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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j II o- ti i r I fII Iti I t tif I i THE BRECKENRIDGEI iWEWi ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTr I I t VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1909 8 Paces NO 4- 9CAIuiIVAL J 1 1 jttf LOBE DE BOAT snowsI BUT OH YOU 4- ff QUICK WORK Man Advertises For Wife And Gets Onein Just Four Days + After Mailing His Let ler + WANTEDTo correspond with nostpoor I have a good home for a good i M r wife Address R T Hardlnsburg l Ky The above appeared In the Owens boro Messenger on Sunday June 0 By Monday night seven answers had r been received The next two mails t brought twentyone others Singling from the first responses one which he thought would seall his fate Mr R T answered asking for a letter His special delivery stamp speedily de livered his request The letter came callt Sir R T wrote saying he wonld call t at 530 the following Sunday afternoon Time wore on slowly and the i thought came he who dallies loses a Acting upon the thought R T went to his boarding house on Wednesdayt 4 and told his friends he was going a 4 way for a day or two to get married and immediately At exactly Sl ab Thursday morning he met his fair correspondent each recognizing the other though no exchange of pictures had been made At 2 oclock Thurs day afternoon the wedding took place at the home of tne brides sister 114 Pearl street Owensboro Thus in less than two weeks after setting foot up i on Kdntudky soil in four days after advertising after receiving only one Ieal letter and within six hours after setting eyes upon the bride the coupled were married and ready to return to Hardinsourg R T are the initials of Ralph Baylor a Caifornian who has long l dreamed f coming 1 o Kentucky and J3Jtpit l manticallyinchnedrTay lor came too the Blue Grass State intending to i find a wife irt this Particular way The brIde is Miss Ella Voyles of 4Pellv1ll Ky daughter of Mr D H a i1Voyles She is a charming lady three fii years a teacher in Ohio and Hancock 1 t counties and under contract to teach 3Aagain this year which she fully ex dt yr petted to do until she met Mr Taylor I J and became his wife The groom i vcanie from Cuba to Kentucky and is J t delighted with the state He is a G makingJEriendsi open face carrying the stamp of arh t k tie gentleman in his entire appearance and conduct At present they have rooms with County Commissioner Lee Walls on Louisville street Mr Taylor contemplates purchas ingr a farm and locating here he bet tlug highly pleased with Kentucky r hospitality and the land where he tsecured his bonny bride Forty or fifty answers have been s received from the advertisement several from Breckenridge county but by far the greater number com- ingT from Owensboro They came from ladies In all stations In life andx Ijtlikethe advertisement called for all have a straight forward business toneI declares Mr Taylor He has respond y ed to each letter telling the fair ap w plicants that he isrfiow married and happy A few who responded have f written again thanking him for his rcourteous responses and letting them know that his marriage had been con 1 summated t i r r l Iii + JIO I Fatally Burned r Hardinsburg KyJuly 16 Social t Amos Blacks three or fouryearold t little son near Harned was perhaps fatally burned at an early hour this I I i byiI H t gip came Ignited 1 I t St Johns Day Celebration I tIi Haidiusburg Special Saturday I I Ji and Sunday next will be busy days in tf this city For many weeks the local masons have been looking forward to a great gathering of craftsmen from all parts of the county on this occasion and from what we hear there is not much t t Chance ot their being disappointed Alltr efiterlodges of the county have received invitations from Breckenridge Lodge I No 67 to send representative delega 01 rF 11 l tions to the celebration aud masons from surrounding counties will also join in tho event J The programme begins on Saturday afternoon when a public reception will be given At the residence of IleV Dr Arthur Mather in honor of the distin guished visitors who are to take part in the proceedings This will be from three to five oclock and the following program is announced by General David R Murray who is chairman of the re ception committee Address of welcome Hon John P Haswell Jr Response Rov C C woods D D of St Louis Mo Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Missouri A P A M Recital Dr It C lUackiner of St Louis Mo Address Hon Logan C Murray of Louisville Recital Dr R C Bldckmer and address Hon R B Woods postmaster of the city of Louis ville Refreshments suited to the oc casion will be dispensed by a committee of ladies Under the direction of Mrs M H Board At night Breckenridge Lodge will hold a special meeting in its hall for the pur pose of conferring th6 degree of Master Mason upon county superintendent of schools Joel H Pile and the work will be done under the presidency of Dr Woods assisted by Dr Blackmer and others Ou Sunday at 11 oclock Dr Woods will preach in the Southern Methodist church and he will also occupy the same pulpit at night As he is one of the leading men of Missouri Metho dism and an eloquent and impressive speaker we have no doubt but that a great treat is in store for those who will be fortunate enough to hear him on this occasion Let everybody get ready to tender a real Hardinsburg welcome to our visitors and demonstrate the fact that we appreciate good things when they are put in our way During their stay in the city the vis itors will be entertained as follows Rev C C Woods D D and Dr R C Blackmer at the home of Dr and Mrs Arthur Mather fogan C Murray icthehO 9 tr l rl Beard + lE Vbdd s at tie home of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard The late Gov Thos TCrittenden who was to have been present and to whom a prominent part on the program had been assigned was to have been the guest of General and Mrs David R Murray The celebration has been projected uuder the auspices of Breckenridge Lodge No 67 and the arraugetneuts bave been carried out under the super vision of a Grand Special Committee consisting of Rev Dr Arthur Mather Rev Isaiah Cline C E Haswell Dr J E Kincheloe and J HPile with the Worshipful Master Jesse Whitworth as exofficio VENERABLE PRESI DENT RESIGNED I President Patttrson Will Quit When Suitable Man Is Found To Take His Place Lexington Ky June 4There have been numerous functions at the State University the past year and after each of them the local newspapers have scareheaded the fortynightly rumor resignedTheym mencement exercises The story ran like this It is stated on good authority that President James Kennedy Patterson yesterday afternoon tendered his resig nation to the executive committee of the board of trustees and his successor President Patterson said tonight I have not resigned and I do not know when I will resign I have many times discussed the subject of my advancing age my long service and my forthcoming retirement as the head of this great institution of learning which has grown under my eye and direction these forty years past and I have told the trustees that I will resign when a a suitable man is found to take my place When that wilt be I connot say neither can I say whom my successor will be Buys Out Fraize R L Newson has purchased the en ire interest of F Fraize inthe Hr C Turnpike Road including buildings machinery tools etc 1 I 1 t + a Ii s IIUrged to Become a Candidate C VIC ROBEUTSON Mr C V Robertson is being strongly solicited to make the race on tho Oem ocratic ticket for County Cou t Clerk He is one of the strong young men of our county Everybody knows him and likes him He is not a candidate He is not making any fight for the nomina tion We i ont know that he would ac cept it if offered His name on the ticket would add much to its strength and iits chances for success If the Democrats want a godd clean strong man for the place they couldnt do bet ter than to offer Mr Robertson the place He has never onsented aofrtr as the News knows to even Bubrrtftlifs name to the convention but if the Son vention sees fit to tender him the nomination without a fight we have no doubt but ho would accept it If he does ac ceptwe know and all voters know that he will go In to win and win ho will Pete Cobb Dead Mteing of consumptfdn Zale Wor f ham his half brother who lives in Cincinnati came down last week to see him and was here at his deatll Cobb wAs porter for F Fraize for several years and was leaveslJ l j Wins First Prize IfJ The above is a good likeness of Miss Claudia Pate who won first prize in hQr dislrjci In the Owenstioro Messengers recent contest Miss Pate won the trip Yaukon1iuiftostay f about forty tfftyss On account of Miss Patebeing so young she traded he trip t p Miss Katherine Busby of Owehsborp jfpr theVthlrd prizei in that dlstrtSt whicji jfosjj2pp rubber tired pfuiitbnybliss ltlfe says she is going ttCe lIrtal1Wpptftgdl for her n ride I- n1ttQ ttsi 1 5 oiJt irtft NJJINtN ATlON 1j f 1 4 r ewSliow6pat Makes Radical Change TJn performances Presented c The Cotton Blossom Floating Theatre entertained packed house at the wharfI boat Ilast night the performance being outof itfe ordinary in the sense that iitt was a drama pureapcl simple a dram oftso excellent merit that the people w theVcu aiqi traymg M L 11tIf1c1decidedly above the average the show was clean and wholesome and its various scenes were euacted with so much earnest ess that little was left to be de sired The specialties were the best ever seen at a boat show and were veryI interesting and amusing The illustrated m 1 ANNOUNCEMENT I I I 1j CLOVERPORT CHAPTER III EPWORTH LEAGUE IV I n Will give theiraw Third Ann- ualStreet j Fair I III THE HAWESVILLE BRASS 1 MusicComposed of 15 pieces will be there with plenty of I A Large Quantity of m FIRE WORKSbenefitii have been purchased for the of our patrons and friends This IThu entertainment is given for the bene N fit of a worthy cause the support of Girls School in Heroshama IIthe the public is cordially invit to be present I1IUSIJ1il1it1 IiIJm m I b 0 t I songs and moving pictures wore also above the ordinary The Cotton los som will be warmly welcomed upon its next trip to this neighborhood Sen I shoWI CityImprovements Ono of the prettiest homes In town iis that of Mr and Mrs Henry Yeagers on Second Street in the West End Among the improvements on the residence arc hardwood floors ooo Mr and Mrs Carl Benton are beautifully improving their home on Houston St They will ulso build a cottage o Scott Streetadjoinlng their lot 000 Chas Hamman is improving his furniture store byputting in modern show window which will be very attractiv- to the building 000 Conrad Sippel P E Scott and F Frafze are improving Main street b having new brick pavements laid I front of their buildings 000 Tim homo of Mr and Mrs C ELI htfoolls being extensively improved both inside and out Their sestdeuce i on Center street and one of the mo beautiful places In the West End CHILDRENS NIGHT At Alethodist Church BeautifulI ServiceLargely Attended by All Denominations Miss Margaret Burn Miss Lula Se vers and Mrs Ira Behetrhave been receiving compliments rind congratulations upon the success of the childrens ox ercises given at the Methodist church Sunday evening Tho young ladies ha complete charge of the program which I conjoined several interesting and cred itable features l rUlM tijliEl s it5t a twos betel Y thatnthaaudiehcecould not resist afl plauding her PROF WROE j J Honored With a Position in Blue- GrassI Nigh School Taught Here Seven Years Edmund Wroe who for Feven years has taught in Cioverport Graded School1 and for two years principal of the High School has accepted a position at Fleui ingsburg Ky He will be superinten dent of the school Prof Wroe is a most successfuli teacher and is well qualified to hold th position given him It is said a prophet is without honor in his own country but Prof Wroe has been given honor iin his own town which is uuusualj for most home boys i THE BEST ONE THIS SEASON The Performance Given by the Show Boat Sunny South Eclipsed Them All So Far BELL RICHARDS A FINE TEAM One of the best performances that has been seen at the river this season wa given at the the landing by W R Mar klos Sunny South It was brilliant and sparkling from start to finish and received tho unanimous commendation of tho vaudiville loving public Bell Richards deserve especial mention on their musical act In fact the show was all that could be expected for tho ad mission price Balltown Double Header Ballgown and Beach Fork crossed bats Sunday The results was ID to 1 iin favor of Balltown A double header was played Tarfork crossed bats with Balltown four innings was played 4 to 1 in favor of Balltown Curtis Pate and Rayton Pate were the batters It was C Pates first pitching The Balltown boys deteatedVictorlaonJune 6th 23 tog J l4 L c ELEGANT BANQUET AT FORDSVILLE Masons Confer Degree On Six x Well Known Men Interest Toasts Delivered By Several Guests NEWS RECEIVED INVITATION compllnmented by an invitation to attend the banquet given by the Fordsville Lodge No 600 Saturday evening Mr Bab bage seriously regretted that he could appreciatedethe courtesy extended to him The banquet was delightful An elaborate menu was served and bright duringY JnHollrock of Whltesville G B Likens of Hartford Rev Mather of Hardins burg and Dr J E Baurhill acted as toastmasterSimon andsEd Serother had proitgram J W Hale Olla Wilson and C I Harder were the reception com mittee They put forth every effort to make the banquet enjoyable and their expectations were indeed fulfilled The Master conIijHaynesand T W Williamson GREAT RECORD For The Louisville Southern Rail alasdEver Been Killed In Twenty Odd Years vI of OP t tjbf i t r 011t rti II f The Lawrenceburg News has the following interesting article which shows a record probably without a par alell in the United States in railroad circles The Louisville divisori of the South ern Railway was opened for traffic between Louisville and Burgin in July It is a remarkable fact but nevertheless true that up to this good day in June 1U09 almost twentyone years after this line was completed together with the branch to Lexington which was opened for business in 1889 the branch from Versailles to Georgetown and the extension from Harrodsburg to Jan ville which tsar subsequntly built k making a total miluage of 138 miles note a single passenger has been killed in the various accidents which this road has sustained during its many years of operationThe was connected with this road for several years and therefore iis in a position to realize to some extent the reason for this immunity from danger to the many patrons of this popular line He has also many years ridden over tho line quite frequ ently and during the past four years covered the trip from this city Ijexirig ton and Louisville weekly and he could not fail to observe the untiring care and watchfulness exercised by the train employes from the engineers and conductors down to the flagmen We doubt very much if there isa road operating today in this broad do singularly constant and untiring vigilance in the ofsSouthern Railway in Kentucky In the first place the majority of employee who have charge of trains are Ken tuckians to the mannerborn men true and trusty cool in the hour of danger and full of resource I Live In Irvington But Give Me Cloverport Says yWinn i IrvingtonSaturday here he was tho guest of Norman and Casper Gregory Cy has a large num ber of friends here and since he has moved to Irvington has been greatly x missed t- He says he is going to make some money this year on lane farm and then is coming back to old Cloverport tG i I J live t1 t- iA f 11 1 f The Stove With a MET TOPi- c Perfection Wick amg Oil Cook Stove differs oilstovesIt hat CABINET can keep dishes and easy reach while food afterremoving the blaze From its to its holding towels the 4 NEWPthJCTION Wick BineI Flame Oil Cwkfflove is without aUlcJIwithout concentrated heat rnttans the work t can be done the kitchen being heateckto an unbearable degree Can be lighted instantly and turned Thigh low or mjHium at will Three sizes With or wWiout Cabinet Top At your dealers or write our nearest agenar ThelYo Lampsible afinearlam Gives gOOdsizeJlivingroom dealer write our nearest agency Standard Oil Companync- arporaled i Em m1 1HIi11 I ANNUAL MEETING I- fftl tlTravelers Protective Association I- ft IASHEVILLE N C I- ff IMay a June 5 1909 I il I RailwayIi IIVery flow rates I1 be authorized to the public Take this opportunity of to Asheville and visiting the beautiful mountain ous section of Western North Carolina Asb aay Southern Railway Ticket Agent for and schedules tm or write me 1 I f C BEAM Jr A G P A It fSTLOUIS MO I- m iib 1 r = I RURAL TELEPHONES I fj 1 M 1 X Mr Farmer arc you interested If so call on the Jt Telegraphff i Company Line rate fr 4 f M6AI TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 Jf Incorporated AK f z Z Z Zr Zu 1 Reel Estate Department Do you wantI buy a farm or husinees i If you do you 3mayfind lust what you in this department If you aro interest 1cdin any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners 4name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once tolling us what you want and where you want it and letf 1 1usintroduce you to the man who has the very property you j are looking for productivecf 3 Do You Want to Sell your farm business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once togethortits This department is conducted solely for the purpose ofI enabling titI t buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbagc + Sales 6000 A Year A splendid stand store house stock of goods good will etcY sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here y is a fine opportunity for n man with a small capital to drop right into a good 7 business For further particulars writer JNO D BABBAGE r F Cloverport Ky on llardlnsburg and 3vr p3950trolls of sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings tltroo bin barnesv hog house and blacksmith shop nil necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres in timber white k black oak beech and sugar true all g size plenty of water the year roujfu Onotblrd cash and good oasv terms onbalance pfromGOO1 In good sbnpe good teuclult one good dwol t t lluKUOUSoVKa rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 barn 80x46 tcut1 novorfalllnjc Bprluc two ponds + This Is peod tobacco wheat and corn land 0 a- eLe4lbalanCO cleard Plentsugarood truly BtephellJlporU farmesis und good to HOI1 miles lhl not worn p1d oltllt is gad and and in rood ax Just the d farm for a man with a erne iJ r a J J itil n r illllll OjT New Blue t from all other fa TOP This means you utensils within cooking and tan keep hot itfrom wonderful burners racks for J that a cleat m1 31 = open Doff fare Z to need or business Annual good AvenuowolfIL 1 andtfrom Sample Improvements dwelling und timberIloeehbohauledLlmcstonelarldfortobaccoyearroundinoasycolt SALEA farm Containing 250acresand itbabarnsonej peachtreesmostallnlcovinyardsovsrsgrovesj tcwireFkroeonurlongFOB BALE A splendid stand for adruReist surroundedbyjusttheInto Wd Praftlco and tt good drug business An old Is the reason ulars address port Kv JI X r A Making Money On the Farm- IDraieageI t By G V GREGORY Agricultural Division Iowa State College Copyrljht 1909 by American Pre AiioeUlion 7 thefarlorder to make money on INIt Is first necessary to get the land in shape to respond liberally to tho work put upon It One of the first and most Important steps In get ting It In such condition Is to drain 1It thoroughly There are two general types of drainstile drains and open ditchesAbout the only place where an open ditch cm be used to advantage Is it draining lurgo sections of the country where natural drainage is Insufficient to carry off the surface water or to provide an outlet for tile Such a ditch Is really an artificial river Its large size prevents It from becoming easily clogged It should be made deep enough to provldo a good outlet for tile systems from tho farms trlb utary to It The sides should tiavo a- slope of at least one to onerun back one foot fof every foot of rise Tho Uso of Tile The major portion of the drainage however must bo dope with tile In starting out to tile a farm It pays to go at It systematically Few farmers are able to tile their whole farms at once but by planning the whole system be fore any work Is dono and then put ting In as many rods as possible each year the farm wilL In tho end be thor oughly drained at much less expense than If the work was gone at in a hit or miss fashion The proposed lines of tile should be laid off by a good engineer Lie has the tools and ability to do it properly and a little money spent In this way will be made up many times over in the added efficiency of the system The first money that Is spent for the should be put where it will yield tho quickest returns On almost every farm there are sloughs and draws that are too wet to work long after the rest of the field is dry The loss Is not so much from the land that Is taken up by these sloughs though that often amounts to considerable as to the trouble and loss of time In working around them A line of tile can be run up to such a place to take out the water and laterals put In later to drain the surrounding ground moro thor oughly Often after the slough Is drained there will be a strip of corn ovftn tho tile that will bn tho best In the tit while out a little farther tho corn will be small and yellow Tile width of this strip of corn Is a very good Indi cation of the distance apart that the drains should be placed The ground over the tile Is warmer and drier In the spring than tho other and conse quently the corn gets n better start Through the summer when there Is no water In the tile air Is flowing down through them This pulls air down through the soil making root growth moro rapid and the plants more vigorous A deep root system means a large feeding ground and con sequently a larger yield For these reasons nil low Oat lands should be thoroughly underlaid with rows of tile even though the surface water novel stands on them A map showing the exact location of the drains should be kept so that they can be readily found when It Is desired to add Inter als to the system Planning the Drainage System- In planning drainage system there ire three especially Important consid erations the depth nnd size of the tile and the distance apart of the drains More tilt drains are put In too shallow than too deep In most soils four feet Is about the right depth In PIG rKOTECTIXa TILE OUTLET hardpan the tile may have to be laid shallower or the water will never got to them Deep tile moan a deep layer of mellow soil which acts as a sponge to bold capillary water for tho crops The deeper the the the farther their effect will bo felt on either side The size of tho tile depends upon the fall and the amount of land to bo drained The engineer who lays out the drain will usually bo able to compute the size required- In estimating the number of acres to bc drained by a given line of tile all the land from which surface water flows toward it should be Included as well as all land drained by laterals which empty Into It The depth of the drains and the char JNOlineplace the drains Tile four feet deep itl1 i Ltiff j t C V GREGORY Author of Home Course In Modern Agriculture on a sandy soil will draw seventyfive feet on either side while In clay soil their effect will not be felt a third as far As already stated the width of the strip of good corn or other gram over a drain Is n good Indication of the pulling power of tho drain Where i drainage system is being put In a little I Int a time the laterals can be put In I i from 75 to 200 fret apart at first depending on the soil and others put In between later If experience shows them to bo necessaryThe Ono of the most Important parts of the drainage system is tho outlet If the drain empties Into a ditch or stream a stone bulwark should bo built up to keep the end tile from be ing washed away The drain should enter the stream above the level of the water If possible When It enters be low tho force of the current Is checked and If the water Is carrying much silt some of it will be deposited in the I r I PIG n rooit WAY TO LAY TILE I tile It Is a good plan to use sewer pipe for n few feet back from tho outlet I as It ta not so easily displaced by freezingMany drains are built with an out let In a box nt the side of the road or next to a neighbors fence Such ah outlet Is not very satisfactory but sometimes it Is the best that can be provided The box should be well built to keep out rubbish The mouth of the tIe In this ns well as in other forms of outlets should be covered to keep out small animals during dry weather The bottom of the box should be at least a foot below the tile The silt that settles here should be clean ed out occasionally A much better plan than the use of a tile box is to co operate with the road authorities or with the neighbors and extend the line of tIle to some permanent outlet Laying the Tile It rarely pays a farmer to lay his own tile but he should keep close watch of the men whom he hires to do the work A little carelessness In lay ing the till may make the drainage system practically worthless If at any place the tile dips an Inch below tho grade line that Inch will fill up with silt and the capacity of the whole system wlll be reduced that much Tho old saying that a chain is no stronger than its weakest link applies with especial force to a the drain No man can lay tile to grade accurately by eye even If there is water running in tho ditch at the time Remember that It Is your money that Is paying for the drain and that It Is your priv liege to have it put in as you want It The only way to get the tile laid exactly to grade Is to use targets whet an engineer lays out a line of the tile he sets a row of grade stakes each ono marked with the depth tho ditch Is to be at that point When the ditch Is down nearly to tho required point targets are set up at these grade stakes A target consists of an upright stick on each side of tho ditch with- a crossbar clamped to It These cross bars should bo adjusted so that they are level and just seven feet above the grade line For Instance If the cut marked on the grade stake is four feet tho crossbar should bo three feet above the stake After a number of these targets have been set a string Is stretched across tho tops of them Then a measuring stick seven feet long will just reach from the string to tho correct grade line With ono man to hold the measuring stick and another to scrape out the bottom of the ditch It can be dug to grade very accurately- Of course both digging the ditch and laying the tile should begin at the outlet Dont let the men stand on the bank and lay the tIle with a book Make them get down into the ditch and put them In by hand standing on those already laid to hold them in place By handling each tile any cracked or Imperfect ones can be dis covered and thrown out After the tile art laid a little dirt should bo scraped from the side of the ditch to In soon as theplacetime Is should be lost In covering tho ditch REVIVED MUSICAL ART Ytting GIrls Are Now Playing the Harpsichord and Clavichord Quaint musical Instruments of n po clod preceding the advent of the grand and upright pianos are being studied now by the young girl who Is bent on broadening her knowledge of music and her powers of appreciating the compositions of great masters Cre ators having reached the highest point In the perfection of the mechanism and tono of the modern musical Instru ment and artists having learned how to understand and enjoy masterpieces through this medium the time seems to have come when real music lovers revert and willingly too to the days of the tinkling harpsichord the gentle spinet and tho well tempered clav ichordTho girl of today studies art and sho learns quite a little about decora tion so that she finds a great deal of pleasure In planning the decoration of her own harpsichord or clavichord If she does not chooso one already fin ished Genuine antiquities are rare and where special Instructions as to color and stylo of case are not to be considered n regulation style Is offered one that will harmonize In almost any room and one that Is specially suited to tho study hall or school music room A plain enamel not too dark with gold trimmings Is the most satis factory for general purposes but where ono presides over a French sitting room and music room combined then tho decorations of the musical Instru ment should by all means follow along the lines of the French Instruments The harpsichord Is somewhat more difficult to master than the clavichord I I CfcAVICHOHD MAPK IIY BOHIEDMAYJUl IN NEUSTADT AU UEK A1SCH 1780 or the spinet on account of the double keyboard and the different tones But a girl who starts with a fair knowl edge of piano music and good technique can soon learn to play the harp sichord The clavichord Is simpler It has a very short keyboard and this Is single thus obviating the confusion provided by the double one There are no pedals and the tones are extremely I soft and beautiful c A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from n frightful death is a story to thrill the world MA hard cold he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that aflled an ex pert doctor here Thdfl paid 10 to 515 a visit to a lung peciilist in Spo kane who did noJr help me Then I went to Californj but without benefit At last I used ye Kings New Discovery which c Ipletely cured me and now I aui as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co The Desire For Appearance The Village Grocer peevishly Look here Aaron What makes you put the big apples In the top of the barl The Honest Farmer cheerily What makes you comb that long scalp lock over your bald spotPuck Gk IEdr n Cry FOR F ETCHERS CA TORIAI How He IKnew My wife took me to the orchestra concert last night and I think they played Wagner- What makes you think so Why a big Irjnch of plaster fell from the ceiling into the middle aisle during the concert and a man who was sleeping near mo woke up and said Wagner Cleveland Plain Dealer There aremauy imitations of De WIlts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve DeWitta is the ofiginal Be sure you get DeWitts rfftrbolized Witch Hazel Salve when SBU ask for it It is good for cuts bums and bruises and is es pecially good for Piles Sold by all druggists Receive no satisfaction for premedi tated Impertinence Forget it and for give it but keep inexorably at a dis tance from him who offered it Lava ter J f i ft w tYJUaht ttFresh n oti pert I flusoIr endFeai rneItealuar rtiorn Grown See- dsncttJ OFFKR FA IwoI I gip1pkgPrlaeeu1pkrBaf0re rr It y 1 rh Perly ow tdn tI L I r tnla ket p 1 p Llylet ut lerv 1JI p an lib oar NNnanrntiv Oraeln U n i- C Gt14AT NUI1TIi1 nN SYlill C1 JtJ P y I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS ItII WITH Dr KingsrNew DiscoveryII 1 FOR pUCFlPRICE SLDS Trlil Settle Free t I AND ALC TROT AND LUNG TROUBLES it 1 GJ1ARANTEEDSATISFAOrOBYIi t OR MONEY REFUNDED 4 f t r I I IF I it is the surest and safest J place you want to have yourIwatch repaired go t- oT C LEWISh- o knows how and does as hofknows Ho hls one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY i all good not shoddy at the j fvery lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for llemeiubor it is the same T C Lewis Como ho is glad to welcome youand give you satisfactionT Lewis tifrnie Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky f F t r STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suts and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fjtguaranteed Mod crate prices Expert tailors em ployed H HUNSCHE asperMny CoCant eltonInd 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS i COPYRIGHTS etc Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention li probably pat tah Communion UonlBtrlctlycontldontllll ANDBOOK onPatents sent free Oldest agency for BocurtnlfJllItentl latentll taken A Co receive tptclal notice without charge In tho Scientifici flmericati A hand olyillnetratod weekly Lnrsesi air laUoirof any iclontlllo Journal Terms f3 a onrjffour months fk Bold by all newsdealers r YorkBranch L IL 6t ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 145 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloverport 5OT A M stops at Irvington West Point Stites and Modora only arrive at Louisville 725 A alNo 142 lallyMalland KxpressloavesOlo erportlO07 A M stops atall way stations rrfves Louisville 1358 p ID Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 4158 p m stops at all way stations oust of Clovorport except Mystic arrives at Louisville Ii40uro r accomojatlon WEST BOUND accommodationloavosstations arrives Henderson 825 am expressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Muceo Owensooro Stanley Henderson and Bvansvllle St litTrainrives Cloyorport 748 p m Evansvlllo 1035 pm Soups at all stations No 1145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo AMIIawesvllleOwonaboroChair cars on trains 141 142 143 144 between sleepingcars andStFordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsv111e800 9i40aamTrain LeavesFordsvt11e330p 5130pmTrain No 6 Sunday only Pordfcvlll rOO a m Irvington 985 a m WEST BOUND leavesIrvinJTiTaln i to T parrivesDR Wr M CASPER DENTIST At Cldverport every Wednesday and Thurs day at Dr Llshtfoots 011lcoii t H Deli nOORMAN Attorney at Law- ARDINSBURO KY 1 rOourt er njpecial t0COol o r cases attentionflven Ltcense- yractico 1nUnttet1 States District Cpurts z Offlco over Bank oMIardlnsbunr t J 4 Ut1r t f TO CLEAN FEATHERS IIect a Good Bright Day For Thl f Important Work This IsI a male that most housckccr j ers dread but It ouii bo done most tt successfully without u great deal of i hard work elect n good bright dn w form It for sun regardless of old super stltlons to the contrary Is the Jest i thing in the world for feathers Kmpt Jf the feathers or down into a hug ot cheesecloth tie the mouth tightly am wash in u big tub of strong whlti c t soapsuds with n little ammonia added 1Rub tho bag between the hands am teif1 clear hot waters and hang without squeezing to drain and dry in the sui ror near heat During tho drying proc csa pull the bag apart several times When dry place in n larger clean bat and whip well for ten minutes with av rattan whip and you will find youi i themra slight loss In the feathers as some of them como through the bag but 4 the clean fluffy ones almost make uji In bulk for what has been lost in thr i water On account of what sifts tr through the bag never wash them in set tubs ns the fluff going through the tplpeS may clog them in three or four j places A feather bed may bo washed tr r In the same way Of Course It Is trou fc blesome but well worth while Need- less1 to say the tick should bo thor oughly washed to bo In readiness for rthe feathers when dry A hot flatiron y well coated with beeswax and then run over the Inside of pillow and bed ticks keeps the filling from washing through If you dont wish to wash yyour feathers it is a great help to them to let them get wet In summer foraln and then sun for several days rs bringing them in each night BomelimlS you may be told that there are other things just as good as DeWitts ikidney and Bladder Pills That isnt go Nothing made is ns good as De Witts Kidney andB adder Pi lllor any = s ailments of thI ney r bladder G which always re I 1n weak back ci backache rheumu pains rheumatism jS7 and urinary diso ers1 A trial of Def Witts Kidfaey ant Bladder Pills Is tsufficient to convince you how good they arc Send your name to E C V DeWitt Co Chicago fora free trial atobox They are sold hero by all drug gists Satisfied Each Side Nearer seven feet tall than six was K tho father of the present earl of Ennis 4 klllen He was a magistrate and a f mighty fox hunter He used to como to tho justice room ready dressed ttor hunting quite early in tho morning in order to hear cases before he start Jicd off td th meet His practice was to bear the plaintiff and then horse + r t TWhlp the defendant abusing jilm for p behaving in such a blackguardly mat w1 nci Then he heard the defendant and cs afterward horsewhipped the nlaintlff t It is said I that both parties left tho ri i court perfectly satisfied each saying horsewhlppellIf Jc If you havent the lime to eXercssi- aif regularly Doans egulets will prevent constipation The induce mild easy J healthful action 6f the bowels without rV griping Ask your druggist for them 25c Yo y + r rWithin Her Means iAJ pretty little girl of three years was QiJ Ji a drug store with her mother lie Ing attracted by something In the i showcase she asked what it was The clerk replied That is u scent bag r v How cheap replied the little girl Ill take twoILipplncottsrSy1 l v ICould Not Be Better No one has ever made a sal ei oint inienti lotion or balm to cmjfpare with ffiBuoklens AruLsfl Salvor Its the one I perfect lteale of CCorns Burns fBruises Sores Ids Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt R eum For sore eyes vCold Sores chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 250 at Severs r Drug Co IfIt fe Read Our New Story 1 IrislrucwB Interesting k CORRECT ENGLISH Now to I if e It i A onthly Magazine Devoted tom 1 jfithouse o ngllsh iA JOS PIIINE TURK BAKER Editor ar ir ARTIAL ONTENT51W i The Cogroct ord Queries and m fii Answers Shal land Will Shoulll m rand Wo ld ow to Use Them 1 n Pronunci io Century Dictiont ary Coe English In theW Home Co di t English iu the 1 School WhM to Say nnd What- Not m to Saj11rse iu Grammar 11f Course in c or Writing and 3 Punctuatic B lass Euglislt for the Iiusiiiiless an Compound WordsJ ow to Write Them s Studies H English iteraturo 1 GENTS VATED milllCORRKT ENGLISH Chi ago lllta fI Klease montlonpaper f 19ill t ifI Oriental Gold Pill Ladies If in need just get a bottle of- GoldOriental Pills Safe Speedy Sure Sold under 500 Gunrantco Price x00 At drug stores or HeuKfireet to UH Mailed in ffain wrapper Write for ooklct Conddcn tinl ft dt sent free Desk G Est mc Chemical Co 3J West 1t St New York Genuine Turkisli Female Pills A Novel Timepiece This quaint instrument onco use for measuring timo by light belonged to Mary queen of Scots It is now in the possession of Lord do Lisle and Dudley at Penshurst England Trouble Makers Ousted Whan a sufferer frpimstomach trouble takes Dr KingsjltfewLife Pills hes mighty glad to see Dyspepsia AndlJ llI Indigestion fly but mo hes tickle over his new HnXapptU e strong nerves healthy vigor all B use stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25a at Severs Drug CoA Slave There was a humble slave in the pal ace of the Caliph Haroun al Uaschld The caliph had in his audience chain ber twenty rare vases and it twa i written in the laws of Bagdad that he who should have the misfortune to break one of these would pay the pen alty with his life This slave one day broke a vase Ho was instantly seiz ed tried and condemned to death Butt the caliph had no sooner pronouncedI sentence on him than the slave turned and walking calmly to the other nine teen vases with one sweep of the arm destroyed them all Wretch the caliph thundered why have you done that barbarous deed To save the lives of nineteen o my fellow countrymen the doomed1 slave replied We do not know of any other pillI I that is as good as DeWitts Little Early Ulcers the famous 1 ltup liver pills smell gentle Sploasantjrand sure pills with a reputatio Sold by all druggists Paid Miss Belle warulngly Sally tho used to tell me when I was a little girlt that If I did not let coffee alone 1It would make me foolish Sally who owes her oneWell why didnt you Lifo Itching piles ovoice profanity bu profanity wf1 t c them Doan Ointment cure cluing bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug store Our Helpful Maids LouiseIm in an awfulboat Alto- I started to bleach my hair I found t had only enough to do half of it an I Nelson is coming tonight Julia Nev er mind dear Let him sit on the- peroxshlcTInrpcrs Bazar Stops earache in two ninutes toothache or pain ofliuni or scald in flvi minutes boars muaj oue hour muscle ache two houjfr sore throat hoursDr omas Ecectric OilI monarch over pain CASTOR I A For In to d The Kind Yfq ways Bought Bears the- Signaturo of r Subscribe Right Now I EXPERIMENTAL ROAD Details of One That Has Given the Beet of SatisfactionI Samuel S Jones of Clinton Wls furnished the following details of con structlon of an experimental rond built for educational purposes under the dl olllce of public roadsGcorgchL I chargeI the town of Clinton Rock county WIs one mile cast of the village of Clinton In the construction of this road all the machinery was furnished by the government at no expense to the town The town on Its part furnished all the labor and material This road commenced at the top of n clay hill and extended down the side to and across n black muck slough Thus we had the of observing the I1dmntngQII I finishing under the different conI ditions Tle road was first graded to a width of thirtysix feet from gutter I to gutter The trench for receiving l the crushed rock of which the roadII l was constructed was twelve feet This trench was shouldered evenly at I the edges Tile bed of the trench or roadbed was brought to a perfect I grade having a crown of three fourths Inch to the foot from the center of crown to the side shoulders When the roadbed was In proper shape for the superstructure cross drains were put in at Intervals of 100 feet These drains which were from eight to ten Inches deep and ono foot wide were filled with ccarse crushed stone and extended to the outside gutter thereby Insuring perfect drainage for the road when finished I The superstructure was built of limestone the first layer being crush ed to a size which would pass through n three Inch ring This layer was then rolled thoroughly nod covered with a finer grade of stone and again rolled This method of placing on layers and rolling was continued until fourteen r EXPEHIMENTAI tOdD AT CLINTON w1-9ll I LAYING TOP COUlISEtInches of the loose material had been rolled to n solid bed eight inches thick 1 Durlug the rolling process water was sprinkled on the different layers of stone to help cement the stone tSgoth t or and thereby snake a perfect surface for traffic When the road was com pleted ns Par as the coarser stone and rolling were concerned a layer of sift Ings from the crusher was spreads evenly over the surface of tie road and alternately rolled and sprinkled until no moro could be worked into the roadbed either by sprinkling or rolling The surface of the road reacted that point of perfection In building where neither sittings nor water could be forced Into It The finishing of the earth shoulders which are six feet wide on tact sloe of the stout drive way with just enough shut to carry off all surface water and leave a good earth road on cither side made the i road complete and gloves us a twenty four foot road of earth and stone- f It was built under very expensive conditions our shortest haul tor stone being four miles Labor cost from S8- to 4 per day team and man from 5 to 7 per day and even at these prices we could procure but half enough teams to keep the machinery running thereby increasing greatly the cx pense This road Is giving the best of satisfaction and is fast gaining friends It NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All newspapers of any con sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occurEditor tWhere to Put Plate Rails Where to put n plate rail in tie dining room IIs not known dellultel7 to many people IIt should be placed about seven feet from the floor and should maUh the woodwork and can be wider or narrower as it is intende- dr for holding plates or pitchers and tank lardsd Is safer to have a grooved lodge tor plates to hold then more firmly in case of sudden jarring The fullest effect of a plate rail says an authority In the way of decoration is made prow a careful selection of what it IH to hold Avoid a jumble of colors mild overcrowding enIuc in rlih deep colors Is most ef fective but with tan or ecru walls isIlovely With the brown paper now so much lu vogue for dining rooms plenty of orange and light yellow plates null pitchers ou the rail give a needed touch of color If possible do not keep articles on the rail that are In frequent use They are apt to be Broken in taking thorn down s CblIdr FOR FLE 5Y CAST I A U VALUABLE BEAUTY HINTS How to Make Yourself Look Younger Than You Are There is probably no compliment which affords a woman greater pleasure titan to be told that she does not look her age Many women do not feel ns old ns they really are but their quitelookspossible however for them to appear young ns well as to feel young anti In fact take five to ten years off their ago by employing proper treatment I Take tho cheeks for instance which as age creeps on havo a tendency to sink while the skin becomes sallow and lines appear about the mouth Massage Is the only means by which the cheeks can bo made plump Take the tips of the fingers and pat or lightly strike the cheeks using a little cold cream Patting Is good for any face find it is one of these things i which if practiced in moderation a great deal for the skin pinking doII smoothing it and rounding It out that delicious plumpness which is so I much desired by every normal woman But the woman who wants to look young must retain her curves In tho young there is always a set of pretty curves and these must be reclaimed should they have disappeared The most attractive of these curves is tho one that Is made by the cheek a pleas ing curve at the side of the face rounding from the temple to the chin A womans next care must be for her eyes The nose can take care of itself You can do little with an ill shaped nose Hut you can make the rest of the face so attractive that a small defect of the nostril is not no ticedTo attempt to treat the eyes with drugs to make them bright Is of course extremely dangerous No med tine should go into the eyes ns bright eners But the eyes can bo made to grow bright by intelligent care of them Early hours will keep the eyes in good condition But as every wom an cannot keep early hours and us many women would think tho penalty of early to bed too much to pay for optic beauty the best thing to do Is to take proper care of tho eyes Do not rock while you are reading for this comp ls the eyes constantly to change their focus and injures them Do not face n strong light Do not read or write when you are mentally exhaust ed Never wear glasses that do not fit the eyes and do not look fixedly at one spot too long Rest your eyes frequently by closing them and never I upon any account press upon the eye ballsIf I the eyes are small they should be made larger by reducing the fat of I the face Small eyes are usually caused by the cheeks being too fat Plump cheeks are pretty but fat cheeks are a drawback to beauty The woman generally has twinkling lit tle eyes and tho woman who onco had large dreamy sentimental orbs will find that as she grows stouter the dreairtifiglhUmon t+ disappoara behind the mounds of fat that grow np under her eyes The beauty of tho eyes are greatly assisted by nice long lashes and good eyebrows IIf the lashes are short they 0111 be treated not by cutting them but by bathing the eyes in a weak so lution of boraelc acid and by using tepid water upon then when they are tired Cutting the lashes seldom gives good results while the pulling out of the lashes In the hope that they will come in thicker Is positively injurious Tho woman who wants to take ten years off her age must fight stoutness I MM Ain fat unman over I not a voiinv Fads For Women- A new design In a bureau or side board scarf Is of linen hemstitched all around then hand embroidered Tho embroidery starts from tho four corners and H worked inward forming two Very handsome ends In tho cen ter of the long sides n pretty running design is worked measures 18 by 1550 hemstitched pillowslips similarly em broidered are of Irish linen measur 22i by 30 inches and may be ling for 1C5 per pair Burlap and craftsmans canvas are much Used for cushion covers and really beautiful effects may be brought out with very little effort A design conventional or otherwise cut from cretonne and employed with an embroidery stitch will make a brave showing at the expense of little time or trouble Another good design equal feathersInatural col rlngsII I iI If Sugar Boils Too Long I Boiling sugar or water for ices or icing is a somewhat ticklish operation as every cook knows If cooked too much It will bo sugary and if not enough it will run The latter fault can be remedied by returning to tine stove for a few min utesWhen the boiling has gone beyond I the desired degree tho consistency can be reduced by adding a few tablespoonfuls of cold water and boiling again If the sugar has been burned the taste will remain even though sugar Ing has been prevented lj Never stir sugar and water while boiling It you do not want It to granu late Watch It carefully and take It off at the critical moment which in most cases must be decided by experience PRIZES FOR GOOD ROADS Fund Established by Spokane Magnate to Encourage Farmers Building of good roads by the farm ers In Spokane and Whitman counties Wash and Latali county Ida is be ing materially boosted by Jay P Grave president of the Spokane and Inland Empire Electric railway sys tem who announces he will give prizes amount lug to nOOO In three yearly Installments for the best mile of con structed highway in WOO 1010 timid iion The offer is mude by Mr Graves as a private citizen the primary purpose being to encourae the ranchers in the Palouse wheat district south of Spo kane in the building of permanent roads with such materials as are at hand though the use of concrete mac adam oil or other substance will not disqualify competitors Japanc Good Roads Japan Is peculiarly well ort In re spoct of 90iyiJjShways The Tokajdo which runs from Kyoto to Tokyo is over 300 miles In length and is admi rably constructed There Is also the Xaknsendo which Is even longer anti passes through sonic of the finest scen ery In the world The reason of Japan ovoHence in the matter of roads Is UnIt In the old daysnot so very long ttgothe dnltnlo or terri torial nobl 4 had to journey to Tokyo once a year in order to pay their re- Spects to the sovereign They traveled by toad with great retinues and If the highways were not In perfect eon dition feudtil Justice was meted out to the delinquents I 2l 1 ell EDeC r C- Bitte sSucceed vn cverytMir csc CalL In ncrvouj prosJttion nOi femal weaknesses they arc thy o remedy ns thousands htlVo testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It l ithc best medicine cvr scM f over a drugglrts olio+ t iH1ffR V tI THE WORLDS GREATEST PARK Rivenrlew Chicagos Dusting Talrlnfof Amusement Device To BOO Chicago at play one muat g M Rlvorvlew Great cities are attraotlv ta gay moods and the metropolis on ulake Is nevor merrier than when disport Ing itself in thin wonderful park The Roman hippodrome cannot be com pared with this great park either la magnitude fabulous Investment or attendance I I Frequently 260 000 men women and children aro within the enclosure of the vast and beautiful resort Instantly after one enters the white masonry oc the gates and till he emerges he Is raya tined bewildered entranced Broad vistas lead everywhere to turreted paT llons circuses theaters ballets Streets of Cairo ball parks casinos water chutes cascades electric launches mlnla turo railways Wild West Shows aerial coasters menageries Japanese pagoda and open air concerts by tho worlds fla eat bands ij a festival city with ttaat peals of organs roar of s IBlvervlew swish of waters dashiac tiof foaming lakes boat whistles stringed instruments tomtoms euphonies of bagpipes chanting of Indians hymnals In sacred plays yells of cowboys reports of rUles and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations of a million birds and animals jubilee singing shouts and laughter and sounding above all the majestic strains of Bohumir ICryls great bandIts Chutes cascades GOO feet in mid air spray crystal waters in continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend in clouds of mist dashing downward until they skim the surface of tho lake lash- Ing Us 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 lag Tlio biblical story of Babylon Is en ncted by 1000 young men and women In the classical costumes- In Big Ottos Animal Jungle Miss Dixie young pretty and fearless en ters a den of lions Jaguars panthers and wildcats She seizes the jaws of a Nu bian lion forces them open and thrusts her head between great teeth that gleam dangerously against her white throat A naval battle botweon tho Monitor ana Merrlmac tho Kyfhausen the mountainous retreat of Emperor Bar barossa and Paul Rovoros rldo aro his toricalCamels and elephants hear laughing children In n Flea Circus tiny insects perform incredible feats a pony hippo drome living pictures Turkish dancers circle and slant swings motor and sub marine boats deep sea divers live whales skating rinks velvet and aerial coasters mechanical minstrels Thou sand Islands waterways Japanese tea gardens rhlno e pavllllons double whirls nnl onillons delightImparting do Ixos form t tjf ts pikes plalsancos warts and TNjrtPrwa- ysnivervlowran emerald forest under an inalesceolraky glistens with a silvery river agnT sclntlllant diamond lakes At nclitjrrtili veritable fairyland has myil mlagTOf lights that whirl an1 flash and rmmpr n rainbow haze on gay throngs K more beautiful fairy spectacle was Lever conceived EDEEDrnEEEEDi DEELEEmEEEILILI LI ARED A FARMER YOU NEEDD o DD 8 The American Farm Review and EJ P Digest of the Agricultural Press j Dr7 j 00It 11ItF1otiItemployes tho largest editorial force over organized by a farm paper JLIIIBelieving that tho wide awalco and uptodate farmer will appreciate such a publication The FARM REVIEW we have for tho benefit of our readers contracted 81ns tho publisher for a limited number of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FARM to be offered in connection with a new or renewalj subscription to this newspaper i I HERE IS OUR OFFER it For 100 we will send the Breckenridge News and D The American Farm Review one year Li F BSend yourxtfrders to aw Thc Breckenridge NewsA 1 rtcrport Kentucky 1 onnnnnnnmnoim Pi Y y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING C- Oy I x Issued Every Wednesday K Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at tho rate 10 coats per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Monoy la advance h Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleat fo otify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT t RAGES = = CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1909 = The Democrats of this county seem to be in pretty good shape dad are entering the campaign with a good deal of enthusiasm What jjtheywant to do is to put up a good clean ticket Select their best men and they will have a lighting chance Its going to take every f man theyve got and then dome to win The independent voter t holds the balance of power in this county That vote is going to tl- i host men regardless of what ticket they sail under j The State School Board has awarded the contract for all the text hooks used in the county schools of Kentucky to the American Boo Company The contract represents a 1600000 1 Now let the getdoing something They have fight on their hands if they did but know it Wake up and get on T pllintTLet the Democrats fill their ticket with men like Vie Robertson and therell be something doing in this county in a political way The Senatorial race in this District is a littJo mixed at this stagQ of the game It will take a vote to settle it I There is something doing over on tho Branch every day It iis 1onef of tho busiest roads in the State TILE NEWS OF I w IRVINGTON Gathered By Our Hustling Cor respondent For The Benefit Of Our Readers h PICNICS AND ENTERTAINMENTS ri i Mrs John Nevitt bas returned from Louisville where she spent several days trC guest of her sister Mrs Fred How aril ttssSallie Ems otter a short visit t here to her sister Mrs Foster Lyons r has returned to Owensboro y I The Shriners have nil returned from j Louisville and they report having the F time of their lives and are sure going toi New Orleans next year IIOneof the most pleasant outing parties of the season was that given on last Saturday by the pupils of the Pres byterian Sunday School at Dents Bridge near town The crowd left the city early in the morning spending the day in the woods Notwithstanding a very heavy rain that fell in the after noon there was a large crowd and the I dinner spread was highly enjoyed by all Mr Edgar Bennett spent two days of last week in the city L Business was fairly active last week and all of the merchants enjoedagood trade The spring trade has been un j1 1usuallygood this year The farmers ji are still busy with their crops and har t vest is almost here BO there is not f i very largo crowds in town on Saturday tMrsH H Kemper will leave in ar short while for Mirrot North Dakota where she will visit her sister Mrs A W M Hardaway for several months While there she will go to Seattle Washington to the Yaukpn Exposi tionMr T R Blythes residence on Maple Ave is being treated to a nice coat of white and green paint by the Shirman Bros of IndianaI Marshall D W Henry returned I Tuesday night from a three weeks trip through Oklahoma and while gone was the guest of Mr H W Herndon at the Lowen Hotel at Enid and he reports business flourishing Mrs R M 1Jolly Jr left Saturday for Louisville for a week s visit to Mrs i Harry White Miss Lyda McGehee who has been iinI i Louisville for the past six months came home Thursday and is the guest of herI parents Mr and Mrs F H McGehee Mr and Mrs Bate Washington en tertained last Friday at their country home in honor of Mr and Mrs E E Jones who are the guests ot Mr andI I Mrs Frank Peyton There was a largeI number of guests and the affair wasI very enjoyabjer Whyjjllfft you delight the house wifely furnishing her pure andI Vb esome flour Your grocer keepsI is Its the Lewisport flour Miss Claire Jolly will leave today for J Cloverport where she will be the guest of the Misses Plank for a few days Joe Wimp after a stay of a week herewith his aunt Mrs J R Wimp left for Louisville Friday Mrs G L Brady and daughter Mis i Jessie Brady spent Friday in the city on a shopping tour Mrs T R Blythe and two children left Friday for Cloverport for a ten days or two weeks visit with Miss Claire Hardin and other relatives Miss L B McGlothlan after being the guest of relatives here for the past week left for Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs R E Hayes and child f r 4 Invitations Cards and U I Announcements for I J t UJuneWeddings 2 Beautiful in Workmanship and absolutely Correct in Form 4- Fr BRECKENRIDGE NEWS kCloverport Ky arftX 1 tl- 1llp h Aw e a e ren arrived Wednesday from Hodgens ville Ky for an indefinite visit to Mr Hflyes parents Mr and Mrs M Mudd Mrs R M Jolly entertained patty of eight at fortytwo complimentary to her daughter Miss Claire Jolly Wednesday evening An ice cour was served after the ga- meoJ H Gorscuh of Minot North Dakota has returned home after spend ing a short time here the guest of 1113 Lena Simmons Mrs Bert Cunningham and two grand children Nannie Lee and G B Gardner came up last Friday for stay of several days with Mr and Mr Fon Rhodes The date for the annual picnic or outing of the Sunday School of the First Baptist church has not yet been announced but Superintendent Hern don and others are looking about and seeking to get some new ideas in re gard to outings and it is expected that provision will be made to make the np proaching outing the best ever yet had1 Miss Zeola Kirkham of New Middle town Ind bn visitor of Misses Mag- IC gie and Nannie Cowley this week Mrs W J1 Piggott and daughter Miss Eliza contemplate going to Min neapolis Minnesota about the first Hubertka cottage r the summer Dr and Mrs S P Parks were iin- n Louisville Friday shopping Mrs L L Legters and little son Ic Saturday for Elizabethtown for a sev oral days visit to relatives Mrs C F Marshall spent the day Saturday in the city shopping Master Lewis Herndon has return pd from Brandenburg where be sppqt lust week visiting W J Piggott and D C Heron are on the reception committee for theii Masonic celebration at Hardinsbur beginning this SnturdayIi A B Suterof Custer passed through town Saturday enroute to Louisville Rev T W Gayer will leave Friday for Mellwood Ky where he will beginI a series of meetings at his church Miss Mary Cornwall spent Saturday J i and Sunday in j ouisville visiting J CriendsII drWhy do you delight the house wife IluXiurnlshing her pure and 1 who erne flour Your grocer keeps i itjWs the Lewisport flour Mr G N Lyddan lost a very valuable 1 mule by lightning last Saturday 1 It was n6t a total loss for he had it well insured s The Railroad Co is grading on the Branch road near town and tjhas t- I about J fifteen teams running daily Mr HfiWKJn Smith of Garfieidfhascharg4 of the force Dr W D Powell of Louisville State Secretary of the Home Mission Board will fill the pulpit of the RevJ Gayer on the 4th Sunday evening InI the absence of the pastor Miss Martha Dorsey of Indianapolis J will spend the month of July with Mrs J D C Heron An earnest appeal is being made by the ministers of our city for better attendance S at the Union Prayer meet ing Come and you will be greatly benefited The next meeting is at the Presbyterian church beginning at 74toclock Mrs E R Turner of Louisville was the guest of her parents Mr ands Mrs William Cornwall last week v Sunday School Convention Report I I The first session of the Annual County i Convention which met at McQuady June 23 was opened with devotional 1 services conducted by Rev J T Lewis who read as a scripture lesson the 19th 1 PsalmConference I of advanced grades wasi the first topic called The superintendent 1 of this department being absent W J Vaughn led the conference whoi discussed the work showing the great good that is being accomplished by thisi I department throughout the State andI the necessity of all workers being up and doing j Song 40 Will There Be Any Stars Dr Mather made a very interesting talk on the Sunday Schools 6f today Impressing upon all the importance ofE beginning early in lifo to train the child1 for Christ Miss Cova Matthews in her report on intermediate work showed the need n- an E intermediate superintendent ineach district and in each school of the dis trictW D Smith on The Senior Depart ment and its Work made some good suggestions and am sure if put into practice in each school will bp found very helpful- Song 168 Bringing in the Sheaves after which the convention adjourned until 730 EVENING SESSION Opening song 187 Praise God Rev D R Peak read 103 Psalm Song 124 Soldiers in the Army W J Vaughen spoke on liThe Status of Teachers Training in the State He emphasized the importance of training teachers in the Sunday School and ther Sunday School will never do their best until they have well trained teachers i1il f J I Dr Mather rend as a scriptural texts for his sermon Hosea 211 This Sun day School Sermon was a great fens and we only wish that all Sunday School workers could have heard it onSong and adjournment soMORNING SESSION JUNE 3 Song 162 Rescue the Perishing Devotional conducted by Prof H R Warner SheavesssssPrayer by Rev D R Peak Reading of last years minutes by the secretary Opportunityain Ithe Sunday Schools made a most interesting talk said that in Sabbath School we are living and teaching the word of God W J Vavghen said We are the greatest Sunday School nation in the world Knowing this we should do our most to push this great work Report of District secretaries was next called Only one secretary was present but two others sent written re ports xnd two districts were reported 1by county President After taking the outing the choir sang 188 Adjournment until 115- AFTERNOON SESSION 1Devotional by Rev J T Lews ICMrs W J Piggott made a beautiful talk on the elementary work The following arc a few of the many things a teacher should bear in mind while pre paring and teaching his class mind your Ps QS patiently plan practically quicklyt pray persistently W J Vnughen explained the Organ ized Adult Bible Class and showed by illustration the great work accomplished by it in the last year Mrs J R Wimp being absent Miss Cova Matthews explained the 1 B R A IThe following resolutions were offered and adopted thatgcomes into the home should be pure and elevating and such as would tend to the best dcvelopement ot the chil dren therefore we wish to recommend that all books magazines and papers be eliminated from our homes which have in them illustrations holding up low ideals of art iu which disobedience to parents disrespect to elders and deceit are treated lightly where malicious mischief is made to seem worthy of em ulation and where those things which make for strong noble Christian char- Acters are brought into open contempt We pledge ourselves to do all in our power to remove these heartful influences from other homes and to create strong public sentiment against them Signed Mrs W J Piggott J T Lewis Ora B Hendrick Thexommitteo op nominations sub mitted the following reports Pres TIB Henderson Vice Pres Pr5f Joel H Pile Secy and Treas Miss Ora BIHendrick Supt of Adult Department Ater Supt of Intermediate Department Miss Cova Matthewes SuptI of Elementary Department Mrs Jesse Herndon Supt of Organization Mrs R Wimp House to House Visitation and Home Department Prof Joel H PileSigned J T Lewis C H Claycomb C Dowell H R Warner The committee on resolutions submitted the following We the cqmmittte on resolutions the following report Whereas notwithstanding the inclement weather we have been favored with a large and enthusiastic Sunday School congregation and blessings without number thereforeIResolved that we extend to the good people of McQuady our thanks and ap preciation for their generous hospitality in so pleasantly entertaining the Con vention in their homes and for the bounteous spread of dinner Resolved that we extend our special thanks to the members of the choir fori their splendid singing and the members of the church for their enthusiastic zeal manifested in Sunday School work Resolved that we extend to our county papers our appreciation and thanks for the loyal support they have given us In publishing all calls an nouncements and programs Resolved that we express our regret for the of our State Secretary E A Fox and extend our sympathy to the immediate family and to all the Sunday School workers in the state Resolved that we express our thanks for the presence and work and valuable suggestions from our field worker W J Vaughen Resolved that we congratulate the International Sunday School Organization of Brecknnrldge county for their choice ef a corps of county officers of such zeal and executive ability as the present incumbents and express to the president and secretary apr thanks for work rendered Signed Mrs A N Simons Mrs L L Curtis W D Smith Arthur Ater This report was received and adopted STEPHENSPORT Rev Wlnchell aud wife have moved into the new cottage on Main street Dr Nevitt was in Louisville a few days last week Miss Mary Alexander of Irvington was the guest of her aunt lrrDr- N vltt last week Queen of Mexican Actresses JVirginia Fabregas de Cardona e M nvYflfl f lXl YIVa highly T Theatre Virginia Fabrogas Co City of Mexico Max Tho Drug Mfg OPy OoJumbuBiQlilo tlt 8 A Gentlemen Your medicine Porunaliavlng boon recommended to mo by of my In this city 1 want to you know the splendid it has produced me you will understand a life such as mine is a heavy strain upon even tho strongest and in adds aboveLPeruna a Tonic After Exhaustion Toatro Principal City of Mexico The Pornna Drug Mfg Co Columbus Ohio U S A Gentlemen Having used your Justly celebrated remedy la Peruna dome time I havo the pleasure of informing you that I consider itJJiebest tonic I havo over used jrIt is awondorfaVfbrtlflor of tho nerves after exhausUra and it increases tho vitality oJjsHio whole body and in my own caa nas produced tho most com pleto permanent restoration It is algralcasant to the taste jruo not hesitate therefore to rocom Miss Sadie of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs W J Schopp Miss Sadie is quite a little girl and has a lot of friends here who are g1ad19 welcome her back with us again Mrs R S Skillman is very low at this writing ff Why don u delight the housewife by furniajmjg her pure and wholesome flour our grocer Keeps it the Le sport flour Mrs Nancy Dowell is still improving we are glad to say Mrs Will Eiflegeorge and children of Canton Ohio passed through town enroute to Rome Ind to to visit her parents Mr and Mrs P J Petitt Mr and Mrs E T Connor and son Lionel will leave Saturday for Canton Ohio to visit their son Travis There quite a sad accident occurred at Addison Friday The little eighteen months old child of Mr and Mrs John Powers was drowned The mother had been washing and left the little one for a short time and when she returned found the child on head in a lard of water The little of Mr and Mrs Dell Roberts died last week of whooping cough R W French was in Louisville for a few days last week III took two bottles of your great remedy Peruna and was sur- prisedt atthe marvelous results Not only did my catarrh disappear but I felt an increase In health and strength In my constitution such as Ihave never felt before I cannot praise your remedy too J and shall have great pleasure In recom I mending It to all my i1 friends In Spanish America I L s 1 hRonaclmlonto To Poruna l ono friends let results for As professional constitution for md Cohan charming Its Saturday was its can son i mend this remedy to all women as tho best and most pleasant tonic that they can possibly takertrYoursSenorita Pilar Montordo Julia Marlowe Endorses Pcruna 1111101 glad to write my endorsement of the great remedy Peru a as a nerve tonic I do so most heartilyJulia Marlowe byitsbut by eradicating tho poison of Catarrh It gives better appetite better digestion better sleep Poruna Is manufactured by The Peruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus Ohio Jake Hanks and Ed Atkinson atten ded the banquet at Cloverport Friday night I Miss Mabel Moorman has returned tfI her home lawYelvingtonlasti uyeek Mr and Mrs Barney Gardner i of Rome spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs E T ConnorI Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications us tbey cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is only ono way to euro deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Imper fect hearing and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless tho Inflam mutton can bo taken out and this tube re stored tolls normal condition hearing will bo destroyed for ver nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will glvoCno undred Dollars for any case of Deufncpgfaused by Catarrh that can notbe curejroy Catarrh Cure Send for clrcula tee FJOUElIlEYCO Toledo O by Druggists 75c uko Halls Gamily Pills for constipation Tell the truth and it makes it em barrassing for others tell a lie and it makes it embarrassing for yourself July Smart Set Let others the female form divine I cant July Smart Set Better Subscribe Today I I 0LOpu O IIt 0 JQtf r I Special Prices II- ii ON = y ii- I Buggies Runabouts Deering IlI J Binders Royal Field Wire Fence o Little Giant DusterCounty J fl Agency j Now iis your time come while the- o Bargains are on o = r thlan Piggolt IIRVINGTON KY CtOr 0 I Q0iI I Ir tor C- = n- N 1iJ rt i irBllabooRemady cysALM j R t r trS t pc lt absorbedP f tP rmr cleanses soothes Ma noise rdisease toarom Catarrh and dri iy a Cold bfthollond quickly Kcsto Senses1 Tnsto anti Smell Full e eta fyrDrugglsta or by nmil Liqi m Jfalm for use In atomizers 75 cts Brothers CO Warron Strut Now Yo 0 yShe Breckenridge News t1 WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1909 J Announcement I Fpl State Senator Voarcaut IL W O wi- LdwIminMT us 11 candidate for ilin nntnli nrorStuto Btnutor from tlio Tenth Hen Iftl plirlct w eject to tho action of t moc tc par yo are niueorlzcd to nnnonnce Hoy T Cs Mbo hose yvillo district us a canulditta If- Iiunty Ourt Clerk ot lircckonrldeo count f MS the action ot the Itepubllcan purl PERSONALAND LOCAL Ittf its Brows Sayso its so Dent be af aKl of Browns Sayso Felix Jarboe spent Sunday in Lou ivilleWheneyer yn1 are hot Sayso r frowns Do not miss uK great shoe sale atj Uppels Miss Annie Priest died at Garlic I last Sunday Mr and Mrs Hovious Behen arc iin liouisville today Ice cream couW Well I shoul ly oBroVno I V0has Huskof Owensboro has been the guest of Miss Bpwlds Rare bargain J at Sippels durin the great reduc i sale Shoes cost for the positatnext now r vMrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia are visiting relatives i Mrs Loyd and son Fay of Columbus Ohio are the guests of relatives Lawrence Lynch of Allen Ky I is the Guestof Chadwick McCracken Mrs O G Tague is the guest of her husband at the Cloverport Hotel Mr and Mrs F P Payne were in Owensboro Sunday the guests of rela tivesDr W M Caster Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesda Bad Thursday Miss Mary Christian of DeWittc Iowa is the guest of Misses Carri md Claudia Pate Dr Bush and Mrs Bush of Can iclton were at the St George Mon lay and Tuesday Mr and Mrs Nemises Neilson went to Louisville Monday night on the iteameckTarascon f Morrison Calhoon dentists offlci dnpiMistalra 216 Fourth treet boll I ones Owensboro Ky David Owen Hall has gone to Lou isville to spend the summer with his mother Mrs Muir Mrs J JDyer went to Hardlnsburj Monday for a short visit before she roes to Illinois to live While visititk i Louisville go ti gees English Ttea room for luncheons and refre lmc ts M G Halliday came Sunday to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs N Neilsen at Tar Springs Mr J W Meador and Raymoni Pate left Sunday night for Nickersor- nd other points in Kansas Mrs Eliza Webb of Louisville passed down on the train Saturday to visit her old home in Hawesville Mr and Mrs D NM Duncan of Brandenburg returned home Sunday titer a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs H V DuncanII Senator R W Owen and Mr San Gregory of Lcwisport were in Hard nsburg Monday attending the Democratic meeting Mrs Cordrey and daughter who lave been vlsitingher son Mr James Cordrey returned to their home in Elizabethtown Monday Mr and Mrs Albert McGann visit eid relatives in Stephensport Sunday Jr McGanns aunt came home witl hem for an indefinite visit Oscar Blaine of Ft Supply Okla md Forrest Elaine of Florida arrived hue Sunday morning to v- isitr1jSCOTTS stops loss of flesh in babies andchildren and in adults in aummej as well as winter Some peoplel have gaineda i oundJi day while taking it- Take i la a Utt1olc waterorrnI1kr eta 1t bottlenow4 Ail DruggWtl 0 their sister Mrs Graham Jolly for several weeks You dont have to go away from home to cetyour dental work done See Dp Bush Dentist at Cloverpor ovefy Monday and Tuesday except die 4th Monday Mrs W II Bowmer went to Louisville Friday morning to submit to a slight operation at St Joseph Infirm nry Her truoble was caused iron swallowing a fish bone Mrs Bowmen is Improvingi nicely Why doXtyou delight the house wifely furnishing her purel11d TVhydfesomeJ flout Your grocer keeps ft Its the Lewtsport Hour Mr and Mrs Wm Watkins Mr and Mrs Thos Watkins of St Joseph Mo Mrs Carrie Chick of Mt Sterling Ky Mrs Ed Oglesby and Mrs Shelby Conrad spent Mon day the guests of Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe and Mrs Manic Moorman at Hardlnsburg Deep Water Humbug It Is easy to understand the Missis sippivalley politician who in one breath paints radiant pictures of the great river swarming with recreated fleets and in the not breath demands that Congress shall appropriate untold mil lions for deep waterways so as to make those commercial navies possible He is in his business for what it will pro duce in available cash He wants boards everywhere countless myr lads of paid agents and a refreshing shower of Government money through fifteenanxious and receptive States Then he can point with pride to his work as a rainmaker and whether as a Congressman or a local legislator or in tbe still more lucrative position of a boss he will grow fat with influence and take n new Itase on his job But just why the merchants the shippers the producers and the traders of the valley if they believe their interests vlll be promoted by restoration of the old steamboat line do not get together nd revive the ancient conditions is not so clear The Mississippi is as deep ands navigable as it ever was We have just had evidence that the largest vessels can go as high up as Natchez bout four hundred miles from the Gulf of Mexico All well informed persons were aware of that as indeed they are ware of the further fact that the river is entirely practicable for hundreds of miles above Natchez and throughout the system of its confluents and trib utariestbe Ohio the Missouri the lumberland the Tennessee the Arkansas the Red even the Yazoo and the innumerable accessories that drain a omain larger than France with Spain nd Portugal thrown in for lagnappe As we say all of these streams are us susceptible as they were forty years ago Business can be transacted as satisfactorily now as it was then It would not be necessary perhaps to rebuild the old tinder box half crazy craft of the anished period but vessels with the same draught could be constructed and their details adapted to modern needs and expectations Travel and traffic seem to have deserted the steamboat establishment and betaken themselves to the railways but is the reason of all- Is fundamental and inevitable or is iti because the railroads keep pace with modern emergencies the steamboat eople fail to read aright their desti iesOne thing is certain in our mind and that is the entire feasibility of repro acing the former river traffic if there are practical demands for its reproduc tlon Possibly there may be no call tor a restoration of such sumptuous vehicles of travel as the old J M White the most palatial and luxurious boat that ever thridded the devious pathway of the Mississippifrom New Orleans to Greenville Miss to be statistical On that splendid boat the passengers dwelt opulently and sat down to banquets that would have made the best of- our hotels look anxious It may be they were in no hurry and that the rol king haste of the railroads in these times has dulled their appetite for de liberate and dainty progress Of this- we pretend to know nothing We content ourselves with the assertion that I the Wississlppi the Ohio the Missourri Hnd all the rest of the Southern and Western rivers are still navigable that those really concerned can easily throw I off the alleged yoke of the railroads if- they so desire and that all this hurrah about deepwater navigation is born of an organized assault upon the Treasury that would if successful stagger the imagination of the most reckless rainbow chaser In the world The rivers are Still there Politics has not elevntedtheir beds or contacted their channels If commerce needs the I rehabilitation welt and good The lleets will followN y Sun System Im afraid I cant write that article oni SystemWhy I cant find my notes Louisville I ourlerJournnl jI True dignity Is never gained htII place and never lost when honors I Ithdravrn sln erII I Read Our I u iI r 0 i 0 MOTHERS WHO HAVE- DAUGHTERS Find Help in Lydia E1 Pink hamsVegetable Compound Winchester IuLLPour doctors told mo that they could never make me regular anu thatI would event ually have dropsy I would bloat and- sufferfrombearlng down pain cramps and chills and I could not sleep nights My mother wrote to Mrs PInk ham for adviceand I began to take LydiaEPlnkhams Vegetable Com pound After taking one and one half bottles of the Compound J am all right again and I recommend it to everysuffering womanItMus MAY DEAL Winchester Ind Hundreds of such letters from girls and mothers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has accomplished for them have been received by The Lydia- E Pinkhamlledicine Company Lynn MassGirls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods backache head ache draggingdown sensations faintI- ng spells or indigestion should take immediate action tunvard off the seri OilS consequence and be restored to health by LydK E PInkhams Vege table Compound Thousands have been restored tonealth by its use If youTVOiild like special advice aboufryour case write a confiden tlnl otter to Mrs Pinklmni at Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful iiuiurart fireplace The fireplace Is usually the dominant note In the ilyjng room of a bungalow or summer cottage It Is planned to give au artistic effect and should al ways bo In harmony with the generu character of the room For a small picturesque cottage of natural color wood with the living room done In soft green finished oak and natural dolor burlap a fireplace of gray stones would be very much In keeping A novel and decorative touch might IIP IL t Td I IIOAK LEAF DESIGN OF IEIIDIES IN given It by thet mosaic of plbbles done In an oak loaf design This the chil dren cnn do on a rainy day thrusting the colored pebbles they have collected Into the soft stucco The Fitness of Thing Turnips should be served only with porkApple sauce may be served with pork or duck- Cranberries always with poultry Currant Jelly with roast lamb or gameKumquat marmalade Is delicious with cold meats If possible a cream soup should not be served at the same meal with cream dessert- Gingerbread Is usually served with baked apples Corn cakes lire good with fish Fresh cod or shecpshead fish arc best for fish chowder- Marshmallows with hot chocolate are When being servedI solve they give a pleasant flavor to tho chocolate MASS CONVENTION The County Democratic Committee Call Mass Convention for Monday July 19 at llardiisburg TilE OLD FASHIONED WAY Tho Democratic County Couimitte met in Hardinsbnrg Monday There was a fairly good attendance nil tho precincts being represented save three It was a very harmonious meeting and the test of feeling prevailed Chairman Moore called the commute to order and stated that the object of the meeting was to put the party machinery in good working order for the all campaign This is the first deal out of the box ini he great county race Republican seat us he said when we are not or tanized There is no possible chanci for them to do it if we are careful in naming our ticket What we want to lo is to put up good clean strong met for the various offices and we can win He was not in favor of a primary foi ho reason ho said that there were no andidates He then called for an ex pression from the various committeemen and Democrats present for their views Mr John Alexander wanted to knov vho thedelegates were and if they were here with the proper credentials H uggested that a committee of three be appointed ou credentials His motion prevailed and the chair appointed C E Jghtfoot K D St Clair and W U Main as a committee to look into the natter The committee retired and after a brief consultation reportedev rything regular save the proxy of J W Board held by Mr Barr which was- not regular Mr Marr not being u member of the committee could not vote the proxy Mr Mair retired and had no voice in the meeting 000G- en Murray was then asked to give his opinion as to the best way of nominating candidates He advised an old ishlonfd Democratic Mass Convention uch as they used to have Judge Mercer was in favor of ai Delegate Conven- tIOn He Faid there wouldnt be room ill the Court House or in the yard for the great mass of Democrats who would be there that day Judge Matthias Miller was not in favor of a Mass Convention It would give an advantage to the man who was near the county seat He could get all- is friends together and carry the con ention by storm He said there were good conservative then in all the districts of the county who could be sent here tiien who have no axes to grind and in this way the will of the ptople could be expressed fairly and impartially He was in favor of a Delegate invention W F Hook said he was not n candil Ilate and he wanted good men selected He had no choice in the matter and be eyed the Democrats could win if per- feet harmony prevailed Mr Moore was in favor of a Mass Convention He would like to see such a crowd as Judge Mercer predicts It ould give the cause of Democracy boost such as sne hadnt had in years It would be glorious he thought and the- befit thing for the party Jim JJarboe thought an old fashioned Mass Convention would be a great love feuatnnd would help the cause V G Babboge was in favor of a Mass onvention He liked the love feast part of it H L Stader then made a motion Ithat a Mass convention be called to meet in ardinsbnrg some time in July A lte was token on this motioneleven voting for it and four voting no Charlie Lightfoot who voted with the inority moved that it be made unanl mous and the date of the convention Monday July 10 His motion prevailed and the meeting then adjourned The Senatorial Committee Mr Moore us Chairman of the Senatorial District Committee called that mmittee together to take action in the matter of naming a candidate for State Senator A true picture of the Biggest tfeatest and Best Floating Theatre on the river which will be here Monday June 21 ac WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME ht GoodH 00 O ReadingforYou r b4 Following 50c NovelsoH 0- o rr4 The Pit The Mystery of The Four n Tho YokoFingersH1he Final War Satan Sanderson H Tho Whirlwind The House of The SevcnO Gablesb3 To Have And To Hold Fl At Tho Mercy of TiberiusThe Fighting Chance a St ElmoThoLion And Tho Mouse H Quo VadisThoFirst Claim H Et When Knighthood Was in Aladdin of London FloworThoFair God H 3 SinlessThoYounger Set Tho Brass Bowl lied Saunders aFor Love or CrownWhispering Smith Et tjj I Dont Forget To Ask For Time Tickets H g Get Epworth League Post Cards for a Carnival June 17 and J18 Na 0o t a C NOLTE BRO 3 a o i CLOVERPORI KY l b WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME + 7 + + I WantsFOR RENTTwo splendid rooms In I theFOR building tmliublo for a small bust nessFon KENT A furnished room In a rest convenient to business part at town and depot Apply at tho News ORICt FOR SALE SALE IIlRlicstcrado as and gasoline engines In the k most economical ni tedtosuitallkinds- work ot lot me hca Ttora you JOHN C WATTS Gen A let anWcrt Engine Works Van WMt Ohio ff JATEtt and cooker combined stove I to- rI sale at News office SALEScholarslilum Bowling Green UniversIty Bowling Green Ky Dreck unrldgB News COIl SALE or Eicuhflcet a good surrv Will 1 exchange for aKootrcow Wallace Ilerc Cloverport Ky I COIt AtiE One black maro 7 years old r Cnd and gentle good family mare Dur g nEd AtIolsson Stephensport Ky FOR S LE ReglsteredDur Jo ty Hogs Pure bre Sows and Its a Specialty Furnished In ahnotRelated ARRAYR IY Mr Moore was elected chairman 01 the meeting and Ed Dillon secretary Mr Moore said all the candidat were present and the committee WI ready to hear them as to what tbc wanted whether a primary or a convention Senator Owtn said he had no destrE in the matter only fur the success 01 tbe patty He was in favor of leavii It eutirey with the committee Mr Brown wanted to know if the A- Ction of the committee would be final He said he would like for them to pos tone their action to some future time le would like to see the couimltteenu and get a little better acquainted wlt honas he had only recently announce and had had no chance to discuss thf natter with them Mr Shellman was in favor of leavii it entirely with tha committee as ho had no choice He would abide by the ac ion of thE committee On motion of Mr Fiymir of Meade action of the committee was deferred tte some future time or on the call f thf bainran the call not to be later tbat July 19- The committee then adjourned Louisville Market Report Louibville June 15 Wheat No 2 red 150 Corn 7gH cents Oats or ents Eggs steady at I8z and lU- cents Cattle Shipping steers 5 025 Beef Steers 350 and 875 fll ietfers5sO and 505 choice Mile ows ff85 and 42 best culves UJtf and 6 cents Hogs top 740 best lambs anll 8 cents ultryHens 1 I541 cent ter pound roosters 6c young thicker 19 and 22 c ducks 8c geese 50 turkey 11 and la cents A Substitute For Broiling Occasionally In using gas stove hero Is no brollor Instead of ftlllln wok on nnhenlUiful frying for men try heating u pan piping hot put tli teak In It without greasing turn a I loon as soured nud peep turning tint tho meat tIs done To season remove from pan put 01 a hot platter press bits of butter sn ind popper on both sides of steak 11- In the oven a few minutes to draw brown dressing Subscribe RightJNow S SJ j + RJ r YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You J Tested FREE IIEyes Glasses Guaranteed i Sfers Drug Co BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1003 Capital f Surplus and- Undivided Profits 2200000 r SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful1 attention as I larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest paid on- T O Deposits I r I iK OF CLOVERPORTt CLOVEPPORT KY a rI SALE dwelling com 11FOR and HlghSts Cistern of building base Will set tt a bargain or ex chan for dwelling house In t 1 t Cl rport r F ROBERTS llardinsbufff Kyst MtIIJIltW SAVE EXPENSES and write or phono Dr S B Ad kisson at Webster and he will come and do your DENT fcfWORK Now iis Jn time to have your teeth Gplfuctcd for n now sot fS B ADKISSON I r A E o Do some men a favor and they will ft do you two Do some other men a J- tt n favor and they will do you twico July fa Smart Set JAt Subscribe Now trJ Vf i V err raiI s ri f i n t I jRcUBY COPYItGET 191st BY DODD i1 AD AND COtTANK CHAPTER V i church bells were rlngln i I flrst warning for tin ITHEI morning service when Maud Into the spare bedroom tor tho second time and glanced cau tiously at the wisp of hair that bespoke bctweelathe covers and tho llttio white pillow on tho four poster bed There was m P Bound from the sleeper so Mandy ven lured across the room on tiptoe and r Wised the shades The drooping boughs of autumn foliage lay shimmering against the window panes and through them might be seen the gray outline of the church Mundy glanced again toward the bed to make sure that the burst of sunlight had not wakoned the Invalid then crossed to a small rickety chair laden with the finery of the little circus- t kidisenrded 01I holdingilpI Ilcnl1t1fl1l hnth llY jwnre- WIEi1 atNptlag tu see the robce tied of the tinsel and chiffon against her very ample background of glng Lam and avoirdupois Youd sure be a swell nigger wid dat on honeyI Jje chuckled to herself Wouldnt xeS jleagojui Ldey done bdat i fe6 teoI picture of ihu deacons aston ishment at such a spectacle so grew 1 pou Mandy that she ors obliged tti rover her neniTous mouth to shut Jli- tter convulsive laughter lest It awakei the little girl In the boil Shu crossed to the old fashioned bureau which fo Many months had stood unused ajralnr the wall The drawer malred as alit opened it to lay away ih g ru glcd gown JaKW iiSSf irJItll Jjo a mighty loiic tlnui uiVri hiTtmis on deui tIngs aglii she suit with a doubtful shake of her larg round head Then she wont buck to the t hale an picked up Pollys sandal mid exam fined the beadwork with a great den af interest l adv la wily she orlod as she compared the slw of the sun dais to that of her own rough worn shoes She was again upon the point of exploding with laughter jis the church bell fdded a few final and more emphatic clangs to Its warning Sho turned with a start motioning n vain warulg out of the window for r the bell to be silent but the little 4 sleeper was already stirring uneasily on her pillow One soft arm was thrown languidly over her head The X41largo blue eyes opened and closed I y I I I IuYoudsure bo a swell nigger wld dat on I Jwneyl she chucltlcd dreamily as sho murmured the words of tho clown song that Jim and Toby had taught her years IIgoI1 Ting ling- I1f j I Thats what the bells sing reached the side of the bed J 1 1 1Mundy Ias Irls eyes opened u second timeI fti and met hors with a blank stare of astonishment A tiny frown came IntoI the small white forehead j 4 Whats tho matter she asked Jl faintly trying to find something far herI f pored Jes you lay pufDckly still Dats only de furs bell arlnglnIFirst bell the girl repeated as hcrI eyes traveled quickly about the strange l walls and the unfamiliar fittings of the room This aint the show sho criedl suddenlyLor bless you nol Die aint no show Mandy answered and sho laughed reassuringly i Then where am I Polly asltedI half breathless with bewilderment Nebber you mind bout dat wasI Maudys unsatisfactory reply But I do mind protested Polly v trying to raise herself to a sitting po v eltlon Wheres the bunch surprisetryTbo bunchJim J rest of tho push 4 dt bless you Mandy exclaimed Ja toys done gone long wid do circus a Attb xA6hYN v w v v n I hours ago GoneI Show gone Polly cried It amazement Then what am 1 doln here I I j onjI IlIol I I yosof Let me aloneI Polly put aside tin arm that was trying to place a shaw around her I got to get out of here j Youso got plenty o time for Oat Mandy answered Jes yo walt I awhileI wait an I wont Polly shrieked almost bcsldo herself with anxietyil got to get to tho next burg Wakcflcld aint it What time is it Let me aloud Lot mo gol she cried struggling desperately The door opened softly and the young pastor stood looking down at tho picture of the frail white faced chtd and 1er black determined cap Irtor r Here here Whats all this about Ijo asked In a firm tone though evi dently amused Af l leee Who arc yoSb returned tfio girl asi she shoved herself quickly back againstt ic nlllowi and drew the C01 ers close under her chin looking at him oddly over their top She done been cuttln up soiucflu awful Mandy explained as she tried to rcgUu enough breath for a new en counter rVWK Saar Cutting up You surprise me Miss Polly he said with mock seriousness How do you know Im Polly file little rebel asked her eyes gleaming I large and desperate above the1SrTend- lycoers 1ffyou will be Very good and keep very quiet I will try lq 1tell you he Enid as he crossed to the bed 1iIMit bo quiet not for nobody Polly objected with a bold disregard of double negatives I got to get a move If you aint goln to help me you neednt butt In I am afraid I cant help you to go Just yet Douglas replied He was be ginning to perceive that there were tasks before him other than tho shap ing of Pollys character What are you tryln to do to me anyhow she asked as she shot a glanceI of suspicion from the pastor to Mandy What am I up against 1 Dont your be scared honey Man fly reassurrd her Youse Jes as safe hero as you done been In de circus Ijafer vfo hope Douglas added with n smile Arc you two bug Polly ques tioned as she turned her head from one side to the other and studied them with n new Idea Well you cant get none the best of me I can get away all right an I will too She monde a desperate effort to put one foot to the floor but fell back with a cry of pain Dar dar Mandy murmured put ting the pillow under the poor cramped neck and smoothing the tan Bled hair from Pollys forehead You done hurt yoscf for suah dls time The pastor had taken n step toward the bed Ills look of amusement had changed to one of pity You see Miss Polly you have had a very tend fall and you cant get away Just yet nor see your friends until you are better Its only a scratch Polly whim pered 1 can do my work I got to One more feeble effort and she suc cumbed with a faint Jlmlny crickets i Uncle Toby told mo that you were a very good little girl Douglas said as he drew up a chair and sat down by her side conlldent by the expro slon on her face that at last he was master of the situation Do you thIn he would like you to belmvo like this- I suro am on the blink she sighed as she settled back wearily upon the pillowYoull be all right soon Douglas answered cheerily Mandy and I will help the time to go I recollect now Polly faltered without hoarlng hlni It was the last hoop Jim seemed to have n hunch 1 was goln to bo In for trouble when I went Into the ring Bingo must a felt It too lie kept npullln and aJorkln from tho start I got myself together to make the last jump nnI cant remember no more Her head drooped and her eyesjcloscd I wouldnt try Just now If I were you Douglas answered tenderly Its my wheel aint It Polly ques tloned after a pause Yoah what chile Mandy exclaim ed as she turned from the table where she had boon rolling up tho unused bandages left from the doctors call the night before I say Its my creeper my paddle Polly explained trying to locate a few of her many pains Gee but that hurts 1 She tried to bend her ankle Is It punctured Only sprained Douglas answered striving to control his amusement at the expression on Mandys puzzled face Bettor not talk any more about 1L Aint anything the matter with my tongue Is there she asked turning her head to one side and studying him quizzicallyI think there Is ho replied good naturedly How did I comoto fall In hero anyhow she asked as aha studied the 4 I nulls of the unfamiliar room We bronchi you hero Its n swell place site conceded grudginglyWe comfortable ho admitted as a telltale smile again hovered about his lips Ho was thinking of the changes that ho must presently make In Miss Pollys vocabulary- Is this the big top she asked Thewhat he stammered The main tent she explained Well no not exactly Its going to bo your room now Miss Polly My room I Gee Think of thntW lf JVFULIIII 1 SHE DONE BEEN CUTT1X UP A e H sue gasped ns the possibility of her actually having u room all of her ownI took hold of her mind Much Qbllged she said with a nod feeling tiro somc1Ting WHI cXJlC1f her She knew no other phi Mtot grntitudo- fflimnlthe one Muvver Jim1 mId Toby had taught Tier to shy To the manager when she received from him The list stick of red and white striped candy JYouri very welcome Douglas an swered with a ring of genuine feelln In his voice Awful quiet aint It she ventured after a pause Guess thats what woke me up Douglas laughed good nnturcdly at the thought of quiet as a disturber stud added that he feared It nyiaht at first be rather dull for her but that rIm and Toby would send her news of the circus and that she could write to them as soon as she was better Ill have to bo a heap better on I ever was fore I can write much Polly drawled with a whimsical lit tlo smile I will write for you the pastor volunteered understanding her plight You will For the first time he saw II show of real pleasure In her eyesEvery day Douglas promised sol- emnlY An you will show mo how Indeed I will How long am 1 In for she asked The doctor can tell better about that when ho comes Time doctor Soits as bad as that eh Oh that need not frighten you Douglas answered consolingly I aint frightened she bridled quickly I aint never scared of noth In Its only cause they need me III the show that Im aklckln Oh tthey will get along all right he said reassuringly Get along Polly flashed with sud den resentment Get along without my act It was apparent from tier look of astonishment that Douglas Im3 completely lost whatever ground he had heretofore gained In her respect Say have you seen that show She waited for his answer with pity and contemptNo John weakly Woll I should say you aint or you wouldnt make no crack like that Im the whole thing In that push she said with an air of self complacency an with me down an out that show will be on the bum for fair- I beg your pardon was all Douglas could say confused by the sudden volley of unfamiliar words Youre klddln me she said turn- Ing her head to one side us was her wont when assailed by suspicion You must oj seen me ride No atlas Polly i have never seen a circus Douglas told her half regret fully a sense of his deep privation stealing upon him What cried Polly Incredulously Lordy no chile Ho aint nebber seed none ob dem tlngs Mandy In terrupted as she tried to arrange a few short stemmed posies in a variegated bouquet Well what do you think of thatl Polly gasped Youre the flrst Rubo I over saw that hadnt She was look Ing at him as though he were a curl ositySo Im a Rube Douglas shook his head with a sad little smile and good naturedly agreed that ho had sometimes feared as much I Thats what wo always calls a guy like you sho explained ingenuously and added hopefully Well you must a seen our parade AH the pikers see that It dont cost nothln Im afraid I must also plead guilt to the charge of being a1piker a Doug las admitted half sheepishly for I didI fwuf tiut nu rJulAI ilW Well I was the ono on the white- horse right behind tho lion cage elic began excitedly You remember Its n little confused In my mlnd ho caught her look oC nmazementynst- at present he stammered feeling her wrath again about to descend upon himWell Im the twentyfour sheet stand she explained Sheet Mainly shrieked from her corner Yes the Billboards the pictures Polly said growing impatient at their persistent stupidity t F r SOMEP1X w She sash am a fimjy tnllun thin mumbled handy to herself as shhCnl- pert iLl wliheruil leaves from n piiiii near till window You I iirj1 JlojiilSiiro they unow 11mhii i lingerfug Dltl SUIT And Douglas smiled to himself as ho lupsed Into her vornarii lar There vis a moments pause lolia I realized for the first time that she IIIHR actually miiljust herself to a new order or things Her eyes again roved about the mom it was a cheerlii place In which to be Imprisoned Kviu Polly could stet deny that Tin bnuu windiiwat the back with its white ami nlnl ehi7 curtains on the Insldo and its frame nf Ivy on tit ouisiiie cp tlr of siiiKlnj birds and sunshine all dayI long Everything from time white iil lug to till sweet smelling matting tliii covered the dour was spotlessly clian rill cane hrtrtouiPil rocker near IHi curvwl Xvlntliw neat with HP ptvit pillows told of days when a eonvales cent might look In comfort at the gum lets beneath Tie counterpane tvIt1Is old fashioned ruse pattern time llttlt white tidies on the hack of each chair and Mandy crooning beside the win dow all helped to makea homelike pits ture She wondered what Jim and Toby would say If they could see her now sitting like a queen In tho midst of her soft coverlets with no need to raise even a linger to wait upon herself Aint it the Malt she sighed and with that Jim and Toby seemed to drift farther away She began tc see their life apart from hers She could picture Jim with his head in his hands Sho could hear his sharp orders to the men lie was always short with the others when anything went wrong with her Ill bet Muvver Jims In the dumps she murmured as a cloud stole across the llowerlikc face then tho tired inusjelca relaxed and she ceased to rebel Muvver Jim 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forbidden lam Sly history It was this look In tho round eyes that had made Jlni so often declare that the kid knew everything Why mother d a been ashamed It shed ao knowcd how she wound up I Sho was the best rider of her time everybody pays sobut she cashed lii by falllu 6 a skate what didnt have no moro ginger an a kitten If out can beat taint She gazed at him with her Hpa pressed tightly together evidently expecting somo startling ex presslon of wonder And your father Douglas asked rather lamely being at n loss for any adequate comment upon a tragedy which the child before him was too desolate even to understand Oh dads finish was all right Ho got hlsn In a lions cage where he worked There was uothln slow about i npiprovalFor de Lords sakeI Mandy groaned as the wonder of the childs conversation grew upon her- r i An now Im down an out Pollyr concluded with a sigh But this Is nothing serious said i the pastor trying to cheer her fc Its serious euougti with a whole yourdont know how It feels to have to knock off work Oh yes I do Douglas answered quickly I was ill a while ago myself I bad to be In bed day after day think V ing of dozens of things that I ought to fl bo doing tt Was you ever floored Polly asked with a touch of unbelief as she studied the fine healthy physique at the side of her bed Deed he was chile Mandy cried feeling that her opportunity had now arrived an I had the wors tlmo akeepln him In bed He act jes like didir i LDid he Polly was delighted to find that tho pastor had nqthln on bert as she would have put It JYou ought to have heard him r continued Mandy made eloquent by t jPohys show of Interest What will Itdose poor folks do he kept asaylu fjJes yo lay where yo is I tole him r 1 Dem poor folks will be better oil dan Acy would be acomln to yoah fu I peral Poor folks Polly questioned Do you give money to folks We are al raysltehtn to get It away from em Before Douglas could think of words With which to defend his disapproved i methods L andyhad continued eager i Irt tAnden on Sunday when he cant go to church an preach She got no further A sharp exclamation brought both Mandy and Douglas to attention tI Preach Polly almost shouted Sho looked at him with genuine alarm this timeThat will do Mandy Douglas commanded feeling an unwelcome drama gathering about his head I d jj Great Barnum and Bailey Polly Exclaimed looking at him as though he were the very last thing In the world she hail ever expected to see liAr you a sky pilot iThats what ho am chile Mandy Upped the words in slyly for shed know ttiat they were against the pas J ilI reIthe seeds of curiosity that would soon I1 jtfar fruit In the Inquisitive mind o- ffthe little Invalid t Will you got on to mo alandin Into R mlxup like this She continued to tudy the uncomfortable man at her- riIi ide l never thought TII be atalkinf rl ito one of you guys Whats your Vrae j1i11 Douglas He spoke shortly I vAln you got no handle to It J JIyou mean my Christian name Its j John I I I 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successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findoutifyouhavekid ncy or bladder troltbJe When writiugrnc on rtt 51Ctireading this g rOlls C IG t offer in this Twicr and 1 send your n Tri oa to otbwtmpdtoolBinglia and o e dollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake ut euieniber the name SwampRoot Kilmers SwampRoot and the nd- ss Binghamton N Y on every bottle Xordy no chide He aint ncbbcr seed none ob dept Vlnga Mandy chucKlca more ana more1 amused at the pastors discomfort Looks dont play a very important part in my work Douglas answered curtly Mandys confidential snickers made him doubly anxious to get to a less personal topic Well they count for a whole lot with us She nodded her head decidedly How long you been showin In this town anyhow About a year Douglas answered with something of a sigh A year I she gasped In a burg like this You must havo an aWful lot of laughs In your act to keep em acomln that long She was wise in tho ways of professional success wontsuccess 0 j Do you give them the same stuff or have you got a rep A rep he repeated In surprise Sure repertory different acts en tries some i ills em Uncle Tobys got twentyseven entries It makes a heap of difference in the big towns where you have a run Oh I understand Douglas nnswelII ed in a tone of relief WellI I try to saysomethtg new each Sunday What kind of spiels do you giro em she inquired with growing interest I try to help my people to get on better terms with themselves and to j forget their week day troubles lIe bad never had occasion to define his rcforts so minutely s- Well thats Jes the same as us I Polly told him with an air of condo scension only circuses draws morea people an churches Yours does seem to be a more pop ular form of entertainment Douglas answered dryly Ho was beginning to tool that there were many tricks In tltllentertainment trade which he had not mastered And after all what was his preaching but an effort at entertain ment If he failed to hold his congregation by what he was saying his llscteners grew drowsy and his sermon fell short of Its desired effect It was true that his position and hors had points of similarity She was appar ently successful AS for himself hoII could not bo sure He knew he tried very hard and that sometimes a tired mother or n sad faced child looked up s at him with a smile that made the service seem worth while Pony mistook the pastors reverie fort envy and her tender heart was quick to find consolation for him You nin t got all the worst of It she salahf wo tried to play a dump like this for six months wed starve to 3 death You certainly must give em atgreat show she added surveying him with growing interestiIt doesnt about the showr Douglas began but he was quickly Intercuptcd Thats rlcbt Its ties the sauce with V n circus One year you give em the rottenest kind of a thing an they eat It up the next year you hand em n knockout nn its a frost Is that the way It is with a church show Much the same Douglas admitted half amusedly half regretfully Very often when I work the hardest I seem goodbguess our s Is pretty much alike Polly nodded with a motherly 1 Well you tape my tip Dont you never go In for rJiHn nil of condescension only there aint so much danger In your act Im not so sure about that he laughedWell you take my tip Sho leaned forward as though about to impart a very valuable bit of information Dont you never go In for rid In There aint no act on earth so hard as a ridln act The rest of the bunch has got It easy alongside of us Take the fellows on the trapeze They al ways get their tackle up In Jes the same place Take the balancln acts Thorp aint no difference In their lay outs Take any of em as depends on regular props timid they aint got much chance ngoin wrong But say when you have to do n rid In act there aint never no two times alike If your horse Is fcelln good the ground is stumbly j If the ground aint on the blink the horse Is wobbly Theres always somcthln wrong somewhercs nnd you nlnt never knowln how Its goln to end especially when you got to do a careful act like mine Theresa girl Eloise In our bunch what does a showy act on a horse what Barker calls Barbarian She goes on In my place sometimes and say them Rubes applauds her as much as me an her stunts Is baby tricks alongside of mine Its enough to make you sick of art Sho shook her head dolefully then sat up with renewed interest You see mine Is careful balancln1 on all thatan you got to know your horse rin your ground for that Now you get wise to what Im atellin you and dont you never go into anything which depends on anything else Thank you Polly I wont Douglas somehow felt that he was very much indebted to her- I seen a church show once Polly said suddenly You did Douglas asked with new InterestYes she answeerd closing her lips and venturing no further comment Did you like It he questioned after a pause Couldnt make nothin out of it I dont care much for readin Oh It Isnt all reading he corrected Well the guy I saw read all of hlsn He got the whole thing right out of a book Oh that was only his text laughed DouglasText TextYes And later he tried to Interpret- to his congrega Easy Easy she Interrupted Come again with that will you He told them the meaning of what he rend Well I dont know what he told em but It didnt mean anything to me But maybe your show is bettern his was she added trying to pacify him Douglas was undecided whether to feel amuses or grateful for Pollys ever Increasing sympathy Before he uld trust his twitching lips to an wer sho had put another question to him v Are you golu to do a stunt while I m here- I preach evjjry Sunday If thats what you mean I preach this morning Is this Sunday she asked sitting with renewed energy and looking about the room as though everything had changed color YesAnd you got a matinee 7 sho ex Incredulously- We have services ho corrected gently Wo rest up on Sundays she said In n tons of deep commiseration Oh I see ho answered feeling It no time to enter upon another discus ion as to tho comparative advantages- of their two professions What arQ you goln to spiel about todayAbout Ruth and Naomi Ruth anti who Naomi he repeated Naomi she echoed tilting her head from side to side as she listened to soft cadences of the word I never heard that name before It ud look awful swell on a billboard wouldnt t7 Vltg a Bible name honey Mandy said eager to get Into the conversation Bars a buful picture bout her n These Bad Pains which live you sock cxqulslte coffering every month are caused u you know by female trouble Relief seldom or never cornel of Itself It Is necessary to cure tke cause la order to stop the pains and this can only be done If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly on the womanly organs WINE NF CARDUIWOMANS Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs 11 C Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which Increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now l am so much bctterLJiardly know when my tim eglns or when it ends At Druggists w rw FOR FREE ADVICE symptrio Chattanooga Medicine iCo Chattanooga Tenn E 33 I seed it I like to look at pictures Polly an swered tentatively Mandy crossed the room to fftrli the large Bible with its steel engravings We got a girl named Ruth in our leap of death stunt Some of the folks is kinder down on er but I aintShe might have told Douglas more of her forlorn little friend but just then Mandy came to the bed hugging n large old fashioned Bible and Doug las helped to place the ponderous book before the invalid See honey dar dey is the old wo Ulan said pointing to the picture ol Ruth and Naomi Thems crackerjacks aint they Polly gasped and her eyes shone with wonder Which ones Ruth Dls one said Mandy pointing with her thumb Wily theyre dressed Just like our chariot drivers What does it say about emYou can read it for yourself Doug las answered gently There was some thing pathetic in the eagerness of the starved little mind Well Valnt 0 much on readin out loud she faltered growing suddenly conscious of her deficiencies Read it for me will you Certainly And he drew his chair nearer to the bed One strong hand supported the other half of the Bible and his head was very near to hers as his deep full voice pronounced the sol emn words in which Ruth pleaded so many years before Entreat me not to leave thee he readII or to return from following after thee for whither thou goest I will go and where thou lodgest I will lodge Thy people shall be my people and thy God my God He stoppOd to ponder over the poetry of the lines Kind of pretty aint it Polly said softly Shin felt awkward and con strained mind a little overawed There are far more beautiful things than that Douglas assured her enthusiastically as the echo of many such rang in his ears There are And her eyes opened wide with wonder Yes Indeed he replied pitying more nnd more the starvation of mind and longing to bring to It floods of light and crrlchmcnt I guess d llko to hear you spiel and she fell to studying him solemly You woud lie asked eagerly Is there any more to that story she asked ignoring his question Yes indeed Would you rend mo a little more She was very humble now Where thou dlest will I die and there will I be buried The Lord do so to me and more also If aught but death part mo arid thee Their eyes met There was a long pause Suddenly tho sharp sweet notes of the church bell brought John Douglas to his feet with a start of surpriseHave you got to go Polly asked regretfullyYes must but Ill read the rest from the church Open tho window Mandy I And ho passed out of the door and quicKly down the stairs To be Continued Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable Constipation of Kidney poisons show in pimples bloxhes skin eruptions and a wretched c ion For nil such Elec cJJM rs work won dare They regul to oh Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breat smooth volvety skin lovely complexon Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them 50c at Severs Drug Co t= ou 0 MttNt1NM CashierUSKILLMANI AsstCashlei The Old ReliableIiIi BRFCKINRIDG13BANKOrganized Insured in every pj verylatestInterest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited rtii G 100 Visiting Cards for 75 cents m iI July Magazines I l Ladles Home Journal Delineator Sr Munseyr fi 1 Telephone you rder nt once far Ladies Home Journal if you p- 1i1i 1iwantr one j OHN D BABBAGE 1 = TY41 Ti pJ Jo 7r OKLAHOMA If you are coming to OKLAHOMA write or see mo I have Coal Timber and Agricultural Lands and Town Lots FRED B EICHLINGfA CPRtf EY AT LAW PORUM OKLA Kofarence First National 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I IJ- f THE i r f jt 1- GREAMLOSSOMCOMINGt t i L Monday June 21 i 4kr The Most Modern Ma rine Theatre Ever- Constructed COUNTY CAPITAL CLIPPINGS t U Many Notes of Interest Gathered by Our Representative at i The County Capital f POLITICS WARMING THINGS UP s Ernest Haswell has returned to Cin cinnatl where he will remain until L August prosecuting his studies in art In September he will become a mem Y ber of the faculty of Uuion College i Barbourville Allen Kincheloe Is at home from Louisville for a months rest j jMrand Mrs Robt Chambliss of 1 Ekron and Mrs Sam Parsons of Leitchfield were the guests of Mrs 1 Mary M Chambliss Saturday t The Childrens Day exercises Sun tidayat the ME Church were given to a crowded house of well pleased listeners The church was beautifully decorated the children carefully trained and each number of the pro gram faultlessly given A twenty seven dollar collection was taken for the benefit of the cause of educa cr tion The committee in charge of the training of the children was com posed of Misses Katie Eskridge Clara Heston Ethel Meador Emma Ahl r and Catherine Kincheloe with Miss P Lizzie Eskridge organist I r Teachers examination will be held L next Friday and Saturday at the Pub lic School building commencing promptly at 830 oclock Friday morn- Ing ft will be conducted by Supt Pile DIDaryl J ltattlnlyfo y tel arid the new examiner 3V W sI Trent of Cusfer f Mrs Joe Teat returned Saturday + from a ten day treatment at Martins vllle Ind a 0PrincipalJ Hale Edwards of the County High School left his Texas home last week for Chicago Univer sity where he will spend the summer Miss Sallie Hawkins of McCook Neb iis visiting relatives in the county I until September She Is the daughter t of Cale Hawkins who formerly lived in the New Bethel neighborhood Miss Carrie Chick of Mt Sterling will arrive this week to be the guest of her sister Mrs Marie Moorman Miss Mary Ann Ruth and Martha Hatred of Garlield were the guests of Mitts Katie Stith and attended the recit given by Mrs Withers pupils Fridny night Mrs Minor Comptun of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton last week Dr Walker has moved into Mrs Judith DeJarnetts property to remain during the erection of his dwelling onk Louisville street Misses Ida Dowell mill Cora Woods of GarUeld were guests at the Comm p I rcial Hotel Sunday Mrs Henry Harned of Oklahoma is here with her husband and twoi i4daughters who were reported last as visitors to their native state 11 11week week beginning June 27th will the second educational tKentuckyi fri ted by the State Superintendent to preach that day upon education Fo- tho next six days there will be aspeak tllngover the entire state Nextt FLOATING THEATRE Different Front a OthersIn a Class by Itself Colos l Majestic AT THE RIVER ON DAY JUNE 21AT THE RIVER weeks issue will contain the an nouncements for this county Gus Browns announcement of his candidacy for the Democratic nomi nation for the State Senatorship from this district is adding interest to the race The other two candidates are the Hon Dick Owen of Hancock county the present senator and the Hon Ed Shellman of Irvington cx member of the lower house There are not three better known or better men in the district and while Gus Brown is the newest he starts with an enviable record as county olllcer an extreme popularity wherever known and a wide acquaintance in Meade county his old home Shellman career in the lower house is one to recommend him as a safe and economi cal man in the upper house Dick Owens Senatorial acts are known to all men His business relations his extensive acquaintance and exresi deuce in this county all recommend him Something will be doing to waken the people to the fact that there will be another election this fallDave Walls Joe Moore and most of our other students at Bowling Green returned Saturday Reid the ten months old child of Mr and Mrs E C Haswell died Wednesday after a few days illness of inflammatory diarrhoea The funeral service and interment occurred Thursday morning Dr Mather Herbert Beard Jesse Whitworth Franklin Kincheloe Les lie Walker and Web Williamson went to Fordsville Saturday to attend a Masonic banquet Saturday night They report an excellent time a ver tible feast and the essence of Kentucky Hospitality Dr Mather and 1rl Whitworth were two of the prlci aT9pealYerka pr at BornTo Mr and Mrs Jas A Hook Saturday June 12 an eleven pound boy Mr and Mrs Web Williamson were guests of Mr and Mrs Nat Buckler of Roll Kentucky Mrs H H Lewis of Centertown is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A A McGary Mrs Margaret May left Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs S A Pate of Hopkinsvllle Edith the little daughter of An drew Driskell is ill of typhoid fever The Breckenridge Medical Society met here Wednesday in regular ses sion with a good attendance I IlIrs Adelia Anderson of Evarisville at Klncheloes Inwas operated on firmary Monday morning On Thursday night last near the witching hour of midnight the Rev Dr Mather was called from his slumbers by a party of ladies and gentlemen who had driven over from McQuady for the purpose of seeing I the wedding ceremony performed between two of their number Mr I Frank Wilson and Miss Myrtle Bland young people who arc well known in their community wrare the contract ing parties and the knot was tIed at exactly three minutes before mid night amid the congratulations of their friends and well wishers The recital by Mrs Withers pupils at the City Hall Friday night brought out a packed house of people intent upon enjoying a treat such as is an nually given This was perhaps the best yet Each number was fault andrInstrumental selections were roundly applauded The class was large necessitating a full evenings enter tainmentM fell some time ago so injuring his ankle that he has been unable to be out of the house since Thomas Thor aged about 83 died Sunday night after a long period of illness His last days were spent with his daughter Mrs Nix at whose home he died near Harned At the fair last fall Mr Tabor fell Injuring his hip From the result of the fall he never recovered The deceased was twice married his first wife being a Miss Lamb his second a Mrs Horsley Both wives are dead Besides Mrs Nix Mrs Elijah Driskell James W Sam and Everett Tabor are surviving children The remains were laid to rest in the Ephesus burying ground Monday afternoon Miss Linnie Haswell came home Monday fo aruthersville Mission Why ont you delight the house wifeJJy furnishing her pure and whole sorfre flour Your grocer keeps it Its ttffc Lewisport flour r Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat setting up an inflammation that+ likely to mean Chronic Bronc tfsTne most satisfactory remedjiffor Catarrh is Elys Crjeam Balm i Ki the relief that fol lows even thjrfirst application cannot be told ina ords Dont suffer a day longer l om the discomfort of Nasal Ca tarrhy ream Balm is sold by all druggist for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York BIG SPRING James Harned has boughthe under takers business from Lum Qxcyoft at Vine Grove and will take possession the first of July J The lumber is being put on the ground for the repairing of the Method ist parsonage BrS Clarkson spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Simpson was at Eminence last week on business Miss Mnlissa Norris who spent sev eral days last week ith Miss Williams of Ekron has r ned home Why dojp T you delight the house wife ijy furnishing her pure and whoJlMome flour Your Grocer keeps- it Its the the Lewisport Hour H Meyer and daughter Miss Jennie of Vine Grove were here one day last week Mr Meyer is well pleased and says he is doing well j Gabe Meadof was in Louisville last week Mrs Jack Collins anddaughter Miss Pearl visited her father Mr Tindallat Garrett last week The M W A gave an ice cream supper the 12t- hImportant To W M U I ask that the money pledged for our Missionary by the W M U Auxiliary to the Breckenridge Association will reach me that my books may be ballanc ed by July 30 MrsJJ D Shaw ect and Treas ADDISON Mrs Julia Wood of Cloverport is visiting her daughter Mrs C J Fella r L YA r T I The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company r B F BEARD DIRECTORS President Capital 50000Morris Eskridgo M II W Beard- Sr DGCashier1 Richardson Lt KincholooPAUL Assistant Cashier 1100000B F Beard 1 =f Pay per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as thorbest banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed 1ir Jr bank can afford to pay w i1s J t t r + prI JI17t 4J Li iUll1Pf1f o 1 o irobt u I IMr Ed Gregory and son I I were hero Friday NorUlAnII Prof Wroe spent Thursday night atI Mr Mitchells Mr Conway went to Irvington to see IIIB children who are returning home from school Mrs Burks of Louisville and Mrs Barrett and children of Owensboro have tome to spend the summer at their home Why do you delight the housewife by fujyirfning her pure and wholesome o Your grocer keeps it Its the wisport Flour Mr Howard who has bought the Mann place has moved his family down Mrs Byrne Severs of Cloverport was the guest of her mother Saturday Mr and Mrs Varrick Doll and little son Warrick Lewis of Louisville visiting Mrs L L Mitchell areII DONT WAIT Take Advantage Of A Cloverport Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights restProfit by a Cloverport citizens ex perienceA Railroad St Cloverport Ky says I can say that Doans Kidney Pills live up to the claims made for them My kidneys and bladder were disordered for twelve years My I back ached severely and when I stooped or lifted sharp twinges darted through my loins causing me to suffer intensely When I first arose in the morning I was lame and sore and the slightest work exhausted me I was al j so languid and at times felt very nervous Headaches and dizzy spells were I added to my affliction and too frequent passages of the kidney secretions caused J me great annoyance particularly atI night when I was forced to rise from three to six times I used but one box I of Doans Kidney Pills procured ati Fishers drug store and receivedalmost I entire relief I intend to continue with them and nave nofloubt that I will soon I be entirely tti Por sal y all dealers Price 50 cents osterMilburn Co Buffalo Newjrork sole agents for the United St Es trmember the name Doans and take no other HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES St Augustlnes Catholic Church Pic nic Reed Ky July 3rd 1909 175 Cloverport to Reed and return July 3rd on account of the above oc casion Tickets will be sold for No 141 as well as for No 147 Also No 144 will stop to take on board passengers I holding tickets for the return trip Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to I 20 May 4 and 18 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 6 and 10 I 300 Louisville and return from Clo verport June 5 67 8 and the morning of June 9th on account of Mystic Shrine Good to return June 17 86680 Cloverport to Seattle and re turn on account of the AlaskoYukon Pacific Exposition Most disfiguring skiif eruptions scrofula pimples rasbesetcirare due to impure blood BurdMood Bitter is a cleansing blcwfwmic Makes yon cleareyed clearbrained clearskinned Like A Letter From Home Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir and FriendInclosed find check 1 for a years subscription to your letter from home We have to have the News once a week Couldl not stand it any oftner Will see you soon in your burg With kindest regards to all your familyI your friend Ike A Meyer 704 West Chestnut St Louisville Ky r i 4 k 4j Monday June 21G c Something New to River Patrons Positively ry the Best of All i iI Are You Corning to the Greatj RED MENS I a y POWWOW AND Barbecuec HARDINSBURG KY SATURDAYJULY 1 3 I i Hardinsburg Military Band Will furnish Music for the Occasion 200 Given Away in Prizes ICE WATER will be furnished FREE throughout the day Ai1 50 Runabout lEFI TO DAY SOME s WATCHabout s the one selling 2nd most 55tic- ketsOOwill race1etto r Runabout ticketst The most elaborate dinner ever prepared by any Order in this part of the State will be served for the i emarkably low price of 25 cents Wait until you have eaten and then see if you dont say it is the best you have ever got ten at any picnic or barbecue anywhere 4 Balloon Ascetisiotis 4 1 There will be four balloons sent up during the day one at 10 t and one at 11 a m and one at 2 and one at 4 p m 1 promptlyDIl positively be held Be sure and come IF SCORES OF ATTRACTIONS wt Come and see them and you can find anything you want on the grounds Get Your Tickets Nowl The dinner tickets at 25c entitles you to one dinner and 25 votes on watch Special tickets en titltSyou to 100 votes on watch If you wish to contest for this prize write at once to Red Men Committee r jj Hardiusburg Kentucky T From The JournalOf adanle Leandre In early youth we demand that a friendship be absolute that every chord of a friends soul be tuned in harmony with our own Later only we llearn that ubtless keenest delight lies in drawing melodies from resistant in tfuments 000 Our book shelves are the toilet tables of our intellects There we intensify our whiteness with the sweet white purity of Lamb and Goldsmith and the vivid color of our blush with the passionate rouge of Flaubert find DAnnu nzio and tie charm of our smile with coquettish beauty spots from Ovidand Mendes and the seduction of our Ian guor with strange subtle perfumes from Oscar Wilde and Verlaine 000 No matter how spiritual a love maybe it always must crave to express it self physically r n fiI j L 1r If you are sure of yourself afford not to be sure of your lover yourr Woljeska TlndolPA in July 55 I V TilE snow f Performance Utven tt The Lo ahtii 1 t Wharf Last livening was a Finllr I One t M 1 r The performance given at the localj jiI wharf last evening by the Cotton BlbV j f tedlyof local people to enjoy in a long whilR 1 iClean wholesome comedy enacted by wy Y tmance t faoneoiifinest ever landing h reamlis tlirhS oughly equIpped with everything neqe jKj sary to make itI1 Veritable flbatU w palace Herald MoumUville W Va4FThe Cotton Blossom Show Boat wj be at the river Monday June zl tfiJI 1 Chll rr CrY FO CHERS l O A ORIAy r Q idt t knii1