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The Breckenridge news: January 18, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911011801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 18, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO VOL. XXXV . P R. IN T. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1911. Paces AN EASTERN No. 28 C A DTIIrtI I A lC SHAKES CLOVERPORT Frightens Oast Sunday ied By A Side-Occurs Louisville Daily Herald and News ' STAR CHAPTER In Cloverport-Beauti-f- ul Early Morning-Accompa- n- Roar Of Noise Came From South y FRIGHTENED $2.75 Both One Year for $2.75 Organized Work Taken This oiler only good during this month. Send your orders to The Daughters and Up By The Wives MANY IN TOWN BRECKENRIDGE NEWS STIFF'S TRIAL Witnesses Were is Held Of The Masons. TWENTY CHARTER MEMBERS. An Eastern Star Chapter was organized in Cloverport on Tuesday January 10th., with the following charter members: Mrs. Delia Conrad, Mrs. Nancy Tanner, Mrs. Lizzie Lightfoot, Mrs. Delia Morrison, Mrs. Lafayette Reid, Mrs. Ella Moorman, Mrs. Ada Payne, Mrs. Nell Fraize, Mrs. Maude Oelze, Mrs. J. W. Pate, Miss Elizabeth Sklllman, Miss Lula Severs, Miss Edith Plank, Miss Eva Plank, J. W. Pate, C. W. Moorman, J. B. Severs, S. P. Conrad, G. II. Morrison and R. L. Oelze. The following were chosen as officers: Mm. Delia Conrad, W. M.; C. W. Moorman, W. P.; Miss Lizzie Skill-maA. W. M.; Mrs. Ella Moorman, C; Mrs. Lafayette Reid, A. C; .Mrs. Maude Oelze, Secy.; Mrs. Lizzie LlghK foot, Treas.; Miss Eva Plank, Adah; Miss Edith Plank, Ruth; Miss Lula Severs, Esther; Mrs. Ada Payne, Martha; Mrs. Nell Fraize, Elseta; Mrs. Delia Morrison, Marshal; Mrs. Nancy Tanner, Chaplain. The Chapter was organized and set to work by Mrs. Josephine Tinder. Grand Sec'y. , assisted by Mr. H. T. Brooks, of Bright Star Chapter and Mrs. Jas. Brpwn, of Queen Esther Chapter. No I wound from which he Dr. Milner said he had known ' dark. the boy ten years, and thought his Rev. Mr. Lewis lumped Into his cloth mind was all right. He also knew es, thinking that little Wm. Glen Har- his mother and father and their minds daway haa fallen from his bed. He were sound. says "social affairs had stirred up the Mrs. Stiff, Richard's mother, said town." earth- her son had been acting very strange However, there was a real for quite a while and caused her great quake; it even shook the oil in the uneasiness. Said he at night and often took his gun to the ' f. barn with him. Miss Blanch Stiff, sister of the deRev. Lusk's Family fendant, was present when the shootr ill n.,n Tn Pl!7ihllif nwn ing occurred, and said her brother ? came in the room with a double-barrRev. W. A. Lusk, of Alabama, moved shotgun and asked Burch what he was here this week and is occupying the doing in there. Burch replied that he Sinclair cottage on Mulberry street. He just came in to see him. Stiff then is one of the editors of the Baptist told him to get out. Burch got up to Forum, published at Atlanta and will go out of the room and Stiff shot him spend only a small part of the time nere before he got out. Jno. P. Haswell, Jr., represented Rev. Lusk is a with his family. the defendant and Jesse Eskridge the brother-in-la- w of Mr. C. E. Keith. Commonwealth. JEUzabethtown News. Following are some of the witnesses: Will Peters, Henry Sam Bassett, Hill 'Billies Will Be Made Happy Parr, Bill Johnson, Alex Barger, Dr. J B. Frymire, Dr. Wm. Milner, J P. Neither the Cow Heelers nor the Pig- Troutman, Mrs. Lucy Speak, Mrs. eon Roosters will get' a spark of gas Sarah Burch, Mrs. Geo. Still, Mr. and until' the "Hill Billies" get lights and Mrs. G. B. Burch. fires. "The people on the hill shall get gas first" said Mr. Tague. A sup-pl- y Only Candidate is expected Saturday from the well gun-shot Had Clover port been tucked In a cradle, she couldn't have trot a better g rocking than she did Sunday morning when the city was sound asleep. The earthqnake was felt distinctly by many citizens here. JLf Dr. Chas. Llghtfoot said it came from the south and occurcd nineteen min-- t utes past- one o'clock. He had not re- . i tired and was stanuing oy ine mantei In his room at home. Dr. Llghtfoot said he had noticed earthquakes before but never knew one to be accompanied by a sound. One young lady thought burgulars were trying to enter her home and she screamed for her "mama and papajV and went down stairs and got 'In bed with them; the first time since she was a tiny girl when she was afraid of the a 1 A. -- 1 WONDERFUL AT PHELON'S'FACTORY FREE Continued For February Term of Spelling Battle At McDaniels Court-Many Present-St- iff Without Bail. The case of Richard Stiff who Is charged with shooting Dan Burch, was tried at Hardinsburg Monday and continued for the February term of court. Stiff was held over without ball. Dr. Milner was the first witness heard. He said he found Burch with the died. was-restles- s el ' across from "the Kicking Post" where Lawrence Finn, the incumbent, is so the drillers are meeting with wonderWheny is contractor far the only candidate for Railroad ful success. E. E. Commissioner In the First District, in and with him are Bob Snyder, driller, which a convention will be held at and Verue Dllton, tool dresser. Bowling Green Aueust 31 to nominate a candidate for the Democrats. County Mr. Nicholas Dead conventions will be held August 12 to elect delegates and candidates must file "Word was received here Monday by written notice with the District ComMr. and Mrs. Robert Nicholas announc-- . mittee by June 3. There are thirty-nin- e counties in the district. If there ina the death of their son, Lafe Ntch- lolas, who died in California December Is only one entry, the committee will 1. He was the father of Miss Pauline meet June 0 and declare him the nominee. Nicholas, of this city. The largest delivery of tobacco this Beautiful Book Concerning Winseason was herMonday. The wagons Breckenridge County Spellwere lined up from High Street around ter Resorts Along The Queen Second Street to Phelon's Factory, ers Victorious And. Cresent Line Sent Sixty or more loads were received. Among them were: Abe Corley, 1140 Upon Request Talking about Bret Hart's story of pounds; Alex Hall, 1000 pounds; Abe the "Spelling Bee at Angels" It was as McGavock, 4000 pounds; J. H. Basham, A most beautiful and valuable book nothing compared to the great spelling 2000 pounds; Wm. Snyder, Reynolds contest which took placd last week be Station; Jim Phillips, Balltown; James of seventy nacres with illustrations nnd tween the good spellers of Grayson Furrow, 1400 pounds; Walter Brickey, statistics concerning winter resorts in the South, hotel rates and much other and Breckenrldgo counties. It was a over 2000 poudds. important information, lias- just been battle royal with all the county pride 000 issued by the Queen & Cresont Route of the two neighboring counties cenLeonard Keenan brought in a load of and will be sent free to prospective in the outcome. It looked like tered all the hard words In Webster's Dic- tobacco for J. J. Keenan, who had a tourists. No ucrson who exnects to tionary would have to be given out be- crop of 0000 pounds. The former said spend anytime In the south this winter fore the contest could be determined. raising tobacco was starving to death should not bo without one of these Dub spellers represent- and he had a notion to go to Kansas lications. The book is in the nature of There were forty-siing Grayson County and a like number where Cal Bardette was getting $33 a a directory of all the Important places in 1'iorlua, Alabama, the Carolinas, representing Breckenridge. The bat- month. Louisana, Georgia, Cuba and the Batle took place at McDanlels in Breck000 enridge county. It came near being W. A. Weltstein, of Floral, was in hama Islands, with generous illustrat His load was ions of the more important losorts and an all day conflict and those who stood early with his tobacco In the two lines as contestants were so small he said he was ashamed to tell points of interest. Among the numere likenesses are those of weary and tired out before the end came the number of pounds but a little is ous High Bridge, the incline at Lookout At times it looked like Grayson would better than none. Mountain, Battery Park Hotel, win as several of the Breckenridge 000 Interesting FloridaandCuban spellers were knocked out of line J. P. Keenan, of Tar Fork, was in scenes and hotels. The cover design is by words they could not spell and then Monday with his fifth load of the red the reproduction of a scene on the East again the'tids of battle set In toward leaves. Altogether his crop amounted Coast of Florida and depicts in realis Breckenridge. Thoso people who think to 11000 pounds. tic fashion the ocean waves and steam that spelling is no longer well taught ers in the distance and the palmettos 000 been at in our schools should have The country boys and girls Wm. Snyder was here with his third and vegtation In natural colors on the who stood in thoso lines were broken load from Victoria. He raised 5OOO shore the latter being characteristic of the perpetual climate conditions of by a nftssed-tyoand toward the last pounds of tobacco. that charming country. A large outo 00 when only a few of the best were left lay of money was required In the' proon each side it appeared as if the dicWill Jones brought in a load o 1 100 any word they pounds for Wm. Ryan, of Victoria. Mr. duction of this book, which was issued tionary did not contain could not spell. The last four contest- Ryan has a total of 4000 pounds of to- for the convenience of the patrons of the Queen & Crescent Route. Parties ants were Miss Florence Dunn, Mr. bacco. anticipating a trip to the south this Armes, Miss Rhea Galloway and Miss winter will be cheerfully supplied with 000 Suda White. At the end it was a Henry Mays, of McQuady, brought a copy of the book free of cost by dropwoman who won, proving that they are ping a postal card to W. A. Beckler, the best spellers. The victory went his tobacco here. He had 1400 pounds. General Passenger Agent, Queen & to Breckenridge county when Armes, 000 Crescent Route, Cincinnati, Ohio. A of Grayson missed "decision" and Miss G W. Powders, 6T Hancock county, careful stuy of the publication will Dunn spelled it correctly and Breckenbrought about 1200 pounds. He lost ridge won the contest and the honor two and a haf acres last fall by the fully acquaint the unintiated with the best there is in the land of perpetual which went with it. heavy rains. summertime. x n, half-ton- Bilt-morea- Place Like Kentucky rd Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclose find one dollar for the News in 1011. It is a pleasure for me to read the News and see weat my old friends are doing. We are having a fine winter for here. We have had no sleighing yet, and there has been no ice out here yet, but there are ten or twelve inches of Ice on the ponds. It is great snort to so fishintr kerel through the ice. Each allowed ten lines. We cut the Ice and set the lines on for mac man is holes In what is Business By Carloads Green Bros., of Falls of Rough, ship ped a car load of ponies to Greenfield, ihlo. last week to be used In newspaper tontests. Friday thev shipped a car load of lumber and a car load of flour knd feed. They ordered four more ars for lumber to be shipped this ek. Attorney Friend Being Boosted For Congress. Attorney Robert Friend, of Irvine, was In the city for a day last Thursday enroute to his home from Millersburg, whete ho has been visiting friends several days. Mr. Friend is one of the coming young attorneys of the Tenth District and his friends are boosting him for the next standard bearer of Enjoys Traveling. Democracy to oust Congressman Lang-le- y. Mr. Friend was strongly spoken of When a man rides on the train every in the convention, which nominated Ly seems he would like to stop when Floyd Byrd, chiefly on account of his T I l ...in friendship among all factions of the .f oot, passenger conductor on the Hen- - party in the Tenth. Richmond Climax. k . I- I- 4.1 ii ill I a. 1 (111 ivuu iiuvD iiuu flvvvttti L i-- mw- - Mrs. Edgerton Dead. . 1 Mrs. Mary Wills Edgerton, formerly U ... J .of this place, died in Howe, Howard t t.nnt. Wwt still holds many promises to county, Arkansas, December 29. She was born in Cloverport March 12, I853. who will come and live there. She was a cousin of Charles and Joseph Smart, of this place. The deceased is Can't Always Tell. well remembered by the older people tliA vAnfl lo IT l 11 trial lA 1 1 a VK .Allljm(v U A US ft WW rt rha b 4W wink! nrr crfff In of the town and county. Irvlngtan, cannot be Judged by the Almost A Dull Boy. There is probably not a banker in Kentucky who sticks closer to his books onged to Mr, and Mrs, Chamberlain. ni thanO. T. Sklllman, cashier of The iJ.. rp,l,, Bank, Mr. Skillmaa lost ya Jeft In th car of Mr. McGloth- - Breckenridge only two days from the bank last year, Th dog seems to have adoptee fc nearly all work aad ho play. wwi in. wWck M nitf uuukw um im . L. i n JB J J.. ',.1 i . t MV KDUHflVBlL. -I. lumul Oriahal atul kls nrafitnt one. lUUUQUV W. M. Beavin, of McQuady, brought Mr. Beavin in a load of II35 pounds. is a member of St. Mary's In The l5ear Mr. Babbage: I want to extend Misses Ida Belle Ater and Mirl Woods and says Father Knue is doing my thanks to the good help I had in my Basham attended church at Union Star a great work there. sale, which was the good advertising last Sunday, and were the guests of e country through a lively and Mrs. John Rollins. paper and one of the best auctioneers in Pat Kyan hauled in some more toMiss Nannie Gibson was the guest the county, Col. H. J. Gorsuch. Things bacco for John Ryan, of Victoria, who of Mrs. Byron Beauchamp, of Stephbrought a good price. had 4000 pounds. ensport last week. If you want to have a nice, clean sale, Miss Ava Belle Henry, of Brandena clean paper and then first advertise in e is at J. H. Gibson, whose burg, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. auctioneer. The Stephensport, delivered 2300 pounds get a clean, first-clas- s of Brown last week. News and Col. Gorsuch are sure to give tobacco from his farm at Holt. satisfaction. I want to thank one and Mrs. OHIe Burch and daughter and I remain, all for your noble service. Miss Cora Brown, of Rhodella, were in The most remarkable man of the to- town one day last week. Dan Miller. your friend, bacco men was W. R. Beatty, of Jan. 13, Lodiburg, Ky. A. M. Hardin was in Irvington last Ryan's, about ten mile3 from town. week on business. Mr. Beatty is eighty-thre- e years of age Ride Ends In Calaboose Sam Brown was the guest of friends Just think of itl A half century and at Brandenburg last week. more than a score, and able to sit up Coleman Haswell was in our town Two boys at Glen Dean were put In all night and start to town at 4 o'clock Friday for jumping on mov- the next morning. He said he got so last week. the lock-uing trains. The marshall had warned cold on his wagon that he got numb and The social given by Mrs. Deacon last had to walk for a while to stir up his Friday evening was an enjoyable af. them several times to desist. blood. "But, I am just a boy," said fair. Those present were: Misses Mr. Beatty, "and I have nothing to Ava Belle Henry, Nina Hardin, Mamie Smart For His Age. boast of except an appetite". Some of Adkisson, Annie L Hardin, Eraaree the boys accused him of having a jug Bandy, Alma Keys, Vanda Robertson, Lodie Thompson Bernard, the son of on his wagon nnd he declared if one Annie Keys, Estelle Deacon, Allle Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bernard and the had been on it, he would have been Keys, Nannie Payne, Lucille Parr, grand-so- n of Mrs. Francis Thompson, is afraid of its contents. Messrs. Allen Bandy, Roscoe Keys, one of the smartest little friends the s, Nath. Basham, Gorman St. Clair, Real Estate Transfers News editor has. He is just four years Hubert Keys, Hewitt Gibof age and works in the field with his son, Will Avltt, Paul Payne, Eddie father; he knows his letters and can Mary L. Seaton tu J. D, Seaton 169 Bruse, Roscoe Deacon, Lonnle Keys, pick The Breckenridge News out of a acres, consideration $2100. Wallace Parks. bunch of papers. Walter Adkisson, our blacksmith, J. D. Seaton to Mary L. Seaton house says he did the biggest day's work one and lot in Cloverport, $1125. day last week that was ever done in Money To Burn. He filled two wagon the county. Saved Her Own Life wheels and shod a horse. Jas. Witt, Mrs. Burt Muir threw $50 In the fire' can you beat this? at her home in Louisville last week. It Lebanon Jct.i Ky. Mrs. Minnie Three cheers for the Bre:kenrldge accldently got mixed up with some Lamb, of this place says; "I belelvc I paper on, the table and she did not would have been dead by now, had it News! If the best is uot too good for you, see them until the crisp, green backs not been for Cardul. I haven't hadone Lewlsport Best flour Is the flour you were curling up in the flame. of those bad spells since I commenced to use your medicine," Cardul is a spe-if- ic ought to use. medicine for the ills that women Pretty Home At Elmitch. suffer. Cardul Is made from harmless lose Fine Sale At Lodiburg. 000 IO0IBURG. called a trap; this has a sprintr that throws and lets a red Hag go up. It is fine sport when they are biting good, but lots of work to cut the holes when the Ice gets eighteen and twenty inch es thick. It Is no fishing for a lazy man. This is a great place, but there is no place like Old Keutuck. R. E3. Herndon, Beverly, Mass. In The Sunny South Dear Mr. Babbage: Will you please send the News to me at Lakeland, Fla. as I expect to spend the winter here. wo have a fine climate here. This country is certalnlyon the boom. When you hear anyone say-thSouth is "be hind time," you just tell them to come and see before they say that. C. A. Tinlus. e wide-awak- 000 000 post-offic- 000 No Up Mail On Sunday p Christianized country In the world that has Sunday malls and the American mall clerks are making a desperate fight for a rest on the Sabbath. Big Crop Of Tobacco No mail will be dispatched or recei ved on train 142 on Sunday In Clover port. The United States Is the only Wil-berKey- A. L. and A. J. Ballman, of Hancock. county, will deliver this week 4OOO pounds of red tobacco and 2000 pounds of burley. The Ballman men are progressive farmers and are makiuggood raising tobacco, Mrs. Beavin Better Mrs, J. H. Beavin, who has been seriously ill tor the last three weeks, is much better and her entire recovery is expected soon. Mrs. Beavin Is a lovely little woman and her friends are anxious for her to get well. Jlas Nice Office R. B. Pierce has equipped him a most convencint office near the depot. He has charge of the buying of ties for the Ohio Valley Tie Company and Is having a good business. v - M voice. Subscribe this very day anything, don't "If you waste timeh unting for it, just wait, it will como." The late Di B L. JVewsonu vegtable Ingredients, It Is a safe, medicine, successfully used by Mr, and Mrs. Joe Fallon have a consuffering women for more than fifty venient and attractive bungalow at ElIf the best Is not too good for you years. Try it today, For sale by all mitch. Its situation Is beautiful aad Ic LewUport Best Flour is the four you. druggists. ought to ue. a home to make thm proud. le 1 DR. H. Dr. Owen's Office, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Street 6 PLANS TO STOP TIDE TO CITIES Rudolph Spreckels Has Project For Prospective Farmers, ENLIST CAPITAL'S AID, Wmm p. ui. Clovcrport, Ky. For Sale ! 1 f WOULD Tax receipts, 1910 model, guaranteed to Inst 12 months Prices rango from $1.50 to several hundred dollars. Call in and get one. R. Idea I to Have Wealthy Men Buy Up Desirable Land, Then Resell It on Long Payments So One Crop Failure Will Not Entail Loss of Farm Says Capitalists Should Form a Fund. Rudolph Spreckels, leader In tho San Francisco nntl-graf- t crusade, In addi- 0, Perkins, D, S. i I NEW i Livery Stable Stephensport, Ky. . w 8 3 New Rigs, New Horses, New Stable. (lnp.n i X fnr tlifi Pnhlin Near the Depot, If you have any riding or driving to do, or if 'ou want a k Feed of any kind, we Jean A' !fj furnish you. X A !! in. VYG . '11 i III HdllUlU Ji i. lUti fflSU, ii Sj Your patronage will bo appreciated. 1TH0S, W, SMITH, Proprietor. Stephensport, Ky. "- - HZ .MECHANICS "Wrillen So You Can Understand lin POPULAR. Every Ti Month 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages month. Interests everybody. When you see ono you understand why. Ask the man who reads it. Your newsdealer will show you one; or write tho publishers for a free samole codv. home and shop. etc. ufacturers, Mechanics. Has 1,200.000 readers every A wonderful story of the Progressof this Median. Ical Age. Instructive, but more fascinating than any fiction. A magazine" for Bankers. Doctors, Lawyers. Teachers. Farmers. Business Men, Man- The "Shop Notes" Dept. eL20wag!VedU things-H- ow to make repairs, ancf articles0 for "Amateur Mechanics" furniture, wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. $1.50 per star, single copies IS cents ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or Adtlre gffite&&; , I POPULAR 223 Washington St., Chicago MECHANICS MAGAZINE I OVER OS YEAR'S' EXPERIENCE If they fall to pay their homes even In n lifetime their sons can continue the payments they do not hesitate to leave the bench of the wage earner for the plow and the reaper. I under stand, too, that this plan has been un dertakon In various parts of tho United States on n small scale nnd that efforts nlong this line hnve been tho source of great satisfaction to those who have supported tliem. "It Is a great problem, this back land movement. It will be the great problem of the future, as It I. the problem of the present. Our Citicown tho land. orp certain to Increase In population "As it is, many hesitate to leave their urban homes because farming Immensely for many years to come As tho number of mouths to feet' Is n great deal of a risk. They would grows the number of actual producer-obe compelled to place heavy mortthe land must Increase or develop gages on their land, payable In a few years. Under this plan a series of ment must cease." unfortunate seasons would be fatal to the farmer, who would bo unable to meet tho demands of tho Incumbrance I ou his land and would thereby forfeit For Infants and Children. his holdings, together with the money he had expended In getting started. The Kind You Have Always Bought Calls It Mistaken Plea. Bears the "The plea to the man of tho city to emigrate to this frontier to hew out u Signature of houlo for himself where land Is cheap Is mistaken. Pioneer life necessarily Rice In the Orient. entails many hardships, which tho city Rice Is "wet." that grown for the dweller nud his wife cannot endure because they aro not Inured to them most part In flooded laud, or "dry." To a ninn who has been reared on a that raised on uplands, its growth in farm It Js difficult enough to transform those regions where civllltatlon has u stubborn prairie or a heavily wood penetrated least Is pnthetlc. Parts of cd land into tillable land, but for the the east are still covered with virgin Inexperienced farmer, recruited from forest of tall trees. Underneath. all Is the congested cities, 't Is almost lm dark In heavy shade. Creepers twine possible. After a few yearn he will up hundreds of feet nnd are all topped get discouraged and return to his old off with Indescribable orchids, all hunt Ing for nir and tiunshlnc. In the thick homo and work "Here is the difficulty, however. To wood a suitable spot is chosen, for rice embark on a farming venture In n dls they must have or starve. Under trlct which Is already cultivated and growth Is cut out and staked and M'ttled to 'noiue extent requires a big hedged around lo make n fence for thr. olltlay of cl,IItnl. whereas In pioneer little rice farm. Exchange. regions land can bo obtained cither free or for a nominal sum. And this Doan'a Reglets cure constipation, Is where the capitalists should extend tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, a helping hand. promote digestion and appetite and easy Europe's Plan Succeeds passages oi tne Dowels. ASK vour arui?. "In many parts of Europe the plan gist for them. 25 cents a- box. of long payments for laud Is In oper titlon and Is proving a great success. PERSISTENT BEGGARS. When the settlers are assured that In caso of crop reverses they are not In dsituror of losing their homes and that The More Egyptian Mendicants Get the More They Demand. In Egypt one should never give bak- tr-thn cause they have not tho capital required to buy a farm nnd tho stock and Implements necessary to make it a paying venture. Thinks Fund Should Be Formed. "I believe tho capitalists of tho United States should form a fund so that they could buy tillable land nnd then resell It to prospective emigrants from the cities nt actual cost, with provision for easy terms of payment These payments could bo so arranged ns to extend over a period of fifty or even seventy years, so that there would bo little question that the purchaser or his family would eventually tion to Ideas for civic reform, has a plan for stemming tho tldo of the wavo of population flowing toward tho American cities with such alarm Ing rapidity. "Tho trouble with tho back to tho farm propaganda today," Mr. Spreckels says, "Is that, while It distributes a lot of free advlco to tho residents of congested sections In our cities, It offers comparatively little aid of a substantial sort I think that It Is not because city dwellers prefer tho cities to tho country that they remain In a stato of industrial dependence, but be- The Stoical Mountaineer Simply Answered the Question. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, "For stoical Indifference nnd tacidiscouragcsandlcsscusambition; beauty, vigor ana ciiceriui-nes- s turnity," said n young man from soon disappear Knoxvlllo, Tenn., who was visiting In when the kidneys are Louisville a few days ago, "I never out of order or dis- saw nny one that could equal tho Keneased. tucky mountnlncer. Kidney trouble has "Two years ago I wns camping durbecome so prevalent that it is not uncom- ing tho summer with n party of young mon for a child to be men and women In the mountains. born afflicted with During our stay there wo bccnino acweak kidneys. If the quainted with an old mountaineer child urinates toooftcn, if the urine scalds whom wo called Sum. He always rethe flesh, or if, when the child reaches an ferred to his wife as Maria, nnd we age when it should be able to control the felt Into the same habit. passage, it is yet afflicted with "Last year wo returned to tho same depend pon it, the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first place to camp. As wo wcro going up step thould be towards the treatment of the mountain path on our first day out these important organs. This unpleasant wo met Sam walking nlong apparently trouble is due to a diseased condition of In n deep study. the kidneys and bladder and not to a '"Hello, Sitni!' wo all called. 'Where's habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser- Maria?' "She's comln' back there," ho said, able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. directing his thumb backward over his The mild and the immediate effect of shoulder. S wamp.Root is soon realized. It is sold "We went on up the mountain path oy druggists, in fifty- upon and n short distance farther cent and n party of mountaineers trnn... ortlng a size bottles. You may dead body in n rickety wngon. It was have a sample bottle a funeral party. Imagine our surprise by mail free, also a when we were Informed that tho de pamphlet telling all ceased was Mnrla. Sain, had not thought aoout bwbtnp-Koo- t, ii. .1 including manv of tha thousands nf test! It worth his pains to Inform us that monial letters receivSl from sufferers Maria wns dead when ho stated she to be iust the who found Swamp-Roo- t remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer was 'comln' bnck there.' "Louisville & Co., Binghamton, N. Y be sure and Times. mention this paper. Don't make nnv I mistaice, out rememDer tne name, iJr. Wonmn loves a clear, ropy complexKilmer's bwamp-Roo- t, and the address, ion. Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the llinghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. blcod, clears the skin, restores ruddy, bed-wettin- g, one-dollar k WjH k Mm 9ft Ndta MinrsMi oy KWy aid Mto TrwHs. DIDN'T WASTE WORDS. JACKS FOR SALE! Two aro thrco years old, and one two yenrs old. They aro nicely bred; all jet black with white points; very short and closo Imir; lino sizo;loxtromely hoavy bono; largo foot; big shapely heads and cara. These- Jacks arc in fine condition, and ready to show. Wo aro going to disposojof thom.and thoy will bo sold at bargains. Wo trust thoy will find homes in our county. 1 If you aro interested, don't write, but como and see us. llospcctfully, lmvo three good Jrtcka wo wish to dispose of. cto swamp-Ro- ot R. G. ROBERTSON & SONS, GLEN DEAN, KY. fr sound health. GOOD ROAD BOOSTERS. Cm-gressm- Valuable Mints From Address by Ferris of Oklahoma. Congressman Scott Ferris of Oklahoma In un enthusiastic address on tho subject of good roads uttered the fol- lowing: CASTOR A Good roads bring the products of tho mine nud forest to the factory door. Good roads bring thrift to the farmer and thrift to tho consumer and wealth to the nation. Good roads make farm Hfo pleasant nnd profitable and enhance its usefulness. Good roads bring us more rural routes will bring us better ones and more efficient ones.. They make better homes, happier firesides, more patriotic people. They distribute the products of the mine, tho forest and the factory. They nre the avenues of progress and tho highest and best proof of tne Intelligence wo enjoy. It does Justice to producer nnd consumer and withholds injustice from all. They save time, labor, money nnd TO TAX PAYERS. Notice! The State has forced me'to settle for taxes as the Countys going to failure. They patronize tho railways and the waterways you havo appropriated for so lavishly. Highways. I tell you, sir. are not the property o ono class of men. but nre the property nnd Interest of every one. whether ho be black or white, educated or uneducated, weak or strong, high or Iotv. savage or civilized. They are. I tell you. the property of us all. and we should all aid in their upbuilding. A Dime Better Than Two Nickels. A professional panhandler approach force me to settle for them. All parties owing me taxes for this year and do not pay them by Feb. 1, 1911, their property will be advertised in the countyfpapers and sold at the Court House door. All persons who have a dog and haven't paid tax on it for 1910, will please pay or I will be forced to kill your dog. If you want to save full penalty and extra cost, please pay by Feb. 1, 1911. cd a man crossing City Hall park and demanded n nickel, which the man good naturedly handed out, saying. "I suppose that goes for a glass of beer." "Surest thing you know," replied the pauhandler unblushlngly, "And, by the way. while we are on the subject. 1 have now in my possession two nickels. Would you mind giving nie a ten cent piece for them V" "I will on one condition." said the man, whose curiosity was aroused. Yours respectfully, Dennie Sheeran Sheriff of Breckenridge County. Anyone ending a sketch and description mar rpilcklr narurtiun our opinion free whether an Intention la probably patentable. Comniunlra. HANDBOOK onl'uteuts tlonintrlctlTCotilldentlal. lent free. Oldest aironcr for socurlnir patents. I'litentd tukun tbrouith Jluim A Co. rocelre tftclal notice, without chnrno, u tho Designs Copypights &c. TriADC Marks Scientific American. A handsomely lllu.trnlivl weekly. T .unrest circulation of unr clentlUo journal. Torms. (3 a Teun four months, II, Sola byull newsdealer. MUNN&Co.3'0. New e Uranch PU Wanhlnaioii. Offli-o- . York V I. 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A friend of niliio onco broke one of those ruk-- Just to see what would happen. As we passed through a lit tle mud village twenty miles from Cnl- o ho gav9 n sturdy beggar u mllllome half a emit). This beggar, accompa nied by olhers, followed us to the edge nf the village, usklng for more. My friend then gave him a (5 cnlled-forrtu- rn s "What's the answer:" "Well, you see, it's this way," explained the panhandler. "If I have a dime I go into n saloon nnd ask for beer. I have a nickel comeback, which enables mo to amble over to the free lunch counter and fill up. Maybe you don't realize that getting change over the bar gives a muu n certain' tone thnt doesn't belong to him if be just coughs up a nickel." New J'ork Sun. Good Bnad Legislators Needed. "What wo ntvJ In this country." suys a gotil ronds expert, "Is legislators who f.fe willlug to sacrifice their political fcture In behalf of good roads. In thus dying politically they will have rendered more service to their country than by living many years. We like the temper of those Alabama fMk who aro demanding of candidates for office that they speak out plainly for better roads." USE CARBONATE OF LIME To make live soil. fine ns Hour. KENTUCKY Oolitic lime stono, bono dry, ground is immediately Directive and cheap CARBONATE OF LIME CO. Kosmosdale, Ky. It I X E52 cents). elections, tbe 1910 census, mtrisU, crops, rUt la price ot staple product, aerial achleta-Bre- t. sdenUfle dltooferle and txplorationa of 1910, ware anil other Important historical ttaata, tro.th ot tha United States, lBcnaalaf population and wraith of countries, Statu and cities, tba tariff, the traits and ptrtj platforms, Coope-ilen- sl record i, sporting eienU. world records, weight and measure, unlteraiUes, rriltioai order debt of nation. Industries, weather forecast, births, nrri(e. dlrorrcs and death, railroads, shipping, banilnf, moncr, taiea. 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When they showed it disposi tion to go back ho gavo them 5 pias ters. They followed us hnlf a mile and bccnino very clamorous. I was afraid wo should get into trouble and wanted him to stop it, but when they began to lag ho gavo them 20 plasters.' TUey followed us two miles, nnd tho experiment might havo ended seriously had wo not met n company 6litravelers with a dragoman, who sent tho beggars iilwut their business. This may help you to understand Egyptiun - Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telophono & Telegraph Company and havo him explain the special "Farmers Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE The Great Toilet Germicide? You don't have to pay COc TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY or U.00 8) pint for Hsterlan antiseptics or per oxide. 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Tboho hav- price 25c and SOc, or by mall postpaid ing claims uirulast bald ostuto will nrodurn from The l'axton Toilet Co., Boato. thorn properly proven for payment. U. O, Mas., who will send you a free sample Oarner, Adair, It you wouW Hkv to try it twfoi-- buylog, ne e CirrinTI nPWF7 1kTT7M7 "7-fA- 1 With a Subscription to n THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Anyth IIIU w Lafb'miM III m mm C rA I O "t--l r I tll0n try a News Want Ad. and ; .1 i.i ...a. .t - LP rl Lit eW' I'll uw r. . feet in air. He sold that at that point the aviator seemed to lose control of tho machine, which then ence dawn as Bwlftly ns if it were falling nnd apOF G IN AIR parently without n master. Glenn H. Curtis held n similar view, although be did not believe that death had actually taken placo aloft, but rather n that Hoxsoy had been stricken by Ely to My Irom Land to Vessel, Aviators Undaunted, Though sickness due to swift change of altitude, and had become unconscious. While Latham Will Try An- Rendered More Cautious by Charles S. Wlllard. who hud been up on the same day, returned to tho tclope Hunting from Deaths of Moisant earth with the statement that no monAeroplane. and lloxscy. ey would tempt him to ascend again, ns ho had found "the atmosphere as Ooo ooo- full of holes as a Swiss cheese." nis tory of American aviation was that on theory was that Hoxsey had fallen By JAMES A. CUGEHTON. Into one of these holes In the air and flown from the deck of which two star bird men, Arch Iloxsej death, had been unable to right his machine. to Inml, L'ugcno and John B. Moisant, met their the avintor, beenino Held Altitude Record. Moisant Proved Merit. nmbltlous to reverse the procHoxsey wns n high type of aviator, Moisant was comparatively new in ess and fly from lnml to the deck of n keen nnd intelligent. Ills daring Is battleship. So ho arranged with tho tho game, but his first big feat had exemplified by the fact that a forty officials of tho San Francisco aero- centered on him the world's attention mile gnlc was blowing at the time ho nautical meet to skyplano out from tho This was a lliplit with a passenger broke the world's nltltude record. Ho California shore to tho armored cruis- from Paris to London, it was tho firm then went up 11,474 feet, or over two time such a font hud ever been at- miles. Ho Is the man who made the er Pennsylvania. In some aspects this Is tho most sen- tempted, and iiUitiors agreed that it great cross country flight from Springsational aeroplane feat yet undertaken. could not be done. To Moisant such field, 111., to St Louis and who took It Is a brand now, twentieth century an opinion nctrtl iw a (htillcugc. and he Theodore Iloosevelt up for his famous to try it out This immediately r . l way of boarding n Ii nic.liunlc, n flight being tho month of the Snn Francisco Taking villi 1.1 As a result of these and other fatal meet, tho thing is brought before us heavy man. he . . I walitnl over the cltj spread n pall over the Mr. Ely of Paris. tit.- - in t nm- h.i h u flight accidents, which with all Its startling reality. aviation sky In 1010, a conservative pn-e,il e er been iiecom .. r h has not only reversed his process of with n pllshed over th.'t or nn other l.g city movement is on foot. Cortland Field flight, but his position on tho conti t'ie Aero nent, tho previous feat having been then by oir.iiiuo.it t f t"4 II w to the Bishop, first vlco presidentInofan appeal !i.,tinor and Club of America, Is out pulled off at Uampton Itoads on tho coast, over th Eu ,ii.-l- i ft Atlantic coast Ho has likewise re- within twctity-- n i. i lift of London, for moro caution and for useful results Folversed all previous human experience. when a broken r ; d'er f u- ed him to rather than spectacular effects. Tho possibilities ho has opened aro wait for repair. 12 ! tiiUforunio aft lowing tho death of Hoxsey, Wilbur er misfortune r::cuui'l liiin, but he Wright wired to his manager on the staggering. What is to prevent a flock of aero- kept on with do j ed per evereuce till Pacific coast to instruct the other Wright fliers to attempt no more senplanes from boarding n battleship at last he lniult'd in Lundo.i Molsaut's great victory Li America sational or record breaking efforts, but while the aeronauts whip tho crew before tho jack tnrs recover from their was that of wiiinlii" the prize I'or the to confine themselves to straightaway astonishment? What Is to prevent tho quickest flight Iro- -i it Inieut park flights. Despite the death list tho record of sky passengers from dropping bombs arouud the statue of Liberty anil reon the admiral's head or blowing off turn. That feat was even more daring 1010 is the most brilliant in the history of nviation. Tho number of machines the lighting tops and conning towers? and thrilling than the It is plaiu to seo that in futuro our fighting ships will have to bo armored j not only on tho sides and ends, but on I top. Mr. Ely presents us a more pleasing prospect, however. Hereafter when an irato passenger loses uis steamer, of jumping into tho water or shaking his fist and hurling language at tho disappearing liner, ho can take an aeroplane and land on deck with tho casual remark that ho always o Ooo 0 Si UN (EMS III W, H. ItowMKit, President F. L. LioiiTroOT, Vice-Preside- A. 1). 0. T. Skillmak, Cashier Skillman, Ass't Cashier THE OLD RELIABLE nvi-ntlo- BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. I Organized 1872 38 yours of honoiablc dealing to its cicdit. It ha. passed through three panics nnd paid every legitimate claim to its full nmount on dcnitind. mal'M Never scaled n check. An A. absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. DIRECTORS: 13. 3 per cent on Time Deposits W. II. Uownicr HAVING JSkillmnn,K?r A. R. Fisher 0. T. Skillmnn, mmmmiiimmbmmbbmiwmmmmmmmmmwmmwwmwwmwhbbbwwbmmmwwwmmm J no. ZZD C. Conrad Simons, F. L. Lightfoot, Jarboc, i kvery Farmer'as well as Every Business Man aiioma nave a tsanu Account BeCaUSeS is sufer clieckus tho simplest cher for tho debt it pays. It gives you hank stiongthens your credit. rA bank hunk docsViIl tho book- - keeping. 'd'Your EXAMINED DEC. lt-1- 7 i man-of-wa- r. m-f- Your mo"ey tn0 1)n"k tmin n3vliero else. Paying 'your hills by and most convenient method. Your check becomes n vou a hotter standing with business ;mcii. Ionoy in tho account teaches, helps and encourages von to save. Vlbis bank hook is a record of your business. "' f yj BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OP DIRECTORS To those desinng Eanking Connections with an Old Established Eank, we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., flardinsburg, Ky. I'nrW-Loiido- u NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTL- E- But They Z, DO Much ?nt!Mciei Business They help "to lent and sell real estate: rent rooms; sectue positiobs; lind seed help:fin fact they sell what is not wanted and iind what is wanted. fc CI ZL. takes ship that way. Already Sensational Performer. In Mr. Ely's previous flight he gave av bunch of Uncle Sam's naval officers and men tho sensation of their lives. An inclined platform had been improvised on tho deck of tho Birmingham, and from this tho venturesome aviator mudo his start. It was a windy and rainy morning, and for this reason few bdlleved that tho trip would be made. Almost before tho onlookers know it tho biplane had left the ship, dipped until it nctunlly grazed tho waiter, then arose to a height of 200 feet Virginia shore, two and one-hal- f If yciihaea Sirall Eusiness zrd BE?" "Try a Bicekenridge News Want Ad." 5S77 The fact thatthey are helping n any others of our renders is good pioof that one would belpOyou ...Write, Call or Telephone... If not convenient to leave your aJs at The News cilice, teloj he np them to 46. Cthc cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient. We will tell you Mg "&,? ,V s'?'" iiVnlil FitOTOQBY AMERICAN 'jmLMJl2jgk Exnuimed Dec. l.'J 16 by the Stnte B.n k Hxaminer and the Board of Due tors 01-- miles distant. Mr. Ely said that when he struck the water his propeller was slightly injured and ho himself was blinded by tho salt spray covering his goggles. When he had taken tiino to wipe off tho moisture he was far aloft and flying like a bird. Tho machine used was the same one in which Glenu II. Curtlss made the journey from Albany to New York. Ely always uses a Curtlss biplane and with it receutly won n speed contest against a Wright machine. H would have been a star Idea if Ely had decided to take with him on his shore to battleship flight some of tho San Francisco belles who eagerly accepted invitatious to go aloft during tho San Francisco meet. It would havo opened a new era in tho social annals of tho navy. Tho custom, onco PAIK OF AVIATORS WHO PLAN DAK1NU FEATS IN THE JfUAll FUTUKE AND TWO WHO LOST TIIEIK LIVES WHILE FLYING. IOI ) C HOE 3 k mi it His two competitors were a Englishman and Frenchman, each with a 100 horsepower motor. When Moisant discovered that no American was en tered he hastily bought a fifty hor.se power machine from a brother aviator and although he was a stranger to he entered the race without on initial trial flight aud won it. (light. having started, might have continued and expanded until Uncle Sam's crows could have looked forward to regular visits from the aeroplane girls' brigades that would literally drop In on them overy tlmo their ships got near shore. Hiss Sears Starts Pad. It was Eleanor Sears of Boston and Newport who started tho San Francisco society buds to uviatlug. Miss Sears was not tho first woman to go aloft, but she was 'about tho biggest social nolso that had done so, and the sport was soon tho fad of tho smart set. Aeroplnuing Is now in the acrobatic Stage. Man. haviug found his wings, Is trying them out and is doing all sorts of freak feats in sheer eujoynieut of his uow powers. This is especially true in America, whero wo aro naturally moro venturesome and whero trick riding and circus stunts havo been indulged to tho limit uud beyond. Aviators aro agreed that to this fact Is due many of tho deaths that havo cast a shadow upon tho sport. Later on, let u hope, we shall settlo down to a moro serious and cautious gait. While this may not bo as sensational or profitable, it will at least bo better for the future of aviation and will not break so many necks. The flight of Ely to tho battleship la not exactly of tho freak class, since it demonstrated posslhlo uses for tho aeroplane in war. But spiral drops, excessive altitude tests and other riding contribute little to tho science of aviation and only go to swell the prlw ruoaey ard the death list. We Heed sot be discouraged, Even the bird when he begins to fly has a few tumbles. If he, with teas of thousands of years of flying behind him, falls out of the seet aud gets bumped in learning to nm big wlngn what wonder that man, engine. Iloxsey's mechanic gave it as hi wkfl ho flying ancestors, should suffer jpkilon that the aeronaut bad died A few ruUlwr! Perhaps tbe blackest day la the his treai tbe swift descent while still 2,000 Ceu-trabow-ever. Moisant Proved Nerve. For sheer nerve there lias probably been nothing in aviation quite like it The machine cost him $10,000, which ho had to pay on a mere chance. Then ho faced a loug flight in an untried mnchine over a populous city and a large body of water. On the start he encountered a stiff breeze, but took it at au angle. Ho wou by working out a theory and following It On the way to the statue he mounted rapidly until at ouo tlmo he was 2,800 feet high Then ho coasted back, with the wind behind him and Ids motor going full force, at times reaching the marvelous speed of eighty miles an hour. Ho came In less than n minute ahead of his nearest rival, Claude Grahame-Whitof England. At tho time of his deatli Moisant was preparing to enter the contest for the lie MIchelin prize at New Orleans. had placed a heavy gasoline tnnk In front of his engine, nnd this may have caused the disaster. At nny rate, after a successful flight from tho city to tho aviatiou grounds, some miles distant, ho was preparing to nllght. When feet high his machine about twenty-fiv- e suddenly pitched forward and hurled' tho aviator from his sent as though from a catapult. Moisant struck the soft ground on his head. Ills neck wns instantly broken. His was n daring spirit Bcforo bel coming an aviator lie had been a Person Arnerlcun revolutionist ally ho was a slight, ulrnost shy man. but adventure was his meat and driuk and danger his element It was the hazard of tho sport that drow him to aviation. Hoxsey Plunged From the Clouds. Arch noxsey's death camo at almost tho sumo hour and In a similar man ner. It occurred at tho Los Angeles meet, whero a few days bcforo Hoxsey had circled nbove Mount Wilson in a sensational flight and earlier still bnd broken the world's altltudo record. Ou the fatal trip Iloxsey's machine glided swiftly down from an altltudo of 7.000 feet When within a short distance of tho earth nnd while tho crowd was cheering It began to turn over and over nnd fell a mass of wreckage with the dead nvlator pinned beneath the tiou laws. Tho year of 1011 promises to be even moro brilliant than that of 1010. AslU.t from tho shore to battleship flight at San Francisco, Ely promises to attend n meet' In Havana In February and to make the trip from the Cuban city to Key West. Fla. One Peruvian and two French aviators havo receutly visited tho Isthmus of Panama and in the near future will glvo two or more flights irom ocean to ocean across the canal zone. IiEl'OIiT ' Till: CONDITION OK and operators increased many fol: and all over Europe and America llj The Bank of Hardinsburg & ing became a recognized sport, ii Trust Company Franco aud other countries aviators are uo.w being regularly licensed, ami conducting both n biinMiiK business and u new laws to govern aviation are beTrust Company business in lownof County of IlrcckcnrldKe. ing enacted. The same tendency r Statu of Kentucky, at tho clous of observed In America. Governor Hald business on tlit 15 day of December 1!U0 win of Connecticut devoted a portion of his message to a discussion of avla ItESOUKOKS rg. 0 ANNOUNCEMENT IRVINGTON COLLEGE Ii vir$ f( r. j. Lo.ms and discounts with one or moro onciur.ser.s or il'O.C.U 02 vuretles 55,30 00 Ittal Estate MortjruRPS Call Loans on Collateral 37,(0 00 Tlmo Loans on Collateral t5,CC0 00 0 00 S. S. Bonds Other Stocks. ltonds.Etc. tl.051 74 fTOI.lto 31,767 4(1 Duo from National Hanks Duo from statu liaukx 0 CO and Hankers Hue from Trust Compan0 00 31.7S7 . ies United State" and Nation8.000 00 al Ilank Notes . 5.7U) 71 13,700 Specie Checks and other Cash KxchauKu for OluarlUK House 7b 4U 71 Items 13 73 0 00 0 10 Overdrafts(secured).. 1,000 00 1.0CO 00 Overdrafts (unsecured) o 00 attempts to Taxes Expenses Vald Following his successful 3,359 42 Current shoot ducks from his monoplane, Hu Ueul Estate Ilanklnx 1.M0 00 House says that this year he Other Heal Estate: bcrt Latham l.Mll 29 400 00 will go after big game, such as anteFurniture and"I'lxtures. lope. Several Frenchwomen have be- Other Assets notofIncludabove ed under any 0 00 6. 375 71 come experts at the sport, ono remalu heads. ing aloft recently nearly an hour J.OO.CXi 37 Total Feminine aviators promise to become LIABILITIES a fixed feature of the sport during the Capital Stock paid In. In coming twelve months. The year is cash, one-haot which Is Invested for tho Trust young, and as the whole world has business of the Company turned Its thoughts to flying who can as required In Hectlou 012 A, Kentucky tell what progress will bo made before Surplus Fund Htatutts.. 50.000 OOJftSO.OCO 00 15,000 00 tho advent of 1012! 7,58i U7 Undivided 1'rollts 0 00 C 22.5S5 7 Among the dead Molsant's effects b uud to pay Taxe . . Deposits subject to check wns found a pathetic letter to his son ion which Interest Is not advising him "against tho fascination lmid) exclusive of Trust 118.SI! 25 Funds that nttracts you to the life of a bird Deposits subject to cluck 0 CO (on which Interest Is paid) man." It was the natural cry of a Demand Certificates ot father's heart aud revealed the fact Deposit lou which Inter0 00 that Moisant was not the reckless op- est U pafdl of Deerator ho had been pictured, but one Tinm CVrtlllcutes interest posits on which Is paid at 3 percent.... 139,0m tt who rnallzed the perils of the air. Savings I)oi)oslt8on which Desplto the warning It is safo to say 0 CO Interest Is paid that thousands of other young meu Uninvested trust funds on 0 00 Uoposit will harness tho air and rido the wluds Certified Clack 0 CO this yenr and coming years. Man Cashier's Checks . . Out0 U0 IS7.4I7 10 standing has tried his wings, and the flying fe- Duo NatlonJI Hanks ... 0 00 Due Statu Hanks nnd ver is In his veins. Ono hopeful fact 0 00 Hunkers is that the Wright brothers, the in- Due Trust Companies 0 00 0 00 ventors of tho aeroplane nnd still the Hills Fuyablu kings of the air, aro among tho living Notes and Hills 0 00 .. 0 00 and may be trusted to guldo and de- Unpaid Dividends 0 Ou .... velop tho art until finally It gives us n Tuxes due and unpaid Other Liabilities not comparatively safo and general mode under any of the 13 73 Hunts From Aeroplane. , careful consideration. The work will ho of tho highest order, thoroughly practical and Hie tourse includes Psvchology, IMcthoddogy, History of Education and Child Study. Teacher, taking a part or all this course mav secure county or State certificates. An able instructor has been secured to pre-ethe common branches. Ho has instructed many teachers in tho central pin t of the United States and comes to us highlv recommended by tho president of tho Valparaiso University. Oithogia-phy- , Kcadinir, Elocution and Oratory will be presented hv the president of tho college. Teachers may enter at any time and lind clas-e- s to suit their needs. 'Classes will he small, work thorough. Board and tuition reasonaMe and satisfaction gutuantccd to every honest worker. Primary and intermediate school work will afford daily observation for those who desire to learn how to teach. In this work intensive and extensive rending will he emphasized, busy work oxempliticd, and tho child mind will ho seen to dovelopo psychologically. For further information call or address: e. nt that THE Irvington College requires given the normal of this institution ho the most 0 Wm. M. MARTIN, President or W. J. PIGGOTT, Sec. and Treas. lf non 3C HOE DC I 30E I l KsKs5rsa5?5fe The most centrally located and s only hotel In tbe city making ufi. 00 rate. Only one block from the principal sliopplne district, two blocks from the principal theatres. Street cars pass tho door to.ull parts ot the city. first-clas- THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL f .... Louisville, Ky. PIKE CAiMPBELL. Everything neat and clean. Mngr. - 9 2S553fjisS?S5'?3S?!B-!- 55?3K53l??v253?5ve redls-count- .... of travel. A uIhjvo heads..- - 0 00 Learns by Eating His 'Name. Servian teacher, M. Medakovitch. has instituted the most successful method of teaching yet discovered. In his school each pupil Is provided with a chocolate alphabet, and as soon as he can put his name together correctly he Is allowed to eat It Word making Is taught on tho same plan. M. Medako-vltcb'- s pupils on an average can read fluently In three days. fJOO.OB 37 Total I State of Kentucky, e,.t County of Hreckonridjje. f I, M. II. Heard, cashier of the ubovo named Hunk, do solemnly swear that the above statoment Is true to thu best of my knowledge M. II. UKAIII), Cashier and belief. Subscribed and sworn to boforo me this S3 day of December, 1010. My commission expires Jan. 31, 1010. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hcrdlnsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER PAUL COMPTON, KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY Notary Public Attest Jo. W.1IKAKD. Directors We Print Everything from a Newspaper to a Bible! o THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGB SONS' PUBLISHING CO. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, K.Y., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1911 Subscription Prico $1.00 n year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, and 5 cents for each ad ditional insertion. 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 tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. SUP?. DRISKELL'S VISIT TO THE SCHOOLS. Andrew Driskcll, County Superintendent of Schools, has finish ed his itinerary and visited 109 schools, having been twice to sixteen of them. His work this term has been exceedingly pleasant though very disappointing in many respects. oo Tho attendance was poor. Nino years ago when Supt. Driskcll filled tho duties of this same oflice, there- were 3000 children attending school in the county; this term ho saw only 27 of these same children in school. Some of the three thousand completed their education. but 2000 of them dropped school in the prime of their youth to enter different fields of work, wholly unequipped for them. In ono part of tho county during tho fall, Supt Driskcll walked through tho fields from one school house to another and counted 03 boys hunting and 57 o Beard & Co. Cleveland Brock, until recently with Heston, Whitworth is Co., has taken chargo of the Fourth District Leader as editor and business manager. Mr. Brock will use an energy such as only an honest, ambitious, painstaking, con sclentious, hard working young man can use. He has made good in all else he has undertaken, and wc predict fcr him the same sort of result in the newspaper field, Dave Walls, Stanley Gray, Gilbcr KIrtley and Quy Suringgate went to Custer Friday to attend the funeral of Miss Daisy Trent. iMr. and Mrs. W. W. Hensley, and son, of Stanley, were here several days visiting Mrs. Lucretla Hensley. The Board of Supervisors will reassemble on Jan. 23, when they will hear complaints from the 225 whom they propose to raise In tho First District; on tho 24th they will hear the 150 In the Second; on the 25th the 87 in the Third; on the 26th the 138 in the Fourth; and on the 27th the 75 in the Fifth, and tho l.)0 in the Sixth. Vivian Haswell has accepted a posit ion with Mr. Whitworth at the depot where he is learning telegraphy and the entiro duties connected with the management of the wcrMif a railway office. See Dr. Walker for your dental work. Hon. Gus Brown was in Stephensport Public Auction Sale mtt Thursday, February 2, 1 1911 Commencing at 10 o'clock On the Farm known as the Wash Holt place At Public Sale I will olf er all my Farming Implements, Stock, Household Goods, Etc., consisting of the following: mules, 17 hands high, weight 2,600, 1 pair mules, 15i hands high, 1 odd mule, aged, 1 pair heavy farm horses, 1 black saddle horse, 1 mare, 1 yearling filly, 45 head of ewes and lambs, 5 sows and pigs, 1 full stock Poland China boar, 1 or 2 milch cows, 1 binder, 2 mowers, 1 hay rake, 2 disc cultivators, 2 shovel cultivators, 5 Oliver chilled breaking plows, 1 riding disc breaking plow, 2 disc harrows, 2 steel harrows, 1 stalk cutter, 1 wheat drill, 1, planter, double shovels and other one-horplows, 3 road wagons, 1 spring wagon, 2 buggies, 1 set blacksmith tools and forge, har1 r-old -old t pair Friday on professional business. Tom Moore, of McDaniels, was here several days last week. Claude Mercer was at Holt Saturday boys present at school. o o o At IcDaniels and West View the boys out number the girls, Cloverport has a fair attendance of boys and there seems to be an in creased interest in education on tho part of tho boys notwithstanding they would rather hunt than study. Compulsatory School Not until Brcckenridgc county Law. will there be anv vast improvement m tho rural and town schools, said Supt. Driskcll. He is anxious for this, and in truth, here lies the only relief from the burden- of illiteracy the state has shouldered so long. - ooo has tho by the parents and More interest was shown patrons than the other places Supt. Driskcll visited. The mothers with the teachers are doing and fathers who elicit their much to promote educational progress. Those who force their child ren to attend every davand who visit the teacher and schools occasion .a ally, have a wonderful inllurnc3 in awauomng a popular interest in the schools in the communities in which they live. Tho boys and girls who hold on when others in the class let go, arc nine out of ten, those who have parents to push them on, who urge them at homo to ''go", who teach them there aro no such words as "quitting .school." ooo in Stephensport 1 a. 1 Tne Hon. Charles Blanford has been of asked to address the school upon his war reminscences when he returnsnoxt Supr. Driskell's pet ambition is Tho County High School. He is week to complete his work as Tax Joint working enthusiastically for a larger number of pupils from tho dif- Supervisor. ferent towns and rural routes to attend. Custer leads with a larger If the best is not too good for you No Nail -- holes of scholars and her representatives have the reputation of being Lewisport Best flour is the flour vou list Through Roof ought to use. Sold by J. H. Gardner. the brightest scholars in the High School. At a meeting of the Board of Edu A Continuous One-piec- e cation Monday the seven members Roof with Every Nail-hea- d Agriculture and domestic science should bo taught in Brecken-iridg- o being present it was decided to erect Covered by Felt count' schools. Mr. Driskoll thinks the young people should tne high school building, a frame and Asphalt. be educated to appreciate tho soil and tho timber, and to take care of structure, this year. Bids will be reNO Coal-THo thinks Kentucky would have been far better off, ceived up till March 6. Supt. every foot of it. SOLD BY Whitworth and Chairman had she instilled in her children years ago, to seek education, to till Ball Jesse were made the building com well their fields instead of making whisky and raising horses to boast mittee. of had this been the case sho would have had twice as many pretty Mrs. M. L. Dyer came home Monday Deaers In daughters and oxcollent sons to make her proud. after a visit of several weeks to relatives in Hardin county. Cloverport, Ky. Supt. Driskcll used to tell a story that no ono could let soracono The proof in the case of G. B Cunningham vs, First State Bank and else eat his dinner and get tho benefits, neither could tho boy depend others was taken by depositions duon another to learn his lesson and obtain results. This can bo well ring the past week. This case is of applied by tho thoughtful and public-spirite- d men and women in unusual interest as.it involves and every section of tho state. Each man has a personal work to do for pertains to the Mcdford, Oklahoma, Marion tho betterment of tho schools. And if this is done, Kentucky will lot sales that wore consumated in this and adjoining counties In I9O6. Fraud not in tho future starvo for educational capacities. is plead by the plaintiff. Murray & Murray attorneys for plaintiff. Our good friend, .Jerry Tilford, is suil'cring a general breakdown Cloverport, Kentucky Mercer & Mercer, attorneys for in health and has been compelled to drop his work. Ho has been defendant. conductor on tho Branch over since it was built and no employee on Do tho right thing if you have nasal tho Ilonderson'Uouto has been more faithful than Mr. Tilford. catarrh. Get Ely's Cream Balm at once. Don't touch the catarrh powders "Wo want to thank our correspondents for tho interest thoy have and snuffs, for .they contain cocaine, been taking in gathering tho nows and getting now subscribers for Ely's Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal passages our paper. Our hearts aro alwa'8 gladdened over your hearty and the throat, whereas medicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you John W. Cook, who died very suddenly were. In a word, Ely'a Cream Balm is IIARDINSBURG at his home In Princeton. All a real remedy, not a delusion, druggists, 50 cents, or mailed by Ely C. H. Scheerlllns, who was here Twenty years' oxpoiionce in Brothers, 50 Warren Street, New York, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Miller, through lakt season at the Exnermnent farm, came down from Lexington for a tho execution of Jan. 12 a boy. short visit. Have Gone to Texas. Marriage license was issued to Joe Judge Moorman was in Louisville Blair and MlssILevle Harsley, both of Deeds, Mortgages, ConMr. and Mrs. Taylor Triplett and last week adjusting the lire loss of Garfield. six children left here Monday night legal and Glasscock & Co., who last fall were Mr. David Driskell and Mr. and Mrs. burned out for their future home in Laport, Tex. at Glendeane. documents Mr. Triplett is one of our best and S. II. Driskell will return this week Marcellus Butler has moved from most prosperous young farmers. He from Webb, Miss., where they were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shellman. town to a farm two miles away. The moved to Custer six years ago without house he vacated on Louisville street a dollar to start on, He bought a Mr. and Mrs. Jess Eskridge were will be occupied by Herbert Prices RmumMi fir s Hall, who farm for f 1,000, borrowing the money called to Princeton Thursday to attend returns from Garfield to take a position Wirk to pay far it from Judge Matthias the funeral of Mrs. Eskridga'g father, as Implement salesman with n. v. Miller. By hard work and good man. Asphalt-Cement-weld-ed Supt. i Driskcll said that few school room.3 have been remodeled, most of them having the same old benches and stoves that were in them nine years ago. However, this year some of the teachers have been giving entertainments to make funds for the purpose of repairing the school houses and their success was noted with delight. ooo' oa legal business. Mrs. J. B. Gibson, of Irvington, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Marshall Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Curtis, oi Glen Dean, was the guest of Mrs. Gus Shellman Sun day. Mrs. Frank Hardin left yesterday for Caboo, Mo. She will visit relatives a few days in Louisville enroute home. Silas Miller has moved to Clover- port. Rev. M. L. Dyer preached at Irving- ton Sunday, exchanging pulpits with Rev. Mays, who is in the series of meetings at the Southern Methodist church here. Guthrie Tucker, a prominent Mook citizen, was in town Saturday. Joe Jones, the Vanzant merchant, was In town Saturday. Tom Dyer and Virgil Harned, of Custer, were In town Saturday. The meeting at the Southern Method ist church is well attended. - Rev. Mays' sermons aro logical and sincere, and good is being accomplished here through his preaching. Miss Fannie McGary, the best ex change girl that ever so faithfully did a work for ten years, resigned her position with the Cumberland people for a much needed rest. Every patron regrets her disconnection with the Arte-miss- a Mc-Cormi- ck j corn se ness of all lands, household and kitchen furniture. W. 6 EVERYTHING GOES H. GIBSON, : Holt, WIDE-WELD Ky. ASPHALT Full inches ooo We will help you to save money in 1911 mJ - ooo If you have never been able to save money onlyin a haphazard way, come to see us and we will show you how to save something out of your earnings. You can't do it at home very well, and even if you can, it isn't safe, or ar Dris-kel- l, Gregory & Co., ooo Lumber, Lime, Cement prudent, or business-lik- e. BANK OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS. Casbler Weatherholt, Planters Flail Stock Farm Proprietor V. It. MOORMAN & SON, Notary Public Glen Dean, Ky. ld ,Has-wel- l, Now offering at bargain prices 3 Shorthorn bulls; 10 Poland China boars; 25 gilts; 20 work mules; 1 mare; 18 Collie pups; 15 Plymouth four-year-o- ltock cockrels, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fire and Plate Fidelity Bonds Glass Insurance CAR LOAD Northern White Seed Oats Just received from Iowa. Sarao quality as II. has been selling for years. Send 1110 your orders S. Bandy Warranted puro price right tracts other C. A. PENICK, agement he paid for his farm la three years. His health failed him and he made a trip to Texas. In the genial clime of Texas his health was restored. He came back, sold his farm for f 8,300 and his stock, farm utensils ami other holdings for f 1,000 more, and Memlay. :: '1 Irvington, Ky. KI 4 ft .1 tW rnnJl 1.... A I- - ,- 11 First-clas- ana omer members or bis family, troes to seek linfch tmalth ami in his new home. The News bates tt God him well sped. In the new Krwithlaml f Xk-- - ARemedy Ely's Cream Balm CATARRH Chas. Jackson, who has been III at h!s hame in the West End for several days, Is Improving. H Quickly tborbed. Wm Rllel at Ones. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protect)) tb diseased menu braae resulting from Catarrh nnd drives away n Cold In tho U Head quickly. FrUITD stores the Bonnes of flH I I Tnato nnd Smell. Full size GO eta., atDrug- or by moll. In liquid flstsBrothers, CO Warroa form, 7C cents. StrcettNew York. lIc-MI- II. Tompkins, manager of the Kostnosdale Rockquary at Oolite, was W. ! ! hero Monday Oscar Carr, of Cannelton, was here yesterday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph 3 i W &. rv t s . Cow milch cow. W. 1'iirnswortli, Cloverport, Ky. Oiicc-Al- ilch 'A n Winter is Still Here Got Wanted at oii WANTKD-Atonr- V, Comfort out of our Warmness business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris, of Nashville, Tenn., ure visiting relatives In tho county this week. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN J. B. Severs, of Union Star, attended ADVERTISING BY THE the School Board meeting held at tlatdinsburg Monday. Two rooms are being added to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nicholas GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO on Oak and Fourth streets. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer have gone to St. Petersburg, Fla., to spend the remainder of the winter. Breckenridge News Miss Lorcna Mattingly, one of the orightest young' girls of Eastland, has a ' WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1911 position in the telephone office. Lf Lll Proctor Keith. All passenger trains on the main line nnd on the branch were doing n good made For Sale or Rent Farm JAUM fo' sulci or ronti call or address Kuiltnan, La 1 mint. Ky. 1 l'aul I Now is the time to get Beautiful and Scholarship In tho Howling Ori-uUniversity. Rood In any dp Unit University. IlrcckenrtclRoNzws, Cloverport, Ky. COlt SALK-gcliolnri- lilp r For Sale Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Cloverport, Ky. Will be in Irviiiffton.Ky., I, 2, 3 Feb-mar- Glycerine y &e Lotion will fix those chapped Ladies' Sweaters and Auto Hoods Big Cut in Fur Scarfs From 98c to $7.50 . HI and (. hands RATES. TOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Lj&i $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices $ B.OO For County Offices $ 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per Hue .10 For Cnrds, per Hue For All Publications In the interest of individuals or expression .10 of individual views ner line..-- . Local Brevities Thos. J. Ferry has gone to Bedford, Ind. Miss Chesnau has gone to Henderson to live. Mrs. L. B. Perkins was In Louisville Monday. Miss Minnie Snyder Embry has been ill several days. Received today a nice Hn of lad:es and childrens shoes. C. Sippel. Hon D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, is in Indianapolis this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. D. R. Murray. Miss Ray Heyscr was called to Cin clnnati Monday on account of the illness of her sister, Mrs. Roy Ileyser. Ob Hfckcrson and Allie Whitworth, of near Stephensport, went to Louisville Monday to sell their tobacco. Mrs. Francis Thompson has returned from Eldorado, 111., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Dawson. J. C. Elder will have a public sale at his farm 5 miles from Cloverport, Fri day, January 27. Everybody welcome. Alfonzo Payne, of Newport, Ky., and a member of tho regular army, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. R. Powers, at Kirk. The Ladies Missionary Society cleared $1$ at their silver social Friday evening. The members of the committee were: Mrs. Robert Polk, Mrs. Ernest Boyd, Mrs. Abe Skillman, Mrs. Bowne, Mrs. J. H. Wills, Mrs. Frank Payne and Mrs. Lucian Chapin. When buying a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is most effectual for colds, czoup and whooping cough and that it contains no harmful drug, For sale by all dealers. is 10c and 25c Bottles Severs Drug Co. BEWLEYVILLE. Mrs. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, visiting her father, Thos. P. Harda-way. 1J. 1 C. NOLTE & BRO. 1 CLOVERPORT, KY. pi Louisville Harket Report Louisville, Jan. 19. 2nd Magisterial District, Breckenridge Co. -- Rev. J. F. Winchell preached at Sandy Hill church last Sunday. Mrs. Bartles Is quite sick at the, home of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Ross. Mrs. Chas. Randell and son, Earl, left Monday for Little Rock, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Smith, will leave this week for Brazil, Ind., to live. Mrs. Young, of Indiana, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Conrad Sippel. Jeff Owen and Ves Smith made a business trip to Louisville Monday. Buy your shoes and hoisery at and get piano certificates. Mrs. Ira Behen will entertain the Girls' Club at The Den this alternoon. Joe Roberts and Shelby Ford, of Fordsville, went to Louisville Monday. Who will get that fine $400 piano to be given away at C. Sippel's? Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Herrman, of Tell City.are visiting her old home at Union Star. Miss Kate Oglesby is ill, suffering from injuries received in a fall at her Sip-pe- l's Orville Leaf and Jim Winchell, o were 1,567 cattle on sale yesterday, a Toblnsport, were the guests of Misses moderate supply, and with a fairly Beatrice McCracken and Susie Newton good attendance of buyers the market Sunday. ruled just about steady with the close his left of last week Desirable butcher catJ. S. Armstrong, who had leg broken by a fallen tree several tle were in active demand, not enough weeks ago, was able to be down town of that class to go around; the medium and common kinds were just a'bout Monday. steady, but a trifle slow. Good deJeff Dillon was hero from Irvington Mrs. Ella Jordan has returned home mand for feeders and stockers at Friday, the thirteenth. from Wolf Creek where she was called bteady to firm prices. Bulls firm; can-- j Mrs. James Sklllman is recovering to see her sister, Mrs. Amanda Suell, ners slow; milch cows unchanged. Not from an attack cf grip. who has been quite ill. many heavy cattle here yesterday. Dr. Chas. LIghtfoot. James Younger, Leonard Oelze, J. Byrne Severs and Lafe Behen will go to West Point tomorrow to attend a Masonic meeting. Mrs. Tanner entertained the Ladies Reading Club delightfully at her home on Houston street last week. Mrs. L. T. Reid will be hostess tomorrow afternoon. ' Mrs. Lucy Speak, of Waverly, was visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Burch, near Rhodelia, last week. She is a sister of Dan Burch who was killed by Stiff. Cattle Miss Minniu Stlth, who has been There here since the beginning of the holidays, will leave Friday for Washington City. Bewleyville Public School closed Friday. The teacher, Mr. Horace McCoy, still lingers in these parts, and "they" say will most likely take one of his former pupils home The with him. TAXPAYERS LISTEN! By permission of my employer, the Sheriff, am going to extend the time for the final payment of taxes in this district one moremonth, JUST THIRTY SHORT DAYS. At the end of that time, which will be Feb. 1, 1911, I am going to advertise every man's, woman's or child's list that is left on my books on that day unpaid. Now, if you think am not in earnest about this matter just let the time pass and see what the result will be, but I would much rather you stop this right now because it only means additional cost to you. If you let this time pass you need not blame me when you are forced to pay several dollars cost. This will be my last appeal for 1910 taxes but it will appear just as many times as there are issues of the Breckenridge News between now and the 1st day 1 Announcement has been received here of the marriage of Miss Mamie Board to Mr. J. W. "Bowers, of Andalu sia, Ala. The bride is the cousin of the Misses Smith. Fred Pierce went to West Point for a little vacation to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce. He is one of the most accomodating young men at the depot in this city and is making many friends with the traveling public. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lafavstte Stader gave a six course dinner Friday evening In honor of Mrs. Ike Mever, of Louisville, who has returned to her home. Mrs. Stader has gone to Louisville to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Burt Muir. Eunnett Hardaway, of Iowa, ,s spending the winter months with his fattier, R. B. Hardaway. Miss Mary Shernll who has been Calves Receipts 150 head. The visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ben Wilson, market ruled about steady; the best has returned to "her home atOreens-burg- . ?88 30; some fancy higher; medium j $0(2)8; common $2.506. Miss Kathleen Walker returned to Hogs Receipts 3,489 head. The school at Russellville Saturday. market was rather slow in opening, E. P. Hardaway and Wathen Drury and prices 20c lower on all grades; will y hog sale attend the selected hogs of all weights 'selling at of Harris & Danie s' In Louisville $7.90; roughs out at $7.30 down. The Thursday. pons wore well cleared of good hogs, If the ocs.t is liOt too good for you and the market closed steady at the Lewispurt IKst Hour is the Hour you decline. Sheep and Lambs Receipts 42 ought to use. head. The market ruled steady, the best butcher lambs $5r).50; some fancy higher; medium and culls FOR FLETCHER'S fat sheep 82.503; medium and common I sheep slow at $1(3(2.50. Duroc-Jerse- 1 $i"; Children Cry PRODUCE. C ASTO R A but believe in home. Farmers Union, of Breckenridge county, has 3,000,000 pounds of tobacco pledged. Thos. Gibson, who has moved to Stephensport from Sample, was In the city Monday. Eggs Case count candled 2gc. Poultry Hens 13c; large springers 12c; small springers l415c: ducks 1313c; turkeys lO 16M; geese 1010)c; old guineas f AO per dozen. Grain Wheat New No. 2 red 98c; No. 2 red 93c. Corn New No. 3 white 49c; new No. 3 mixed 19c; old corn No, 3 white 55c; No. 3 mixed f5. Oat- sNew No. 3 white 36c; new No. 3 mixed 35c. Rye- - No, 2 nominal 91c. Flour) Minnesota patent $0 per barrel in wood; plain patents $5.90; winter pat ents $5.30; low grades 84. 30. 25c, Eggs and Poultry Don't be superstitious SIGNS -, of February, 1911. See- ' LILB0N SMITH Phone 24-Y R. 0. PERKINS, Deputy Sheriff WATCH FOR I ALEXANDER'S SPECIAL PRICES 7 Ad. Next Week I "Alias Jimmy Valentine" hi Involving false confessions themselves or others. This information is used against tho men after they nre. released ns well ns against men who nro nt largo whom tho police desire to incriminate." "No ono Is ever forced to confess nnythlng here, madam," protested Handler, "Hut I know- ""Pnrdon mo. Mrs. Moore," Interrupted the lieutenant governor, rising, "I do not think that in your zeal you realize what you nro sriylng." IIo addressed the warden. "It seems, however, thnt these well meaning ladles hnve evidence that n certain man hero did confess some offense to n n" "To n stool." commented Handler. "Am I responsible for the detectives who hnve men working Insldo tho prison for them?" "Uy a 'stool' you menn" "A stool pigeon, a decoy. They win tho confidence of prisoners nnd tell what they learn to tho detectives." Mrs. Moore hero went on to stnto that In Sing Sing nnd In nil prisons wore conllncd many Innocent men nnd that In any event released men should be encouraged to live honestly, should be given n chance. They ought not to he pursued and hounded Into being spies by detectives nnxlous to mnko n record for securing convictions regardless of tho truth of the testimony. One reason tho woman advanced for her stand was that u man who be en mo a spy or decoy must associate continually with men nnd women of questionable character, thus rendering It Impossible to secure or much less remain In honest employment "Bosh!" exclaimed Handler ns sho "These folks wo get don't ceased. want to live strnlght, won't live straight, can't llvo strnlght when they get on the outside. First, they're all lazy; second, most of them ore in make sane. "What would you call a man." con tinued the warden, "who docs some- - a Utile section of the darker side of life which appealed strongly to her Imaginative nature. Her checks flushed with the excitement of tho occasion, this voyage Into this famous tomb of living dead men. As tho warden finished she exclaimed, "I once hail an cxpcrlcnco with a burglar, nnd" "Did ho tnko your jewels?' asked Mrs. Moore sympnthetlcnlly. "No. I was In the parlor car in daylight. I was tho only person In tho car, nnd this mnn walked up nnd accosted me. I reached for the bell for tho porter. IIo struck my wrist. Then ho snt on tho nrm of my chair. IIo wanted to tnlk to me, ho said. I scarcely know what to do when n younger man, evidently n gentleman, walked In from tho smoking compartment nnd, taking the man by tho nrm, led him nwny." "How do you know the mnn was a burglar?" asked tho lieutenant governor. "Listen. I had no more than got my breath when tho man camo back. IIo flan showed. When he shook hands with me I noticed that his hands were very white nnd smooth and sensitive." Tho warden was now leaning over his desk, intent on the girl's words. "I noticed that ho had tho habit of frequently pressing ono hand nervously Into Jho other, and" "IIo was tall, and ho had blond hair," Interjected the warden. The girl gazed, at Handler in open mouthed astonishment "Lame Leg Well" say I wish to WAIIDEN CHAPTER III. HANDLER, ho' hnd given have used Sloan's Ltnl-mc- that I nt his an Indication that he believed ho hnd recognized on a lame leer that has given me much trouble lor six months. It was so bad that I 'couldn't walk sometimes for a) week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my j leg, and bought everything that I ' heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. i Hose Lane's deliverer, answered the questions of the girl nnd the lleutcn ant governor by stntlng: "The man Is as bad ns the burglar he threw out of tho car window even worse. He's In this prison nt this moment, I firmly believe, according to tho description wo'vo Just heard." exclaimed Miss "Oh, Imposslblcl" Lane, her faco coloring. "IIo was n gentleman, n thorough gcntlcmnn, nnd too young to bo n 'hardened criminal." Her faco beenme shadowed with con corn. Tho wnrden wns vastly amused at Good for Athletes. JIMMY VALENTINE, WARDEN f j HANDLER AND ROSE LANE. j gratefully extracted a weed. "Thanks," mumbled the detective, als Valentino Is tho only high class iok I ever know that I couldu't irh and put away for keeps. There's mothlng of n mystery about him. e'd get away with the Unfiles game j high society in a wnlk. The swell lames would go daffy over his good looks and his tony manners and his pleasing voice. Yet he has trailed along with tho toughest gang In the business." Doyle paused, thou said. "And yet he says ho Is Innocent, I suppose." "Yes," put in Handler, leaning comfortably in his chair.. "Said so last time I talked with him. This prison is killing him. He doesn't like It. He can't stand It. Ills nerves will stick out through his skin If they Jump much more." "He's the ono follow I think this life would cure. lie's a wonder." "At safes, you mean." was Handler's sarcastic rejoinder. Little did the warden and tho detective realize as they sat and schemed to bring about tho further and complete ruin of Jimmy Valentine that " r of youi am. ar como to se- - ...c- - ouc I grab you by uitstuke m M;s...'wa.". - with you!" snarled Avery, "To turning away uud facing the warden. Tvo got the regular state allowance for released prisoners comin' to inc. ain't I?" "Yes," answered Handler, "and you take It and get out of here, you crook! Here, sign this" (ho showed him a paper), "If you can write. If you can't, why, make your mark." Tho .warden handed over a bill. Tho departing man scanned tho greenback deprecatlngly. "Five dollars," ho cried, "and this suit of clothes that a country constable could see the Sing Sing tag on In tho night! Pretty good for eight years and ten months' work, eh? And you guys arc my friends! For God's sake, let me get out of here, where thcro are men who don't llvo on tho mistakes of some ono else." Ho "wheeled toward tho door nnd disappeared. "There's ono more wo'v got to keep track of," commented Doyle. "Uo'll bo nt work In a week," said Handler laconically. "Yes, nnd I'll uall hlra and give him "back to you." "I don't want him," tho warden put in hastily. "I Just might make It . ... "there's u ends, rough hew them how wo will," auu i ins iimuence is not denied to those who languish forlorn nnd hopeless in prison cells. Little did they know that it might bo Jimmy Valentine. No. 12S9. who was to teach thorn that the soul of a man Is an unquenchable spark that not oven years of oppression and degradation can lastingly dim when tho spirit wills that they shall not. And Just now there came a knocking at tho warden's door that portended much for No. 1289. The warden's secretary went to tho door opening from tho office into a waiting room where visitors were received. IIo returned to announce. "Some members of the Gate of Hope society, and they have tho lieutenant governor and his niece with them." "The lieutenant governor?" ejacu-late- r divinity that shapes our this remark, which tho young girl ren dcred with tho finality of unquestioned authority. "Ago "Too young!" he laughed. any figure in crlmo tho doesn't cut way you mean. It's some of these young fellows thnt will take a chuncu nt anything. You see, they're nmbl tlous. They're nnxlous to rise in their business." The wnrden paused and glanced from the girl to the observing lieutenant governor, then to the two members of tho Gate of Hope. Ho commented on tho fact that his visitors had with him on various points nnd informed them that ho had determined to offer them a few object lessons, lessons with living models. "I'll show you," he said, "thnt these crooks wo'vo got here will ply their trade at all times, whether they profit or not; that, in short, criminality Is n mania with them and that there's no use In trying to better them." Ills first exhibit, brought in by tho secretary, was tho celebrated forger "Bllnkey" Dnvls. At the warden's request Lieutenant Governor Fny drew n check for S5 and handed It to Bllnkey. To oblige the warden Bllnkey, nldcd by n knife nnd "IIE WAS TALL AND HAD BLOND IIAin." pen nnd ink, in five minutes had threw his arms about my shoulders "raised" it to the amount of $50,000. and n train sat on the chair arm. When Th.e lieutenant governor pronounced it I reached for the bell ho struck my ' perfect "I know where I could pnss arm. I screamed. The gentleman it, too," lnughed Bllnkey ns he was led who had taken him away before ran ' away. into the car, and they fought. I was ' "I had him on tho books once, nnd petrified with fright Tho gentleman he couldn't resist raising tho prison was much the smaller, and it seemed checks," chuckled Handler. "I could he would surely ho killed when sud- bring In follows like that all day." denly by some trick ho sent tho man ' He picked up an object from his desk. crashing through tho Pullman window. "Do you seo this lock? A German I read in the paper the next day that Inventor waiting outsido has spent a famous burglar was found with his ' fourteen years In perfecting that IIo skull fractured near the tracks." claims It cannot ho opened without A strange light came Into Handler's tho key. Tho prison board has accepteyes. Was it possible, ho thought ed It for use hero If tho claims mado thnt so strange a coincidence for It are true. We have n man hero "Did that occur In this state?" he paralyzed on one. side-- a. sneak thlnf. asked quickly. "Yes," between Buffalo and Rochester two years ago In June." The wnrden compressed his lips dls-ngro- Mr. K. Guzman, Instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox-bur- y, Mass., says: "I have used SLOAN'S LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fatigue after physical exertion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- n Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. P(!ces,25c.l50o.&$1.00 Slonn's look on horses, cattle, sheep nnd poultry sent free. Address Sr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., V. S. A. -' I firmly. Handler. "Fay." "Yes." LIEUTENANT FAY GOVEnNOIt NOUNCED. WAS AN- "What's the Gate of nope?" asked thing the law forbids, does it when-ive- r tho opportunity offers without a Doyle. "A gang of women tryln to release chance of gain? What do you call a from prison convicts they believe nre man who does a thing for tho love of it?" Innocent." said tho warden. "An artist," answered Mrs. WebThe detective smiled. At Handler's order Smith summoned ster. "Artist! Then I've got a lot of the callers, Doyle making his exit. "The lieutenant governor," pondered them," laughed Handler sarcastically. " tcondcr if there's any "Well, to mo they are insane." Handler. To Uoso Lnno the ndventuro was exleak ulout those contracts for supplies." tremely Interesting. Finally succeedMrs. Moore nnd Mrs. Webster of tho ing in gaining her unclo's consent to society, middle aged women of pleas- her accompanying him on a visit to ing appearance, cr.nie In. followed by tho crent Drlson. sho was now seelnir Uoso Lane, the lieutenant governor's niece, nnd that olliclal himself. Miss Lane, a young girl of unmlstnkable charm and beauty, held closo to her uncle's side. "Mr. Handler," spoko Mrs, Webster r "wo como today with a famous .r Governor Lieutenant Fny,'' sho pronounced, inclining tobecause it gives the best light of all ward that olliclal. "Governor," said tho warden, bowlamps. The Rayo gives a wnite soft, ing. Tho lieutenant governor shook mellow, diffused light easy on the Handler's hand and presented his eye because it cannot nicker. You niece. Tho party seated themselves, "Was tho dead burglar's nnrno Cotton?" ho Interrogated earnestly. "Yes; that's what tho papers said. Did you know him?" "nad him here for llvo years once. Odd, hut wo heard ho was killed trying to get on n moving train. And, by tho way, his particular pal is now in this prison doing ten safe breaking. His name is Valentine. The story you tell is a brand now one on us." "And you never saw again tho gentleman who rescued you?" queried Mrs. Moore of Miss Lane. "Never." Into tho young girl's face camo an expression of mingled sweetness and regret. The woman's question semed to revive in her tho memories of a voice and faco and a manner and a personality which somehow sho had never been quite ahlo to forget. "Wo sat and tnlkcd for a few minutes," sho finally went on. "Ho told mo that there were reasons why ho could not let mo know who ho was nnd thnt he could never seo mo again, though I wanted him to meet my family to receive their thanks for what ho had done. He was very nervous, but he had amazing strength for one of his build, ns hla handling of thnt ruf- - "The two you hnve shown us do not entirely prove your nrgument, Mr. Wnrden," she said doubtlngly. "They aro tho very lowest types in the prison. You argue a general premise from two individual cases. Wo do not raaintnln that such apparent criminals ns we have seen should bo liberated, but" she turned to Fny "there nre gentlemen here, governor, men of quite a different type than these, whom ono never sees." "Wardcu," said tho lieutenant governor, "I fear the ladles have more Interest In the more romantic types of criminals poets, for Instance." Mrs. Moore rose indlgnnntly. "I shall mako note of that frivolous speech In my report" she snapped. Handler thought of Vnlentlne, who wns being detained outside. He would glvo his visitors their wish, as Fny seemed greatly Interested. He would show them his prlzo exhibit In .spite of n belief that was taking a strong hold on his brain he would take n chanco on displaying the unique abilities of No. 12S!). IIo well knew what to do should ;ompllcatloiis ensue. There were dark cells In Sing Sing for convicts tho warden could decide to bo unruly. These were damp, dark cells below iho level of the rushing river, relics Df years when the stnto had little money nnd little thought for those acid to have broken Its laws. There were cells with "straitjackcts,'' where a mnn could bo trussed up with straps fixed to the walls, like a suckling 4ilg In a market window, only his toes touching tho fioor. Anyway No. 1.2S9 . OLINEEV DAVIS ItAlSED $50,000. TUB CHECK TO The Famous K&Si. ii is me Lamp or n.. ieai n oeamy m I I have sent for him. IIo may not open it, but he will try, for ho cannot resist the criminal manlu that controls him. Smith," to his secretary, "get the Dutchman; nlso tho gentleman known ns 'Dick tho Hat' " When the decrepit form of "Dick tho Itat" was brought iu, together with tho patient Inventor BUckendolfen-bach- , ho wns given tho lock, threo minutes nnd a hairpin. Ten seconds before his allotted time expired ho throw tho lock, opened, on tho wnrd-ch'- b desk, nnd with his repulsive, seamy faco contorted into what ho considered was a emtio ho inclined his head to ono side. From his throat camo Inarticulate squeals of gleo exactly tho squeals of a rat. Only tho watchfulness of Smith was nlready discredited. "Get Valentino!" he gruffly said to Smith. "Well, governor," ho contin ued in n more amiable tone, "I'll glvo you and the ladles a romantic type. He's not a poet, but ho is doing ten years hero for opening n bank safo without tools or the combination, simply by sense of touch. There Is soma poetry in that" "Impossible!" commented Fay. "Well, tho bank safo wns opened and tho money stolen, nnd his pal penciled." Tho door nt the right of tho office lending In from the corridors of cells opened. In enmo Smith, followed by n young man whoso couvlct's garb could not overshadow tho Intolllgenco that showed In his ashen fnce. Clearly the prison air wns working Its baneful penalty on hlra with moro success than usual in tho caso cf men who entered tho Institution In good health. Vaguely conscious that thero were visitors present, No. 12S0 stood before the wnrden with his eyes directed towanl tho floor. Ills shoulders wcrq square, bo was of good height, with n flguro which yet bore Indications thnt he had been athletic In his free days. When he had en tered the room the lieutenant gov ernor hnd noticed that tho convict wulked with a freo, manly stride, having no semblance to the shuffling prison slouch of his fellovf Inmates. "Permit me," Handler addressed bis MBS. WKBSTUit AND MUS. MOOItB OV TUB OATK Of IIOt'E SOCIETY. 9 tough for him if ho was sent back. I thought ho had como to his senses and would help you against Valentine, but bo's Just a plain fool." "And all alike all blaming us for their fall." Tho detectlvo seated himself as bo spoke. "Ho cau't work now; lie's too old. Tho gamo as he know it was tho yegg game." Handler also had resumed his seat, and be leaned over his desk and said significantly: ''So you'ro afraid Valentine will get a new trial, eh? There's soma class to Valentine. Havo a ssokc." The prison master held out a box of Derfectoa. from which Dovlo facing tho warden. "Wo have como hero today," said Mrs. Moore, "to again nsk that men bo not forced to mako confessions wbllo imprisoned here that may bo used against them when they leave here. Wo understand that through tho pressuro that can bo brought to bear on the inmates in tbeso institutions they can bo mado willing to confess to crimes they never committed." "What do you mean?" queried Haning prisoners of their proper ance of food and of small privileges they are allowed, and by bullying conduct oa the part of tlie men in charge of thejft the lanalM can be ld to dler. "Ob, we understand can use your eyes as long as you wish low-price- under the Rayo light without strain. d, and The Rayo Lamp Is even though you pay $5, $10 or $20 for other lamps, you may get more, Expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the Rayo gives. A strong, durable shade-holdholds the shade on firm and true. This season's new burner adds strength and appearance. low-priced er that by Once a Rayo User, Always One. r deprivallow- Standard Oil Company (IaGorportUd) Dtattn Enrywhirt. If Hit at yvuri, wrtit fur atxrtpHvt (imtar to th niartst agtKf ofiXi saved tho "Itat" from tho violent despairing onslaught of tho German, who screamed: "I'll kill him! Ho ruin me! Und mlt a hairpin, meln Gott!" "You'ro not tho first man to bo ruined by a hairpin," laughed the warden. "Don't tell your wife." Smith sent tho inventor to the railroad station in chargo of a guard and consigned tho grinning Bllnkey to tho cell that had long been his borne. On returning to tho oillce the secretary said: "I've brought Valentine along too. I thought you might want him to open tho safe." A disturbed expression came into tho prison master's face. He glanced quickly at Fay and his niece, then talked In an undertone with his aid. Ut.wa iaterrasUd Uy Unt, visitors, with an elaborate gesture "to presont Mr. Jlmniy Valeatla. He's put moro tlmo locks on the retired list than any three men In tbe whole place, and when It comes to the fancy 'getaway' only a crosseyed copper can keep tabs on hlra." The warden's, picturesque lntro4M4- - Wbr. CaUa4l e page kvm 1" Alias FREE 1 f 1 to open a mile without the combination. I regret I cannot do ns you HIGHWAYS TOO WIDE. Jimmy ADVICE ask." Handler forgot tho presenco of tho lieutenant governor and of the ladles. "Get out of here, you" Mrs. Webster stepped forward Fny determined to take a hand. "You're losing your temper, warden," ho began when he saw the prisoner step to the door through which ho hnd come. "Just a moment," Fny said commanding!' to tho convict, "I Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG TO WOMEN "Women suffering from any form of I forgot your name." Tho prisoner halted, no saw that tho speaker had como across to the Illness nro invited to promptly com- -' mtmlcato with Mr8.Pinkli.nn .it Lynn, Mass. All letters nro received, opened, read and answered by women. A wo man can irooiy taiK of her privato illness to a woman; 3. Copyright, 1910, by American Prcii thus lias been established tliis conAssociation fidence botwoon 'I' 'I' t - Jm5mJmJ,$ "t J 't' f' t 'J I Jl lMi' lira, rinkham and non was lost on nose Lane. Sno tho worn on of caught a glimpse of tho face of the America which lia3 man la felou'd stripes. She leaned to never been broken. onu sldo to mako certain. Yes; now Never has alio nub- she could not possibly be mistaken. lislied n tcstimoninl or used a letter Sho extended her hand spasmodically without tho written consent of tho and clutched the lieutenant governor's writer, and never has tho Company allowed theso confidential letters to arm. out of their possession, as tho "Uncle, uncle," sho said chokingly, uindrcds of thousands of them in "It Is hoi" their files will attest. "Whnt's the matter, child?" was Out of tho vast volumoof cxperionco Fay's anxious response. which Mrs. Pinkham lias to draw Is tho man who saved mol" from, it is moro than possiblo that sho "Thnt tho excited young girl gasped. "That has gained tho very knowledge needed Is tho man who threw tho burglar in your case. Sho asks nothing in return except your good will, and her through tho express train window!" Surely Tho warden's shifting oyo caught advico has helped thousands. rich or poor, should bo tho agitated movement of Itose Lano nny woman, advantage of this generglad to tako as Jimmy Valentino was brought In, ous offer of assistance. Address Mrs. and ho quickly resolved on n course of IMnkham, caro of Lydia E. Pinkham procedure that would place the young Medicino Co., Lynn, Mass. prisoner In as bad n light ns possible. Every woman ought to linvo As for tho lieutenant governor, ho was o Lydia E. Pinklmm's almost as astonished ns Rose at the is not a hook for Text Book. unexpected denouement, and he quietly Insisted that she say nothing more general distribution, as it is too HKS. WEHSTEIt HTEF1T.D FOKWARD Mfr TISTINOLY. about tho subject and calm herself. expensive. It is free and only So far as outward manifestations obtainable hy mail. "Write for middle of the office. "My name Is Valentine, sir," ho responded. were concerned, the clrl followed this it today. "With your permission, warden. I will speak further with this young flnndler was wntchlng the exchnngo man." Fny directed nt Handler. of greetings with keen Interest. "Aw. he's making n grand stand "Met before, governor, have you?" piny because there Is some one hero." ho asked ingenuously. "And you" "No," responded Fay. "But I'm glad Handler was npologetlc. to see you have some types hero dif"I've only- "ferent than 'Dick the Rat' and" "If you please, I should like to talk "Yes," broke In the warden, "ncro. to Valentine." spoke Fay coldly. "All right, go ahead. He's waiting Jlnimy. there's something gono wrong with the office safe. Open it for me. to talk." will you?" "Valentine," snld the lieutenant govFny fastened a pentrating gaze on ernor, "can you not as a favor to us, a lot of skeptics, open tho prison Valentine. The prisoner turned his face away safe?" The prisoner camo toward tho ofand toward tho warden. "I'll do so very gladly If I can. ficer of the state. "If tho warden will favor mo with What Is the combination?" "Combination!" exploded tho ward- tho combination I will try." Handler broke In. "You fourflush-tng"- en, staring at tho prisoner. Valentino was as cool and as insist"And without It?" continued Fay. ent ns though ho were an employer "I could no moro do It than you. talking with one of his clerks. sir." "Yes, the combination. How can "Were you not convicted for doing you expect me to open the safe without It? Why, Mr. Warden, you must Just what wo ask?" "Yes, sir, on the evidence of a dyln "DIOK THE RAT." ho Joking with me." i rook and" rtose Lane smiled complacently Into advice fairly well, but Obr heart "That'll do, Valentine," interjeted pounded uncontrolledly, her pulse the lieutenant governor's face. tho warden. Handler's face became red i leep throbbed correspondingly, and-- wave "One moment, Mr. Handler," said of deepest pity surged over her ns she rea that threatened any moment to. Fny, raising his hand. "You were merge into n rich grape purple hue. realized tho horrlblo lot to which had "You go at that safo and open It about to sny, Valentine?" been condemned the hero of the one "Nothing, sir." great adventure of her life, the gal- Just Uko you need the coin!" ho "I want you to talk." lant Prince Charming of tho only real shouted. "I would rather not." played gesValentino made a deprecatory romance In which she had ever Rose Lane had risen from her chair. a part. ture. Sho advanced and grasped her un- governor addressed "You flatter me," he answered, and The lieutenant he smiled a most aggravating smllo the prisoner: "How do you do, sir?" that caused the now thoroughly arousValentine swung around and faced ed prison master to pound his desk the speaker. lie realized that he and hoarsely cry: could no longer conceal his features "Flattery bo d d! You do ns I say from the spectator. Ho pressed his or I'll give you the" hands nervously together and looked Handler caught himself just In time. his questioner squarely In tho eyes. Ho suddenly remembered that tho "How do you do. sir?" ho said in a Heutennnt governor was present. low voice. "Say, Valentino," ho substituted for his intended threat of tho straltjacket, JoBiiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW "you're fourllushlug because there's a r IBBBBSbHI flvPy gallery present, eh?" No. 12S9 turned and surveyed tho visitors present. His gazo passed from tho lieutenant governor to the two members of tho Goto of Hope society. Then In tho background, half IN 1911 crouched Into ono of the uncomfortable woodeu chqlrs that adorned the warden's ofllco, ho saw u girlish figure. Ho leaned forward Involuntarily, THEJLIFE OF for ho saw a face and a pair of large brown eyes fixed steadfastly upon LUTHER MARTIN him. He recognized the girl as tho ono ho had saved from tho remorseA great biography vivid, less clutches of Billy Cotton Cotton, OF THE CUTE OF HOPE HO whom ho had thrown to his death TDK LADIES LIEUTENANT OOVKllNOU FAY. dramatic, readable. CIETY AND through tho window of a transconticlo's arm. Sho turned her eyes plead' nental flier. But ouly for a moment ingly toward his. did Jimmy Valentine falter. With "It might mean your pardon," said masterful control ho wheeled to fuco Fny, stroklnj; fondly tho brown hair Robert Hichens's tho warden. "You nro wrong again," ho said evenly to Handler. "You that crowned the "My pardon?" exclaimed Valentine, 1THE DWELLER know I am not what you would have "Yes, I am tho lleutcunnt-govcrno- r theso peoplo think I am." ON of tho state. Tcrhap's I will lntercedo Now the grapo purplo began to show for you." in the warden's face. Tho thick veins TIHE lu his neck began to thicken still Continued next week, moro and to crowd his low collar for A powerful now novel by fX Those of Germany Compared to Roads of the West. It Is nrgned that ns a gencrnl thing and particularly In tho weat the roads of the United States are too wide. Tho west find Germany nro compared In this respect. It Is pointed out that while In Germany, where tho traffic Is enormous, the highways nro but twenty and twenty-on- e feet, In the west, where tho traffic Is comparatively light and land Worth $100 an ncre, the roadways are from fifty to sixty feet in of which grows width. thro-fourth- s up In weeds and grass. It can hitrdly bo said, however, that tho roads Ore too wide In tho eastern Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 147 145 I 143 Pally 4 4 I HI Lv -- oiiy D"y, Deity 40 pm a 40nm 3J STATIONS . RI.OUl5VILLIi. ...STKAWIIKIUlY IIIgHUKK. .. 146 Dally Ar . . 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Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chir cirs between Louisville and St, Louts, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evnusville. Throuch Pall, Jacking Up the Tired Systom Without man sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. Using Stimulants. , No. lJl will fitotl at Stations WMt nf cnB8r3 trom If efforts to keep nt work are con- oast of Cloverport. tinued In spite of fatigue the quality No. I44 will stop of the work Is poor and tho exhaustion west of Cloverport. at stations east of Cloverport to dischargelpasseneers from Inordinate. Students constantly make this error and do all sorts of things to keep awake to burn the midnight oil when If thoy would go to bed and rest they could accomplish far vmore Between irvlngton and Fordsville West Bound in half the time In the morning with Hast Bound little or no fatigue. FIrstCluss Second Class First Class Second Class Yet there nro times when sleepiness No. 7 No. 118 No. 112 No. 6 No. 8 and fatigue must be overcome without No. 9 No. 10 STATIONS resort to stimulants which Injure the Puss. Frelc't Puss. Sund'y Dally Frelc't 1llUy I,il"y Judgment. The tired physlclau with Duly Dully Dally Only n critical case, for Instance, must have 45pm his wits about him. and It will aid htm 815iim UlOim Lv.IIVINOTON..Ar 10 lOim lOOOim 4 lolm 11 lOom (11 in 8 30 ...1IASIN SPUING r 35 ( t, 5i ( .1 15 vastly to go to an open window every fli 55 10 50 ('09 8 55 sll 3i OAltHELD. .. . s 9 35 s 12 s 2 52 10 31 (7 20 (11 40 9 20 fifteen or thirty minutes to take a ( 9 0) HAHNED .... ( 2il ( 2 .17 10 15 9 3J 811 49 JUNCTION s 3 53 s 2 30 s 9 22 dozen or two deep Inspirations of cold s7 23 s7 34 9 :0 sll 51 ..HAUUfN'SHUKU SOU S S 4li s 9 53 S12 0lnm air. His exhaustion in the end will be s7 41 s 8 39 s 05 JUNCTION. s 9 It 10 10 (7 50 (12 03 10 13 ( 8 30 ICIItlv ( 9 03 ( 1 55 10 01 great, hut he can make it up later. (7 57 10 35 (12 15 ( 8 22 McOUADV ( 8 5il ( 47 9 54 10 43 As a matter of fact, surgeons and h8 10 sl2 27 .. .GLEN DEAN s 8 10 Is 8 45 s 1 35 9 43 19 10 53 sl2 3I DE.MPSTEIt s 8 05 S 28 s 8 3ti 9 others whose work requires the keen- S3 24 (8 11 00 (12 40 .. ( 8 00 KOCICVALE ( S 33 s 23 9 31 (12 45 11 10 est perceptions Instinctively choose the 13 30 ( 7 51 VANZANT ... ( 8 27 ( 17 9 2iJ (8 34 (12 50 ( 7 50 - ASICINS .... f 8 21 If20 ( 1 13 9 23 early morning for their best efforts, (8 42 11 30 (12 tO ( 7 45 OAKS ( 8 13 ( 05 .. 9 15 11 33 reserving tho afternoon for "low sS 49 s 00 ELLMITOH .. s 8 liim S 7 35 s 00 10 8 55pm 1150)H FOKIisvir r v 7 30am 12 50pra 9 05 or recreation. That pressure" tasks 3 30 Ar EAUL'GTON Lv "5 45 Is, It is far better to so live that wo do not need the stimulus of these extraorWEST dinary methods of respiration. AmerBetween Dempster and EAST BOUND FIGHTING FATIGUE. Plni-a.-.-, .KC Hartford Line I n ex-Su- n n ux-S- t. 15 . 11 U . 1 1 1 3-- . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 V .. ican Medicine. Falls of Rouli. & T. 24 Pa53cnger UOUND Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S SfiTfSg, B P""gef PaUy Except Sunday pm class 23 TIMETABLE TixU Tlmo 19.1910. " 26 27 C ASTO R A I AN jUed andFrld-Only 1 Pa55cngcr Table went lutoetl'oct Sunday. Juno atiusgpm Pawner n 1Iy Weufe ?s ORIENTAL GARDEN. Planted With Flowers, and It Has' No Lawns. Patly Except Sunday 2 19 9 00 14 D'"ly STATIONS ' Except Sundliy 3 35 ii in a 15 guildj;y 12 iffiffil 3 2 03 1 32 Allied Monday. It Is Not p ID !S ?!! u m am m HE'U'STEK. ... FALLS Of ItOUQH 2 35 15 um pm pm p m. Bm The Century A garden does not necessarily mean of (lowers arranged more or less symmetrically, with spaces of lawn, shelter of trees and paths hither and thither. There have been gardens that, beyond a terra cotta Jar or two holding a rosebush or a flowering almond, have had no green thing wlthlu their gntes. I know of an oriental garden In Fez where white garmented Moors come In the cool of the evening to sit and listen to ancient stories that tbey know by heart, or to music that was old when tho pyramids were new. or perhaps to look at n dancing girl or two' taking soft steps while they smoke their yet that garden Is nothing more than a series of arches upholding walls beyond walls, toned a faint, mysterious yellow that Is not yellow, but white, and yet not white, hut rose. In tho middle Is a ool of water In n stone basin that looks blue because of the In tense sky oorhe:id and that shimmers with gold In reflections from tho walls, lu the corner stands n mighty Jar full of strange scarlet blossoms, and rugs of deep color and Intricate pattern He on the sun warmed flajjs. There Is always tho fairy music of n collection unr-glles, Real Estate Department a farm or business ' If you do you may lind just what you need in this department. Jf you are interested in any of tho following proprieties write us at onco for owner's name and address. If none of theso places suit you,, write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduco you to tho man who has tho very property yow Do you want to buy are looking for. want cash Do You Wo recommend tho following properties and fair in price. as being productive Want to Sell your farm or business?:: If yo for your property, send price and description at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. This department is conducted solely for tho purposo of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno. CO CO 07 acres, 3K miles north of Hard-l'-''- v' lnsbure, near tho Hnit.douburtf road. Well watered, plcntv ot timber (or Improvements. Uoublo Lot," houro, small stable. Good rich laud, lino (or Hurley tobacco. Terms easy. For further Information write Jno. D. Habuajre, Cloverport, Ky. D. Babbage. log; lox dwelling. 2 rooms and sldo roomi good stable ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenant housea. I'lonty ot good timber (or (arm purposesi good land to clear. I'rlce H cash. SaLE A farm containing 250 acres and all under fence. A nice cottage cf n rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar with a store room over it. two good stock burrm ono tenant house ; about 500 upple and peach trees, also pears, quinces und apricots; moat all kinds of small fruits, Including a nice vlnyard ot choicest grapes; 200 acres cleared, balance In woods, ltt acres in grass, soveru grovesof black locust sulllclout for posts to wlro the wholo farm in. It lies near Ekron ptiL. 11. & St. L. It. It. price Is 5,000 oc long und easy payments. FOU SALE A splendid stand (or a druggUt physician In a good town surrounded by good, prosperous farmers. This Is Just the placo for boino young physician to step Into a good practice und u good drug business. An old established physician wants to retire U the reason (or selling. For further particulars address JNO. U. IMIUIAQK, Cloverport. Ky, 1 15 pOIt ' girl's-head- . ITHRESHOLD tho author of "Tho Garden of Allah" its themo, psychical research. A rich andvariodfcast of good things for readers of he warned. "I know that every one hero knows that but- ""You'ro doing ten for opening a bank safo and you cau't open an old safo like wlno?" The warden was sneering. spaed. "You better do as I ask, Valentino," Constipation is the cause of many ailments and disorders that make life miserable. Take chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets, keep yourbow- els regular and you will avoid these, diseases. For sale by all dealers. Foxglove. In some plucea In England tho is regarded with awe as a "witches' flower." tho pensauts saying that tho witches uso the bells of the bloseoms as thimbles. In most parts, however, the "wee sma' folk that bode no 111" are the beings that "sweetly nestle in the foxglove bells." and in Ireland tbe plant is called ike fairy eap. fox-glo- The Century IN 1911 Scfd (or Prospectus ts O. CBNTURY-CUN49N SQUAMk THB NSWXYOWC, "I never opened that bank safe. You know that" "You're going to pose, eh? Well, listen, you go and 'cop that gopher1 or I'll give you solitaire for a mouth." nandlcr was now at his worst A moatb of "solitaire!" A month, thirty days, thirty Bights, alone, save for the rats and the river tide that seeped between the stones "It is aa ImBeasUMtz, fee aay one I XOacrps, Smiles from Ouston. 3 mleii ,rom jrvinptoni well lays well; Kood youmr orchard Rood timber j on rural routoi school house (ow yards (ron house: Improvements; good (our room dwelling with kltchuu on back porch; two irood birns; burn uud teuent house and cistern back In the Held; meat und hen house; wood shed; will sell on easy payments; plenty Torturing eczema spreads its burning otsmi.ll fruit. Further particulars address area every day. Doan's Ointment Jno. I). Daubago, Cloverport, Ky. quickly stops it spreading, iustautly Eor l9 acres (our the itching, cures it permanently 4Xr,uuu Qlendeauo, 3 miles mllesjwestof (rom branch railroad ; all (rosh land; 100 acres In cultivaAt any drug store. tion; 50 acres in (trass; will produce tho best corn, wheat aud tobacco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well ut door ut dwell- Definite Instructions. Telegraphers have their troubles, like tho rest of mankind, and the men who follow the dots and dashes tell stories based upon actual bapncnlnKslhnt TTAVE you over tried to sell your old clothes? Tho only almost test tho credulity of tho hearer. way you can soil thorn is to talk about thorn, show them man now In chargo of a Postal of fice is responslhlo for the following, and keep after tho porson until you get tho money in your which occured to him when ho was pocket-booIt's tho samo way with everything olso you holding down a key in au obscuru phtco In the suburbs; havo to talk about it boforo you can soli it and tho best way "A farmer came lu ono day and to bo heard is through tho homo paper. Put an ad. in tho handed mo a messago to 'Mrs. Smith, want column at Xc a word, an ad. in tho locals at 10c a lino and Now York city.' I usked for tho ad you will sell that old stovo, that baby buggy or gasoline on dress, and my patron, looking ut mo with a pitying smile, replied: gino. This can bo dono through "Sonny, you Just send Jt to Mrs. Smith, who keeps a boarding house in New York. Don't let any one know you don't know where her place Is.' " FbUadelpbfc Titles. dropping water, and wonderful shad- ows move nmong the arches. This place Is a garden for all that It Is so hullded of man. The word court will not do for It. Century Magazine, $.3 3ftH 40,OUU watered : re-lel- ves k. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CERTAIN C. W. BOIILUR MARION RESULTS WnATIIERIIOLT J. W. PATE Many a Cloverport Citizen Knows How Sure They Are. CL0SING0UT SALE OF Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. 1 Estimates on Application I IRVINGTON NEWS BY OUR SPECIAL DEPARTMENT CORRESPONDENT Nothing uncertain about the work of Doan's Kidney Pills In Cloverport. There Is plenty of positive proof of this In the testimony of citizens. Such evidence should convince the mqst skeptical doubter. Rend the following statement: J. C. Weatherholt, High St., Cloverport, Ky., says: "Two years ago I did not think It possible that I could ever be well again. In fact, I had settled up my affairs. I cannot fully describe the misery I endured from pains through my back. Whenever I stooped, the pains became so sharp that It really felt as If someone were thrusting a knife Into my kidneys. I was often very dizzy, dark spots floated before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling. My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a mere skeleton. The doctors' medicines and the many guaranteed cures that I tried, did not help me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doan's Kidney Pills. I immediately procured a box at Fisher's Drug Store and I was greatly surprised with the results received. Before I had taken the contents of the second box, there was a marked improvement and I continued using them until I was completely cured. I am now well and I give Doan's Kidney Pills the credit." lfor sale by all dealers. Price 5O cents Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remeniber the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Mllbu- rn DRY GOODS AND SHOES Begins Saturday, Jan. 14, Continues Through January mean business tised to fool the people---v- e the following prices will show you that we have many bargains for you. Beautiful line of Ginghams at, per yard 50c White Table Linen at per yard Beautiful lino of 50o Woolen dross ?ood at, per yard 25c dross goods at w "E are thinking of changing our line and in order to do this we pro pose giving our customers a chance to buy Dry Goods and Shoes at greatly rended prices. This is a bonifide sale and not adver 7V&C 15c at at 10c India Linen India Linen 40c 38c 20c 38c 5c 12$c 10c at India Linen per yard ! Men's Shoes Men's at Shoes Men's $3.75 Shoes Damask Table Linen worth 50c at Nico line Cheviots' d ...... at, per All calicoes at, per 7c at Men's $3.25 Shoes yti d at,.. at at 1 Mrs. John Trice Waller, of Hopkins Mr. Head and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. Mrs. Jno. T. Berry and little daughville, arrived last Thursday to spend a as the guest of her parents, ter are expected to arrive this week . few weeks from Nashville, Tonn., for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon. Heston, of Hardinsburg, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Clara who has been the guest of her daugh- Herndon. The Rev. Dyer, of Hardinsburg filled ter, Mrs. J. C. Payne, has returned. r hostess the pulpit In the Methodist church Mrs. G. T. Marshall was the " at an informal dinner given Monday Sunday in the absence of their pastor, at her home on Church Ave. Covers Rev. L. K. May,, preaching two very excellent sermons to a large and apwere laid for ten. preciative audience. Newsom Gardner spent two days in Mr. Haynes Trent was called to week. Louisville buying last Hardins-bur- g Custer Friday on account of the death Mrs. frank Hook went to of his sister, Miss Daisy Trent. last Tuesday morning on account Dr. and Mrs. Nevitt, of Stephens-por- t, of the death of her mother, Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed $1.00 dress shirts 50c dress shirts 50c men's underwear HARNED. Henrv Collinsworth, of Mook, was in town Thursday on a business trip. Little Miss Clara Davis, who was burned so badly last week, is much im- lot men's 50c underwear lot ladies' 50c underwear lot ladies' 25c underwear at 1 at 1 75c 39c 39c 35c 39c 19c at Men' $2.50 Shoes at Ladies' .$3.50 Shoes ' at proved at this writing. Children's 90c Shoes 10c lino of shirting Marcus Weatherford has mumps. at at C. D. Payne has moved his family Embroideries and Lace from 20c India Linens from this place to Hardinsburg. 3c per yard to at Bruington Clint Davis and Robert made a business trip to Hardinsburg IT. Alexander. Friday. Mrs. Sallie Sipes, after visiting If the best is not too good for you ralatives in Meade county, returned Morris Payne made a flying trip to to come see us This sale is for cash or produce. Be last week and is with Mr. and Mrs. Lewisport Best Flour is the flour you Fordsville Friday. ought to use. Richard Sipes for sometime. Mrs. O. F. Bright will entertain the There's nothing so good for a sore members of her club Friday evening ' January 20, at her home on Woodlawn throat as Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil. Cures it in a few hours. Releives any avenue. who has been visiting JJpain i anJ' part Mr. Meadow, "in Custer for several months, came Wednesday for a visit to his aunt, Medicines that aid nature are always Miss Pearl Snyder, of Louisville, STEPHENSPORT. Mrs Cash. came down Saturday to visit her sister, most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays Mrs. Wm. Payne. Going Like Wild Fire Miss Alberta Drury, who has been opens the releives few days in Brandenburg guest the cough, and aids the lungs, in restorspending a Mrs. Nelson, of Clarkson, is the Rev. Jarboe, of this place, and Rev. nature of her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Payne, for secretions That's the way to describo the with her grandmother, Mrs. Moremen, Hughes, of Kisgswood, .ro holding a ing the system to a healthy condition demand tor a two weeks stay. Thousands have testified to its superior returned Monday. a series of meetings at Holt. excellence. Sold by all dealers. Miss Horsley, of Locust Hill, spent Walter Wellman's Great Book Miss Kathleen Walker has returned Dr. Nevitt and family went to Splendid for Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mary from Hardinsburg, where she visited Sunday and returned Monday. Carman. WEBSTER Dr. W. A. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French aro Kidney, Sam Tucker and family spent Sunday Cain left Wednesday spending a few days in Louisville. Miss Florence Miss Jessie Carden left Saturday for with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott. Ono critic calls It a "Fascinating Record for Louisville, after being the guest of Fordsville, where she will attend Uncle Dick McAfee killed a snake of Scientific adventure"; another comRheuOwens-borschool. Joe Moredock left Monday for her cousin, Miss Blanche Jolly. pares It to "a swift sailing ship, with Scion the Stephensport hill one day last ence at the helm and adventure in the Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen has gone to week. forotop"; still another says tbut "It bristMrs. Dell Shaw has returned to her les with adventure and Is brimful of eduRev. Oldham, of near Fordsville, home in Nebraska, after spending sevLouisville where she will remain for Mrs. John McCoy is in Louisville cation In aviation", Anyhow It Is a great will preach at the Baptist church the eral weoks with relatives. weeks. seller as each day's orders show. several taking treatment for a cancer. fourth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Keith, of Mrs. Sallie Bennett is imorovlng AGENTS WANTED The Womans Missionary Society was Messrs. Jess Henderson and Peyton Cloverport, have returned home after a slowly. Leave Medicine alone held with Mrs. M. S. Crumes last Claycomb spent Sunday with H. H. Send today your application for exclusive visit to Mr. L. II. Jolly and Mrs. Jolly Thursday and was well attended. The Norton and family. Mrs. Bandy, who has been visiting territorv. with 35c for S3 Daze asrent's Dro- at their home on High street. next meeting will be held with Mrs. spectus and succestul selling canvass, her daughter in the mountains, has re Mrs. Hal Drane spent Wednesday Deduct the 35c from your first remittance W. O. Butler. All are cordially invited Mrs. C, E. Burch left yesterday for turned and spent a few days hire lust with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John for 5 or more books. Address to attend. Lyddan. Mooleyville after being the guest of week. & CO. If the best is not too good Lewisport her nelce, Mrs. A. T. Adkins. If the best is not too good for you A. R. KELLER W. J. Schopp spent the day Sunday Sold by Best Flour is the flour you ought to Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you Marbrldae Building use. Misses Ola Lyons and Margie Har-ne- d in Louisville. Broadway and 34th St, New York ought to use. who aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Myrtle Beauchamp is the guest When given as soon as the croupy Foster Lyons, will return to Custer of relatives here. ugh appears Chamberlain's Cough week. this Remedy will ward off anattactof croup If the best is not too good for you If the best is not too good for you A. FOR FLETCHER'S ft and prevent all danger and cause of Miss Bessie Bentloy has gone to Lewisport Best flour is the flour you 1 Lewisport Best flour is the flour you Cloverport, i.y. anxiety. Thousands of mothers use it Boonville, Ind., where she will visit ought to use. ought to use. successfully. Sold by all dealers. her parents. Joe Bland, of Red Oak, Ind., spent two days In town last week visiting old friends. Mrs. Jas. Hottell and children hav returned to Louisville after a short visit to Mrs. Ed F. Alexander. Lewis O'Uryan, formerly of Valparaiso, Ind., arrived Friday to assist in the normal department in the College. Miss Claire Jolly was the hostess at a 4'J party given at her apartments on last Tuesday evening. The guests included the members of the club and a few visitors. There were six tables of players. Every word for wife Children Mr. Hubert Plggott has for a week end guest Mr. Zimmerman, of Kala- at Ladies' $2.50 Shoes at Children's $1.90 Shoes at Children's $1.50 Shoes at v Children's $1.25 Shoes at 7Vc $3.25 $3,00 $2,50 $1.98 $1.98 $1.50 $1.65 $1.25 .98 .65 .20 i". 15c sure and r HAMBY'S C. S. NEAFUS, Irvington, Ky. Genuine Dawson Springs Water wide-sprea- d Irv-ingt- on Bladder, The Aerial Age Stomach and matic Troubles o. and try this . JOHN O'CONNELL GHIidrrt Cry CASTORI A Irv-ingt- OUR COUNTRY FARMER'S A written the Farmer and the Farmer's and is published at Louisville, Ky., and is edited by a practical farmer who has studied country problems, home comforts, feeding cattle, raising hogs, poultry and field crops. The object of the magazine is to help the farmers of this country to read and study and 'AT think for themselves and to learn to understand their soils 1 1 P LmSC M. VU1 and live stock and make more out of them ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE mazoo, Mich. Miss Clara Hardin, of Clovorport, is spending the week as the guest of Mrs. T. K. Blythe. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Llnsley, who have been tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mathews for two weeks, loft yesterday for their home at Anderson, OUR COUNTRY Prif Ind. tlPf JVI YPflT t The many patrons of the public are expressing themselves pleased with the progress of as highly tho children. Visitors to the primary department this week were Mrs. T. C. school hare Lins-leMathews and sister, Mrs. W. A. Mrs.- - Nora Board. A cordial and welcome is assured all visitors by both Send Subscription to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. One Dollar for Both