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I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1910 8 Paie NO 17 MRS DRISKELL Dies Saturday NlghtShe Was The Mother Of Superinten dent Andrew Driskell Htmlinsburg Oct 31 Special Missouri 11 Meador Driskell wife of David Driskell tied Saturday night after an illness of one day Mrs Driskell was born Sept 16 1844 She was a Miss Meador a member of a well known family On Sept1f 1861 she became the wife of David Driskell who settled relsidedquit housekeeping Since then they have lived with their lion Andrew Drisk ell in Hardiusburg Eight children t were borued to them six of whom live to mourn the death of a mother unex celled in kindness and those cheerful qualities that mares the mother the queen and the light of the household Besides Andrew Supt of Couuty Schools the surviving children are George of Stephensport Mrs Wm Shellmaii of Webb Miss i Heston in the employe of the L H St 14R R Co of Hardinsburg and Thomas and Earnest of Harned At sixteen years of age she professed religion at Old Freedom church and to the day of her death she was a consist eut member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church She leaves a record of lifelung cheerfulness patience and de votion to duty dispensing sunshine wherever she moved Indeed She I hath done what she could f The burial waa at Ephsus Sunday I afternoon the funeral services being r conducted by Rev Hardin of Kings wood a minister whose preaching she had time and again enjoye- dTEACHERS Have a Delightful Meeting At Stephensport SaturdayJ T Walls Presides i flhe Teachers Association held at Stephensport Saturday was one of much pleasure and benefit to those pre sent Splendid addresses were made and profitable ideas for school work were exchanged The welcome address was made in a very attractive way by Miss Lelah Bell Hawkins The musical program was greatly enjoyed Face to Face was rendered by Miss Esther Payne and Miss Inene McCoy A recitation was well given by Miss Hawkins A quar- tette was rendered by four little girls Supt Driskell who could not be pres 1eut on account of illness in his family was greatly missed 4 H j Buys Kasey Property- DrOil C Forrest Llgktfoot and Dr Chas Lightfoot have bought the Kasey prop ysr erty including the residence of H L j Stader The house ou Second arid High t Streets has been occupied for the last lt six years by A H Murray and family 4 They moved yesterday to the Gibson place on First Street DrChas Lightfoot W and his mother have moved into their Ine home and are planning to improve Ji it extensively The Lightfoot brothers bought the property from The American Bible Co PROF TANNER Takes Prominent Part In Teach ers Meeting At West Point Reads Good Paper West Point Ky Oct aOth Prof Tanner of Cloverpoit made a splenild talk upon the Dangerous Tendencies of our School Methods The Editor of the Southern Schooll Journal made a special that he be permitted to pub Inquest W H Spriggs poem The most amusing feature of the meeting was the contest to decide who was the best looking teacher present A cum mittee Was appointed to bring the can didates to the platform aud face the audience The beauty class consisted of Prof Pusey of Meade at the head of the elKs Prof Board Prof Sprigg Prof Pilkentou Prof Bobbins with Prof Tanner at the foot of the class After a most spirited contest the palm and prize was awarded to Prof Pusey whose magnitude completely overshad owed the others The beaten candid ates are pluming themselves that if they are lacking in quantity they can toe the mark with Prof Pusey in qual ity The American Publishing Co gave a dictionary tc the most popular teacher Prof Pusey and a school library to Miss Masden the most popular lady teacher TOBACCO SUIT Burley Society Holds W T Ar nold to Court For Selling His Pooled Tobacco The suit of the Burley Tobacco So ciety against W T Arnold of Brum field that was brought up for trial in Judge Coulters court a few days ago has been postponed until the next meeting of quarterly court which is the fourth Monday In November The Burley Tobacco Society sues Mr Arnold for breach of contract It Is alleged that Arnold pooled his to bacco thereby contracting not to sell it but that he did sell It to the damage of the pool Mr Arnold however contends that the pool broke its contract with him thereby releasing him from obliga tion One of the various Instances which Mr Arnold cites of a breach of con tract Is in the matter of the warehouse The warehouse under the contract was to be ready ta a certain time It was not ready then he alleges nor was It ready until a long time thereafter A good deal of feeling has been caused among tobacco raisers by suits of this kind and even the strongest pool men are serious In their criticism of Clarence Lebus president of the society Danville Messenger Lack Of Nerve There are two things a man will never do Irhe waits until he is actually and completely prepared one Is get mar ried and the other is become an adver tiserBe Cos Bridge News One of the giantic iron tubes was placed under the Clover Creek bridge yesterday It was a great sight for the loafers A CAMPAIGN LIE Guthrie Ky0ct 31 1910 gratifying and valuable to mo Mr Rogers Gore Louisville He made a careful and exhaustive Ky Dear RoversSince I have study of the law and discovered whichbeenAldrich Republicans Patron District I have heard some of the Saint had mutilated it campaign canards that are be Of course ho and Iand every iog circulated itpthe Fourth other Democrat voted against that Among other things it is stated iniquitous PayneAldrich Tarifl that Ben Johnson voted against Bill which the bill removing the the repeal of tho six cent tax on tax from leaf tobacco became an tobacco in the natural leaf I did amendment hear that his opponent had made In that the friends of the ton such a statement I have too bacco grower follows the example high an opinion of the Republi of our leader Champ Clark pnd can nominees intelligence to lie all other true Democrats We hove ho would ever father an ut tried to make this bad Tariff billy terance so preposterously absurd better by amendment but we Ben not only voted for my amend newer did and never could patch ment taking the tax off of leaf to the old thing up sufficiently tobacco but he worked for it and make it acceptable to either the his intimate and accurate knowl Democratic side of the louse or ledge of the working of the Inter the people of the country Foal Revenue Department made Yours truly itt hia aitelstance and advice peciallyAQ il Stanley i i 1 1 Q r I NEXT SUNDAY Will Be The Dedication Of St Marys In The Woods At McQuadyihe Rt Rev Bishop ODonaghau Expected The dedication of the Catholic church of St Marys In The Woods will take place next Sunday November the sixth The Rt Rev Bishop ODonaghau and his private secretary Rev Patric Mon aghau will arrive at McQuady Satur day and will be the guests of the Rev John F Knue pastor of the new churchBishop ODonaghau will have charge of the dedication which will take place at 10 a m His dedicatory addresses will be an intellectual treat to all pre sent The choir of St Marys of The Woods will render High Mass Then will follow the confirmation of a large class of forty young people In the afternoon at 230 oclock will take place the blessing of the statues of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary followed by a lecture from the eloquent lips of the renowned Missionary Rev Father X Sulton of the Passionist order Those who are not present at the dedication and who wish to have their names inscribed on the engraved tablet of the church forward one dollar to Father Knue and he will be extremely thankful for the donation to this worthy cause GADDIES GIFTS TO THE FARMER Dr D W Gaddie the modern Moses was fished from the bullrushes on Val ley Creek by the Republicans and nominated for Congress In opposition to Hon Ben Johnson the present member of the House from this dis trict Gaddle Is the greatest find the Republicans have made since the dis covery of Per Diem Per nay Debo better known as Sleepy Bill Here are a few things the Doctor Is going to give to the farmer free gratis provided he Is elected Gift No lGaddles Fertilizer the ingredients of which Is sand and coal ashes and Is highly recommended to grow broomsage and sassafras bushes In abundance This fertilizer will be of great help to the farmer as the above articles are very scarce in this district This alone should make him many votes Gift No2 Gaddies Patent Plough a most wonderful Implement This plough Is guaranteed to break up fifty acres of ground a day without any thing hitched to either end All the mule will have to do will be to graze on the product of the Doctors famous fertilizer and the farmer sit on the fence and whittle and take life easy while this wonderful plough does the rest This Implement can be had In the event of his election by calling at the Agricultural Department Wash Ington D C and claiming same Gift No 3 Caddies Little Early Risersthey have DeWitts skinned a block This pill will have the farmer up before day and work him eighteen hours out of th 3 twentyfour in order to fatten the Trusts and impoverish himself while the Doctor is drawing 7500 per year for looking after the poor farmers Interests He Is relying on this wonderful pill to work up spme enthusiasm In his own behalf before November 8 Gift No 4Gaddies Pink Pills for Pale People Now my dear farmer you should buy a barrel of these pills for when Caddie and the Republican party lets through with you you will certainly need something to restore you and keep life Intact The com pound of this wonderful pill Is a little doughballthe kind you catch suckers withvarnished over with a little polkberry juice to make them palatableNow Farmer after all these blessings being promised you if you should need a little rain to help out the fertilizer call on Caddie A Voter Crippen To Hang Nov 8th HawlerCrippen tm H wife Belle Elmore the actress will be hangedon Nov 8th The date origin ally announced was Nov 10th but to day the sheriff advanced the day one week 1 1Iii BIG FIRE At Glen Dean Sunday Night Glasscock And Company Store BurnsBank Damaged Fire broke out at Ghu Dau Sunday night about 7 oclock mid burned the store of Glasscock Us Co It was valued at 600 insurance 1000 The store house of the Company also burned it was valued at 2000 insurance 1000 Bank of Glendetiiie building was dama ged about 300aud was covered by insurance This building was brick and saved the town bat it was dreadfully damaged aud the Masonic Hall ou the first floor was ruined Paul Snyder cashier of the bank mounted thereof of the bank building at the risk of his life and sot the fire under coutrol Miss Emmy Lou Moor man and Miss Sylivm Mattiugly were among the best fire fighters and did noble work while many of the men stood around and watched the game of the flamesIt a source of wonder that the en tire town was not devoured by the fire Origin of the fire is not known The Glass ock building was one of the first buildings erected in Gleudeaue It was built by the late John Deane nearly twenty years ago Mr W C Moorman opened the first store in Glen deaue Mr Glasscok has occupied the store for several years and his many friends deeply sympathise with him and his family who lost every thing they bad in the fire All their clothing house hold goods Hud furniture went up in flames The fire happened while they were at church Mrs G W Paynes new trimmed hats are beauties and the price is so low you cant help from buying Happy Birthday Yesterday was tanniversary of the birthday ot Levi Winchell who was eightyeight years old and Joe Smart who touched the half century mark Mr and Mrs Smart spent the day at the Winchell home at Tobinsport Choosing Ones Fiction from Elizabeth Stuartilliolps Stories Thut Stay In November Century Fine fiction like fine friendship is a personal affair Your friend is not to to be of anothers choosing He Is yours to elect yours to have and to hold or to love and lose as the inner laws decree Whether he be of your social or intellectual caste is a second ary matter he must to of your souls kinor you must believe that he Is till you learn better and his quality to you is as Individual as your taste In fruit or wines in sunsets or marine painting Brown Helm Dead L Brown Helm father of Mrs R W Vaughan of Lexington died In that city last Tuesday afternoon Mr Helm was formerly of Breckenrldge county and was born near Union Star He was a gentlemen of the old school Go to G W Paynes and see what beautiful and useful things he has on his 15 cent counter Los Angeles California Booming Los Angeles has gained 318000 In population since last census now a city of 318500 Tourist lore flocking here from every state about 4000 per month We have 26 banks all prospering Many business blocks 10 to 14 stories in height under construction A handsome marble and stone Post office was completed two months ago This ija city of the finest homes in the West This city has bonded itself for 520500000 26500000 for Owens aqueduct and power plant 3000000 for Los Angeles Harbor with 2000 WW appropriated by the Government yearly to complete one of the biggest Harbors In the world After the com pletion of the Panama Canal ships will run from Pacific ocean to Atlantic For any Information to Realestate values or Investments write to Henry Dick formely in Business at Addison Ky Located 7 years at 206 S Broad way Los Angeles Cal Real Estate Investments and Insurance If the best is not too good for you ewlaport BEST flour is the flout you ought to use RoValBAKING POWDER 1U 7I- 14w tt4f f 4 0 Crullers J 1 travf Biscuits Hot Breads- More kjj w ITI Tasty Economical z I I Absolutely Healthful jJ Fine Horse Drowned A fine horse valued at lsO belong ing to H L Stader drowned Monday morning The team was at the lower wharf and while the driver was in the Wharf boat the horses walked into the river to get a drink They walked too far out and one horse drowned The horses seemed to realize that their lives were in peril for they fought valiantly to be saved Mr Stader and some other men went to the team in a skiff to cut them from the wagon so they might swim ashore However only one horse was able to swim after the fight The sight attracted a big crowd and it was terrible to see the horses trying to save their own lives Subscribe JII OLD MEADE WILL GIVE BEN JOHNSON THE LARGEST VOTE EVER GIVEN A CANDIDATE Meade County Republicans Lining up to Send John son Back to Congress Record A Flawless one Wins Votes for From Meade Mussongor The Messenger predicts that Congressman Ben Johnsons ma jority in Meado county on November 8 next will bo one of the largest if not the largest ever given a candidate for office in Meado county There are at least one hundred and fifty old line Republicans in the county who will vote for Mr Johnson Such a condition has never existed in this county before The popularity of Den Johnson among all classes in Meade county is largely due to his generosity his kiqdness and his love for the people Ho is looked upon in Meado county as a sort of friend and neighbor who is always anx ious and does lond a helping hand For this reason ho has cemented himself in the of the people in the county And then too his record in Congress is without a flaw Ho has fought for every interest of the farmer and laborer he has fought when the odds wore against him with never a thought of faltering There is not a moro conscien tious or abler representative of the people in the National Con gress Ho towers head and shoul ders above the average Congress man in intellect and in ability to got results his honesty has never Ir Judge Chelf Will Not Hold November Court Judge Weed Chelf in order to make his cure complete as he thniks he will lies decided not to hold the November term of the Hardin Circuit Court Judge Chelf returned last week from Hot S jringa and while he is improved great ly he and his friends think that it would be better for him to not begin workso soul The br id making an effort to secure Judge W P Siuidig of Russell vllle wuogave such splendid satisfact iou iu this capacity here recently Ktown News today His Past and Him County esteem been doubted and his integrity livinghumanthousand elements in Ben Johnson that are admirable elements that have made him a great man among the greatest of men Meade county voters appreciate Mr Johnson and just to show him that their appreciation is sin core they will vote for him on November 8 irrespective of party ties or anything else Mark this prediction his majority in this county will be abnormal Indeed there are few people in Meado county who will oppose Mr Johnson It is safe to say that every Democrat in Meado who can possibly got to the polls on November 8 will bo there to vote for him and we repeat that standing shouldorto shoulder with these Democrats will be one hun dred and iiifty or two hundred RepublicansIt happiest condition we have ever seen in this county during our resident of fifteen years j and it was brought about by Mr Johnsons liberality generosity and fair treatment towards Dem ocrats Republicans and all people of all political faithsby his un biased representation of the Fourth Congressional district in theN tional Congress t c 4- r DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Mall Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how ttvouldplcttsc your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday rr c For SaleII 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 DtSt + M t NE- WLivery Stable Stephensport Ky p New Rigs New Horses m New Stable i Open for the PUblic Near m mthe Depot 1 If you have any riding or A driving to do or if tyou want A X Feed of any kind we can X f furnish you I We will handle Ice also jj- M jj Your patronage will at lie IlpPIeciatcdm 1 I TKGS WISMiTH I Proprietor W Jj tfi fy Stephensport KyIti + 7 =7 + r aasatCa Trained Minds are in demand by business men The Spenivriun course in Book keeping Shorthand and Accounting has been the moans bv which 13000 graduates ore holding re KpiinMhlu posilionh Hundreds art earning over 5000 a year We will send full details regarding rotes and course to young men and women wh will write us Spencerian Commercial School Union National tank llulldlriK 6th and Main Sin LOUISVILLE KY r OVER 65 YEAR- SEXPtRIENCE lOTENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anrono sending a sketch and description roar uoertaln our opinion free whether anquicklyon le probably patentab Cotnmunlca tlonmtrlctlycoiiililentlttl HANDBOOK on Talents sent free Oldest for socuring patents Patents tAkun tlirouuh Munn t co receive tpeeial notice without charge In tho Scientific Jhtiericaii A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr dilation of any iclomiUn journal Terms 13 a year tour months fI 80111 b all newidc- nlorPNNCo30B d1 r New York Ilraucli Office C25 K 8U Waihluicton A C Cats and Dogs According to II French Investigator domestic ominous have a certain amount of reasoning power often net upon reflux notions lint can associate dens from which they thaw Inferences Dogs mid still more so cats ho says learn to Imitate the voice and movements of their masters or mis tresses Ho liiiH noticed old watchdogs which when they barked hud peculiar Intonations which resembled the voices of their maters Cots try by the way kfn which tthey cry to make their win tresses iindiirntiiiid exactly what they want IITOBACCO NEWS I Owensboro Ky Oct 21The Green River Tobacco Association pool in which approximately ten millions of pounds of tobacco is pledged will if a deal now pending is clinched be sold to the American Tobacco Company and James Hodffe Son at prices ranging from 0 down to 6 for leaf and lugs and 3 for all trash The price Is a little better than that offered for the pool last year There are in the neighborhood of 3000 farm era interested in the pool and the acreage is something like 10009 The association is composed of the farmers of Daviess McLean Hancock Ohio and Breckenrldge counties Samples Selected I There was a meeting of representa tives of the American Society of Equity and the Home Warehouse Association in Owensboro Saturday the chief work being the sampling of the jointly pooled tobacco with those two organizations The samples have all been selected and bids will be received MondayA of prices ranging from 10 to 6 for leaf and lugs and 4 for trash has been fixed by the association and if a bid equal to or higher Is made a deal will be closed immediately If not the tobacco will be held until the poolers themselves direct otherwise Mr J W Dunn of the A S of B says that the prospects of a sale at the prices fixed by the association are goodThe samples will be on exhibition in the office of Mr Emison Shaw on Third street between St Ann and Frederica Owensboro Inquirer Pool Declared Off By a resolution adopted by a unani mous vote at 1154 oclock Saturday night the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society officially declared off the pool ef the 1010 crop The pool will have a technical existence only until the individual growers themselves have acqulesed in the action This acquiescence will probably have effect in the sale of a vast quantity of tc bacco Monday as the growers are re leased of all obligations Lexington Herald 1909 Tobacco Lexington Oct 21 Announcement was made from the headquarters of the Burley Tobacco Society Friday evening that the marketing of the to bacco in the IgOD pool would be re sumed Tuesday The Executive Committee ha com pleted arrangements by which simul taneous sales in Cincinnati and Louisville will be recommenced during the week Final arrangements for the local sales have been fuliy worked out I and the day for the Initial auction will be announced as soon as set proporItlonI the three markets Through the Lexington Commercial Club and In response to the sugges tlon of one of its committees the local warehouses have made a free tender of their floors tor the sales here and the Invitation was promptly accepted by the Executive Committee of the Burlev Society The method of sale will conform to that in vogue on the Cincinnati and Louisville breaks This involves ac tual inspection of the hogsheads and meets all exactions of the boyers Of ficial announcement of the sale will be sent out from the Burley offices Sat day Part Sold at Cincinnati Cincinnati 0 Oct 21Contracts were signed Friday at a meeting of Cincinnati tobacco warehousemen and a committee from the Burley Tobacco Society whereby 40000000 pounds of the 1909 crop the pool of which has been dissolved will be sold on the Gin cinnati breaks The Burley Society Committee met tobacco warehousemen at the Globe warehouse 7 West Front street and notified warehouse representatives that they had agreed to a proposition made them two days ago The grow ers committee In the negotiations con sisted of Fred Stucy of Ghent Ky John Larue of Paris Ky and J L Sanders of Flemingsburg Ky The Burley Society poolcontrolled about 80000000 pounds of the IgOg crop The tobacco that will not be sent to the Cincinnati breaks will be sold at Louisville and Lexington Ky Most of Bourbon Crop Sold Paris Ky Oct 21 Threefourths of the 1010 crop of tcbacco grown in Bourbon county has been sold at prices ranging from 10 to 14 cents per pound the bulk of the crop changing hands at about an average of 12 cents per pound Buyers are still in the market and sales are being made daily Fleming Crops Are Sold Flemingsburg Ky Oct 21Many- of the farmers have sold their tobacco in the last few days most of them get ting about 12 12 cents None of them over 13 cents and a few of them did not get over 10 cents New Tobacco Sells Well At Lexington Lexington Ky Oct 26The loose lent tobacco market opened here today with about 250000 pounds of the now crop us the offering The quality was inferior but prices ranged from J6 to 18 per hundred Bidding was lively many buyers being present The Ameri can Tob ceo Company secured IHie bulk of the tobacco sold Joys of The Press 15 cents the copyNews Office oooLEo ooo- DD Notice toD I Tax D oFayersi i IQ IQI I or one of my Deputy Sheriffs will be at the following places and dates Vanzant Wedndy Nov 16 Rockvale Thurs Nov 17 Glen Dean Friday Nov 18 o McDaniels Saturday Nov 19 0 Q 0The penalty goes on December 11st This g H will be my last trip to these places If you R j meetOI J = to advertise everybody who does not pay by n December 1st Yours respectfully DENNIEii SHEEHAN 11 Sheriff of Breckinridge County UOr 101 IIQI OldllQlrE QOI0l Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Ont yourwaterbrick milky- oppearanceoften healthy condi neys 1pas youtheneed attentionWhat To Do There comfort knowledge often expressed Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability water scalding passing following use liquor wine overcomes unpleasant necessity being compelled go often tuanytitnesimmediate effect SwampRoot realized stands highest be of its remarkable health restoring prop erties need a medicine should bydruggists 7no n dust sedi ment or settling stringy or indicates an un tion of the kid too fre quent desire to or pain to and is in the so that to hold and pain in it or bad effects of or beer and that of to of is soon It the cause If you you num VI awctfam You may have a sample bottle sent free KilmerCoBinghamton remember the name Dr Kilmers Swamp ughamtouN iJt NSN IilJ WHAT IS A HEN The United States court of cus toms appeals Is to rule on the question of whether or not a hen Is a birdWhat art thou hen When wouldst alt thouII Or set all firmly on thy nest Thou art when naught can thee quit A pest And when thou cacklest when wed take A nap with no disturbing pother Thou art wo vow and stay awake A bother In summer when the garden patch Tempts theo to stroll with cluck Ings vague Thou art whenoer wo see theo 4scratchA plague The ministers however when They1 eat thy offspring served with dressing Pronounce thee once and yet again A blessing- In winter when wo have to pay Whateer cold storage men may hint Thou art because of thy fair lay A mint And when old ago hath ended thee The plot onco more begins to thicken In market then thou art wo see Spring chickenI W D Nesblt In Chicago PoslJJ NNNNNNNNNN MMNM NN MjIf STEPHENSPORT Edwin Petitt of Paducah was the guest of his sister Mrs Pike Conn a few days this week Mrs Dr Wedding of Cannelton was the guest of Mrs E T Connor Sunday Miss Mae Bandy of Irvington was the guest of Miss Esther Payne Satur day and Sunday Mr Haddock of Webster met with a- very painful accident Saturday night by falling down the steps at the rail road crossing Mrs Ma L Roberts and Mrs Pike Conn attended the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star at Frankfort last week and report a delightful trip Mrs Belle Crawford left Monday for Miss to spend the winter with her son JohnIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the Hour you ought to use Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA Los Angeles California Booming hasgainedLos Angeles 318000 in population since last census now a city of 318500 Tourist fare flocking here from every state about 4000 per month We have 26 banks all pros pering Many business blocks 10 to 14 stories in height under construction A handsome marble and stone Post office was completed two months ago This is a city of the finest homes in the West This city has bonded itself for 20 500000 26500000 for Owens aqueduct and power plant 3000000 for Los Angeles Harbor with 2000 000 appropriated by the Government yearly to complete one of the biggest Harbors in the world After the com pletion of the Panama Canal ships will run from Pacific ocean to Atlantic For any Information to Realestate valuesor investments write to Henry Dick formerly in Buslmss at Addison Ky Located 7 years at 205 S Broad way Los Angeles Cal Real Estate Investments and Insurance Try Our Want Column It Pays 1 y c H E ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg Kentucky OFFICE OVER KINCHELOES PEARMACYI USE CARBONATE OF LIME To nitiko live soil Oolitic lime stone bone dry ground line as Hour It is immediately effective and cheap KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LIME CO x Kosmosdale Ky We Do All Kinds of Job Printing RURAL TELEPHONES m mlIr Farmer are you interested i If so call on therj manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far dusersI j Line rate f CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY i I Incorporated eiS 3H 7S = 3 THE FEED THAT FATTENS High COTTON SEEn MEAL and Cotton Seed Hulls Write me Grads for rrices before buying WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 m ITHE t most centrally located and monlyflrstclass hotel In the i city j making a 3200 rate it one block from the princi i HOTELOnly district two blocks theatresiJtoall m citymneat and cleanII PIKE CAMPBELL LY nrr1+ T TT r A y 7LANDbest Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to Invest In TIlE the Great Panhandle of Texas The soil Is richland productive and you MilletBroomIn the Panhandle of Texasy- ou can get three or four crops of Alfalfa each year which will average a ton to the aero at each cutting The best of water from 25 to 100 feet deep No cyclones no windsGuarantee 1000 Profits the First year To anyone whobuysa section of this land C4p acres I will guarantee them the above named profit the first ytur and when they have mudo the first payment In hove usforfeItnamed profit then the forfeit money Is theirs fill guarantee on onolwlf section and 250 on u quurtersectlon It Interested write mo at once I J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky 1tr1llimr4lL 1IIIIIfIII MO M WE WANT YOUR Eggs Chickens Turkeys Lambs Calves Hides Tallow Beeswax or anything you have to sell in the way of pro I duce Our facilities for handling Eggs and Poultry are the very best Have a large house specially adapted for handling and shipping We pay the highest market price in spot cash and make prompt returns to shippers WE SELL Flour Feed and Ice Ask E H Shollman Co bankers and First State Bank Irvington Ky about us Ship us your stuff and depend on getting the bestprico the market affords A DAshcraffBroIRVINGTON i then try a News Want Ad and bo 1Anything to Sell convinced that they will pay lltl I 0- u = 0 I I t OUSTER James Tnyor son of AI Taylor aged two and one half years was pain fully burned by over turning of a cup 1of boiling water upon his arms He is recovering now Mrs Sallie Board Priest of Rosetta was in Custer Tuesday shopping and I calling on her Tavlor friends It was t her first visit to Custer in ten years Joe GJaFScock of McDaniels was f here Wednesday associating among ths business men- Shelton ll rdaway who teaches at Hardin Springs went to his home near Rosetta to spend Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Buckner Hardaway Most of the Rosetta small pox cases are able to be out again and there will be no fear of further spread of the dread disease James Harrington and daughter Miss Lora Harrington spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Webster with Mr and Wm Hall Mr Hall will shortly leave the state to find another home He thinks perhaps he will go West Miss Carra Gilpin left Monday to enter Kingswood College Charlie Butler a former citizen of Custer and exdeputy sheriff is in 4 Custer for a few days Mr Butler brought the remains of his only baby girl aged eight months from his pre sent home Windsor Ill to the family burying ground near Constantine for IntermentV Gid Hager foster son of Mrs Ed Triplett is seriously ill with typhoid feverMiss Esther Meadpr who had a serious attack of stomach trouble and was confined to her bed for a week is now able to return to school duties Henry Tinius solda nice span of mules to Robert Milburn last week Joe Dick Milburn and brother Pres ton have rented Mrs Harrison Rob erts farm for the ensuing year Ovie Board carried his crop of tobac co to Louisville Monday The tobacco was his own raising and almost the first tQ be sold from this section The pledged tobacco will be on sale by November first If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the lour you ought td use- Dyspepsia is our nUi uinl all uent Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It Strengthens Htoutuch membrane t promotes How of digestive Juicer purifies the Mood builds you up The Pnneral Of Andrew Coleman X Was Held At Gal netfstille The fuiifral services of Mr Andrew Coletnan who e death at his home r it Iryingtoti was mentioned in Fridays News was heldit GHrnettsville Saturday morning 13 CII nil tiT was the principal speaker It his mldres + was a wish to say I have Sloans on a lame leg that has given me much trouble for six months It was so bad that I couldnt walk sometimes for a1 week I tried doctors medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg and everything that I of but all did me no good until at last I was persuaded to try Sloans The first application helped it and in two my leg was weltA L HUNTER of Hunter Ala i Good for Athletes Mr K OILMAN instructor of athletics 417 Warren St Rox bury Mass says I have u- sedSLOANSr liNIMENTwith great incases of extreme after physical exer tion when an ordinary would not make any Impression Sloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the musclesor joints Mks2bobOoL00Sloaais horses cattle bee- lfaudpnultrJ teat tree AdUrM Drkrll1oaX a V L- nJ1itnr HI II t u f L1 l Y pLame Leg Well iiI that used Liniment bought heard they Liniment weeks success fatigue rubdown touching tribute to the derling man hood Hud beautiful Christian life of Mr Coleman with whom the speaker had been associated with for many years and the speaker had been selected by the deceased some tune befire death came to hold the service and the text the first three verses of John 14th chapter hut IIlso been selected by Mr Coleman sometime before hits death lira May prstor of the church nt Irviugtin of which Mr Coleman was B member nndl Uro Sutheiliiid pastor of the GirnettG vilh church where the service were hell also assisted after which the body was Uid tyrest in the family lot in the nearby cemetery Truly a good man is guile hut his life stands before thote wtiti knew hun as HU open hook and will live for good in the years to conic rSlilhton Correspondent Htown News Any skin itching is a tempertester Th i more you scratch the worse it itches JJoii2 Ointment cures piles cc- zeuutnn skin itching At all drug steps BRIEF CATALOGUE OF THIS WORLDS GREATEST THINGS Washington Monument and College at Cairo Among Them The tallest monument Is the Wash ington obelisk 555 feet high But tIll largest monolith Is In Knrnak Egypt being IOU feet high The highest chim ney measuring 474 feet is In Guts gowThe largest aqueduct In use Is tthf Crotpn of New York which Is thlrt eight miles lung but the longest ever built is in Peru SCO miles In length The deepest coal mine Is near Lain bert Belgium noOO feet deep The biggest doe is at Cardiff Wales and the strongest electric light Is nt tin Sydney lighthouse Australia whlf the largest lighthouse Is nt Gape lion ry Virginia being 1G3 feet high The greatest bunk Is the Bunk of England In London the oldest col loge Is University college OxfordI founded In 100 till largest library the National in Paris containing mwr ly 3000000 volumes The largest theater IIs the Paris Oji era House covering three acres thy largest bronze statue that of Peter the Great In St Petersburg wolgliltiy 1100 tons The biggest Stone SIn tUI Is In Japan fortyfour feet high Thr largest college Is In Cairo with over 10000 students and 310 teachers Damascus has the honor of being thlI oldest city The most costly book In the world IIs a Hebrew Bible owned by the German government which a few yearn ago refused the popes offer of Ij000 forI It The most costly mcdMne a few years ago was metallic gallium which sold for 130000 a pound but radium is now the priceless gem itf- the mineral world soiling for more than that price an ounce Though orchids frequently bring prices that make the poor man stag ger the highest price for a single lower was raven for a tulip In Am sterdam by an enthusiast who paid 210000 for i- tChlldrera Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA PROCRASTINATION The Habit of Putting Off Doing tho Sorious Thingc cl Life Much of the iinhappltipss and Im providence In life Is t iiiwl by enry habits of procrastination habits con racted nneouscIoiiKly perhaps when character Is In Its formative stage and nt the very time when most attention should be given to the untrained nn We It Is so easy to full into n happy gu lucky wily of living so easy to jog along unconcernedly doing the things which suit us hest and perhaps which Mint for the least and leaving undone all the acts and unspoken all the words null unexpressed all the thoughts and unused all the advantages which are really so essential to a letter under itanding of ourselves and the wonder ful life being lived about us What a bright world of promise fill tilled tthis would he If leipouslblllty could only be made half as attractive nK nome of the minor diversions which leem to furnish so inueh pleasure to heir partakers If the hard places could be ulnae soft 1 the rustyI roads imooth and dllllrult uuderjalilugs easy there would be small need fur putting oft from day to lily the tusl of fulHIl lug any lasls whatever As It Is with the cerMilmy tint happiness unalloyed Is not within the grasp of nun and wIth the knowledge that smrtfw and trouble must come at some time Into each of our lives It seems strange that for all our weak human nature we cannot learn the lesson that pro rnstlnntlon teaches and benollt thereby FOREIGN MINERS PROTECTED France Insists on Blind Galleries In Case of Accidents Important experiments In the utility ot safety chambers have been con uctrd recently In France and as n result some of the leading colliery ompanles are putting blind gal jrles supplied with compressed air water food etc nnd signal arrange meats In their pits In Belgium there must bo n breath lug appliance for every 200 under ground workers In fiery mines of the second and third degree with trained rescue brigades oflo less than four Jaelt per set of apparatus ii l C It r m GUns Gunsfi1 1 AND A1IUNITION8194 R CThe season will soon be open The finest and best guns on theWW market at the lowest and best prices Come in and see our stock i We carry L C Smith Remington and a number of other hammer t less guns Also double and single barrel hammer guns Full and complete line come and see us before you buy Hunting coatsQfi ficaps l and legginsmm l cT D ASHCRAJnr Irvington Ky id i USE FOR BLOTTING PAPER In Germany It Is Made to Take the Place of Waste for Cleaning Machinery In Germany blotting paper is used to clean machinery Tow woolen refuse sponge cloths and Jute waste are the materials usually employed for the cleaning of machinery and parts of engines which are soiled by dust and lubricating substances The bet ter varieties of cotton waste are very good for scouring purposes but the cheaper grades are charged with dust and in using them a sponge cloth specially manufactured for the pur pose Is employed In using blotting paper for scouring purposes the use of cotton waste Is decreased and the sponge cloths are entirely dispensed with On an average the German workman received under the former system 250 grams of cotton waste one new sponge cloth and one or two renovated ones every week Now he Is upplled with 150 grams of cottonI vasle and about eight or ten sheets of blotting paper at a cost of 2V6 cents or onethird the cost of the cot ton waste The paper is not only cheaper but it does not soil the maI chlnery with fibers and dust as do the woolen refuse and the sponge cloths It Is also less combustible than other cleaning materials and if it should be caught In the machinery i while engines In motion are being cleaned it tears easily raid the work mon run no risk of having iiitiir hands drawn Into the machinery Harpers Weekly TAMENESS OF A SEA LION Old Ben Weighing Half a Ton Is Often Met on the Streets of Avalon In describing the Islands lying off the southern coast of California Fred erick Holder writes The feature which will really amaze the wanderer among the Channel Islands Is the tameness of sonic animals To meet a bull sea lion weighing approximately half a ton on the main avenue of a town 50 feet from the water Is a pos sibility of a startling nature yet I have seen Old Ben the head of the Santa Catalina sea lion rookery on Crescent avenue Avalon surrounded by tourists who snapped their cameras at him with Impunity At that time Ben could bo Induced to come ashore when the lure was a fat longfinned tuna but one day ho climbed upon the wharf coming entirely up the steps following the man with a fish Then some unreasonable person made a threatening demonstra tlon Ben started for the step lost his nnn11IIUU1 n1 Hoot and wounding himself For a long time he remembered this but gradual ly his faith in human beings has re turnedHe is goodtempered and never at tempts to bite But he is a savage looking animal and when he comes leaping up on the boat landing driving pit women and children by mere ferocity of appearance and seizing their fish as he did recently he makes a very clever imitation of a ferocious beast A New One Nimble wits and a glib tongue frequently save erring New York cop pers on trial before the deputy com missioner at police headquarters Not long ago a giant patrolman accused of being about a quarter of a mile off his beat evolved this excuse You see It was like this your honor I was patrolling my post when I thought I heard a man up the street yelling Fire Fire I ran in the direction of the sound and would you believe me Mr Commissioner there stood a fellow out on the sidewalk trying to wake up a friend of his on the second floor and he was yelling with all his might Meyer I Meyer IIWell thats a brand new one said the trial commissioner the suspicion of a smile crossing his face Complaint dismissed CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Tli Kind You Hart Always Borsht Beau the Signature of M- VII i J u frw Y4 wM- I lJrIIfwW v N WiJlWJlffU 1I Ii III I I BANK m CLOVERPORTI Iwith theI interest compounded scmiannually and no better way of paying your billy than by check whereby you always have a record of payment 1 OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US 1 We have a seven year record of fair dealings with our customers and always cater to their wants when consistent with sound bunking principles MWOTMAMMkM fW IQII GO 1fQI 10 IIII1 Qo 5tJ illSALES WILL CONTINUE AT IDJ Hard Heads Big Store Kentuckyo 0 next week for all those who did not get in last week Low prices on DRY GOODS GROCERIES AND EERTILIZ- ERSojo01 Iffi Iffi Do i0i IIQr 10 II rycv vft sii rAttwte w wrwWfrriwfTAifMW rr 77 1 YoH BOAVMKK President A B firu1nits Cashier F L LIGIITFOOT VicePresident O T SKHTMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 3S yours of honoinble dralii g to its credit It buy poised through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on dI n hid Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORSVA H SUillmnn Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W II lio enter Inn C Iiirboc O T Skillnmn A R Fisher iJiIIAIIJ belIN fQ w A QUICK CHANGE The Sweet Taffy That Came After the Cold Roast Suy Jeu said Kullo the brunette with white side combs In her hair I see Mutate hUN blenched bier huh uguln Aint It terrible Yes perfectly awful replied Jen nie She itsired me if I would do It If I were she and I said yes Dont she look perfectly dreadful and Its getting streaked already You could tell in a minute It was bleached the roots are so dark Sure 1 noticed thug responded Katie And say did you see the rag of n dress she had on yesterday And Its lit gracious Looked perfectly dreadful didnt It Perfectly dreadful echoed Jennie Well she wanted a pattern and I gave her the one of that dark blue silk I had throe years ago said Katie Your did Yes 1 did OhAnd the Lint she was wearing con tinned Katie Did you set your optics on that Yesu Perfect sight wasnt It Where did she get It Oh down nt the Moodys I helped her pick It out was Kn ties reply Why why here cornea Mamie now youdeartoo darling for anything Yes Indepd added Jennie You do look perfectly charming Say lets nil go and get some soda And the three friend walked away tbpfctlierJCow York Times 1 i 1j Saw the Light The subject of tipsmade In Eu rope and closely Imitated In the United States always furnishes something new to tho American tourist said n man Just hack from Europe I had some clothes made In London The tailor came to my hotel with a boy who carried his parcel to have a fit He wore a high hat and prince Albert coat and but for his shoes would have passed for well creased After the fit was over and the gar ments were packed up he was leaving the apartment when our English sorv ant reminded me of tho tip I was afraid and If I had overcome tho fear did not know the limit and asked the servant to perform the operation When they had gone I was told You want your clothes to fit sir dont you And I saw the light An Expert Accountant Mrs Newly Dont you like my now hat dearest 1 Newly Yess Its all right Mrs Newly Well I bought It on your account dearI Nowly Yes you usually do Brook lyn Life Subscribe Right Now BIG SPRING Once more grim death has entered our community and has taken from our midst one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of our town Mr fQurIweeks with fever Mr Kasey is sur vived by a wife ono daughter one son two sisters two brothers besides a host of friends Our sympathy goes out to the family Mrs Julia Clarkson is home again after having spent three weeks In Louisville Mrs Ollie tisane of Ekron IS with I Mrs W A Hynes for a visit Dr and Mrs Strother of Owens bow visited his mother and sister this weekOwen Kasey returned to Owensboro Saturday after having been with his father for two weeks John Carr of Elizabethtown was the guest of Miss Ada Meador Thurs dayTho first quarterly meeting for the Big Spring circuit will be held here Saturday and Sunday November 13 and Ll- Mrs C B Witt is in Louisville Clyde Stith of Mays Grove was tho guest of Rev J E King Wednesday Miss Fannie Hardaway and brother Edgar attended a house party at Glen deane last week given by Misses Nell and Louise Moorman Mrs Willibee Hynes and Miss Zelma Strother spent Tuesday at Vine Grove Mrs Stella Stith has returned to Ellzabethtown ofter spending a week with her aunts Mesdames Jim and Martha Clarkson If the best is not to good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to useV ti 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday 1 IJ I EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 2 1910 Subscription Price 100a year in ndvnncc CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of X10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new addr- essDemocratic Ticket For Appellate Judge WARREN E SETTLElr r For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON MAMMOTH CAVE AND TAR SPRINGS Are the people of Kentucky going to allow Mammoth Cave to be entirely forgotten 1 Are they going to permit Tar Springs to meet a similiar fate These wore tho questions that were written on an article pertaining to Mammoth Cave in The Inter Ocean and mailed to us from New York last week In answer to tho first un less thu plans of Representative Thomas of Kentucky are perfected this great wonder of the world will pays into oblivion At the next session of Congress Representative Thomas will introduce a bill pro viding for tho purchase of Mammoth Cave by the government and making it a national park like Yellowstone and Yosemite It would be splendid for Kentucky if the federal authorities take hold of tho estate and improve it so that the cave might he brought into light again Yes tho world forgets oven its wonders must be advertised for there are few who can namo the greatest wonders of the world although there are only seven This is not strange for so many won derful things are being daily discovered andaccomplished by mans ingenious mind At present tho eyes of the universe are turned to ilghts in tho air and aviation tourmonts are more appealing than a curious hole that has been in tho ground ever since creation As to Tar Springs its greatest day is dawning Its curative powers and beauties will bo known broadcast in a short time The Tar Springs Sanatorium Company is receiving gratifying results With the opening of early spring wo may see tho resort beautifully made over from cliff to clip Sanatoriums seem to bo tho fad nowadays and people with moro money than pain take prido in going to them They are stylish 1 For that reason alone tho enterprise will be a HUCCCSS But the Sanitorium will not be the solo attraction For those of us who have not time to get ill the new Company promises to build firstclass hotel so vo can go there for a day of recreation This is what Tar Springs has sorely needed for tho lust quarter of a century With a good cook in the kitchen and a Macadmaied toad from Clovorport this nook in the woods will he the most attractive place of the south R C Adams one of tho most prosperous farmers of Lowisport wrote to Mayor Lambert last week offering to give a homo to a good ly from Owensboro Mr1 Adams says he will clothe and educate him This should appeal to any boy of a dozen years who has not a home Besides his own son Mr Adams has reared and educated throe boys It means thought labor patience and expense to rear a boy To oven teach a boy to work requires a great amount of effort and endurance Wo have found that boys have to he paid and paid highto learn instead of their paying to bo taught Boys who are willing to work for tho knowledge of it are few and far between The most of thorn think entirely of filling their pocket books instead of training their hands and cultivating their minds for broader work as they grow older This however is not the fault of the boy his par ents aro to blame for not impressing on his mind that tho wages ho earns is the least value of his days work Let us teach tho boy to value knowledge more than money and to be more appreciative of those who give him his training It is easy to give tho boy advico and to tell him what to do but to teach him how not only teach him but to pay for his mistakes is another problem and one that is sometimes exasperating Tho Kentucky State Fair netted a profit of over 20000 all of which will be applied on a debt amounting to moro than that sum The attendance broke all record for that institution If tho city peo ple had patronized the fair like the country folks tho entire indebtedness could have been cleared up and then some loft for hot choco late this winter Louisville people wore conspicious at tho Fair for their absence and one had to go to tho vaudevilles to got a glimpse of them The majority of the city people are formerly from the coun try andit amazing to see how quickly they lose interest in the things that they used to help raise down on tho farm Next year it would be judicious for the State Fair to advertise its attractions in Louisville and see if they cannot arouse a deeper interest in tho int stitution in the Falls City Wo denounce Republican protection as a fraud taxing tho labor of the great majority of tho people for tho benefit of tho few This is the principle which the Democrats have advocated for years and yet tho cost of living under the Republican tariff tax of today is grcatorthan ever known Why a poor man struggling for existence under the enormous tariff advocated by tho Republican party of today will go to tho polls and vote for a man who represents these princi pIes is hard to understand Dr Caddie tho Republican nominee in this district endorses this high tariff principle and tho people should vote against him They should stand by Ben Johnson who is a friendto the people Those of you who are financially convenionced and so kind as to r do your Christmas shopping early be wise enough to buy practical and useful gifts The day of fancy penwipers for women and m y Bcratchors for men has passed Most people as a rule give a lobo r d arrYn f- riipi r rash and after Christmas the homes aro simply stocked with dust catchers Leave cheap china ornaments and brass jewelry alone Last summer we heard a bachelor say that a woman gave him a yel low satin pin cushion for a Christmas present and ho had been using it over since for a footstool This goes to prove how much a useful present is appreciated Friday night November the eleventh nt iInrdinsburg an upto date spelling contest will be held Superintendent Driskell urges all teachers irt the county to attend and bring with them their bests- JJellerB A medal is ojored by Herbert Beardand a cash prize hy Mr Driskell The proceeds will bo used for the benefit of the coun ty High Schools Along with the spelling we suggest that the spol ler givei the definition of each word spnlt that he and the audience may get the full benefit of tho word Knowing how to spell A word without knowing its meaning is like having a needle without thread it is useless Wo commend these spelling matches They aro helpful Innd interesting and we aro glad to see some of our citizens tak hig an active interest not alone with their work but giving their money to help tho cause along John D Rockefellers old homo in Cleveland has been leased as an institute for the care of alcholism Mrs Rockefeller always cheerished this house as it was the birth place of their children and where her husband began to climb tho lamppost to fame with Stand ard Oil The friends of tho Rockefeller family seemed to be astonishedat the leasing of the old homestead From this act it is evident that John D has more money than sentiment and the moro money a man has tho more he wants Tho Democrats in every precinct should make it a point to go to the polls next Tuesday and vote for Congressman Ben Johnson While wo may not carry the county we ought to show our strength hy turning out and reducing tho majority for the Republicans as muchas possible Mr Johnson is an able representative and has always stood for tho interests of the people Tho Republican Fiscal Court of this county has recently raised the salary of County School Superintendent Driskel from 800 to 1200 per annum Mr Joel Pile as gooda man as the county ever had in tho office filled it for two terms at eight hundred dollars per annum Now when the poor tax payers of the county aro struggling against hard times the Republicans go to increasing salaries wherever they can do so Mr Farmer did you over stop to think that your 8i cent hog never becomes 35 cent bacon until after iit leaves your farm You are letting the Republican party fool you while they are making mil lionaires by the thousands Farm products sell just as hign in coun tries whore hats sell for 1 that YOU have to pay 250 for here and whore a suit of clothes sells for 10 that costs the farmer here 20 And this same difference holds good on every article the farmer has to buy Hetty Greens son bought 15000 picture postal cards the other day to send baclrto friends in Texas on his return homo in New York City They cost 200 Edward is enough like his mammy to have a few dollars left in his pocketbook The majority of fellows who take pleasure trips usually have to borrow money to get home John T Ditto of Decatur was our guest from Friday until Sun plnceisIrvingtonCluverport a fullgro vn city while the job is on Mrs Ella Hutchinson Ellwunger who has been writing some ex cellent letters to tho newspapers from Frankfort has moved to Louisville and her splendid work will be greatly missed The press peo ple of the State trust that she will continue her work in tho Falls City Danville Messenger Wo have never seen a set of men so well pleased as those on the railroad sections who are getting their pay in cash every Saturday night Paymaster Ferrys service is a pleasure to tho men he is always friendly and in a good humor while he hands out the gold to them F K Rhodes of Owensboro was on the passenger train Mon day evening en route homo from Ekron Mr Rhodes is enjoying a prosperous business He is a Bon Johnson man and wants him to bo our next Governor Our farmers are getting a good price for their products on the farm it is true but how does it figure up when ho goes to town and buys machinery and other articles on which a high tariff is levied to buildup tho trusts Working men are still told that tho existing protective tariff is a boon to thorn but if they could know something of tho cost of living in districts where high protection is felt most they would not think so Republicans call this an off year and that they will carry tho county by 500 majority They will not get half of it if Democrats will turn out to tho polls next Tuesday Please remember that there is an olec ion next Tuesday Let every Democrat get out and do his duty Tho records of Congress show that Ben Johnson has always voted in favor of tho laboring man A vote for Ben Johnson is a vote against tho Trusts and the high tariff Only seven weeks till Christmas which falls on Sunday this year PICKED UP John Mercer has sold his farm of 211 acres to Henry Hardesty for f2700 The Sam Dlx farm owned by Sterling Alexander has been sold recently to Peyton Canary for 14 COO A L Kendall of Webster sold to Sax ton Dutschke 2500 pounds of Burley at 812 round He has 10000 pounds more for which he was offered 9 cents and refused it Mr Dutscbke has bought several crops in that neighbsrhood One thousand two hundred and Burleyf j tyf P3Ffffi w HHHHHHBIWW- KJ nWWP WfETr prices ranging from 3 to 1875 the average being 991 43 hogsheads dark sold from 4 to 12 the average being 8 Fiuley Miller went to Louisville Monday to sell his purchase of dark to bacco at Stephensport Win Halls sale at Webster last week was well attended and good prices pre vailed Ills farm was not offered The sale of the effects of the late Mrs Hunter at her place near Sample cameiI ni advertised last Tbursday There was a big crowd of men and women in attendance and everything brought good prices ly- x lafKpv3iw F e 1 74 I V nrxnros AmI 1 Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully FilledP p f With the Best values In stock and on Mall 1 1 Order purchases of 5 or more we pay for jwarding charges to points within 200 miles RF UNCtTUE9DRYWEDNE5PADepartment Women and Mis- sesREADYTOWEAR GARMENTS newest and most desirable fabrics mid Acolorings at prices which you will find surprising moderate 1 a f Evening Coats and CapesFor women and misses fine broad cloths with satin trimmings in pearl grays light tans white and Q50atl I Evening Coats and CapesFor women and misses fine French 1sllklIned J Afternoon and Evening DressesFor women and misses crepe silks and nets in cream white atuuuuu1500 I corn color Specially priced Evening Afternoon and Dancing DressesFor women and misses laces plaited crepes satin massalincs and nets in all the I I i 00atn m ManTailored SUITSAND COATS For Women and Misses Style fabric and fit perfect in rough or smooth finishedmaterials with blue gray and brown the leading colors All moderately priced ManTailored Snits for women arid misses English series and OUtailored flanTailored Suits for women and misses English broadcloths worsteds and novelty mixtures silk satin linings CQO Rfl guaranteed Specially priced atur4JL JU- Womens and Misses Coats full lengths colors and black fine 2500Sl Childrens SHOESSc- hool Shoes we offer an exceptionally good line of strong servicable and stylish school shoes made on the hygienic toe reformer last with best quality of soles and uppers patent lea ther arid dull kid stocks sizes S2 to 11 priced at 2 and 17s 2at Jockey Boots a novelty that is very popular this season We show them in sizes 5 to 8 with turn sole patent leather vamp and collar and red or mat kid top priced at 8173 also welt SOle with red top sizes 834 to 111 sizes llH to 2 3r 0 and weltsolo with dull top sizes 84 25011L Our Nadia Corsets for 100 To emphasize the excellence of the Nadia one of our exclu sive brands we make an Inter esting reduction on one part icu lar model of this seasons best style An extramely long hip and back for the average figure made of tine coutil lace trim med extra hook on the front and three pairs of strong hose supporters guaranteed rustproof boning sizes 18 to 20 Special Saturday only at 100 Specials in RUGS Tapestry RugsA splendid show ng of new and popular ef hfects sizes from 6x9 up to 113x12 feet in small figure and medal lion patterns will give excep tionally good wear Various sizes at special low prices rang EHdownRugsBeautifuldesigns highpile fabrics in rich lustrous colorings and any number of guaranteed Prices range from 2800 for the 9x12 sizes down as 1600low as 4 Body Brussels RuesFull patterns greens blues and many hand seme combinations No other store In the city offers such a value as this roomsize rug at our speclal price 11050 SweepersEveryone and sweep clean balllbearing machinery parquetry wood fin ished In oak walnut and mahog Spe-ciallL15pricedl Carpet Sweeper Rep lrsWecarry in stock all parts neces sary for repairing old sweepers n 61 I I ill at L iJ I III1IAI 1 1 EQOI II 10 II Q0 lImJ o Tax Notice o- ii tillTo the taxpayers of Breckinridge county UUIJ I will meet you at the following a placesii Irvington November 10th II IIcEE- o Webster November 12th U Clifton Mills November 15th 0- i Stephensport November 18th L Mooleyville November 21st j = n Frymire November 24th nunii Y Six per cent penalty is added Dec 1 1910 o S W BASSETT D SB C 1 01 tOL I II COG QO nu= We Do All Kinds of Job Printingfoo 10 r oil 411 I t fI t I f t r n ti t p L THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE 4oI- i JJii GENERAL OFFICES NW YORK AND CHICAGOt BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES rw l she Breckenridge News c I WEDNESDAY NOV21910 IrII i izruTE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I For Precinct and city OfficesS 200 For County Offices 600 + For State and District Onces1500j For Cans per llneI 10 For Cards per line101 rtI WFor All Publications in the interest I I i of individuals or expression V I of individual views per lIneI 10 l f1 t I if MSIiASy151AAik Iki1SiSlASlilSt2tAA lylyl I IIlocal LaconicsMSttS1- 71S17AA7A11SI11i1kit11 kt11 1i1S117AitStSl J 7Mrs Joe Fitch who has been quiteI S Ill is convalescent V Mr and Mrs John D Babbage went to Irvington Monday fnv aMissi Letitla Chapin arrived homeI N f from Chattanooga Sunday Mrs Wills and Mrs Joe Sawyer I spent Sunday in Hawesvllle 1rf Miss Francis Smith is visiting MissI v+ Eula Wathen in Bardstown I of CtiFresh oysters and celery receivedI x fiydany the English Kitchen f mWe serve oysters in any style on a KitchenJf short notlceEnglish i lp1 Word came from Pineville last week that George Reese has diptherltt t Piano certifcates given with every tcash purchase at Sippels Shoe Store If you dont care for the fine piano t yourself help some friend to get it j4 f Mr and Mrs H W Wendelken have returned from Corpus Christi Texas jfe 4 Mrs Marion Weatherholt and son IjySr F irest were in Louisville last week fca June Lawson of Lewisport was the guest of Miss Susette Sawyer Sunday ttp Mr and Mrs Frank Carter went to Webster Monday to stay until Thurs Ii dayPeople p r are buying their winter shoes now Get their certificates Conrad1 14 V Sippel j Billy Reid has been very sick at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs L T ReidtI If the best is not too load for you- II Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use Mrs Courtney Babbageof Louisville tlls the guest of her daughter Mrs Harvey Stone ly George W Sayles and E R Poat The Tar Springe Company are In the city for several days Mr and Mrs J E Weatherholt re turned to Owensboro Sunday after a visit to relatives here Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven left Tuesday morning for Texas for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Bonner V G Babbage will write your deeds contracts and mortgages and take legal acknowledgments to same I Enter your name on the piano con test and let your friends help you to get that fine piano at Sippels free Artis Adams returned to Louisville Monday morning after a stay with his grandmother Mrs Nancy Ferry at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Artis has been placed in the Masonic Home and School with his brother FredOur oysters are sealed shipped and always fresh We give solid measure and a good oyster English Kitch enPersons having pensions bounty and back pay to look after from the Government callon V G Babbage Atty for information Miss Margaret Harrington ofWash ington D C arrived Monday to be the guest of her sister Mrs Jess Weather holt for a few days Miss Flora Smith who spent the hummer here with her parents Mr and Mrs W I Smith returned last week to her home in Terre Haute Mrs James Cordrcy has jijst received a new line of the FranceAmerican Hy genic Toilet Requisites All friends are invited to inspect them Insure your property in the Jefferson Fire Insurance Company one of the oldest and most reliable in the United StatesV G Babbage Agent Mr and Mw C L Martin and child of Owensboro have moved here from Owensboro They have taken a flat In the Oelze home on Second street Mrs Frank Storms was hostess at a dinner given at her home Saturday The guests were Mrs J E Weather holt Mrs J P Keith and Mrs Marion WeatherholtThe of Mr John Corley why died at the home of his granddaughter Mrs Joe Hedding was held Ins week Mr Corley was one of the old est citizens of this place Mrs Mary Oelze left Monday with Mr and Mrs Harry Hills for Richmond where she will spend the winter Mrs Oeze will also visit her son Mr Walter Oelze and his family who are living in Cincinnati The Halloween Social given Monday night by the Epworth League was a glorious success Miss Severs Messrs Chas Fallon Harold Murray and Mar ion Denton are to be congratulated for the enjoyable evening Many unique Mother Goose costumes were in evi detce and the largest crowd that has ever attended a League entertainment was present Mrs and Mrs William Hall were host and hostess at their home at Webster last Tuesday at a fine dinner Such a meal was good enough for kings and queens The guests were Mr and Mrs Ruther Meador and Mrs Susan B Klose of Nickerson Kansas Mrs Jas Harrington and daughter Miss Lora of Custer Mrs Henry Pate and son Raymond Pate and John D Babbage of Cloverport fA specific for puttDr Thomas lc lectic Oil strongest cheapest liniment ever devised A household remedy it America for 25 year- sIIARDINSBURG Marriage licenses Wallace Brown 2n of Custer and Mary Schellie Dowell 22 of Garfield Walter C Mny 84 and Livi Davldol1 21 both of Ohio county C T Meador 46 and Mrs Minnie Chit wood 36 both of Iryington Roscoe Eskridge bus been awmlee the contract for putting a new tolderet roof on the Masonic Temple He begat the work monday Within the next montb several hundred dollars worth o furniture and fixtures will be installed CERTAIN RESULTS Many A Cloverport Citizen Knows How Sure They Are Nothing uncertain about the work of Doans Kidney Pills in Cloverport There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens Such avid ence should convince the most skeptical doubter Read the following state mentJ C Weatherholt nigh street Clo verport Ky saysITwo years ago I did nut think it possibllc that I could ever be well again in fact 1 had settled up my affairs I cannot hilly describe the misery I endured from pains through my back Whenever stooped the pains became so sharp that it real ly felt as if someone were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots floating before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from tailing My joints be came swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidlv until L was a mere skeleton The doctors medicines and the many guaranteed cures that 1 I tried did not help me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doans Kidney Pills I immediately procured a box at Fishers Drug Store and I was greatly surprised with the results re ceived Before I had taken the con tents of the second box there was a marked improvement and I continued using them until I was completely cured I am now well and I give Doan Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Kemeiiiber the name Doaus and take uo other making Ledge No 67 one of the most beautiful and well equipped in this part of the stale John Franklin Meador and family of Jrviiigton were near Harned Stturda and Sunday Mr and Mrs Allen S Edelen of Bur gin are here visiting relatives Hardie Hall has sold his farm of 167 acres near McQuudy to Ben and Hun Dejarnett for X5000 Miss loa Mattingly for three year connected with the Leader in typograph leal capacity has resigned her position and has gone to Louisville where sin will visit relatives from there she will vihit in Cincinnati Squire John OReilly was unable lo walk last week on account of being ac cidently struck with a big lump of coal while his coal house was being filled Kugene Sills is at home a few days from Louisville RULES FOR SPELLING CONTUS1 The Following rules have been form ed to govern the spelling contest for the county championship at Hardinsbur Friday night Nov litli The first prize of a 10 gold medal is donated by Herbert Beard The Vii in gold will be given by Supt Andrew Driskell Ten cents admission charged to all f 1ioneeds for benefit of County Higli l SchoolThe Modern pronouncing Speller wit be used Bit ono trial will he given l Capitals must be named wherevei I foumlTii the words I As each one misses will he be seated t The last one to be seated wins thi medal and next to the last wins thi goku g t iWiI + Y YrY T3T1JyT 7i + For Sale Horses Kleerwork anywhere and saddle S J Hrushcur Krjmlro Ky For Sale Rent or Trade Storehouse A storehouse on the turnpike halfway lie iwciin Olovurport and Hnrdlnsburjr ror sale rent or trade for land Jamus Jr Siihll OIourllortIyForI Large Red Jersey Boar FOIL s t rItA law red Jersey Our goo cdhlre Apply to Moravia Stock IurfiIlrautwnhug Iy For SaleGroceries and Confectioneries FUR tFIy ontlro stock of Uroccrle Confectioneries and stare room for rent C U Slppol Clovurport Ky For SaleMachinery FOtt rEnt airy low prices ono 10 horsepower Unar Scott Traction engine1 ono 17 horse ow r 1rlck Traction engine oni MrCormkk Corn Shroldur ono saw rig i one 10 liorsciKJwer SprltiRfluiU traction undine ono 40 horsepower Stationary online Ad IIrus or cull on IIiiwcsvlllo Huh and Mfg Co llawesvllle Ky For Sale Scholarship I Fait SALEScholnriblp In the nowlin University Rood In any do art BreckenridgoNatyCloverport For Sate Bank Stock FOlt SALE Six share First State Han Irvington Ky Fletcher Ulan ford Lebanon lf- yEyes Y lTested Frames Fitted Glasses Guaranteed Watches Clocks and i tRepairedt I Severs Drug CoII L J Mr John P Haswell Jr will pronoun ce the wards Three Judges will Ie appointed tc whom nil questions will be referred Their decisions will be final Profs Tanner of Cloverport Martin of Irwlngton and Norton of McDauieh have bt unasked to net as Judges Ben II Moredock was here fron Louisville last wetk to see his sister Mrs George Evans fohn Hendrick sold to John W Mille about 300 acres of land for 3500 F A Pate sold to John Hendrick I 200 acre track of land for 2000 Morris II Dearth has purchased UK Judith Miller property a 1 joining Denni Sueerana farm beyond the fair grounds An Epworth League was organized the MH church South Sunday even ingMrs Artiinissa Marshall has bou h Herbert Roberts dwelling for 859 ah will move to town December 1 1st If the best Is not too good for YOI Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour yo ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Ladies Big line of suits for you to lllnokiBluestrictly hand with guaranteed linings Prices from 750 to t LadiesReadytoWear line of for you to from 100 to 400 Ask to see They are all into and to date Shoes Do not forgot my line of shoes Ask to tho Work Shop Stronger than the low at 300 Bottei than you pay elsewhere 350 for Ask it and m BIG 15c SALE I IAHappy Jack HitIIIIncluded I1 in this sale be found Blue j and White Enamel J14 quart Dish Pan or a 1I m Water Pail or a Preserving Kettle or Hand W W J some Salad Bowl or a China Cake ij Imported Vase and many other useful pieces fl of China all of which we are selling at 15c MM m eachII This is by far the greatest 15c sale r i ever offered Sale Begins Wednesday Nov 2nd 1 J C NOLTE BRO t L CLOVERPORT KY IEI IIi1 R IEf I Half PriceIW7 IFor all young stock must be- n I I sold next 30 days including winI I ners at County Fair 1 I Barred Plymouth Rocks I Silver Laced Wyandottes II Single Comb White Leghorns l Single Comb Brown Leghorns I I Buff OrphingtonsIPrices nay and June Hatch cooler 50 riarch and April Hatch oar 100 lf- 1I Guarantee Satisfaction Will ship on approval I- 1 I SMART BROS Cloverport Ky III Louisville Harket Report e Nov 1 1010 Special WheatNo 2 Red and Lon lJcrry t 04 49iCCornNo 2 white jl- OatsNo2 mixed new Jl3 I Eggs Market steady case count 24 B candled 536- Poultryilens lower Iii roosters 1 7c young chickens 15j ducks 12c u turkeys 15c I Calves Receipts 2I 2 The market medium heavyhogs market fancy medium sheepdull I I Now is The Best Time to Buy Your Suit for Winter atnJIoIili I the stock is broken Kirschbaum allwool suits strictly hand tailored BEFORE 1250 2000 pay you goods before buy wide range other suits from 500 1250 It will your advantage see my large line clothing can please you quality and price Coat Suits ladies tailored 2000 Nice them from prices them styles stio will I I Louisville these take no other Mon Gun Metal at 300 350 and 400 lions patent leathers at 250 300 3 50 and 100 All these goods are solid leather andno cut oJ Vamps Big lino of Ladies Misses and Childrons shoos all tho new styles in Gun Metal Patent leather Kid Biggest line in Irvington to select from and at prices to suit nIl Ladies And Child rens CloaksBig line in nil colors from 250 to 1500 in Ladies and 150 to 750 Misses Childrons Boar Skins in all colors with caps to match Mens ShirtsCloutt Peabody Coat Shirts Allnice now goods Big line of patterns to fiom at 100 ruled slow shade lower the best 750 g JHOO some fancy higher 550 C 7r 0 common 250 550 Hogs Rec ipts 2708 The market lbs 8115 120 to 165 Ibs 855 pigs JSilO down roughs 775 down The pens were well cleared but the closed easy Sheep and Lambs Receipts 38 higher Market firm on prime fat lambs best 5 jo sac some higher and culls 5c down to 3c fat II t to it will to see you I a of to be to to of as I in fit coat select up for and for select Dress GoodsI- n all colors Mohair Serge und Panama at 50 cts a yard 42 inches wide Mens Hats All tho now styles at from 100 to 400 I am Agent for Th- oEdison Phonograph And records C mo in and hear tho now pieces and get my prices You will find anything in our stock Unit is kept in general firstclass store EdF Alexander Irvington Ky J C r Q- l n i b- r 0- a I 1 y = THE PERIOD ROOM I Unities Associated With Each i Style Should Be Preserved CHIPPENDALE A SAFE CHOICE Small Amount of Furniture In a Large Room Characteristic of Eighteenth Century Style Balance to Point of Stiffness the Aim Common sense collectors will bo wise to keep constantly before their eyes the possibility of gathering material for nu eighteenth century room Those who hove a house with many rooms and plenty of funds for furnishing may of course set their minds upon a Queen Anne roost a Chippendale room a Sheraton room a Ileppelwhlte room and an Adam roots and If they set their minds upon the working out of such differentiations In style and spend their money discreetly will In the course of n year or two possess u very charming house providing of cot rso Unit they keep ever before them the necessity for maintaining the unities associated with each style the details of wall and celling decorationThe Is that while one must draw a hard and fast line In regard to oak rigidly excluding front the oak room any piece of furniture that Is r- LlAiZiOAYY AHMIIIMU KIUIITKKNTII CKN- TUIIY not rattle f thatI wood or of sonic Viod hsivins the same characteristics and ttviiiiMl In the same spirit out ncfil in it ili so 111 respect of the grout nah cauy workers of the olghttuMita century Tinre Is no lack of harmony lietuorn liny of them Yl are welcome my musters all should be the motto of the collector In regard to till productions of Chippoii dale Sinniton nut the rest This Is because of tho unanimity of aim per vading all their dosigns Grace anJ nothing but grace was what thoy sought to encompass and this is the link that unites then all nod hives It singleness of character and unity of expression to their productions allow ing of their bolng placed side by side without the possibility of convoying any but tho most exquisite Impression to the most fastidious of connoisseurs The effect Is not decreased to an appre ciable extent even If a couple of Queen Anne chairs or a Georgian curlier nip IICIHH RIIIWKNDAbK MAHOGANY Anti OlIAlil board are brought Into the same room The chairs must not however be In laid certainly not In the Dutch stylo There In no scheme of furnishing that can be recommended to a begin uer so unreservedly as that of Ithe Chippendale period of tho eighteenth century till fact being that u few pieces are quite sutliclent to go on with A small mount of furniture In u largo roost seems to have been emi nontly characteristic of tho middle of the eighteenth century and assuredly if one is desirous of reproducing the effect of a room of tho period one should aim nt balance almost to a point of stllTnoss of arrangement and avoid tho least appearance of crowd lfij Dusting Apron Ono of the greatest household conveniences is a dusting apron or rath IIoran apron to wear on the days when are dusting and cleaning It can In untdn of dentin of a dark color with a long pocket for the feather duster another for tho dusting cloth and still another for a small whisk broom With these articles at hand you aro saved many a step to find the duster needed for different artlclea 1t 1X11 n AFTER SUFFERING ONE YEAR Cured by Lydia E Pink= I lamsVegetable Compound Milwaukee Wis Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has made mo a well woman and I would like to tell thowholeworld of it I suffered fromfemalotrouble and fearful painsin my back I ladthe best doctors and they all decided that I had a tumor in addition to my female trouble and advised an operation Lydia E oLl1nKIUlnlSme a well woman and I have no more backache I hope I can help others by tolling them what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has done fo- rmebliss EHMAIMSK 833 First St Milwaukee Wis The above is only one of tho thou sands of grateful letters which are constantly being received by the Pinkhara Medicine Company of Lynn Mass which prove beyond a doubt that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs actually does cure these obstinate dis vases of women after all other means lave failed and that every such suf sring woman owes it to herself to at least give Lydia E Pinkhams Vegeta le Compound a trial before submitting to an operation Or giving up 11Qpe of recovery Mrs Plnkunul of lynn Mass ttVitott till sick women to writo I itet rot advice She has guided housands to health and her ulvice is free LAMB ONCE A JOURNALIST I I At One Time He Was Actively En gaged oh the Staff of the London Post In connection with Lord Gloneaks recently published history of that old established London Journal the Morning Post It Is Interesting to recall the fact that at one tlmo Charles Lamb wan on its staff of contributors This gentle essayist wrote largely for a column headed Fashionable Intel ligence In those day as Lamb says every morning paper as an essential retainer to Its establishment kept unjj dnlhlnwas engaged on tho Post furthermore his contract stipulated that In tho chatI of the day scandal but above dross ho should supply six n day tint one of which paragruphsjj ceed seven lines In length and the payment for which was to be 12 cents eachIn his essay Newspapers Thirty Five Years Ago Lamb seems to have been rather pleased with the sticks of chat ho contributed to the press we now find that Dan Stuart his editor entertained a different opinion as to their value As for good Charles Lamb he said I never could make anything of his writings Of politics he knew nothing they were out of his line of reading mid thought and his drollery was vapid when given In short paragraphs fit for a newspaper GfoKdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA TRIUMPH WAS HIS AT LAST By Dying Salaried Man Was Able to Leave Wife Comfortably Provided For lie looked ahead with hope when he got 20 a week Some day ho thought I will draw 25 Then I will have 1 a week more to spend for my own pleasure My wife will have another with which to do as she pleases and we till save three That will be 15G a year not counting the Interest When he got 25 a week he thought- I will make myself so useful here that they will pay me twlco as much some time as they are paying mo now We will then save 15 a week and 1 will always have at least 5 In my pocket When he succeeded In inducing hem to pay him 50 a week ho often thought 0 If I could have an Income of 5 000 a year Then It would be possible for mo to have at least 3 a week for myself and we could save perhaps a thousand annually When the hair on his temples was white he had hecome so valuable to his employers that they paid him 5 000 a year and he often said to him selfIf I had 10000 a year I believe we could manage to save a little now aridI then and perhaps I could smuggle a dollar or two out to for my own pleasure spendjj But alas poor man Ho reached that happy state He mnn j aged hotlever to leave enough ht file I Lway of Insurance toenable his nftt- o l live In the style to which she hadII become accustomed Which was small triumph for a man on a and a wife whoso ambition salaryii keep a little ahead of her NOTICE Pleaie do not asK us to publish card I of thanks resolutions Or obituaries free HOW SHE GOT RID OF THEM Discouraged Visits Frm Her Nieces Children by Teaching Them Verses From the Bible What has become of those two children who limited you so often 7 asked one West side woman of anther The other smiled discreetly They are tho children of my nieceII and she was making a me Of course I love the children but If never allow myself to become much of a victim of Imposition My niece Is tin extremely gay young widow and she does not like to take care of her children She is fond of slopping matinees afternoon teas and every thing In short which takes her away from lone and she got Into a habit of sending her children over to my house forme to lake care of whenever she wished to gad about I decided It was time to break up the habit for her own good and that of the children as well as mine HO I did 1 suppose that made your niece angryOh no It couldnt 1 never said anything about It The last time the children came over I spent the after noon teaching them verses from the DIblo and they didnt fluid It sufficient Iy entertaining They never came back Just how they managed to work It out with their mother I do not know but I suppose they struck or begged off Of course she could not object to what I hail done and It proved a very simple solution Sensitive Miss 1assay Is furious with that society reporter Why sole published the announcement of her approaching wedding under the column headed Late Engagements Life 00o You Can Work Near a Window in winter when you have a Perfec tion Oil Heater It is a portable radiator which can be moved to any part of a room or to any room in a house When you have a SMOKELESS Absolutely smokeless and odorlea you do not have to work close to the stove which is usually far from the window You can work where you wish and be warm You can work on dull winter days in the full light near the window without being chilled to the bone I J The Perfection Uii Heater qUICKlY gives heat and with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine hours without smoke or smell An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font The filler cap put in like a cork ina bottle is attached by a chain This heater has a cool handle and a damper top The Perfection Oil Heater has an automaticlocking flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so the wick can be quickly cleaned The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed in an instant for rewicking The Perfection Oil Heater is finished in japan or nickel Is strong durable wellmade built for service and yet light and ornamental Dtatirt Bvtryuhtrt 11101 el yours urttt of dticriftbt ctmltr to the nearest aftney ef vas Standard Companylaaryorti W L G C D 01 r n t CII 1 f oIW t 44fi a = I II M I I tll I SUNDAY NOV16I9IO I I Dedication of the IIii New Catholic e I I 11 j i Church 1nI II YIMcQUADY K Iat10 a m I I ILectureI I Everybody Invited I I AI III 0A Yours truly I I I John F Kntie I l J I Jcc uoT 0uOO nO I Some Coal is Like Paper Ie I I I It catches fire quickly and burns up moreIquickly Resultthe minimum of acII tual heat Some coal is like rock it will II hardly catch fire at all I lOne Coal is The Happy Medium e I THATS OURS = It Burns Long and Brightly Result The Maximum of Heat p IJasLeviisla4 ItItTHE HAPPY MEDIUM Spoitsville or Babkett Coal And Youll be Satisfied rdlrEVERY FARMERA- swell as every business than should have a bank account WHY l BecauseYour money is safer in the bank thananywfiore else i your bills by cheek is the simplest and most convenient method n Your check becomes a voucher fortho debt it pays j It hives you a better standing with business men Motley in the bunk strengthens your credit fj i A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save Irr This bank does allthobookltcepmgI j Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with ah Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsbufg Trust Co Hardinsbur Ky 1 f n I t L 0 Ill H rI I it FILL ELIMINATES GRADE Macadam toad From Cortland is I Ithaca Nears ConpletlonV- Ai The above cut gives one an Idea of I I l the fast amount of work that has been accomplished at the Gulf bills J changing n steep crooked road to a I t straight macadamized highway with a y grade of about 7 per cent t Noty CS3 DrydcnCortland extending from Ythc Drydun village HUD In Totupklns county N Y to time Cortland county6 t line n distance of IS0 miles The t contract was let to J MeCormlck of Kiiut Providence It I The engineer J lug was In charge of A L Northrop i nsf + county It glnccrs on the work were LK Snyder 4ti rof Syracuse mid Harold Fox of Cairn rjoha1Jl i fThe Change of grade has been effect jj thejjI cuhertIr above the old road bed The culvert OULF lULL FILL j ffTHEof the fill is a hundred i n throat the feet across Iii making the till which is about ClOO feet In length 11000 1 yards of earth were moved I This is said by state road men to be the largest lob of fllllnc that has ever been ntteiniifiMl on n state road In New I York says the Dryden X YI ITer ad When the road was first surveyed the engineers planned a different roiile not seriouslyI coimldcrlng tile possibili tty of tlllltttime valley but after a later survey the hghway commlsslnii directed that this plait be used Those who have used the wild In the past will appreciate tilt ImnvC of grade av this was the only bad hill between Dryden nnd Cortland nail the nutomoilllst will make It on theI high without a bit of worry When this and the two sections of the Dry denIthaca youth are dune there will be a macadam road all the way frofn Cortland to Ithaca an important link In the system connecting central New York with the southern tier Time curves on this road are being banked which 1811 new ischeme In macadam construction The outer side of the curve Is raised ji little higher fhnn the Inner edge like n race truth The Need of Road Specialists After years of Investigation the of tire of public roads has come to timeI conclusion that the chief cause of bad roads In this country first extreme localization of road administration secondly the payment of rood taxes In labor and thirdly luck of skilled su pervision These are days of specialists We do not have our houses built by the doctor or call oil carpentev to treat us for pneumonia We think sohooltcach ers should be required to take exnm inations timid we approve of military and naval schools to teach military discipline We believe in the civil serv- Ice nnd competency for civil employ cog We require skill and experience In almost every line of human en deavor Vhy not then Insist tlmfotlr road taxes be expended under con petent supervision Maurice 0 ElI dridge Good Road Truths Good roads bear about the same re lation to the commerclal welfare of 8i country Unit a good circulation dons to the physical velfaro of the Indi vidual As long as there are bad roads hilly muddy and impassable there will be n certain and Inevitable de pression front a normal and healthy pnnuTiojvlnl toin The circulation kit 1 r r Review of Reviews and The Breckenridge News u cONEYEAR FOR 300 j 1 This is just the price of the magazine Send your subecription to THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky t r I0Yon Read The Blue Grass i f Farmer Edition of The ytLexington Herald This is the regular Monday morning news edition containing in addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news port loll nn to the forming interests of the Bine Grass section of Kentucky 1 00 JanuarySpecla Ratex 1912 to Q 1 00 I Moro than fourteen months of a good news uiu xuin paper II combined for the above small amount Order now mina get IT advantage of tho full time THE LEXINGTON HERALD LEXINGTON Incorporated KENTUCKY L i PURCNASlNGaVe FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only JzS The regular price is 5ioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us- a where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of y 125 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINOIPAL vt- Q BUSINESS COLLEGEIMDOarQMASD Second and Walnut Strtui LQu1SVILLfKY t = a- o t crops will ho retarded the cost of pv diction will bo InereiiHpd niul till fill vigor and potential power of the von nninlty will not be realised The truthI of tthese fuels hns become more tin 1 more generally accepted tthroughout the country nt large nuts millions or donuts are being spent In tbo nun c ment for good roads Selected Oft Imprisons Birds ItccniiBc the birds of Hirer forest II1 their feet entangled In the oiled RIll face of CJnle avenue and fall lcil1114- to automobile citizens of the saber mire going to try another plan i tlighting tltt+ dust evil says the riilintt Tribune Miter forest Is pmud of t feathery S ngsters and the slaiitrhtiT this sninmrr Is wild to have been cimr moons A dry componnd which It I said will draw moisture fruit the nlrI full keep the dust down will be used Must Educate People miring tin1 hnext few yenr the must enptiging topli and Iii most acute sit nations In the body politic mire to re suit from giiod roads and the attend mi transportation over tthem tnlessI IHi people are educated to an appreciation of them they cannot solve the epics tlons of the future Selected Gen Logan and Staff Just before the capture of Savan nah General Logan with two or thrpo of his staff entered the depot at Chi cago one fine morning to take a car east on his way to join his command The general being a short distance In advance of the others stepped up on the platform of a car and was about to enter It but was stopped by an Irishman with You will not be gain In there Why not sir says the general Bekase this Is a led dies caer and np gentlemenll be goln In there without a leddy Theres wan sate In that caer over there If yees want It t the same time pointing to it Yes I see there is one seat but what shall I do with my start Oh bother your start was the petulant reply Go you and take the sate and stick your start out of the windy I have ben somewhat costive but UoanV Regulets gave just the result desired They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly George K Krause 106 Walnut Ave Altoona IM THE WHITEWASH Its Presence on the Hudson Bay Com panys Boat Explained- It Is or was a rule of the Hifdson Buy company that no woman be al lowed passage on Its boats One day some years ajjo as a steamer of the company neared one of the northern most ports n string of white garments was seen stretched across the deck Time watchers were amazed for to them the wash line suggested only the presence of n woman aboard the boat Comment was freely made of the scandal that would ensue and the shakeup that would follow When the boat docked the line of washing had disappeared still another proof of the scandalLater one of the landsmen sold to iUse captain Why how did It happen that you carried a woman passenger this trip There Will never a woman along the whole voyage was the Indignant answer What till yon imam If there was no vnniiin aboard when did nil tim wlillo u nh rome from ttis tin trliiitiplinni reply The 41111 III HliUnl pirxled fur n moment ami Mien lie Jnuulid- Oh h hr nid mind illdui we have Lord StralliViniii tin encrnr himself along with us on ihH trip Ami every day die ur lip IIISKI mi lint tin his clean whin 411111t no hull lei imw far north we iiriV Thais tip alit vnsli you saw sirniiu iiiiisK drh And whats more dmsn i III innNhlp III list uHiii liiivtiia lisI liiiid n paper Ipld beside Ills piiii ivirv muniiim no matter 111 If n yeai lIelIIIIIS A MASTER OF rMETAPHOR It Must Have Relieved Him to Get This Out of His System t A water consumer In u certain city whose supply hind been turned off be cause be wouldnt pay wrote to the department as follows In the matter of shutting oft the water on unpaid bills your company Is fast becoming a regular crystallized Russian bureaucracy running in a groove and deaf to the appeals of re form There Is no use of your trying to Impugn the verity of this Indict ment by shaking your official heads In the teeth of your own deeds If you will persist In this kind of thing a widespread conflagration of the populace will be so Imminent thin It will require only n spark to let loose the dogs of war in our midst Will you persist In hurling the cornerstone of our personal liberty to your wolfish hounds of collectors thirsting for Its blood If you persist the first timing you know you will have time chariot of a justly Indignant revolution roll- Ing along In our midst and gnashing Itt teeth as It rolls If your rascally collectors are per mitted to continue coming to our doors with unblushing footsteps with cloaks of hypocritical compunction In their mouths and compel payment from your patrons this policy will result In cutting the wool off the sheep that lays the golden egg until you have pumped It dry and then farewell along farewell to our vaunted pros perltyEverybodys Never quitwhen failure stares you in Ire face A little more energy often hanges a failure Into a great success C Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since E 9- fiakkeCARDUI The Womans Tonic I Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells itI i lib i 10 LmI rruitI To obtain Hn must benefit from the succulent fruits they should be oaten nt the end of time chief meal Uannnns nre an exception nnd may be eaten with any meal They are very ac ceptable cut In thin sllcoi and eaten with bread mind butter Stewed fruits often have their virtues wasted through being eaten at the wrong tithe Six or eight stewed prunes half an hour before breakfast are beneficial so are KtrvTJ tits or stewed apples eaten before breakfastI Peeled or anges cut Into thin slices so that the Juice Is set tree with sugar strewn over the slices mire not unlike pine apple and form a highly efllcaclous aid to digestion drapes should never be eaten except utter the chief meal of the day Taken when the stomach Is comparatively empty they nre u spe idly harmful fruit Family Doctor Ruler of Russias Title The general allusion to the ruler of Kussla as the czar Is strictly speaking Incorrect Ills oflklnl title Is emperor pad autocrat Czar Is the old thus shin word for lord or prluco and was nbandoned by Peter the Great on his triumphalI return from Poltava Ills crowning victory over Charles XII of Sweden Since then the Russian man arch has been ofllclnlly entitled emperor and at the congress of Vienna In ISlTi his right to the imperial term was admitted by the powers with the proviso that though he was emperor he had no precedence over the kings of western lIropeSt James a rette The Modern Idea Roman Guide Impressively Tin ruins of the Coliseum Seattle Man astonished Well what do you think of that Why I saw photographs of that heap twenty years ago Roman Guide loftllyiQnlto likely sir Seat tie Man But why In thunder arent those ruins cleared away and a mod ern Coliseum erectedNew Orleans Picayune Unless Townsend Cou a man live on 1 II day BeersCertalnly unless hes 1111 prodigal as to lay something aside fur n rainy day keep up his Insurance PHI when hes hungry buy clothes ni pay his bills Chicago News FlightfWould you take 10000 to fly from Albany to New York Why nQn Our cashier took mi 1000 to fly to Kurope Malays Rich In Tin AboUt Ii per rent of Ithe tin ten IUmed In the world Is produced In Ithe jlalny States Last years exports were worth 405fi71ttr KANSAS CITY OPERATES FARM City Prisoners Prefer Agriculture to Rock Pile Kansas City Is successfully operat ing a municipal farm with city pris oners These prisoners used to cost the city 220 a year at time workhouse They nre now earning an average profit of 120 u year nt the city farm What Is more Important the farm us a reformatory Influence Is showing vastly better results than tho workhouse ever showed There Is sldom an effort to escape The guards are few In number Farm work Is not so monotonous as breaking rock and the human derelict takes more kindly to It Time city Is growing fruit and corn and garden truck and there Is variety of employment Incidental to the raising of agricul tural products there Is live stock to bo tnkQn care of there are teams to bo driven roads to be built fences and buildings to bo repaired In fact It Is not n hard matter to find some sort of labpr which is adapted to the In dividual prisoner The city sells the productst of the farm and also makes use oi a cbnsid erable portion In feeding the hands a u- J Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Aluy 1 1910 147145 I i 141 140 142 144 I I4tt Dilly Dally JIII I I Dally STATIONS Dally II Daily Dally Duly U ilptu4 40pmn 40am LvLOUISVILLB Ar t Nadi l MP T4OpwvIN M STKAWBKIUCV m JH lIU1 Id 3II f5 OJ t9 09 AlKDOKASTITKS 10 42 f2 13 OS- ffl511 to II 30 12 07 IIi 02 f5 ITICilH1n N112011001 1 n j 11Mjf5 31 030 BAHTLKS fll 60 fli 41ii rs 37 III 34 ROCIC IIA1r N1145 Ini 41 t513 tll 40 LUNO ItA IIltll37 iIIi 04 10Il i i 601 tit 01 OUsTUN a IS tu 11 ti 01- f1043 oIdI f f0 3U- ft t1U7 LUOHIUltU riO 48 la HI t Jl- IIli6i MVSTiO JI1041 HO 3T SAMPLE 10 37 rb o- 858 IU Hn STBIMIKNSroitT 1021it 14 tree q0 49 ADDISUN flO tti 1510 tr 04 no 601 HOLT i101 IU I 15 us II a mill MI i 7 15 11 00 15SIIUIyl ft 12Ii tT 2 SKIUMAN 053 HOi ra Iii 45 Tn 11 tB HA WESV1UE 4 3S U 43 4 30 7 53 t14jtII31t07Juf72U1 711t7miTOIfT 13 1235im tlSSSn f641tTt631iatIif621tjt112i758 101tU18 OiII555pm 30IiIIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisUlan sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from oast of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class IsL Class 1st Class Second ClausI 9 7 113 112 8 10 I smSTATIONS MixedRallyeaSundayI 1 1 l 1110pmf6f700 555 sl35 Oarfield s038s257 1030 720 607 flMO liarnedf9 23 f237 1015 5723 012sil4th Junctions9 22s225S7 31 610 lls4Hm ardinsburgsl17 J 10 C 1010f7501757 045 Half McQuadyi8 fO fl 20 954 sS to ti 59 S1U27- 70S llendeane s84is100IS10 S12J16 Dempsters8 36 s2 45 9 43 1824 713 f240 Rockvalef8 83 s2 40 936 931S1842 730 f12JO Oaksf81s f1213 D23 915Su 9u nu 1 z0 HARLINflTON c 45 0Qi EASTUOUIIIII I SecondClass2SThis Tlmo Tablo wontJI 27 lutoelTuJt Sunday Juno 21 26 J2 Mixed Passenger Passenger lit IDIO tit ll5 p tu Passenger Passenger Mixed MUllllayWll1nO i vrd y IrldyUlily7gpi ti I mII I I i i I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy u farm or business i If you do you wily find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking fore recommend the following properties ay being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business ill you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales JnoDBabbage 950 07 uresn milts north of Kurd Inburgt near tho Brandenburg road Wuli watered plenty of timber for Improvements nuublu Log house small stable nood rich land line for H rloy tofurther Informa Non wrlteJnoIliabbuguI Cloverport Ky 3300HO acres 2 miles from Gmton 4 miles from Irvington well watered lays well good young orclard good yurdsIrodwelling with klichim on buck porch two b rn und tcnon housetorn brick In the field uiout mind lien wood shed will sellon easy payments plenty of sm ill fruit Further particulars address Jno D IliibbuRu Cloverl ort Ky CO OHO Vor 160 acres tour mlleswestof Fa Pendouno 3 miles Jrom brunch cultivationcorn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lusting water wall tit door of dwell lag log dwelling 2 rooms und side room good stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price iOOO H cash- FOR SALfoA term contnlnln BCrOsand under fence A nice cottage ct are 151 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with a store room over It two goof stock barns I one tunln6 house about 600 apple und peach trees also pears Quinces und apricots most alt kinds of small fruits Including u nlc rlnyurd of choicest grapes SCO acres cleared balance In woods l5 acroi In grass sever i groves of black locust sufllclont for posts U wire the whole farm In It lies near Gkroc on L II k St L It U price Is J5000 or long and easy payments POU SALEA splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded by goodprosperous farmers rids Is lust the place for some young physician to strop Into a good practlcn and a good drug huslnes An old ostabllsbephysican wants to rutire Is the reason for selling For further partic ulars address JNO D DAHIiAOU Olovnr port Kv HAVE you ever tried to sell your old clothes The only way you can soil them is to talk about them show them and keep after tho person until you got tho money in your pocketbook Its the same way with everything else you have to talk about it before you can sell itund the best way to be heard is through the home paper Put an ad in the want column at Ic a word an ad in the locals at lOc a line and you will sell that old stove that baby buggy or gasoline on i gino This can be done through THEBRECKENRIDG E NEWS II it u 1 I I III 0 tt- t 1 I I yo il I Another Big Lot Sale at Irvington Wednesday Nov 16 Bandy Court will be Auctioned to Homeseekers Great Day for the flourishing little city Interesting program Brass Band Cash Prizes and Free Lot will be Given Away Ii WHY YOU WANT TO LIVE IN BANDY COURT It is one square from the Post office lPassengerl h I PAYMENTS THighest Bidder 1Stop paying rentborrow money a lot and builda home PutII your money on your instead of putting it in a Hole y For Particulars and write to l J MOREMEN AKERS Irvin ton Ky Uae assestmata is meassA f I IDEPARTMENTII 8 Misses Mabel Bandy Alton St Clare and May Bandy have returned to their home near Webster after spending the week end with Miss Esther Payne in Stephensport- Mr and Mrs Fletcher Blanford of Lebanon Kyot who have been the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Chas Blanford at their country home near Bewlcjville left Saturday for homeMrs Jake Sipes and daughter Mrs Emmett Jordan have returned from Hale Mo where they visited rela tives The Burley Tobacco Society have begun shipping out their JUOg pooled tobacco from the warehouse at this place By the middle of this week the warehouse will be cleaned up and all the tobacco will be sold Miss Mary Wrather of Chicago arrive this week to be the guest aunt Miss Ellen Munford untill the wedding of Miss EvelynI and Mr John Waller which 6willbeen announced for November 10 11ss Jessie Brady has returned from where she had spent sev days as the guest of Miss Eva GainesWork is progressing rapidly on the four new cottages being built in Col lege Addition There is a large force at work pushing them to completion Miss Nannie J Wathen left the first of the week for Louisville Miss Blanch Jolly returned Saturday from Frankfort where she attended the meeting of the Eastern Star Mrs Fred Sadenwater left last week for Mattoon 111 to be the guest relatives there The Rev L K May held services the Presbyterian church Sunday preaching In the morning and Rev E Adair in the evening Bishop ODonogue will admlniste confirmation at the Holy Guard ng Angell church on November 7 Mr and Mrs WorlanuuI Carter anr1 children will return today from a fey days visit to relatives in Cloverport Born to the wife of Lawrenci Speaks October 25 a fine girl Mrs Kate Bennett returned Satur p CTii w sasssaI day from Owensboro where she has been for several months with herI mother Mrs Llzie Lewis Some grading is being done on Caro line street opposite the mill Better made streets can not be found in any townMiss Iva Mudd who has been here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd left Saturday for Louisville where she will spend the winter Miss Evelyn Herndon who has been the guest of Miss May Tydings in Louisville for n month returned Sat urday Miss Herndon was extensively entertained during her visit to Miss ridings She gave a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Herndon on last Monday afternoon from 4 to UJ oclockMr and NIrs Jabo Haynes and Mrs Nanny Severs of Union Star are spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Chas Hook Mrs Tom Burner of Lonlsville who has been spending the past week with Mrs Bottle Roberts left Sunday for Custer for a visit to relatives Mrs A1 Adkins and Mrs J D Ashcraft were in Louisville two day last week shopping Miss Willie Hilf after spending the summer at Basin Springs as the guest of hea sister Mrs John Nevitt lef Saturday for Paris Texas Mrs T R Blythe and children have returned from a ten days visit to her daughter Mrs Alvin Withers near Kirk Mrs Allle Claycomb returns homo after a short visit to Louisville ofMr C L Chamberlain has gone toi Houston Texas to spend the winter atDir Dock Chapin who has been illI biaplB+ e Avenue was taken to St Joseph Infirmary last Saturday by Dr L B Moremen A B Suter of Highland Park f spent Sunday here Mrs E S McAfee and Mrs Dock Chapin spent Monday in Louisville shopping e Mr and Mrs Walker Brown and baby returned to Lewlsport Frida after a weeks stay here with biz e i L Luther Wilson Mrs Sallie Durbin returned to her home in Big Spring Sunday after being the guest Of her sister Mrs Mary JarrttMiss Claire Jolly was the hostess Monday evening at an enjoyable af fair given to her young friends v Mrs Perry Weaver and son after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington left for Louis ville Saturday Mr Brabandt photographer has changed his dates at Irvington He will be there Nov 3 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 The meeting of the Mandolin Club coming just a few days before October 31 was entertained by Mrs Louis 11 Jolly in the College building Friday night The usual cards of invitation had been abandoned and Halloween ones representing the pumpkin and having a variety of clever little versus written thereon were substituted by the hostess The guests were first iu vited Into the spacious chapelroom where the first part of the program was carried out The walls were profusely decorated with cornstalks aud a variety of colored autumn leaves ackplauterns grinned and frowned in every conceivable place and the res citals one succeeding the other Games and contests of various kinds were given and prizes awarded the contsisting of sandwiches pumpkin pie cider and all kinds of fruits nuts etc were served The guests for the eve ning included about twentyfive Misses Alberta Drury and Fannie Hardaway and Messrs Walter Har rison and Robert Lyons were members of a house party given at the home of Mr and Mrs Dave Moorman In Gleni deane from Saturday until Monday Miss Hazel Richardson has returned to Brandenburg after a visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs D W HenryThe following invitation has beer sent to friends at a distance but Miss Herndon is not sending Invitations o everybodyi would be impossible to remember beJ host of friendsl ver hae Mr and Mrs James Bate Herndon give in marriage their daughter Evelyn Brashearto John Trice Waller on the morning of November sixteenth one thousand nine hundred and ten r at ten oclock l First Baptist Church Irvington Kentucky Your presence is requested Mrs L B Moremen has issued invitations to a shower Friday afternoon from four to six oclockAda WathenDrurythe house party at Mr Dave Moor mans home at Glendeane If the best is not too good for you Lcwisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use PROCEEDINGS Of Regular Term of the Breck enridge County Fiscal Court yield at Court House Tuesday October 41910 At a regular term of the Brecken ridge Fiscal Court began and held in the Court House in Hardlnsburg Ky in and for said county on Tuesday October 4 1010 Present lion L L Waggoner Judge of Breckenridge county and the fol lowing named Justices of the Peace towit G A Wright 1st Geo Har ris 2nd Sam DIx 3rd Sam Slaughter 14th and B A WhittinghiU Oth Order that check for ass drawn by NoUn Ashley for Glendeane rock iron and wood bridge be turned over to commissioner and receiver Nick Mercer one sheep killed 6 00 Edward Howard appraiser in Mercer sheep claim 50 Frank Mercer appraiser in Mer cer sheep claim 50 MerL noII F R Powell one sheep killed 8 00 DowJ7 50 Tom Vertrees appraiser inDow ell sheep claim 50 Sam Slaughter Justice in Dow ill heep claim 50 Tom ElderG lCp killed 12 hu EASY Ls wm the I bty debt Sink Information miscellaneous rjIAjwMwH J GORSUCH IICOLGeneral Auctioneer Ilrvil1gton Kentucky to cry your sale no matter where or what kind None none too small to receive careful attention I work for IIWant from the day I book your sale Write or phone me for early guaranteed dates 15 years experience Terms reason Ijured 45 00 Wm Jarboe appraiser in derma sheep clalmu j50 Mack Walls appraiser in Elder sheenclaim i50 G A Wright justice In Elder sheep claim j50 W G Bandy 2 sheep killed 8 00 N B Netherton appraiser n Bandy sheep claim 50 Robert Bell appraiser in Bandy sheep claim 50 John N Akers Justice in Bandy 50JohnSteve Bryant appraiser in Akers sheep claimuu 50 A Schindler appraiser in Akers sheepclalmu 50 John N Akers Justice Iin Akers sheep clalmu 50 Eli H Dean and Son 5 sheep killed J 35 00 Aaron Evans appraiser in Dean Son sheep claimu 60 William Snathers appraiser in Dean Son sheep claim 50 G A Wright Justice in Dean Son sheep claim 50 A M Squires 1 sheep killed 0 00 Wm Hendrick appraiser in Squires sheep clalmu 60 Proct Roberts appraiser in Squires sheep claim sQ Q A Wright Justice in Squires sheep claim 50 W R Moorman 5 sheep killed 30 00 J L Limer appraiser in Moor man sheep claim sC- Niley Smith appraiser in Moor 50Frankman sheep clalmu 50 Pay ton Eskridge 3 sheep killed orie Injured 18 00 II P Ballman appraiser in Esk I ridge sheep claiUluu 50 Wm ORiley appraiser in Esk I ridge sheep claim 50a George Harris Justice in Esk R ridge sheep claim 60 JT Skillman 1 sheep killed 3 injured 12 00 1 Eli Robbins appraiser in Skill I man sheep claim 50 H D JDowell appraiser in Rob bins sheep claim 50 Sam Dix Justice in Robbins I 1y 5JEdamagedJu 10 00 Continued next wee- kBEWLEYVILLE t I J AM Jordan and sister Parthena0 spenta few days last week with their sister Mrs Benuchamp of Sample t George Hicks Anderson and wifeof t Guston were guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Stith ThursdayIMrs G P Paul of Guston is visit- Ing b her daughter Mrs Owen Kasey brotherEdgar w Drury and Walter Harrison and Wathen Drury made a week end party that visited at the home of Hon DC Moor man of Glen Dean Mrs Georgia Shelley of Louisyiileis visiting her sister Mrs Alonzo Ben nett If the best is not too good for youkLewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use 0Jg I Advertisingis the Kt i noteof success rT tI f 0 1 v