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The American Factory Paid To Employes Last Week $8,-490--Turncd 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 Am erican Tobacco company to its em ployes for the past week's work. The faotory is at the present time employ ing between 800 and 000 people who re ceived the sum of $3,490. The 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 pounds. This is by far the largest amount of hogshead tobacco that has ever been redried in one week in Owensboro. In all probability, the factory will continue to run in full operation all the year, excepting a few weeks in the summer, at which time repairs will be made to the plant. Owensboro En quirer. Notice That resolutions of respect tiro published at 5 cents per line. Please do not send obituaries to the News vithout expecting to pay for tho publication this kind of matter. HARDINSBURG See Dr. Walker for your dental work. Willie Basham, Gilbert Macy, Mary Bruington and Emma gray, of Harned, and Guy Springgate, of Custer took the examination Friday and Saturday be fore 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, ex-Depvty 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 port was closed a week on account of a feared contagion, returned to his work Monday Circuit Court convenes the thirteen th of February. Barkesdalu Hamlett, of Hopkinsville is candidate for the Democratic nomin ation for Superintendent of Public In structions, was in town last week and made a very favorable impression upon all who met hlin. Pinley Miller was in Louisville Fri day 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 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTORI A B. F. Keith's Mary Anderson. "The Top O' the World Dancers" with the original "collie ballet," which was the feature extraordinary of the musical comedy of that same name, have been secured as the headline at traction of the new vaudeville bill at B. P. Keith's Mary Anderson Theater, Louisville, starting with Sunday mati nee, Februarv fith. This act Is hailed as one of 'the most pretentious dancing ensembles ever seen on the stage. The "colllo ballet" consists of six thorough bred Scotch shepherd dogs, There and the twelve ntmblo and comely dancers will present "Kris Krlngle's Dream," a musical comedy divertUcment that will please both old and young alike. An extra attraction on the bill will be "The Police Inspector," a dramatic 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 In various successful vaudeville 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. Around Our Shop The month of January has been a busy and happy one for the Brccken rldffe 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! o q o A new engine has been placed in tho office by the Cloverport Foundry A four-horse power, and our old friend a fifteen, horse power, is taking a rest. It almost hurts an engineer's feelings to see the little cnigne run the big press, but It is doing the work O. K. ooo The boj'S have been cleaning up the shop and Mr. Ben Cozine who is said to have the cleanest print-shop in Kentucky, will soon have a rival, ooo With a new looking-glass and a clean towell, we have been able to turn out some mighty pretty job work during the last few weeks. ooo F. Leibovltz& Sons, of L-wisport, 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. ooo Ton thousand counter checks were printed in a good style for the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. ooo "The hardest thing to keep track of is time" said Mr. Will Pate, who had a most cDnvenient time table printed for the Cloverport Foundry. ooo 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. ooo Roy J. Cain, of Irvington, had an at tractive folder entitled, "Burley tobac co from plant bed to market" printed. This he has advertised for sale, ooo The News had one thousand sub scription receipts made this month and the way the circulation is increasing, there is a good prospect for another printing of this form soon. ooo A. G. Ditto, of West Point; Nolie Ashley, of Glen Dean; George N. Lyd dau, of Irvington; Jas. J. Burke & Co., and C. W. Aldridge, of Mook had a supply of excellent stationery printed. ooo The Lewisport Mill Company sent in au order for 2,000 statements. ooo The towns have had their annual printing done; Stephensport had 200 warrants printed, Glen Dean 300 town warrants, and a tax receipt book was printed for Cloverport. ooo The Two States banks are always sending orders for printing matter and m January 1000 enclosure blanks and 2000 envelopes were made for them. OUR COUNTRY A FARMER'S ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE Every word written for the Farmer and the Farmer's wife and Children fTft C fil TXTTTDV is Pubsned at Louisville, Ky., and is edited by a practical farmer if II 1 LjwIJIiIIVI who has studied country problems, home comforts, feeding cattle, to help the Send Subscription to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. E AT HOME Cloverport Citizens Gladly Testi fy And Confidently Recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills. 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., Clover port, Ky., says: "I can recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as n remedy that lives up to representations. For four years I suffered from disordered kid neys 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 greatly aggravate my trouc-le. My back 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 lan guid. 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 com plete 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 Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Chas. Wlgglngton & Co., big poultry dealers, had 3000 produce blanks made and are very convenient for them. 000 The Pittsburg Coal Company, of Spottsvllle, had a job of special print ing done. 000 J. C. Emmick, proprietor of Lewis port Eleotric Light Plant, had an order of business cards made. 000 Professional men and business women are were fully realizing every day the value of high grade printing matter. They are demanding that their station ery be the best in design and quality and are seeking the print shops that can provide both. The art of printing has been mastered in the Breckenrldge News print-shop and specimens are gladly sent on request. Prices and samples of printed matter can be had for the asking, and it will be a pleasure to receive your orders. Tho Toad's Tongue. Tho skillful manner in which n pet tond used Its wonderfully formed tongue entitled It to be ranked as nn expert. For one thing, It showed wonderful skill In judging distnnces. The tongue was never darted out until the insect ennio within a certain range. Tho necurncy of the creature's aim was another matter for.surprlse. The Insects were generally In motion when tho tongue was darted out against them, but tho arrow never failed to hit. Tho rapidity with which the tongue was shot forth excited much wonder. Tho operation Is a complex one. Tho tongue Is doubled or folded up when in tho mouth. Therefore n twofold action Is required, an uncoil ing of tho weapon nnd then the dart ing of It forth. Tho withdrawing of tho tongue with tho captured insect on tho tip was not less remarkable. Not withstanding tho rapid motion, the fineness of tho tongue tip nnd the struggles of tho prey tho victim was never dropped. Exchange. farmers of this country to think for themselves and to learn to understand their soils and live stock and make more out of them RVINGTON'S LATEST JEWS ITEMS. Literary Society Gives Delightful Entertainment-Prof. Martin Gives Stag Social In Honor Of Mr. Sam Herndon. OTHER PERSONAL NOTES. Mrs. Hodges, who has been spend ing 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 vllle, who has been the guest of Miss Lillian Hazelette, returned home Mon day. 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 home on High street. Mr. Sam Hern don was the guest of honor. Mrs. S. P. Cooke, of Smith Grove, arrived Saturday morning to be the guest of Rev. R. F. Adair and Mrs. Adair. Miss Jessie Brady returned Tuesday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tony McCoy in Louisville. Miss Bessie Bentley after spending a month in Boonville, Ind., with her par ents returned Friday. Miss Nannie McGehee left last Wed nesday for Hopkinsville where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. Bailey Waller. Mr. and Mrs. Fonnie Rhodes, ot Medora, spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs E. F. Alexander. Mrs. Jno. Kendall and little son, of near Ekron, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jarett last week. Mrs. D. G. Spradlin and daughter, Mrs. Charlie Chapin, are in Louisville this week with Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Spradlin and Mr. and Mrs. W. Holt. Mrs. Carrie Frakes left Sunday for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Drury, of near Bewleyville. Mr. A. B. Suter left Sunday for Owenton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brown, of Lewisport, and Miss Ida Waggoner, of Stephens port, 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. raising hogs, poultry and field read ana study ana r 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 nt Guston on last Saturday night. One of the best entertainments of the season given by the Llternry Society was that one on Jast Friday evening at tho Chapel Hall. The program was splendid and thoroughly enjoyed by all present. These meetings are held fort niglitly and they are very helpful ns well as entertaining nnd they are sure a rare treat for tho people of Irvington. Lets see how many can be present nt the next meeting on Friday evening' Feb. 10. "A 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. GLEN DEAN. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Snyder spent Sunday in Fordsville. Mrs. D. B. Clapp and children arrived Saturday from Vernon, Texas, for an indefinite stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. li. G. Robertson. Mrs. Lon Rogers, of"Lexitifr ton, and Miss roily Sutton, of Owensboro, will bo tho week end visitors of Mrs. Paul Snydor. Misses Ella and Annio McGary of McQuncty, were visitors here last week. Mrs. P. E. Dempster is visiting her parents at Irvington. Mrs. Fred D. Ferry and daugh ter, Annio Murray, are guests of Misses Nell and Emma Lou Moor man and Daisy Deane. W. R. Ilensley was the guest of friends here Monday night. T. J. Mooro was hero Sunda'. If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use. WEBSTER Mrs. Clifton Haddock is on tho sick list. The Bachelor Club regrets very much to lose two of their most popular members, Jesse Hender son and Irl Payne, who loft for California baturday, Jan. 28. A Manure Spreader demonstration at Irvington by Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., Saturday Feb. 4th, 1011. Everybody come. 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 Ma bel 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 re turned 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. visited their son, Monday. Taylor Bandy Jnraes Bandy, crops. The object of the T . . Krii.H Aril. Ilcr 1 IIVV f-' W1 One BIG REDUCTION IN DRY GOODS Boots Shoes Notions Groceries Canned Goods New Stock Laces, Em broideries and Linens this week Highest Price for Produce J. H. HOWARD filon Mnan If-., tm UIV1I Ukail, iyy. m STEPHENSPORT Horace Drury is tho name of the eleven and one half pound son, who ar rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Conner last Wednesday. Dr. Nevitt and family have moved to Brandenburg and there is a fine open ing here for a doctor. Rev. Winchell has bought the Stew art property on Main street. Mrs. America Bell and children are visiting in Hardinsburg. Mrs. John Adair spent Sunday in Hawesville. Mr. and Mrs. Laton Elder have re turned from Oklahoma. The friends here of Mrs. F. L. Mc Kee, of Dallas, Texas, regret to hear of her breaking her hip. If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of MCGAVOCK'S 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 stripp ing 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. Subscribe this very day : - : magazine is I Cfll 1 VWI Dollar for Both'