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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w L o u 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS CHATS FIT TO PRINT I a VOL XXXV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1910 8 Panes NO 18 BIG TOBACCO DEAL Green River Association Sells 20 1 000000 Pounds Brings 9 6 and 3 I 0 t Owensboro Ky Nov 2One of the largest tobacco deals ever consum mated in Western Kentucky was closed J JJ today in Owensboro when the Green f River Tobacco Growers Association disposed of practically 20000000 pounds of dark tobacco ranging in prices of from 9 to 0 for leaf and 4lUllS and 3 for all trash l The purchase will amount to about 1275000 and has been pending for 0 some time A meeting has been called of the growers for November 12 at which time tne action af the board of control will be ratified or rejected If it is ratified the deliveries of the weed t will begin on November 15 The board of control is of the opinion that the price this year is an improvement over f last years figures The purchasers are the American Tobacco Company r t Imperial Tobacco Company James Hodge Richard OFlynn S T Burns and the Gallaher limited 1 The American Tobacco Company is 3 L the largest purchaser It ts to receive nearly 10000000 pounds Daviess f county is credited with having 10000 000 pounds pledged in the pool Ohio county 2000000 pounds McLean coun ty 4500000 pounds Hancock county 1250000 pounds The Daviess county Burley growers today also closed a deal with the Amer can Tobacco Company for the sale of 2000000 pounds of Burley at a price of 14 for leaf and lugs and tR7 for trash The district meeting of the Ameri can Society of Equity was In session behind closed doors in Owensboro this afternoon The Equity Society some time ago fixed the top price for leaf at 10 but it is thought that a meeting of the growers will be called at an early date and they will recede from the former action The Home Ware house Company of Daviess county and the A S of E control 9000000 pounds of tobacco and it is believed they will t close a dell within the next few days HARDINSBURG W B Gardner of Chenault was in town Saturday on businese Squire McCamish has sold his livery stable to Scott Proctor of Leitchfield for 3000 possession to be given November 15 Mr Proctor it is said will not move to Hardinsburg but will employ some one to run the business for him Mr McCamish will not leave Hardinsburg Jess Walls was here from Stephens i port Saturday and Sunday Miss Judith Walls has typhoid fe yer Mr and Mrs Allen Edelen returned r to Burgen last week after a visit of several days to relatives and friends County Attorney Jesse Eskridge has moved into his residence on Fourth street recently purchased of Frank DeHaven Supt Andrew Driskell was in Clo averport Saturday conducting a tach J ers association for the colored teach countyinoLum Davis has opened a meat shop in the Dennie Sheeran prpperty on Court Square He has an Owensboro II butcher in charge ttMrs Duvall returned last week from Milton where she had been visiting her mother Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe were in Louisville a few days last week The M E Church has completed papering carpeting and Installing a i new light plant thus rendering theirs 1abeautiful place of worship If the best is not too good for you 18 Lawjsport Best lour is tho flour you tf ought to use Sold by J H Gardner c Marriage license was issued to Mal I calm Robertson of Lodiburg and Y Vanda H Frymire of Frymire s Everitt D Frank and Miss LUll Bur I dett both ofc Haltingly were married 1 If at the Ahl House Monday afternoon the Rev M L Dyer officiating Wesley Chapel for thirty years a preaching place in the Arms neighborhood in the Dorretts creek section c POLITICAL DEBT Paid by Senator Bradley Who Hired Democratic Solon Who Voted For Him Lexington Ky Nov 3When UnitedStates Senator Bradley returns to Washington for the opening of Con gross he will be accompanied by Cole W Lillard of Danville Ky who will become Bradleys private secretary Lillard was one of the four Democrats In the Legislature who voted for Brad ley some five or six miles from Hardins burg burned early Monday morning Rev J H Lennon has been preaching there regularly for two years The Hon John P Haswell has returned from a business trip to Gin cinnatiCharley Deane of Glen Dean was In town Saturday Hon D C Moorman and son DC Jr of Glen Dean passed through town Saturday en route to Frankfort Robt A Smith was the guest of his daughter Mrs Orrin Hardln Glover port Sunday and Monday- S A Pate of Hopkinsvtlle W S Ball of Frankfort and Franklin Kin cheloe of Louisville arrived last week to stay until after the election Mrs Roland Smith of Btephensport was the guest of Mrs Will Lennoi several days last week Miss Clara Heston is visiting fin Louisville What A Famous Editor Says The editor ot the TaylorTrot woo Magazine wrote to oue of his friends these words You ask me to notify yo u if I saw an opportunity for a safe mvesl ment I have it for you I never kne w until now what a goof opportunity tot a money making investment this maga zinc afforded You ask me to lit you in on the ground floor and I am doing soThis same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stockholder and s Life Subscriber to the TaylorTrotwoo Magazine One share of stock pe value 1000 and a perpetual subscrip tioii to the magazine both for 10 Let us have your order now Thi opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing COI Nashville Tenn Commissioners Sale Breckenridge Circuit Court Ken tuckyOloverport Real Estate and Improve ment Co Plaintiff Against Widow and Heirs of J E Keys Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court rendered at October term thereof 1010 in the above cause for the sun of 200 with interestfrom November 1 1UJ5 until paid and also the furtherr sum 013878 with interest from No vember 19 1003 until paid subject to the following credits Sept 10 1908 145 Nov 10 1908 4 Dec 10 1908 4 June 16 IflOg 1 li Feb16l1909 IMarch 15 1909 4i Abril 15 1900 14 May 15 1109 4 and all costs herein I shall proceed to otTer for sale at the Hardlnsbuririotheon Monday the 28th day of November 1010 at one oclock p m or there about being County Court day upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towlt Lot No 40 In Brecklnrldgo Addition to the City of Cloverport Ky having a frontage of 64 feet on front or First paralleloblong square 01 by 10s feet bounded on the North by Front and First street on the East by lot No 30 on the South by an alley and on the West by lot No 41 being a part of the convey ance to the grantors hereof by Ernest t A Read and Jane Read his wife 1 John Wm Brigstock and Emma Ma Brigstoclt his wife by deed dated l4tl day of July 1905 Recorded In deed book No 56 page 440 Brecklnridg County Clerks office Said property not heing susceptible of division the same to he sold as a whole The purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal Intesest from the day of salt until paid and having the force am effect of a judgment Lein retained ti moneyBiddorspromptly with these terms Approximated debt interest ant cost 406 03 LEE WALLS Commissioner J The Biggest Man In Kentucky I Our Next Congressman and text Governor II A Clean SweepI For the Democrats Breckenridge County New York New Jersey Con necticul Ohio Indiana Massachusetts All in the Democratic Line SHERLEY AND MILLER WIN IN LOUISVILLE I c Its It political revolution Nothing like it since tho famous ti dilli wave of 1882 Tho greatest runner of them all was Bon Johnson who carried every county in his district Ho has upset all pre cedents Judge Settle wins by a handsome majority carrying twelve of I tho sixteen countiesin the second appellate district and with a plu rality of 3482 over Judge Dean with only Meade county missing Judge Warner E Settle is elected to succeed himself as Appellate Judge from this district a Miss Jackson Enters i Piano Contest thevand is very anxious for the Instrument 1 She will appreciate the interest of all her friends and solicits their certifi catesI Take Notice All City and School Taxes must be paid before December 1 1010 Re member that date will add the penalty and cost Call at tke olllce in the rear of the Cloverport Bank and get your I SrI IRVINGTON Mr Jno Wimp who has been spend ing two weeks with her sister Mrs Bailey Wallernt her home In Hopkins ville returned home Tuesday Mrs Jabe Haynes and sister Mrs Fanny Severs left Saturday for Union Star after being the guests of Mrs Haynes daughter Mrs Chas Hook Mrs J M Herndon and little man Fairleigh have returned to Branden burg this week from a brief visit to Dr and Mrs S P Parks Franklin Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was the guest of friends in town Mon day Irvington friends have received an nouncement of the marriage of Miss Emma Williams and Mr Hubert Rob ertson of Henderson The wedding will take place about the middle of December Miss Williams has visited here for several summers and she is a- very charming and talented young ladyMr and Mrs Urcy Warmoth of Lou isville who have beets here on their wedding trip as the guests of Mr and Mrs Lon Dowell left for their home last week Miss Mary Bewley who has been malting her home in Tulsa Okla ar rived last week to be the guest of rela tives and old friends She visited Mrs Mary W Munford on Tuesday Mrs Taylor Dowell and daughter Mrs Chas Hawes who have been spend ing the past week in Owensboro as the- guestsof Mr and Mrs Jno Jamerson have returned Dr and Mrs L B Moremen were called to Brandenburg last Friday to the bedside of the Drs mother who is very ill- Miss Reba Lewis of Fordsville will arrive shortly for a visit to Miss Nellie SmithMr Dick Skillman was the guest of Mr and Mrs FH McGehee last week Miss Mary Sherrel who has been the guest of relatives at Har more Okln for the past few months arrived Friday for a short visit to her aunt Mrs B S Wilson near Bewleyyille before re turning to her home in Greensburg Kv Mrs O F Brite and sister Miss Susie Brady are in Louisville shopping for a few days Misses Eva and Edith Plank of Clo verport were the guests of Miss Claire Jolly Monday Haynes Trent was in Loulsvills last week on a business trip Miss Fanny Board and Mr Dale Smith and Miss Lillian Stith and Mr t Willie Young all of Guston went to Louisville Wednesday and were quietly married in the parlors of the Willar Hotel at 4 oclock The Rev White officiating They left that evening for Moline Ill wnere they will make their homeMrs A D Pulliam has gone to Cincinnati to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs B F Marshall Buddie Simmons of Louisville was the guest of relatives in town Sunday The Miscellaneous Shower which was to have been given by Mrs LB More men un Friday afternoon for Miss Eve lyn Herndon was called off on account of the serious illness of Mrs Moremen in BrandenburgMrs Wimp came down from Brandenburg last week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs John R Wimp Mr and Mrs J S Love of Nash ville Tennessee are here to spend the winter and are with Mr and Mrs Matt Payne at their home on Walnut Ave Mrs LaRue Cox went to Louisville Wednesday to attend the wedding of her brother Mr Dale Smith and Miss Fanny Board A Variety Shower was given at the home of the Misses McGlothlan on Tuesday afternoon by the Shirt Waist Girls in honor of Miss Evelyn Herndon The Misses McGlothlan were assisted in receiving by Misses Willa Drury Claire Jolly and Nellie Smith The house was beautifully decorated with palms autumn leaves and chrysanthemuns The punch tables were presided over by Misses Claire Jolly and Nellie Smith despensing hos pitably the delightful nectar to the happy throng Miss Herndon occupied a central position and over her were suspended three large hoops on which This is theirn chief requisite for making Perfect B u DayFoods ROYAL Baking PowderfflJ Absolutely PureJ JM H BakingPowder y from Royal Grape TartarI i Jr grapes j No Alum aEm No Lime Phosphate I were tied the gifts At the appointed hour the hoops fill enclosing Miss Herndon and showering her with the many packages wrapped in white paper and tied with ribbon With music songs and laughter the after noon passed swiftly until the guests left wishing Miss Herndon much happiness for her future Fifty guests were pre sent West Point Gas Co Assigns The West Point Gas Water Co of West Point Ky has made an assign ment of its property to the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Assets about 7500 liabilities 0000 Ben T Millers Administrator The Bank Of Hardinsburg Trust Co has been Appointed by the County Court administrator of the estate of Ben T Miller lately deceased Moves to Hawesville II Dr J T Baker formerly of liar dinsburg and well known in this and adjoining counties has gone to Hawes ville to live ld 11ThehardISOI burg Pharmacy wildthesaveDruouStoreMonethat 4 or 1 n t t l t 9 u lD e J1L i r x DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens OflIce Mllu Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p m j Cloverport Ky A Picture o- fFather and Motherj How ft would delight your children how it vouldjpleuse your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverp rt Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday r For SaleI Tax receipts 1910 model guaranteed to last 12 months Prices range from 150 to several hundred dollars Call in and get one 4 RIOt Perkins DS t 4I NEW jjjjj- jII f fff M i m mNev Rigs 1 New Horses I f New Stable t- hI I fif m i If you have any riding or m driving to do or if you want m Feed of any kindwe can furnish you I We will handle Ice also I IKft11- i I be appreciated jWj Stephensport Ky + z Trained Minds are in demand by business men The Spencerian course in Book keeping Shorthand and Accounting has been the means by which I12000 graduates are holding re sponsible positions Hundreds are earning over 5000 a year We will head full details regarding rates and course to young men and women who will write us Spciiccriati Commercial School Union National Want liullding otli and Main Sts lOUISVILLB KY OVER 66 YEAR- SEXPRIENCE IA TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cle Anrono deriding n sketch and description may cartnln our opinion free whether anInvention Is prohnblr pittonlnhlo CommunlcA tlonsxtrlctljTontidonUal HANDBOOK on Patent patentsIlttentitteclal notice without ctmnre In the Scientific American A elrIatlonTMirt tour months fI HoiaUrull newsdealer YorkUranch Brldo Was Deaf At a marriage service performed Bomo time ago in a little country f church In Berkshire when tho minis ter said in solemn tone Wilt thou have this man to be thy wedded hus band 7 Instead or Uio woman nn swering for herself a gruff mans voice answered 01 will Again the minister looked up sur prised not knowing what to make of it when ono of tho groomsmen at the r end of the row said forferLondon Telemanh F TIDYTUNDISCOVERY A Contrivance That Mothers Will Heartily Appreciate THEYRE FOUND IN MENUS Delicacies About Which the Average Woman Has Only a Hazy Notion A Muldoons For Women No Pat tient Permitted to Talk of Ailments Dear mlnl know bow It annoys you to have tho children throw things ubont lliolr hats caps and toysso- while staying with a friend Recently I hit upon n discovery tint you will appreciate jnd probably ndopt for your own comfort The throe harnin scnrum boys In my friends family culled the contrlvaiup the tidytun What was It Nothing nmrc I ipmNlvo than a small barriithilrI 111 her has standing In her hull ioxpt i IIII r IIt Is II trifling nffalr tint saves h Ir Dill h trouble and glary steps lnvt li tcaihes the boys Ithe vjnue or tidinessI The little keg has a si acne of sont mniliiK cloth drawn tlghy over IIs ItXd li place bv the upper bMivl1 I hn i In tlH cloth ore two oiglitln IIIIr + its which will easily ndmlt good slvil rliles + of nil sorts but through vlii li It would ho- well nigh ImpfltsHic tn Ii them out againInto this barrel nre Hlltpid all the belongings left Uttering up the bedrooms or found soiittcrid In dining room and living room after tit young sters have left for school or gone to bed In the tidytun they remain In spite of the direst need and fervid pleadings until the monthly thorough sweeping days come around when the tidytun lIs opened and the contents A PALL WEDDUGI GOWNI distributed to the delinquent owners on their promise to be less disorderly tdtt month finny are the favorite pencils and mU vascrs the guy and sporty neck tit swallowed up by the tidytun and dbvp the anguish of the lad who sees his property disappear therein Butt e little barrel hns worked wonders BO the boys mother told me In Incul eating habits of tidiness In tho household What They Are Tn answer to your appeal for tho In formation regarding some of the deli acres which are often referred to in menus and recipes about which you are rather hazy in your mind I would say that you are not alone In this gas tronomic fog Most women know in u general way about all of these things but here is n little additional Information for you concerning them Anchovy for Instance Is n small fish which comes from tho Mediter ranean It Is freed from bones split nnd salted nnd put up In glass jars nnd Is called fillet of anchovy It has a high flavor and IIs used as an appe tlzer or as a garnish for some salads Caviar is another highly flavored Jellcncy used as nn appetizer It lr ainde from the roe of certain large ash which are preserved by salting tIs served on small pieces of toast with finely chopped onion and minced hard bpllcd eggs and lemon Chervil is n garden herb like young parsley It is of a delicious flavor and may be used in salads and soups Chives are slim green onion tops with a mild flavor They are excel lent for flavoring soups spaces arid salads and some lkinds of cheese Truffles nre a species of fungus which are found only In France They grow several inches underground and when fresh have a strongly aromatic I flavor They are usually sold in cans or glass bottles Chutney is an East Indian hot sweet pickle made from cocoanut chillies and other nrtlcles Curry powder is a yellow powder the principal ingredient of which is turnerlc It is a product of India and is n high seasoning for Indian dishes sued ns curry of chicken veal lobster and so forth here emleth the first lesson For Womans Nerves Old you ever hear of so manyen breaking down nervously ns they do at the present time Well yester duty I wiut to see one of the latest or my neurasthenic acquaintances antt found that she had gone to a sanI- tarIum where women receive some thing of the same kind of treatment I tint Is given the men at the Muldoons establishment In New Jersey Every day the women patients assemble in the gymnasium and cure their scnt tered nerves by exercises which in the case of the most proficient culml pate in standing on their heads vault- Ing the horse or walking on their hands according to tile strength of the pupil The patients lire taught to breathe Tilt opening ceremony is called pump ofpbdominalbreathing leave their bods nre taught to lie thojo and pump Tho director claims that half tho nervous troubles of womenklnd are caused by Incdlclcnt breathing and that If the lungs are allowed an opportunity to purify the blood many ailments will be benefited In tho same way ho oooDOOI D Notice to I Tax DD- oPayers o a a Ior 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 Q McDaniels Saturdy Nov 19 I- y Q The penalty goes on December 1st This 5 owill be my last trip to these places If you fi d want to the and cost meet = O n atoDecember 1st Yours respectfully ii DENNIE SHEERANn i jjSheriff of Breckinridge County o I Q0 JQr 01 0 OlTQEj r cQ dij k Women as Well as Mon are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty 1ut in a J vigor anu cheerfulness when the kidneys are out of order or dis eased Kidney trouble has mon for a child to be born with weak If the child too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these importantorgaus This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWomen made miser able with and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold oy druggists fifty cent and onedollar mayhaveby mail tree also pamphlet telling all soon disappear prevn1entthat afflicted uVinates kidney ompftootIncludingmonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Si Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Yon every bottle gives particular attention to tile muscles of tho abdomen With this end In view comes the scissors exercise The patient it seems lies at full length on ono side and makes her legs resemble a most active pair of scissors Aft er the gymnasium a period of rest fol lows which the patients use in play ing tennis boating and swimming The real full of the day begins when the pntlonts assemble for circus tricks in the ring- Besides this there are long country walks for the Muldoonafor women is located on nn estate of nearly 100 acres and no matter how poorly one of the guests may feel with nil the outdoor life she soon ceases to look like an invalid and better still ceases to remember that she is one At mealtime there is no special regi men for any one to follow I am told It is suggested that the very sick should abstain from pork and pie but otherwise there is no dieting Conver sationally there is one strong rule No patient is permitted to discuss her ailments or miseries with any other pa tient at meal or city other time Pos sibly this Is one of the reasons that these invalids recover so quickly I am sending a suggestion for the wedding gown of the business girl you know who las little to spend on her trousseau It Is developed in thin crepe do clime with nn overdress of chiffon crossing over the waist and finishing in points wjth tassels of silk and pearl beads Fine lace trims tho waist nnd sleeves nnd looks very delicate underneath the silky chiffon The gown fits closely and is narrow even at the bottom of the skirt The alsoigown may bo made for 157+ i as count edupby MABEL A specific for painDr Thomas Kc lectic Oil strongest cheapest liniment ever devised A household remedy in America for 25 years Old Gowns Made Over Dont consign last years gown to the scrap bug Make it over That is exert a little Ingenuity and add n little now material nnd thereby evolve n new frock Tho princess gown can play the part of a foundation for this years model Drapo the bodice or net or chiffon over the old form Introduce n new yoke and sub cnlls Incorporate a square of lace with the material anti embroider It with silk and beads Slip n gathered straight tunic over tho skirt and edge It with n hand of net or satin Repeat the embroidered motif at the bottom of the skirt nnd soon adding a touch here and taking a way n piece there Never let n frock of other days go to waste You can always build n upw one on the old foundation Old blouses can be covered with u kimono slip of chiffon Lace can be used for tunics or for undersllps silk can be combined with tulle or net You need only keep your eyes wide open and with a quick hand you can con struct a new frock It is quite like tho proinlso made to Aladdin to exchange old lamps for now isnt It Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA An Editors Trials People wont love UBi wo have final ly made up pur mind to thnt Yester day we mentioned the case of a man who has one child and who every evening buys the child an ice cream cone from a street wagon And we mentioned how the five poor children across the street looked longingly at the fortunate child and wanted some Up to noon today nine men 4 had claimed that It was a dig at them and said tho man across tho street had plenty of money but was too stingy to buy his children ice cream cones Atchison Globe Try Our Want Column It Pays n ii i as I H EROYALTYPERMANENT Hardinsburg Kentucky OFFICE OVER KINCHELOES PEARMACY USE CARBONATE OF LIME To iniiko live soil Oolitic lime stone bone dry ground fine ns flour It is immediately effective nnd cheap KENTUCKY CARBONATE OF LIME CO Kosmosdale Ky I RURALTELEPBONEsl ft Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the x manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph X Company and have him explain the special Far x piers Line rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated 1- tL r r TT r3 3r3r it31 r3r3 r9r 3 a3raa3i76 i THE FEED THAT FATTENS High antI Cotton Seed Hulls Write meCOTTON SEED MEALGrade I I for prices before buying WILLIAM A BURNETT Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Established 1901 4i i I TBEIil andFifthmaking a 300 rate prlnclHOTEL 1 Street cars pass tho door toall LouIsVIlle KyEverytblnjtneat and cleanII PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr I 9r rr r rr r379 r rrer r r rrhr hrBt3 F JY rCLlr LAND LAND LAND best Investment on earth Is the earth Itself and the best earth to Invest In TilE tho Great Panhandle of Texas The soil Is rich and productive and you M1IehDroomcomIn the Panhandle of Texas you can pet crops of Alfalfa each year which decuttingthe acre ut each The best of water from 25 to 100 feet averagecyclones no hotwinds Guarantee 1000 Profits the First year To anyone whobuysa section of this land B40 acres Twill guarantee them the above named profit the first year and when they have rondo the first payment In full I will deposit One Thousand Dallars In any bank In Kentucky or Indiana as forfeit money If at the end of 12 months they cannot sell this section for the n hove named profit then the forfeit money Is theirs fsio guarantee on onehalf section and SiSOon u iuurterLscctlon If interested write mo at once J C CRUTCHER R R Agt Webster Ky I V J SPURCHASINGave FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only J25 The regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL H t JOe BUSINESS COLLEGEIHOOVrO RATIO Second and Walnut Streets LQUISVILLB KY L Review of Reviews and The Metiridge News ONE YEAR FOR 300 This is just the price of the magazine Send your subccriptlon to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport iKy v rr 0 u fj n aII y rU M M l A fIFINALREVIEWt mN MANY8TATESr OE THE GAMPNIGN- Where the Fights For GOY There Will Be Notable Changes House of Representatives ernor Are Hottest In the Senate May Be Close uj r HIYQtW NIYU IYGtlttHSRNi Henry L Stlmson Walter Roscoe StubbsJohn W Kern I t + John A Dix James C DahlmanA J Beveridge By JAMES A EHGERTON N the language of the vernacular 1 it has been some campaign It has seen several surprises and election day will probably bring out a Job lot ot now onus It is no small stake that is up Not Only every seat In the house of1 representatives I and therefore the control of that body depends upon the cast but thirty Unit ed States senators more or less and governors in a majority of tne states Bigger than nil of these the result on Nov 8 will have not a little to do In determining the outcome of the presl dentlal election In 1012 This article Is In no sense an at tempted prophecy There tire enough prophets at least In their own minds to till the papers with guesses with out any addition on my part Moreover the thing Is so nearly over that a prognosticator would no moro than ti work off his prediction than the result JwOuld bob tap to confound him Let the campaign managers be the oracles That Is their business They have tq convert themselves Into claims bu reaus just to show that they are uot scared Nobody pays much attention to them but they feel In duty bound to claim the earth and the ottlccs thereof For the rest of us there Is more serious business Wo have to rote It is our turn lOW and we swell up not a little as we reflect that wo have the last word- Notwithstanding the congressional election much of the popular Merest has centered In the gubernatorial fights hi a number of the leading states Now York has been most Iu the calcium rays perhaps not only be cause of her size but for the reason that Colonel lioosevclts personality has been literally hurled into the canvass There lots been some mention of the opposing candidates Stimson and Dix It Is true but where their names have been whispered once tho colonels bay been shouted ten times either In applause or objurgation- Of course both sides following T Rs lead say they have their oppo nents beaten to a frazzle What elso could they be expected to say As to the voters they have been too much stunned by the noise to do much prophesying Where they have ventured an opinion of the result their prognostications have generally fol lowed their paty bias If wo depend on money to talk the betting odds supporters conlldcntly predict his elec tion as governor The progressives swept the Kansas primaries triumphantly rcnomluatlng Walter Itoscoe Stubbs for governor It Is said that the railroads breweries and standpattors have made n secret organization to defeat Stubbs Over the llne In Nebraska the ques tlon of county optldn IIs the chief is sue James C pnhlmnn the cowboy mayor of Omaha Is the Demo dratic candidate for governor Dahl man says he will veto n county option bill For this reason W 1 Bryan has bolted his nomination The Democrats at present have the governor and leg islature but the result this year is very much In doubt House May Be Close As to the national house of repre sentatives both congressional chair men claim It by n large majority A- Nen York magazine recently made a canvass of the situation that It said extended Into every doubtful district In the land and as a result of which it predicted practically a tie with thirteen districts uncertain If the house should be close the Insurgents would be In n commanding position as they have nominated something Ilike fifty candidates most of whom are reasonably sure of election It Is pen orally admitted that both the Demo crats and Insurgents will PJU gains In the house the only gnounhoiuig as to tho size of these gains The same condition applies to the senate with this dlflVrewe In the tipper body It Is scarcely possible that tho Democrats can come Into control although they may add1 enough to their membership to give tho insurgents the balance of power In detail the senatorial situation Is as fol lows There are thirtyfive new men to go in Including successors to four who have died Dolllver of Iowa Mc Enery of Louisiana Daniel of Vir ginia and Senator Elect Broward of Florida Swanson has already been appointed to succeed Daniel 00111II vcrs successor will be left to the leg islature which with select a progres sire All the Democrats will be fol lowed by men of their own party with the exception of Purcell of North Da kota In that state the probabilities are that McCmnber will bo reelected and the other scat will go to Asle J Gronna a progressive have favored Dix generally at two to one with few takers New Jersey that so often is but an echo of New York Is this wear playing a star part on her own hook This Is due to the fact that the Democrats have nominated Woodrow Wilson for governor IIn the past the American people have honored their educators but not by running them for olllce If Wilson Is elected we may see more college presidents on the tiring line Perhaps It would be no loss If we gave toIllItcertainly could out do worse than the politicians rove done lrefessur Wilson has come out squarely for progressive policies nil along the line Ills campaign has been a revelation of direct and candid speeehiVivian M Lewis the Republican candidatel Is an old newspaper man Mr Lewis huts also declared for some of the progressive policies The result IIs In doubt but Wilsons supporters Kceui very confident In Ohio the Republican managers admit that if the election had been held two woks ago Harmon would probably tutee been reelected Now they claim the tide Is turning In Hard Inglf1or For one thing James R Cinrfleld and the progressives are com ing out for the Republican candidate Neither side Is very progressive In Ohio this year and as a consequence the Socialists are said to be making galas The Democrats claim the state by a big majority Beveridge Appealing to Progressives One of the most spectacular lights in the nation Is that in Indiana Here the contest Is over the scnatorshlp Heverldge Is attacking the PuyneAI Inch tariff and appealing to progres sives of both parties loin W Kern his opponent expects to get the Demo cratic vote and some quiet support from the stand pat Republicans The outcome is very doubtful but would seem to favor Kern as the Democrats now have the goveruoi and legislature After sweeping time California prl maries OR an Insurgent thrum W Johnson Is having another tight with Theodore A Bell who was temporary chairman of the last Democratic mi Jlonul convention Johnson is opposed to the Southern Pacific railroad and It Is thought that for this reason the railroad and stand put politicInns may support Bell Nevertheless Johnsons PROCEEDINGS Of Regular Term of Hie Breck ffenridg County Fiscall Court = oro 7 =heldat Courijilloue Tuesday October 4111910 Continued from last week W H Keauchamp appraiser in Robblusshcepclnlm iU James Shellman appraiser in Robbins sheep claima SO Sam Dix justice in Robbins sheep claim uiiOJ B Dutsehke 1 sheep injured 5 00 J E Mercer appraiser in Duts chke sheep claim ii0 W L Black appraiser in Dutsch ke sheep claim 50 Juo N Akers justice in Dutsch ke sheep claim 50 S C Hendrickson 1 sheep killed 7 00 Leo Hinton appraiser in Ilen drickson shcep claim 50 John Furrow appraiser in Hen drickson sheep claim 50 George Harris justice in Hen drickson sheepclaim 50 N B Robertson 2 sheep killed I injured 2000- J R Mays appraiser in Robert son sheep claim 50 II II Hatfield appraiser in Rob ertson sheep claim 50 Jno Akers justice in Robertson sheep claim 50 Taylor Dowell 1 sheep injured 7 00 S J Simmons appraiser in Dow ell sheep claim 50 G S Ashcraft appraiser in Dow ell sheep claim 50 Jno N Akers justice in Dowellisheep claim 50 John Akers 13 sheep killed 65 00 Steve Bryant appraiser in Ak ers sheep claim 50 Taylor Dowell appraiser in Akers heep claim 50 Jno N Akers justice in Akers sheep claim 50 Felix W Beavin 2 hoop killed 2 injured 21 00 Chas II Smart appraiser in Beavin sheep claim 50 Waldo Smart appraiser in Boa vin sheep claim iO Geo N Harris justice in Beavin sheep claim 30 11 S Wilson 3 sheep killed 20 00 Logan Bland appraiser in Nil son sheep claim 50 Lewis Bland appraiser in Wil son sheep claim 50 Jno N Akers justice in Wilson sheep claim 50 George Plate 1 sheep killed 3 uo M V Pate appraiser in Pate sheep claim1 50 T F Garrett appraiser in Pate 501Geosheep claim 50 Berry Norton Jr 1 sheep killed 7 011 Wallace Connor appraiser in Norton sheep claim 50 James Rusher appraiser in Nor ton sheep claim 51 Jno N Akers justice in Norton sheep claim 50 D C Moorman 2 sheep killed 1 injured 17 00 Tom Critcheloe appraiser in Moorman sheep claim 50 Steve Poole appraiser in Moor man sheep claim 50 B A Whittinghill justice in Moorman sheep claim i0- J H Hart 41 sluep killed 20 00II Henry Probus appraiser in Hart sheep claim 50 W T Dudgeon appraiser in Mart sheep claim SOB A Whittinghill justice iri Hart sheep claim ii- J SU M Howard 1 sheep killed 1 injured S 00 J B Merry appraiser in Howard 110Iard sheep claim J 50 B A Whittinghill justice in Howard sheep claim So- J MI Howard 1 sheep killed t 00 J B Ferry appraiser in Howard sheep claim 60 Cordes Smith appraiser in How ard sheep claipr 50 B A Whittinghill justice in Howard sheep claim S0 Glen Moorman 1 sheep killed 1 00 Jesse A Moorman appraises in Moorman sheep claim 50 W W Baxter appraiser in Moorman sheep claim 50 B A Whittinghill justice in Moorman sheep claim 50 Claim of Lee Walls cost in three different cases E II Shell man Co two cases vs Brad Icy Gilbert Co J6 00 Claim Dennie Sheeran money expended for repairs in Sher iffOflice 41 oa Ordered that court adjourn until nine oclock tomorrow morning Minutes read and approved as read L L Waggoner J B C At a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for the county of Breckinridge at the Court House in Hardinsburg Ky Wednesday October 1910 Present lion L L Waggoner Judge Breckenridge county with the follow ing named justices of the Peace towit Sam Slaughter Sam DixGeo Harris- G A Wright B A Whittinghill and John N Akers being all the Justices of the Peace in Commission Claim of Sam Dix holding in quest Joe Meakes at Steph ensport Ky Aug 26 1910 6 00 Tie Bradley Gilbert Co listed note book 8 10 The Uraaley Gilbert Co 500 file boxes c 101 73 The Bradley Gilbert Co one Record of Pooled Tobacco Jii 35 1 he Bradley St Gilbert Co one minute book h 1410 Moved and seconded that the salary of School Superintendent be fixed at this term of Court Motion carried Claim of L Moremon County Health oflicdr allowed h 75 00 Moved by Squire G A Wright seconded by Squire Sam that the salary and DlxII of Andrew Uriskell be121126Cl- aim of The Fourth District Leader for printing order bv Road Commissioner Uounty Judge and County Clerk 91 50 Continued an Page 4 Live Stock Sale FRIDAY NOV 18 J O KERFOOT I will sell at my farm nine miles Yvcst of Elizabothtown and two miles West of St John Ky on the Eliabethtown and Hardinsburg road about fifty need of registeredi DuroeJcrsoy Hogs 12 or IS head of Horses j and IulesH headof high grade Jersey Cows and heifers one Jersey Hull Calf and six registered Polled Durham und Shorthorn Gitttte 5 Cows and Heifers and 1 Bulr Gus Warfleld of Macon Ga W A Brandenburg and Pemberton Helm will be on hand to buy your horses and mules Sale Commences promptly at 10 oclock rain or shine We have a large tent to show In in case of rain i FREE LUNCH AT 12 OCLOCK Jii 0 Kerfoot Cot Col II IL Iglehart Col 1 IL Talbott Auctioneer Auctioneer Subscribe today rpA1IICOLGeneral H J GORSUCHII Ilrvington Kentucky ito cry your sale no matter where or what kind None none too small to receive careful attention 1 work for IIVant from the day I book your sale Write or phone me for early guaranteed dates 15 yenrs experience Terms reason WC JMI WNftl= c= D tIWNW PI AtiIa A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can find no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANKOF CLOVERPORT Iwith theI interest compounded semiannually and no better way of paying your bile than by check whereby you alwas haven record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US lYe have a seven year record of fair dealings with our customers and always cuter to their wants when consistent with sound banking principles M WlNM If WtNtr WJVfJff iJtiJ t YoH BOWMEH President A B SKILLMAX Cashier F L LiamrooT VicePresident 0 T SKIILMAX Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIABLE S BRECKINRJDGE BANK a Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on TimelDcposlts u DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmcr f Lnty Ci Jarboo 0 T Ski1JnanA B Fisher F- Z J r r s I- feFdsr r rrY07rI I 1 H= TilE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPOKT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 9 1910 Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino money in advance Examine the label on your paper if it is note correct pleas notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new address Hint wo glad we are back in line 1 In all these years wo neve felt better Hallelujah The rood women of the Fordsvillo Baptist membership arc saying they are going to do without new coatsuits this winter and do Bate their money to a building fund for a now church Buy your new dresses girls so you can look as pretty as possible In the long run the money for the gospel has to come out of your husbands pocketbook and if your appearance is sweet and charming he will give it to you before ho knows it And too a man enjoys going to church when ho can see a good loohing well dressed woman Get him in good humor at church and ho will givo you the last cent he can afford Thats a better method than wearing old clothes mer chants cannot give freely to benevolence unless they sell their goods Wo believe in the dressup religion Old rags make long faces Who wants to go to churchand sit in the midst of a set of women moping in undertones because they feel shabby A woman is not cheerful k when her dress is a hack number Sacrifices for beautifulchurches a are allright but isnt it just as well to make them at the dinner table or at the jewelry store z J W Newman for the past three years secretary of the Ken tiuky State Fair and a former State Senator made his formal an nouncement Saturday for the Democratic nomination for Comniis sinner of Agriculture which nomination will be mnde some time the coming yeas sad which office will be filled by election November 191 1 Mr Newman left Saturday to aid the Porto Rico Government in inaugurating their Insular Fair and will be absent from Ken rr tucky for a few months Mr Newman has always had the farmers interest ut heart and we hope that they will have an apportunity at the polls to reciprocate for the benefits ho has given them Did you receive that blue card notifying you about your subscription 1 This means that we want you back on our list want your coopt ration and good wishes for the News Every week we become r iiiore anxious more ambitious to give you a clean clever and inter I ting paper and your support shall he appreciated A Presbyterian minister and hi wife of Louisville gave a- FF Ili hut dance in honor of their daughter lat Friday night That was jjiite a step from the church to the ballroom It was a coming d n out party for the parsons daughter in two ways coming out into y K cicty and coming out of this oldtime religions y That suggestion for Christmas Have you thought how glad your mother would be to receive tho News tr year Big brother wouldnt mind it and little sis would feel pretty big to get it eoery 4 + week in her name What about treating your own self to a years iit subscription Christmas 1 TF The hunters are preparing tor the greatest onslaught they have t b evor had and many will start out next Tuesday for a several days fl hunt As yet fow farms have been posted against invasion wail is plentiful and the sportsmen expect glorious times f The tobacco buyers began to move out into tho country districts last week Several crops were sold at 51 and 3 A good dealof fttill crop hUB been stripped and as soon as there is a season they will ili bi sin to deliver it il i thousanddolvfmcntl of a breach of promise suit k PROCEEDINGS E Continued from page 3 z Claim of The Fourth District Leader for printing notice al itlowed r 1 00 Claim H M Beard fees as clerk itemized statement HCO jQ lea Iroquois Manufacturing Co Paint used on Court House and jail 32 63 Claim Dr J E Kincheloe Post f Morton Examination 5 00 Claim L L Waggoner and Mike Miller for expenses In Clover t port and three bridges from Stephensport to Cloverport 3 10 iX Came Claude Mercer and stated toy the court that he had no desire to enter into Litigation with his home county F and that in the matter of his suit i against the count for Indexing the deeds it the county would pay the ex penses which he had actually incurred i and what he had paid out he would dis i miss the suit He further stated that he would dismiss the matter for tho sum of two hundred and forty dollars Whereuponlmotlon of J N A ers s- eelonded by G N Harris it was moved that Mr Mercer be allowed the sum of two hundred and forty dollars which I was unanimously carried and it is so orderedJohn L JP Haswell Jr and Hon Gus Brown having been employed by the County Attorneyto assist in the case of Claude Mercer va Breckenrldge county and having presented to the court their bill for said services toyvlt the sum of 550 each On motion of J N Akers seconded by G A Wright tha said sum be paid it was unanimousf carried and the payment of said fees iiIs now allowed- Claim B F Beard Co allowed 33 74 G A Wright claim summoning jurywitnesses and holding in quest allowed 8 If John N Akers commissioner 1 day and expensesn 450 Lee Bishop holding inquest Nat Tolbert 6 O- iL B Moremen office rent magls Istrate 8 00 Dave Henry itemized claim 14 90 Sam Dix commissioner one day and expenses 361 Geo Harris commissioner one dayandexpensesnaii 60 Dennie Sheeran claim for ser vices itemized 19550 Report of C M Ilcslon Pauper Com missioner is approved as reported by committee Sam Dlx and John Aken dnd amounts to different parties allow ed as reported- J C Nolte for T N Berry H6 00 J C Nolte for Mrs Ben Duncan 21 Oi J C Nolte for Cormella Shaffer 18 00 J C Nolte for Lee Horsley 15 00 John Bates for Frank Seaton 18 00 Tom Clemmons for Annie and Murrel Askins 30 Of G D Shellman for Mollie Bland 18 00 G D Shellman for Mrs Rosa Hlbbs 1800 M L Han for G B Gibson 18 00 Matt Jarboe for Mrs Amanda Blnnkshlp 10 PO Allie Pate for John R Elder 18 Of Bob Weatherford for Sis Rob c STOU1K8 W1UTTKJJ While The Press Thunders BY IOUISK i This here breezo makes you want more rags dont it child said Aunt Mary Dean our good old colored friend late last Thursday afternoc as we were walking down in Cow Heel Aunt Mary lives on Bishops Hill but says If her children werent In heave she would be living in the sticks wbere she could raise hogs and have a real farm Aunt Mary has been Ivrng away fried chicken and turkey all her life and declares that she aint a bit poorer for It livery Christmas for fourteen years she has given Mr A R Fisher a baked turkey Aunt Iary lives lust to go to heaven If you miss heaven she said you are gone then sure Aunt Mary will surely go there she Is as good as she Is generous and if she were as white as a lily the number of her friends could not be great- erooo The style now is and has been for some time but we have just caught or ertson 18 00 George McCubbins for Mrs Sal lie Blair eo fISl tl A A Richardson for Corbit Am mons D S Richardson for Emaline Noble 12 00 Jackson Brear for Clara Bash am 7 37 Tom Gray for Mrs Abbie Whit worth 5 Oil Fred Frank for Sarah Frank 5 00 Frank Barton for Newt Hors ley 9OO J T Hoben for Paupers B F Beard for Paupers 18 38 Gus Shellman for Paupers 17 3 Gus Shellman for Mrs Nan Cavitl 2 99 C C Davis Poorhouse keeper 379 25 Mrs C C Davis sewing for pau perspers 7 50 Dr J E Kincheloe physician sere vice 51 50 F S Kincheloe drugs to paupers 18 ISI C M Heston Commissioner sal ary 5000 James llaynen C Son for Martha Clark 90 Claim of T A Gray for amount reported 87 10 committee moves to allow 28 10 Allie Pate for John R 1Elder 27 00 J W Guthrie administrator of K T Guthrie medicine 511 5 B F Beard 1C Co for rsRosa Hibbs 2700 Claim I D Babbage for adv in paper SO 20 Fourth District Leader Claim for Stephensport school elec tion 36 2 G D Shellman claim 875 W KI Moorman for use II DeH Moorman 70 Fourth District Leader printing minutes Fiscal Court and other printing 107 t- On motion of Justice Akers seconded by Justice Slaughter it is ordered by the court that an advalorum tax of 30 cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in the railroad tax district of Breckenridge county be and the same is hereby levied for the yea 1011 This tax is levied to produce ia fund for the payment of claims agains said district topay the interest coupon and the bridges of said tax district The Sheriff under his bond for the collection of the countv levy is ordered to collect said tax and pay same over to the commissioner of said tux distric who shall apply the same to the payment of any claim from said tax district and ordered paid by this court Christmas Is Near Put on your thinking cap and select a trice gift for those you lovo Dont bo deceived by tho glitter of cheap jewelry in dry goods groceries and drug stores Go to the Experienced Jewele- rEngraving Free Beautiful lino of Silver and Gold TeC LEWISI Hardinsburg Ky t- Try Our Want Column It Pays t kk that one must not begin his letter U My Dear nets Just go on and Say what you intend to for it is the latest way to begin asocial letter 000Last week a fortynine year old widow of Central Kentucky was married to a follow whom she adopted asher son when he was a baby about eighteen years ago Seems as if a widow always succeeds In getting a man one way if not another Isnt adopting a new method 4 000From the heart of the press la t week came some of tho loveliest little creations for the holiday season we have ever seen made with printer ink These will be put on sale iIn Loulsvllleand at the News office in time for Christmas shoppers All who are socking now ideas for Christmas remembrances write us We shall tbe delighted to send samples of our nov cities to any one who writes for then and then to the payment of the interest coupons due and unpaid and then to the payment of the bonds The coupor and bonds paid by said commissioners shall be delivered to him by the holder and the receipt from the commission ers to the sheriff for the amount paid by the sheriff to him shall be vouchei to the sheriff in his settlement and a yea and nay vote beigg taken on the foregoing order resulted as follows- J N Alcers yea G A Wright yeas H Dix yea Sam Slaughter yea G N Harris yea Claim W J Hall fees as jailer allowed 144 j Minutes read and approved and ordered that court adjourn until tomoi row morning at nine oclock- L L Waggoner J B C- At a Fiscal Court continued and held In and for Brecklnridge county Ker tuclty on Thursday October 0 1010 Present Hon L L Waggonei Judge Breclinridge County Court with the following named Justices of the Peace G A Wright G N Harris Jno N Akers Sam Slaughter and t A WhlttSnghill Taxation and cost in HughesFrymlr road case allowed as follows II M Board clerks cost j532 John 1B Mercer allowed 200 00 H R Warner surveyors fee J5 00 J B Frymire viewer 3 days 3 011 Kosoe Hedry viewer Jl days 3 00 Dennie Sheeran sheriff COt Ino Taxation and cost In the G P Mil ler road case allowed as follows- H M Beard clerks cost 7 25 Tom Withers allowed 225 no Amos Wroe allowedr 1500 Mat Shrewsberrv viewer 2 days 2 00 Williamson Brown viewer two t days 2 00 E Board viewer 1 day 1 00 Dennie Sheeran sheriffs cos 2 00 H R Warner surveyors fee 15 00 H R Warner allowed as In spector of Cloverport bridge 3 00 Ordered by the Court that the County Attorney Jesse R Eskrldge be and he Is hereby allowed the sum of 31 to be paid annually for the rent of office 30 00 G A Wright three days George Harris three days B A Vhlttinghlll three days John P Akers two days Sam Dix two days Sam Slaughter three days Minutes read and approved and court adjourned finallyL Waggoner J B C ville iMarket Reporl IILoui Nov 8 1010 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 91cCornNo2 white 5- 4OatsNo2 mixed new 83 EggsMarket steady case count 2 i candled 2627- PoultryHens lOper Ibj roosters 7c young chickens 13 ducks 12c turkeys 150 CalvesReceipts 215 The marke ruled slow shade lower the liest i51 aj J800 some fancy higher mediun 550 7riO common 250 550 Hogs Rec ipts 1055 The market ruled slow mostly 5c lower best heav hogs 220 Ibs and up 820 165 to 200 bs 805 120 to 165 lbs 8 55 pigs + 810 down roughs 740 down Thi pens were well cleared but the marks dosed easy Sheep and Lambs Receipts 282 higher Market firm on prime fat ambs best 5 C sc some fancy higher medium and culls 5c down to 3c fat stiecJdull1 Buys Large Amount of Tobacco John Phelpn fr Co has bought jOOO 100 pounds of tobacco ranging In price from 3 to 9 He will begin receiving at his warehouse In this city November 20 NOTICE Please do not asfcws to publish earl of thanks resolution or obituaries fre r Yew Mr e Mail Orders AD Promptly and Carefully Pilled fim1 N With the best values In stock and Mail Order Purchases of 5 or more vc pay the forwarding t aharges to points within 200 milesUN LouisvillesWENEsY Greatest Department Store EVERV IKL Seasonable Values in MENS UNDERWEAR Hens Balbriggan Shirts and Wrights Underwear for nen Drawers in ecru or light blue ribbed balbriggan medium or ribbed lleeced shirts with French heavyweight shirts and drawers 4J98ccrotchfor 275 or per 48cWrights Health Underwear 98clenswear ecru balbriggan notMunslng Union Suits for men fleeced French neck shirts and InteriI rangeknitper garment J uw carry mens union suits ln silk t Mens Merino Underwear plush at 3 Duofold health wool + 1white or colored full weight atf350and extra heavy ribbed 00match1 Outing Flannel Gowns Petticoats and KimonosO- uting Flannel Gowns for il Womens Short Kimonos and women and misses in neat pink dressing sacques made of good 1 quality flannelettes new stripes blue and gray stripes Yoke aand figures extra well made ten 50candspecially50cpriced at Womens Leng Kimonos Ot tang Flannel Petticoats for Made of domet flannel in grays women and misses plain colors light blues rose and helio cut light blue pink and white full and belted in all edges but flounce with buttonhole stitched tonhole stitched silk cord loops 50priced1 Four Dress Goods Specials Fancy Scotch Plaids All Herman Chiffon Broadcloth wool fine plaids In light and In black and all colors guaran dark colorings especially good teed to give satisfactory wear 160priced1 I 1 at Priestleys Tussah Royal Heavy Twilled Broadcloth I Wool and silk mohair This Is a All wool 52 inches wldelnblackl new fabric of flue texture and and all colors This is an ex finish and Is extremely good for cellent material for misses and gowns and onepiece dresses in childrens jackets and coat plain and fancy weaves spec 50pI 1 Four Four Figured Hucks Blanket Bargains 15inch Figured Huck Fri Plaid Blankets your choice of SpringfieldAssortliven co m or Guest per yard Toweling 39 Cable cozy blanket at the low 98ISlnch own importation ten good pat terns without a doubt the best White Blankets one case 1111 huck ever brought to this city line White Wool Blankets with regular 50c quality Sale 45cpmk or blue bordors a regular f price per yard 750 highgrade bl an i 598 22inch Figured tiuclcYourket per pair choice of entire line of fine 0cOray 10Blankets two cases 4 Alllinen Figured Huck scalloping or hemstitching forWool Mixed Heavy Gray Bed wonderful bargain priced 39cBlankets bought at a bargain by per yard at 48Special24Inch Figured Huck This Is the best Figured AIl lincn Scotch Plaid Blankets a beau Satin Huck In this country for tiful Scotch I lartan plaid 114 r the price ten good patterns and all wool bright rich aud warm 98per JACKSss FOR y SALE I hiivc three good Jacks wo wish to dispose ofTvo 1WI thrdo years oldand one two years old They are 1 all jjet black with white points very short trod lino size extremely heavy bone largo feet big shapely heads and ears These Jacks arc in line condition nod ready to show We lire going to dispose of thcniand they will bo sold at bargains Wo trust they will find homes in our county If you aro interested dont write but como arid see us Respectfully R G ROBERTSON f SONS c GLEN DEAN KY l I x = S + ii- r h THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOHCIGN ADVERTISING DY THE QENliRAL OFFICES NCW YORK AND CHICAGO CR lCHrn IM ALL TF PRINCIPAL CITIES the Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY NOV 9 1910 i RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct nnd city Offices 2 r- IjfFor County Offices 600 For State nod District Offices 1500 1 For Culls per line 10 z For Cards per liueu 10 For All Publications iu tbe inter est of individuals or expression of individual vieus per line 10 MSR i t71S7AIi177ASli1ArtitA tkI1AAAS1Sf jjLocal Laconics i N7ASIS1AASIAAAk lA7RA +1 71A 1 1 7171kp- f 5yJ F Featherbed for sale Address S V I cnre of the News olllce f Supt Andrew Driskell of Hardins ee 4 burg was here SaturtlayI atyt ft l v Mrs Eugene Haynes has returned 5to her home in Durant I T Miss Ora Bowlds returned home F from Stephensuort Friday 1We serve oysters in any style onr short notice Enslish Kitchen V If you dont care for the fine piano yourself help some friend to get it Mrs Anna Carr of Elixabethtown is visiting her daughter Mrs J Proctor KeithiJames SkilJman went to Holt Friday to set snares and have a few days of sportMrs Sterrett of Hawesville came Friday to visit Mr and Mrs W IL BowmerPeople are buying their winter shoes now Get their certificates Conrad Sippel Miss Nell Moorman of Glen Deanof will arrive Wednesday to visit Miss Louise Babbage- Ju D Patterson left today for New Orleans to visit his children Mr and Mrs Chas Patterson Wesley Hunter of Sample was here Monday Mr Hunter will continue to live on the farm there Miss Hallie Baatty was in Clover port Saturday and complimented the News olllce with a visit Mrs Fred Pierce of Las Vegas X M is the guest of Mrs J 0 Bra shearr4oulsiI1ellmesMrs and children Milton and UntUUne are visitipz relaI 1I tives in Louisville this week Enter your name on the piano con test and let your friends help you to get that fine piano at Sippels free John Babhage Jr representing the American Type Founders Co wiil be home from Nashville to sp nd Sunday Nobe Pate of Mattingly was Inl town Monday Mr Pat i Is quite busy these days keeping store and post oflice Mrs Alfred Heston left last night for Sikeston Mo where Mr Heston has accepted a splendid position in a large department store William White will go to Hunting ton W Va ns manager of the foot ball team from his college at Winches ter for their big game of this season Piano certifcates given withevery cash purchase at Sippels Shoe Store Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro were here last week Fresh oysters and celery received daily at the English Kitchen Jeff Ditto of Pembroke represent ing Armour Co was here this week Mrs Hofllous Lichen and daughter Marion have returned home from OwensboroPrice was hurt very badly Monday at the planing mill He is getting along just fairly well Our oysters are sealed shipped and are always fresh We give solid meas ore and a good oyster English Kitch en Rev Robert S Boyd of Hawesville has been called to a Presbyterian church in Louisville lie has accepted it much to the regret of his Hawesville friends I The ladies of the Methodist church will give an oyster supper in Oelzes Hall Friday night November 11 En trance through Mr V G Babbages storeLawrence Murray is quite sick of pneumonia at his home on the East Side He will undergo an operation this week by Dr Simons and Dr Mc Donald for nose trouble Mr and Mrs A H Murray were called to Williamson W Va Friday on account of the death of their grandchild Mary Alice Murray the sweet little daughter of Mr and Mrs Claude MurrayJoe Smart treated tho News office yesterday to a large sack of fine ap pIes Mr Smart is one of many who always has a plenty of the worlds goods and is very generous with his friends Monday November 14 at 230 p m there will be a meeting of the W F M S of the Methodist church All IIn dies are cordially invited A special program is being prepared Subject The Million Soul Movement in Kot reaIMiss May Lahee of this city and Mr Claud Sutter of Tobinsport woreI married on Monday evening home of Mr and Mrs Tice Schreiner The ceremony was conducted by Mayor For The Boy Away from Home 1Have J our phti aph made for Christmas Beautiful and Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Trip made Every month to Irvington Ky I Theodore Kiefer Cannelton Tele phone Miss Alma Perkins has received an announcement of the marriage of Miss Alma LaMont to Mr R J Davis of Los Angeles Cal The bride is re membered as a charming little girl when she lived in Cloverport about ten years ago The JJ pworth League was led in a delightful way by Mrs Ira Behen Sun day evening James S Younger will be the leader Sunday night The News would be pleased to announce the leaders of the B R P U every week if some ono would send the names to the olllce GREAT RESULTS Front Revival at Glen Dean and Fordsville Increase Pastors Salary and Will Re pair Church Dear Bro Uabbage I promised to send statement to News of my Martin meetings It was a great opportunity Indeed Bro Jandon Martins fore runner is a splendid allround worker In the vineyard Schollleld and wife are great singers The additions to the twv churches numbered sixty with many professions that did not join Martin is a clear cut gospel preacher with great power My churches are greatly stimulated and appreciate the pastors bringing these workers to them Last but not all together the least is the amount they paid to Mar tin workers Glen Dean 220 Fords vllle 2tOtrotal 160 But some may say wont this react and hurt the cause Nol Glen Dean has increased pastors salary since and Fordsville is consid ering remodeling or building a new churchhouse In the near future Our ladies are saying they will do without a coat suit and put amount into new building We are profoundly thankful to God for all these blessings Best wishes from Wife and me to the News and love to all CloverportJ Fordsvilie Ky Nov S 1910 If the best is not too gooJ for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use + e + 1 iiIm WarisiI jll + zh + For Sale Rent or TradeStorehouse A storehouse on tho turnpike halfway ln tWLon Olovorport nnd Hnnllnslntrtf for sale rent or rudo for land Jumu IH Hulill CluvcrportKyFor Large Red Jersey Boar pOH S IjEA linfu red JItSlY hour rood Pllrmnranocnhu FarmFor Sale COU ISALESCO acres of land 100 HITS In 1 tlmlxtr Dwelling 4 room luruo burn good water OMO ono a hull miles from Olo voruort on the pike For further particulars I CloverportItentucky For SaleMachinery FOR SA LIBut very low prices ono 10 horse llvcr Uaar Scott Traction etialno one onoMI10 horsepower Hprlnifflold traction cn lnu Adrlrh Hawesville ICy For SaleScholarship F JlowlIDItOrenmoot of that University HrecktfnrldKu Naws Olovorport ICy For Sale Bank Stock SALE SIx shares First State Hunk stock Irvington Ky FletcherI Him ford Lebanon Ky wwsr Eyes Tested Frames Fitted Glasses Guaranteed IWatchesI I Repaired I Severs Drug Co t r 4 JJ Advertising is the Key note of success of for to fall Gray All guaranteed Prices to of for to prices to 4 00 to see are all Do not forget my of to see tho the Better for for it I Ready for Crimps II Season of giving appareltHats Over Coats Leggins IUnderwearIHOSIERY The Black Cat Stockings I for boys and girlsthe kind wear Black Cat 1 every 2 pair Cat hose 11J C NOLTE BRO c ID Parsonage- Mr and Mrs Glen Hardaway and daughter Hardaway and son Jr into the dist parsonage last Rev Mr rooms and his at the Council The City met in I Monday A of were Chapin and were to supervise the tax list V G Babbage was appointed Attorney If the best is not too for you Lewisport flour Iis the Hour you to use I be L a of t m11I ohrlf LIOH also of 500 to will to my of I Big line ludies coat suits you select your suit from in Black Blue Tan and with from 750 2000 Nice line them you select from from 100 Ask them late and line shoes Ask Work Shoo than than syou pay 350 Ask and t t t i I g t KY Get the Miss Allene lien moved Metho week Lewis there takes meals Burns House The City Council regular session night number claims allowed Proctor Keith Lucious Marion Behen City good BEST ought C take no Mens Gun Metal at 350 and at 250 300 3 50 and 4 00 All are solid and no cut of Big lino of Ludios and Child rens shoo all the now in Gun Metal Patent and Kid line in to select from and at to suit nil lino in all culms from 250 to in Ladies and 150 to 750 for Misses Bear Skins in all colors with to match Cloutt Coat Shirts All new Big line of to select from at 100 L For Holidays Wanted Every one in Cloverport and vicinity to read the opening chapters of the new serial by Robert W Chambers in the November number of Cosmopolitan It is the greatest novel of the year and is illus trated by Charles Dana The Cosmopolitan and The Breckenridgo News both one year for 1- 75CASTOR IIAFor Infants nnd Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the iflhSignature w I ins GunI pIITheseason will soon open The and best on themP 1 1market at the and best Come in and see our stock I We carry Remington and other hammeraI bII less guns Also double and barrel hammer guns Full and I complete line come and see ILS you buy Hunting coats and leggins Icaps J D ASHCRAFT Irvington My I I mmm n c JIZ I 11 I Now is The Best Time to Buy Your Suit for Winter i IfromI I IjI B j have a wide range other suits from 1250 It be to see line clothing as I can please you infit quality and yourI Ladies Coat Suits i Brown strictly hand tailored linings Ladies Readyto Hats They styles uptodate Shoes Stronger lowat300 elsewhere warmth wearing Mufflers Caps Gloves Ear Muffs famous that Puzzle free with Black CLOVERPORT appointed IJ finest guns lowest prices Smith number single before advantage Wear other I 300 100 Mons patent leathers these goods leather Vamps Misses styles leather Biggest Irvington prices Ladies And Child rens CloaksBig 1500 Childrens caps Mens ShirtsPeabody nice goods Special Magazine Gibson large patterns Dress Goods In all colors Mohair Sorgo and Panama at 50 cts a yard 42 inches wide Mens Hats All the new styles at front 100 to 400 A a I am Agent for Th- oEdison Phonograph And records C mio in and hear the now pieces and get my pricesttYou will find anything in our stock that is kept in general iirstclass store Ed F Alexander Irvington Ky J 1zt1 2 jh e GOSSIP OF THE- AEROPLANES Overheard at the Belmont Park Aviation Meet BEANS ALSO FLYING HIGH When Hoxsey and Johnstone Went Up to Light tho StarsOne Englishman Through With Flying For the Mere Sport of ItWhen the Wrights Were CranksAmong those witnessing the flying at Belmont park New York Is a man who used to be one of the editors ot an Ohio newspaper According to his own confession his conscience bas been giving him some painful twinges ever since he saw the first aeroplan go up the other day When the Wright brothers were making their first experiments with flying out at Dayton everybody got the notion that they were a couple ot cranks he said After the first story or two which described what they were doing Ohio newspapers outside of Dayton declined to pay any attention to themThe Dayton correspondents used to be very active In sending out stuff but our office like many others got tlrtd of receiving it It got so that standing orders were issued in our office against printing anything about the Wrights When n story came In about what they were doing it went to the wastebasket The city editor when he received It Wright story would shout Another Wright yarn and then the office would give a whoop and crowd about as with an impressive gesture the story wens hung away And mind you this wits not as much as ten years ago either Everything Hew high at the big avia tion meet even lunch cpuuter prices A man strolled up to the edge of one costly lunch counter curd rested his elbow on the oilcloth Look hero said he Do you scale anything as low as 70 cents Yep replied the gentlemanly at tendant pork and beans Lead me on tun order exclaimed the customer A small platter was produced in n moment and as it slid toward him the man who wanted food bent his scruti ny upon It lie surveyed it carefully and then looking the attendant straight between the eyes spoke as follows Hero bran Come across I or dered a rimpUto dozen of bonus Youre three slay A lot of the aviators know what they are up against In the matter of danger Hud ley was asked whether he expected to Ily I cant say really you know an swered the IEnglishman Ive long since got over flying for the sport of the thing Its a bit of a tragedy a fllghtIsnt Itr Why cant they cheat about how high they go asked one of the sweet things on the lawn Ilecause the barograph wont let them said the sage with her Well Id take n piece of ice up with me lad hold it against the fool ish thing SAVED FROM AN- OPERATION ByLydiaE Pinkhams Vegetable Compound De Forest Wis operation ngoIward In both sides backache and a weakness The doc tor wanted mo to operation Plnkhams vegeta bio Compound and I am entirely cured of my troubles 1 ArorsTE VESIKUMANN DO For 1ustWisconsinAnother Avoided JTew Orleans LaFor years I suf fered from severe female troubles Finally I was confined to my bed and the doctor said an operation wasneces sary I gave Lydia E IMnkhamsVeg etable Compound a trial first and operntlonMrsLILyJEyItOUX Orleans La Thirty years of unparalleled success confirms the power of Lydia E Pink t hams Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases The great volume of 4 constuntlYjourIng E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Is a remarkable remedy for those dis tressing feminine ills from which so many women suffer 4 Ifyou wont special adviceabout your case writeto Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice la free and always lielpfXU nut the barograph doesnt regisici the cold her informer explained Its lust affected by pressure Then said slit finally Id press the piece of ice against IU Here is some of the comment over heard one evening when llnssey and Johnstone two of the Wright fliers wore fading out of sight In the twl light Whats become of the IloavMilj Twins Giess they have gone up to light the stars lust at that minute out popped iII tiny star Just abort the place where Tohnstones blplano hud disappeared Then came another thent a group finally the Little Hipper About all the stars that are visible this time of the year were out by the time the rl val aviators reached the ground A little crowd of newspaper men hurried over to Ilalpli Johnstone when he slid to earth after his Ung climb into the cloudless veiling skyI What kept you so long they ask cd Well I waited to make sure thai Arch Iloxsey wasnt going any higher and then I waited a little longer for good luck At that I heat him to the ground Dill you climb higher than IIox sey was time next query Well If his barograph says I didnt thou Ill never trust a barograph again As a matter of fact time Judges fig tired out that Iloxseys light overtop pod Johnstones by 120 foot but John stone did not know tint at the time British New Island Island Bathurst has Just been ex plored by a British government ex pcdltion It Is situated some fifty miles from Port Darwin northern Australia and has an area of IlSd square miles It Is un In1II 1111 ell but It is well watered with fresh running streams and has a fertile soil capable of growing rlre rubber cattle and tobacco Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA BRYAN AND HILL Each Accused the Other of Writing 1904 Platform The late David Bennett Hill and- y T Bryan lpossessed a high opinion of each others mental abilities accord ing to Congressman lames T Lloyd of the Democratic congressional committee At the Democratic national conven tion in St Louis in 1001 said Mr Lloyd Mr Hill and Mr Bryan were on the committee on resolutions the one representing the eastern conserva tives and the other the western ng gresslves Mummy of the biggest Demo crats in the nation were on that com mittee Time committee worked all afternoon and nil night over a platform each wing of the party fighting every inch of the way The following morn lug when the committee adjourned Mr 11111 was met outside the committee room Uavo you agreed on a platform l he was asked We have said the senator Who wrote It BryanAt same time some one else stopped Mr Bryan who also said the committee was ready to report Who wrote the platform 7 he was askedDave 11111 he replied And I tell you Mr Bryan went on that Hill is one of the strongest men men tally I have ever met MORE FOREIGN STUDENTS One American Agricultural College Has Sixteen Sixteen students representing six foreign countries have enrolled this year in the College of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin The lar gent delegations are from China Mdx ico and South America Jose Legula the son of the president of Peru South America Is enrolled In the College of Agriculture and after completing the four year course will return to his native laud to take charge of his large estate Another distin guished member of the foreign colony Is Vladimir V uauieuskl who has been sent to Wisconsin university with a special commission from the Run sinn government to specialize In horti cultureSouth Africa is represented by two men C J F1 Sciiutte of Pretoria and 11 J IL Trow of Johannesburg who are entered In the four year course B II Pallt is the one representative of India Ills home is in Calcutta Seven Chinese students have enrolled nnd are under advisory direction of the Chinese ambassador at Washington They are T S Kuo M1 Y Loo C C Pan T Y Tang K S Woo II W Koh and Y II Tseng Mexico Is represented by Jesus de la R Fuentc of Matadores and F M Cardenas of Saltlllo A Good Move It is a good idea to have a clean ditch at each side of the road before winter The other day a farmer plow ed a good furrow out of each ditch of the road alongside his farm and he pulled the dirt over the grade with a road drag It was a neat thing to do The dirt put on the grade was not nough to make mud but enough to open a clear track for the water Into Jacb ditch M tW i I J POSTAL RANKS- STRIKE A SNAG Trouble Between Postoffice and l Treasury Departments FIGHT ON CERTIFICATE PLAN Treasury Officials Think Pass Book System BetterNo Banks Before 1911 and Then Only Experimental Ones Objections Raised to Hitchcocks IdeasIt upon Investigation that most Important features for the opera tlou of the postal savings bank sys tern remain to be settled by the board of trustees It probably will not lIe before Jan 1 1111 that the govern inent will be ready to give the system Us tlrst trial In the limited number ol second class otllcos one In each state where deposItorlQS are to bo established for this trial Owing to conflicting statements from olllclal quarters there has been sonic misundcrstailtllug of the situation af feeling the starting of operations li seems that after nil the cortltljcate ot deposit scheme which has attracted so much attention has not been finally approved While Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh Is understood to favor the ccrtlllcate of deposit plan of Postmas ter General Hitchcocks conception if it he found feasible after further In vestigation subordinate officials of the treasury department are holding out J for the old fashioned pass book At least they hold that there are radical features of the new Idea which require careful consideration before the olllclal formalI stamp of approvalI IIs placed upon It These treasury skep tics are keeping the subject alive The principal objections raised tot hi certificate plan ore four In number Time points Involved mire as to the consistency with the provisions of the postal bank law itself the liability to loss of cortlllnites in cases where de positors become possessed of a large thllIUlItt certificates even when necessity does I not compel It owing to the case of converting then limbot money and the interest computing complications which might dojirive depositors of their Just returns To start with the tlrst ob jection raised by the treasury experts IIs this The law provides that no person shall have an account at more than one postotllce I that no person shall deposit more thim 100 In a single month and that he shall not have a total de posit of more tthan SHOO It is argued that under the postollice system as it stands at present it would be hard to keep check on the person who sought to establish more thus one account lie might buy a certificate at one oliice and later buy one at n nearby voice Time second objection Is that a depositor would In time accumulate a large bunch of certificates of small denomination some of them he might carry around with him losses would be frequent and the making good of these losses through time Issuance of duplicates would be cumbersome The most important objection it Is declared Is the third on the list It Is pointed out that one of the main purposes of the Ipostal savings banks Is to encourage thrift among the working classes who ordinarily do not pat ronize private banks The case is cited of the man who carries some of the certificates in his pocket whereas pass books are usually kept at home except when deposits are made Many times it is declared a deposi tor would be tempted todrop in at the lostoflice after working hours and ash one of his certificates for no oth ir purpose perhaps than to buy cigars ot drinks when he would not think of drawing out money if the convenient equivalents were not burning holes in his pockets Finally there is the matter of interest The existing scheme provides for the issuance of certificates of various denomination from one dollar up tit smaller being convertible into out of the larger denomination But It is pointed out each certificate shows its own accrued interest When several ot small denomination were exchanged for one of larger denomination the Interest would date only from the issu nice of the latter A fifty dollar cer tificate for Instance it is stated byway of example could not very well be marked to show just how long in crcst had run on each dollar or five dollars of the aggregate Then again the depositor with a S 1i- Oor 100 or 500 certificate If he wished- to draw only part of his deposit must take out a new certificate thus losing back interest on the balance That there is a good deal of feeling between officials of the postofllco anti treasury departments respectively overtime situation cannot be denied At the ostou1ce department it is declared that if there Is unreasonable delay inputting the postal saying system In operation the fault will lie with the treasury officials who waited until all the preliminary plans had teen napped out by the committee desig nated by Postmaster General HItch- cock before showing any interest On the other side it is hinted that the postofflce department went ahead precipitately nnd that the treasury department wan not Invited td have n representative on the committee that worked out the scheme of operation p I have used Sloans Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured lifer This makes the third horse Ive cured Have rccominenucU It to my neigh born for thrush and they say it Is fine I find it the best Liniment I ever used I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neigh bars and I can certainly recom mend it for Colic S E SMITH McDonough Ga J Cured Thrush MR R W PARISH of Bristol IndR No zwritesI have used lots of your Liniment for horses and myself It is the best Liniment in the world I cured one of my horses of thrush Her feet were rotten the frogs came out she laid down most of the time I thought she would die but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down in the daytime now SLOAN LINIMENTshould be in every stable and applied at the first sign of lameness You dont need to rub it penetrates Will kill a spavinI curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and peedy remedy for fistulai l sweeney founder and thrush Price BOo and 100 Sloans book on hllr elf entile Deep mud Ipoultry sent free Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA DESSERTS GIRLS CAN MAKE During Vacation Time Try Some cf These Recipes IIor In good desseri make a rich soft chocolate cornstarch and flavor further with a tablespoonful or two of sherry Chill In the Ice chest serve In tall cone shaped glasses with whipped cream on each Decorate the Indi vid jal portions with halves of blanch ttl tilmoiulsI candled cherries and tiny bits of angelica A qulclr dainty to whip up Iin time chafing dloh Is toasted cheese sandwiches which are not widely known Wheatcn bread Is used for these Cui It In rather thick slices and trim orT the crusts Between each two slices put n thick slice of cheese Season if liked with salt and pnprika Melt In the blazer a tablespoonful of butter and when It roaches bubbling point lay In as many sandwiches the dish will hold atone time conveniently There must be room to turn them Have the hotplates ready near by When the bread IIs brown on one side turn and brown on the outer By this time the cheesy will l melted between them nnd tit sandwiches are ready to be enjoyed A good way to make use of canned I fruit while thus remains necessarily one of the resources of the home cnf term Is in combination with rice as follows Wash clean one cupful of rice and cook it In n little milk instead of wa ter using a double boiler Dissolve In cold water a tablespoonful of gela tin and beat this Into the rice while the latter Is still on the fire the mill being practically absorbed Add four or five tablespoonfuls of sugar to taste set Mt to cool and when cool add a scant half pint or less of whipped cream stiffly beaten and mold it Drain away most of the juice of a can of peaches and to what remains add sugar to form n sirup Simmer until the fruit is tender and until the signor has disappeared Chill the fruit pleasantly and group the halves around the rice mold when this is turned out on the platter Many good puddings are possible with the popular breakfast foods It is a suggestion that may be taken up when more elaborate Ideas fail Here Is a formula by which to prepare n wheaten cereal in dessert form Cook the cereal In milk instead of water and sweeten to taste Mold in cups and serve with chocolate custard sauce decorated with candied cher ries and bits of angelica The fruit salad combination usually served with French dressing is tasty by way of a change with white may onnaise A nice combination for it are cubes of ripe pineapple Malaga grapes a few English walnut or pecan meats some candled cherries some carefully seeded told cut up oranges or part oranges and part shaddock Mix this combination with a little mayonnaise with lemon Juice Instead of vinegar and just before combining It with the fruit add half the amount of stiflly whipped cream Any slim itching is a tempertester The inure you scratch the worse it itch eSnoalls Ointment cure piles ec zema any skin itching At all drugstores Pear Salad Pare mid remove the cores from large ripe pears Fill the centers with a mixture of chopped celery English walnut meats and mayonnaise dress Ing Arrange around the edge of a round tint salad dish and fill the center with cream cheese which has been mixed with cream and forced through a Hne potato ricer T THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 19i 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can get The Breckenridge News AND TH- ELollisviIIe Times So BOTH ONEYEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of cor respondentsCovers Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reportstDemocratic in politics but fairto everybody i i Send Your Subscrip tion Right Away to this paper not to The Louisville Time- sSubscribe Right Now I Some Coal is Like Paper11V1rJo IUJ7 ertm I It catches fire quickly and burns up more1m1m tmJ quickly Result the minimum of I teal heat Some coal is like rock it will II Hardly catch fire at all IJlOne Coal is The Happy Medium III THATS OURS IJlit Burns Long and Brightly ResultThe Maximum of Heat I Ias jl Lewis=Is agent for I THE HAPPY MEDIUMI U I Order Winter Supply Now Spoitsyille or Baskett Coal And Youll be Satisfied I- H j = r+ ssa tMrnVln s reVln n aM J EVERY FARMERAs well as every business man should have n hank account a WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else VVi pethodYourr It gives you a better standing with business men J + Money in the bank strengthens your credit T A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services f The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Cod vHardinsburr Kv 4Ar L w t ifr I I 1 a I- w iy J- j I- cL 1 JIThe Famous I EFFICIENT DIRT ROAD IMPLEMENT Construction and Methods of Using a Plank Drag WORKS BEST ON MOIST SOIL Better Results Achieved by First Crowning Roadway Witha Blade GraderHow to Operate the Machine Successfully How to construct and use one of the most useful and handy devices for im proving earth roads is described in the Breeders Gazette by Professor L Wrr Chase of tho Nebraska experiment sta station who says f v Tho split log drag or as It Is com mpnly called the King drag Is with KINO ROAD DRAG MADE OF PLANES out doubt the best Implement for keep Ing roads In shape and In many In stances Is us efficient as any other Im plement In the construction of earth roadsThe King drag can be constructed of either a split jog or a plank but In Nebraska the plank Is much easier to obtain than the log hence this brief description pertains to the construction from planks Select a good yellow pine ash or oak plank two Inches thick twelve inches wide and fourteen feet long Cut this in two at an angle so that one edge of each piece Is seven feet six inches long and the other edge Is six feet six Inches long Spike to the back and along the center of each of these planks a two inch by six inch piece which reehforces the plan Bore the holes for the cross stakes about twen ty slx inches apart and four inches from each end with It two and onehalf Inch aUer using care to keep the auger perpendicular to the plankI The two inch by four Inch brace at the front end should start froth the middle of the rear plank and drop to the bottom part of the front plank The blade i hlch Is generally made of stock cutter steel should be given the proper cut ing slope by placing a wedge shaped strip between It and the plank One end of the chain is fastened to a stake and the other passes crossI bole in the plank and Is held in posi tion by means of a pin The use of tho drag is more antis lactory It the road has first been crowned with a blade grader but whenever this is not convenient and Does Not l Dont use a over one strain on your mellow light that izes the work of Lamp gives and The Rayo is best light and it RdyOIIt has a strong that is held firm gives added brass and keep polished but no other lamp any price Once a Rayo trs Evtryiekt II net at mar 10 the nearest andardIncorporated Oil tEe raffle Is not too henry the road may be gradually brought to n crown by means of the drag The surface of the average country road should be covered In one round with the drag One horse should be driven on the Inside of the wheel track and the other on the outside the drag being set by metals of the chain so that it Is running at nn anglel of fort nvc degrees with the wheel track and working the earth toward the center of the road In the spring when the roads are more likely to be DIRT ROAD BEFORE DRAGGING rutty and soft It Is generally better to go over the road twice and In some places oftener The drug should be floored with boards which are separated by open spaces of sulllcient width so that the dirt which falls over will rattle through and yet they should be close enough so that the driver can move about upon the drag quite freely To Insure the successful operation of the drag It Is necessary for the driver to use careful judgment Sometimes it Is essential that the blade be held down so that the drag will cut roots und weeds vhlle at other times the front edge should not bear too heavily upon the surface as it will dig out a soft place which would be better if left undisturbed This regu- latIon of the cutting edge can be ac complished by the driver moving back and forth or to the right and left on the drag If the road Is to be crowned with the drag It Is often well to plow a light furrow along the sides and work this loosened dirt to the renter On roads with heavy traflli the drag should be used much oftener and with more care than on roods with light trafficThe distance from the drag nt which the team Is hitched affects the cutting A long hitch permits the blade to cut deeper than a short hitch likewise n heavy doubletree will cause the cut ting edge to settle deeper than a light one t There are very few periods of iw year when the use of the drag does not benefit tho road but it does the best work when the soil is moist and yet not too sticky This is frequently within n halt days time after a rain When the earth Is in this state It works the best and the effects of work ing it are fully as beneficial as at any other time The Nebraska soils when mixed with water and thoroughly worked become remarkably tough and impervious to ruin and if compacted In this condition they become extreme ly hard This action of the soil in be coming HO bard and smooth not only helps to shed tho water during a rain but also greatly retards the formation of dust 0You Read The Blue Grass I Farmer Edition of The = Lexington Heraldp This is the regular Monday morning news edition containing in addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news portaimnjr to tho fanning interests of the Blue Grrass section of Kentucky 91UU61 Aft 00JanuaryMoro than fourteen months of a good news am farm paper combined for the above small amount Order now ana got advantage of the full time i THE LEXIIVGTpNi JHEJRALP LEXINGTON Incorporated KENTUCKYC 1 1 n 1 1 So Ouch lias boon written and said pertaining to tilt great bemflis from the use of the road drag Unit many people beginning the use of It become discouraged before they are well start ed They should not feel thus as it often takes n whole season for the rond to become properly puddled and baked to withstand the rains und trot fie After u road has been worked with a drag only It short time It is not well to expect It to stand up to heavy traf tic during continued damp spell with out being affected However it will take fur heavier traffic than most earth roads receive to more than scuff up the surface During the four years that the writer has observed the road shown In the Illustrations only once has It ever become so soft that teams were not hauling a ton and a half of coal In each toad over It Even in the fall of 1000 teams were delivering UfiOO pounds of coal at a load to the university farm boiler house before the roads became frozen It is not well to consider the benefits from a good road as solely confined to heavy tralllc for there Is no doubt that the time saved to light vehicles TilE SAME HOAD AFTER THREE YEARS DRA OINJ and the greater pleasure derived from their use over good roads far surpass the economy In hlaIvy hauling While driving over a well frowned smooth road the team does not hove to follow the usuali rut no s11I kIll ha to lie 111III IrwrnliirltlH + In tit surface and It mtiitcrs our vlitihci ono fir two linr tx n n iiiina driven Dyspepsia is our national affluent Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens stomach membranes promotes flow of digestive juices purities the bloodI builds you up Its Sanitary This Kitchenette Kitchenette apartments arc the nat ural antI logical outgrowth of the demand for home life by people of somewhat restricted Incomes They are cozy and Inviting enough to mean homes to people who otherwise might be forced into boarding houses or tin I1 IIICIiIU IIIPR3Pp n IllT tU vVT SJA BAN1TAUY CORNER furnished room life both of which have many drawbacks and are want Ing in real comfort The housewife though mistress of an entire house may gather some good points for her kitchen from the kitchenette Illustrat ed in Good Housekeeping with Its tiled floors and walls porcelain sink and ninrhtc topped tab- leChhdren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSOASTORIA A Delicious Cake Beat one cup of putter to a cream and gradually beat in three cups of sugar says the Boston Cooking School Magazine Sift together three times four cupfuls of sifted pastry flour and OB CREAM CAKE RAISIN AND ALMOND + DECORATION three rounding teaspoonfuls of baking powder Add one cup of milk to the butter and sugar alternately with the flour mixture lastly beat In the whites of one dozen eggs beaten dry Bake in layers und put Together with a boiled frosting One hilt the recipe may bebaked In two layer cake pans about 11 by 17 inches The full recipe makes n very large cake The cake 1Is of very delicate texture Decorate tui Icing with the split halves of almonds and raisins III have been somewhat costive but Doans Regulets gave Just the result de sired They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly George B Krause 806 Walnut Ave Altoona Pa Joys of The Press 15 cents the copylrNtwgOfflcty d 1 1 For His Sake My husband begged me to take Cardui writes Mat WaverlyVaI greed to try it Before I had betteruBeforeI I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but nowI am all right soTake keCARDUI The Womans Tonic You know Cardui will help you because It has helped others who were in youItcine for sick women but a tonic for weak women Being made from mild gentle vegetable ingredi ents it is perfectly harm less and has no bad aftereffectsCardui be relied youTryAt all druggists TUNA A REMARKABLE FISH Swaggering Musketeer of the Sea It the Largest of the Game or Bony Flthe Charles Frederick Holder the California naturalist thus describes that remarkable fish the tuna The tuna Is a pelaglo fish a free lance an ocean rover a sort of swaggering musketeer of the sea the largest of what may be termed the game or bony fishes attaining a maximum weight of nearly 2000 pounds and an approxi mate length of fourteen feet or more Such a fish is very exceptional though specimens weighing 1500 pounds have been taken on the New England coast I once entered a school in a big launch The school divided to port and starboard as we passed through It and I had a view of one or two fishes that appeared to be more than half as long as the boat These fishes spend the winter In warm latitudes and migrate north as far as the mouth of the St Lawrence They are found in the MedltermnelnI I and north to tho yet so far the efforts of anglers ex cept at Santa Catalina have fajled to take them with the rod Even here there Is a stretch of but eight miles or so where they can be satisfactorily played and taken with rod and reelThis region lies on the north side of Santa CatalIna from Avalon to Long Point and to the east as many more facing the north and generally smooth more like a Scottish loch than a fishing ground 20 miles out to sea NEW FACT ABOUT LINCOLN TOLD BY HIS BODYGUARD Did Guard Liave His Post the Night Lincoln Was Shot Colonel VIIIIiiin II Crook who was Lincolns bodyguard brings up n uiw point regarding Ilia prcsliliiits ussas slnntiou In Ills recently published hook of reuilnlsfiiiccs Through Ilve Ad ministrations ColonelI Crook writes I1 hove often wondered why the neg ligence of till guard who accompanied the president to the theater on the night of the Mill his never been dl vulged So far us I know It wns not even Invostlguted by the police de partment Yet hail he done his duty I believe President Lincoln would not Have been murdered by Booth The man was John Parker It was the custom for the guard who accompa pled the president to the theater to remain in the little passageway out side the bos that passageway through which Booth entered Mr Bucking ham who was the doorkeeper at Fords theater remembers that a chair was placed there for the guard on that evening of the 14th whether Parker occupied It at all I do not know If he did he left It almost immediately for he confessed to me the next day that he went to a seat at the front of the first gallery so that he could see the play To me it is very probable that the fact that there was no ono on guard may have determined the time of the attack Knew She Was Right An auction was announced of the library and household effects of a man who had onco entertained in a lavish way and among tho persons who went to the sale wore many who had en Joyed the fallen familys hospitality When a sot of afterdinner cups was put up one woman said There are only five of those not six The auctioneer consulted his catalogue and replied Thank you yqu aro right and proceeded with the sale Then tho woman whispered to tho ono next to her I knew I was right because my Tiuabaho Mopped one of that Mt the last time we diaed there j Cc z er Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 f71 H5 143 HI 1461I 142 144 H9STATIONS Dilly D11701pmf440pme4OamI l I IS1 HOF1112 XI- fOf5 OJ f9 09 MKIJOUA 42 f2 13 108 f5 11 014 STITEd fJ M 1207 tT 02 r5 11 KATlIllVN MS 01 wIOOJ 50t5t5 31 I 30 lUKTLKS fll 00 to 40 fa 37 fit 34 HOOK IIAVItNrim 45 fit fa 43 fll 40 LUNG HUANC1I fit 37 to HI5 52 0 49 HaANDENatJRG11 2 025659 IaaOsto1101 ft031 flO 10 W1llstElt flO7 154 3laiilOM flu 37 SAMPLE I108T ft 22 514f7f704 flO 50 HOLT no1B f5 OH U a mil 20 7 15 11 00 iiSlutSfll 12 fid 0ft027 f7 I 43dIiI 17 55 45an37fa114 tftf 23UU 03 fa 1 01IUTCILi 13 112iJi ins3 i1210pm O WENS 8Hfi 3 S fs45 nS ii ST 8 40 CON WAY f1 1 fOilf1317 33 f8 57 f2 27 SlANLY 3Jf8t140 fl12iI f61f163f617 8i 9 18 SPOTTSVILLE 7 58 f3 11 0 It8 III fO 24 HASKETT 7 id f3 07 00S = 1 30 U 42 105 HENDEKSON 300 139 2 55 555um 30140umf Stops on Signal Whore no time shown trains ix NOT STOP StLouis man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 1J1 will stop at stations west of Clovorport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharaelpassengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle Hast Hound Second Class list Class 1st Class Second Cluj 9 7 113 112 8 10 I PussellSTATIONS Mlxedlllz8l1DILllySunday Sunday Dully Dully Sunday Sunday 645pm 5 3Oam Ii lOam Lv Irvlngton Ar 10 lOam 4I 15pm 11 10pm 10Mf700103Ufj20s723 U 1J sll4 Junction s9 22 s2 25 5731 6111 Il54cm Hardlnsburg sO17x2 10 1010f7501757 U45 f1215 McQuady 18 50 120 954 s810 159 slJ27 Glendeane s8 45 si 00 tlM10 7tIlt 1236 Dempster s836 s1245 043 936f83uc1f81842 730 fl250 Oaksf818 f 12 13 0 23 915Ii9 3 10 RARLINOTON 45 9kiI- souno Between Dempster and Falls of ROUKhTn SJCOIIIIClus2SThis Tlmo Tnhlo wont31 24 26 32 InwelToctsuntiuytuneMixedp Passenger Passenger Mixed Monday Monday Wednl y WudnIitJDully IdOnlyI ml0I I I I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business Is If you do you Way 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 mime 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 yam are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If 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 time purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick saltt Jno D Babbage 950 07 acres 3tf miles north of hardp InsburR near tho Brandenburg road Well watered plenty of timber for Improvements trouble Log house small stable Good rich for H jrloy tobacco luUdlflueTerms further Information ffrltuIno D lUbbuKO Cloverport Ky 3 300 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 3 miles from irvincton well watered I lays well toad YOUDg orchardgood YILrdstrol1dwelling wIth kitchen on back porch two turn buck b rns In lJ thoOcld moatand hen house wood shed will nollon easy payments plenty addressJuoCO 000 Ic9r 1W acres tour mlleswestofs OlemJoaneJ Smiles from branch culttvatton corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell lag log dwelling X rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Trice IOOO H cash POR SALEA farm containing 250 acres and under fence A oleo cottage cf five 15 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with u store room over It two goof stock barns i ono tenant house about 50o apple and peach trees also pears quinces and apricots moM l all kinds of small fruits Including a nlovlnyard of choicest grapes SOO acres cleared balance In woods 15 acres In grass j sever t f groves of black locust sufficient for posts i wire tho whole farm In It lies near Rkmi on Li H St L Itt price Is 15000 n lout and easy payments Pon SALEA splendid stand for a druggist 1 physicIan In a surroundf by good prosperous farmers This Is Ju+ i the place for some young physician to strp i Into a good practtcn and a good drug busmen An old established physician wants to rotlr Is tha mason for selling For furtherparth- ulars address JNO D BADiIAGE Uloyer port Ky 11Mr ror- oHAVE you ever triod to sell your old I clothes The only way you can soil them is to talk about thou show then and keep after the person until you get the money in your pocketbook Its tho same way with everything else you have to talk about it before you can soil itIud tho best way 4 to be heard is through tho homo paper Put an ad in the want column at lea word an ad in the locals at lOc u lino and you will soil that pld stove that baby buggy or gasoline on gine This can bo done through THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS G 9 qi IJ I LISTENTOTHEBAND I And Make Money at Home Next Wednesday November I16th r h J Iln4n 7 at Irvington Kyoat 11 oclock a m- AT 1Ji THEc CF LOT SALE OF SANDY COURT ftIOOI 4 1 74 Two Cash Prizes OfferedI One Lot Given Away FreeF Two Auctioneers Lots go to the Highest Bidder Easy Payments TERMS Onethird Cash balance 6 and 12 months 3 per cent discount BANDY COURTHigh and dry one square from Postoffice and one square from Depot A select place I for homes M No lots will be sold to negroes YOU MAKE THE PRICENOT US The lots go to the highest bidder Ow of Trvingtons Handsome Hotws CLBandy Court is the prettiest place in Irvington and it was only through a streak of good luck that we are able to open it to the public and give them a chance to buy it at their own price People are tired of paying rent and all thorough business people are looking for every opportunity to buy lots to sell and build on A 5 big crowd is expected at this great sale so come and T have a chance at these beautiful lots V JfI IRVINGTONf The Western Kentucky Metropolis a This is no idle dream but bids fair to soon become a reality Division point of LtH St L Ry The most popular and important town between Louisville and Henderson O The best town for Manufacturers in the State Natural gas in large quantities makes fuel cheap First class railroad facilities Excellent labor and every at traction to manufacturers Irvington Today Irvingtons Not an idle man or woman in 1910 Record town Everybodys making money People wanting homes ColA 10000 College building erec lege Students wanting board ted 0000 Coal Tipple built Building lots are increasing in Twentyfive new residences and value a 3000 Church erected I Henderson Route is Now Erecting a Round House FIVE YEARS FROM NOW- At the present rate of increae Irvington will havea population of 5000 Lots selling now at 75 and 100 will fee out of reach of the man in ordinary circumstancesICome to See Our Town Wednesday November 16 buildinglotIrvington for every kind of business enterprises If you are looking tor a place to make a good living a place to Invest your money a place to build a home write us at once MOREMEN AKERS IRVINGTON 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