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Jt Ea THE BREOKENRIDGE NEIij J ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 30PI ClfI ti+ MRS KEYS SUES tay COOK BREWING CO fLJn Alleges Cook Brewing Cos Agentt Sold Beer to tier Husband 1 1tf I z and the AlcCrackens i Go t V on Sunday j jii 1SSIDTO HAVE GOOD CASE 1 11trs Emma Keywidow of the lateI 1fJese Keys Whd W tabbed to death McCracfcen lbhosiers on the Ohio river a few Sunday rJgo was in town r V Monday andemploi a Attorney E C 4 iv Vance to pie a suit against the Cook Brewing Co of Evansville Ind for sale of beer to her husband and th i McCrackens which resulted in thei drunken debauch in which Keys lost L his life The suit will be filed in a day 0 or two at Cannelton where it is alleged V the agent of the Cook Co sold the beer lfotho above named in n case Mrs ipKeys will ask for 10000 for herself and fefor 810000 each for her throe children 4iWeunderstand that Mrs Keys hasa f good cause of action against this com Ptny It is said that the fact shnt th e f tprquct was sold in violation of law on Sunday clinches any doubt about her chances to recover damages but of 1 J course the suit is llkelrto be vigorously resisted Hancock Clarion 1 1 AGNEWGIBSON t a Rosa Bennett Agnew and Francis i t LeRoy Gibsun United In Mar f i KKriage At The Home Of r The Bride A t- I n WILL LIVEI IN ELGIN OKLAHOMA Iw r- I f A beautifull home wedd ng took place t at the residence of Mr and Mrs Gard ner Agnew in Elgin Oklahoma at 745 P M June e when their daugh tert Miss Rosa Bennett Agnew was married to Mr Francis LeRoy Gibson In the presence of a number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties the ceremony being preformed by the pastor of the Methodist church of that 4 place I 1The bride is a ery attractive young woman and is well remembered and 1 liked in Cloverport having resided here t until a few months ago when she went l I with her parents to Oklahoma MrT Gibson is a prominent young businessman of Elgin I q thnmediately after the ceremony I X1 Mr and Mrs Gibson left for Lawton l l Oklahoma to spend several days e I They will reside in Elgin REDS SCALPED THE INDIANS In a Hotly Contested Ball Game iI F at The West End Ball Field Sunday Afternoon TUCKER SAWED FOURTEEN M- ENo4In a pretty game of base ball Sunday t t taEthe West End ball diamond the Clo Set1 t verport Reds defeated the Toblnsport c feacJ1 pitching o 9 good support The Cloverport hops tie 5 challenge any team under 18 years of age Address all communications Loll Kinder manager or Penny Grarmni heal capt Oloverport Kentucky ilos 1 ubt USE OF CONFETTI ilegeff hrleCauses Several Encountersat the ry aCarnivalrfore There weroseveralencounters at the lior m carnival last night as a result of the use eces= of confetti Very little confetti is tting thrown this year The style now is to a stuff It down ones throat by force This will 5vas tried on a stranger last night and f the result was that u young man had his front teeth loosened for being too way The Woodmen of the World un der whose Auspices the carnival is being given endeavored last night to stop the methods used by the gay carnival at ia UndantsY but with HHle success 1 i wensbbro Messenger ttn + it1 M A 4 THE NEW MbHb AND Eb RAILROAD Has Reached and Passed Hartford Work is Progressing Splendidly GREEN RIVER BRIDGE STEEL The newMi II 8s E railroad reach ed Hartford promptly on time as an nounced in last weeks Herald and num bers of our citizens stepped of er to the track to view the work says the Hartford Herald The track llayer although simple of construction IS a wonder in the way of laying calla with exactness and dispatch The big crew of darkies speedeThe new depot site is one of the pret tiest in this part of the state The switch grounds are level and cointiio dious A splendid perspective is had looking northeast whore there isn straight stretch of track for half a mile affording a fine and unobstructed view of an approaching train The depot e understand will be of modern con struction provided with every conven ience The location is only about two squares from the Ohio county court house The tracklayer and work crew had ddY1creekprogress- ing with their usual speed and will soon reach Cenlertown From there on to Smallhous on Green river will require only a short while Work on the large steel bridge to span Green river at that point is progressing well Track has been completed from Moorman about three miles ton the other side of Small hous to Green river at the latter point It wiII only be a few mpnths until trains are making schedule time over the new Dlndisonvillq Hartford and Eastern Ira roaI itii nP i fi DITTOSHA NON David Jackson Ditto and Miss Julia Shannon Are Married Will Live in Dallas I David Jackson Ditto and Miss Julia Shannon were united in marriage last Tuesday evening at the home of the brides parents on First street in Louisville The bride is a beautiful young girl and the groom is the son of Mr Abram Ditto of West Point Immediately after the wedding Mr+ Teasvhbusiness AJ IN LOVE WITH JACK Cloverpbrt Charmed With the Cotton Blossom Float ing Theater Dowp in Hickory Valley the drama given on the Cotton Blossom showboat Monday night was splendidly received by a large audience at this pprt t 1 Jack Rose the cow boy starred in the play and all the girls went home in l v9wiih Jack Uvnclia was also greatly admired for hof benu y anti simplicity of matte up It ril rilcGilmad III iCtssjZtiia Gilllland who was to haVe token a prominent part in the vaudiyille of the Epworth League car nival is seriously ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Forest Gilliland Her illness is regretted by the young people of Cloverport and they hope her recovery will be rapid iI S PateShumate Mrs Leah E Pate of Irvington and J R Shumate a farmer residing near Brandenburg were married yesterday afternoon in the parlors or the Louis villa Hotel by the Rev C C Marriott The bride is a sister of Jesse C Payne assistant cashier of the Kentucky and Indiana Bank Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Shumate left forthek hone near Brandenburg r Fridays Louisville Times I THE CARNIVALWAS The Epworth Leaguers Gave 1 Grand and Glorious Entertainment For Lovers of a Good and Jolly Time Folks Gefliappy Spend Their iHoney ahdEat Confettia Committee Well Pleased WithResults of the Financial Efforts Proceeds Two Hundred and wfSeventy 21 Not since the people played hopskip and jump when they were little folks have they had so much fun as they did at the street carnival given in this city by the Epworth League Thursday nudJJ Friday nights All the members and many of their friends buckled titer energies together and made the affair one giant occasion of mirth very fear c ture from the Tague gns lights to the Hawesville ba d were sparkling with pleasure and merriment N 1he booths were most attractive this J time and were well patronized The vaudeville the wax show the sfde 1I110Wi the clowns and the fire works and THE HOG MARKET Highest Price Since June 1902 1 805 Was Reached on Chi f cage Market BIG iIOGS FE1CItTNl iPRIG- g t The hog market has been bullish for some time Optimists have predicted that live hogs would sell for 800 per hundred this season But the prediction met many skeptics However the ques tion was settled lust Monday June 14 when car load lots of hogs sold for 805 per hundred This is the highest prize reached since 1002 and barring that period the highest since 1813 It is the highest price for June hogs since 1882 when the high point was 330 In Sep tember 1882 prices reached 935 Of course rhere are various explanations of the present high price of hogs The one most generally given and accepted is short supply and increasing cons mp tion Possibly the most logical explanation is that the high price of corn has caused the early marketing of immature and light hogs and d real scarcity of Heavy fat hogs This bus caused the supply of lard to run short and the mar ket is looking for hogs that will yield the most lard It is significant that the 805 hog last Monday averaged over 300 pounds What ever the cause the interesting fact isv that a good porker is now worth gold dollars and many of them Mrs Manerva E Barnett Dead t Mrs Manerva E Barnett died at her home near Patesville last Wed nesday June 10 She was nearly 70 years old She was married In 1851r to James O Bowlds who died in the civil war To this marriage six children were born three of whom are living D L Bowlds of this city C B Bowlds of Lewisport and Mrs Sarah C Taylor of PeUvllle To her Second marriage three children were born all of whom are living near Patesville J W Barnett Ed F Barnett and Mrs Mollie Wilkie She joined the Baptist church at the age of 15 and continued her mem bership with that church till 1880 when she joined the United Brethern in Christ In this church she lived a consistent Christian life and died hanpytHer funeral was conducted by the i Rev Henry Craig Interment in Bethelehem Cemetery near Pates yule Thursday June 17 Rev and Mrs D L Bowlds and daughter Zula and Ora and Virgil of this city and OB Bowlds and son Cicero of Lewisport attended the funeral 7 1I Subscribe Right Now J y 11 flf t thetsucjes af the carnival Each feature wnth roughly enjoyed nnd the cha- trnitteeis congratulated for its excellent management of its third annual carni val v T e News recommends the Epworlh Ljjffgue entertainments to Breckenridgo Countjjand all people seeking first class amusement ErorSunday at 645 oclock the Leag Molds devotional meetings in thew1ist church and an invitation is extended to visitors and friends to attenJ HARVESTi Will Bet o11 in Full Blast This r Week Jg The s1fo quirer says Wheat 19 i S thal i is d to n beto o into M field with binders1 and begin the harvest One or two hava already started machines to work but nothing much will be done until Monday As has been previously stated in this paper there has never been a time that the wheat looked better and when the outlook was more promising for an abundant crop at prices which will give formers a big profit on their years work k One farmer remarked Saturday morning that he was more than pleased with the present otlook for corn There was some trouble in the opening of the season on account of born which did not come through as the weather had been too cold and wet but for the most part all corn fields in this locality now pres ent a most promising appearance II FARMERS SIGNING UP Two Tobacco Associations Have Canvassers In Field And Are Well Pleased The Green River Tobacco association has about eight agents going through the county securing pledges for the pool of this fall All of the agents have met with great success and claim that they will have more pledges signed this year than they received last year One representa tic of the Green River association worked bn the Calhoun road Friday and signed all of the farmers on that road with the exception of three The home warehouse people are also circulating the pledges and are receiving great encouragement their representatives securing numerous signers for their pooling pledges Owensboro Inquirer Mrs R S Skillman Dead Mrs Skillman wile of Mr H S Skillman of Stepheusport di dat her Tuesday at 4 am after a long illuess Mrs Skilltnun was a lovely Christian character and her life went out like a dream Services were held in the Baptist church conducted by the Revs Winchell and Roberts Her re mains were tacen to Hardiusburg for interment in the old family burying groundtoday Amore extended notice of her death next week Read Our New Story V tea A THOROUGHORGANIZATION The Only Safe Plan to Secure Good Prices For This Years Crop of Tobacco AN UNUSUAL BIG CROP s B Robertson of Calhooa state secretary of the A S of E was in the city on Thursday says the Owensboro Messenger on his way to Louisville where the state board was called to meet in connection with the tobacco question in the Burley region Mr Robertson admits that there is an unusual l crop of tobacco this year not only here but in other districts and he says he believes the only safety is in thorough organization for the holding of any sur plus that may accumulate as the result of the present heavy crop If organi zation does not save the farmers from the natural results of a big bumper crop he says he expects to see growers going through the streets of the city as often before begging for bids on their tobacco STATE UNIVERSITY Honors Wallace Cabbage With a Good Position For the ComII II ing School Term Wallace Babbnge formerly of this city JIBS accepted a position as first assistant ln the department of mathe matics at the Kentucky Stato Univer sityMr Babbage was assistant superin tendent at the Mt Sterling High School and it was through his excellent work there that he has st dbiscgood- posit 1 rail nlI f G onte triia e 1c ro m Mrs V G Babbage a j AN OLD TIMER Makes a Visit to ills Old Home and Friends Rev S Bramlette of Columbus Kansas who has been visiting his brother Jas K Bramlette at Irving ton for several weeks returnml Rome Monday He says he had a delightful visit to his old home and county after a lapse of over 40 years lie was born near Bewleyville in 1831 He married a Miss Gannaway who attended Mrs R G Gardiners school at Hardinsburg before the war Mrs Bramlette has been dead eleven years He is now living with one of his sons at Columbus Kansas Rev Bramlette is 78 years old and a fine type of the old Kentucky character before tfte war He chats pleasantly the old times has a splen did memory and relates many remi niscences of the early days and the men and women of that day and time Although he has been away from his old Kentucky home for many years he loves the old State yet T Whirlwind Campaign The second whirlwind educational campaign has been set by its originator Supt J G Crabbe for the week be ginning Sunday June 27 On this day every minister in Kentucky is asked to preach on some phase of Public Ed ucation in Kentucky Each Breck enridge county minister has received a special letter asking that he comply with this request from our State Su perintendentDr Shearin President of Hamilton College Lexington has been assigned to do the speaking in Breck enridge county His dates are Union Star July 1 2 p m Stephensport July 1 8 pm New BethelJuly 2 10 a m McQuady July 2 3 p m Westview July 2 8 p m Custer July 3 1 p m Garfield July 3 8 pm At Custer there will be several other speakers and the gathering there will be the Rally Day for our county A cordial invitation is extended to the public to be in attendance to hear local taxation the county high school i the new law sand ether educational I questions discussed 1 t ENGLISH SOLDIER SUCCESSFUL SUITOR Woes Cloverport Girl and Wins Her Hand in a Short Time Bride and Groom Cor responded Before They Met WERE MARRIED IN LOUISVILLE Not knowing each the other but writ ing frequently week after week Miss Orra Chapin and Mr Joseph Gcrdy were finally brought together by fate and made their paper acquaintance one of actual love and courtship Mr Gordy came here last week from Spokane Wash to meet Miss Chapin They were together but a few days un tit they decided to go to Louisville and be united in marriage They wEre- married Tuesday eveniug at six oclock in the Baptist parsonage at Fourth and Oak by the Rev W W Laudrum The bride is a well known young wo man of this city and the groom is an English soldier it is spid and has lived in America but a short while Be and his bride will resale at Spokane Wash MRS STANDIFORD Is Pleased With Patronage From the Readers of The Breck enridge News Mrs Ethel Stanliford has been highly pleased with the number of people from Breckenridge county who have visited ner studio during the last three weeks Thrqugh the Columns of the News she has extended aa invitation to all per 1- j7 j1ror 5 v tieJtt ott j Her work is r tCs tezrn giv perfect satisfaction Any one wann X to have pictures taken will be well re paid by visiting Mrs Standiford ALLEN TAUL Young People Marry at the Methodist Parsonage in This City Miss Cornelia Allen and Mr Sidney Taul were married in the parlors of the Methodist parsonage Wednesday after noon The ceremony was solemnized by the Rev B M Curriein the presence of a large number of friends The News wishes the young couple much happiness Harvest Hands Scarce The farmers say that laborers are scarce for the wheat harvest and they fear they will be unable tpen ploy a number sutllcient to save the crop The laborers in the tobacco factories are looking toward the wheat fields and there will probably be an exodus from the city for the farms for the busy crop season Owensboro Inquirer Big Burley Tobacco Pool Winchester Ky June 12The Burley Tobacco Society finished its labors this morning and the members left for home The executive com mattes is here giving the finishing touches to the pledge for pooling the crop of IflOO A vigorous campaign will be instituted and the members of the board feel sanguine that a larger per cent than ever before will be pooled Go to New Mexicq Mr 0 T Taber and family will leave on Saturday June 19 by river for Columbus Ky where they will be joined by Messrs Floyd Chambers and R L Evans and families all of whom will go to New Mexico to locate Mrs Evans and Nrs Chambers are daughters of Mr and Mrs Taber and they will 1 all locate together in the Southwest We regret to give up so good nrfamily jrf las t this They have been reared here aP1 1 and have the confidence of everyono jr t Hawesville Clarion V5- rr 1 r r l ANNUAL MEETINGf Travelers Protective Association J ASHEVILLE N Cr May 31 sJune 5 1909 4 Southern Railway AshevilleIk1 is the shortest line to Very low rates will be authorized open to the public Take thisIIopportunity of going lo Asheville and visiting the beautiful c ous section of Western North Carolina Ask auy Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules Ii or write me IV 4JC BEAM Jr A G P A I1 ISTLOUIS fflO It- i rifSSlB mlDfD mg ftBIIDti It I tf RURAL TELEPHONES t 2 J1 Mr Farmer ore you interested If so call on tho ft manager ofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph y Company and have him explain the special Far x t ifm mlIIorB f Lino rate ji 1 m CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Incor- poratediY A I J IA Ti I Real Estate Department 4 i iDoyou wantlto buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest r ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once J tolling us what you want and where you want it and let 1usI introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for t tVierecommend the following properties as being productive t and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once lIt r and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together t This department is conducted solely for the purpose ofI enabling q buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Dabbagee 1 Sates 6000 A YearM+ a- YaA splendid business stand storehouse y f stock of goods good will etc l Annual sues 5000 to 6000 a year office in cdrinection which pays ffPost 120 per year Three miles from station on the branch Here irisa fine opportunity for a man with idJasmall capital to drop right into a good ih For further particulars write NOD BABBAGE Cloverport Ky C 332 acres on llnrdlnsburtf and 3 9504 t wills of SlnkluK road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings three bill barnes log house und blacksmith stop all necessary outhouses P ISO aero under cultivation und pasture 222 acres In limber white oak black ouk beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good t water the your round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance R 6007es5 sItuated IHI miles from Joins Oatje Plenw HldRC land In good shape good fencluc one Rood dwel MUK house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThis0 acres In timber white leak sugar true nod heeeh balance cleiirnd Plenty of good fruit Good road to HtcplunsportaH mills und good road to Hoi 1W tulles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In pood Ix lust the farm for a man with u small family iTwofrbom t cottaJo on Murray Avenue Veil Iloqiteu Rents for f5 per month R1 750II155 acres on Uardlnsburg and milesfroma Rood big barn SO acres la oak and beech timberBeechbehauledLimestoneland yearroundeasy payments 0 FOB SA LEA farm containing 250 acres and under fence A nlcu cottage cf five i51 rooms two cisterns a walled collar with u store room over It two pool stock barns peachtreesall kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleariyl bu lance In woods IOY acre In grass sorer a wired of a whole black farm locust In ufit flies nearEkror on L II 3 St L It It price Is 5000 or long and easy payments Folt SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician in u good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just StllpIntnAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling Kor further partic ulars address INO U liAHHAOK Clover port Kv t Itc + t Ii II IIII f f 11Announcements fo- rJuneWeddings I il 1 t I t J iiiii 1 i Beautiful in Workmanship and f absolutely Correct in Form r tit i j BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky I r1 dW ur Read Our Story vii A w I Making Money On the Farm II Maintaining Fertility By G V GREGORY Author of Homo Courso In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association all lands need tile drainage NOT there are none on wblcli problem of maintaining fertility Is not an ImportantI one Fertility of tbo land In its broadest I sense means its ability to produe large crops One of the Important factors insu encing fertility Is the amount of plant food in the soil Ten elements cur bon hydrogen oxygen calcium mag nesium iron sulphur nitrogen potas slum and phosphorus are necessary to tbe growth of plants From 00 to 05 per cent of the dry matter of plants IIs made up of carbon oxygen and hy drogen which are obtained from air and water Of the others only three nitrogen phosphorus and potassium arc used in such large quantities that the supply in the soil is likely to become exhausted These three are usually spoken of as the essential plant foods Amount of Plant Food In Soils These plant foods are present in varying amounts In all soils In many cases it is necessary to increase the supply by the use of commercial fer tilizers The real need of most soils however is not tbe addition of more of these materials but the judicious use of those already there It Is estimated that there is enough phosphorus in the upper seven inches of soil1 in the Mississippi valley to raise aI hundred bushels of corn to the aero every year for sixty years and enoughI potassium to last GOO years at tl1 same rate Much of this phosphorus and potassium Is combined with other materials In such a form that It is un available for the use of the plants One of the principal problems of the farmer then Is to make this stored fer tility available One of tho most effective means ofr doing this llsby keeping the soil plentifully supplied with humus Humus is the name given to decaying organic matter In the soil It is the humus that gives the dark rich color to soils It leaves that brown streak In the furrow thnt farmers have long re garded as an Indication of fertility Humus gives the soil n spongy textur- and o greatly Increases Its water holding capacity It also makes the soil lighter and warmer Soils which contain largo amounts of humus do not bake or become cloddy easily Tbey u7Jw mel low rind respond readily to culttyatlbri Humus contains considerable nitrogen and furnishes a home for bacteria which aid In making plant food avail able Certain acids are also formed in the decaying of humus that aid iin making the phosphorus and potas sium available It might almost be said that the ichlef problem of maintaining fertility Is the problem of keeping the soil supplied with humus Maintaining the Humus Supply Probably the best way of maIntain- Ing this humus supply is by tit liberal use of barnyard manure Tho surplusr straw should bo used for bedding sons to save all the liquid portion and add to the bulk of the manure Shred ded fodder is also good for this pur pose The manure should be hauled 11Vi Via 111 ACODMUIiATION OP StANUKE to the laud as fast as formed Whe It is allowed to decay In the barnyard much of the nitrogen is lost and rainsI falling upon It also wash out other ole month The manure spreader is anI implement that should bo found inI every barnyard Tho manure can be loaded direct from the stables to the spreader at almost all seasons off the year and spread In an even layer upont tho field With a spreader the manure can be made to cover twice as muchI ground so that the whole farm can bo gone over oftener While barnyard manure Is undoubt edly one of time best means of main tattling fertility it cannot always be had Many farmers because of their location near markets which demand1I certain crops find It more profitable to supply those crops than to raise live stock Others prefer grain farming because it is less confining Such farm ers must have sonic method of maintaining fertility wblch docs not dependI primarily upon manure The Value of Clover Tho best substitute for manure fis clover Clover supplies an abundance of nitrogen the most rapidly used ofr t 9 t Mf RJ 4 2 three essential elements Three Itho of the air Iis laude up of nl Clover and other leguminous crops are able to get nitrogen from this source by means of bacteria which lire on their roots These bacteria change the nitrogen of tilt air into ni trates u form In which It win bo used by the plants IFully onothlrd of the nitrogen collected by the clover plant r loft in the soil In the roots and stub ble One crop of clover In a four year rotation will furnish nearly enough nitrogen for the remaining three crops In the rotation This Is a much cheaper form of ob talnlng nitrogen than by purchasing it in commercial fertilizers at 10 to 15 cents a pound It Is much more profit able to keep the nitrogen supply fairly constant by tho continued use of a ro tation with legumes than to add a large amount at ode time Nitrogen In the form of nitrates Is readily soluble and every rain washes some of it out of the soil This Is not true of the other essential elements to any marked extent Too liberal a supply of nitro gn at one time tends also to promote too rapid lent growth at tho expense of fruit or grain The stubble and roots of the clover together with the cornstalks and other rubbish will do n great deal to keep up the humus supply In addition to I FIG IV LOADING JIANUBK SPltEADEK this if no manure at all Is available 1some humus may have to be supplied from some othereourcc This is cape clally true if the soil Is naturally poor wayseto supply this Is by green manuring This means the turning under of a green crop such as clover cowpeas or some other legume This supplies both humus and nitrogen The best time to plow under such n crop Is In the fall so that It will have time to decay before spring A large mass of unde caged material plowed under In the spring checks the upward movement of moisture and Is liable to make the land sour- Another method of adding to tho hu mus supply Is by mowing a crop of clover about haying time and letting it cropofall teas or for seed Clover Sick Soli After clover has been grown for a considerable length of time especially If much has been plowed under for green manure the land Is liable to become clover sick This Is caused by an excess of acid In the soli This geld can bo neutralized by the applica tion of ground limestone Caustic or quicklime is not so good as limestone since It burns up large quantities of humus and in general Is too violent In its action Lime has another advan tage on clay soils In that It causes the particles to adhere together In larger masses thus making the soil more porous The usual rate of application is from twenty to forty bushels to the acre With the application of lime as well as with the adoption of any other new method It Is best to try it oun small scalo first Then if It proves profitable its use can be extended The judicious use of clover or some other legume will effectively solve tho humus and nitrogen problems There remains the question of the potassium and phosphorus supply Clover also aids with these The humus formed from It helps to dissolve the unavail able materials and prepare them for the uso of the plant As stated before there is enough potassium In the upper seven Inches of the average prairie soil to last GOO years under the most Intensive culture and enough phos phorus for fifty years Clover changes this seven Inches Into twice as many foot Clover roots go down ten or a dozen feet or farther Alfalfa roots go down twenty foot or more These deep roots bring up minerals from the lower layers of soil and leave them where the shallower rooted grain crops can got them Making Fertility Available Gypsum or laud plaster has a con potassiumnand phosphorus available Applied Ute rate of 500 or GOO pounds per acre It will often Increase crop yields con sldcrably It also has a beneficial ct- Ifect on alkali soils Uso ouo or two bushels to the acre Probably the most effective way of making phosphorus potassium or other plant foods available Is by tillage Frequent and thorough cultivation keeping the soil line and mellow ta- I vors the chemical processes by which locked up plant food Is mode available It must bo remembered however that the foster these materials are lib crated the sooner will the supply be come exhausted When rotation with legumes tillage and the application of limo and gypsum no longer produce satisfactory results it is a sign that there Is a lack of potassium or phos phorus or both In the soil Phos phorus is more liable to become scanty In amount since the supply Is smaller Bonemcnl and ground phosphate rook arc the best forms in which to apply this material The former is quicker If Its notion but considerably more cs p iBjv Potassium Is usually bought In flip form of murlato or sulphate If lt n 1 all AID fOR ROCK ROADS Native Limestones to Be Tested at Kansas University BY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Counties and Towns May Have the Benefit For the AskingMaterIals- and Methods Found That Will Make Macadam Last Indefinitely The engineering department of the University of Kansas has decided to join the good roads movement From now on It will bo equipped to glvo the benefit of its testing laboratories to tho counties and cities In the state of Kansas on road materials and meth ods A bulletin will be published soon by tho department giving the standard tests on more than 200 samples of limestone from tho eastern half of tho statet Tho regents established a testS ing station at Lawrence about a year ago but up to this time there have been no funds to publish the results of the tests that have been mode Th tests In the first bulletin are of stones available for macadamizing of which there is practically an unlimited amountIn Professor W C Head who has charge of the work had two semi bar students begin on Investigation of the valueof Kansas limestones for road making and they tested nearly a hundred samples In the following year two more students Edward N Noyes and D C MeConaughy carried on the tests Lust year more tests were made from time to time until the department has a good Idea of what lime stones will make macadam roads There Is n wonderful difference In them sonic being practically worth less while others and they are In the majority arc first class material Two tests are applied one to deter mine the toughness and wearing qualities of time stones and the other to determine the cementing properties of the powder that Is made by the road roller and tilt wear of traffic It some times happens that a stone that is good In one respect is worthless on account of the lack of thd other quali ty Wearing qualities are determined by the standard rattler test which was originated In France thirty years ago The samples of some arc broken Into uniform pieces so that fifty will weigh approximately eleven pounds They are put Into a rattler which consists of nn Iron cylinder set at an angle of thirty degrees with the axis of rotation In the test lasting five hours the Cylinder Is rotated 100000 times and the amount ground off the samples In that time by weight de termines the measure of wearing qual ity of the stones In making the ce ment test the powder is taken from the rattler and mixed with water It Is allowed to harden In cylindrical briquettes and la tested for Its resistance under the trip hammer We expect to he able to make tests from now on for any town or county that has a macadamizing project un der way said Professor Iload and I believe the work will be a great thing for the good roads movement In tho state There are any amount of limestones which If properly selected and put on the roads will make roads that last indefinitely There are only six other testing sta tions In the United States that are equipped for the tests now being made at tho university The only other one west of Ohio Is at the Iowa Agricultural college =Kansas City Star Women WilD Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of ninny who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show m pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Bitters Work won ders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breat smooth velvety skin lovely complex on Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them 50c at Severs Drug Co ForGirls Coiffuia There is quite n fashion for wearing a wide triple bow of soft satin or eli vex or gift fciiuze In the hair This sUotch chows just how this la adjust ed The double fiat is of thin silver OBNAMKNT FOB diniS colt TJRE and goes half way round the head bringing the triple bow of silver gauze at the side of tine head back of the car This Is a very pretty ornament andis usually most becoming to any girlish face Trouble Alakcrs Ousted When a sufferer f m stomach trouble takes Dr Kings ew Life Pills hes mighty glad to shin Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly it more hes tickled nerveshealthyI and kidneys now work right 25e at1 Severs Drug Co Teeth Clatter The Gold Tooth Say youll bo pulled If you keep on disturbing the peace The Troublesome Molar Hooray YImowPuck u V o fI KILL THE COUCH CURE THE LUNGSAND i fWITH Dr Kingsii I New DIRHlCSBSIPrfBas l t AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED sI T IJ J p IFit is tho surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go toII TC LEWIS ho knows how and does as ho f knows Ho hils one of the 1 finest collections of beautiful 3 ituptodiito iII JEWELRY nil good not shoddy nt thelftvery lowest prices goldand silver can be bought foriRemember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad t to welcome you and give you 1 satisfaction it r f1j10mei J I JJfl r STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made ClothesI All the latest patterns for Sirs I and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern method Fit guaranteed Mod Brute ufices Expert tailors em plo dt J H HUNSCMEC- asperMay coCa eltonjnd ar l JJ EXPERIENCEQ frS TRADE DESIGNS MARKS 4 11 CGPYntn11T8 t J Anyonoaendingasketchl and description mat quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether AD Invention Is probably Jlat tions strictly confidential HANDBOOK on Iatcuti patentsPatents J rpicial notice without charge In th- eSritOLitiC American Jj A hancUomelr Illustrated weekly Inrtrost cir culation of any sclentlaa Journal Tenm 3 a J ea J 6odbyallnowedealoreNN I Branch Office 625 P BU Washington D Co A a L II fEAST1 f No 140 DallY Fast Train loaves Oloveruort 507 A M stops at Irvlngton West Point j Stites and Aiedora only arrive at Louisville 725A M t40 i42allyMallandSxpressloavos0lo r l AM stops at all way stationsarrives Louisville 1258 p rn Train No 144 Dully fast mall leaves Olo verport 458 p m stops at all way stations 1 east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 ilOu m j accomidation I Il WEST HOUND a No 147 Dally Henderson accommodation i leaves Olovorport H00 a m stops at all way j stations arrives Henderson 825 am i expressleavesnaweavlllo Iowlsport Maceo Owensboro xStanleySt LoulsTiSOp m 0 Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar I rives Olovorport stationsAA p m Stops at all No US dally St Louis fast tralnlenvesOlor AM r onlyChair 144 between sleepingcars RndSt 1 iEASTi loavesFordsville i am IeavesFordsvilldp mTrain No 8 Sunday only Fords 110100 a moo IrvlcetonB35 a m WEST BOUND leavesIrviJtraln No5 Dally leaves Iivlngton 705 p Jjni arrives Fordsville 1015 U m J t i DR W M CASPER i DENTIST A loverport every Wednesday and Thursr1 I day at Dr Llghtfoots Office f H DeH nOGRMAN Attorney at Law- nARDINSBURO KY VUl practice his profession in all of the adjolnlnKcountload cases and criminal practice Jlceiwa to DIstilctCourMOffice u N 1 t I i0URv ii BACKACHE i tWILLYIELD To Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound l Rockland MainoCI I was troubled for along time with pains in my back I and side and was miserable in overt aynI doctored until I was discouraged and thought I should never got well Iread a testimonial about Lydia E Vegetable thought I would try it After tak ing three bottles I was cured and welliifPinkhams Vegetable Compound to all my friendsMrs WILL YOUNG 6J Columbia Avenue Rockland Mo 1R Backache is a symptom off female youfJ get permanent you must reach I weknowof1 as Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound Cure the cause of these dis willbecomeJt strongThe unsolicitedjj E1inkhamsVegetablo t and herbsJfas restored health to thousands 1 ofivomen 1188ifi hcrjbr advice She has guided 4 thaasands Clwrge to health free of ORIGINAL RECIPES I Gleaned by One Who Is a Gastronomic a Adept To serve chicken livers en brochette r k allow one liver and six pieces of thinly sliced bacon for each person Cut the livers In four pieces und string them alternately with the bacon ou skew ors Stand the skewers upright through the rack of the dripping pan and bake in a hot oven until the bacon Is crisp and brown Serve on n bed of cressTo use up the leftover dinner fish remove the bones and lake the moat Mix the fish with an equal part of cold boiled potatoes chopped moderately i fine and warm the hash in bacon fat or butter seasoning with butter salt and pepper Ifclsa good Idea to brown the hash on the bouom anTthen fold it like an omelet f Smelts skewered In rings With heads c and tails together dipped in milk and flour and fried In deep fat make an i attractive fish course Garnish the plate on which they are served withII cress and slices of lemon that hit been dipped In minced parsley rQI they are to make the main part of meal serve them around a mound ofII potato or make n potato border serve the fish rings in a mound The smelts may be skewered with a toothpick and the skewer may be removed after the Ash is cooked as the ring ll llwillJ usually keep its shape The roan of a certain house has a Ii dish which he invented when he lived t In bachelor quarters lie sprinkles two ip small slices of halibut with salt and I J I pepper and bakes them In a gas oven l until they are brown Then he puts t them on a piping hot platter and turns 5 a Welsh rabbit over them The men i of his acquaintance eat the mixture if the women folk do scorn it 1 A baked ham came to the table th other day with a lemon pig surmouut ing the top Tho young housewife whoI llkfls things different had used the pointed end for tho head had raised triangular pieces of the skin at each r t side for tho oars and sfuck In cloves for eyes Too legs and tall were tooth- PIcks e This to a traditional garnish porkvi 1 tggs served as a fish course at a luncheon last week had t been cut In two the yolks removed a slice cut from each end of the whites BO that the eggs would stand and the two small ends had been put to t gather with tbo open cup at the top- e This was heaped high with a savory I mixture of the yolk rubbed smooth 4 stwith melted butter salt pepper paprl ka and sardines The eggs were served G O on white luttuc leaves and were gar 4 nished wlth Spanish red pepper dice f strlpiJft i y J i t1ffIq t Oriental Gold Pill- I t I iit in need just j ddIf a bottle of aii ra I Oriental Gold Pills Safe 500rGunranteo Price 4300 At f4 drug stores or send direct to us Mailed in plain wrapper Writoidr booklet Confiden tin mtsent free Desk G Esthetic Chemical Co 31 West ids St Now York rGenuine Turkish Female Pills u- J ATTRACTIVE SAUCES The Average Cook Is Not Clever at Their Construction Souc9S and soups are the fine nrts of cookery and the person who under takes them must understand tastes and flavors mid must possess a trained palate IInch sauce should be adapted to the meat or fish or vegetable with which It Is to be served A rounding tnblespooliful of butter and a rounding tablespoonful of tlour will thicken halt a pint of liquid Take care that your sauces are delicately flavored The thickest saucepans should be used for the operation and only wooden spoons should bo used for stirring Remember also that your saucepan must be exquisitely clean and fresh If you would have your sauce a success Let the fire be clear I A NEW KBENCU 6AUC1BOAT and not too fierce One of the commonest faults to be found with our cooking Is the singular luck of variety In sweet sauces The average cook rarely soars above sweet melted but ter More often than not boiled and steamedsweets are served without sauce of any sort A very enjoyable dish to such as possess the necessary good digestion Is roast pork but roast pork to be eaten at its best should have for an accompaniment apple sauce To prepare this sauce pare core and quarter one pound of apples and throw them Into cold water to pre serve their whiteness Put them into a saucepan with half a cupful of wa ter and boll closely covered until soft enough to pulp Beat them up adding one tablespoonful of sugar and half a tablespoonful of butter This sauce also forms a welcome addition to roaut goose and duck Pistachio Sauce Throw two ounces of pistachio nuts into boiling water and let them rcboll for a few minutes then shell them Next pound them till smooth Mix in a basin half an ounce of cornstarch with a little cold water then stir into the pounded nuts and allow them to boll stirring nil the time then add one tablespoonful of sugar one tablespoonful t cream one cupful of marsala wine and u few drops of vanilla extract Strain the sauce and It Is ready This sauce looks particularly attractive with a chocolate pudding the green sauce making a pretty contrast to tho brown of the pudding If liked milk may be used Instead of cream and the wine may be omitted but add instead II lit tie lemon juice and a little more water If you havent the time to excrcasi regularly loans Reoufets will prevent constipation They I iducaa mild easy healthful action of rue bowels without griping Ask you druggist fcr them 25cNew Road Preserver That Works The Essex countyI =X 11 park cum mission believes Ithat It has found tIll most serviceable and at the same tim the simplest road preserver and dust eliminator In a cheap preparation which IIs mach from wood pulp and mixed wit h water Is spreadOil ItIll roads by means of an ordinary sprin Icier The material has been tried nnI the roads of Orange park with greatr NUCCCSJ The mixture while holding 1 I nuII I IWe do not know of any other pillI that is ns good as IpeWitis Little Eirlyf Risers the fomoifs little liver pills pilles with a reputation Sold by all drug gists GOOD SAND FOR ROADS Valuo of Waste Product From Cali fornia Oil Wells Two hundred tons of rich black oilI sand from the Sunset wells at Visalia Cal will beused on some of the roads of Tularo county iu California tit summer Superintendent Twaddle chairman of the county governing board has been experimenting and1I found it satisfactory The sand comes from tho wells mixed with the oil When this flows Into the sump hole the sand sinks to the bottom and sop aratcs Itself the oil running off Grad uily tho sand piles up around the derricks and at the mouth of the pipe and fills n large part of the sump There arc piles forty foot deep on the Adeline Mntlcopa road 011 and Gate City properties which have accumu lated in the course of four or five years The snail coming with this heavy oil is different from that fount- with l the light oils ovon that with the Kern river product Those who have tried it say it Is su perior for roads to any common sand1 that may bq mixed with oil It Iras aat binding quality that is lacking iii arti ficial products Before Its adoption In Tularo county it was used quite a little on highways In the immediate vi1 amity of the oil tlelda it being giver to whoever would loud find haulI It away A wide use qf this byprod uct by roadinakors will be a boom tto the heavy oil producers of Sunset bj ridding them of a nuisance and trans forming it into a source of revenue Subscribe Now c JUST IN TIME Some Cloverport People May Wait Till Hs Too Late Dont writ until too late Be sure to be in time just in time with kidney ills Means curing the back Before ltfhckache becomes chronic Before serious urinary troubles set in Dorms Kidney Pills will do this Here is Cloverport testimony to prove it William Johnson Cloverport Ky says Doans Kidney Pills in my cnss proved to be a very reliable remedy and 1 have no hesitation in recommend ing them For six years my kidneys were disordered and the secretions were too frequent in passage and when al lowed to strtnd contained a sediment My back ached severely particularly at night and in the morning I was so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around Whenever I contracted the slightest cold it settled in my kidneys and made my suffering more intense Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fish ers drug store have gSven me great relief from these troubles and I can recommend them blghly For sale ball dealers Price 50 cents FcjiRt Milburu Co Buffalo Jew Yorjrsole agents for the United tatts Rp ember the name Doans =aa- a to other HOLDS RUGS IN PLACE Clamp Fastens to Floor and Keep Coveting Flat Most people prefer rugs to carpets na floor coverings but an objection that has been raised to the former Is that they will not lie flat and on a polished surface they are liable to slip from under people and cause them to fall Then too mans a person has tripped I 10 NO TltlllIJJO OVEll EDGES tover the loose end of a rug with pain ful results A olever man has devised a rug clamp which corrects these faults Tint clomp Is a strip of metal doubled with teeth at the free ends turned inward A band slides over the clamp nail by running this band to ward the clutcnlng cud tho grip of tb teeth is tlfthMied At the other ens tire sharp spikes which are to be driv en Into the ttMir to hold the device The spikes nie smell and the holes they make lire scarcely noticeable By using a set of these clamps on all fend Ir sides of a ru the latter Is down as securely as if it were tacked and does nut crinkle up when walkec on or when chairs or tables are moved about on It fStops earache i iJ o a es tooth ache or pain n ur scald In live minutes hoarfenerf ffe hour muscle ache two hourejjjiore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Ececlric Oil1 monarch over pain GOOD ROADS IN GEORGIA Talk of a Seven Hundred Mile Road Between Atlanta and Washington The Good Honda club of Georgia has started a movement for the constric tion of nn Improved highway between Atlanta tad Washington about TOO miles The plan Is that ouch of tho counties In the different states should agree to maintain the highway after Itt has boon completed The rapid spread of Interest In automobiles has aroused1 the Georgia men to the urgent need of better roads In the south and they be lieve tthat an Improved highway from Atlanta to the national capital wouldi give n great impetus to the good roads movement all over the south It has been suggested by the project ors of the proposed highway that the authorities of each county agree to xlisting connecting roods from border to border Bud Improve it with n macadam surface as stun as possible It ls be lieved that this plan can be carried out 1so tint motorists will be able to travelI over a continuous stretch of fairly good roads by the middle of the com hag summer It Is suggested that the dirt roads which must bo included lIn the highway be kept in condition byl using split log drags similar to the one devised by D Ward King pf Missouri Tho farmers of Georgia are Just as ell- thuslnstlc over the plan as the auto moblllsts of the sta- teChild i r Cry FOR FLE HERS CAS QRAI 1 r YMfM M AerVrO Marnl1n r M g MVaba b lV 7 The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company = cCC == C= h == =JJ F BEARD IDIRECTORS PresidentCapital 50000Morris Eskridgc MH BEARD Surplus and UnaG W Beard CashieiDS Richardson 181101d 1 IVIded Profits DrI A M Kincholoo1 I PAUL COMPTON V Robertson Assistant Cashier 11 o0UCF Beard Pays 3ji r cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the Jst banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed jT bank can afford to pay 2 l 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I JII for anything in the line of I IILetterHeads Note HeadsII IBill Heads Book WorkIIEnvelopes Folders Pam phIitlets Circular Letters PosII ters all sizes and stylesII Sale Bills Visitingi i CardsII Wedding Invitations ProIgrammes etc ect I II I IIPrices always as reasonable as is consistent II- i with firstclass work and Material i 4 w I 11The Breckenridge News I I Cloverport Kentucky III Iis nrmi i i i nnmnrrrnmnnnnnr 8 IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED I D- EI The American Farm Review and B Digest of the Agricultural Press B BItIt contains not only what the 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notify us fy When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address t EIGHT PAGESi jr + j CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1909 Politics is warming up some j Everybody wondering what the Republicans arc going to do j i Nat TaulI was the first man on this market with ripe peaches 1 I I I r They are fine I J JDaoHenry says he is in the race for Representative on the Re fe t publican ticket t 0 f An oldtime Democratic Mass Convention makes the boys standl jr up and say something The Kansas wheat crop is estimated at 65000000 bushels TheI I yield per acre is from eight to twelve bushels t ttt Well now confetti is a real jolly thing to handle It puts now life into old bones and brings back that young feeling i3 m tTT Say have you noticed the llabel our paper Does it expire in JuneI 1 If it does you had better renew if you dont want iit stoppedetWhatis the matter with the Hon D C Moorman for the Senate I i or the Legislature If you can get the old man harnessed up he will1 fEimake things hum tJ JThere never was a more universal feeling for one man to make ii- J a J J race for a county office than there is for Vic Robertson Ho surely r has things going Ins way There are two other men that the Democrats will make no mis take in nominating Charley Lightfoot for Sheriff and V G Bab t bage for County Attorney 4 Ed Gregory showed the News a tine sample of Irish potatoes grown on Fishers lot Tho yield he says is very much better tha JI t he expected If potatoes yield this year in proportion to the vines c rftthocrop will bo immense 1jThati fugue natural gas light is a good one Every street in this 11 town ought to ho lighted with them They will not only give now lighti but now lifo to the old town Wake up gentlemen of the city 1 counoil tend turn on tho light i J f icl tTh people are going to have their say in the nominations for tho 1 county offices They are going to demand that good men honorable lmen and men who are qualified to fill the ofilces be nominated And i tho party that puts up the cleanest men is going to get tho votes J JArood Democrat from Custer in speaking of Vic Robertson for County Clerk said There is not a nicer cleaner man in Brccken ridge county laid everybody in our section is for him In fact theI News dont hear anything but what is favorable to his nomination Newspapers are town builders town advertisers fortune makers Tows disseminators and sermon deliverers a necessity not a luxury The must bo given the proper support and be maintained Without them your town would retrograde Dont patronize them from a charitable standpoint patronize them because they deliver the goods that is if they are the right kindtl VICTORIA 1 C C Applcgate of Owcnsboro was here Thursday Mr and Mrs Fred Matthews spent Sunday with his brother Mr Jesse CabotfMrs Bridget McGovcrn In Sick Several from here attended the Sunny South show at Cloverport Monday night Win McGovern was a guest of Samuel Mtiffett of Tar Fork Sunday The latter has been Indisposed for several days Mrs Hannah Burk spent Tuesday with Mrs Wm McGovern Mrs Dock Lain and son Charles and wife of Panther Creek and Mr and Mrs G Snyder and granddaugh ter Miss Ethel Snyder were plc visitors at the home of Mr and Mr Horace Lain Sunday Mr and Mrs Ben Brown and child ren spent Sunday with Mrc and Mrs Geo Beattv at Hickory Lick Misses Maude Shore and Clara and Susie Brown were guests of the Misses McGovern Sunday jr Why dont ymiXelight the housewife by furn tine her pure and wholesome Rom Your grocer keeps it Its the Eewisport pour Mr and Mrs John Jones of Honey Locust Mr and Mrs Patric Ryan Mrs Glllians and little daughter Jessie and Mrs Caroline Ryan and daughter Miss Ellen and Miss Od Cartwright dined with Mr and Mrs John Ryan Sunday Mrs Wm Mullen of Cloverport ii- a isI guest of Mrs John Ryan Several from here attended the Sunday School Convention at Plsgah Sunday Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as thty cannot reach the diseased portion of the bar Thcrots only one way to cure deafness and that Is by con stitutional remedies Deafness Is caused b Van Inflamed condition of the mucous lining f the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is In flamed you have II rumbl1DIt sound or Imper tact hearing and when It Is entirely closed neatness Is the result and unless tholullam tnatlon can bo taken out and this tube re stored to Its normal ron jtin hearing willu bo destroyed for ver notecases outof tenure caused by Catarrlijftflcli Is nothing but a surfnCnes Wo will giro GfXo Hundred Dollars for any cast of DeafofKsl aused by catarrh that can nof be curl uy Halls Catarrh Cure Send fo elr ulursjfeo FJ OHENEVCO S l 1 1Toledoi Q t DUKESJI 1 Mrs Leona Campbell is impr- ovlngjrnpidlyPf Little Roscoe Reardon is iIIiS Mrs Isaac Stow jafmprovingi J Why dont yotyrelight the housewife e by furnishingjMfr pure and wholesome lour Y grocer Keeps it Its the Lewispor our Mrs Ella Foster and children Floydt and Ruth returned to their home at Owensboro Sunday after a two weeks visit with relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Chas Gilmore of Whitesville spent Saturday and Sunday with Chas Campbell and family Mr and Mrs Will Clark and daufch er Lelia and Horace Clark of Phil pot wero the guests of J H Bashani Saturday and Sunday Mrs Eulah Milburn and baby visited relatives at Patesville Saturday and Sunday Eddie Powers spent Sunday with friends at Pellville Mrs Ellen Basham and children Hilous and Louisw spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs Hertha Harris of Whitesville The infant child of Mr and Mrs Lud Bowlds Is very sick Mr and Mrs R Sapp spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Isaac Stow Miss Mary Davis of Midway spent Sunday with Miss Jessie Wheatley Miss Senada Powers and brothers Alex and Everett attended the Sunny South show nt Cloverport metsMrs Finis Basham and children of Marshall Ark are visiting relatives at this place Miss Tula Lamb of Tobinsport Ind was the guest of her cousin Mrs Ver non Milburn Saturday Most dilfigUrnR kits eruptions scro fula pimples jWsWjspatc are due to impure blood 4dd k Blood Bitters is a cleansing bloopXlonic Makes you cleareyed clime rained clearskinned PISGAH aMr V G Babbage of Cloverportj was at Pisgah church Sunday and de livered a nice and interesting talk to the Sunday School He was Invited to cull again sometime this summer and attend a basket dinner Mr and Mrs Herbert Tiuius spent Sunday with Mrs Lucy Rice Mrs Nancy Pates funeral will be preached July 4 at Pisgah church Mrs Lucy Rice sold Capt Rowland ia fine buggy horse Miss Helen Miller is the guest of hiss Latitia Rie this week Miss Nola Taul was the guest of MIss Lena Rice Sunday Miss Louise Rice three years old will sing at her Sunday School the song en titled U He Lived For Men Bishop Rice was in Hardinsburg Sat ur nyWhy dontydu delight the houser wife by urnlshlng her pure and wholprfume Hour Your grocer keeps i Xits the Lewisport Hour Miss Nell Brown was at Iiggau Sun say OHM d V pCryFOR lECII S CAS RIA TARFORK Ed Hook and little son Jimmie wore Hardinsburg Saturday Ivan Bates and Ernest lace attended the boat show at Cloverpot Monday night Mrs Mildred Newton of near Whites ville is visiting her son Virge Newton Mrs Malinda Barrett has returned to her home near Cabot after visiting her brother James Chancellor and othe r relatives I c FRANK UARDEE BALL + I IB G BALL Mgr MILFORD i BALL FRANK Livery Feed and Sale Stable I Hardinsburg Kentucky Special Attention Given to Traveling Men Bus Meets nll Trains Cumberland Telephone No4 1 IIGeaeral Transfer Business First Class Rigs at all Hoursyy Miss Maggie Beaviu of Louisville is visiting friens and relatives N B Mice was visiting Mr and Mrs Tom Ryan and Mi and Mrs Nat New mnn of Pisgah Sunday and Monday Mr Frank Wilson and Miss Myrtle Bland both of McQumly went to Har dinsburg Thursday night and were quietly married by Rev Arthur Mather They were accompanied by Miss Lillian Wilson and Mr Garfield Rogers Why dont ou delightt4ihe house wife by furnishing heLplTre and whole some flour Ydursiqcer keeps it Its the Lewisport ilour Louisville Market Report Louisville June 22Wheat No2 red 150 Corn 78 cents Oats 02 cents Eggs steady at 8y and 10 cents Cattle Shipping steers 5 Q 0 25 Beef Steers 350 and 5755 fat heifers 3sO and 550 choice Milch cows 35 and 42 best calves OJf and 6f cents Hogs top 790 best lambs 8 and 8XV cents PoultryHens 11 Yi cents per pound roosters 6c young chickens 19 and 22 c ducks 8c geese 5C turkeys 11 and 12 cents Good deal of wheat harvested in this section last week Farmers are looking for a yield of lo to 15 bushels Some crops very few will go to the 20 bushel mark So sales reported The price it is thought will be around 100 and 110 Election of Teachers The school low fixes the last Satur day in June as the time for the Division Boards to meet to elect teachers for the various subdistricts The time and place is selected by each chairman for his district A majority of the mem bers of a Division Board is necessary for the election of any teacher for serv ice in any subdistrict Contracts for the service of all teachers shall be in writing signed in duplicate by the teacher and by the chairman and secretary of the Division Board in which the teacher is employed First divisionHardinsburg 130 p m Second division Cloverport 1 p m Third divisionUnIon Star 10 a m Fourth division Rpsetta 10 a no Fifth division Antioch 130 pm Sixth divisionGlendeane 130 p m Each trustee will be on hands promptly so as to participate in the election of teachers on Saturday June 26 at tree hour named for his division- I quote from Supt Allen of Daviess county who in publishing information for his teachers says These meetings will be private It is generally sup u ipi1 r no legal requirement for this l Our meetings can be private or pub tic as each board determines after it meets r ROAD DRAG PARADE Novel Movement at Sturgeon Mo For Good Highways A road drag parade half a mile In length attracted a crowd of people totSturgeon Mo the other day and un doubtedly converted many who will 1 take up the work In the fu uroj i The parade was headed by the Sturff geon band In carriages were the ofll cers of the Brotherhood of Road Drag gers and then followed the drags which were furnished by tim farmers living near town At the end of tin procession an automobile owned bv G A Pollard carried n drag and this feature was liberally applauded along the line of march Sturgeon is trying to sustain her rep utatlou of having the best dirt roads 1 of any city In the state and the road dreg Is doing the work Irrigation and Good Road- sJ C Osgood honorary vice president for Colorado of the seventeenth na tional irrigation congress which will meet at Spokane Wash Aug 9 re cently wrote a letter to the secretary of the board of control In which among other things be said- I think a good roads convention would add greatly to the Interest of the coming congress but I go further than wanting merely good roads I want the very best roads and I be lieve that the people of the Irrigation states have a claim on the government for large expenditures In the building of the principal roads through thof mountainous and sparsely settled sec tions of the country equal In character to the best roads of France Eng land and Germany J r Good Move of Rural Mail Carriers An effort 1Isbelligl madetdsdlzog- ood roads clubs In every county In Georgia By common consent the ru ral mall carriers of whom there are about 1000 In the state are taking the lead in the agitation and forming thesnucleus for the thoroughly perfected state organization which Is nlrjwl nt Value of Good Roads to Farms It has been said that good roads lead from good farms to good towns U and it seems a direct way of stating the fact Wherever there are good roads leading Into a town that town is Invariably an active and up to date business community Whenever good roads run through a farming region the farms ore found well kept the houses bright and in good repair nnd + the outbuildings show nn air of snug jomfort and prosperity l rtAiWN I W MIUA Y tfUM tIt W I Alexanders Great June Clearance SaleI f f Dont miss it These prices are strictly for Cash or Produce I t Lawns This Sale is for Three Days OnlyThursday Friday and Satur Shoes 50 pieces Lawn worth lOcperandLow Cuts tII yard 7i4G day June 24 25 and 26Inthissale25percent off of reg ISc Lawns per yard lOc ular pricesyy r 5c Lawns per yard34c 15 per cent off on all other Shoes I lOc Dress Ginghams per yard 6c Skirts Lace Curtains3GO Pants goatJP 275 Linen worth 75c sale price Sgc in this sale tj1tr 1 lot Suspenders worth 25c 400 Pants go tyf 298 Linen worth 50c sale price 300 i r l t sale price llicLadies Skirts worth 500 i lot Lace Curtains 3 yards I lot Boysb duroy Pants all Dress LinensIndia Linen lp I betts Heavy Sox worth lUc sale price 375 long and 64 inches wide t siz T worth BOc sale 10c India Linens sale1 I Jjifice 35c pr ce11Ic1 1saleI price 0 jc Skirts worth 050 sale price 450 worth 150 saleI priceI100 Linen Sheeting 2 yds wide12j4a India Linens saleI priceI lOc t Ladies Black Hose worth lOcLinenWindow ShadesI 0 feetChildrens Suitswt 1 sale price SacpriceSkirts worth 750 sale price 12c f 4 pairs for 250 550long worth 26c go iin Handkerchief Linenworth TSc 1 lot Childrens Hose worthLadles Linen Suits worth 5 this sale nt 1 Suits worth 150 sale price 100 sale prjca bye cAl intopGoods reduced in 150 r rt 15C silo price lOc thingPLadlese rice price 108 Handkerchief Linen worthp J lot Lace at Ic a yard Ask to seefHats I price 2 9850c sale price 30cut lBig reduction in Cloth11 All Handkerchief Linen worthC sale price 208 Monarch Shirts made by Cluett 2s per cent reduction on Ladies new spring styljsLadles Muslin30C sale price 33C Peabody Co regular1 l Trimmed Hats in this sale You Martin 350 Handkerchief Linen worthR 1 sale price 5 saleijc7S and 8 Suitsi i 575 Wears31h 2Sc saleI priceI IOcforce r will save big money by buying our10c Mattings in this H 2 75- w t 11000 Suits 750 GOc Gowns saleI I l t OSutll sale price 150e0c Naltlng in this sale15c 1750 1500 Suits Suits 10 1250Is 50UnderskirtUnderskirt sale price 9redo BrownpriceVoile75c 2 Gallon Galvanized Bucket lOc w 11lot Mens Hats worth 12s 850 Mattingsi Iin this1 i sale 20c Ladies Drawers worth 25c 36 inch Mohair solid and fancy SpecialsI for Saturday June 26 sale price 89 Odd Pants sale price tOe colors worth 50c sale from 9 to 10 oclock Hot Boys Hats worth 100 Carpets30c20 poundsStandardGranulated 48 IfOOPants go at 110 Table Linens Black Gray and Blue DressSsale price JCarpets worth 350 In tins sale 25c 250 Pants boat108 Goods 42 inches wide ugar ffor 100rw w AllI Straw Hats 13 off regularI price4cJ Carpets in this salet jOc 3 OOllansgoa t3n Linen worth Si saleI priceI 70c worth 1 sale1 pikei 83c From 10 to 11 j CorsetsMasonsQuart Fruit JarS 30c Onehalf Gallon Fruit Jars 58c 1f American Beauty Corsess Quart Tin Cans S3 cents a dozen t 144 sizes and styles allEd F Alexander Irvington Ky Do not foil to see the bargains loo 1l lOl sale price numerous to mention oil my 10 cent fodJ Corsets in this sale 890 counter t4 nP 1 lJll- T J 0 + rd ildrk Ws Tu 1 i 1 Yn a n A Reliablei Remedy J UCSCT MAU Gives Relief at Onco gAArjyFJf1 Itclennses soothes LYFEVER heals tbotlisensec andirot btsOPTbrono rcsulluig from p Catarrh and dtces005aw-ay n rti iq iho Ntwroac Headickly Senses Itc of HAY FLVER Swell Full size uO eta atDrujr Plio mail In HquLl form 75 cents l CO Warren Street Now York + r She Breckenridge News P1i i1 WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1900 i rAnnourcemcnl For State Senator W authorized to nnnounco II W Owen nominaiitjfrtiil District subject to tho action of tlio OcmocriUlc party r VluMta auteorlrud to imnonnco Hoy J ColtI oft Howloyvlllo district us u candldute for t1ilr County Court Clerk of llreckonrldiro county j ilHiJ ftto the action of the Republican party PERSONAL j t t AND LOCAL I Pickled port HJt Sawyers Dr Bush wHMe in Irvington July 12IDo not mlssie great shoe sale at j Sippels js Argo salmon u cents at Sawyers Mrs Joe Fa Ion left yesterday fo Hawesville i Mrs Ryan has returned home fro Louisville Master Mechanic P D Plank Is i Atlantic City Mrs Ed McAfee of Irvington was r weekrF Is the guest of the 1 Visit Cree English Tea Room while iin LoutsvlIb k Mrs Frank Fraize has return- edIlhome from Louisville Just try oneSat Em Sayso Cones at Drowns Confectioner Rare bargaNat Sippels during the great im sale Water melons Vine apples oranges and bananas at Jjfcyers Miss Mamie Gardner of St Louis is the guest of Mrs Fallon 1 Browns ConfAtAlonery the coolest and cleanest plaln the city Shoes positive at cost for the next thirty days BuowSippelC- ooltj off witnVa Sayso Ice Cream t Cone at Thrown confectionery I Miss Jennie Mabel Harris has re turned home from Morganfield t Post card pictures of the Kicking Post are for sale at Brabandts V Miss Lizzie Skillman and Miss Willis went to Louisville Thursday Mr Logan Murray and daughters were guests of relatives here Sunday Misses Florence and Addle Fair lleigh are visiting Mrs J D Babbage i John Bell of Jasper Ind was the 5 guest of Miss Hazel Holder lastweek Mrs Harry Morrison and children J are visiting relatives in New Albany Jnd y J1 fMiSS Mary Gibson of Holt is the i lJjfguest of her aunt Mrs Chas Ram rrwn txr Delicious buucyt luncheons served Vat Crees Englisn Tea Room Louisville f 1Mrand Mrs Barry Mrs Rice and frs Jordan spent last Friday at Tar il Springs Gen Murray and Dr Mather were tlief guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry t S iriday r Mrs John Morton has sold her farm near town to her brother Thos 9 Triplett 5 Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday Mr Joe Piggott was the guest pf ltrand Mrs J D Babbage during tlie Street Fair iris Geo Delker and son John of Owensboro are the guests of Mrs D Stewart Miller v Mr and Mrs Joe Robertson of Nashville Tenn are visiting Mrs Henry Wendelken Mr and MrsW C Taul and child of Waynoal Okla came in Thurs day to t relatives 1y qson 8c Calhoon dentists office dmistalrs 216 Fourth street bothv Owensboro Ky ynoJea r say consumption can be 1 1c ed Nature alorfe wont I do it it needs jid41p I is the bort help but its use must fee continued in summer wellas winter 1J i ife It In ft Httia cold mllle or water tjIf C small bottle now All DrufiSWI t 1 1 t t Miss Pearl Benham Is visiting her BarryMrsand daughter Maydee are spending this week with relatives In Owensboro Mrs Chaffln and children of Can nelton Ind are visiting her sister Mrs Springer at Sample Mr and Mrs Geo Reese 6f Pine vllle were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Cordery last week Mrs Frank Carder of Hawesvlllc went to Ashland Ky Monday to visit her son Gulley Carder C P llmonds of Louisville was visiting his sister Mrs Ernest Rob ertson at Glendeane Sunday Mh1 B Hunter of Glendeane and Miss Cilia Owen of Florida are the guests of Dr and Mrs Owen Miss Eva McGlothlan who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs James Younger returned home Tuesday Mrs Eliza Taylor of Custer and Mrs Amelia Cummlngsof California are the guests of Mrs II V Duncan Mrs N D Howard of St Louis and Mrs Livina Cissel of Boonville Ind are visiting Mrs L B Perkins Order a quar o more of Ice cream sentto your honll from Browns Con fectionery It ulcomeI well packed I Miss Lucile Hardin of Holt has been visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs J H McGavock near townI Mrs George Zimmerman and 11lssI Carr of Cannelton were guests of Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith lastIweek rGo to Cree for Vantines and Mullanes cele ated candies Mr I mallmorder daughternMargaret of Toledo Ohio are visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs W H BowmerMrs i I O R Tousey and children who have been visiting her fatherin law Mr Thos Touseyreturned home MondayMrs Austin Popham of Union town and Miss OBrien of Mooley vllle have been the guests of IrsII Mike Popham Mrs Geo Lyddan and Mrs Tairott of Sumpter South Carolina were the guests of Mrs W J Piggott at Irv I Ington Sunday A chance givftn free for a fivcIJ pound box of Mul nes best candy at Crees Tea Room uX Louisville everyII week Try your chEd Whitehead has completed the brick work on Dr Moremens store house at Irvington He has the con tract for plastering also Oh boys do yoV jvant to know how to get solid wltnr you sweetheart a Make a noise Ilk Sayso Ice Cream Cone at Browns on e tlonery Mrs Jas G Stephens of Louisville and her son Minor of Lakland Florida joined the house party of Mrs Burks at Addison MondayII Miss Lydia Goering of Hawesvllle Roy Moorman and Tom Moore ofe Hardinsburg were guests of Miss a Mayme DeHaven during the Carnltt val You doo have to go away from home tpget your dental work done See Br Bush Dentist at Cloverport ey ry Monday and Tuesday except Ie 4th MondaycT Virgil Babbage and Miss Margaret Burn left yesterday to attend the Epworth League Conference at i Leitchfield They were selected as t delegates from the Cloverport Chap terMessrs Sam Marshall Finley Mill er and Jeff Dillion of Hardinsburg Misses Esther Rosenblatt Lill Lebo vitz Myrtle Glllens Cora Moore and Mrs Carr of Hawesville attended the Carnival Mr Julius Dutschke of Holt returned from a visit to Hardin County monday He reports a fine apple crop on his place and that he hasnn sold his early apples for 115 per barrel on the treesjj HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES St Augustlnes Catholic Church Pic nlc Reed Ky July 3rd 1909 j 175 Cloverport to Reed and return July 3rd on account of the above oc casion Tickets will be sold for No 141 aswell as for No 147 Albo No 144 will stop to take on board passen i gers holdipg tickets for the return trip Regular Homeseekers excursions to III the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and II Owensboro Negro Chautauqua July 172324 1000 155 round trip from Cloverport good to return three days from date of salett Until further notice wo 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson fortj t connection with L and N train No 71 l which is due at Henderson 636 p in 2 00 Cloverptju to Evansville and return June 21 J and 23 good return lug June 24 onracXount of Llederkranz I V tannerchoruh j Lf oi r d STEPHPNSPORT tY fi Vk + U = JitMrs II u Flock On Thursday evening the spirit of Grandmother Ploch winged Us flight up to the City of God Grand iiothtr was a noble woman indeed She was a de voted Christian always had a word for her Master Before mriageshe was a Miss Katherine Lamer She was 88 DccfmberIlearned knitting as a Irde in GeN many She has knit one hundred and Why dont you jjelffcht the housewife by furnishing her pure and wholesome Roust jlour grocer keeps it Its the Lewlspott flour Mrs Jane Brooks has been sick for several days- Herman Lay left Friday fur his home la Norfork Va Dick Owen of Lewisporl was in town last week Mrs P M Nevitt and children spent the day in Irvington Saturday- Dr P H Nevitt was in Loulsvillj last week Miss Hardin uf Lodibufg was the of Miss olmu Iny last week Mrs J 13 Moigiiu spent u few days in the country last week the guest of mother Mrs Anna Dieeknmn Pony and Surrey I Mss Jane Lightfoot the atti active I little daughter of Dj and Mrs Forest Lightfoot has just recently been given pony and surrey She is delighted with the turnout aud is sliest unselfish with it among her playmates New Livery Stable Ball Frank have opened up a livery stable in Hardmsburg It newI clUed opposite Hooks mill They splendid outfit of new rigs and good j horses and the traveler can be accom j helwantsii and knows how to serve the public J I Good Roads Prescription At a recent mooting of the highway and rood supervisors of Baltimore county Md Dr Charles L Mattfehlt one of the highway commis stoners wrote the following prescrlp tlon for good roads Goodstone On good grades Over rood base Dfy aid well packed Rolled and rolled Oiled or tarred And properly drained Dustless and waterproof Success will follow It will be noticed that the letters forming tine beginning of each lino spell good roads 17aI I fifty two bed spr as ad no record has been kept of the shawls gloves hoods kits rocks hose underwear Jackets suspenders tidya and laces The chil dren from a distance who attended her funeral wen Mrs Smith Black and sn John of Irvine Ky Mrs Kate I Cleurwater of Tell City two grand daughters of Louisville Mrs Fred Pfaumiller and Mrs Chas Murphy Ed Atkinson is improving after several dnyt illness Mis Godfrey Haswell and daughter of Hardinsburg were guests of her paient Mr anti Mrs Geo McCubbins llfiflt week Mrs W J Schopp and little neice Miss Sadie Cohan spent the day Sun day at Lodiburg JiMr E A Blaine has returned home from Ilorida Forest and Oscar Blaine were in town last week I Will Mitchel of Holt was the guest J ogMiss E thir Payne Sunday evening dohn Adair the little son of Mr and i Mrs Atkinson is very sick at this riting JT The Man You Are Looking for for County Court Clerk Highway Maintaining Scheme Many nllIlI highways are kneel with clu rry trees When the fruit Is ripe It s cathored and sold and the proceeds go to the fund for maintain ins the hlphiivs =IICS1E1KSlfE1 =I J WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME H The Only Jar in the World y- U Nothat uses No g M WRubberRingOassay Rubber Rings H J oMeatsMeatsmany Advanb J Vegetables tagCS- ggjH H Fruits No Rubber Ring to H+ become porous leak air tcj TRY A DOZEN TODAY taint and spoil contents H H Wide mouth for whole fruits and vegetables Straight sides for tall fruit and vegetables smooth edges no scratched Qj lnlr andHttw tt poisetgill No vegetablesvi nEconomyW I n yHr CLOVERPORT KY b WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME + cr fo b j WiritsFOR M + J thNewsness v residenceTown and depot Apply at the Nowiofllce FOR SALE Oil SALEOnopnlrormoreof Red Foxe- J N CHANCELLOR Tar Fork Ky JATER and cooker combined stove for bale at News olllco I lit SALE Scholarship in Bowling Green University Rowing Green Ky IJrcck- enrldlo News OR SALEOno black inure 7 years old sound und gentle Rood family maro liar tutu KdAuisson Stepliunsport Ky A Gold Road I 1 At Orovlllo In Butte county Cal a section of roadway has been found so rich In placer gold that nn nppllcati ni hns been made for permission to dredge It The miner who makes the application to the authorities agreed according to newspaper reports to replace the road by one fully as good as or bettor than the present one It would seem however that If the city owns a gold mine It would pity better to work it and get the money for the city trees ury Net many cities In the country Olln bctnsl cf paying gold deposits In the public streets and there Is proba tly n dearth of precedents to guide the city council In Its action Automobiles to Haul Road Drags At SnllMn Nan nn effort K being made to Iniu P each automobollst to drag fcvcnlI miles cf rond after eaah rain The theory Is that the lire of the drag liccs tho oarh on the crown n the road wh ere It dig s and hanltMi After iiiiothi rraln a repetition of ihe dragging entries en more earth whTch In turn bnrdens nil nftr a few such applications of the drag Ithere Is a lon siderable hardened surface to the road which docs not easily disintegrate Th employmeqt of the motor car to the drag would demonstrate n hitherto unemployed utility of the machine Ch tCn Cry FOR F ETCHERSC C S1 ORIA I Irn=I fBfrI ii es5 Gahc 7di 76 C A ls bS Ctre tltsA A tsSsiln Osr s ts A tst b IB b Where Will You Celebrate it I Tho occasion of our Nations Birthday will be appropriately observed by the citizens oftt CANNELTON INDIANA Ib ONII ISalurday July1m Canneltoiis reputation as a picnic center will bo up to the standard on this o The citizens have united in tho arrangement for this day and therell bo cusionII f lacking in a good time for all who atte- ndATTRACTIONS OF ALL KINDS loIhInve boon assured to entertain our visitors throughout the day Music Datluinrri froshmonts D pfior and Supper will be on tho grounds at Wlttmors Avenue Garden whernr tho Impienie1 wilUWHiold Make your arrangements to spend tho 3rd in CannoltontFare from Hawesville tOe Round Trip isjf For any information write IraOS J TRUEHPY Chmn Ex Com CHAS T MILLER Sec f m S S YOUIYourself to IIHave if your Trouble You IIEyes Tested FREE-s Glasses Guaranteed vers Drug Co 4T BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Om Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative hnoSmall accounts receive the sumo careful attention as elarger ones and we appre ciate your Jnlsiness and in fluenco jtK ntorest paid oneTime Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVE IORT KY r r FOR SALE comI bined corner First and HlphSts Cloverport Ky Cistern base buildingWillfor dwelling house in ttWill rport ROBERTS Hardinsburg KySS J1 x VE EXPENSES and tvrl r oho uimr S R ArL kisson atitor and ho will colno and drU ALNWORK 4 yourteat5 B ADKISSONV + x tk MM MAIM 14 N1A 1 f of Read Potty of the yr Circus Its Fine f 1 1gee v- BY V MARGARET N1AYO tOPYRIGI1T1908 BYDODD MEAD AND COMPANY CHAPTER VI I HEX John Douglas undo of IW fared to educate his nephew for the ministry the boy wna less enthusiastic than his mother He did not remonstrate however for It had been the custom os generations for nt least one son of each Douglas fnilly to preach the gospell t tofi Calvinism and his fathers cares as nn archlect anti landscape gardener had not let him much capital 1 Douglass vmlor had been recognize- as nn artist by tho few who under q smalq1 houses In tho little business towns of 1 the middle west and at last he passed tiwny leaving his son only the burdenl t Qf l jlmmcM failure and an ardent iUgUo to Succeed at the profcssjpirjii 14 which uls father jiniifnredso badly Thc hopeless defeated look on the de partcd jnatj face had always haunted t boy who was nrtist enough to feel tile fathers genius Intuitively and j 1 human enough to resent the injusti of his fate- Douglas mother linil suffered BO f much because of the Impractical ef 4 1 forts of her husband tint she discour aged tho early terrirn Irs of the sun toward drawing iid tnnthematlcs and tried to dlfw t his th uit toward 1 1creeds and Ulble hlftry 11r n he iJ went nwuy for li i I t curst she was lose in Ir e i i 111 n iid In wus able to stt111 liji foM hbl a til- IctlCS tO dCV tc lto i jt I SKUt his vacations in i ohig IPy be tore a drav ngo t q of jn dlstlngulthea rmMlf T1 fiitluV friend oatwDouglas was not a bil iit divinity t student and he v j ivli vcd ut last Vfien ho iYielvr11 ifI i VT hi theol ogy and found hlatstif npiuiuHd to n small church In theI irUdlc vret it i His step was vry brltrht the morning first went up the path that led to new home Ills artistic sense was 1 1he by the picturesque approach f tho church and parsonage The toward the tree encircled spire was unobstructed for the church had been built on the outskirts of the town to allow for n growth that had not 4materialized lIe threw up his head tuulgazed at the blue hills with their of soft slow moving Iiibacltground smell of tho fresh earth the bursting of the buds the forming jot new life set him thrilling with n joy that wiTs very near to paint Ho stopped halfway up the path and considered the advantages of a new front to the narrow caved cot tage and when his foot touched the first step of the vine covered porch he was far more concerned about a new portico than with any thought of his first sermon His speculations were abruptly cut short by handy who bustled out of the door with a wide smile of welcome on her black face and nn unmistakable ambition to take him immediately under her motherly wing She was much concerned because time church people bad not met the new pastor at the sta tion and brought him to the house Upon learning that Douglas had pur posely avoided their escort preferring to come to his new homo the first time tralone she outdo up her mind that she was going to like him Mnndy hnd long been a fixture In the J I parsonage Sho rued her worse halt f Hasty Jones had come to know rind t discuss tho weaknesses of the many iI goneIdeacons ongr Individually and collectively She con i flied to Hasty that sho didnt blame de now parson for not wnntln to mix i t up wid dot Ill crowd In the study that night when she old Hasty helped Douglas to unpack his many bores of books they were ns eager as children about time drawings and pictures which ho showed them l 4Illsmind had gone beyond time parson age front now and ho described to g p oxpf l Handy felt herself almost nn artist when sho and Musty bade the pastor good night for sho was still quivering j from the contagion ofDoiigTasi eiithu Blasm Here at last was a master Who cgjjld ag something besides find fault with her I I jest wan to be on de grown do firs tlmo tInt Mars Douglas and dat ere Deacon Strong clinches she said to Hasty us they locked tho doors and turned out the hall light Did you whisperedrHo look laughln enough now but Jes you wait till he donosot sat ere Jaw o hlsn and dar aint nobody whats goln tor unsot It Maybe dar aint goln tel bo no 0 cllnchln said Hasty hoping for Many Lrrk dys assurance to the contrary i jW1t shrieked Mandy AVid dat ero shcakln Widow Wllloughby al t ready atellln de deacons tow tor start1r de new parson ngoin propel kI 4 Now why youso always apicklr1 dot ere widow asked Hasty al + i relay enjoying the explosion which he know hIs defense of the widow was surfs to excite r ahdon llo no woman whats allus braggln bout her clean floors an Iw red Mandy shortly Sho turned out the last HeJit and tiptoed upstairs t ite trying not to disturb the pastor John Douglns was busy already with pencil and paper making notes of the plans for the church und parsonage which he would perfect later or Alas for Douglns day dreams It was not many weeks before ho understqoc deaconsfwere far too dull and uninspired to share his faith In beauty as an aid to mans spiritual uplift We think weve lone pretty well by this church said Deacon Strong who politicaldboss and tits small towns affairs Just you worry 1along with the prcachln young man and well attend to the buyln and bulldin operations Douglas mind was too active to con ltent Itself wholly with the writing ol sermons and tho routine of formal pos toifiLjrS1j JlS waste Je 1 hutnnnl tarlan uw little by Title lie came to be Interested In the heart stories and disappointments of many of the vii logo unfortunates some of whom were outside his congregation Time men neededceWords of hope and courage more titan Iry talks on theology found In him nn ever ready friend and adviser and these came to love and depend on him But he was never popular with the creed bound element of the church Mandy hud her wish about being on the spot the first tine that the parsons Jaw squared Itself at Deacon Strong The deacon had called at the parson age to demand that Douglas put a stop to the boys playing baseball In the ad lolnlng lot on Sunday Douglas had been nb tsee the deacons point of view lie declared that baseball was a healthy and harmless form of exercise that the air was meant to bo breathed and that the boys who enjoyed the game on Sunday wore grin cipally those who were kept Indoors by work on other days The close of the Interview was unsatisfactory both to Douglas and time deacon Doy kinder made mo cold an prickly all up nn down de back Mandy said later when she described their talk to Hasty Dat ere deacon don know imlfln bout glttln roun dc parson She tossed her head with n feeling of superiority She knew the way Make him forget himself with u laugh Excito his sympathy with some village underdog CHAPTER VII had secretly enjoyed the IMrDY cruised by the lit circus rider being left In parsonage at first lie cause of her Inborn love of mischief and later because Polly had Become second in her heart only to the pastor She went about her work crooning softly during the days of Pollys con valescence The deep steady voice of the pastor reading aloud In the pretty window overhead was company She would often climb the stairs to tell them some bit of village gossip and leave them laughing at a quaint copy ment about some Inquisitive sister of the church who hind happened to Incur her displeasuresAs spring cline on Douglas carried Polly down to the sunlit garden beneath the window and Mandy fluttered about arranging the cushions with motherly solicitude More days slipped by and Polly began to creep through the little soft leaved trees at the back of the church and to look for the loch blue sweet scented violets When she was able Dongliw took her with him to visit some of the outlying houses of the poor He womans Instinct was quick to perceive ninny email needs In thick live that he hud overlooked and to suggest simple Inexpensive joys that mido thorn her devoted frlomls Their ovoiiliiirs were divide between making plans for these unfortunntcr and reading aloud front time Hlblc or other hooks When Polly gained courage Douglns sometimes persuaded her to read to him and the little correctlons that he made at these times soon became noticeable In her manner of speech Sho was so eager so starved for knowlcdgq that sit drank itns fast as he coufd glvTIt U was during Mandygenerallyunfinished sewing still in her lap When n letter tame from Jim and Toby It was always shared equally by Mandy anti Hnty Polly and the pas tor Hut at last n letter came from Jim only and Douglas who was asked to read It faltered and stopped after tho first few words Its no use my tryln to keep It from you any longer Poll the letter began We aint got Toby with us no more Ho didnt have no accident It wasnt that He Just seemed kinder sick an nllln lilts ever since tho night wo lad to leave you behind I used to get him warm drinks nn things an try to pull him through but ho was nlwayn achlllln and aachln If It wasnt one thing It was another I done nIl 1 knowed youd a wanted mo to an the rest of the folks was mighty white to him too I guess they kinder fell how lonesome ho was lIe couldnt get no more laughs In the show so Barke Vad in nut nn nnnthar man with Mm t W I u ENTREAT JfE NOT TO LEAVE TllEE HE lEAD That kinder hurt him too I spose an showed him the way that things was agoln It was Just after that he wrote the parson atellln him to never let you come back He seemed to a got an Idee in his lend that you was happier where you was Ho wouldnt let me tell you bout his teeth rocky cause lie thought It might mebbe 1 Asifprlnil came on Dnnalus carried Polly down to the sunlit yardm make you come back Shes dlffrunt from us he was callus asayln I never spected to keep or Douglas stopped Polly was waiting her face white and drawn IIe had not told her of Tobys letter because with It had come n request to say nothln tel the kid He felt that Polly was controlling herself with nu effort until he should reach the end of Jims letter so he hurried on The parsons pcomlse didnt get to him none too quick he rend That oeemed to be what he was wnltln for He glvo up the night it come an 1 rot him a little room In a hotel after the show an let one of the other fel hers get tilt stuff out o towns sos I could stay with him up to time finish It come round mornln Thero wasnt much to itle Just seemed tired an peacefulllko Im glad he wrote what he dldr ho said meaniu the parson She knows she allus knows ho whis pered meanin you Poll an then he was on his way Hed already give me what was saved up for you an Im sendin it along with this A blue money order for 250 had flat tered froift the envelope when Douglas opened It 1 got everything ready afore 1 wont on the next day an 1 went up an saw the little spot on the hill where they was goln to stow him It looked kinder nice an the diggers wlfo said shed put some flowers on It now an then It was you what made me think 0 that Poll cause it seemed to me what you would a done You was al lus so daily about flowers you an hTwMoo I guess this letters too long for mo 1o bo nsayin much about the show but the leapadeath girl got hern last week She wasnt strong enough for the Job nohow 1 done what 1 could for her outside the show cause I snowed how you wits anus afcclln bout her I guess the lcnp a deaths husband Is goln to Jump his Job soon If he gets enough saved up cause him an Barker cant hit It off no more Wo got a good deal o trouble among tho animals too None o the snakes Is shcddln like they ought to an Jumbos acarryln n sixteen foot band ago around that trunk o iilsii cause ho got too fresh with Trlxys grub the other night an tho now glraffoa got the croup In that seven foot nock o hlsn I guess youll think I got tho pip for fair this time so Ill Just get on to myself now an cut this short Ill bo wrltln you ngln when wo hit Morgan- town YOUR OLD MUVVER JIM v Dounlas laW tho letter gently on tho table his hand still resting upon It tic looked helplessly nt tine little shrunken figure In the opposite chair Polly had made no sound but her head had slipped lower and lower and she now sat vary quietly with her face In her hands She hud been taught by Toby and Jim never to whimper What n plushy lot they are thought Douglas us ho considered these three lonely souls each accepting whatever fate brought with no rebellion or even Rurprlso It was a strange world of stoles In which these children of tho amusemeut arena fought and lost limey came and went like phantoms with as little consciousness of their own lest Interests as of the great moving powers of the world about tthem They felt no throes of envy no bitterness They loved maxi worked timid went ihelr way I For once the pastor was powerless In time presence of grief Both he and Manly left the rqufi1iriaiutlyfc ltfufc that Polly wished to be spared tilt outburst of tcarH that a sympathetic word might J bring upiHicr They allowed her to remain alone for a time then Mandy onlirod softly with a ton del good night mud Douglas follown her cheerily as tthough nothing at nil had linippid1 It was ninny woHsi before Polly again bocime a iMunpanlrn to Douglas mold Mandy but they did not Intrude upon her gri f They walled patiently for the tine whni youth should agai assert Itself fwd bring hall their laughing mate to thorn To be Continued A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Chenv Wash was saved from n frightful death is n story to thrill the or1dIA hajd cold he writesifVhrouglit on a flfes perttte lung tr ie thathttffle yjjr ex pert doctor re hen I d 10 to J5 n visit o a lu II spy list in Spo kane who did n tIme Then I went to Californfi MK without benefit At last I used Dtj ergs New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am 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 Guiunnteed by Severs Drug Co To Keep Uses From Bursting Eggs when boiling frequently burst This Is caused by their being too fn- of air and tummy bo prevented by prick lag ono end with a ncodlc before putting them Into the water This make nn outlet fur the ai- rChldr Cry FOR CHERS CA ORIA AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS NO 270 TWOINONE FactoryCItlsoftllegreatestimportance Satlncd Custonlcr o eliort Is spared to make each snipmeut sue xcelleilt value in quality of material vrorkMfanshlp finish vehicle that rill be a llUltlnll Advertisement and bring urfmany orders in return If we please you by iiiJnugyou an honestly made buggy and stapraHessthe Middlemans IroJH will recon end our goods to your neighbor Our Gun Ite i absolutely as good to our customers atfiJRvould be to n dealer If goods arc not as rep r ono nted risk money Is returned to you You Wo manufacture honest Vehicles and Harncw promptlyWriteGLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Poultry Secrets fDisclosed THEREare secrets in the poultry business as any the best methods and newest discoveries seldom reach the amateur poultry raiser and the general public for years after they arc origi nated Anew method ofabsolutely insuring the fertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash Value inj in dlicoverer 11 not to be blamed for keeping It to himself Now tot the first time the secrets of many of the most lucceitful poulirrmea ate nude ubUc No confidence has been vloilled every react has ge nII I P Obtained in an Honorable Wayf7tlrfJ000krortiertyheldl 1I 1 by outright purchase 2 by tee petmlnlon given the author Michael Kapouity Secrets tells yot Boyer 3 by collecting old valuable but little known methods 4 by Mr hotot carryfovilstand score foyers own experience covering 50 buiy yean Since this book wu lint Idof fcreit jar more impor- verllied four or five months ago It has been neeeiiarylo print eight editions fan Gild hitherto unrevealed and many new and valuable secrets have been added to Ihe original book v A Few of tho Moro Important Secrets 11oers new system fur Insuring fertility ol setting Read What Purchasers Say eggs l e1IFarmlouroland rollrSerto woods ngenlnua melllo tor saving the weak lncu chicksarfor WeprQutaloat method You certainly ginI J K trekhs System of lnbreeding without the leastyea fellow over Iiimoneyaworth loss ot vitality ANDiaw r a IIOHLKY iti N T Selecting the laying hrnsIhece trnl thought of the Rettlred your llbkof ronltryFefreti In su called Hogan otter Palmer Systems exeertloiikllj indrudiwork and worth 110 to The Philo System a brief outline telling what It Is and anr pro teh rHHiltrymn 1 would not care to for what it Is valuable eke that for m7 copy If I could not ref another Several new food formulae many of them ale same RS 9- aosT r bizos TDtbtontrllle N JexpcuslvaPauulcd lootl t- dstoPodtryFeerete4iriltaayIharelec The ISccntlabushel method of producing green f fahthisj Grelner sCorn Feeding System I and other new nlI oulI1I IfIhat It pnbthh1 on this ubjec InmylthreqendIconsldrthlluokofyonnthefor feelingerornandgrainm- OStiledCmknowbyfarforthsgenevdpnblle Tnlslows Secret of obtaining high market prices for r poultry stock Your look poultry Secrets rewired also The Anccll method admirably adapted to the tliI rebruur and March numbers of the perm flock In village or suburb Journal Eminently latlifled with all three Grundyl method of obtaining bulky food at n smallfGot more than my moneys worth on an7 one B cents a bushel fJJ- r pare of 4th I cau0I L YAXDIRIIUROII Hereford Secret of Laying Food lor TensProfessor itices Fat lIen Secret explaining why hens dont lay AND MANY OTHERS NOT ENUMERATED HEIItt It would lie absurd to expect every bit of this Information to be unknown to everyone t we make no such claim nut to the great majority ol poultrymen It will be absolutel new and ol great value A1IODT FAUn JOUIlNAti lrarm Journal has for thirty yean made a specialty of poultry this department Iibly edited and more rduebl than nuaypeetdlted OQU papers Thus UI only one lection however of a remarka hi msgatlaee monthl7 with ubocrlben NOT a dregq technical farm paper badly printed on cheap paper full of medical and treih7 edve meats but a mstutna for lh horntown Ytir or mnntr7l well pdotad and llIuIraled clean clever quaff ad sways 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fear or favor The regular price is I100 a year but you can getff the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALsec and th- eBREGKENRIDGE NEWSj Both One Year for 150I f if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Daily C lerEJournal r 600Y Sun Courier Journal Year 200 1 1i i icye can give you a combination cut I rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 1 pJ 4 i II Subscribe lor The News i r G 1 i 4 ROAD DRAG SEASON r r ji Any Month If the Conditions Are t Right For Its Use Tho road drag Is like the manure w spreader In style any month In the year it the conditions are right for HE use Other machines are put In the pushed to walt their season but the road k drng should always he ready to bitch r i to If we are to use It to the best ad It f thetldrying up niter the raliis It IIs sur of1Nfii at such a time Enough dirt Is brought I in to keep the road well rounded Up 7 the water Is allowed to run off and the mud Is paddled and plastered down sr that the surface Is quickly dried and 61 compacted ready to shed the next i i shower a little better Some people seem to have n wrong conception of the time to drag I have seen one of our trustees out earning Y the town beenI SPLIT Loa DBAO dry a day or two no seemed to think trio mission of the drag was to fill up the ruts At any rate he would drive t merrily along leaving In some places hardly a track among the clods About the most satisfaction wo ever realized from dragging the roads came r from a job dono In tho mud just before the last freeze In the fall How can you tell when to do It Just guess at It and keep trying If It thaws the next day there Is no harm done And when you do hit It you surely feel like a public benefactor as you watch the teams go gliding by on your pavement to bring up with a bump on your neigh bors rough road The spring Is the time to uso the road drag If you want to do some lasting good to the high way The dirt Is soft and easily work ed then and a few trips over the road with the drag cleaning out the ditches and rounding up the surface will do more good than a gang of men with 1 1thegrader In the fall The best job lover did with the drag was to round- upt the track on a bad clay hill Just I as the trost was going out That hill Ini11Sometimes you may be told that there are other things just as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills That Isnt so Nothing made is as good as De Witts Kidnev and Bladder Pills for any ailments of the kidney or bladder which always result in weak back backache rheumatic pains rheumatism and urinary disorders A trial of De Witts Kidney ant Bladder PiPs is sufficient to convince you how good they are Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They are sold here by all druggists To Turn Up a Hem Every WOIUMI who docs any sewing at home should have some kind of j gauge foi heplng to turn up a hem It Is not an easy mutter for any one even If she baa nn accurate eye to turn up a hero by gauging the distance from the floor with the eye alone If you have no gauge you can make an excellent substitute from n piece of y stiff cardboard Make a niche In the cardboard at the distance the skirt Is to be from he floor Rest the card board on th floor and measure the skirt with this placing pins In the p skirt to marl where the cardboard in s niched The pins should be placed y quite close together and when they have been placed all around the skirt It may bo turned up This Is an easy and quick wny of turning the skirt up and It will be found that If care has been used In placing the pins the skirt Mil be perfectly even all the way around Be careful to hold tho card 1 board upright and not to slant It In some places or the length of the skirt l will be changed Itching piles pr vox profanity but x profanity wont c them Doans Ointment curesyItchm ng bleeding or protruding pildnflerfyearsof suffering At any drug storeBoth Busy prettyIt makes a fool of 1 And the girl who doesnt know she T is pretty makes a fool of some man Houston Post t- J I f DLtHIDES FURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We are Dealers and can do better for you than agents or commuuon merchants Reference any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly Jricc hit and ship IfIfpingf tags We ffurnish weell bags free M SABEL SONS t CSTABUtHCD IN 1BSO t 228 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY a ji f Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for much sickness and suffering therefore if kidney BL trouble is permitted to f IJ continue serious re ti suits are most likely to follow Your other msorgans may need at but your kid Jtcntionmost because do most and should have attention first Therefore when your or out of order you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ dutyIfbadly begin taking the great kidney rcmdxDrKilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress ing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists intfiftycent dnd one dol Yw rwn- OYI M wwrrmayhaveby mail free also a 5 Ipamphlet telling you nom TTrbwampoJloo- 1lOW to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Dinghamto N Y Dont make any mis SwampRoteolncUnng in place of SwampRootif yiuo you will be disappointed lY MOLASSES FOR ROADS Of Great Value In Improving High ways When Mixed With Lime Molasses mixed with lime and oil is being experimented with by the United States department of agriculture In roadniaklnfr nnd this combination promises to prove of great value In bettering the highways In certain sec tions of the country Last fall the experts of the United States department of agriculture made several experiments wi the streets of Newton Mnss One that attracted no tice on tic part of authorities on street construction and 110 little ridicule was what was drbbcd the molasses road The street commissioner selected n difficult piece of read on Summit street with n step grade and a sharp curve just the spot for quick destrue tlon of a road by the automobile and heavy traffic and nn equally advanta geous place for observation of the effect of the strong wind A preparation of molasses lljne and oil was mixed with n small amount of cement lUll spread on the surface hot Tho liquid In the mixture percolated to the substratum of rock and made a surface of from two to three inches of heavy binding material That section has passed the tests of winter and to day time surface Is soJiard that onsld erable force Is required to dent it with n pickaxIt not slippery It gives a firm footing for horseo and automobiles do not skid On this section of Summit street are located fine residences and a large school for girls and today with the windows open no Irritating particles of dirt are driven into the dwellingsAny who takes a look at Summit street is nor likely to gibe nt the molasses road It Is said to be less expensive than street watering Could Not Be Better No one has evermade a salve oint went lotion or baJTto compare with Buoklens ArnicaJtve Its the one perfect healer of Cut Corns OIIIIIP Bruises SoreSjJicalcis Boils Ulcers Eczema Sal i For sore ey s- Cold Sores chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 250 at Severs Drug Co Practical Coat Lining A practical way of lining the longer serge coats Is to have liberty satin or silk lining the sleeves mud body and ending n couple of Inches below the waist lino The seams of the skirt are bound with tine silk tape This saves weight and makes for coolness while permitting the coat no mutter how close fitting to be slipped easily on and off tint lining especially when white protecting the snowy neckwear and the sleeves There arernauv imitations of De Wilts Carboi Vltch Hazel Salve DeWitts Is Be sure youI eoJgiget DeWitts ized Witch Hazell Salve when you ask for it It is goodI for cuts burns and bruises and is es pecially good for Piles Sold by alll druggists NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All newspapers of any consequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death immediately afterthey occurEditor To Mark a Key When there aro two or more keys on a key ring of approximate size and ap pearance draw a file over tho stem of the one most In use This makes a nick which easily distinguishes It I from time other The little dent Is better than a string or other murk the key being ensl j recognized by It 1n slipping It throughh ones fingers In the dark j ITS ENGLISH YOU KNOW I A Double Barreled Matinee Hat Worn by a Londoner- A novel solution of the matinee hat problem has been Introduced by Miss Jean Alwln of London She has designed a hurt consisting of two parlH the crown and the brim which are made unite separate The crown in itself forms a tiny toque of fering a minimum of obstruction to the view of any one sitting behind It while the detachable brim forms an enormous exaggerated terry Wloow affairWhen the hat Is worn at a matinee and causes the usual protests from behind trio wearer with n smile simply u to MISS ALWTK EXniUITINO HER NEW HAT h lifts the gargantuan brim off her head leaving the Inoffensive little toque as a an adequate headdress which cannot It be objected to by tho most troublesome old crank By a strange legal fiction Merry Widow hats are now classed as bicycle wheels In the Swiss railroad freight tariff The Swiss state rail road authorities have decided that hats = exceeding a certain size must not bo worn by lady passengers but must be carried as baggage THE LATEST GAMEF Suspense end It Promises to Become Very Popular Suspense Is the name of a new game which promises to be popular An enJterprising girl introduced it recently nt a party and It scored an Immediate hit It was played something like this One of the guests entered the parlor with a manuscript which he asked tho company to listen to while ho rend James Hurrlgiui coal baron frown ed when he looked up from his papers to find Albert Pcrclvnl Duval beafore him the guest IelldeI tell you young man Its no use amid I dont want to discuss It Be fore Id let you marry Phyllis Dont say anything youll regret later time young man Interrupted fae ling the older man with n steely glare because Im going to marry her any way in spite of you For a minute Harrigan lost his temper Get out of my office you Impertinent puppy or Ill throw you outr For answer Albert only stepped over to the door slammed It shut drove the key home and locked It 1111111I0nlIre his desk pulled out a drawer and drewi a gleaming six shooter A move and youre a dead man he started to say i But Duval as he turned from the l door had ucslzed a heavy bronze ink well from tho secretarys desk Quick as a flash ho threw It Time heayt missile struck the revolver Just asaHarrigan brought It to cover his op pouenttWith muttered curses tho two men I I came together Weaponless brute strength against bruto strength theyc struggled and writhed Slowly mer cilessly Hnrrlgnns fingers tightened around the younger mans throat Ho jammed hula head between a corner of the desk and the floor Now what happened next the guest who was reading the story de manded of the listeners Every ones got paper and pencil Quick Youve got five minutes to write the next par agraph Dont write over fifty words Recovering from their surprise the guests gut busy Some bad serious answers others laughable ones The prlzo for time best answer was a copy of ono of the six best thrillers The sequel that won It ran like this Just as James Harrlgnn was crushing tho last breath from Duvals body he stopped gasped and released his hold The younger mans coat had come open On the waistcoat gleamed n pin rl Why youre a fraternity brother of mine he said 1 beg your pardon Get up and let me dust you off v A Are You- Regular 1 If you arc not it Is a sign of disease a sign of some hidden female trouble that tray be under mining and weakening your con stltutlon and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak Ir regular suffering women have In the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use of that wellknown successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura lye remedy OFCARDUI I WOMANS RELIEF Apple 0 Dames of Alto Tex writes I caught cold which made me irregular and gave mo pains in my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not lift a chair Cardul brought mo all right again I have no more pains and am in very good healthAt All Druggists WRITB FOR t REE ADVICE l stating ago tfid describing symp toms tq Ladlca Advisory Dent CoiI 4 Maintaining tho Highways The Now York State Automobile as sedation Inns Indorsed a bill before the IcRlslature nt Albany which pro vides for n tax on automobiles graduated as to weight the proceeds to be devoted to the maintenance of the Im proved highways of the state On the basis of prteat registration an annual Income of 00000 Is expected from this source The laconic from aulo mobile registration fees In MniwrncliuI setts for eighteen monthsI amountedI I 141000 which wits used In road maintenance lust year Hut the state has built 770 unties of Improved road which require for proper maintenance i n expenditure of 8Jfl n mile a year Is estimated that u law pntterned rafter that recommended by the Sn York Automobile association would provide n sufficient Income In MUSBII chusetts to maintain the Improved roads without n specific legislative ap propriation THE WORLDS GREATEST PARK Chicagos Dazzling Fairyland of Amusement Device To see Chicago at play one must go ti Blvorriew Great cities are attractive la gayffmoodS and tho metropolis on th lake la never merrier than when disport- Ing itself in this wonderful park The Roman hippodrome cannot be com with tills great park either In magnitude fabulous Investment or at tendancefrequently 250000 men women and children are within the enclosure of thll vast and beautiful resort Instantly after ono enters the white masonry of the gates and till ho emerges he Is mya tilled bewildered entranced Broad vis = pavU11onsof Cairo ball parks casinos water chutes cascades electric launches mlnla lure railways VillI West Shows f aerie menageries Japanese pagodas open ulr concerts by the worlds fin hands Elvervlew Is a festival city with its chimes of bolls peals of organs roar of trains cooling swish of waters dashing 1 kiof foaming lakes boat whistles strings tomtoms euphonies of bagpipes chanting of Indians hymnals In sacred plays yells of cowboys reports of rlilos and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations of a million bird and animate jubilee singing shouta ano I laughter and sounding above alt th majestic strains of Bohumlr Kryls Brea bundIta Chutes cascades 500 foot In mid ir spray crystal waters In continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend In clouds of mist dashing downward until skim time surface of tho lake lash- Ing its transparent waters into foam Laughter and shouts of delighted pas sengers accompany tho musical murmur tho falling cascades In n thrilling Wild West cowboys and Indians exhibit feats of broncho rid ing Tho biblical story of Babylon Is en noted by 1000 young men and women 1 in tho classical costumes- In Dig Ottos Animal Jungle Miss Dixie young pretty and fearless en torn n den of lions jaguars panthers and l NU1blnnI dangerously against her white throat A naval battle between tho Monitor aria Morrlmac tho Kyfhausen tho mountainous retreat of Emperor Dar barossa and Paul Rovoroa rldo aro his torlcal Camels and elephants boar laughing children in a Flea Circus tiny Insects perform lncred161o cats a pony hippo drone living plcttfros Turkish dancers circle and Itlant wings motor and submarine boats deep son divers live whales aka jng rinks velvet and aerial coasters mechanical minstrels Thousand Islajlns waterways Japanese tell gardens Chinese pavllllons double whirls Jmd endless delightimparting do vines form streets pikes plalsances courtiFflncl waterways B rvlow an emerald forest unflar an rap scent sky glistens with a silvery rand oclntlllant diamond lakes Att nJKlit thiv veritable fairyland has myth dK I of lights that whirl any flash and phlmmor a rainbow have on gay throngs more beautiful fairy spectacle was never conceived a II JlovrHKit President A B SKILLHAN Cashier 1 LiaiiTroOT VlcoPrcsldent thus BKILLMAN AsatCoshter IIW The Old Relia- bleBRECktRIDGEi BANKOrganiz 872dSurplus 6200000 i veryIpaid on deposits Business great and small solicited a4cew0 100 Visiting Cards for 75 cents urt July Magazinesif Ladies Honfe Journal Delineator MunseyII r Centuryrr1 if you I JT JOHNhhiiIt LhJ OKLAHOMA If you arc coming to OKLAHOMA write or see me I have Coal TilnilgPnd Agricultural Lands find Town Lots R1D B EICHLING A NEY AT LAW PORUM OKLA cofdrenco First National Bank and Bank of Commerce M THEtmt I MvylmakingaS300rftto J X 11 Only ono block from the prlncl II- f fJ HOTEL pal shopping district two blocks ftf ii V IfjStreet UwcltyIt i Haut and clean A 1 I MKE CAMPBELL Singe 1 j 1 IV Un i j SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Is Now Curable Are you atllicted with this disease Then you eel I MADAM Are you still using a razor tainly have not Are you still using a t vcezer used MAJI Alexander Crossman the eminent Hair and Scalp Specialist has after 15 years of research IIDr experimenting discovered an absolute remedy for this unsightly disfigurement Guaranteed to De f stroy the Coarsest 5 Growth or Your t MONEY REFUNDED J 6 Guaranteed to be y absolutely non I injurious to thejj I most delicateC ANDWE I CAN PRVEff The above is not the result of mHgic hut of this wonderful discovery named MAJI This photograpi Is ONE of the thousands of cases MAJI has cured MAJI is endorsed and recommended by the most reputable physiciftus as the only remedy for PEUMANKNTjemovnl and destruc tion of superfluous hair The action of this WONDERFUL compound Ipartsthus making it return more coarse and bristly than over MAJI goes to the rbot of the evilit CURES QUICKLY destroys the cause of the growth It destroys the factors favorable to its growth Majl euros by PERMANENTLY causeotIfyou want to be CURED if you want to dispense with the fine razor you want to discord the heavy veil you are compelled to wear to conceal huuiiliatliig unsightly blemish get a bottle of MAJI nowat once 11if your druggist does not keep it send 100 to us direct and we will mall to you postage prepaid in plain wrapper TURK II REMEDY CO I 31 West 125 St New York N Y F T Address DeskG Free Valuable Booklet cThe Key to the Problem SENT ON REQUEST 1 l 01 f To The Public For the neatest nicest and cheapest Job tiV Printing call at the office of f The Breckenridge News S Yr- a e + k ri I l i GOVERNOR BANDALA OF TABASCOII if1finds Peruna To Be An Efficacious Remedy mm Abraham Bandaln governor of the state of Tabasco writes us follows H San Juan Bautista Oth Sept 190- 0iTho Poruna Drug Mfg Co 1 to that tho persons who have used Gentlemen It gives mo pleasure say the preparation Peruna for catarrhal affections have found it an olllcacious i euro worthy of being recommended You can make such use of this letter as you consider most adapted to your r interests and I bog to remain Yours very truly Abraham liandala r Other distinguished personages from I j Mexico havo given similar statements concerning ho benefit of Poruna Prom i inent among these men of worldwide reputation is Dr Augustin Rivera Sllao Guanajualoy Mexico Tho Poruna Drug Co r Gentlemen r Becatue of the magnificent rcsultB vhich I have obtained from tho use ofyour prilaoworthy remedy Peruna in several obstinate cases of writingjyogai aflldodiclue discovered for such cagtM t i t 1 I I 9IHARDINSBURG ITEMS I 9II1 v Y Dennie Rhodes of Owensboro visit ef1 relatives here for several days Mrs 0 L Beard has returned from a weeks visit to friends in Louisville Mr H H Lewis of Centertown arrived last week to spend a few day t here during the latter part of his wifes visit home Both returned to Centertown I f I Miss Nancy Smith of Pordsville was tin truest of Mr Leslie Walke Friday and Saturday Mrs P t Moorman and daughter Miss Nill of Glindeaue and Mr am Fred Ferryof Clovtrport were g uests of Con and Mrs D R Murray Sunday Miss Amanda Deam and MrsW R Mobrnian and daughter Miss Sarah ti D and Messrs Charley Dcane am Willis Green were gut sts of Mr and Mrs M H Beard Sunday i k Mr Logan d Murray and daugh ters Ilia and Anna of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs M II V Beard Saturday and Sunday r i K C Hatley of Bisbee Arizona a L r former resident of Hardlnsburg was here a few days last week the guest t of Roy E Moorman- i Eskrll6hasMiss Clara re turned from a visit inLoulsvlllei Why dont youuelight the house wife by furnjimlng her pure and j wholesome our Your grocer keeps t it Its the Lewlsport Hour i Mr Mrs Ralph Taylor were in Pellville Sunday the guests of Mrs Taylors parents Mr and Mrs Voy lesI + Ed McGill and Roy Smith of Lou isville are spending the week with Mr and Mrs Lonnie Smith Mrs W C Duvall and son Ely W have gone to Milton to spend the by summerMr Mrs Herbert Hall spent t Sunday near Glendeane the guests oi Mr and Mrs Wm Hall J Twentyseven applicants took the examination Friday and Saturday for teachers certificates Virgil At Babbage of Cloverport took the examination for appointment to the State University at ington He was the only applicant jAtthe time of hiring teachers next y 1tSaturday the Division Boards will set i 11it the time for each school to begin Trustees In subdistricts will go ready il too4 recommend a suitable date for tlieT Respective schools to begin i Julyfr4- a P IJi- O I congratulate you for such a splendid preparation and offer to you my sore ices as tho first to recommend it to my numerous customers Accept my most sincere testimonial and use it as you think best for those who suffer from the disease which I have mentioned and I am glad to sign myself as your friend llospoctfully Di Augustln Rivera Assoon asanimpartial doctor becomes acquainted with the virtues of Peruna ho Inds catarrh not to bo BO formidable f tf Lsetse = = =+ l and Lex + lIng the school close the day befor ChristmasDr at Hardlnsburg June 2G 2930 Marvin Beard went to Louisville MondayMrs Will Lennln and children an visiting relatives in Stephensport Jess Miller of Sample and Tayloi Dowell of Irvington were here Mon dayMiss Green Field Worker of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the M E church will lecture Thursday night at the M E church Miss Dora Wheat of Louisville isI the guest of Mrs Mather for a few daysVirgil Babbage son of Virgil Bab bage Sr of Cloverport took the ex amination for appointment to thet State University last week and passedt with creditable per cents He willI enter the University In September for a full course of four years In the first game of the seasonI Hardlusburg was defeated by a score 12 to 9 at McDanlels Saturday Mc Daniels will be here July 8th when- a big game will be played A fast Amateur team will be here from Owensboro July 2 and 3 for two games with our local nine Lovers of the national game should not miss seeing this Dr Mather will on Sunday July 4th preach on Liberty its danger ous privileges- Mr and Mrs Henry Critser of Falls of Roughwere visitors of Sam Fennis Sunday and Monday CASTOfAFor InfantsmnjMJnildren The Kind You HaVe Always Boughtt Bears tho- SigAtituro of rEloverport Giants Defeat ilardinsburg The Hardinsburg colored base ballI team went down in defeat at the hands of the Giants colored of this city It was a warm contest from start to finishI md did not end until twelve innings had been played Jim Ray sent fourteen of the Hardinsburg team to the bench by his masterful pitching The fielding of Walt Dyer was a feature as well as the patting of Percy Walker Scprel1 to 10 Umpire Ben Davis H i iiI r ST JOHNS DAY CELEBRATI01 Masons Celebrate Their Patron Saint Day at lIar dinsburg Hardlnsburg Ky Special Ideal weather prevailed during the whole of the time set apart by the local Masons for tho celebration of their Patron Snint Day and a large number of the leading citizens of our town and county as well as visitors from other counties nd States gathered on Saturday afternoon last and attended the reception tendered to the distinguished crafttmen who were announced to speak on this occasionDr Mrs Mather assisted by an efficient committee of ladies did ever thing in their power to make the guests welcome during their visit to the parsonage and were nobly sustained i in their efforts by a large reception committee headed by Gen David K Mur rayThere were two disappointments as far as the program was concerned one being the sad fact of the passing of former Governor T T Crittenden of Missouri to whom a prominent part had been assigned and whose coming to Hardinsburg for this occasion had been looked forward to by a large number of friends the other was the inability to be present of Postmaster Rob E Woods of Louisville who wrote at the last minute saying that a temporal attack of illness precluded his making the journey Rev Dr C C Woods of St Loui and Dr R C Blackmer of the same city were on hand however as was also Hon Logan C Murray of Louisville and these gentlemen rendered ex cellent service in the speaking line as also did Hon John P Haswell Jr who made an address of welcome The address of Dr Woods will long be remembered by those who were tor tunate enough to be present Clea forcible and eloquent his words wnt home to his audience and we heard many expressions of approval as he warmed to his subject In fact it is doubtful if ever a better address on Freemasonry has been heard in this countyDr Blackmer is an elocutionist of the first water and delighted his uudienc with two excellent recitals Mr Logan Murray spoke with evil den emotion to his old neighbors and friends and told of the longing deijii of his half brother Gov Crittenden to be with them that day He told of the Governors last letter to him whic spoke of the old home associations Breckenridge county and thanke them for the many expressions of sym pjvthy wich had reached the family i 1 their sad hour After the speaking the ladies serve refreshments and a picture of die gathering was taken and then everybody dispersed prior to the special meeting of Breckenridge Lodge whicl was held on Saturday night in the loca Masonic Hall At this meeting the de gree of Master Mason was conferred oi County Superintendent of Schools Joe H Pile and Dr Woods as Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Freemasons of Missouri presided being ably assisted by Dr R C Blackmer Dr Mather and others About a hundred Masons were present at the meeting tad the work was done in a very im pressive and efficient manner On Sunday morning a large and rep resentative audience assembled in the Southern Methodist churcn to hear Dr Woods who preached an impressive sermon from the textIIFor it became Him for whom are things and by whom are all things to make the captain of their salvation perfect through suffer ng A large choir under the direction of Mrs Blanche Reid rendered he musical portion of the service with treat effect and Dr Blackmer at the request of Dr Woods recited Whx Should the Spirit of Man be Proud Dr Woods also preached to a large audIence on Sunday night in the same Church The expressions heard on all sides voice a unanimous sentiment that this celebration had been one of the most notable events held here for a Ions time and much good will undo btedly follow such a worthy oc- casIon AkDaniels Trims Hardinsburg McDaniels Ky June 21In a game of base ball here Saturday McDaniels t defeated Hardinsburg with ease Brown for the visitors was batted hard Nine uns being made off his delivery in the second inning The next game on the octal diamond will be Leltchfield July 4 ElectricBi Succeed vJjiGh everything else rails In nervaSa prostration and female supremerem F0R KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter r 1 t ti j 2 o KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Program of Literary and Enter raining Events for the Mid- Summer Meeting to be- Held at Estill Springs June 28Juiy 1st LITERARY PROGRAM Monday Afternoon Welcome AddressRobert Friend Response I C Underwood Monday Night Reception and Grand Ball Tuesday Morning Call to Order toll Call Presidents Addres- sSecretaryTreasureris Report Applications for Membership Debate Resolved That StateWid Prohibition Would be a Good Thing for Kentucky C E Woods Affitmatii T M Gilmore Negative Man Making by W H Whittake Superinteudent Southern Indiana Re formatoryRoundTableHow to Make a Paper ProfitableEd D Shmnic Presiding Wednesday Morning Taxation in Kentucky Arthur Y Ford Louisville Starting a Daily Paper Miss Gol die Perry Winchester The Good Roads Constitutional i AmendmentCiceru ML Barnett Hart ford v Kentucky DevelopmentJ W Newman Hound Table Legislation in whit Newspnpsrs are Interested Harr McCarty PresidingThursday Morning How to Get Advertising J EI Fawcett Madisonville I Necessity for H Unifdrm Accounting and Inspection Iii v in KentucltyM Thatcher I IIH Womans Work Iin Kentucky Mrs Deshea Breckenridge Lexington If I Were a Newspaper ManCol- E Polk Johnson Louisville Round Table What to Print and Not to Print R R Perry Presiding Winchester Friday Morning Election of Officers for Ensuing Year Completion of unfinished Business Loyal To His Old Kentucky Home Enid Okla June 12th 190U John D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Friend JohnI notice that my subscription for the Breckenridg News expires this month Inclosed please find my check for renewal of same I The old Breckenridge News is like getting a letter from home every week and while I am very much de lighted with my Western home I am still loyal to my old Kentucky home- I have a nice hotel and my busi ness is fine and I would not exchange I this location for any other I have jver had Remember me kindly to all of my Kentucky friends Your old friend Henry W Herndon What Is a cold in the head Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Elys Cream Balm Neglected the cold may grow into catarrh and the airpassages be so inflamed tbalyou have to fight for every bre tn It is true that Elys ream Bajffiimasters catarrh promptly But yo Tcnow the old saying about the un of prevention Therefore use am Balm when the cdld in the headj flows itself All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros Warren Street New York ADDISON Mr W J Howard went to Louisville ast week Mr H E Black of Louisville iis spending his vacation with his parents 11r and Mrs W E Black Sunday School opened at Holt chapel 8und yvitl1 a good attendance Mi and Mrs Warrick Doll returned to their home in Louisville Sunday after being the guest of Mr and Mrs L L Mitchell Mr O IL Black the successful merchant is in Louisville purchasing some low goods Mr R A Smith spent Saturday at his tore of this place Mrs Julia Woods returned to her home in Cloverport Saturday The Addiron baseball team played New Bethel Sunday Scores 24l to 8 ini favor of New J Why d you delight the house w fe furnishing her pure and W some flour Your grocer keeps i Its the Lewisport flour l A tI cxcursion S y June 276 Clover or o uisvil1e and Return 5 1L 1ND25a if Special tprffn leaves Cloverpor 09 a m returningIif i jr leaves Louisville 6 p m Are You Corning to the Great I 1 JJ- t RED MENS t i 1 J r PowWowAND 4L BarbecueIARDiNSBURG t tF I I SATURDAYJULY w Hardinsburg Military Band Will furnish Music for the OccasionJ 200 Given Away in Prizes ICE WATER will be furnished FREE throughout the day pp- k A 50 RunaboutONEFREET DAY SOME tJ WATCIIabout ione selling 2nd most X500 Braceletto Runabout tickets The most elaborate dlnnerever prepared by any Order in this part of the State will be served for the emarkably low price of25 cents Walt 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 Ascensions 4 There will be four balloons sent up during the day one at 10 and one atoll a m and one at 2 and one at 4p m 4 Parade ever held in this city will begin prorfiptly Biggest at 730 oclock that morning This will positively be held Be sung and conic SCO1 SteOF ATTRACTIONS 1 i Come and see Ur m and you can find anything you want on the jr grounds t = Get YqjfrTlckets Now The dinner tickets at 25c entitles you I to ne dinner and 25 votes on watch Special tickets en jKtlc you to 100 votes on watch If you wish to contest j for this prize write at once to Red Men Committee r Hardinsburg Kentucky I 1i1 IX70iOQQ10 III i0 1I t eciali Pri s i UON u ooBuggies Runabout DeerinErt Binders Ro I Fl t Wire Fence o Little GianK DusterCounty fit Agency It Now your time come bile the EIBargains are on r73 Q 0 3 f 0 cGlothlan Pig 0 IRVINGTON KY EJiEJi- l 0 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