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The Breckenridge news: February 1, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911020101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 1, 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 PR.I NT VOL. XXXV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY BATTLES IN DOMESTIC LIFE. Da.vis and Hashfield Wives-Laurence 1, 1911. 8 Paces No. 30 Contents Henderson iiouto Notes. PIE AUCTION FOR FOR FREE TRADE KEEP AN EYE ON . HAS NO SUBSTITUTE G. Ilardinslmrr Nows. Irvington Items. Editorial. Personals. Lose Their Church Pays Parson According Taft Submits Seciprocity Agreeto the Worth of Their Pies Whitter ment to Both Houses of Helps Gets $7.25 For Twelve Congress-Cheap- en Days Preaching. Food Prices. ON He is Arrested-To- wn the Deserted. "Alias Jimmy Valentino." Iical Estate Department. DAVIS WANTS TO GO TO TEXAS GOSPEL CHEAPER THAN HATS. ARTICLES A lively domestic battle Was ended In the police court Friday morning when Laurence Whitter nnd Mrs. Hashfield appeared before Judge Wills. Curt Hashfield swore to nn affidavit fot Wnlt ter and his wife and Judge Wills issued the warrants for them. Whitter was fined 81 and costs for disorderly con duct. Judge Wills dismissed the case of Mrs. Hashfield on the grounds tha she Teave town immediately. She left. Laurence Whitter said he was no guilty of the charge, and that he took his meals with the Hash fields for charity's sake. Fishiug was poor, and he thought his board would keep starvation away from Hashfield's door, but his good Intentions were misconstrued. Hashfield, though wifeless, is getting along very well. Some time ago the town Rave him a load of coal aud he gave a "nigger" half of It to carry it in for him. Henry Davis is nlso having n siege of fisherman's luck. Mrs. Davis has left him. They lived down on river front here last summer and seemed supremely happy with their six little Davises. Mr. Davis prayed In prayer meeting at the Methodist church and nearly every evening, except Wednesday and Sunday, he and Mrs. Davis could be seen on the river in the moonlight and little did one dream their smooth sailing would ever be distutbed. Mr. Davis and family have been living in West Point this winter and he came here last week to get money from his friends to take the children to Texas. Ilegot $17. But $11 and no wife is nwful, he said. Mrs. Davis is a pretty woman, young and as smart as she can be. skiff-ridin- g Scheduled to Arrive Next Thursday and Will Issue His Six Weeks' Weather Proclamation. 2nd IS FREE '20. LIST. FEBRUARY HIS DAY. ill Km POWDER Absolutely Pure baking from of Tartar L., II. & St. L. Time Table. Louisville Market Report. The 3Ian from Germany. Press Thunder. Stophonsport Items. Hannibal, Mo., to Honor Mark Twain Page 3. The Boxed Quotation. Ohio County Bank at Hartford Files a Deed of Assignment. Hartford, Ky., Jan. 20. The Ohio County Bank, of this city, filed a deed of assignment last night naming A. . Pate, assistant cashier, as assignee. It is said the failure is attributed to to the inability of the bank to realize property on its past due paper. Depositors will be paid in full when the assets are converted into cash, it is declared, and the loss, If any, will fall on the stockholders. Capt. S. K. Cox, the pioneer banker of this place, was the president of the institution, and he and his immediate family own practically all of the stock. Capt. Cox assigns old age and falling health as the moving cause prompting him to liquidate the affairs of the GREGORY CASE REVERbank. Its capital stock wus $13,000 SED FOR NEW TRIAL . with deposits amounting to about ?50,-000- FEW WORDS FROM MR. WHEELER OF SANTA FE. Breckenndge county, was reversed by the Court of Appeals and a new Dear Mr. Babbage: Unclosed find trial ordered, though the court says on $2.75 for Louisvilh Herald and The the evidence before it, there should News, One year ago today I left old hive been a verdict for the railroad. Kentucky for this place and can say Gregory fell from the train after it for Santa Fe county, also the city, came to a sudden stop on a trestle near that it's the oldest new county in the the station at Cloverport, and It was U. S. It's getting Americanized slow- alleged there was Ice on the car steps, ly; majority of the people here are causing him to slip and fall. The jury Mexicans, and they are 100 years be gave him 0,000. Judge Nunn dissenthina the times, though some are fine ed. to-da- y of Frankfort, K3'., Jan. 26. The case the L. H. & St. L. railroad against Emmett Gregory's administrator, from people. ho,use was built here, before that, all were doby or mud houses. The old San Miquel church, over 300 years old, is still in use. I have not been sick a minute since my arrival here, not even a bad cold. This is a great health resort; we are .7,000 feet high, climate fine. Where water can be had for irrigation fine Nineteen years ago the first brick SMART BROS. MAKING RAPID PROGRESS. The firm known as Smart Brothers, owned by Simon and Scott Smart, have lately purchased four registered SchroDshire ewes, paying $100 for them. These young men should be congratu lated such fine stock to their county. While they are known crops are raised. Everything grown as "the poultry men of Breckenridge" in Kentucky, except potatoes and to- they have something to Ije proud of in matoes will grow here. Finest fruits hogs and sheep. of all kinds In coloring and flavors, ri- TheSmart Brothers are very pro ifcl those of California. gressive and are making quite a success of their poultry and farming enter" would work and manage like they do prises on their farm near Cloverport. back East, all would get rich. One does not feel the heat and cold here MASTERS0N HOTEL like in Kentucky, owing to low huLICKED BY FLAMES. midity. Lots of people live in tents. I room in one and like it fine. The Riverside Hotel at Troy, Ind., There is a place near here called owned by James D. Masterson, was Sunmount or Tent City a health re- damaged last Saturday morning about sort. 2 o'clock by having the roof hurned off I expect to go back to old Kentucky, aud the interior .scorched and dambut not to stay, as I like here far bet- aged by water. The large livery and ter, J. O. Wheeler. feed bam adjoining the hotel, was to Box 384, Santa Fe, New Mexico. tally destroyed. Cannelton Euqulrer. for'-bringlng In $1 the Sunshine. 4 East la nd Sunday-Scho- ol Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find for ray renewal of The News. I am lu Florida, the land of sunshine, but ran'fc da without mv hung natwr. Mr. ana Mrs. uowmer spent yesterday here, W had an auto ride, How we like to meet our home people. With best withe, your friend, Lucy , Temple. DLand, Fla., January 2S. The residents of Eastland have organ ized a Sunday School and will meet every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the olllce of the Miller Brick Plant. The meetings give promise of much interest and pleasure to the large circle of young people of Eastland. Which? It Cartful! K "You can't be too particular marry," said a fellow tfe otiwr married' thirty years heard her and plied) "They haye just befun!" , "If you do you woe't get oft, " A bride remarked Immediately after her wedding, "My trouble are over whom new," and her friend who had been re- Canada was submitted to Congress today with a special message from the President urging its prompt enact ment into law. The agreement was presented concurrently to the Domln Ion Parliament In Ottawa and within a few days bills will be Introduced In thz legislative body of each Govern ment designed to make the terms of the agreement effective. The con current legislation will obviate the necessity of any treaty on the subject between the two countries. year. Generally speaking the agreement opens the markets af tl.e United States to Canada's leading agricultural pro PILED DEEP ducts, notably wheat and other grain, and also to her dairy products, eggs and poultry, fish, sheep, cattlo and Revenue Agent Whittiughill Files other live animals. Her rough lumber also is admitted duty free to the Uuited Many Suits. Property Val- States, as are her print paper and uedAt$1 1,000,000 on wood pulu and several other raw materials. The agreement In regard to Which Taxes are print paper and wood pulp, however, is subject to favorable action by the Sought to be Provincial Governments of Quebec and Collected Ontario in removing restrictions placed by them upon the exportation Mr. J. P. Whlttinghlll, revenue agent of pulp wood. In return for these concessions Can for Kentucky, returned home Friday night for an extended trip in the east- ada takes down the bars altogether on ern part of the state where he has filed cotton seed oil and American fruits aud a big batch of suits to collect back tax- some other products, and grants re es on property amounting to over $11,- - duced duties on agricultural imple000,000. The suitswere brought most ments and other manufactured articles. ly against owners of coal mines and ARTICLES ON THE FKEE LIST. railroads, and were filed in Whlteley, Here are some of the more Important Floyd, Harlan, Knox, Shelby and Fay- items in the reciprocal free list con ette counties. tained In the agreement: Mr. Whittiughill says that at Will Live animals, cattle, horses, mules, iamsburg he filed twenty suits and swine, sheep and lambs; poultry, rye, while the county attorney was gone to wheat, oats, barley, buckwheat, corn his dinner, some one entered his office or maize, hay and straw, fresh vege and stole ten of 'the petitions and they tables, Including potatoes; fresh and have never been recovered. Owens-bor- dried fruits, dairy products, eggs, Enquirer. honey, cottonseed oil, fish of all kinds; seal, herring, whale and other fish oil: Guilty of Manslaughter. salt, mineral waters, timber, hewn, sided or squarred otherwise than by Elizabethtown, Ky., Jan. 28. Roy sawing ; sawed boards, plank and other Ammons and James Pate were found guilty of manslaughter at Branden lumber: mica, feldspar, asbestos, glycburg and sentenced to from two to erine, crude: talc, sulphate of soda, exof hemlock bark, brass In bars twenty-on- e years in the penitentiary. tract and rods, rolled iron or steel sheets, They were accused of killing Charles crucible cast steel wire, galvanized Beard, at Big Spring, last August, and Iron or steel wire, type casting and the shooting was alleged to have taken IST EVEN IF A SENATOR type setting machines, barbed fencing place after a crap game had been in progress. The jury which considered wire, coke, pulpwood and print paper. Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 26. Declarthe case was out all day before bring Even Society Has Its ing that &s a member of ths United ing in a verdict. States Senate, he will use his vote and Use in The World. influence in an elTort to enact a law prohibiting the Interstate shipment of When you consider that there are liquor into "dry" territory, Senator Miss Josie Sahlie and Mr. W. D. Mllburne, of Elizabethtown, were several papers In the laud devoted to Luke Lea assured the convention of the league today married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. nothing save the chronicles of society Tennessee James Sahlie on Houston Street in this folk papers which thrive and prosper that his advance In politics has not you must pause and laugh, not nt served to change his prohibition beliefs city January I9. Rev. B'armer of ficiated. The bride and groom have Society, but those who perpetually read Mr. Young in Atlanta many friends who wish them a long of its doings and chuckle over its grossly mlsreporfed escapades. That "set" and happy life. Mrs. Mllburne, be fore her marriage, made her home is not worthless which supports a small Ode Young spent Saturday and Sunwith. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Sahlie on the army of writers and editors, printers day with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Skillman and proofreaders, newsdealers and and Miss Eva Young. Mr. Young has pike. paper manufacturers. A playwright just returned from Atlanta, Ga., from once told us that he had never until re- a business trip. While in the Southern Mr. Pierce Home cently considered how much machinery city he met many former Union coun- the production of one ot his plays set In talns. Morganfield News Unlontown Vivian Pierce came home from All motion, and how humple he felt at the Telegram. lance, Neb., last week for a two weeks thought of the number of people his vacation. He went to Versailles for a brain children supported actors, ushLikes to Hear From Home. few davs and will return and spend the ers, scene shifters, ticket sellers and so remainder of the time with his parents, Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find on, far down the line. And the giving Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce. of a ball in the season starts many inclosed $1 for the renewal of my subanother ball It puts money scription. I cannot do without my Epworth League Into caterers' pockets and you never home paper, for I like to hear from my heard the florists and cab drivers com- home people. We like California fine. We have a beautiful climate and enThe league will be led Sunday even- plaining. So even Society, brainless as joy the fruit and vegetables the year may be, has a certain use in the ing by Mr. Harold Murray at the Meth- it Wishing you success, I reworld, and many of us have not only round. odist church. The program will begin talked of it but written of it for some main yours respectfully, at 6:30 o'clock and everybody Is invited. Mrs. J. W. Mattlngly, of the very lucre we condemn it for Los Angeles, Cal. possessing. Charles Hanson Towns in Card of Thanks. Smart Set. We want to thank our friends who EDITOR URGED FOR have been so kind to our eon. William REPRESENTATIVE. Gleu, during the coafiuemeat with his "I am glad to say that, in ray Col, Green R. Keller, editor of the broken leg. opinion, there is a botto'; fooling Carlisle Mercury, at Carlisle, Ky., is Mr. aud Mrs, W. G, Ilardaway. towards tho L., II. & Si. L. R. being urged to become a candidate for R. Company now than thoro Representative from the NOTICE. district. Col. Keller, bewhs a few years ago." Z. J. I. All persons indebted to Mrs. R. T, being a prominent newspaper tides Polk please call and settle by Fcbeuary man and a Confederate veteran, has I5, 1UU, and Mveeoets. After that date Iftkebeet ia sot too ood for you formerly been identified with State all claims will be placed ia the hands LewUport Beet flour is the flour yo politics, having been .chief cle,rk of the of a attoraey. Houee, ougkt to MM. Juno-and- A Cloverport preacher pre ickfd the gospel twelvo nlgllts in n church near town aud only got $7.25. The members a pie supper to raise the money for the parson. The pies were auctioned and one brought n dollar and n quarter. So the auctioneer kept the dollar and gave the pnrson the quarter, for he said a pie wasn't worth more than 25 cent?. The preacher said it has almost come to pass that deliverers of the gospel will starve to death if the people don't pay their ministers better. Women pay more for their hats in one season than they do for their preacher the whole Washington, Jan. The Admin- istration's reciprocity agreomont with 'BOP -- o The fellow who said that life was just thing after another, must have had his mind on the hog. When t isn't one kind it Is another. Just about the time we got over our worried about the price on the pork hog, we have to face the ground hoglwhohand les all kinds of brands of baled weath er and we have to take it just as he gives It to us. We all rcmem ier what Tha only powdav-matt-o this little fellow did for us last year Royal Granm snow on the 1st of May aud frost on the Cream the 1st of ground hog did it, NOALUM.NO lime phosphate Next Tuesday he will be back on his annual jaunt tp take our measures for the six weeks to follow. And what he says goes. We are not seoking to disSEVEN INDICTMENTS courage anybody, but we hops for the best. Worse things have hapnened and arc happening right along, for verAre Returned Against A. C. Cro ily is not both the state legislature and the national congress In session right uch, Former Cashier of now? And If that isn't juut one d Bank at Ekron thing after another, then we have missed a link somewhere. Cannelton Enquirer. Brandenburg, Ky., Jan. a0. A. C. Crouch, former cashier of the Bank at. Ekron, which closed its doors recently, Will Cut the Acreage was indicted by the Meade county grand jury on seven alleL'lntr Leitchfield, Ky., Jan. .'10. A mass embezzlement, making counts. false entries on convention of the Farmers' Union and the books of the bank, receiving deDOs- other tobacco growers ofGrayson county Its alter knowing the bank to be insolvwas held in this city, and a ent, obtaining money under lalse preagreement was reached that just ten tenses and mutilating the banks books. thousand tobacco plants should be set His bond was fixed at $.',500, which he out to the farm, which means that about gave. crop will be planted. half a S. C. Lewis, who succeeded Crouch bs cashier was Indicted on eleven Some More "Vanadium." counts. He irave bone for Si. 100. Ernest Ford, one of the "Vanadium Steel" salesmen, received a letter from ARRKSTED ON CHARGE L. S. Powers, at Minneapolis yestera OF EMBEZZLEMENT. day, asking that a power of attorney Brandenburg, Ky., Jan. 37. S. C. be signed and sent him by all of the local salesmen, In order that he might Lewis, who was In charge of the First collect the 8300 deposit and salary due State Bank at Ekron, this county, when each. He says that there isn't a it failed about one month ago, was arshadow of a doubt as to his nltltnate rested this afternoon chanred with em- recovery of the entire amount, all of bezzlement of the bank's funds The which everyone who knows Mr. Powers grand jury had indicted him on three has belelved from the start. No one counts. Lewis, it is said, secured the stock of believes he was connected with a A. C. Crouch, former cashier nf fh "skin game" except a few who are always ready to jump on a man when bank, about November 1. and took charge of the bank December. Crouch absent. Hawesvill'e Clarion. was held over to the grand jury at his examining trial, held here last Thurs LEA STILL PROHIBITIONday. One d Sahlie-Milburn- e. Anti-Saloo- n A. C. Lewis is a brother of H. H. Lewis, formerly cashier of the State Bank at Centertown, Ohio county, which failed about a week ago. He Is a native of Owen county and tonight is under guard of a deputy sheriff awaiting the arrival of his father, W. M. Lewis, of Sparta, who he says w.U get here In the morning to go on his has been fixed at $2,500. bond-whic- h America And China. "America and China are now bound Frederick McCor-miIn an article on "How America Got Into Manchuria," in the February "Century," "first by common recognition of the necessity to China of independence, integrity of territory and jurisdiction, and freedom of development nnd trade, to the promotion of which America Is committed; and, second by reason of common rewards and rebuffs sustained In promoting China's policy and America's diplomacy. Together with the (invasion of the loan, tho imperial sanction to the contract completes America's entry Into the Chinese empire. It supplies the desired basis, nnd displays the unprecedented opportunity achieved for American commerce and trade and for American Influence in eastern Asia by President Taft and Secretary Knox within the short period of together," writes ck Hu-kua- ' two years." ATTEND THE GOLDEN Nicholas-Roberts- on JUBILEE OF MISSIONS. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Piggott, of Irvlngton, attended the Missionary Jubilee in Louisville last week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Woods. Mrs. Piggott has recently Sunday School Graded Union. It has printed ia folder form, and she will gladly send it to any one gratia on requeet. bee written a most timely article on the Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man Mioulu nave a main mrcuum DnnoiicoJPdciUS? I cher bank bnuk Cured Splint ik H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER - Your monty is snfer in thojbnnk (hnn nn3vhorc cho. Paying jour bills by cl)cck g llic s;mp(St nnd most ccmdiioit met. cd. Ycur check bcctmcEn voucn. IMoncy in the for the debt it pnje. Ml pivw ycu o hotter stnndirg wilh lusiness Tbis strengthens your credit. M. bank account teaches helps nnd encourages you to save. -bank book is n rccoid of your business. .Your docs nil the book-keeping. KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY EXAMINED DEC IM7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS have used Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. This makes "l Old Established Bnnk, wc extend our services To those dcsiiing Banking Connections with an THp. Rank of Hardinsbunr i & Trust Co., .: Hardinsburg, Ky. BISMARCK MEMOIRS HELD UP. Volume Criticising Present Kaiser Secret Until His Death. It Is announced from Berlin that the third volume of DIsmnrck's memoirs will not be published during the present kniser's lifetime. The first two volumes were published some years ago nnd contained many interesting revelations concerning political events of tho period of DIsmnrck's official career and many sido lights on the history of those times. Tho third volume is known to con- HI SS5 S53 NEW if REFORMED BREAD TOO SUCCESSFUL Old English I've cured. Have recommended It to my neighbors for thrush and they say it is fine. I find it the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neighbors, and I can certainly recommend it for Colic." S. E. Smith, McDonough, Ga. Mr. R. W. Parish, of Bristol, Ind.,R. No. 2, writes: "I have used lots of your Liniment for horses and myself. It Is the best Liniment in the world. I cured one of my horses of thrush. Her feet were rotten; the frogs came out ; she laid down I thought she most of the time. would die, but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down in the daytime now." horse tho third JACKS FOR Cured Thrush. SALE! three good Jacks wo wish to dispose of. Two arc three years- old, and ono two yenrs old. Thoy are nicely bred; all jet black with white points; very short and close hair; lino sizejjtextrcniely heavy bone; largo feet; big shapely heads and ears These Jacks are fn fino condition, and "1A TK have - Livery Stable Stephensport, Ky. New Rigs, New Horses, New Stable. Open for the Public Near 8 Squire Deluged With Orders For Loaves, BEREFT OF PEACE AND MIND. Turned Out Whole Little Stone Meal Loaf Like That Eaten Before Days of False Teeth and Indigestion, and Entire United Kingdom Wanted Mill 1 I i V in 3J the Depot. If you have any riding or Sir Oswald Moslcy, master of Holies-toEnglnntl, Hall, We will handle Ice also. has found himself suddenly bereft of his wonted pence nnd his lnrgo estate Your patronage will overwhelmed with the clamorous Imnn; u portunities of the world. Sir Oswald recently announced his Intention to start a national bread roThe newfangled THOS. W, SMITH, it form. nnd the artificial methods of milling white bread, according to tho Itolleston Proprietor. squire, were ruining tho teeth of peo S ple nnd undermining their health. He Ky. purposed, therefore, with his little s2 stone mill and the aid of tho baker of ? 7" Itolleston village to produce a whole meal loaf of the saving perfection of English bread In tho days prior to false teeth, indigestion nnd nppendlcitis. Stream of Messenger Boys. For the first day Sir Oswald confined his purpose to supplying sample loare to tho villngers about Itolleston Hall. "Written So You Can Understand II" Then, urged by outsiders, he consented to forward a sample loaf to any sent three1 A J. body In the country who had the nn pence (0 cents). Scarcely noUnccment been made when telegraph boys began to stream to Itolleston Hall, A wonderful story of the Progress of this Mechanbiggest ical Arc. Instructive, but more fascinating than and the next post brought the any fiction. A magazine for Bankers, Doctors, mail ever seen on the estate. Lawyers. Teachers, Farmers, Business Men, ManSir Oswald had n shooting party at ufacturers, Mechanics. Has 1,200,000 readers every month. Interests everybody. When you see ono his house nnd wished to go out a litvou understand vh. Ask the man who reads it. tle, but this became impossible, nud Your newsdealer will show you one; or write tho Dublishers for a free samDle codv. the uuests were compelled to snoot TllC "Shop NolCS" Dept. ywayfto'do 1,lone- WH,, 1,10 astounded squire wns things How to make repairs, and articles for bottled up with a uoou or telegrams home and shop, etc. and letters asking for whole meal "Amateur Mechanics" broad baked in the old way. n driving to do, or. if you want Feed of any kind, wc.,can furnish you. t Samples. Burton-on-Trcn- t, I i tain an unfavorable account of the present kaiser, written In connection with the circumstances which led to Bismarck's dismissal from office In 1890, two years after Wllllara-II.'- s to the throne, when the Iron Chancellor conceived n fierce hostility toward the young, Impetuous monarch. Some uneasiness hns been caused at the German court from time to time by rumors that Bismarck's heirs In tended to publish this volume In the near future. The announcement now made is intended to banish such fears and make It clear that Bismarck's Judgment on WHIInm II. will not be given to tho world during the kaiser's reign, A SLOAN'S LINIMENT should be in every stable and applied at the first sign of lameness. You don't need to rub, it penetrates. will mil U Biyaviu, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. Price, 60o. and $1.00 Sloan's book on hDrses, cattle, alieep and poultry sent freo. Address ready to show. t "Wo are going to disposojof thcnijand thoy will bo sold at will find homes in our county. bargains. "Wo trust-thoIf you aro interested, don't write, but come and see us. y Rospectfully, R. G. RO ERTSON & SONS, GLEN DEAN, KY. lfzy liver leads to chronic dyspep- Stephensport, ?-- ?-- sia and constipation weakens the whole system. Doan's Uegulets 25c per box) correct the liver, lone the stomach and cure constipation. Sr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. AUCTIONEER ... MECHANICS POPULAR 'HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. In the recent class up for examination in the mechanical department of the Henderson Route for promotion to the position of engineer, was Mr. Preston Ford, a y6ung man, while young in years, made an average which would do credit to the best. 'Mr. Ford is au adopted Breckenridge county boy and the News wishes him all the success which it has a just right to believe will be his. MAGAZINE ly sticks to his post. Mr. Denton has been. in Clovorport eight years and the writer cannot remember a single knock he has ever given Cloverport.' He likes the old port and has found staunch friendships among the boys and the girlsl The right man in tho right place. If you are goto have an auction sale let me prove to you that ing Col. II. J. Gorsuch is the right man in tho right place when he cries your sale. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. 15 year experience. Call or write me at my expense. 300 Pictures inn EverV 00 o 250 Pages Month Dave Murray, Jr., of Evansville, Ind , was in the city Wednesday evening for a short visit to Mrs. Ferry. Mr. Murray is sporting five railroad annuals this year, which speaks fcr the success he is making of his work. ooo Miss Katherine Moorman, of ville, will arrive this month to the position of stenographer Randell's office at the shops. ooo Bolin has been ill Conductor COL. H. J. GORSUCH, Irvington, Ky. - furniture, wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. $1.50 per near, single copies IS cents Us1 Compelled to Cancel Offer. I After a few hours' struggle, during ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER OrAddrou every moment of which they say the POPULAR Z23 Washington St., Chicago MECHANICS MAGAZINE OVER 65 YEARS' P.RICNCE i Anyone sending a sketch and description mnj oulcklT ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is prohaWr patentable. Conimunlco. lions strtctlrconttdentlul. HANDBOOK onl'ateuti entfree. Oldest agency fur securing patents. latents taken ttiruueh Jiunn ,t Co. receive tptcial notice, without cliarso, iu tbo A handsomolr Illustrated weeily. J .arrest clr a I'ltlnl.ni or nnr .dontlUo Journal. Terms, Tear; four months, f L. Bold uyall noirxteulers. Marks Copyrights &c. TrtAoc Designs citmmc nmnm. C u became more perplexed and dlstractetl. he dispatched telegrams to the newspnpers withdrawing Ills offer. saying that the little stone mill and tho village baker already had more than they could do In llvo years. Sir Oswald and a clerical staff arc busy returning money to tho great landowners who wished to start similar enterprises on their own estates nnd to health societies, millers, bakers, doctors and all sorts and conditions of men. However, the master of Itolleston, who is ono of the few really typical John Dulls left in tho country, with ooo sawed off top lint, mutton chop whiskers, broad face, short, thick body, Marion Denton was off from the teleknickers nnd top boots, hopes even-tuall- y to help others carry bread re- graph office at the shopr Wednesday, the first time in two years. He certain- form to success. nqtiire Hall's corner residents are the only ones of this town who were in any way aware of the fact for quite a while that this young man was given a seat on the whistle side, owing to Mr. Ford's mod esty in weaving his own laurel wreath, and they would have been as tardy as the News if it had not been for the shrill blast of the whistle in passing the given place, said blast not being necest- ary according to standard code of whis tle signals, which naturally caused at tention to be drawn to the train doing such whistling. It was the people at this intersection who first noticed the mod est and unassuming Mr. Ford in his new position, and the Breckenridge News' best wish is that the young Mr Ford will at all times accredit himself with the honor and, responsibility be stowed and imposed by his superiors, Louis accept in Mr. Irvington College Announcement The board of regents wish to announcp that wo are pre- - : pared to furnMi board ann reoms to students for tho moderate price of three dollars per week. , The new college dormitoHes aro neat, clean and Well ventilated. These" are in charge of a competentiad7, Studont3 can enter at any time and find classess to suit their needs. severa days. ooo Malone the baggage master is mak ing a name for himself as a contributor to The Breckenridge News. ooo The new station at L,ewiport is a beauty. It is large, airy and conven ient and the citizens of that town and neighborhood are very proud of it. How to cure a cold is a question in! which mtuy are interested just now. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great reputntiou and immense sale by its remarkable cure of colds. It can always be depended upon. For sale by all dealers. Wm. HI. MARTIN, Prest. s. W. J. PIGGOTT, Sec-Trea- MUNN &Co.3C,Bfoad New York Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exercise, insufficient mast'eatiou of food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety, are the most common causes of stomach troubles. Correct your take Chauiberlnln's Stomach and Liver Tablets and you wjll soon be well ngnin. For sale by all dealers. hab-Hsa- Ilrancti OtTtoi, 025 V PU Wnslilniiton, I). The Famous jRd&i) lilt: LiUiiiy wuiiisuiuocu Aagrn, should always be used where several people sit, because it does not strain the eyes of those sitting far from it. The Rayo Lamp Is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light. Every value detail that Increases Its light-giviIncluded. has been ng r . THE The most centrally located and s only hotel In 4he city making u $2. 00 rate. Only one block from the principal shopping district, two blocks from the principal theatres. Street cars past the door tolall" parts of the city. Everything neat and clean. first-clas- Fifth Avenue Spinal Curvature Another Phase, According to Minneapolis. Dr. Charlts II Keene of Mlnnenp oils In a public statement says that the high Freuch heels which high school girls wear are the cause of de formed foot that have to bo cured bj physical culture, and therefore such heels tiro to be barred from the school Dr. Keeno will have the physical In structor in Uie high school Dud out how many girls hnve curvature of th spine. Ho has found many Hoys In tho Minneapolis schools so aflllcted Ho attributed the provnlenco of curvn turo of tho spine to bad posture, hot! NOTICE In sitting find standing, nnd to fault." Please do not ask us to publish card customs nnd to Improper footwear of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free such as FreiK-- heeled shoes. elections, tbc 11)10 census, markets, crops, rts In pricti ot staple products, aerial achl elements, scientific dlscoTeries and explorations of 1910, wars snd oilier important historical erents, rrowth of the United States, utcteaslog population snd stealth of countries. States and dtlai, tbt tariff, the traits and part? platforms, Oourre-slonrecord i, sporUng eirnts, world records, welihts snd measures, unleersltles, reHdoos orders debts of nstlons. Industries, weather forecasts, births, msrriatee, difortes sad deaths, railroads, shipping, banllng, money, taxes, insurant, political parties, secret societies, clubs, the prohlhl. tion moiement, woman's auffrsge sal ; 10,000 Other rae-- and llgures Up to Data of eierj dij intrrfst and rains to eterjbodj. No merchant, farmer, laborer, business man, bouwwUe oi business woman, school boy ot ftri should be without a copy ot this ealuable refer ence relume or useful inzornution, I'nce zee (Wait ol Uuffslo and ritUbsrc. 80c.). llr t&c. addreu The New Tork World. New fork. A Oomplett Library In One Volnmt, Containing Some Information Abon Ev.rytulnr and Everything- - About Oraat Many Things, lou want accurate particulars of tha Oonxrta-doa- HOTEL Louisville. Ky. PIKE CAMPBELL, Mngr. sl FRENCH HEELS RUIN FEET. You miy d lamp. The Rayo Is a pay $5, $10 or even $20 for other limps and gM a more expensive container but you cannot get a.better light than the Rayo gives. This season's Rayo has A new and strength-ne- d burn:r. A strong, durable shado-holde- r keeps the shade on Arm and true. Easy to keep polished, as it Is made of solid brass, finished to nickel. low-price- i RURAL TELEPHONES Mr, Farmer, aro you interested ? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special "Far- mors Lino" rate. " . Once a Rayo User, Always One. Dealers Everywhere. If not ot yours, mite for descriptive circular to the nearest ogtncy of the The Standard Oil Company Uaaorporated,' pr 4k fillMRFRI ANf) TFI- FPHflNF ft, TFIFRR1PH . . mmviimi ss ..-.- (Inoorperatod.) nnyPAlY s wwms nn The Hardinsburg Pharmacy Is the Drug Store That wm save you money. L, IT Missouri Will Join With City Where He Passed His Boyhood to Add to Nation's Tributes. WT was Jesus of i., TO with her 22,642 inhabitants 10,000 moro than she had In 1000 wants tho cave to bo named for Mark Tw:!r, bo we might Just ns well yield to tho In- evitable. As a matter of fact, Hannibal W. II. Howmku, President F. L. Lioiitfoot, Vice-Picsidc- A. B, ?Kiu.MAN,lCnsliicr O. T, Kiti man, At&'t Cnfliicr lc be- Park, Which Embraces Cave, Made Famous by Tom Sawyer and Injun Jo, Will Be Memorial. coming moro nnd more Mark Twnlned nn tho years pass. The shanty house where lived, tho original of Huckleberry Finn was burned down shortly after tho Juno of 1002, when Mark Twain made his final pilgrimage thereto. But tliiue remain still several claimants to the honor If It be that of being the original of Iluck. Han nlbal also Is full of tho original Tom Sawyer, though Mark Twain himself onco guardedly admitted that he was Tom. Thero Is nlso, or was a few years ngo, ono "original" of Injun Jo, who chnrged me CO cents for the privilege of photographing him with THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. 88 yen is of lionoinblc Organized 1872 piu-sc- dralirg to its cicdit. Il bus" legitimate claim to its full nmcunt on den nr.d. through three rmnicK. and paid every Never senkd n check. D An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. DIRECTORS: 3 nee cent on Time Deposits W. II. Downier A. I). Skillmnn, .Ino. C. Conrad Simons, F. L. Lightfoot, I By ROUER.TU5 LOVE. samo Mississippi river and others Nnznrcth who said abutting other American streams. Hut In nn ago when prophets wero to tho Ilannlbal resident there Is only many, "A prophet Is not without one Lovers' Leap, and that Is tho raghonor snvo In his own country ged, Jagged, rocky, but precipitous nnd and in his own house." In nil rever- picturesque bluff that rises 8hnrft.nnd 205 feet above the level of the ence It may bo averred that tho reser- sheer river, with railroad trains thundering vation contained In tho last clauso of In the this saying Is not applicable to Mark and factory machines whirring bank narrow strip below on the very Twain. Hero was n prophet with of the stream. honor not only throughout the world, This Hannibal Lovers' Leap Is disbut to a far more Intensified degree in his own country and In his own house. tinct from all the others. Each has Its Even In tho house whore ho lived in legend of the pretty Indian maiden boyhood nnd in tho town and stato and her dusky lover who hurled them which may bo called "his own coun- selves from the edge of the bluff pater or mnter or both forbade try" Mark Twain was not without honor during his lifetime, and now that tho bans. Hannibal's leap Is different he has passed from earth as n living because It Is associated with Mark presence his memory is to bo honored Twain's early life and with somo of his most popular works. and perpetuated in tangible form. The state of Missouri and tho city Shrunk With Age. of Ilannlbal, which lies upon tho Mis;9BSBbsBSLi The present writer well remembers, BSBUBSBSh. t v &'''PM souri bank of tho mighty Mississippi, nro joining hands Just now to do hon- the very last time Mark Twain visited his home, how the humorist lay in bed or to their prophet, who once good resented the characterization at his hotel In his white nightgown, of "tho first Mlssourlan" on the ground smoking n black cigar nnd looking that ho was "not so old as all that" from his southern window through the Even without such tangible evidences matchless glory of a June morning BBBBBBBBBBBBBB of tho former resldenco of Mark Twain down across the gorge of Bear creel? to In Hannibal's midst, tho city where ho a certain bluff that jutted up from spent his boyhood, which Is the scene tho river's edge. Ho gazed and gazed of mrfny episodes In his most famous and was sllont. Finally ho said, slowbooks and which ho loved ns a father ly and with perfect pathos: "I'm looking for Lovers' Leap, and I loves a child, will bo always a Mecca for tho pilgrims who elect to worship reckon thnt must bo It; but, oh, how at tho shrine of tho creator of Tom much smaller It Is than it was when I Sawyer, Injun Jo, Huckleberry Finn was a boy." Then he smoked and smoked and and other fictional characters who nro almost as much alive as Is little Tom- was silent. 1 stole softly out of his KyjOBBBHiBBiMEijiBB my Tucker around the corner from room. That was tho only thing I u3(rfHHEjn$EMSBJBBS your homo or the boy who delivers ever stole in Hannibal, but I felt that MBBgMB9HBjBBJBHgBHBBJBBSBBB your beefsteak at the back door. I was justified. And so It Is this Lovers' Leap, tho by Robcrtus Love. State May Build Monument. one that was beloved by Mark Twain MA11JC TWAIN AT OLO IIANNIHAI, II Oil K. ' Frank Sosey, member of tho Missou- through more than threescore years ri legislature from Marion county, in of his wandering life, which is to bo his hat on nnd n dollar with his hat which Mark Twain was born, has In- tho nrch and acme of the new Mark off. Ho made a handsome income for troduced a bill to appropriate 510,000 Twain park. This world man, who many years as the original of Injun Jo. It was not Mark Twain, but an other great American humorist, who remarked that the American people like to bo humbugged. Jnrboc, 0. T. Skillmnn, A. I?. Fisher J ioczf51fcf5faoizz)fo1fc hoc oczziocz51' 'O' cr51 BiSiSiSrK'fiH W. C. MOORMAN Glen Dean Kentucky Great Reduction GREATREDUCTION in Shoes GREAT REDUCTION in Laces GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTIGN REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION REDUCTION in Gloves in Hosiery in Notions ISiale ly t fH in Clothing iBnnfeUlSflBititiflil r in Groceries in Dry Goods in Men's Hats in Wash Goods in Men's Shirts . . in Embroideries in Handkerchiefs REDUCTION in Dress Trimmings REDUCTION in Ladies' Dress Goods In fact we are reducing prices on every article in our store We are adopting the cash system. Hereafter no goods sold It is either cash or produce. ontime. Mark Twain's Narrow Escape. On thnt last visit to Hannibal Murk Twain was nearly filled by the people with kindness. Living on one square meal a day to ward off his ancient enemy, ' dyspepsia, he was Invited to about twenty breakfasts, luncheons and dinners dally during tho week he spent there. He found It necessary. In order to preserve his life a few years longer, to appoint several gastronoml cnl proxies. One of his understudies In this line. I can assure the good housewives of Ilannlbal. was founder ed for ten days afterward and really never yet has quite regained the Joy ful appetite ho possessed In earlier In truth. Is the home of good cooks and generous hospitality. Judge Sydney .1. Uoy, secretary and literary light of the Commercial club, has written; "It Is n city of 'homes.' People 'live' rather than reside or board in this river metropolis." Commercial ly growing by leaps nnd bounds, proud of her shoo factories and her cement works and railroad shops. Hannibal's champion leap always will be Lovers' Leap, and her bounds will be set only by tho fame of her most famous citizen, who moved in ns a boy and weut back as an old mnn after ho had made himself world noted under nn as- Our Great Piano Contest tickets when'you pay your account. Our piano is a fine instrument. It is worth a place in any household. Yau can get it if you are diligent and work for it. Get your friends interested. Get them to come to our store and buy and turn over their tickets to you. Someone will get this piano. Why not you? Remember we are making big REDUCTIONS on every article in our stock. Come and see us. 0 o D is going on. You get tickets with every article. You get youth. Hannibal. 0 loll' W. C. Moorman Glen Dean, Ky. 'QE 'll3 ICHOPllolK "Q' iollaop30i 'llCTllol sumed name. It was something worth whllo to hear thoso old fellows calling verily bellevo that him Sam, and until that last pathetic visit "home" ho had forgotten that his real name was Clemens. 1 NEWS VVANT ADS COST L1TTLE-- But They DO Much They help to lent and sell rrnl estate; rett rcomt-- secuie positions; find eood help;0in fnct they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted. ; KAISER SPOILED ROAD LEADING ALONG MISSISSIITI RIVEIt TO MARK TWAIN'S CAVE ENTRANCE TO MARK TWAIN'S CAVE, BELOW IIANNI- BAL, MO. IUU VIBVUUU Ul U UlUllUUiCUk iu tuu hud sailed every sea and stcacuboiited humorist and philosopher In Hannibal. every river of consequence, said that Thore wus also on foot until recently a In his opinion thero Is no finer river movement to have the state purchase view in tho world than that which Is tho boyhood homo of Mark Twain on to be eujoyed from the top of Lovers' Hill street, Hannibal, but tho local Leap or from Inspiration point, a HIS TRADE. In Existence Wanted Only Auto Horn Like Sample. , chargo has decided that, inasmuch ns the houso is not a property of any considerable real estate value, tho of Hannibal themselves should tako earn or tuat aim proscrvo u, jeiung the state's share be the memorial for in Mr Sosey'u bill. Just what form this memorial 'will take Is as yet a matter to be considered, though the sentiment seems to favor a monument, with a statue of tbe white haired author, to be placed either la the small city park in or in tbe new Mark Twain park wMeb to to be created by the city. The Commercial club of Hannibal jut acquired by purchase eighteen ef MBo, whicu includes me Leap and about half a of tbe picturesque bluffe rtoiag tbe Mtesteetppl juet south et Dm etty. This tract te to be deeded Mm cMy and to be Ma perpetually f pmtk. purpose. New, there are fvq,' leaps a ad lexers' leaps.. tvreMl aleag this I taw peo-st- o pro-vkfed similar height Just north of Ilannlbal. While no doubt tho Hannibal peoplo havo their own preference as to tho location oi the Murk Twain monu ment, may not one suggest that it be placed on tho suminlt of Lovers' Leap, facing tho river ho knew and loved so well and whoso faino ho has made immortal hi Lis book which may bo called the biography of tho Missis slppi? Down to Hark Twain's Cave. You pass beneath Lovers' Lean when you drive or trudge down tho yellow, dusty road to Mark Twain's cave. People used to call It Tom Sawyer's cave, because it was la that remark able freak of nature, a narrow passage a mile long underground, with "poekets" where dae easily night get lent, that Tom Sawyer and bis tiny sweetheart were iBaprteosed for days. while all ef ,HaHulbl, at that .tine only a natter ef a tbouea&d popula tioa or so, busted high aud lew for then. Hb1bJ t tedsy, kewever, Han-jtfb- al i . Per-firi- rr t An orchestral instrument maker of Mnrkneuklrchen. In Saxony, has discovered that tho patronago of the German emperor Is not nn unmixed blessing. Three years ago ho Invented an automobile born which sounded four notes. The first ono ho finished in puro silver nnd presented to tho kaiser. Tho kaiser was bo delighted with tho new instrument that ho guvo immediate orders forbidding nuybody elso to Live ono liko it. Tho inventor found this compliment too much of a business drawback to enjoy for more than a very brief spell. For the last three years ho has been doing his utmost to get permission to manufacture the instrument for tho general public. He has just succeeded In securing a special decree from tho fedoral council of the empire whereby motor horns of four notes may be cm ployed by motorists when touring iu tbe country, but it continues to con stitute a misdemeanor to use such a horn in towns or cities, where it will remain tbe exclusive privilege of the kaiser. The king of Saxony recently outbid tbe emperor by ordering tbe Markneu-klrcbe- n manufacturer to coBStruct for bin a bona wl(b six sotes. Princess August Wllbetn. oae ef tbe kattera dauflhtsfs-la-law- . has a netsr hera Which pert erns a neledleus then. If you have a Small Business and Want More B usiness "Try a Bt cckenridgo Ncus "Want Ad." Tho fact that they ure helping n any others of our renders is good proof that one would helpCyou ...Write, Call or Telephone... If not convenient to leave your ads at Tho News cflice, telephone them to 46. the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient. Wo will tell you A piece of iliuniel flumpenecl wllh Chamberlain's I.inlineiit and bound ou HIGH AT HOPKINSVILLE to tbe affected parts Is superior tc any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it h Hopkinsvllle, Ky., Jan. 20.' Extra trial and you are certain to be more than fine leaf tobacco sold here today for pleased with the prompt relief which it $15.25 per hundred, or $2.25 above any affords. Sold by all deahrs. previous quotations In th? dark tobacco district this season. Leaf was strong BURLEY TOBACCO SELLS at from $12. to fl5.2. and all other LARGE AT LEXINGTON grades were bullish. Sales today were 15,000 pounds. about Lexington, Ky., Jan. 20. Moro than Scratch! Scratch! a million pounds of loose tobacco was Itch! Itchl Itch! the Scratch! Scratch! Tbe more you scra- in the Lexington market only limit of the sales being the capatch the worse Itch. Try Doaa's It 'cure piles, eczema, any ikiu city of the housss. Up to nooa, 380,000 pounds ef loose tobacco had been &eld jfchUg. All druggist sell it. DARK TOBACCO SELLS at prices rant'int,' from four to sixteen and one fourth cents, and 242 hogsheads (215,000 pounds) of Durley Society I9O9 pool tobacco disposed of at six to nineteen and one half cents. The market is steady. To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, tbe great system tonic and builder. Notice All persons Indebted to Mrs. Jas. Cordrey will please come forward and to-da- y, Oiat-mea- t. settle. Subscribe Right New. THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGH SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. Intt fact, ho ia not n politician, ho is a school man and a man who is well equipped for tho ofiice. Wc were complimented with tho nnnual "Snowflako" brochuro from the J. W. Hutlor Paper Co., of Chicago. Tho book is a work of art, excellently printed, and wo arc proud to have a copy if it in our shop. "Snowflako" is one of tho Hutlor brand of papers and is famed for its excellence. From the number of offers we aro getting to place ads in Tho News in exchange for silk lustre hose and fine spring fabrics, some Kastorn houses evidently know that it pays to advortiso but thoy do not want to pay for tho advertising. niwl imlil-VH, HUM, IIIIIIIW n l1ni,f flJUb ! t in'la na fJUilUVtmiOf lift ImilVlUVllI w v iiiiMi Oil B Pf 1 1 1 B 1 .j 11 1 S 11 P P. In Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPOKT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1011 We will help you to save money in 1911- -If you have never been able to save money only in 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, I Subscription Price $1.00 a yenr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, and o cents for each insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of The Democrats in Congress aro going to sec to it that no murder10 cents per line. er sils as a member of that body. So Caleb Powers will probably go OBITUAIUES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money back home, and there will be another election "in the eleventh Kentucin advance. ky district. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please Luke Lea was elected Uuited States Senator by tho Tennessee notify us. years old and will bo tho youngest Legislature. lie is thirty-tw- o member in that august body. Ho is not only young, but a prohibiTHE UAjAJ)MjX AGREEMENT. tionist. It is a pleasure heartily to commend the administration in any effort to mitigate- tho evils of the present tariff. The Canadian treaty Ciovernor Willson has said some nrctty hard things against tho is a step forward, not a long step, but, becauso the first step, an im- officers of Shelby county, over the action of the mob there, but tho officers thero were not altogether to blame. portant one. commercial and industrial relations between the United The The last thing a man can afford to do is to get mad -- you never States and Canada ought to be more intimate than thoy liavo been vast licld for development in Canada, and it can tell, tho way this old world wags, whom you will have to ask a heretofore. There is a is a development in tho benefits of which America can share if Ameri- favor. ca is wise. To erect a high and impassable tariff wall, an artificial Down at Hooptown, Illinois, tho Mayor is paid a salary of fifty boundry between these two countries, is a mistake from any standcents each. cents a year, and tho members of tho Council twenty-fiv- o point and it is a wrong done alike to the American producer and the American consumer. Tho estate of the late Senator Elkins is valued at twenty million An effort will bo made to defeat this treaty by tho fallacious con- dollars. tention that tho free exchange of agricultural products across the line Tho Pennsylvania grafters have returned $2,595,740 to tho state. will injure tho American farmer. The American farmer has long been deluded by tho pretense that Tho prices of American agricultural products are ho was protected. STOIUES W1UTTEM fixed in the open markets of tho world, and they will bo so fixed as long as tho American farmer has any surplus to sell. N Wlion ho has no surplus to sell, then the American consumer will have to go to other nations for his food supply. To exclude food, then, IJY LOUISK would bo to organize starvation into a system. Tho American farmer is taxed upon all ho buys for tho benefit of who have grown rich beyond the dreams the robber barons, He is dead. David Graham Phillips. ed on a newspaper, and that he knew of avarice under the protection of an extortionate tariff. The Ameri- He was a newspaper man and an success before he died. ooo can farmer pays higher prices for everything ho buys and he knows author. Ho died in New York a victim an eccentric of F. C. Goldsborough, these higher prices are duo to the tariff, due to protection. narue ranon is one man you musician, who shot the novelist TuesThen he is deluded by tho pretense that tho tariff on wheat and day for a fancied grudge and then sui- can't fool. If you ever lived in Pincbe coe a uay ana spent tne rest ot vour on cotton and oats and on meat will work to his benefit just as the cided. The This tragedy was the result of a mor- life in New York, Charlie could tell you tariff on iron and steel works to the benefit of the Steel Trust. spent that day in the bushes. He al situation is altogether different. Tho tariff does not shut out farm bid imagination. The assailant's motive ways knows when a person who leaves produce to any extent and only then from small local areas. Tho is generally accepted that he imagined the country and stays a while in the unfavor- citv, gets "set up." "They come back price of wheat is not affected by our Canadian tariff, nor is tho price himself and his family depicted ably in one of the author's novels. dressed up and wearing glasses nose a surplus and sell this surplus abroad, of meat, because we produce An unhappy imagination is the worse glasses with chain attached", he exPrices are fixed abroad except whore wo have a tariff within tho tar affliction a man or woman can possess plains. One day a woman who had been iff wall; organized trusts, that control tho market, crushing tho far- and though it may never lead many to traveling some came in Nolte's and mer when they have to buy from him and crushing him again when a fate like Goldsborough's, it can Charlie remarked politely to her, "you wreck a person's happiness and usefulhad to put on glasses while away, didn't they sell to him. hope jf tho protectionist is that tho farmers will rally to the ness. Some'persons will read articles you?" "Yes," answered the home The newspapers that fit their cases so comer, "they are good glasses but they support of the tariff; that thoy will reject this Canadian treaty and in well, that they imagine the writer hurt my eyes." reject every attempt made to modify tho exactions of tho tariff. meant the articles personally for them; ooo s and protectionists alike, influenced by local interests, others will not go to church because good Indifference to men in the long run is will sa' they do not they imagine their clothes are not will protest against this treat'. Tho free trade by piecemeal; thoy do not want freo trade- - with Can- enough; in a thousand little ways peo- surely a winner. There is a young ladywant by known to many ple make them selves miserable ada or any approach to it, unless they can have free trade with the imagining that which never happens. been almost a in Cloverport, who has And now world. And the only cure for this habit is sho has a man "crazy" about her, Whether wo want free trade or not, we are not apt to get it for a happy thinking, always picturing the Three or four weeks she was totally in generation. What we do want is a lower tariff and a lessening of tho best side and think of the other fellow different to him, although they met in the dining room of their hotel twice a tariff exactions. We ought to have surely freo trade with Hawaii, what you want him to think of you. David Graham Phillips interested us day, sat at the same table, she the Philippines, Porco Rico, because these are our possessions. Wo because he was a journalist and a wouldn't even offer to hand him the ought to have free trade with Cuba, Mexico and Canada, for these are splendid one. His first book, "The Discuiis. une uay tne strange man our neighbors and friends. Great God Success" was a newspaper turned over the strange girl's cup of These are dreams tor the future. In tho meantime let us get story. He too, drew on his imagina- coffee. He was very sorry and apologiz what wo can, hero a little and there a little, through annnexation of tion about the horrible things of life, ed. She assured him that was all motive kindly and but he territory, through reciprocity treaties, through tho abolition of ad- to showdid it and womenwith a error of right and smiled. "Indifferent, but the men nice!" that's the way she impressed the mittedly absurd items in the tariff' and tho general modification of pretense and sham. He had a big fellow. other items. And Cupid has been busy ever since. heart, his style of writing was so full of In submitting this treaty to Congress the president puts upon that grace and charm. We are glad that Really he will break his neck if "The body the responsibility for action just as Mr. Cleveland did when ho David Graham Phillips lived and work Strangers" do not tie up by June. submitted an arbitration treaty with Great Britain to tho Senate and Sheep and Lambs and tho Senate rejected it. Louisville flarket Report The nmrket wag. firm Receipts 132 head and Roth of theso arrangements mako for international peace. One Louisvillo, Jan. 3I. Cattle The re- ter. The best fat sheen 2a shade bet tn.Wp I f!e Was a has been rejected by tho Senate: it remains to bo seen what is the fate ceipts were 1,638 head. There medium aud camnion lc to 2c. Butch fairly good attendauce of buyers .n the er lambs of tho other. Evening Post. to Oc; medium and cull ul and even if you can, it isn't safe, or prudent, or business-like. CLOVERPORT BANK OF LEWIS, PAUL Cashier 1 Northern White Seed Oats Warranted Pure At 5Qc . Per Bushel 1 See us for prices on Flour, Meal, Mixed Feed, Shipstuff, Corn, Hay, Fodder, Oats. We are paying high- While The Press Thunders d, est market price for Chickens, Eggs and all kinds of produce. Don't fail to come across when you come to Fertilizer! Cumb. Phone Fertilizer! Irvington, Ky. A. D. ASHCRAFT & BRO. 1 Poultry Announcement. We wish to announce to the public that we have moved into our new Poultry Plant, and invite you to visit and inspect our stock and buildings. Uome and visit the largest poultry plant in Breckenridge county, and make your choice nf the eight different breeds. tr Free-trader- free-trade- rs - "man-hater- ". SMART BROS. Near Hites Run, Ky. Planters Hall Stock Farm' Proprietor W. It. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. ld Now offering at bargain prices 3 Shorthorn bulls; 10 Poland China boars; 25 gilts; 20 work mule&; 1 mare; 18 Collie pups; 15 Plymouth four-year-o- Rock cockrels, Satisfaction guaranteed. HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. SEED OATS AND COTTON SEED MEAL at lowess market prices, also A w TAX DODGING W, 1'. Walton In Lexington Herald Tax dodging seems to bo confined to no state or locality. Tho executors of a wealthy decedent at Boston left out of the inventory nearly sixteen millons of property through tho neat device of distributing tho estato to thcmsolves as trustees prior to April 1, 1909. This tho corporation counsel thinks was not a legal distribution and deprived Boston of $274,110 in taxes, which should have been rightfully received, and steps will bo taken to recover. Tho Post makes tho statement that if Boston could collect all tho taxes duo hor, thoro would rarely bo need of bond issues. If sho could collect half, hor tax rate would tako a suddon drop and everybody would bo benefited. It is tho same way horo and nearly everywhere. Lexington would bo on Easy Street if ovoryono would givo in his property correctly to tho assessor instead of swearing to an in ventory by no means complete. If tho sin of tax dodging is punished us other sins, wo fear that a largo number of people will suffer severe ly hereafter in a land that is hotter than this. pards, but everyone seemed to reulize that there were enough cattle here to go around and remembered the fact that all other markets closed lower last week, and the trade was slow and dull from start to finish, with lower prices in vogue. The butcher cattle trade was dull and a shade lower than the ciose of last week, or ls25c lower than the best time a week ago today; medium and inferior kinds particularly dull. There was a fairly good iuduiry for good feeders and stockers, but at lower prices, and the medium aud common trashy stock cattle were very dull at 2540c lower. Bulls steady; cauners dull and lower. Milch cows slow Not many heavy cattle here; priceB mostly 1015c lower. Pens only fairly well cleared and the market closed slow. Quotations Choice export steers beef $5,75t; shipping steers steers $3.s05; cutters $2.503.50; can- ners $1.502.60; bulls 2.754.75; feed- 3c POULTRY AND EGGS. Louisville wholesale dealers' buvinir prices are as follows; Butter Quiet; packing 12c to 13c. Eggs Steady; case count 18c to 181c sc to 5c. Coal, Corn, Timothy and Clover Hay, Bran and Brick. At the Depot L0DIBURG. Miss Mamie AdkJsson was visiting friends and relatives at Webster last week. Miss Ada Dutschke, of Holt, was the guest of her cousin. Miss Ida Ater, x-- x W. H. Gibson, of Holt, who advertises a salo in Tho News this week wants to come to Cloverport to live and it is impossible for him cows l535. to get a house. Can't tho Cloverport Heal Estato and improvement Calves Receipta 12 head. The marmedium ket ruled slew; best company got busy? There is a scarcity of houses and a demand for 68c; common 2c to 6c. them in our city. "Wo hope thoro will bo ways and means mado to Hogs Receipts 3,14a head. The market ruled firm and 5c higher; se supply tho needs of tho now comers. candled 10c. Poultry Hens 12c Hi.; roosters 7c young chickens 11c to 16c; ducks 13c turkeys 15c to 17c; geese 10c. LEAF TOBACCO. Today's offerings on the local auction breaks amouuted to only 100 hogshea 32 new Burley and 68 new dark. The market showed no chauge as compared with the close last week. Heavy of ferlngs are iu prospect tomorrow. The Pickett bouse sold I5 hogsheads of new Burley at $5.50 to $12,50 and new dark at $0 to $10.75; market good no rejections. The Kentucky houBe sold 6 hogshead of new Burley at f5.O5tof8.40 and 2; new dark at J6.50 to t I2.5O; market uu ers $55.S0; stockers f2,7s5.50;choice changed; 1 rejection. milch cows fc545; meaium to fair Hardinsburg, Ky 4t last week. 88c; Barksdalo Hamlett, candidate for Democratic nomination for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, was in Cloverport and Hardinsburg Saturday in the interest of his race. We like Mr, Ham- - hogs, 320 pounds aud lected corn-feup, $7.00; 165 to 220 pounds S8; 105 pounds down $8,15; roughs $7.40 down, All sold and the market closed about d steady, Mrs. Mollie Gibson was the guest of friends at Irvington last week. Mrs. Nellie Dleckman is the guest of relatives here this week. B. F. Hardin was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Will Gibson, of Holt, last Woman's Lefts. Miss Blkley So you have given up Tuesday, advocating woman', rights? Jas. Rhodes has bought the Will Miss Passed Yes; I now go in for Shaw place. Consideration f 2,000. women's lefts. Jas. Hicks, of Holt, was the guest of "Womea'a lefts? What's that?" his daughter, Mrs. Remus Basham, "Widowers." last Sunday. A. M. Hardin was in Hardinsburg Oar affections are our life. We live fey theae. They supply our wanBtku one day last watk on business. CtaBBlag. Walter Adkiwon hat moved to Sam ple and will run a blacksmith shop. Born, to the wife of James Kurtz-Thursdthe 27th, a girl. A Manure Spreader demonstration nt Irvington by Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., Saturday Feb. 4th. I9II. Everybody come. Miss Nannie Gibson and Mr. Com-mili- on Bandy will be married Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock, If the best is not too good foryott Lewisport Beet flour 1b the flour vow ought to use. ay The "pure food law" is designed by the government to protect the public from injurious ingredients in both foods and drugs. It is beneficial both to th public and to the conscientious manufacturer. Elv's Cream Balm, n sucotta-f- ul remedy for cold in the head, nasal catarrh, hay fever, etc., containing no injurious drugs, meets fullv the rqulr- iuvuu ui iiio new raw, anu inat tact IS prominently stated on every packag contains none ot tne injurious drtua which are required bv the law to fc mentioned on tne label, Hae,yoa can use it safely. Mr. Hamlett, Superintendent of Cltv Schoo's of Ilopklnsvllle, visited in Ely's Cream Balm J as. 13. Biggs, the old reliable pro- Breckenrldge county Saturday. Ha U quickly ftbtorbed. duce man is nt Irvington, where he is ants the Democratic nomination for Slve Relief at Once. prepared to handle all kinds of produco It cleanse, soothes, nt highest cash prices. heals mid protects o tho diseased For a real first class shave or hair cut resulting from nnd n shampoo nnd massage cnll oh Catarrh and drives Fred Stadenwnter nt Irvlngton. He away a Cold In tlio Head quickly. ltc-lEC!t?Q furnishes hot nnd cold baths E.II B stores tho Senses of Don't forget A, D. Ashcrnft Si Hro., Tasto and Smell. Full eiio 50 els., atDrug-nlst- s or by tnnil. In liquid form, 75 cents. when you go to Irvlngton nnd want Ely Brothors, GO Warrou Street, New York. feed nnd flour nnd Northern seed oats. Rend their nd in nnother column. mem-brannl-sA VSM0 CATARRH weeks has been a guest at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Morrison, has returned to her home in Louisville. Barksdale Hamlett. i JJ Wats. Wanted Tic Makers. Im VI 11' Wanted Salesman. rooI agent to represent us In lircrkenrldRp County. Soil groceries direct to oiiMnroi'M. Kxnorlence not essential. Pplcntlld oK)rtunlty. No Investment. Herereni-fruiutred. American Supply Co., Inc., tjnuNvllle, Ky. WANTEH-- A yANTKn-Tli-mak- ers Be Ready For Spring Do your Sewing Now New Dress Ginghams and Percals A splendid assortment of m flftl Lf neccevmry. Write or call on .1. or .1.0 Harrison, IMllhurff. Ky. at oncp. Hoard If M. Uliodos 1 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE ADVERTISING NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES R. N, Hudson, of Versailles, one of rnllrond men in Kenthe tucky, is nt The Seelbnch nnd was mingling with the politicians last night. Side Glances Ilernld. best-know- WANTKD teams. Write I'. I.Hiovllr., Lewisport, Ky. Wanted Tenant. A tonant for the Ilallmiin farm Tenant must ftirnlsli n Por Sale or Rent Farm JAUM for sale or rent! cull or address Paul Kullmiiu, Lull limit, Ky. For Sale Oil SAI.K-Sclioliir- tlilp Laces and Embroideries the best we ever had Scholarship In tho TOBACCO AND STOCK SALES. Geo. LyddHn sold to John Lyddau mule colts for f260. Evervthlnu brought good prices nt E. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1911 II. White's Hale last Saturday. John Lyddnn sold to Vic Robertson a RTEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS pair of mules for $j75, and to Tom Lydfor $200. $ 2;50 dau one For Precinct and city Offices The wills of Mrs. A. C Hunter, Tho?, 5100 I For County Offices in For State and District Offices..- -! 15.00 J. Jolly aud Joel Jared were probated 10 the County Court last week. Calls, per line For 10 J. V. Ilinton, who lives near Kiik, For Cards, per line In tbe intersays he had In this yenr one and n half For All Publications acres of tobacco on which he raised est of Individuals or expression .10 2,100 pounds. He sold it for $7 round. of individual views per line The field hadn't been cultivated before in 18 years, showing thnt old fields will do their duty if tuey nave the proper attention. Mr. Ilinton is n fine farmer, and makes money every year, and does so on land that was once considered two 15e Brcckenrldge News. (ireen University, eood In nnv de art mentof that University. HrcckenrldRoNews, uiuvcrpurt, ivy. Howling State Superintendent of Public In struction. Mr. Hamlett believes In the equalization of opportunities and his greatest wish in his work is to make opportunity knock at the home of every school child in Kentucky. Glycerine Lotion will fix those chapped hands I Ladies' II Muslin Underwear " Let us show you " Resolutions Resolved: Of Respect That the order cf busl 1J. ran Ttk P C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. mW9 Local Brevities ness be laid aside for the purpose of giv ing opportunity for tributes to the memory of Mr. John H. LeGrand, late a member of Bosetta Local Union No. 180. 10c and 25c Bottles Resolved: of That as a particular mark Mrs. Polk was in Sample last week. Chas. Campbell will spend Sunday in Chicago. Mrs. Sam Bishop is ill at Her home on Oak street. Haven't you a friend who would like to get the News? Mrs. Forrest Pate, who has been very sick, is some better. Mrs. Fannie Tousey, of Louisville, is worthless. Dr. J. B. Frymire was in Hardin; burg Monday. Geo. Lyddan's wheat field is showing Mr. Brickey'sJLuck up beautifully; so is jonas Lyons'. went to Itchica, Rev. Everett English Frank Brickey one of tne most proN. Y., Monday to have his eyes treated. gressive and industrious farmers in His wife and Mrs. Dejamette will be in this community had a streak of tough Hardinsburg during his absence. luck last season, having lost twenty-fiv- e acres of corn, two Ions of hay, one Grayson Payne is building a two story horse and one and one half acres of Tofarm near Louiburg. dwelling on his bacco. Northwlthstandingthls he will visiting friends here. bring to He was in Irvlngton Saturday buying a and five town this week between four thousand pounds of the red Ky. Miss Martha Willis entertains the lumber to finish it. News Ad. weed. Girls' Club this afternoon. Two new house9 are going up at Sam Mr. and Mrs. John McGovern were pie. In town Saturday shopping. Dr. J. T. Baker, of Hawesville, went FROM GERMANY THE Who will get that fine $400 piano to-b- to Cectertown Monday. given away at C. Sippel's? Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Miller returned Mrs. Freeman Is quite sick at the toEddyville Monday. Came to Cloverport over a Century Ago. Stood Behind the Anvil home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred May s Vic Robertson shipped two Sixty-tw- o Years. Organized a Brass Band During spent of mules last week. James Hart, of Louisville, Common Gregory. Sunday here with Miss Inez the Civil War John Jones, colored, raised six acres Lime re- of tobacco 011 John Wimp's farm ne: in Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Murray have Williamson, W. Va. Irvington. He sold it to Foster Lyons turned home from on for in ADVICE TO A YOUNG MAN. If you are a "leetle boy" or a If the best is not too good Lewisport for 10 cents round. The ciop brought grown-uone, sometime when playing "My advice to. a young man in the Best Flour is the Hour you ought to him $572.10. down on the river bank on the upper business world is to go slowly, steadily D. C. Moorman sold to Sol Allen, of side of the creek, go up to that blackuse. a rolling stone gathers no moss to for $500, smith shop and ask that man, whose loan no one money, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattingly will Grayson county, and fine jack don't take stock In ' W. R. Mooruiau & Son sold to II. T, hair is snow white, to tell you of when a company unless you have enough go to Florida this month to visit relaMoss, of Hickman, Tenti., a Poll Dur he saw King William of Germany.long, money to choke all the other stock tives. long lima ago! He used to wade In the holders out" advised Mr. May serioushnm bull 10 mouths old for $150. Mrs. Nancy Ferry is visiting her dwelling in going up at new River Rhine where Napoleon crossed ly. Another daughter, Mrs. Homer Dawley in Louwith his great army. And if you will Mystic, ORGANIZED A BRASS BAND. STONE IN BLADDER RE isville. RAYMOND. stand around while he is feeding his Wm. Ahl raised 4,330 pounds of red chickens, he will tell you many InterHawes-vill- e At the opening of the Civil War he K. Martin was here from MOVED IN REMARKABLE WAY. J. Sunday the guest of Misu Rachel tobacco 011 three and ;i half acres. It esting stories of his life because the organized a brass band that cost him Camp Hill, Ala., Aug. 16th, lgC9. Henry Cashman, who has been on brought him $30q. It was one of the $1000. He gave Wallace James, the Jackson. first time his mother sang him to Dr. Kilmer &Co., Binghanipton, N. Y. the sick list the past week, is able to best cro'ns delivered at the Phelon 50 a month. The members sleep was in Prussia not many days teacher Mrs. Hebble Robinson, of Stephens-por- t, A year and a half ago I was taken be out again. house. were: John and Court Babbage, Chas. August 12, 1SIJ6 his birthday. been visiting Mrs. Lucy has after with a severe attack of kidney trouble Jess Knott and family moved to Walters, John Wesley Allen, Jesse Mr. aud Mrs. II. Driskell and his Younger. LEARNED TO STEAL FIRST. Wright, Lou Pate, Jim and Sam Ham-bleto- that pained me to such an extent that Raymond in the property of Henry father, Mr. D. Driskell, were in Webb, Anything you want In way of overLane Woods and Columbus morphine had to be given nie. Was at- Cashman. Before he knew his A. B. C's, he Mi3s., recently visiting his sister, Mrs, The price is right. Jas. J. who pronounced it shoes. a Mrs. L. Cashman received a card Wm. Shellniau. They had a delight knew how to steal. One day he was Beasley. "We had a great time for tended by doctor Burke & Co. as stone in the bladder and prescribed from walking through a prune orchard, he four years. Once our band was playful visit. her brother, M. E. Avltt, of Lithiu Water. I took Lithia Water and Rev. Frank Lewis attended the The Farmers Union of Ureckenridge was hungry and stole some prunes. ing Dixie, and Gen. David Murray's tablets for some time and received 110 Seattle. Wash., statimr that he would Golden Jubilee of Missions In Louiscounty sold 1,500,000 pounds ot their And the great big policeman, who was mother tried to pull the horn out of my relief from them. I stopped taking visit in Kentucky about the middle of ville last week. own mouth, but she didn't," laughed Mr. February. dark holdings last week to Ben Clark- - watching the orchard for the rich medicines tor some time nnd having Yon can get a suit to suit you, no son at prices ranging from 3 to cents, er, wanted to arrest mm anu ne saiu no May. A Manure Spreder demonstration at il In some of Dr. Kilmer's S .vamp-Romatter how hard you are to suit at Jas, A uieetiug of the members will be held would lose his job if he didn't. But the WAS SURE YOUNG ONCE. Irvington by Irvington Hardware & the house, I decided to try It and .felt him J. Burke & Co. Implement Co., .Saturday Feb. 4th, Mr. May said when he was a young at Harned next Friday to ratify or reject little thief's mother pleaded for and a mother's plea, you know, can do fellow that dancing was his chief de- much relieved; while taking the Fecoud I9II. Everybody come. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berry have an the sale. bottle cummeuced to pass gravel in urine many wonderful things for her son. lightdanced all night and would shoe apartment in the Mullen residence on George Cashman, of Paynesvllle, Squire B. A. Whittinghill has finished happened over a half century ago horses all the next day. A same of until I had passed in all at least a half street, Chestnut delivering his crop of 20,000 pounds of That have not suffered passed through here Saturday. and this old man tells the story of his cards was always a joy to him. He a dozen or more and Received today a nice linn of ladies tobacco to Moorman, Howard & Co. nil have taken Proctor Knott returned home from first lesson as If ho learned It yesterday never played for money, but once he the slightest siuceand in and childrens shoes. C. Sippel. brought him an average of 7 cents, or He one bottle and a half aud feel very grate- New Madrid, Mo., last week. won thirty-si- x turkeys and thought he ful to Swamp Root. SAILS FOR AMERICA. At the News office this week was re $1,400 for the crop. liked tho place and Is talking of mov When he was seven years old his par was going to have many days of feastYours very truly, ceived a catalogue ot beautiful Dennl ing his family before long. says a manure Walter Moorman ing, but his wife wouldn't cook a single II. W. Spluks. son crepe papers. spreader is one of the best and most ents took a ship for America and were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Adklsson, cf turkey. This was the first disappoint Personally appeared before me this Stony Point, visited at Clint Phllpot's Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe DeHaven nre economical farm implementsa man ever forty days and forty nights coming to "Rebecca" gave him, and he says 10th of August, 1000, H. W. Spluks.who ment keeping house In the McAfee residence had on a farm. It saves 50 per cent. In New Orleans. Henry Jacob May, then Saturday and Sunday. If he had listened more to her In regard subscribed the above statement nu manure and labor and adds as much to in his heart became a citizen of the on Second street. Several from here were In Irvlngton e United States and today, he and John to many things, he would have been made oath that same is true in Go to V. G. Bnbbage, Notary Public, the value of the land. last Saturday in the interest of their off today. A. It. Lee, Krouch, of Rome, Ind. , are the only far better and in fact. pooled tobacco. Thos. Withers was at Glen Dean Mon to have your deeds and contracts drawn THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS. two left of the thirty families of the old Notary Public day delivering his crop of tobacco. and acknowledged. If the best Is not too good for you county who settled at German Ridge, Mr. May says the best happiness is Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will do For You Lewisport Cost Hour is the Hour you Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham enter Glen Dean was run over with tobacco Ind. not the good luck that comes to you, tained last Sunday to dinner In honor last Monday. The town was full Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co,, Uiiigluuu- - ought to use. This little German chap, whom every not unexpected riches, but pleasure ton. N. v.. for a sitmoie bottle. It will of them had to stay Mrs. Thos. Mclntlre. wagons and many of Mr. and was not under the that you make yourself. body called "Jake," "My greatest convince auyoue. You will nlso re We have a complete line of Mens overnight. Moorman, Howard & Co, red, white and blue flag long until he pleasure is standing behind the anvil ceiven V .oklet of valuable information Women's and Childrens shoes. Call and Ernest Robertson, the buyers had was left an orphan and fell into the where I have been sixty-tw- o FOR FLETCHER'S years. I telling ill about the krlneys ana bladall thev could do. The farmers were care of Thos. Hanna, for whom Mr. would rather blacksmith than smoke". der. When writing, be sure and men and see. them. Jas. J. Burke & Co. tion The llrerkeuridire News. Regular May has a loving memory. He stayed As he said this he pulled out a pipe filty-ceu- t Rev. Mr. Wm. Lusk, of Elizabeth- - all satisfied with prices. size bottles for and Mrs. town, was the guest of Mr. and at his home in Indiana, worked on his that Mr. Murray brought him from sale at all drug store?. Lula Glaser's Opera farm three years and went to school Germany. Proctor Keith Sunday and Monday. The. River. The story of "The Girl and the KaiNOTICE three months each year just .nine Carl Whittinghill's name was omitted WANTS TO LIVE ON. Tho river at this point is risin months was his only schooling, but he ser," In which the Messrs. Shubertwill through mistake in the list of the teach "I want to live always, Clpyerport is men are pro has read the bible through three times. present Lulu Glaser and a large comer's names given in the Driskell write-u- rapidly. Ultl river Sealed bids will be received by the pany God's foundation", remarked Mr. May. at the Shubert Masonic Theater, dieting that it will come out of its COMES TO CLOVERPORT IN 1851. last week. He enjoys his children and is proud Board of Trustees of the Cloverport February 8 and 9, is based on an inciwill tako several feet News banks. Wm. Waggoner called at the Graded Common School District No. 1, dent in the life of the Austrian Emperbut his "baby" At tbe age of eighteen years he came of his grand-childreoffice Saturday and subscribed for the yet to do it. until march 15, 1011, for furnishing all or, and be (Raymond) Is the joy of his heart I to Cloverport from Cannelton Josef II., when he met a pretty girl paper for A. L. Howard, of Silver The last few days Mr. May has not material and labor to build a wall in the royal game preserves and again gan his bus! nest; career. He chose the 75. of the Public Kansas, Route 2, Box trade of blacksmith because, he said, a been able to leave the home of his across & certain portion The New Gas Well. discovered her in Vlanna In time to M. Beavin called at the News stay at home and the daughter, Mrs. Alvin Simons, but he School lot, accordlug to the plans and save her sweetheart from execution as John blacksmith can Tho gas well being drilled down world will come to him. Seven years does not look ill. He has a twinkle In specifications on file in the olllcc of the office Saturday and subscribed for the a deserter from the army. There is a oaoer for his daughter. Mrs. P. W, on Ed Whitehead's place is down he was in the mercantile business and his eye that shows he has life much of undersigned Secretary ot the Board. definite and constant plot, stronger and Olds will be received for the constructRoberts, of Goodman, Mo. about 030 feet, and a good lllow o kept every thing from a mustard seed it in him at the age of seventy-fiv- e. more healthy than the average operf malice, ion of Bald wall, either with stone laid Not one bit of pessimism, nor Mrs. Joe Sawyer bad the News sent gas is oxpocted. to a silk drees. At one time he accuetta plot; let it be said to the credit mulated 25,000, and now he says he nor envy leaks out in his little chats, in cement, or for concrete of proper to Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Heston, of Slkes-to-s, Forster Cerlst'l," under which tiI had and makes one see that years can drop mixture. Board reserving the right to tle "The Girl and. the Kaiser" ran for Mo, They are charmed with their the best is not too. good for you has $50,000 coming to him. "If If t, Marion is not lovely, that old age is an reject any or all bids. a long time in Austria and otherfEuro-pea- n state. sew home in tbe "Show-me- " Lewisport Best Flour is the flour you all the money I "have made, two mules all that countries. Secy. Board of Trustees. Mr, May. untarnished honor. could not haul it away" said Miss Ibm Gregory, who for several Qughtto use. respeci to the memory of thodeceas ed, and in recognition of his faithful ness as a member, the Local Union, at the conclusion of the exercises of today shall stand adjourned. Resolved: That the Secretary send a copy of these res dutlons to each of the county papers for publication, aud a copy to the family. M. T. Chappell C. VV. Kasey i Committee. G. C. Garner Severs Drug Co. C. W. B0IILER Sy rUPWi Wfww ou SHWs L mWWw MlMsM 4 MARION WEATIIERIIOLT J. iswlP flf W. PATE 5sT Boliler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Don't forget to try Want e Ml Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work car-load- p Building Stone, and Fire Brick, and Cement carried Piling, Lumber, prices anything our stock. Write line. Estimates on Application n, sub-stauc- Gtoliarn Cry one-doll- CASTORIA It Wea-therhol- AA A over his ftlfouldor. wheeling his back ,t, ,ti it. TT i iT 4 TT V W TTTTTTT V iti A it. A it. A iti A A .t. .f iL A A A A A to his foe ns he did so. Valentino could berfd sharply forwnrd nnd throw his assnllnnt helplessly over his head nnd on to the floor In n heap with the disconcerting "llylng mare." But midway In his rush the warden I stopped short. lie had caught himself Just In time. About to throw himself blindly nt his Intended victim, jj n thought (an Inspiration he afterward considered It to boi Ooshcd through his brain. The warden halted, much to the nmazoment of his secretary, Smith, who hud been watchNovelized by ing the proceedings with unconcern 4 4 Jimmy Valentine'5 i From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG FREDERICK R. TOOMBS ministry. Three years passed. The tad was In college. Tho study of theology did not suit his temperament or tils He wanted, above all tlilnps. to go out Into ttie world of action, fo battle with tho might of tho strong man ho wns becoming against big. tangible odds: out In t lie open air under the open heavens, down In. the bowels of the earth of wherovor there do-rdr- The further fact that this boy ns. plred to bo a mining engineer made fio difference lo tills father or to this mother. It had already been dwtdod for him thnt he must study for the Marion Weatherholt, Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound The Change of Life is the most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease. Women everywhere shoulc remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Here is proof: I Miticlc, Mnss., "I cannot express wnnt i Uvcnt through during the Chnngc of Iilfo heforo I tried Lydia E. Pinkhniirs Vegetable Compound. I wns in such a nervous, condition I could not keep still. My limbs were cold. I hnd creepy sensations nnd could not sleep nights. I was llnally told by two physicians that I had n tumor. " I read ono day of tho wonderful cures made1?!. Tlnlf lintn'a Viritn.1iln f!nmtinimil 1tr land decided to try it, nnd it has mado mo a well Iwoinnn. Mt neighbors and friends declare it has worked a mlraclo for me. Lydia E. Flnkliam's vcgetauio Compound is worth its weight In gold for women during this Tinrlnii nf ltfn. Tf it. will linln ntliors vnn mnv nulillsh this letter." Mrs. Nathan B. Greaton, 51 No. Main St., NatlclMass. - Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twcntr years' expeiicnco in the execution of I z Copyright. i IOI0, by American Pren Association CllAl-rK- K V. secretnry left tho room io procure Vnlontino Warden I Handler glowered darkly nt the door that closed behind lilm and tbrouRh which No. 12S9 was to bo unwillingly brought. Ho would ehow this man who had dared to talk to the lieutenant governor that Billy Handler wus tho boss of Sing Sing prison nnd no one else, even lieutenant governors to tho contrary. Dlsclpllno must bo preserved. Yes, that was It the old explanation that nlwnys held good when n prisoner who offended tho warden In any way was meted out the vengeance that tho warden would not bo denied. Once there was a thin chested, cough racked little election Inspector "doing three" for crooked work at tho polls who had had his front teeth kicked down his throat because ho would not shine the 'warden's shoes. As for this slick Mr. Valentine, he was altogether too Independent, too, and tho warden would gjvc,hlm the lesson of his life, llo 11 S his "would The door opened, and in camo Smith, holding Jimmy Valentine by tho arm. Tho warden stood at his desk. "Bring him over here!" ho cried hoarsely, pointing to the space in front Tho secretary slipped his hand up behind the prisoner's neck and with a violent heave Hung Valentine forward bo that ho was barely able to prevent himself from falling tint" on his face. Gritting his teeth, No. 12S9 straightened himself nnd Anally succeeded In suppressing the Impulse that surged within him to spring nt his cowardly assailant's throat. Probably It was the realization of tho fact that he knew himself to bo more than an equal for Smith In a hand to hand conUIct that enabled Iilm to restrain himself tho contempt of a strong, confident man for an Ignoble inferior. Smith was larger and heavier, yes, but the man who had hip locked tho burglar Cotton and had thrown him headlong to his death from the window of n rushing railway train was not one to bo trilled with. Besides, no less ii personago than Georgo Bothner, the world's lightweight wrestling champion, had taught Valentino tho mysteries of the "grapevine," tho "cross buttock," the "Cornwall heave," tho "flying mare," the "back heel," the rib crushing "scissors," tho waist and crotch holds and evenjhp tortures of the deadly strangle holds, front and rcar "Tftuidler bent over his desk, resting both hisjiauds upon it, and sneered "nTTnTentineT' of his desk. born of experience In like happenings. Then Handler turned nwny. rested ono hand on his desk nnd with tho other stroked his heavy, square chin reflectively. "Suppose the "God!" ho pondered. lieutenant governor should get on to those deals In the contracts for He might, nnd then I'd need htm o bo flit rlond " Handler reached out, picked up a box from tho desk nnd extended It to tho now thoroughly thunderstruck convict, who was slowly recovering from the mental strain of tho last few moments. "Have a cigar," smiled tho warden graciously, with a sweeping bow. "Also permit mo to offer you a chair, Mr. Valentine. "By tho way," ho went on easily, "are you perfectly comfortable In your cell? If not, I wnnt to know what I can do for you. I'm going to bnvo Smith go to seo you every day to do for you anything that you want, provided tho rules of tho prison permit, nnd maybe some things they don't." Valentine, hardly believing what his eyes and cars told him actually to bo occurring, dropped bewlldcredly into tho proffered chair and, taking a gilt banded Havana from the box, stuck It eagerly between his lips. "ilavo a light." said tho warden, striking a matcli and extending It to the end of Valentine's cigar. Tho secretary stood across tho room near a door, eyes staring In his wonder as No. 12S9 leaned back luxuriously in his chair, crossed ono striped leg over tho other and sent fragrant clouds of blue smoko toward the ceiling. "Thls'll bo a regular Y. M. C. A. before wo get through," he gasped. "I think I'll apply for n Job as worsted holder for some old maids' sewing society. This prison is getting altogether too genteel to suit me." sup-pile- moruluc dormltoi-mil? and wroto his father, that he could not continue his study for tho ministry; that he wanted above nil oth6r things In life to enter tho school of mines nt the university. Ho waited Ave days. Tho answer came. The same night there were a vacant room and a vacant bed In the Next morning camo a dormitory. scrrch. Under a tabic was found a crumpled note that tho tears of the lad had blurred as he read. The letter was taken to the president gf the college. When this gray haired gentleman adjusted his spectacles he pressed the paper flat on his desk nnd read: "If you do not continue your courso In theology will cense to pay your bills nt college.' Should you dlscon- 1 were mines to be dug and eUlpprt He wanted to study and operated. the problems thnt faced the men who decoyed the glistening ores from secretive Mother Harth. nnd he thrilled with the Idea that he could succeed In this profession. He sat In his room In the college Deeds Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-class T.i-fll-o "Why didn't you smash him when he hit you, you coward?" ho asked the helpless prisoner in purposely aggravating tones. "J'ou'ro losing your nervo in this little boarding houso of mine; that's what's tho matter with you. You haven't nny manhood left In you. And, say, Valentlue, when wo have had you here as our guest two years more you'll be whining around like a puppy with tho pink eye; that's what you're coming to. it's bound to get you this life Just like It gets all the rest of you thin skiuued guys. Only a bum can live this life nnd keep his mind and his manhood." The cruel words of the warden sank deeply into Valentino's soul, B3 Dandier well know they would. But tho prisoner was determined that he would show no signs of weakening hoforo tho two men who hated him. "I didn't hit him because I'll squaro myself when I get out," answered defiantly, "and there nro n few little things that I will squaro with you, too, Mr. Warden Handler. You know you have mo In your power, and bo do I. But. Handler, you'ro going to like mo better from now on because, realizing my position, I have dared go against you." But Valentino had mistaken his man. Tho respect that ono lighting man has for another who fights him Bqunrely found no place In tho craven heart of Billy Handler. Valentino had yet somethlug to learn of tho psychology of Jail wardens. Handler's faco took on a malignant expression. "Oh," ho sneered, "so I'm going to llko you, am 1? Well, Just watch me. Val-eutl-- When a young lad of good parentage and of sound training and education begins to chafe under the restraint of parental discipline it Is time for tho parents to exercise tho wisdom got only from the lessons taught In tho great school of the wide, wide world. Theories and principles expounded ever so convincingly will not keep tho growing bo at home after 7 o'clock in tho evening when there is a chance to escape into the streets to meet tho "bunch," the nlluring, versatile bunch whose plans so often Include tho annihilation of the Sioux warriors of tho Dakota plains who have laid down tho tomahawk to take up tho agency clay pipe and store clothes. That Is to say, theories and principles merely wilt not sulllco to restrain imaginative, action tho impulsive, craving youths unless the parent combines with them enough knowledge of the world to convince The half formed, half trained youthful mind that tho mentor has the best Interests of tho lnd In mind, that he has been through It all himself and knows full well the Joys and disappointments, tho fears and hopes of early days. And it is tho habitually stern, optimistic, unyielding and academic parent who convinces tho young lad that ho knows nothing of tho fascinating temptations of boyhood. The spirit of compromise is allowed to perish by such a parent; thu spjrlt of rebellion grows in tho sou's heart; a spirit nour ished on the decay of tho respect und lovo thrust aside by tho father who would not understand. A certain lad of sixteen years found life In his New England homo far more circumscribed than was that of his companions of the same age and same comfortable position. Ho was not allowed to go swimming in tho lakn because his young friend Tommy Clark had narrowly escaped drowning. Tho fact that Tommy Clark could not swim nnd was "taking n dare" on that memorable occasion when ho verged ANOTHER SIMILAR CASE. Cornwallville, N. Y. "I have been taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for some time for Change of Life, nervousness, and a fibroid growth. "Two doctors advised mo to go to the hospital, but ono day while I "was away visiting, I met a woman who told mo to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did so and I know it helped mo wonderfully. I am very timnirfiil that I was told to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. AVm. Houghton, Cornwallville, N. X., Greene Co. TUn rrmkprs nf Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound have thousands of such letters as those above they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained This medicine is no stranger it has for love or money years. stood the test tor For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound has been tho standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women ffl to write her for advice. She has . guided thousands to health free of charge. Addrefad Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. gCURlTU H WIOE-WELGxS C J -JJ ASPHALT 6 Full inches of Asphalt-Cement-weld-ed Joint No Nail holes Through Roof -- Covered by Felt and Asphalt. e A Continuous Roof with Every One-piec- Nail-hea- d NO Coal-Ta- r SOLD BY njk Gregory, & Co., Deaers In Lumber, Lime, Cement Cloverport, Ky. in search of nny kind of work thnt strong hands and arms could perform. So there should be tempered Judg ment shown, say I, in dwelling on the present fate of Jimmy Valentine when it is considered that he was tho ambitious lnd who left tho crumpled note lyhiR on tho floor in his bedroom nnd set out to fight tho world single bunded. JIMMY VALENTINE'S FATHEn, TOO BROKE THE BCHOOIjUOI'B JiU&HT. tinue them you must return home. where 1 will secure you a position as bookkeeper at your uuclo's store." Signed to this eloquent, brief epistle was tho name of tho young man's father. Several years have passed since that crumpled letter was picked up from the floor of the college student's room. Several years have passed since an aged couple, soon to eko out their meed of existence In a' small country town, have heard news from tho son who would not become a minister. Several years have passed slnco a young college student appeared penni less and discouraged In a middle west ern city and vainly walked the streets foe fJnvR Riibslstlnc as best lie .mlirlit. Do You Get Up Witti a Lame Back? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, ; j the great kidney, liver and umuuer rcmeuj , uc-cause of its reniark- able health restoring L properties. Swamp- -. i...,.,. r..mii IN I1IIIIU3L II III k r41 every wish in over- It ii-( I I ill ryfl -- fcJUuU pain in the back, kidcyS liver, uiuuucr and every part of the urinary ijuhsuuc. 11 nnrrppta itinliilltv to - 1 .1 .1 lwwl ffMa fn11rt.viticriifnf 1immr witlP or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity ui ucmg luuiwciicu wjju win- through the day, and to get up many Swamp-Rois uot recommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private practice, and has proveu so success, ui mm a upcviui ui rangement has been made by which all mmUra nf Mila nnticr. wlm have not al- ot That Jimmy should have lost In his first grapple with life should afford no reasonable person ground for reproach. Those of us who have not lost as yet quite humanly perhaps incline toward comparisons which favor our own acknowledged virtues, but nt the same timo the environment of our fellow beings nt critical periods in their lives should always bo rcmem-herewhen the final estimate is made. It is human to have human emotions. It is human to have inhuman ideas concerning some of our fellow men ut various times: but. after all, why not ndopt the optimistic philosophy of Jim my Valentine himself? For was It uot ho who nt tho timo "Frisco Eddie" hungled tho "luslde Job" of a safe looting expedition In Omaha sought to soothe the latter's feelings by sayiug sympathetically: 'Nobody Is a failure until ho admits You will never admit It himself. you'ro a failure, Eddie, so cheer up. You, therefore, can never bo one.' Consequently Jimmy Valentino must bo given n chance. Ills doctrine is the doctrine of hope. Give him a chance to apply it to himself and await un- condemnlugly and dispassionately the result. If he succeeds In making a man of himself, n man such ns his Creator in tended him to be, who is there to say that his past has anythlug in it to concern a critical world? Or who is there to deny to Jimmy Valentino his birthright If he should miraculously redeem It? But should ho fail In the great test well, perhaps no word should Just now bo sent regarding him to tho old homo In the llttlo town, to tho father and tho mother who would not understand. d gnu acepiy to wisn mat nis nopes had never been nroused. Far better never to have risen to tho heights of expectancy nt all than on attaining them to ho thus rudely cast from them. But Valentine had uot realized how slowly move the executive wheels of the government of a great nnd busy state. A gove'ruor Is held to n strict accountability for hid ofllclal actions, nnd" In the important matter of tho pnrdon of a man convicted to state prison for a felony hnsto Is entirely out of tho question. And it wns ono day when Jimmy Valentine had lost every vestige of confidence In Rose Lnno and hor uncle nnd la tho lawyer whom ho had retained that hurried footsteps resounded down tho cell corridor. A paper, a glorious paper bear- Going Like Wild Fire Thnt's tho way to describe tho widespread demand for Walter Wellman's Great Book The Aerial Age Onccrlttccallslta "Fascinating Record another compares It to "a swift sailing ship, with Science, at tho helm and ndventuro In the forotop"; still another says that "It bristles with adventure and Is brln ful of education in aviation", Anyhow It Is n fireat seller as each day's orders show. of SclentlQIc adventure"; ing tho seal of the Empire State, was flashed before his eyes. "You nro pardoned!" came tho welcome announcement. "Tho governor has released you!" AGENTS WANTED Send today your application for exclusive terr.tory, with 35c for 32 paRO ngei t's prospectus and bucceisful selling canvass. Deduct the 35c from your Urst remittance for & or more books. Address In ono of tho parlors of tho Ten Eycl; hotel, in Albany, within two short blocks of the capltol, Mrs. Webster and Sirs. Moore sat patiently A. R. KELLER & CO. Marbrldae Building Broadway and 34th St., New York wnltlug. "You don't supposo Mr. Valentino would feel uncomfortable in coming to meet our party In a nice respectable plnco llko this, do you?" asked prim little Mrs. MoOre of her coworker In the Gate of IIopo society. "No," wns tho positive response. "That young man wouldn't feel un comfortable or embarrassed any where In tho world. This Is tho first victory for the Gate of nope. Mrs. Moore, and I trust your report will bo such ns to encourage others to Join For The Boy Away from Home Have your photograph made us." . 111 burko you, you" Handler lunged nrouud tho corner of his desk ut tho prlsouer. "Don't burko mol" cried Valentino desperately. Eyes gleaming with his vengeful-seswith hands outstretched, tho warden camo headlong at Valentine, who' braced himself to withstand tho ehock of tho oncoming body. Crouch-Ing- , tho prlsouer primed himself to clutch one of tho warden's thumbs, which was carelessly extended out eard from his hand a trick Bothner bad ahown him. Once securing this thumb, It could be pulled back or twitted to the breaking point If to cause an opponent to yield, m.tej drawliur the. puUtretcbed aria s, nec-cMw- ry sent free by mall, also a book telling and how to more about Swamp-Roo- t, y findoutif younave or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous "1UVZ A CIOAK. oiler in this paper and on death near tho county line road send vour address to . I1UIHII VVM bridge and tho fact that the lad we U BlBgbamtoB, N. Y. The regalar fifty-cevery well SBa are considering could swim size wnic ic aytu u Tlnn't mVc inv mistake made no difference to tho father as It mucrUt well as to the mother, The son must bat reaMaber the same, Swaa-ReeUse 4- keep away from the water.' That was Dr. Kilsaer's Swaap-Keekui-ne1A. V1MM IWUli at 11 T - J'-- - v osc-aoii- ar t, t, a4 CHAPTER VI. dragged slowly on Jimmy Valentino after the duy when Rose and Lieutenant Governor Fay visited the prison weeks of wonder, weeks of hope, weeks of despair. He concluded that the girl bad forgotten him; that her interest In him bad been but tho evanescent manifes-taUoof a fleeting impulse. Probably "lizy" Sneddon was right after all Iziy, doing a hit of four for burglary, seemed to know a great ieal about women, and he bad assured Valentino that "a girl dou't know What it means to keep her word, not. that she don't mean to, but she Just aat'erally talks so much that she can't remember half what she says." The lieutenant governor, too, bad apparently forgotten about the of No. 1386, and Valentine be-weeks THE u thnt you may rest assured. By tho way. do you not tutnk wo should have had a few reporters here to give public notice of our llrst triumph?" "Your report, my dear wo will send that to all papers," and Mrs. Webster smiled proudly ns she spoke. A messenger boy camo In with a note from Valentine, who had come to Albany to thank the governor for his rclenso nnd to meet the peoplo who had worked to secure him his pardon. Cloverport, Kylt ' Tho note, wrltteu from the governor's y executlvo chamber, uotiflid the Indies Will be In Irviiiffton.Ky., thnt ho would bo with them In fifteen I, 2, 3 and 4. minutes. Rose Lane and her father, William Lane, an Illinois banker, camo into the parlor and greeted the two ladles, who Informed tho newcomers that Mr. Valentine would shortly arrive. Declining tho invitation of Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Webster to Join In light refreshments in the tea room on the mezzanine floor, Rose and her father remained In the parlor, while the two Dr, Owen's Office, Mala Street ladlea departed. Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. . Rose had not .seen her father for Cleverperi, Ky. months, and on his arrival la the east she persuaded him to accompany her to Albany to assure the governor that If the b6t is not too good for yea If he pardesed Yalestlse he would Lewis port Beet flour k the fleur. ffo a kooL bwtaMd bobI- - ought to use. guarantee "It will he exact. Mrs. "Websterf of Beautiful and Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Feb-luar- DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist hlt continued oa p seves 5ubcrlbe today SWISS HAVE ELASTIC ROADS. "Alias Jimmy Valentine tlon. this attitude on the part of a mnn of Mr. Lane's Rtnmllng In the financial world Iind fomctlihiR to do with the final determination of tho executive to slftn tho release papers. It tended to confirm In the governor his belief In the prisoner's Innocence. Mr, Lnne It Is more limn probnblo that "Hose!" tho father exclaimed" as tho girl concluded her statement. Whilo he had realized her attraction toward tho released prisoner, ho hnd not guessed of tho depth of her feeling for him. "It's no good to bo shocked, dad," answered the' girl. "It's true. And then ho went to prison on the death rattlo of a beast like tlint, nnd I'm going to mako it good to him if he's a mnn. And ho Is; every drop of my blood tolls mo so." "And you don't even ,V - know h.ls name?" "Yes, I do." "IIo gnvo you one, I know, but even Tar Coated Gravel Proves Inexpentlvo, Lasting and Noiseless. An interesting cxneriinont linn been made with promising results at Zurich, Switzerland. Kino grnvel. the grains averaging from or nn Inch In diameter, to tho whole carefully freed from eartliv substances, wns coated In a revolving drum with tar. These pellets were then carefully dried nnd hardened and after eight or ton weeks wore stirend during dry weather in n thick layer upon n prepared roadbed nnd rolled. Tho road thus formed Is Inexpensive, possesses a certain elasticity and Is snld to withstand well the effects or heavy tnillle. The desirability of n slightly elnstie road for saving wear and tear and suppressing noIe Is h one-twelft- h .ouisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry, TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 147 l)lly 5 2J ly 01 145 143 HI Tivi to B pm l)iiy Dity M6m s 40am Lv. ts fS 17 5 SI STATIONS !"!!'!!"! 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In the mint ruction of which no wood was iwd. recently wax completed and opened for service in fifteen months from the time work was An eighty-nine d Railroad , fl mis"" tQ u m II 2S "" "" SI - 0 5( fi 03 17 .. -- 01 7 15 7 f7 f7 7 f3 a f3 37 45 50 59 05 14 S 43 50 11 00 11 13 . frt 33 t8 40 ll 45 0S7 II 41 ff'S"" ;'".";:: fH 37 ADDIriUN IIOI.T OI.OVKKI'OKT.. SHOPS SKI I.I.MAN ... 11AWKSV1M.K I'KTHIK -- STKI'IIKNtil'OKT. IIOWAItl) IIAKTI.KS .... HOCK IIAVKN .. 1.0NO II KAN Oil .. liKANDKMIUItU KKKON. .. OLSTON IltYlNOTON .... WMISTKU .. LOIllHUKU .... MYSTIO SAMPI.K . S9 50" 54 40 S5 tl 151111 & 43 fit fll fll 11 til fll 50 45 3T Sfl ta 11 fO 41 10 3J Si 13 5 41 11 01 10 55 f 10 47 10 38 f f 10 31 15 f5 15 0 10 (103 III 0l 51 13 34 .. ... T'st", 4 flO HI 10 14 no on flO 0 0 55 "fS'sa" fj 5 11 10 f5 03 4 57 4 8 15 33 fil'4r V 7"ca" 5 7 first to speak. "Do you think ho knows how you feel?" ho nsked sympathetically. "No, nor ho never will unless you some dny believe him worthy of me." "You promlso that?" rellovedly. "I promise, dad." "Will you wait until I seo the governor, Rose? Let us go to seo him nnd ask his opinion of tho matter." "Gladly, and ho will believe in him, I know," said tho girl enthusiastically. Sho heard a step behind her, nnd sho turned. Thero, with his hat in his hand, well proonipd and wearing a well cut suit ftarted, 0 53 f7 03 fit 4'J . LKWISPOKT .... WA1T.MAN. WACKO AIAIK roar n 31 52 37 29 S3 to so Ul H 45 is fTi'7 You are probably awnre that pneu monia always results from n cold, but you never beard of a cold resulting in pneumonia when Clmmberlaln's Cough Remedy wns used. Why take the ritk when this remedy may be hhd for n trlile. lfor sale by nil defers. 713"" is 'si'i'm f7 37 f7 31 7 31 17 40 7 4(1 f7 53 7 53 8 S. 10 35 "8 35"" i's'lOpm 8 40 f3 411 f$ 53 13 57 fl3sT rJ 03 I!) 10 fl) 10 0 13 . fit 24 1 30 43 t 05 1 55 1 3il 10 15 7 40nm 7 40tm DUTCH OWKNHIIOItO.. .. CONWAY 51ATTIMILY... . OKII'TITH .... STANLY NEWMAN Itl'.KI) IlKALS S POTTS VILLI...... MASK KTT HKNDKKSON .. . KVANSVILLK-ST. LOUIH .. . I'ATFtf 8 53 18 40 3 50 f3 35" ' fS S3 fS 10 f8 10 f3 to 13 01 f7 5!l 7 5(1 7 53 7 31 " 10 am fi'oi" '3 i'i f7 7 f7 7 (7 IS 04 "6 55 Yis'iT f6 37 75 33 (I 34 St to 10 3 00 35 ,9 OOptn f3 n f3 07 3 55 3 30 8 SI fo ie il 0 13 rw 5 55pm 31 am "THIS IS TUB FtltRT VICTO'tV DATE Of IlOl'K." lOH THK and his daughter had waited overnight f the In Albany after the Krnutlug pardon to meet the released irln:itr. who was coming to tlie capital for ihe purpose already mentioned. Rose, absolutely positive of her one time rescuer's Innocence, had made n proposal to her father regarding the futuro of Jimmy Valentine. Her father, tall, well built, with beard and brown hair streaked with outcropplngs of gray, smiled Indulgently upon her. tie hnd agreed on her account to place Valentine in n 'good salaried position, but as yet he had doubts as to wheth-i- r ho dared to secure for the exactly tho employment tho girl demanded for him. "Now, sit down and listen, dad," tho girl said, crossing to n sofa. "But, Rose, this is a most desperate and thing to do pick up an put him In n bank," Mr. Lane protested. if he was con"Is he nn victed unjustly?" argued the girl. "Didn't Uncle George say ho was Innocent?" "Not exactly, no said thero was a chance that he might be." "But the governor pardoned him." "Guilty men havo been pardoned." Tho girl would not be gainsaid. "But I want you to give this man n chance, dad a good chance. He risked his Hfo once to save mo from insult." She patted her father's shoulder pleadingly and affectionately. "I know; I know," declared Mr. Lane. "And you must seo him." Rose was becoming fenrful of tho end. "Oh, I'll see him, of course, but to put him to work in tho bank why, Rose, it seems like flying In tho face of Pxovidence." "Dad, doesn't It mean anything to you that I want it done?" Tears began to gather In tho girl's eyes. "Why, of course," relented tho father. "Your mother left you 40 per . cent of tho bank stock, and that alono would mako mo listen did you see tit to oven ask it, but who knows about him, and Bupposo It became known who ho was nnd what ho had done?" "Fvo thought of nil that, and I want you to risk It, nnd my 40 per cent wants you to risk it." "And your heart, Rose?" Tho father's keen eyes searched tho young girl's beautiful face. Roso returned his glance calmly. "Yes," sho cried, rising nnd meeting her father's eyes unflinchingly with her own; "I've known men who thought they wero heroes all my life, who talked of themselves nnd bored me to death. And ono dny from a clear sky, when I was struggling In the arms of a blear eyed bruto who beat mo If I dared move a band, tills man came. "Thero was no blnro of bugles or anything but utter courage. Ho made tho ruffian leave mo. His volco was low. I could scarcely hear what ho said, but there was a noto of command and a threat of death in it, and d tka brute disregarded it, and he him, a beast twice his size. IIo fought silently and killed him. And all my life that man owns mo." Mr. Lane was only half startled at the open declaration of his daughter of ber admiration and gratitude for and sentimental interest in the Jimmy Valentine. Ills trained Intuition had already told him that sIm was tuoro than casually concerned la tho fate of this mystifying young man, whose record was apparently so bad aud whose personality KBd ambitious were certainly Impressive In their good qualities. Truth to tell, Mr, Lane was considerably 4Uturbd at the situation, but he determined to accept, it philosophically for Ute greoeut and to wateb careful-ICjjtf- r mas-twftkt of brown clothes light brown, tho fashionable color thero stood Jimmy Valentine. "Mr. Valentine!" exclaimed tho girl. "Miss Lane, how do you do?" stepping quickly forward, extending his hand. "This Is my father." Sho presented Valentino to Mr. Lane, who welcomed him pleasantly. Further conversation by the three wns Interrupted by tho entrance of Mrs. Mooro and Mrs. Webster, returning from the tea room. Mr. Lane nnd Roso departed to go to tho governor's chnm.ber, and tho two members of tho Gate of Hope society nnd Jimmy Valentino seated themselves. THEIIE STOOD JTMMf VALENTINE willing to accept It we would pay a salary. We agree that your knowledge of the the" "The Inside." suggested Valentine. "Exactly would be a great help to us." "Doubtless." "Then you accept. Mr. Valentine?" "No. ladies." decisively. "You refuse tho position?" "Yes, ladles. In fact, I decllno all your positions." The Gnto of Dope representatives rose nnd assumed expressions of extreme Indignation nt the unexpected renulso and refusal of their well mennt but advised offers. "Ingratitude!" they exclaimed. now, Mr Valentino, concern"And Vnlcntlne. who hnd deprecated their ing your future," began Mrs. Webmisster, "what do you contemplate do- advances because of their evident as trust of "him hi splFo of his pardon, ing?" shown by the nature of the posltlous "Get a position." they had offered him, resolved on a "Wo have nlready arranged that for course of action that would, he you, Mr. Valentine." announced Mrs. thought, dispose of them hnd at the Moore complacently. same time nfford hlra a long craved "That Is very thoughtful, ladles. amusement. Imt- ""No; please do not say that." he "Mrs. Moore did not exactly convey protested elaborately. "No. no. I refuse the positions you offer me betie entire facts," Interjected "Mrs. cause I fear the world- would 111 mlsun-derstnnd- "Whnt do you mean?" asked ono of the indies. "Oh. you see," went on Valentine whimsically. "If I accepted help from "Yes," smiled Valentino "I can Im- you ladles the world might say that agine that would bo u safe place for you er you were In love with me!" ejaculated tho astonished oue uuder suspicion of robbing a bank." The ladles failed to detect the veiled ladles. "Let tho world say what It dare!" note of sarcasm. proclaimed the pedantic little Mrs. "The second." Informed Mrs. Moore, Moore, lifting her chin defiantly. "is as u bookkeeper or checker In n "And so goodby, my dear ladles." scrap Iron yurd." said Valentine, bowing almost to tho "Still under suspicion. I see." comfloor. mented Valentine dryly. With anger In their glance and their "And the third as the first male off- walk, chins and noses pointing almost icer in the Gate of Hope society," Mrs. toward the celling, the two members Webster proudly declaimed. of tho Gate of Hope society stalked "Vest" agreed tho other charity out of the hotel parlor. worker. Jimmy Valentine, chuckling In hl3 queried amusement, sank Into n chair to await "Treasurer?" the significantly. tho return of Miss Lane and her father, "No; secretary!" both tho ladles cried Miss Lane Rose Lane the girl who simultaneously. had saved him from tho horrors of "I hold that honored position now," that "bit of ten" at Sing Sing. How resumed Mrs. Moore, "but wero you benutlful she was. ho murmured. Sho had n heart And she cared something for No. 1289; that was apparent. Just how much did she caro? Just what did Abe caro? If a man lived straight ho might In time win such a girl for his own. Yes; thnt was life. And Jimmy "We have a cholco of three positions for you, Mr. Valentine," went on Mrs. Webster. "One is in u grain levator." "Oh-h-h!- Webster. "No?" " Fossils and Gold. In Alaska the bones nnd often .tho "f" Stops on Signal. Whore no time shown trains ijo NOT stop. entire bodies of extinct nnlmnls, such an the mammoth, the mastodon, tho Trains 145 and 146currv free reclitilmr chlr betwaon Loulsvillp and St. reindeer nnd the bison, nro found most Louis, Pullman Local sleepor betweon Louisville and Evansville. Through Pullabundantly in layers of soil directly man sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. So Intiabove gold bearing grnvcls. No. lJl will stop nt stations west of Clovornort to discharge nassentor.i from mate Is this nssoclntlon between fossil oast of Cloverport, anlinnl reinnlns and auriferous deposNo. 144 will stop at stations cast of Cloverrort to discharcrelDassenpers from its that ono scientist who has explored west of Cloverport. Alaska says fossils servo prospectors as Indexes of the metallic richness of the soil. In ancient times both gold and the bones of animals were deposited at tho bottoms of valleys by action Between trvlngton and Fordsvllle West Bound Hast Bound of rivers and smaller streams, many Df which havo now disappeared; conseClass Second Class l'lrst first Class Second Class quently the appearance of fossils Is, It No- - 7 No. 112 No. 118 No. 6 No. 9 No. 8 No. 10 Is claimed, an almost certain Indication STATIONS gold will be found In the neighPuss. Pass. KrclR't that KrotK't Mlxud Dally Dally 1)iU,y Dally u Only borhood. Tho cabins of many miners Daiv u n n t. are ornamented with huge tusks and 0 45pm 11 lOira Lv.lKVINOTON.Ar lOOOim 4 I5im 11 lOgn 813am lOlOim antlers unearthed In the diggings. W5j 8 30 f 35 10 50 f 3 15 1IASIN SI'UINU . t ( 51 fll i 17 011 New York Tribune. 8 55 S U 12 H 3 52 10 30 s 0 3S OAKKIKLD sll 35 f7 20 o 20 ,r oj f 3 37 10 15 IIAKNKI1 .. .. f II 20 fll 411 s7 S3 l 30 S 8 53 S 3 30 .... JUNCTION S 0 23 sll 49 fl :0 s 8 41) S 3 15 HAKIJINSIIUKO... s 0 17 sll 51 Cures baby's croup. Willie's daily f.7 34 !) 53 s7 41 S 8 30 slSOIpm ... JUNCTION S 2 03 10 10 ... son f7 50 OS 10 13 f 8 30 10 01 f 1 55 -f!2 cuts and bruises, mama's soar throat, f7 57 KIKK f ll 03 10 So f 8 S3 MS 15 f 1 47 .. 0 51 t 8 5)1 MeOUADY grnndma's lameness. Dr. Thomas' I5c 8 10 10 43 S 8 10 813 37 s 1 35 0 43 .. GLEN DKAN ... S 8 45 3 3'1 10 53 Is 1 SS S 8 03 0 30 s 8 30 DKMI'STKU lectic oil the great household remedy. IS 21 f S 00 s 23 0 31 ... KOCKVALK 1100 flS 40 f S 33 18 30 11 10 f 7 54 f 1 17 0 Sll ... VAN. A NT . flS 45 f 3 27 fS 34 11 20 f 7 50 MS 50 f 1 13 23 f 8 21 ASKINS Vsluii of Good Highways. 13 43 f 7 45 M3 til 0 15 f 1 05 .... It 30 OAKS f 8 18 Good roads are the most valuable as- sS 4tf 7 35 V 10 33 1 00 s 00 s s KLLMITCH s 3 I5im 0 05 -- Miuisvir.n.' 73flm 12 5Tpm set n eounl.' can possess. livery farm 8 55pm 11 50 m 3 30 Ar. KAKL'OTON Lv "5 45" within their operation is Inrgely increased in vnlue. The fnrmer Is closet to his markets, his church nnd to tht WRST HAST Between Dempster and Falls of Rouffli. BOUND HOUND city. The conveniences and plensures of country life are enhanced tenfold. Klr-Jljwi Jl'j"' Second Second '''"l Class Class Class cias Class clllss ' Tllls Tlmo Til,lo went 7, 71 Ta 7k 2S 27 When her child ta in danger n woman Sunday, J nut' lutootroct Passenger Passenger 11). 1'JIO. at 11 :5'J ) m Passenger Passenger will risk her liie to protect it. No great Mlied Mixed act of heroism or risk of life is necessary Monday. Dally Dally ,.?Io.udilJs I) lly Dully to protect n child from croup Give Excopl Except STATIONS Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunduy only Only Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and all dancer is avoided. For sale by nil 1 S3 p m 13 3d p m 8 40 a m 12 35 p in 8 35 a m 3 03 p m DE.ll'STEK 1 43 p m 13 5(1 p ui 0 00 a m ... KALL3 Of HOUGH... 8 15 a m 1 48 p m 13 15 p m dealers. Hartford Line ex-so- ex-Su- ex-Su- ex-Sa- -- . 111 M-- J . 1 . . 1) 11 1 t tiaidtadib uWlg XA' "Sir," said the young man as he entered tho library for the purpose of In terviewing tho father of the only girl. "I am In love with your daughter, Have you any objection to my suit?" The old man looked tho y. m. over from head to foot. "I sure have." he replied. "Why. I wouldn't wear a misfit suit like that to a dog fight. Why don't you try somo other tailor?" Chicago News. Didn't Like the Suit. Real Estate Department If you do you ust what you need in this department. Jf you aro interest ed in any of tho following nroDrieties write us at once for ownor'B numo and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at onco telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to tho man who has tho very property you farm or business 't Do may you want to buy a Hnd Nervous Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price. Do You Want to Sell your farm or business? c:Ii yo want cash for your property, send price and description at once Graves In China. and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. Thero are various kinds of graves In This department is conducted solol for tho purpose of onabling China. Tho graves aro dug generally from twelve feet to thirteen feet below buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to mako quick sales Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S are looking tor. CASTORIA "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse. of Carrsvilie, Ky "had I palpitation of the heart. and was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "i am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since taking Cardui." Valentino now had his chnnco to "go Btraight," ho reasoucd. Stranger things hnd happened. Tho girl had revealed already, had she not. that she knew n prison sentence could not kill the good In n man If n single germ of it yet lingered in him? The old life was behind him now. The futuro gleamed Ur'leht nnd beckoned him on. Never ngaln would be tho ground, while, according to nn old custom, tho mounds of the graves of E 54 Take The Woman's Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui. had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would do. If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse. it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? ' Please do. "Jimmy! Jimmy!" A harsh whisper hissed Its way into his ears, Jimmy Valentino started up In amazo. That voice, that whisper! He had not heard It since the night tho Hartford "bulls" had broken up that midnight surprlso party In tho vaults of the Fifth NatJonnl bank. nnrdly believing bis ears, hardly daring to turn, yot he did turn, aud ho HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE saw, crouching half behind ono of tho The Great Toilet Germicide? red velvet portieres of one of tho hotel parlor entrances, the flguro of Red tho You don't havo to pay 60c or ? 1.00 ft! per face nud the brick red hair of Red pint for llstorlan antiseptics or more oxide. You can make 16 pints of a Flanagan, his old time coworker. cleansing, germicidal, healing and UeoJor To be Continued Starters of emperors were thirty feet In height thoso of territorial lords fifteen feet nnd thoso of barons without territories and of lord stewards eight feet, while for Inferior olllclals and common peo plo mounds only four feet In height wero erected. I'ines wore planted or tho tombs of emperors, n species of oak on those of territorial lords, a si clcs of willow on those of barons and lord stowards and olm trees on those of luferlor officials. Although there nro no territorial lords and lord stew arils now In China, men of high rank still have their tombs constructed In accordance with this old custom. o- Jno. acres, 34 miles north of near tlio llruudunburK road. Well watered, plentv of timber for Improvements. Doublo Log house, small staulo. Oood rich land, lino tor lljrluy tobacco. Terms easy, For further lnformu. D. Ilabbugu, Cloverport, ICy. tlon CO Cfl U7 Hard-Insburjr, D. Cabbage. ing; log dwelling, S rooms and sldo room; 3 tobacco bums; 3 tenant housos. food stable;good timber for farm purposes of good land to clear, l'rlco iS.OOO h cash. HOaiTPS, 2mlles from Guston. 3 U1es Irom irvlngtoni well lays well; good young orchard; good timber ; on rural route ; school house fuw yards fro n house i Improvements; good tour room dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two good birns; btrn and tcnent house and cistern back In the Held; meat and hen house; wood sla-d- ; will sellou easy payments; plenty of smitll fruit. 1'urilior particulars address Jno. V. Ilabbago, Cloverport, Ky. watered : .3 70(1 po,ouu S9 ODD l'or 1W acres four mllesjwest of Oluiiduttiio, Smiles from branch railroad; all tresli land; 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres in grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat and tobacco in neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwell l,iuuu farm Containing 250 acres and under fence. A nice cottage ct to rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar with u store room over It, two good stock barnst oue tenant house ; about 500 apple and peach trees, also pe.irs. quinces audaprlcots; most all kinds of small frutts, Including a ntca vlnyurd of choicest grapes; 200 acres cleared, balunco In woods. 1 '.'5 acres In grass ( sovenl groves of blauk locust su indent for posts tc wire th whole farm In. It lies near Kkron on L. 11. ii St. L. It. K. price Is $5,000 oc long and easy payments. a druggUt FOK SALK-- A splendid stand forsurrounded physician lu a good town by good, prosperous farmers. This Is Just the place for some young physician to step Into u good practlco and u good drug business. An olu established physician wants to retire Is tho reason tor soiling, for further particulars address JNO. D. IIAIIIIAQK, Cloverport. Kv. FOU 5 SaLIC-- A 11 Good Roads. lire an evolution from the primary paths made by animals and men. the first roiidumkers did not mako their paths straight certainly, and many road today Is a monument to tho lealem in rondiuukliig of the long ago. Nevertheless it Is said thnt somo nnlwils. the buffalo especially, wero pretty fijlr engineers. They had an eye for tfrado, which cannot bo said of some pf tholr successors. Iu the If hlghwnys west engineers hunting pathways for railroads are said to have largely followed buffalo tttiUfejlreiMiJt . trail. Izlng antiseptic solution with ono 25o box of l'uxtlno, u soluble antlsoptto powder, obtaln&blo at any drug store. Puxtlne destroys germs that causo disease, decay and odors, that is why it ts the best mouth wash and gargle, and why It purifies tho breath, cleanses and preserves the tooth batter than ordinary dentifrices, and In spongo bathing- It com- plately eradicates perspiration and other dlsagreeablo body odors. Every dainty woman appreciates this and its many other toilet and hygfonlo uses. Faxtine la splendid for sore throat. Inflamed eyes and to purify mouth and breth after smoking. You can get Pax-tiToilet Antiseptic at any drug store, price 25a and 60c, or by mall postpaid from The I'axton Toilet Co., Boston, Mas., who will send you a free Mm4e It yeu woul4 like to try It before buying, ne show them and keep after tho porson until you got tho money in your pocket-booIt's tho samo way with everything olso you havo to talk about it before you can soil it and tho best way to bo hoard is through tho homo papor. Put an ad. in tho want column at lea word, an ad. in tho locals at lOo a lino and you will soil that old stovo, that baby buggy or gasolino This can bo dono through k. your tried to HAVE you over soli themsoil to talkold clothes? is about them, way you can The only ori-gin- o. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS PAY ROLLJMHIENSE The American Factory Paid To Employes Last Week Out 1,020 Hogsheads Last Week. NEW RECORD IN REDRYING. Probablyltlio largest weekly payroll in Owensboro by nnyj corporation or concern, was the one paid by the American Tobacco company to its employes for the past week's work. The faotory is at the present time employing between 800 and 000 people who reThe American factory is running at full capacity, every department being filled. It would be very interesting to one to follow a load of the weed to the many departments of this large plant. In the drying house, where work goes on both night and day, It Is necessary to use a shift of men. One thousand nnd twenty hogsheads of tobacco were redried in this department during the past week, amounting to over 1,000,000 This is by far the largest pounds. amount of hogshead tobacco that has ever been redried in one week in ceived the sum of $3,490. incident based upon the application" of tbe "Third Degree." A company of five players will be s en In this sketch. Wvnn and Jennings arc popular mu sical comedy stars who have been seen various successful vaudeville In sketches: Thcv have a humorous con coction called 'JDalTydlls." Miss Irene Uawlcy, "The Manhattan OifV who will olTcr her oualnt fun songs, Is also a recruit from the comic opera field. Baptlste and Franconl will enliven the nrocram with their comedy acrobatic novelty. This team halls from the Polles Berirere. Paris "Lem Put," tlm Euronean slntrlnir clown, will offer a scries of humorous impersonations and imitations of various sounds. i'ai- frcv and Burton are unique- cycling comedians, and new motion pictures will be shown by the Keithoscope. - E AT HOME Cloverport Citizens Gladly Testify And Confidently Recom- mend Doan's Pills. Kidney It Is testimony like tho following that has placed Doan's Kidney Pills so far above competitors, When people right here nt home raise their voice In praise there is no room left for doubt. Read tho public statement of a Cloverport citizen: Price Graham, Railroad St., Cloverport, Ky., says: "I can recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as n remedy that For four lives up to representations. years I suffered from disordered kidneys and the secretions from these organs were too frequent in passage, obliging me to rise several times during the night. Whenever I caught cold it was sure to settlo In my kidneys nnd My greatly aggravate my trouc-leback nched severely and when I stooped I was seized by sharp twinges through my loins. Tho nche in my back nt night greatly disturbed my rest and in the morning I arose feeling lame and sore. I was very nervous, the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and languid. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Fisher's Drug Store, relieved me in a short time uud it required but the contents of four boxes to effect a complete cure. I can state that this cure has proven permanent and it therefore gives me pleasure to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to other person's afflicted in a similar manner." For sale by all dealers. Price 5O cents . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Triplett, of Nebraska, have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs, Lee Lockard for a few days. Prof, Martin delivered a fine addrefS ITEMS. nt Guston on last Saturday night. One of the best entertainments of the season given by the Llternry Society Literary Society Gives Delightful was that one on Jast Friday evening at tho Chapel Hall. The program was Entertainment-Pro- f. Martin splendid and thoroughly enjoyed by all Gives Stag Social In present. These meetings are held and they are very helpful ns Honor Of Mr. Sam well as entertaining nnd they are sure a rare treat for tho people of Irvington. Herndon. Lets see how many can be present nt the next meeting on Friday evening' OTHER PERSONAL NOTES. Feb. 10. RVINGTON'S LATEST BIG REDUCTION IN JEWS DRY GOODS fort-niglit- ly Boots Shoes Around Our Shop The month of January has been a busy and happy one for the Brccken-rldff- e News, especially in our print shop. When press thunders and the electric lights are oglow and ail the machinery In running order, It is joyland! oqo A new engine has been placed in tho office by the Cloverport Foundry A four-hors- e power, and our old friend a fifteen, horse power, is taking a rest. Owensboro. ooo In all probability, the factory will The boj'S have been cleaning up continue to run in full operation all the the shop and Mr. Ben Cozine who is year, excepting a few weeks in the in said to have the cleanest print-shosummer, at which time repairs will be Kentucky, will soon have a rival, made to the plant. Owensboro Enp It almost hurts an engineer's feelings to see the little cnigne run the big press, but It is doing the work O. K. quirer. Notice That resolutions of respect tiro published at 5 cents per line. Please do not send obituaries to the News vithout expecting to this pay for tho publication kind of matter. and a clean With a new looking-glawe have been able to turn out towell, some mighty pretty job work during the last few weeks. ss ooo F. Leibovltz& Sons, of have just had a 10C0 envelopes of the "mall order" linen made. ooo The Bank of Glen Dean sent in an order for 2,000 statements which was Ulled promptly. Ton thousand counter checks were printed in a good style for the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. ooo ooo HARDINSBURG examination Friday and Saturday before Supt. Driskell for graduation from the common school course. Marriage licenses: Lafayette Rob- bins, of Irvington and Matilda C. Hub bard, of Clifton Mills; Walter E. Kess- inger, of Ohio county and Gola May Priest, of Seree; Stephen C. Pullen, of Madudand Vera Tucker of West View; John W. Dunn snd Roxey Sukop, both of Hardinsburg. Ed P. Wallace, a tobacco merchant of Leltchfield was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus D. Shellman enter tained a number of the young folks Monday evening. George T. Peyton left Saturday for Creeley, Colorado after a v'slt to her parents for several weeks. Ves Smith, of Glendeane, Sherill, was in town Friday. Dave Walls went to Louisville last week to visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Trent. Miss Sarah Deane Moorman, of Glen Dean and Guy Springgate, of Custer, are the two students of the eight grade to reach the Honor Roll for the fifth month's work in school here. Jess Walls whose school at Stephens-por- t was closed a week on account of a feared contagion, returned to his ty See Dr. Walker for your dental work. "The hardest thing to keep track of Willie Basham, Gilbert Macy, Mary is time" said Mr. Will Pate, who had Bruington and Emma gray, of Harned, a most cDnvenient time table printed and Guy Springgate, of Custer took the for the Cloverport Foundry. One would be surprised to know how how much printed materials W. B Ashby, of the Highland Nursery, uses. A tew supply of stationery etc., has just been printed for him. Roy J. Cain, of Irvington, had an ooo ooo ooo at- tractive folder entitled, "Burley tobacco from plant bed to market" printed. This he has advertised for sale, work Monday Circuit Court convenes the thirteenof February. Barkesdalu Hamlett, of Hopkinsville is candidate for the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instructions, was in town last week and made a very favorable impression upon all who met hlin. Pinley Miller was in Louisville Friday and Saturday. If the best Is not too good for yoa Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use. Sold by J. II, Gardner th The News had one thousand subTho Toad's Tongue. scription receipts made this month and Tho skillful manner in which n pet the way the circulation is increasing, tond used Its wonderfully formed there is a good prospect for another tongue entitled It to be ranked as nn printing of this form soon. expert. For one thing, It showed ooo wonderful skill In judging distnnces. A. G. Ditto, of West Point; Nolie The tongue was never darted out until u, the insect ennio within a certain range. Ashley, of Glen Dean; George N. of Irvington; Jas. J. Burke & Co., Tho necurncy of the creature's aim and C. W. Aldridge, of Mook had a was another matter for.surprlse. The Insects were generally In motion when supply of excellent stationery printed. tho tongue was darted out against ooo them, but tho arrow never failed to The Lewisport Mill Company sent in hit. Tho rapidity with which the au order for 2,000 statements. tongue was shot forth excited much wonder. Tho operation Is a complex ooo towns have had their annual one. Tho tongue Is doubled or folded The up when printing done; Stephensport had 200 twofold in thoIs mouth. Therefore n required, an uncoilaction warrants printed, Glen Dean 300 town ing of tho weapon nnd then the dartwarrants, and a tax receipt book was ing of It forth. Tho withdrawing of printed for Cloverport. tho tongue with tho captured insect on tho tip was not less remarkable. Notooo rapid always withstanding thotongue motion, the The Two States banks are fineness of tho tip nnd the sending orders for printing matter and m January 1000 enclosure blanks and struggles of tho prey tho victim was never dropped. Exchange. 2000 envelopes were made for them. Lyd-da- ooo Mrs. Hodges, who has been spending the past month with her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Henderson, at Basin Springs, left Inst week for Louisville to spend the remainder of tho winter with her daughter, Mrs. CHarlie Pennington. Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan spent the week end in Louisville with her sister, Miss B. Ada Drury. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kitterman are visiting relatives in New Mlddletown, lud. A Manure Spreader demonstration at Irvington by Irvington Hardwate & Implement Co., Saturday Feb. 4th, lgll. Everybody come. Miss Nellie Smith will entertain her social club on Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. G. Whitllngton, ot Evana-vlllwho has been the guest of Miss Lillian Hazelette, returned home Monday. Mrs. Charlie Hawes and sister, Miss Mildred Hawes were in Louisville last week shopping. Prof. Wm. Martin gave a stag social session on last Monday evening at his Co., Buffalo, New York, home on High street. Mr. Sam Hernsole agents for the United States. don was the guest of honor. Remember the name Doan's and Mrs. S. P. Cooke, of Smith Grove, take no other. arrived Saturday morning to be the guest of Rev. R. F. Adair and Mrs. Chas. Wlgglngton & Co., big poultry Adair. dealers, had 3000 produce blanks made Miss Jessie Brady returned Tuesday and are very convenient for them. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tony McCoy in Louisville. 000 The Pittsburg Coal Company, of Miss Bessie Bentley after spending a Spottsvllle, had a job of special print month in Boonville, Ind., with her paring done. ents returned Friday. 000 Miss Nannie McGehee left last WedJ. C. Emmick, proprietor of Lewis-ponesday for Hopkinsville where she will Eleotric Light Plant, had an order visit her aunt, Mrs. Bailey Waller. of business cards made. Mr. and Mrs. Fonnie Rhodes, ot 000 Professional men and business women Medora, spent Sunday as the guests of are were fully realizing every day the Mr. and Mrs E. F. Alexander. value of high grade printing matter. Mrs. Jno. Kendall and little son, of They are demanding that their station- near Ekron, were visitors of Mr. and ery be the best in design and quality Mrs. Jas. Jarett last week. and are seeking the print shops that Mrs. D. G. Spradlin and daughter, can provide both. The art of printing Mrs. Charlie Chapin, are in Louisville has been mastered in the Breckenrldge this week with Mr. and Mrs. Dennie News print-shoand specimens are Spradlin and Mr. and Mrs. W. Holt. gladly sent on request. Prices and Mrs. Carrie Frakes left Sunday for a samples of printed matter can be had short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie for the asking, and it will be a pleasure Drury, of near Bewleyville. to receive your orders. Mr. A. B. Suter left Sunday for e, Manure Spreader demonstration at Irvington by Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., Saturday Feb. 4th, I9II. Everybody come. If the best is not too good for you, Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use. "A Notions Groceries Canned Goods New Stock Laces, Em- GLEN DEAN. broideries and Linens this week Highest Price for Produce Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Snyder spent Sunday in Fordsville. J. H. HOWARD Mrs. D. B. Clapp and children arrived Saturday from Vernon, If-.UIV1I Mnan Texas, for an indefinite stay with tm filon Ukail, iyy. m her parents, Mr. and Mrs. li. G. Robertson. Mrs. Lon Rogers, of"Lexitifr-ton- , STEPHENSPORT and Miss roily Sutton, of Owensboro, will bo tho week end visitors of Mrs. Paul Snydor. Horace Drury is tho name of the Misses Ella and Annio McGary eleven and one half pound son, who arof McQuncty, were visitors here rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Conner last Wednesday. last week. Dr. Nevitt and family have moved to Mrs. P. E. Dempster is visiting Brandenburg and there is a fine openparents at , her Irvington. Foster-Milbu- rn Mrs. Fred D. Ferry and daughRev. Winchell has bought the Stewter, Annio Murray, are guests of art property on Main street. Misses Nell and Emma Lou MoorMrs. America Bell and children are man and Daisy Deane. visiting in Hardinsburg. W. R. Ilensley was the guest of Mrs. John Adair spent Sunday in friends here Monday night. Hawesville. T. J. Mooro was hero Sunda'. Mr. and Mrs. Laton Elder have re If the best is not too good for you turned from Oklahoma. e, Lewisport Best flour is the flour you The friends here of Mrs. F. L. ought to use. of Dallas, Texas, regret to hear of her breaking her hip. If the best is not too good for you WEBSTER Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you Mrs. Clifton Haddock is on tho ought to use. Mc-Ke- ing here for a doctor. rt sick list. The Bachelor Club regrets very I much to lose two of their most Children. For Infants and popular members, Jesse Hender son and Irl Payne, who loft for The Kind You Have Always Bought California baturday, Jan. 28. Bears the A Manure Spreader demonstration at Irvington by Irvington Hardware & Signature of CASTOR A MCGAVOCK'S Implement Co., Saturday 1011. Everybody come. Feb. 4th, Owenton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brown, of Lewisport, and Miss Ida Waggoner, of Stephens-por- t, were the guests of relatives last week. A Manure Spreader demonstration at Irvington by Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., Saturday Feb. 4th, 1011. Everybody come. Adam Cooper, of Louisville, was a visitor of friends Thursday. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen has returned to Louisville. Mrs. D. C. Moorman left Thursday for Glendeane after a two weeks visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Har-daway, in Bewleyville. Little Miss Louise Herril entertained a number of her little girl friends last Tuesday afternoon at her home on Maple Ave in honor of her seventh birthday. Miss Alta St. Clair entertained the Book Club with a "tacky party" last Friday evening in nonor of her visitor, Miss Mae Watlington. Misses Essie Pavne nnd Ruth Norton were the guests of Miss Nannie Carden Friday night. Miss' Mao Watlington left for Union Star Tuesday to visit her grandmother for several days, after being the guest of Miss Mabel Baudy and Miss Alta St. Clair for tho past week. L. E. Henderson was the guest of Miss Essie Payne Sunday. Miss Vera McGnvock has returned home after visiting friends nt Holt. The Bachelor Club entertained tho old maids to 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening. Some of tho old maids said they would like to know the man that made tho soup. Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor Bandy visited their son, Jnraes Bandy, Monday. Mrs. Henry Ballman is on the sick list. School is progressing nicely.. Mrs. Edward Stow died last week and was buried at Mt. Vernon. She is survived by a husband and one child. Mr. Joy Beatty spent last Sunday with his cousin, Fred Matthews, of Free. The farmers have been busy stripping and delivering tobacco. Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty were in Cloverport Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and'three children, Ernest, Goebel and Helen spent last Sunday with Mr. Willie Knight and family, of near.Patesville. Messrs, Abe Pumphrey and Frank Knight were here from Cloverport Sun day. If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour Is the flour you ought to use. 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