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The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, January 27, 1909. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1909 brc1909012701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, January 27, 1909. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1909 $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. J- IIII u r h P M r r J JJA r J I L 1t 1 4 I k 4i i r b f tII 1 T i tr i i 1 I I A L IIt t L a S r S ran a KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR iooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUND TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED I EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Edited By County Supt Joel H Pile Hardlnsburg Ky Applying for Schools For the accommodation of teachers and school people generally the fol lowing table of trustees Is published Already am I questioned about trustees as the applicant often wishes not only to file application with the secretary but also to let the other members of the Division know of his application I suppose that no teach er wanting a particular school will fall to let the local trustee of that district know of his want Of course he will secure the support of the local trustee if he really expects to be vot ed the school when the Division Board meets I append a few sent ence paragraphs from the school law All applications for positions In schools shall be filed with the Secre tary of the Division Board of the educational division on which the school position is sought A majority of the members of such Division Board shall be necessary to the election of any teacher in any subdistrictThe Board in each educa tional division shall meet for the consideration of applications and the election of teachers on the last Sat urday of June of each year The Division Board may meet on the last Saturday of July and August In each year for the purpose of tilling any vacancies which may exist The Division Board may meet at such other times as the chairman mayI designate County Board of Education This Table will be run several times for the accommodation to teachers Joel H Pile Chairman 1st Division Jesse Whitworh Har dins urg 2nd Division Wm Gilbert Stephens port 3rd Division Joe B Severs Union Star 4th Division H H Hoskinspn Ouster 5th Division Jas O Leslie Mook i Oth Division D C Moorman Glen f deane Secretaries of Divisions v 1st Divislok HarmQnHardinsburg 2nd Division Joe B Smart Clover port 3rd Division Edwin F Egart rooleyI Ule 4th Division David Penlck Custer 5th Division Pete Bennett Buras 6th Division Frank Lyons McQuady Trustees 1 Educationall Division No III Hardinsburg sub 1 Jesse Whitworth Hardinsburg Has charge of HarJJ dins burg colored school also Hendrick sub 2 JF Jolly Hardins burgOakland sub 3 Jas W Miller HarII dirburg Kirk sub 4 G R Mattingly Kirk Weatherfbrds sub 5 Thns ODono 1 ghue Hardmsburg Also has charge of the Robards colored school Harned sub 0 Robert Weatherford Harned Freedom sub 7 Berry Norton Gar field Nortons sub 8 TF Triplett liar dlnsburg i vi Bells sub 9 K Harmon Hi dins burg New Bethel sub 10 D S Miller Hardinsburg A Shellman sub 11 Abe McMeador Hardinsburg Educational Division Np 2 Tauls sub 1 Warfield Hendrlck EAr dinsburg ff- Balltpwn sub 2 Joseph WeJse Mat tinglyHazel Dell sub 3 Logan Hickerson SampleHickory Lick sub 5 J B Jackson Tarfork Plsgah sub 5 WBTaul Mjittlngly Hardens ub 6 NatTaulCloverport Hates Run sub 7J Br Smart GJo verpOrt Also ln charge of Clover port colored school- iJertlmraon Flat sib 8 Albert Oruinj Oloverportr1LQl 9D inZ ttrkrrIa t- tr o II QoI JIII 10Jill 0oEJo II 0JIIIcoi-i JI p ii iiMYSAMPLE LINE OF p 0D NEW WALL PAPER 0 n For the season of 1909 is now ready for your inspection It con osists of the very cheapest to the highest grades of imported goods viz CRINKLED SILKS DAMASKS VELOURS LEATHERETTES Q WALTONSQalso NEW METALICS OAT MEALS and FABRIC EFFECTS Q dodDuplex Ingrains that wont fade SANATAS and SANIo OJTARY TILE the two new washable papers Have thou OJ0 sands of cheaper grades to suit the purse of everyone RUSUo p when everybody wants service at once Begin now as January February and March are the best months to paper when the warm days of Spring come the eggs of the flies and bed bugs which were laid in the Fall will begin to hatch and begin their mission of spread ing disease germs Cover them up air tight and use my disinfecting paste that kills them rrr aoutQ 00 m 1I1iii MilnaIlrI zt Q 0 0 d DO YOU WANT ALABASTINE 0Q I sell it and apply it right Do you want your carpets and curtains cleaned without removing them or do you want your whole house cleaned with the 0- a NEW VACUUM AIR PROCESSw- hich sucks allI the dirt out If so let me know and I will bring samples right to your door 1 1 EDWARD GREGORY 9 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY CLOTHS TO COVER THE CARPETSill illFLOORQj r 10 J II II0i Do o Do QomIcyII L 10 J o Floods sub 10 Wm Gilbert Steph ensportTucker sub II Pete Maysey Stephensport Tarfork sub 12 Dennie Sheeran Tarfork i 4 Sample sub 13 Napoleon Broomfield Sample Stephensport sub 14 Sam H Dix Stephensport Educational Division No 3 Irvington sub 1 J D Ashcraft Ir vington Also in charge of Irvington colored schooll Webster sub 2 C H Claycomb WebsterRaymond ymondI Fryraire sub 4 W 0 Phllpot Fry mire Vessels sub 5 G G Parr Hhodella Mooleyville sub 9 E F Egart Mobleyville Clifton Mills sub 7 Rufus D St Olair Webster Lodiburg sub 8 J E Payne Lodi burgJarrett sub 91 R Burton Mystic Union Star sub 10 J 1i Severs Union Star Shiloh sub 11 John F Biddle Union StarEnglish sub 12 W H Dutschke Ammons Pleasant Valley sub 1301 A Manning Mooleyville Chenanltjsub 14 S E Yates Che nault Educational Division No 4 Custer sub 1 H H Hbskinson CusterBrowns sub 2 Philip Snyder Gar HeldForest Glade sub 3 David Penick CusterGermantown sub 4 Tom Carman Harned 1 High Plains sub 5 Jeff Trent Big lOa SpringCapps sub 0 Peyton Smith Nelft Dranes sub 7 T L Johnson Custer Rosetta sub 8 C H Priest Rosetta Spires sub 0 S A Kasey Rosetta Bewley ville sub 10 W C Jolly Ir vington Also in charge of Bewley vllle colored school Basin Spring sub 11 J B Gibson Irvington x Gross sub 12 Hiram Durlin Gar field Also has charge of Garfield colored school Perrin sub 13 Jas E Bruner Garflcld Garfield sub 14 W T Dowell Gar field Mt Nebo sub 15 J L Grey Custer Educational Division No 5t McDanielg sub 1 FT Rhodes McDaniels Fisher sub 2 Ed Dunn Fisher Antiocb sub 3 Isaiah Pullen Mad ridMt Giliad sub 4 J W Holmes Hardin Springs Little Union 8ub5 F Johnson Hardjn Springs Constantine sub 0 Fletcher Mer cer Constantine Fairfield sub 7 Pete Bennett Buras Buras sub 8 J L Lucas Buras Mook sub 0 J O Leslie Mook West View sub 10 Sam Hennlngs West View Hayes sub 11 E C Williams Scree FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS s 3iytstunS +v ArciFaiHf ti Rys 3 JWlLJJ 6a01irtlrENYfUtusIwlr4AratnCllbtMr1I nLLrI- ilKy la lekU N 1 w ItJI5tpuS k 8 ti at tits lfr arN s aN et1t iI War s F 0 BWUNGS ISIANB jS G Our Special ExpftasRaIOBPJaaI8I8VeILow I We grow thefirstnF ost Proof Plants in 868Qw have over twenty thousand petsas satisfied lotIterilldieSouthyoltrseetiontf moneylr Cave Spring sub 12 J T Henning er Roff Howards sub 13 Ae Glascock McDaniels Coyles sub 14 Henry Tucker Mad rid Hudson sub 15 J mesA Paul Hudson Educational Division No 6 Glendeane sub 1 D C Moorman Glendeane Also has charge of Glendeane colored school Moorman sub 2 F W Bailey K F D 1 Glendeane Morton sub 3 Frank Deane Glen deaneJackson sub 4 Robert Thompson McQuady McQuady snb 5 Frank Lyons Mc Quady Also in charge of McQuady colored school Mattingly sub 0 J R Mattingly Hardinsburg R F D No1 Poplar Run sub 7 J R Critchelow Axtel Sand knob sub 8 W K McClellan AxtelBurtons sub 9 H C Lake Rock vale Sapps sub 10 Wm Clark Askin Askin sub 11 G H Hedden Askin January Graduation The graduation examination will be held in Hardiusburg Friday and Sat urday January 29 and 30 Passing not only gives a diploma and marks something accomplished something done but it qualities for appoint ment to the State Normal and gives admission without examination next fall to the County High School Appointed to State Normal Many of the following ambitious teachers and young people who have requested and received appointment to the State Normal will enter at the opening of the term January20- Eva H Pumphrey Westview Fannie Moore Fisher v Jewell Moore Fisher v Joe Moore Fisher a Louis Bennett Custer Mary Bennett Custer Angie Gibson Irvington Pearl Mays Webster V Beulah Payne Irvington Albert L Osborne Madrid Myrtle Mibier Mook Boone Allen kirk Dave Walls Hardinsburg JMpexAHead Lpdiburg 0 R Storms Fisher Malessa Mattingly Mattingly Rosa Lou Ditto Hardinsburg Rufus McCoy Union Star Read from Library The best selling books for the month of December were The Trail of the Lonesome Pine Lewis Rand Peter Smith The Test ing of Dana Mallory The Red City The Man From Brodneys All these are in the teachers library Non teachers can read hav ing choice of over 900 books for only 1 per year or 25 cents for a term of three months Join us and read the most popular of the latest and th best of the old Any book may b kept one month This Shameful 46 Per Cent SOUTHERN SCHOOL JOURNAL We are in receipt of a letter from Mr J S Dickey of Bowling Green one of the speakers of the whirlwind campaign We earnestly request that replies be sent from the one hundred nineteen counties of the State by the one best qualified to answer the question namely the county superintendent Let all re plies be as brief as possible and sent direct to the olllce of the Southern School Journal The letter follows Mr J ditorI am just out of the educational campaign and I want task this question to be answered by the county superintendents in early issues of the Journal Why is it that only 40 per cent of the white children of school age in Kentucky are enrolled in schools If we can ascertain the cause we may hope to remove It What is it Respectfully J S Dickey 000 The school closes at Tauls tomo- rots A school Improvement League will be organized International Dictionaries Three or fur weeks ago an International Dictionary the latest bearing date of 1908 was promised to the first teacher in each of the six Edu cational Divisions who would raise and send to me one half the prim 425 A surprising response w made and the enthusiasm with whic tIc ofltey was received caused several1 aiortfthan thy promised number to IIbegiven r As the following list shows the Fifth Division has the honor of placing four of the dIctionaries within her borders Here are the teachers who found away sent the money and have had the satisfaction of doing this last work In their districts 1st Division Andrew Drlskill Harned 2nd Ora B Hendrick Holt IrdII Carra HarrisonPoplar Grove II Jasper A HeadRaymond 4th Dave C Walls Custer 5thII E L Mercer Hudson IGuthrio Tucker Howard II IIC L Bruington Westview II Wm L LucasMcDaniels Oth Mary BrownPoplar Run Appointed This Week The last three appointments to the Bowling Green Normal are Misses Belle and Lillle M Jarboe and Zetta Simmons all of Axtel These young ladies accompanied by D B Allen theirformer teacher left Sunday morning for Bowling Green Educational Supplement The Courier Journal issues today an educational supplementthe first in its history So important is this is sue that I have ordered a copy to each trustee and teacher in the county asking that it be read pre served and reread Save The News The News these weeks has articles of permanent value to all who are in terested in the forevergone days of the breezy pioneer days of the Great West Dont fail to rend Buffalo Bill This is history by one who has lived it as it can never be again Save the papers for your school next fall TOO MUCH FACE You feel as if you had one face too many when you have Neuralgia dont you Save the face you may need it but get rid of the Neuralgia by applying BaDads Snow Liniment Finest thing in the world for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by A R Fisher THE SUBTLE FEMALE How She Wheedles and Bullies the Poor Man Creature As woman gradually impressed upon man the futility of strutting around in finery and the necessity of being prac tically useful his garb tins become moro and more sober and workaday in ap pearance Ethnologists tell us that the decorations of primitive man were Intended to fascinate feminine eyes but woman presently began to make It clear that she was not hunting for a fine showy article but something soUl and plain and useful warranted to stand wear and tear As for the or namental role she was going to represent the family herself in that line In fact when one reUects how man has been stripped of gauds and wheedled out of his Ulpperles one by one one cannot help feeling a tender pity for this victim of feminine self aggran dizement Poor timid trembler A vogue general fear of the female sex haunts him Afraid of being married against his will he Is circumvented by some subtle femme creature who makes him think that It Is his will to marry her An observer remarks that n mane very often In running awny from thee right woman runs straight Into the arms of the wrong woman And the wrong woman that grcjgt opportunist Is always waiting there to block his headlong flight and switch It toward the altar New Orleans TimesDemo crat Had dyspepsia or indigestion for leers No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Sitters cured weJ H Walker nbury Ohio A Unique Salad Bowl The shell of the Edam cheese makes n unique bowl for n salad made of celery grape fruit and white grapes A mayonnaise dressing iIQ better with this than the French dressing TIe cheese shell Vrill be found to Impart n delicious flavor to the salad itself Scientific Spanking consists in punishment only when a child is actually had Some mothers think that all crY 1g is bndneps its not When your baby cries look for pins or or some external cause if you cant find them give the baby Whites Cream Ver mifuge as the chances are it is suffering from worms which koep it hungry and takersure in Us action Price 2f cents Sold A R Ftshjr A Laundry Book The clever girl who makes laundry books for presents selects a neat rico paper for the leaves mid cuts the dou ble cover from red paper of a heavy variety then tics tho leaves together with reel baby ribbon Between the leaves ot white paper are blue carbon paper slips so that a duplicate copy launh one that would be MppreeJatwTby any woman who mutt trend a Itet C laun dry to her laBqdrqm aitf k fjp ictae herself C j I 0 IiI 1f 11 n d I r 11 JjfJ S n Jt I I I A 1 4- t f r t t u CH nLw rswM t 11- p attc Mc sarWr aR Jrcy4 p va rt7 AS Y 1 sc4 r iIn fn- J p 1 IiIHV r 1 y i i r f I at t a t 4i4 i4ff- i4r i4v r f A y I It t I 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO ETJIssuedEvery Wednesday L Subscription Price 100 a year in advance I CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charred for at tho rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Mono y In advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please cItify us When ordering a change in tho address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGESa WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1909 1 jMu Tara said in his speech in Augusta Geol gin that all he wants of the Southern people is that they like him 364 days r in the year He does not euro what they do on the 365th day or election day If they acquire the habit of liking him daily it will be quite natural for them to do tho same election day The citizens of Georgia should be proud and grateful for having the opportunity of meeting and entertaining the presidentelect A glimpse of him assures one of the genuine man ho is Plain as an old shoe without egotism and free from that knowitall way is Mr Taft Ho may never carry a big stick and stir up a big pond but Uncle Sam can depend upon him to hold tho bag It will be only a short time until the Southern people and all the people will be liking Mr Taft as they did McKinley A good many people seem excited said Mr Taft about the political effect of my coming into the South and about what I may have said I am not troubled on that score If I can convince the people of the South that this administration is as much concerned for their welfare as for the welfare of the people in every other sec tion of the country I will have accomplished I can hope for Votes and political matters can take caroof themselves Mr Taft threw many bouquets to Augustas beautiful women hospitality and citizenship and rejoiced that fate and circumstances brought him to Georgia Within two days last week three lovedand well known men pass ed triumphantly the seventyfifth mile post of life January the twentysecond Dr U L Newsom celebrated tho seventyseventh an niversary of his birth January the twentythird Mr M Freeman was seventyeight years of ago and tho same day Mr J M Hard away of Bewloyvillo reached his seventysixth year Dr Newsom has resided in this city continuously for the last fiftyeight years and says he expects to be hero ten years longer Mr Ilardaway was in Cloverport Saturday the first time since 1852 Mr Freeman the oldest of the three was born in England and settled hero fiftythree years ago Some timo soon the News will give a more detailed account of the lives of these interesting men Leonard Oelzo has received the appointment as Postmaster of this city to succeed Capt and Mrs J H Rowland who have held the I place for nearly eight years In speaking of the change Mrs Row land smiled arid said I believe no one has ever left the oflico with as many friends as 1 have There may be several who deserve the place as much as Mr Oelze but no man deserves it more than he does Mr Oolzo iis a leading citizen an honest man and he is ably qualified to execute the duties of the oflico What more could bo ask ed of a postmaster Nothing except a letter now and then B F Beard Co wore busy last Monday cleaning up every available space for their great Red Tag sale This feature of the Beards is opening the eyes of the buying public who are flocking too their place of business to take advantage of the many bargains offer ed By their advertising and uptodate methods the Beards are drawing trade from all sections In Louisville Monday night the Scottish Society celebrated the 150th anniversary of the girth of Robert Burns Among those who delivered addresses at the banquet was the Rev Arthur Mather of Hardinsburg Dr Mather is one of the most scholarly men in Kentucky and Breckonridge wag highly honored in having him as a rep Tesentativo on this oocasion t The Kentucky editors are enjoying immensol y The Common wealth of The Louisville Times not because in it they sec their own names in print but particularly for thol pleasure of reading the rfscintillant lines set in by Mr Ed Jonas Tobacco is selling at auction in Owonsboro at 11 1050 1Q 950 9 880 850 750 7 6 5 and 3 for trash Most of the sales reported run in the neighborhood of 8 and 9 Watch the label on your paper and renew in time not to miss a number Wo stop every paper when time expires DONT EXPERIMENT You Will MakeNo Mistake If You Follow This Cloverport Citi zens Advice I Never neglect your kidneys If you have pain in the back urinary disorders dizziness and nervousness its time to act and no time to experiment These are all symptoms of Kid ney trouble ami you should seek a remedy which is known to cure the kidneysDoans Kidney Pills is the remedy to use No need to experiment It has cured many stubborn cases in Clover port Follow the advice of a Clover port citizen and be cured yourself J H Wills Judge of Police Court living on High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitancy in prop nouncing Doans Kidney Pills the best sterling remedy to other persons suffer ing from disordered kidneys It will be pleasure for metp answer any ques tions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time I secured them at Fishers drugs tore For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other GARFIELD Cleveland Brock one of Breckenridge County i most successful teachers went to Bowling Green Monday to enter school there Emit Wood and wife arrived last Sat urday from Bonita Calif He will stay hero some time He says times are good and all the Kentucky boys are do ing well in the West I Mr Chds Sipes vlsited his daughter Mrs Lama Thomas at Irvington last week Amos Wood was in Hardinsburg one day last week- Raymond Dowell of Hardinsburg vis ited his parents hero Sunday Several from here attended the box supper at Harped last Friday night The farmers hall a meeting here last Wednesday to better organize and to lay plans for next We hope tbefarm yearlthaI 1 1 Mrs H B Head of Irvington visited hero last week Miss Miry Snyder has rotnrnod from HardinsburgVerna was in Louisville few days last week Mrs Mnry Legratid is much bettor att this writing The young peoplos meeting at the C P church nrc very interesting The subject Inst Suneay night wascOur Christian Duty v- Mr and Mrs Frank Dowell entertained a number of friends last Sunday in1 honor of thoir guests Mr and Mrs Emit Wood of Bonita Calif EVERY HOTHER is or should be worried when the little ones have u cough or cold It may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia Balnlards Horohound Syrup will ciao tb trouble at once and prevent nay compli cation Sold by A R Fisher Fads For Women An ingenious invention for the house hold is nn article constructed for lift ing hot pots or pans from the stove or for taking utensils out of the oven without the uso of a rag or cloth The panallft ns it is called is made from steel wire and is guaranteed not to bend under the heaviest weight- It adjusts itself to any pan and is a great improvement over the old meth od of using a rag which may or may not be germ laden Then again there is no fear of burning the hands or fingers The dustless duster is something new as a labor saving invention You Just rub the place to bo dusted and the dust Is gone not to another place in the room but into the duster Once absorbed it cannot be shaken out as In the case of the usual dust rug for it must be washed out with warm water and soap This cleansing proc ess however does not destroy the chemical properties of the cloth The duster costs 25 cents and cleans furniture metal glass or wearing ap parel when a lusting is needed- It Is very soft and may take the place of a Pill handkerchief for clean ing purposes Too Greedy Robert Herrick the urllllaut realls tic novelist said at a recent luncheon in Chicago v There is a type of American wife who in her greed for wealth and dis play brings unhapplncss on herselfII She rather reminds me of the fat man and the table dhote dinner This man entered a restaurant that served a dinner at the fixed prig of 75 cents He knotted a napkin about his neck and fell to heavily so beavi ly in fact that the walter after a whispered conversation with the proprietor approached him and said 01 Beg pardon sir but Ill have to charge you a quarter extra You eat so muchThe fat man red and short of breath from his excessive gorging said earnestly For goodness sake dont do that Im nearly dead now from eating 75 cents worth If you make me eat an ther quarter Ill bust FEARED TOTAL LijSS Of HAIR Scalp had been Scaly for Some Time After an Attack of Typhoid Fever his Hair Began to Fall Out by the HandfulNow It is 1 THICKER THAN EVER THANKS TO CUTICURA yeahagoU About was troubled with my head being scaly liko dandruff but heavioralthough I wash my head onco a week always Itnevergave me any trouble such as itching or smart J 1tlccd1 tho hair Butshortly after that Ihad an attack of typhoid fever and I was out of the hospital possibly two months when I first scalpbeingdandruff cure to no effect whatever And I used a quinine preparation quito freely which did no good either Whether it was the effect of tho fever or some scalp disease I dont know but I had actually lost hopo of saving any hair at all I could brush it oft my coat by tho handful It got so bad that I didnt 1 need to comb it any morein fact Icc was afraid to My brother who hadII used tho Cuticura Remedies with satisfaction advised mo to try them After I using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and nearly a box of Cuticura Ointment the change was surprising My scalp is now clear and healthy afJfvtTl bo andII my hair thicker than ovcowhereaa six months ago I had my mind made up to bo bald in a short time I will have a photograph taken later and send youIone William F Steeso 5S12 Broad St Plttsburg Penn May 7 and 21 asI Warm with Cuticura Soap and gentlo anointings with Cuticura Ointment assisted when necessary by Cuti cura Resolvent liquid or pills afford instantrelief in thomostdistressingforma of itching burning scaly crusted hu mors eczemas rashes Inflammations ir ritations and chafings of infancy and childhood permit rest and sleep and cureinremedies taU Reeolveatboo t throughout the world rotter Drue ell Cbem Corp I8c Propr 137 Golumkui Ave norton wrUrne a8ik DJKM CUjk Golden HarvestI Breckenridgen True Stories About the Tabacci Growers Their Works and Splendid Results r NOTES FROM ENTIRE COUNTY From every hillside and hollow and tobacco patch iin Brcckenrldge this season there has come up with the weed more happiness and relief than the tobacco raisers have enjoyed for several years The farmers have hat excellent crops and brought prices that were most pleasing In going over the tobacco fields of this county a representative of The News has gathered the following facts eONE LOAD BRINGS 211 John E Wilson who lives on the Ken Rhodes place near McDaniels raised one of the finest crops of to bacco delivered at Glendeane It was the One Sucker class It will run between 1200 and 1500 pounds He got top prices 9 9 and 3 Mr Wil son delivered one load that brought him 211 He had ten acres and his results show whata progressive young farmer he is RARE PRICES v Dick Davis sold at the Pickett Warehouse Louisville two hogs heads of tobacco one at glO 75 and the other at 21 These are probably the best prices yet received for Breckenrldge Burley J T F Owen superintended the sale and is very proud of It LARGEST CROPS A Davis who lives near Gar field delivered to A A Richardson the largest crop of tobacco that has been sold by any farmer in the county His crop brought him nearly 1200 In speaking of his affairs Mr Davis saidIII have been along some hard lines until now and hail it not been for Mr B F Beard dont see how I could have 500tten over the hard places 1 1 Mr Wilson is now out of debt and has a little ahead MR BEARD TIIEIR FRIEND- A friend in need is a friend in deed and no one has so thoroughly proven this to the tobacco growers as Mr Beard has He helped many of them like he did Mr Davis when dark ness and hard times fell their lot Mr Beard has strong friendships a mong the tobacco men and they have nothing but love and gratitude for him IMMIGRATE TO BRECRENRIDGE R T Cravens of Daviess County has bought the Jas Sr DeJernett and Annie Atwood farms on the HardJns burg and Stephensport rdad 1550 was paid for the DeJennett farm and 1150 for the Atwood place Mr and Mrs Cravens and their four boys will move to their new home this week His sons have been living in Louisville Mr Cravens sold his place of 63 acres in Daviess County six miles from Owensboro at 0065 an acre He says that many Daviess County farmers will sell their farms there and come to Breckenridge where land is cheaper Breckenridge County will be glad to welcome thrifty and competent men like the Cravens VIEW TilE MARKE- TEd Triplett and his nephew Taylor Triplett of Ouster went to Louisville Monday to look over the tobacco market The Tripletts are not only good tobacco growers but are good handlers and have done well this sea son in growing and handling for the market 179550 WORTII OF BURLEY Nelson and Jack Jolly who live near McQuady had ten acres of Burley that brought 179550 Four acres averaged 212 per acre 1350 POUNDS PER ACRE W D Wilson had 3tf acres of One Sucker that produced 1350 pounds per acre It was raised by W D Moor man Deafness Cannot Be Cured local applications as they cannot roach tiro diseased portion of tbo oar There Is only one way to euro deafness and that Is- byy constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an unnamed condition of the mucous lining of too Eustachian Tube When this tuba is inflamed you bavo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed Deafness IK the result and unless tho Inflammation can bo taken out ind this tuba restored to its normal condi tion hearing will bodestroy eil forever nlno C SOS outot ton are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh I that cannot bo cured by naps Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free tfJ CHENEY fir CO1 Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halts Family Illls for constipati- onGLENDEANI Robt Moorman spent Saturday and Sunday at the Falls of Rough Cleve Hendrick of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Molly Moorman Sun day Mrs Hi P Moorman is visiting at the fallli of Rough o p FEARLESS HONEST PREACHER GIVES HIS OPINION OF PEltAn UptoDate Clergyman Describes An UptoDate Household Remedy that lias lied the Test of time and Is Known the World OverfSome preachers are afraid to give an outspoken opinion on any remedy however highly they may esteem it Others aro not afraid One of those who is not afraid is quoted below Read what ho says lie moans ovory word of it If you doubt it writo him a letter enclosing a stamp Ho will toll you what he thinks eCjTPeeler Catarrh of Stomach J T PEELER HondorsonviUo REV 0 writes- I dosiro to mako known for tho bono n tot suffering humanity my experience With Poruna tI was afflicted with catarrh of tho stomach and though I tried many remedies and applied to several doctors it was all in vain Had It not been for Poruna I bollovo I would have been in my grad today ell have every reason to bollovo that Fcrniia is tim greatest remedy for Catarrh known to tho world Therefore I have been and shall continuo to reo oraJiend it to those who aro unwell J M Howard was in Louisville last weekD C Moorman was in Owensboro last week J B Hoskins was in Fordsville ThursdayPate Whittinghill is home from OwensboroMrs Dempster is on the sick list J G DUKES Pastor of the REV Church at Plnolown N 0 writes UMy wife has boon in a very bad state of health for several years and noth ing seemed to do her auy good until sho began to uso Feruna ono month ago Sinco then tho color has returned to her face and she is gaining in flesh ovory day and I bollovo she Is a well woman today u1y little bay ten years old was palo and had but little life Ho began to use Pcruna tho day his mother began Today his facois rosy and ho is out in tho yard running and Jumping with tho rest of the children Throat Trouble Roy H W Tato 020 Lincoln Ave Walnut Hills Cincinnati Ohio writes thatfor several years he lias boon troub led with a peculiar spasmodic affection of tho throat which interfered with his vocation as a preacher Ho took Peru no and his troublu disappeared T J Moore J H Pile and Jno P Haswell were in town Monday Misses Fann and Jewel Moore were here Friday enroute to Bowling Green Mr Mercer of McDaniels was here FridayMrs J C Bolton delightfully enter tained at a Kitchen Shower Thurs day evening in honor of Miss Maude Mattingly Ii MKK KbSK K bSkk d l r rrJtK1SY1r Q K1CbtrbtY K 1R KbSK K ZK S tpl tKN i i iii The Louisville Times i Regular Price 500 a Year V I IIThe Breckenridger AND Neti Both One Year For JI- II to 350 I1i IIThe Louisville Times is the best I Afternoon Paper Printed 1 Anywhere 1 correspondentstIHas the best corps of x perfectlyx o Has the best and fullest market reports democratic in politics but fair to everybody x Send Your Subscription Right Away I If r JIf K to this papernot to the Lo s Times This special low offer uisvilleIIwithdrawn at any time SO GET iiThis rate isgood only for nAIL tions and we cannot accept orders for THE LOUISVILLE TIMES where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes Y papers by the month Two Papers for LesssTh8n the Price of One t+ NN NMUMM1I LIMMI lNt It n Z D t1 Itkr u f I f ft fj j v 4i i t j j h I t ii pTi j V j I 1K I E LftL ft 11 1 1 1 r n vYi t II t 1 I II f j i- z I r i z a El Trr Trr II Y 14 r- rf1 I I RemedyIFOR CATARRHElys IIs quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It clonuses soothes protectstho brand resulting from Catarrh and drives away nOohl in tho Head quickly Restores the Souses of Taste and Smell Full sizo t LiquidOrQamEly Brothers CO Warren Street Now York T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JAN 27 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL 0 T Skillman wns in Louisville last week Mrs Edwin Bell has returned to MemphisJudge Wills has been indisposed several days J F Jnrboe of Stanley has moved to Evansville Ind Miss Rebecca Willis is the guest ofI Mrs James Randell in Louisville Read the announcement of the Childrens Contest in this weeks News Mrs Lucy Younger has been suffering with a severe cold during the last week John and Herbert McGary of Kirk wer guests of Miss Florence Lewis SundayJ Nicholas Ova Gray and Will iam Knott of Garfield spent Sunday in Louisville Mr David Mattingly and little daughter Nell Lewis spent Sunday in OwensboroLadies Journals for February for sale at News office This issue con tains beautiful paper dolls Hovious Behen ticket agent at the passenger depotsuffered a slight injury to his right foot last week Mrs Jacey Simops and little daugh ter Carrie May and Mr W R Polk Tobinsport were here Monday Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray have returned from Hardins burg where they visited relatives Miss Mary Goering and Mr Frank Evelenof Hnwesville have been visit ing Misses Claudie and Carrie Pate Horace Pease of Cincinnati was here last week looking up his relatives in the Dowell family inBreckenridge All members of the Methodist Sunday school and any one who is not a mem ber of any Sunday schooj are asked to bb present atthe services Sunday morn ing By all means use engraved cards They always display better taste than printed cards Send your order for 50 with plate Price 1 at the News OfficeRobert Hennesy formerly of Bedford Ind is at Notre Dame Ind where he has entered the brotherhood of St John at Dujarie Institute and is a teacherOwen Hunter of Glendeano was here Saturday on business and spent Sunday with Miss Ray Heyser Mr Hunter will soon open a general cash store at Glendeane The funeral of Mrs Harriet Gordon Murray who died at the home of her tis toad Mr Logan R Murray in ouisville was held Sunday afternopn frs Murray is survived by her husband ind three childrenMr Gordon Murray New York Misses Anna and Priscil 1 plurrayLightfoot J Miller returned from Cru Mr Miss yesterday He and Mrs 1 rand baby will go to Louisville 0 Scot s Emulsion0 of Cod Liver Oil is the means r of llife and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and childrenWhen w fails it restores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When you lose flesh it brings the plumpness of health When work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright t It is the thin edge ofthe wedge the thick end is food But What is the use of food when you hate it and cant digest it Scoff sEmulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the food that makes you forget your stomach- S d IhU advertisement together with name irfpaptrte which Rappearvyoisr addrew and few cwite to cover tpetMe and we wit tend yes a Ctwlrtc Hdy AUu of the WeiW IcOnJOWMIIIKI tilfeWYIc 0 L this morning where Mr Miller will buy n stock of hardware for his Mississippi itpre nil returning south together from that point Hancock Clarion Harold Murray was the guest of Robert Pierce in Louisville Sunday evening Miss Virginia Hill will arrive home this week from Chicago Mrs Thurman Hook and children of Evansville are guests of Mr arid Mrs S R JJerry No Place Like Home to Us Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed you will please find one dollar for the News dating from Jan 1 09Why dont you folks up there harken to the cordial invitation of Texas to come all ye cold and heavy laden with icecoats and dwell in the land of prom iethe land of sunshine and roses Long before you sea your new spring corn the Magnolia and Cape Jessamine will exhale perfume upon our balmy air rind the mocking birds will sing us to sleep at eventide and greet us first at morn Now perhaps you dont believe thisjust ask the Houston Post Success to the News Mrs A Moseley 1103 Speight St Waco Texas AMUSING THE WEE FOLKI A Lot of Fun Derived From Old Corks and Matches Now that the long dark evenings are with us tho following suggestions for amusing the small members of the hdusehold may bo of assistance to mothers A great deal of fun and amusement may be derived from some old corks and matches for preference those that have been used To begin with some of the corks must be cut up Into little square pieces with a very sharp knife and as a sharp knife is always a dangerous thing lu littler CORE AND MATCH UOHBE hands and as cork is at all times an awkward thing to cut the best plans Is to cut the corks up for use and when a number of little squares have once been cut they can bo used over and over again The matches should be cut Into points at each end when with slight pressure they can be Inserted Into the corks In this way with a little In genuity miniature chairs tables set tees and other articles of furniture may be manufactured- A chair and settee are illustrated made entirely of corks and matches and It is a good plan to cut out small pieces of cardboard and glue them on to the corks for the seats and backs In the other cut a cork and match horse Is shown For the body of the horse a whole cork Is used the head and taU then sketched out on card board and cut out and Inserted into slits cut in the cork A piece oC fine string or cotton will make the reins and four matches and VDBNITDBK MADE WITS OOBKS four little squares of cork form the legs An oval piece of colored paper pasted on the top of the cork repre sents the saddle and completes the horseAll kinds of animalspigs sheep cows etccan be manufactured In this manner Transformation Mr Fred Stone the singing come dian and Mr Eugene Wood the writer met on Broadway recently They stopped for a moment to exchange a few cheerful views when a woman In a particularly notIceablogown passed Simultaneously Wood turncfl to Stone Stone turned to Wood then both turn ed to rubber Everybodys Patchwork Education What the modern child lacks most Iis tho poWer of observation Ho Is satu rated with smatterings of every kind Of knowledge lives a strenuous life and cannot find time for observation and assimilation Madrid Mundo The Last Word She Aud do you believe that a wo man always turns to the last page first when she picks up a baokHeWell I have no reason to doubt It 1 know It is the nature of the fair sox to waist the last word PlckMeUp Sundays Journey Father satin little Rollo what Is meant by a Sabbath days journey I rim afraid my Qnthat1n too many cases It means twice around the Idlf Unks W 8kiflit6 star iq WANTS 11ER- LETTER PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis MinnI was a great sufferer from female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of the system I read so much 6f whatLydia E Plnkhams Veg etable Compound hind done for other suffering women I felt sure it would help me and I must say It did help me wonderfully My pains all left me I grew stronger and within three months I was a perfectly well woman- I want this letter made public to show tho benefit women may derive VegetableCompoundMrs MinneapolisMinnMinnThousands genuineProvotheVegetable Compound which is made ecc usively from roots and herbs women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt tho ability of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to restore their health If you want special advice write to Mrs Pinklmin at Lynn Mas- sSltowllltreatyourleuerasstrictly confidential For 20 years she lias been helping sick women in this way free of Charges Dont besituto write ut once Eating the Pie I remember one ninn from my home town a western senator said recent ly In the good old days before civil service examinations whose dream of earthly attainment was a government place When his party was finally successful he immediately set out for Washington and was on the job long before the 4th of March but there Ir seemed to bo a hitch somewhere All through the spring he was about town By June he was seedy but still ap peared to be game Finally I found him In the gallery of the senate chamber apparently endeavoring to kill timeWell have you given It up I asked trying to be sympathetic Oh I got the Job all right he re plied with a satisfied smile Im working nowSuccess Magazine Uncertain The secretary of one of the college classes at Princeton In sending out each your a list of questions to be an svercd by members of the class In order that the results may be duly tabulated and set forth In the university annual Is said always to Include In his list this question Are you en gaged It would seem that one of the memo hers was cursed with doubt In this respect for In the blank space given over to the query mentioned be made his return as follows liDo not know Am awaiting letter Harpers Magazine A Wrap For a Doll If you want to make something now and attractive for the big best doll which every little girl has and carries on Important occasions fashion her tbeIwith silk or satin They fall loose from shoulders to hem of the skirt and have a gathered hood at the neck which Is lined to match the cloak This will be a new touch to the dolls wardrobe Do not tie the cloak In front with ribbon but with two tiny frogs and then it will look very much like the real thing BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000Safe Sound and Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones andwe appro crate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVBJ PORT KY 0- rI p r j Warits1FO- RKENT A furnished room In n resl1 convenient to business town and depot Apply in tile Now otllct COU KENT Two splendid rooms In tho1 News building MUluible for u small busi flossFUI SALE Scholarship in Howling Green Mottling Green Ky lircck enrldgo News HEATER nnd cooker combined stove for1 sale ut News offic- eFOIiSALEOno pair hay horse mutes years old broke to work Match L O Johnson Oloverport Farm WantedA Wish to hemquickly OWNERS Kl who will sell UIIIKOT TO nUYEKS Igood farm of any size In any locn Hy Not particular about locution OWNERS only need answer who aro wllllne to dose their own deal direct with DUYElt without paylnj any com mission to anyone I um no agent and accept no commission I wish to connect mv HUNiMiKis ay iibvrns with OWNERS so they can buy direct und save paying a fancy price to some toIWriteI lowest NY L UR priceII m E jOJ YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co rL 1C4 PUBLICSALE On W N Pates farm one milo East of Mattingly on Saturday January 30 1909 There will be a public sale of I 48Ibuggy some feed TermsCash note with securityW PATE- Mattingly Ky L l i P 8rM aN I I WINTER EVENINGS IIThe Time and to GamesI Enjoy IIWE HAVE NOW THE FOLLOWING TITLE HOUSE OF MIRTH ST ELMO THE RIGHT OF WAY THE FIGHTING CHANCE WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER CAPTAIN OF THE KANSAS THE MIDNIGHT GUEST THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES THE GENTLE MAN FROM INDIANA ALLADDIN OF LONDON AT THE MERCY OF TIBERIUS INFELICE FOR LOVE OR CROWN WHISPERING SMITH THE 1f I fiPAULAND OTHER STORIES A GOOD LOT OF FLINCH ROOK ETC DOMINOES I ARCHARENA BABY SEWING KIT ETC GAMESII IIJ C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KYaa nltfINDJIl r 1IIIPt FURS WANTED FURS I We want especially Skunk Mink Raccoon Fox Opossum Otter and Muskrats Ship your produce to us Highest market prices paid for Hides Wool Tallow Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and Exporters No commission charged prompt returns Agents for largest tanneries In America I5EVEUENCE Any Dunk or Merchant In Louisville or ask your neighbors whoshlp to us Shipping tugs and prices on application Try us with a shipment Established IF88 ISAAC ROSENBAUM SONS 321323 E Market St Louisville Ky In shipping to the above firm or writing to them acnilon this L tr pnJlrJ EiJ it The Carlsbad of America I IIFrench Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of I theI I Southern Railway I Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm J tilIII Tell City 725am 2 22 pmITroy 7 35 a m 2 32 Arrive French Lick10 20 am 5 45 pm ffm Arrive West BadenI0 30am 5 55 pm If- tij Daily Except Sunday S r ROUND TRIP KATESLIMIT 30 DAYS f11 m Evansville to French Llck3 16 To West Baden3 20 Sig Rockport It 2 52 2 56 CanneltonIt It 2 72 2 76 it Tell CityII 2 60 2 64 ITroyIt It 2 44It 2 48 Ind1Ii JF wS J T i iBmD I fSJI 1rJ In r Statement of Condition of Tho R r Bank of Hardmsburg and Trust Company I Of Hardinsburg KY at thej dose of business December 3ltI 1908 I I Resources Notes and Bills itt 28805775 Cash in Safe 1788125 j Cash In other Banks 2888357 I Stocks and Bonds405136Ban- king House and Lot180000 jp Other Real Estate 13679 IWJfurniture and Fixtures 40000 TotaLJ4121 072f- mD WI LiabilitiesiiL Capital Stock Paid In 5000000 Surplus and Undevided Profits 1090 1 81W Dividend No 37 3 per cent150000 Amount due W Depositorsr80841I JAt J I rnm J 1 f to Very respecttullyM H Beard Cashier 4 0 0 u r A 4 I L j IW a i Id l il i N1I N1c t 1 1r 1A 14u 1r 1 I 4I 1 4 1t t r J r I 1i i CJ iii I I c 5ji j J i I t r J LH1t I Wv x Vt U C l0U F J- j W an a ifI Ct I i iC fJrJ Q Ix + rII t I If r I t fE 1 Ff1r i ii a JIac S Ii i i It- I r IOWAS fiNE ROAUS How a Sand Highway Was Im proved With Clay ECONOMY OF DIRT ROADS Why a Council Bluffs Man Advocates Them In Place of th3 Macadam The Building and Improvement of Hill Roads Iowa has 102443 miles of highway Of these 1453 miles are gravel roads and 241 miles arc stone roads Ascvi dence of the fact that the citizens of this great state are becoming aroused to the Importance of highway Im provement the state legislature of 1004 passed a law making the state college a highway commission They realized that such nn act would Increase the Vnlue nf the farm lands of the state Would Improve the condition of the merchants as well as the farmers and would thus work for the benefit of all classes of society There Is probably Do Influence which Is more potent In the development of the state than that of tho good roads It brings the farm er nearer to town It Increases the prosperity of tho merchant and Im proves the social condition among ru lclasses S3ince tlcnactmentjf this law four good roads conventions pnjj schools J ye been held Elie first two met at rimes tho 1btat Councilvpluffs and the fourth jit Walcrtdo AU10 to 15 Inclusive At each sessfotilt wasltift purpose to supplement the program With practical demonstration work inland building says H E Colby In Farm and Fireside At Waterloo about half a mile of sand road was Improved This work was done by cutting down n hill in the vicinity of the stretch that vas being Improved and carrying soil which contained n portion of clay to the sand road Hero It was thoroughly mixed with the sand thus combining the good effects of both and eliminating so far as pos sible the bad qualities of both W L Spoon of the good roads de partment of Washington was In charge of the work lie was also upon the program and In his address he spoke W the sand road as being the only one which runs upblll both ways Sand I heads the list of bad roads Wherever a thoroughly good dirt rggd Is ex atm ueil1t win be found to contain at least a portion of sand and a portion of ciay No mutter how closely the sand may be packed there are spaces be tween the pralns that cannot be filled Tho proper substance wit jyhch to fill tuese voids Is clay If the twfl jJcmcnts are not naturally mixed the only thing to do is to bring them to gether and mix them mechanically by plowing and harrowing This should be done while the sand and clay are wet In fact they can hardly be too Wet to be thoroughly worked together If the road Is sandy the clay should be drawn on If It Is clay the sand should be mixed with the mud Fol lowing up the building of such a good road with persistent dragging will make almost an ideal highway Between Council Bluffs and Omaha there is a stretch of road three miles long Over this 110 wagons on the average pass every day Each carries a load of five tons or more This Is a dirt road and Is kept In fine condition at a thoroughly economical figure Its builder Colonel W V Baker of Coun ell Bluffs spoke upon the building and maintenance of a dirt road He would Advocate this In place of macadam be cause the dirt road can be built for a great deal less than macadam and It can be maintained at from 1 to 14 percent of the expense necessary for maintaining a macadam road By the use of the road drag Mr Baker showed that It would be possible to reduce the toad tax at least 50 per cent within six yearsThe building and Improvement of kill roads were discussed by Mr Dye He showed how by the use of the plow nd split log drill the processes of nature might be used to Improve the hill toad flis idea was plow a furrow at each aide of tbo bill and carrfU soil toward the middle of the road He would not have a crown on a hill road but ho would simply have It so drained that the water would not wash In the middle Eac rain would hay S enaency toctdntbe surface of- the road carrying the soil from the top 2U chllLjo the dls ttTibBytrlEutlng this by the use Tt la possible to materially reduce the grade In the hilly country each year As an evidence of the practical work in Mr Dyes system he maintained thirtysix miles of road In a hilly sec tion of the state with an appropriation of 380 a j ar It was necessary to ask for a little donated labor but that was a decidedly minor matter Curtis mil the state highway engineer of Missouri spoke upon the building of stone roads He said that it was necessary to consider the hardness the toughness and the cementing value of stone In selecting It for lie purpose of road building The gravel1 which Is commonly dug from the gravel bank contains enough limo to provide the cementing qualities If a roller cannot be afforded it is advisable to spread this gravel as evenly as possible and let the traffic pack It He would not recommend dumping the gravel a load at a time because In so doing certain spots of the road become packdnndtbo surface of the road bas a wavy contour CArolessn i The weedy highway marks a care ier road 41 Mrt r BASKET FOR CLOTHES IOf Great Assistance to Women Wh Are Their Own Laundresses An excellent device that would be of great assistance to the housewife 1fc the combined clothes and clothespin receptacle shown In the Illustration Ordinarily the wet clothes are carried from the wdshtub to tho yard In an MOLDS CLOTHES AND CLOTHESPINS ordinary wicker basket for attachment to the cloth sUne The dripping wa ter collects lu the bottom of thp bns ket soon rotting and destroying It The basket shown hero Is made of gal vanized wire to prevent rusting The mesh being wide the water from the wet clothes readily drains off At one end Is receptacio the or IsecureltI Le supported at some convenient iiclnt These straps are also used to carry the receptacle r Dont let the baby suffer from eczema sores or any itching of the skin Doans Ointment gives instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for children All druggists sell it METHODS OF CLEANING Making Windows Mirrors and Unsightly Floors Look Well To clean windows and mirrors tie up some finely powdered whiting in r small piece of muslin nnd dab it over the glass thoroughly Tho Dirtier the glass Is the more whiting it vh1ltake up Now smear It smoothly with damp rag nnd when perfectly dry rut it off with a lather If alcohol is user instead of water the whiting will dry ImnclJ stime and the sinss r5 cclve a higher polish The corners ol the panes should receive particular at tendon They are often left dirty spoiling the whole appearance of the windowIOW It ao old floor shows unsightly cracks the following treatment will render it more sightly Make a thin solution of glue and add to every four quarts a tablespoonful of alum Steep in the solution newspapers torn into shreds Press this mixture into the cracks while still warm and it will br found that this homemade paploi macho will eventually become as Karl as wood The floor may now be paint ed or stained If the boards are unspot ted In case a dark stain or paint Is t be used add a little coloring matter t the glue A great many housekeepers are troubled with the loss of polish from their mahogany furniture particularly the piano over witch a thick greasy sub stance seems to settle The best way to remedy this Is to wash quickly r small piece at a time with lukewarm water in which a little pure white soap has been dissolved Rinse wit clear water of the same temperature dry with u soft flannel and polish with the grain of the wood by using n sot piece of chamois skin Only In excep tlonally bad cases is it necessary t apply a furniture polish and then care must be taken to get a reliable furni ture dressing otherwise the dellcatt finish may bo ruined From the standpoint of comfort cork carpet is decidedly the thing for thy bathroom or dressing room It 1 warm to the feet and Is easy to clean Oilcloth should be avoided In bath rooms because it Is so cold to walk uponThe supplies in the bathroom are no less Important than those ot the hitch on jifdes Ste Got water bags 1JJr- and little ammonia collodion lime water and sweet oil a 1 per cent solu tion of carbolic acid a box of absorbent cotton and a roll of bandages should be kept tiJ nnfltWlth these deady for Use nn accident sum cbnii a burn or cut may easily bo treated and pain spared the victim The acid solution is useful In all cases of injury because of its cleansing qualities If a cut Is to bo treated the wound should first be washed In clear water and then dipped In the solution After this paint it with collodion The latter stops the bleeding and serves as a varnish to prevent the entrance of dirt SEEDSFresh GufirintetiiaPJcaso Eveiy P ardencr cod j FlatireUoulU lliHI roperl rftiolOitNorthern Urown Seed saxclat OFFER FOR ij CENTSI COLLECTIONi1 ptr friiMM Radlik tar 1 plf BIMiruwUf blerr M I per Early 1rteLead r MiM 11 JIIJJi11l iTooWritpKklnt and rtttlrt baaborfauac Cnltuttica to Ittbr with out N ar and Iiytrvidfr rtEap QAe GKKAT NOKT1IKKX SKKD Oil 1361 Iollh 1 1dJtct Itlnol J SAVE THIS Put It In Some Safe Place For It May Come In Handy Some I Day Here is a simple homemade mixture as given by an eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makes the statement that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease Ho states that such symptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night painful and disorder ed urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe Try it Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime- A well known druggist here In town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mix ture has a peculiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism by forc ing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and system all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription Foul or Fair Weather Small Wallace accepted an Invita tion to a party as follows Dear LouisI wilt come to your party If It dont rain then thinking that he might have to stay at homo In that case and It It does Delinea tor CAUSE OF MUDDY ROADS Value of Good Drainage and Idea Curvature For Fine Highways The following sectional drawings made by J D Sherwood president of the Spokane County Good Roads club Illustrate the cause of Spokanes mud dy streets and country roads Fig 1 shows tho Ideal curvature the highest point of which is eight inches above the level of the curbs indicated by the dotted line andclghteen Inches above tbtFcr A glance shows That the crown Is raised sufficiently high to afford good drainage to the lttcra hl rce Is the chief factor ota good road In Fig 2 the dotted line shows the curve that Is followed by the city of Spokane the highest point being only two inches above the level of the s CAUSE OF SPOKANE MUDDX STREETS I curbs making the street too fiat for good drainage The ragged line shows the result of a years wear The earth sloughs off to the sides and a depres sion occurs In the center creating the muddy conditions Fig 3 shows the familiar hump left after laying water or gas mains which further prevents drainage to the gut terse In Fig 4 the black line shows the Ideal curvature of the government pcclflcations affording the best pos sible drainage representative of the United States government who lectured at Spokane on this subject remarked that In building roadways the three Important points to bear in mind were First provide for good drainage second provide for good drainage and third provide for good drainage FELL FROM SCAF FOLD AND INJURED HIS BACK Thirty years ago James C Lee of 1100 oth St S E Washington D C fell from a scaffold and seriously injur ed his back In telling about it he says liMy suffering was terrible from the small of my back all around my stomach was just as if I had been beaten with a club I tried all kinds of plasters bel ladonna capcine and porous without getting relief and bought socalled electric belts but none of them did me any good One day while working near my daughters house my back pained me so badly that I had to quit I went into the house and lay down for ease My daughter had a bottle of Sloans Lini ment in the house and she rubbed my back well with it and gave me some to take home I used six and a half bottles of Sloans 25c Liniment and can do as much work now as any man in the shop although I am sixtyseven years old I would npt be without Sloans Liniment for any consideration and recommend it to anyone suffering nainI v I 11 J I The Bank of Hardinsburg and stc ell ny1 i B F BEARD PresidentI MJ II BEARD cashier PAUL COMPTON t Assistant Cashier f Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS Eskridgo WJBeard Richardson Kinchcloo Roboitson Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay D DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDi i i i i i i IF YOU ARE AFARMER YOU NEED f The American Farm Review andi i Digest of the AgriculturalPress r = It contains tho cream of everything published in every other farm paper l countryD been seeking o It employes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper liiiBelievingj that the wideawake and up todato farmer will appreciate such a publication O =j as The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for the benefit of our readers contracted j with the publisher for a limited number of yearly subscriptions The AMERICAN FARM Elli REVIEW to be offered in connection with a new or renewal subscription to this newspaper D OFFEREllilto For 100 we will send the Breckenridge News and H The American Farm Review one year J Bse d your orders to The Breckenridge News KentuckyBDDDDOJDDDDDODDDDDITITIODD Girl Invents Fruit Punch Helen Taft daughter of the president elect is the Inventor of a fruit punch for tennis parties and other in formal outdoor affairs that Is said to be one of the most delectable of drinks She guarded the recipe jealously through the last summer but shortly before she went to Bryn Mawr confided it to a friend with the usual result Hundreds of young girls now arc In possession of the one time se cret and its safe to say that by next summer the punch will be made by half the young wom n In American society prepare it boll together for five minutes a pint of water a pound of sugar and the chopped rind of a lemon Strain the fluid and slice two bananas into it while it Is hot Add a grated pineapple and a quarter pound of stoned cherries Then squeeze the juice pf pix lemons into the bowl shortly before serving But that isnt all for a block of Ice must be placed the bowl and two quarts of spdo water poured over it before the fruit mixture is put in Slice a dozen big strawberries and drop them Into the bowl Burring vigorously The result is said to be a drink fit for goddesses to say nothing of schoolgirls Dr Miles AntiPain Fill stop pain in Just a few minutes Sola by druggists everywhere 25 doies 2So not sold In bulk I For the Homa Nur e By using the method hero described mistakes in the time for giving medi cine are avoided and the memory is relieved of all care and anxiety Cut a circle of cardboard large enough to extend over the edge of a tumbler Mark the disk to Imitate the hours on the face of a clock half and qUilt A MEDI01NB DIAL ter hours may also be used and cut notches around opposite the hour marks Tlo a knot In a cord pass it up through the center of tie disk and attach a heavy ring or button to tbe other end If medicine was given at 8 oclock for Instance and should be given agate in an hour move Ute cord w Petc t t 1- r I I WrlO Ir CONDENSED STATEMENT OF I THE FARMERS BANK Of Hardinsburg Ky to Secretary of at the close of business Dec 1908 I ResourcesL- oans and Discounts 589UQ15 Stocks and Bonds Cash and due from Bks I11I8 183 Banking House and Lot 150000 Furniture and Fixtures 87500I Overdrafts 52059 + 1986WJ57 Stock Total The atatomont IRespectfullyI John Shawct hrS 2 err uu Ay W H BOWMER President A B Cashier V if L VlcoPrcflIdentCD CHAS SKitLMAN AssVCasMer Old Relia- bleBRLCKINRIDGI1MNK 1872 and in every way and protected by very latest equipment paid time deposits and small 11 A Real Tumble- rI saw goblet today made of bonePshaw saw a tumbler made of flesh and blood last night WhereAt in circus Of noise alone Is born the inward teiseofisilence and actlpn alone the knowledge of true love l1taitk MacDanidrs O- u G D S Dr A M C V B F Beard to To in all State 31 520000 liabilities Capital 1500000 i Surplus 475000 Profits 612 Deposits 88861a r J 1086175 above is B T n v BKILLUAN LIOHTFOOT The Organized Capital Surplus 5200000 Insured tho Interest on Business great solicited w I a I from springs i inward ne r j Morris Undivided axativeIespecially for the children It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar It cures the cold by throughitslaxative timeitnothlag Subscribe for the NewJ I rr 0oa k II rr jlA r Ity 1 1cdia 4 t ii4b11i t p I t 1- r it 4 so r I t o r r i i J 1 t HSCr 1 l s lt N N RISTIC AND USEFUL Jaws Tempt the Modern Connoisseur In Ancient Furnishings PECIMENS IN RARE DESIGNS i Lyre Shape of the Louis XVI Period laid to Be Work of French Ebenlste Jean Demontreull Charming Italian Renaissance Pattern Bellows aro details of old tImo fur nishing which somewhat curiously seem to have escaped the attention of many writers on the furniture of the past and to meet with comparatively slight esteem among tho generality of modern connoisseurs and yet If one begins to take up the subject It Is byno means lacking In Interest r One reason for its being apparently neglected may possibly be found in the fact that bellows of the olden time wore such Indispensable and constant ly used members of the family household goods that very few have sur bygoneusefulness the great the bellows blower was a ronvcrnizcd functionary whoso duties ttdlng to Jolnvllle probably In 111led looking after the turnspit dogs In their revolving wheel cage And It was not only In the kitchen that the cervices of tho bellows were called Into requisition for the log fires of the ban noting hall and the guest chamber Equally demanded their ministrations- d the honor iu which they were held before the days of coal fires is suffl jlcntly Indicated by tho lavish decora tion that was frequently bestowed pon them A finely finished pair of lecorated bellows of the middle ages n T FllENCH AND DUTCH FJUUODS will often be found to be worthily rep ijpentatlvo of the furniture style of its erlod Preeminently was this the case In Italy when in the exuberant art of the renaissance the great inns ters themselves did not begrudge thcl abors even on tile adornment of such h comparatively humble detail of do njestle plenishing Some of the most exquisite pieces of carved walnut iwood furniture belonging to the Ital ian quatero cento and cinque cento periods are the bellows a pair of Which with wondrously elaborate Venetian carving fetched at the fa jjmbus sale of the Magnlac collection In 2892 no less a sum than 2300 Experts abroad often make rare ads a few of which are here repro aced Distinctively renaissance In iharacter the Italian typo pictured Is if walnut wood carved and gilt with ozzle of copper richly chiseled Thd rout Js surmounted by a mascherou t human mask which forms the audio Following tho curve at each sidg is a grotesque malo torso term lI QII 101 Jm Q TWO 0 El PAPERS ONE ppYEAR FOR 11 0 250 These Bad Pains which live you such exquisite suffering every month are caused u you know by tamale trouble Relief seldom or never cornel of Itself It II necessary to cure tko cause IIorder to stop the paint and this can only be dose If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly oa the womanly organs WINE OF CARDUIWOMANS i Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs H C Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve mo at times Now I am so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when it ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeptTheChattanooga Tenn E 33 natlng IIi scrolls and In the center n winged amorlno beneath a garland of fruit The handle on the reverse side Is formed by a beautiful female head crowned and draped and the central ornament consists of n grotesque mas cheron Its open mouth forming the wind hole Scallop shells scrolls and draperies surround It after the style of the period which Incorporated Cu pids and grotesques scrolls and flow ers draperies and masks In a wealth of decoration Those of Venetian or Igln are charmingly Interesting French bellows of tho seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were often of great beauty A lovely little pair is purely Louis Seize In character with I Its severely simple ornament In tulip wood Inlaid on carved mahogany Claiming to be the work of the maitre cbentstc Jean Demontreull It is a de parture from the traditional form sug gestlng a lyre shape which Is empha sized by the lines of the Inlay taking tho direction of the strings To bear out the resemblance the nozzle is well 0 ITALIAN DESIGNS subordinated being made as short as purlI SUGGESTED BY CHILDREN Origin of the Argand Lamp and the Telescope Some of our most useful mechanical appliances owe their existence to the ingenuity of children in fashioning their playthings Argand who In vented a lamp with a wick fitted Into a hollow cylinder was obe day busy In his workroom Sitting before the burning lamp his little brother was amusing himself by placing a bottom less oil flask over different articles Suddenly he placed It upon the flame of the lamp which Instantly shot up the long circular neck of tho flask with Increased brilliancy Argand did not allow such n suggestive occur rence to escape him Tho Idea of the lamp chimney almost Immediately came Into his head and In u short time his invention was perfected Tho telescope owes Its origin to a similar occurrence The children of a Dutch spectacle maker happened to be playing one day with some of their fathers glasses In front of the shop door Placing two of the glasses to gether they peeped through them and were exceedingly astonished to see the weathercock of the neighboring steeple brought within n short distance of their eyes They were naturally puzzled and called their father to see the strange sight When the spec tacle maker looked through the glasses he was no less surprised than the children had been He went indoors and thought the matter over mId then the Idea occurred to him that ho might construct a curious new toy which would give people a good deal of amusement Not long after the tele scope was nn accomplished fact A Horrible Holdup About ten years ago my brother was lIheM upsn his work health and hap piness by what was believe1 to be hope less Consumption write W R Lips comb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He isa well man today Its quick to relieve nnd the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis LaGrippe Asthma and all bronchial affections sOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Ignorant but Careful Ignorance nearly always makes fools of us said a lecturer I re member a man ignorant of etiquette who once sat beside me at a public dinner I noticed that this man as soon as ho was seated took up one by one the knives at the right of his plate and began to try their edges on his thumb A waiter behind him leaned forward and said in a hurt tone The knives are all sharp sir The point Is said my neighbor Im looking for a blunt one Last time I attended a banquet here I cut my mouth The Meanest Man in Town is the one who always wears a frown is cross and disagreeable and is short and sharp in his answers Nine cases out of ten its not the p tor follows fault tts his liver and digestion that make him feel so miserable be cant help being disagreeable Are you in danger of getting in that condition Then start at once taking Ballards Herbine for liverthe safe sure and reliable lour regulator Sold by A R Fisher I Hundreds of our readers take a city daily paper as well as ours in order to keep fully abreast of the news of the world There is no better daily paper at any price tab had m the State of Kentucky tnan THE LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD It is a clean fam ily sheet allowing no objootignablo advertising any kind to bo published It hits the finest local news service of tiny daily paper in the State It has the Associated Preys telegraphic news of the world it has amusing pictures from its own cartoonist every day splendid hlllfI Price year News Price Total CoIf subscription is at ouroffico not later than January 80 1909 Positively nor ubscriptibn will be acceptedat than regular price if received in envelope postmarked later than January 80 Send U S or express money order bank draft or currency in registered Subscriptions to either paper may be new or renewal date one year from Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In a by are out of older or trouble has for a child to be afflicted weak kidneys If child urin ates too If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to l the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first should be towards the treatment of men are made miserable kidney and bladder trouble l by druggists fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have sample bottle mall neys born with the often step with tee also pamphlet tell nome of sr npnoot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Jt Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th1 upon wore nottin An Easy Job Indifference displayed In the face of the uncertainties and dangers of life Is characterise of the Wessex dweller In the Islands of the tnle according to Eleanor G Hayden the author of the book of the title who supports her statement with u story of humorous turnA certain cottage and Its old mistress had Improved so greatly In comfort and appearance that a visitor shrewdly surmised that the son of the hqu c a lazy neer do well had turned over a new leaf lie Inquired it Yes sir my sons In work now said the smiling old mother Tales good money he docs too All he has to do Is to go twice a day to the circus and put his head In the lions mouth The rest of the time he has to himself Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house of goods good will etc about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right Into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky r Advice to Smokers Here are a number of donts for smokers some of which no doubt will surprise Ql good many men Dont smoke directly after a meal There is the most irresistible craving to smoke but it Is wiser to walt a half hour or an hour Dont smoke out of doors In a high wind or In cold frosty weather In the former case it is dan gerous and In the latter It cracks the lips and prevents proper breathing Dont smoke with the cigar or pipe held at the corner of the mouth This excites the secretion of more saliva than when the cigar or pipe Is held straight In front And above all dont get in the bad of expectorating frequently when smoking It is quite unnecessary and merely a hob it and harmful St Louis PostDJs patch The 3 a The Sf 4 received less letter and will soondisappear diseasedKidney prevllentthat wllhbedwettlng unpleasanttrouble thekidneyssupposeWomen remedyTheofSwampRoot Swamptoot about stock yearPost habit Louisville Daily Herald Regular I Regular STUNTED OAKS Miniature Trees That Are Grown IInI China Bowls In the window of a florist stood some quaint china bowls In each of which grew u treenot a shrub but a full sized tree dating back many years Yes replied the florist to tile writers Inquiry they are real treesoaks maples and beech trees We get them from Japan where tile secret of how to rear them Is known only to a few They are raised from seeds or special ly selected cuttings which are watch ed and tended with that marvelous patience Inherent In the eastern races Fifty years may pass before the tree Is considered salable During this pe riod the plant Is trained and its nat ural tendencies subjugated to the will of the rearer The gardener prunes and trims and rears and directs with what Carlyle called genius an Infi nite capacity for taking pains A way ward twig may be bound up for two or three years to Insure Its correct growth Periodically tho tree Is re potted Each time this happens the roots are carefully examined and use less fiber cut away Everything Is done to concentrate the life of the tree In the smallest possible space And in time after years of labor the plant loses its ability to send out long lusty shoots and becomes a delightful miniature of Its larger brethren Montreal Standard Dont Oct a Divorce- A western judge granted a divorce on account ofgilltemper nnd bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented It They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds banish head aches conquer chills 25c at Severs Drug Co Not Infectious- I used to be very much afraid that my children while playing with others would be exposed to some contagious disease and they were constantly ou the lookout for trouble of this kind Ono day little Louise aged four came rushing In from the street wuer she had been playing with a crowd of children Ja u very excited manner she burst out Well mother two of the Meyers children have something but sister says she dont think well catch it though Well what ts It darling I asked Its the pigeon toes she replied Dellcnator Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain hot Burns Scnlds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions 01 Sores Boils Ulcers Felqus best Pile cure made Relief is instant 25c nt Severs Drug Co- How Pike Kill Perch From careful observation t am sat- Isfied that pike kill their prey before swallowing them and they do this by holding whatever fish they have se cured crossways In their powerful jaws for some time before bolting It 1 once watched a pike hold a perch In this way for twenty minutes and then he moved oft out of sight but from five to ten minutes Is the usual time W n Armistead In Trout Waters Management and AngUngI Constipation causes headachenausea I dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicken weakfii OOl1n1IIi Regulets act gently and cures constipa ton is cents Ask your druggist We Buy FURSHides Weol I 101 OOOOOOCI BRECKINRIDGE NEWS bargain Subscription Offer 0 Feather Tallow Beeswax Cliuenr Golden SeaIYdow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealers esublutied in 1856Our laifa ceatuiy in LouunUe aDd can do better for you than agent or eommuaon merchant Reference any flank in LouimDe Writ for treeUr price litt Lad ship hg tall AleSabel dc Sons 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY THE NiGERIAN BABY Water Soaked Inside and Outside at the Morning Toilet Matrons of the west may be Inter ested to hear the details of the Nige rian native babys morning toilet Anything over three months old Is no longer a baby to the native mater famlllas and is bathed with tho other children generally a numerous brood In the chill morning air before sunrise The little mite yells lustily while tho cold water Is splashed over Its brown body and generally continues the cho rus when put aside to dry Towels do not form part of the household equip ment The bathing process finished the Infants are subjected to a sort of water cure treatment The mother seizes a child scoops up a handful of water and using her thumb as a kind of spout squirts It with extraordinary dexterity Into the youngsters mouth and down Its throat Protests In tho shape of loud gurgles horrible chok Ings nnd desperate struggling are quite unheeded The steady stream of wa ter continues to pour down the chills throat until the mothers prnHled touch on till pitlents distended scam ach tells her thnt the limit of raiciHty has been reached All babies are submitted to this treatment which Is be lieved to have a most strengthening effect London Standard President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Home at Macon Qn who writesilWe have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicino for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids di gestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up this pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for femaie complaints Only sOc at Severs Drug Co- Molasses Candy dTake half a gallon of West India molasses cue pound of sugar and a quarter of a pound of butter Doll for three hours and just be fore the candy Is done add the junco of a lemon Try some by cooling It on a plate to see If It Is sufficiently stiff Pull as for sugar candy for half an hourA little vinegar on tho bands will make the taffy crisp It should be n light yellow color when pulled Rules For Invitations They must be answered as soon as recehedThe of the Invitation must be followed In the answer It is not necessary to repeat the entire wording of the Invitation Small note paper should be used with oblong envelopes It Is usually best to give a reason for declining It Is necessary when the Invitation is for a dinner luncheon or small supper =0 I iloooTWO Q o PAPERS ONE yQ YEAR FOR QJ 250 n u I IGOOD ONLY UNTIL JANUARY 30 1909 ldJ U Breckenridge tone pictures showing local and world events and a fearless independent editorial page al I ways fair and interesting oven to those who differ politically with the editorialopinin The regular price of the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail and the regular price of our n paper is 1 a year by mail By a special arrangement we are able to make the wonderful U offer of 0n lUJ80th= 8 a January 80 1909 or one year from the date at which present subscriptions expire If you n bave paid up your subscription for our paper you may semj2 for subscription to Tho Herald U alone SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW i OJ F KENTUCKYin n = OTLi01Q01cr0I1111I r01i0 JII t 0I1I QOI QOD1I CIOI x0611 QOI 11cI0I U CLOD X0I1ls29l2J 0 J I I Ij- a ta I 4 a hN ak i ih tr ant4 r a L tr of 1 r- j I j j i t n rIry tl t e V- u Ii- ii to r A I r I Ni For Monday February 1st We Announce an Extraordinary Sale of American Printing Companys Printed Fabrics AT this particular sale we will show in the neighborhood of two hundred different styles and such beautiful styles as they are One would scarcely believe it possible to produce such attractive patterns and colors combination on goods at such a low price The beauty of the goods alone however is not the only consideration The colors are absolutely fasta feature that has made the American I I I C i a Yard Ei i MN AAkaA1Ml uAr MAEl11RMa J I g a for you for be at I I = PICKED AND THERE Over 3000 Eggs t Mrs Holt 310 dozens of eggs the year 1908 there were thirty hens in her yard Can any one send the News a better report than this 000 James Witt the leading of Hardinsburg is a fine He is up a good trade and reputation for quick and work in one day he nailed on 30 horse 20 of these were nailed on in four hours 8 were steeled toed and 4 were frost nailed This is a record and Mr Witt wants to if I Us When in of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline WorkTin Electrical Wo carry a full lino of Plumbers Mill Sup The best Finishes Oils Gasoline Give Us I a Always I i Machine I j Printing Companys printed fabrics famous the country over While all the styles are sively pretty the entirely new Foulard the dotted pongee effect are without question the handsomest designs ever shown in kind of goods and the beautiful dresses and cos tumes can be made from them is remarkable Of course the assortment comprises many of the patterns in navy reds and greys While everyone uses the American Printing Companys printed fabrics for house dresses wrappers childrens dresses etc the improvement in the elaboration of designs make it possible for to be in making dressy dressesthe kind one would ordinarily make much more expensive materials 1 to of U to West shoes know and Our February Furniture Starts on Monday Feb The Sale that you anywhere from to per cent on High Grade Furniture I Then Our After Inventory Clearance SaleIg gWhich Involves Every Department in the Commences Monday February 1909 gTheonce sale saving commends itself every woman and man within reaching distance this store Goods that now want and will want months come offered gift like prices II 330336 Market StI ILOUIsvIlle Kentucky I 1 aIoVAtAI UP HERE Taylor Dowellof gathered during poultry BlackSmiths Attention blacksmith doing building prompt Recently breaker Dont Forget need Boat and work Supplies plies Paints Floor Greases Wastes Your Order Once Customer OneI Cloverport impres silk and this that also more staple blues most vast made them used from Annual Sale also 1 Saves 10 50 House year that opportunities will business Foundry Co any man has beat it or can beat it If so let him know by writing The News 000A- ssociation Program The fifth Sunday meeting of the Breckenridge Association will convene Friday January 29 at 2 p m in the Glendeane Baptist church Program is asfollowsDevotional ServicoJ F Winchell Organizationj B Herndon 1 The Baptist of The Past And PresentJ Duggins 2 The Pastors Relation to Other Pastors in AssociationJ J Willett 3liThe FalthJ F Winchell 4 Christian UnionE B English f Pastors Duty to his Association Through his Church or Churches J-T Lewis 6 Our Sunday School Work in As sociation J B Herndon Mission Board will meet at 1 oclock Saturday January 30th Let all the churches be well represented Come and help us make this a great meeting J Duggins E B English J T Lewis Committee 000 Judge Durelfe Judge George Durelle U S District- Attorney e and former Appellate Judg- from the Louisville District has entere very largely into the business of breed Ing thoroughbred Collie Dogs Judge Durelle has always been a great admir somII A great many people have kidney an 9 bladder trouble mainly due to neglect of the occasional pains in the back slight rheumatic pains urinary dis orders etc Delay in such cases i d dangerous Take DeWitts Kidney an weakIing and antiseptic and act prompt dDont fail to get DeWitts Kidney an Bladder Pills Accept no substitut- Regular size 50C Soldjby all druggists PROF DEAN LEAVES S E Dean professor of the colored graded school in this city will leave soon to enter upon a university course He says the colored school work this term has been most grati fying to him and his splendid assistant Edith Adams The children have JPN5INCORPORATED I r attended regularity Supt Pile was here Friday the last day and deliver ed an excellent address to the child ren Notice in Banktuptcy In tho District Court of tho United States for tho Western District of Kentucky Owens boro division In bankruptcy nnankruptD 1909 on considering the petition of tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 14th day of January A D il09 it Is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon tho same on the 13th day ot February AV 1809 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Iy In said district at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as prac publishedonepaper printed In said district and that all known creditors and other persons In interestmay appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not bo granted EvansJudjoatOwensborotho 18th day of January A D 190 A OIiONALhClerkM E DUNN Deputy Clerk IIENPERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first andl third Tuesdays via L H St L MEMORIAL Peasef y e spiridt of our beloved sister took its departure to join that innumerable host which noI man can number of whom it is said tribulae tions and have washed their rotes and made them white in the blood of the lamb And while the world was eels bra therrveifbad been removed and she beheld him face to fries fromda e worthy recognition both In secular and religious spheres The subject of this sketch Mrs Matilda Helm Milner the Lowrdy andein the Morning of Life gave her heart to God adjoined the Methodist Episcopal Church South of which denomination her parents were active and honored members and through all the changing years she found comfort in the knowledge that Jesus washer Savior She was married March 28 1860 toI Dr William Milner a man eminent in his profession whose charities were broad and without ostentation Around his memory we love to linger and 6ca tAWWJ possible Ir219 Fourth Avenue ww I IJI D ASH CRAFTSuccessor to Ashcraft 61 Ashcraft Wishes to thank the patrons of the old firm for their patronage solicit their trade for the future andgUl1rnnteeimplementsyouknowcallwhenRespectfully J DASHCRAFT In order to close up the business of the old firm we wish all parties know ing them selves indebted to it to call settle at once ASHCRAFT ASKCRAFT IJMIIWCAWt fl1JiJl H Deli nOORMAN Attorney at Law- 1IARDINSBURO KY theCourtscountLicensetopractlceCourtsOffice many shall rise up and call him bless ed To this union wote born six child ren five of whom survive perents They are Helm Euart William Lowry James Thomas Lewis Pope and Ma tilda Clyde These honored and beloved parents hive gone hence They no more go in and out before their children yet the sacred influence will be cherish ed in their hearts and be an inspiration to their lives On the banks beyond the River We meet no more to sever In the bright the bright forever In the summer land of song iff A FRIUND Louisville Jan 2100 Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal headitmembrane that lines the air passages It is made to overcome the disease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive mercuryinsubstitute for Elys Cream Balm All byElyMorrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky W W I 7 J I S i Louisville Kentucky 1W and and their shall o iDi Mules For Sale I Will for the next fifteen days offer a few special mules suitable for farm use at special low prices We are crowded for room in our stables and must get rid oJ of some of our stock This will be agood chance for farmerswho want good mules to start in on spring work to get themI At low prices For further particulars come and see us or write i t I C VICT ROBERTSON HARDINSBURG KY Never can toll when you youll mash a finger or suffer II cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thrfmas Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly curM the wound = DR W M CASPER- DENTIST J At Olpverport every Wednesday and h11rS vday at Dr Llghtfeotfl Office h y 1 J i i t i 1 G r r t 1a 1I G r I tc- ii i 1 F 1- p 1 r tl q ij i j iA