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The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, June 9, 1909. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1909 brc1909060901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, June 9, 1909. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jI J T = Ikik i1LBRECKENRIDGE NEWSPPIJu J i Ji 1 1 d4 ie L C IJ iSVOQBlU UlSWJIr1tiJItIALLTHEJ NEWSI T H A4SFITrT O I P t R I N T iCHj iIIoIntJjJilLO C 10 ftU I t I j r 11 QE lf illJ I CLiDVeRirdfetKENtOCKyrWBDSfeSAM JNE 9 1909 8 Pates t- IJ gf1fi II i I I j I r h Li llMU11EN J SUIMONEQ I rw-I KKII I II Knowr Alftfo cloverpo1II I Dies After yn fjf I l v Eighteen lontiis rf rJI J SATURDAYhI jt j Vm H Mullen died at his home iri fe west End l1cist Friday His death I 4 is due to a complication of diseases iR iMullen came to Kentucky whorl 110 years of age and settled fti jflenrldge counywJiero he had lived q tlQtl1nel isdetfiJHo had any friends hero and was a successful Y farmer i He was born in Rbanoke Va Feb 7I BA He married Miss Cassie Sanders nw67 He is survived by MrsltutI 1 1eli and the following children Mrjsji ennie McAfee Irvington Mrs Honey i Meager of this city Mrs Stella Rey I olds of Marshall Texas George Mul l euof this city and Wm Mullen xi 4 1 IShawnee Oklahoma 1The funeralVas onau ted from tile i 4l I residence The ser vere beautifully- conclucted by the Rev James T Lewis j The interment took place in Cloverport cemetery V iJiJcouNTYi SEAT NEWS Many Interesting Items PersonalI Notes of People Marriages r I Births Deaths School J News and Other ji Things I i tdJaslto Marriage IIcenswHiSaLied Combs and AquaMay L sUe who wore married at Stephehsport tJ vt 1104 j xJ Henry Harned and daughters Lizzie and Myrtle of Oklahomai are spending this week with Mr and Irs John Alexander after which they wfrkpjtend soy t csti go XT i jPfc Until the decision iis ijiiade bytheI Court of Appeals upon the constitution ality of the nSV school1awId cop1 acts can be let for building cepairingr or fur nishing school houseSiTlievcleQlsion isI daily expected Joel Pile with his Sunday School class of eight or ten bright boys are camping nt tho Falls of Sinking this week spcu Ydil1S their time in test and fishing4 Phillip Noel of Guston is here for some time for uiedicaLtreatment tijceGen D R Murray has beenI chosen secretary of the Breckenridge Fair Association nctivity marks the i preparatory work for a record breakingr throc days date Prof Wm M Martin who has beenI teaching in Owensbothand who has been retained by Supt Allen of Daviess I county as one of the institute instruct IJora at Owenibqro this summer has been 4 secured as the third instructor in the Breckenridgeinstitute July 5 9 His feyork will be in Physiology Sanitation I xffid Physical in which subjects he is a alist tjJtMiss Francis Smith came home Thursday from Elizabethtown for her summer Vacation iwArthur Board was hero last week to lie his sister Mrs C E Has well iMr and lIrs M H Beard spent bycrat daya st week in Louisville jUliss AnnieUewisWhitworth is the litest of Miss Mary Emma Baker1of oil tertown Miss JeunieGreen of Ealls of Rough fcvas the guest of MrsiM H Beard1 jBday r 00i Miss Louise Moormanof GJendeane liS spending the week with Mrs DRi MurrayTh Ir I Mr N Watlington and daughters were at Union Star Sq day thc guests v of relatives f Mfss Tola C Daniel left Friday for GrSuyJlile tQ attend thecinnttal mjetinff I of the Womans Foreign Missionary i SocIetyi r whlclLsh Is secr tijrYJ T Competitive examination for appoint ment to the State University at Lex Ington vilLbe held hre on Krldayj June 18 continuing Saturday if necessary This county uuder the new tIVL Js en titled to two appointees each year The exal111 ti jSbpenrto all i persons1 between fourte i and weqty four years of age TheexanUnation is upon Arith tnetlgl and English Grarrjirjar in each aI siuch as 8Oprcerntniust be made Lan granyvandI jii B History In T Qlcltt Pr5 per etnu t be me Only theMtar subjects are embraced Q 0 I Appointed ilrebntltlod to free1 tuitidrl Amil matrieulatfort fees joritfent fuel lights and tray I1g expenses fftla nuuiyyeflrs ns fishdcess ry far them to graduate I MackBrown la at home forthe sum nVer after a1 god years work lu thd State University ht IJeiicirigfon Russell Comptonof Gnrfl eetwhIiis just home from theStae University was hero Saturday Mrs Lizzie McGary has returned from a throe mouths visit in Louisville 1 On account of Childrens Day services nttheM1E church Sunday there will be no preaching in town unt111lghtt Misses Gallic Pile and Carrie Hayes of Mook were in town Friday Miss Hayes and her sister Miss Lena have lately returned from Oklahoma where they taught last winter Charley Whitwbrth nearly 40 years of age after a continued illness died Sat urday morning at his home at Garfield and was burled at the Garfield graveyard j Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock tho services beiugi conducted at tho Baptist I church by Revs Morefield and Comptou The deceased was a farmer a good citizen a consistent Christian and a men ber of the Baptist church His it surviveslm0IMrs F T Petty and two children of Huntsville Alabama came last week to visit J W Guthrie After a short visit Mrs Petty went to Detroit Mich where she and her husband are attending meeting of the Woodmen of the WorldI They will return hero for a two weeks visit IMr and Mrs Web Williamson arrived i Monday They will bourd until a house i can be secured when they will go to housekeeping They were married in Louisville May 29 Mr Williamson is connected with the Democrat of this city Dr W A Walker dtdfamilyj are tlie guests ot Dr and Mrs J H Walker of BewleyvilloS hh- IMrsC L Board and children San ford and Percival andTMiss LHHant atc j in Louisville for several days J Mr and Mrp Hi 11 Beard are injj Louisville for several days Mrs Nora McGillpf BigiSpringi VyiiSlF HiiSi canlalaftAveipic Ip see her ststeEi JV UsT J r rnrct E riosweir IMrs Emma Eskridge of Louisville in visiting Mrs C E Hasweih Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe are Ibeing congratulated upon the arrival of n sou Robert Wickllffe on Saturday Junes Mr and Mrs Will Watkins and MrJ ard Mrs Tm Watkins of St Joseph Mo were here Thursday to visit their sister Mrs Manie Moorman Considerable excitement was caused Sunday morning at late breakfast time by two of the airships which ie Indian apolis the day before passing within good view of town However they werq so distant that is was impossible to know anything definite concerning them Ior their applicants Not so however at Garfield where their nearness to the earth enabled them to inquire their whereabouts and to drop an information blank to be filled and returned to In diauapolis Roy Moorman is in Louisville this week attending the Shriners meeting John Flood has purchased a half in1 terest in the livery stable and the Arm name is now Sheeran and Flood Mr Bertram of Eastern Kentucky is here visiting his daughter Mrs Is alah Cline I Mrs Withers clas will give their nni nun musical recital Friday evening June 11 at 8 cclock Mrs Lydia Payne1wife of GOo W Payne of Harnd died at seven oclock Monday evening after a protracted ill ness Her surviving children are Mrs LoueUa Davis Mrs On Payne HitesI Run Mrs Garden of Guston Miss Virginia and Clifton M who are atl present at Bowling Green Why Irtrt you delight the housewife by fuMlfsbiug her pure anjd wholesome flou Your grocer Keeps it Its the g4wisport flour VISIT STUDIO Mrs Staniford Gives a tpKjia Invitation to SjirineMand I i 3 n Visitors S Iiii The photograph gallery P- Stanifordon 01 ijrs Fourth Avenue Iin Ipviisji yille is opened to all v1itorsiitlio cityt thiweek Anyone wishing to havei photographs made will bo well justified 1in goiqg to Stanlford StudipMrs4 Stanif oVds work is nigh class artld I and beautiful tf J 0 u CUTS THROAT VlTH PAPER kNIt Robert RidgevvayA FarmerI Near West Point Attempts Suicide Chance to Recover rtt West Point Ky June 8Spectal Rolert Ridge wuy a farmer 40 years oldl living across Salt River from this place i attempted suicide to dav by cutting his with a paper knife He seyercdl his windpipe and also came near cutting his jjiiglar vein Dr Prewitt was called in the nick of time and after taking about twentyfiveI stitches in the mans wounds and stopI ping the flow of blood be regained conI sciousues9IRidgeway has been in ill health for some timeand brooding over his health is thought to be the cause for his rash act Chances are considered good for his recovery Ho has a wife and four cVilldotTand is said to be in easy circura lceS SHOWBOAT COMING MONDAY NIGHT 0The Sunny South floating thea tre with a big musical comedy entitled A Merry Widow also ten all star vaudeville acts will appear at the wharf Monday night Artists of acknowledged ability have been secured to play the parts which is a guarantee of a strictly firstclass per formance A large chorus of dainty pretty girls singing choice musical numbers go to make a show which cannot fail to please the people and the equal of any production in large theatres It has always been the endeavor of Markles SunnySouth to give the best shoW on the ivr an thfe show this year should please one and all Street parade in the morn lug and freebncqnptt v WftitOr tne hpySQuth at the river Mon day niglit Jpneh4 fir Iqir Wm I J p Babbitge Oloverportj Ky Sir Inclosed find 50 cents rot which you please send me thef flews for six monthsiIt seems nat though we cant get along without the Newsr for through it we can get all the pews from the old Port Mrs G Agnew Elgin Okla Gus Reidelt Secures Position Gus Reidel who has just graduated from the State University at Lexington with high honors leaves this week for Berwick Pepwhere he has accepted a position with the American Oar and Foundry 01No finer young man ever left Cloverport and the News bespeaks for hinya splendid future 11oiis capable honest sober industrious and not afraid of work and is bound to succeed Miss Keith Here JI J l 7 t Keith arrWcd- at thelidme fMraziUIIriJ Proctor Keith yesterday morning and was given a glorlouswelcome Her par cuts are deigi ted Robert Wickliffe Kincheloe Dr and Mr John Kincheloe are cpmpletely charmed with the young man who arrived at their hpme ini Hardlnsburg Saturday The son willi be christened Robert Wickliffe Kin cheloe Miss Maynie B Sawyer Mr and MtsJoe Sawyer are receiv ing congratulations over the arrivall of their second daughter Miss Mayme Bannon Sawyer The little girl prqniises to be as popular and charm ing as her sister Miss Jane Lamar Sawyer Demo rat Co mmitte Meeting the BreckenrIdge County Democratic Committee is hereby called tp moot the Court House in Hardinsburg Mon day June 14 1009 nt oueoclock p m for the purpose of fixing the time pln atid manner of naming the Democratici nominees for the county offices to bet elected in Npvj mjer lOOp All Democrats interested in the wefP fare of the party are urgedto attend this meetipgi dnyts withi the committee pnr h T J1IIo reCMirm nI 4 Ed Dillon crtar t I 1ii Tno4wxi FQXDFA ltIl J Iit i 1ff 1 I r rq Tile Best Known Sunday SchoolI 1 a Alan theStateAn2 i f ft140 Ii Expert Vorkerr A H I Iifl J Mrt E A Fox general secretary ofr tile Kentucky Sunday School Ass cln tin and Presideut of the International11 Sunday School State Secretaries As sociation died at his home in Louisville etijly last Sunday morning INearly six weeks ago he was taken suddenly Illat his office in the Louis vine1 Trust Company building He was taken in a carriage to his home and a physician wns summoned Mr Fox grew gradually worse and three weeks dgofa consultation of physicians was held Last week hope was practically abln dolled aud Mr Foxs elder son KdzaV L Fox was called home from Datjvllle where he is a student All the menShsrs of the family were at the bed side when tho end came Since his removal to Louisville eleven yearsI ago Mr Fox had been connected wits the State Sunday School work in Lotlsvl11e In that time he had his of fi1siu j that city but his work as gen erJsecretarywast such that much of bisjimo was speut in traveling about thetState Threayears ago Mr Fox was a dele gate to the International Sunday School1 Convention in Rome Italy While hew abroad he traveled extensively thr ugh Europe and took pictures for steftopticon views Upon his return to the United States he prepared a series of Itsotutes and used the views in con a 1n yith delivering them I 4 Was known throughout the country j i4ore5tant religIousclriles His work wairofr such an exceptionally high char actor that it commanded the attention audaclthirajon pf the Internationalj Sunday ji9workers Mr Fox W S- Ian expertjfu lila line of labor aud lie had a wonderful amount of initiative power and creative and executive abil ityHC as the author of several books on 8flay Schoolwork and his texts an the subject are regarded all staiilrt J1Vo Was a feember o- ftpdt f i ich add PII tfmebis tera1dra us19o charities have made the heartsoftlie reciplentaglad Mr Fox was well known In this county whef he has done a wonderful work fir the Sunday Schools death will sadden ithe hearts of his many coworkers in the Sunday School His remains were buried in Cave Hill1 Cemetery Mond- ayFOREST WILKERSON Former Clovtrport Man Dies of Apoplexy in Brooklyn New York Friday Mrs Adell Hambleton received a telegram stating the death of Mr Forest Wilkerson He died off apoplexy Thursday at his home in Brooklyn N Y IrWl1kersou formerly lived at this place and was a member of one of the oldest and most prominent families in tins town In late years he went East where he attained much success in business just a few months ago he was hereto attend the funeral of his mother I The deceased is survived by brothers John and Lynn and three sisters Mrs Etta Evans Mrs David Stancliff and Mrs Chas Va field Tucker Nation 4 E B Tucker age about 70 and Jennie Nation age 23 came down from Breckenridge ounty Saturday and were married by Squire N H Bruner On account of the great difference in the age of the contract ing parties they attracted a great deal of attention Hancock Clarion FLOWERS STREWN K of P and Modern Woodmen itO cprat Graves of De ceased Brothers- e Decoration Day was observed here Sunday by the various Igdges with an appropriate program of exercises at the cemetery i L The members of the K qf P A 0 U W and Modern WjRodmen of Arneiica n arched tq the cernerery and decorated the graves of their deceased fellow lovdg men SHOW BOAT i SATURDAY NIGHT Frenchs Boat Will Present an Up tODate Entertainment With Best Perrormers Ever Seen Here Saturday night Frenchs New Sensation tho oldest and one of the best showboats on the river will be at the land ing Saturday night Frenchs show needs no introduction to the amusement lovers of Cloverport as it has been mak ing this place tor many years and has gained the reputation of presenting a clean uptodate entertainment This year the management has spared neither time nor money in obtaining the best performers ever seen on the riveril 25000I That is The Size of The Company Just Organized in This Town 1 They Are Going After Gas And i Oil in Large Quantities I1I LOOKS GOOD FOR CLOVERPORT The KentuckyIndiana Natural GasS 011 Company of Cloverport has justp been incorporated under the laws of Kentucky wUhn capital of 25000 This is the company which hasrecently purchased the local gas plant and which I is now engaged in reequipping the plant They have over 10000 acres of land under lease for oil and gas lying in and around Cloverport and it is their intention to drill several wells this sum mer both for gas and oil Mr Otto G Tague President of the Company in talking with a representative of the News yesterday said that theCompany has ordered new casing for the well at the mill which now bna t presstireof over 70 poundsand ar oou r- I I A IOrltif LM s Vs Jtt J posltioTthlsy vtftufti bS fn po itiyn to j erye gas to practically the entire city at lleast that portion of which is now piped and that they expected to lay spipe lines to the hill and other portions of the city this summer and drill new welts so that by next winter Cloverport will undoubtedly be enjoying the old time luxury of natural gas Mr Tague further stated that the main object cf the company is to develop enough gas to enable them to pipe it to Owensboro and way points including Hawesyille Canuel ton Tell City Lewisport arid Rockport tliat the only i question that was yet to be solved is whether the supply of gas is sufficient to warrant this investment but that he thought that there is yet to be foundI the main deposit of gas and that beforet the iiummer far advanced hh company t will have developed one of the greatestt tr gas fields in the entire country In proofr of this he called attention to the long life of the wells which have been drilled and taken care of and stated that heI thought the large1 body of undrilled ter ritory which his company has rforj lease will provide gas in enormous quantitiesThe company will also make order that the I some deep drillings in lower strata may be tested for oil Both 0Mr Tague and his father Mr James Tague who is associated with him oil men of many years experience they both stated with great earnestness that they believe an oil field is inevit able Mr Tague called attention to the fact that the latest oil field to be developed in this vicinity is Oakland City Ind and that this pool and that at Princeton lad are the only impor tant extensions of the great Illinois oilfields ever discovered and that Clover port is only 42 miles from the Oakland City pool and in a direct line with it It goes without saying that we wish for the new Company all the good luck and success possible for we know that something of this kind would up the greatest thing that could happen to Cloverport and that the discovery of oil would make our city the most important city iin this section of the country the other hand the developement of what we know is herethe gas field will do a great deal to help boost the town for a plentiful supply of natural gas we should be in position to get isome new nmnufacturingindustries and to make our city more attractive for air concerned I Why dont you delight the house wife by furntflhlng her pure and VJSOfl1C flour Your grocer keeps JJrT Its the Lewisport flour i t c iVICTORIA d II t Funeral of Mrs Nancy Pate Wilt rI3BLeft Twentysix Grand i 1c11Jlifrenf tf frIireatGrandr P I sr v children Farmers have planted their tobacco Mrs Lucy Rice and children dttended church at Cave Spring Sundnij Mr Richard Pate has returned toihis home JMaceo after a few days visit to relativesWhy dont yp delight the housewife by fIshing her mire and wholesom our Your Grocer keeps Its tnc the Lewisport flour E T Pate was a guest of his uncle Pate near Tar Spriugs Saturday night Mrs Nancy Pate widow of Lorenzo Dow Pate died May 16 Age 81 years month and 4 days She leaves the following children Richard Pate Macco C Pate Cloverport Mrs T if Bates E T Pate and Mrs Harriet Mcbvcrn Pisgah Mrs Annie Tucker and John Pate near Cloverportr and- a son inlaw Aleck Robbins of Okla homa 26 grandchildren 5 great grand children a host of friends The remains were buried at the Pisgah burying rwhere there was a large crowd The funeral will be preached by the pastor of Pisgah church the first Sunday in July She was loved by all jro MRS ELLA GREGORY h 1 Will Make Race for C untYSupiI erintendent of Public Schools t J hin4 X J It is with much pleasure that the an- nOUnceriient that Mrs Ella Gregory isi 1 take a deeper st pin aelrooivbs k 1- c t h Ii o1 fft f 11 rsJGfeghry announces t mt a twiIL1 k 1I make the race for County Superinten dent of Schools in Meade county Eor several terms Mrs Gregory1 taught In the Cloverport Hit School and her work was most 8nt sftictpryv She understands thoroughly the educational questions and is well qualified to fill the office she so richly deserves COMING MONDAY I The Sunny South is coming with bIgger and lietior show than ever i preentiug a highclass musical cpmedv composed r f thirty star actors arid ac tresses The Sunny South under the management of VK Markle hastthe reputHtion of bring tbe blest sh oon the river Elect Officers At the regular meeting of Brecken i ridge Lodge No 61 K of P Monday night the following officers were elected the ensufrigsisraonlbs J Tr Lewis C CJ C Epley V C J P Keith Prel i C O Berry M WJJ A Black M A j W A Roil 1 G C G1 Bra brandt 0 G- Waits To Hear Fronrilome an1Breckenridge News Dear SlrI will write you asking you to send me the Breckenridge News for a year I will send you one dollar and if that is not enough write and let me know I left there 5 years ago and conic AVest and have been following gold mining in Nevada and want to hear the news from my county so will close hoplngto hear from you soonAs ever yours very truly George W Jourdan Golcouda Nev May 31 t BASEBALL V nThe Cloverport Greys defeated the strong Blue Bell nine of near Hardins burg at the local park Sunday afterV noon by the score of 36 to 11 000 The Cloverport colored nine suffered defeat atthe lianas of he JTf esvllle team Sunday by the score of 22 to 9 Strayed 1 i frpra home biilter pups w with brown spots name Dick ward if returned to Allen Pitrce li a t r iA NOVELTY fOR A BAZAAR A Fruit and Vegetable Stand of the Typical Irish Kind OLD APPLE WOMAN PRESIDES The Stand U Stocked With Real Imitation and Surprise Wares The Idea Partakes Somewhat of the Nature of a Grab Bog If you are planning a fair for some favorite charity why not try as a novelty a fruit and vegetable stand pre sided over by an old apple woman of the typical Irish kind One of the girls of course Impersonates the ap A FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STAND pie woman and she should be a girl who Lies some ability at brogue and reparteeFor costume she should wear a voluminous checked gingham skirt and waist a small nlnlcl nhnwl ninn wi I across me onest ana either n big round starched white cup or a straw poke bonnet A clay pipe In the mouth will add much of realism to the make up and a big red cotton umbrella is a most picturesque addition to tho out fit thp open umbrella behind anti over tho npple womans head being a tine background for a pretty face For the stand a regular pushcart Is the best thing and should bo hired or borrowed But If this Is not practica ble a good imitation may be made of n plain kitchen table rather low with a little rim a couple of inches high standing up nil around the edges The whole stand should to be really correct be painted green Tho stand must be supplied with real fruit and surprise fruit and Im itation fruit It partakes somewhat of tho nature of a grab bag Ordinary brown paper bags should be used to wrap the purchases- As to the articles to bo sold the plan best followed would bo to divide the stand into three sections one for real fruit and nuts and candies one for im itations and one for the surprises The imitations are easily contrived Balls of orange colored string are to be piled up like oranges banana shaped pincushions of yellow silk are made stuffed with wool wadding cot ton wadding will do emery cushions In the form of strawberries and rad ashes tomnto and cucumber pincush ions and thimble holders made of Eng lish walnut shells opened the meat taken out and tiny holes burned through the shells by a redhot hair pin n narrow ribbon being slipped through these holes to tie the two halves of tthe shell together These fruits should be piled as neatly as are the real ones a stick with a placard at the top announcing the price of each variety IANNUAL MEETING I IIIII Southern Railwayi- s I I AshevilleIthe shortest line to IVery thisI thisltifl1lior write me I J Ce BEAM Jr A G P A I ISTLOUIS MO I c = I RURAL TELEPHONES HJtI Mr Farmer arc you interested 1 If so call on theillkj manager of tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph jj Company mid have him explain the special Far 4 knulls Line rate W k CUMBERLAND TElEP 0IncorporatedI 0I R r er r3rryi 37 c 3raasrr ar3 Real Estate Department Do you ivantlto buy a farm or Imsinces i If you do you rutty find just what you need in this department If you arc interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write nsat once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to tho man who has the very property you are looking for productivenandDo You Want to Sell your faim or business If you want cash for your property send price und description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together fdl onablingbuyersJno D Babbage Sales 6000 A YearVflwoI room cotgtgo on Murray Avonuo Uontll for Sa per month A splendid business stand store 1750iss acres on Ilardlnsburg house stock of goods goodwill etc ot Sinking road 2 miles uud Annul sales 5000 to 6000 a year from andaPost office iin connectionI which pays and beech timberaboutrailroad station on the branch HereIlhauledIl either by water or rail Limestone can bo is a fine opportunityI for a man withI lobuccoid bottom roll Pl and ySyeff ILnUuslnessJNO D BABBAGE Clovorport Kypon SALEA farm contalnlngSoOacrcsand 1 Otn 352 acros on Hurdlnsburg andall under tOIlCO A nlco cotta o cf live withxfrom Sample Improvomonts two onestoryono about good stock barns I peactiblacksmlihi 130 acres under cultivation and pasture l tlall kinds ot small fruits Including a nlco acres tn tlmlliJr white oak black oak beechvinyard ot cholccst grapes 1200 acres cleared and sugar tree all good size Plenty ot good btlanco In woods II acres fu grass soverar water the year round One third cash and groves or black locust sufttclont for posts tc good oasy terms on balancewiremholr whole farm In It lies near Kkroc k St L 11 11 price Is S3000 o- t6001fJ acres situated IK miles from long and etsy payments lnn1ft flog house J rooms I Rood cistern 1 burn pOR SALEA splendid stand for auB0x46 feet l novortlilltng sprlujt two ponds physician In u Rood town surrounded This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 by Rood prosperous farmers This Is just stepIf retirei1 1 16 out It fa gcod land and la Rood fix Just the Mars address JNO D BARRAGE Olover t I farm for u mILD with a small fatally port Iy- p r 9A M r w S- Y OPERATION HER ONLY CHANCEW- asCured by LydiaEPink hamsVegetableCompoundAdrian misery from a female weakness and disease and I could not stand more than a minute at a time My doctor said an operation was the only chance I had and Idreaded it almost as much as death Ono day I was reading how other women had been cured by Lydia V Pinkhatnfl Vege and table CompoundII it Uoforo I had taken ono bottle I was better and now I am completely curedLENA V HENRY Route No 3 Adrian Ga Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly halfhearted existence missing three fourths of tho joy of living when they can find health in Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Tor thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female ills and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled withsucli ailments as displacement ilflammation ulceration fibroid Jrfmors irregulari ties periodic pahjdTbackache indiges tion and nor s prostration If you J o the slightest doubt that Ly a T Plllclaams Vegetable JPonipouml will help you writoo Mrs Piiilchnm at Lynn Mivfc for advice Your letter wiUr be absolutely confidential and the advice free For the surprises there are many devices An orange may bo quickly made of the proper shade of cambric cut in four pieces the shape of n quarter of an orange skin and stitched to gether or it may be even more simply made though with a less lifelike look by cutllnga circle of nine or ten inches diameter and drawing up the edge with n needle and thread run around in long stitches about half an Inch from edge to edge Each of these oranges will contain some little thing such as would be put in a grab bag The articles a doll a china dog a little dish some can dles or whatever may be found avail able should be wrapped in tissue pa per and then in cotton batting in a ball and stuffed inside the oranges A Japanese Novelty- A charming little novelty from the cherry blossom land Is the well bucket hanging basket The chief convenience of this innovation is to the person who waters the household plant but its artistic aspect Is for nit It consists of two pretty little pot tery buckets suspended from a pulley Each may be pulled very low for wa tering while the other goes up Also from the country of the almond eyed Is a new soft green dull pottery known as mldorl ware fashl ned in the most artistic shapes teapots candlesticks Jugs jars bowls vases From Japan too are little candle lamps They resemble a real little lamp base shade and all but burn only candles Partners by Mutual Tastes It Is n happy plan to pair off the men and girls who will go In to dinner or play a game together according to a similarity of tastes For example the hostess makes out a list of modern novelists typewriting each name on two separate slips Each set of slips Is dropped Into a different basket One basket Is passed among the men tho other among the girls and each person selects his favorite author Thoso who agree In liking the si mi one are partners The names of n i els und the titles of popular sons tljj poems can hn utilized In the same wnv i A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash WHS saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an ex pert doctor here Then paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lungssyfecHlist in Spo kane who did not bplp me Then I went to California Ihpt without benefit At last I used Dr Ifmgs New Discov ery which coral etely cured me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs Bud colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Her First Chance How long has she been talking to thecrowdTwo stopStopchancelCleveland There arejtnauy imitations of De Wilts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the oritJbal Be sure you get DeWitts Cu olized Witch Hazel Salve when youJtsk for it It is good for cuts burns tmd bruises and is especially good for Piles Sold by all druggists ROYAL MAIDS When They With to Marry They Must Do the Proposing When n reigning queen Is to be mar ried she must lie the one to broach the subject first to her future consort The sumo rule holds good with regard to nil roynl Indies who marry com moners The late Queen Victoria hus told how she managed to put the question to Prince Alberthow she first showed him Windsor and Its beauties and the distant landscape and then galaI t All this may ho yours The queen of Hol land on u like occasion simplyI sent ti sprig of white heather begging Prince Henry to look out Its meaning In n book of flowers and their meanings The Duchess of Argyll took the fol lowing means of proposing to tho Mar quls of Lome She was about to attend a state ball and gavo It out that she would choose as her partner for till first dance the man she intended to honor She selected tho marquis who subsequently became her husband But perhaps the most Interesting of all ways chosen was that of the Duel psa of Klfc She tool till earl ns he then was to n drawer mind showed hIm Its content There lie snw n mrnber of trifles ho timid given her nt different times Including sprigs of several kinds of flowers now dead he had picked for her nt various tinges He was much Impressed at the sight nor did It require words on her part to make her meaning plainLondon Answers Sometimes youmay be told that there are other things just as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills That Isnt so Nothing made is AS good as De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills for nny ailments of t mid or butler which always rttfT in weak back backache rhsuuiqWE pains rheumatism and urinary disojners A trial of De Witts Kidney an II Bladder PiPs is sufficient to convince you how good they art Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They nre sold here by nil drug gists Domestic Economy Nora was that the coal mnn I saw making lovo to you yesterday even Ingz Yes maam but I ope maam Does be love you very much Nora 1 B says e does maam Devotedly T Yes man in Well you tell him that unless ho gives us better weight than he has been doing we shall get our coal else whereLondon Illustrated Bits Better Subscribe Today I THE WORLDSGREATEST PARK RlYenriew Chicagos Dulling Fairyland of Amusement Derice To BOO Chicago at play dne must go to Blvenrtow Great cities are attractive la gay moods and the metropolis on tin disportIngThe Roman hippodrome cannot be com pared with this great park either la magnitude fabulous Investment or at tendance Frequently 2COOOO men women and children are within the enclosure of the vast and beautiful resort Instantly after one enters tho white masonry of mystlfiedpavlllionsof Cairo ball parks casinos water chutes cascades electric launches minia ture railways Wild West Shows aerial coasters menageries Japanese pagodas and open air concerts by tho worlds tin est bands Blvervlow is a festival city with Its chimes of bells peals of organs roar of trains cooling swish of waters dashing ao j stringedinstruments hymnalstoof rifles and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations of a million birds and animals jubilee singing shouto and laughter and sounding above all the majestic strains of Bohumlr Kryls great bandIts Chutes cascades GOO foot In mid air spray crystal waters in continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend in clouds of mist dashing downward until they skim tho surface of tho lako lash Ing Its transparent waters Into foam Laughter and shouts of delighted pas sengers accompany tho musical murmur of tho falling cascades In a thrilling Wild West cowboys and Indians exhibit feats of broncho rid ing Tho biblical story of Babylon Is en acted by 1000 young men and women In the classical costumes In DIg Ottos Animal Jungle Miss Dixie young pretty and fearless enters a den of lions Jaguars panthers and wildcats Sho seizes tho Jaws of a Nu bian lion forces them open and thrusts her head between great teeth that gleam dangerously against lice white throat A naval battlo between tho Monitor ana Morrlmao tho Kyfhauson tho mountainous retreat of Empcrdr Bar barossa and Paul Reveres ride aro his toricalCamels and elephants boar laughing children In a Flea Circus tiny Insects hippodrome circle and Riant swings motor and sub marino boats deep sea divers live whales skating rinks velvet and aerial coasters mechanical minstrels Thou sand Islands waterways Japanese tea gardens Chlneso pavllllons double whirls and endless delightimparting devises form streets pikes plalsancos courts and waterways Blvervlew an emerald forest under an opalescent eky glistens with a silvery river and sclntlllant diamond lakes At night this veritable fairyland ads of lights that whirl an flashand throngsAnever conceived i Q OLD CADIZ Once Richer Than London Its Chief Business typw Is Salt Of Cadiz Do Amlcls snhtlIt Is best described by writing the word whiter with n white pencil on blue paper Under tho noonday sun seen from the lofty Torro dc VIgIa the mediae- val watchtower in the center of the city Its buildings aro dazzling and al most encircled by the blue sea A long narrow Isthmus like the stem ot- a pipe Ileads from San Fernando on the mainland Cadiz rests on tho bowl of tho pipe yesa pure white meer schaum without coloring though 3000 years old- Americans may Justly regard this now decadent place with compassion because It grew to greatness by its commerce with the now worldwhile Spain ruled the AmerIcasand then fell awny into decay on the loss of the western possessions- It was great before Rome was found ed And ns late ns1770 It was wealth ier than London Commerce has ever bpcn Its life Today its chief busi ness Is the lproduction of salt for export This humble staple evaporated in countless shallow lagoons in wide spreading marshes still lkeeps Cadiz in touch with the new world as most of the salt Is shipped to South Amer tea The natives pronounce Cadiz with z silent and n very broadCadl That lips always been Its name with slight variations Its Phoenician and Tyrlan founders called It Gadlr a cas tle of fastness The Romans called it Grades Time Arabs had it Kadis Detroit NewsTribune Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper aro the ivy of many who might be like them A Weuk sickly woma will be nervous a Iud irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show 111 tfcUl jT blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Et ttI Bitters vork won ders They regul e ijtomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure great smooth velvety skin lovely complex on Many charming women owe their healthand beauty to them 50c at Severs Drug Co His Little Joke It was Just two years after their weddingGeorge she said romantically as she gazed at the fantastic pictures the red coals formed do you remember our courting days George laughed teasingly No my dear I do not She looked up with a hurt expres sionGeorge do you mean to sit there and say you do not remember our courting days Why I am shocked at your coldness No dear I do not remember our courting days because only night watchmen have to do their courting in the daytime But I do remember our courting nights and they were de lightful pet But she said he was too horrId for anything Chicago News All the good qualities of E sCream Balm solid are f und In Liquid Cream n lm which is Jntendeu for use iin atomizers T a it is i w tfderful remedy for Nasal tar It proved by an- everIncreasing a j testimony It doss not dry ou n rasp the teoder air passages icjurays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the dis ease Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks All druggists 75c in eluding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Delawares Circular Boundary Tho northern boundary line of Dela ware is circular because tho charter given to Penn states that Pennsylvania was to be bounded on the east br the Delaware river from twelve mlles distant north of Newcastle town until the three and fortieth degree of north latitude and that time southern bound ary was to be a circle drawn at twelve miles distant from tho town o Newcastle northward and westward until tho fortieth degree of north lati tude and then by a straight line west ward This makes a circular bound ary for northern Delaware unavoid able and the facts above set forth ex plain a geographical curiosity that has puzzled many students Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salvo olnt ment lotion or balipxitfc compare wfth Buoklens Arnij Saly It fio ODe perfect heals of Cyins Burns Bruises Sores ScalprBoils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For sore eyes Cold Sores chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Severs Drug Co t i L ctPureGuaranteed 151 Every OarL aver em 1 PlantfrihouUlcsttlomperloriucriuufOtr Northern Grown seed syis us OFFEU I we FOR will tend 10 CENTSII loreIpkgeonyTeutoi III21Ie tcIiiii 11IfI i pr nr Ind yecc v V nbo i 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our opinion free whether an CommunJcRotlonl patentsPatentcharlie In tb- oScpifici American Ahnndjmnoly weekly Largest elr cuiatlflirof any aclentiaa Journal Terms t3 a yoMjpFour months L Bold by all newsdealer JN Co3B1Broadft New York ranch Office 6251 stWashington D Co l i 4 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No US Dally Fast Train leaves Clovornort I PointStitesT25A A- lNoI42ailyMail anCllxpressleaves Clo verport 10107 A M stops at all way stations arrives Loulsvlllrf 1258 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Ole vcrport 458 pm stops at all way stations atLouisville oi1utJonWEST BOUND accommodationleaves istltonsfleaves No 141 Dally fast mall and express OwensboroStanley fSt Louis Train No 143Mull and Express dally ar v rives Olaverport 748 p m Evansvlllo 1035 Jtp m 8 JOps at all stations No 1 45 dally St Louis fast tralnleaves Olo AlitIiaweavalesChair cars on trains 141 143 143 144 between sleoplngcars andStFordsville Branch EASTBOUND loavesFordsvUle sam jTrain No 4 JtJally except Sunday leaves p 5t9omTrain NJro Sunday only Fordyjplo700 a m Irvington 935 a m M WEST BOUND leavesiIrIp rain No5 Dn11p leaves Irvington 7Off p arrives Fordsvl1lel016 p m 1 DR W M CASPER DENTIST A loverport every Wednesday and Thurs day at Dr Llshtfoots Office H DeH nOORMAN 1Attarney at Law jflARDlNSBURd KY WUUiffactlce his profession in all of the adjolnlngcountieattontlonflven i J cases License ractlco InUnlted States District Courts vfflce over Bank ot Hardinsburg w i I 0- JIf 1r w Oriental Gold Pill deedjustLaV188d Pills Safe Speedy SUre Sold under 500 Gunranteo Price 300 At drug stores or sprit direct to us Mailed in yplain wrapper Write for ooklet Confiden tial Gha sent free Desk G Estho c Chemical Co 31 West 125t New York t Genuine Turkish Female Pills f1f PRESERVED GINGER 1 f Same Ways of Using This East Indian Sweet Preserved ginger Is one of those del icacies which might oftener be used s j for culinary purposes than Is tho case There are many delightful dishes In connection with which It may suit ably be employed while numerous x others into the composition of which it does not actually enter In them 1 selves perhaps of a somewhat Insipid nature are greatly enhanced In fla vor by being served with a dish of preserved ginger or with a ginger fla vored sauce Ginger junket Is ono of these dishes and a mighty easy and dainty little dessert it is to be sure f s aiNQElt APPLES i To make the Junket slightly warm a i pint of new milk taking care that It does not got really hot Blood heat Is sufficient Sweeten to taste a teaspoon enoughrfor most people and sprinkle In a pinch of ground ginger On removing 1 from tho lire add a teaspoonful of ren net Pour into custard cups or Into a large glass dish When firm gar f proftclle a ginger dish of the same A toI i ginger tray be introduced Into a 1 plain pudding by using the follow ing sauce Beat the whites of one or two eggs fora airy stiff froth nand add a gill of whipped cream a tablespoonful of chopped singer and a sufficient quantity of the sirup to flavor strongly Ginger apples too arc delicious to serve for luncheon or Sunday evening supper To make y i them pare and core some good pippins and fill tin cavity left in the center j I chOIIa I I niNOEIt JCNKKT sirup either of sugar and water fla i vored with lemon and with a piece of green ginger cooked In it or if there Is enough of the ginger sirup this may be used with tho addition of a little water Bake till soft and transparent but not broken basting occasionally with the sirup Servo hot or cold with a little whipped dream garnished with pieces of ginger cSubscribe Now Instructive Interesting m 1 1 CORRECT ENG ISH 1 j 1 How to Use it II- yI J A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Id the use of English W- jII fj JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor I1f 1 jI IPARTIALCONTI3NTSr The Correct Word Queries and W Answers Shall and Will Should w and Would How to Use Them V Pronunciation Century DictionR 1 pry Correct English in the 1 Home Correct English to the R School What to Say and What f ItCoursePunctuation Business English for Yothe Business r Man Compound ThemIKStudies Inlwnglfsh LiteratureI rNTSf WANTEDII II I- Ii I i t tnye Bond 10c for Sample CopyII 0- of 9 CT ENGLISH Chicago III W Please mention paper f i j r7a3 63BIR a 00 WHEN WOMEN REGISTER A Hotel Clerk Explains Why a Blotter Is Necessary HotelI clerks get to bo great ob servers of human nature said nn old hotel lobbyist During the many hours out of each day that 1 spend warming this chnlr I have learned many trlcls of their trade which go to prove my statement- In feet tills clerk hero has n pe cullnr trick of his own which shows how keep au observer he Is If you watch him tit work you will find when ever a woman Is registering he holds a blotter so as to hide the other names on the page At first when I noticed it 1 thought that he was merely hold Ing the blotter In readiness to use It on the newly written name but when I found tint he did It only when a woman was registering my curiosity j got the better of me and I asked the reason Why said he women are the most nervous creatures In the world 1 hold that blotter up to show that 1 t am not watching them write their names and nt the same tlmo to kePI them from trying to excel the otter handwriting on the page If they no ticed that 1 was watching them close ly It Is a safe but that they would get nervous and make an awful botch otI their slgnu lures trying to be fancy On the other hand If they saw a particularly pretty signature on the next line the chances are that they would t try to Improve theirs with a flourish or two which generally means n choice blot to he scratched out by yours truly I decided to test his theory by look dug over a womans shoulder while she registered The result was Just whaf he said It would be Milwaukee Sen I tlnel I Trouble Makers Ousted IWhen a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings life Life Pills hes mighty glad to seauln Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly Jmt Anore hes tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomchliver- and kidneys now work right 25 at Severs Drug Co Gretna Green Gretna Green Is a parish In Scotland Just over the border where mar riages used to be performed according to the law of Scotlhnd The ceremony was binding performed by a layman In tho simplest form when being registered the parties In the presence ct witnesses were declared man and wife Tho first person who officiated at these strange unions was George Scott who began his unlicensed ministry about the year min Itching piles provoke profanity butI profanitywon Gr cure them Donns Ointment curs itching bleeding orI protruding piles after years of suffering At tiny drugstore LEPROSY After One Ravage the Disease May Lie Dormant For Years The leper In the settlement at Mo lokul Is fur better oft thani the leper who lies In hiding outside Such a leper Is a lonely outcast living In con stunt fear of discovery and slowly and surely rotting away The action of leprosy Is not steady It lays hold of Its victim commits u ravage and then lies dormant for an Indeterminate pe riod It may not commit another rave age for hive years or ten years or forty years and the patient may enjoy un interrupted good health Rarely how ever do these first ravages cease of themselves The skilled surgeon Is re quired and the skilled surgeon cannot be called in for tho leper who is In hiding For Instance the first ravage may take the form of a perforating ul cer in the sole of the foot When the bone is reached necrosis sets In If the leper is In hiding he cannot be operated upon tho necrosis will con tinue to eat its way tip tho bone otI the leg and in a brief and horrible time that leper will die of gangrene or some other terrible complication On the other hand If that same leper Is In Molokal the surgeon will operate upon tho foot remove tho ulcer cleanse tho bone and put a complete stop to that particular ravage of tho disease A month after the operation the leper will be out riding on horseback run ning foot races swimming in the breakers or climbing the gIddy sides of the valleys for mountain apples And as has peen stutrd before the disease lying dormant may not again attack him for five ton or forty pllISfack ton inn In CnnteupnrrryI I Review Stops earache wo n utes tooth ache or pain of u r scald In live minutes hoarsonea one hour muscle ache two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Ecectric allI monarch over piin Our Neighbors Vc simply must snore mild his wife posltlidy I cant stand this place any lunger All rlKh npllid her husband i know a llitt vr can pet that In iIcheaper Ithen this one Welt I should sar not If wo move Into that the nulKhbora would thlnlI we couldnt afford to stiiy where wo are Detroit Irce Pr- essCASTOR IIAFor Infants jufd Children Tfii Kind You He Always Bought Bears the- agnatnre of GOOD NEWS Many Cloverport Readers Have Heard It And Profited Then by Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad hack ssufferers in Clo verpott are t lad to leatn that prompt relief is within their reach Many lauie weak and aching back is bad no more thanks to Deans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of peoplei are telling the good fowl of their ex peilouco with the Old Quaker Remedy Here is an example worth reading Mis Chas Kgeman Central Ave KHzabethtown Ky says On April 8 1905 my husband recommended Doans Kidney Pills in my behalf stat ing that they had been of great value to me in removing pains from my back and other difficulties arising from disr ordered kidneys IIcan now add that during the four years which have since elapsed I have used the remedy on sev eral occasious when suffering from acuj rttacks of backache and it has never failed to help me A number of person- secingmy statement in the paper hav culled upon me and I have always told them that Deans Kidney Pills are an exellent rernedvr- Kor sale f nil dealers Price 50I Ciiits E terMilburn Co Buffalo New Yojwi sole agents for the United Stnteaf R nember the name Doans and take no other WHAT MRS GILMAN SAYS The Average Woman Is Petty In Daily Life- I read in nrtkle by Mrs Charlotte Perkins Gllmai entitled Woman the Enigma sold a woman recently who conducts tho household page In a New York dally Mrs Gilmna Is always standing up for woman and sincerely so but as In this article she often cries down the house service and puts the wider out in the world lif above It She says The average woman In dally life Is petty and personal to the last degree Yes and what Is her dally life Does It involve the consideration of largo affairs the broadening complex of world business Hardly It consists In an endless repetition of the smallest round of duties In tho narrowest per sonal relation The universal profession of women 1 house service is ac countable for her pettiness What would become of our homes fall f the women could be fortunate enough to find the broadening com jilex of workl business There is a very important Held of usefulness stillI for the homemaker aural It devolvesI upon her taut to allow her work te tyrannize over her and to keep the demon of pettiness under subjection Happily there are many homemakers I who do not regard their part In thb worlds boUwmcnt ns petty In ever co small a degree If the homemaker is not big enough to regard her part of caring for the male inembora of her house as Impor taut the caring for her children as the thing nearest her heart and ever the menial part of the work ns her contrl button to the greater development of the race I fear her Influence out 1 In the great outside world referred to would be sUlnlllndeed- Iarsonnlly I prefer the distinction of being the power behind the throne Every one knows that clear thinking and sound Judgment depend largely upon a good dl estlJii If every home maker ccu 1 make pure of developing sturdy children reserve power and Ftrenitli Per the brocclwlnner and along with that produce an air of tool comfort In the home which woul counteract the trials of the day malt Ing the evening a thing pf peace and content whit reasonable judge could call such n life potty e Instead of crying down houso sere ice let HB try to cultivate a greater feeling of pride In our service We do not know of any other pill that is as good as Djwitts Little Early RU ers the fnmouj mtlo liver pills smn gentle pIe nt and sure pill with a reputation Sold by all drug gists Extenuating Circumstances Attendant III botanical gardens sternly Dont you know Its against the rules to pluck flowers In here Little GirlB b b but sir 1 thought nil1 that folks In glass houses shouldnt do was to throw stones Success Magn tine Courage like cowardice Is undoubt edly contagious but some persons areI not liable to catch ItG D Prentice If you havebWthe time to cxercasii rgularly DoapaReguletswill prevent constipation Tb oy Induce a mild easy healthfulVcjJfm of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25c Ho Had the Bill Tom In restaurantExcuse me old man but would you mind paying my check I havent anything but a forty dollar bill JaclcA forty dollar bill Why I never heard of a bill of that denomination TomHere It Isa bill from my tailor Chicago News Polly is on page seven a Y LV The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARD DIRECTORS PresidentCapital 50000Morris Eskridgo tit II BEARD Surplus and Un= G Yo Beard CraftierDS Richardson 181101dividedl Profits Dr AlVI Kincheloo PAUL COMPTON C V Robertson iAssistant Cashier 11 X00000B F Heard Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed paytA0ir JI GIFT OF LANGUAGE Advantages of the Man Who Is Abie to Talk Well There Is no other one thing which enables us to make so good an Im pression especially upon those who do not know us thoroughly as the ability talkewell who has the art of putting things Interests ofespeech has a very great advantage over one who may know more than he but who cannot express himself with ease or eloquence You may be a good singer n flue artist you pray have a great many ac complishments which people occasion ally see or enjoy you may have a very beautiful home and a lot of property which comparatively few people ever know about hut If you are a good con verser every one you meet recognizes and appreciates your art Everybody you converse with feels the Influence of your sklllnnd charm In other words there Is no accom yotcanwhich will give so much pleasure to your friends as tine conversation The Is no doubt that tho gift of lan guage was Intended to bo a much greater accomplishment than the ma jority of us have ever rondo of it Orison Swett harden In Success Mag azinee NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu conI sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occurEditor Got It Free A good old preacher who had dccld td to leave an unremuncratlve charge finding it Impossible to collect his sal airy said In his farewell sermon I have little more to add dear brethren save this you were all In favor of free salvation and the manner In uljlch you have treated me proves that you have got It Would Seem Not In these stories of the middle ages we always read about the heros good right arm Well IWus there never a southpaw knlghtPhiladelphla Bulletin I The right word is always n power tolourRead Our New Story IIENUERSON ROUTE NOTES Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Jay 4 and 18 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 II I74j Clove rt o Memphis lcnllii and return JuueNt 7 8 9 on account I of The United o derate Veterans I I Reunion Good to return Juno 14 I 300 Louisville and return from Clo verport June 5 6 7 8 and the morning of June 9th on account of Mystic hrineI Good to return June 17 6680 Cloverport to Seattle and re turn on account of the Alasko Yukon Pacific ExpositionJJ Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrofula J pimples rashes etc are duo to impure blood DurddCk Blood Bitters Js a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clearskinned A Strenuous Wooer The ItomlnlRociiccH of Bismarck contains nn iifrount of his courtship lIe was n j inns Prussian officer whim he first met Johanna von Puttkamr but he made application at once to her father for permission to pay his addresses Aghast at Bismarcks pro posal the old gentleman did not abso mutely decline It Instead ho wrote giv ing permission to pay n sort of visit of Inspection at tho Puttkamcr home Bismarck hastened to Itclnfcld Thint1 whole Puttkamcr family was lined uplto greet him The father and mother I glared at him solemnlyI and Johanna herself slocd between them her eyes cast modiftly downward With thlII swift whirlwind decision that scored Bismarck his later political triumphs he carried the situation by storm Galloping up the driveway he leaped from his Nurse ran forward and Hung his jinnsjt round Johanna taking no heal Srhfr scanUaflzcd parents and catching her to his breast and covering her blushing face with kisses After that there could be no talk of probation or waiting The betroth al was necessarily an accepted fact ChlSdpofn Cry FOR fL TCHERS CASTORI A AlthoutU vanity Is supposed to be a feminine trait one doesnt have to scratch very deep to find It in a man Chicago News PAPER AND CANVAS An Anecdote of Turner the Great Landscape Painter x In a book entitled Stories of the English Artists It Davies and C Hunt tell uu Interesting anecdote of Turner tho great landscape painter Ho disliked to part with his pictures and when he sold ono Invariably wore a look of dejection and oppression If matI lost one of my children this week Once a rich Birmingham manufac turer Gillott by name Introduced himself to the painter and stated that ho had come to buy Dont want to sell or some such laconic rebuff was the answer The manufacturer lion drew from his pocket n bundle of banknotes about 5000 worth Mere paper observed Turner with grim humor a little softened however and evidently onj ylnc the joke i To bo bartered fq more canvas replied tho pcralstunt tJIIlott vavlti his hued utI the Itulldlnt r Par linage mid Us comptnilnns This tone of cool depreciation reamed to have a happy effect and finally Gillott departed with some 5000 worth of Turners pictures A Compositors Blunder Some years ago the following apolo getic explanation for a compositors blunder appeared In a leading weekly literary Journal published In London In our Inst number ns we discov ered unfortunately too late for correc ion we announced that Mr John Stuart Mills Inaugural address lately de livered before the University of St Andrews hul since been republished by him In the form of a five shilling elephant IEven the most ardent be lievers In Mr Mills powers among our readers will probably have received this announcement with some Incredu lily The fact is that by an error of the press the word elephant was sub stituted for Jwmphlott nud UoniIfii take although the proof was read and reread unluckily escaped the correct ors eye To Fresh Eyes Willie accompanied by his father was visiting a circus and menagerie Oh papa the boy exclaimed as they passed before an elephant look at the big cow with her horns In her mouth eating hay with her tail Christian Register There Is nothing so utterly hollow as a kind word that should have been spoken yenterdny Evangel LJULJULJULJaaODaDDDDDDDDDDaaapE S aIFLId0LJ The American Farm Review and y I Digest of the Agricultural Press B 10i ii 0Itcontains the create of everything published in every other farm papers 0is endorsed by the leading agricultural authorities of tho country DItcontains not only what the farmer needs but just what ho has long been seeking I 0- D I II I It employes the largest editorial force over organized by a farm paper I II- B todate farmer will appreciate such a publicationBelieving that tho wideawako and up j j Tho AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for 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the time Josh Billings TILE END dPPR01C1l1NG G It is apparent that tho debate on tho tariff bill in tho Senate i approaching rapidly its end Washington has tensed to bo a pleasan- p1aeC of residence Tho Senators are showing unmistakable signs of t irritation and loss of temper Tho nerves of everybody in the Capitol are in constant evidence Oratory becomes a task and not n pleasant pastime for tho orator Summer resorts Europe and the summer school platforms await the completion of tho legislative work and their calls become sweeter and more insistent as tho mercury climbs in tho tubes along tho Po tomac Families have a word or so to say Tho children must begot into tho country Schools are closing and the young folks must be looked after while they recuperate from their severe labors at the desk and under tho midnight electric globo It is high time to bo off from Washington What tho manufacturers the merchants tho traders have not beets able to do tho weather clerk will accomplish Ho will force through tariff measure write it on the books and send the members of Congress back to their homes whore tho whole business community devoutly wishes them to boNow York Sun GOOD ROADS IN BRECKEXRIDGE rho Kentucky Good Roads Convention has issuedl a circular let tor calling attention to tho fact that the BosworthWyatt good roads amendment to tho Constitution of Kentucky will be submitted to af vote of the people at the next November election The amendment if adopted will give the county tho power toI issue bonds and levy taxes for the building of county roads It would prepare tho way for a general improvement of tho roads in all of the counties of Kentucky Tho good roads work in Brcckenridgo county has just fairly begun I Our people are just beginning to realize that good roads are the most important factor in the prosperity of its citizens What wo need is more money to carry on tho good work This amendment willl give us a chance to sell bonds and secure money at a low late of interest to build good mstal roads which are the only roads for this county Wheat corn and tobacco are all reported in find condition and above tho average Wheat which was thought two weeks ago to beII almost a failure has developed wonderfully and yill be near an av erage crop All crops are looking thrifty clear of weeds ahdin fine growing condition Things look prosperous for the ftirniersi J The tobucco crop is about all set in this county Everybody says it is a bumper crop too What tho farmers want to do now is to bump their heads together for a bumper price If they dont do itIthey ought to be bumped with a good big bumper one that will raise a good big knot on then craniums The Hawcsvillo Clarion says Dick Owen is the logical candi date for thCiSKto Setlater We agreo willi the Clarlpri f And hersj the Only t I JlJtho1tincallythe emdpt1sf9 victqryin Brecken7 ridgo county Somo Democrats might paste this in their hat rind watch our prediction r 1n Millers in Owcnsboro are offering Si and 110 for new wheat The 110 price is for delivery in ten days after cutting Howdy howdy howdy Vhnot get into tho Shrinor spirit t i rt w + SIERHENSBORI= iI H n1 t IiIitiss1l1ic r1u h Sieo f O was week the truest of relatives wlnsJl liV i r Several from here attended thq Sunday Sclibbll Convention at Unlo Star Sunday 1 s 11ii JIfr ir Mrs R S Skljlman is no Ucttcrf She is in avert weak condition Il Virgil RoIfttdLbdkneyr Texas was the guest pf his parents Rev and Mrs Roberts a few days last week jI r Mrs Jane Gibson and little grantI jaygltfli o ojCfl tRare Kistof hips Same rcnnettI itM t lD1 itlb Jbn tliestc f list for several days AllenLewisthasrcturnetfrQIU tvisit in Illinois Mrs daystUiwin the Country HlS we l Mrs IlarlanLMorganisontheslck list f Miss Myrtle Beiiuchamp has returned home after spending several days withl relative at Lpdibur Hubert McMlllen returned to his home In Hawesville Friday after hisshotlytarmy aqd in Alaska most all the time site he has been gone c James Kerr of Louisville stVaS the guest of his aunt nits Pike C6rin last week I i Richard McAfee the livery man has been sick for several days Miss Laura Morgan returrieU rh6mec from Cloverport Sunday vqryi much improveduRev Wilks of Louisville clelivered two fine sermdns at thcYBaptfst church SundayrRev Winchell and wifereturnedi Monday from Falls of Rough iu j Mrs Rr S Skilltnari Is In aVcry critical condition Ir V Herman Lay arrived Monday from Norfork Va to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Lay Herman is a boy that Stephensiiort oufjht to be of Hproud j sirs Nancy Dowell improves slowly Istimesl hers ought not togo out forJt seems that each one getsa blessintrtivho just sits and listens to her cohversn tion i Misses Carrie and Claudie Pate of CJoverport were guests of Miss Esther Payne one day last week jiomefromMiss Maine Moorman of Yelvinif ton Is the guest of relatives here Mrs Geo Driskell and children have returned from Louisville Mrs F R Roberts has been sick for several days jr Why don you delight the house wife by urnlshlng her pure and- whole F e flour ft Your grocer keeps I it s the Lewlsport flour Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannotreueh the diseased portion at theeur There Is only one way to cure deafness and that Is by con Rtttutlonal remedies Dnafness Is caused by otlthoj flamed you have urumblldsouncl or Imperd feet hearing and when It Is entirely Deafness ttjorcsitlt and unless tholnflnini i tiiation can l1e talon out ficl this tube re1 stored to Its jjormul con ltln hearing will bo destroyed forever irtno cases out of ten aroj caused by Catarrh Idch Is nothing but an Inflamed conclltWn of the mucous surfaces We will give Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafriess Bused by catarrh that can not bo curjjfby Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for rcular ree PJ GHENEVCO Toledo O So y Druggists 75c KO Family Tills for constipation PJyr Isr SUNNY SOUTH FXOATING THEATRE IfonDVW419O9af- t the and beep Presenting theMiteieal Comedy Widowb ville trip Positively the Biggest est and Most Expen ve Show Ever Pre Mrs sented to Our Patrol The Big Laughing Si w of the SeasontwR Better this Year tham Ever X from 5Oc1L WaI fdlI t2 0 X n j J o 4JtJ5 befelI f Il i j r IJ Ii ry I J4 L M LiLH IIIso ri7 t 7 i j M Z r r1 a s a IIt rr INi ptr News of The Doings of People r Arid TI ngstnf r Out t flourish= I Ii n t f III j Tf I log Town Nearby VISITORS AND r liolUECOAlERS t r Miss Lilliq BMcGlothlnn arrivedl in the city Wednesday night from Jvouls vale for a several yetjks visit to her sister and brother Mr and Mrs TN McGlothlan r Miss Evelyn Herndon returned Wed neslay from Cloverport whera she had been the guest of H VnndMrs J T Lewis for two jyetSks Why d jPr you delight the housewife furhishing her pure and whole sonrf our Your grocer keeps it Its 6Lewis ort flour Mrs William Cornwall who haS been visiting relatives In Louisville for a few days has returned home Among the Sbrihers and their wives from here who ore attending the grand meeting of the Imperial Council in Louisville this week arp Dr and Mrs L13 Moremen Mr and Mrs H Hr Kemper Mr and Mrs w J1 Piggott Mr nnd Mrs C L Chamberlain Mr DC Heron and MrJR Wimp Jr i Mr and Mrs Ed Alexander and children spentSunday in Stephensport the guest of Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt Messrs Ernest Rees and Budie Sim mons of Louisville were visitors in town Sunday Mr John Will Dent Mr Charlie Simmons and daughter Miss Lena Sim eadn+ l l t Mrs Sjisje Simmons of Brande burgr spent Sunday wJthjMr tad Mrs Henry Ne fus RevT W Gayer went to Frankfort last Saturday to fill his1 regular dpi= j r polntment v i I t Mr Arthur Rnpp of Stt Louis Mo arrived Sunday for a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Bate Washingtonr Miss Katie Musselman left Saturday for a two weeks visit to her aunt Airs- Pomp McCoy in Louisville Miss Clara Hnrdin who has been ten days the guest of Mr and Ti R Blytne left for Cloverport Friday Mr lRoy Wimp arrived here Friday night from Los Angeles California to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J R Wimp for several weeks Mr Fred Brite of Lewidport was a frequent visitor in town last week rhursqayforher sister lips John T Berry for a J month Mr A B Coleman left Wednesday- for a months vacation He will visit relatives and friends at Stithtpn Nolin Louisville and Lexington Mr Alex Dent of Louisville spent Sunday the guest of Miss Mary Peyton Mrs F IIMcdehee is visiting Mr and Mrs Richard Skillmanat Stephens port this week Mr Joe Wimp of Owensboroj came Wednesday for ii brief visit to his uncle John R Wimp Mrs L L Legters and little SOD David Brainerd of Lawton Oklahoma d hero on the early train Thurs ay niorningand is the guest of her sister AirsGeorgeN Lyddan I Miss Ella Kemper has returned to her home at Gratz Ky after n weekend spent with Mrs H H Kemper Mrs E l15 Jones formerly Miss Lula Chick of Mt Sterling Ky came Monday for an indefinite visit to Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton and relatives at Bewleyville Edgar Bennett is at home from tex ington where he attendedschool at the State University He is looking fine and his many friends are delighted to have him at home He will n6 doubt be one of Irvlngtoris leading ballplayers this season ad He knows the game Mrs Ed M cAfee has returned from Cloverport having been called there on account of the deal of Ierathqr Mr Mullen i IBorn to the wife of Frank Waggoned June 4 a flneboy 1lIri Mr Walter Joseph Piigott jvh9 1t15 attending schoolUn LI9uffVie for past summer with his parents Jklr Mrs W J Piggott Mr and Mrs TiteAtkins and clillclrCn er a sliortI visit toreldtiJlsin LouiS returnedhorae Thursday1 Mr and Mrs C S Neafus find children returned Sunday frontn hi o days to Louisville visitingi relatives Mrs Baliey Waller left Friday for Louisville for a f wctdaysyisity bet9r9 leaving for her home at Hopklrisvllle Wiiller has been here for the past weeks visiting her sister Mrs John Wimp to Mrs J R Wimp returned Monday Louisville where she has been for several days visiting relatives and ndsINews reaches us pfthe accident thin the son of Mr Hubert Cainl of iiIndianapolis Ind He had his left arm- il Ji q no t yfl j IJ eIflmiiil ai u r CATARRH DETROYED MY APPJLJ A JkJU Removed Restored Appetite which mo and appetite My regret Is I did use Peruna sooner and have 1 avoided all jny previous and Torpid Liver Stomach Trouble Mr Jaiiius OJJyrne 6i tf Madison St Topeka Kits conduotor Fe Rail way and member of Railway Con- ductorsdtritcft t UI suffered with a torpid liver and stomach trouble which made my com plexion very sallow and I felt miserable and tired all tho time uAn aunt mo that was talc inK with such good results that she advised mo try it and I finally bought a bottle although disliked to take patent medicines However 1 found Poruna very agree able to take and effective as I felt bet ter in a week I tookofaly five bottles in all and I found UInCwas all I neeilod I am most cfrffoful to you for what your medicJa8 done for me I Dysttrffcry Relieved Mr Aasoy Loamington ii I ri1 I i two weeks after beginning your atmeutl was well Iused nine bot torn off by a machine but is doing very nicely at present Mrs James Bolin spent Thursday in the city a tour Dr and Mrs Frank Hook qnd little daughter Mary Franklin left last week for an indefinite visit to Mrs Hooks parents Mr and Mrs fl Jarnett Tile Logical Candidatei The official and formal announce ment of Senator RW Owen for rq election be In this issue The Senator and the record he has made his first terns are wellknown to the people Both he ana his friends are insisting that tic is the logical candidate and that in asking for a second term Is not a democratic custom but that such j EltUNnrcly fails tocrl toro thoi appetite InttneditatIt 1 p1feSl l t- Ing the ttsp Pf faniha ttdulaet 0oatanddigest lhftlfrUoinlvcrftali cstlinony from all parts of tho IvHizcd rlllrI Cfatnrrh Is a very tr qHm cnUso of o cigcstlpushot Gnpo1htoinuchcasosi To prod tlio digestive organs with tnccltciiiofl that afo merely stimulants fa poor way tdroinedyHaclrcasls A Iern Makifuredtrhl charf- rrlifrspfrttsrail7hrotgktke F r agency ofPervmr which has leureritueeQetltralydrrlrcrtore I my aJpttlie J i My only regret is that I slid 1 not use Peruna ogner and 1lt worrld4rave allmy pre t 1ll1r1 lib j Catarrh I tLtna lias cured effectually restored my only that not I would suffering misery f Santo Order wrote she Poruna to Entirely N on shopping will found during each only coming avoided ties of Peruna My case was bowel l trouble or dysentery i I also tried Ijoruua for a cough act cording todlrcctlors and it exceeds any cough syrup I v ruFltd 11- U1 wish every onoaflllGted would glvo- Peruna a trial y Pcjrutifl aVa TonicCap8VRi3f Smith Groorisffofi G 9 yfc r yresofiPorunacatarrh medb iltoadn trio Inarkot As a tonld it has no cqnaii I t Peruna is all that is claimed for it r Catarrh of Stomach Mr Henry Nooly First Lieutenant Co FSGth Regiment O V I Box 623 Trenton Mo writes J 1 suffered for years with catarrh of tho stomach Seeing an advertisement of Pcrunn t L bought a bottle and every dose made mo feel better Seven bottles completely cured me would not strain the rule of rotation in this position He has been called upon by the party machinery of Hancock county to make the race indoJhaving been born and raised hiaBreckeqrldija county is very close to clthe democracy there He has done his full duty ashe saw it in the Ken tucky Senatc and he Is now certainly better equipped than ever to serve the whole people He will rally a strong support about him it matters not who may oppose and he and hjs friends claim that he cannpt be de feated Hancock Clarion V fI Children CrF- ORIF ETCH I I CA S RIAS- ubscrl I Right Now Chronicles of the Zotwots1 j1 r From urlctrRcI1tTip IlQtpa Magazine for Aprilt 111 j THE UNKIND MAIDEN LADY I II Verso and Picture by Rt j DEA1tThe oniots as everybody Iknpvs linableIllsi i One duy refused to holdh r f pcpplfewh coma frgm iho land of A neighbors child upon her knee II Aroundabouti and are the especiall c A Zotwot quick as snap i itI j J I ifriends DoE children They make It Scrambled up Into her luptrAnd snoozlcd for 1 1ii peacefully i utytoscet atybung Anil That the lady grew tiredriot iJnpos edupon by grutppy old olmpstcxpJrcdJ i s folks and dd their laudable efforts B Pnow shesns kin aCr theYlie assisted nobly and quicklyrby the JayFowlthe sedate and P 9cl t 1I thoZotNowI lj The things the ZQtwotsdo 9tejyret And IleJcugwti1t See k For the Jay fQwl IsJ cZotwotspet r gorse for confirnatlon of this aa- tAnd the+ZohyotsJm vtdoo U II r H55 1 iI f JrJC r cnI 4na nijI iq j W waky kfl iWLuJYyn f =fJkM u leI1abhe Remedy t EIy1s Cra mBaCm FAM atht 4 I qulcklfabsorbed 004E roCoto Give Rellol at Once p I kFgD- 1tclennses soothes AYFIVIR heals and protects tlio diseased mow APP brano resuUinpcfrora Catarrh audxhivcs away a Co in theatehead qu y stores t Sonsof HAY FEVER if Tusto fid SmolL Full size GOcta ntDrug centsr+ New York a H6eBreckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 01900 Announcement For State Senator W ro aulhorizcd to announce R WOwon of Irtiwlsport asa candldaw tar tho uomlna t n for Stato Stnator from tlio Tenth Honn tonal Iftsirlct subject to tho action of th J om ratlapllrtyI v wo are auteorlzed to umionnco Roy J Cato t f tho hovrloy villa district as a randldHta for ounty Court Clerk of Hreckunrldso county object to tho action of tho Republican putty I t i PERSONALAND LOCAL t t 7 = 1l fa I It John Jarboe has returned from Lex ingtonr z V Mrs Ella Moorman went to LouisI Mlle Tuesday jMrs Hattie Smith Is ill tJ r j fon Main street- S t J Wm White has returned to schoolI 1 1atWinchester Charlie Hamman Is all smiles over 1this new girl baby iMdrsWallDeHhV nAiayjthe banne- garden1 1if of the town SiJacob F Froehllck of Tell Qty is i it thearartSpftngsg ytlj J trM- rs I11- jj M Mx Sip elj8 spqndjng a month In Louisville J maul Listflsltllhllt Shtttttitty 1lttr Sunday in Louisville Protor Frenchof 1Ifti t as er on bustnessilast week guesltofH Mrkj i 5 Jno D Babbage last week l- tt Mils Doris ETabellngfOTarFork ThursdayV t Mo uday anti Tuesday on business Mp and Mrs Jesse Bolder andlittl- dadhterSSpentSunday e in Webster MrAnna Ford of Evansvllle was LucySahlhlastAvis week a d ndiY night to visit relatives camll1 I S to lville will be attreefs inglish lea Room Mrs Wells Is seriously ill at the l ElizaabletjGyrel L s J rand Mrs JVR Fisher leftMmu 5day fora visit to friends in Memphis anniJ Chrldrens Day servicesi of the a- e t a hodlst church will b held Sunday fig4 tt W r Douglas Ralferty has returned from fa v sit to friends In New Albany Jfarfd 5 Ixn Isvill- eI 1I thilt visiting iiaiLUulRvlle thi- tf e k gotfr lash l a J or fist GiltnolQI foom pt i MrJand I tjughtcxAirJames Jablne has returned fro m V Cincinnati and is the guest of Dr and M4RL N wMfii qJF- i fji i 1 i Jiss Carrie L Tucller lUacCeiiC i dl p position in Miss Eylil n flicka + jIillinery department f illiam BafreiandRobjH vest- gf I I Owensboro Mrs I j Byrne Severs Monday iF One enlargement given free with one dozen cabinet photographs a- F t t Iiba tfl ls iftopttt J fJ QtJIXarv1iis 1 of Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer Y Miss Mildred Babbage left yester blASeFfrcnceI Dr Bush gave a lawn party at the Se George Monday nigh fh1hQn r o- j f jJ Ii daughter Miss D h Marffir fir and Mrs isa Id i Cli lren of Brandenburg pen n av with Mr and Mrs H V Duncan 5ItI Ir and fIiR J YrI 1Yfo r d 1r little aughtertqLOU z sVllesun3 todoh ult dl PhYHICi Ii- III p Mrs Chas Moorman of Versailles- r rived Monday to beSItli li4- i r i r UthGrATr5 W H Bowraer whq Is tick I = I makes baby nervous and froetCulIIland stops gain in weight j ii the be oodmedidneforteeth king baWbi It itrengthens the 1 ervouptlisI lime for the teethe the baby growliui f J jC aUbottlaaow MDtvt te p Ij tj fifjbJII 401 n R With The Sunny South Floating The atmxitMthe River Morldny tyrfrriapn Calhobn dentists offlce Cgwristalra 215 ourthtreetboihL- ones Owensboro Ky Mr arid Mrs Arthur Smith of Olcrideane and Simon B Smith of Pordsvllle are In Louisville taking InI the ShrinerSi Mr and Mrs Downs and MissesI Irene and Anne Jarboe went to Lou isville this week to attend the Shriners meeting Mr and Mrs Will Wntklhs and eMr and Mrs Tom Watkins were the guests of Mrs Mayhc Moorman at HardinsburcfrlastI- I week I Why t ynu delight the house I wlfejfCy furnishing her pure and wlunesomc Hour Your grocer keeps lf Its the Le i J Jto IrI I Tbe and attmpst fashldnaui 1 u w v t restaurant jn Loulsvillej Is Crees English Tea Rommt Fourth St Plosit J3taX ddrA 3 H 11i 1I Dww MsCasper Dentist llt Lewis pofiC Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday dTfiUrscrnq a yTlte Caity 11illiJdttaitsregular- e e l f5IrdaalIflrf cot acted with Kentucky Indiana Gasand Oill fiCoto li htU111cft dvvn 14 gaturalI Iga1 11 J J Yeti lon 11 veto go rdway fron homep to et yqiU dental vvorl jlonej cSec TBush Dentist at Cloverpoffi ev y Monday and Tuesday exccWl e 4th Monday II 1 WantedBy it dy 14 yearS old any kind ovdrfr I yfatherfailedtobuy IolioSec1fartagoer C verpor Ky iiDar and Mrs C B Sklllman rand I Mrs lLLightfoot Mr anli Dlrs franJ NaiiCr Ir antiJMr3t Ja G Harris and Miss Lucy McGavojjkj are among theShriners inLouisil Je hlsweeki U my Dr JiushCov portlst2ndand 3rd Mondays d1 Tuesdays lipra- Aiisbarg 9th oz ty J dosIririant ton Thurday and Friday following 1jL Mpndav j 1 1VagteWpoA I loon as nurse bya girl 13yeizrs 1 My father neglect etd toaiuya Co mole Life Insurance Policy Se apt J H Rowlandi Gloycrporilyls I n1it Emelineev i l It lastwcc1c- tokvillttfVaby ln xosii l9r t aAftcr ortOrJOrr Mr and Mrs R S Pate of ltqj Qliady ivefelnJtown Monhay to Ilatfdroppedt ji she cbuia h6t get i ai6riff without the J5Jews anUladierf name put on the ist I it i l i Sad Accident in Kansas t l i 1 k ran doneiKansati M y 01l99 F9peJQyl3Lttngdotthave itovn They went to Arlington a little t Uten mUC9eas of Langdon on a hairs j enr andafter iJ lM V1 on jwhiskey started home On the refitt trip the handcar jumped the track andi Popejoiss fatally injured dylnj t 7 pIp 1hu ame day IS iIH3 waTjhirtyone years of I tllila lft a hlprt broken Christian moter a young wife and little child thr Ie brothers t host of friendsii hcftinerhis were conducted ab the tehristj4oi church of Langdon The Ministers text 1 jvas The Wages of Sin is Death I was buried by the Modern Woodmei t Many heats rre la iyer th0sey6n tthrthasi l 1LfnfdqllandI 4 Httt- J t J I MrsLeona Caint teill lffstill on tlh c sick list Dr4 LlKhbExJotj ofeioerportfuW here Thursday attending1 thesfckt Mr and MrsTHenry ltncaKTSii3 I iileeqI rar 4 tellC iNI f IIIICUJ 4 spTJirtSundayhcrcrv7lthJIrrmclMrs Sapp 7 Mr and Mrs J II Basham were In town Thursday Shopping Horace Clark 6f Phllpot was the guest of Miss Pearl Bashain from Saturday until Monday Hilous Basham and Roy Sapp will give an Ice cream supper at the school Reuse Saturday night June 1- 1I p Burnett of atesvlHe closed his singing sjhbo here Sunday even Ing Clifton Corleyi1 of Patesville visited friends here Sunday I Mrs JEjula MUburu and brother Homer Lynch spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Crete Lamb Qrt I tingly Mr and Mrs Jack TIndle spent Sunday at Happy H611er with their daughter trs Marvin Campbell Why irt you delight the housewife byfu hing her pure and wholesome- nb Your grocer keeps it Its the Disport Flour BIG SPRING V John labor peadSfottMiller- Weddinf And j Other News j- i g J- fi vSterns Iii Itev andMrIiublieS9 fof Kingsvvtiod enrol to from Elizabethtown speni Friday n1gh artT It lltoormans- n e tlkk tJohn Tabor after Several years illness passed away Thursday arid waS buried ErfdOY r JV r j f TheihlV fA Lodgcc of this place will givealuyicecreamstipper June 12 All arecaralaliy invitedsjhl n f I WI ont yo1 u ight the house wI by ftirnish ntr pure and lolesome flour tour grocer keeps t Its the Lewtsport lour Rollie Simpson was in Brandenburg SaturdayLewis Crider was bitten by n snake Thursday while drawing tobacco plants Miss Sallie Williams of Ekroh spent several days the first of the week with Miss Carrie Gallowuy Mr and Mrs T R Williams attended District Conference at Elizabethtown last week tMiss Mabel Scott and Mr Will Miller of Greensburg were married the 25th Dr Witt was in Louisville several days last weekTARFORIC I ITARFORK 1 i1JaserAlyih Rice will leave toddy for his home at Irvington after visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs 0 W Rice He will be accompanied by his 1cousin Walter Newby A yery pleasant day was spent by several friends and relatives at the home of Mr and Mrs W H Robbins Thursday It being Mrs Robbins and her father James Chancellors birth day Miss Beulah Rice closed her school Friday with a nice treat and several recitations Why dprfr you delight the house wife iy furnishing1 her pure and yluKesbnie Hour Your grocer keeps i f Its the Lewisport Hour Miss Bessie Sherran has returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Kirk reA sad death was that of W R Bamm who died at his home Saturday May 20 1009 He had been in bad health for several years and his death was not unexpected Had he lived until the 22nd of June he would have been 80 yearsi old He leaves a wife six sons and one daughter Mode and Allen who are residing with their parents Bryant of i I Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls c In nervous Jlrcafration and fcmnlo wcaknesthey are the supreme remedies thousands have testified C FO KIDNEY LIVER ANP STOMACH TROUBLE It is the best medicine ever cold E over drugglsto counter I Finley Ill Jesse and Albert of Whites I vllle Dud of McQuady and Mrs Bud I Bowman of Owensboro The funeral I services were conducted by Rev C L I Golf at Cave Spring Baptist church of I which he was a member and well loved by all The interment took place in the Ball graveyard near McQuady Sunday i Nice Exercises at Tobinspbrt Childrens Day exercises were ap propriately observed by the Sunday School at Tobinsport under the aus pices of Mrs Walter Dyer and Miss Eva Frank assisted by their pastor Rev Walker The exercises consisted of music and recitations by the children Some very beautiful music was rendered by the choir HER GREETING arSpite of tho Old Ladys Care She BlunderThecharming old lady In Washington are frequently much upset by the odd social blunders ot tholr parent whoso fallings In this respect are however more than offset by her kindliness of manner Among the callers to the house of this family was a Mrs Farrell who niter some years of widowhood again marrIed this time becoming the wife of a Mr Mcgg- sIlf you Jove us mother said one of the girls when the newly married ladys card had been brought In one afternoon shortly utter the completion of tho honeymoon dont make the mistake of calling her Mrs Farrell The motlor solemnly promised to commit no faux pas and as she went downstairs was heard to repeat to herself Mcggs Mcggs Meggs not Farrell At the conclusion of the call the old lady was met at the head of the stairs by the daughter who at once observ ed an ominous expression of despond ency on the old ladys face ph mother she exclaimed surely yoUjdldnt No Clara replied the mother em phatically I didnt I was so careful Ito call her Mrs Mcggs all the time Well whats the trouble then Oh dear murmured the kindly old lady as she sank Into a chair I was awful bU1C T know When I greeted her I said I inn glad to see you Mrs Meggs How Is Mr Far roll Harpers Weekly Car of hanks We desire to xtess our thanks to cur friends and nJLKhbors for their kind attention to our usband and father durin his Illness ant eath Mrs Wm Mullen and children The Baloons Three of the baloons from Indlani polis alled around over Garileld last Sunday morning had a word with the people of that town and dropped a letter for the post olllce At McQuady two wen sighted but were so high uii outlinesiAabout the location name of town and county and seemed to be in tine spirit They were sailing south Card Of Thanks We desire to amend to the ladles who assisted in ranging the boquets for our Memo a services our sincere and hearty an BrcSkcnri ge Lo e No ut IC of P rr I L 1 I Invitations Cards and Announcements for 1 I 1 f i dI i JilileWeddings- o i 4 i4- I r Beautifull iii Workmanship and absolutely Correct In Form 1 ll Ii- I F I i BRJB KENRIDGE NEWS f jr Clover orf Ky J rMl dlfrate +y- r A r l j i H J I 111 i I W J Ji n 1 h 0 r U ry WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME o The Bigi Balloona N H that passed over Cloverpo t SundayM morning has nothing to do with the NtW question of the hour J g i r i 1- a ec When Will the Clock Ia H Stop JgiH now on exhibition in our show window H be sure to get time cards Some one i will be happy when the clock is un a veiled Thursday June 10 why not t- H you Be on hand 230 N i Ho DYCO INII- C I- H Ia o 0o NOLTE BRO IS bCLOVLRPORTJ HAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME- r I Wantsi i + +FOR RENT j RENTTwo splendid rooms lu thoFOIL building sultiiWo fora small bust ness FOR KENT A furnished room in a resl convenient to business pnrt of 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Say youll be pulled I If you keep on disturbing the pence The Troublesome Molar HoorayI Im Just aching to get out of here you wPuckt l V I 7 tf ti r st i w- u I J l CIIAPTER III madePI was so young so gayly so light and Joyous in all her poses She scorned scarcely to touch tho back of the whltu horse as they dashed round the ring In the glare of the tent lights The other performers went through their work mechanically while Polly rote As for Polly her work had never lost Its first Interest Jim may hav boon right when he said that tho spirit or the dead mother had got Into her but it mus have been an unsatisfied spirit unablo to fulfill its ambition li the body that once held it for it some times played strange pranks with Pol ly Tonight her eyes shone and her Ups were parted In anticipation as she leaped lightly over the many colored streamers of the wheel of silken ribbons held by Barker in the center of the ring and by Toby and tho turn bIers on the edge of the bank With each change of her act tho an jdlcncc cheered and frantically applaud led The band played faster Bingos pace Increased the end of her turn pvas coming The tumblers arranged themselves around tin ring with pa racingSheI a crash of tcarlnu Ipnpar Heigh BIngo she shouted as slip themnalBingos nock was stretched HP had pever gone HO fast Lt fre nrolooked uneasy Toby frrrot to r on with his actusiouiid i ia J o watched anxiously from the piiiThe paper of one hoop was still IrI unbroken The attendant tur d VI Ayes to glance at the oncrMuiii f The hoop shifted slightly In lilt HvI ey hand as Polly leaped afralgriir iL from Bingos back trustlir ti ibrr I II GALLOPED AND r PLIO GROUND calculation Her forehead struck the wlldlnd I she fell to the ground striking her head ngnlaat tho Ironbound stake at the edge of tho ring Everything stopped There was t gasp of horror The musicians drop ped their instruments Dingo halted and looked hack uneasily She lay unconscious and seemingly lifeless- A great cry went up In tho tent Panic stricken men women and chil dren begun to clamber down from their seats while others nearest the ground attempted to jump Into the ring Bar leer Htill grasping his long whip rushed to the girls side and shouted wildly to Toby Say delleilllrlg you Get em back i Old Toby turned his white face to I the crowd JIls features worked con vulsively but he not speak Ills grief was so grotesque that the few who saw him laughed hysterically He could not even go to folly life feet seemed pinned to the earth Jim rushed into tho tent at the firstJ f cry of tho audience Ho lifted they limp form tenderly and kneeling in t the ring held her bruised head In his handsCant you get a doctor he shouted desperately to Barker i Heres tho doctor I some one called a nnd n stranger tame toward them Ho t bent over the seemingly lifeless form- i i his fingers on tho tiny wrist his ear to the heart Well sir Jim faltered for ho led t caught the puzzled look in the doctors eyes as his deft hand pressed the cru oily wounded head I cant tell just yet said the doc r tor Sbn must bo taken away i7 tia Tw- y I LLtJixu15 ALsJB 1908 Of DODD MEAD AND COMPANY Where can we take her asked Jim a look of terror in his great trou bled eyes The parsonage is tho nearest house said the doctor I am sure the pastor will be glad to have her there until we can find out how badly slib is hurt In an Instant Barker was back in tho center of the ring He announced that Pollys injuries were slight called the attention of the audience to the wonderful concert to take place and bade them make ready for the thrill ing chariot race Jim blind with despair lifted the light burden and staggered out of the tent while the band played furiously and the people fell back into their seats The Roman chariots thundered and clattcid around the outside of tho ring the audience cheered the win ner of the race and for the moment Polly was forgotten CHAPTER IV ManJjflEblaro I had dragged her from her work to the study window from which she could sea the wonders so tantalizingly near Mandy was housekeeper for the Rev John Douglas but the unwashed sup per dishes did not trouble her as she watched tho lumbering elephants th s restless lions the long necked giraffe- and tho striped zebras that came and went In the nearby circus lot And yet In spite of her own curiosity she could not forgive her vagrant worse half Hasty who had been lured from duty early in the day She had once dubbed him Hasty in a spirit of deri sion and tho name had clung to him The sarcasm seemed doubly appropri ate tonight for he had been away since 10 that morning and it was now past 0 BINQO ON SUB Tim could The young pastor for a time had Ill joyed Mnndys tirades against her husband but whoa she began calling shrilly out of tho window to chance acquaintances for news of him he slip ped quietly Into the next room to fli t1st tomorrows sermon Mandy renew ed her operations at the window with increased vigor when the pastor had gone She was barely saved fron pitching headforemost Into the lot by the timely nrrlval of Deacon Strong s daughter who managed with difficulty to connect the excited womans feet with the floo- rhot de Lor sake Mandy gasped as she stood panting for breath and blinking at tho pretty young apple faced Julia I was suah most gone dat time Then followed another out burst against the delinquent Hasty But the deacons daughter ells not hear Her eyes were already wandering anxiously to the lights and the tin eel of tho little world beyond the win dowThis was not tho llrst time today that Mandy had found herself talking to space There had been a steady stream of callers nt the parsonage since 11 that morning but nhe had long ago confided to the pastor that she suspected their reasons Dey comes In here ntrackln up my floors shin said an aaskln why you dont stop de circus from nshow in nox to do church an den acrnnln dar necks out do winder till I cant got no llOusrworkdone- Thats only human nature Douglas had answered with a laugh but Mandy had declared that she knew an other name for it and bad mumbled something about hypocrltters as ski rfclzcd her broom and beeaA to sweep r- i t i4C e Imaginary tracks from in front of the door Many times she had made up her mind to let the next caller know Just what she thought of hypocrltters but her determination was usually weakened by her still greater desire to excite Increased wonder in tho faces of her visitors Divided between these two Inclinations she gazed at Julia now The shining eyes of tho deacons daughter conquered and she launched forth into an eager description of how she had just seen a wondeful striped ann mule with a powful long neck walk right out of the tent and how he had come apart afore her very eyes and two men had slipped right out of his insides Mandy was so carried away by her own eloquence and so busy showing Julia the sights beyond the window that she did not hear Miss Perkins the thin lipped spinster who entered followed by the Widow Wll loughby dragging her sovenyettrlQld- son Willie by the hand Tho women were protesting because their choir practice of What Shall the Harvest Be had been interrupted by the unrequited accompaniment of thlII hoochce coochee from the nearby cir cus band Its scandalous Miss Perkins snap ped Scandalous And somebody ought to stop it She glanced about grievancespastor was undoubtedly behind one of them when he ought to be out taking action against the things that her soul abominatedWell sure Ive done nil that 1I could piped the widow with a meek martyred air She was always mar tyred She considered it an appropri ate attltudo for n widow Ho cant blame me IIt the choir Is out of keyl to morrow Mercy nigh Interrupted the spinster If there Isnt Julia Strong nleanlnj right out of that window alookIng at the circus and her pa a deacon ofthe church and this the house of the pas tort Its shocking I must go to her Ma let me see too begged Willie as he tugged at his mothers skirts Mrs Wllloughby hesitated Miss Perkins was certainly taking n long while for her argument with Julia The glow from the red powder outside the window was positively alarming Dear met she said I wonder fif there can be n tIre And with thisI pretext for investigation she too joined the little group at the window- A few moments later when Douglas entered for a fresh supply of paper the backs of the company were to ward him lie crossed to the study table without disturbing his visitor- and smiled to himself at the eager way In which they were hanging out of the window Douglas was a sturdy young man of eight and twenty frank and boyish In manner confident and light hearted In spirit He had seemed too young to the deacons when he was appointed to their church and his keen enjo mon of outdoor games and other healthful sports robbed him of a certain dignity in their eyes Some of the women of the congregation had been Inclined to side with the deacons for It hurt their vanity that the pastoV found so many other Interests when he might huv been sitting in dark stuffy rooms dls cussing theology with them but Douglas had been either unconscious of or Indifferent to their resentment and had gone on his way with a cheery nodt and an unconquerable conviction of right that had only left them flounder lug He intended to quit the room now unnoticed but was unfortunate enough to upset a chair as he turned from the table This brought a chorus of exclamations from the women who chattering rushed quickly toward him What do you think of my naughty boy Willie simpered the widow lie dragged me quite to the window Douglas glanced amusedly first at tho five foot six widow and then at the helpless red haired urchin by her side but he made no comment beyond offering n chair to each of the women Our choir practice had to be entire ly discontinued declared Miss Per proffered stay and glanced defiantly at tho par son who had dutifully seated himself near the tablo q am sure 1 have as true an ear as anybody whimpered the widow with an injured air But I defy any one to lend What Shall tho Harvest Be to an accompaniment like that She Jerked her hand in the direction of the window Tim band was again playing the hoocheo coochee Never mind about the choir prac tice said Douglas with a smile It is soul not skill that our congregation needs in its music As for that music out there It Is not without its compensations Why the small boys would rather hear that band than tho fines- church organ In the world And the small boys would rather see tho circus than to hear you preach most likely snapped Miss Perkins It was adding Insult to injury for him to try to console her Of course they would and so would some of the crownuos If thavtl only 1 ioi fell the truth about it said Douglas laughing What exclaimed Miss Perkins Why note asked Douglas I am sure I dont know what they do Inside the tents but the parade looked very promisingThe the two women echo oed In one brcathIDld you see the parade e- Yes Indeed said Douglas enthusi astically Rut It didnt compare with the one 1 saw nt the ago of eight toe turned his head to one side and looked Into space with n reminiscent smile The widows red haired boy crept close to him The Shetland poules seemed ns small as mice he continued dreamily the elephants huge as mountains the great calliope wafted my soul to the very skies wd 1 followed thnt parade right Into time dress lot Did you seed Inside de tent Wll HP askedI eagerly 1 didnt have enough money for that Douglas answered frankly HP turned to tin small boy nnd pinched his ear There was sad disappoint r I1 In the young pastors arms was a white spangled burden of humanity rent In the youngsters face but ho brightened again when the parson confessed that he Steeped A parson peeping cried the thin lipped Miss Perkins- I was not a purser then corrected Douglas soul naturedly You were Igoing to he persisted tho spinster I had to he n boy first In spite that fact otII Tho sudden appearance of Hasty proved a diversion He was looking very sheepish llynr he is Mars John look at him I sold Mandy Hasty where have you been all day demanded Douglas severely Hasty fumbled with his hat and sparred for time Did osay whars I been sash 7 Dats what he done mist yo Mandy prompted threateningly I btu delved Mars John declared Hasty solemnly Mandy snorted incredulously Douglas waited A gemmen In de circus done tolt me dls nmwnln dat ef 1 carry water fo de plplmnts hell let me In de cir cus fo nuflln an I make agreement wId him Mars John did yo ebber askedsrolling his eyes John shock his head Well sab he jes put dot trunk n hlsn Into do pall jes once an swish water gone- Douglas laughed and Mandy mut tered sullen Well rah continued Hasty I tote water fo dean clplmnto nil day long an when I urn roan to see de clrci de gemmen wont let mo In An whe I try to crawl under de tent dey pull me out byto hugs nn heats me H looked from one to the other expect ing sympathy farces jou 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pastor as though he were somehow to blame for the deacons backsliding but before she could find words to ar ttgue the point the timid little deacon l appeared in the doorway utterly un conscious of the hostile reception that had prepared for him He fHasty nervously from one set face a other then coughed behind his Ili hatWere all very much Interested In 4 the circus said Douglas Cant your tell us about It I Just went Into the lot to look for f my son stammered the deacon I + kfeared Peter had strayed i Why deaconI said Mrs Wlllough by I Just stopped by your house and saw Mrs Elverson putting Peter to bed The deacon was saved from further j exclamationj4 i hntIhappened she cried Theres n crowd They are coming this way Douglas crossed quickly to Julias 0side and saw an excited mob collect Ing before tho entrance to the main tent He had time to discover no more before Mandy burst In at the 1 J door panting with excitement and rolling i fi her large white rimmed eyeballs I Mars John a little circus girl done fall off her boss sho cried Dr Hartley say can dey bring her in heah course said Douglas hurrying ttOfi were horrified exclamations j atji sonage In their helpless indignation l they turned upon the little deacon feel i ing intuitively that he was enjoying I tho drama Elverson was retreating j toward the door when ho was sudden 4 ty thrust flsId byDouglns J In tho young pastors arms was a white spangled burden of humanity t hit1 from one bruised ankle her was hair fell across her face veiling It from the un friendly glances of tho women Doug J I r stallwiyr i left followed by the doctor 4 Mandy reached the front door in time to push hack a crowd of Intrud t feds She h d barely closed the doo JimfI zk Go way film hero cried Mandy Las her eyes unconsciously sought the stairs beliI w S jbound Mandy pursued hIm mutteringt angrily Deacon Elverson too was labout to follow when a grim reminder U from Miss Perkins brought him around and he made for the door Instead Ho started back on opening it for stand Ing on tho threshold was a clown In his grotesque makeup His white clothes were partially concealed by a 4large traveling ulster held together by one button In one hand h0 carried a small leather satchel in the other a girls sailor hat A little tan coat was thrown across his arm Tho giggles of the boy hiding behind his mothers skirt were tho only greetings received by the trembling old man hr the door 1 way lJr He glanced uncertainly from one un friendly face to the other waiting for 1c- ame R word of Invitation to enter but none I- ti Excuse me ho saidIII jus brought some of her little things Shed better put on her coat when she goes out Its gettln kinder chilly x Ho looked again into tho blank faces Still no one spoke He stepped E forward trembling with anxiety A j sudden fear clutched at his heart the pItifullyfiquiverf tered unable to utter the word that horrorrEven Miss Perkins was momentarily t touched by the anguish in tho old t YOURWDDLSfJID 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crossed the room and placed the alli gator satchel and tho little coat and hat on the study table He was care thisIi had planned to have sandwiches and soda pop on the top of the big wagon when they offered their treasures to night Cut now the wagons would soon be letting and whore was Iol Ily Ho turned to ask this question asi Mandy Paine down the stalls Well If dar aint auudder ono she criedNever mind Maudy said Douglnn who was Just behind tier carrying n small water pitcher and pearchlng for a bottle of brandy which had beeni placed In the medicine chest for emer gencies You can take these upstairs ho told her when ho bad Hilled the pitcher with water and build the liquor Man dy looked threatoMTflsly at Toby then reluctantly wont on her way Douglas turned to the old man pleasantly His was the first greeting thn t Toby had received and ho at lust watst badly bunt The doctor hasnt told us yet said Douglas kindly Im her Uncle Toby not her real uncle the old man explained but thats what she calls mo 1 couldnt come out right away because Im on In the concert Could I see her now please Heros tho doctor said Douglas ns Hartley came down the stairs follow ed by Jim Well doctor not bad I hopeYes rather bad said the doctor adding quickly as he saw the sulTerin In Tobys face but dont be alarmed Shes going to get well How long will It bo before we can have her hack before she can rid again asked Jim gruffly as he stood apart twisting his brown worn hat In his hands Probably several months said the doctor Noboncs are broken but the ligaments of one ankle are torn and shoo received a bad blow on the head It will be some time before she recovers consciousness What are we golh to do Jim asked Toby helplessly You neednt worry Well take wood care of her here said Douglas 1 II a a J seeing desperation written on their faces Here They looked at him In parsonsI Where are her parents the doctor asked looking at Jim and Toby She aint got no parents cept Toby nn me replied Jim Weve took care of her ever since she was n baby Oh I see said the doctor Well one of youd better stay herp until she cnn bo moved Thats the trouble Wo cant said Toby hanging his head You see sir circus folks Is like soldiers No mat ter what happens the show has to goon an we got to be In our places Well well shell be safe enough here said the doctor It Is a fortu nate thing that Mr Douglas can manage this Our town hospital burned down ii few mouths ago and weve been rather puzzled as to what to do with such cases lIe took his leave with n cheery Good night and a promise to look In upon the little pa tlent Inter Jim shuffled awkwardly toward the pastor- t uIts mighty good of you to do this bo mumbled but slip aint goln to be no charity patient Me nn Toby Is goln to look after her keep Her wants w111 be very few Doug las answered kindly You neednt trouble much about that I mean 1t said Jim savagely He met Douglas glance of surprise with n determined look for he feared that his mightebo slipping out of his life You mustnt mind Jim the clown pleaded at the pastors elbow You see pain gets some folks different from others an It always kinder males him savage Oh thats all right Douglas an swcrcd quickly Ills own life had been so lonely that ho could under stand the selfish yearning In the big mans heart You must do what you think best about these things Mandy and I will look after tho rest dim hung his head feeling somehow that the pastor had seen straight Into his heart and discovered his petty weakness He was about to turn to ward tho door when It was thrown open by Darter Where Is she shouted time mnna ger looking from one to tho other She cant come said Jim In a low steady voice for he knew the storm of opposition with which Barker would meet the announcement Cant come shrieked BnrlerlOOt course shell come I cant get along without her Shes got to come He looked at Jim who remained silent and fitmhWh aint she comln ho asked feeling himself already defeated Shes hurt bad was Jims laconic replyThe devil she IsI said Barker looking at Douglas for confirmation Is that right She wont be able to travel for some time said Douglas Mr Barker Is our manager Tohv explained as he edged his way to the pastors side Some tinierl Barker looked at Douglas as though he wore to blame for their misfortune Well you Just betshe will he declared menacingly See here Barker dont you tdlk In him like that said Jim facing the manager lies darned square even If he Is a parson Bather turned away Ho was not a bad hearted man but he was Irritated and upset at los Ing the star feature of his bill Aint this my dodgastcd luck ho muttered to himself as his eye again traveled to the boss canvasman You get out of here Jim he shouted an start them wagons The shows got to go on Poll or no Poll Ho turned with his hand on tho doorknob and Jerked out a grudging thanks to the pastorlilts all fired good of you to talc her In ho said hut Its tough to lose her Good night Ho banged the door and chit tered down the steps Jim waited He was trying to find words in which to tell Ins gratitude None came and he turned to go with a short Goodby Good nlhr Jim said the pastor He crossed the room and took time big fellows hand Much obliged Jim answered gruff ly It was his only polite phrase and ho had taught Polly to say it Doug Ins waited until Jim had passed down the steps then turned to Toby who still lingered near the table YouH tell her how it was mo an Jim had to leave her without say In goodby wont you sir Toby pleaded Yes Indeed Douglas promised Ill jes put this lIttle bit of money into her satchel He picked up time little brown bag that Was to have been Pollys bIrthday gift Mo an Jim will be sendln her moro soon Youre going to miss her Im afraid Douglas said feeling an ir reslstlbvo desire to gain the old mans confidenceLord you yes sir Toby an swered turning upon him eagerly Mo an Jim has been father an moth er an Jes about everything to that little one She wasnt much blggern a handful of peanuts when we begun hergWell Mandy will do the worrying now Douglas laughed Shes been dying for a chance to mother some triedeit on me III noticed as how some of those church people seemed to look klnder queer at mo said Toby an 1 been awbnderln if mebbo they might feel the same about her Oh theyre all right Douglas as sured him Theyll be her friends in uo timeShes fit for em sir Toby plead ed j Silos good clean into the mid dle of her heart Im sure of it Douglas answered IC for Female Ills You should take for female tilt a medicine which acts on the female organs and functions Cardul IIs not a mans medicine It Is for women Its pure heat lug curative vegetable Ingredl eats go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and la flammatloo and build up their strength Tongue cannot tefl writes Miss ffola Smith of Sweetser Ud what CAnDy WOMANS RELIEF has done for MC I am on my third bottle and am so much bet ter Before I began to take Car dui I could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardul before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since It At All ggists WRlTftfPDR FREE ADVICE I stntlnjlffo and describing eymp i tomArto Ladle Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co lattonooga Tcnn E 40 Ire heard how some church folks feels towards us circus people sir an I Jes wanted you to know thatt there aint liner families or better mothers or fathers or grandfathers orr grandmothers anywhere than among us Why that girls mother rode the1 horses afore her an her mother afore that an her grandmother nn grand father afore that nn there aint no body whats cared more for their good name an their childrens good name an her people has You see sir circus folks Is all like that Theys Jes like one big family They tends toI their business an takes good care of thelrsolvcs They has to or they couldnt do their work Its cause Im leavln her with you that Im snylnI all this the old man apologized Im glad you told me Toby Doug las answered kindly Ive never known much about circus folks- I guess Id better be goln Toby faltered as his eyes roved hungrily to ward tho stairway Ill send you our route an mebbo youll he lettln us know how she Is Indeed I will Douglas assured1 him heartily You might tell her well write over day orso ho added jrll tell her Douglas promised ear nestly Good night Tho old man hesltat ed unwillin to go but unable to find further pretext for staying Good night Toby Douglas ex tended his hand toward the bent figur- that e was about to shuffle past him The withered hand of the white faced clown rested In the strong grasp of the pastor and his pale little eyes sought the face of the stalwart man before him A numb desolation was growing in his heart The object for which he had gone on day by day was tyelng leftt behind and he must stumble forth into the nhht alone lilts hard to leave her he mumbled but Ithe show has got to go on The floor shut out the bent old fig ure Douglas stood for some time whore Toby had left him still think lug of him prophetic words Ills rev erie wasbroken by the sounds of the departing wnsons the low muttered curses of the rivers the shrieking and roaring of tho animals ns the cir cus train moved up tho distant hill Tho show has got to go on he re peated as he crossed to his study table and seated himself for work In the dim light of time old fashioned lamp lie put out one hand to draw the sheets of his Interrupted sermon toward him but instead It fell upon a small sailor lint lIe twisted tho hat absently In his fingers not yet realiz ing the new order of things that was coming Into his life Mnndy tiptoe- softly down tho stairs Sho placed on pudgy forefinger on her Ups and rolled her largo eyes skyward Dat suro ain nn angel chile straight from hob ben she whispered Sho done got a facoJcs like a little flower Straight from heaven Douglas re peated as she crossed softly to the ta ble nnd picked up the satchel and coat You can leave tho lamp Mandy 1 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