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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWSt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTt t tVOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KETUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910 S 1 Plilot1 NO 15T EVERYBODY WANTS TO GO TO LOUISVILLE Heads Of Houses Make Invita it lion To Trade At The Falls City Appealing llayor t1Barry Welcomes Them 1 Dr BRUNER RESPONDED 0 The Louisville Heads of Houses reach ed this port last Thursday evening j about supper time A largo crowd of Cloverporters were at the station to greet them and extend to them a glad hand Just as soon as the Boosters came from the coaches Mayor Barry stepped under the famous Tague light and delivered his address ot welcome It was gracefully tied up with sincer ity and gratefulness to Louisville He said just what all Cloverport thought and wanted him to say Short responses were made by Phil Laib and Dr Bruner the latter speak Ing in glowing terms of Cloverport people He said he knew them well having gong through the Spanish American war with one Clovorport girl I The heroine of his story was Mrs Fred I Ferry He wound up his remarks by telling about Louisvilles latch strings 1 and her gate the first wore out long ago and the gate had been taken off the hinges His speech made Clover port people feel that they would go to Louisville to trade even if they had to walk and carry their freight home After he concluded his address the band played Shall Auld Acquaintance be Forgot and Nolte Bros pennant of greeting kept time to the music floating in the air over their heads Notwithstanding a number of the party took the regular train to Louis ville at Owensboro several real live members of the Club were on the spec ial Among them was W T Kelly rep A1 resentative of the CourierJournal Harry T Almslee representing the i California Fig Syrup Co said Clover port was not so strange to him as he had heard Lewis Kin heloe speak of it so oftenJ Gathright of Harbison Gathright gave a cordial invitation to everybody he met to visit his house Arthur Board representing Swann Abram Hat Co had a good time shake Ing hands with old friends That thirty minutes stay in Clover port was nearly equal to eighty pages I of advertising for Louisville for each I Booster certainly talked well for his home city They assured Cloverport t that she would not only receive a good I hand shake and thirty days credit but would get a saucer of ice cream and a I street car ride on the side if she would just trade with Louisville There was only one sad feature to the Club and that was keenly noticed by the young girls All the Boosters were S married when they got back to Louis J villeBeautiful Home In Durant Oklahoma week Mr Sam Conrad received1 1Lasta postcard on which was the new home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes of Durant I T They moved into the I y fyjbse in August when it was just m completed The photograph shows It to be a handsome two story residence with a large Southern porch Smarts School Busy Saturday night a pie and ico cream supper was given at Smarts School House and 17 was cleared This will be spent to buy a bell for the school Miss Kathrlne Wroe the teacher and her pupils are taking great interest in this new school Simon Smart assistedv in giving the entertainment Halloween Reception The Epworth League will give their anneal Halloween celebration in the Sunday school room of the Methodist church The affair will be strlctly tcial and a good time is being planned by the committee Barn Burns 1 Charter BeAyinIs barn burned Sun night October ninth One horse I des bartlMR and feed w re burn 011 RIO Qflgtxof fire tilt A o n 1 1 i r IRVINGTON Announcement Of The Engage ment of Miss Herndon To Mr Waller Webster De feats College Team Mrs Bud Hendrick of Clover Creek and Miss Beatty Hook of Gulfport Miss who have been visiting Mrs T R Blythe left for Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs Ed Adkisson of Louisville spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Haynes Trent Mrs 13 F Taylor and children and Mrs O K Wallace of Corban Ky will leave this week for their home after being the guests of Mr and Mrs W W Holt Mrs Chas L Chamberland has returned from a brief visit to Mrs Ed montgomery in Louisville Mr Walter Harrison arrived Sun day from Sioux City Iowa Miss Maud House of Fordsvllle isI the guest of Mrs Brooks Mr and Mrs J B Herndon announ co the marriage of their daughter Miss Evelyn Herndon to Mr John Trice Waller of Hopkinsville Ky The wedding will take place in November Mr and Mrs L B Moremen have returned from Louisville after a few days visit Mrs J B Randall of Cloverport spent Monday in the city as the guest of Mrs C L Chamberlin Gall on Wroe for fresh groceries Go to Miss Laura Hale for beautiful winter millinery Miss Ira Mudd and Mrs Florence Gregory of Louisville came down Sat urday to visit Mr and Mrs J M Mudd Mrs Jeffries returned to Frankfort after being the guest of Mr and Mrs ColemanRev Mrs May who have been visiting at Campbellsville Ky has re turned home Tom Lyddan bought a line car load of cattle in Louisville last week Wroe will buy your chickens eggs and butter for cash or trade The material has arrived for the building of Mr J M Herndons house in Woodland avenue and thej erection will begin at once Mrs Nannie Williams left monday for her home in Mt Vernon Ill after a months visit to her daughter MrsI Lydia A Jolly One of the best ball games of the sea son was played here Saturday after noon between the College boysand the Webster team The score was 13 to 12 in favor of Webster This was the first game for the college boys and there is prospects for the developing of a very fine team A diamond will be prepared on the college campus Mr Henry Davis of near Hardins burg has purchased a house oil Rail road street from Mr Daniel Spradlin Miss Clara Jolly returned yesterday for a few days visit to Miss Lillian Alfond in Louisville Mrs Jake Sypos left Tuesday for Hale Mo where she will visit Mrs Emmett Jordan The best line of millinery that has ever came to Irvington is being sold by Miss Laura Hale The firm of J N Norris Sons Co commission merchants of this city have sold out to Wlrggmgton Co of Louisville Mr J F Biggs of Louis ville will have charge of the business Mr Biggs was formally connected with the produce business here and we are glad to have him back again A 64 Marshall spent Tuesday in Louisville on a business trip Mr and Mrs Fletcher Stanford and children came last week from Lebanon Ky to be the guests of Mr Blanfords parents Mr and Mrs Chas Blanford The Irvington Development Co has let a contract for four cottages to be built in the College addition- J K Bramlette has the contract and he has engaged a large force of workingmen to push the work Mrs Sally Durbin of Big Spring is the guest of Mrs Mary Jarrett for this weekMrs Newsom Garaner spent Sunday In Guston with her mother Mrs Jim SmithMrs Jno Mercer who has been visit ing relatives in Louisville came Satur day to be the guest of her sister Mrs Mile Claycomb Mr Brabrant Photographer has jhang dhlsfrdatMiJtwingoni He wtlh w tioY 4 rllt Thue Cull thd ttWsn uio to ICkio1- a f 0 d f yr RAILWAY TO PAY FOR BURNT TREES Damages For Merchantable Young Growth Is Precedent GOVERNMENT IS LEGAL VICTOR Establishes Expectation Value of Timber In South Dakota Case Fo First Time In America Though Prac tice Is Common In European Forestry and Insurance In nn action for fire trespass on the Black Hills untlonul forest brought by the United States against the Missouri Illvcr nUll Northwestern railroad tin Jury has awarded damages to the gov ernment not only for the loss of marI chnutablo Umber but also for the destruction of unmerchantable young growthThis Is regarded ns establishing an Important precedent So far ns Iis known at the department of ngrlcul ture It Is the first time that any court has recognized what foresters call tin expectation value of young growth as furnishing n basis for the award of damages Hard to Prove Loss The difficulty In tho way of such nn awnrd In the past has been that there was no way to prove to the satisfaction of the courts the money value of the loss suffered The nwnrd In the South Dakota cast followed the presentation of evidence as to the cost of work In reforesting which the government Is actually do- Ing In the niack hills The amount claimed for the young growth burned was 512 an nero and the claim under this Item was allowed In full by the Jury The total amount of damages claimed was 37288 of which 2 C3145 was for merchantable timber destroyed or Injured by the lire It Is recognized by foresters thnttthe cost of artificial reforestation will not always furnish a fair basis for estimating the damage to forest rcproduc lion Where new growth can be ex pectcd by natural sowing from seed trees on tthe ground within a shoe time artificial planting or sowing Iis III unnecessarily expensive method To meet such fifes what are known if yield table sire being prepared Bv the use of these the loss can be shown in terms of the finnl crop and the time necessary to produce It Easy to Calculate Thus If It Is known that 10000 foot timber per acre can bo cut once Ii seventy years It Is easy to calculatt the value of the crop when It Is tor years old by discounting from Its value when mature In European countries where ores try has been long practiced this method is regularly applied In styling condemning or estimating damages on for est property It Is al = o used nlnoir1 i Insurance which woud lie liupiMHIc lilt If there vere opt both nn 111h- nls for erorlnli Mr Ingo MT d1 inl n r i aiiriiv 111 itniwi Sf ihn Ii ri an opportunity to have work done as one of the days is Saturday One of the best real esatate deals that has been made in his town for sometime was the purchase of 12y acres of land in the College addition from Dr L B Moremen This track of land will be divided Into town lots and put on sale at public auction Sat Oct 22nd by the purchasers The Bow man Reality Co of Hunnlngton West VirginiaIf best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the hour ou ought to use t A Poet And A Woman You bent above the grave and read the stoneWhere long agoI saw your quick tears start =Some singer unremembered and un known Had woven into song his broken heart And then you asked If only loss and death Moved man to truer song and brought the need Of musics balm and that assuaging breathWhich so piognantly from lips that bleed You asked how I who knew and mour ned no dead Could hope for music since its cords must spring =From death and sorrow and I only said tHaveI not my dud selves of which fo iqU 1 t- S Mfj PARSONAGE ONCE CHURCH GALLERY Old New York Edifice Solves Economy Problem BIBLE SILENCED OBJECTORS In My Fathers House Are Many Apartments Quoted Pastor and Congregation Abandoned Criticism Eight Room Flat Only Inconvenience to Butchers Boy Who Has to Climb In Greenwich village the quaintest section of New York city there Is a little red brick church Upon Imo broad stone steps of tho church is generally n group of children with their playthings Not Infrequently Just inside the doors of the church is another pile of toys roper skates and perhaps cushions for use upon tho stone steps- Occasionally a grocers boy or a butchers boy approaches the steps of the church but ho does not pass by Instead he enters the front doors and ascends by n stairway to the east that usually In churches lends to the gal leryAnd then the secret Is out Tho home of tho children and of their parents ns well Is In the church To the Rev Ezra T Sanford pastor of the North Baptist church belongs the credit for this solution of one of tho problems of the downtown churches whose finances are necessarily restricted by the movement of populn tion from the old residence districts Converted Gallery Into Home Pastor Sanford surveyed the large gallery of the church auditorium prop er and decided It was too much to expect In a downtown church that It would ever he tilled by the congrega tion So he cut the gallery In two timid moved the rein wall forward eighteen feet This gave him a space running for seventylive feet across the front of tho church and eighteen feet deep In this he built an eight room apartment where he now lives with his wife three children and two young relatives of Mrs Sanford- I think I have a china closet tlnr Is unique among the china closets u women said Mrs Sanford When I cannot go to church and I am lonely I go Into the dining room nail hew my husband preaching through till chint1 closet and that Is company for mo- On the level of the gallery In the Sanford apartment arc kitchen hath lining room two large bedrooms and two living rooms A stairway leads to the former attic of the church and the bell tower In the nttlc Pastor Sun ford Uua built two large bedrooms one for his son now a sophomore In Car nell and one for his daughter Ruth One drawback which Mrs Snnford who Is n practical housekeeper finds with her church apartment Is that unlike her neighbors on the opposite sloe of the street she has no dumb waiter Grocers and butchers must tramp through tho main door of the church and up the two flights of gill lery stairs with her supplies When I wanted to have this apart ment built said Mr Sanford there was considerable opposition in the church They seemed to think It was beneath the dignity of a church to have living rooms for Its pastor In It Quoted Words of Jesus But I quoted to them tho words of Jesus when ho fed tho multitude ou tho loaves and fishes Gather up the fragments let nothing be lost And I pointed out to them that hero in the midst of downtown New York was a church that needed conservation if it were to endure But some of them wore still obdurate Then I showed them a new reading for an old text In my Fathers house are many apartments I said to them They thought I was scoffing and said that Jesus hadnt meant to build flats In a church I answered them that In the temple at Jerusalem there were many little apartments for tho priests and rabbis and that Christ hall been re- ferrIng to tho temple and of course by analogy to heaven when ho said that there wero many mansions or as It may bo translated apartments In his Fathers house After that there was no moro trouble A year ago little Anna had measles Then came a problem for tho health authorities At one time it was thought that the whole church would bo quarantined and services ended for a time but when it was realized that the church apartment could bo com pletely Isolated from tho church proper only tho apartment was quarantined Nice Grocery Durward Wroe keeps a nice stock of fresh groceries vegetables and all eatables for the family at his grocery store at Iryington 1 il stl Roia1BAKING POWDER MAKES TIlE PERFECT HOT BISCUIT Also Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes s Send for Royal 135 William St g i Cook Book New York i i Miss Burns And Miss MillerII titII Sunday evening at 145 oclock the Methodist church the Epworth League will be lead by Miss Jeanette Burns and Miss Martha Miller The meeting promises to be a most attrac tive one and everybody is cordially in vited to attend The Congressional Race MrThe fact that Johnson is making a race for two olicesCongress and Chief Executive Is serving to help Dr Gaddie Friends of Senator Jas B Mc Creary Mayor Head John K Hen dricks and William Adams are not en thusiastic in their support of Mr John sonIndeed I they resent Mr Johnsons candidacy for the high oflice of Gover nor at a time when he is running for reelection to congress ur Caddie pointed out that in the event that Mr Johnson is elected to Congress and is then nominated and elected Governor he will serve nine mouths of his term as Congressman drawing salary for the same without rendering duty actual service as Con gress will not convene until just the time that the Governor of Kentucky is inaugurated Hartford Republican Come off neighbor There is not a Democrat in the district who is against I3 n Johnson for Governor who is not for him for Congress We do not be lieve he will lose rf single Democratic vote in the thirteen counties while in addition to this he will get in his own county many Republicans The Democrats of the District would rather elect Ben Johnson to Congress if he only served nine months than Dr Gaddie to serve the full term To tell you the plain truthnelghbor the Dem ocrats would rather not have any Con gressman at all from this District than to have Dr Gaddie or any other Re publican When the election returns come in Ben Johnsons majority will be so largo that Dr Gnddie will wish that he had never been a candidate EHza bethtown News Buy Auto Ililliary and Knott Hardin have bought an automobile Return To Chicago Miss Ethel Tate who has been visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Tate returned to Chicago Sunday afternoon accompanied by her friend Mr P E Henwood of Chicago who spent last week hero Mr Tousey III Thos Tousey who has boon critically ill for several days was taken to Lou isville Monday afternoon for special treatment He was accompanied by Mrs Tousey They will be at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Lishen who were here Sunday anMonday f HARDINSBURG Marriage license was issued last week to William T Hurt and Miss Myr tle Davis both of Cloverport Supt Andrew Driskell and the Prin cipal of thll High School R Y Maxey attended the teachers meeting atCuster SaturdayMiss Monarch has gone to Owensboro where she enters school for the year Gen David R Murray of Indian apolis is attending court C M McGlothlan of West Point was in town Saturday There will be no school Friday on account of our teachers being at West Point In attendance at the Fourth Con gressional Teachers Association- Mr and Mrs Herbert Hall came down from Garfield Friday night to visit Mr and Mrs Wm Halll Ira Clemmons of Compton 111was here last week visiting his sister Mrs Wm Hall Mr and Mrs Wm Hall and Mr and Mrs Herbert Hall went to Hockvale Saturday to attend a family reunion at Mr Luther Clemmons R S Skillman of Stephenoport was here last week visiting relatives Jess Walls of Stephensport and Moor man Ditto of Sample spent Saturday and Sunday at home Murray Beard son of Mr and Mrs M H Beard has been ill of fevers for several days Rev and Mrs If R Roberts passed through town Thursday enroute to his new home at Fordsvillo ExSheriff Milt Miller has gone to his farm near McDanlels Time G D Glasscock farm which he bought last spring Is one of the best in that excel lent farming section Mrs Paul Compton was in Louisville several days last week Jesse Whitworth Master of the Hardinsburg Masonic Lodge is in Lou isville this week attending the Grand Lodge of the State of Kentucky Allen Elder after a weeks visit has returned to his work In Louisville He was accompanied back by his sister Miss Myrtle Elder Mrs W K Barnes went to Owens boro Saturday The first quarterly meeting of the year for the Southern Methodist church here is being held today with Presid ing Elder Lyon of Elizabethtown in1 chargeMiss Bessie Watlington who spent the summer with relatives in Iowa returned last week The first months pay for teachers arrived FridaYha week behind time Supt mailed checks to aU who have reported one month taught Madison Smith of Fordsville has charge of the depot during Mr Whit worths absence- R P Shacklette of Brandenburg was here Saturday Jerry Lennon and Master Ralphss Beard have fevers but are improving Mrs E B English of Owensboro 4 was here for a short visitto her sister Mrs Marlon Beard last week If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour la theJour you ought to UM Sold bYJ Mf Gri er k rte h IAOCTION I I t U IRVINGTON KENTUCKY 5OV If H L S50COL- LEGE ADDITION SATURDAY OCT 22 1910 Beginning at 1030 am and Continuing all Day Irvington is growing at a tremendous rate Come to this sale and join in its prosperity Brass Bind ConcertMusic All Day 8 JloonsnThis is going to be a day of fun and frolic in Irvington so dont stay away Auctioneer Mayor Combs from West Virginiahear him sell lots and tell funny stories I FREELOT CTickets will be issued for a free lot to be given away on the day of sale Everyone 1 entitled to a ticket You isIInot have to buy a lot to I the free one Everybody has II a chance all you have to do is I to attend the sale JFREE CASH1 CWe are also going to give I cash prizes away I tNJIWI4 NrA Every lot to be sold to the high est bidder without reserve or by bidding TERMS Onethird cash balance 6 and 12 months with 6 per cent interest 2 per cent dis count off defered payments for all cash COME EVERYBODY c and bring your friends YOU MAY WIN THE FREE LOT Dont Forget the Date Saturday October 22ndt at 1030 a m I Bowman I Realty Co Huntington W Va r r r Qt CHINA IS AWAKENING I 10POSTAL SERVICE PROOF n Mall Delivery at Far as Tibet Eng fish Inspector Says It IH obviously Impossible says Sir Itobort lire luu lictlhg Inspector gen oral of Chinese cUHtoinat who Is now lit England for tit world ut largo to treat as n negligible iiiantlty either politically or ItultiKtrlally n homgeno ous race of 400000000 human beings a largo percentage of whom are now fully alive to the potentialities of their race Mild country As an Instance of the changes In Pokln alone Sir Robert says that the old unpaved mephitic thoroughfares are giving way to spacious macad amized roads lighted by electricity In place of the old fiiMhloned oil lamps An adequate nod 1tj re water supply on European lines has replaced the old surface wells Perhaps the most anmlng progress In Chinese Internal administration is that recorded In ec nnrctfon with the postal sett fro In Illustration of this Sir Robert KIVH Foot mitt hrire lotnler now pene trate Into extreme vwteni China 2000 miles and ne htve III xuil1 lne thing as Par as Tibet There 1 + also a money order system nil user China an ex citykThere ploying leO person cr whom not more than JX arc frrc liners Again says fir UoLcrt the sedan chair Is being superseded among the wealthy Chinese by Ithe use of brough ams drawn by splendid horses of Australian breed The police force of Pckln Is now organized on American lines and effectively controls truffle In the streets As regards the educational move ment he reports It Is significant that ninny high officials are maintain ing schools at their own expense There Is for Instance the case of tho wife of n Mongol prince who has nt least fifty Chinese girls In a private school w ich she maintains IKAISERS PHRASE ORDINARY I Great and Good Friend Not Ex pressive of Anything Great null good friend the phrase used by time kaiser In addressing the Nlcaraguan president seems to have created a tempest in a teapot In Germany where It gave fiery editorial waiters an opportunity to talk bellig erently about Engfand It is admitted that the familiar phrase was not the product of the Kaisers own pen but that It was used as n mere conventional expression by an official In the foreign olllce whose duty It Is to write nice letters to presi dents anti princes upon their promo tion Queen Victoria was more sparing I- ntlter use of the address intimate InI writing to President Buchanan fifty years ago thanking him for the at tentions shown to her son the Prlnco of Wales she merely addressed the president as My good friend sign- Ing her letter Always your good friend When Louts Napoleon was elected president of tho French republic she addressed him as My good friend Being a sovereign herself when Na poleon became emperor she addressed him as Mon frere- CLEVELAND ANCESTOR SLAVE Sold For Sixteen Gallons of Rum In Massachusetts Through the efforts of residents of tho town of Westfield the genealogy Of the late President Cleveland may soon be worked out thus revealing ono of the most romantic chapters in the early history of Massachusetts- On a tour of Investigation which has orcnnli 1 most of the l hit ton II FOR SALE l1li IIBESTi GOAL OIL AND il1 BEST FLOUR 2 Wo want you to try our oil 3 and Hour f iiMonin or us Produce- And your we will give you gor- rlBARGAINS IRVIN MERCER Mercers Mill It No2 Irvington Kentucky years ana which with Its last stopping place In WestHeld has now led to the Islautl of Guernsey In tho Eng fish channel Miss Hose Cleveland sis ter of the lute president thus hopes soon to set forth a new chapter In the history of tho famous president Through this search now temporar- Ily halted In the little Island where Miss Cleveland Is at present carrying on the work there has been establish ed beyond a doubt the fact that two generations of ancestors of Grover Cleveland wore after their arrival In America some 200 years ago held In slavery one of them the lute pros dents grealKrandfather being sold to a woman In Canada for sixteen gallons of rum PLAN WASHINGTON STATUE Spokane to Have a Hundred Foot Figure of Reenforced Concrete The Spokane Wash branch of tho Sons of tho American Revolution will erect a statue of George Washington 100 feet from the base to crown In Cliff park Hpokaiie to be completed In 1014 tho twentyfifth anniversary of the admission of Washington to state hood The president of the United States together with prominent men and women from various parts of the country will be invited to take part In ceremonIesI n circular of eon rock rising 100 feet above the highest pohit In Cliff park will cost 0000 It will be modeled on the lines of the statue In Independence hall at Phila dolphin declared to bo the most ac ceptable likeness of the Father of Ills Country The base will hear this In scription The Firt American Let Ilivery American Aspire to the Mcns Ire of ThN tan y Artificial Flowers- It was In Italy thin iil demand for artificial lowers first nose This was due primarily to a capriceI of fashion which demanded that during festivals blossoms In Quid out of their seasons should bo worn and also to the fact tthat ttheir color and freshness were stable Later on In the middle ages the artificial so far superseded Un natural that both men nod vvomen decked their heads with Imitation lowers of itimhrlc paper glass and IIIN17ii II That Cold Roomon the side of the house where winter blasts strike hardest always has a lower temperature than the rest of the house There are times when it is necessary to raise the temperature quickly or to keep the temperature up for a long period That cant be done by the regular method of heating without great trouble and overheating the rest of the house The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by oter means is to use a VJRFECTIONSMOKELESS L A1solately smokeless and olorluln which can be kept at full or low heat for a short or long time Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours without smoke or smell An indicator always shows the amount of oil In the font Fillercap does not screw on but is put In like a cork In a bottle and Iis attached by a chain and cannot get lost An automaticlocking flame spreader prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and Is easy to remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an instant The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed IRan Instant for rewlcklng Finished In Japan or nickel strong durable well made built for service and yet light and ornamental Has a cool handle DtatnEvtryifitrit If 01 at y apiaryof for dneriflivt ama f fo Mr nwMf Mr panyJ crm t p t I 4 4 ECONOMICAL BUYERSI It will pay you to visit our store We are giving real bargains in every department We are doing this in order to reduce our stock by the First of November This is the date we take the inventory of our stockso ifyou miss this sale you will be the loser and not us We can only give some of our bargains as space is scarce 175 lire proof coal oil Calico per 1Shoes sold for 200 I1t12c iI160lper gallon I yard d now I MealI pei Cottun FlannelsI per es sold for 300 suck 4OC yard J M 9Cnow Lill Bacon Hrasscd Shoe NailsI 8 boxes letter soap the best soap Huts per pound 13c for 5Cearth by test 7 bars for on25c Bacon Shoes sold for 150 1 NT Thread I spools 161h IL0for 25cextra per pound I Cnow Now Remember this Sale Only Lasts Till November 1 1910 And not one day longer at these money saving prices We have to take the inventory of our stock every year on the first of November so we will try to reduce our stock for this sole purpose So come and lay in a good supply for the rest of the winter We are yours always to please Glasscock CompanyGlen Dean Kentucky P SVVe will pay you the very highest prices for all kinds of produce- in Cashso be sure and bring all you can FI FOR THE BATHROOM I New and Attractive Things In Nickel and Brass I The hygienic bathroom delights the soul of the housewife who preaches the twentieth century gospel of clean liness and sho Is therefore on tho lookout I for every new Invention and con venience The manufacturers arc no I less alert told there are always Inter esting things for use In the bathroom DATUUOOU CONVENIENCES to bo discovered in a tour of tho shops or departments making a specialty of these productions A collection of the newest thugs for the bathroom IsI hero shown The bath mat holder Is n decoded novelty and solves the question of how to dispose of tho rubber tub mat when It Is not In useIime holder Is on tho order of the regulation coat hanger Then there Is a substantial hook with two prongs for the hath rube and another hook for the bath spray All these contrivances arc fashioned front nickel1 or are nickel trimmed but they mummy be duplicated In brass the latter inctal being preferred nowadays by somo housewives In tho more fa miliar and less costly nickel or heavy crystalA that may be attached to the Kail and and hold brush and comb Is a recent production and so too n match holder nod rack Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Djana Rngulets Ask your druggist for them 25C a box e r Jt Y y I C T n r II r t EVERY FARMER=As well as cv ry businessi mini slunlclI 1 ave a hunk account WHY BecauseYOUI money iis safer in the bank flout anywhere else Pjiyintr your bill by cluck iis tilt simplest and most convenient method Your click beet u1es a voucher for tin chbt it l ups It rives you a better standing with business men Money iithe bank strengthens your credit A hunk account teaches helps and encourages you to save This infant does nil tthe bookkeeping Your bank book iis a record of your business To those desiiing Hnnkin Connection with an Old Established Unnk we extend our services The Bank of tJardin burg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky J 4 II Am Clad writes Mrs Ethel Newlin of Liberty Center Ind I that I began to take Car i dui for it has cured me and I will never forget it I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me Before I began verybadI pain and weighed only 105 pounds Now I have a good color do not suffer and weigh 125 Ibs t keCARDUI The Womans Tonic Beware of strong nox 1 ious mineral drugs that sink into your system r like lead to the bottom of a basin of water Cardui is purely vege table and contains no poisonous minerals or dangerous drugs It is perfectly safe and y harmless for use hyoid and young and may be taken as a tonic for months without any possi ble harmful effectf Tpntji J t A V f- v fi V a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D UABBAGE SUNS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesdayi c EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 19 1910 Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance CARDS OP THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate or 5 cents per lino money in advance r Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essDemocratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON STORmS WUITTEJt While The Press Thunders BY IOUISK 1 Talking about religion and people of thirty years ago one woman who was quite youthful then voluntarily confessed the other day as she passed our shop that the young people of today are better than herself and her chums were when they were growing up That Is better in church We allthe worst of uscan really be very good in church That is easy 1If one docs not think too much about thE ugly hat in front It is after we step out the sacred door and commence tt- talktalk to about those who seem to tare playing hypocrites when in truth we do not know It is after we hno heard a bit of gossip and begin to reo peat it the way we want it to soundit is then we sat he is alright butIt andadd what we should not about the fellow Enough preaching though And this woman was telling in her funny way about the revival of the old school The revival where so man were able to sing and pray in public where the hays went to meet their girls different from now when the giirl sits in church and wonders if he will be standing on the outside after the s Tvice is over to take her home One night the church was crowded The older members had to occupy the amen corner other prominent member had to stand and lean against the wall The back benches were filled with young people who were afraid they would got religion By the way isnt that an awful fenr The girls wer sitting on one side of the aisle to themselves and the boys were on the other to themselves An anxious young man was eager to gt a note across the aisle to his sweet heart It was suggested among the boys that he crawl on the floor and take it to her Of course he would not do that The other fellows were afraid to I for it was certainly a brave act to crawl across the floor during the ser Think of I- tCOURT I 11vices NOTES Chas L Chemberlain engineer fo the L H St L R R when hurt in an accident at Askin about two years ago secured judgment from railroad Co for 475000 and his costs Jury trial was waived and the Court fixed his damages at the figures above named 000 The Petit jury consists of the following well known men Barney DeJarn ette Mack II Frymire O B Matting ly Thos 0 Donoughue J D Beeler S P Drury Thos H Bates H H Hardin P M Beard Crawford Beau champ Tice Miller Dan Allen Taylor Miller J V StClair D S May S M Grume B H Beauchamp Henry Greenwell Chas Maysey Joe Beavin Dock Board Jno Bates Thos Lewis and Jubal Hook Jr Uu V Fred McClellan and John Ball were excused from the Grand Jury service I on account of illness in their families John Flood and Crawford Beauchamp were secured in their places I ILee o00 Dunn on a charge of gaming was fined twentyQve dollars and committ F ed sentence to the county jail for a ten day jail 000 Ollib Johnson was fined ten dollars and costs for wantonly breaking at school ihousejwindow t 1 A1f t However when the preacher asked the congregation to bow their heads iiin prayer a fat chap of twenty whispered to his friend give me the note Just as he was stretched out in the middle t- the oC aisle creeping on his hands nnd knees the preacher spoke in a mourn ful way Lord bless the young man crawling and he continued to pray Well if a clown had stolen into the church more excitement could not have been created Everybody even the devout Christians craned their necks Ito see who was on the floor The boj sand girls jusugiggled and snickered out loudYou know what it is to get the giggles in churchthat is if you have lOt passed that age Tho flowers and feathers on the hats shook Every head though bowel was turned The boy crawled on He was 11t afraidThe did bless him Today he is a business man in St Joseph Mo He has succeeded No doubt because he was not afraid It is better to be bad and brave than to be bad and a coward and try to get others to perform the acts that you yourself are afraid to do The woman said the boys on the bone were afraid to do what the fut chap did In fact they were always afraid Afraid to be mischievous Afraid they would be too good Afraid to walk down the street with those whom they considered were not their equalsocially Afraid yes just scaredand that is the reason some of us are sitting still on the benches today Afraid to write what we think Afraid we will be criticised if we mak efforts and fail Afraid to risk Afraid to work Just afraid are you Harvey Smith was fined thirty dol lars on charge of breach of peace 000 Billy Bob ODanlel was given fort days imprisonment at hard labor on a charge of flourishing a pist- oloeo W R Johnson on a charge of violating the local option law was fined sixt dollars and given forty days in the county jail at hard labor Johnson was given a like fine on another charge and on another was given a seventy five dollar fine and a ten day jail sentence Upon another charge a fine of sixty dollars was assessed Two other fines one of sixty dollars and another of ninety were assessed 000C- harles Blair on a charge of furnishing liquor to a minor was fined fifty dollars 000T- ho jury failed to reach a verdict In the trial of John D Beavin and ht was ramanded to jail The charge against him is willfully and malicuosli shooting and wounding another with intent to kill 000 L D Addison was fined one hundred dollars for not reporting bonded warehouse as law requires The other two cases against him were dismissed 00n The Hardlnsburg and Cloverport Turnpike Co was fined ten dollars for unlawfully making report to County Clerk as required by law J J r- l i d iii 4 lf J I Cold Blast Lanterns 59c Rengo Belt uOrSB t SColdDlastQP Lanterns are made of heavy tin with large alzo bur PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED nnr nnrt itlobo tbnt fits BO wind will The specialItengo lightlongour hips horn waist elves to thljthIInd correctly Wilh the best values In etock and on Mall Order Pur P 0 reproduces the latest lines ofchases of to pointst1ND 5Corsets within 200 milesDAY slRayo tt Reading Lamps E5- N 139Wet Silk Specials SATINS with a high luster Igln ches wide cotton back in evening shades del rose maize ivory and white will prove a satisfactory lin 1CSpecialSATINS full 24 inches wide lust rous and smooth in finish i exceptIon- al value colors brown Ivory del rose and hello will give splendid 49caCREPE DE CHINES crepy and soft pure silk thread 24 in wide all the popular evening shades including black and ivory cannot be 49caSATIN MESSALINES 10 in wide the best values ever offered in this city unequaled lustrous sheer finish beautiful colors in both street and evening tones splendid values at 55CatTAFFETA SILKS 19 inches wide natural loom finish in all the popu lar street and evening colors will give satisfactory wear regular Jigc 55cperFOOD CHOPPERS The Dana positively the best on the market cuts fruits vegeta bles and meats fine or coarse as desired SI 00 size speial at 0 79c 125 size special atm98c145 size special at119L The Court ordered that all old case of the Commonwealth to be docketei for the secondday of the February tern that all appearances be docketed tor the third da- yooo The case of the Commonwealth again st Alonzo Dowell was continued until the February term on account of Dow ells having an attact of typho- idooo Manson Hix on a charge of sellin- the flesh of a deceased animal was clear- edooo A number of persons were fined thirty dollars each and costs for gaming and others twenty dollars each and costs o00M- iss F E Goodrich was appointed exaniiner for Breckenridge county ooor- ule Court appointed Marvin Beard Tom Lyddan and Joe Fitch Jury Corn missioners for the ensuing year oocT- he Grand Jury being unable to get all the witnesses they wanted last week adjourned tOlmeet tomorrow to finish their work It is very probable that court will adjourn tomorrow 000- W S Morrison Jas Sklllman and R A Miller of Owensboro and Gen D R Murray Indlanoplis were the visiting attorneysooo Judge Sandage is a business Judge pleasing everybody with his dlspath and fairness on carrying on the busi ness of the court BEWLEYVILLE Mr and Mrs JefTYes of Frankfort spent the week end with her cousin Mrs C D Hardaway- C H Drury spent Monday at Hard insburgThos P Hardaway is on the sick listMiss Roberta Foote will leave for Owensboro Saturday after a visit to relatives here Miss Marguerite Stith is visiting Mrs Henry Head at Irvington Mrs Alberta Drury is at home after spending the summer with her grand mother Mrs Mary Moreman at Bran denburgJames P Drury of Brandenburg iis with his father C H Drury for a weeks visit Walter Harrisonof Sioux City Iowa will arrive this week to spend several months with his uncle C H Drury and other relatives Mrs Tyle Bandy is improving after an illness of several weeks- Z T Stith will attend the Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville next weekMiss Louise Moorman will return to Glendeane Monday after a pleasant stay of three weeks with Miss Fannie HardawayIf is not too good for you Lowisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to us- eTryOurWant CoJjran IPays tr rl Specials in Dress Suitings OREY AND BLACK SERGE Hard twist 3G inches yard5oCshed the dust per ENGLISH MIXTURES In fall col 50echesALL WOOL SEROES In twenty U5echesHEAVY BROADCLOTH In all the 100inBLACK VOILE Altman round thread hard twisted voile fast black 25perSCO rCH GRAY SUITING In salt andpepper mixtures 64inches wide at priced per yard fl 200 Womens Dresses Best black voile yoke of waist and front of skirt trimmed waist lined with taffeta silk good trimmings well tailored an unusally good l l- ieat1500 Jj Oct 18 Red and 55 mixed new case 22 per 12c 150 best 825 57f 675 common 2sO 600 The best 500 500 350 375 and were Blankets Gray Golden Rod 14 reg 98allyAll wool 111 98pecially Woolens PERCALINES Soft 2t1pricedNONSHRINKABLEVIYELLA new styles 31 inches wide priced per yard75c FRENCH WOOL WAISTINQS V5wideSATIN COAT Guaranteed 36lnches wide per yard at Jl Table Linens BLEACHED NAPKINS Womens Waists One lot of silk and net waists in blues grys hello rose and renj self and net trimmed sole soiled some m the lot 98special 198 specially 119 Q5catHouse Furnishings CLOTHES BASKETS 5gespecial Specials Carpet Department theback TAPESTRY medallion Q5of itmSa W MMM AM tIIJVW A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned II- Are Your Dollars Earning For Your can investment a certificate of deposit I BANK OF CLOVERPORT IItlum I interest compounded semiannually no payment paying OPEN ACCOUNT WITH I a record of consistent dealings our customers principles always wants I WAf1ItfJ AJM PlpiA ha4oj I Some Coal is Like Paper I I I I catches fire quickly burns moreIquickly Result the minimum of acII heat Some coal like rock will e Ihardly catch fire all I One Coal is The Nappy Medium III THATS OURS lIt Burns Long Brightly ResultThe Maximum Heat Jas LewisIsI THE HAPPY MEDIUM I Supply Now Spottsyille Baskett Youll Satisfied Louisville Market Report Louisville WOSpecial No Longberry 9495c CornNo2 OatsNo2 8- 3EggsMarket steady candled 23c2- 4PoultryHens 12 Ib roosters chickens 14j turkeys CalvesMarket steady N775 medium LambsMarket brought seconds llarketstea1dyJI demand selected f Blankets 1 Springfield Blankets Etc BEETLED FLANNELS i LINING i pricedI JCg HEAVY lavender slightly banking and 220 and up 885 120 000 800 805 mostly 8Gr roughs 805 well cleared and market A Chestnut Grove Marshall Cundiff living near West View has a of six Chestnut trees which he gathers 40 to 50 gallons of chestnuts year P Haswell 8s Son get the out put at 50 per gallon has a fine crop this year Mules High At Huffines sale lost a of yearland brought 310 and a Jersey cow and calf was knocked off at 100 11 Y Extra quality 22J inches regular 2 50 values priced per fi p DOUBLE ASK Bleached 72 wide regular value l priced per yard at- SCARFS p Scalloped with lace in sertion size 18x51 regular 100 r made from strong split willow strong handles WASH BOILERS heavy tin solid bottoms strong drop handles family size special no phone orders at 7C in the INLAID LINOLEUfl in a great variety of mottled heavy j through to quality regular 125 per yard laid on at floor during this sale 9oC RUGS Another of 9x12 rugs in Persian floral and designs including reds and other good combi nations of These arc reg ular 13 50 values but by a for tunate purchase we are able to them to our customers at the I W iWtW 1f f You find no safer not better than in the the and better way of your bills by check oby you always have a record of AN US Wo have seven year fair with and cater to their when with sound l r Oltldi lI It up tmi tual is it at I and of 1 Order Winter or Coal be S Wheat 2 white count 7c young ducks quiet 550 450 culls in active taffeta hogs lbs 2201bs pigs down Pens closed steady grove from from every John entire cents He Sell James Saturday pair mules JI dozen DAn inches JlflO copper effects goods your ship ment greens colors osier whet And Mrs Behens Brother Killed Mr and Mrs Hoffious Behen receiv ed a telegram Thursday announcing the sad death of her brother Ollie Haynes who was killed by a B Se O train at Summersville Ohio last Tues day night They attended the funeral at Owensboro Saturday morning Mr Haynes was a splendid ambiti ous young man just twentytwo years of age and had so many friends at his old home at Hawesvllle where his death is greatly deplored Joys of The Press 15 cents the copy News Office Subscribe l1- O I 1 rA If THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE I 1 ZI1Gle GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCT JO 1910 RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Preciuct mid city Offices 2l For County Offic su 600 For State nod District Offices 15C For Calls per line 10 For Cards per liueu 110 For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 1 tit11Aki1 l11ili1itA1tRltiti111iA11ilA Alts fI Local Laconics X11111iI15t A1tTtT1 AititAAAitiAAitAltitl O Mrs Tony Nicholas was in Rome Sunday Otto Tague of Lima Ohio was here SundayMrs Chas Lightfoot is visiting at Sorgho k Morris Jolly of Irvington was here SaturdayWho get that fine piano at the Shoo Store Ed Morrison is visiting friends at HendersonMr Mrs M Brown have gone to Stephensport Mr and Mrs Chas Berry were 5in Stanley Sunday Miss Sallie Williams has returne from Louisville Mrs Jennie Newson went tp Hard insburg Friday Mr aud Mrs Clovis Bowlds have moved to Howell Mrs Chas Pate is the guest of relfi lives at Harned Orville Perkins was home from Lou isville Sunday Miss Margaret Skillman will go to Louisville this week Mr and Mrs Lee Yeager spent Sunday in Stephensport- Mr and Mrs Andrew Squires were Iiin Irvington last week John Storms of Cannelton is the guest of Frank Storms Miss Mamie DeHaven is the guest of friends at Glendeane Mr and Mrs Marion Polk were here from Tobinsport Monday Mrs Adams and Mrs Ameil Oelz went to Leitchfield Tuesdays l Chas Fallon and Wallace Pierc went to Louisville Tuesday Little Miss Christena Kiel is ill at he parents home on the Hill Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt has been visiting Mrs James Skillman John Bell of Jasper Ind was here Sunday to see Miss Hazel Holder Mr and Mrs John Lawson and son Arthur went to Louisville Sunday Mrs Batt of New Albany ib visiting her daughter Mrs Harry Morrison Mrs Sallie Moorman of Louisville is the guest of Mrs John C Jarboe Come and see the piano that is to bie given uvray at Sippels Shoe Store Mrs Phelix Beavin who has been tat 1 her home at Smarts Villa is iimprov ingMr and Mrs Robert Pierce of Wes Point were gueuts of his parents Sun day Piano certificates given away wit- oyery cash purchase at Sippels Shot StoreMr and Mrs S R Berry and sons Harry and Ralph spent Sunday iin HowellJohn Carson and his daughter of Owensboro spent Sunday here with relativesJohn Corley is ill of typhoid fever at Athe home of his granddaughter Mrs troe Headen Mr and Mrs Morgan Lawson have returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives here The little babies of Mrs James Bish off Mrs Hiram Moorman and Mrs Fred May are ill Mrs Chas Bohler pierced her hand1 with a thorn last week and has bees suffering dreadfully W L Mitt of Irvington has arrived1 here to take charge of the paint department at the shops- Distinctive classic millinery at Mis Eveyn Hicks Have Miss Nix to make a model hat for you J Byrne Severs represented the Masons ot this city at the Grand Lodge meeting in Louisville- J D Patterson of Plttsburg is at the Cloverport Ifotel making his an nual visit to this city Airs James Cordrey cordially invites you to see her second installment of fall and winter millinery Mrs Eliza Taylor of Custer has returned home after a visit to Capt Row laud Mrs Rowland land Mrs Duncan SliM Lula SeversIias organized a b y music club and it wilt meet once nI month to study the lives of composes Cauliflower Egg Plant Celery and Grapes at Sawyers Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze went to Louisville Tuesday to visit Postmaster Robert E Woods Have your hat made to order at Mrs Cordreys The velvet creations are exquisite and distinctive from the other modelsRev C J Cox of New Bethel wl1 preach at Hardins School House Saturday night and Sunday at 11 A M Nov 12 and 1J Mr and Mrs Ermine Meador Mn E A Richardson and two sons and daughter and Miss Annie Kincheloc have gone to Bonita Cnl Win Pumphrey and Miss Lucy Pum phrey of this city and Miss Maui Beavin of Tar Springs visited friend at Smarts Villa Saturday and Sunday The Rev Mr Lewis pastor of the Methodist church will arrive today to take up his abode on Bachelors Row where live and work fourteen unattacli ed men Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer are iIn Louisville Mr Bowmer is at St Josephs Infirmary having his eyes treated His friends are glad to know the operation so far has proved sue cessfulThe mechanical engineers of the shops are to give an oyster stew tas soon as Jack Frost comes Foreman Lafe Behen Isto act as chief cook The young ladies of the city will be Included on the invited lis- tTobinsportDerby Game By Pate Tobinsport was shut out by Derby Sunday by the score of 7 to 0 This Iii the first time this season that Tobin port has been defeated on her home grounds but by Derby having an umpire they had areas nable game Summers and Nicher did the work for Dexter Winchell Is a bum pitcher Severs wants him for a cigar sign Summers examined each of Dr Van dykes players and stated that they needed new players Summers did his best and gave Doc nine eggs and iIC they nil hatch there will be a good team Beautiful Fruit R S Carter sent the editor of the News a large box of the finest apple that have ever been sent to the New office This was certainly appreciated Newspaper people always enjoy such courtesies Gates Lifted rThe county has lifted the toll gate on the Hardinsburg and Cloverpor turnpike until arrangements can be made about buying it from the com pany Harry Newsom who hits had charge of the care of the pike during the last summer said Monday that iif the county would give the company their price then they would sell it Mr Newsom has spent much time energy and money on the road Th heavy rains of the last fewmunths hay been terribly hard on the pike work IImprovements There is an air of improvement prevailing all along pike from this CASTORIAI 11For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the- Signature c2r4zHA- MBYS of Genuine Dawson Springs Water Ne Splendid For Kidney Bladder Stomach and Rheu matic Troubles fLeave medicine alone and try this Sold by 1 JOHN OCONNELL Cloverport Ky I n FARM FOR SALE I am offering my farm of 20 acres located in Stcrcttg Bottom fur sale This is a splendid burn plenty of water nice young orchard apples pears peaches well fenced close to churchschool store railroad station splendid land and dues not overflow 1For further information I call on or writo to me at Skill j IcyC P POLK city to Hardinsburg Farmers are paying more attention to their lands and their houses and things look prosperous all along the way from the Fisher farm to Tom Beards Mr Beards farm has been wonderfully improve and it looks like n blue grass produc tion Silas Miller has a beautiful place Frank Jolly is laying a concrete wall and concrete steps in front of his dwelling which will add very much 1 to its beauty Calvin Hendricks is build- Ing a handsome tWO story residence o- his place Lewis and Yeager are the contractorsMore are being plann ed every da- yChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA IIn A CriticalI Condition Word has been received here that Dr Dink a wellknown physician of Brandenburg iis critically ill of blood poison He was taken to Louisville Monday to be operated on with little chance Cor his recovery The Farmers Union The regular monthly meeting of the Farmers Union will be held next Fri day at New Bethel School House Through mistake it was advertised to meet there last Friday and a few faithful members were in attendance Tier will be no mistake this time and there should be a full attendance There IIs important business to attend to The local Union will have dinner preparec and served on the grounds Girl Bride Miss Ethel Keys and Mr Elme Noble were married at Patesville Sun lay morning by the Rev Powers at his home in the presence of the bride mother and other relatives Mrs Noble is just fifteen years of age and Mr Noble is twentytwo She is the dau = ghter of Mrs JE Gabbert Our Colored Ffiends The Breckenridge News is becoming very popular among the colored people and many of them are subscribing Tattle Moorman came in Tuesday to subscribe and said they missed being without the News because it was co much help to them I IAdditionaillardin bur Born to Mr and Mrs Heber J Roberts Oct Js a girl Rules governing the contest for the Herbert Heard gold medal and Supt Driskells prize offer could not be formulated in time for this week Sec titer next week and get ready to come and spellChristmas is nearing When think- Ing of the dear ones dont forget T C Lewis large and well assorted line ol jewlery fine watches and engravings irtistlcly done Call and see the beau tiful things Henderson Route Notes 275 from Cloverport to Henderson and return Oct llth to 15th Inclusive Return limit Oct lyth Acct Hender son County Fair 300 Cloverport to Louisville atndre turn limit Oct 24th Also Oct 6 8 13 Sand 22ud Return limit 3 days after date of sale Also Oct 10 anti llth return limit Oct 17th Acct Fall race netting Low round trip rates Summer Tourist Fares on sale June let to Sept 30 inclusive returning not later than Oct 31sL Homeseekers rates to the west and southwest 1st and 3rd Tuesdays 810 Cloverport to Cincinnati 0 and return Aug 24 to Sept 24 1010 Inclusive good to return reaching Jlgverport not later than midnight of SSept 30 1010 Also 720 for the rend trip on Aug 31 Sept 7 14 and 211 1910 goad to return reaching Clo erpbrt within 7 days from date of tieLow oneway rates to California Aug 25i to Sept 0 inclusive and Oct 1st to 15 1010 inclusive Ii I + + lIIiI IiWantsI + r lzlt For SaleMotor Cycle F rlt gALRA motor cycle In llrstolas condition Will selClient It takun lit ODPO w 8 llomlry Irvlrgton Ky for Sale Rent or TradeStorehouse- Astorebottsoontlwturnpike halfway bo foi SuhllCloverport For SaleLarge Red Jersey Hoar COR HIRA 1irtro ml Jersey war rood arrBranambuhg fir Sale or TradeJack- Fait SAT1Or trail black Jack 7 YUllrs fur further Information civlI on or address W 1 Uoliortsod Qlon Dean Ky For SaleSaw Mil- lONEtill1orsepowcrtraction sow mill com nour Stephens port Ky runninit every doy doing odbusiness Will Nell reasonable and turn 1111 contracts over to purchaser Good reuse StephonsportKy For SaleGroceries and Confectioneri- eFOItoALEbly entire stock of Oroccrle and store room Cor runt CC U Slppol Cloxerport IKy For Sale Machinery POU SALEat very low prices ono 10 horse1 power OaarScott Traction engine om 17 horsopowrr Irlck Traction engine one McCormick Corn Shredder ono fll1W rig 000 10 horsepower Springfield traction engine ono 40 horsepower Stationary engine Ad dress or call on Huwcsvlllo Huh and Mfg Co Hawcsvllle Ky- For SaleScholarship poll SALEScholariblp In the Howling University good In any dovart ment of Clint University Itrcckonrldgo Maws Cloverport Ky- For Sale Bank Stock FOIL SALT Slx shares First State Bunt Irvtngton Ky Fletcher Blan ford Lebanon Ky For Sale Good Farm FOIlSALEGood farm 112 acres 14 miles Good dwelling and oat houses Now Is your apporlunlty to gec n tour term cheapI My reason for selling Im going West Will sell farm and crop l1 ito either Have seven acres good Burley to ttacco Come and see mo ciulrk If yon want a bar aln L C Simmons Webster Ky rP IIEyes Tested Fitted I JJFrames Glasses Guaranteed tVVatchest e t 11Jewelry f I Severs Drug CoII L 4- Gorsuchm Auctioneer Graduate from The National Auctioneerinjr School of A inenca 13 years public salo ex perience 2 years Union Stook Yard experience Try Me on Your Sale Irvington Ky 1 have a number of fresh cows and ten head of Jersey heifers for Tale p I IBelow you will find a list ofgdesirable edibles just re ceived They are from al New CropI i IiI1 I 1 Evaporatedr m Apricots Kraut Sorghum Tur I nips Cabbage Spaghetti Macaroni 1it f Cerials Sweet Potatoes I I 1b All this in addition to the already large andIIline ofi Ifancy groceriesI J C NOLTESROCLOVERPORT KY d PubilI I willsell to the highest bidder on TUESDAYOCT = Iat my residence 1 mile west of Webster Ky on my farm as follows HORSES MULES CATTLE9 SHEEP AND HOGS FARMING IMPLEMENTS of ALL KINDS Also my farm containing 200 acres ill good state of cultivation Sale begins at 10 oclock a i m Terms made Known on Day of Sale D ALLAuctioneer BEWLEYVILLE Henry Minter and wife of B Ji Spring spent Sunday at Bose Millers Z T Stlth is in Louisville this week attending meeting at the Grand Lodge of Masons William Stith and wife spent Sunday with friends at Guston Fletcher Blandford and family of Lebanon have a month oil and will take their vacation with his father Hon Chas Blanford Mrs Levy Chapple of Concordia is spending a couplo of weeks with her daughter Mrs Chas Anderson Mrs Jeff Jolly is quiet sick of la gripEd Fontaine of Brandenburg visit ed relatives in these parts sunday Walter Harrisons trunk has landed in from Sioux City Iowa and is at his uncle Chas H Drurys for the winter Guess he will follow on in a day or two Next Saturday and Sunday will be the first Quarterly meeting for the year Glad to have brother Lyon and May with us for another year Misses Blanch Jolly and Florence Cain will attend the state meeting for the Eastern Star to be held at Frank fort next week B SKILLMAN Cashier YoH BOWSIEU President A VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK 1 Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 88 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimelDeposlfs DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor Jno C Jarboe O T Skillman A R Fisher h i a Q- G i r x t DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens OHlce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky V A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it won Id please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky 1i At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday A A N A NAV r1 11 I For Sale i Tax receipts 1910 model guaranteed to lust 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one RtOt Perkins DtSt J + + f NEW jj- II Livery Stable Stephensport Ky m New Rigs I1 i New Horses New Stable 4 Open for the Public Near the Depot If you have any riding or driving to do or ifyou want t heed or any kind we can furnish you m We HillI handle Ice also Your patronage will 1ho appreciatedii m THOSIWt SMITH Proprietor Stephensport KY + + Our ClubbingOffer Home und Farn 1 yr 50 Undo Ketnus Home Maga zine 1 year 1 00 Good Housekeeping 1 yr 1 50 Daily Evening Post 8 mos 1 25 Breckenridgo News 1 yr 100 Total 5 25 All of the above for only 225 Send money to The Breckenridge News Clowport Ky This oiler will he withdrawn after Nov 1 1910 If you want to get in on it send many at once Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 conks per linn Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to r tpayfor tho publicationQof this kind of matter Subscribe this very day tMtt SLUMP CONTINUES WITH POOL TOBACCO AUCTION Over Thlrtyone Hundred Hogsheads Sold at LexingtonTrust Sends No Buyer Sale Continues Lexington KySroclalAt tho three opening sales of the 1999 pool od tobacco by the Executive Board of tho Burley Tobacco Society tiding under a resolution of the District hoard 3143 hogsheads were sold ThurrJay and Friday The average price of tho tfirst day was 1311 and for the senoiid day 1233 with a range of prices of from 81h cent for G3 to 1S cents for 02 About a dozen Independent manu facturers have been the only pur chasers the American Tobacco Com pany not having a representative at the sale Buyers Liked Own Terms Tho opening sale was considerably delayed with parleying between a conference of the buyers and the Ex ecutive Board The buyers commit tee objected to the terms of sale an nounced by the Board and endeav ored to have their own terms rule The Executive Board declined to make the proposed changes and the sale is proceeding under original terms The usual recess from Friday until Tuesday caused a suspension of sales It was announced that the auction would continue indefinitely Alaskas Coast Region The roast region of Alaska has a mild climate not colder than the northern part of Puget sound or of Scotland The stand of trees Is dense averaging for considerable areas 25000 feet per acre SlUm spruce forming about 20 pot cent of the stand and western hemlock about 75 per cent Although by far the most abundant species western hemlock does not pro lure as large individual trees as the prude or western red cedar the for nor occasionally showing n diameter if Nix left with a height of ICO feet aid tho cedar diameters of from three lo four teetIThose Questions Wags + ill ut the telephoneHcl 10 Is this Main JJUCT Voice at the- Olhlr End Yos Who do you want toe Vadswonhls Mr Ilntnmersley here Voice at the Other EndYes- Do you want to talk to him Wads worth No I want to kiss hlmClll ntro lUcrdIlcnild Keeping His Word Mr Iiustln Sax said lie was going n rpllro with a fortune tr hay kppt his word Whenever bn guns to sliop ho puts his wallet nil his rlu IU boot under bis1 pillow Washington Star UuDw lulinmnuUy to man makes minlfI N hntisnnrto tin likewise Life CONVINCING PROOF Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound the procrastinating following a sickwoman Vegetable publishingsuch letters thesethousands Mrs S J Barber says I IthinKLyuia E Pinkhams Compoundis cine in world women and dutytoknow good it done for me agoIdoctor- Said would have to be removed mloperation or I could not live than a year or two at most I wrote Pink ham Lynn Mass advice and took 14 bottles of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and to day tumor is gone and I am a mytestimonialera Mrs S J Scott N Y lUrs E PO snvsnuw I under the doctors treatment with pain tln3landwalk or stand on anylength wrote to Mrs ad vice foljo wed Ia ULCUIIIUUD took Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Today I am a well woman tumor expelled and whole system strengthened I advise all women who are with tumors or female troubles to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable E P HAYES 1890 Washington St Boston Mass Cotton Seed Meal Until about 40 years ago cotton seed thrown away burned up used bj some as a fertilizer generally regarded as being worthless while today cotton seed bring many dollars to tht purse of the Southern planter and tht products therefrom a world with market Cotton seed meal has attract ed much in the feeding world in the past years and each year some food expert discovers some new use fur valuable commodity Twenty years it was an extremely difficult matter to interest n cattle feed er sufficiently to give cotton seed meal a fair trial today it is a hard matter to find a practical cattle feeder who does not use cut ton seed meal There is no grain product from which protein most important ofall feeding material to an animals system can be obtained so cheaply ns from high grade cotton seed meal which contains 41 per cent protein At the present time only about one half of output of cotton seed meal manufactured in country is used here fully onehalf is exported The thrifty New England Farmers the first people in United States to appreciate value of this wonderful feed enough to buy and use it Northern Western and Southern feeders are beginning to awaken to the fact that they have long overlooked a most valuable feed Wherever cotton seed meal is properly used it iverlasting friends The object with tbe uptodate feeder is to produce the best cattle in shortest length of time at a minimum expense To do his it is necessary to use cotton seed meal In buying cotton seed meal always buy the best it is the cheapest In the and dealer will be glad to furnish you with literature relative to feeding If you can not obtain such iterature from your dealer write Agricultural Experiment Station for Itch information Been Away Nine Years Dear Mr Babbage Please change my address to Swiss Ave Dallas Texas It does not appear that I have been away from my dear old count and so long yet it will oon be nine years 1 want to see all myoId friends faces before I bid fare welt to all earthly things 1 will ntver lease to love Breckenriclne county people There is nothing I look for IitM more interest than day the News to arrive though I miss some of old Stcphenspott correspondents Irs K B Lay Mrs P C Ferry In your travels over the county just make mention to my friends that I am still living and expect some dav to return to old Breckenridge Respectfully 11V Jarrett OF THE VIRTUE OF E What is use of the face of such evidence as the letters represent If you are or know one who is what sensible reason have you for not giving Lydia E Pinkhams Com pound a trial For 30 years have been testimonial as of them they are genuine honest too every one them Vege tho for the has which the by more Mrs at the BAKBKR was forafibrold- tumor Isuffered sore Pinkham for her and Compound the was my aflllcted were but find attention few this ago even the this were the the the makes the end any the My J47 state the for the in we and of for Illrs George IliI M i L I suffered fe he not me to cure it of a I to Lydia E Pinznamd Compound soon disappeared 1 continueits use and am now In Lydia E Vegetable Compound has been a Godsend to me as I believe I have been in grave if it had not for Mrs advice and Lydia E Vegetable Compound Mrs GEORGE MAY 80 4th Ave Paterson N J Mrs W IC Iloush I a byLydia VegetableCompound to ittoallsuff- oring Housn 7 Because case is a difficult one doctors having you no do not continue to out giving Lydia E Compound a It has many suchasinflamniationulcerationdis placements larities painsbackache etc Fpr 30 years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound been tine remedy for female ills No sick does justice herself not try famous exclusively from and has thousands of cures to its credit Mrs Pink am invites all sick women for advice has raided thousands to health free of charge Address Mrs Lynn tii 1 what have from male troubles pains and backache My doctor said could give anything Through the advice friend began use Vega table perfect health Pinkham should my been Pinkhams Pinkhams says completely cured of severe ff want mend women Mrs W K East view Ave Cin your done good suffer with Veg etable trial surely cured cases pf female ills fibroid Tumors irregu periodic has standard woman to who will this medicine Made roots and herbs towrlto tar She Pinkham Mass neuralgia have been recom cinnati Ohio Pinkhams Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmcrs SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder cause of ita remark able restoring properties Swamp Root fulfills almost wick over rhcutiiaticui tie back kid neyo liver bladder nail every rare the passage It corrects inability to hold water and ccaldingpain in passin it or bad effects following liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unplcarant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many during the night SwampRoot in not recommended for everything but ii you have kidney liver or bladder trouble will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more Swantp Root and how flndoutif you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to rcutedy uc health every in coming pain in of urinary ttsevf times It in made about to Jr Larger ot uo nom ibrimptioob Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycei and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwdmpRooi Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the at dress Binghamton Von every bottle WILLING TO CALL IT OFF Lew Dockstrader Tells Story to Illustrate His Theory That Were All Superstitious Were all superstitious says Lew Dockstrader Ever hear the story of the two negroes who got into an argument One says to the other Ill i bet yo a dollah that I got the nerve to sit on a tombstone In do graveyard while tho clock strikes midnight The bet was made but the other mat had to go along to see whether or not the conditions were carried out On the way to the cemetery the second man fell and broke his wooden leg UuTlie was so anxious to win that del lar that he took the leg oft and bled along to tho cemetery one hobI on the other negros shoulder seated themselves on a prostrate tomb stone Do I win that dollah or do 1 I not asked the man who made the proposition triumphantly Just then the clock in the church steeple began to strike From behind a bush neat by a sheeted figure advanced upon anidlstuhblnnegro that bet he wasnt afraid started for home on tho keen jump The only way out was through a nar row lane bounded on either side by tall hedges About half way down the lane the running negro heard a pat patpat just behind him He could feel tho hot breath of his pursuer or the back of his neck A hand reached out and touched him on the coat and he just doubled his speed Oh mal goodness niggah said the voice ol the onelegged man git outen mail road and yo can keep yo ole dol lah The Wise Tailor The late Goldwin Smith said a magazine editor exuded good advice on all occasions You know how barbers In their desire to sell tonics and pomades make coarse and Insulting references- to their patrons baldness Well a Montreal barber once criticised the condition of Prof Smiths hair in that- way saying Hopelessly bad as your scalp ooks sir my ScalpeneDandurttia wilt Ix lt up The aged philosopher flushed and retorted You are very foolish to point out your patrons physical defects That saddens and displeases them K oesnt make them buy It drives them sway and they willl never return You would be wiser my poor fellow to mutate a successful down town tailor This man says to every patron as he akes his measurehe says It to a fat and llean short and toll alike II Its an extraordinary thlngof course you already know it sirbut you have exactly the same measure flouts as the Apollo Bolvldere Eye Shows Disease According to Dr W Anderschon a Norwegian scientist all diseases and njurles are registered on the iris either by color spots or lines each organ of the body being connected up with the iris and having its repre entntlvo place there The right eyes the Indicator for the right part of the body and the left eye tho Indicator for the left half The new sys em of diagnosis is said to have been discovered by Professor Peozely of oland who in his boyhood caught an owl and the birds right leg was broken The boy noticed a black tripe in Its right eye Ho kept the bird and found that when the fracture was well the black line disappeared Race Growing Sturdier Dr Sargent of Harvard finds that he present day undergraduate Is an rich taller and four or five pounds heavier than the undergraduate of 30 years ago and he lays It to athletics Vo doubt that Why not lay It to he generally believed fact that their mothers are taller and more healthy ban wore their grandmothers 1- JS 1ctr WE WANT YOUR 1Eggs Chickens TurkeysI I I Lambs Calves Hides Tallow BeeswaxII or anything you have to sell in the way of pro duce Our facilities for handling Eggs and Poultry are the very best Have a large house specially adapted for handling and shipping We pay thehighest market price in spot cash and make prompt returns to shippersII J WE SELL Flour Feed and Ice 1 I Ask E H Shellman tC Co bankers and First State Bank Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff and depend onigetting the bestl price the market nffoids h Brotl I t NOTICEOCT I I I 0II will offer for sale at my home near Sample I Ky all the personal property of Mrs A CIHunter deceased to the highest and best bidII derconsisting of the following xr One span mules two horses two milch cows one steer thir tyhead sheep good stockewes one buggy and harness two road wagons farming imple ments of all kinds household furniture including piano I Terms Made Known on Day of Sale VVesley Hunter I r lrMsiriOVsamM Y 1rwM t LAND LAND LANDtbest Investment on eurth is the earth Itself and the best earth to invest In TIIE the Great Panhandle of Texns The soil Isrlcltfand productive and you Inn grow tiro crops of WllllIt Oats Rye Alfalfit Corn Kifllneorn Millet Broom corn Sorghum Mutzo Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texas you run get three or tour crops otA1taltl each year wlllch will average II on tom f the JurolIt each cutting The best of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones no hotwinds Guarantee 1000 Profitsthe First year To anyone wholhuysja section of this land 640 acres I will guarantee them tho abvn nlLmed prom the first Y ur and when they have mndo the first payment In full I will deposit One Tlx usmnd Dallurs In any bank In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money If ut the end of 12 months they cannot sell this section for the a bovo itunifd profit tbPatheforfeltmore Kill guarantee on ono IIl1t section und 8250 on uquurtcrstctlon If interested write mo at once I J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky LI1 ttt V 4 4 THE r The most centrally located and Fifth Avenuei only llrst class hotel in the city making a 1200 rule prlnclHOlEOnlyStrict cars pass the door tolall Louisville Kypurtsottbeclty neat and clean PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr w r i yll 411JWe Do All Kinds of Joty Printtn I v r f 1i L 1L NoticeONOIL 1 Iocrrt I 22 1910 i v I will offer for sale at my home near Sample 1 Ky all my personal property to the highest and I guest bidder consisting of the following lOne span horses 6 and 7 yearsold 1 jr One mare 6 years old three milch l Lj cows seven head cattle one and two f years old twentyseven head of sheep t good stock ewes 300 bushels of cornl I two tons hay 2 buggies and harness mtf9 farming implements of all kinds I v i fjr Terms Made Known ion Day of Sale I fLEdd Roberts i THEFEED THAT FATTENS 2 o at1 Cotton Seed lions Write me GrdeCOTTON1 I ottUaiYltAL for prices before buying WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 IVi T lio 1- Y rf 0You Read The Blue Grass Farmer Edition of TheI i Lexington Herald This iis tho regular M mdav morning news edition contiiining j in addition six pages devoted to general farm notes and news lt pertaining to tho fiirminjr interests of tho Blue Grass section of Ta IKentucky Jo aooSpecial Rate1 1912 to t11 00 Moro than fourteen months of a good news and farm paper combined for ihe above sirnll amount Order now and get advantage of tilt full t me i THE LEXINGTON HERALD I LEXINGTON Incorporated KENTUCKY 1 t n11 Save 75BY PURCHASING tj p OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS f for only 125 Theregular price is JiIOO Those who bring or mail I 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 825 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL 5 ytvOt BUSINESS COLLEGEJIoalPOa41au Second and Walnut Streets 1OVISVILLE KY I 2 AIYthin A 4sTO l Selltlrt 1- I I fell and my arm in pain I could not use my hand or arm until a told me to use The first gave me relief and I can now use my arm as well as H B 92 I Flora St N J is an and germ cuts burns and and will draw the from sting of poi sonous insects 2Bc BOo and 100 Sloans book on horses cattle sheep and poultry lent free Address tfff Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA For prams Gave Me nstant belief sprained andwas terrible without intense suffering neighbor Sloans Liniment application instant everpins SPRINGER Elizabeth SLOANSLINIMENT excellent antiseptic killerheals wounds contusions poison Where Abraham Fished MrsI Vlfinrli dc ItnnstMi In The Soul of n Turk relates a Ilegend con ccrnlnc Alinihniii which will ho iu w to iniinv treaders Sin learned of II while at Kdessi the Itraditional Or of the fhaldees SheI was shown there n law ullon null of water so tilled with llshes restliiK Just helow tit sur fart of the wnter that their tins and hacks seemed almostI wedged together so as to form an almost solid lnyer of silvery life The pvnrdlun of Ithe mosque throws some meal Into IIhP WIlier and tilt fish Jump high to catch It a irrem living pyramid of which those which Jump the highest form the pinnacle The tradition Is that Ahrnham as n child fished In the tank hence Ithe llsh were considered sacred No single one has been caught or killed to this day In deed death would overtake the man who transgressed this law Ua y wont naffer five minutes with crimp if y it apply Dr Thomas IS Itctic 01 nt uiiei It nets lik iniiijic Keeping Lamps Clean If you want to get a gum light put fresh oil into the lump every day Dont till II ipilte full hut leave nlioiit iinn lush of space at the top Put In a new wick frequently Old wicks get stiff and dogged Never cut the hnrned port off hut rub It with a soffcloth every duly Keep the outside of the lump clean and dry null you wont he troubled with oily odors Wash till burner twice a month using n lather of warm water am nioiiln and soap Rinse and dry thor Uglily adore using a new chimney roll it In n Glenn cloth and put it In a kettle of cold water Bring It slowly to the hull nod leave It bulling for fifteen minutes The water should be allowed to cool before the chimney Is removed Chimneys treated In this way will eslst any ordinary degree of heat After trimming the lamp turn the wick down lielow the top of the burn r or It will siphon up the oil and make the outside of the lamp greasy ISmpty all oil out oi the lamp occasion ally and won wnsb the reservoir Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAProtection I Sir Oliver Lodge 11111 I Ill that the problem of scciirlnu protection from lightning coimlstid In Hndlng the host method of dlKslpailnu Ithe enormous energy of the Hush Inn Unit It was not wise to get rid of theI energy too quickly A thliilnm wire Is on Rid Bred the best IIJ liinlny conductor from the electrical point uf view hut It Is almost Impossible to protect a building from lightning unless It Is completely enveloped In u metal rage It Is by no means true Unit n building Is safe when provided llb1I conductor reach ing up to the highest part of the building uoftooIf the best is good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to us- eSubscribeI todayI l FUSION POOL PLAN ADOPTED Burley Society District Board Believes Solution Is Found RESOLUTION GIVEN IN FULl County Pool to Be Engineered by Independent Committees and Will Be Merged If StrongTrustees to Meet For InventoryFinal Vote Will Be Taken Lexington Ky Special The District Board of tho Burley Tobacco Society passed a resolution which provides for a fusion pool and puts an entirely new phase on the situa tion in tho Burley district Franibrs of the plan and tho Board which unanimously adopted it bollovo it furnishes tho solution of the gonpral demand for a guaranteed strong pooll or no pool In general application the proposi tion provides for the conditional pledging of tobacco in county pools pledges to be held in trust by corn mittees selected by the signers lade pendent of tho Burley Society These county committees will meet in Lex ington Oct 31 and take an Inventory of the conditional pledges taking Into consideration the tobacco ale ready In the Burley pool Committees will then separately either vote their pledges into the Burley pool or de stroy the contracts as tho Individual committee may Itself decide The Fusion Resolution M Following Is the resolution That we recommend a mass meet ing to be called at the county seat or some other central point In each county on next Saturday Oct 15 1910 at 1 p m for tho purpose of discussing the pooling of tho 1910 crop of tobacco and suggest that tho majority of tho people at this muss meeting select a committee of three or more said committee may bo bankers lawyers business men or to bacco growers to hold all the pledges signed on and after Oct 9 1910 with the understanding that this commit tee shall bring said pledges so sign ed to a meeting of all the counties to be held In Lexington on Oct 31 at 10 a m with the understanding that the majority of the committee so se lected from each county bo empowered after hearing the reports from all the counties present either to de liver the pledges to the Burley To bacco Society or take them home and destroy them The decision of the majority of that part 6t the committee present front each county shall bind the pool ers signing said pledge Final Vote On the Pool Pursuant to the resolutions passed at the July meeting providing for a vote by the growers in the Burley pool the Board passed the following resolutionThat set the date for voting the 1910 iool on or off at tho various precincts In the different counties for the first day of November 1910 and that each County Chairman or Coun ty Secretary be requested either to telephone or telegraph us the vote of his county as soon thereafter as pos sible and not later than 6 p m of that date so that the District Board may declare the pool onor off as per vote taken It was tho unanimous belief of a gathering which voted as a unit that the fusion plan solves tho problem ot- a successful pool Deans Ointment cured uir of eczema Hint had annoyed me a long time Thr cure was permanent Hon S 1V Matthews Commissioner tabor Statis tics Augusta Me A Warning- A word with regard lo black mod Ings Refuse nbsolntely to war host tliut crock In this enlightened dn there In no excuse for buying them tif every store hits on hand n large stocl of black hosiery the dye of which 1 a warranted not to rub oil on the feelt or shoe lining One woman not know ing this and beingof a cleanly dlsposl tlon nc ilTn scrub the black dye from her foot every night with ammonia and refined sand soap After several weeks of abusing the skin by this process and rubbing the poisonous dye Into the sensitive surface In the daytime tho poor soul going like Agag exceeding delicately forswore every thing but white balbrIggan stocking- and will tolerate nothing else Chil dren should never put on any except fast color hose as tho tender cuticle will certainly absorb the injurious dye laud liisicl will not wash gray and will loiive no more stain on the toot MIMI will a purr white stocking Impure blood runs yon down makes you an easy victim for organic diseases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the causebuilds you up NOTICE Please do not asklws to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free I E r E RURAL TELEPHONES x Mr harmer are you interested If so call on the k manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far S rateftS CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 1iEl1I hO21 ptu4 40 pin s 40 um Lv IOUISVILLB Ar 71oum115UpmOpm14 Mh STUAWllKlUtr U8 h IUSI10FF 118 MII hf 09 fD Of MKDUUA ftt 48 tte L t7 03 P2ISI I 1001 slfs1531 f030 HAHTLKS fll 50 JI 41i tl 37 19 3wHOpK HAVKN ill 45 fo nf5 43 18 40 LUNG HltANClI fll 37 ni 3J 552 1141ItHANIFNIUIW 11 211 0I 5 5a fOliO KKKON fll 81I II 111 0 03 flO 0 OU TON 548 fjl 13 II O h 1043 015025 1013 IKVINOION h 41 il 05- flO II 01 h fO 31 flO 10 WfcHSlKK 57- flOlH 4 fO 39 flu 27 LOniliUUO 15 34 fO 46 MYSTIC flO hIl 5J flO 37 SAMPLE flO 41I fa S 0 58 10 44 STEIMIENSIOKT 514 nf10 flO 43 ADDISUNn 1027MO 510 hn flu 50 I no 10I0 ti m U th0rT015r n 11 h 00 ULOVBRlORT4511 10 01 I 4 fis 15 n to 12 f729 hSldLItIAN f9 53 f8 03 n It0 Pol 11 45 7 37I 11 13 IIAWESVIIIE 4 33 SI 43 4 30II I 7 53 t141ra31JOt13Uft 03 f3 24 PATES h 8 50f4 J701- so DUTCHI 713123asm Tifni2 iiDi OWENSBOKO 55 8 40 CONWAV n t845345tlf121 f3 49 1041O aTi031t140f6ni613S8 23 1180 042 1I 05 HENDERSON 300 l SO 255 555pn 3o7101tmIIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains 1x3 NOT =STOP StLouismum sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from oast of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations cast of Cloverport to dischnrgepassengers from went of Cloverport r Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1st Olusi 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 I 10 IMbed11II11yI 1 1 I 1110pmf6f70i 555 si 135- H20 Qarfleld sO 33s2 57 10 30 607 fll 10 Harned 920 fa 37 1015 s7 23 UI IS sll4l Junction 5912s2 25 m 57 31 6 10 11 54cm Hardinsburg sl l17oJ 10 741 027 1201pm Junction = 911s200 1010- f7liO 6 37 f2 OS Kirk IU OH 11 45 10 01 I7iii7 H5 f1215 AlcQuady 181 fl 20 954 liSI10 ISg1 s2 27 Qlendennc sS 4fi si 00 sS 10 7 UU s2 11- 6r8 Dempster 836s124S 043 24 713 f12 40 Rockvnlc is 83 s12 40 9 36 931SII1842 730 fl2S0 Oaks f8 18 f 12 13 U 23 915S3 30 IA12LINfiTONI c 4li 0 05- liuuvu Between Dempster sad FallsfRoUfhUI HAST I I I P SucondCttlsiI I X25flits Time Tnhlo wont TT T 31 I 27 i otrout Sunday Junu 24 25 32 Mixed Passenger Passenger 111 1010 firIIt5lipn Passenger Passenger Mixed MondayWlIIUIHIyundKrTdy Duly Illlly Ui IrldyUnly12 I I i pmII Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business Ft If you do you may find Jjust what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address IIf none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business ill you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage 950U1acres 3K miles north of Hard P nour tho Hriindenburt roud Well watered plenty of timber for smallsbacco Terms ensy norl further Informa tion ivrltoJno U HabbiiKO Olorurport Ky 3 3U0140ncresmiles from ton Guston I well watered lays woll good young orchard Rood yurdstrodwelling with kitchen on back porch two Kood bnn and tenent houso una c1s backtern In the fields moat und lion house woodshed will nellon easy payments plenty of umnirtrutt Further particulars address JuoI HabbaRO Cloverport Ky CO OHO For 18 acres tour miles west ofp ifUUU aiondoano Smiles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion SO acres In grass will produce the best plonfylasting Wafer well at In door neighborhood of dwell r fug log dwell 2 rooms and sloe room housesIlOntypurposesgood I poll aL1A harm contl1lnlnlt 250 acres mind fivelbnrnstonoI trees also pears quinces und uprlrots I most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice i clewedbalancewire of black farm sufficient for posts to tho whole In It lies near Ekroo orlongCOU 8ALEA splendid stand for a druggist J1bythe place for some young physician to step buslu8111AnIs the reason for selling Kor further partic Oloyepport Y j y mr J w- 1x it tN- 0 ci CUSTERt A Newsy Letter From Custer And Her NeighborhoodNotes About The People The death of the little baby from raenengltis of Mr and Mrs Marvin Harrington nged one year and two weeks was a sad blow to the family The burial took place in the family burying ground near Cinter John Cook and Alf Taylor were in Hardinsburg last week Tobacco is all housed The general crop is good and a fine yield We understand tho pledged price is from 12 to 2f cents The corn crop turns out a fairly good yield and farmers have no cause to complain John Cook sold his automobile to Mr Hardin of Clover Creek for eight hundred dollars Misses Brown and Watlington each made good talks at the association Each lady showed their practicallity and are good monuments totheirformer instructors Miss Brown was a Kings wood pupil last year while Miss Wat Hngton was a pupil of Prof Martin at HardinsburgMiss and mother of Gar field were guests of Mrs James Haynes Saturday Much praise Is due David Walls for the succoss of the school box supper Saturday night Close to 40 being the estimated receipt The proceeds will go to the School Library Fund now started here Rafe Huftines and family have moved back to Louisville having moved to this place from Louisville three years agoWe are afraid the matrimonial noose is suspended over the head of one of our country bachelors Such seems the impending fate Hauling from this place is lively now the roads are good making traffic to and from the railroad easy to trans portJ A Cook bought of Dr Hart and Wm Cannon of McDaniels three car loads of steers and shipped them to LouisvilleMrs Taylor returned home Monday after an absence of six weeks visiting in Louisville and Cloverport- Mr Uurnett who formerly taught a music class here but now of Garfield attended the box supper at the schoolhouse Saturday night given by the teacher Dave Walls Prof Martin was in Cuntar Saturday to attend tho Distict Teachers Associa tion that was held here Cello Pile is visiting her sister Mr Sherman Haynes Will Marr of Garfield has returned to complete A Taylors new store houseMiss Lena Meyer of Burns was a guest of Dr Meador Saturday and at tended the box supper Prof Mnxev principal of the county High School located at Hardiniburg was t conspicuous figure in tips county tfsoc ttjin Saturday giving a good talk to the teacheri on the subject of the Purposes of a Catfnty High School showing to the fathers and mothers present the necessity of a good prac tical education for their children Mr Walls subject How to Teach and Study Hiitory was a good exposition as to the ways how Prof Martin is a fine all round man and was ready every fraction of a second to lend a helping hand Miss Judith Walls was the week end guest of Miss Daisy Trent Miss Ella Ahl of Hardinsburg spent a week visiting friends in Custer vicin ityT J Mitchara bought the Thompson Johnson place and will move in town Mr Johnson Is looking for a suitable farm but will move his family to John Cooks farm for the winter Jim Bennet sold one of his farms to Willie Morris at a private sale Marvin Hoskinson and wife will move to Vertreese they having sold their property here at a fine price to James and John Bennet each man add ing their respective parts to their old farmsGilbert Pile has received a fine lot of fall goods now ready for market Mrs Jabez Carter died Saturday night after an illness lasting five or six months She was buried in the Kasey grave yard on Monday She leaves a husband and several children Death claimed the little four year old son of John Gray Sunday afternoon A cute bright child whose absence fills the sorrowing hearts of its parents with grief Mr and Mrs Gray have the sympathy of their many friends Miss Pearl Rhodes is fishing some Moore yet Joe Moore Constantine pedagogue graced the Association with his jovial beaming face He also had some good things to say to us If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use A HELPING HAND Is Gladly Extended By A Clover port Citizen There are many enthusiastic citizens in Cloverport prepared to tell their experience for the public good Testi mony from such a source is the best of evidence and will prove a helping hand to scores of readers Read the following statement John H Wills Judge of police court High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation in pronouncing Downs Kidney Pills the best remedy to be had for kidney disorders I take pleasure in recommending them to all persons afflicted with this trouble I shall be pleased to answer any ques tions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents IosterMilhurn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other ADDISON Bro II Jarboe lUlled his appointment at Holts Chapel Sunday Ernest Popham of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Bessie Mitchell Sun dayMies Joy Howard and her father W J Howard are spending a few days here and will return lo Louisville soon to spend the winter bliss Daisy Morris was the guest of Miss Julia IFella Sunday O L Black has returned from Louis ville I II I rm50 IN CASHII I To anyone finding a piece of last Falls goods in my entire stock II A brand new stockand we propose to keep it new I Itrli Did you know that the best shoe stock in Kentucky is Gardners I WALKOVER QUALITYQUEEN IIand strongest every day shoes in the I world for men women and children Every Pair Guaranteed I I Unique line of MENS CLOTHINGi- nI Greys Tans Browns Blues Blacks and Fancies Every garment bench tailored Satisfaction guaranteed in every re Ispector money refunded I SuitsIPrices 250 to 600 I IAbeautiful line ot I Fall and Winter Dress Goods I just arrived in Serges Panamas Mohairs fljand Broadcloth in all colors Prices 50c 75c and 100 per yard I Mrs Berkhnrt of Henderson was the guest of her granddaughter Mrs Guy Martin Sunday A fine boy arrived at Carl Blacks SaturdayMiss Fella of Red Wing is spending a week at home If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use j BIG SPRING Miss Mayme Moorman of Vine Grove spent Thursday with Mrs W A Hynes Mrs Bruner Mrs Dent and Spruco Casey of Rosetta were here last week to see thdr brother Taylor Casey and wife who are sick Misses Pattie and Ermine Cox re turned Friday from Auburn from a three weeks visit to their sister Orion Casey was called from Owens boro last week to be with his father Taylor Casey who is critically ill Miss Lizzie Miller of Cecillia is the guest of her father Harry Miller Mrs Achilles Moorman has returned from a three weeks visit with her son Raymond of Louisville J H Harned of Vine Grove was here Thursday to see his sister Mr Casey who is ill Mr and Mrs Dan Spradlin and son of Louisville spent several days last week with her sister Mrs John Fou shee Kirschbaum advantage my Ladies Suits Big line of ladies coat suits for you to select your fall suit from in Black Blue Gray Tan and Brown All guaranteedlinings Ladies WearNice line of them for to select from from 100 to 400 Ask to see They are all late styles and up to date Shoes Do not line of shoes Ask to see tho Stronger than tho low at 300 Bettor than you pay elsewhere 350 for Ask for it and ISIlksjust fn for Fall aistingsI Hats Caps Gloves Underwear I Shirts Ties Suspendersiall linesIAll Wash GoodsFast Colors I No matter what others prices are onIGroceries Ill beat It Try meiTrunks Suit Cases Leather Hand Bags IMatting Oil Cloth Blankets Com Iforts Rubber Goods Sewing I MachinesIAll embraced in our General LineI COMES- ee I us before you purchase It Newsom Gardner Irvington Ky I T R Moorman spent several days last week in Louisville Mrs Judith Hardin returned to Eli zabethtown last week after a three weeks visit with old friends- J H Meador attended the fair at Owensboro last week Charlie Crider spent several days last week at Henderson- Dr Nevitt reports a number of ty phoid patients Mrs Ed was in Vine Grove Friday Mrs Miller and daughterMiss Carrie have returned to Louisville after a visit with her daughter Mrs J D Meador If the best Is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour isJthe flour YOU ought to use no at All aro of of and all tho in in to and at to all in all to in to or in all to All of to at PartyII J C the son at had a cf twentyseven for California last Wed He went as far as St with the years ago he took a of to Los Cat and he says that the Is for a nice to in the Mr a a specialty of and has each year for the West FLETC- HERSCASTORIA U- jNow is The Best Time to Buy Your Suit for Winter stock is broken allwool suits strictly hand tailored BEFORE 1250 to 2000 it to see these goods before you buy I o a wide range of other P to 1250 It be to I to see large of clothing as I can in fit quality price Coat Readyto Hats you prices them forgot my Work Shoo Martin take Mens Gun Metal patentleathersthese goods solid andno cut Vamps Big line Misses Childrens shoos new styles Gun Metal Patent leather and Kid Biggest line Irvington select from prices suit Ladies And Child rens CloaksB- ig line colors from 250 Ladies and 150 750 Misses Childrons Bear Skins colors with caps match Mens ShirtsCloutt Peabody Coat Shirts nice new goods Big line patterns from 100 California Crutcher agentfor Hender Route Webster party nesday Louis party Three party twenty Angeles prospect good party California spring Crutcher makes Western business several large crowds Gfo cirn Cry FOR the will pay you suits from 500 will your line please you and other leather Ladies 1500 select Dress Goods nndPanamawide Mens Hats All tho now stylesjit from 100 to 400 I am Agont for Tl- ieEdison 4M PhonographA- nd records Come in and hear the now pieces and get my prices You will find anything in our stock that is kept in a general firstclass store Ed F Alexander Irvington Ky Y L I 3p T 1