Headache Bilibusness Chills 25c at Severs Drug Co NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card f thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage II t i 1 F SALEStoro liouo cornbinodOlovorport Ky Cistern basementStreetsVwholelength of building Wilt soil at a bargain orexchange fora dwelllnK house In Oloverport fTwoWell located itonts for 16 per monthV1011 SAtBAa ndaUfiveL5withastoreroomnoverit barnsloneapple and poachtrees also mostallIncluding a nicevinymird of 11balanceItfovesof black 10cl1st sufficient for I wIre the pots t S EkroaonIs 5000 or 1long and easy IJavnlonts 1I FOR SALEA splendId stand for a druKRIs surrounuodbyjusttheto step eti8AnrOtireIsparticuharsOIoverport Notice That resolutions of respect aro publishedat 6 cents per lino Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication Qof this kind of matterV0 p Subscriber t o 1 4 r Y I 11 i J b r I iiyr t STOHIES W1HTTEN i1A c While The Press Thunders J BY LOUISE f t ta rr I fOccasionally the News receives some r very interestlug letters about visits and 74 trips made by our fortunate friends 4tand last week we were honored with one from our Chicago reader whom John Babbage jr would calltin type 1h magnate He is connected with one of the largest type manufacturers Ink the world Barnhart Bros Spindler that has supplied nearly every print shop and newspaper office in Kentucky t with Superior Copper Mixed Type iJt To read what he says about his re cent visit to the great west is genuine I pleasure ond reminds us of what a country chap who was going to school r here one winter said to Kate Mobrman f wht n a dollar excursion was advertised to Louisville Miss Kate he asked aint you a goln to the city Sunday m The ride am worth a dollar Thus it must have been with our friend his long journey under the western skies I1 surely equalled the cost In parthis letter is as follows III have just returned from a three fr weeks visit to the land of wonders I Colorado Arizona New Mexico Call Z r c fornia Oregon and the Canadian Pa- diafie with the grand Rocky Mountain l scenery It is a view of our country which must make all Americans proud t the extent the variety the grandeur of the scenery and of all the magnifi I Icenrviews none quite equal the view I which I had the day I visited the Grand I Canon I wished as I looked at it I STEPHENSPORTR- evs Winchelsent In his resignation Saturday at the Baptist church and has accepted a call at Bewleyville Mrs W N Sills is visiting a few weeks with relatives In Owensboro Miss Emma Allen of Omaha Neb after visiting several weeks with her aunt Mrs Eliza Rollins returned home Friday Mrs E A Blaine has gone to Florida to spend the winter Mrs Rosa Hanks left Saturday for Evansville She will spend the winter In Illinois Miss Etta English is visiting in Brandenburg Lewis Perkins and Mr Brown of Louisville were guests of J W French Sunday Robert Pennington of Owensboro ywas the guest of his aunt Mrs Eliza Rollins last week Mrs Harland Morgan and children spent a few days in the country last week with her mother Mrs Anna DleckmanMr the insurance man of Louisville is in town again We wish him success in hIS business Sam Thompson and family of Kings Landing have moved to our town Mrs Mollle Adkisson has returned from Hardlnsburg where she spent the summer She was accompanied home by Mrs Nolie DeHaven Mrs H S English Jr is expected ihomesoon from Canada Mr Forrest Beauchamp and Miss Mona Robinson were quietly married il at the home of the bride Wednesday September 21 The writer wishes I them many years of happiness and much success Mrs M L Roberts and Miss Sallie Bennett spent a very pleasant day last f week in the country with Mrs Ben Lay Mrs Ollie Lay Is still with her daughter Mrs Sim Reynolds near 4 New Albany 11J Mrs Gardner Hawkins expects to Iileave soon for a visit to her son Har witt at Unlontown Ky If the best is not too good for you il Lewisport Best flour is the flour you fl ought to use CASTORIAI for Infants and Children Till Kind You Hays Always Bought + Bears the f Slgnatureof l J RAYMOND r Mr and Mrs Sam Robbins Ammons spent Saturday and Sunday In this neighborhood and attended church Several from here attended the sale at W N Heads last Saturday Every thing reported as selling well Mrs Tom Bland Hardlnsburtr visit cd her mother Mrs 3 C Hendry last week Mr and Mrs Grover Brunell Gar field visited at Archelous Morris last Saturday and Sunday G Dj Lawson has his saw mill in this neighborhood Jones Mercer left last week for Bowling Green to attend school Sue CCM to Jones In this gpod work fZ nc r that Milton might be there to describe it no minor bard could doit justice Take the trip some day j do not miss It Rebuilt Fransclsco Wonderful Passing from the great cropproduc ing section of Illinois Missouri and Kansas through the beautiful scenery of Colorado up to the splendor of the Cnnon through the alkaline desert down to the paradise of San Bernardino Riverside Los Angeles and Pasadena up along the coast of the mighty Paci fic passing its rockbound Coast to the wonder of the ages rebuilt San Fran cisco with its harbor in which all the war fleets of the world might maneuv er without interfering with each other north again through the fertile irrigat ed fruitproducing region of Northern California Oregon and Washington passing mighty Shasti and tiptop Ran ier into the equable climate of Seattle where roses grow the year around in the open air in gorgeous profusion through succession of mountain panoramas down through the mile long wheat fields of Saskatchewan and North Dakota into the Twin Cities and back to dusty hustling Chicago makes one gasp with wonder love and praise It is not so difficult to make the trip nor so expensive as one imagines I suppose that the amount your people spent in entertaining the Masonic Bar becue visitors would pretty nearly pity the bill I G D Lawson and Joe Walz spent Saturday and Sunday at their home in HawesvilleJ has sold his farm to Bud Harnesty Several from near here attended the school rally at Brandenburg last Thurs dayMr and Mrs J H Avitt spent Sun day at Oral Coomes1 If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use The Horses Prayer i To thee my master I offer my prayer Feed me water and care for me and when the days work is done provide me with shelter a clean dry bed and a still wide enough for me to lie down in com toilAlways he kind to me talk to me Your voice often metals as much to me as the reins Put me sometimes that I may serve you the more gladly and learn to love you Do not jje k the reins and do not whip me wheu going up hill Never strike beat or kick me whm I do not understand you Watch me and if I fail to o your bidding see if something is not wrong with my harness or feetDo not check me so that I cannot hive the free use ot my head If you insist that I wear blinders so that I cannot see behind me as it was intended I should I pray yoube careful that the blinders stand well out from my eyes Do not overload ne or hich me where water will drip on me Keep me well shod Examine my tettli when I do not eat I may have au ulcerated tooth and that you know is Very painful Do not tie my head in an unnatural position or take away my best defense against flies and ui cquitoes by cutting off my tailI cannot tell you when I am thirsty so give me clean cool water otten Save me by all means in your power from that fatal diseasethe glanders I can not tell you in words when I am sick so watch me that by signs you may know my condition Give me all pos sible shelter from the hot sun and put a blanket on me not when I am work ing but when I am standing still in the cold Never put s frosty bit in my mouth first warm it by holding it in your hands I try to carry you and your burdens without a murmur and wait patiently fur you long hours of the day or night Without the power to choose my shoes or path I sometimes fall on the hard pavements which I have often prayed might not be of wood hut of such a tint ure as to give me a safe and sure footing Remember that I must he ready at any moment to lose ny life in your serviceAnd finally 0 my master when user ful strength is gone do not turn me out to starve or freeze or sell me to some cruel owner to te slowly tortured or starved to death but do thou my master take my life in the kindest way and your God will reward you here and hereafter You will not consider me ir reverent if I ask thlsJn the name of Hint who was born in a stable Amen Our Dumb Animals Ont Definition Papa asked u little boy what Is a legal blank A legal blank Johnny replied his father is o lawyer who never gets a Chicago RecordiBerald b 1 r r Free Trip to Louisville Beginning next Tuesday October 11th and until further notice this store will rebate RAILROAD FARES on the R M A plan on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week A SPECIAL PRIVILEGEBooks can be rebated up to Thursday night of each week but 1 purchases must be made on Tuesday or Wednesday for the rebate This special privilege is granted for the purpose of allowing outoftown visitors time to go around and see what is to be seen in beautiful Louisville and the surrounding country Take- Advantage to the of JCityi at our this Rebate 9 Our Greatest Silk Sale 2 Begins Monday Oct 10th Unquestionably thfs is the greatest Silk Sale ever planed by this store and it is doubtful if there ever was a Silk Sale just like it And as silks seem likely to predominate this fall it be hooves every fashion follower to take advantage of these extraordinary inducements 50c Tussah Silk 50c Sedo Silk 87inch Tussah Silka Silk that is suitable for Shirt Sudo Chiffon Faille Silkun 18inch fabric u close 35shudcsl I Persian Sedo Silk Black Taffeta Silk Messaline Silk This Silk is h suitable for This Silk iisvery styli superior quality 19 Liberty Messaline Silk in every con waists dresses and trimmings 20 inches wide regular 59i quality ceivable shade suitable for both street inches wide regularI price Iecilllfolthi eveningI wear regular this stile i 3h29c 40Cnnc1 Toe value H5C45c 69c Liberty Satin 125 Satin Messaline 19inch Liberty Satin in a complete line of street and 30inches wide in all colors and in white cream and evening shades very appropriate for use under chiilbn black This is n splendid wearing quality and is very I l i i Cflnthisi l fiflnthisd 85c and 100 Silks 36Inch Black Taffeta This Silk is 27inch plain Satin Hep and 27inch Black Talleta Silk JJOinches wide medium rustic fin striped and check Taffeta regular price 85c and 100 Cish Very appropriate for dresses waists and I linings QP this sale a yard r 65 ulu 90c quality for nflic n MAIL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY THEY ARE RECEIVED m ROAD DRAINAGE Necessity of Replacing Plank Culvert With Proper Pipes Koiinsylvnnlns Mt lIt highway com missioner vivos tit following advice oa the question of road drainage Where water must be diverted from one side to the other of a road It should be carried beneath the surface by means of pipes or culverts of ca parity adequate to carry the maximum amount of water which ever will de mand passage Pipes of suitable ma tonal when properly laid cost little or nothing to maintain beyond an oc casional cleaning out Water breaks require constant attention and are fre quently Inadequate to prevent the floodwater from overflowing down the sur face of the road They are also seri OUR obstacles to travel Increasing very materially the steepness of the hula where they are used and making nec essary the Ihauling of proportionately s loadsfln of the townships In which any attempt Is made to carry water across below instead of above the road surface It is done by means of plnuk culverts usually constructed In the most primitive manner while the large water courses are spanned by structures consisting in part If not wholly of wood In some Instances stone has been used in a very com mendable manner but it is found that many of the bridges culverts and drains which have been built of stone have been laid up In an inefficient manner which baa 1led in a few years to tbs nocetwlty ot expensive repairs Igor the smaller culverts and drain In which smoothness of Interior surfnto Is desirable four kinds of pipe un available ltriflcd clay cast Iron corrugated Iron and concrete The use of wood for such purposes Is to be dis couraged and all existing plank cul vents should be replaced by sonic oth er material as rapidly as practicable Vitrified cloy pipes tie notch cheap er than Irou but unless very carefully protected ore very liable to breakage Except In rare cases this material Is not recommended by the department To Show Their Work The 0 U1I Newall company of Bir mingham Ala has hen given per mission by the boned of revenue of that comity to build at Its own expense a mile of Improved road between the villages of Powderly mid Bessemer Tho road is to be completed before the meeting of the Alabama good roads convention meets In the fall It IIs un derstood that the company is taking tills action to bring to the attention of the flood tones association the road machinery which It manufactures Ctellfllron Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTORIAt NOTICE When sending a news item to this of flee please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for aH the news Telephone us your locals ami items o- fiaterestEditorl t 9 n DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND I O Henry Was a Shade Smarter Than the Magazine Man A friend of tin lUll O Hairy writes of him Ho was reckless In spending motley und frequently nave elevator boys grid bellboys tlve and ton dollar notes But hi wasnt easy despite his financial repmllcssness tile friends recently narrated an In cident showing iIgo minis shrewdness A magazine noted fur slow pay they sold contracted with tutu for a three part story for which he wins to receive 1500 He got clll advance before starting to work and when he turned in the second Installment none of It had been printed yeti1 I got ji 500 more and asked for the third 500 us an advance before finishing the tale The editor In an effort to save mon ey apparently declared that titter all the story didnt appear to be worth more titan 1000thls when ho had the two Installments in lily olllcc II All right said O Henry 1 wont write the third one then And ho didnt HP laughed at the eldtor Well then said the Matter Ill run the two parts and then let our readers have a guessing contest as to how the story ends nnd put up perhaps a 500 prize to the winner For a moment the author thought ho was outwitted Then he said Go ahead and Ill win the prize no in tended to win It tooBoston Herald Joys of The Press 15 cents the copy News Office w L H1 JJI Gorsuch k Auctioneer Graduate from The National Auctioneering School of A monca 13 years public sale ox perience 2 years Union Stock Yard experience Try Me on Your Sale Irvington Ky 1 have a number of fresh Jerseyheifers Try ItjsI rrr I n 7ir Gi i II L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BADBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES K tlCLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 5 1910 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance F r CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advanceExamine f the label on your paper If it is not correct please 5notifyus- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give i their old as well as their new address Democratic Ticket For Appellate Judge x WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON 1 OUR JVEW PdJISOJV- Wo1 do not know the Rev Mr Lewis who has been appointed to take charge of the Cloverport Methodist pastorate that has been so conscientiously served by Rev German P Dillon during the last year However from the remarks made by the young women of the church Monday night wo think he must be unattached One of the girls said that she felt her religion coming on another declared that torthe Board of Stewarts another has suddenly become ambitious to be president of the Missionary Society and another to lead the church choir though her voice is a weak alto A meek little maid wished t with all her heart that Rev Lewis is as ugly as homemade sin so she would not be tempted by Cupid for ever since she was sprinkled she has hada fear of marrying a Methodist parson Even the widows are lifting their veils Monday one was bravo enough to confess that she really had an intuition that this preacher was her consoling friend Just watch the girls run to the Kicking Pest next Sunday It will be hard on hobble skirts Seriously laying aside all jokes about our new preacher for he might be engagedwe trust that he will have courage and backbone enough to take up the good work that Rev Mr Dillon tins just be gun in the church here Mr Dillon inaugurated the real true and best system of raising funds for the church which if it had been practiced by all the members as well as it was by some would have st1inhe gave us we extend to him and Mrs Dillon wishes the very best that we can make There is a lot of improvement going an down at the shops They are as busy as bees getting ready for winter quarters and making it comfortable for the men to work during the cold bleak days of winter President Irwin has a kindly feeling for his men and ho wants to make their surroundings as pleasant as possible After the 15th of this month all the section men on the road will bo paid weekly in cash doing away with tho old system of having the men wait a month or more for their pay This is an innovation in the matter of paying railroad men MrI Irwin said he wants to get all of his men paid by tho 10th of every month and is working to this end as fast as ho can One hundred thousand dollars worth of ties and a million and a half feet of timber is just two items of the Henderson Routes pur 1chases this year Nearly all of tho ties and seventylive per cent of the timber was purchased right here in Ureckenridge county When you take into consideration that eighty per cent of the employes on this road pro from this county also it is safe to say that the railroad pays more money to the county than it gets out of it you can un derstand then that the railroad is the best friend Cloverport and Breckenridge county ever had Gather and burn the rubbish Farm Journal Col Bert Cunningham one of the best and most successful farmers in this county says he never burns a thing on his place All tho waste leaves and grass ho puts in his compost pile and all the rub bish and brush ho throws in the gullies and qn all the thin places to gather moister and give the grass a chance to grow He turns back everything to the soil that he can Never burn is his motto The 12th day of this month will bo a general holiday in Ken j tucky being the anniversary of the discovery of America by Chris topher Columbus Not many of us remember Christopher or what he had to do with opening up the soil of this old Commonwealth but we are most always ready to celebrate There are seven or eight farmers with their families in the Lodi burg neighborhood planning to go to California They will find when they get thero that all is not gold that glitters They will also find that they have loft the best State and tho best county in the Union 1 They say now isa good time to select seed corn Go into thot field pick out all tho best stalks tie a string around them and let Itrpays todo this Good seed is the foundation for a good crop partyinBy means wo can help to swell the majority for our candidate for Con gross and also for Judge of the Court of Appeals f In every crowd wo go into wo find Bon Johnson leading by aJlargo majority for Congress and for the Democratic nomination for Governor No man in tho public eye stands higher in Breckenridgo county than docs Mr Johnson t Tho negroes in Louisville have declared publicly that they will ikfiztot support the Republican ticket there this year This soundsmore a scheme to get money than anything else Very few nogroes iis in this State vote the Democratic ticket 1t1 J A cow in Missouri has given 21098 pounds of milk in eight months and none day record way 1102 pounds This cow is training for tho worlds championship Tho best crops of tobacco in this county are tho two and three acre crops Three acres well cultivated will bring as much as six acres half way worked The Democrats have n thorough organization in the State this year and there will bo a sweep for the ticket in many Congressional districts In our garden wo are turning under all tho weeds and grass and sowing it in rye to turn under next spring for potatoes and early corn Ben Johnson is a helpful man unda helpful mah is a safe man any where you place him MMHMMHM B HMi Work on tho bridge is progressing nicely With good weather it will soon bo completed IRVINGTON The Newest Personal Notes And Happenings Of Interest Presbyterian Church ids New Organ Miss Claire Jolly returned home Sat urday from Mt Vernon Ill accom panied by her grandmother Mrs Nannie Williams who will be the guest of her daughter Mrs Lydia A Jolly for several weeks Mrs Lucy Richardson who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Blanford for a week left for Vine Grove Thurs dayMr and Mrs J T Woolridge of Paducah came Wednesday night for a visit to Miss Jessie Brady at her home on Church ave G T Marshall will return today from a business trip to Hodgensville- Mr and Mrs William Cornwall left last week for Indiana where they will visit for ten days Miss Ellen Munford left for Louisville where she will visit her cousin Miss May Tydfngs Miss Jessie Brady left Monday for Fordsville to attend theGainesHaynes wedding which will t keplace Wednes dayMr and Mrs R W Elliott of Owensboro spent two days of last week at the Lyon House Mrs T N McGlothlan who has been spending a few days the guest of her sister Mrs Adam Anspach in Rome Ind has returned home Mr Haynes Trent is improving the interior of his store by putting large show windows in the front Mrs S P Parks who has been visit ing relatives and friends in Brandenburg for several days has returned home Miss Mary Storm after being the guest of Miss Bessie Bently for a stay of a week left for Owensboro Friday for a breif visit before returning to her home in Henderson- Dr Spiral of Chenault Ky was tle guest of Mr and Mrs Taylor Dowell last week D C Heron spent all of last week In Lexington on a business trip Miss Jessie Brady entertained ft cards Thursday evening in honor of her guests Mr and Mrs J T Woolridge of Paducah Mrs Mary Heston of Hardinsbury is visiting her daughter Mrs J C PayneMrs Lydia Bandy is expected home the first of next week from Louisville where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Tom Dowell- J T Waller of Hopkinsville was the guest of friends In town this week Miss Julia Greenwood left Saturday for Cloverport to spend several days with Mrs Kate Carter and other friends Miss Ida White of Narrows Kentucky came Friday to be the guest of Misses Mary and Anna Crahan- F H McGehee and daughter Miss Nannie who have been the guests oft Mr and Mrs Chris McGehee at Long Branch returned Saturday Mrs C L Chamberlain returned last week from Louisville where she visited I her sister Mrs Ed Montgomery for ew days aII Miss Willa Drury and Mr James Younger of Cloverport went to L ou isville Saturday to see The Awaken ing of Helena Richie at Macauleys Mr and Mrs Sam Dowell were hosts at an informal dinner party Sunday in honor of their daughter Mrs Lonnie Dowells birthday Covers were laid twelveMiss I Hale and Miss Matheney If Louisville spent Sunday in Clover port Bro Montgomeryof Louisville filled the pulpit both morning and evening at the resbyterian church in the absence of they pastor Rev R F AdairMrs Sue Simmons of Brandenburg the guest of her sister Mrs Henry Neafus this wekI t tt a Quite a number of young people were delightfully entertained by Miss Claire Jolly Monday evening in her apartments on Main street Miss L B McGlothlan is expected home this week from Louisville W J Piggott returned Saturday from Russellville where he attended ConferenceC of West Point spent Saturday in town The Cumberland Presbyterians have just placed In their new church a hand some organ Mr and MrsJJ R Wimp gave a dinner party Saturday evening at their beautiful country home for Miss Eve lyn Herndon and Mr Jno Walker Covers were laid for eight E F Alexander spent Tuesday in Louisville on business Mrs E R Turner of Louisville is spending the week as the guest of her sister Mrs Mary Cornwall If the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes Th fits of sneezing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will be stopped when the causes that produce it are removed Cleanliness comfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bras 50 I Warren Street New York I If the best is not to goo or yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use II S 0 25Round Trip t- oLouisville Via L H st L Ry Sunday October 9 1910 Train Leaves Cloverport at 709 a m Arriving Louisville at 1000 a m Returning Leaves Louisville at 925 p m == ==Last chance to visit the Metropolis at Popular Excursion Fares TICKETS GOOD ON SPECIAL TRAIN ONLY BIG SPRING News Items and Personals of In terest to Those Away From Home Miss Louise Moorman of Qlondeane spent last week with her aunts Mrs Strother and Mrs C D Hardaway Mrs T C Williams and children after a weeks visit with Mrs J H Meador has eturned to West Point Gabe Meador is in Ellzabethtown assisting Mr Tabb in his stoic Mrs Mary Goodin of San Francisco Cal is with her daughter Mrs Tom NicholsC Morris has resigned his po sition with Paul Jones Co on account of bud health- C H Moorman of Louisville spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Hynes Mr and Mrs Sam Bushand son Herbert left Monday for Fairfax Mo to spend the winter with their sons Henry and Frank Charlie Craycroft arid pupils will give a pie supper the 8th All will be welcome Come girls and bring a pie Rev and Mrs King attended con ference at Russellville last week We hope to have them returned Martin Craycroft while wrestling with a friend last Wednesday was thrown and caused a blood slot on the brainMrs Achilles Moorman spent last week with her son Raymond in Lou isville Mr Russell of Louisville spent Sat urday and Sunday with Miss Edna DowellMisses Pattie and Ermine Cox left last week for a visit to Auburn and ElktonIf best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use Mr Storms Succeeding G F Storms spent nearly all of last week in Cannelton Tell City and Hawesville working insurance for the Prudential Company Mr Storms is establishing a good business He is reliable and means what he saysa man you can depend on to handle your money right If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use q1IE QlcI1 r 10 liQI i0OE0 Q0 lilt IIID aA Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can findno safer not bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANK m CLOVERPORT payingyoutbillsthanI 0OPENAN ACCOUNT WITH US Qfj1lJJEJ I QaQ011 IIQII 10 2JQIE QOiIc JIQjI Q1c1Q1 r 10 110 IIQIE rL 0IIIl JIQ Some Coal is Like Paper 7 u U n It catches fire quickly and burns more n lUo tual heat Spine coal is like rock it will 0- Ihardly catch fire at allS II 0 One Coal is The Happy Medium THATS OURSS I It Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Heat JOJ o Jas M Leis0 Is agent for r II u THE HAPPY MEDIUM Q- U o j o Order Winter Supply Now JSSf J 000 I 10II 0 0 c0 M Ii 0- o L J r a t- H Q s J a f IrA ReliabaaRemedysir CATARRH1 oHc wcI oIsGives Rollel at Once = It demises soothes b1mc PJ1tjf tho mcra Y brane resulting from Catarrh and drives ti awny aCold in tho Head quickly Restores tho Senses of Tiiste and Smell Full size LiquidfeV Ely Brothers CO Warren Street Now York fi1She Breckenridge Newsc v WEDNESDAY OCT 5 1910 j RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I For Precinct and city Offices 250 7 For County Offices 5 00 For State and District Offices41500 LrForCal1s per line 10 For Curds per line 10 For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 ii THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN C ADVERTISING BY THE I l GENERAL OFFICES t ZW YORK AND CHICAGO i MCH5 IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES kkisi kieislr i i k7t litla Sslf SSililiati ILocal Laconics i Nit lit lA1I11ASISt717171S1 AkStAAStStAita- Mr Houston is ill at the Cloverpon J V Hotel itGirls get busy and win this fine fid H piano IfMrs H L Stader will return homer next week fiPUss Fronnle Dean is visiting In- i Owensboro Mrs Mattie Collins is visiting in I OwensboroThos of Chambers has been visiting here Orville Perkins was here from Louisville Sunday i 1Mr and Mrs Bowmer went to Hawes M ville Saturday i Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven was in Lou visville last week J7 Miss Mayme DeHaven went to Lou- isvilleiiff i l i Monday Miss Laura Hale was here Sunday t from Irvington iF Buy your shoes at Sippets and get 3 piano certificates 1HMiss Theodusia Matheney was hcme q from Louisville Sunday r John Jarboe was in Owensboro Su- n1fday the guest of friends t Colin S Miller has been visiting at f his home in Owensboro W J Deickman of Stephensport f was here on business last week Piano certificates given with every cash purchase at the Shoe Store Adams Cooper spent Sunday in Irvi- ngton the guest of Miss Nell Smith Miss Dee Basham has gone to Monti cello to teach in the graded schools t e Mr and Mrs John Jarboe of Hard J insburg left last week for Evansville tr To AllRemember all groceries haver t gone down but coffee Julian Brown F Special 30 days big tcut on wall paper f Why pay two prices for hanging when 1we do it for oneEdward Gregory C Sops Miss Nannie Hardin of Lodlburg iIs visiting Miss Mary Jolly Gibson at HoltDr John Kincheloe who has been 111 at his home in Hardinsburg fs conval escent Miss Evelyn Hicks has d large and complete line of speciall millinery modelsHarness and harness leather and 111 kinds of supplies for harness atV G Babbages Sam Conrad has put down a concrete pavement in front of his residence on Center street Mrs Harry Hills and children of Richmond are visiting her mother Mrs Mary Oelze The McDaniels baseball team was de feated by Hardinsburg Saturday by ia score of 17 to 3 Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro has been at the Seelbach several days Courier Journal Joe M Fitch and Charles May are iin Shelbyville this week attending Kentucky Grand Lodge Ida Hall drew the two dollars and fifty cent gold Ipiecei on shoes last weel at Julian Browns- If you want the best wheat fertilize in the state call and buy the Evansville goods Julian Brown Misses Margaret and Edith Bun have gone to Springfield Ill to visi their aunt Mrs Robert Walls Mr and Mrs James P Beard left Hardinsburg yesterday for Catlettsburj where they will make their home Attorney V G Babbage will be in attendance at Circuit Court at Hardins berg which begins next Monday Virgil Roberts of Weatherford Tex as was in Hardinsburg visiting his brother Heber Roberts last week The MattlnglyDorst wedding tool place yesterday morning at the Cath olic church Father Brey officiated Mrs Rodgers and Mrs Graham Poll went to Hawesville last week to attenc a birthday dinner of their sister Miss Rose Polk Mrs Mary McCrucken is quite ill at the Satterfield home She has ninny friends who are distressed to learn ol her suffering Old Mirrors made good as new new mirrors made any size Picture frames made to fit any picture Edward Gre gory Sons Mrs James Lodgson and children Willa Lewis and Lena of Evansville have returned home after a visit to Mrs Robt Mattingly This notice will not appear any more I will sell you this week the Best flour at five dollars per barrel and mixed feed at 110 per hundred Julian Brown Mr and Mrs George Crist and child ren and Miss Grace Puuley left Satur day for New Orleans and Jackson Miss to visit Mr and Mrs Ernest Carson Mrs James Cordrey sold a French model hat last week for the neat sum of twentyfive dollars She can fur nish others from this class down to any price you choose to pay Wanted A young man who Is not afraid of work to work in a store Ap ply by letterl only stating experience reference and salary wantedEd Alexrander Irvington Ky Miss Florence Allen Fairleigh of Louisville has returned to the Univer sity of Chicago for her second years work Miss Fairleigh is taking a teach ers course and Is very enthusiastic over it Have you seen our Tiffany Room The Normandy Annabelle and Queen Margarette Our own designing and original hanging They made big hits this sensors Edward Gregory Song Press Djy at tile Appalachian Exposition The News received an invitation last week to the Appalachian Exposition at Knoxville Tenn The exposition 1 Is now in full swing and Increasing 1 In daytJit t throughOc1ober Extended Thirty Days L H St L IL R Co vs Greg orys administrator appellant filed motion for thirty days extension to brief motion submitted Visiting At Solbrigs Mrs Edith Anderson and Mr Rufus Shreive of Louisville and Miss Nannli Elder of Dexter Ind formed a house party at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Solbrig last week Miss Elder will be here for n visit of several days Miss Tate Here Miss Ethel Tate arrived here last Monday night front Chicago to spend a month with her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Tate Miss Tate has had a successful business career in Chicago Always Prompt Joe Lalleist came in the News office Monday morning and renewed his sub scription to the paper for the thirty fifth year Mr LaHeist is one of the most enthusiastic readers of the News I He always wants his paper as soon as It comes from the press and is always just as quick to pay for it youLewisportought to use Proving His Authority There was an Irish foreman of a gang of laborers who went to any lengths to show his men that he was the real boss One morning this fore man found that his gang had put a handcar on tho track without his orders Who put that hancarrr on the thrack i he asked Wo did sort one of the men answered respectfully Well he said shortly take It off ngin The laborers did so with some dim cultyNow said the foreman put It on ogln Great Scheme What do you do asked the one who had been married only a few mouths when your husband comes homo late at night I pretend not to notice that Its late and pretty soon he asks me If I wouldnt like to go to the theater or somewhere tomorrow afternoon Startling Encouragement- Was Amelias father encouraging when you went to him to ask him for her 1 handNot er He asked me to put the proposal In writing so 1 couldnt back out as all the others did Musical Note First Young Thing during the so nntnI1 Just love Brahms dont you Pocond Young JhhlJ What are hmsMvisloal Courier Necessity my friend is the mother- f mirage as of Invention Sir Wat er Scott + o+ I I arvL tsI1 1 + + For SaleSaw Mill ONE 10 horsepower traction saw mill com 111e running cattle near Stephens goodbnstaesscontructs over to purchaser Good reason StephensporLiy For SaleStock Hogs FOIL SALE=0 hens of loland Chhut stock poundCIIAS Tur Springs I1 O Address Cloverport Ky For Sale Phaeton FOR SALECbeup a Spider Ihulton In soll1ngHlnklo Cloveruort Ky For SaleFartp- 011 SALElfl1rm of l00llcrcs near turnedSCO yards of depot Good dwelling wall and cistern lino orchard good land For further Information write or call on W O Iaynu turned Ky Wanted Young Man WANTIUA young ma who IsllIot afraid byletteronyences and amount of salary wanted Ed P Alexaner Irvington K For RentFarm- pelt KENT A very desirable farm of IISO with a pood dwelling house and un necessary outbuildings It Is located 4V mil cuatovo Stephen ort on tho rl vcr and tin land Is In a very Rood state of cultivation For terms etc write to MM W Lowr vimltb Ixiwlsport Ky For Sale Groceries and Confectioneries FOIL 8ALEMy entire stock of Groceries Confectioneries and store room tut rent C Ac U Slppul Clovurport Iy For SaleMachinery COK SALE at very low prices one 10 horse 1 power UaarScott Traction engine ono J7 horsepower Frick Traction engine oat McCormick Corn Shredder one saw rig ono 10 horsepower Springfield traction engine ono 40 horsepower Stationary engine Ad dres or call on Ilawcsvllle lluband Mfg Co Hawesvllle Ky For SaleScholarship SALEScholarshlp In the Howling Green University good In any do art meat of that UIIIerslty reckeDrldJo Yaws Cloverport Ky For Sale Bank Stock FOR SALRHlx shares First State Hank Irvington Ky Fletcher Ulan ford Lebanon Ky For Sale Seed Rye FOR BALESeed Itye at 00 cents bushel on cars at Holt Iy Julius Putsclilo For SaleGood Farm KSALEOood farm 112 acres 1 4 miles of Webster Good dwelling and ou houses Now Is your appllrl unity to get a good farm cheap My reason for selling um going West Will sell farm and crop all 10 g ther Have seven acres good Ilurluy to bacco Come and see ml o you wont a bur ann L O Slmmonr Webster Iy r III Eyes Tested Frames Fitted Glasses Guaranteed I Watchesff Clocks and- Jevelry Repaired Severs Drug Co JL 4 Subscribe today that that its All the newest shades in all lined and all hoods it will pay you to seo mo you buy as I can save you money All the new things for fall you will find at my place I handle the celebrated Star of made in St and every pair is solid leather no E3I 0 0 tOI I 0 This week we are on = Q o SHOESQWe lot to select from Will do you to see the- o Ladies Line p and the upto- dateMens n nUn j C NOLTE ro E1CLOVERPORTJ KY jj- QO IIt 101 1111 II E FATTENS I and Cotton Seed IIulls Write tileSEED MEALI I for prices before WILLIAM A BURNETT Siock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 I Mr Smith Here lhos W Smith of Stephensport was In the News olllce Thursday and had a deal of uptodate attractive job printing made in tho way of busi ness cards letter heads and envelopes Mr Smith is a successful wideawake dealer in all kinds of timber and be sides has a livery and feed stable at Stephensport Louisville flarket Report Louisville Oct 4 11010 Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry white ii- 5OatsNo2 mixed new 34 I Eggs Market steady case count 22 candled 2324 I 12 per Ib roosters 7c young chickens 15 ducks 12c turkeys 15c I Calves Mm ket bust 800 t 8 50 nifdmtH 600 725 common frlSO L 600 Lambs Market qui t The best x50500culIsUog4 Receipts 2828 the in iket opeiiul slow good hogs were higher while pigs were dull and lower stieetul 2201 s nod up 8 H0120 to e20 lbs 900 90 his to 1211 1 H SOO 850 light pins 850 down roughs 300 down The pens were well cleared market closed quiet Mr Pate Treats the E L Pate brought the News a large basket full of line apples last Tuesday The editor certainly appreciated this treat and wishes him great success in return iAMan Should Judge the Effect Each Suit He Buys I satisfy himself the his personality assortment carefully highest formviz Clothes Ladies Coat Suits Mens and Boys Hats Shoes guaranteed harping good 01J BRO Q00THE FEED THAT HlgbCOTTON U96cCornNo2 IPoultryHens of aresuitable assortment Kirschbaum haijdtailored oil vamps Ask to see shoo stronger than best work shoo Dress Goods OCmaI i Mens Clothing I now have my new of Clothing in all styles at prices that suit your pocket not to see my before you buy as I have most complete lino of ing in county Ask to see the IIundTailored lino of Kirschbaum Clothes from 1250 to 1750 Henderson Notes 275 front Cloverport to Henderson and return Oct 1 1th to 15th inclusive Return limit Oct Acct Hender son Pair Cloverport to Louisville and re turn Oct 24th Also Oct 6 S 13 ISand 22ud Return limit 3 days after date of sale ruse Oct 10 and IllthI re turn limit Oct Acct Fall race meeting round rates Tourist 1nres on shleJune let to Sept 30 inclusive i returning not later than Oct 31st I Humcseekeis rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays S8 10 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept 24 1010 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight of Sept JIO 1010 Also 720 for the round trip on Aug 01 Sept 7 14 and 21 1910 goOd to return reaching Clo within 1 days date of saleLow ono wny rates to California Aug 25 to Sept 0 inclusive and Oct 1st to IS mi1 Inclusive 155 Cloverport to Owensboro and return Oct 4 to 8th inclusive Good to return Oct 9th For the Best results News Want Ads t J E should before buys clothes he fancies to H only way he can do that is to have a wide of styles and fabrics to choose from and select Now we can offer in and best colors silk before Brand Shoes Louis Q10 buying Bourbon steady News cut the tho lawtho made fall stock the new will Do fail line the Cloth the Price Route 17th County 500 limit 17th Low trip Sumner verport from try he The the best that can be made and all wool Ladies Hats Ready to Wear 1 have a nice assortment of ladies readyto wear hats at popular prices Big Line of Dry Goods Underwear Hosiery and everything kept in Il first class stole you will find hero now at the lowest prices possible for good merchandise You are cordially invited to caR and in spect my stock and get my prices before making your fall purchases Ed F Alexander Irvington Ky pa i w f 0 aw U j HERES A GOOD CHILD STORY One Which Comes Front the Family of a Boston Educator and Has Unusual Originality Perhaps the most startling child story extant however comes from tho family of a famous Boston educator whoso children all are distinguished by an unusual degree of originality Several boys and girls of various ages bavo been adopted Into this family so tho sudden appearance of new and woll grown associates seems to the younger members quite natural This rather unusual attitude toward family growth worked out oddly1 a year or two ago upon the occasion of tho Christmas play which tho little ones annually write rehearse and produce quite without adult assistance for their parents Tho plot of tho play included tho financial redemption of a highly wor thy couplethis being an extremely cultured and sociologically learned yet natural group of youngsters by tho good luck of the husband played by an eager urchin of seven In the gold fields of Alaska The happy bridegroom returned to his weeping bride of a year in the nick of time bearing with him a huge and heavy bag of gold The bride in a neat speech revealed to him the poverty stricken hungry straits to which she bad been reduced and warmly commended his skill and Industry In gold finding Then rising with a proud and modest air she gently Informed him And I meanwhile have not been Idleand drawing a convent ent curtain disclosed an assorted group of laughing boys and girls as Our children dear The audience not unnaturally rocked with helpless laughter but those dear little lads and lasses still are wondering why I VALUE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS j How One Small Boy Was Cured of Destructive Propensities by a Lasting Lesson E Small boys aro very apt to fall to recognize tho value of others prop erty My small son in company with n playmate in a game used the lights In a neighbors henhouse for a target The owner of the damaged property visited both homos where tho culprits hid In dismay and collected damages Here was a valuable opportunity for a lasting lesson I called my boy to me and we talked the matter over be having full chance to explain his side of the case Then the mischief I he had wrought and tho reputation It might give him were gravely dls cussed I He voluntarily offered to refund thQ amount of his part of the damage out of his small savings until full restitution was made This was finally agreed upon and here came the hard part for the boy His pocket money allowance was 25 cents a week which was fre quently reduced by fines for ill tent per or other sundry breaches of eti quette or duty It took him seven weeks to got out of debt I When the last cent was paid heii gave a sigh of relief and said There Ill never destroy anything again as long as I live Harpers Bazar l1 l1HisOpportunity 3 3You nover saw a man more do lighted than Fluttorby Is Whats the cause Hes going to get a public hearing for his poems at last In print t Not exactly Hes been sued fur breach of promise and all his pee us are to bo read in open court EgDOCTOR ADVISED OPERATION4 Cured byLydia13Pinkliams Vegetable Compound Galena KansA year ago last March I fell and a few days after there was soreness in my right side I itInot sleep it kept growing larger and by fail it was as eggIbed without a hot appliedtoone of the best doc tors in Kansas and he told my husband that would have to be operated on as it was something like a tumor caused by a rupture I wrote to you for advice and you told me not LydiaE mykiB R IIUEY 713 Mineral Ave Galena KaneLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com- poundw mado from roots and herbs hac proved to bo tho most successful remedy for curing the worst forms of displacementsInflammaton I laritics periodic pains backache bear Indigestionbut a trifle to try it and the result 1ham been worth millions to many Buffering womenIi Ifyou want special vicewrite toMrsPinklmraLynnMasB 4 It i6 free and always helpful r d iiT LL n I IA MAGIC CLUB Curious Decoy Used by the Nathr Fishermen of Hawaii Ii Lou melomclo Is the name of a de coy used by the native fishermen of j Hawaii It is made of the I wood to be found on the Islands and IsI carved and rubbed till It assumes tit t shape of a club with a little knob a t the smaller end to which the line 1 I tiedThe club Is from one to three fee long A village sorcerer performs cer tale rites over It over a sacred fire After this Is done the club Is magic and the fisherman must be extremely careful of It If a woman should stepI over It or enter a canoe In which It lies the club would lose all Its power nndI would be useless ever afterward After the club tins been charmed thoI fisherman mixes candlenut end cocoa nut meat bakes It and tics the mix ture In a wrapper of cocoanut fiber At the fishing grounds the club 1 Is covered with tthe oily Juice of the and Is thou lowered carefully tostulrII bottom The scent of the baked t meat attracts certain kinds of ORb which soon gather and begin to nibble at the club AH soon as enough fish are around the decoy a small bugi shaped net Is lowered very gently until Its mouth Is Just over the club The latter is then pulled up carefully and cunningly till It Is within the bag The fish are so eager for the stuff with which the club is covered that they I follow It into the net without fearII As soon as all the fish are in it a fisherman dives and closes the mouth of the net whereupon the rest haul It up quickly THE MIDDLE AGED MAN Finding Happiness In a Life That to Youth Is Irksome Younger people said the middle aged mans want variety They want to be always on the go Routine galls them They hute to have to do the same thing over and over and over again day titter day They vmit to go somewhere or do something different nil the time Older people are happiest In a life of routine most disturbed when variety is thrust upon them For myself I welcome my dully task endlessly repented and always the same I should be lost without it disturbed if It were changed A life of habit suits me best I like the old scenes familiar friendly surroundings I dont want to change Nor do I want much outside pleas ure In fact 1 think I should be best suited with none I like my groove It its me and I fit It 1 dont want change I Justt want to be left alone to work In my accustomed ways It Is In my groove that I nm most comfortable I like a life of labor and routineAnd could there come to one n greater blessing Nature and the cus toms of men enforce routine upon u whether we like It or not In youth this Irks us but In our maturer years in n lifo of routine In the undisturbed enjoyment of familiar labor we may find our greatest happiness New York Sun The One to Pay When she way Lady Randolph Churchill Mrs George Cornwallls West consented to electioneer for Mr AshmcadRurtlett In his first parlia mentary campaign Mr Ashmead Dartlett was married to the Baroness BurdettCoutts a very rich woman who was nearly forty years his senior Lady Randolph with her beauty and charms did splendid work for the can didateTo group of farmers she said one dayWont you promise me to vote for Mr AsbtneadRartlett My lady said a red faced farmer with a chuckle well all vote for him if every vote Ml be paid for with a kissThank you very much said Lady Randolph Your offer Is accepted Ill send for the Baroness Burdett Colitis at once Deserted Their Towns So late as the end of the seventeenth century the Inhabitants of Ceylon were In the habit of deserting their towns Their customs are described In the narrative of Captain Robert Knoz who for nineteen years from 1GGO to 1070 was a captive among them He speaks of several towns as lying desolate owing to the fact that their Inhabitants had forsaken them This they did If many of them fell sick and two or three died soon utter one another thinking that It was a visitation of the evil one Some of them camd back when they thought the evil spirits had departed A Queer Creature Queer that while the male seal is a bull and the female a cow their young 11Why11 J And why should the souls breeding J place bo styled a rookery- It looks us If this strange creature Is only a fish In common parlance while at sea On land or Ice bo Is classed 1 popularly with animals or bIrdsEx change 1 t Gratitude Kind Lady My poor man what J would you do with the money It I gave you a penny Tired Hobo Madam Id buy a picture postcard an write yer a note o thanks Cleveland Leader 1 I To live In heart we leave behind Iis- not to c11ecmpbelLl Sure Cure ell would like to guide suretcure for female troubles ewrites Mrs R E Mercer VasI have found no med icine equal to Cardul I abouttfour years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dui and now I never have the headache any more E53 Take CARDIJIT- he I Womans Tonic The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary Its not safe to trust to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardul for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible the scientific the rightway Try it ADAMS PEAK A Shrine Saared to Three Conflicting Religious Sects Throughout Asia holy places are almost as numerous as loaves ou a tree but In Ceylon In a mountain which enjoys the lunique distinction of being a very holy place to the devotees of Ithree absolutely distinct and conflict lug religious sects This Is Adams teak or Samanala According to Ithe Mohammedan be lIt Adam after the full was taken liy an angel1 to the top of Saiuanola itiul n panorama ot all the lib that Ilimit h sin should allllct mankind was spread out before him Ills foot left mi Impression on the solid rock tad his lenrs formed the lake from which pilgrims still drink The Buddhists rntileiul tint It was not Adam hut Miiildlin himself that made the foot print In tthe rock ttint being the Inst spot1 where he touched the earth before ascending lo heaven while the Iraliinlns we still another legend Alll however Hrahinlns Mnhatnmo ilnns inicl Chinese agree that Saumnala IIs n very holy place and to perform a pilgrimage to the spot is to the Budd slist what a visit to Mecca Is to a Mo liMiinnedan In mixed crowds the wor shapers come each pitying the Ignol rance of tthe other who Is so far from Ithe true way It require no little faith and some Imagination to trope In the depression In 1 the rock the likeness of a human footprint It IIs r Vi feet long by2a feet wide on the top of n hue howl der The natives however Insist that It Is the footprint of AtiulltIKiumett Caiupliell Hull In Cincinnati Commer vialI Tribune THE COTTON GIN Whitney Got the Idea From the Work of an Old Negro EH Whitney the inventor of the cot ton gin got the germ of his great Idea from seeing through the interstices of a but an old negro work u hand saw among the freshly picked cotton stored withinThe teeth of the saw tore tho lintI from the seed easily and quickly and young Whitney the was barely thir teen at the time realized at ouce that a machine working a number of simI lar saws simultaneously would revolutionize the cotton growing industry He said nothing to anybody but set to work building models and expert menting His difficulties were enorI mous for he not only had to make his own wheels cogs etc but he laid also first to forgo his own tools and even to manufacture the paint wherewith to color his many plans and drawings But be succeeded In the end and though the outbreak of war and other hindrances prevented the Invention from being actually placed upon the market until many years afterward the first complete cotton gin ever con strutted was built from those very models and plans and with scarcely a single alteration One Consolation I During the time be acted as United States consul In Glasgow Bret Hartc 1 occasionally indulged In a days sport with the gun and it was during one of shooting excursions that the hu llils met with an accident which j bavo disfigured him for the re1 I maunder of his life his face being badly cut through the recoil of an overloaded gun Fortunately the doc I tors skill prevented him from being I permanently markedII Writing about the occurrence to his friend T Edgar Pemberton who I quotes tbo letter in his Tribute to Bret Harts the novelist concludes his letter by telling of an amusing effort which was made to console him on ac I count of tbo accident 1 When the surgeon was stitching m j together be wrote the son of the bouse a boy of twelve came timidly to the door of my room t Tell Mr Bret Harte its all right lie wild He kllle4 UM hate J t h PiSJ 2WJEr r J f r YJ ColIl= 24IordersItention I Marion Weatherholt Secya u c x e fs w slka re rrey gis0LN tirrOstwt srl M s rfMAw EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank account WHY- Because Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else methodYourIt gives you a better standing with business men i Money in the bank strengthens your credit saveThisYour bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Hanging Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of ffardin burg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky c I aA pens v YoH BOWJIKR President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT Vicepresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 J5S 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 on Time DeposIts DIRECTORS A U Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmer JIno C JJarboe O T Skillman A R Fisher 1 MINIATURE GARDENS Tiny Lakes Trees and Houses In Di minutive Japanese Parks The Japanese have the art of dwarfs Ing trees to mere shrubs and of cult vating plants In n similar way Tbo people take great delight In their min iature gardens which require n special gardener to keep them down to desired limits A Japanese garden Ms generally about ten yards square and In this small space Ms found a park and demesne with lake summer houses temples ttrees all complete and III keeping with the dimensions availableOne garden shows n lake four feet long and full of goldfish On the border stands a pine tree exactly eighteen Inches high and fifty years old Beneath Its shade is n temple carved out of one piece of stone the size of a brick On n lofty crag of some two and a half feet stands a tine maple tree perfect in form and shape fifteen years old and twelve Inches high One household In Japan boasts of a complete garden contained In a shal low two dozen wine case Everything is complete down to the fish In tthe lake n sheet of water only a few Inch square and the footbridges over the water courses Tea houses there are and numerous trees of carious kinds each about six Inches In heights Old as the bills are these diminutive trees but full of vitality awl yet never growing blggerNew folk Press Impure blood runs you down makes you mi easy victim for organic diseases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the cause builds you up Missed the SqueakIt Some persons like one sort of shoe and some another but the kind which was desired by Pierre the French Ca nadian mill baud has never enjoyed a wide popularity Shoes for Sunday PIerre stated to the young man who advanced to meet him as be entered the salesroom of the big shoe factory lIe then sat heavily down on ono of the red plush seats and allowed the salesman to insert his feet in a pair of bright yellow shoes When they were fairly on Pierre stood moved his foqt this way and that took a few steps and shaking his head sat down againWhats the matter asked the clerk Do they hurt you Aro they too tight Pierre shook his headviolently She no tlghtbo said but also she no talk Shoes for Sunday must talk talk all the way up In church for to soun stylish see Youths Companion Advertising is the Keynote of success h r ZOIi1c r A Moles Nest Among common animals few have been less studied In their life history than the mole Mr Lionel E Adams says that under the fortress which the mole constructs above the surface of tho ground will always be found a series of tunnels running out beneath the adjacent field A curious feature almostt invariably found is a perpen diculnr run penetrating about a foot below till bottom of the nest and then turning upward to meet another run A mole Is never found In his nest al though it mays yet be warm from his body when opened Guided by smell and hearing a mole frequently locates the nest of a partridge or pheasant above his run and penetrating It from below eats Ithe eggs The adult mole is practically blind but there are cm bryonk Indications that the power of sight In the race has deteriorated Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTRIAA I Wlieu n JiipinitS servant Is relink dIII swilled says n Itraveler he must smile like u Cheshire eatsThe etlipieite In smiles In very misleading at first I often used to think that Taki my rikxua boy meant to be Impertinent when he Insisted on smiling when I was angry at him But when bo told me of the death of his little child with a burst of laughter I knew that this was only one of the curious details of etiquette In this topsy turvy land Doans Ointment cured me of tcenm that 1H1 annoyed me a long time The cure wis permanent Hon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor States tics Augusta Me A Useless Question They hove named the baby after Uncle Relshaezar nan Uncle Belsbazzar money Do you suppose they liked the name Pittsburg Post OVER 65 YEAR- SEXPRIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS cAnionsa7quickly certain our opinion tree agether an mmuplutlononYateaGtcntfrapatentariatentareeelYQlUI4I A11eAhandsomely culatlonof tetemMa J ayearnewedalersMOwes y ItYrahIaatea D c C yL Afry THE b LOUISVILLE Tifir IIMtII FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER I The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can get The Ell ImIne t ISIAND TH- ELouisville J Times BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 1 a The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of cor respondentsCovers J Kentucky field perfectlyCovers tho generalI news fieldcompletely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody ie Send Your Sts ripItion Right Awayr r to this paper otto1heLouisville Times S tJ =JFr k CARDS FOR TABLE I They Give Each Guest His Place it at the Board i I f VERY EFFECTIVE DESIGNS Suggestions For a Brides FarewellI Luncheon Pin Money May Be Made by Using Ones Skill In Making I Dainty Place Cards tDlnncr cards or place cards nro just I ns much n purl of the tPble decoratlous i nowncls as the llowera on the table i They c modern institutions but nn giver tho purpose admirably giving 1 i each guest his place in a delightful rwny and disposing of the diners ac cording to n prearranged plan of the tI hostess l r fThoI for little sketches place given cards are suggestionsI II HANGING BASKET DESIGN I traced through carbon paper upon t whlto cardboard and Inked In The f outlines are arranged so that tho do fsigns aro a continuation of tho card upon which you will write the name of each guest Any dotted lines Indl sale that tho cardboard should bo bent at that place Whoa the additional strip at the top is placed at the top a hanging card Is tho result to be suspended from the rim of a glass at the plate Colors need not be strictly true to nature the selection of shades depend- Ing largely upon tho color scheme of tho table decorations Tho daisy wreath Is quite effective when merely outlined in Ink with the F yellow centers and green bands turn Ing through This flower can be turn cd into n ragged robin with a few sfrokes of your brush dipped in blue paint or pink asters If you prefer For the farewell luncheon of a bride I a heart shaped card Is appropriate dec orated with a spray of lilies touching at one side The intervening PCP need not bo cut out for the white card = on the not noticeable Tho tablCClollS colored a pale n bells Just out with black and tinted yellow Igreen basket for the dinner ta I shown with the upper extension should be bent over and used TIlE DAISY VUEATH for the little shelf Yellow for the basket and any color for the flowers or a variety of pale shades If It suits youDo not forget the names of course But suppose that you do not give dinners or luncheons Well did It ever strike you of the facile brush that oth er people do And that pin money earned by filling orders Is Just as good as any other kind HAPPY RESULTS Have Made Many Cloverpor Residents Enthusiastic No wonder scores of Cloverport citl zens grow enthusiastic It is enough to make anyone happy to find relie after years of suffering Public statements like the following are but truth ful repr sentattdns of the dally work done In Cloverport by Doans Kfolne PillsGeorge F Megerle River street Cloverport Ky says For three monthslwas unable to do any work on account of my kidneys being disorder ed The passages of the kidney secre tions were painful and my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable tc wear my shoes There was a dull acne in thj small of my back which extend ed into my head and although I tried a number of remedies I was unable tc find relief Finally Doanls Kidney Pills came to my attention and L procured a supply I used them according to directions and In six weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble I at tribute my robust health today solely to the curative powers of Doans Kid ney Pills Igor sale by all dealers Price 0 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doaus and take uootherARSENIC POISONING The Torture That Ensues Before Death Brings Relief When a single dose of arsenic In suf Uclcnt quantity to be felt has been taken colicky pains bowel disorder iud perhaps nausea result In the course of un hour after a poisonous dose has been taken an Intense burn ing pain is felt In the esophagus and stomach This spreads to the entire interior portion of the lower part of the trunk A sense of constriction nt he throat and nn acrid metallic taste accompany the pain Then vomiting and relaxation of the bowels begin is the case progresses the symptoms ncreasc in Intensity Then conies n thirst that water will not allay although It apparently increases the stomach disturbance The victim groans and writhes Now he Implores tthe doctor to save him Then he begs to be killed and putout of pain The extremities become cy The pulse Is small feeble and fre liient nnd the breathing Is labored mbnrrassed and painful because of abdominal tenderness The surface of the body becomes dark and of that hlulsh color thnt medical men call cy- anosed Violent cramps add their tor tire exhaustion becomes collapse con ulslons or souls ensues and death ends the agony The torture lasts loinetlmes from tine to twenty hours In sonic caws these symptoms jiccur mt In a modified form and the doctor vlll apparently got the better of the lleonse The remission will be but for nI day or two Then the abdomen will iwell unit icy coldness will pervade tilt frame Shivering will become pro louiicod trembling then cramps con ulslons and death Chidren Cry FORFLETC- HERSCASTORIA Getting Even Howard When Dr Incision operat ud on me he nfl n pair ut surgical sets 801S In my anatomy Can 1 sue him for damages Lawyerletter just tend him a large bill for storage Life I rorrMe 11 r WEilWANTaYOUR r Eggs Chickens ITiirkeys Lambs Calves resides Tallow Beeswax TT7J3B or anything you have to sell in the way of produce l Our 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 i WE SELL Flour Feed and Ice D I Ask E H Slioilman R Co bankers and First State I I Irvington Ky about ustShip us your stuff and BnnkIfIf getting the best price tho market affords I A A DAsheraft BtO1x l 1I 1RVJNQTON KY Gr r In it THE EASIEST WAY Households Managed With Slight Expenditure of Physical Effort SIT DOWN TO YOUR WORK Society a Highly Organized Game For Catching HusbandsAn Interrupte Beach PartyCrocheted Spreads Re vived Fad Dear ElsaI am going to preach and tho sermon Is meant to do you a whole heap of good Wont you hllto It However youre going to get iit this time nnd tho text Is Tho Easiest Way It has nothing to do with tho piny which had such a successful run last winter and which some peopl found perfectly horrid and other considered a One object lesson Nc my easiest way has to do with house workLook about you my dear at house keepers and sec how few know how to take care of themselves Hov many women sit down to dry dishes How many sit down to peel potatoes How many sit down to beat eggs No one In flfty Of course there are some kinds ot work you cant do sitting down You can turn a bread mixer while you are sitting down but you cant kneai bread unless you stand up to It You cant do washing seated though you pan have a high chair and press off some small pieces on the Ironing board You have to stand while you are doing some kinds of cooking also you have to be on your feet while you are sweep Ing and dusting and making beds ant the like But how many women have had the wit to study out what work they can do while seated and then llvod up to then discoveries it would be awfully In tcrcstlng to make n canvass of the questionBut the most discouraging part about the Investigation would probably be that It would show how ew women have brains enough to run their own business at least expenditure of effort In proportion to tho result gainedNow dear of course Im not knock lug But think Itoerthls sitting down at wqrk question The Foxy Up to Date Girl To change the subject suddenly I was so disgusted by n remark made by a girl recently who being asked to meet n man flippantly inquired Bachelor widower or husband This very direct method was a new one to me but I reckon Im something of n back number for It seems quite the thing for the up to date girl to list men according to their eligibility for marriage There are girls who quite without realizing It always men thou Uv mans state as to matrimony when speaking of him I was taken In to dinner by Mr May n charming bachelor this type of girl remarks airily 1 golfed with Mr Gray In teresting Oh yes but hes married Ive had nn Invitation to motor with J1rlenks such a delightful young widower and rich they say Mr May may be a poet Mr Gray an Inventor MrI Jenks a wrecker of other mens fortunes on change but she ioesut know or care A girl of this type got n well de served rebuke front Mrs Van S the other day Mrs Van R hailed the girl to dinner anl mentioned thnt Mr Soandso was coming MyI dear slit drawled why did tou askl blmV You know I cant ninny iiI man of his ago Dont be nn Idiot retorted Mrs R Im not asking you to marry him inn Joes he want to carry you Im only asking you both to eat a veryI gooO Ironer Jlrls of this class have a wonderful propensity for seeing sentiment In ttho simplest attentions front a man Vhlch Is why the girl who Is out for n good time and can golf dance or flirt without n thought of anything further Is so refreshing to a man So lety may bo a highly organized game Tor catching husbands but men like gIrls who dont view iIt that way An Unexpected Interruption Dont you love a marshmallow roast 1C know you do especially on a moon light night on tho bench Wo had such a party at Belle Harbor recently und a dandy big blaze was started with seasoned driftwood that we had been saving for several days Each one ot tho party was given a long pointed stick on which to spike the mnrshranl lows and roast them In tho flames SYo wero all browning Our candles sInging merrily and Jollying when a man of tho vendetta type nplselessly ippronchcd and asked Dorothy if any ono had lost these holding up at the tame time perfectly new set of false teeth You can imagine the effect of such n tableau Elinor went off Into hysterics IJplen looked scared to d- eathElectric BittersSucceed When everything else foils In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH ROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter lAA W WWfN w W W1I 1JW IV NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE I But They DO Much IIThey help to rent and sellreal estate rent rooms secure positions find rood holpQio fact they sellwhat is not wanted and nod what is wanted you have a Small Business and Want More Business IIIf Try a Brcckenridgo News Want Ad fact that they arc helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would helpOyou I Write Call or TelephoneIIIf not convenient to leave your aJs at The News the cost and you can mail stamps or calljwhen convenientJ1JtWWllfl JIll AyoN JJ and the mnrslimnllows tumbled tnt the flames unheeded The Intruder all unconscious of the sensation ht rented mumbled on Id like to n store thorn to the owner Fhmll Dick grunted out 1 think shed ilia to hove thorn We nil roared anthill l broke the spell Speaking of teeth reminds tno of II story I honrd about Mr Ilockofollc and his Charity fund This billion ulro has requests for money and help from all over the world but the fut ulest appeal came recently from Gel many from nn old woman who aske for a set of false teeth ns hers wen getting very uncomfortable and sbe couldnt chew well with them Now Forced To Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to annthe climate But this is costlyyand not always sure Theres n better way Lt t Dr Kings New Discovery cure you III home It cured me of lung trout le1 writes V R Nelson of CnlamineArk when all else failed nnd I gained 1711s in weight Its surely the King of 1111 cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positive ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds Liv Grippe Asthma Croupall Throat Hud Lung troubles sOc and 100 Irtu bottle free at Severs Drug Co Defoe and Savings Banks Though Duncan of Duthwell was the founder of cur first savings bank the first suggestion came from Daniel Dc foe When lie found himself compelled to hide from the bailiffs In n snial Bristol lun tIC turned his enforced leisure and nnnnclnl failure to account by writing the Essay on Projects li deals with wings banks friendly so pieties Insurance academics and bank rnpts On Jill these subjects Defoo of fens from hs fertile brain suggest Ions that startle the reader by their modern ring On bnukriipts and savings Lwnks Defoo naturally wrote with feeling During his stay in Bristol he WHJ known as the Sunday gentleman owing to his natural unwillingness tu take the uir except on that day of tin week which deprived bailiffs of ttheli stingLondon Chronicle Uegulntestlie bowels promotes tn nil noel Movements cures cotiHiii D mns Rtigulels Ask your dnu giU fjr them 250 n box For Stained fingers With preserving days come stain lingers Have you ever tried uslnn weak solution of oxalic acid after pro paring berries or discoloring veM tables It is a quick stain remover As the acid is a poison hove theI hot tie labeled plainly crud Keep It away from the children Where stains are under the linger trolls wrap a hitl of absorbent cotton on the end of an orange stick and dip In the solution Im lesser stains lemon juice Is helpful than the ends of tine lingers Into Icilf n cut lemon Tomatoes will also remove stains especially tthose ofpni Ing potatoes or other slight dlscolora tlons A tomato Is a whltcner and poftens the bauds Its The Worlds Best No one huts ever made a solve oint 11 jut or balm to compare with Huckleii Arnica S lIve Its the one perfect healer off Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores JrnliU liens Ulcers Eczema Sal Rheum Igor Sore Eyes C III1 S res Chapped Hands or Sprains nflalllble for Piles Only 25atSPavers Drug Co ChiWron and Temper Children cannot be taught too young to control their temper Outbursts of rage soon become almost hysterical 1If mehccUetl and should be guarded igalnst in one would fear to become dependent on drugs or drink Hysterical outbursts pave the way for nil sorts of nervous disorders iometluics resulting In mental do iangement rho child who is permitted to klk Md scream with rngo may not only ruin his disposition for life but maj gIve himself a physical Injury that Will necessitate years of doctoring Acute hysteria Is a dreadful sight tad muy endanger life While It Is usually duo to nervous derangement or tho result of weakness from Illness it Is often caused by uncontrolled emo Lions Instead of laughing about your ihllda tantrums seek to overcome them before they have become u fixed habit that will bo untold misery to the child through life as well as a torment jo others p RURAL TELEPHONES 1 1Mr Farmer are you interested i If so ell Ion the m rnphmx mors rate l CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 1 TELEGRAPH COMPANY i ft n Incorporated CS T3 S 3ya a T r T r3r 3T1r379T3r3i u THE Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL 1 Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr p olThe most centrally located and onlytlratcmsshotcl In the city making aeerateO- nly one block from tho princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars puss tho door to all parts of tho city e- Everything neat ond clean r V LAND LAND LAND E best irivfsiiiiiMit DM earth Is the earth Itself uml the best earth to Irvest in TitIs till Great Iunhundlt of Toxiis Tlnsoll Is rich 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who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use IPRINCIPAL 1 l wet BUSINESS COLLEGE15ooaroaATc Secondand Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY- W RIGHT NOW + Is the time to subricribe for The Q C News and see what your friends aredoing 100 a year rWe Do All Kinds ofJoblPrinttng r v4- r r t Temporary Heat Quickly Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a perfect oil heater is of value P If you want to sleep with your win dowopen in winter you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater while you undress at night and then turn it off Apply a match t 4 in the morning when you get out of bed and you have heat while you dress Those who have to eat an early k breakfast before the stove is radiating heat can get immediate warmth from an oil heater and then turn it off The girl who practices on the piano in a cold room in the morning can have warmth from an oil heater while i she plays and then turn it off 4 The member of the family who has to walk the floor on a cold win ters night with a restless baby can get temporary heat with an oil heater and then turn it off The r ry IERFECTIOSMOKELESS Absolutely smokeless and odorless Is Invaluable In Its capacity of quickly giving heat Apply a match and it is Immediately at work It will burn for nine hours without refilling It is safe smokeless and odorless It has a damper top and a cool handle An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font It has an automaticlocking Home spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so that the wick can be cleaned in an instant qulCldrunscrewedmade built for service and yet light and ornamental Dtaltrt Evtryvhirt If not at years write for dtscriptii circular to he ntarttt agency of lilt y Standard Oil Company Incorporated J r i HARDINSBURG NEWS ITEMS R RCircuit Court Begins Monday UUSixtyfie Appearances On c r DocketChamberlain 1 vi f Case onSpecial Judge MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED fMrs 1L E Adklsson who spent tin i h summer here with friends and relatives has returned to Stephensport accom parried by her cousin Mrs Frank De a 1 HavenMrs Herbert Beard left last week HopkYri County Court Clerk Herbert Beard r was in Paducah Friday and Saturda f attending the annual meeting of tht KentuckyCit isMissLillian Beard after an illness of fever since August 12 is able to be againMrs D Beard is visiting her sister Mrs 1E B English of Owens boroMarriage1 licenses Willie Bashan Madcrla Roberts J Q Allen and 4and Dugan Herman Vertrees and i Strcbllng t At a meeting last week the Town Council decided upon the immediate r construction of onehalf mile more of concrete sidewalks With a mile and a half of firstclass concrete walk this tir autumn the county scat is making her paths straight and easy for the pedes ti f trianA literary society has been organized by the high school and eighth grade students Soon the friends of the i schoolwill be welcomed on Friday tf V1 ternoons at their exercisesv l andIn Claude Mercer were attending court at j Brandenburg last week t k J Q Allen and Miss LuIIe Dugan r both of Falls of Rough were married In the County Court Clerks otllco Thursday Dr E L Shepherd of ficlating The county jail is empty The last prisoner was discharged over a week agoCircuit Court begins next Monday with a goodly number of new cases on docket there being 05 appearances The railroad cases are the ones of greatest interest The suit of Engineer Charles Chamberlain who was hurt at Askins more than a year ago for 25000 damages is for the greatest amount It is not yet known what I special judge will be appointed by Got Willson Judge Chelf who is at Hot Springs will be unable to pre side If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour youI ought to use Sold by J H Gardner IMiltI Miller is preoaring to move to his farm in the Forks of Rough neigh borhood Rev N A Palmer of the Auti I Saloon League made excellent ad dresses to appreciative audiences here SundayThe colored people of Hardinsburg are busy raising 500 for the erection of a parsonage for their pastor They have about half the money raised Mr and Mrs G W Beard returned from Russellville Sunday Rev Willetts preaching day for Hardinsburg has been changed He will henceforth preach on the fourth Sundays On the third Monday in November before his first preaching on the fourth Sunday a series of meetings I churchIWalker are in Liuisville for a few days j Mr and Mrs H C Norton and child of Plainvllle Ind arrived last week to visit Mr and Mrs John D Beelerof Kirk and friends here j Father Norman of Louisville are rived Saturday to take charge of St Romuolds church I Joe Trent of Custer spent Sunday with friends in town i llS3tsnt1s= CrsGnlh Sn1 6JQG stm Pub1icSpeakingit 1 t o ID I 1 fi fl Q IiJudgea F Democratic candidate for Court of i Appeals andIIHTheHon Ben Johnson IDemocratic candidate for Congress f fviIIspeak at- HARDINSBURGr- y I 2 Monday October 10 4 1910 I The voters of Breckenridge County are cordially invited to attend fpTs t Miss Ella AM is visiting friends at Custer this week Miss Brown of Brandenburg is vis iting her sister Mrs Wlllett Hon Ben Johnson and Judge Settle will be here Monday the first day of court and will address the people Notice To The Tobacco Growers Tobacco growers of Brcckon ridge l am just from n county meeting held at Garliold by the F E C Uof A farmers of this county A largo crowd was pres ent and plenty to eat on the grounds AVo had as good a meeting as I ever attended Everything went off nicolnnd every one very attentive to business Wo have a county union and about fifteen locals in tho county that will pool two million pounds of Burley and red tobacco this year and voted for the nonunion tobacco growers to pool with us this year Now if you people will pool with us this time we will have the greatest victory in selling than over before Farmers wake up dont be contented with the be lief that tho leaders will carry you through but put your shoulders to tho wheel arid push for they can not do anything without your aidBrother farmers got busy Every farmer knows what dumping means It means to pull yourself down and tho union with you So it is to every farmers interest in the county to stand by one another You may have every induce ment to sell your tobacco butI keep an eye to business stick theI closer Dont got seared but stand firm Did you over think about everything you buy howI high it is and who makes it so high11rhy the mon who are interested in their own pocket Now arc the farmers going to sit down on a stool of do nothing and wait for those men to advance the price on what they raise IfIthey do they will be sitting there when Gabriel blows his trumpet 1 would like for some one from every school district in tho county to write to W 1 Gregory county secretary at Garfield and get blanks for pooling Dont wait i for some one to do the work for i you but do it yourself or youI Lan write mo at Kirk and I willII get them for you anti send them i to you Every one that sends for j pooling blanks will be furnished the prices made by the county union by asking for them when 1 for blankstending jj- I have just received a letter rom Mr Barnett State Score t ary Ho attended a meeting at Charlotte N C where twenty State organizations were repre lented So you see the farmers are up and doing tit o want ov sry farmer that has an interest nts heart for himself and family to S act with the Farmorss Union this year Remember W T Gregory youlrueksMilton Tate Kirk Ky iruner is Sued on Libel Charge Paducah Ky Sept 29As the re J ult of his refusal to grant a charter 1 o Lynn Grove State Bank and the attendant correspondence Secretary if State Ben L Bruner has been sued n the Calloway Circuit Court for s t110000 damages for alleged libel by J Rice of the Bank Construction nd Supply Company of Louisville Rico alleges that Bruner accused FARM FOR SALE of I am offering my farm ofd29 acres located in Storctts Bottom for sale This is a splendid barn plenty of water niceI ill I young orchard apples pears peaches well fenced close tohchurch school store rnilrondn station splendid land Rndel does not overflow For further information call on or write to me at Skill KyC P POLK r c fv I j Land Mules and Horses For Sale J I have 310 acres of land lying on the turnpike road 4 miles west of Hardinsburg and running north to the Stephensport road near New Bethel church Also another tract 100 acres more or less lying on the turnpike road 312 miles east of Cloverport near Hites Run church no improvements H some White Oak timber Also another tract 130 acres more or less lying one mile east of I Cloverport and near the turnpike road no improvements except small IIr W rea I cottage limits Also I will of TimberedII a IThis properly is offered for sale because the state of my health is such 9 faII cannot look after the same 8 No Ilien or liens on any of said property except State and county levy R for 1910 J I IHaveI 6 Head of Good Work Mules and 3 Head of Horses for Sale I For information desired write to I F maize Cloverport yIIr j fcArII him in lletters to prominent people of I Calloway county of padding and forging and other violations of the State banking laws all of which accusation- are false malicious and calculated to damage his reputation and ruin his businessThe which Rice represents constructed the building for the Lynn Grove Bank and sold the supplies Then a charter was refused by Bruner Some people are interested in the ven ture and it is said they will institute proceedings in mandamus to compel the Secretary of State to issue a char ter If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Mr Tague Just Smiles Possibly no man in Cloverport has been asked more questions in the last ten days than James Tague manager of the Gas Company Nearly every day the gas has been turned off from the East Side on account of the work on the bridge and the residents are always asking Mr Tague When will we get the gas He never loses pa tience although one woman said to him Wednesday You turn the gas off the wrong time we need it for dinner more than any other time Mr Tague just smiled back at her for he has not been In the gas business thirty years for nothing Working In Illinois Indiana Ohio and Georgia In the gas and oil fields has given Mr Tague valuable knowl edge and experience and he knows how to operate the convenient fuel in a satisfactory way for the people of this city Died At Hawesville Last Friday night three deaths occur ed in Hawesville They were Dr J H Hearvin Wm Goerlug Sr and a little ix mouths old son of Mr and Mrs W Givens I Enjoying Their Age J F Owen age seventyseven of Glen Dean Mr and Mrs L Moor man of Leitchfield ages seventyeight and seventyfive respectively and Richard Alrey ago eightysix are all enjoying that crown of gloryold age Mr and Mrs Moorman have sevep children all grown and married and twenty grand children Mr Alrey say that work hard honest labor is the secret of long yea- rsSixtyOne YearsDifference Miss Rebecca Brashear Younger cele brated her first birthday at the home her uncle Mr C M McGlothlan I who celebrated his sixtysecond birth Sunday Mr James Younger andII his older daughter Eudora and Mrs J Lucy Younger went to West Point CorJ the occasion The little babys aunt bars McGlothlan who has been very all summer suffering from rheuma ismls little improved and Rebecca been under care of her adopted t Miss Minnie Hoyle who Is devoteC id to he- rWorkingAt The Exchange I Mrs Amble Williams Daniels has accepted a position in the Cumberland Telephone office in this city and has orkatJlIeboardII Subscribe Right NwII i it r i ISome Improvements astwo story dwelling James Bob Matt ingly and James Hinton living in the same neighborhood have built recently new homes two stories and John Monarch is remodeling his residence near that town adding lights and a bath room Will Miller will add a new story to his dwelling this fall Besides these dwellings a number of new barns have been built showing that the farm ers in that section are all prosperous and are putting their money In new homes and improving their old ones This all goes to Drove that Brecken ridge county Is forging to the front on all lines Ice Business Keeps Up The Cloverport Ice Plant is still enjoying a fine trade says Wallace Pierce who has charge of the delivery and sales department Mr Pierce says ice is like everything else people wont buy it unless they have to not withstanding it is very inexpensive The ice plant runs every day Splendid Eyesight Mrs Fmuia Walls of Hardinsburg is visiting her sister Mrs Judas WatHng ton near Union Star Mrs Walls is 80 years old and her sister 87 and both read without glasses i A Successful Sale W N Head had a very successful sale at his farm near Lodiburg last Sat urday He had a lot of fine horses that brought good prices so did all his farm implements The sale amounted to 1200 Mr Head will not leave the farm but expects to sell his present place and buy another located more convenient to the railroad Mr Head is tie buyer for the Henderson Route and a good one He has bought about 100000 worth of ties for the road this year most of which came out of Breck enridge county What Folks Say About the News Enclosed find money 9rder for 1 for which please send the Breckenridge News for one year It is like getting a letter from home Mrs K E Bewley McKinney Collln county Texas Box 82 Route 1 000Please enter my subscription fpr the Breckenridge News at once We have enoughTMlddleport Ohio The Latest The expression Good looking is the latest smartest way to express satisfaction and admiration It may be applied to hats gowns pictures houses animals anything from a stick 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to be the strongest mill in existence goodflour60 pounds The Midget flour has the sweet ness and flavor produced by the old stout mill with the whiteness of the modern roller process Oparated with only 2 to 4 horse power according to the character of wheat and onlyI one mans time is plantTheof any description ever put on the market In constant use throughout Europe grinding all kinds of wheat and it grinds all kiuds of American wheat most successfully- A milling business with ouehalf the capital heretofore required and twothirdsGrinding 10 hours per day with theMidget2 per hour judgewhetherexpectations 1 mretthelosIng It is the manufacturintheAmericauThe la gasolinel powerf JW I StwillurlngtheOct4SfronitoBV HI or any other time by request All are invited to inspect it WewiHbe pleased to give or send catalogues and samples of work OH requestTHE dcNad 1 k