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FT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT J7VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1910 8 Pages NO 16 t Successful Lot Sale at Irvington t Brings College Addition IEventful Day at The Railroad Junction tEightyfive Lots Sold and a Big Building Boom is Started I Now I lay me down to sleep said 4astranger in Irvington the other night ife but he didnt finish his little prayer in Irvington for he couldnt find a lodging placethe town was so crowded and every housa was taken Such will not be the case from now on for College Addition became an impor tant part of Irvington Saturday at the big sale and in a short time to come Bandy Court will be opened up to homeseekers These two additions to Irvington will make it a perfect little city and a place of ideal homes In re gard to the sale Saturday the Irving ton correspondent writes as follows Since that eventful day in the fall of 1888 which marked the opening of the Henderson Route for freight and pas senger traffic there has not occured in the history of our town such an event as that of the Real Estate Sale yhich was held here on October 22 Long before the time for the sale to begin crowds of people were arriving from every thoroughfare coming by carriage loads buggy roads wagon loads and on horse back The incoming trains brought throngs of interested purchas ers until by the appointed hour 1030- a m a vast concourse of people men women and children had assembled on the public square where the Hawesville Band discoursed the latest music i MISS MOORMAN J4s Appointed Chairman Of The t Fourth Congressional Distri ct By The Kentucky Federation Of T WomansClub Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane has received an appointment which Will keep her hands lull for sometime She is Chairman of the Fourth Congression al District by the Kentucky Federation of Womans Clubs to look after the work for the betterment of schools in KentuckyFrom to lime Miss Moorman will have to ask favors of many of the women of this county who are Interested in the educational movements and it is hoped every women will cooperate with Miss Moorman and crown her efforts with successThe following will show how nuch there is to b accomplished u The first thirteen states in the table = v knduw have ltI thau l per cent of Ul iteracy All but one of those have school suffrage for women The last twelve in the table have over iO per cent ot Illiteracy in this group is Kentucky Not one of these states has school suffrage for women fc The states having no school suffrage frTor women are so marked All the others have full or partail school suff rage for womenU Cencus of 1900Per Cent 1 Washington 05 2 South Dakota 06 06st 4 Nevada no sufi ageJ 06 15 Wyoming 07 iijr 0 Massachusetts 08 f MinnesoUiit c 08S b Nebraska 08 9 Connecitcut 08 10 Oregon 08 11 Utah 08 12 District ot Columbia no suf fcago v 08 13 North Dakota 09 14 Idaho I 09 15 California no suffrage 10 10 New York 12 17 Iowa 12 18 Wisconsin tri- llfKansas 13 ail New Hampshire 15 21 Michigan 17 2 e1Jersefoi i 7- jJ Rhode Island no suffrage 18 as JIUnotq v 0 0 f 21 h4 rennay1vanla noattffrage i 2 3- i 0 G The Ballon ascension was the closing event of the open air concert The band led the way and a throng of peo ple estimated at one thousand followed to the College Addition where the sale began Eightyfive lots were sold averaging about forty dollars per lot PRIZES WON BY THREE Lucky tickets were given away and the winning number was called out but could not be found Another was named and Chas King held the num ber Afterwards Mrs Nannie Wathen learned that she had the ticket of the first number So five dollars each was given to both persons A happier per son than Mrs F C Matthews was not present She drew the free lot Mrs Wathen bought 12 lots She has dealt extensively in real estate and showed her faith in Irvington to be as great as it is In the western towns MISSES TRAIN Major Combs of Virginia who was advertised to auction the sale missed the train at Louisville Auctioneer Dave Henry did the Work successfully and enjoyed It The entire sale was satisfactory and the people are looking forward to the opening of Bandy Court The crowd dispersed highly pleased with the event and everybody was boosting Irvington SUIT FILED At Hawesville Against Evansyille Brewers For Selling Clover I port Men Beer Attorneys V C Vance of Hawes ville and Murray Murray of Hard insburg filed four suits against theF W Cook Brewing Co of Evansville growing out of the sale ot beer to the McCracken brothers and Jesse Keys on May 16 1909 While under the influence of this beer they engaged in a fight which resulted in the deathof Keys and the confinement of Wm Mc Cracken for four years in the States prison ggOOO damage Is claimed by the widow and children of Keys Selby McCracken and Wm McCracken have also filed suits for 20000 26 Ohio 24 27 Maine no suffrage 24 28 Oklahoma 25 21 Culcrado 27 30 Vermont i 20 31 Indiana 30 32 Maryland no suffrage 41 33 Missouri no suffrage t 48 34 Delaware 56 35 Texas no suffrage 61 36 Arizona 62 37 Mississippi 80 38 Florida no suffrage 86 30 West Virginia no suffrage 100 40 Virginianosuffrage111 41 Arkansas no suffrage 116 42 Georgia suffrage11943 KENTUCKY no suffrage 128 44 South Carolina no suffrage136 45 Indian Territory no suffrage 40 40 Tennessee nosuffra eI4247 Alabama no suffrage 143 48 Louisa na no suffnsge173 49 North Carolina no suffrage 105 BO New Mexico no suffrage 224 Police Court News George Taul was fined 20 for dis turbing peace Saturday night He paid his fine Jerry Landis and Abe Landis tvera fined 15 each for disturbing peace The first gave band and the other will work his out on the street Raymond Pate Hpme Raymond Pate arrived home from New Mexico last week for a fortnight visit Mr Pate is greatly improved in health The climate of Now Mexico has almost made a new man of him He says most pedplethere live sleep and workoutdeoragndenjoy hwilth JII BEAUTIFUL TAR SPRINGS COMES INTO LIME LIGHT Tar SpringsSanatorium Company Organized And Plans Are On Foot To Make It A Leading Southern Resort For several years Breckenrldge county has had her treasure hid under a hill b t next Maythe world will be able to find itBeautiful Tar Springs A Chicago stock company has bought the place from J W Holiday Tar Springs Sanatorium Co is the syndicate being organized with acnpitpl of 100000 George W Sayles is man agerwlth headquarters at the tit George Hotel Mr Sayles will have several re presentatives in different states to sell stock for the company Dr Owen is oue of the most enthusia stic citizens over the prospect of having the Tar Springs made over He thinks it is the greatest place in the world Mayor Barrys name hauls the top of the list of subscribers of stock anti it is bring followed by Cloverports wide aw ake business men Mr Sayles and E R Post will be in Cloverpprt several days and shall be pleased to meet anyone interested in buying stock in The Tar Springs Sinn toriuni Company Mr COLEMAN Dies At IrvingtonFuneral Held At Old Home At Garnelts ville Was A Loved Citizen Irvington Oct 24 Special Once more the grim monster death has visit ed our community and taken from our midst one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens in our town Mr Andrew B Coleman who died at his home on I list Thursday night at 0 oclock Mr Coleman hud been in failing health for several mouths and Its ill ness was generally known but no one was prepaired for the unwelcome an nouncement He came to this city from Vine Grove about fifteen years ago and helda posit ion as miller in the Irvingtou mill until a few months ago he hud to give up the place on account of bad health lIe was one of the plllurs of the Methodist church of this place auclwas Superin tendent of the SundaySchool for a number of years His daily walk and conversation proved an inspiration to every one who cane within the wide cliche of his influence No words could ever state the Christ like virtues which adourned his life He did not thinkof himsel but constantly gave his thoughts to the happiness and comfort of others and in making known his deep appreciation and gratitude to the loved ones relatives neighbors and friends for their kind and tender ministrations He was a live long Christian eager and faithful in advancing the cause of the Master and a devoted member of thr Methodist church Mr Coleman is survived bya wife oue daughter Mrs Will Cain of Louis ville and a son Mr Oliver Coleman of Volin Ky besides a host of friends The remains were taken to his old home near Garnettsville Saturday and laid to rest Rev L K May and Mr W J Piggott accompanied the remains Big Gift For Transylvania Lexington Ky Qct 22It was an nounced by President R II Crossfield at Chapel in Transylvania University today that R A Long president of the LongBell Lumber Company of Kan sas City Mo had given 30000 to Transylvania Twentyfive thousand is for endowment purposes and 5000 for any other purpose the University desires Mr Long is a former Shelby county man and has been in the west fox many years He made the gift at the personal solicitation of Dr Crossfield o D tn i b ir nn WHAT TWO WEEKS MORE WILL MEAN TO ALL- An Important Letter In all but four of the counties which comprise the Fourth Con gressional District there will be no election this fall for any office other than for Congressman In four of these counties vise Ohio Breckonridge Meade and Grayson Judge Settle is the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals I wish to invite your attention to the fact also that I am the Democratic nominee for Con gress at tho election to bo hold on Tuesday November 8 next This is what is commonly known as an oil year in politics That is with the exception aforesaid there will be no election other than for Congressman There is so little discussion of politics in the off years that the people frequently forget that there is an election at all For this reason I wish to remind you that THERE WILL BE AN ELECTION IN YOUR CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT ON NOVEMBER 8 NEXT The Republican party has during nearly fifty years in oflico I grown drunk with power and has through the recently enacted tarifl act imposed such heavy taxes upon the people that it is next to im clothingfarmingoutrageoushnsfacturers that the Republican party in the East in the West and iin the North iis split in two and the Insurgent Republicans who can not in conscience support the regular Republican party any longer in their policy of pilfering the people have rebelled and are no longer willing to support such policies The people in the East in the West and iu the North have uprisen and have defeated many of the Republican leaders who were responsible for these policies The people South of the Ohio River have almost lost hope of ever being sot free from the tariff robbery But hope is in sight Thousands of Republicans in the East in the West and in the North arc calling upon the Democrats and the Republicans of the South to go to the polls on November 8 and make certain that men are sent to Congress who will vote against a continuance of the tariff robbery I was in Congress when the present tariff bill was passed I voted against it and if reelected will use whatever intellect and all the energy I possess to bring about a downward revision of the tariff The convention which nominated the present Republican candidate for Congress in this district as an opponent to me adopted reso lution praising the administration of President Taft President Taft could have vetoed and thereby could have defeated this tariff bill but instead ho signed it thereby giving it his approval Therefore it is reasonable to suppose that if the Republican candidate for Con gress in the Fourth District should be elected ho will vote to continue this high tariff bill under which the people are hungry and cold Again I ask that you go to the polls on November 8th and cast your vote for me and a reduction of taxes Sincerely yours Ben Johnson Bardstown Ky NOT ONE DEMOCRAT In Ohio County Will Support Gaddie For Congress G B Likens Refutes a Statement Printed- in the Louisville Herald The following letter addressed to Rogers Goro is self xplnnntory Hartford Ky October 22 lfllOHon Rogers Gore Louis ville Ky Dear Silly attention hits been called to an article in the Louisville Herald of October 18 in which it iis said that W B Render a prominent Democrat of this place pledged his support to Dr Gaddie the Republican nominee for Congress I desire to state that Mr W B Render is known here to be an uncompromising Re publican If he has failed to support a single Republican nominee in the lust ten years I have never heard of it In fact ho has not nail iated with the Democratic party since 1896 The reference to him as- a Democrat is treated here by the Republicans and Democrats as a joke Of the three thousand Democrats in Ohio county I have been unable to find a single one who will vote for Dr Gaddie but I have found a number of Republicans who will vote for Mr Johnson on November 9 Your friend G B LIKENS Chairman Democratic Campaign Committee I DEDICATION Of St Marys In The Woods Will Take Place November The Sixth What will be an interesting event to all Catholics is the dedication of the Catholic church St Marys In The Woods at McQuady November the sixthFather Knue the pastor expects this to be the happiest occasion of any religious event that has ever taken place Everybody is cordially Invited to attend Beautiful music q fjne din ner and excellent sermons will be in eluded on the dedicatory program Miss Jennings Sunday night The Epworth League willbe led by Miss Eunice Jennings The servicq Will begin at 615 oclock An interesting program is being arrang fired I w 1 MASONS Of Kentucky Elect New Officers Burman Is Chosen Grand MasterCapt Cowles In Charge Of Grand Lodge Louisville Ky Oct 1frbe second days session of the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons opened at 030 oclock today even with an even larger attendance than yester dayAtlloclockthe Grand Lodge proceeded tothe election of officers the most important business of the day Deputy Grand Master Robert H Bur nam of Richmond was promoted tot- he position of Grand Master by unan imous vote He will not take office however until his formal installation at the close of tomorrows session and Grand Master Cowles remains in charge p i 1l Important properties ofV the Grape are- transmitted l b- ROYAL Baking PowderI- Pige Absolutely I f j to the food it The f00dII therebytii made more l Ii tasty andII II digestib1e of the Grand Lodge David Jackson of London was pro moled from the office of Grand Senior Warden to that of Deputy GrandMaster by the scone unanimous vote J H Ewalt new Grand Junior War den was elected Grand Senior Warden byacclamationMr of Covinglou defeated Karl W Weothery Henry P Turner T M Smith George B Wins low T B Scott R M Ilocker W P Nunnelly and Jesse Hart for Junior Warden on the fourth ballot by R largo majority Having Great Meetings Dear Bro Babbage We are now in great meetings at Glen Dean and Fords ville T T Martin and his workers are fine I will try and send you a note about same when over Best love to the Cloverport people The Lord bless all of you Yours as everss J T Lewis Well Pleased Rev Mr Lewis the new pastor of the Methodist church delivered two sermons Sunday that greatly pleased his congregation Rev Lewis seems to be perfectly at home in Cloverport and the members of the church are given him a cordial welco- meSubscribe today II t- P J Y- LJI s t I 1 KentuckiansJ Wake Up 1A n p n U Now is The OpportunityII I I TARS 2 IIIT kI y I A Strong Company is now being L Organized to buy this valuable property building a magnificent i New Hotel and make this one of L1 the Most Famous and Attractive VV spots in all America If you are interested in the big development of Kentucky WRITE AT ONCE j For full Particulars addressI GEO W SAYLES MeuvgerSt George Hotel Cloverport Kentucky e1- dd H1L i 4 J Notes Of State Sunday School Convention Special from Irvlngtpn The State Sunday School Convention at Winchester Oct 6th to 10th was one of the best in the history of the t work The schools that failed to sent a delegate have lost much in inspira tlon nnd information The addresses of Dr Dement on Trained Leadership Prof Linsley ot1 Temperance and Missions and Prof McGlotnlln on the Adult Work wen most comprehensive and encouraging The teacher training class is the fea ture which needs pressing much in Ken tUCk nnd in our own county where there nrgbat few schools with any pro vision made for future teaching force Just to be left to chance as it has beer in the past Cant our superintendent plan more definitely for teacher train ing A class of young men and women taking someone of the authorized training courses would mean much for the futureMr WC Pearce and Dr McElfresh our international workers were with us throughout the session and were fillet with the spirit Knowledge and power rested upon them and was imparted to ere large congregations- The graded lessons were urged upor every school not using them Not be cause the Uniform lessons are not good but because the graded lessons are bet ter since they are adapted to the boys and girls by the wise experts who know just what children and youth of differ ent ages need for their best mental and spiritual advancement The Graded Union was the feature of the work or Sunday afternoon Mrs Piggott spoke of its possibilities for the country Sunday school Mr Vaughan spokeof what it is doing for the town and Miss McCulloch told what it Ms done in the city A union of all the teachers in a village or country Sunday school or several schools semi monthly or weekly to dis cuss old difficulties and new plans would help in many ways Try it and see Send to Kentucky Sunday School As sociation Rooms Trust Bldg Louisville forleaflets concerning anv phase of this work Iis Frayser was at her best She his broadened and developed wonder fully and is so much sought after in the North and East as an authority on Elementary work that Kentucky is for tunate indeed to hold her She has no peer in her department The music at the convention was well worth the time and money spent in the trip had there been nothing else Mr Excell is too well known to need any words of praise He fully deserves his name Mr Roper as pianoist was a revelation The beauty and delicacy of his work at the piano can not be described Showers of pearls rippling ot brooks songs of meadow larks brilliant pyro technical displays all cf these could be discerned in his exquisite work at the piano Let Breckenridge forge ahead We secured a pennant for having paid 75 ptr ceut of our apportionment but iin many things we need to wake up Lets have a House to House visitation and see just where we are I Ten representatives from Brecken ridge was a pretty good showing Web ster four HardlnsburgI M1 E South two Irvington Mv E South one Harned Baptist two and one whom i I cant locate Lets do great things nt Louisville next year and plan for u large representation and have a Breck euridge domonstration with badges banners We need this work and audII work needs us Impure blood runs you clown makes you HII easy victim for orgxiiic disease Burdock Blool Bitters purifies the blood cures the CHUSC builds you up Handwriting an Index of Character The clear legible style denotes a calm prudent reflective and gentle disposition serious strongminded painstaking and reliable The dashing style more or less Illegi ble indicates a lively vital Impatient imaginative disposition at times almost a genius In such people the temper Is often violent but of short duration They are enthusiastic charitable and wholeheartedA formation denotes order precision beauty and originality Even temper self t ontrol exactitude and consistency are as a rule a part of such a persons individuality The irregular uneven style Indicates among other things a careless inatten tive abstracted and unpractical nature A certain bent for construc tiveness usually goes with this nature The rounded handwriting indicates order precision strength good judg ment practicality patience resolu tion and calmness Tender sympathy and affection arc also displayed by this style of handwriting A love of ease and pleasure will usually be found in such persons The angular pointed styles denotes courage order selfreliance im patience and the lighting disposition Energy and willpower are also mani fested by this style of handwriting I together with penetration and acute nessIf the handwriting ascends across the page it shows an ambitious energetic good natured and strongwilled personality on the other hand if it do cends this indicates a tendency to wards melancholia deuression fatigue and indolence while the handwriting that is quite horizontal Indicates good sense moderation and sound healthIf letters are sqpeezed together and cramped it indicates an ungracious somewhat selfish disposition while letters spaced out well but connected show a kindly but forgiving and friend ly disposition New Idea Womans agazine for Novemb- erAdvertising is the Key note of success Two bottles f Cured My RheumatismU sufI1qferer from rheumatism for about two years and have used many lini Nmentsand patent medi which gave me no relief A lady friend of amine told me she had used your Liniment and found relief at once I got two bottles and they cured me I think it is the best Liniment a person have in the house I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I iJcan get itMs E R WALLACE Morrisons Va Another Letter MRS JAMES McGRAW of 1216 Mandeville St New Orleans La writes II I take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five yearsI and I used SLOANS t- ii LINIMENTfor one week and was completely cured I recommend your Liniment very highly Sloans Liniment instantlyrelieves stiffness of the Joints Sore Throat Hoarseness Sprains Neuralgia Sciatica and Lumbago Better and cheaper than porous plasters At AU Druggists Price 25o floe and 100 loan TreutUe on the Hone lent Free AddreiiI MDR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASSMrtii e M 4 rd + Ma I 0 = BARBERS OF ANCIENT TIMES Introduced Into Rome From Slcll Their Shops Became the Re torts of the Fashionable Professional barbers aro said I to have been Introduced Into Rome 1 by Menas from Sicily of which island 1 he was praetor In tho days of Cicero Under the empire their shops In sOlDe Instances became fashionable rclorts ut which every luxury of the toilet vine enjoyed and the gossip and new of Romo and the empire were 1118 cussed The means luxury arid weak resses of personal adornment therein tarried to excess Is tlmply Immortal- Ized In the pages of Terence 1Mautu Horace Juvenal and MartinI Other barber shops vcro more retired as wo learn from the annals of the Emperor Commodus who having wearied tat times of the wholesale tragedies tof- the Coliseum wherein armies and fleets engaged In murder at his Savni behest and being desirous of a HUIt humorous diversion used like the Caliph of Dagjad In tho Arabia Nights to disguise himself and salh forth accompanied by two or more his of favorites and having hired a barbers shop suitable for his purpose would place ono of his men at the door to solicit custom Having secured 3 customer the emperor barbt would politely affix the towel and apply the lather all the time keeping up a running fire of the latest jests and little pleasantries until the customer and himself were almost overcome with laughter Then the keen edged razor would slip and among regrets and proffers of assistance the noseless victim would be assisted Itto the rear of the shop where between threats and bribes he was kept frog making a riot until one or two more victims were added to tho number and Commodus tired of his demonic pleasantry was ready to return to the palace or the arenaCharles Winslow Hall In the National Magazine BABY PLANETS NUMEROU Asteroids All Moving In Orbits Between Those of Mars and Jupi ter Number 659 It la related that when the ono hundredth asteroid or minor planet was discovered ninny years ago certain astronomers organized a celebration of the event and that while the solemn ties were In preparation two or thre more asteroids were picked out In the sky by tho diligent observers These bodies so far as recognize and officially mapped now number 659 They all move In orbits between those of Mars and Jupiter and may be eltl or the debris of a ruined planet or the results of an abortive attempt of nature to form a planet The development of astronomical photography has added large number of these minor planets to our lists In tho Harvard observatory at Arequlpi Peru sixtyfour separate asteroids were photographed between 1898 nnd 1901 and fortyseven of these wer new discoveries- As may be Imagined the number of these bodies Is now eo large that It 1I- a Is difficult matter to tell whether one of them Is new or Is to be identified with a previous discovery In severa instances mistakes of this kind already have been made The swarm of plane toids Is a numerous one and It has be come a kind of astronomical sport tto pursue them and pick them out As Instruments become more power tul and methods morn delicate tht smaller bodies of the group will be de tected one by one and nddnd to OUI charts The exact value of such discoveries to the science of astronomy however Is somewhat problematical Taking Exercise The worst error of exercise tho most dangerous fad of physical cu Pure Is not to take enough of it and to sneer at every form that does not bear the dollar mark By one of these cynical poetic justices of nature the very men who denounce all physical culture and recreation as fads ar those who pay the heaviest persons penalty for this delusion They use the vigor that they have gained to chain themselves In dungeonllko ot Ices or airless workrooms twelve or fourteen hours a day They teel fine and are sure they are going to live to be 100 but one day to their astonishment a little artery whose coat has been hardened for twenty years unnoticed becomes so brfttl that It snaps suddenlyand down they go with a stroke of paralysis like a winged duck It Is never safe to Jeer at the gods whether the Imag- Inary ones of Olympus or tho real ones of modern scienceOuting- Odd Name J M Shepherd of Knob Nostei writes the Star concerning the origin of his towns name Nob Noster li situated at the foot of two beiuttfu hula or knobs In the western vernacular These knobs are green and rassworn to their summits and rise out of a flat prairie from which they can be seen for many miles Whet he village was founded In the earlY fifties a schoolhouse was built and an eastern schoolmaster was employed to teach a payschool When lie ar Ived at his place of employment he was struck with tho beauty of the inobs and being exceedingly proud of his knowledge of Latin dubbed them Knobs Noster or Our Knobs The Illngcra were struck with the name and named their town after the designation of their Latln loving schoolmas terThe process of time seems tc lave wqrn the s from Knobs Kan las City Star I tJrtt- a 417 rt ANOTHER WOMAN CURED ByLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound mack Duck MinnAbout a year ago I wirnt you that I was sick and could not do any of my housework MyI sickness was called IletrollexlonWhenI felt as If I could not get up I took ydiaEPinklmms vegetable Compound and did just as you told me and perfectlycured big baby boy Mrs ANNA ANDKKSOJT Box 10 mack Duck Minn Consider This Advice No woman should submit to a surgi cal operation which may mean death until she has given Lydia E Pinklmm1 Vegetable Compound made elusively from roots and herbs a fair trial This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and invigorator the female organism Women resit ing in almost every city and town iin the United States bear willing test monkto the wonderful virtue of Lydia 1 ngotnl le Compound It cures female ills and creates radl nnt buoyant female health If you are ill for your own sake as well as those you love give it a trial Mrs Pinleliam at Lynn Mass invites rlil sick Avomen to write her for advice Her ntlvico is free l always helpfulC- ONQUERING THE WASTE SAND European Countries Solving Grea Problem by Planting Vast Areas With Trees Europe Is conquering the waste lan1 problem by planting trees Every year thousands of acres of land are being reclaimed In this way by the leadln countries and put In a condition preparatory to a profitable timber harvest In the years to come Not only many previously foreste areas which have been cut over hay been planted up but a number of th countries are also devoting their enei gles to establishing a forest cover 011 dunes and other waste lands and IIn fact on all land which Is more vah able tor producing timber than for other purposes France has been one of the forcmos t European countries in reforestailor especially In the mountains whey planting has been a powerful factor IIn controlling torrents and rcgulntin stream flow The state each year buy uncultivated lands int the mountal regions and up to January 1907 iiIt had acquired 503000 acres In this way Communes associations and private Individuals are also assisted in reforestation work by grants of mono and by supplies of plants and seeds Altogether 249000 acres have been planted through this public assistance Complete exemption train taxation for a long period of years Is granted In the case of plantations made on th tops of slopes of mountains A reduc lion of three fourths for all land plant od or sown whatever Its situation Is also made CnMdren Cry FOR FLETC- NERSCASTGRIA Two Marrow Minds Oscar Hammerstetn was talklnj about music to a reporter The music of Strauss and the music of Puccini are alike agreeable to me he added Only narrow minded people devote themselves to music of one school- I have no sympathy with an argument I once heard between an 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IiJ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO u Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KYM WEDNESDAY OCT 26 1910 Subscription Price 100 a year in advance GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate pr 5 cents per line money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If itf is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give theiroldns wolfas their new address Democratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLE For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON IffVEST AT HOME Wo like these auction sales of homo land that we had in Clover port recently and at Irvington Saturday They stir up interest iin und which lies in our own country and persuades us to make home investments Where ones money is usually is the heart and ohy not have both at home instead of in the fields so far away Whr does it profit a man to live in Cloverport and have his investments iin Oklahoma or California 1 It is better from every standpoint to own a lot at home where wo can cultivate or beautify it build on it or scl it The drawback is we have not faith enough in our own towns Yo dream of the futures of cities in the distance and fail to make them for our own Today people are wanting houseroom in this city ant in Irvington Four families are trying to rent the same house now nt this place If this fact should come from a Western town tee would think it was a place of great promise Dl Gnddiu spoke to fifty peopIlt Hardinsburg Monday W 0 lather from what he said thnt ho is a standpatter lie is in favor of tho tariff as it stands and told the farmers that if the Democrat get in power what they have to sell will go down to starvation prices which is a piece of rot to catch the unthinking Mr Taft and Mr Roosevelt arc beth pleading for a reduction in the to rill and Maine a rock ribbed Republican State for forty years elected a Democnn on this ono issue Send me to Congress he says and I will standby you farmers and your interests You know what ho must du when he gets to Congress Just what the Trusts and Combines tell him to do But there ts no danger of tho Doctor getting there Ben Johnson will beat him so had hell he sicker than the negro he tells about who was found on a depot platform with his mouth open when n drummer clime along and dosed him with a capsule of quinine It will be a hitter pill for the Doctor but ho will have to stand it The Louisvillians spent a few happy minutes in Cloverpc t or their boosters trip Our old and good friend Edward McDonogh of the Carter Dry Goods Co was the jolliest follow of the bunch For forty years Mr McDonogh has been boosting Louisville in his own individual WilY Wherever and whenever you see him he is always cordial and makes you glad to be in his company This after all it the best way to boost a town People will not like our city youi store or your home unless they like you no matter how attractive iit IL What we Clovorportcrs should do is to cultivate fully the spirit of Mr McDonogh he so pleasant ourselves that others will want to trade here and go to Louisville only for that which is impossible to get in Cloverport The Heads of Houses were given a glorious welcome evorywhon and the trip will mean much to their wholesale trade at least Jlust two more weeks until the you voters enter the canvass booth While your heart heats fast and furiously think before you put the cross iii the circle Think not of the party but the man Can you trust him is ho honest and is ho an able chief These are questions that any voter Democrat or Republican might well ask himself Often wo have a party with rood principles and have to desert it because of its lack of monlmt this time the Democrats have both upright dependable candidates and a party with the best principles No Democrat no citizen with pride can afford to turn away from the rooster on November the eighth Rev MrI Adair minister of the Presbyterian church delivered two sermons here last Sunday Both were so full of wisdom and logic and beauty Be a happy Christian said Mr Adair The recipe he said was being the best wo knew how and sighted as an ex ample tho man who charmed the fishermen Ho wont on to say that to be happy we must work cheerfully and the secret of this is doing work that we are best fitted for and in which we find honest pleasure There are HO many pleasant ways in tho world to make a living that we cannot understand why a man works at a job he does not like Julia Ward Howe is dead She was ninety one years of age and still the world was not tired of her Not merely because sho was cul tured and gifted but for tho simple reason she was energetic Just read n little story of her life and if you are a busy creature you will have no fears of old age There is ever a place for tho man or woman who works for the person who performs his duty with all the willand ability there is in him Thus great author and philanthropist was an optimist She never permitted herself to get rusty The New York Sun in speaking of the Ion David Bennett lulls death says Mr Hill is gone just as the Democratic revival the restoration of Democratic sanity is in sight just when tho Democratic party is become the hope of conservative men and tho bulwark of the Constitution David Bennett Hill was an old school Demo crat He didnt fly off with tho isms that put that great party to the bad but stood firm and solid for the policies that are tho foundation stones of this great country The midwinter meeting of The Kentucky Press Association will E be held in Louisville December 28 A Committee on Programme and r Arrangements was also selected as follows R W Brown Louisville Times chairman Harry A Somniorg Elizabethtown News D Mf Duncan Meade County Messenger und T Sanders Orr Harrodsburg Republican who will cooperate with A D Miller of the Kichmon Climax and Shelton M Saufloy of the Stanford Journal president and secretary respectively of the association I j Judge WeedS Cholf who has been at Hot Springs Ark for several months recuperating his health has returned home says the r Elizabethtown Mirror The Judge was much benefited and will be able to pondiict the iNpyember term of thq Hardin Circuit CourtI There is not anythingi so valuable as health and those who have ii F 7l I Womens Suits 1250WomensDresses I I85O SILKMAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED Y TAFFETA SUITS for wo C for women and misses in With the best values in stock and on Mall Order PurnANNISHand misses In cheviots browns blues greens and chases of to pointsmenworsteds black blue and blacks trimmed yokes long within 200 milesand also novelty nixtures skirts sleeves I priced self trimmed at3 1250 Louisvillesi Greatest Departmentp Store ERNrwEEAit silk priced lined at jackets JH03U 10 Cf 4 Black and Colored Dress Goods AllWoot Storm Serges we are showing an excellent line in all colors jusl the thing for childrens 50eperHeavy Broadcloth we offer this week 25 pieces of Heavy rwllled back Broadcloths 54 Inches wide in blnck and a complete color range see show window These are reg ular 123 values at98CAll- Wool priced per yard Canvas Cloth we show this popular weave in six different coloring 54 inches wide splendid 25hilly1 AllWool Serges 44 lnhes wide your choice of 20different colorings positively the best serge on the market see this for your street suit Specially pricedI per ORp yard at Uuli Chiffon Broadcloth black 54 inches 1yardI 1150 Prlestleya Tussah Royal this new weave has a beautiful silky sheen and will not crush made of hard spun silk mohair and wool colored I and black suitable for onepiece 1yard 1I 50 1 Black Broadcloth chiffon mirror finish 52 inches wide in plain or twill for fine tailored suits or seo 2yardI 50 Scotch Suitings gray tailor suit ings In salt and pepper mlxtnres plain and stripe effects an excel lent value specially priced 200per yard at T Mr R L Mr J at Bethel A D Squires visiting Mr week R Stanley Point T visited Adkisson High Thurs W Court vs Linens and BeddingFa- ncy Wool Plaids an excellent of French roods 27 inches wide for winter childrens 75eperScotch Plaids your choice Ota dozen new 84inch double Panama plaids excellent combinations for childrens worth 350 Special per yard Mucks in 15 width guest towels 22 24 for scalloping best plain figured hucks brought to this Linen medium weight 80 inches finish fabric 45eSpecial Silver Gray Blankets pairs of blankets heavy weight worth 4 Special 4L9Bpair at Wool pairs of blankets white fancy 98lalSheets one 70x81 Armorside Welded Sheets worth 59CatBedspreads one cast extra heavy Hemmed 98Special1 cannot bo too thankful It is said nowadays that most illness iis caused from over eating and many have found that leaving tho evening meal is splendid medicine Send me to Congress and I look afteY farmers interests says Dr If fanner would become bettor ac quainted with the hoe and tinhorn politicians as Gaddl alone would bo bettor Dr Gaddies aid to the farmer wouldconsist of a package of seed nndIaI treatise on how to keep oi chills cold while he is in the Trusts futtenin pen Next Monday night is Halloween This is when you boys hav fun and as long as you no damage to people and property g ahead The most fun we ever had being mischevious at schoci behind the teachers backand playing tricks on those slumbering ii this night of mysteries But boys the old Gobbleuns will git you of dont watchout York on the Clover Creek bridge is progressing gloriou weather A mammoth job it to onlookers but the seem to consider it so notwithstanding their lives liait been in peril during the days Fred May said Monday most dangerous work about over and great headway is expects to be made in the next days Ben T Miller of near Kirk is dead lip buried Sunday al the family burying ground on the Henry Miller place Mr Mille was eightytwo years of age and every season for say entytwo years he worked in tobacco a remark able career of industry If the Democrats would train a man to appreciate the press am to as courteous to the newspaper folk as Col Roosevelt is hat been Democratic success would be certain Wo have added to list of advertisers John C Lewis Company of Louisville The city merchants are realizing the value of tit country weekly as an advertising medium The reason so many make mistakes is they do take time to think ROSETTA and Mrs Adkisson spent Sunday with Mrs W Willis Several from here attended the County Union New list Fri day and Mrs of Cloverport who has been her parents and Mrs J P Garner returned nome SaturdayR Adkisson attended Grand Lodge at Louisville last J Mercer went to Louisville Mon dayMr and Mrs Ross are visit at West this week Mr and Mrs M Chappel at Irvington Saturday and attended auction Mrs Sarah Mrs Jim Claycomb were guests of Dud Gilpin of Plains last dayJ Mercer attended Quarterly Meeting at Kingswood Friday- If best is too good you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Notes The of Lawrence Sills the Cumberland Telephone Co t for was continued ff cr Flannels assortment splendid fall and waistlngs and designs in fold color dresses I I On atbFigur- ed Irish inch for and 25inch We show the line of and ever city Irish Walsting wide beetled the correct waisting 500 114 1 per Fine Blankets 100 114 in ann rase of Bleached I 124 size and extra l Cm off will th6 Gaddie the let such they off and feet do was l you this appears bridg men do not last few tit was ten was except one his crop His was andbe always our men not and Saturday ing the and the Mrs ley the not for case damages I fine J R Spencer through Attorney H Dell Moorman secured judgmen against the L H St 14for 1251 for damages sustained to his person Ii the Askin wreck about two years ago David H Henning was awarded 40 in hit suit for damage by fire resultin from a passenger train John E Monarch secured judgmen against the Railroad Company for 10 for damages by fire Of the fourteen divorce suits iIr court judgment was rendered grant ling the divorce in thirteen instances Womens and Childrens Underwear HunsInK Union Suits No 2SO5 for youths heavy Egyptian fleeced 1pricedl J 1lUU- Munshig flfl Union Suits No 4045 for women fall weight Egyptian cotton bleached high neck long 00regular 1 Alunslng Union Suits No 204 5 for women winter weight Egyp tian fleece lined high neck long sleeves ankle length extra sizes 00sizesl Munslng Unon Suits No 7020 for women medium weight cotton bleached low neck sleeveless ankle length 1 125 regular sizes1100Mu- nslng Union Suits No 2087 for boys heavy cotton fleeced white or gray high neck long sleeves ankle length sizes 7 and 8 05c 1 to 65Muns- lng 0c Union Suits No 207 for girls cotton fleeced white only high neck long sleeves drop seat sizes 7 to6SOC sizes 1 Munslng Union Suits No 2687 for boys and girls heavy cotton fleeced bleached long sleeves 75eall b b LOUISE 1 11 am going to start out soon and go to see all the old people who are my friends remarked a CJoverport girl recently There seemed to be a bit ol I determination in her voice This is n beautiful suggestion to young people of every place The joy that we get and give through these visits cannot be visits to those who cannot go and come where and when they choose Put on your prettiest dress and hat and go And wouldnt the sight of a young man diked out in his new fall suit delight any of those who are barren in their homes with old age 000 liTo be emaculate seems to be the fad of today said Miss Jennie Warfieldoi Louisville iP speaking of her trip north At the resort in Michigan where she was last summer every woman of any means an electric iron and every Russell Hutchinson Co gOt judg ment fur 102800 in their suit against P Sheeran Bros Co The counter claim of P Sheeran Bros Cu against Russell Hutchinson was dismissed The grand jury returned twenty nine indictments as follows Two for selling cigarette material to oeoule under eighteen Three for shooting with intent to killOne for selling sewing machines without license Nine for violating the local option llaw Three for gaming Four for breach of the peace Two for flourishing deadly weapons Two for carrying concealed deadly embezzlement One for a misdemeanor One for tiring a pistol in incor porated town Extra Values in WomensFHosiery FWomen1 F Hermsdorf black sheer lisle thread double garter welt double heel I sole and toe sold the country over at 35c a pair Specially priced as 1 y at5Womens DoubleKnee Stockings made of pure lisle thread very sheer with heavy four Inch double Itwelt top and sixInch double knee giving double wear where needed and heavily spliced heels 1 trtisoles and toes This 1s one of our timported leaders and well worth sOc i i SI a pair Specially priced at 3 pairs for 1 I he per pairJ5b- e I C Womens Silk Stockings black and colors full fashioned own importation nothing to equal themw1n the city at special pr I price of0Lthd y Womens Finest Silk Stockings j gi1 pure thread China silk with either 1 lisle or double silk tops toes heels Ht and soles not dipped dye stockings but guaranteed ingrain dye WeDecontrol the sale of these goods in Louisville and can get them to sell at this price only by buying themwein enormous lots actual flCO val ues Specially priced M 0guper pair atp 6 eve Sw1 plc STORIES 11RIrrELb1oWhile The Press Thunders Lerei BY Mal In r can wonderedlittle had Co weaponsOne compounding mosti our had to be beforegarment pressed it lJ1 was worn Most of these women press dre ed their own clothes and knew how to Cal use the iron with ukill Miss warfielqX D said she felt ashamed she did notegtnhave an iron In her trunk and The pressing tad is certainly becom J ing very popular with the well dressedmorwomen As to the men who are clever Mrs dressers a pressed suit is just as essenItial as a clean collar and a good shineSui000 lent A young lady of Evansville has sued I a man for 10000 for breaking her ter heart If we girls should bring suit Mrs against all the charming men who lI break our hearts many of us would get fror rich quick Muh- o 0 0 JJi lIe who chases pleasure usually gets at tJ run down himself Mrs Itrl Woodford County Hasreinr in Fields of Phosphate 111 a tri glThoMICoat Lexington a few weeks ago fixipg tows capital stock at 400000 is planning toher5 close the options it holds on land in thisLucounty between Midway and Mt VerSatunon and to establish a big plant to dePres1velop the phosphate deposits Wood Mr ford Sun field heri Mr Hallenberjr Dead pIt 4gueslSkUII Henry J Hallenberg fortysix years of QClenbergMonday morning He is survived by two sons one daughter and his wife who wits Miss Emma MctSehee of Bran denb gRI UU- A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You Ii o You can find no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the 1 BANK I CLOVERPORT UU- with i 1 the interest compounded semiannually and no better way of paying your billsII than by check wheicoy you always have a record of payment = OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US 1 Wo have a seven year record of fair dealings with our feustouiers and always cater to their wants r when Consistent with sound banking principles I o i Y y I r l h i1 y- l 1 c1 v pO h JHIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE- y GENERAL OFFICES li =W YORK AND CHICAGO CpAflCHC5 IINI ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCT 26 1910 a T RTE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Per Precinct Bud city Offices J 250 For County OffiefHo 600 For State and District Offices 150 1 For Calls per line 10 For Card per line10F-or 1 All Puhlicatlous in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line ltJ isA7sSs a k le 5se a A3s5tax Local Laconics rr- StA j AAA AAAA tt171 Ak AAAtl AitAll S00 Byron Whitehead has gone to Rome IndMrs Wm Laslie spent Sunday in Waitman v Who will get that fine piano at the fi 5 Shoe Store Dr Wormach of Brandenburg was here Friday Rev Frank Farmer went to Owens boro Monday v Mrs Frank English of Skillman was here Sunday I Capt J H Rowland hasa position at the L II S St L shops here Come and see the piano that is to be given away at Sippels Shoe Store The Epworth League wilt give a Halloween celebration Monday night Dr Walker dentist willbe at Glen Dean Nov 12 at McQuady Nov 31 Mrs Hovious Befien and Mrs Wills went to Louisville Wednesday shopping Win Lewis of Pennsylvania is the guest of his aunt Mrs Jacob Morrison Piano certificates given away with every cash purchase at Sippels Shoe Store Mrs H C Pate and Mrs Barth close visited relatives in Ilawesvillt Monday Mrs Wm Boutcher and baby of Lewisport spent Sunday here with relatives Misses Lucile Berry and Lottie Mathpney have returned from a visit in Louisville Mr and Mrs Ben Carter and child dren of Louisville have gone to Tulare Cal to live Miss Forrie Hnrdin of Holt was the guest of Miss Jennie Warfield Friday and Saturday Miss Georgia Wjiite left Monday morning for Memphis Tenn to visit Mrs Edwin Bell I Dwight Randall spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville the guest of Miss Jennie Plummer Mr and Mrs George Gilpin of Cus ter have been the guests of Mr and t Mrs Hardaway I Mrs II L Stader has returned home t from a visit to her sister Mrs Burt Muir of Louisville Little Miss Carrie Mae Jackson is ill 3atthe home of her parents Mr find Mrs Chas Jackson Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelken have returned home after a viSitto relatives in Western KentuckyI Mrs J B Randall left Monday for a trip through Ohio and West Va to be gone about three weeks c Miss Vera McKinney of Morgan- town a arrived Saturday night to visit g j her sister Mrs Fred Newton 0 IsLucian Chapin went to Louisville Saturday and to the meeting of the Presbytery and Synod at Harrodsburg i Mrs Chas B Skillman of Morgan field went to Nashville last week to see her daughter Miss Elizabeth Skillman JjMr Skillman was home Monday the j guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman rs tf the best Is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use The Womans Aid Society and the B Y P U are raising funds to enlarge the Sunday School room of the Bapls churchWanted At OnceThe names of all couples who have been married fifty years or more Breckenndgo News Cloverport Ky Mrs Mary Sippel Keynolds and baby were here from Louisville last week They were accompanied home by Miss Katherine Sippel- C G Bralirandt isnttending the East mans school of professional photographI at Louisville His studio will be open Friday morning I Mrs O C Skillman and daughters Misses Mary aud Mabel Katherine were visiting In Owensboro last week and attended the fair Mrs L T Roberts and Mrs Pike Conn of Stephsnsport went to Frank fort Monday to attend the Chapter meeting of the Eastern Star Mrs C S Lamb of Rockport Ind who has been visiting her parents here the past two weeks returned home on the L E packet Nashville Mr and Mrs Fuqua and family who have moved here from Hawesville live In the Scott house on Elm street They expect to build soon in Elm Heights Mrs Nima Burton of California sis ter of Waldo and Conrad Simons was married Monday in Cannelton to Mr David R Corley of Chicago lllCnn elton Enquirer Olen Dowell has gone to Nebraska Mr Dowell made a number of good friends in both social and business cir cles while he was ticket agent at the depot In this city Mr and Mrs Ruther Meador and baby Elsie and Mrs Barth Close of Nickerson Kansas arrived Saturday to be the guests of the family of H C Pate and other relatives Prof Tanner Miss Orn Hendrick Miss Eunice Jennings Prof McCoy Miss Bessie Mitchell and Miss Margaret Wroe attended the Teachers Institute at West Point last week The News received a card from O A Wilson 320 Sillman St San Francisco Cal asking us to boost the Panama Pacific International Exposition lor that place instead of New Orleans Buhy wont suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil at ouce It acts like magic Mr Henderson Declines An Assembly Nomination Mr Vatheu H Henderson who was nominated for the general assembly by the democrats of the third district Tues day evening cannot accept the honor lIe did not know his name was to be used and was therefore unprepared Ht pent the following explanatory letter to the Herald last evening To the Ulitor of the Herald Please say to the people that I appre elate thehouor shownme by the Demo cratic city committee iu placing me in nomination for representative to the general assembly but under present conditions it is impossible for me to ac cept the honor I was not a candidate and wasnt at the caucus Thanking you Watheii B Henderson Newport Herald Oct la 1910 Mr Pauley Hurt Fletcher Paul while at work in the round house at the shops Monday morn lug got his head hurt by a piece of machinery It is hoped the accident will not develope into a serious nature t Camping Party Mr and Mrs Fred terry Mr and Mrs Fred 1raize Mr and Mrs Will Pate and daughter Mary Mrs Eliza both and Margaret Skillman arch Miss Anne Jarboe have gone to Stephensport jn the Mary Jane fir a camp of several I days tle II 0JIIQ01 JII t 0JIQj QTxn N 0tn= countyjjjjjj- I 11 11To the taxpayers of Breckinridge I will meet you at the following places i Irvington November 10th Webster November 12th 0o Clifton Mills November 15th Stephensport November 18th Mooleyville November 21st Frymire November 24th Six per cent penalty is added Dec 1 1910 o S W BASSETT DS B C oj o 0 t HAMBYS Genuine Dawson Springs Water Splendid For Kidney Bladder Stomach and Rheu matic Troubles Leave medicine alone and try this Sold by JOHN OCONNELL Cloverport Ky JA Broad View Of Home Alitter Dear DIr Uabhage Unclose find check for oue dollar for the News I did think I would stop the paper but I came to the conclusion u person should not allow politics to jntefere with his rending matter O C Shellmau- StepheiiBport Ky Hope She Will Live Long And Prosper Dear Mr Babbage Enclose iud one dollar to pay tnothen IHS subsciiptiot Mrs Carlton says she is sixtyone years old and hits never missed taking the News but one year since it was first published She intends to take it IS long os she lives anti can raise the dol lar Respectfully II V Carlton Lovell Wyo Painting Up I The front of the Masonic Temple iis being given a fresh coat of paint and makes Noltes Store most inviting Ameil Oelzes house adjoining the post I office has been converted into two business apartments One is occupied by Jess Weatherholt and the other b V G Babbage Over Seven Thousand New Members Initiated Seven thousand eight hundred per sons were initiated into the order of the Woodmen of the World at the Armory Sunday afternoon The cere mony followed a mammoth parade through the central portion of the city It is estimated that 150 0 persons were in line Mayor William O Head and Gov Augustus E Willson are among the new members of the order Seven States were represented at the exercises Sunday afternoon awl it is estimated that nearly 30000 visitors were in the city for the occasion Courier Journal Always Anxious Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed you vlll find one dollar for The News mother year We could not do without- it Mr Pauley and I both are anxious for the postman to come on Thurs day morning Respectfully Mrs Tillman E Pauley 900 Broadway Mattoon 111 News Goes to The Pen Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find check for one dollar for the News I see my time is out today and I do not want to miss a copy for I like to read papers that are for Johnson Yours truly C B Miller Good News From The Youths Companion We have to make the Youths Com mtiiou larger to get in all the good things that Companion readers ought to have The added amount would make four hundred pages of standard maga zluc size nnd print but we have Kept the price just the sllme175 for tile fifty two weeks of 1011 and all the is sues for the rest of this year free fiom the time you send in your subscription We would like to tell you what is in stOle for companion readers next year We cannot do it here though there is not room But send us your address on a postal card and we will send you the beautiful Prospectus of The Companion for 1011 announcing many new features to ether with sample copies of the paper We think you will agree when you read them that there is no other paper that gives quite BO much of such a high mality as The Companion The new subscriber receives a gift of- The Companions Art Calendar for 1911 reproducing in twelve colors and gold a beautiful watercolor garden scene THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Cotton Mass New Subscriptions Received at this Office 1 +ot + Ir 1 W a r t s iiii- For j + J + SaleHorses FOll SALK Two Rood match horses steel IdgliworkIlrashearFrymire For SaleMotor Cycle- ItP sALEA motor cycle In flrxtcluscondition Will toll rliiiii if tukun u tonco W H Humify irvington Ky For Sale Rent or Trade Storehouse A storehouse on the turnpike halfway bo lYvcun Olovcrport and HimllnsbnrK for SuhllOloVlrport For SaleLarge Red Jersey Boar poll SALR A 1 liintu red Jersey hour coed farmIlranaunburgu For SaleSaw Mill ONE 11 horsepower traction saw mill com StephensportlcybtiHluu Will sell reasonable arid turn all contracts over to purchaser Good reason tellhenportIy For SaleGroceries and Confectioneries FOIL aALFDry entire stock of Groceries Confectioneries und storo room for runt C ft IIs Slppul Cloverport Ky For SaleMachinery FOR SALEat very low prices ono 10 horse power OaarScott Traction engine ono 17 horsepower Prick Traction engine ono McCormick Corn Shredder one HIIW rR ono horsepower Bprlnefleld traction engine one 40 horsepower Stationary engine Ad ires or call nn Hiiwesvlllo hut and MfR Co Hawesvllle Ky For SaleScholarship BowlingGreenment of that University nreckenrluRO Naws Cloverport Ky For SaleBank Stock FOlt SALESU shares First State tank BlnfnfordFor SaleGood Farm FOR SALiQood farm 112 acres 14 milts Wobstor Good dwelling and oil houses Now Is your npporlunlty to pt n good farm cheap My reason for septa 11m going West Will sell farm and crop nil tc Jr tier Have seven ncros good Burley to acco Come andI see me uulrlt If you want a bar aln L C Simmons Webster Ky iMrJJEyes Frames Tested Fitted Glasses GuaranteedII tWatchest t 11Jewelry f I Severs Repaired Drug Cott t I r J Judge Deaue Here Judge T Allen Deane candidate for Vppelate Judge was here yesterday morning the guest of Mr Wick Moor man Judge Deano called at the News olllce and paid his respects to the press Mr Jamison Dead Geo Jamison died at the home of Mr and Mrs no A Smjlh Oct 7111 at Stephensport Ills remains were taken to Rotyville Ohio for Interment t HALLOWEEN Monday Oct 31 I MIiIi 1 Masks Pumpkins III and all kinds o- fHalloween p I ii I I III lJ C NOLTE 6t BRO 1jC1 NOTICE I ON OCT 27 1910 Iiwill offer for sale at my home near Sample Ky all the personal property of Mrs A C Hunter deceased to the highest and best bid derconsisting of thefollowing One span mules two horses two milch cows one steer thir ty head sheep good stockewes one buggy and harness two road wagons farming imple ments of all kinds household furniture including piano Terms Made Known on Day of Sale I Wesley Hunter I Some Coal is Like Paper III I I IItcatches fire quickly and burns up more II- u quickly Resultthe minimum ofac E- I tual heat Some coal is like rockit will II hardly catch fire at all I IlOne Coal is The Happy Medium III THATS OURS I 1 It Burns Long and Brightly Result The Maximum of Heat I Jas M LewisIis agent for THE HAPPY MEDIUM Order Winter Supply Now Spottsville or Basket Coal And Youll be Satisfied h I Ii a U wi R+ r- wter 1ItJ Mt I t 1 ra- 0 Ir rar4 DRHJBOONE Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky A Picture of Father and Mother How it would dolight your children how ituouldj please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday FFor Sale r 4 Tax receipts 1910 model guaranteed to last 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one R 0 Perkins D St J + + ij NEWtt Livery Stable f m Stephensport Ky f1 New Rigs Y + New Horses JJ- r ilNew1 Open for the Public Near the Depot ft 1PtiI driving to do or iflYou want p 1 Feedof any kindwe cnn f fij furnish you We jjYourjj i he appreciated w I jI I THOS W SMITH 1 ty Proprietor iiStephensport KyIti + z + = r l p FOR SALE IUiwI BEST COAL OIL AND BEST FLOUR We want you to try our oil and flour Bring us your Money or Produce And we will give you go- odBARGAINS IRVIN MERCER Mercers Mill 11 No2 Irvington Kentucky t j NOTICE t Please do not ask us to publishcard of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Mrs Arnold Dead Mrs Cordrey Arnold wife of C E I Arnold died Monday October 17 at her t home near Paynesville She was thirty eight years of age She was a member t of Mites Run Baptist church p r 1 ANSWERS EVERY CALL Cloverpurt People Have Found That This Is True A cold a strain a sudden wrench A little cause may hurt the kidneys Spells of backache often follow Or some irregularity of the urine A certain remedy for such attacks A medicine that answers every call Is Doans Kidney Pills a true spec fie Thousands of people rely upon it Here is one case C W Bethel 1205 Eleventh St Owensboro Ky says I had heard of Doans Kidney Pills and as I had a lamenessI across my kidneys I procured a box and took them carefully as direct ed The result was that my trouble disappeared A relative also suffered from an attack at lumbago that made every movement painful and his kidneys were disordered I insisted on his tak ing Doans Kidney Jills and it was wonderful how quickly they disposed of all the pain and lameness In a few days this person was beck to work and the kidney difficulty had disappeared- For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Deans and take no other Quest of Quietude Its a long way to look forward said Mr Cumrox but I constantly find myself wishing the Fourth of July would come round again Is life too slow for you I should say not Mother and tho girls are getting up lawn parties and afternoon teas and sailing trips and motor excursions and a lot of other things Its getting so that the Fourth of July seems like the only safe and sane day In the year Gtnlldron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Our Colored Folks Wm Howard is as work at the tile plant Wm is one of our old friends and we are glad he has a job 000 Abner Dent has moved his shop sev eral feet into the street us the bank was caving in 000 Katie Miller daughter of George Miller died of consumption Friday nigh The funeral was held Sunday Regulates the bowls promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Djaus RuguletF Ask your druggist for them 2sc a box- Ubiquitous Golf George Sargent the golf champion said one afternoon at Hyde Manor VermontGolf has become so popular that It Is mixed up with everything You wouldnt thlnlc that golf could have any relation to taxlcabs and music would you But the other day apropos of taxicabs a New York j man told me that all the golf sticks of New York were becoming wry necked Now York golf players he explained ride to the ferries In taxicabs and their sticks get wryneck ed from twisting round to watch I the dimes mount up on the taxi metro Then on the way to the next I hole our talk turned to grand opera I and the New York man declared thatII the other day his baby daughter tak ing up the score of Electra pointed to a group of quarternotes and said Papa how does one play those 1 little golf sticks I I Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood j I Weak and unhealthy kidneys arc re sponsible for much sickness and suffering therefore if kidnc by I trouble is permitted to continue serious re sults arc most likely to follow Your other organs may need at tention c neys most I they do most andII have attention Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of orderC can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected how every organ J dutlIbadly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will convince of its great merit The mild immediate effect of I SwampRoot great kidney 1 bladder remedy is realized It I stands the highest because its remarkable I health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress tug If you need a medicine youII should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent onedol mayhavemail free also a but your kid because should first you and you and the and soon cases and pamphlet telling you is I how to find out if you have kidney or I bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp I Root and dont let a dealer sell youIin of I something place SwampRootif you do yon will be disappointed I I 7 J pt 1 f p I ECONOMICAL BUYERSIt1 I I 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 ofour stock so if you miss this sale you will be the loser and not us We can I only give some of our bargains as space is scarce I 175 lire proof coal tillat per gallon 12c per40Ck Bacon13C1 Bacon Cextra 51h boxes a6onow Shoes Till 1 And not one day longer at money saving prices We to take the ofOUr year on the first of so we will try to reduce our stock for this sole purpose So conic lay in a good supply for the rest of the winter We are yours always to please l I I n iJ COUNTRY BOYS CORN CLUBS One of the Enterprises Devised tc Make Country Life More Attractive Everybody who reads the papers published In the corngrowing sections tJr the country has read during the past year of boys corn clubs The movement to organize farmers boys into such clubs has expanded rapidly Down In Sherman Tex last sum ner the crowning feature of the parade at a big local celebration tho marching of the Grayson county boys corn clubs There was a handsomely decorated float bearing a charming young lady who represented the Sweetheart of the Corn and afterward came 125 youthful corn growers each shouldering a corn stalls with a big tassel These enterprises are some of the principal means which have been de vised to make country life more at tractive for young people There are other ways which apply more particularly to the family circle Probably the phonograph has done more to lessen the tedium of farm life than other Invention excepting per mps the rural telephone The piano and the organ are desirable and their presence has brightened many a country home but the coming of the phonograph has brought the opera the vaudeville performance the atest song hits directly to the farm kitchen or parlor It Is both a purveyor of music and an educator and vul go a long way in making home life attractive for the boys and girls on farm homesteads It Is ai cause for satisfaction to know that many fathers of families are beginning to realize that the Introduction of a phonograph Is an excellent in vestmentE I Farrington In Col lers Russian Districts Maloless Whole districts In IEuropean Russia have been denuded of their tale popu atlon Many of the then travel on oot to the Iiuini nxt territory opened by the Trnussiberlan railroad In parts of which the state allots four and a halt acres to each adult Immigrant Moorish Quarrying Still Used The method of getting marble In pain has not varied since the days when the Moors built the Alhambra nd the transportation Is equally primitive Work Early In Trinidad On Trinidad Island the hours of labor or most classes of clerks have been butted to the time from 7 iu rnto 4 ai m Q P Calicos per yard c Cotton Flannelsl per yard 9C Brassed Shoo Nails 3 for 5C I ksold O N T have stock every and I I was my Isolated W II Bow rEu President A B SKILLMAIT Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT 0 T SKIIIJJAX Asst THE OLD I Ky 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demos d Sever scaled a check An Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor Jno C 0 T Skillman A K Fishes I II JJI Gorsuch r School of America 13 years sale ex perience 2 years Union Stock Yard experience Try Me on Your Sale Ky 1 have a number of fresh Jerseyheifers The Language This Is a pretty state of affairs isnt It Yes It IB a very ugly matter lint somebody will have to pay handsomely for ItNew York Journal J 5t 7Ary1i t mstrr 4 11 it 0now i for 300 now H 250 25cenrthThread G spools for Z5t Now Remember this Sale Only Lasts November 1910 these inventory November Glasscock CompanyGlen Dean Kentucyt produceIr VicePresident Cashier RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Organized absolutely Deposits Jarboo AuctioneerGraduate Auctioneering public Irvington r p i PURCHASING tJ Save 75BY3 OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only J25 The regular price is J5ioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate ofA 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready 11 now buy one for future usea y iiI PRINCIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGE L IJCO1OII4zp SHnariWalnut Str18 LOVISVLLII KY Via r r 1 y Lk 2tf t rr I mIIr l I II tt fruit of American Declaration of Effects of Thomas Palnes Teach I Independence Now Being ings Gathering Strength as Spainfinsula of Europe Is Next Candidate Ij By JAMES A EOGKKTON republic of Portugal Is they rrDE recruit to the democratic of nations in a sense It Is ta child of the American f Declaration of Independence and ns such should be enthusiastically we corned by all Americans trfortugul In area IIs not much larger llOJUlnItlou Is but Hull biggerI than New York Icityyet till 1I1f a wurld event can i footrulei1 1 or bv ttin head Portugal may startI a HIV In lIrrope that will jpburn far and imsinm several other yru I I Jfife rtleurhedPoorI I xHijOVcrnlglu Tin revniutl II was won c almost us simn ns Italhllll1l1ldl i had the world hiul BeltI then was lJKfightlng Irt IIsbMii until It tyta5 nut + awith the proclamation nf the new re Ii public There was talkI Ithat Great juSj Britain might Interfere but rent 11 lBritain had no time to Interrere lie lore Downing street1 had awakened yto the fact that something was hap y= penlng it was nil over rI jj News Broken Hastily The first England knew Manuel 4 looking apprehensively behind him anti all out of breath arrived suddenlY- at Gibraltar Just in advance of the Portuguese boot As soon as he could collect his nerves enough to write he j sent back a letter telling his ex sub jests that his hurried exit had been Involuntary which they already knew and that his leaving was in no sense an abdication That was also super fiuous as It was not necessary for him to abdicate Portugal had attended to all the lit tIe details In that line When a kings V loving subjects chase him across the border with tho warning never to come back It is not a matter of supreme importance whether he abdi cates or not Charles I and Louis XVI did not abdicate but their heads did which served the same purpose Manuels letter was something like a fired employee writing back to his boss that he had not resigned The stage has had many high kick ers who could nick off a Johnnies hat but Mile Gaby Deslys Is the first that ever kicked off a kings crown You Tlinow about Gaby She Is the little French danseuse with whom Manuel was so smitten that he had her down In Lisbon and danced attendance on her before the shocked eyes of the nation In Paris they called her the un crowned queen of Portugal Well Gaby Deslys pronounce It De lee hud not n little to do with bring ing on the revolution The Portuguese are not n nation of prudes but they do object to their exalted ruler making love to a dance hall girl in public It got on their nerves Blow at Hereditary Right Not only did they tire of Manuels at tentions to tab but they grew a trifle weary of ManuelI himself They saw tho incongruity of a twentieth century state placing at Its lund a boy scarce ly out of lib teens simply because he happened to be somebodys son Hereditary kingship might not look so absurd were there also such u thing ns hereditary brains but that there is not the history of royalty abundantly testifies Since Portugal is something over 2000 years old she concluded she was grgwn up and was entitled to u grownup ruler Sd she dismissed her boy king with hits dance ball love affairs and elected as her president the most distinguished moan of letters In the realm Theophllp Rraga Is opoet author and Idealist who lives in a cottage and who has su ercd long for his re jnubllcan principles That the revolutionists chose tacit a man to bend tho new republic shows not only that their hearts are In the right place but also that some poets are honored before they are dead- Portugal Is but one more link in till chain of republics that Is to en girdle the world The first link of this chain was the United States of Amer lea America Republican Progenitor When our Declaration of Independ ence was adopted there wns not n real republic on the face of the earth The Bwlss republic did not properly come into existence until many years later In 1770 Switzerland was under n can tonal government corresponding some whpt to our articles of confederation The so called Dutch republic was aristocratic anti the stadtholdcr was vii tunlly a hereditary king Not only so but there hind never been n republic according to the new Ideals The re publics of Greece and Home and Inter those of Italy were only so In name The birthday of the American re public was really the dawn of the republican nee In all the world the glory of which we have not as yet begun to see Herein IIs the chief honor of America Compared to It our material splendor Is but cheap anti vulgar Wl hold the hope of the world Our torch of liberty has shed a light Into all lands and It will be well for us If we feed the lame The grafter the mnmmonlst the reactionary who do aught to subvert or regard popular government here In the hind of Its birth are not only enemies of their country brit foes to the best hopes of all mankind France First Follower The French revolution was tthe first fruit of the American Revolution Then came Napoleon who almost quenched the torch of liberty In Europe that we had started almost but not quite Napoleon way really the arch enemy of popular government No man per hops ever had a greater opportunity for good and none ever more miserably failed to live up to his high possibll sties On the ruins of the French re public he erected his own empire Over the budding or possible republics o the rest of Europe he placed as kings the incapable members of his own familyCompare thu career of the overrated Napoleon with thiyt of the underrated and misunderstood Thomas Paine Paine sought no position for himself but gave the work of n life for the lib oration of mankind He was the apos tie of freedom In three lands He wns the real author of the American Dee laration of Independence but unselfishly permitted the credit to go to an other He donated a years salary to head a subscription when Washing tons army needed money and later went to France to appeal for funds from the French IcIng He wrote on brown wrapping piper by the light of time cnmpflr using a drumhead as a desk those Immortal essays that were rend at the heads of the regiments and that w ore described ns half bat ties Paine was at the birth of the French revolution and placarded Paris when the king took flight helped to write tie detinrntlon of rights and was the consistent friend of France through out tie struggle going to prison and braving death for his convictions lie penned the Rights of Man which set England on lire for liberty nod which later helped the peaceful revolution which swept over that country He even arranged with Napoleon to write a new republican constitution for England when the Corslcan should make his projected invasion nut Napoleon failed him as he failed In almost everything else of real worth to man kind Paine a True Forecaster Under nil very shadow of the guillotine Paine risked his reputation by I I Thg Famous RaoThe Lapp with Diffused Light should aterays be used where severalN people sites because it does not strain the eyes of those sitting far from it The Rayo Lamp is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light Every detail that increases its lightgiving has been included valuefThe Raw is a lowpriced lamp pay 5lOAor even 20 for other lamps and get a more expansive container but you cannot get a givesThis and strength holderzpolished si it Is made of solid brass finished In nickeiOnce Ray Utter Always One Dteltrs EM ducrfplfwctrrurarfofhentorrrto CompanCTncorpornteJ IfI r 1aJ writing for religious liberty lie pro posed the republic of Europe He fore cast most of the reforms that hove occurred since his dny among them the emancipation of the slaves the end of dueling the age of peace the single land tax and the rights of wo men He wrote The world Is my country to do good my religion If Washington was the Father of Ills Country to Thomas Paine will be reserved a yet higher title When at last real history Is written by men who can look above the fogs of prejudice Paine will be recognized as the father of the republican era in the whole world When poor Paine died ho was fol lowed to his grave by only n woman find her two sons whom ho had befriended by a Quaker preacher and a negro Yet every new republic erect ed Is his monument Such a man can afford to wait for the recognition of the ages Forever tho right comes uppermost And ever Is justice done If that Is true the world at last will put the name of Thomas Paine as high as before It has dragged It low Paine kindled the fire of Independ once and republicanism In America and America In turn kindled It In other nationslong Battle In France After Waterloo France went through tho restoration the reign of Louis Philippe the presidency and empire of the second Napoleon and finally emerged through the commune Into a permanent republic forty years ago It required eighty years for her to reach the goal but It was t url hi more thou eighty years of struggle Fired by the revolution In Franco the Helvetic republic was established In Switzerland In 17081 and hUll grown In freedom from tint day to the pres e it reJi2mrJ Following the example ot time United States the Latin American colonies threw off the yoke of Spain and adopted constitutions modeled after our own At our direct Intervention Mex ico was enabled to free herself from Maximilian The last king left Amer lean shores when Brazil requested Dom Pedro to abdicate a trifle more than n score of years ago The glorious chnp ter of American republics wns com pleted when the United States took up arms to free Cuba The influence of the American Idea ling accomplished more than the mere founding of republics Directly or In directly It has aided in the light to establish every constitutional govern ment Time reformation of Japan came directly from our friendship and cx ample The establishment of parliaments throughout Europe and Asia proceeded Indirectly from the same sourceToday there Is not a monarchy in Europe without some sort of parlia ment Een Russia tins her duma the Young Turks have triumphed in the Ottoman empire Persia has n eon stitutlon and China recently convoked a senate with the declared purpose of calling together a parliament In a cer tain fixed period Colonies Show Effect The same force tins been at work in the colonial field It was the loss of America which showed to England the futility of her old colonial policy She changed It for tho better The result Is thatI most of the dependencies of the British empire are self governing Australasia for example has t adopted some of the most advanced governmental Ideas now In force on earthIn nil lands steady progress has been made and the trend hits been toward democracy This movement for politi cal freedom has hind no small part In bringing about the marvelous material and scientific progress of the century Democracy throws men on their own resoutces and thus calls out their Inv herent powers and Individual Initia tire Likewise It removes shackles from their minds The result Is an era of Invention research and advance mentThe American Declaration of Independence was the starting point of nil this new development The book of liberty of which It wns the opening chapter bas only begun to be written The republic of Portugal is the latest paragraph and Spain Is preparing to write another Already she has broken the shackles of church and state and her full emergence from time night of monarchy is but a question of time Spain had a republic once under Eml lia Cnstelar True it lasted only for a year and a day but having once heard the music of democracy she will never be satisfied until she again evokes the harmony Pots and Pans That most disagreeable of tasks n wrestle witty tho pots and pans can be easily avoided by putting hot water and washing soda in them as soon us the food tins been removed and allow ing thom to stand on time back part of the stove They cut then bo washed as easily as any dish If there hITs been anything scorched by using the water In time put or pan and allowing to come to a slow boll It will all come out like magic No need of any scrap ing This is n great saving of labor SheetsandTowels Sheets as they begin to wear should bo turned sides to middle Sow the solvcgcs neatly not drawing the thread too tight or there will be a hard seam In this w ythe middle part which bas had nil the wear will come to the sides Where economy is studied it is advisable to treat towels In the same way Joys of The Press 15 cents the copy News Office 1 = U- o t A- i f rr ff t ff tf71r J14 EVERY FARMERAs well us every business mon should have a hank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere Paying your bills by check is the simplest and menMoney Your check becomes a voucher forthe debt it elseII saveThisYour bank book is a recordof your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our services t The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky NO Os y Ar r rr I VIf lr110ILLINOISA I BEST AT PLOW Wins Twentysix Prisss In Twenty seven Annual Competitions Twentysixt prizes III Itwentyseven years In plowing III the annun matches of the Wheiitlnml anti Ili Rock Plowing associations of Illinois is the remarkable word of William Fulrwoother who recently was given the gold medal laid elmuiplonshlp held out to plowers In the postgraduitt class In four years iFalrweatber too three of the sjvmc class of prizes In n period of twentyseven years there was only one year In which be hind nothing to show for his effort and of nil the other prizes won by bin only one wns of less value than see ond In one Instance only he wi given third Of time 0rsts and seconds the majority mire of the first order This plowman gives most of tit credit for his unusual success to hH father who he says taught him the first lessons In Correct soil tilling He was cjulred To curry n chain and weed cutter so that the trash of his lands was properly covered Dorms Ointment cured me of eczema that hind annoyed me a longtime The cure was permanent ItHon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis tics Augusta Me GOLDEN WEDDING FOR 12 Belgian Town of 3000 Sees Wholesale Anniversary Celebration- A dozen couples celebrated their golden weddings at Morbecquc a Bel gins town of 3000 inhabitants The twelve families were serenaded in turn by a band outside their windows according to their years of married lifeThe oldest couple are M and Mme Dclbullt who have been married fifty six years anti they headed time pro cession of venerable happy lovers to church A banquet was given to time twelve families by the municipal coun cilors In the afternoon presents were brought to them by almost every man woman and child In the town America Has Rapid Shooter A new machine gun which the United States army Is testing fires more than 300 shots a minute and weighs but thirty pounds Japs Plan Hugo Shops The site for the Japanese govern ments sew railway workshops near Tokyo will cover some y000000 square eet Flfteen Day Limit Is Up Quebec Aug I IT Surgcant Mitchell of Scotland Yard and tho wardess from Hollowuy Jail arrived here Sunday to help Inspector Dew take Dr Hawley Harvey Crlppen and Ethel Le nove back to Lonuon to bo tried on the charge of fcllllnK hello Elmrre Sow that the fifteenday limit has ex pircd thf prisoners may bo taken buck any day Cant Work When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work and are tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of pure vegetable herbs keCARDUI The Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I myhousework ell cant say too much for Cardul it has done so much for me Your druggist sells Car duL Get a bottle today C THE FEED THAT FATTENS High anti Cotton Seed Hulls Write me Grade COTTONI I SEED MEAL for prices before buying 1901II I L USE CARBONATE OF LIME To make live soil Oolitic lime stone bone dry ground line as Hour It is Immediately effective and cheap KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LutE CO Kosmosdale K- yHEROYALTY n PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg Kentucky OFFICE OVER KINCHELOES PEARMACY n r y I RURAL TELEPHONES i ilIrFarmer are you interested If so call on the YiimanageroftheCumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far mars Line rate I Iiii I1 COMPANYI1z z 11 THE Fifth Avenue9hemostcontntllylocutedand J rnakllll a200 rate 4J OliO block from the prlncl i HOTELOnly distrIct two blocks prlnclplIl theatres J JStreotcars pass the door to till1 ill + Louisville KypurlS of tho m cityIIPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 7 Ilb lfM r sN Or ilia- I LAND LAND LAND E best Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to Invest In TII Is the Great Panhandle of Texas Tho soil Is rlihand productive and you can grow line crops of Wheut Oats liye Alfalfa Corn Kimlla corn Millet Broom corn Sorghum Mitlzu Alfalfa In the Panhandle of Texasy- ou get three or four crops of water your which wilt average eycouos the err at each cutting Tho best of from 23 to 100 feet deep No hot winds 1110 Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year- To anyone whobuysa section of this land moo acres I will guarantee them the named profit the first year told when they hove made the first payment In I will deposit One Thousand Dallars in July bank In Kentucky or Indiana us forfeit money It at tho end of 113 months they cannot soil this section for the u bovo named profit then tho forfeit money Is theirs Rut guarantee on onehalf section mid ao on a rjuurtersectlon It interested write mo at once I JC CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky trill+ tirmoays wgsgslsar a Ir IL You Read The Blue Grass Do Farmer Edition of The Lexington Herald This is the regular Monday morning news edition containing fifcition six pages devoted to general farm news and news pOlto tho forming interests of tho Blue Grass section of 1Centtuityoo JanuaryiilUHMoro per combined for the above small amount OJdol now thortct advantage of the full time THE LEXINGTON HERALD ti LEXINGTON Incorporated KENTUCKYM a u i I I HARDINSBURGl C L Beard visited his sister Mrs if Allen S Edelen of Burgin last week Finley Miller went to the Irvlngtor lot sale Saturday and bought the banner lot of the sale for 4105Ed- Mrs Davis Dowell was the guest oi 1 Mrs Robert Bell of Irvington Thurs day T C Lewis can order anything you want from a stick pin to a chest of sliver II Marriage licenses William Hurt 21 and Murtle Davis 17 both of Clo verport Alzo Milam 21 Westviewand Mary Stinnett 21 Lost Run Stylie I Keenan 20 Tarfork and Bernice A Barboe 19 Mattingly Lawrence Early 20 and May Phillips 18 both of Glendeano Charlie Nays 33 and Lucy K McCoy 2s both of Webster James Lawrence 4l Jefferson county and Ora Gardner 20 of Garfied This is Mr Lawrences third marriage Nathaniel Shellman and Howard Hook wont home with Robert Curtis Friday night to spend Saturday hunt ing in the Glemleane neighborhoodII Misses Lizzie and Clara Eskrldgo spent a few days in Louisville last weekDont marry without a wedding ring We have themT C Lewis Attorney Claude Mercer and Morris Beard of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company were in Elizabethtown Saturday on business There arc only two inmates of the county jail In the case of the City of Clover port vs Breckenridge county for re pairs on the bridge across Clover Creek in all the preliminary stops taken at the Circuit Court just passed the county was victorious The ques tion involved in this case is whether the county is responsible for all the repairs on the bridge or whether the county and city are jointly responsi ble It seems to be the law that in cities of the fifth class the county and city are jointly responsible In the future therefore it is likely that the city will be required to bear its part of the expense of keeping up the bridge Miss Viola Slaughter of Nolin ar rived Sunday to be with her sister Mrs Marion Dye for a few weeks Among the cases decided at the last term of court in which the public has been more or less interested was the bank tax cases In 190n the Board of Supervisors assessed the capital stock undivided profits and surplus of each bank In the cunty at 100 cents on the dollar Prom this action of the Board of Supervisors the banks appealed to the Quarterly Court The Quarterly Court had decided that 80 cents on the dollar would be a fair valuation The I county appealed from the Quarterly Court to the Circuit Court Judge Sandidge in his decision said that he thought 80 per cent was too low and he therefore decided that the banks should be assessed at the amount of their capital stock plus ten per cent Judge Matthias Miller has been at Patesvllle for a few days Judge N McC Mercer returned last week from Lexington where be had gone to acquaint himself with the Burley tobacco pool situation Tzaddle Allen is doing the assessing in this part of the county Mrs Hilliary Mattingly of Terra Haute is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Lewis Beautiful teaspoons for Christmas presentsT C Lewis Dist Supt Simmons of Nashville Tenn was here last week looking after the interests of the Cumberland Telephone Company Dr Win H Lucas of McQuady was in town Saturday Joe W Trent of Custer spent Sat urday and Sunday in town Save your money and get a sat of silver knives and forksT C Lewis- B F Beard is visiting his daughter Mrs Allen Edelen of Burgin- A number of our young people have been attending the protracted meeting In session at Clover Creek Mission services are being conduct ed at St Romuolds church this week by Father OConnor of Louisville There is a large attendance Just eight weeks till Christmas Come to see our line of jewelry and get suggestions for glftsT C LewisDavid C Walls was at home from Ouster Saturday where he is teaching his third term of school While here he ordered nearly thirty dollars worth of books for a school library He is probably the first teacher in the county to order the entire set of Pupils Read Ing Circle bonks for the year Mrs R Y Maxey came Saturday from Mays Lick to join her husband They are hcusekeeping in Mrs De Jarnettes property near the City Hall If the best is not too good for you Levtisport Best flour is the Hour you iifht to use Sold by J H Gardner Cbllor n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORII IRVINGTONI Watch for the date of the sale of the Sandy addition Miss Bessie Bentley who is in Boon rule Ind vistinfjher parents Mr and Mrs Bentley will return home this week HAY KI yiu ever tried to sell your old clothes The only way you can sell them ini to talk about them show them and keep after the person until you get the moray in your pocketbook Its the same way with everything else you have to talk shout it before you can sell itturd the best way to be heard is through the home paper Put an ad in the want column at lea word an ad in the locals at lOc a line and you will sell that old stove that baby bUlgy or gasoline en gine This lan he done through THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I i Mrs Jno Wimp left last week foi Hopkinsvllle Ky where she will vlsl her sister Mrs Bailey Waller for some timeMr Ilollis Neafus has returned tort Louisville where she spent a few day on business Mr Rush of Anderson Ind is visit ing his daughter Mrs T C Mathews I at her home on Walnut street I Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlni and Mrs 0 F Brite after spending ia few days in Louisville shopping have returnedMrs Cook who has been the guest of Rev and Mrs R F Adair has returned to her home In Smith GroveMiss Lillian Mills of Sandy Hill this county and Mr Leo Knott were married at Mt Merino church Tuesday morning at 8 oclock Father II S Hollerland officiating W G Bandy left Saturday night forII a months trip through Texas Oklahoma and New Mexico While gone he will visit Look out for the Bandy addition The Misses McGlothlan entertained a few friends at Rook Monday evening at their home on Caroline street The following were guests Misses Jessie Brady and Nellie Smith Messers Herschel Kirk Jasper Head H P Hart and Dr Hilary Boone Mr and Mrs W T Cornwall who have been spending the past month in Campbellsburg Ind returned last weekMiss Willa Drury returned home the first of the week after a visit to her sis ter Miss B Ada Drury in Louisville Mrs M Payne and Mrs Albert Ash raft were in Louisville Thursday shop Ing Mrs Henry King of Corydon Ky spent a few days of last week as the guest of Mrs H B Head Mrs F H McGhee accompanied bv her sister Mrs Crete Hensley of Hardinsburg spent two days of last veek in Louisville Mr and Mrs Geo Dowell and Mr and Mrs Sam Dowell spent Sunday in Louisville attending the dedication of the Manual Presbyterian church of vhich the Rev W W Williams is pastor They will also attend the ses ion of the Presbytery which convenes his week at Harrodsburg Ky Mrs Dave Henry of Chattanooga Tenn arrived Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs J L Henry Cora stay of a week Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt and children of Stephen port and Mr and Mrs L Rhodes of Medora were the weekend guests of Mr and Mrs EF Alexander Mrs Florence Elchburg after a two weeks visit to her cousin Miss Iva ludd left for her home in Louisville SundayMisses Blanche Jolly and Florence Cain of near Bewleyville left Tuesday for Frankfort where they will attend the annual meeting of the Eastern Star which is in session there this week Mrs Robt Bruner of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Bettie Roberts at her home on Caroline street Stop dont you buy until you luok at the Bandy addition This Bandy addition is the best yet that has ever been put on the market Mrs B F Taylor and children and Isler Mrs G K Wallace after spending two weeks with Mrs W W Holt left for Corbin Kylast week The Bandy addition is located just IDEDICAIION1II I fAI 1TheI New Catholic I I Church0 I McQUADY KYBl III NOV 6J1QI J Everybody Come If f S Q Yours truly II I John F Knue lmBJ BiRliIIjl fPfllliRfIII ione square from the depot- B S Clarkson of Big Spring was in town Sunday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour Is the Hour you ought to use Mr Brabandt photographer has changed his dates at Irvington He will be there Nov 1 4 and 5 This will give the children who go to school an opportunity to have work done as one of the days is Saturday CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature ofI Review of Reviews and The Breckenridge News ONE YEAR FOR 300 This is just the price of 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