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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I 7 I Hs 1 1 i1 I1E41D OF THE PLANTERS HALL HERD Orange Km 30422163 is the 2500 pound Orange Blossom Polled Du hum hull at the hOld of thventers Hall Herd of Polled 1 Durham an horthorn Cattle owned by W R Moorman Son Glondeano Ky Thislmll is pre of tho best of this breed of cattle having won the Polled Durlmli Championship at Iowa StauNIfair in 1905 and at 1 Kcntpxlty State Fair in both 1907 and 1UOS He sired the junior champion bull and heifer at Ohio Indian i Kentuotcymd Iowa State Fatfin 1906 and junior champion bull calf at Kentucky and Tennessee State Fairs in 190708 besides numerous other winners iI v i STILT WALKING I I In Some Parts of France It Is an Ab NocccsitytIn some parts of the world partic ularly In the low districts of France stilt walklpg Is n necessity In Gas cony there are great level plains coy ered with stunted bushes of dry heath These waste lands have a soil I that Is so permeable so soft and yield Ing that the slightest fall of rain makes them practically Impassable by i pedestrianismii at all seasons by the poor people of nccordingSS people and men women and children may be seen at all seasons of the year stuck upon high stilts trudging through the waste lands carrying bits kets bundles and the like The stilts used are about five feet long and often 1 longer I The shepherds of Landes nil go Ion f stilts The shepherd is provided with manyIpurposes At the proper place In the staff Is a flap wbtehanjtkes n SSSfe fortablc seat when turned down SMI i quidtwatches his flock and while he sits f up there he knits or spins with a dish i tart thrust in his girdle The Landes stilt walker can do riiar velous things with theso five foot leg I I extensions He can run with n speed I that will tax n horse pick up n pebble or pluck a flower as the cowboy r reaches to the earth from his pony and he can drop to the ground level nnd regain the perpendicular as quickly as n boy can turn a handspring Chicago News V d Never can tell when youll mash a or suffer t cut bruise burn or J3e pr pared Dr Thomas Oil instantly relives the pain cures the wound ITITfinger A Bitter Retort you think he asked that you learn to love me dont know she answered 1 but if I wore a man Id hate ngo that RecordHerald I was an acquired taste I NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All newspapers of any con sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occur Editor IInstructive InterestingI CORRECT ENGLISH How to Use it I al- A Monthly Magazine Devoted to ft mtho use of English JOSEPHINE RCtf BAKER Editor k j i Y rPARTIAL CONTENTS I I r 1 w I The CorroctWord Queries and Answers Sbftll and Will Should M r l and Would How to Us Them A i I fa Dictiong w J l thel1Imtt jGrammarjttlon i l 1jStudi AGENTS WANTED ff- r 1 t lacar Sond lOc for Samplp Copy t TC1 1m i Please mention paper fulfilli1li1t 1j 3Yi lh7 l 11 e IGOOD ROADS IN SWEDEN Every Landowner Must Keep His Sec tion of Highways Improved- G Zcrgklrst of Climax Springs Mo who Is especially interested In tl Kansas City Stars light for good roads says Perhaps It would be interest to know how the roads 1 Sweden are maintained There a three classes of roads there highways village roads and private roads Tli highways run between county seat and the grades are limited to 3t per cent The village roads cannot be IInI excess of a 4 per cent grade The cost of building Is divided among the lan I owners according to acreage wheth it Is government land or is owned h private citizens except where one own er has an extremely costly road to build along his land In that case In gets due allowance In distance for tho cost of construction No village roadc can be opened until It is built to the proper grade As to maintenance every landown er must keep his section of the ron properly improved Itbe doss not a government fns ne Qr orderarltheL I1 q l m UB mQ i 11 the landowner falls to pay tho cost the government tithes n sufficient annou of hits personal property and sells it to satisfy the Judgment Every man must maintain his ow roads in that country under govern ment supervision Ono provision of the government law In Sweden also Is that the driver is not allowed to ride up th hills on a loaded wagon If It is neee- nary to use a whip on his horse DeWitts Lithe Early Risers the fam ous little liver pills small gentle and sure Sold by ll druggists t Failure ofa College Education Well observed old man PottsI mybyYt to see him through Yale and I aint through yet It shorely makes me soro to think of the money Im was t in on a boy who aint got as mud tsense now as he had before he wen to college Whats the matter father nskcd Mrs Potts Mebbe youre a little bard ron Bill No I aint Mary answered the old man Just to show you n little while ago I says to him I thinks iit was going to rain tomorrow What fool answer dyo suppose ho made me 7 Im sure I dont know father rdonIInrprsWceldy Had oV psi all indigestion for years No ppet e nd what I did ca distressed me terfjJfy Burdock Blood Bitters cured me J H Walker Suni bury Ohio Had to Bow toCustom The late King Oscar of Sweden was the least conventional of tnonarchs but he had to courtesy to custom set ertheless The king and M Bonnier t the botanist mot as strangers while out In search of flowers near Stockholm They were soon the best off friends and Bonnier suggested lunch at his Inn- Come home with me Instead saidI the other When the way led to the palace gates Bonnier hesitated Im sorry said his companion but I happen to be the king of tilts country anti this la the only place where I can entertain my friends CASTOR IIA For Infant and Children he Kind You Aw Always Bought Bears theII Slpature of IE6 s Scottish Caution s Certainly the cautious Scot spirit pervaded the opinions of the Scottish architect who wns called upon toerect a building In England upon the long lease system so common with Angli 1Ccan proprietors but quite new to our proposalof DOnyereno oak It it thousand Nine hundred sllpplusBut of all the cautious and careful answers we ever heard of was one given by a carpenter to an old lady In workingIand the anecdote Is well authenticat ered She had offered him a dram and- y asked him whether ho would have It then or wait till his work was done Indeed taco he said theres been esic n power o sudden deaths lately that Ill Just tak itnownemlnls cences of Dean Ramsay eczeniaaL Ointment gl s it1sta1t relief cures quickly Perfectji spfo for chtlilren All suself iIit tSpaniodl Tate In Rspcfi3 The librarian selected si heel cull Ynlle1t1t1WlIl you give this to thit lUg man waiting tit the deskl T she sold to an assistant Ie la a Sparlsh student k irnlig to rend Kngllsh laid I think tithis will suit him That sounds like a very unpromis ing subject for a student In English to tackle a friedl remarked It would he uninteresting to anybody but a Spanish student said the librarian hut the Spaniards run to farming literature When training be ginners in English of any other na tionality something sprightly In the way of fiction or travel usually Is roe oinmended But not to the Spaniard Nine times out of ten It Is a work on agriculture that he will make the best progress InNew York Press tChlldn n Cry FOR FLET E- RSCAS1YORIAI FurlI Professional You siy lies n professional nuts Yes answered Miss Cayenne doubtfully One of the kind who hang out a sign Back In an Hour and leave it there the year through Washington Star The Whole World For Good Roads The motor car naturally suggested the good road and all the world has ttnkel1 up the building of good roads in response to the suggestion It is n new idea with us in California but It is growing like the weeds by the road side these warm damp spring days The single county of Los Angeles iis getting busy to spend 3500000 in the construction of 300 miles of tine roads inside of Its own limits The state we hope will not lag behind in re spouse to this twentieth century sentl ment The governor asks for an ap proprjatlon of 18000000 to build two trunk lines the whole length of th state lu all something like 1000 miles Los Angeles Times Good Roads In France In Franco the highways are tin chief competitors of the railroads The fancaching and splendidly maintained road system has distinctly favored tho small larded proprietors and in their prosperity and their ensuing tllgtrJiu tlon of wealth lies the llacy to the se ret of tho wonderful financial vital ity and prosperity of the French na thou The road system of France has been of far greater value to the com try as the means of raising the vnlniT of lands arifl of putting the small peasant proprietors In asy communication with their markets than have the rail roads WRECKED VESSELS Difficulties That Beset the Workof tho Salvers What It means to salvo a wreck is something that few outside of prac tical seamen can properly appreciate The wreck is a ponderous unwieldy mountain of steel and oak weighing between 3000 and 12000 tons often dangerous for any vessel to approach and this must be lifted bodily and floated front the decks of pitching unstable scows and barges The wreck may be submerged beneath fifteen or I InIcan raised It may be a wreck so shat tered that It is not worth raising so that the wreckers work consists mere ly In blowing up the hulk and re moving it as a menace to navigation Or the vessel may be fairly Intact but sunk too deep to make attempt at raising advisable the wreckers work consisting In salving valuable cargo Often the wreck Is one not submerged nt all A ship may have run on to a reef where It lies nose on n crag and stern afloat rising and falling on the ocean swell pounding pounding and pounding until the very ocean bottom drones ann she is gradually broken to pieces Or again the wreck may be that of n steamer which has pointed its nose shoreward in a fog finding a beach plowing n furrow through the yielding sand and never coming to a halt until It is stuck fast all but high and dry a helpless victim to tho next storm that comes screeching up the const to pile breakers against her and crowd her even higher upon the beach Applctons Subscribe Right Now The Old Home Calls Come back to me little dancing feet that roam the wide world oer I long for the lilt of your flying steps In my silent rooms once more Come back to little voices songCome and mourned you long ti My roses bloom in my garden wAlks nil sweet and wet with the dew throughTheyears a And close about me their steadfast arms the lisping pine trees fold But I am weary for you at morn and eve 0 children of my love Come back to me from your pilgrim ways from the seas and plains ye rove Come over the meadow and up thelanu to my door set open wide And Sit ye down where the red light shines from my welcoming fireside I ke p for delightsThenightsAllownDarlingsL M Montgomery in the Youths Companion MAINTAINING STONE ROADS Protectivo Value of Wood Meal Mixed With Oil and Tar One who is Interested In road building and thinks he knows how to main Lain u macadamized road In a thoroughly effective timid cheap way says If my observations are correct the destruction of a road starts in the fol lowing manner Small stones or peg bles lire loosened by tho wheels of ve hides and scattered over the road leaving little holes therein Now ax long as the wheels had iron tires these little stones were ground or crushed by those wheels and the holes lu the road were filled again with their dust the rains playing perhaps a good part In packing and tilling the material With the soft wheeled automobile all this changed for the worse The rap id revoliitlouof the broad wheels tulle the suction mused by them and by tit low bodies of the imichliiuH loosen Mi little stones more easily and quickly and as there are hardlY any iix wheels left to grind and crush I C1 loose pebbles the small holes soon In come plentiful and before long they grow Into large ones and ruts To sprinkle the roads with liquids Is quite Ineffective to prevent spoiling It must be something that has a body that will bind the particles of the rond fill nit holes and protect the surface It must be solid enough to be strewn on the road There are probably ninny ways of producing such a road pro tector and nirtjiy Ingredients might lie used for It but one of the best I think would be wood mealthat is ground sawdust ground hay or straw ground cornstalks or any such article whirl Is cheap and plentiful and which can easily be ground to meal and wlib I will flout and not clog up the sewer iI it used in the city xms meat enouia be soaked In or mixed with oil or with n mixture of oil and tnr or any other suitable binder so that It will not only protect and keep intact tho rondr but also lay the dust If used on as phalt it would give a good footing for horses whlclu9sorely needed ChliiCl i ry FORIFLETMERS CAS RIA AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS NO 270 TWOINLINE nctorCOgreatestImportance andSallsatlorinateriaAdserthsscmentandi you by selling you Ofl honestly made buggy and at a price less tliGsMMdlcmairB Profit you will recommend ourjroods to your neighbor Our customersas YouIWe m utacluro honest Vehicles and Harness promptlyWrllRifjE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANYy IOWENSBO O KENTUCKY IGUARANTEEI r ii s iBIALY maEYWjUCEJIELI UlARLWroX LAKQK 8UCCBSIOX ALUCiTA TBI rKLX 8I1lJlITlITOHua TIlt fJutlJIYII WAKEFIEID Tt drllirt Altllaliuv FLAT DUTCH CaUnctOn lb Jff aaiirliat rUtllodYlrUtr 0a see4n Urjr t Mil LaeUrel j PRICE la lots o 1i 4 m at SLSo per m 5 to 8 m al SIS perm 10 n and over d tl08 per 111 F 04 YOUN9 ISLAND S C Our Specllll Express Rntes on Plnnls Is Very Low We erewjttic first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand satisfied customers and we have grown and sold more cabbage plants than all other persons JTthe Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we sco your money back Order now it is time to set these plant TI your sec tionjKSgct extra early cabbacc and they are the ones that sell for the ih Nt money j g Ienllio zwho I hake naloRue up tiuf Win C Geraly Co Box isa Yonrtfa iaand s c 1 oar nnnnnnDnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn H IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU WEED i 0t 1 oPCjJO 8 The American Farm Review andII B Digest of the Agricultural Press El 00Itcontains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper I is endorsed by tho leading agricultural authorities of the country 0Itcontains not only what tho farmer needs but just what ho has long been seeking 0- DItemployes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper athe wideawake and up todate farmer will appreciate such a publication BBoliovmgthatJ FARM REVIEW we have for the benefit of our readers contracted for a limited number of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FABM El REVIEW to be offered in connection with a new or renewal subscription to this newspaper HERE IS OUR OFFER o cFor 100we will send the Breckenridge News and The merican Farm Review one year =J II 1 0end your orders to The Brcckcnridgc News r Jf ti Cloverjiort d I Kentucky i-I nrrrTHrTln 1I TTDCDDa LJUJLJL LLLJLJLLLJ j f 0 s e r SSISUP 14 0t r J I fti f IJ iL wiiiTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 V1 i JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO 11Issued Every n year Wednesday in advance I I over five lines charged for at the rate of a 1 r 10 cents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money i k la advance 4Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas- edd usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give thoir old as well as the now address t r EIGHT PAGES4 i CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1909 t P t f IRVINGTON ITEMS 1 SJ f r 010 k j jr r9 4iYr rtir9r r r chris Brabandt photographer iis j I planning to make trips to Irvington atII J tanearly date PQrSqleJJerWpp npd palfMc i i dTlothlari Piggyt Mrs Bell Bruner and little grand daughter of St Louis Mo arrived hero Wednesday night and are now theIII Lo CIII sof Mr and Mrs James B 1 Xf don Miss Annie Lee Bandy went over to Hardinsburg last week on a pleasure r trip fi Miss Rachel Mudd who has been inI r Louisville the guest of her sister Miss y i Iva Mudd has returned to her home at t 11Oaklands Mr Jerry Gannan left last week for Whitesville Ky to be the guest of re latives for ten days Mrs Julius Sipple has returned after ii spending several days at Stephensport and Cloverport visiting relatives and r I friendsMrs Tony McCoyof Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G L Bandy this week Conductor Jerry Tilford is back on duty after quite a seige of illness which is much to the delight of his I many friends I Mrs Tite Adkins and children have returned from Kingswood where they spent some of last week i Marshal D W Henry left Tuesday night for all important points in Oklahoma Mr Henry goes in the interest r of some real estate land and he will be r absent from the city about two weeks x fMrs J B Herndon entertained at her home on Woodland Ave Wednes day in honor of Mrs Bailey Waller of Hopkinsville Ky and Mrs Belle Bruner of St Louis Mo Mr and Mrs Charlie Haves and little daughter Ethel Louisewill leave this week for Owensboro where they zaregoing on a short visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Hawes Mrs J M Herndon and two boys Lewis and Fairleigh have returned from a stay of a few days at Brandenburg s4 with her sister Mrs Will Ash ir crafts Miss Mary Joe Mattingly has return ed to Axlel after a weeks end visit to Miss Mary Cornwall and her aunt Mrs RhodesMiss May He Ser of Leitchfield came Saturday to be the guest of her 4aunt Mrs Kate Bennett r Lamar Gardner of Valpariso Ind arrived Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Yon Rhodes before leaving for Chenault where he will be the r guest of his grandparents Mr and a Mrs Bert Cunningham r f Mr A B Suter has returned to Cus ter after a short stay here where he came on n business trip The Methodist parsonage and the house of Rev and MrsB F Wilson has just been treated to a new coat of paint and now presents a nice and beautiful appearance IThe lKnights of Pythias met in regular last night at their hall Ben Clarkson of Big Spring spent Sunday here the guest of Mr and Mrs H H Kempe Lloyd Austin of East Prairie Mo came Saturday to visit hfs sister Mrs Jake Cowley for a few weeks Mrs Ida Miller of Washington D C came Friday for an indifinite visit to her cousin Miss Mary CornwallC There will be preaching at the Bap tist church Sunday evening by the pas tor Rev T W Gayer Good singing Everybody invitedtMr and Mrs Fon Rhodes spent Sun day at Stephensport with Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt Miss Esther Tinder of Richmond Virginia and Miss Helen Furrow ofv Kingswood are the guests of Mr and Mrs Tite Atkins this weeksMr A B Coleman visited relatives up near Long Branch Saturday and SundnfThere are several side walks and street crossings in the city that need fixing up Nice concrete walks and crossings would be tine Get busy andl improve your townbJames Hotle of Brandenburg was in town Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Alexander Mrs L B Moremen after spending several days in Brandenburg the guest of Mr and Mrs A Moremen returned home Tuesday The private school closed on last Fric day afternoon after a very successful term of eight months under the instruction of Mrs R M McGlothlan as principal and Miss Willa Drury as assistant Mrs McGlothlan is a most excellent teacher and the patrons are delightedwith her teaching This is Miss Drurys first venture in education- all work and she is exceptionaly fine and takes great interest in her pupils Their closing exercises consisted of a 1 play The Daisy Drill given by the pupils nt the home of Mrs R B Mc Glothlan which was very interesting and highly enjoyed by all present Miss Clara Hardin of Cloverport came Friday to be the guest of her aunt Mrs T R Blythett Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Mrs W J Piggott and Rev B F Wilson t leave today for Elizubethtown to attend the lstrict Conference Why dont you delight the housewife i I 4f F y = t s3Invitations Cards and f Announcements for I 3 t June Yeddiiigs Beautiful in Workmanship and aj olutely Correct in Form BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky i Y II- a I- yAty L by Wrnishing her pure and wholes e flrwr Your Grocer keeps It Its tl Dewlsport flour Beautiful Millinery at Mss Laur Sines She receives new goods over veekftall and see her Hfts Laura Hales hats are neaty aiiU handsomely trimmed Her prlcts re reasunableIII Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of oatarrh that cannot be cured 11 11 Catarrh Cure F1CIiENEYCO Toledo O- We the undersigned hare known lr J Chonoy for tho lastl 15yearsvaud bollovc him perfectly honorable In albuslncss transa tlons and flnanclalbureflo to carry out any obligations made Uy his firm WAru- KlNNAN fi MAHUfT J holesalo Druggists Toledo O Hulls Caffrrli Cure Is taken Internally ftctlnsdyRftly upon the blood and mucous surfac rof the system Testimonials isent tree Price 75c per bottle Sold by all r Rlsts ako units Family Pills for constipation BETTER SCHOOLS IN BRECKENRIDGE The Board of Education Has ade Arrangements to Have Bet ter Paid Teachers Andt Taken Steps For Other Impro- venlents ONE DISTRICT ABOLISHED After much work with a troublesome proposition the Board of Education for the county have agreed upon holding school possible to hold Jar I the MTi5ngyear thus giving tine most coa enient arrangement to our people and putting before them the opportunity to have better schools and better paid aacuers than ever before Only one white district had to be abolished We could find no way to hold Ban ys with its twentyone pupils The pupils in this district together ith McGehees and Betho are enou to make two pauper schools for the year ihools being taught at McGehees and Bethel The patrons in the old Bandy territory may select the school they pre r to patronize this year and report their choice to the Superintendent before July 1st andwithout cost to themselves they may patronize the school of their selection for the year whether it j McGehees Nortons or any other that adjoins them The Board set the salaries of teachers at Kirk and at Custer at 60 per month GarlielJ Westview and Germantown will pay IsO each Fourteen schools all pauperand worse on account of their smallcensusfor they all fall below 40 and consequently nnot hold on by themselves but must be reported with a larger school near them will each pay 2750 per month They are Tauls Robbins Tuckers Lodiburg Argabrights Jarretts Poplar Grove Bethel Pleasant Valley High Plains Rhodes Little Union Jackson and Overtons These districts though pauper 5in- size may by offering to board their teachers supplement the salaries given- bv the Board secure most any teacher they wish Instead of abolishing these districts they are held at a better salary than ever before and with the possibility of having superior schools this coming school year For the benefit of patrons trustees and teachers we publish all the information now obtainable concerning the schools ani their probable pay for the year All- this of course is based upon the presumption that the present school law- will be declared constitutional There is no doubt about the percapitas being as good as it was last year Hence those Interested can make their estimates of pay from the number of pupils- for which payment will be made Educational Division No l Hardinsburg sub 1 in connection with High School 261 pupils Hendrick sub 2 04 pupils Oakland sub 357 pupils Kirk sub 4 08 pupils IVeatberfords sub 5 40 pupils pay for 50 tlarned sub 6 10a pupils 53 teachers freedom sub 725 pupils Nortons sub 8 51 pupils Bells sub 9 51 pupils New Bethel has been placed in 2nd Educational Division Jhellmans sub 11 48 payfor 50 Educational Division No2 New Bethel sub r pays for about 63- pupilsj Robbins is attached under same trustee pay 2750 3alltown sub J1 pays for about 74 pupilsTauls attached under same trustee pay 27 50 Hazel Dell sub 3 52 pupils Hickory Lick sub 4 44 pupils pay for 50 Pisgllh sub B 55 pupils Hardins sub 0 02 pupils HUes un sub 7 56 pupils ersimnTQn Flat sub 8 49 pupils pay or 50 V Holt sub 9iday for about 75 pupils- teachers attached under same trustee pay 2750 Bloods sub JOA1 PU1JIsjpayfor 50 l CJ u JIA McGavocks sub 11 45 pupils pays for 50 Tarfork sub 1257 pupils Sample sub 18 53 pupils Stepheusport sub 14 81 pupils Educational Division No3 Irvington sub 1118 pupils Webster sub 2 71 pupils Raymond sub 3 50 pupils Frymire sub 4 03 pupils Vessels sub 5 55 pupils Mooleyvllle sub 0 48 puplls pays for 50 Clifton Mills sub 7 58 pupils Walnut Grove sub 8 with Argabright 75 pupils in the two each school pays In 2750ii Union Star sub 10 02 pupils Shilo sub 11 40 pupils paying for 5O English sub 12 pays for about 54 4 pupils under same tru teo as PleasantI Valley paying 27 5Q Lahant sub 14 not less titan 2750 Chenault sub 15 08 pupils Educational Division No4 1 JBrownsJ Forest Glade sub 2 51 pupils Germantown sub 4 50 per month Ammons sub 547 pupils pays forGO Capps sub 6 paying for 55 pupils with High Plains under same trustee paying 27 50 Dranes sub 7 62 pupils Rosttta sub 8 68 pupils Spires sub 0 42 pupils pays for 50 Bewleyvillo sub 10 00 pupils McGehees and Bethel sub 11 Bethel 2750 McGehees about ifoO Gross sub 12 53 pupils Perrins sub 13 50 pupils Garfield sub 14 87 pupils Mt Nebo sub 15 56 pupils Educational Division No 5 McDaniels sub 1 pays for 72 pupils under same trustee as Rhodes 2750 Beech sub 2 51 pupils Antioch sub 3 05 pupils Mt Gilead sub 4 51 pupils Calvert sub 5 41 pupils pays for 50 Constantine sub 0 j7 pupils Fairfield sub 7 75 pupils Burns sub 853 pupils Salem sub 9 42 pupils yays for 50 Westview sub 10 50 per month Hayes sub 11 57 pupils Cave Spring sub 12 65 pupils Howards sub 1352 pupils Coyles sub 14 44 pupils pays for 50 II Hudson sub 15 pays for about 59- with Little Union under same trustee 2750 Shrewsberry sub 16 40 pupils pays- for 50 Wilsons sub 17 45 pupilspays for 50 Educational Division No6 Gleudeane sub 1 about QO each pro Ideda primaryA8pejalist is secured uM so much unless tpeciulist1si em ployedMoorman sub 2 56 pupils with Jackson under same trustee 2750 Mortons sub 356 pupils Rockvale sub 4 10 pupils pays for 50 McQuady sub 5 120 pupils two teachers Haltingly sub 6 79 pupils Poplar Hun sub 7 72 pupils Sand Knob sub 8 67 pupils Buttons sub 9 pay for about 64 pupils with Over tons under e trustee paying 750 Sapps sub 10 07 pupils Askin sub 11 40 pupils pays for 50 Knob Lick sub 12 41 pays for 50 Colored Schools These are not quite arranged but will be given next wee- kCleared i 15 The entertainment given Friday night by Miss Bettie Lewis of Louisville was- most pleasant and successful Miss- Lewis completely charmed tht CloverII port people She attracted a large audience for the Presbyterian church Ind the clearings amounted to 15 GARFIELD A A Richardson and son Ackley were called to Buck Grove church last Saturday on account of the death of his- uncle James Gazer Shacklett who died at his home in Garrott Mr Shacklett was 78 yours old In his young days he drove ttio stage from Muldraugh to Hard nsburg Mrs Aaron Norton Mrs Richardsons mother who has been in California for the last three years has return ed home- She is enjoying splendid health Rev Mather Jas Durham of Har diifsburg Miss Cova Matthews aud- Miss Oma Compton were guests of Mrs A A Richardson to dinner Saturday Misses Lizzie Bandy Ida AterMary Lewis Adkisson A J Ater and C- Gibson of Lodlburg were over Saturday attending the Sunday School Convention The District Sunday School Con- vcntion was well attended A splendid program was rendered and a flne- dinner was served on the ground- sIhe Garfield people are noted for- their fine dinners and splendid hos pitalityThe in the Garfiejd neigh borhoQ1 took advantage of the rain and1 set put a pig portion their to oa icdcrop r sasrv Ii ji i iiii AV BE SURE to read the Open ing Chapter of our New Serial Story I j jI t d OF THE H I wCIRCUShich next weeks issue j I rJ j J 7 A Romantic Story l of the Love and t Adventures of a Circus Queen I r f 4 J I r irr This is one of the best torr stories we have ever been lucky enough to purchase1 Ytj D JiI 9 i Jj f2i t tII iC ii I r rUgfeijh4 yn rory W Y t + g IIC k ICATARRHI Elys Cream Balm TqF0A Is quIckly absorbed q CO t- 1f o he4pItclennsesheals protects pr diseasetho mem k Y branorekulihtgfroinrp IP Catarrh and drives t away a Cold in the CfYOIII 1 T FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size 50 eta atDrug gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers Ctt Warren Street Now York the Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1909 Announcement- Wo are auteorlzed to iinnonnco Roy J Cain ot the Howloyvlllo district us Ia candidate rot County Court Clerk of Hreckcnrldio county u subject to the action of tho Republican party a PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs Washington Holt is in Louis vile Telephone tbJMillerl Black for N meat 7s Miss Josie Berry is visiting in How ell Ind i Send your meaiL orders to Black yDavid boro was home Sunday Beautiful MioJSummer hats at Mrs Cordreys Mrs Ike Meyer is ill at her home in Louisvillei F Chas Kiel was home Sunday from KosmosdaleFred was home from Hen derson Sunday j John Corley is visiting relatives at Assumption Ill Edward Morrison is visiting friends iii Madisonville Mrs Fred Fraize has returned home from Louisville Miss Louise Babbage went to Lou isville yesterday For hats stylus ly trimmed go to Mrs James Cordpy Baknumbers of Orgosy for sale cheap News Officer Always good Njleat at Miller y Blacks Meat MayCfc4 Misses Plank and Mr Ira BehenI spent Thursday in Louisville Meat orders Vomptly filled and delivered by MiljJGr Black Telephone your order at once for June magazinesNews Office Mrs Mary Oelze is visiting Mr and Mrs Harry Hills at Richmond Miss Clara Heston of Hardinsburg x is the guest of Mrs Amiel Oelze Dr and Mrs Fred DeHaven of j kr Louisville have moved to Danville Mrs Bannon of Eddyville is visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Sawyer i qLMrs J H Payne and daughter were here from Toblnsport Saturday Mr and Mrs Tad Weatherholt of 1 Owensboro are visiting relatives hereMr and Mrs John Reynolds and t little daughter are here from Louis villerLadies Home Journal Delineator Munsey and McClure for June News OfficeSee the boy doll in the June Ladies Home JournalFor sale at the News Office Highgrade Istf and excellent values in trimnnirgs at Mrs Cor dreys Hugh Wood of Louisville was the guest of Miss Francis Smith Friday eveningy3 D Babbage was in Louisville last week the guest of Mrs irletfrh a On W M Casper Dentist at Lewis poft Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday Snd Thursday 1 Mrs Lizzie flamed of Walter Oklahoma is now at Temple Okla for ome time Morrison c Calhoon dentists office v yoownstalrs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mr and Mrs H A Dawley f and s ofst Miss Esther Popham has returned home from Henderson and Union t town where she visited relatives A Miss Jenny Green who has hada i I delightful journey abroad has re- t t turned to her home at Falls of Rough itl in by summer taking can be prevented I ItVfm beneficial in summer a 1 winter If youare weak a run down itwill give you ength and build you up c Take t to a pulse cold milk o water r aimaUbotttenow AUDniggWs S I A t U A H I u 1 0 MRS WROE DEAD Aged And WellKnown Woman Dies At tier Home At Mar tindale Last Week Mrs W E Wroe age 83 years died at her home at Martindale Saturday She had been ill of cancer three months3 Mrs Wroo was the mother of Thos Wroe of this city nnd Mrs Sam Bruncr of Pellville Mr and Mrs Thomas Wroe aid children Miss Margaret and Prof Edmond Wroe attended the funeral Sunday afternoon Miller Blac have the largest meat market in the city and arc al ways glad to fill your rders promptly Miss Jennie Warfield is taking an auto tour through Indiana with her friends Mrs Prost and Mrs Thomp sonMiss Laura Morgan of Stephens port who has been ill for some time is here under the care of Mrs Mary Dunn Harry Hills nnd daughter Miss Julia Hills of Richmond were here last week the guest of Mrs Mary OelzeMiss Clara Dyerof Meridian Miss arrives at Phllpot KV this week to spend the summer with Dr and Mrs Harris Presiding Elder Hayes was here Monday night and preached an excellent sermon at the Methodist churchGeo W Dodson of Frymire went to Cannelton last week to attend the funeral of his neice Miss Mollie LetherlandGeo Dodson and John R Ray go to Lexington this week to attend the State Convention of the Farmersj1 Insurance Company s Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly are visiting in Monroe Ill Before their return home they will visit in Chicago anU Decatur Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd ondays and Tuesdays Hard ins erg 4th Monday 3 days Irvlng kton Thurday and Friday following 4thi londay Mr and Mrs Frank English hat e returned home from Red Boiling Springs Tenn Mr English is convalescent and his friends arc glad to see hint so much improved m Miss Eva Herndon of Irvington the guest of Mrs JamesLewis Miss Herndon sane most beautifully at the Baptist church Sunday morning and her voice is greatly appreciated Cloverport With a conscteAce void of offence toward God and oward Men and a policy in the bia Life a man iis fixed for this cood nd the next See Capt District Manage- Cloverport Ky The Memorial services of Brecken ridge Lodge No 01 K of P will beheld Sunday June Oth All the men bers of the local lodge are requcste- to d be present and all visiting brother- as well as the public are cordially in vited to attend 0 WANTED NO LAWYER It Was a Simple Matter to Satisfy the Accused Jed Blake to the bar ordered the Judge In u rural Alabama court A big hulking negro ambled un to bo trrnlgned for murder Jed began the judge you nre charged with the gravest crime known to tho law that of taking tho life of a fellow mUll Otto of the forms of pun ishment for murder Js death Have you made any arrangements for your defense in this case Jed 1 uNo sub Jedge 4 aln done nuthlii Hove you u lawyer Jed 1 uNo sub Jcdge I air got no law yer I air got nuthln Jedge Well Jed said the Judge showing a little Impatience have you talked to anybody about this case I talked to de sheriff some dat night when ho come after me Jcdge but you knows dat didnt do no good For your Information Jed I will state that It Is within the province of this court to appoint counsel to unj defendant who has none I am now ready to appoint you a lawyer Do you want one No Jedge I dont want nuthin replied Jed rather dolefully Seo here snapped tho Judge I wont have any more of this foolish ness You say you dont want any lawyer Well then what do you in tend to do about this case Well I tells you Jedge laintendin to do nuthin1 Ef Its Jes do same to you Jedge as far as ls con cerned Is whim to let do whole mat- tel drap right here Everybodys Doomed BrideDearest Towser has eaton the supper I cooked for you with my own hands Hubby Never mind sweet heart Ill get you another dogPJtts burg Press The borrower la servant to the lend Jr1lbtj L- D n n- c IYJIA 1 viI i 25 Branch Line c Po ts to- J I J Lout life r d Return I Via ilk Henderson Route f IISatu y May 291 Tr Leaves Fordsville V G3Oam Fells of Rough- Glendenne 1 16 7 30 Hardinsburg I III IIarned X 8 2- 835V II Garfield Itvington 0 0tArrive Louisville 10 Ss J Returning Leaves Louisville 5 15 p in JJOR FULL 1NFORHATION ASK THE AGENT to vr V 1ItIJ ir + I I1HARDINSBURG ITEMS 1 l1 1 r I = + Mrs Wm F Hook and Mrs T J Hook were in Louisville several days last week J H Pile has purchased the Robt A Smith property on the street lending to the depot and is making some improvements thereon Preparations are being made for Childrens Day services at the M E church the third Sunday in June Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloe left Monday for Barboursville to be at the graduation exercises which occur today Their daughter Miss Nancye iis one of the graduates Mrs Roscoe Severs of Barboursville West Virginia was visitingrelatives lien last week Miss Hannah Beard will return to morrow from Beuna Vista Virginia where she has spent the year in school Godfrey Ball is here from Hopkins ville He will open a livery stable at the stand opposite T J Hooks mill Mr Ball promises new rigs goods horses reasonable prices and courteous I treatment 4 J 1 W Y WhyyKm tyou delight the housewife by f 11Ishlng her pure and wholesome thne ewisport flour Mrs Herbert Beard was in Louisville Saturday shopping Mis Morris H Beard returned Sun day from a visit to Miss Jennie Green RoughrGeorge R Haswell ExMayor of Cir clesville Ohio and his sister Dire Metzger are guests of Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Sr Stephsensport were guests of Mr and Mrs Godfrey Haswrll Sunday Jas E Stone of Louisville ia in townJoe Trent of Custer one of the most successful of the couutys teachers has HOW AUTHORS WROTE Pope Thought Best When In BodVic tor Hugo Wrote Standing Alexander Pope who was tho literary pontiff of his time thought best when in bed Whenever a thought coma to him he would Jot It down on a scrap of paper Ills servant often found bedclothes and floor covered with white bits containing aphorisms which have now become hackneyed quotations Victor Hugo wrote Les Mlserablca standing up an attitude which Raw thorne also assumed when ho wrote many of his romances One leg thrown over the arm of a chair or sitting on tho arm of his see j retarys chair were Napoleons freer Ite positions while dictating to Dour scare n position which ho varied now and then by patting that scribe on the head or pulling his ears Sir Walter Scott could while reclin ing on a lounge dictate to two amanu enses who frequently had to stop writ lag so funny the dictated passages I seemed to them Balzac in a monks robe frequently wrote from midnight till noon taking drafts of strong coffee when drowsl ness attacked hint and thus shorten f ing his life by many years no dbubt William Morris mado one of his fa mous translations frbm tho Greek whllo riding on the steam cars Wai Whitman and Horace Traubcl original in all things were most original In the position they took while thinking They wore wont so Mr Traubel says to climb upon iv pile of lumber and lie down upon their backs in that way each found out what the others best thoughts were Boston Globe Better SuNsribe Today U I J J been appointed County Examiner to take the place of Edmund Wroe who has tendered his resignation Marriage license was issued to Wm II Strothers and Eary Ellen Embry Mr and Mrs David Penick of Custer are visltis Mr and Mrs John Siith Mr and Mrs G W Beard Dr Mather Jesse Whitworth and possibly some others go to EHzabethtown this week to attend District Conference The ball park has been put in the best of condition and the National game will be played with more vigor than usual on the local grounds this summer Arthur Beard is getting ready a tennis court on the beautiful grounds of the Beard residence near the depot There was never such demand for whitewashers painters carpenters and laborers as exists in Hardinsburg now Everybody is improving something and the old town looks like it has taken on youth again Mrs Jas Sitillman of Owensboro iis here with her liusbarjd who is attending court Thin Red Men Irondequoit Tribe No 38 held memorial services Sunday fin their lodge room on Main street in the old college building Mid beautiful decorations and banks of fragrant flow ers A crowded house gathered in memory of the five who have passed away i The dead of the lodge are J O Cunningham Sam Pate Ell Miller Cy Miller and Wm Lyons Addresses eloquent patriotic and tenderly mind ful of the dead were made by Rev J II Lennon and Dr Arthur Mother J H Lennon recently returned front Lexington where he went as a delegate to the groat Council of Kentucky Red Men Mr Lennon has the distinction of being the oldest Red Man in the State he being six years older than the oldest man who has hitherto claimed to be tho oldest Road Improvement In Cuba One of the beneficial results of the American occupation of Cuba has been the establishment of an adequate s stem of roads and the beginning of construction These roads are built primarily for tho marketing of crops but they are used extensivelyI by au tomobiles as well They are trade uni formly thirtyfour feet wide with six teen feet of macadam in the center Tho surface finishing is placed on n foundation of ten inches of broken rock and they have no grades greater than 0 per cent Bridges are of steel culverts of concrete Ditches are dug In the low places and the roadway Is generally elevated above tho level of true contiguous land Tho main road is complete from Havana to San Cris tobnl and from Ilnar del Rio to Es pcranzn besides numerous short branches v Bills For Better Roads In the Iowa legislature two bills have been Introduced ia tho Interests of better roads Ono provides for tho doubling of tho county road tax levy for the development of tho most im portant roads which radiate from tho principal market town in each county The other bill places a tax of 5 on all automobiles under thirty horsepower and 10 on thirty horsepower and over the proceeds to go into the state good roads fund Good Roads Great Value A good road is a convenience and n necessity It helps both the buyer and Invalulblo DeWitts LittI E 1ly ers the fam ous little liver pHIs aU gentle and sure Bold by all difggtsts L w WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME I I i Iii d l gWaWH 3HI Makersbfe during any of the above days absolutely FREEa copy of B one of the most popular pieces of music of this year the yHyyH ytJjjWj aorchestras are adaptitig it for tlieir use in the metropolitan p cities Please rcrnember tHat this unusual offer is for one TheaNi yc0cO o a 1JO CLOVERPORI KY b WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP I WHAT TIME + + I Warts i Y1 m + zWANTED NTED Experienced hole to cook and do Ronoral house work Small family cry modern convenience ptod wages No ashing or Ironing to do Colored preferred 1D E CADIOK Orandvlow Ind- AG ENTS WANTEB For a guaranteed med lelno tha ur a Scrofula Syphilis and Mt rcurlal Polso ndother remediesequally iis Rood MITCIKLLI KEMEDY CO Sod V Walnut Loulsv e Ky ANTED rResponsible man with horse and buggy In ouch community salary 1500 to 110 00 per day to takgfbrdors from owners of harms Orcliardgfrind Home Gardens A splendid op pyrUlrilty for farmers sons also fruit tree Iund ewlngmaehlno agenlN to mako n bust l es connection which will become more profl bio each year Address I O liox 131 Youngs slued S 0 FOR RENT It 11KNT Two splendid rooms In the Now hulldlng suitable fur u small bust less jr I KENT A furnished room in a rest n dunce convenient to business part of rn and depor Apply at tho News oflice mlllS tu pull IJIO CUUlttRO- Tler than a walk iGI fter tho grading was completed and roadbed was well formed whero tills fe required the entire road onefourth i In length and thirty feet wide was m kved alInchesthJlhllrIPWEAlEU and cooker combined stovo for tntlJ at Nows olMce i c BosvlUrgGreenUniversity enrldlto News J FOR SALE ReglsMired Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred J Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Relate- dHARDAWAYE P R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm Wante- diI tohearqulckly trmUWNFntwho will soil U1KECT TO BfYEIt good farm of any size In any locality Not particular about locution OWNERS only need answer who are willing to close their own deal direct w 1th ItUYEltwithoutpayingunycom- misstun to anyone I urn no iicont and accept no commission I wish to con nect my iiuNDiuyf IIUVKHS with OWNERS so the Tan huy direct and save paying jrfaiuy price to sumo ulIlntII I yourIlyMRBYSIIIRE Y Box IM Rochester I AUTOMOBILE ROAD TEST Norristown Pa to Find Out How Mo tor Cars Affect Highways- In resenting tho Imputation that au tomobiles are more harmful to im proved highways than horse drawn vehicles Assemblyman Rex of Norris town Pa at the annual convention of supervisors tho other day suggested that a practical test be made to dem onstrate the relative wear and tear of both classes of vehicles on public roads He offered to contribute to the con struction of such a road which will bo composed of two parallel highways ex actly alike Over one of theso roads horse drawn vehicles are to pass and over tho other the automobiles Proof Enough Patient Are you sure doctor that this health food that you have recommended Is nourishing DoctorSure Why I Iknow it The man who Intro duced that health food not only lives but supports n largo family on it Stray Stories Result of Rashness Out of a Job are you asked the first girluBosr catch you flirting fiNo I caught the boss Say what sort of a wedding draw do you think la real flweUrPhilftdelpblR Twlgtr ic n rj YOU 11Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed vers Drug Co f BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attention us larger ones and lye appre ciate your business and in Jlucnce Lpforest paid on 10 Deposits NK OF CLOVERPORTl l CLOVBRPORT KY I i r SALE dwelling com IIFORirst anti HlghSts Cistern of building base Will sell at a bargain or ex change for dwelling house in CloverportII Ilardinsburg Ky SAVE EXPENSES and write or phono Dr S B Ad kisson it Wobstor nod ho will como and dojjoiifi DrRTAL WORK e Ns the time to have your to extracted for a now set- S B ADKISSONrJflJu it t Cblldpi i FOR CHERS i I CA RIAM 1el I r Y rlvMr1 Mwn IcJ tit J J 4 I r i AFTER SUFFERING 1 f i ti tiTEN YEARS 1 b Cured by Lydia lE Pink 1 bnmsVegetableCompoundijr r 1 V liar etaOEl x now life P11 t JJL suffered for ten Ml years with serious l1 female troubles in- flammationc M ulcer ijf ntion indigestion ktllervousness anU could not sleep mermyefi f chronic I was in despairanddidnot tv i care whether Ilived f or died when I road about Lydia E pPlnkhama Vegotetblo Compound so I a began to take it and am well again and wt MrspEonoE Lydia E IInk1i fits Vegetable Com- poundl made frpm native roots and herbs containable narcotics or harm F ful drugs andtoday holds tho record for tho largesnumber of actual cures i androluntarytestimonialsarojYJ Lynn Mase from women who have S been cure from almost every form of r ulrsrtiosperiodlcpaillsbackacheii f Every uffering woman owes it to her self tofgivo Lydia E Pinkhams Vega table ompound trial Iffon Would like special ndvico I nbtint your case write confldcnr tiryf letter to Mrs Pliiklmm at timm Mass Her advice is free n always helpful Moving Pictures In- Prohibition Campaign iViii t One of the most peculiar develop ments of the moving picture business is the demand for views for special pur r poses according to Frank Conroy of S Chicago who is financially Interested in jj a number of moving picture houses Manufacturers lecturers on travel + and other topics prohIbition agitators np I Iandotnors find the moving picture a valuable adjunct declared Mr Con roy With twentieth century enter i v4 v4prisethe AntiSaloon League and pro- c l f hibitionist lecturers in various States 1 introduced moving picturen as a s 11have for the horrible examples by John B Cough and his ycontemporaries The modern substi t tute shows the supposed drunkard in Ip t the act of beating his wife or pawningf Viihisbabys hoes and later reeling down I the street Washington Herald n nLItd 152 Years f Wm ParrEnglands oldest man a married the third time at 120 worked in the fields tilt Sind lived 20 years l longer People shoiWd beyouthfulatSO i rTallies Wright of SpsrloA Ky s-howsihow to remnlll fount I feel just like i Ir1a16year old baa writes after taking six boltlfis ofTtelectric Bitters 4 For thirty years KufneV trouble made tt life a burden but the first bottle of this r wonderful medicine convinced me I had a i found the greatest cure on earth V Theyre a godsend to weak sickly run 1 down or old people Try thorn fiOc nt Severs Drug Co- X The Oyster Crab u Some of tho most remarkable crabs in the world live at tho expense of other animals They are crustacean p f tramps and have no shame lu sustain ing existence at other animals cost few c Ono of these marine tramps is a littler fellow that makes Its home with the ti living oyster III fact It dwells In the oysters shell and feeds on whatever f l dinnerslEl 1GC r- Yj i Oddly enough however It Is only theI female that has this habit of board r4 ing out The male crab has no permanent I home but spends its time a c 11swImmIng about at the surface of the t J water Oyster crabs sometimes are i big enough to have an arm stretch of b i nn inch Epicures consider them very good to cat Sometimes they are cook i iedseparately and occasionally they are pickled Crabs of nearly allied spo- tI des somewhat bigger are found Inf r tho shells of mussels and scallops In f fi1mrnRlh9tbls case again only tho female is ajj Miere Lawlessness Begins At the last session of the Ohio Legis lature an net was passed making illegal the organization or maintenance of secret societies in the public schools of the state The law was the result of n general and growing belief that secret societies Greekletter fraternities or sororities as they are commonly called are a menace to the wholesomeness and democracy of publicschool life This opinion is held by the more in telligent and better informed people of all the states But now the pupils of the public schools tvhoart members of secret societies or desire to be have revolted They mtreporled as determined to fight the new law and as having raised a fund to pay counsel In otherstates notably in Massach usetts there have been similar revolts against authority in these cases the authority of the school committee rather than the legislature and dis cipline has not always been maintain ed In all these casesjfsomethlng is at stake which is far more important than secret socities It is the whole ques tion of respectjforand obedience to the law The parents who do not see this are blind to their duty Children in this country are too often permitted to disregard municipal laws and police regulations and are not even rebuked for ther lawlessness But pupils in the public schools can do nothing in defiance of the laws of state city or school committee unless they are aided and supported by their par ents It is time there was right think ing and plain speaking on this matter and that responsibility be placed where it belongsYouths Companion Everybody is likely to havo kidney and bladder trouble In fact nearly everybody has some trouble of this kind That is the reason why you so often have pains in the backhand groin scalding sensation urinafcy disorders etc thats your kidneys Tliebest thing to do is to get some f D Vitt1 Kidney and Bladder Pills rightawayA Take them for a few days or aMeck cf so and you will feetaU rights In tflis way too you willVnrd off dange us and possib ly serious ailments Jiney are perfectly harmless andfifefot only antiseptic but allay pain quickly by their healing proporties Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They are sold here by nil druggists Lesson In Good Roads The state engineer of New York In a recent report says that in 1007 New 1I rondII Mrs L B Moremen after spending ta- iveral J l days in Brandenburg the guest 1 Mr and Mrs A Moremen returned dime Tuesday ti rjrRtiAfh hQ2IiheflqtRhlntJ strongest In opposition Now Jt rsoy mid Massachusetts took up the work before Now York but now till Km plre State Is getting In line By the time the 01000000 shall have boon spent the three states which nil join at points will have a great system of roads One may leave Philadelphia and roach Boston on highways smooth and solid A good automobile may easily beat the trains on this trip rind surely the pleasure Is touch greeter Highway Seven Hundred Miles Long A highway stretching In a direct line of 700 tulles from Atlanta to Washing ton Is now the subject of promotion on the port of the Good Roads club of Georgia JT Can you believe y fur senses When two of them taste and smell having been impaired iijrnot utterly destroyed by Nasal CataJf h and fully restored by Elys Cream aIm can you doubt that this reused deserves all that has been said of it My the thousands who have used Mjrii is applied directly to theI affecley airpassages and begins I healin work nt once Why not get it fcpdj All druggists or mailed by Eros 06 Warren Street New York on receipt of fifty cents Letting Him Down Easy A young man of very limited means after the marriage ceremony present ed to the minister 27 cents all spread out on the palm of his right hand This Is all Ive got parson he said Seeing a disappointed look In the min isters face he added If wo have any children we will send them to your Sunday schoolSuccess Magazine CURE YOUR KIDNEYS No Need To Take Any Further Risks Why will people continue tq suffer the agonies of kidney complaint backache urinary disorders lameness head aches languor wily allow themselves to b come chronic Invalids i when a certain cure is offered them Bonns Kidney Pills is the remedy to use because 1 It gives to the kidneys the help they need to perform their workIf you have any even one of the symptoms of Kidney diseases cure you self now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in Can Clover port residents demand more convincing proof than the following Mrs Charles Stephens 596 Clay St Owensboro Ky snys I have used Doans Kidney Pills and believe they Ire a good remedy I did not take them exactly as directed but tHey strengthened by back and relievdune of the acute pain When I felt bettei I would stop taking theta instead of continuing their use until a corn ete cute was effected I am now imp ved in many ways since using Donnsvidney PiPs and can re commend tUvm to those suffering from kidney tr ble For sipe by nil dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New irork solo agents for the United Slot member the nameDeansand- t e no other A GREAT RUNNER Ono of His Feats of Which He Had is On Reminded Im the real thing as a runner said Howard James majestically as he seated hlmself at the first home din ner since his return from college His mother and sister looked at him In sheer admiration Yes mother I wish you could have been at the university to see me run During the football season I ran away from every one on tho team They were not In It for a minute In the classes I took the lead leaving them In the lurch I always stood highest In my lectures And then when It came to selecting n president for tho class I made the race When the voting start ed I ran second but at the last well I ran ahead of all of the other candi dates Theres no doubt about It Im a ruuuer Of course when the base ball season opened the crowd wanted mo to get on the team At first I hes itated because I realized my superI- ority but persuasion succeeded I went on the team and tho way I ran bases was a positive shame Then I went Into the track meet I ran ten yards In ten seconds almost equaling the worlds record Yes I am a run ner Then Then yiu ran Into debt Interrupted Old Man lames with a distinctive grunt anti I have to pay you out St Paul Pioneer Press If you expect tg get the original Cnr bolizeJ Witch Hazpl1 Salve you must be sure it is DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It is good for cuts burns and bruises a disi specially good for piles Refuse substitutes Sold by all druggistsWoman and the Jewish Talmud Tho Jewish Talmud has these son tences about women A good wife IIs I heavens noblest gift A housewife never allows herself to bo disturbed from her work Even while convers ing she Is busily spinning An old ex- perIenced woman In a household Is an ornament to it Hue a pearl He who lives in an unmarried state Iknows no joys none of the blessings of home and Is without support The man who stands at the deathbed of his wlf feels like those who saw the tempi of Jerusalem reduced to ashes for the wife Is the temple In which each man finds repose and quiet where he tests after the labors of the day and where he can give expression to his feelings Joyful and mournful God has given to woman more ability of judging cor rectly than man Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwi Mich was a running ulcer He paid i doctors over 40000 without beuefit Jhen Bucklens Arnica Salve killed the Nicer and cured him Cures FeverSfres Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c at Severs drug store JlII IIIIIIII 1 f1 j The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust CompanyI n J3 F BEARD DIRECTORS PresidentCapItal 50000Morris Eskridgo M II BEARD Beard5U1plUS IRIChardsonta811ordI IVIded Profits Dr A M Kincholoo v PAUL G01II TON J C V Robertsonr i Assistant Cashier 11000BF Beard tti payjccii1 on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much qs Inanagedr1 M bank can afford to pay 1J1 1io jt T e h l oM au 1 r NEW TYPE OF ROAD Combination of Brick and Concrete With Sand to Distribute Pressure With contract work about to begin on millions of dollars worth of new roads In New York state there Is imtu rally much curiosity as to whether or not any new Ideas In construction will be tried Time state engineers recent report Indicates that the ordinary mac adam tines nut last Well under the Im pact und friction of automobile trnfllc which Is rapidly Increasing anti roads well suited for the demands of a del tide ono fall to give satisfaction pro portionate with their cost under mod ern conditions It Is improbable that the lIdeal forum of construction tins been discovered although the building methods are very numerous A Brooklyn Inventor claims to have embodied scientific Ideas In a form of road for which he has been granted patents and for which he slakes strong claims It has a surface of pay lug brick block Joined with cement and supported by large blocks of con crete Through each block run several vertical holes und In these according to the Inventor lies the virtue of the IdeaThe holes aro tilled with sharp sand and between the brick surface and the supporting blocks Is placed an inch layer of sand This road It Is lucid cannot be broken down The sand dis tributes pressure upon the surface against the skits of the holes Instead of vertically Drawing moisture from the ground It will present a springy elastfc base for which a life of many years Is anticipated Time new road has ninny other advantagesin theory at j least It Is probable that an otter will be made to give an actual Illustration of its value to those Interested In the construction of new state highways Smashes All Records An allround laxaiive tonic and health builder no otuerypillscau couir a tfvith Dr Kings New Lit PiUs rhey tone and regulate stomach liv mid kidneys purify the bbod stretapnen the nerves curt Constipation spepsla Bilious ness Jaundice Hadache Chills and Malaria Try them 250 nt Severs drug store A Severs Since Grateful Mother Oh are you the no ble young moan who rescued my daughter from a watery grave Noble Young Man who Is truly modest Yes madam but 1 assure you 1 only did It from a sense of difty Exchange I C h 1 1 jFORftLTnHE tCAT O IA THE WORLDSGREATEST PARK Rlvervlewr Chicagos Dazzling Fairyland of Amusement Devices To see Chicago at play one must go to Blvorviow Great cities are attractive In gay snoods and the metropolis on thq lake is never merrier than when dlaport In parkThobe compared with thU great park either In magnitude fabulous Investment or at tendanceFrequently 250000 men women and children ale within the enclosure of the vast and beautiful resort Instantly after ono outers tho white masonry of mystlfied pavlllionsof Cairo ball pants casinos water chutes cascades electric launches miniature railways Wild west Shows aerial coasters menageries Japanese pagodas and open air concerts by the worlds nest bands Elvervlew 1 li a festival city with Its chimes of bells peals of organs roar of trains cooling swish of waters dashing A Gxxoaa of foaming lakes boat whistles stringed instruments tomtoms euphonies of hymnalsInof rllles and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations oR n million birds and animals jubilee singing Hhoutj and laughter rind sounding above all tho majestic strains of Bohumlr Kryls great bandIts Chutes cascades GOO feet In mid air spray crystal waters In continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend in clouds of mist dashing downward until they skin tho surface of tho lake lash- Ing Its transparent waters Into foam Laughter and shouts of delighted pas flcugent accompany tho musical murmur of the falling cascades In a thrilling Wlltl Vest cowboys and Indians exhibit feats of broncho riding Tho biblical story of Babylon Is en acted by 1000 young men and women In tho classical costumes In Big Ottos Animal Jungle Miss Dixie young pretty and fearless enters a don of lions jaguars panthers and wildcats She seizes tho jaws of n Nu bian lion forces them open and thrusts her head between great tooth that gleam dangerously against hot white throat A naval battle boUvoon tho Monitor ann Morrlmac tha9rKyfhausen tho mountainous retreat of Emperor Bar barosnn and PnulSRoveros ride are his torical W Camels and jTophants hear laughing children in nwlca Circus tiny insects perform Incrranblo feats a pony hippo drome llvln pIcture Turkish dancers clrclo and Jrant swings motor and sub marino IbrafN deep son divers live whales ajfuting rinks velvet and aerial coaster mortiarjlcal minstrels Thou sand I ands waterway Japanese ten Knrdotm Ohlnoe ravllllons doublo whlrUr and ci les dell htimp irting devise farm rot ts plri plalsances couyb i vl wi irvnyn- er lew in emerald forest under anon escrtt ally glistens with n silvery rlffir 011 sclntlHnnt diamond lnkesAtnftht this veritable fairyland hasf myths of lights that whirl ant lash and Jhlrhmer n rainbow base on gay throngs A more beautiful fairy spectacle wjw never conceived IJ rgar PoIUisclosedTHERE arc secrets in the poultry business as any other the best methods and newest discoveries seldom reach the amateur poultry raiser and the general public for years after they are origi nated Anew method of absolutely insuring the fertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash Value sod lu dlicoreret li not to be blamed for keeping It to himself Now for the lint time the secret of many of the moil lueceiiful poultrymen ire made public No confidence has been violated every secret has been Obtained in an Honorable WayItthis cock firojierly held i 1 by outright purchase i2l by lice permission tlren the author Michael IePollllr Surds tells yoi foyer t3l by collectlifc old valuable but little known methods 4 by Mr holuacayyyjoulJmdscore Boyera owp experience covering 30 butt years Since this book was first adof tccrets far more imfer noised four or live months lEO It has been necessary Jo print eight editlonllalI and hitherto unreveated and many new and valuable secrets have been added to the original book A Few of the More Important Secrete lloycrs new system fur Insuring fertility of setting Read What Purchasers Say eggsIreeetmdfarnJonrnslandnadtr method the weak ineu tad loaaedwlthboth Thsactela dCkartI are worth tldrI weight IIn gold trhy I pall 15 for Ihl prout oats method You wrUInly ilv1 I K I elchs System of ln breeding without the least a fellow over lili rnoneyi worth loss of Vitality ANDREW I1 a MOKLEY Utica N Y Selecting the laying henstho central thought of tho Reeelredonrbnoeofroullryfeeret ltan socalled Hogan Potter and PalmerSystems 1100plloblllIIIuol1 work 111 worth flO to The Padlo System n brief outlipe telling what It Is ana anypregmslee roullmlI Would not sue to for what It la valuable take that for if I could not another ns1I0DTCpenslve patented I I greentotedI feedthtaabout erery book lli I rulespnhlthedI contiderthla for feeding corn and Drain- runtsaluabelknowlyfarfortheenualpuWic Truslows Secret of obtaining high market prices for L A niClURDSON Slum 111 poultry stock Your hook Poultry Secrets rcttltwJ alia The Angell method admirably adapted to the small thi February and March numberi of the Farm flock In village or suburbiJournal Eminently Mtlifloil with all three Gnmdyft method of obtaining bulky food at a cost of Dot snot than my moneys worth on goy out 8 cents a bushel d parI of I r e1rvisDBnaus01m Hereford Texai producingeKgaProfessorhens dont lay AND MANY OTHEIIS NOT KNUMEItATED HERE It would be absurd t corpect every bit of this Information to be unknown to everyone I we make no such claim nut to IW great majority of poultrymen It will be absolutely new and of great value MIOUT FARM VILNAL srum Journal has for thirty yeas made a apeelalty of poultry t flit department le ti4r lIIed and nor oInbl than many apeelalisedanltry paper This la only one section howr of a remarka- bde1 mlulno mo y with a000o0ntxcrlben NOT a drear technical farm pr 1adly prlntal on cheap paper full of medicall anlMrathy adrertliementi but a magazine for th horntown vii a re or country I well printed and IllaitrMed dean Ieter quaint and always cheerful Intensely practical i equally at homo on a thousand acre farm or un suburban gudn I and In adorn ways UNLIKE LiY OTIIER PAPER f Ono Copy Poultry Secrets I n 0 OFFER SIHreckenrldgeNewif I I 0 We CAnnot aell Poultry Secret by Itaelfonly In this Combination SEND Oil BRING YOUR ORDER TOII E BRECItE1 RIDGE 1NEWS Cloverportt lyII k This 75 ORGAN For Only ON 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL DIRECT to you from the LARGEST exclusive organ factory in the WORLD at tho net whole Bale FACTORY PRICE with all agents and dealers profits cutjrfjf 0 CREDIT NO MONEY toj runtn you GET THE ORGAN and use It FREE forSO JKYS then small payments ifyou buy or tho organ back of ORGAMB Itylesforsame kUpof terms Write for catalog and full Information weljJETnTince you of our RESPONSIBILITY and the sup Pr QUALITY ofour organs Mler1913 Chastnat Street 45 1 I LI t I I rJ WEEKLY J c5 r COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics it prints all the news without year or favor The regularIprice is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for i 150if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Daily Courier 1inal One Year 8600 Sunday GorierJournalr One Year 200II Jre can give you a combination cut t f jfate on Daily or Sunday if you willII write this paperfI r Subscribe for The NewsfIc 4 r T atk A L1 I A Gentleman From s Mississippi By Thomas A Wise I Novelized From the Play by Frederick R Toombs Copyright 1009 by Thomas A Wise bcr to Issue orders to two of his colleagues Report of the committee on naval i affairs droned the clerk mechanical ly House bill No 1100 Is amended to read as follows And his voice sank to an unintelligible mumble for every senator present he well 1m owa bAltacoolag k CISenutor1t Mr President he called Chair recognizes tug gentleman from Mississippi said the presiding officer as he leaned back to speak to Senator Wluans of Kansas who had approached to the side of the rostrum 11ThoSouth and the South of the Future proved more than a document suited only to n reverent TJuriat In the Con gressional Itocord Although wearied at the start owing to the exciting hap I penings of the day tho Mississippians r R enthusiasm for his cause gave him N strength and stimulation as he pro gressed His voice rose majestically as be came to the particular points ho wished to accentuate and oven those in tho uppermost rows lathe galleries could hear his every word At tho close of his formal speech he began on his statement of the action of the naval affairs committee in buy ing control of Altacoola land to foil attempts to rob the government As litho lad predicted the senate did sit up The senate did agree that a new kited of politics had arrived During this latter part of the speech many curious glances were directed at Peabody and Stevens who sat in the same tler of scats in the middle of the chamber only an aisle separating them Through this choice of seats they could confer without leaving their t places VariQus senatorial associates of these two men in other deals found it difficult to believe their ears but p was not old Langdon at this moment narrating the amazing transaction on l the floor of the senate Would thoJr statue on the pedestal step down Would the sphinx of the desert speak the story of the lost centuries Would honor take the place of expediency in the affairs of state What might not happen thought the senate machine now that Peabody and Stevens had taken to their bosoms what they termed tho purple pup of political I purity Neither did the full portent of the situation escape tho attention of the reporters gallery Dick Cullen ob served to Hansel of the Record Virtues getting so thick around here its a menace to navigation Blocking the traffic eh queried Hansel and both laughed I Hello Whats this exclaimed Cul I len a few minutes later Horton has been recognized when the program I tnvas to adjourn when the naval base ill was over with SLangdons speech had proved the hit Iho sensation of the session After he included mid resounding applause i which senators Joined as well as gcupantsl of tho galleries Senator p iwrton of Montana rose and caught the presiding officers eyeiI ask unanimous consent to offer a resolutionIJHearing no objection he continued in I a manner that Instantly attracted un- usualI attentionJIt Is my unpleasant dutyPeabody I and Stevens exchanged glancesto e place a matter before this body that to mo ns a member of this honorablo l body Is not only distasteful but deep a I ly to bo regretted i suspecti4 I deavored to make money at the gov rCenunents expense out of land which 4ri he Jte alleged to have desired his own rI committee to choose as the naval base I therefore offer this resolution pro viding for the appointment of an In vfesfclgating committee to look Into these chargesLangdon was Intensely excited orer this new development Some one i has learned something about Peabody or Stevens he muttered He feared that this new complication might In I some way affect the fate of the naval base that the south and Mississippi 1 might lose it He rose slowly in his seat while the senate hummed with tho murmur of suppressed voices 1Iask for more definite Informa tion he began when recognized and after the president of the senate had t pounded with the gavel to restore quiet so that this house can consider this Important matter more Intelllgent J1 r Horton rose He saidi i Senates rWOOL HIDjSMD FURS I GiasengIare Healers can do better for you thin agent r commission merchants Referen any Bank in Louisville Write weekly Frice list and ship ping We fm1ah wee bags free lABEL SONS I aTAaUNOINlea- A E Market St LOUISVILLE KY J t1ICV Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours If I a dust sedi ment or settling or milky- appearance often indicates an un healthy condi tion of the kid treys too fre quent to pass it or pain in youtheand need attentionWhat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so expressed that Dr remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability to hold water scalding pain in passing it or bad following use of liquor wine or and overcomes that unpleasant ne of being couipelledjto go often the day and taPpet up many times during the nigh The mild and immediate effect ofySwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be causeofitsreniar Ie health restorin ope- rUcs yo you ccdI Idruggists brick stringy desire often Kilmers and onewuarsucs iionuainempfi i You amy have a sample bottle sent free Dingrerthename Dr Swamp and the address Binghamton on every bottle II 1 will take the liberty of adding that tho senator accused Is none other than the Junior senator from Missis elpp7TLaugdous eyes blazed He strode swiftly into the aisle Mr President ho cried passionately I know this Is not the time or place for n discussion like this but nsk that senatorial courtesy permit mo to nskthen he concluded strongly before he could be stopped what Is the evidence in support of this preposterous charge This Is nil out of order said the presiding officer after a pause but in view of the circumstances I will entertain a motion to suspend the rulesThis motion passing Horton replied to Langdon Your name Is signed to a contract with J D Telfer mayor of Gulf CityI Miss calling for 3000 shares in the Gulf City Land company and A lie a He screamed Langdon That official went on Horton coolly Is now In Washington He has the contract and will swear to con versations with you and your secretary Ills testimony will be corroborated by no less a personage than Con gressman Norton of your own district who says you tucd him to conduct part of the iittsojkulansi And 1 might tlerlrid HOrtou that It is known to more thou cue member of tills liouoruule body that you had drawn up a minority report In favor of C ilf tlry beui l of your anger at tlo d clout f r ur plan to take the naval base away from Alta coola Langduu sank into his chair bewildered even otunned Taeie was a conspiracy ngulnut him bur Iww could he prove It The ground secured crumbling from under him not even a straw to grasp Then the old lighting blood that carried him along In Beau regards van tugged at the valves of his heart revived his spirit ran through his veins He leaped to his feet A sound as of a scuflle a body fall Ing heavily drew all eyes front Lang don to the rear of the main aisle An sergeant at arms was lying face downward on the carpet Anoth er was vainly trying to hold back Bud who tearing himself free down to his chief waving a sheet of paper in the senators eyes Read that gasped the secretary breathlessly and he hurried away up side passageway and out to reach the stairs leading to the press gallery Langdon spread the paper before him with difficulty with his trembling hands Slowly his whirling brain gave him the ability to read Slowly what appeared to him as a Jumbled nothing resolved Into orderly lines and words liTho letter is slotted Charles Norton Her lld and again stood before the senate which had regained its usual composure after tho fallen sergeant at arms had regained his feet and rubbed hisbruisesI think there will benny In Veetigatlpn ho said with decided ef fort itruKKllnjf to down the emotion u that choked him I nsk this house ftstcul to tho following letter toII Dear Senator LangdonWhen receive this letter I shall bo well on my way to take a steamer for Cuba I write to ask you not to think too harshly of me for I will always cher ish thoughts of the friendship you have shown me- Peabody and Stevens have finallyJJ proved too much for me they got cld Telfer to swear to a forced contract and wanted me to forge your name In tho land records at Gulf City I threw Up my hands Their game will always QO on II suppose but you gave them a shock when you broke up their Altacoola graft scheme And Im glad you did They cast mo aside today probably thinking they could get metagain If they needed motII am going on tho sugar plantation of a friend where I can make a newtt atart and forget that I ever wont to Washingtonff Langdon paused deliberately Tl1oII senate was hushed The galleries were stilled Not even the rustle of a sheet of paper was heard in the reporters I gallery The Mississippian gazed I around tho senate chamber He saw Stevens and Peabody craning their I necks across the ulsle and talking excitedly I to each other Then ho stepped forward and spoke I waving the paper in the air This letter is signed Charles Norton I The old southerner gazed triumphant ly at the men who had sought to de stroy him It was with difficulty that the presiding officer could hammer down the burst of handclapplug that IIIIII cendencyIHow do we know that that letter IsI not a forgery a trick he exclaimed Go get Congressman Norton If youI can and get his denial respondedI Langdon The Junior senator from MississippiI hurriedly pushed his way out of tho senate chamber His days work was done s 4 r Down on a broad plantation along the Pearl river an old planter who has borne his years well as life goes nowadays passes his days contentedly He delights In the romplngs of his grand chlldren as they rouse the echoes ofr the mansion mud prides himself on the achievements of their father Ran dolph who has Improved tho planta tion to a point never readied before i Sometimes he receives n letter from his daughter Hope Georgia now Mrs Haines telling him of her happy life or perhaps It is a letter from Carolina describing the good times she Is having In London with the friends she Is visit ingAnd the old planter goes out on the broad veranda In the warm south ern twilight and he thinks of the days that were He remembers how tho Third Mississippi won the day at Crawforasvllle He thinks of the days when he fought the good fight in Washington Ills thought turn to the memory of her who went before these many years nnd whom ho Is soon then see again nnd pence dtwuds on soul of the gentleman i otn Isisfilppl ns the world drops to slumber around him TIm 111 Early Kansas Terrors Captain Zebulon M Piko says h e killed a number of hoop snnkes and joint snakes on his trip up the Cottonwood River while on his way to discover Pikes Peak CnptainJPike says in his diary that while in camp on time south fork of the Cottonwood River near where Bazaar now ishe met up with a blow snake that filled itself with wind so that it was as big around as gall Rmensure and when it gave a big puff it blew his hat offEldorado Re publican Bad Backache Such agonies as some women suffer every month from back achelb I it necessary No It can be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by tak- Ings medicine with specific cura five action on the female organs and functions which acts by re Having the congestion stopping the pain and building the organs and functions up to a proper state of health Try WINE OI CARDUI i WOMANS RELIEF I suffered for 15 years writes Mrs Mnllnda A Akere of Dasham Ya wWi various female troubles I had such a backache that it drew mo over sVI could not stand straight TIdoctors could not me Mr I took Cardul and nowII Ifcj Tlke a sew woman All Druggists RITZ FOR FREE ADVICE ting age and deicrjblng symp DeptTheChattanooga Tenn E 3- 8ui t I I ROAOMAKING WITH OIL Method of Construction Valuable For Dirt and Macadam PRACTICALLY SELF HEALING Oiled Highways Are Not Only Dustless Mudless and Noiseless but They Im prove With UseOil Makes Roads Firm but Not Hard In the opinion of II T SucH who tins made a study of city and country In twenty states In the last year good roads will be built In Kan Bus during the next twelve months than In any other state In tho Union Mr Siiell investigated road conditions the Standard Oil company The big trust Is seeking a market for Its surplus of oil left after tho more val uable products have been taken from It The surplus oil Is now sold chiefly for fuel The company expects to build a mile of good road near tho State Agri cultural college at Manhattan Kan Mr Snell said We expect to show by the experiment that an oiled road whether built with earth or crushed rock Is not only the most durable but In the end in the most economical In every state there Is annually spent millions of dollars in building new roads In few cases is any con siderable sum spent on the roads to Preserve tb 1Ij91lcd ulnas ore not only dustless tnudlcss and noiseless but they nre practically self healing thatI isthey Improve withi use The dirt nail oil roods give horses good footing while the tires of the vehicles iron out the hoof marks ExperIments made oil Kansas CUt boulevards and on roads lu Jackson county which were coated with oil have been watched by men and or ganizatlons Interested in good roads roacllInfor use to prevent dust It was found that oil also Is a preservative In his report to the board of park1 commis sioners on tile use of oils on Kansas City boulevnids W H Dunn superln tendent of parks sold the results wcro remarkableThe U laid an average of 7iI cents a barrel of fortytwo gallons for 1 1 DIRT nOAD AFTER ONE Oil TREATMENT AND METHOD OF AVILYINO THE OIL tine oil An area equal to 1010500 square yards was oiled The cost of oiling per square yard was slightly moro than 1 cent representing the oil labor and supplies The oil subdued dust Had the same area been sprln klcd with water to prevent dust the perasquare yard Mr Dunn estimated t that the cost of sprinkling the IlreaII oiled last summer would have been 1020732 Tho expense of oiling this area was 1007144 The directe saving In using oil was 503888 or 34 per cent The Indirect benefit follow ed In a marked saving In the cost offmaintaining the boulevards and the 1 uniform excellence of their condition Good roads naturally are a rural I problem In the cities no progress can t be made unless the thoroughfares used for business and pleasure are paved 1 and maintained in good condition Country towns are concerned as much with good roads as are tho farmers I who use them In country towns bus I ness practically Is at a standstill In j rainy seasons Bad roods keep tho farmers at home If the farmer had Qt thoroughfare to the village he could do his trading on days when he could do no tasks In tho fields It Is far more desirable that the farmer shouldII visit his nearest town In the rainy t season than at any other time as the commodities he has to sell command I the highest prices when rain keeps him lilt cotiIII I I the vital concern which good roads are to farmers Not only was there tho j feature of poor roads following rain but there was the every day feature I pf ruts pools and poor roadbed gen I erally Tho college board of regents named Albert Dickens to take charge of experimental rood work In Kansas Mr Dickens selected onefourth of a mile of road west of the reformatory at Hutchinson to use In tho first expert ment He reported upon the test as follows The suit ws a fair sample of the Bandyl- oam of the Arkansas vallei At the date of Its selection no rain had fallen or ten flays The wind was aWiril Inches deep Lead conilstuig ofxflfty buh U of train 5 tPl lttlNSMS HtStai W II BOWMBR President A n SKILLMAN Cashier y L nainrrooT VIcoProsldent Onus SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK OrgapjdScl 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Ufeured in every way nnd protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited Wlt = ItCHeaitIJ MBeitS9 ibNrWt 100 Visiting Cards forJ5 ccnts u r O i K KI 9 In agaZlnes i Ladies Home Journal Delineator V Argosy Munsey frrr1tlcClure Century L- to l Telephone your order tit onco for Ladies Homo Journal if yourj want one P- Ij JOHND BABBAGE 7 ir OKLAHOMA 11 rICIf you live coming to OKLAHOMA write or see ine have Coal Timber and Agricultural Lands and Town Lots FRED B EICHLING ORNEY AT LAW FORUM OKLA Kef aronco First National Bank and Bank of Commerce c I THE andfmost centrally located Fifth AVenneonly M cityttIt Only ono block from tho prlncl W I HOSTEL pal shopping district two blocks M from thu principal thuatrus lStreetcurs puss thu door to nil I m msVIlle Kyparuofthoclty neat and clean j m mPIKE CAMPBELL Mngr r i i made an exceedingly heavy load for a strong draft team A good carriage team required much urging to pull the carriage faster than a walk After the grading was completed and the roadbed was well formed where fills were required the entire road onefourth mlle In length and thirty feet wide was plowed to a depth of about four and one half Inches and thoroughly pulverized with a harrow and disk A disk set straight was run before the oil sprin kling tank to open small furrows and a harrow followed the oil sprinkling tank to thoroughly mix the soil and oil The oiling was done tho first days of October The oil was not heated The tank of COO gallons would cover about 8800 square yards once The harrow fol lowed each application When one gallon to each square yard had been appliedII the soil seemed nearly saturated depth of the plowing four and onehalt Inches After harrowing the last time a heavy float was used to smooth the surface In a week the road was sufficiently firm to allow rolling A twelve ton roller was used going over the road several times until It seemed to be thoroughly firm After a week tho road was used by all kinds of traffic It was firm but not hard A sharp shod horse left the calk marks plainly outlined but did not tear up tho toll even when driven at a quick trotOno reason for building the road In tho fall was to note the effect of freezing weather The road was not seriously at fected It seemed that the coating of soil kept the underlying soil suffi clently dry to prevent serious heaving by frostMr Dickens ended tho report by saying that the road is In good condi I tion Under his direction roads also were built near the Agricultural col lege In black loam at Maple Hill In tho Mill creek valley In soil known as gumbo at Garden City In as bad a stretch of road as can be found any where being of sand which absorbed the oil In places to a depth of sixteen Inches and the race track at Man hattan which was said to have been Improved so much that a widely known trainer of horses 0 B Mi chael terms It a first class training t track f The cost of the roads varied from 525 to 1300 a mile Mr Dickens re ported The average cost of a road eighteen feet wide three miles from the railroad delivering tho oil Is J placed by Mr Dickens at GOO I The oil used for roadmaklug purposes I embodies a quantity of asphalt I The California oil Is best for tho purpose III Texas oil ranks next with Kan 1 sas third Tho eastern olla have a base largely paraffin Thoy must bo treated and asphalt added to make them useful in roadmaklng With proper construction and the use of oil as a binder for dirt and macadam roads tho farmers virtually mllYII kayo asphalt roads past their homes declare advocates of this method of road construction nnsas City Star Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness long Qr rt palpitation Drastic physi po sIcken weakenl the bowels anoaoftt cure DoausRegu lets act gently apicl cure constipation 25 cents Ask jpur druggist Bttfcr Subscribe Today THE NEW JEWELRY Grape Effects In Brooches and Pend ants Are Very Attractive The cretonne designer wall paper manufacturer milliner nnd jeweler alike recognize the decorative value of tho grape motif and this popular fruit was never represented In a more attractive form than It has been brought I w1I onA1E Morxrs ix JEWELny out this season Its effectiveness as a millinery accessory Is shown In many of tho smartest hats of the spring while the wall paper and upholstery designer has brought out many original t effects with grape clusters as the fea turo of the decorative scheme It has remained for the Jeweler how over to utilize the grape motif 1n thu most alluring manner In white green or purple hues that exactly imitate those of nature grapes with a bit of foliage form the setting fur the dain tiest of pins brooches and pendants The golden frame for these pretty fruit designs is of the bright or the duller rose tint a faint greenish hue being Introduced occasionally when tits j grapes are of the green white malaga tInt In the accompanying sketch are shown a few of tho latest designs In grape Jewelry the pendant and brooch being especially pretty Wont Slight a Good Friend t If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares MrS A L Alley 5f Beals Me for nfter using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and lug Its oxcellnt results is my ow mi and others I am convinced it7 istUbLbeat medicine rondo for Coughs old and Lung 1 t Trouble E eryone who wles it feels r- justthl1t fway eller IIs f at onceand its quick cure nnrhlgpfj ni ForBron chitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup La jl Grippe Sore Throat pain la cheat or f1 lungs its supreme 5Qc ndJ100 s Trial bottle frem Guarantied by 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election 1908 2 00 R M Cart judge November election 1908 320 R S McCoy clerk November election 1908 2 00 H L Bruner sheriff November election lOtS 3 20 J G Brodie judge November election 1908 2 00 E lF Egart judge November election 1008 3 60 T W Stiff clerk November clec tion 11008 200 G B Cunningham sheriff Nov ember election 1108 3 6 H B Parks judge November election 1008 2 8 R D StClair judge November election 1008h 2 0 A J Dye clerk November elec tion 100S 2 00II P R Claycomb sheriff Novem ber election 1908 2 8 I JohnN Akprs judge November election 1908 2 00 L E Henderson judge Nov m ber election 1008 320 E L Bennett clerk November election 1908 2 00 Louis H Jolly sheriff Novem ber election 1008 3 20 G A Foote judge November election IgOS 2 00 Charles Blanford judge November election IgOS 3 15 R J Cain clerk November election 1008 2 00 W W Keith sheriff November election 1908 3 C C Martin judge November 15II election IgOS 3 60 WVPNorris judge November electlon1008 2 00 N B Board clerk November election 100S 2 00 W J Miller sheriff NovemberIj I election IgOS 360 TN Dyer judge November i j Icelection 1008 2 00 T L Johnson judge November election 1908 31tibA B Suter clerk November election 1008 2 00 W Gregory sheriff November election 1908 315 F Mercer judge November election 1908 3 30 ii McH Quiggins judge Novem ber election 1903 2 00 D B Carter clerk November election IgOS 2 00 George II Royalty sheriff No vember election 1908 3 30 John Alexander judge Novem ber lection 1108 200 I L Milner judge Novemberiji 05Ticeelection IgOS 2 00 1 E W Lampton sheriff Novem ber election JgOB 295 J H Hart judge November 1 election 1008 3 20 H A Cannon judge November election IgOS 2 00 C J Cntcheloe clerk November election 1903 200 Pal Garner sheriff NovemberJJ election 1003 3 20JD C J Moorman judge November 305Bember election 1908 200 J M Howard clerk November 00WCelection J908 3 05 j H F Hall judge November election 1908 3 1 5 Joe Howard judge November election 1008 2 00 D N Howard clerk November election 1008 2 00 W J Robertson sheriff Novem 15JohnApril term 100U 12 00I T M Bates justice 4 days April term 1909 12 00 H G Vesselle justice four days April term lOOg 12 00 C H Drury justice two days April term IgOg 000 J T McCamish justice 41 day April term 1909 1200 Frank Ruppert justice 3 days April term 1000 0 00 This day came Paul Compton com missioner and receiver of Breckenridge I county and filed his report as such which was referred to the settlement eDteair r l V r and ORielly Then came the said com mittee and recommended that the report be adopted and approved and ordered to record And the vote being taken thereon iit was ordered that said report bo confirmed and ordered to record And said report is in words and figures as follows to wit iTo the Honorable Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County Your commissioner and receiver for Taxes of Breckinridge county begs to make his report of the funds received and disbursed by him since the date of his last report of April 1908 Dr April 1008 To balance on hand to the credit of Sinking fund 513 86 July 15 1008 To amount re ceived of Milt Miller SBC 1408 gO AprilS 1009 The amount re ceived of Milt Miller SBC 1123 + 5 rotal u h 4135 30 Less amount paid out as shown below 2003 5l Balance on hands 1711 79 Cr Voucher 1 by amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co for 1 years interest on note No 772 57 63 2 By amount paid Mary L Roberts for bond No 18 and 1 years interest on same 520 00 3 By amount paid Mary L Roberts for bonds No 1G and 19r 1500 00 4 By amount paid Mary L 0Foberts for accrued interest on bonds No 16 and 19 to 0date of paymentuu 39 83 5 By amount paid Jno B 0Gibson Gdn for one years interest on bondNo 3 40 00 6 By amount paidIsaacNor- ton for one years interest 0on dated Feb 1 1906 for 50Q 20 00 7 By amount paid J B Gib son for one years interest on bond dated Feb 1 1906 for w 500 vjao 00 8 By amount paid Mrs Lucy E Barnes for one years in terest on bond of 500 dated Jan 31900 2000 To be Continued r I GLEN DEANE 1 Miss Eskridge And Mr John t Whitler Are Married In Owens bbroOtlier News Notes loUtS Elizabeth Mattingly is the truest Miss Jonnie Moorman this week Miss Mollie Moorman was the guestII of Miss Isabell Hendrick of Hardins urg SundaytMiss Annie Lee Bandy of Irvington i was the guest of Mrs E L Robertson last week Miss Sylvia Mattingly spent Sunday in Hardinsburg the guest of Mrs Pat DillonMrs Alex Eskridge is very ill at this writingErnest Eskridge is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Bud Berry of Axtel were here Thursday shopping Miss Katie Knoblett of McDaniels is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sanford Pool Sr Mr James Dunn and family of West Point have moved here i Mrs P E Dempster and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of Irvington Tom Walker of Tar Springs is theII guest of his sister Mrs Moss Baxterjj t Rev Father Genet was in town Fri dayIMrs A E Smith and Miss Jonnie Moorman were the guests of MissI Nancye Smith of F6rdsville last week Miss Irene St Germaine of Owens boro was here last week Miss Mable Hoskins one of our most popular young ladies is a contestant iin the European trip given by the Owens boro Messenger Heres to her hoping she will win Mrs George Philips of Vanzantji very ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Willie Pierce Miss Sadie Eskridge and Mr Johnl Whitler went to OwensbOro Monday where they were quietly married at the office of Squire Rodman They return ed home Thursday afternoon Mrs Whitler is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Eskridge and is a very pretty an popular young lady Mr Whitler i the son of Mn and Mrs Will Whitler and is a promising young man We extend to them our heartiest congratulation Bernard Morrison of Fordsville was the guest of tUss Mable Hoskins Fri day Whvaont you delight the house wifeyCy furnishing her pure and whole onte flour Your Grocer keeps it Its o Lewisport lour Subscribe Now Dr Vicente Santoni of the j Medical Faculty Paris iis L Ar r Pcruna in Hot Countries In some countries the atmosphere is a natural tonic Low temperature high altitude with an atmosphere rich in oxygen aro invigorating to the enterprisingOtherlittle oxygen and the atmosphere naturally depressing Tonics becomo almost a necessity of tho everyday life A scientific tonlo In a largo degree mitigates the untoward effect of a depressing climate A great many years ago Dr Hartman devised Pcruua Its manufacture has been under his watchful care over since To make of it a reliable and safo tonic which could bo taken any length DrlHartmanDrl are depressed by climatic influences The Price Of Wheat It has never been possible for speculators to affectfor a tons time the price of any commodity of general produc ion and consumption The excitement- in the wheatmarket a few weeks ago accompanied as it was by a rise in the price and also by a fall is no exception- to the general rule In the long run the price of any article is governed by the amount of it in the market and by the demand for it This simple elementary law of econo mics applies universally It applies when two millionaires bid against each other for the possession of a painting The man who is willing to pay the most gets it As to wheat when the price gets beyond the ability of the poor to pay they bqy corn or something else and live on that Yet of course there is temporary artificial tampering with prices in an effort to get a corner on the crop No one defends the practise The wheat situation however deserves serious attention of the country for unless there is an increase of production the price will be permanently higher than it is now In 1880 less than thirty years ago the United States produced ten bushels of wheat for every person in the country Last year it produced only seven and a half bushels Production isnot keeping pace with population The amount available for export is falling off rapidly at the same time that the demand fromi abroad is becoming more urgent There is only one possible result andi that is an increase in the price This preventedsonly by planting more acres of wheat or by making those acres already de voted to the crop yield more The Secretary of Agriculture has frequently called attention to the fall ure of farming to keep pace with theI expansion of population and to the prospect of an increase in the prosper pricedconditiosprevailsYouths Companion J C W Beckham In the turmoil of fractional politics 1 former Governor Beckham has come iin for his full share of contumely descry ed or not as foe or friend may judge but since he has entered the editorial t field promising to content himself with observation and comment our mind recurs to a statement made by one who knew him stripped all tht spit pf politics lien A James an eminent laW I n 0 RM Y Now Practicing in IB Ponce Porto Rico L SaysI iit yer and one of the attorneys for the United States in settling the Spanish war claims at the Parish conference made this comment on J C W Beck ham I taught that boy in school and 1 predicted a great future for him He was the quickest most persistent an most highly principled youth I ever met He had jib apparent fault iin school and no bad habits Paducah SUn PROGRAM For The Dewleyville District Sun day School Convention to Be Held At Rosetta Satur day May 29 1909 10 A M Devotional Exercises 1015 Welcome Address Sargent Drury 1020 ResponsePeyton Claycomb 1025 Some Suggestions for an UpTo Date Sunday School T B Hender son 1040 What The Sunday School Means to a CommunityMrs Henry Head 1055 Sabbath Observance Rev E WN Graves 1115 Reports from schools 1135 Appointment of Committees- RECESS 1 P M Devotional Exercise 115 The What And How of The Adult Bible ClassDr Mather 145 The Model Teacher Rey I W Gayer 215 The I B R Abliss Cora Mathews 230 Report Committees 300 Unfinished business and reading ofminutts Adjounment Sr C Dowell Pres LuliiParks Seo 0 v nDUKES I Items And Personal Notes Ga1h ed By The News Bright Correspondent beetQ Mrs Isaac Stow is ill Jas Harris and family of tiVhiteyf ll pen Saturday and Sunday with Jett- Bltatni y Mte T11 e tndersrgn t Dr Vicente Santoni f of the Medical Fac i ulty of Paris prac ticing inPolice Porto f Rico certifies Ihave been using r the preparation a 1 far known as Pernna for I sometime for c aQn ettarrltal3 t ofwaysShlenties eorbTh Iwill always use it in cer cases for which it is adaptedDr V Santonl Ponce P R Prescribes Pcrnna yRlosof Medicine and Surgery of tho Unto versity of Madrid honorary member of tho Faculty of Barcelona Cataluna Spain Has practiced In the hospitals bII of Paris and has been admitted to the Co bar of Porto Rico tnI hI certify that I prescribe Pornna p 1 remedy for pulmonary diseases mann salfacturedColumbus Ohio U S A and that Itlilhave been surprised results and its good pharmacologicalt formula E VIDAL y RIot r Y15 Ponce P R 5 VORev Brear of Clifton Mills filled his F all 4regular appointment here Saturday and + cat Sunday J nis Mrs B Philips and son Ivory of dai Owensboro spent several days hero ofdnt i Miss Pearl Bashum is at home after yrdit several weeks visit with Mrs Carrie Clark at Pnilpot I sot Ralph Shaw of Midway spent Sun dav here with friends r chi Ladies dont forget the 1I1stfonaryFaSociety which meets on Saturday before i pct the third Sunday in each month Letstl r have full attendance each time 7 J etflMr and Mrs Will Clark and babytefj Mrs Rosa Clark and little daughter ofbetPhilpot spent several days last weekcotwith J H Basham and familyors seeMrsi from Hardinsburg where she has beBrwetakingplaceHerbert Harman of Breckenridge trcounty visited relatives here Sunday Th Messrs Hilous Basham Will andsuHorace Clark spent Saturday at the Tar SpringsXJt 4etMiss1 1rlEddielSundaySundayMrs i Eula Milburn and little son JA Ir Why ttyou delight the housewife by furnishing her pure and wholesome eve Sufiewisport flourII HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES r Regular Homeseekers excursions to wf the South and Southwest on April 6to 44 20 May 4 and 18 Juno 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug S and i7 Sopt17 and 21 1 4 Grand Oct 5 and 10 of So 300 Clovorport to Louisville amid return June JJ fl 4 5 on account ofUmntt inlGool18 r Tlrtitandof The United Confederate Veteransjjif ex Reunion Good to return June 14twof 300 Louisville and return from Chirl 4 iai verpbrt June 5 137 8 ana the mornin ot June gtfton account of Mystic Surf rundeod t6 return June 17 wk C1o4erporfe QSeattJeal1dre turn on account of the AUgkpYjakoti Pacific Expoiition Jj 0- 0 G j r i