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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t toO j yi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS lri ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTfN1 10 i VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 8 Pages NO 14 tt BIG TIME AT THE COUNTY SEAT iIJ MONDAY TO HEAR CANDIDATES I tHon Ben Johnson and Judge Settle Attract Larg- eCrowdsJudge t Sandidge Arrived to Preside c t Over Circait Court Al There was a great crowd at Hardins bur Monday All sections of the county was represented and the peo vir pie came from far and near to see and fife be seen to hear the news and chiefly atesee the candidates for politics filled j the air Judge W E Settle and the Hon ABen Johnson who were billed to speak were greeted by an enthusiastic crowd I which packed the court house Mr Johnson spoke first In his plain straightforward earnest way he tola the people what was being done fo- thsm by the trusts combines and the robber tariff He made it very clear that the great common people were be fug robbed right along to pile up big fortunes for the few money kings He said the only Issue now before the peo V pie was the tariff That the great Re f publican party could no longer fool the people on this question and the rank and file of that party were breaking away At the conclusion of Mr Johnsons wholesome speech Judge Settle was IRVINGTON Miss Millie Bennett who has been spending the past two weeks as the guest of her sister Mrs Fidelia Gallo way returned home on Monday Rev and Mrs L K May and children left last week for Campbellsville where they will visit the formers par ents for sometime Mr and Mrs W T Cornwall will re turn today from a short visit with re latives In Indiana Mr and Mrs J M Herndon have returned from a few days spent in Lou isville shopping Read Newsom Gardners ad in this issueMrs Mary W Munford who has been spending the past four months in Chicago with her daughter Mrs Evan Pusey arrived here Tuesday to spend the winter Earl Bennett spent two days of last week in Louisville on a business trip Mr and Mrs J M Phillips of Hot Springs Ark will arrfve today for a breif visit to Mr and Mrs F I Me GeheeMiss Ida White has returned to her home at Narrows Ky after spending two weeks with the Misses Crahan at their home on Maple street Miss Lyda McGehee expects to leave Saturday for Seattle Washington where she will ba the guest of her sister and brother Mr and Mrs R Mack Avitt for tbe winter Mr and Mrs F S Lloyd of Louis ville arrived Sunday to spend a few days as the guests of Mr and Mrs G W Lyddan- A B Suter of Highland Park was the week end guest of friends here Miss Evelyn Herndon will leave to day for Louisville whereshe will visit her cousin Miss May Tydings for a month E F Alexander was in the city last week Miss Sallie Sip s o 7Elizabethtown is the guest of her sister Mrs Richard Sipes at her home on College street G W Lyddan left Monday for Louisville to attend the Horse Show and will be at the Willard Hotel Miss Ellen Munfotd who has been spending the past two weeks in Louis vine as the guest of the Misses Tyding returned horns yesterday Mrs Nannie J Wathen has returned from Indianapolis where she spent sev eral weeks with her sister Mrs R N MillerMr Mather of Hardlnsburg was the guest of Prof Martin Sunday Read Newsom Gardners ad In this issue F Miss Jeflnie Payne and Miss Mary Lee Gregory of Harned were the guests of Mrs Matt Payne Tuesday enronte to Winchester 1Irl4nd Mrs Edgar Lewis and children left last week for Barbours yule after being the guests of Dr aadMrs Moremen 8m Dix and Mr Schopp of Steph sasport were guests of J L Henry- rlday 1BT pry Neatutl has typhoid fever atiI 11p o Main street I- cc Introduced by Claude Mercer The crowd listened with interest to the Judge whom they are to have for Ap pellate Judge Aside from the candidates the crowd was especially concerned in Judge WI 10 Sandridge who was apponted by Willson to preside over Circuit Court He did not arrive until noon and little was done in court Yester day promised to be a busy day for the Judge and the Grand Jury Commonwealths Attorney J R Laymen was on hand promptly to look after the interests of the commonwealth in his usual good way He has a splendid Grand Jury to help him made up as follows Taylor Dowell Irvington foreman John W Ball McQuady Alton Clemmons Rockvale Chas Bowldes Axtel James Stillwell Steph ensport Eugene Beavin LaHant TB Cart Uuion Star James Perkins Mat tingly Fred McMullen Axtel A B Cashman Union Star Eli Taul Hard insburg John Critchelow Hardins burgMrs Nannie Williams left Monday for Hardlnsburg for a brief visit to her daughter Mrs Lucretia Hensley Dr L B Moremen has purchased of G W Bandy a large track of land lying in the west addition of town Dr Moremens intentions are to put this into town lots and it will go as the Bandy addition i Judge Settle of Bowling Green was a guest in town Sunday and stopped at the Lyons House Mrs Rhodes left Saturday for Ma dora for a stay of a week as the guest of Mrs L Rhodes Mrs Addie Brown came up from Lewisport Saturday and is the guest of her daughter Mrs Luther Wilson Read Newsom Gardners ad in this issue Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstownde livered a fine address in the public hall on Monday night Rev L K May will come bJck this week to again take charge of the Methodist church at this place We are glad to wecome him back Mrs W J Plggott returned Mon day after spending several days at Win chester attending the annual conven tion of the Kentucky Union Sunday School Association Mr and Mrs A B Coleman alter spending two weeks in Louisville with their daughter Mrs Will Cain return ed home Saturday night- J M Herndon is having a concrete basement and foundation built for his new home on Woodland ave R B McGlothlan has the contract Mr and Mrs Charlie Stith of Frank fort were the guests of Mr and Mrs Lee Stith from Friday until Monday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Fine Crops Around Stephensport Reports from Stephensport show that the best crops of the year have bpen raised around Stephensport H S English Jr has the finest crop of tobacco ever grown in that section There are 10000 lbs It is a fine color well handled and neatly tied IIM- aceyPete sold 4000 worth of apples off his place This fine crop is the result of spraying etc IIMr Martin raised two crops of Irish potatoes In the same spot of ground this season Both crops were fine This shows what can be done on Brec kenridge county soil when it is given half a chance Eudailey Currie III Word has been received here of the illness of Eudailey Currie who has typhoid fever at the home of his grand mother Mrs Currie at Brownsville Tenn His parents are with him his father the Rev B M Currie was called from Columbia New Postmaster At Rhodelia George M Murphy has kwn appointed Postmaster at Rhocf1Wavlc1 E FKrouarHiptd THURMAN ROBERTS WEDDING Miss Mae Thurman And Mr Vir gil Dix Roberts Are United In Marriage In Louisville Last Wed nesday WILL LIVE IN TEXAS Hardinsbiirg Oct 10 Special On Wednesday Oct 5th nt S Ooclock at the home of Miss Edna T Creuiin 1215 Garvtu Place Louisville Ky occured a wedding the culmination of acquaintance and courtship begun six years njjo in the University of Kentucky between a fairdaughter Pulaski county Bnda worthy sou of Beck ntldge The contracting purtiCi were Miss Mae the only child of Mr J H Thurman a sterling business wan of Somerset Ky and Mr Virgil Dix Roberts youngest child of Rev Felix R Roberts a well known preacher of the M It church South now of Fordsville Ky The bride is I 1005 Scientific gradu ate of the State University In 1906 the groom was graduated fom the same institution iu electrical and mechanical engineering Since graduating hu has been actively engaged in civil engineer ing work in Ged gin Arkansas Ken tucky and Texas On Ja uary 1 1010 be became contracting engineer for the Weathtrford Bridge Fouu ry of Wea threrord Texas where be has a splen did position at a lucrative salary On accuunt of a deluge of runt and atItbe brides friend classmate aud nniver oily roommate Mlsj Creinin instead ot at the Seelbach ad wes scheduled Tbe pastor of the Broadway Baptist church impressively pronounced the ceremony in the presence of a few friends and re latives among who WetS Mrs Ttiurmnn the mother of the bride and II J Robert the brother of the groom Immediately alter the ceremony the bridal party took upper at the Wlllurd Hotel after wLich the bride and groom lett for Weatheriord Texas where they have been at home to their friends since Oct 10th Breckenridge county has furnished the Lone Star State no worthier citizen than Virgil Huberts and together we rejoice that through his yet iu the Lone Star State he IB i ot longer a K ne man but is happily mated and located with every promise of years ot success and happiness i Attention Ye Spellers On Friday night NoV 11th there there will be It spelling contest giveu in Ilardinsburg at which the best speller will be awarded n ten dollar gold medal suitably inscribed and pruclauiing him the champion speller of the county The second best will receive a five dol lar gold piece Bveryb dy is invited to participate The spelling will be done frcrn the spelling book used in the pub lic schools of this county The medal will bs awarded by Her bert M Beard who generously donates it iti the cause of education Supt Andrew Dnskell will present the five dollars in gold to the second best speller a generous donation to edu cationIt hoped that each school in the county will have one or more contest antsAn admission fee of ten cents will be charged for the benefit of the County high School library Particulars next week What a Famous Editor Says About Investment The editor of tho Taylor Trutwood Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words You asked me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a safe investment I have it for you I never knew until now what a good opportuni ty for a moneymaking investment this magazine afforded You asked me to let you in on the ground floor and I am doing so- This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stockholder and a Life Subscriber to the Taylcr Trot wcod Magazine One share of stock par value 1000 and a perpetual subscription to the magazine both for 81010 Let us have your order now This opportunity Is limited Write TaylorTrotwood Publishing Co Nashville Tenn If th8 best too for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to uC 5r SEVENTYFIVE NEW MEN COMING To Cloverport Tomorrow After noonGirls Hearts Are All A FiutterMayor Bar ry Will Speak To Visitors BRASS BAND WILL PLAY The ambitious young women of Clovetport had better roll their curls up ou crimp papers tonight and get ready for the seventyfive new men that are to arrive here tomorrow afternoon nt SiJIO oclock from Hawesville They are all city fellows sent out by the Louis ville Commercial Club to advertise Ken tuckys winder growing metropolisI May r Barry is anxious that a large crowd of citizens meet at the depot to greet the LouisvilliaiiH and give them aI warm welcome to Cloverport He wants the grandfathers grandmothers aunts and uucles pretty girls and handsome boys an I good babies all to he there The members ol the club will be accompanied by the First Regiment baud and their short stay here promises to be a treat to Cloverpdrt Miss Edith Burn- Secretary to Mr Weatherholt Miss Edith Burn has accepted the position of secretary for Mr Marion Weatherholt and will have charge of the bookkeeping for his personal business enterprises Glad to Hear Good News Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find 1 for the News I dont think I could get along without It Am glad to know Cloverport is prospering and also that It is getting to be cityfled Dont you think Its time With best wishes for all I am very truly Mrs J C still Tulare Ca- lNorthwestern Apple Crop Worth Millions In Money Special Dispatch to the GUiiboDornocrnt Spokane Wash October 8North western tipple Growers will have plenty of money i J invest In automobiles pianos arilsimilar little tiiukeU this win ter With n bumper yield the orchard Isis ate offered Kood prices for their crops owing to the shortage in other apple sections It is estimated that the apple growers of this sbite alone will re Haze some SMOOOOuO mid the glowers in Oregon Northern California Idaho sad Montana will also roll in wealth The yield in Washington is estimated at about 4000000 boxes nearly double that of last year The Ortgon crop will be about half of that of Washington or in the neighborhood of 2000000 boxes I Rev Jones elievesII In Printers Ink N F Jones State Evangelist of th Baptist church who hits been here bud quite a lot of printed matter made at the News office He beleives in print ers ink and uses it extensively De sides having his own personal letter paper made he bad several hundred cards printed treating the subject of Baptism Judge Sandige Presiding Here Judge W 0 Sandlge was appointed by Gov Wilson to preside over the Breckenridge Circuit Court Commonwealths Attorney Layman was In Cloverport Sunday enroute to Hardlnsburg Mr Layman says that reports from Judge Chelf at Hot Springs indicate he is still improving Moved Into New Home Mr and Mrs A R Fisher and neices Misses Ida and Georgia White and Mr Chas White who have been living in the Simons fiats since last March moved into their new home last week Their house is most convenient and attractive It is built on the Colonial l style of architecture Sells Bakery t M Brown has sold his bakery to Ameil Oelze and it is being moved this week to the confectionery uptown Sam Brown will have charge of the baking f MRS HUNTER Dies at the Home of tier Son at Sample Last Tuesday After a Short Illness Mrs America Hunter died last Tuesday morning at the home of her son Wesley Hunter at Sample The funeral was held Wednesday after noon conducted by Rev Winchell Mrs Hunter was ill only four days and as soon as her condition became serious her daughter Mrs Eugene Haynes was called from Durant I T Mrs Hunter was eightythree years of age and was born in Indiana She had lived in this county about thirty five years She was the grandmother of Finley Miller of Hardlnsburg Mrs Gibbs Funeral The funeral of Mrs Lillian Adams Gibbs was held in Louisville last Wednesday afternoon and the Interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery Thursday morning Rev German P Dillon olllcialed at the grave and Misses Eva and Eliza May sang sweetly during the burial service The re mains were accompanied from Louisville by the husband Mr Henry Gibbs and the daughter Miss Lucy Adams Fred and Artis Adams Messrs Frank and Fred Ferry Chas Chamberlain of Irvlngton and Mrs Nancy Ferry Mrs Homer Dawley sister of the de ceased also was here The floral tributes sent by loving friends and relatives were beautiful4ft Beautiful Flowers Mrs Eliza Ann Keenan sent the editor of the News a bunch of Princess Feathers that were greatly admired and wonderedat all day Monday by the women who called at the office The colora scarletwas so rich and deep Heavy Loser H S Kiocald was in the News office Monday buying old papers to wrap sweet potatoes Mr Kincald is a thrifty farmer and is working hard to pull through his ill luck this summer During the heavy rains he lost 15 acres of corn and 411 acres of tobacco Mr Lynch Wants the News Dear Mr Babbage Please find 50 cents for six months subscription I have been away from Cloverport quite a while and I want 10 know how the country IIs progressing In that part of Kentucky So I believe the Brecken ridge News will give me some idea Yours truly Laurence Lynch West Hamlin W Va Air fioorman Sells I W R Moorman e Son Ky recently sold two GicndeaneI I bullsRed King 18th to J fleet Georgetown Tenn and Roan King to John Akers Irvington Ky Revival Closes The Baptist revival which has been in secession for two week closed Sunday jiitht Several members from different cnurchts of other towns placed their le ten wIth th s ongreg tiou during the meeting Tine seivues were well at ruled Pleases Customers Mss Laura Nix who has charge of the trimming department of Miss Evelyn Hicks millinery store is giv ing perfect satisfaction and her manner as well as her work is most pleasing Miss Wathen Charmed With Cloverport Miss Eula Wathen of Bardstown arrived here Friday from Owensboro and stayed until Monday visiting Miss Francis Smith Miss Wathen liked Cloverport so well that she could not resist visiting here again en route to her home Daviess County Fair On The Davieas County Fair that was compelled to close last week on account of the heavy rains is on in full swing and large crowds are attending The races are reported better than ever Judge Birkhead Goes to the Mountains Judge Thos F Birkhead judge of the Sixth Judicial District has gone to Pineville Bell county to convene a special term of Circuit Court He will try two important murder cases tIt INTERRUPTED Was Traffic On The Henderson Route Because Of Washiiiiouts And Floods Again the Louisville Henderson 8a St Louis railroad was a great sufferer from the flood of water which fell for fortyeight hours ended last Thurs day at noon and again was the freight amj passenger traffic on this road interrupted for two days ending with Friday night This time the trouble occured again in the Narrows above town and to the Lead Creek trestle be low town The trouble on the road began when on Wednesday a washout near Hen derson delayed trains The rains that fell Wednesday night caused the imarmense hill in the Narrows to slip and it is said that the dirt which came down on the track in the early part of the night not only stopped the west bound cannon ball but covered the track and went on nearly to the waters edge It is claimed that ten times as much dirt came down on this occasion as there was when the big wreck oc curred at the same place some eight weeks ago The work train with its immense steam shovel was called out from Cloverport and put to work and by 1100 oclock Thursday night a train was able to get into Hawesville from above but here it was again stopped by the Lead Creek trestle At an early hour Friday morning the piledrive train was put to work on this trestle and workmen were of the opinion that the bridge could be so straightened up in ten or twelve hours that trains could be taken over the place This trestle was in a wretched condition Five of the central bentsof twelve feet each was imllrely washed away and the ties and track were left suspended in midair The track had shifted at least two feet out of line the inclination being toward the river and in this span of sixty feet without sup ports the steel had dropped several inches The great pile driver was put to work replacing these supports The workmen claim that this trestle would have been distroyed in the great storm and flood of July 27 had it not been fcr the stone county bridge which was only a few feet away and between the trestle and the river This bridge it will be remembered was destroyed after having successfully withstood the ravages of sixty years and the last rain of this week even crumbled away near ly all of the remainiug Approaches Superintendent L J Irwin of the Henderson Route came down on thun day night and was here Friday morning To the Clarion man he stated that concrete arches over Lead Creek would be built in the near future which would obviate thIS character of trouble they were now experiencing there but that the unsettled condition would not allow it to be done at this time Hancock Clarion Fiscal Court Notes At the regular October session of the Fiscal Court which met the 4th and continued in secession for three days all the members being present the usual routine of business was transacted The proceedings will be published in full in the News at a future date We append some of the Important acts as follows Claims for sheep killed by dogs in eluding the expenses of appraisers were allowed to tho amount 483 xxxT- he salary and expenses of tho county Supt of Schools was fixed at 121626 for the year xxxC- laude Mercer who had brought suit against the county for annuling his con tract to index in up todate manner the sixty deed books of the county withdrew his suit tho court agreeing to pay him 240 his actual outlay in money in doing the work so far as tie progressed with it xxxJohn P Haswell Jr and Gus Bow attorneys for the county were allowed 100 each for fees in the case xxxT- he Fourth District Leader recd 23585 for printing claims and notic- esxxx J4 ItiCt 379- 25xxx Jesse R Eskrldge was allowed annually for ofllce rent gab xzzThe usual 30 cents on the 100 in t railroad taxed district was levied i f wK 1n r+ xw II KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR V 1fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED rgrralA For Saleij Tux receipts 1910 model guaranteed to last 12 months Pricey range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and I H1BI r tnOD SII 1 J DRHJBOONE Permanent DentistDr 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 delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky livery 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday J IliveEStable i 0 I Stephensport Ky r j New Rigs k- ii New Horses j1 jj New Stablem i fif i iX If you have any riding or Jjfli g 5j furnish 11Yi We will handle Ice also Your patronage will 4 at Ihe appreciated ft j ti j fWf Proprietorj A- Sj Stephensport Ky f + + Our ClubbingOffer Homo and Farn 1 yr 50 Undo Remus Monte Maga due i JCIlIunnu i 00 Good Housekeeping 1 yr 1 50 Daily Evening Post il mos 1 25 Brcckonridgo News 1 yr 1 00 Total 5 25 All of the above for only 225S- end money to The Breckenridge News Clomport KyifI This offer will be withdrawn after Nov 1 1910 If you want ti to get in onit8ond mony at 1once 1 ROAD NEGLECT BY GOVERNMENT Railway Man Shows Money Is Wasted on Highways WILL SAVE FARMERS MILLIONS B F Yoakum talks to National Convention on Development of Country as Proof That Highways Should Be Improved by National Appropriation One of the most Interesting addresses delivered before the National Good Roads association nt Niagara Falls recently wns that of B F Yoakum chairman of the St Louis and San Francisco Railroad company The keynote of his address wns that the government wastes enough to build all highways and the saving to farmers of millions of dollars The salient points of his speech were Your organization stands for n duty sadly neglected by the government Good roads mean more for the people nt large thou any other public work and add more to the comfort and up building of the country They are of national importance Government statistics tell us that It costs our farmers 15 cents more to haul one ton one mile in this country than it costs in European countries The products of the farms of the Unit ed States last year amounted to ap proximately 20000000 tons The government shows the average haul of a ton was nine miles This difference of 15 cents a ton per mile represents an additional cost of 135 a ton for an average haul of nine miles Estimat ing that twothirds of the agricultural products of Inst year were hauled nwny from the farms there would have been n saving to the American farmers of 225000000 If our roads had been up to the standard of Euro penn roads not including their hack haul of supplies from the stations to the farms They would also have saved large sums In the cost of repine ing land repairing harness wagons etc and In the Investment and care of extra draft stock It took threequarters of a century to Valid up the American railroads During the same time little attention has been given to the building up of American country roods Yet the val ue of the two to the public goes hatul in hand Food and clothing must he handled between the producers rind tho consumers over both the country toad and the railroad It Is Important that the country roads approach the high standard of the railroads The greatest value of good roads will be to the farmers who have not as yet become Interested You have not yet found n way to reach them to properly place your arguments mill statistics before them They need to Ifit shown that the poorest roads are the most expensive roads They lave not been shown that their broken wag Ions broken harness and blacksmith bills cost them snore than the cost of having good roads They have not been shown that a four dollar n day team caw do twice tic work over good roads which snakes that team worth to them S a lily The way to get good nmds Is to make nil the people know them and keep them constantly in mind The transportation system which carries our food and clothing from maker to users Is part railroad and part country road One part Is ns necessary as the other Your organi zation in its support of time lIeU IlIlln of our public highways should talk li millions instead of thousands We have 2100000 miles of puhll roads From the best information oh tafnnblc there are about 44000 miles or two miles out of each 100 under a high standard of Improvement Thero are not more than 175000 miles or eight miles out of each 100 under any kind of Improvement In other words we have 1025000 napes of public roads which are in its pour condition now as they were when they were laid out by our early settlers and pioneers If we build 100000 miles of public highways annually for ten years and give to this countryI 1000000 tulles of good public roads at an average cost of 3000 a mile or 00000000 annual Ily wo will be engaging In a national development the advantages of which in economies commerce comforts and enhanced land values none can foretell We will be accomplishing some thing worth while This work of ear vied on by counties tumid townships as at present will be very slow It should bo encouraged under a broad compre pensive plan outlined by the federal1 government cooperating with the states Time agricultural department of time government Is in sympathy with ail things that tendt to Improve our public road system Your association should havo aggressive organizations in every state and have working relations with all commercial manufacturing and agri cultural Institutions While I can speak but for one system of railroads I feel confident that every railroad of the country Will be IN sympathy and work In harmony to aid In the development of time countrys public highways with a view of upbuilding and increas ing the production of existing cultivated Holds and adding new acres that ire now lying idle for lack of rnl4i ransportatjon or Rood public roads to i Kourage their cultivation i hERPIIYSICIAN PHYSICIANAPPROVES Taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Sabattus ralncYou told mo to tako Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable compound and Liver Pills before childbirth and we aro all surprised to seo how much good llhysiclan doubt it was tho Compound that helped1 you I thank you for your advlslnffme nermlssTon to use my name in your testimonials Mrs II W MITCHELL Box 3 Sabattus Me Another Woman Helped passingthroughthoCluangeof from nervousness and other annoying VegetableCompound strength and proved worth mountains of gold to me For the sake of other suffering women I arn willing you should publish my letterMrsCILVIILICS BARCLAY RFD Granite ville Vt- Women who aro passing through this critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of the fact that for thirty years Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Com pound which is made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills In almost every com munit will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia T T nlchams Vegetable Compound WEDDINGS STRIPPED OF FUSS In Brittany Matrimonial Candidates Are Herded Together and Mar red In a Bunch Over in France they have a way of getting rid of all the undesirable features which in the United States go with getting married They have the scheme in operation in Brittany- In Brittany they do away with the best man and bridesmaids and ushers and other such impedimenta strewn In the path of the American celebrants of the matrimonial ceremony Even the dressmaker and the milliner and tho florist uro given the laugh Their goods arent needed The caterer is tho only tradesman who profits About the middle of January every year there is a general round up of all the men and women who have been engaged within tho twelve month They are herded together In one place and on the appointed morn ing along comes the priest and mar rios them in a bunch No fuss no feathers no Lohengrin or Robin Hood stuff no ushers or bridesmaids to carry away your stickpins and your brooches And everyone wears the national costume simple In construc tion though gaudy There were 27 couples married at Plougastel January 11 54 people 61 count them Among the 54 were only four names Everyone married was a Legall a Jeseuquel a Thomas or a Kazeneuff Fifteen of the brides were named Marie and three were named Marie Legall The caterer got his rake off from the barbecue which followed the ceremony He served 27 sheep and six cows at the wedding breakfast Its The Worlds Best No one hits ever made H salve oint iient or balm to compare with Ituckleui Arnica Salve Its the one perfect he tier off Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores jcnUK Boils Ulcers Eczema Stilt vhtMun For Sore Eyes Ctld Sores Chapped Hand or Sprains its supreme iifliilllble for Piles Only25 at Severs Drug Co Another Panacea A physician of some note has Just announced another panacea for all tho ills humanity Is heir to It consists simply of sunshine It must however fall upon the bare skin Among tho afflictions which it is said to havo cured by this means are tubercular ul corations skin diseases old cuts and sores and obesity An abdomen triple plated with adipose tissue will melt like snow under the caresses of the sun it Is declared To tako a sun bath the doctor explains It suf- fIces simply to stretch ones self com pletely unclothed In tho direct rays of tho sun taking care always to pro tect tho head and above all tho back of tho neck There must bo no inter mediary between the skin and the sunlight for the chemical power of the solar rays Is completely nullified by clothing and by glass Tho inclination of the rays is also important when they fall perpendicularly their action is much greater oblique rays glance on tho contrary from the sur faco of tho skin and are without ef feet Gk Ucirh Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIANOTICE Please do n9t askls to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free i ANTIQUITY OF FAKED FOODS Pliny Tell of the Adulterations Prao tiled In Ancient RomeWine Often Were Doctored So much Is heard of pure food laws and food adulteration these days that one Is prone to assume that the abuse in question Isa result of modern con dltlons of trade and competition Such however is not the case for the Greeks and Romans complained as bitterly as the man of today of the adultera tion of their food In Pliny is found an account Rotting forth how the bakers of Rome wore wont to mix with their dough a white earth soft to the touch and sweet to the taste thus turning out a foodstuff that had weight and fine appearance but little food value Pliny also touches upon wine adul teratlon He assures us that not even the rich Roman noble could be sure that the wine he purchased was pure Moreover the famous wines of Faler no were doctored and wines from Gaul generally esteemed to bo the best were as a matter of fact artificially colored by aloes and other drugsIMuch complaint was made in Athens touching wine adulteration so that in time it became necessary to appoint special inspectors with a view to put ting an end to the evil There was one wine merchant named Canthare who was so skillful In the matter of adulteration that his name actually became a synonym for the expression clover deceit Can hares long suit was in Imparting tho flavors of old ago to new wine And so on Throughout Europe from the tenth century onward aro found numerous Instances of food adulteration in general practise by bakers brewers vintners etc Tho tricks of the trade were originated more than 1000 years ago Reaching The Top iti any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success limit Electric Bitters is the greitert Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidnavs bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates time whole system and enables you to stand the wear ana tear of your dally work After months of suffering from kidneytrouhle writ es W M Sherman of dishing Me three bottles of electric Bitters made me feel like a new man II fOe at Severs Drug Co Paint Made of Smoke Take a small quantity of Pittsburg air wash thoroughly and turn loose I again advises a writer in Success Magazine Strain the wash water and add certain ingredients which a Penn sylvania man claims to know about The result Is a paint which Is said to be durable and cheap and especially adapted to tin roofs and iron wdrk The same air maybe recaptured and used again but the smoke is ruined foreverThe system is said to be in success ful operation in a Pennsylvania factory where the smoke is passed through an atomizing spray Six tons of coal of the nice smudgy kind will if properly treated yield five barrels of paint besides doing its regular work An Interesting possibility in this dis covery is a byproduct in the way of sweet smelling fresh laundered air excellent for breathing and unexcelled for hanging clothes in A Double Advantage- It rarely happens In everyday life that any one lids tho privilege of test ing the old adage of killing two birds with one stone so thoroughly as the hero of the following anecdote Charles Godfrey Leland is responsible for it I once knew a gentleman named Stewart ho wrote While camping out en route and In a tent with him it chanced that among the other gentlemen who had tented with us there were two terrible snorers Now Mr Stowart had heard that you may stop a mans snoring by whistling and here was a wonderful opportunity SoI waited until one man was coming down with his snore diminuendo and the other was rising crescendo and at the exact point of intersection moderato I blew my car whistle and so got both birds at one shot I stopped them bothYouths Companion Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Doanks Rugulets Ask your druggist for them 25c a box Women In the Wrong Place The anomaly of this island the center of the British empire crowded to overflowing while millions of acres of the richest land in One climates lie undeveloped has at last struck the national imagination We cannot open a paper without seeing articles about the wheat fields of Canada tho fruit farms of British Columbia or Rhodesia tho offers of work for Brit- Ish men and women in Australia New Zealand and last but not least South Africa But in large movements of gerry kind it is exceedingly difficult to preserve the regular oven progres sion of parts Some portions of the mass will always move slower others faster han tho rest thereby causing u distortion and dislocation of the whole That section of tho community known as the betterclass woman has lagged behind the rest and by her scarcity in the one place and hot su perfluity in the other is creating a danger to society London Times Ik r iII Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 EI 145 I H6 I I 144 I Ills El Dally I DailyII ISTATIO5 ELIiDally Daty 9 24 40pm tI iOam LvLOUIiVILL6Ar 7 barn 12 60 Pili 7 40W14 to STHAWUJoUUy 1I2 aJ h lUtlUU1 t1 Jr5 00 t9 09 MEUOKA fba2 fl2 13 tT 08 Y f5 11 f9 14 STITEH fll3ll 1217 t111 L hf5 17 huIAll1HYN mfJ2 em 10 01 521 B 21 WEST POINT 0291o1 iss 4 f523 fll3 HOWARD fll8ini fu o4 f3 31 380 HAUTLE3 til 50 to 4u JJ f3 37 III 34 ROCK HAVKN tit 45 fu 41Mf5 43 W 40 LONG BRANCH fll 37 ru 3i I 5 53 949 t+ RANDENnU1U11 J 62b 59 tO 50 010UUSTUN0 03 UO 0 l I 13I IRVING TON It 41 11 05 e01 jI Whn IEHn tin fr f3 42 le 39 flO 27 LODIilUltU t048 f551 t i fHO MYSTIC tie 4tI mi51 flO 37 SAMPLE til 87 fa a 0 58 10 44 STEPHENSlORT 1027 614 J i f702 MO 48 ADUIdUN flOKJ f510 t f704 flu 50 HOLT flO 10 f1 OS 0 ft tn 11 Stt 715 11 00 ULOVERlORT 4 57 1007 4 57i 815 1 I SHOPS I t 12 f12d SKtLLMAN i r9 63 f8 odtfa1 Il 45 7 37 1118 IIAWESVILLE 438 1143 4 15f t 021 f745 IElIUE to 31 3J t1 4- 3fuai 11 50 c ADAIR 1932 1737 I fO 40 r 7 59 fll 37 LEWIHPORT 923 1417 7 SJ- o r 4S fa 05 WAITilAN III 17 t1 o 53 a 14 fll 40 MAOEO 9 U9 t4 I r istt7 03 f8 24 PVlES to 6 t7 01 113 i235ini T351 isibpnj O v nn 811iif 150- tl 1845 345 NI 6 56t40 CONWAY 127 f8 41 w MATT1NULY t8SU f641tt13L H 53 GHI1 IITllr fSrj 7 M f8 57 f2 27 STANLV 18 Si f3 28 B 3i t f7 40 f9 03 NEWMAN to 15 ftl Sa 7 1u Ifl 10 REED 1807 f03t fl63 f0 10 HEALS rs 01 10 ie t7 58 IlIB SlOTTSVILLE 7 53 f3 11 tl131J8 40 f9 21 MASKETT 7 52 13 07 II 23 1 30 P 42 1 05 HENDERSON 300 739 a 55 5 66pmt a 1 5S 10 15 1341 s EVANSVILLE Is S3 710 am 2 30t74Oam14opm ST LOUIS 900pm 8 34 am US f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains IX xOTsroPVTrains 143 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis A 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 discharge passengers fromswest of Cloverport IIo Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsville Hast BoundtiSecond Class 1st Plus 1st Class Second Cleud9 i 113 112 10nMixed Mixed Passen STATIONSM- 7 Sed MlzedtcDully ox Dally ex ger ser Dally ex Daily erwSundav Sunday Dally Dully Sunday Sunday m- 645pm 5 30am 11 lOam Lv Irvington Ar 10 Warn 4 15pm 11 Opm hJ- f655 5 40 Ell 10 Basin Spring f9 54 f320 10 60 C 170D 555 sll35 Garfield sD38s2 57 10 30 It f720 607 f1146 Horned f9 20 f237 1015pIs723 019 s114U Junction s922s225 8731 610 Il54fm HardlnsburgsD 17s210 w s741 027 1201pm Junction S911s200f 1010h1f750 637 fl208 Kirk 19 03 145 1001m757 0 45 f2 15 McQuady 18 fO f120 9 54 s8 m0 0 59 s2 27 Glendeane s845s100 m 5810 701 81236 Dempster o836s124S 943 th- i8 24 7 13 f2 40 Rockvale f8 33 912 40 9 36 Pt 18300 719 f245 Vanzant fS27 f1232 931en1250 Asklns f824 thi842foB 49 7 36 si PUI EImltchsb 15 s2 05 9 15 8 s5pm 75U Fordsville 1201pm 9 10 J 30 EARLINGTON 5 45 g OJco BOUND WEST Between Dempster and FallsofRou2h 11 WOUND secondi tiSecond bIrst loirstTIME TABLEFirst HIrFt Class Class I ClassI31 27 25 Into effect Sunday Juno CaMixedcol riEWednthyandand i idy inn Only t0T1215p ml2SOum S4Oam DEdPSTER 835am li33pmnI 1 npm t0- IOSp m1256pmI I 900am FALLS OK ROUGH a15am 1 1213pn IQipmTtTb Real Estate Department ifor galImay just you you are interested ta in any of tIe1 following proprieties write us at once for owners Jon name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once vo telling us what you want and where you want It and letamus introduce you to the man who has the very property youotare looking for grc We recommend the following properties as being productivenghUI and fair in price1 wb Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you but want cash for your property send price and description at oncerlvand let us show you how we bring buyer and seller togetherff This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enablingAct buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick alesoT1 Jno D Babbage 950 07 acres 3M miles north of Hard insuurc neur the Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements Double Log house small stable Good rich lundIfine for Barley to bacco Terms further Intorma tlon prlto Jno D Uabbago Cloverport Ky 140 aerie 2 miles from Guston 3r 300 S miles from well watered lays well good young orchard good timber on rural routesc moollousofewyards Iron house Improvements i good four room dwelling kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tenenthouse andcis tern back In tutu field most and hen house wood shed will sell on easy payments plenty- of small fruit Further particulars address Jab D nabbago Oloverport Ky 2 nOO For 160 acres four miles west of tp fjwu Qloudcane 3 miles from brunch railroad nil fresh land 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres In grass will produce the best neighborhoodlonty mug log dwelling V rooms and side room ood stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses tent good timber for farm purposes I good land to clear 1rlco 2000 3H cash Limited Vision Thoro was a man oncea poet Ho went wandering through tho streets of the city and ho met a disciple Como out with mo said the poet for a walk in the sand dunes And they went But ere they had prog ressed many stages said the disciple There Js nothing here but sand To what did I invite youasked the poet To walk in the sand dunes Then do not complain said the poet Yet even so your words aro untrue There Isavon above Do you not see It The fault la not heavens nor the sands MatTtenMaart M l T FOR SALEStorm house and dwelling con cou corner First and Ulgh Streets wholelength 1 orexchange AvenueWell andallyeL5wttltarnllonei peachtreesmoatallnicevlnyardbalance In woods 125 acres In grass I sever A tad thewEroOtbeon L H Is 15000 long andeayLpaymentsprlc2 urbaC1 FOR SALE A splendid stand for a drug LaneSEphysician In a good town surrounded uOW BItheplaceInto a good practlco and a Rood drug business betisI quitularsport KvLoldCloycu1uey sad of b- rmlms nssethemIS Electric slase thenof l PreFgi5v rJInDrweaknessesWhoremedyrouFORKanySTOMACH1ROUBLE l It ii iToverf cu 1 I ii PLATINIZED GLASS It Products an Odd and a Tricky nine of Mirror Platinized glass consists of a piece of glass coated with nu exceedingly thin layer of u liquid charged with pint nom and thou raised to n red heat The plntlniim becomes united to the glass In sucb a way us to form an odd kind of mirror The glass Ins not really lost Its transparency urn yet It ono places It against n wall nud looks ntlt he sous his Image as In an ordlnnry looking glass But when light Is allowed to come through the tglass from the other side as when It Is placed In a window it appears perfectly transparent like ordinary gloss By constructing u window of platiI nized glass one could stand close behind the pines In an nnlllumlnatcd room and behold clearly everything going on outside while passersby looking at the window would behold only a tine mirror or set of mirrors in which their own figures would be reflected while the person Inside remained Invisible- In France various tricks have beets contrived with the old of this glass In one u person seeing what appears to be an ordinary mirror approaches It to gaze upon himself A sudden change In the mechanism sends light through the glass from tbe back whereupon it Instantly becomes transparent jfefad the startled spectator finds him- self1 confronted by some grotesque fig ure that bud been hidden behind tbe glass Harpers Weekly WOMEN BUILD BOONS TRIBUTE Male Kentuckians Ignore Pioneer Who Built Their State In keeping with comment that the ob servation of Memorial day is falling largely Into the hands ot the women of the land Is the Information that the monument recently erected In the cap Itnl of Kentucky to Doubt Doone IIs the result of an effort by women For decades men had talked and done nothing to commemorate this notable specimen of the hardy ant In telligent pioneer the frontiersman with an Indomitable vlll n big brain nnd nn untrrlng gun Possessed In high degree of those qualities that are essentiallyI masculine Daniel Boone It seems should hhve especially np pealed to men But the appeal that was heard and heeded was that which his oharnctfr nnd career made to women And so there stands in IFrankfort n modest but Hull1 lent monument to the roan who loading the exodus from Pennsylvania Into Kentucky In the early dnysx helped so signally to lay the foundation of civilization Joys of The Press 15 cents the- copyNews Office ORIGINi 9F LLOYDS Fumble Beginning of Europes Great Maritime Agency Two centuries ago a man who had u cargo to send to tho Mediterranean contrived to get rid of some of the risk by inducing n friend to take nn interest with him It was necessary to write out u statement of contract to which the guarantors subscribed This was the first underwriting These two men happened to be fro quenters of Lloyds coffee house ID London which was a favorite plneo for the merchants of the town to gather to discuss business or to gossip Others immediately saw the ndviiti tage of the scheme which their cal leagues had devised and on the nextI voyage the risk was parceled urn j among a larger number Qf the patrons of the coffee house Out of this small beginning tins grown the great European maritime agency still bearing the name of tinI humble coffee house proprietor nnil which not only writes risks on vessels l lbutrates thorn nnd publishes their nr I overtno matter how small or how remote ly sltuatedAnnals of the American Academy I The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing in this country most decdptive deaths are caused by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is afowedtoadvancctliekidneypoison Id blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break t down and waste away cell by cell i Bladder troubles almost always res- ult1fr tri a derangement of the kidneys and a better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by till druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bOttles Ybu may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all iboutitboth sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When Syriting mention reading tills gen erous offer in this paper Dont make DarnelSwa yovftowething in place of SwampRoot FdoOt will be dlsappointd r c rCS WATER AN AID TO DIGESTION Medical Investigators Have Concluded That Plentiful Drinking at Meal Ila Distinctly Beneficial Medical investigators have reached the conclusion that Instead of being harmful to drink quantities of water with meals it Is distinctly beneficial Recent experlmentsalong this line are described In The New York Medical Journal The writer says Not long ago it was almost the rule for physicians fo discourage the habit of drinking water except In minimum amounts with meats on the ground that the gastric juice was thereby diluted and that digestion was impaired and delayed This opinion Is still held by many physicians and Is the pet hobby of a great many diet cranks and cranks professional and ama tourOn the other hand there have been many who believed that an appetite as widely distributed as the desire to drink at the tune of eating an appe tite seen in so many animals as well as in man was n perfectly safe guide to trust and that It was obviously a provision of Nature to supply water which was needed nt this time Recent experimental evidence seems to confirm the latter view The work of Foster and Lambert has shown that water is a distinct stimu lant to the gastric mucosa and that Instead of the presence of water In the stomach resulting In a dilute gas tric juice it on the other hand occa sions the secretion of n juice of higher concentration than under ordinary cir cumstances More recently Fowler and Hawk have made a study of the metabolic Influences of copious water drinking with meals A normal man 22 years of age was studied for a preliminary period and then for a period of five days during which he drank three quarts of water a day with his meals The result showed an increase in weight of two pounds HAS NEAT TRAP FOR INSECTS Device Patented By An Oregonian For the Protection of His Apple Orchard In the country all sorts of homely devices are used to catch the bugs and kill them and an Oregon man who probably had his apple orchard overrun by some destructive species patented a trap for the pests A barrel has pieces cut out of the upper portion nnd Is halffilled With rotten or bruised apples or some other odoriferous fruit On top of the bar rel Is placed a pan partially filled with water oil or some poisonous liquid From the apex of n tripod that keeps the basin from falling off the barrel hangs a Inntern In the daytime tit Insects will be attracted by the odor of thp fruit nnd in flying up to feast niiiny of them are likely to fly Into the water At night the lantern Is lighted and bugs will come from nfar to flutter against It and meet their death In the liquid be low Nices Pumpkin Festival The pumpkin festival at Nice Is one of those old world customs rescued by popular sentiment from a gradual decay that was hastening towards ob livion It Is a celebration singularly unique In that the wildest exuberance of Spirit alternates with serious cere monies representations of art nnd prosaic business dealingsa celebra tion so quaint and so little like the usual productions of modern mankind that It loaves one with the Impression of having witnessed n scene Idealized upon the stage rather than nn actual festival of the present practical age Yet the pumpkin custom undoubtedly reflects tho character and Individual ity of Its resuscitators the inhabitants of Nice whose deep religious In stincts Innate refinement of feeling anal Intense love of the beautiful were the underlying forces which prompted them to revive n timehonored custom without the least traco of vulgar ad vertisement or sordid materialism to mar Its perfect harmony Wldo World Magazine Fish Influenced by the Moon A recent report of the Scotch fish ery board mentioned a curious habit which according to fishermen is as sedated with fish the phases of the moon it was asserted have a very direct connection with the willingness of fish to be netted To test this theory statistics were obtained of the catch of herrings from 1860 to 1900 with the result that the biggest catches were found to have coincided with new moon and the smallest with full moon The report suggested that a full moon enabled the nets to be seen much more easily thin at the times of now moon or the crescent phase or that the tides which vary with the lunar phases were possible factors In the matter Westminster Gazette Strange Words Dean Swift protested against spec ulations operations preliminaries ambassadors pallsadoes communlca tion circumvolution battalions as newfangled expressions brought into common use by the war of hit day Today nearly all these are the most orthodox English In his time mob seems commonly to have been written mobb and phjzz also had the dour ble consonant Hence his complaint that we cram one syllable and cut off the rest as the owl fattened her mice after she had bit off their legs tb prevent them from running away = f Railroad Fares RebatedII Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week according to the Rules of the R M A of which this store is a member o Baggage checked i Mail orders of 500 FREE at this storeormore delivered while make theyou free at your nearest Tour of the Citystationj MONEY SAVING EVENT IN TABLE LINENSAND WHITE GOODS ALL LINEN NAPKINS CREAM TABLE DAMASK In Snowdrop and Floral 47hemstitchedCfor J I I GRASSBLEACHED TABLE LINEN 69cdesignspay 100 or 125 for this sale w I ILay in a Supply of Towels Now and Save Money All Linen Crash Toweling All Linen Huck Towels Bleached 24whiteC1 ue each CREAM BATH TOWELS LARGE SIZE EACH 61Ac Exceptional Values in White Goods 200 Shoe Sale Monday October I7lh- VeThis is a special purchase of white roods nt a gent have gone through out entire lot of womens shoes price concession enabling us to sell them at most remnrkselected all odds and ends few pair lots and discontinued ably low prices styles made one great lot of them nil and will place them on Although the goods arc slightly imperfect such as a solo Monday October 17th at 200 n pair small stain here and there the values are exceptionallyShues in the lift that were originally marked to sell at goodturd40 and 45 inch French 40 C 45 in French lawn 71 II50 II00 Ihighomens as n400 and Persian Lawns 11212Cand Organdies 2CNotevery site in each style hut there sic all sizes in hidBatiste1 LcathersWl1liI Pumpkin Pumpkinsve by t FIRST PRIZE 15 SECOND PRIZE 10 WALKING SALOON POPULAR Indiana Streets Swarm With Sunday Llquo Law Evaders lIe walks along the Indianapolis streets on Sunday n covered basket on his nun n brazen gaze for all coppers and a sly wJuk for sill dry drink ers He la the walking saloon brought Into holing by Mayor Shanks Sunday closing order The police are looking for him lint thus far have found only two of him Two hundred inore of him are said to he tramping the streets on Sunday The walking suloou does not con flue Its efforts to loving the parched whistles of Indianapolis thirsty ones on Sunday He may be found In any dry territory In Indiana at any and nil times and 111113thnu threefourths of the state Is dry The walking saloon docs not carry a license Ills only liicumbranco Is a big basket loaded with bad booze He gets It on Saturday and peddles It on Sunday lu the highways and byways of the city and state lIe Is a puzzle to the police for nil basket carriers are not walking saloons although all walking saloons are basket carriers Philadelphia Hot to Convention The fourth International congress of chambers of commerce and industrial associations has accepted the invitation to meet lu the United States in 1012 probably In Philadelphia Newfoundland III prosperous Newfoundland IB prosperous having n surplus for the financial year of I1450000 G F The Springbok- A peculiarity or that most beautiful of South African antelopes the spring bok Is that It always leaps over human tracks It is at once exceedingly shy and marvelously active and the rea son for this strung antic is Its In tense suspicion of any possible ene mien among whom It has come to rec ognlze man as the most dangerous It is not only with human trucks that tho springbok goes through this perform ance for It does the sera wltb the tracks of lions or even when It gets wind of a lion The leap Is exceeding ly graceful and the animal covers from twelve to fifteen feet at each bound It drops on all four feet at once and immediately rises again making clear spring without any run Its usual gait when not pursued Is a light springy trot The springbok usually travels with Its nose to the ground as If con stantly on the lookout for the scent of enemies The Origin of Grocer Grocer appears In Hollnsbeds Chron icle 15 O as grosser nnd in other mediaeval records It is sometimes writ ten engrosser and was applied to the spleers nutI pepperers who were wholesale deniers In various spices that Is who dealt en srosIn large quantities as dlstlngulplud from ria grators who were retail dealers The Grocers compauy tirst adopted thV word grocer In 1373 when the spleen and pepperer allied1 themselves Into n single coriairntlonLOntior Express Subscribe Right Now I V I n n FUN IN THE HOME Make Life There Joyous and Bar Out Business Worries Whatever your lot In life keep Joy with you says Orison Swett Mnrdeu In Success Magazine It is n great healer Sorrow worry Jealousy envy bud temper create friction nud grind away the delicate human machinery so that the brain loses Its cunning Half the misery In the world would be avoided If the people would make a business of having plenty of fun at mate Instead of running everywhere else In search of It Now For test and Fun No Business Troubles Allowed mere These are good homo building mottoes When you have had a perplexing day when things have gone wrong with you nud you go home at night exhausted discouraged blue Instead of making your hpmo miserable by going over your troubles and trials Just bury them Instead of dragging them home and making yourself and your funnily unhappy with them nnd spoiling the whole cveunlng Just lock everything that Is disagreeable In your office Just resolve that your home shall be a place for bright pictures and pleas ant memories kindly feelings toward everybody and a corking good time generally If you do this you will be surprised to see how your vocation or business wrinkles will be Ironed out In the morning and bow tho crooked things will be straightened Subscribe this very day tt- r i t I H J Gorsuch AuctioneerGrnduato IIctionClring School of America 13 years public sale cx- porience 3 years Union Stock Yard expericccu Try Mo on Your Sale Irvington Ky I have a number of fresh Torsoyhoifers Try Our Want Colin If Pays l Q t C C- yZ 1e r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGO SONS PUBLISHING CO A Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 121910 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advance Examine the label on your paper If itlis not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should giv their old as well as their new addr- essDemocratic Ticket Kor Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE- r For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON THE GOING OF DR MslTJIHR On Monday of lust week came from Russellville Ky that the Louisville Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South had taken Dr Bather away from Hardinsburg and hada signed him to the pastorate of the church at Marion county scat of Crittendon county In the going of Dr Mather Hardinsburg and Breckenridgo I county loses one who for the last two years has wielded a greater in I fluence for good than perhaps any minister of the gospel who has t ever resided in our midst and we take this opportunity of publicly acknowledging the inestimable service rendered so unremittingly and unselfishly by Dr Nattier in every cause which Lad for its object the advancement of the interests of his fellowmen It seems but a few days since Dr Mather came to reside in our midst yet evidences abound on all hhnnds of the touch of the master I hand in the helping forward of the deepest interests of the commun 1 ity and of the abiding influence which he has exerted upon the lead ing citizens of our county Coming as a sick man with the intention of resting from the heavier duties of pastorial life to which he had been accustomed it was not at first thought that Dr Mather would reach out beyond the immediate duties of his own pastorialI oflice hut scarcely had his household goods been unpacked before he was found actively interested 1 in everybody and striving to lay foundations for usefulness everywhere the result being that today he leaves n gap behind him Ifc whichnone can fill When asked why he hud turned down a cull of this character DIe Mather replied You know I have been brought up in Methodism 1 and while I deeply appreciate the confidence of other denominations and labor constantly to cultivate the entire corialo with all the churches yet II feel that my best word can bo done in the ranks to which I am most accustomed 1 V So goes from our midst one whose welcomegreeting will bo miss ed and whoso neverfailimr courtsey will be cherished as coming from the heart of a man whom God has touched and one in whom the peo 1 pIe could find can always tind a friend and a helper May long life be his and uray his consecrated talents find fullest scope for theirr usefulness Wo sincerely congratulate the citizens of Marion and of Critten den County on their good fortune und trust that that will give our dearly lured friend that welcome which ho so richly desolvesc In this issue we publish thecourtesyt of Chained Lightning the magazine devoted to tho electrical business of Louisville a picture of Mr C Lee Cook and his factory He is president of thod C Lee Cook Manufacturing Company manufacturers of Cooks a metallic rod nod corliss valve stem packing Mr Cooks invention und his achievements are wonders and are nut only being recognized and accepted l ball builders of machinery but are reaping for him a compensation financially The article accompaning the cut was written by A T Macdonald and gracefully rove tIs the secret of Mr Cooks success This short sketch is a stimulant to men pf the mo chinical world and to those occupied in other pursuits of magnitude Tim story iis a true one The News well remembers when Lee Cook vas a by struggling for the results ho hits obtained At Hardinsburg Monday the largo number of voters from this county present were thoroughly convinced that we have two splendid dependable men in Judo Settle und Bon Johnson who tine so well k equipped for the offices we shall give them At the speaking there was a spirit of harmony among the men and an assurance that allW would work together and cast their votes for these candidates Every Democrat under the sound of their voices was proud to know that he will have the chance to vote for thorn for such type of men are fowt and far between in politicsWTomorrow we must put our latchstrings on the outside to the Louliisvillians who are to pay us a short visit and prove to them we have not forgotten what The Louisville Commercial Club did for thece fire stricken Cloverport ten years ago Louisville was our friend in time of the need the greatest friend of all To show that wo IreUI for Louisville let us meet at the depot tomorrow afternoon and give her representatives a right hearty welcome to our popular porth The llardinsburg Bank Trust Company certainly dida big business llast Monday Cashier Beard and his assistant Paul Comp ton wore busy all day handling the money that poured into their hands like apples out of a barrel And money is never in safer keep ing than when it is in the care of these bankersIGlen Dean is the new way to write the name of that good old plucero like Glendeane bettorits hard to teach an old dog new capers riWEAK WEARY WOMEN Learn The Cause of Daily Woes r And End Them F 1 1When the back aches and throbs I When house work is torture rt When night brings no rest nor sleep inJdI There is a way to escape these woes Doans Kidney Pills cure such ills Re Have a this cured thousandsIMrs A Baur 737 Mulberry St et Owensboro Ky s ysIII have used Doans Kidney Pills and have found thorn to be unequalled for kidney trou ble and lame back This remedy also corrected a difficulty with the kidney secretions I sleep much better since using Doans Kidney Pills and that languid feeling has disappeared her sale by all dealers Price sOcentB PosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take noother If the best is not too good for you youYTought to use o HARDINSBURG MisB Sarah Deane Moorman acconi pooled by her schoolmates Misses Mat y Franklin Beard Clara Belle DtHaven and Eloise Hook went to Planters Hall Friday for a two days visit at Miss Moor mans delightful hume Ou Mondny of lust week Thomas A Wilson and Miss Utnijy V IIavies both of Gali ld were married in tit Cotiuty Court Clerks office Rt v J II Ienuon officiating Mnriiage licenses last week were ills eel to Wm K Darst BId Mrs Tula Muttiugly hock of Cloverport aril Wm1 M Hardesty of Irvington mid Laura D Chapple of Raymond Mrp D W Scott of KHzabethtowii left for home Friday after n muulhs PileeOn Sunday Oct 2 Rev Felix R Roberts returned from conference Hand Mrs RohrrtH were entertained at a family reunion at the home of his son inlaw Mr Chug Brulugton near Ilar ned Others present were Vircil D Roberts of Weathefoid Texas Mr and Mrs M G Butler of West View j Mr and Mrs Elrin Mendor and family of Kingswuod and H J Roberts and children of Hnrdinsburg Rev Rob erts enire family was present except his son Ellis nnw a resident of Center ville New Mexico Alfred Heston for years in tile em ploye of B F Heard Co one of the best salesmen and citizens thug county has produced left last week for Sikeston Mo where he will probably locate with a large mercantile firm He will re main onejiioutb before firally deciding to locate Dr W A Walker has returned front Kansas Red will remain here His visit revealed no place superior lo liar dinsburg Rev J J Wlllett has moved into the B F Beard property recently vacated by Dr Mather Sam DeJarnette recently moved here I from Owensboro to engage In the insurance business His son Byron is re covering from an httact of typhoid Mr and Mrs Horace Allen of Louisville came Friday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs M II Beard Ejchurchl here since arriving upon the workII Dr Walsh former Presiding Elder of the M E church and a fuvorlte h re will lecture at Kingswood on October 19 Jesse Bruner of Custer was hero Monday and left for Louisville where ho expects to remain Mr and Mrs Luke B Reeves have- eturned after several weeks in Louis rifle Oscar Bramlett of Rosetta age 22I years 0J feet and ten and one half in high the tallest man in the county was here Monday mingling with and overtopping the crowd J Oarl son of Wm Meador left Mon ay for Alexis Ill where he will prob bly make his home Lestio Pool Contractor and builder began yesterday repairing altering and adding to Mr and Mrs C W Evans pleasant home on Louisville street Miss Anna Klncheioe leaves today for a protracted visit to her sisters Mrs E B Norton of Bonta California and Mrs L B McCu ins of National J City California jli Mrs Herbert Beard returned Sunday j from a visit to Mrs 51 Pate of Hop insville I Thos Mather was the guest of Prof in Martin of Irvington Sunday Dr Arthur Mather and family left Monday for Marlon for his ministerial for the ensuing year Universal regret is felt at their leaving To all eople they endeared themselves Re morality and education in our are all debtor to tho Doctors laving given two years of his power toII His liberality and plea for theII brotherhood of man makes all men feel I iis mission is to build up all that Is t r W M ttIfftlLI U JItIIN IetW VI A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned a Are Your Dollars Earning For Your You can find no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in thee BANK 0 rF CLOVERPORTwith theI interest compounded semiannually and no better way of paying your bills IpaymentIalways cater to their wants IPq M MN WWs1tMiMV4hh M1 V M 1V tJV tfWA1W 111 ai1 tHIi1RIll1 IIi11rlI1itHfli11IIi1 11 Some Coal is Like Paper SJ IItcatches fire quickly and burns up more Iquickly Resultthe minimum ofae 1 tual heat Some coal is like rock it will Ihardly catch fire at all t Medium1Ilit Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Heat IIIW a I SaI1 II Order Winter Supply Now Spoitsville or Bas kett Coall And Youll be Saiisfied 9JJ goodIttd help the cause that needs as sistanceMiss Bettie Hook after several weeks visiting Mrs Gus ID Shelhnan and other relatives left Monday for a visit to her brother before returning to Gulf Port Miss Mr and Mrs Martin F Jarboe of Denver Col are visitidg Mr andMrs Louis Jarboe and other relatives in the county A X Kidcheloe was at home Sat iurday and Sunday He has been onI the road since July He left Monday for Sardina his territory with Rouse Hempstone Co of Baltimore Mr and Mrs E C Sademvater of Irvington were the guests of Mr and Mrs Lum Davis Sunday and Mon dayIf the best is not too good for you Lev isport Best Hour is the flour you uoght to use Sold by J H Gardner Big Meeting At Glendeane Col Ernest Robertson of Glendeane was in Hardinsburg Monday and said great interest is being manifested In the revivall that is on at the Baptist church there Rev T T Martin the evangelist has charge of the services and is a fine preacher Mr and Mrs Sch llleld of Campbellsville are the special singers Reading Club Opens The Ladles Reading Club has Its first meeting of this season tomorrow afternoon The members will be entertained by Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven Leave Today Rev German P Dillon and Mrs Dillon left today for their new home at Greenville where Rev Dillon was appointed to take charge of the Methodist chuch Previous to their departure they were extensively entertained r yr 0You Read The Blue Grass 1PFarmer Edition of The Lexington Herald This is the regular Monday morning news edition containing in addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news pertaining to the farming interests of the Blue Grass section of Kentucky 100 VoJanuaryMore than fourteen months of a good news and farm paper combined for the above small amount Order now and get advantage of the full time THE LEXINGTON HERALD LEXINGTON Incorporated KENTUCKY i J U Aa PubItc Sale I willsell to the highest bidder on TUESDAYOCT n at my residence 1 mile vest of Webster Ky on my farm as follows HORSES MULES CATTLE SHEEP AND HOGS FARMING IMPLEMENTS of ALL KINDS Also my farm containing 200JJacres ill good state of cultivation Sale begins at 10 oclock a m Terms made Known on Day of Sale D AucrlonWM HALL p y I Mr Brown Hurt Sari Brown the confectioner hurt his back severely lastweek while lifting freight Mr Brown is improving slowly Work On Bridge Resumed The work of repairing the Clover Creek Bridge was delayed last week on account of heavy rains but the men remaking hay now while the sun shines and much progress is expected to be KCcosJpHsbedJLi weekr mt I t Mrs Farrington Dead Father Brey was called to Haws vllle yesterday morning to conduct tfr funeral of Mrs Farrlngton who died in0wcnsboro For a number of years she had charge of the Commercial t Hotel at Hawesville Mr Henry Boyd AbroadF 1 Henry Boyd af New York is tikia J an extensive tour in Europe z4Je ts writing a series of intereHtiag itttwsw i about his foreign travel fortteiJtwcky Clarion 9 wtiTf F n r ui t r r Q 1 i CATARRH RemedyFIYSJ Elys Baim AMBAI- Mr r quickly absorbedR COLD Gives Relief al Once Kt4- It cleanses wottiesH YFEVER PpPbrCatarrh and drives away a Cold in the ERstoresatDntgfstsEly Brothers 50 Warren Street New York She Breckenridge NewsIJI WEDNESDAY OCT 12 1910 I r RUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I I For Precinct and city Offices 2 nII For County Offices For State nnd District Offices1500- For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For All Publications iu the inter est of individuals or expression Of individual views per line 10 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE I mt GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES i1S5151k t IStAi1SIS1i15tASIhti11AS0AS1 U 31 I- fI Local Laconics IIfMitit 151i1 i1SISiS111i1SQitASIilAit1111kity- C J Campbell was in town Saturday PoD Plank was in Chicago last week V riss Luia Severs went to Louisville today Girls get busy arid win this fine 400 pianoVEd Dickey has been visiting in Eli zabethtownThe Polk of Tobinsport were here Monday Harvey Wilson of New Mexico has returned home Buy your shoes at Sippels and get piano certificates Dr McDonald was in Louisville last week On business Mrs Marion Bernard went to the fair at Owensboro Mr and Mrs W H Bowmen went to Louisville last week John Newton went to Glendeane Sat urday to visit friends Pianocertificates given with every tiash purchase at the Shoe Store Mrs Lamb of Rockunrt is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tate A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Sam Bishoff Monday Iron Elder of Louisville has been visiting Mr and Mrs James Benin Miss Julia Greenwood of Irvington has been visiting Miss Margaret Carter Louis Powell of Owensbnro and Miss Nellie Stocker of Louisville have returned home after a vWt to Miss Ruth Faith Master Arthur John Lawson is ill at the home of his parents iu the West EndFloyd Carter went to Webster Sunday to be the guest of Miss Myrtle Lyddan Dr Lightfoot and Mrs Lightfoot went to Hardinsburg in their automobile Monday I Mr and Mrs James Lawson of Lou isville are the guests of Mr and Mrs John Lawson Jess Owen was home from the South to spend Sunday with his parents Dr and Mrs Owen E E Sandefur of Henderson was the guest of Miss Esther Mae Jackson Saturday and Sunday John D Bubbage jr representing the American Type Founders Co was home from Nashville Sunday Mr and Mrs D S Richardson and daughter Miss Sallie of Union Star spent Sunday in Louisville Chas l alon leads the Epwortl League next Sunday night and nil Leaguers are requested to be present Eli Storms of Mcbaniels and Yes Smith of Glen Dean were in Owens boro lust week to see thefair that dill not come off E E Greenwood was in town Saturday He says he loft one acre of to bacco and twelve acres of corn during the heavy rains Mrs James Cordrey will take special interest in mail orders for millinery Last week she expressed several beauti ful hats that were made by special ordersMiss Ora Hendricks left Saturday t attend the State Sunday School Convention at Winchester Miss Hendrick- is one of the most interested Sunday School workers of Breckenridgie countyGilbert Houston who has been ill at the Cloverport Hotel was able to betaken to his home in Tennessee Friday His father who came here last week ac companied him Mr and Mrs Win Hoffious went to Owensboro Sunday to see her parents Mr and Mrs Moser They were ac companied home by her sister Mrs Norris who has returned home All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in atq lizers That it is a wonderful remedy for Nasul Catarrh is proved by an ever ncretising muss of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the ender airpas sages It allays the inflammation anti goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate oltl cases have yielded in a fw weeks All druggists 75c Including spraying tube or mailed by lily Bros 56 Warren Street New Yorko I FARM FOR SALE I am offering my farm of 29 acres located in Stprottrt Bottom for snlo This is a good small farm with splen did Gi room house gooa frame barn plenty of Willet nice young orchard apples pears peaches well fenced close to church school store railroad station splendid land and does not overflow For further information call on or write to me at Skill KyC Pe POLK I Henderson Route Notes 275 from Cloverport to Ileiiderso and return Oct Llth to llbtlt inclusive Return limit Oct 17th Acct Render son County Fair 300 Cloverport to Louisville ant re 18o15 mid 22nd Return limit 3 flAYS after res1 turn Ilimit Oct l7th Acct Pall race meeting I iow round trip rate Summer Tourist Tares 011 BhleJune 1st to Sept 30 inclusive returning not later than Oct 3lHt HonieteeVetB rates to the West und soulhwes Isfaud 3rd Tuesdays 8 10 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept fy 1910 inclusive good to return reaching Cloverport not later than midnight of Sept W 1010 Also 1720 for the round trip on Aug01 Sept 7 14 and 21 1910 good to return reaching Clo verport within 7 days from date of sftle Low oneway rates California Aug 25 to Sept 0 inclusive and Oct 1st to 1gU1 inclusive Will Meet At Nw Bethel The Farmers County Union will meet at New Bethel school house Friday Oct 14 at 10 oclock a m The Famous Rabow Is the Lamp or Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps The Rayo gives a white soft mellow diffused lighteasy oh the eye because it cannot flicker You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain The Rayo Lamp is lowpriced and J even though you pay 510 or 20 for other lamps you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the lowpriced Rayo gives A strong durable shadeholder holds the A shade on firm and true This seasons new burner adds strength and appearance Once a Rayo User Always One Dealers Everywhere U not al yours writ for dtfcriptlvt circular to the nearest agency of the Standard Oil Companyr Incorporated + TLVx + 1- ELIELI ELIrLts I- INT YjTIT bCS7 Yi 7 T + For SaleCoal Oil and Flour OHSALK Hf8t Coal Oil and lest Flour Wo want you to try our oil and Hour ItrliiK UHtuony or produce and we will give ersDillyFor Salelarge Red Jersey Boar COU S LKA 1irEO red Jersey boar good 1 iKJcJIifro Apply to Moravia Stock farm BrunClollllUlt ICy For Sale or TradeStorehouse Fn SA LEOr t udivUoriliouju and wurc ut Surniiei also sump firmlnsj land oil easy terns Milt Miller II rdlnsburiK fr Sale or TradeJack- FOR fI ALEOrtnirtn tilurk Tuck 7 years horfurtliTluformutluii u I on or address W I IIiiibvmotl Glen Ioan Ky For SaleSaw Mill ONRltlhorMMiiiwrr tlou saw mill com I flour Stipliens port Ivy rniiiiuiB every day lining KHC biisliuH Will sell nasoimbl nod turn alll contracts over to imrrlniMT Good reason StepticnsportKy For SaleStock logs pOH SALE 0 head of 101a lid China stock poundCIIAS Tar SprlnKH 1 O Address Clovtrpcrt Ky For SaleFarm- FOR SA LEbarm of lOoacres near I arncd 200 yards of depot Good dwelling well and clstnrn linn orchard Rood land For further Information wrlto or call on W G Inynu horsed ICy For Sate Groceries and Confectioneries POU SALKJly entire stock of Groceries 1 and Confectioneries and storo room for rent C fc L Slppol Clovorport Ky For Sale Machinery FOR SALEat vtry low prices one lOliorse power OaarScott Traction engine olle 17 horsouower FrIck Traction engine ono McCormick Corn Shredder one saw rig ono liorseixjwiir Springfield traction engine uno 10 horsepower Stationary engIne Ad flros or call on IIuwcsvlllo Hub and MfR Co UlLweslIIe ICy For SaleScholarship SALRScholarghlp In tho Howling 1 Green University good In any do art meat of that University lireckonridgo News Olovorport Ky For Sale =Bank Stock FOR SALB Sly shares first State Hank Irvineton Ky Fletcher Juan ford Lebanon H y For Sale Seed Re- FoJt SALFSccI Ito lit BOcirts hushes on rd carkat Holt Ky lullus l uUihl e For Sale Good Farm Fun SALEGood fnnn 112 acres 14 miles Webster Good dwelling and rw houses Now Is your iippon unity to fu a good farm chomp My reason for telling urn going Wet wtllseitfarmnnnoeropalito tohaccoa bar min L 0 Simmon Webster Ky r rJA 1 Eyes Tested I IIframes Fitted Glasses Guaranteed JWatchesJ 11Jewelry I I Severs Drug Cot 4J p Subscribe this very day rIE mIIII r to is to have to Now offer thatI form Ladies All the newest in all silk lined nnd all Roods it will you to tfoo me you buy as I can save you and Boys A II the now for fall you will find lit my place Shoes I handle Star j f SPECIAL THIS WEEK w 2 II I 4foot step I iII Laddersrr I For OnlyI I FillC1 Regular price 50c We have just 25 at the W ljabove price Better get yours early1m JsC NOLTE VIA BRO ICLOVERPORT KY J FEED THAT FATTENS High Cotton Seed Hulls Write me COTTON SEED MEALandGrnd races before luyirg WILLIAM A BURNETT stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 Trip t- oLouisville 25Round1 Via Ls Hs St Ls RyH Sunday Oct 16 1910i uuTrain Leaves Cloverport at 709 a m Arriving Louisville at 1000 a in Returning Leaves Louisville at p m n Last chance to visit the Metropolis at Popular Excursion Fares t TICKETS GOOD ON SPECIAL TRAIN ONLY We d1End Do All Kinds of Job Printing I I A Man Should lo3Niltl1i Judge no the Effect of Each Suit He Buys c should satisfy himself before he buys that the clothes he fancies aresuitable HE his personality only way he can do that a wide assortment of styles and fabrics choose from and select carefully we can assortment in its highest and best viz Kirschbaum Clothes Coat Suits shades colors handtailored pay before money Mens Hats things tho celebrated Brand overypair THE Bourbon 925 The cut oil vamps Ask to see the shoo stronger than thu lawtho best work shoo made Dress GoodsB- lackI blue and Tan Pana ma nt per yard iJOC Mens Clothing I now have my now fall stock of Clothing in all tho now styles at prices that will suit your pocket Do nor fail to seo my lino before you hay as I have the most complete line of Clothing in the county Ask to see tho IlandTailored lino of Kirschbnum Clothes Price from 1250 to 1750 the best that can be made and all wool Ladies Hats Ready toWear I have a nice assortment of ladies ready to wear hILts at popular prices Big Line of Dry Goods Underwear Hosierya- nd everything kept in a ffirstclass storo you will find hero now at the lowest prices possible for rood merchandise You arc cordially invited to call and in sped my stock and get my prices before making your fall purchases m Ed FAlexander Irvington Ky u I J a n- t O I a JQti KEEPING DOWN THE COST Hut What Is the Distracted Housewife i to D01 Until the lawmakers and the professors of political science antI the rest of the wise ones have succeeded In r settling this little mutter of the cos of living to their entire and complete I satisfaction It behooves the house wives to go right on solving It for themselves Just as they have been trying to do for tho last dozen year orsoOf course It gives one a comfortable reassured feeling to know that the men are bestirring themselves In the matter but In the meantime the women must plod right on and make a bold attempt to make both ends meet WIth milk that Isnt clitlrely skimmed at 10 cents 11 quart and eggs at IC cents or 0 cents apiece The argument advanced that the original package with Its paper or cardboard wrappings adds to the expense of the food bpught Is true enough In the old days when we bought cereals In bulk as well ns drier fruits tapioca raisins and In fact al most every other edible that now comes put up In packages we doubt less paid less for them Somebody of course must pays for the wrappings and that somebody Is very naturally the consumer But what Is the dlstrncted house keeper to do It Is cold comfort to tell tier how much she pays for cardboard boxes when she has just finished reading a touching appeal In some magazine urging her to use these pack ages on account of their cleanliness Avoid the common cracker barrel the open meal sack In fact all unprotected foods in which germ laden dust may find residence Is the cry And so the thing goes around In n circle and the only way out of It is a fresh resolve to watch the little leaks a little closer One cooking authority thinking that abe was making an illuminating sug gestion In tho matter writes complac ently Instead of expensive steaks and chops substitute omelets or poached eggs whenever possible Thats higher entertaining now Isnt It and helpful to the frugal house wife She would have done better to- have reversed her advice and said Instead of the tasty omelet as a breakfast dish substitute a good thick porterhouse steak It will bo cheaper the o days But happily there are other things besides eggs and meat which will make a good meal and it is the busl ness of the housewife to find them It oftou happens that the easy things that cnn be quickly prepared are more expensive than some of those dishes which take a little moro time and thought to make palatable A piece of meat to fry is notch loss trouble than something which is cooked in a casserole with vegetables to add flavor and variety But tho dilTercnco In cost Is worth whllo A Few Cures As this Is the line for sunburns mosquito bltoa Ivy potion hero are some euros To prevent sunburns before being ex posed put a little cold cream on the exposed parts and dust with talcum powderTo sunburn put one ounce of epsom salts In one pint of cold water wet a cloth in tho solution and put on tho burns If badly swollen wet cloths I every twenty minutes until better For ivy poison make a moist paste of bicarbonate of soda and apply soy eral times u dliy Dont scratch mosquito bites you may get blood poison Touch the blto with common household ammonia It will relieve at once If caterpillars should got on any part of tho body dust with a little corn starch It will stop time itching nt once A Dainty Party Frock This dainty little party frock for the young girl Is extremely simple and may bo easily laundered yet If made of fine flowered organdie will bo pretty s g OP FLOWERED OHOANDIE enough for the most dressy occasion The frock from which the design was drawn is of white organdie sprinkled over with a tiny yellow Gower the Trill about the nock and sleeves being of white Paris muslin baud cmbrold l wed and plaited A beading In which black velvet has been run finishes the neck and sleeves while the girdle Is t black tan velvet i3 I Nervous 111 was very nervous writes Mrs Mollie Mirse of Carrsvilie Ky had- palpitation of the heart andi IrregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took- I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but 1 am lots better since taking Cardui E 54 eThe I UI Womans Cardui is Tonicjj sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Carduij had herself been cured ot serious female trouble by Cardul so she knew what Cardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you too Wont you try it Please do Science Becoming a Nuisance Steadily medical science Is closing nil avenues of safety Time was whet man might do pretty much as he pleased and live Now whatever he I may do Is deadly The Chicago health department has Just issued n warning I pelIlucidlurks in all of its hideous forms Also I to quaff a cooling from the Old Oaker Bucket Is dangerous What to drInk was long a matter of price rather that choice But now it Is a matter ot neither choice nor price The million alre as wellas the pauper confronts death whenever he drinks or eats It Is unkind of science to point out so i many dangers and not to Indicate anj paths of safety that the ordinary per son will be content to travel Perhaps the most comfortable thing if not the safest to do Is to take a chance now I and then und refuse to be alarmed Trusting these few lines etc CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo I of U i I SAFEGUARD OF ALL FREEDOM I Without Liberty of the Press the World Would Return to Its Old Barbarism Tho liberty of the press is the high goernment1Ours like a great exulting and abounding river It is fed by the dews of heaven which distill their sweetest drops to form It It gushes from tho rill ns ItI breaks from the deep caverns of the i earth It is augmented by a thousand aflluents that dash from the mountain top to separate again into a thousand bounteous nnd irrigating streams aroundOn broad bosom it bears a thou sand barks There genius spreads its purpling sail There poetry dips Its sliver oar There art Invention discovery science morality religion may safely and securely float It wanders through every land It has a genial cordial source of thought and Inspiration wherever It touches whatever It surrounds Upon its borders there grows every flower of grace and every fruit of truth- SometimesI that river oversteps its bounds Sometimes that stream becomes a dangerous torrent and de I stroys towns and cities upon Its banks But without it civilization humanity government all thut makes society Itself would disappear and the world would return to Its ancient barbarism Edward D Baker Impure blood runs you down makes toi an easy victim for organic diseases Burdock Blood Hitters purifies the blood cures the causebuilds you up Worlds Oldest Tree The recent rose show given in Paris by the French Horticultural society recalled the fact that the oldest rose tree In tho world is believed to bo one which grows on a wall of the cathedral at Hlldeshelm Germany Elev enthcentury records make mention of expenses Incurred by caretakers of the cathedral in maintaining this tree which covers the wall to n height of twentyfive feet and Is twenty inches thick at the root NOTICE When sending a news item to this of flee please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of jterest Editor L ft i A NOBLE RED MAN Ho Was Not the Stately Chief Woln ley Expected to Meet Lord Wojselcy was St atlumied in Cai ndn miitiy years ugh On uiic occuxlo he spent a holiday In the vlld luillt big a wlgNvum mid priiitlrlng gttcra Ily vliut we Hhoiild now vail the1 bllck to nut uru cure It was soon utter his arrival In the country mul us the ntcitim of votmm oicsuluu trite stillI somewhat prim tlve h hud never seen nn Indian 111111 was wogt anxious tto pinks the red mans IIlCIUII lilt II IIlC Sumo friends ot Ills promised to send one or two to sel him as there was an encampment not very far away At lust one morning Lord Wolselo was informed that u chief hind clIlIcd to see him With his mind full of the Iniiviiitliiiial Indian a man of com nianding presence arrayed In all the glory of paint and feathers he eager stepped outside his wigwam to mal his acquaintance Hut he Deceived ia ride shock when he found a wlzcnci gentleman dressed In n tattered frocl coat and ancient waistcoat However the general stifled his at tonlshmiiit and played the genial host although horribly bored at the Inces stunt chatter of the Indian who bad been In the service of the Hudson Day company mind therefore could spew broken ngllsh faIrly fluently At length anxious to get rid of bls visitor he took a twentylive ceut phve out of his pocket and fearing he might be grossly Insulting his visitor presented it to him The latter took It looked at it care fully felt tile edges anti then said htCan you rank It half dollar THE WET RAIN There Are Several Varieties and All Hove Their Whims Ruin is principally composed ot water but It should not be confuse with mining stock Main always comes on Sunday after noons and wash days Wash day may be changed to any dnj InI the week systematically or Indls irlmlnately but the rain will come Sunday afternoon however canno be changed to troy other afternoon The rain will hold off until you an ready to go hiving and then the wort will be passed along the mysterloui nirrents of the air and n double order of cirrus ami cumulus will be hurrlct III from the west Also In th morning when you lent home and furry your umbrella nmI raincoat the rain will go away am sulk Hut If you take heart of the fair sky anti leave the umbrella miC uther trimmings then 1 the rain will snit until yin leave the olllcc anti then et you Incidentally It will tuck n few grip mid rheumatism germs Intc our systeiK Rain Is gHd for the crops but why It takes you for n crop Is hard to un Jerstand Itnln never brought fame to any OIK xcept Noah Probably on the day tin food began he watched the last picnic arty drive out of town In n bus shout ing sarcastic things at him through tin dust s There are several varieties of ruIn jut the OIH most popular with the iveather bureau is called Probably Chicago News A Great Assistance Good morning greeted time young mUll III alit threadbare suit The millionaire turned around In bls- plulh chair Krf think you Ihave the advantage of Ins you nt man he said distantly VaI t dont you remember me sir- ensI broke Two years ago you told ne If 1 over went broke to como round and see you The millionaire beamed u beneyoloir tulle So I did my son so I did hero IIs the envclopts all ready for you The youiu man took the bulky en elope and his spirits rose like the niicury oiU July day Ah a lithe assistance I suppose Xo a great assistance It Is a vain bio little pamphlet 1 wrote during 1113 pure tithe entitled How to Be Broki Ilnd Happy Chicago News Persian Shawls The shal ot Kerman whence our vutd shawlis made of goats hair Like the carpets time shawl patterns ire learned by heart and the work Is cell truer Children also do this work It Is estimated that Herman turns out 1300000 worth of shawls handmade u year Time finest product is a fir cone utleni a rich color effect made espe tally for the governor of the province who wears Ir as a robe of honor on the Jerslan New Years day He Got Her Its so long since you called upon me said the girl as she came down to the young moan In the parlor rthat 1 was beginning to think you were for etting me I am for getting you replied the mart youth and thats why Ive flied tonight Can 1 have you A Real Crisis Johnnie do you understand what Is meant by a crisis Yes mum Tell us Johnnie Two out an the bases full mum Buffalo Express His Big Dill Guest How long Is this lease ot your hotel to run Hotel ClerkWhat oase Guest Tne one I Just gave you the money for New York Press Despotism may cavern without faith lit liberty cannotDe IOcnuncllla u ifrr ir1 III11iIll I The Cloverport Ice Coy JI4 Ihours Write or telephoneri J iJJla i tention 1 fij1m j f Marion VVeathertiolt Secyerr w i r L L 1L L L r i x4 l EVERY FARMERA- s I well as every business man should have a bank account WHY I BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else puyjnjr your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher fortthe debt it pays JMOlleyA bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save 1 This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend ourserviccs1The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Bardinsburg Ky1- lII I iW H BOWMEK President A B SKILIMAN Cashier F L LIGHTKCOT Vic Plesidut O T SKIUMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRJLCKINRIDGE G BANKL A I Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 f 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three pa ics and paid everyiiT i legitimate1 claim to its full amount en deinand Never scaled a checkT 0 g An absolutely Safe Place todo Business 3 per cent on T1n Deposits 5- I en DIRECTORS 1B Skillmiin Con ad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmorui JJno C Jurboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher n a rT = n JUST QUESTION OF KNOWING Monopolist Explains to Plain Cltlzet Why He May Stand on Lat ters Foot You aro standing on my foot said tho citizen to the monopolist- Ah you must not think of that goodnaturedly replied the monopolist It Is sordid and pessimistic You should think of the higher things or life Yes but It hurts argues the cltl zen That may be but remember that 1 It Is only through trial nnd tribulation tjitit we learn to make something or ourselves Blessed are the meek Yes but why should you stand ot my toot 1- II see you are Inclined tp think or yourself that Is wrong admonished the monopolist in a gentle tone Rather you should contemplate the good I have done In the world That may all be true but I thInk I shall have to ask you to get off mj footBeing a Christian gentleman replied the monopolist very gently f take no umbrage at your unkind not to say unreasonable request Bui what you ask Is unconstitutional and I must Insist on my constitutions rights I have a franchise to your foot That Is the legal phase of it But there is also a moral l side I have become accustomed to that mode ot standing For you to try to change U now would be nothing less than un patriotic Notwithstanding all that I must In slst that you get off my foot In that case my dear sir I shall have to appeal to the courts and gel out an Injunction against you Do you deny that it is my foot 1 hotly demanded the citizen I do not deny that in a sense it Is your foot blandly returned the mo nopollst but I think I can show that 1 have a controlling interest in it Ellis O Jones in Li- feChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORiA OVER 65 YEARS- EXPRRIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DEVIQNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anyone sendtna A ketob end description may- quickly ascertain our opinion all Ihrentlon U probably HANDauOioniatentatloM trlctlY conCdelltA4l sent free Oldest egeseyforaeourxt patents Patents tIn C0 receive tptcial notice without charge in the Sdtntlfit Mmerkaw A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr nutation of any iclentino journal Term IS a year four montbi L Sola braiinewsdealerL 1I1to Wallltoa Do lo A1 iI 1 AI ti fr tH Teaching Correct Speech A woman of culture and travel has made a glorious success teaching con rect speech It is surprising how much Incorrect speech there is among our educated people They cling ti provincialisms incorrect pronuncia tions wrong use of words and un musical intonations The southerner holds to the soft rless utterance of his mammy days the middle west erner flattens his vowels the Boston Ian throws his rs completely out otI Joint This woman undertook to cor rect such errors and teach a pure perfect English speech to a few young women She became so successful that she was compelled to start a school of correct English which has grown to great proportions This par ticularly promising field is open in DellneaItor A WEIGHTY REASON It Told Why One of the Nineteen Com missions Was Executed Before a certain gentleman set out for Japan and India his relatives gave him errands One wanted an Indian shawl another n sliver Buddha a third a chryselephantine carving and so on till the list of commissions was appalling lIe agreed however to fill them so far as possible But wined he returned ho had executed but one of the nineteen commissions that had been given him Ho had brought back only the chrysele phantine carving This he gave to one smiling cousin amid the disappointed looks of the other relatives Why the disappointed ones asked had be eXe- cuted that one particular commission and disregarded the rest The traveler smiled It happened ho began quietly that each of you had written your commission on a sheet of paper On the second day of time voyage out I took all these sheets of paper train my notebook opened them and spread them on my lap as I reclined in my steamer chair The nil was very still at the time but suddenly u brisk wind sprang up and every sheet was blown away ex cept that of Cousin Max Maxs sheet was weighted down with the gold coin ho had given me to pay for his care ingStjamesGazetteAdvertising the Key note of success Notice That resolutions of respect arcI published at 5 cents per UnAI Please do not sendobituaries fo the News without expecting to pay for the publication flof this kind of matter t u r fIIIII r L D tJ THE c LOUISVILLE TIMES I FOR 1910 CI BRIGHTER BETT RtBIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THESLOUISVILLE DTIMES isi500 a year If you will send your order to us you r can get I The Breckenfidge News AND TH- ELouisville f Times BOTH ONE YEARII t For Only 450JJ The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Ilns the best corps of cor respondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip lion Right Away tp this paper not to The Louisville Times ct tJ e I ja- l rur y y 4 WE WANT YOUR Eggs Chickens Turkeys I Lambs Calves Hides Tallow Beeswax or anything you have to sell inthe way of pro duce Our facilities for handling Eggs Land Poultry are the very best Have a large house specially adapted for handling and shipping We pay the highest market price inspot cash and make prompt returns to shippsrsQ l WE SELL Flour Feed and Ice Ask E H Sholltnan Co bankers and First State Bank r J Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff and depend on getting the bestlprico the market affords A D Ashcraft I DIRVINQTON Y- Bro tI 4 WOOD AIRSHIPS TO CROSS ATLANTIC IN 48 HOURS German Plans to Utilize Trade Wind With Powerx William Rettig of Berlin Is complet Ing an airship he says will make th trip from America to Europe in forty eight hours It is 42GV6 feet long 451 feet beam and traveling at an altitude J of 3000 feet will carry thirty passen gersHerr Rettig Instead of being a visionary Is a distinguished architect engineer and scientist Furthermore Herr Rettig is nego tinting with an American company tc construct several airships the com pony Intending to organize a super atlantic airship line oun strictly bust ness basis Herr Rettig said Reckoning that the trade wlnds which it is established blow across the Atlantic at a height of 3000 feet have a speed of thirty miles an hour r ljrhlcb is not uncommon and calcu mating that my airships speed will increase the pace at least thirty miles an hour as It will my ship will easily traverse the distance from the Amer lean to the European coast In about fortyeight hours Wooden airship sounds fanciful and when the aeronautical experts first heard of Herr Rettlgs Invention they shook their heads almost sadly It happens that Rcttig knows what he is talking about He Is an expert ip woods There is scarcely any test of the resisting power weight and other qualities of the woods most used that he has not made He Is building his airship of Cana dian fir and he declares that 2000 times as muchgns escapes through the stuffs that balloons are made of now as leaks through fir wood Besides the fir Is very light find Immensely strong- I shall carry about thirty passen gems from America and about fifteen from Europe he said Of course there will be proper sleeping accommodations SWISS BUILD WONDER BRIDGE Over Two hundred Feet High hand a Thousand In Length Switzerland today has In the process of construction a railway bridge which when finished will prove one of the most stupendous fcyits of engineering skill In the world The bridge is being constructed cross the Welsbach and Is a part of 1rhe new Swiss railway line connecting i Toggenburg with Lalfe Constance It is over 20 feet In height and 1000 feet In length but these figures do not convey an lien of the stupendousness of this Immense structure Tremendous obstacles have had to be overcome in constructing tho railway Including tile building of eight other viaducts totaling n mile in length be sides several tunnels that have had to- Ile cut through the solid rock The en tire line is only twenty miles long The herculean task of bullillng the TVclibach bridge however onuses nil tho othcr constructions of the line to pale Into Insignificance It Is n tfe mpndous structure built upon pyram Idal columns which appear like glani h sectioned legs of some curious crawl fag lasect as one stands far down the i river valley and looks upward Kills a Murderer k Lt merciless murderer is Appendicitis I with ninny victims But Dr KIn- gsiNew JMfe Pills kill It by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver andowa1s preventing that clogging that invites appendicks curing Const patjloQ Headache Biliousness Chills = 25cXt Severs Drug Cog i g ft SubscribeI tOday J o 11- fj = Had Sables Mixed While shopping In Shenandoah PaI Mrs Katie Dumshock of Contralto loft her ono month old daughter in a gocart outsldo of a department store and when completing her purchases began to push homo a carriage which she apparently thought was hers After traveling several squares Mrs Dumshock noticed her error and be came so frantic that officers had to restrain her A search was made throughout tho town and with newspaper assistance the lost child was restored to the dis tracted mother Forced To Leave Home Every year a large number of poor snff erers whose lungs rut sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly mid not al ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure you lit home It cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of CalauiiueArk when all else failed arid I gained ITlbs in weight Its surely the King ofall cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positive 1 ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles sOc and X100 Trial bottle free at Severs Drug Co CHINESE REVERE THE PRESS Burn Old Papers In Pagodas Fearing Blindness Two yours ago the retting Gazette celebrated its millenary Originally li appeared at intervals and In n very rudimentary form Today it Is mod ern its dlnnvil publication being three editionsGreat charges have beeu made In fifty years and since the Boxer rebel lion the mincer and boldness of the newspapers have increased There are seven different styles of writing viz the ancient the literary the tlowery the common the demlvulgalre tho familiar and the epistolary Tho papers for the people ifre printed In the common styl nnd some have adopted the new alphabet sanctioned by the governmentGreater Is shown to press In Cliirxi than in Other thoI Old papers are never put to base usesI They arc collected find burned In tho pagodas Tbv ChInn man believes I that profanation of newspapers is followed by blindness AVIATION SUNBURN IS LATEST Atlantic Citys Curious Ones Victims Dilatory Air Sailors Cause The flying machine demonstrations nt Atlantic CUy boomed the sale of sunburn lotion Bathers remained in the surf for e longer period than they planned whet they first entered the breakers because of the tantalizing postponement by aviators from hour to hour awaking the wind to die downOthers rcmeuicd exposed to the sun 5n the bench and on the board walk for like rensoiiJi When the sun Is bril liant it leaves its caress or impression upon nil exposed cuticle and there and thousands of visitors who suffered what they csll aviation sunburn The druggists had Just the thing to re llqve the smarting with the resultant effect of tills tilling rapidly Edwards loath Affects Styles obl fashionable next fall men must wear rnournlng the advance styles being black patterns with just a sprinkling ef white spots to relieve In a slight degree the somber effect London Is mourning the death or King Edward and London Is where they reate BtyJp for J11cn 1 Subscribe 0 c J CORNER IN SEWING ROOM How a Practical Woman Utilized Small Space Successfully- It Is always practical to have a corner specially reserved for sewing In most houses the Hewing room Is Iden titled with the bedroom br even the living room and what would ordina rlly bo the distinctive appointments ot- a sewing room are kept under cover or behind a screen Ina room or even part of n room specially allot cd to them such things would give an appearance of cozIness and prac tical comfort A sewing machine a wire dress model a workbasket a darning bag and other things which would give a characteristic air to a separate little sewing room only serve to give n bedroom or other room where they aro kept an untidy and crowded appear ante Some housekeepers try to make their sewing paraphernalia take as little space as possible but even to tho most methodical this Is no easy task An assorted bundle of clothes stock ings flannels and other things that are waiting to be mended before being put away Is always an eyesore to those members of the family who are ab sent for the greater part of the day and should the housewife deckle tot provide for herself some space bo It ever so small where these articles can be kept the Idea Is sure to be fa vorably accepted by every one Sometimes the machine Is wedged Into tho remote corner of a cupboard but even when this Is the case It Is a great nuisance to drag out when It Is wanted It is the easiest thing to Improvise n sewing room In your own bedroom with the aid of a folding screen boo hind which the sowing machine a chair n small table and the baskets and bags that accumulate in such numbers can be kept A dress stand may be added but this Is not necessary unless one docs AN INGENIOUS IDEA sewing for outsiders The home sew er will perhaps prefer the space to tile company of such a bulky article when slip has her daughter or sister who Is ready to try on at any time Tho idea of a loge screen tally appear to disadvantage as an expensive article but there is a way in which Its cost can be minimized Probably one has an old clotheshorse which has seen so much service that it is no longer useful for its original work A man or even a boy cnn often render it firm with some binding which can be bought for a few cents at any furniture repairers Cover the horse with sonic turkey red or a cheap cretonne that will tone with the room and fit the Inside with a number of pockets large ones for patterns and smaller ones for reels of cotton wool scissors thimbles tape buttons etc Once tried such a screen will be proved to be an Invaluable article and Its cost earl he reduced to a small Item A screen can be bought ready male but it will not be so easy to make the pockets as on one that has been made at home Another useful article Is a sewing apron Of course every woman tins n sew ing apron of some kind but the one I mean is slightly different Of somo white wash material make an ordinary apron Imt make It much longer than your dress and If possibly with the selvedge at the bottom Turn up the hem about halfway in tho front stitch it firmly nt each side and by sltchlng this pocket down In two or three places a useful apron will be the result In the several pock ets small pieces of work can bo kept without danger of nosy says Ilomu NotesAs the sowing inachine is a piece of furniture that suffers much wear and tear through even ordinary use ninny women believe In keeping a cover for It This is most essential with an old machine where tho wheel work and much of the mechanism are exposed to the dust A cover of print or tur key red should be made to fit with a deep flounce and this will look nlco In a room where the machine has been prevlouslyan eyesore Egg Snow For Invalids Some patients very much dislike tuk lug raw eggs although this form of nourishment Is frequently recommend ed by their doctor Prepared In this way the egg is transformed into a dainty which is readily taken Sep arate the yolk from the white of tho egg and beat tho lattorto a stiff froth add to the yolks a teaspoonful of new milk sugar to taste add suspicion of orange or lemon Juice or the junco of fresh garden fruit Stir in the white and pour all into a tumbler Corn Oysters Mix Into a pint of grated green corn three tablespoonfuls of milk one tea cupful of flour a piece of butter the size of a hickory nut one teaspoonful 1 of salt half a teaspoonful of pepper and one egg Drop It by dessertspoon full Into n little hot butter and saute It on both sides It resembles and has much the flavolf of fried oysters Serve hot on a warm platter VlIy r M WId1rNA I iNI AtM 1dN 1 I lIMdM IIIItMiNAA IN 11rW A IUl hirlVhVNi NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE But They DO Much They help to rent nnd sell real estate rent room secure positions find good helpQin fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted you have a Small Business and Want More Business IIIf Try a Breckenridc News Want Ad fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would helpfjyou I Write Call or Telephone y IIf not convenient to youtheleave uJat The News office I convenientaMJt JWV JWt81 tIP RATTLESNAKE BITES Simple Rules For Treatment If You Have the Nerve to Use Them The treatment of a rattlesnalc wound resolves Itself Into the uppll cation of a few very simple rules In the first place a person wounded by a snake usually does the very thing he should trot do that Is goes tearing ocr ititt top spMd for time nearest humai habitation thereby Increasing the clr illation amid disseminating the vlru through the system more rapidly Tin 1111111 should sit calmly down and bln his handkerchief around the limb lit1 It IsI a limb break off a stout twig nnd Insert beneath the handkerchief producing n rude tourniquet and twIst until the circulation Is effectually shu off With a slurp knife snake an X In rlsloti over ttime wound taking can to ponotriito deeper thou the fangs have done If ho has good teeth and no ranker In his mouth he may now suik vigorouslyI upon thet wound II dots no good to suck the original wound It Is julte dldlcult to get any virus back through an opening not fgreater in caliber than a fine needle If all this Is done without delay the chances nfl that the patient will smut for no greater Inconvenience from hits experience IIf he chances to hnve handy a stick of silver nitrate he car cauterize the wound thoroughly Fall lug that a brand from the lire will serve After n time he may release hits tourniquet somewhat and permit a portion of the retained blond to en ter the circulation The system is ca pable of taking care of a great deal of poison If It Is allowed to now Into the blood gradunJlJOutlng SET HIM THINKING The Reason His Wife Gave For Dis liking Postponements lust when sirs Ackroyd had finished packing her Crunks and after William Ackroyd timid bought railway tickets for her and their two daughters little Hesslc came down with a severe case of whooping cough The doctor posi lively refused to let the child start on a long journey and even if he had tthought It safe for the little one to leave home he assured Mrs Ackvoyd that she would not be permitted to take the patient Into a hotel anywhere Isnt It a shame tho distressed lady walled Here we are with everything In out trunks and my husband luis even bought our berths In the sleeperIt unfortunate but I dout know what you can do except sit down and wait four or five days It may be safe tlien for you to start away When herr husband got home that evening Mrs Ackroyd was weeping Dont take It so hard dear be said It might be a good deal worse Our little one is likely to get along all right The doctor says the case Isnt an unusually severe one and when I telephoned him this afternoon he said he thought It might be safe for you to start away by the end of the week I know He told me the same thing Rut I feel that well never go I never postponed anything yet that didnt turn out sadly 1 once postponed a wedding and the marriage never took place Half an Lour later William Ackroyd was still sitting In n corner alone thinking It over Chicago Record ald Carrying a Bundle- A stylish looking woman who looked as if she had rather die than carry a bundle that would It go Into a hand bag went Into the womens suit depart ment of a big store lugging a pasteboard box half as big as herself Other customers proHeut wondered at tier uu dignified iiitlon but tho saleswoman did not vender There fs one tme when the proud est woman on earth will carry a bun dIe she said That Is when none I garment bas been sent home finished off badly and has to be brought back for alterations If tho customer would only telephone to the store we would send for time garment but that would take time Silo Wants It finished with out delay and rather than wait she brings It down HerselfNew York Sun Chkllcir Q Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTCRIA If the best is not too good for you ewlsport Best flour tsthellour you aught to use cI =lJ t r I RURAL TELEPHONES I Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the fifj Telegraph5ji HFari1 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Incorporated Jpr r JII J THEIillnel Avenuec1uomostcentrallylocated city and making a 12 00 rate I Only one block from tbo princi I blocksIStreet cars pass the door toall i11 Louisville Kyplarts0ttheeity m neat and clean PIKE CAMPBELL MngrII I I Ir ttyO r eIstirlvrro0iR esr VsM tip VM rlhaM J LAND LAND LAND J JIsbrat lays mint on rnrtli Is the i urtli Itself and tilt best earth to Ir vest In I IIIIl Gt out 1niil ai tlio of TIMIS J he soil Is rlrhlund productive and you tuff Irow MM cii sof Whi n acne Itye Alfalfa Corn KHIincora Millet BlOom corn Sornlniiii Maize Alfultu I In the Panhandle of Texasy- ou run pet three r r follr crops of Alfulf i earl yei r whlih will avorace a ton to lip iii r ut Mitli culling Tim IIoIIr waiei fn m 25 to UO feet deep No cyclones 11101101 windsGuarantee 10001 Profits the Firstyear unycne wlol cycle M rtii ia of II bi IM o ti4i urn M I111 uuurantvp them tho named I rob tin i r i y nr in owl i tin I nve n in e tin first payment In wl urporltOii Ti i iiMiin lIt lur li any liiiik in Ivuitucky or Indiana as fori elt money Ifniili e dill 12 tumuli ti t citiinot M I ihiXhrctlon for the a buve lainedlrll uu Hi iiiti IDI I tlI Ir pt im inline on onehalt i eotlon a lid SSSOiiii iiiUiiiln s filoii IitllttiVUatrllI neutO1lC I J Ct CRU1CHIO R 4gt Webster Ky SPURCHASINGaye FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is gioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate of z5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use I PRINCIPAL Woe IBUSINESS COLLEGEJlfooaPOIUTau Second and Walnut Streots LOUISVILLE KY RIGHT NOWIs the time to subricribe for The- News and see what your friends are doing 100 a year fi We Do All HindsIofJob Printing FF- i f i r y1- s tJjUlJllIJI Llt q 4 IfJIU1 fIiI tIIIfr II lpr J f I Cjti Y 1y ilJ5 i IIf JII1 e i iN gv t i1I lf i fl 1 1II1II i 1I1 V Jf JIffi VIII t 1 II 0 o iI 1Icto =I o =00 II C II IoI II QII o0I10I II Qom looII IIoO Icto=OcII Ito 1 11 f 1000 MEN MADE HAPPY IN ONE YEARS TIME Jti By wearing WALKOVER SHOES purchased from Newsom Gardner Irvington Kyn n w 0 WALKOVERSHOES o Styles GaloreG- et that pair of Fall ALKOVEK Shoos novel Wo have 44 different styles to select 1 1frdtn Broad medium narrow and high toes Plain and fancy tips Gun metal Vici Tan und Patent leathers The selection is best now You must buy shoes soon anyway Buy them now One of them is Bridge Model Button Boot o Patent Leather Glove Kid Top Price 500 Others at 350 400 450 500 and 550 Newsom Gardner E Irvington Ky ll1 A of etc is tour we in Ii Ia n u 0 pavll i rI V I V II 10 C l I FrERIIUI have been a IW year or s in tke ttctrlcal business y rui b4gln to real ize how short a distance In even science lots led usN 1m Rl hasllI sibilities lire us yet ttnfuth omed Edison and other lenders are big enough and brave enough to say We are onlyon the threjhold tI There are hundreds and of men at work on problems the solv- Ing of which will trade and commerce and which will add to your business and social comfcrt One sometimes doubts whether the present has the bump of curiosity Or does it take more kindly to joy riding than to the wursuit of Go around to a night school and you will find two dozen Seven Leave L ridge For i To Find J Their Gold Mr and Mrs Charlie Avitt of Ray mond were the guests of Mr and Mrs 1 v Arthur Dwell last Sunday y Mr and Mrs pen Hardin were visit ingMrs HurdWs brother Will Bas 1 v- JC it The Best Stock of HighGrade Merchandise h Breckenridge County at Reasonable Prices Complete line of Fall and Winter Clothing Over coats and Rain Coats Men Boys and Children A Brand New Line of allwool Dress Goods in Broadcloth Serge Panama and Mohair all col ors at prices within reachof everyone The best line of Shoes in Kentucky for Men Women Children both everyday and Sunday Shoes combined with style andwear Every Pair Guaranteed 4 We carry at all times a complete line of Hats Caps Gloves Shirts Suspenders and Neckwear line In and U the most both and and carry of J uv i i 11III I I IIc2W LEE AT HIS IN thousands revolutionize generation sufficienty developed knowledge Families Brccken County Today California for the and J for their own and the worMs bntfit Go around to the dance halls night after night and you wllltfind two thou sand boys embracing two thousand more or lless empty they think they living And danc ing is all right as a diversion but not as a habit We rtad stories of Lincoln and his candlelight of Alexander Stephens and his studies aided by the light of a pine log We once heard of boys who trudg ed miles upon miles to and from school morning and night hungry for an edu cation But we dont hear so much of it nowadays Somehow we cannot get away from the seeming fact that each generation is producing more flashes and fewer steady flames The race for riches the feverish desire to do something in a day seems to have put frugality and plodding out of business But ever now and then we find I ham of Sinking Creek last Sunday Dr and Mrs J M Hardin of Bran denburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs A M Hardin Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Croush Fry mire were visiting Mr and Mrs A J Keys Sunday I Mrs Nannie Payne was at West Point last Sunday and Monday the guest Mrs Owen Keys Jasper Head was the guest friends at Ekrpn Sunday Wallace Blaine of Stephensporr was t some example of manhood which restores our faith in the old ideals In this instance it is a man physi tally encumbered by nature and near to helplessness from childhood He smiled his way through youth and he read everything he could get his fingers on He digested knowledge until knew the world better than those who do not read will ever Know it As maturity approached his mind developed amazingly The spark of of the inventive genius was alive in that brain Finding his vent he read andre read all thathe could get hold of per taining to machinery engineering and electricity The world is cold enough to men of bone and sinew ngdhealth apd strength but too often indifferent to the op posite in our town last week buying apples Davis Argabright and Eril Hashfleld left for California last Monday Clarence Payne killed two of the largest copperhead snakes that was ever killed in this neighborhood one day last week He found them in his to bacco patch where he was cutting to bacco Miss Dee Basham has given her school up at WafBut Grove and gone to Mon ticello Wayne county to take charge the school at that pl celIrs Lizzie Ater will take charge the Walnut Grove school n ha t7 I Did that man mind that Not he instead he buckled on the armor of knowledge and proceeded to storm the ramparts of commerce His ideas were laughed atbut not out of court His theories were scout edbut did not lade away With unabated zeal he returned to the attack again and again and finally an order for the product of his brain lead to an adequate test of the invention And he triumphed Today C Lee Cook runs his own factory is idolized by his workmen iis successful and happy Mr Cooks pursuits in history philosophy and literature have been as deep and general as his study of engi neering and electricity and he ha found time to write considerably on pany The protracted meeting at Walnut Grove commenced last Sunday The sale at Alx Rhodes last Saturday was largely attended and most every thing sold well Alx Rhodes wife and family Charlie Basham wife and family Tom Pike wife end family Bud Kolm wife and family Joe Robertson and wife Gus Badger and wife and Siloc Basham start for Caliifornia today Mrs Henry Gibson and Mrs June Bandy spent one day last week with Mrs Joe Robertson at Frymire Saxfon ptKwkkt vhfi bpaiht bout 7It tk ffi t t i t U p See our line o- fShirts Ajuj t Ties an- Suspenders i F i LIII 0 Ask about Hosiery 6 pair i guaranteed 6 months without a hole Price 150 per box all colors JI iR Everything in Groceries at 0 RockBottomf- l t h ei I P flceso a s ll J 1 cIc Miscellaneous Underwear and HosieryrOur Wash Goods Domestics Outings Underwear Hosiery Department offeracomplete the county you Wool Cotton Fleeced Unfleeced Ii IiWe extensive lines Rubber Goods embracing U A colorsCoats1 0 aw ofx NEWSOM GARDNER Irvingion Myrl I COOK FACTORY LOUISVILLE boysworkin- gLODIBURG headedgirlsand are of SundayI of of he of of LightningPublished Holeproof I IIIE 10JllQjlcl5llJill 10JIl V Ca Notice eve soJ hal poi l Ab A fagN0 por OCT 22 I1910sty- e I f has won tba Bothon ofBot just CiulKythemar best bidder consisting of the followingvilltft One span horses 6 and 7 years old Bea One mare 6 years old three milch I cows seven head cattle one and twO41 ap of M years old twentyseven head of sheepDuctk good stock ewes 300 bushels ofcornki robe withtwoi farming implements of all kinds pc vJ+ 4Sat gipssuppesI hMiss J Edd Roberts her pt 8000 bbls of apples this fall All have been and will be delivered at Lodihurg If the best is not too good for you Lewlsport Best flour Is the flouryou ought to use tDoai s Ointment cured me of eczema that had aqnoyed me a longtime The cure was permaueutHon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis tics Augusta Me tryNj f fr1 7 1 Father Norman Here F Monday Rev Celestine Bret wufe The annyaltorSundburgchurciHont atheb cyociat I besieged wltt1 visitors by the i BaSy wont suffer five mingts 11 croup if you apply Dr ThotaM1 KIOil atouce It acts like I magiccbes Dont forget to trjN day n J Itt Wentmr 5iS yi IVY yn 1 1