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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 1THEt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT ig Ii VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1909 8 Pates NO 521 1 tWe Love O rPrint Shops But Oh Xou Estill I d i j 11 RYiNGTO a rtti PARAGRAPHS i I Many items Of Interest Gathered tfr fBy Our Representative In rJ Ifi f The Busy Little City f11 1 BRILLIANT porrwo PARTY f k Mr and Mrs Edgar Lewis and children of Bar oursv111e Ky and 4rt Mrs Jennio Cawley of Leitchfield i arrived here last Wednesday for a- vfsitto Mrs itato Bennett after be fitigtlie guests of relatives at Owens f CloverportLIC Mr and Mrs A B Coleman are at home after a months visit with their children in Louisville Lexington and 1 other points l T MissNannleKguestst of Rev and Mrs E W Graves pfor a few days left for their home In fi Louisville Monday Mrs Nannie Wathen left Tues day with a party for quite an extended trip through the West q i Mrs Nora Board and two childrenY tleftr Tuesday for Newport Massach iiUssctts for a short visit to Mr and j Airs Wathen Henderson Later she Mrwill go to Boston Mass for a two SVmonths visit to her brother and sister lISMr and Mrs Richard Henderson wS taMr and Mrs Nowsom Gardner were guests of Mr and Mrs James Smith jftlSst Sunday t r Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville was the guest of her parents the 4th ofJJ JJuly t Mr George R Sell of Princeton v was the guest of his sister Mrs L lI iH Downs last weekI i 1Hrs R B McGlothlan has return 0Ied from Louisville where she spent aiis f few days shopping i 1 Tl 1 Wheat cutting is about over in this fr v section ami several will commence V threshing here this week There is a very large crop around here and t from all reports they expect a very pfair yield f Mr and Mrs Charlie Mudd and children of Watlers Oklahomacame Tuesday to be the guests of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J M Mudd 1 vMi6S Lillie McGlothlan left Tues q Frday for Enid Oklahoma fora months i vislt with her sister Mrs H W tt Herndon She was accompanied by f2 her little nephew Master Herndon Merke of Louisville Miss May Hochensmlth of Frank- fortj passed through town Wednes dayand was the guest of Miss Eva t fcGlothlan on her way home from Glendeane 1 3 Mrs W J Piggott and daughter 4 Miss Eliza Piggott expect to leave rthi8 week for Minot North Dakota I where they will bo the guests of her f son Hubert Piggott for the summer months While gone they will visit a ii number of places of Interest 11f V Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee spent r Sunday in Cloverport with relatives P rPne 5f the most pleasant entertainments q i of the season was the morning 42 party given by Misses o t Eva and Mabel McClothlan Friday ip morning in honor of their guest Miss IEssie Biggs The affair was greatly i icj enjoyed by all in attendance Those fe present were Misses Ellen Munford 4 Nell Smith Jessie Brady Mary Pey iiiCtpn Maggie and Claudia Bandy trrClaire Jolly Eva and Edith Plank fI vn Margaret Stirman Francis Little Jennie Mabel Harris Mesdames H H Kemper DC Heron Louis H Jolly 0 L Chamberlain Fred Brite Edwin H Jolly Mr and Mrs Arthur Smith of w Glendeane were visitors of Dr and Mrs P E Dempster Sunday The wedding of Miss Lena Simmons and Mr Harry J Gorsuch which wasr 4to have taken place last Saturday afternoon has been postponed on account of the serlpus illness of the bride who has typhoid fever Messrs Ernest Reese and Buddie Simmons of Louisville are attending a house party given at the home of Mr and Mrs Jake Cowley Miss Katharine Wimp left Friday R for a feveral days visit to relatives at L BrandenburgIy Misses Ethel Williams of Owens boro and May Heyserof Leitchfleld r I jtt iJ I k i are visitors at the home of their aunt Mrs Kate Bennett Mrs J F Claycomb and daughter Mrs Forest Van Dieter spent Satur day in Louisville shopping Miss Tula Lockard left Sunday for Carlisle Ind for a months visit to her sister Mrs Con Bland Mr and Mrs Edwin Hensely Jolly gave a very pleasant Hay ride Satur day evening In honor of several visit ors After the ride the party was taken back to the home of Mr and Mrs Jollywhere dainty refreshments were served There were about twenty In the party Mrs R Dh Jolly is entertaining this week with a house party in honor of her daughter Miss Claire Jolly Those enjoying the party are Misses Laura Chambers of Louisville Mar garet Stlrman and Francis Little of Owensboro Eva and Edith Plank and Jennie Mabel Harris of Cloverport Mrs Perry Weaver and children of Louisville arrived Sunday to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington during the summer Mr and Mrs David Henry qf Chattanooga Tcnn came Sunday for a weeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs John Lewis Henry Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its theLewisport flour Mr and Mrs John L Henry enter tained with a family reunion on last Sunday and all the children and grandchildren were present A big dinner was served and all report a big time Mrs Carrlco of near Ekron was the guest of friends In town Sunday The town is still on a boom and there are several more new houses being put up which is quite an im provement to our little city Misses Mary Basham Esther Payne and Miss Hoskin of Stephensport came Thursday to be the guests of Miss May Bandy Mr and Mrs Allen Long and children of Louisville arc the guests of Mr and Mrs L E Henderson this week Mr Alex Dent of Louisville was the guest of Miss Mary Peyton last weekMr andMrs R W Cates who have been visiting Mr and Mrs G M Lyddan fpr the past few days return ed to Louisville yesterday The young people enjoyed a days outing Monday at Dents Bridge in honor of the visitors The party was chaperoned by Mrs D C Heron and Mrs W J Piggott Mrs The Adkins and children have returned home after a two weeks visit to relatives atPaynesville AlaskaYukon Exposition Notes A reproduction in natural colored sugar of the state house at Honolulu Hawaii standing 25 feet high is to be seen in the Hawaiian building at the Seattle Worlds Fair 000- A chunck of coal weighing 2700 pounds is an exhibit In the Mines building at the AlaskaYukonPacific Expo sition It is from a Washington State mine 000 So comprehensive is the exhibit of the Fisheries Department of the National Government at the Seattle Worlds Fair that the only thing left in the sea and and not shown is McGinty in Davey Jones Locker ooo One pleasing feature about your Exposition said an Atlanta Georgia newspaper man in speaking of the Seattle Worlds Fair is that there is no ex tortion permitted There are prices to meet everyones pocketbook 000- Acompletehistory of our country may be gathered in a short space of time from the papers and curios on exhibit in the State Department at the Seattle Worlds Fair ooo Seven different car lines a steam boat line and automobiles are employed in carrying the crowds to and from the Seattle Worlds Fair 000 The spirItpaland intellectual development of the Great Northwest Is as fully exploited by the AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition as is the commercial and in dustrial growth HARDINSBURGHAPPENINGS t Items of Personal and Local In tteTSt From our Thriving County Capital TWO BALL GAMES LAST WEEK i Miss Mary Bell Basliam of Stephens port is the guest of Mrs Gus Shellman Marvin Beard went to Owensboro Saturday to accompany his wife home Monday Mrs Beard had spent two weeks with her sister Mrs E B EnglishMiss Mar Payne of Bewleyville iis the guest of her sister Mrs Jas Witt W S Ball of Frankfort came home for the Fourth Mrs Sallie Richardson and her sister Mrs Schreiber of New jersey are vis iting Mrs P 11 Beard Mrs D R Murray and Mrs M H Beard eave returned home from a visit to relatives in Cloverport Herbert Beard went to Louisville Monday to attend a meeting of the State Fair Board Miss Mary Walls daughter of Lee Walls fell from a horse Friday and broke her arm between the wrist and elbow Miss Walls is an accomplished rider and fell only because the saddle turnedMr and Mrs Charley Gross of Bew leyville were guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Witt Sunday Miss Katie Laughter Miss Agnes Me Gill and Lummie McGill of Louisville returned to the city yesterday after a few days with friends here Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing her pure an wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flour Gus Shellman has resigned as man ager of the ball team Morris Buckner Kincheloe has been appointed in hili steadThere were two good games of ball here Friday and Saturday between Har dinsburg and Owensboro The first Qwenshoro8 to 7 in favor of the home team Golden Wedding Of Cap And Mrs J W Carlton An event of much interest in Hancock county and also Cloverport wa the celebration of the 50th anniversar of Captain and Mrs J Y Carltons marriage which was held at thb a residence of their daughter Mrs J S Adair iu Hawesville Tuesday after noon Many were In attendance with hearty congratulations and many more at a distance sent loving messages and tokens of esteem Captain Carlton was born in King and Queen county Va December 22 1835 his family moving from Virginia to Hawesvillo on his first birthday December 22 1836 His grandfather served in the Revolutionary war and for service was voted 5000 acres of land in Virginia a part of which is still held by the Carltou family His father served in the war of 1812 and Captain Carlton himself served in the Confeder ate army and is the proud possessor of a Confederate Cross of Honor Mrs J W Carlton was born in Han cock county Ky Sept 2 1837 and was reared near Hawesville She is a de ceiidant of the Hensley and Kincaid families who were prominent in the settlement of Kentucky with Daniel Boone and other pioneers and is a niece of the famous river commander John W Cannon who once owned the steamer Robert E Lee and was also born and roared near Uaweaville Captain and Mrs Carlton were married at her family home three miles above Hawesville June 29 1850 the occasion being a double wedding Capt James Carlton a brother of J W Carlton and Mrs Lucretia Powell an aunt of MrsI Carlton being the other participants After the war Captain Cannon com manded some of the finest steamers on the southern waters until about five years ago Captain and Mrs Carlton I spent their winters in Monroe while engaged in his work and their summers j in Hawesville among familiar scenes and with old friends of a life time who know them best nod appreciate them j for their beautiful lives which have been an inspiration to old and young and their sunny natures that have en deared them to all who knew them Captain Carlton has one living sister i I u u DEATH REMOVES IRVINGTON CITIZEN Air James P Glaycomb Passes Away After a Prolonged Illness WIFE AND CIIIDRGN SURVIVE Once more the grim monster death has visited our community and taken from our midst a most honored and respected citizen Mr James F Clayi comb who died at his home on last Monday morning June 28 at 330 o clock after a prolonged illness The news of his death filled every heart with deepest grief and sadness and the an nouncement came as a surprise to the whole town and entire community although we had been told by the doctors that he couldnt get well Mr Claycomb was engaged in the Insurance business and he always was a man of his word and the people had confidence in him He was a consistent member of the Baptist church at this placeThe remains were taken to Walnut Grove on Tuesday morning for burial The funeral was conducted by the Re- T W Gayer pastor of his church here andwas largely attended as was also the interment at the graveyard near the church As a token of esteem and ad miration the grave was covered with many floral designs- A wife and three and two children by his first wife are left to mourn his loss besides a host of friends and relatives Mrs George Vickers of Owensboro brothersdJohnnnd Josepph Lindsay of Chicks sha Okla ixuj one slater Mrs J W Porter of Owensboro Ky The union has been blessed with eight livingsCharles H Carllon of Chickasha Okla Mrs J S Adair of Hawesville 11y Mrs J L Williams of Memphis Tenn J W Carlton jr Alexandria La1W C Cnrlton New Orleans La J JJ Carlton Monroe La The follow lug grandchildren Mrs J L Miller Cruger Miss Mrs JN Alsop Owens boro Ky Hawes Emily Joe and Sue Carlton of Hawesville J L Miller Jr of Cruger Miss is a great graud childThe decorations were in gold and for cakesgoldenycolor scheme The table was filled with beautiful mind costly golden presents which were much admired and appre elated notonlv for their value which was great but for the love which in spired the gifts A great number of gifts were gold coins of every denom ination making literally a golden shower Mrs Bettle Brasher and son Joe and Mr and Mrs Nat Alsop and Mrs Porter of Daviess county attended Hancock Clarion Card of Thanks We have delayed publishing a card of thanks expressive of our gratitude to our neighbors and friends of Stephens port for their constant and unfailing care and attention to our loved one Mrs R S Skillman during her late and last illness We are convinced that we have gained nothing by delay as we still feel incapable of expressing our appreciation of the services rendered Husband Brother and Sister July 3 1009 Tortured on a Horse For ten years I couldnt ride a horse without being in torture from piles II writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Boils FeverSores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co The Whirlwind Campaign The day crowds for the three days speaking in the county last week were small except at Cusier where a full house greeted tho speakers on Saturday afternoon Dr Shearin of Lexington who met the appointments is a pleasing speaker carrying convic tion with well chosen words He points out our failures under the old school law with its cumbersomelot of 25000 trus tees a fifth of whom were illiterate He quotes convincing figures showing r the success of states about us that have lately adopted n syitem liko our own He emphasizes local taxation and an education beyond that given by the public schools His contact with our people at Union Star Stophensport New Bethel Me Quady Westview and Custer will do much for the spread of the true public school gospel No one who came undo- the spell of his burning earnestness will1I fail tp tell his neighbor who jn urg w1I III II pass it on to others There was nOI speaking at Garfield on account of a conflict with a local preaching date The choirs at Stephensport McQuady apprcciated Supt Sluss of Covington Ky and Rev Cline of Hardinsburg also ad dressed the people at Custer There were a few short talks given by county teachers at the Custer meeting all full of the new spirit that is possessing the school people of the state IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What A Heap Of Happiness IIt Would Bring To Cloverport I IHomesHard to do housework with an achingf barb Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the cause that Backache pains come from sick kid neysTwould save much needless woe Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid neysMany residents of this vicinity en dons them Mrs Lizzie Bartley Main Crocs I Sts Elizabethtown Ky nays I wa a sufferer for over three years fro pains across my back which were s o severe after any exertion as to com pletely unfit me for work My feet and1 ankles became so badly swollen that I could not get on my shoes at times und it pained me severely to stand I hUll intense headaches and was often s dizzy that I did not dare walk upon the street The secretions from my kid neys were distressing in passage My brother who had been cured of kidne trouble by Doans Kidney Pills advis ed me to give them a trial and I procur ed a box They gave me great relief and I continued using them until the pains in my back disappeared the secretions from my kidneys became natural and the soreness in my limbs left I was soon a well wcmrth and give Doaita Kidney Pills the credit Fur sale by ail dealers Price Scents 0 Foster Mjlburu iCo Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Open For Business The Irvington Mill and Elevator which has been shut down for several weeks for repairs is now under a lull head of steam and ready for business A new Engine has been installed and a complete overhauling of all the machin ery has been made making it one o the best and most thoroughly equipped mills in the State A new platform scale has also been added to the mill making it most convenient for handling the far mers mheat Mr W J Piggott the proprietor is to be congratulated on his enterprise and his thorougb business methods in conducting a firstclass mill He is in close touch with the farmers pays them the highest market price for their wheat and furnishes them with tho best flour He is thoroughly reliable and his highest ambition is to please his customers Sees Mother Grow Young It would be jiatd to overstate the wonderful change In my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L GSlpatrick of Dacforth Me Although past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She sufferd untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neithereat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her tip and all remedies failed till Electric Bit worked such wonders for her health They invigorate all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles induce sleep impart strength andappetite Only 60c at Severs Drug Co Ready Our Story TEACHERS INSTITUTE Has Large Attendance Much In I terest Visitors GaloreIn structors Make Telling Addressesr IIfiNE PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK SneCfa1Themet at ten oclock organizing getdownThe enrollment was large specially so when it as remembered the teachers who are in attendance at the State Nor attendingUpon the following are excused because of their own illness or that of other members of the PayneJMaryJoThe work of the first day was of a strong and interest holding character Each instructor made telling addresses at the beginning showing in attractive manner the exalted duties and bound less and sacred responsibilities of the teacherDr Corsons addresses make one want to live and work Prof Martins show to live long healthily and clean lily Miss Smiths measure up to her high standard of the past giving life and light to childhood as it enters the schoolroom from the hallowed precinct ofhomeThe teachers handle readily their subjects at their hours for discussion Visitors throng the meetings and tea chers are promptly in their places all- s drawn by the worth and beauty ot the presentedmThe music is a pleasant feature It was turnibhed Tuebiluy by the Baptist i I choirIn addition to the regular work of instructors and teachers Mrs Theda l Peakebt Kiugswood will give the- o closing address this afternoon Miss liodtreyHUlorungeuda Tuesday and otherwise remembered them yMiss pupilshewspleasing recital timed for the first eve ning of the institute Dr Mathers institute at the M E church South tonight will attract a crowded house Dr Corson on Thursday evening willideliver a free lecture at the Court House FINE WHEAT BAGS Farmers who will contract theirwheat to us will be loaned sacks FREE OF CHARGE in which to ship same inelsewhereLouisville Ky In Honor of Miss Hermann Mrs Chas D Hook entertained Fri C offMiss Ruth Hermann of Tell City hid RubyHaynesThe house was very beautifully decor ated in ferns and sweet peas Those 1 i1 who assisted Mrs Hook in receivingJwere Mrs B M Currie and Miss Smith The other guests present JaneIIEleanor Martha and Emily Reid Lewis Louise Nichols Jane Llghtfoot pii Addle and Mary McGavock Beatrice j tt Tague Lillian Tague Eleanor Burk Forrest and Lenoard Weatherholt Jimvmie Fitch Helen Kingsburry Mary andiEudaley Currie Isabelle Burn Tula Babbage Lida May English Mary h Owen Oelze Lillian Crume Mary Joe ci and Agnita Mattingly and Mary Patei- I I suffered habitually front consti pation Doans Regulets relieved end strengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever sinceA Ey Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Tex Died at Custer I Mrs Essie Trent widow of the lata Peyton Trept died at her home near Custer last Thursday Shp was A t 75 years old 44 ooo ntnrlYl1I Carl Trent the 8 year oldson of nes Trent died Tuesdiof last WfcX with typhoid fever tlifaf fit rr- r n C u II J I i III4 s l MEETING IIIANNUAL Association I1 ASHEVILLE N C I I fl flSOthI 31 unRilil ilII 1 1 AsheviUeIi is the shortest line to Ilow rates will be authorized open to the public Take this r YVyof oing to Asheville and visiting the beautiful mountain it ous section of Western North Carolina IiI Ask any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and Schedules Ior write me r I J C BEAM Jr A G P A tll ill itST LOUIS MO I J mllmIIlSlIl3 1IARDt E BALLFRANKMILFORDII G HALL Mar f BALL Sc FRANK Livery Feed and Sale Stable y Hardinsburg Kentucky i Special Attention Given to Traveling Men Bus Meets all Trains Cumberland Telephone No 4 General Transfer Business First Class Rigs at all Hours tf Real Estate Department youIF may you ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners Same and address If none of these placos suit you write us at once K telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has tho very property you 1 I forIthe following properties ItS being productive youIwant cash for your property price description once f and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling a buyer and tellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales BabbaoerCT 000rr ISO acres flair t uiisj west ut P 3luile friru hraml i rttllroal all frisli land IJaMTCS In cultlva t turn1 art H In irrasi will iroiluv the hell i corn lifiit iitl t l11Iiciro in ntlirtilxirhood plenty laIlug water well at dour of dwell tug lo dw IiI K 2 roan oldl side room fjiou i ilile Stolniico harm 3 trnunt housess PeAt of need tiwbIi fr farm purpoNa timid riixl I ciir Irie1 opLp ciili a i I Sales 6000t Year A splendid busine A stand stor lyiI house tuck of gods Mulltsiil etc i Anmtal sles j5u t 6Min H year 1ost ditice in connect m which jpty- about s n 10 per year Three miits fron rdilro IittiIIi 01 the hr I icr Her- 1aai flyI iiliwltllnptli fI n ni in with c tpitnll to drop rijjht into a goo klbusinn Inr further nrticuUrs writ JNO 111 BABBAGE rF Cloverport Kv x 3 OCA X i ucr on llardtimlmrK am i os o mtloI dwaillnF thrpp hIli lIaruts hug house ai d black L tlIi M op all necexsarv oulIiousir Ian acriM under cultivation and pasture iirren in timber white oak buck oak bee a gooatt water year d xJgoodeasy terms ou balance u troG1Um d I Od shape good feurlux one food d wel 12dugbouse 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 ban pondld1 ytp acres In timber white + al sugar tree and II I beech balance cleared Ilenty of Rood fruit Good road U St ph n iortSV4 miles and good road to nol 1 W tidies Tills farm Is not worn out it Is good land and In good ilx lust the rare for a man with a small family Two room cottage on Murray Avunuu Well located Itenbt for S per month 1 6 acres on HardlnNburg and1 OU Klts of sinklriK road s milts tree Sample Improvements dwelling turd a good blAt burn SOiicroila oak ana oeucl lImber The oak timber is goal tie timber behauledLlmestou0landtobacco and fruit Plumy Rood water your Inteasy payments HOlIcretjandIcottage l151 room two et+terns u with a sutra room over It tvo pool stock burns one tenant house about 5iO apple and peach trees also pears quinces and aprlcota most nIceII balance in woods 1V5 acro In grass stvt 3 t novell of black locust sulllclent for posts U I wire tho whole farm In It Ile4 near Hiiro on L H ft St L U U price Is 6SOOO or lung and easy payments I I I volt SALKA splendid stand for a druggist physician In a good town surrounded by Rood prosperous farmers This Is lust I the place for some young physician to stop I Into It good practice and a Rood drug business An old ostabllsimd physician wants to rutlr t Iii tho reason for soiling Nor further partlc ulars address JNO 1IJ liAliltAGK Oloyor 0port Kv f l 1 fI r lV lV rrh 4 Invitations Cards and f tr IIAnnouncements for I IIIlWedditigsrrrI I I I Beautiful in Workmanship and I f absolutely Correct in Forni BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Lehnsrhy Cloyerport Ky A t rSrr- I rII 1 iZ A a h Sip t r Making Money On the Farm IVOat Growing By G V GREGORY Author of Home Course In Modern Agriculture v Copyright 1909 by American Press Association to wheat oats arc the most NEXT grown small grain It Is n crop that Is need cd on every farm for feed especially for young stock and horses In the corn belt outs nil In a place In tho rotation that cannot well be taken by any other crop The work of seed Ing and harvesting fits In well with tho work of growing a corn crop hence oats are and probably always will bo an Important crop In tho corn belt In spite ot these reasons for growing oats they are not usually considered to be a profitable crop The price Is less than that of corn and the yield usual IL v J rio VTI GOOD AND 1OOE STACKS ly considerably lower Most farmers raise oats more because they have to than because they think there Is any money In It If handled rightly however oats can be made n money crop One of the most Important points In oat growing Is the selection of seed that Is adapted to the locality Oats are n cool weather crop The hot mldsunimer weather of tho corn belt Is one of tho chief factors causing llo wont yields When the hot weather strikes the oats they blight and rust badly Many times they crinkle down and do not lll well Advantage of Early Varieties The only way this can be avoided In the corn bolt Is to sow early varieties Those ripen before the hottest weather comes und Scope ninny of the trou bles that affect later oats Early va rieties are much less susceptible to rust than late ones are The selection of rust proof varieties Is the only way of combating this disease since un like smut it cannot be prevented by treating the seed- Cxperimulnts at the Iowa experiment station show nine bushels more to the acre In favor of ertrly varieties The average of twelve years expo imehte at the Nebraska station gave the early oats fourteen bushels to the acre ad- vantageI In good out yeasthnt Is those with a cool sl1111e1the differ I aN1I els to the Acre less than the early while the wed him outs yielded n little more In had oat years and In the corn belt four years out of live are hut from the outs standpoint the early va rieties yielded twentyone bushels to the tire more than the lute and thlr teon bushels more than the medium The medium varieties are more con venient us they do not crowd In on haying and com plowing1 like the early ones do The um of Improved haying machinery Is shortening toe time re quired for putting up the hay crop however The advantage of early oats In yield will In most eases more than make up for the disadvantage of hav ing the work crowded during the first half of July Early outs have another advantage In that they give the clover a bet ter chance Where the onto are not got off the ground until the last of July and dry weather follows as It so often does the clover makes little growth and Is often killed out entire 13 With the adoption of a systematic rotation clover will nearly always be seeded with oats so that this Is a point that cannot be lIgnored It Is not advisable to ship In oats from a distance to seed the entire field Often you can get good early seed from a neighbor at little more than market price If there are no early oats In your community you can send away for n few bushels of a new variety and plant them iu a corner of the field by themselves If they give good satisfaction enough seed can be saved from them to seed the + entire field the next season In the northern part of the United States and In Cut ado where the summers are cool late varieties can be profitably grown In such localities they give a greater yield and n larger plumper oat Preparing the Seed After the seed lias been procured tho next step Is to got It Into shape to sow This njeans a liberal use of the fanning mill A largo per cent of the oats sown are shoveled from the bin directly Into the seeder Most farm ors who do fan their oats simply run them through once to blow out the sticks and dirt mud sieve out the weed seed It pays well to run the oats through the mill two ur three times to blow out all the llcat seed The work can be done In winter when there Is little else to do The light oats that are blown out are Just as good for feed as the others and tho heavy ones that are left ore worth sev era times as much for seed In ex periments carried Qn to show the tour parative value of light and heavy oats the light seed yielded fortyseven bush I itc r to fIii i cm to the acre the mecum nrtytour und the heavy sixtytwo The differ cuou tray liot be this srciit every time but It will always bo great enough to pny well for the labor of funnIng There Is tin objection to using tho henry onts for seed In that they tend to become n little Inter ench year This can be avoided by Introducing some now seed of un early variety every few yearn Directions for breeding seed oats will be given in article 7 After the oats are cleaned and grad ed they should be treated for smut Smut Is a black fungus that grows from a tiny spore that lodges beneath the hull when the out is In bloom and the kernell open When the hull closes the sporo Is held Inside until the next season when It sprouts and sends a thread up through the stem to the head There the smut grows produc ing n black mass where the head should be Often us many as 15 Iper cent of the heads will be affected in this way These black heads are not easily noticed so that the damage is usually underestimated The simplest method of treatment Is to spread tile oats out on a tight floor and sprinkle them with a solution of one pound of formalin to forty gallons of water This amount Is sufficient for forty bushels of oats Shovel the oats over two or three times until they are thoroughly wet and then pile them up nnd cover them with blankets or sacks The fumes from the formalin will penetrate beneath the hull and kill the stout spores In the morning the oats should be spread out again and shoveled over occasionally until dry They can be sowed wet but In that case the seeder should be set to sow about n bushel to the acre more as they do not Full through as readily This work should be done on n warm day as freezing while the oats are wot will Injure the germination This treat anent costs only about a cent a bushel and Is very effeetlve Preparing the Seed Bed One of the most neglected points in oat culture Is tho preparation of tho seek bed Oats do better on u rather firm seed bed If the field was In corn the year previous it will not be neces sary to plow unless the ground IsI very hard It should bo disked thoroughly however to cut up the stalks and pul verize the upper two or three inches It will usually lie profitable to let tho disk lap halt as this tines away with ridges and leaves the land In better shape One harrowing after the tusking loaves the ground In splendid shape to receive the seed Methods of Seeding There are several methods of seed Jng of which tho end gate seeder Is the worst and the disk drill the best The two main objects In seeding are to get the seed In evenly and at ap proximately the slime depth The end I gate seeder fulfills neither of these re quirements The broadcast seeder scat ters the Reed evenly but It Is covered no better thus with the end gate seed or since both depend upon the disk for covering The disk drill Is more expensive und does not get over the ground as rapidly but it distributes the seed evenly rind puts It at tho same depth The seed is dropped In furrows made by the disks and thor oughly covered so that one harrowing is all that Is necessary after drilling Experiments show a considerable ad vantage In yield In favor of the disk drillAt tho Iowa station the average of four yours experiments showed nine bushels to the acre In favor of drilling over broadcasting From half a bush el to a bushel loss seed to the acre Is required when a drill Is used as all I I Fin VIII HAVE GRAIN WELL SHOCKED the seed Is put where It can grow to the best advantage Clover has a bet ter chance in drilled grain The drill should be run north and south so that the sun can shine in between the rows on the little clover plants- Harvesting the Crop Preparation for harvest should be Wade by having the binder in perfect running order beforehand If oats are not cut as soon as ripe they will al most surely go down und be lost Great care should be taken In shocking to see that the bundles stand up firm ly If the straw IsI not too green the shocks should be capped as n capped shock will sued rain better A shock that stands up straight and Is well capped will shed u great deal of rain without wetting In much It ia much better to stack than to thrash out of the shock The oats will sweat some where and they will be of better quality If they do it in the stack Instead if In the bin It has been proved many times over that there is nothing to be gained by thrashing oats from the shock Oats that have been permlttel to go through the sweating process In u well protected stack are always of1 better quality than thoso which have beeu hurried into the thrasher = i d ti THE MUSTACHE Ridiculed In EnGland When It First fc Camo Into Fashion The custom of wearing uiustnclu1 did not prevail In France until the reign of Louis Philippe when It be cnmo obligatory In the whole Frond army In Ihiglnml the mustachio was worn by hussars after the peace of 1815 and It was not until the close of the Crimean war that English civil fans as well as English soldiers In gen oral wore hair on the lip Shortly after the mustache came In to favor among gentlemen Hornet Mayhew was passing through an Eng Ush country town and was Immediate ly noted and followed by a small army of children who pointed to his Up told called out derisively Ices got whiskers under his snour lIes got whiskers under his snout For n lors time the mustache WTI1 the subject of rnlltary oven after II was becoming common and the famous caricaturist Leech printed In Punch n picture of two od fnshtthu women whn whou they wore spoken to by bearded railway guards fell OIl their knees and cried out Take nil that we have gentlemen but spare our lives Westminster Gazette DOMESTIC FINANCE Pitiful1 Ignorance of the Average Girl Concerning Household Expenses Mss Grace Pitman who lectures on domestic finance before schools and colleges hind an Interesting exnerlciui recently when she lectured before a fashionable school for young women She happened to have Just been rend lug something about the army and noticed that the salary of lieutenants Is 1GOO So when she stood up before her audience she announced that the would explain to them her system of- administering an Income of 1500 which was the salary of a llcutcnaul lu the United States army A amine ran round the room which became almost n titter One sid right down In front of the lecturer had a very rosy face but did not look at all happy Miss Pitman divided up the Income showed what such a family would have to have and what the things would cost She could allow only 10 a month for service and that she showed would secure only one pitiful green horn In the kitchen The lecturers scheme allowed only 788 n week for food and she showed what could be got for that amount A young housekeeper sho said could hardly be ex pected to feed her family forless that 10 a week but nn experienced house keeper could do It for 0 As the lecturer continued the girl down In front looked more and more sober That evening she called upon the lecturer and explained the cause of the cheerful smllos of that after noon She was engaged as all hot schoolmates were aware to a lieutenant and expected to marry him as soon as she was graduated fn June But nowshe was frightened She did not know whether she would marry him or not Site had actually said Miss Pit man had no Idea of what It meant to live on 1500 a year She was plan ning to keep three servants Sho had no Idea that three servants could not be kept on this sum and her mother was allowing her to marry thlfc man with no conception of what It meant to live on his salary Talk about 90 a week for food Twenty dollars a week would not have sufficed for that girliIKept His Feet Dry Extraordinary conduct on the part of two men upon seeing the body of a woman In the water was disclosed at an Inquest held at the Victory Inn on the nogs Back Surrey A farm labor er named Sidney Smith missed his mothor one morning and on searching found her lying face upward In n road side pond Ho ran off and another la borer named Matthews who passed the pond also ran awns neither making any effort to pull her out Mat thews told thc coroner ho did not do RO as ho did not know If ho would be doting right Time Coroner The poor creature might have not been dead at that time You could easily have got her out I suppose I should have hind to go up to m- Imeos In the water London Mall May Do Road Doth Ways Palindromes are words or sentences which read the same way whether they are spelled backward or forward Here are a nuinber of good examples of this curious orthographical phenom enon Madam Im Adam Ajlam Introduces himself to Eve Able was I ere I saw Elba Napoleon reflecting on his exile Name no one mnn Rely root put up to order Sign for a drug store window Reads the same from the Inside na from the outside Draw pupils lip upward Direction to visiting school nurses No If Is rrrTlMon No fIt 1 cod art sees trades opposition Sentence from n debate Yrcka hakes Sign over a bakers shop In Yreka Cal Tho Flying Hours Twelve little birds fly by In a row Bright little birds are they Shining and free and an blue Aa can be And these are the hours of the day Tho sun shines warmly across thelrxvlnga As they flutter their way along And now and again In their joy of things They carol a daytime song Twelve rattle owls fly by In a row Silent and dark their flight Gray littlit things with shadowy wings And these are the hours oftho night But tho last of them all as ho hovers low pinkThisI like him the boat I think Youths Companion d i e 4 J r 1tW II v TT J I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE9 VHE LUNGSf wTHDrK ngs I 1 New Discovery IfOR GUCMS ooooPIIIOE I OLDS Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES 01 GUARA1ITEEDDATIBFAOXOa OR MONEY REFUNDED 1 R J 11 M 1 ft WEWiDDL I HIDES FURShiFeathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We arc Dealers and can do better for you than agents or commission merchants Reference any Bank in LouisvilleC Write for weekly Brice list and ship ping tags wefumuh wool bags free M SABEL SONS i ESTABLISHED IN lose 239 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY t 1 iTailori All the Intcst patterns for fulls itvii T ou ers in highgiitde Cab 11 rics Clothes mode by modern l t methods Fit iguaranteed Mod t ercte prices Expeit tailors em t played I t I 1 J H HUNSCHE CafperMuv CoCan ItonInd t tL rIIIt9au J I 1 SO YEARS t I EXPERIENCE Ar TRADE MARKS- DE81GN8 COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch nnd description tonj irulcklr ascertain our opinion too whether an Communlca- tlonastrlctlyconddonttal1IAN0000K on Patents eocurUlJualolite1llootl tf tctal natter without charge In tho Scientifici BMicawA handsomely Illustrated weekly Inrfost ell culation of any cclontiuo journal Terms 13 a soldbyallnowedenleraMuNN i Branch Office G25 F Bt Washington D C L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOtNI No 149 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloveruort I 507 A M stops at Irvington West Point Stltes and Medora only arrlv at Loulsvlllo t 7 dNoi 10107 A M stops until way stationsvutlort Louisville 1558 p ro Train No 144 Dully fant mall leaves CU verpori 157 p iti sto ti at all way stations itstot ClovorportMCipi Mystic arrive at Loulsvll1f 740 u m Train No148 Dally Cl vcrport accomridatlon arrives Olovctpon 915 u m WEST BOIWH- Mo I 147 Dally Henderson 11commodntlonA leaves Clovorport a00 a m stops at all way stations arrives Henderson iSo alO Train No 141 Dully fast mall and express leaves Olovur ort 1100 a m stops only at HawesrillH Lewlsport Mnoeo Owonsboro Stanley Hojider on and Evnnsvlllc arrives St Louis 1150 p m dollyleaves 0 p m Stops at all stations JNo 143uaily tit Louts fast tralDleavosClo reruort t lJtPlII arrives Kransvlllol35 A n loIt III stops at llawesvllle Ow ensboro amt Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141142143144 between Loulsvlllu and Kvansvlllu Tnrough sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 140 between Louisville Evansvlllo anti St Louis Until further notice Nol48 will beheld at I 4L 1 son at 035 pm u- A Fordsville Branchti EAST BOUNDti Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaven t uc ordsville 6A0Sit jrJVes Irvington 040 naTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves e Ifordsvlll1l330 pm p m arrives Irvington 580 1fTrain No 8 Sunday only 11Uordsville7OOamIrvingtong35am WEST BOUND i Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1110 am arrives Fordsvllle 855 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves livlngton 705 p m arrives Fordsvllle 1015 n m Bch DR W M CASPER DENTIST At Oloverport every Wednesday and ThursW day atDr LlifhtfootsOfflco r H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY +l thoCourts to countertoad cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOfllco USE NYALS REMEDIES You will Find They are Good For Any Trouble stockholders Coholdthoollleo J dbeingIn writing It Is ordered that wthe1snow i andUnudorstgnedstockholders riLandmajorityofInwrltlnothat 7 1 dlssolvonWitness4 1909 c HENRY HARVEY ANDERSON JB Ordered the the meeting stand adjournedfIIENRY HARVEY ANDERSON JailIrest and Seoy iItr v 1 + I= I t rUMOR OF FOURYEARSI j ft fiROWTU Removed by Lydia E Pink= hants Vegetable Compound I 4 PinklInmsj wn cyst tumor olI earsgrowthrp best physicians tlc clared hadA JIIUJf f i IcouldIarIgladtliatlfollowedi a friends advice nncl took Lydia E 101rjSs Pinkhams bege table Compound t for it has made mo a strong and well1 woman and I shall recommend it aa FRYLtndloyr4t Ono of tho greatest triumphs of ComtIiIreluI enemy tumor If you have I ulcerationgothroughi PinkhamsVegotable For thirty years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound mado from roots remedyfunquestionablevalue of this famous remedy and totwomanJlike special mlvlco confidentialI ntLynnand always helpful REVOLUTION IN I t THE TELEGRAPH Action of Western Union and Postal Arouses Public Indignation Significant Action of Govern f riCompanyRapid Service and Cheaper Rates I New York June 25 Several months bill was introduced In the Mas IsncltusettsI legislature requiring tale graph companies to forward with ev ery telegram the exact time It was 11 filed for transmission It was contend ed thnt this would Insure n prompter service on the part of tho telegraph companies that It would give the receiver of the message the satisfaction I i of knowing how long It had been In j g transit and finally that this Is pre W clsely what the government does with tJtters Notwithstanding the opposl tlou of the old telegraph companies the bill became law to take effect Jane hZJbkAclrculul order was Issued by the 1 Vestern Union company to Its office 1managers In Massachusetts Instructing ut tlieni to charge for carrying time time purposesUpus Stase For example says the letter III Ifa message Is lied at 1145 n in I Irthe words Time filed 1145 a m I il will be transmitted as a part of them v check and will be counted and charged wordsmt f The Postal Telegraph company also V Intimated Its Intention to make this extra charge This action on the part of the tote = graph trust aroused n storm of Indljr chek nation oil over the state and Imnirdl ti ate action wns taken to amend tho bill to compel the companies to carry the filing time free of charge Tin u press Is commenting In very strong terms on what Is called corporate In solence The Hostou Post comment g lug on tho matter editorially states It Is entirely clear that the objection of- T tho telegraph compaulca is not to tho expense or trouble Involved A very simple system of code signals would enable the companies to place the time of nlingupon I their state messages Five or six words would not bo required Two or three codep letters over the wire would accomplish the result at nominal expense and trouble The real obleotfon of the telocranh com 11f i Oriental Gold Pill M If inneedHusti dr a l ofatr Pills Safe I Speedy Sure Sold under 500 CGuarantee Price S3 00 At 1 rI h drugstores or send direct to us nwfailed in plain wrapper r Write for booklet Confiden tial Clfatsont free Desk G Esthetic Chemical Co 31 West r 125 St New York I Genuine Turkish Female Pills panics Is that the stating of tho tonne or tlllhg a mosFato tvouul reveal na long and inexcusable delays to vhkli tnossanoa are often aubjcilcd Hut tho reason why tho trle rnih IIs Used at nil U to save time lu transmit paysforright to know whether tho service for which It pays Is rendered In telegraph Systems abroad It Ile customary to fur nish such Information without charge and there Is no Rood reason why It should not be Bono hore In Tact thero should not only bo n state law but a national law requiring It so that reasonable promptness In handling Interstate mes sages ouldulio bo assured For sonic mouths u new Independent telegraph company tho TcIcpoHt lies bent operating commercially 111 Meg miHinsetts iiiul other Now ISuglnnd stales Ono of the features of tthis now telegraph companys rorvlco Is the carrying of tho filing time free of charge on nil Its messages and this Is bilns dono between nil points reached by Its lines both lu the East and Middle West Ily this system messages are trans mitted nt the enormous speed of 1000 words n minute over any ono wire thus enabling the company to do bust ness nt n fraction of the cost to tho older companies which operate by time old method of humid transmission Not only duos Itime Telopost company 1curry the filing time free but It sends n telegram of twenty flvo words for 211 cents regardless of distance und It has Introduced n now service of fifty words for 25 cents known ns role posts whlrh are transmitted by wire anti delivered nt destination through the rutted States mall A ten word ten cent message known as n Tcloeiml la treated lu the seine way ns n Tele post and delivered on a postcard Judging from the situation which has arisen In Massachusetts and the manner In which It has boon met by the Western Union and Postal compa nits It would seem that the public can loot for little relief In the matter of quhlar service or cheaper rntei I from these companies I Time Importance of this Telopost syQ tern cannot bo overestimated mind It insignificant that the United States patent office Is exhibiting tho system Jn the Interior department government building at Seattle exposition as one of the most wonderful of modern In ventions carrying a baste patent It IB the only exhibit of advancement In the telegraphic art i tW some toile during time tart ses sion of congress there was a demand made for government control of tele graphs and possibly the present later est of tho government In tile Telepost system Is not unconnected with that demand but tho Telepost company I states that Its sytttcm Is not fog sale and Its plans are being pushed forward for connecting up the east and west adding Important sections In rnpld suc cession until the system covers the whole count 17 Vlthnulll cennnrt tint dlmnnhfioa THE WORLDSGREATEST PARK Rhrenrlew Chicagos Dazzling Fairyland of Amusement Devices To seo Chicago at play ono must go to XUvervietr Great cities are attractive In gay moods and + tho metropolis on the lake Is never merrier than when disport- Ing itself In this wonderful park The Roman hlppodromo cannot bo como pared with this great park either la magnitude fabulous investment or at tendanceFrequently 250000 men women and children are within the enclosure of the rant and beautiful resort Instantly after ono enters the white masonry of the gates nnd till ho emerges ho is mys titled bewildered entranced Broad vis tas load everywhere to turreted pavll lions circuses theaters ballets Streets of Cairo ball parks casinos water chutes cascades electric launches miniature railways Vlld West Shows aerial coasters menageries Japanese pagodas and open air concerts by the worlds an est bands Elvorvltrsv is a festival city with Its chimes of bells peals of organs roar of trains cooling swish of waters dashing j muuof foaming lakes boat whistles stringed Instruments tomtoms euphonies of bagpipes chantlngi of Indians hymnals in sacred plays yells of cowboys reports of rliles and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations of a million birds and animals jubilee singing shouU and laughter and sounding above all tho majestic strains of Bohumlr Kryls great bandIts Chutes cascades GOO feet in mid air spray crystal waters In continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend In clouds of mist dashing downward until they slim the surface of the lake lash ing Sts transparent waters into foam Laughter and shouts of delighted passengers accompany the musical murmur of the falling cascades In a thrilling Wild West cowboys and Indians exhibit feats of brondho rid ing Tho biblical story of Babylon is en acted by 1000 young men and women In time classical costumes In Big Ottos Animal jungle Miss Dixie young pretty and fearless en ters a den of lions jaguars panthers and wildcats She seizes the jaws of a Nu titan lion forces thorn open and thrusts her head between great teeth that gloom dangerously against her white throat A naval battle between tho Monitor aria Morrlmac tho Kyfhauson tho mountainous retreat of Emperor nar bnrossa and Paul Reveres rldo are his toricalCamels and elephants boar laughing children in a Flea Circus tiny Insects perform incredible fonts n pony hippo drome Turkish dancors circle and giant swings motor and submarine boats dopp sea divers live wlines Bkatlnzr rinks velvet and nerlal coasters mechanical minstrels Thou sand Inlands waterways Japanese ten gardens Chineio pavljllons double whirls and endloss delightimparting de- 11At form tracts pikes plaisoncos ourts und waterways XUvejrlovr an emerald forost under an opalescent sky glistens with a silvery river ord sclntlllant diamond lakes At mnJdsothTimcr a rainbow haze on gay throngs A more beautiful fairy spectacle was never conceived n f rtIi 1 A Pressing Down Pains 1 1no a sign of serious female com dplaint that should have Immediate cttcniioo- ft I If you begin In time you can- S generally treat yiursclf at home tjt without the need of consulting a 8 physician bythe regular use of- TO Cardul the wellknown remedy for Pw womens 111- 3Composd 91 purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal 1ipgrcdients being besides t1 gen tie nonIntoxicating strengthen tag tonic BNElIF CARDUIWOMANS j i complaintsMyj A raiRodgers of Ilampdcn Sidney Vs JKjl was nothing but n walking skeleton Kffi from female trouble She bearIngdownache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardu and is f now entirely cured At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing sym DeptThoChattanooga Tons E 36 facing this Independent telegraph cmn paiiy ni establishing Its system filnii be materially minimized If not chit nntcd and when the older companies give such proof of their readiness to snatch at any opportunity to mulct time public It Is time thnt an Independent tight should bo given every possible support Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS O ASTO Rl A REVIVAL OF CROSS STITCH I Absurdly Easy Embroidery That IIs IAn Seldom Well DoneICross stitching Is ono of those nb Burdly easy things so we are assured that oven the smallest child can do Tot tine rarely sees an en tirely satisfactory piece of this old time fancy work a perfect expression of tho real Ill of dross stitching If you will resurrect sonic sampler dono in particolored yarns by a faroff grand dame when almost In her baby lmoud but under time watchful eye of a quaint Willi1hldeven she did not know how filaii cross Is seldom mode so that each and every top stitch slants but one way and the same way There Is an Intan gible method In cross stitching that produces the perfect piece of work just as there Is In knitting No second person tan take It up and continue ex actly ns It was begun It Is generally known that n coarse stuff called pcnelrpc t auras Is tits t basted over the iiuitolitl1 an n guide The coloredsllt Its irp made through Its squares nvd its sopmvitc linen threads nIl piId it when time work I I pill WITU ouoss woitic DIIuN Is completed The only correct way to cross stitch Is tho working Jn of tho undcrstltch in one direction and tho crossing of every top stitch In tho other direction On only n few materials of a canvas scrim or basket weave and pcrclmnco a linen or burlap of unusual evenness can the work be dono without this penelope canvas Cross stitching Is quite ns dependent upon tho design ns any other of the embroideries It may be just plain monotonous or else poshI tively fascinating In tho way the pat torn develops The till illustrated Is u bit of cross work with n design of blue peacocks comfortably perched on their red fence The hemstitching on this linen hucka back Is no tiller than time hand dono Low about the neck and oven tho tapes are finished at time ends Perhaps a childs bib Is the most simple of nil the garments on which this cross work may bo shown but It servos qulto as well as any other to prove time whys and wherefores of oleo cross stitching NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obituaries free All newspapers of any cou sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occur Editor 1H4- Y r e+ lmw r d wsr i eeln rnViM e MdMAA The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company cc = ==H F 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their old as well as the new address 1 I EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1909 i Iiiii Kentucky Editors Have a Glorious Meeting Busi ness Transacted on the Side Sam Under wood of Jlopltinsville Elected President Estill Springs Ky July 21909Editorial Correspondence Beautiful EstillI The members of the Kentucky Press Association r f arrived hero Monday evening and to say there has been something doing every moment is putting it in a mild way Everybody had l their energy stirred up for a good time and not a guest was present who failed to get Ii big slice of fun j Business was simply brought in on tho side merely to elect Mr I Sam Underwood president and Dan Bowman secretary and treasurer I A D Miller was elected vicepresident and Clarenco Woods orator I Tuesday morning the Association was welcomed to Estill Springs by Mr Robert Friend His address was splendid and the cordial spirit of it rippled through the crowd all week A Y Ford M 11 That cher and TT Newman of Louisville were hero Thursday as were bookedon the program There was considerable dashing around in the debate Resolved That StateWide Prohibition Would be a Good Thing for Kentucky C K Woods affirmative T M Gilmore negative The whiskey lawyer was drowned by the editors and before many hours ho was like a fish out of water t11 Mrs Breckinridgo of Lexington lighted her candle before the Association Thursday morning and the editors wore much pleased with the light she threw on school suffrage There was a largo at I tendance delightful set of people and everyone left Friday night reluctnntlyLounmOur Court House at Hardinsburg isathing of beauty and a joy forever It never appeared to better advantage than it did last Mon day The Circuit Court room was beautifully decoraated for tho I Teachers Institute and there were present as handsome and intelli tgentbody of teachers as any county in tho State can turn out The exercises were inspiring and uplifting Dr Corsons talk Monday afternoon was one of the best wo ever heard in an Institute No doubt his surroundings were an inspiration How wo are progress ing in educational matters 1 And theres no one prouder of it than this editor Judge Moorman has the endorsement of all good citizens for his work in renovating the court house and yard Men feel more like be having themselves and acting like men and not like brutes in a clean I house It took courage and back bone for the young Judge to do I ff 0whathe has done but to our mind no greater work could have been I i II done for the general good and uplift of tho county It is to be hoped i t f that his successor will carry on the good work iII himselff I promptlt dealings ready and willing to servo you Strictly temperate and a square man He would make on ideal circuit clerk and the Democrats will make no mistake if they nominate him I t l f IIIJudgea candidate for reelection No finer man ever saton the bench than Judge Settle An able judge a genial gentleman broadminded andp liberal this district will make no mistake in reelecting him It Itthe Democrats Independents and conservative Republicans allover county see in Vic Robertson n clean sweep for victory if nominat i ed at the coming Democratic Mass Convention II Everybody wants 1a clean ticket for the Democrats and likewise tt tonefor the Republicans The first one in the field will have the ad J r vantage The thing to do in this county is to raise more stuff for tho kit then and loss for the trusts N I It is tho duty of all good citizens to llend a hand in nominating good men for the officespOJ i II0I QOL II QOOI t 01piijI f 1 f 11HIS ISA L l y- k t i- H o 0 s t i SPACE FROM NOW ON r0 WATCH IT 0 0 C0GOiQOI0II m Read Our Story ry t = 11 Or t T7 WOMANS RIGHTS IN NORWAY Mss Gula Krog Pioneer Tells What Her Sex Has Gained Miss Gulu Krog n prominent Norwe gian delegate to the quinquennial meet Ing of the National Council of Women held In Toronto this month said re Gently to a New York Sun reporter The women of Norway have had municipal suffrage and have been eligible for all municipal offices for the last nine years and next fall will cxcrcls their rights as lull voters for the first time Though we speak of It as unl versal suffrage we dont really have the ware rights to the ballot ns the men have at present Before 1808 tho men of Norway hat suffrage with the taxation quallflca lion On that lute they got universal suffrage Next fall the women of Norway will begin to vote just about on the same terms that the men did be fore 1S9S with the advantage that married women cnn vote on the taxes paid bythelr husbands and unmarried women on those paid by their parents That is better than the men started with you see- The women of Norway have served on juries for upward of five years Often a woman is elected as foreman We serve In all sorts of cases Just as the men do They look upon us wom en of Norway as being Interested In the welfare of our country aside from our sex We have no childrens court ns yet In its place we have a body of officers men and women elected by the municipal authorities to look after the welfare of the children There may be women elected to par lament next fall but I hardly expect It You see with us the Conservative party is very much stronger than the Liberals or the Social Democrats Our ablest women those who might bo elected to parliament belong to the Liberals I hardly expect them to get in One thing we who have worked for suffrage In Norway have noticedthat a good many women held back re fused us their assistance but now that the work Is accomplished they come forward with enthusiasm and are eager to take part In It I believe the same will be found to be true here- In the United States HEALTH AND BEAUTY A cup of cold water before retiring and a cup of hot water in the morning before breakfast work like magic aa n cure for indigestion Almond mealI is preferred by some women to soup mud acts ns a pleasing alternative to soap at any time Tills softens cleanses nUll wftlens time skin The most easily digested foods which contain the greatest amount of nour ishment and are free frour gelds and stprches arc those best adapted jo the childs needs A glass of warm water before break fast is a tonic for the whole system If the complexion is in need of Im provement try squeezing half n lemon into the water Just before drinking Ila o 11z4 nice towels as you can af ford but pay lent attention to tho qual ity than to tat h rleirllwsj There ii little use tl careful tablmicd Ifat l j lngIa i weakened condition of the system but external applications roHeve auJ iJltII tor rile lids A pouiilo fur the pur pose la made from four grams white vaseline cud live centigrams each of white precipitate and oil of birch This is applied at night A drop of belladonna on n lump of sugar is an old fashioned remedy that is taken when symptoms of a sty are first maul fested At the same time the lids ore 4 he bathed in warm elder flower wa A skin whitening preparation that an be easily made at home is in the- roportion of two tablespoonfuls of oatmeal a half tablespoonful of powdered borax and a half pint of rose water Let the mixture stand three days strain and add a half ounce of alcohol Tho addition of the alcohol prevents the souring which is the drawback to so many oatmeal preparations If preferred Instead of using all oatmeal it can be mixed with half this bulk of almond meal Either of these washes makes the skin feel soft and smooth if rubbed on the hauls or face after washing The biggest problem of all to the wo man who would keep her good looks is the matter of wrinkles A generation ago she gave up without n fight but since the coming of massage and sum ie devices of all sorts she dares no eager hmdulgo J such disfiguration ns long ns It may be prevented One wo mans simple cureall is the cream bath She dabs her face with hot wn tcr until it is heated thoroughly then applies the cream fresh from the dairy letting it dry on her face She puts on more cream massaging it into the wrinkles particularly It is then washed with warm water and lightly powdered Nail Polish In Tubes The latest toilet novelty is a nail polish which conies in a tube and can be pressed out llko artists pigments The polish itself Is of n consistency be tween n cream and u llqud easy to put on Time case Is a neat little one nickel plated with a top that pulls off and furnished with an ejector to force out the enamel Delicately Put The first day out was perfectly bvoly said tho young lady Just back Irom abroad Tho water was ns smooth as glass and it was simplyI gorgeous But tho second day was tough and or decidedly dlsgorgeouB HvsrybpdyJa Magazine JJ 0IJIIIII o j fh+ RAYMOND Rev C E Scott tilled his regular np pointmenfhere Saturday and Sunday Cant Chappell is ill with typhoid u this writing tl Ahmed Cashman is all smiles over the arrival of a fine boy that arrived at his house July 1 Filmore Johnston had a cow killed by Hghthing last week Several from here attended the picnic given by the Modern Woodmen at Lo diburpr on last Saturday It is repor ted a financial success Why dont you delight the housewife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer Keeps it Its the Lowisport flour Mr and Mrs Thomas Hall attended church here Sunday and after church they had a family reunion vhich consisted of the following children and grandchildren Mr and Mrs Hayden Bassett and two children Mr and Mrs Levy Pollock and five children Mr and Mrs Willis Chappell and three boys Mr and Mrs Floyd Hall and four children Mr and Mrs June Hall and one child Mr and Mrs Frank Philpot Mr and Mrs Sam Johnson Miss Blanche Hall and Mr and Mrs Tom Johnson the last were grandchildren All their children and grandchildren were pre sent except one grandson There were a few present besides their own immed iate family This was very much en joyed by all and more especially by Mrs Hall who is an invalid and notable to be out much t Mr and Mrs Otto Stiff went to Lo diburg Sunday to have some picturei- nacie forMfclvin Mrs Jones of Louisville has been visiting at J E Mucus for severalI days STATE OF OUlO OITY OF TOLEDO I S3 LUCAS COUNTY N f l rank J Cheney makes Lath that ho IIs senior partner of tho firm of K J Cheney d Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County and Stato aforesaid and that saidI firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDREDI UOL LA US for each and every case of CatarrhI that cannot bo cured by tho use of Hallss Catarrh Cure KKANIC J CHENEY Sworn to boforomo mind subscribed In my presence thtsfithdlyotDecember A D1SSO SEAL A WGLEASON NOTARY lUllLJO Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of thosystoin Send for testimonials free V J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by till Druggists 75c Take tails Family Pills for constipation JACK HORNER PIE The Latest Guise of This Popular Con crpiece An addition has been made to the contrivances for curial navigation and while It would defy the skill of n Wright or n zeppelin to operate It has attracted considerable attention from all beholders It Is fashioned from 4S lt JACK IIORNEH WE crape paper and as the accompanying Illustration shows It Is carried out in realistic fashion even to tho basket suspended by tinsel cord from which depend satin bags for favors the mis slot of this particular airship being to servo as n Jack IIorner pie sMATTINGLY S ofIMrs Nancy Pate at Pisgah last Sunday Mrs Annie Holderman of Tennessee is visiting relatives in Balltown Mrs G P Burdette who has been sick for some time is im roving rapidly Mrs R C Mattiugly iMrs Ben Mc Quady and children were visiting Mrs Ida Ball Sundays Miss Malissu Mattingly was visiting Misses Euna and Lila Burdette last SundayMr rank Ball was visiting his bro ther Chas Ball lost Sunday Mr and Mrs Peyton Scott of Clover port were visiting their parents Mr and Mrs W N Pate last Saturday and Sunday F 11tg1tlyiIl hI ma MRS JOHN HOP- PMUS JOHN IIOPP Webster Ave L III N Y writes i I have boon suffering for tho past ton years with many symptoms Inci dent to my ago also catarrh and indi i gestion I was weak and discouraged had no ambition could not sleep at night and lost greatly in weight ItI tried otlicr remedies hut with no success until I commenced to take Po runa I now feel better in ovory ro spout can sloop well and have gained iI In weight I cannot praise Peruua highly enough for tho good it has done mo IIIt any women are suffering as I did 1 would advise thorn to try Poruna and convince themselves Pcruha has donw me good I know by my experience that it ic worth its weight In gold to any ono who needs it- Itl also took lIanaUn forconstipaUon in connection with Pornua and I found it helped mo where other laxatives failed jMowj Miss Malian Jolloy Parmole N 0 writes I have been taking your Pe runa and can say that I am well of the catarrh HI thank you for your kindness and your fldvlceV t nt Why dont you delight the houso wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewlsport flour Aunt Millie Pate will soon be 93 end is as spry as a kitten Crops are very good now but there has been so much rain there is likely to be a drouth There is a large fruit crop this year nnd we hear people willmake good use of itrI E QIQ017JI CHOEZD 1I2J1IJI C= Jill 101 E QI11QOI=Dri0EJIi 11 1 I 1I Statement of Condition 1 of o 0 r The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Kentucky 0 At the close of business June 30 1909 1 Resources Notes and Bills J26066451 Cash in Safe 16339 59 Cash in other a1ks7 39225 80 Stocks and Bonds I 18157 61 o Banking House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real EstateL 136 79 Furniture and Fixtures L 4 400 00 s Total 336724 30 i LiabilitiesFl jjCapital Stock Pad in 50000 00 QSurplus and Undivided Profits 12016 91L Dividend No 38 4 per cent 2000 00IAmount Due Depositors 272707 39 r Total 336724 30- VERY t o 0 N RESPECTFULLY ll- e t i M H BEARD CashierA IQJlf IQJIIcIOItlf lIf tr 10 1lf DIU U II t 10 Jlo 1 aati+ t 1 2 a ilS jtytiJ S i fi L I i w Rem dye CATARrHt Elys Cream Balm nMOauISt la quickly absorbed Rh soR cOkv tffqItelcanses thealstho diseasemem eOP brane resulting fromtS uCatarrh mud drivesVeyaway a Cold in thotlP31Head quickly RonaftW JPS IK D f i t mlsElynrasto4 She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 71900 T Announcement For State Senator 1 1onroauthorizedto IU1nource Jl W Owen of Lowlsport ns it candidate for tho nomluii IUon for State Btimtor from Uiu Tenth Homi r tonal District subject to tlio action of the Democratic party Wo nro nutcorlzcd to anaonnco Roy T Cnli of tho Hoyleyvlllo district tin n cnnlIdllte for County Court Clerk of Hreclicnrhlso county wibjcotto the action of tho Itepubllcnn party t f PERSONAL AND LOCAL I =vllle EmU Nolte spent Sunday in Louis Sunday L H Phelon was in Owensbort Dpnlt miss the shoe sale as it will Tx cloSc July 15 y Jake Weatherholt was home from t Louisville Sunday s The bargain sale at Sippels will close July 15th iI tr1 Mr and Mrs Henry Yeatrer spent ti the 4th In Irvington f Miss Martha Willis is visiting at C w Crad Orchard Springs t t Harold Gregory of Louisville is tlfvisiting Mrs Clyde Morrison Mr R B Pierce of Louisville was here Sunday to sec his family1 j1 r Miss Cora Pine of Evansville is r vfcltlnj Mr and Mrs Wm Pine i Come and see the bargains in T + t shoes at Siupels before it closes Jr Mr and Mrs James Bishop have ibeen visiting relatives in Webster Wi Alf Hennin LaHeist and Shalcross GaJofNew Albany were In the city Mont day jJ t Chas Hook went to Rockport Ind W Saturday and returned home Tues kf day Alex Gregory of LoulsVille is the 1 guest of Mr and Mrs Edward Gre gory Arch Frizzell of Cannelton was here Sunday the guest of Miss Ira Wine Mrs Graham Jolly and children are k t a visiting relatives at Sample this week Emmett Ford of Louisvillewas the guest of Mr and Mrs J C Nolt SundayMrs Joe Jones and Mrs Joe Cooper of Vanzant went to Louisville MondayJeff of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Annie May Mattingly Sunday Mr and Mrs E S McAfee 6f Irv- ington were here Sunday visiting relatives f Miss Leslie Newton is spending a week with Mrs John Reynolds in LouisvilleMr Mrs John Ridge and son Vernon Gault are visiting relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs S J Jolly of near Louisville spent Sunday at their old tt home Sample Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis k jtportt Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday f and Thursday c t Mr and Mrs L B Perkins and f Miss Virginia Harris spent the 4th I In Cannelton t Mr and Mrs Boyd McCaughn of Stephensport were visiting their son Allen Sundays David May of Owensboro spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Chas May Mrs Benton Eubank of Frankfort is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs R T Polk Mack Miller of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Jell Miller John Allen Murray of Louisville was the guest of Dr and Mrs R L Newsom Sunday Mrs B M Currie and children will H OSJNG FLESH in summer can be prevented 1 by taking ii1f f SCOTTS EMULSION cf Its as beneficial in summer y asin winter If youareweak and run downitwill give you 1 l f strength and build you up- Takea it la a little cold milk or vrutor it1 Get a small bottle now All Jrut IE STANOARO Qf THE r atli2ii ft go tu Nebo Hopkins county Fridaj for a months visit Mrs John Lawson and sou John1 Jr arc spending this week In Louisville with relatives Miss Jess Garner of Basin Sprints t spent the past week with her jstster Mrs A D Squires Oscar Dlaine Edward Morrison and Forest Blaine spent Saturday and Sunday in Cannelton Morrison Calhoon dentists downstairs 26 Fourth street botb phones Owonsboro Ky Claude Murray of Williamson W Va is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs A II Murray Mrs A R Fisher returned Wed nesday from a visit to Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis Tenn Mrs Frank Jolly of BanUni burg was here Sunday the guest of her sister Mrs Chas Hook Miss Susette Sawyer is attending house party at the home of Dr A Griffins in Hancock county Miss Marguerite Bush of Cannel ton was thc guest of Miss Louise Lewis Monday and Tuesday Mrs Francis Sawyer and Mrs Lloyd are visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston at Hardinsburg Mrs H V Duncan made the round- trip t to Evansville Saturday with her son D M Duncan and family Misses Iva Wine Esther andl Rachel Jackson spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Cannelton Mr and Mrs F N DHuy of Evanston Ill are the guests of Mr I and Mrs James Cordrey Miss Emma Clark and Kirk Kin caid of Patesville were guests of Miss Lessie Newton Sunday The Baptist Sunbeam Class will give an ice cream supper at Mrs Polks store next Saturday night July 10 Mr and Mrs Jesse Bohler and little daughter were the guests of Mr an Mrs Wilbur Gregory in Louisville Sunday Ed Whitehead went to Ekron Sun day He has the contract for plaster Ing the new High School building at that place Tarvin Baker of Patesville was inI town Sunday to see his brother who is in Dr Simons infirmary getting along nicely Gen David R Murray and IriIIH Beard of Hardinsburg wereI the guests of lfrand Mrs F DII Ferry Sunday Mr and Mrs Benton Ireland and little daughter Francis McGavockof Skillman were guests of Mrs Hilary Hardin Saturday LostA locket with the initials CA M 1901 and eight diamonds set in halfmoon shape Return toJ News Ofllce Reward Bro E S Boswell of Louisville I will be the guest of Rev Currie next I Sunday He will give a talk at thcII I Sunday school c Misses Margaret Stirman and I Francis Little of Owensboro were I the guests of Miss Virginia McGav ock Thursday I Misses Mamie and Katharine Johnson and Mr Herman Tertte of Louisvillie were guests of Miss I Emellne Lewis Sunday Arthur Gregory of Louisville and I Miss Pearl Jarboe of Cannelton f were the guests of Mr and MrsII Clyde Morrison Sunday I Miss Louise Babbage extended her visit from the Press Meeting at Estill Springs to Pineville where she Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo H Reese You dont have to go away fromII home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport c every Monday and Tuesday except j the 4th Monday Mrs W J Sherman and daughter Miss Margaret have returned toII their home in Toledo Ohio after aII visit of severall weeks to Mr andJJ Mrs Wd Bowmer Miss Jane Smith went to Louisville Tuesday where she will meet Miss Laura Lansdale of Cincinnati who will return home with her Thursday for a visit of several weeks Mrs Eliza Taylor of Custer and Mrs Amelia Cummings want to Hawesville yesterday Mrs Cumin I ings will go from there to Lewisport to visit her friend Mrs Wells Mr and Mrs II B Mays and Mr W H Tompkins came down lastI Saturday in Mr Tompkins launchI They made the trip from Richard sons Landing to this city in less than hoursMrs Hilary Hardin entertained the following guests to a six oclock dinner Friday Mrs Morris Beard and Mrs DavidMurray of Hardins burg Miss Lucy McGavock Mrs Chas Kiel Mrs Leon McGavock and Mrs Fred Ferry Dr Owen is a Grandfather Mrs I E Matthews ofJ607 Mt Ver non Str Philadelphia is the mother of a fine boy and there was great rejoicing- in this town when the news came DrI JJ T Owen the grandfather is spec yefLrsI r- n Fii y1l J t12 7 2 Advocating Nomination of lion Ben Johnson The press of the State has been busy during the past few months advocating the nomination of the Hon Ben John son by the Democratic party for Gov valor Those indorsements by the press must certainly be gratifying to Mr Johnson because they came unsough by him Men who know lien Johnso- r know that he is not a man to blow hii own horn he is not a man who seeks of lice but rather a man whoxa office seeks He received the position he now holds not because he sought a nomination so much as that it was the unanimouss voice of the people of his district call- Ing upon him to be their candidate Hi has truly graced the seat which he not- fills and has made n Congressman olf wnon not only the Fourth district may justly feel proud but the entire Stat e 1as well In testimony of the fact Kentucky is proud of her noble son Ik the fact that he is receiving indorse ovate from nil parts of the State for the position of Chief Executive of the State Present appearances indicate that his nomination by his party for that office in 1011 is almost a certainty He is looked to by the Democrats of thei State as the man who can place Kentucky in the Democratic column andi redeem the State News Leader Why Mens Hats Havo a Dow A bow is always to be found on The left side of a ninthsJmt JFhi2JsJLSur vival of the old days when hats vc7c costly articles In order to provide against tho lint being blown away In stormy weather n cord or ribbon was fastened around the crown with ends hanging so that they could be fastened to part of the attire or could be grasped by tho land The ends fell on tho left side of course as the left hand Is more often disengaged than the Bright When not required It was usual for the ends to be tied In a bow The bow became smaller and smaller dodso as long ns men wear hats f1JFi t A Delightful Boat fl i The following jolly party left Sunday morning on the Steamer Tell City for Owensbpro arriving there at 1250 and returning the same evening on 815 train It was an ideal trip and every one enjoyed it to the tiniest extent Mr and Mrs Marion Waatberholt and two sons Forrest and Leonard Mrs G L Crume and daughter Lillian and Mr and Mrs W A Roff Question Tho Servant In England the proportion of men to women Indoor servants is ns one to three or four In France the reverse is the case parlor maids being un known the one femme do chambre being ladys maid ns well ns housemaid The housework swooping dust Ing etc mainly falls upon the man servants One clement entailing much extra work for servants in England is absent in a French house This Is tho staying guest tho succession of visitors Outside private iiotcls and in the handsome flats of fashionable quarters there Is indeed no room in Pari sinn households for friends The words dine and sleep or week end visits have not found their way Into French dictionaries nor have dine and sleep or week cud guests yet become French Institutions It is easy thus to under stand why threo or four servants suf Ace In France while In England a dozen would be needed for people of similar menus and position and where three or four molds are kept In Eng land only a general servant Is kept In France Louisville Market Report Louisville July 6Wheat No2r- ed 150 Corn 77K cents Oats 57 celts Eggs steady at 18 and 10 cents Cattle Shipping steer 5 o l5 Beef Steers 350 and 575 fat heifers 350 and 550 choice Milch cows 35 and 12 best calves OJLf and 634 cents Hogs top 790 best lambs 8 and 8Ia cents PoultryHens 13 cents per pound roosters 6c young chickens 10 and 21 c ducks 8c geese 5c turkeys 11 and 12 cents Mrs J II McGavock Entertains r A pleasant party consisting of Mrs Morris Beard and children Mrs D H Murray and daughter Mildred of Har dinsburg Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray and Miss Lizzie Skillman of this city were beautifully octotained by Mrs John H McGavock aud her accomplished daughters at their lovely country home near town last Wednesday Picnicing on the Rivtr The following names of Louisville parties were picked up in the river encased In a pickle bottle just above town Sum Keith and a party of fishermen found the bottle The names are Martha Mily 2924 Portland Avo 10 years Frank Maybaum 2016 Garfield Aye 20 years Louise Bailey 2830 Slevin 22 years Coo A Waldner 2022 Garfield Ave 22 years Matthew Wald ner 2022 Garfield Ave 18 years Tillie SltJ1 els1800WeBt Main 17 years Subscribe Right Now l BABYS ITCHING WAS INTOLERABLE Girlof Six Months had Fearful Attack of Eczema Spread All Over Her Face and Eyes Began to BloodsCame Relieved in a Night and CURED BY CUTICURA AFTER LONG SUFFERING u Whon my little girl was six months hertnot pay any attention toF tthem but finally tho spots grow go largo 1 w that I sent for tlio doc wasti proYwhich I used for two weeks but instead of i helping tho eruption medtothobabymo an ointment which did not help either Tho disease in the meantime spread all over tho faco and tho eyes nnxlouslbotlo tho baby s hands rrd tho hnd to checksVerovvtterrible doctorsbuttheydollarswrithoCutlcuraoncoforovenIngcanimnginofind words enough to pralso Cuticura havobecometho Cuticura Remedies until tho eczema entirely disappeared Tune child is now threo ytars old and quito well I used three cakes of Cuticura Soap two boxes otCutleurnother soap I always recommend them soIj which sho had taken just after she was J SheldonIaCuticura Soap 2Sc Ointment 50c Rwolvent voidthrouvhdntCorpSoleoerJlaflca Free Cuticura nook on Skin Disease A NEGLECTED DETAIL An Old Custom That Should Bo Sys tematically Broken Up Theres one much neglected detail in the general routine of kitchen work so few housekeepers ever take It into consideration at llItho rinsing of dishes They make the demand of their servants that dishes be rinsed and they oven provide the second largo dishpan or waiter for the very pur pose Perchance they extract a prom ise from the lately hired domestic or their confidence In a tried and true ono bridges the difficulty But have you happened to see this done this rinsing in some well regu hated households The extra pan Is used or the waiter even both Tony bo called into service loot to what purpose when every dish as it is washed is turned right sldo down to drain an old old fashioned custom which seems to have firmly fastened Itself upon the average house hold assistant Does tho rinsing not take place even tually Oh my yes The scalding water U religiously poured over tho dishes cleansing the undersides of thorn and reheating them so that they are perfectly easy to polish Tho con science of the promisor Is easy as well but It remains for the housekeeper to suggest the Upturning of her dishes A Skeleton In Every Closet The expression There Is n skeleton In every closet Is said to have its ori gin In the fact that a soldier once wrote to UN mother who complained of her unhappiness to have some sow lag done for him by sore one who hind no cares or troubles At last the moth er found n woman who seemed to have no troubles but when she told her business the woman took her to a clos et containing a skeleton and said Madam 1 try to keep my troubles to myself but every night I am compelled by my husband to kiss this slot eton who was onco his rival Think you then 1 can bo happy- Alphabetical Time An English firm Higgins Dodd finding that there were twelve letters in their name placed a great clock over their door with the letters on Its fnco Instead of numerals They waited anxiously for days weeks hoping for some return but not a soul took notice of this clock At last amid excitement behind the of Ace window a man was sees to halt In the street and gaze ut the clock puz zled Slowly he carne to the door entered and drawled Say Is It half past Hlg gins or a quarter to DoddT PH Weekly Hor Bargain Wlfie Oh this Is awful Those cur talus I got at the bargain sale dont iuatch our furniture Hubby fieturn em Wlfle t should say uot cheap as I got them We must have some new furniture at once Cleveland Leader The Hero vv So Bllgglns has written a historical novelYes answered Miss Cayenne I Who is the hero of the book The man who has undertaken to publish it Washington Star f + I J j r WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOPS WHAT TI- MErc THE NEXT U H BIG EVENT IN N CLOVERPOR1 i 1HMASONS 8th ANNUAL H BARBECUE V1 H Thursday August 19 haOfcourse you will be there everybody has a grand good h NNlotsvgood Come to day Clock unveiled Thursday 2 p inrn 0o a C NOLTE BROyI IJ CLOVERPORI ICY ro I w WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP I WHAT TIME + m mm1 1 WA XTED35 fat sheep and two nice hollers the Masonic barbecue II L Stader Cloverport Ky FOR RENT FOR KENT Two splendid rooms In the building suitable for a small bust nessFolt RENTit furnished room in a resl convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at tho Nowsofllce FOR SALE FOR SA fFOne lair or more of Red Foxes N CHANCELLOR Tar troth Ky HEATER and cooker combined stovo for Nows otllce AI E Scholarship in Bowling Green University Howling Green Ky Ilrcck enrldgo News COR SALE One black mare 7 yours old1 oul1clllnellruntlo good family mare Dar gain Kd Attisson Stephensport Ky l b asrOVs lOr d 1 IIFOR SALE dwelling and HighSts com Cistern base of buildingI if Will sell at a bargain or ex change for dwelling house in i Cloverport Ili F ROBERTS Hardiiisburg Ky J t J ORAN AMOK 1V The Bloodthirsty Malay When Ha 11 Maddened by Frery Amok Is n religious fanaticism a madness under which a man makes up his mind to kill any one tic can untl he himself Is Ulliul Brought on by drink or religion or front whatever cause the process Is the sumo Tin madman seizes his creese and rushes headlong down tinI street cutting at every one ho meets To any ono win has seen a creese or a parang ell rt 1111 detail Is utmeceasarv- A untie running amok Is as a dot with hydrophobia but the ipanic caus ed by the former Is by far the worse Like the mind dog tho mmlmau in tot lowed by a noisy rabble who sooner ul later run Into their man told extermi nate him When this vengeful rabble Is made up of bloodthirsty Malays nm China aieu Us wild rage and fury arc beyond control beyond description The rlnuior and bloodcurdling yells of the pursuing crowd and the ever near- Ing shout of Oran amokI oran amok are Incidents which can never be forgotten by any one who has seen or heard thorn The bravest quails when suddenly turning tho corner of a street his ours are greeted with the cry vf Oran ambk and a few yards off he sees a Malay running straight at him brandishing In his hand the bloody crecso with which ho has already slaughtered nil lu his way London Chronicle Sleeping Car Trips hi have noticed one thing about sleeping car Journeys he remarked and that is that I always sleep bet tel coming home than I did going away Whatever tray be the cause such Is the case Sometimes leaving homo a man lins worries or thoughts that wont let him rest easily and by the tliuu he finishes his work In tin place ho wont to his mind tins swung around all right again It doesnt make the slightest difference whether I have an upper or a lower berth when I mako tho trip away Then I cant sleep On the contrary I can sleep anywhere on tho way homeNov I York Sun Gblfidren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAI o fi x r re i 4f m ear rrw swr fIJ J YOU JJHave zJ toJJ Eyes Trouble You I Eyes Tested FREE f lt l Glasses Guaranteed f Severs Drug Co t BANKll1- OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated = = c =Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits t t 2200000 SafeSound and ConservativeII 4 Small accounts receive the j same careful1 attention as larger ones andwe appre ciate your business find in lluencq Interest paid on Time Depositsr m BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEJlPO TJYII Musical ReceptionABrown What did your wife say tbout your being so late home tho oth ir night Jonos Nothing nt all She just sat down at the piano nnd played TelltMe the Old Old Story- IiENDERSON l ROUTE NOTES 1550 Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return July 27 good to retqrn 15 days including date of sale III 1500 Cloverport to Niagra Falls and retnrn Aug 2 morning trains of Aug 3j Aug 13 morning trains Aug 14 Aug 17 and morning trains Aug 18 IDofRegular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 toItIt 20 Jay 4 and 18 June 1 rind 15 July t0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Soptlrnnd 21 1 and Oct Sand 10 Owensboro Negro Chautauqua July 172324 1009 155 round trip fronT Cloverport good to return three days from date of saleIjJP Until further notice wo l b Sunday will be held at Iiendiw a connection with L and N trryawhich is tine atHenderaon 6JJ r t t1 ty 4vp r 1 r a IIII f j Jit I j JI ofttlw J t BY MARGARET MAYO LO- PYRGBT1933 DY DODD MEAD AND COtWANY 4 e CIIAPTEU IX o UG 1 turning town IWIdowDt wkker gate to the left of the 1 arsuuaK carrying bunting for tb social She was followed1 by Miss Per kins with a bucket of plfklos which Mnndy promptly placed on top of Mrs lilversons Ice craw Time women ex trained thatt they had route to put tin finishing touches to tbo decorations I 3f anything say seeded to liurease moody s dislilc of the widow it wus this Himnunceinont Mrs Wlllmiirhby was greatly wor ried IHVJUISCc her children had pot been homo since tin afternoon school ses son Upou hearing that they were With Polly she plainly showed her dls 1 lcasuro nnd IiniiKlan dispatcher 1I 5Unmly for tucui She saw that her tmpli I tUlrust of Polly had annoyed1I him ant she was about to apologize when two of the deacons arrived o the Scone also carrying baskets andI 1 arcols for the social Strong led the way He always llea tho way and always told Elverson vhat to think They had been talking ficcltcdly as they neared the parson Jflge for Strong disapproved of the re- Cent changes which the pastor had made In the church service He and Douglas had clashed more thnn onto SInce the baseball argument tend the deacon hud realized more and more that he had met a will quite ns strong ms his own Ills failure to bend the Sl5ars6n to his ayot thinking wa making him Irritable and taking his mInd from his business v Cnn you beat that he would ex tlalnT hi ho turned away from sonic disagreement with Douglas his tcmiKr- ruflled for the tiny Polly vis litI ily unconscious of the unfrlcdiy gu rs fist In her dlreptlmi 1 1assit curio rniiiig Into the pardon the wiiiuwK ivot children She imdiled tJIt ly iin lulln Strong who Gas ciming U i wh the gate then hurrlinl + Mrs V itinehby begging that the hllrn ii i Mowed to rcmnhil a lltii rllrr le wns making up a now rnmo she vidi mid needed WllliaI J J ind T time for the set J i 1- r rLOIWY SAKES I children do not play in proms I lJ t3 gauies suld tho widow Icily t but this isnt pro pro Pro rPoll stauimurcd Its a new game i I heri andI dont care to know The widow turned away and pretended to talk to itJuliaOh gasped Polly stunned by th widows rebuff i yShe stood with bowedJiead In tbv center of the circle The blood ilex her cheeks then she turned to go Douglas stepped quickly to her std Wait a minute lie said Sh- ii paused All eyes were turned upon l them Is this n game that grownups ran playt Why yes of course r Good Then Ill make up your set 1 need a little amusement Just now toccusa mor ho added turning to the pTe4cons Then ho ran with her out through the trees t The ilea ons and the women staredI m each other aghast kJWoll what do you think of that l Irs Willoughby as the ylug i figuriI hi all Itt Wg sz nndtlolS It you ar II stalk said Miss smc lHrjlnllII y y dry y qrJ Y- I The Idea of a full grown parson gamesdvh n circus girl She Isnt such n child sneered Tnlte putLIn Mrs Wllloiishby with n sly look at the deacons Au 1110 nwaltln to discuss the new church service bellowed Strong mud me awaiting to give him MM Elversons message piped Elverson The church bore all this In silence so long as that girl was sick snapped Miss Perkins But now shes perfect ly well nail still nhnnglng on No woodsy folks lire talking Whos talkln thundered Strong Didnt you know I simpered Mrs Wllloughby not knowing herself nor caring so long ns the suspicion grew Know what yelled the excited deacon Mrs Wllknighby floundered Miss Perkins tusked into the breach Well If I was deacon of this church somcthlngIgoing on n What Is goln on shrieked the 1now desperate deacon The women looked at him pityingly exchanged knowing glances then tw IlIIlI children do not play in promltcu OliN gurnet I said the widow lefty II I DWXT KXOW HAT 3My from shook their heads at his hopeless stu1 pidityStrong was not accustomed to crlt icism lie prided himself upon his acutcness and was above all vain about his connection with the church lIe looked from our woman to the oth er He was seething with helpless rage The little deacon at his side penttipewroth exploded Why didnt you tell me Clvet son that people was a talk vIn he roared In the frightened moos earElverson stammeredesounds so Strong agate turned to Miss Perkins What Is uoln ou he denmiided The spinster shrugged her shoulders and lifted her eyes heavenward know ing that nothing could so madden time deacon ns thin my terlous Inference of things too terrible to mention Slip wits right Strong uttered n desperate Bah luid began pacing up and down tho garden with reckless strides Mrs Willoughby watched him with secret delight nnd when ho came to withesimpering sweetness deA irluitcr and a young clrcuc gt 1 living here like this with no one to J rr YT i- 1J s 1wE Due iguuu uV1rUtUa in uita iiumi nut Strong now thoroughly roused dc dared that the eoufrroKntlon should have no further rauso for gossip and went rut quickly hi rcnrch of Dinjfrlns Whoa Strong vnb gone BIer on looked nt the not fares of tho woman anti nttotuptcd n weak npology for the pastor I lure ray time young man was very lonoly very before site came Lonely supped Miss Perkins Well If he witS lonely I didnt know ltIThe deacon excused himself nervously and went to join Strong The women pritliercd up their bunt ings and retired with bland smiles to the Sunday school room feeling that they had accomplished enough for the time being Strong and Elverson crossed the yard still In search of time pastor They turned lit the sound of fluttering leaves and beheld Douglas hatless tearing down the path Strong called to him but Douglas darted quickly be hind the hedge The deacons looked nt one another In speechless astonish ment Presently the silence was broken by the distant voice of Polly counting from one to n hundred The secret wns out The pastor a leader of the church was playing hldo nnd seekMr Douglas shouted Strong when his breath had returned Hush hush whispered Douglas looking over the hedge He peeped cautiously about him thou came to ward the men with a sigh of relief IIIrs jjll right She has gone tho other way Itll be a good thing for you If sbe never comes back said Strong and Douglas quick car caught an unpleasant meaning In his tone Whats thutT the pastor asked In n low steady voice We dont like some of tho things that ore goln on here and I want to talk to you about em Very well but see If you cant talk In n lower key Never mind about the key shout ed Strong angrily t But I do mind Something In his eyes made the deacon lower his voice Wo want to know how much longer that girl IIs goln to stay here Indeed And why Tho color was leaving Douglas face and his Jaw was becoming very square Because shes been here long enough 11f dont agyee with you thereeWell It dont make no difference whether you do or not Shes got to VTOoechoed Douglas Yes sir o bob Weve made up our minds to that And who do you mean by wei The members of this congregation replied Strong Impatiently Am 1 to uiHleiutand that you arc speaking for them There was a loop frown between tho young pastors eyes Ho was beginning to bo perplexed Yes and as doacon of this church Then as deacon of this church you tell the congregation for me that thin Is my affair Your affair shouted Strong h1I that prl iAI livid titI lei tle church roof PI Ma v nr 111 I lvi- Ju t one w ant Vi dunttIIi I undci rand J1 ur to t t i iihuivi amt r1 i t P i I v i I jr alas s0I J rriflvo n rnlry tII 1re 4 4 thh stn r H IIl f TC I 1toI II I j here are my puosts and not nests litI the church Remember that please There was an embarrassing silence The deacons recalled that the pastors salary was slightly in arrears Elver son coughed meekly Strong started You keep out of this Elverson he crIed Im rUnnln this affair and 1 ilnt forgettln my duty nor the par soils I shall endeavor to do my duty as I seo It answered Douglas turning away and dismissing the matter Your duty Is to your church thundered Strong Youre right about that Deacon Itroug answered Douglas wheeling about sharply and my duty to the church Is reason enough for my acting exactly as I am doing In this case Is your duty to the church the only reason you keep that girl here IINo there are other reasons- I thought so Youve heard her story you must have heard She was left with me by au old clown who belonged In tho clr cull where she worked Before he died je asked me to look after her She has no one else 1 shall certainly do so That was when she was hurt Shes well now and able to go back where sho came from Do you expect us to have our young folks assoclatln with ni circus rldln girl IISO thats IU cried the pastor with ni pitying look You think this child Is unfit for your homes because she was once in a circus For some rea son circus to you spells crime You mil yourself a Christian Deacon Strong and yet you Insist that I send ai good Innocent girl back to a Ufo which you say Is sinful Im ashamed of you Strong Im ashamed of you That talk dont do no good with me roared Strong IIo was desperate Ilt being accused of an unChristian attitude I aint asklu you to send her back to the circus I dont care where you send her Got her away from here iliats all Not so long as she wishes to stay You wont Strong saw that he must try n new attack He came close to Douglas and spoke with a marked Insinuation If you was a friend to the girl you wouldnt want the whole congregation upolntln+ fingers at her What do you mean- I mean that yonro liven hero alops With her and It looks bad bad for tho tiott lo Woman as Well as Mon arm Mads Hisenbl by Kidnoy and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and Icsscnsanibition beauty cheerfulRuwhen the kidneys are W out eased of order or dis i cwtKidueytroubh has I prevalents1 i ullconii1 born afflicted with wcnk kidneys If the child urinates too often I if tub urine scaldk the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these iniportantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWomen mad6 miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTimeSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar manyhave N iI I II by mail free also n ilf P f rEa pamphlet telling allfabout Stvinlp Roothome clSviapHoot including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to he just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle girl and bad for you and folks Is talkjn Are you trying to tell me that my people are evil minded enough to think that I Douglas stopped He could not frame the question 1 dont be here It he concluded shortly Youll be made to believe It If you dont get rid of that girl Do you believe ItV He turned upon the little man at his sll1euDo you believe It Elvcrsou- Elversou hud been so accustomed to Strong monopolizing the conversation that he hind become hopelessly lost ns tho discussion 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Dodd Mead and Company 1 1Continuedfrom Page Six i Htmil iui wnnt la utm bur niiNs roi ly said the pnstor quietly but firmly Ho turned away to show that the i StrongfolJowed m gate with a meaning not to ho mis taken Good afternoon deacon Strong hesitated He loolced at thei pastor then at tho gate then at the I pastor again Ill go ho shouted but It aint tho endl Ho slammed the gate behind him Quite so quite so chirped Elver I son not hr ring tho slightest Idea of what he was saying lie saw the frigid expression on the pastors face ho coughed behind his hat and fol tlowed Strong CHAPTER X l dropped wearily on to 1 IDrUGLAS bench Ho sat with E head and unseeing did not hear Polly as she scurried down tho path her arms filled with autumn leaves She glanc ed at him dropped the bright colored foliage and slipped quickly to the nearest tree One two threo for Mr Johul sho cried as she patted tho huge brown trunk Is that you Polly ho asked ab sently Now its your turn to catch me she said lingering near the tree The pastor was again lost in thought Arent you going to play any more There was a shade of disappointment in her voice She came slowly to his side Sit here Polly he answered graver ly pointing to a place on tho bench I want to talk to you Now Ive done something wrong she pouted She gathered up her gar lauds and brought them to a placo near his feet Ignoring tho seat at his side You might Just as well tell me and get it over i You couldnt do anything wrong he answered looking down at her Oh yes I could and Ive done it I can see it in your face What is it What have you there ho asked trying to gain time and not knowing I ui whole Pii fWd MJhow Pvc done Btimctlilno wrong sillI J i r pouted nt How to broach the subject that in Jus fficeto her must be discussed Ii jjprSomo leaves to make garlands for- e1J l lJtho social Polly answered more cheer t fully Would you mind holding this oftoaves i yy p where are the children es J S Gone home muchichesI l here ing for n path that might lead them to 1h the subject that was troubling him J 5 ntaOh no I dont like them I love c thomShe looked at him with tender eyes Youre the greatest baby of all A r goes puzzled line came between his eyes as tlS f he studied her more closely And tiSyetoulO not such a child are you IdEolly Youro quite grown upalmost daya young lady He looked at her from illea strange unwelcome point of View eyShoo was all of that as she sat at his I l feet yearning and slender and fair at I the turning of her seventeenth year I wonder how you would like to go awayhcr eyes met his in terror ov away to a great school ho added I f quickly flinching from the very firstI ase hurt that he had inflicted where thereI it tll are a lot of other young ladles le of irs dretu a win Electrici were 1 1 Am BlttenJ J Ctom riI Her i Succeed When everything else fails j ad hereIn nervous prostration and female i T supremedwell ZYLVERANDTornInon 4t Iei the best medicine ever Fold Itoverdruggists counter It t t Iii HER ARMS WENT OUT DLINDLY u IS It n place where you WOUlll le1 She looked up at him anxiously She wondered if his show was about tto move on Im afraid not Douglas answered smiling in spite of his heavy heart I wouldnt like any place without you she said decidedly and seemed to consider the subject dismissed But if it was for your good Doug las persisted It could never bo for my good to leave you But just for a little while he pleaded How was she over to under stand How could he take from lier the sense of security that he had put posely taught her to feel In his house Not even for a moment Polly an swered with a decided shako of he headBut you must get ahead In your studies ho argued She looked at him anxiously She was beginning to be alarmed at hl persistenceMaybe Ive been playing too many perlscuous games Not porisciious Polly promiscuous Pro mlsl1oUS she repeated ba ingly What does that mean 7 Indiscriminate He rubbed h forehead fir he saw tho puzzled Inc is on her face Mixed up ho e plained more simply Our game wasnt mixed up She was thinking of the one to which t widow had objected Is it promlscu ells to catch somebody It depends upon whom you catch he answered with n dry whimsical smile Well I dont catch anybody but t children She looked up at him wit serious inquiring eyes Never mind Polly Your games arent promiscuous She did ndth cansIl uooltyJJ bo asked drawing the missing article from his pocket Oh cried Polly within flush of e I barraasuiQnt Mandy told yo- uOYauo been working n long time on tyiati I thought I might help you if I learned everything you told me she answered timidly But I dont sup pose I could- I can never tell you how much you help me Polly Do n sho cried eagerly I can help more if you will only let me 1 can teach a bigger class In Sunday school now I got to the book of Ruth todayYou did lIe pretended to be us cncourlaI Um burnt sho answered solemnly A dreamy look came into her eyes Do you remember tho part that you road to me the first day I came IIo nodded He was thinking how care free they wore that day IIow imposj sible such problems as the present ono would have seemed then I know every bit of what you rend by heartt Its our next Sunday school lesson So it Is I Do von think now that It would l ii YOIIM FoUrs I MEASURING A TREE How Height May Bo Ascertained byI tho Triangle Method A C ever boy who Wnntcd to know the approximate height of a tree solved yio problem in this manner Ho got a stick and planted it in tho ground nnd then cut it off Just at tho level of Ms eyes Then ho wont outI and took n look at tho tree and made a rough Mtlmatoxof tho trees height in his minfl and Judging time sumo dis tance ulonr tl1a ground from tho tree J trunk ho pdantcd huts stick in tho J ground Tpon ho lay down on his back with ilsfeet against the stalHII l best for mo to go away She lookedI up into his troubled face Well sec well see ho murmured then tried to turn her mind toward other things Come now lets llnd out whether you do know your Sunday school lesson How daDS it begin There was no answer She had turned away with trembling lips And Ruth said He took her two small hands and drew her faco toward him mean lug to prompt hor Entreat mo not to leave thee sir pleaded Her eyes met his Ills face was close to here The small features bcforo him were quivering with omo thou She was so frail so helpless bo easily within his grasp Ills musclesI grow tense and Ills ups closed flrml rIie was battling with an impulse to draw her toward him und comfort her in tho shelter of Ills strong brave arms Thej shant ho cried start Ing toward hOt spoil drew back overawed lieu I I rooIwould never again bo a childII tbclessoniIstitltI Ij n hard voice if tausxmoved Her face was averted hot white lids fluttered and closed eauheDouglasspokewith her and with hlmlelf for the weakness tant wan so noar overcom = Ing their And Until sold Entreat me not to leave thee afterl1liceshe was struggling to keep back the teatsfor whither thou poest I will go and whore thou lodgott will lodge Thy people shall be my people and thy God my She stopped Thnts right go on said Douglas InmWe own voice Of Where thou Blest will I die Her arms went out blindly Oh you wont send mo away will you she sobbed I dont want to learn anything else Just except from you She covered her face and slipped a little broken heap at his feet In an instant the pastors strong arms were about her his stalwart body witS supporting her You shant go away I wont let youI wont Do you hear me Polly 1 wont Her breath was warm against his cheek He could feel her terra her arms about him as she clung to blur helplessly sobbing and quivering in tho shelter of his strong embrace You aro serer going to leave me never A new purpose lad como into his lifo the realization of a new necessity and he knew that the fight which ho must henceforth make for this child was the same that ho must make for himself Continueda lug stick ami IOUKCU ot uio cop m i tree over thitticl If ho found the lop of stick and tree did not ngrco ho tried a mew posi tion and kept at It until ill could just see tho treetop over the end of till upright stick Then all ho had to do was to measure aluiig tho ground to whore his eye had been when lyiiij down and that gave him the height cf the trco The point about tills method Is that tho boy amid stick mantle a right angled triangle with boy for base stick for perpendicular both of tine same length and time line of sight tho hypotenuse or long line of the triangle When begot into the position which enabled him to Just see the treetop over the top of the stick ho again had n right angled triangle with the treo ns per pendicular his eyes distance away from the trunk tho base and tho line of sight the bypotonusp Ho could I APILYINO THE TIlIANafcE MUAHUJtE measure tile base line along tile ground and knew it must equal tho vertical height and ho could do this without reference to the sun It wns an In genious application of tho well known properties of a right angled triangle Railway and Locomotive Engineering AN INTELLIGENT DOG What n Clever Collie Did With His Masters Plaid The shepherds who live among time hills amid on the plains of Scotland have to travel ninny miles a tiny while looking after their hocks of sheep but they would have to travel a great deal more If they had not with them sumo dogsrhelle friends are so wise and clever thai their masters could not do without them To show you how glover these doggies are tho following story is told of ono of them One lay a Scotch shepherd wns caught in a rain sbumiV and when he arrived home his lplaid which ho wore over his back In place of an overcoat was quite wet through But he Just took it oft and hire It to his collie dog and doggie at once went into another room carrying tho plaid in his mouth And what do you think ho did with It there Why to tho astonishment of nn English gentleman who had followed to watch dogglo wont and sat on the hearth In front 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solid Cream Balm which fs so famous and so successful in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Gold in the head There is relief in the first dash of spray upon the heated sensitive airpassage All druggists 7Sc including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren St New York F Brown Rubber Cloth Bags al ligator finish double flange frame tinned lock nnd catches cloth lined 10 inch inch 40c 45c 50cj14inch 16Inch 60c 70c Bags of Heavy Imitation walrus double frames leather handle cloth lined 14inch 16inch 18 145 175 210 y Oxford Bags genuine cowhide br ss brass lock and catches inside karatoljilined high class In every way at low priced as follows I 1 i 4- R rIri 1 Jra 4 Llfe100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave la Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was in con stant danger from wild bats Today tin danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander MeIs largely from dead ly disease If it had not been for Dr Kings Now Discovery which cured mo I could notriHVr lived he write suffering as I did ffrom a severe lung trodtlo and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Cdds obstinate Coughs null prevent Pneumonia its the best med icine on earth COc and 100 Guaran teed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free Tho Intelligent Censor Somo years ago a young man of St Iran Fcdowskl quarreled with his sweetheart and then took his grief out of the country About a year after he write to tho girl asking her to make up and telling her if she for gave him to Insert a personal to that effect In a St Petersburg paper not later than n certain date The girl was repentant too and she promptly got tho personal ready and all would have been well had it not been for the lynx eyed censor who believed it to be some sort of nihilist message and re fused to allow its publication After awhile however the stern official was convinced that tho personal was harmless and It was printed four days late It was a little while after when the girl received word that her lover having failed to see the message In print on the dny he had set had shot himself two days before it saw the light The best pills made are DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills They are small gentle pleasant easy to take and act promptly They are sold by all Druggists Probably Hanged A writer In tho Argonaut tells of the sister of Lord Iloughton who was fre quently annoyed at the guests whom her brother brought to the house Do you remember my dear he naked her at dinner one tiny whether that famous scoundrel X was hanged or acquitted 7 He must live been hanged she replied or you would have had him o dinner long ng- eChildren t Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA j Sheepskin MurvcreJ Kays of black walrus hand sowed leather hood sewed English frame inch C7 AA this sale UU 4 d J t She Wilt Decorato Governors Homo To Miss Marie Irvin of Boise Ida has boon awarded tho contract to dec orate and furnish the new official intuition for the governor of that state It is one of the few contracts of the kind that have boon won by women In this country In that city there aro several women who hnvo found furnishing nnd decorating profitable profession but mogt of their ronunlMsIoiui have como from womens clubs or uthor womens orgnulzatlotiB It la a line of work for which women nre especially well fitted Miss ItVln ttudled in art schools thero and In Chi Mgo returning to Boise n llttlo more tWjrnt year ago She arranged time for the last Inaugural ball In Idaho and It was her SUCCCJB then that led to the award of the present contract Vise Irvln alms at simplic ity In nil her work which when at tained menus tlio best artistic expres sion A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloos pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never dis tress or but always cleanse the system curing Colds Head ache Constipation Malaria a5c nt Severs Drug Co Newest Ira Kitchen Cabinets A spice cabinet new and most con venient stands about eighteen inches high and measures ten Inches across It Is fitted with five drawers all but tho lowest ono being partitioned off Into two These arc marked baking powder baking soda ginger pepper cloves nutmeg cinnamon allspice to show their respective contents Tho Optimist Well Its come at last Mary TUB cost of Mugs going down sure Con gress has reduced the tariff on air ships nutmegs teakwood tables and Japanese leltesPuel Feel languid weak rundown Head ache Stomach offJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bit ters tones liver and stomach promotes digestion purifies the blood Read Polly of the Circus Its Fine I If you have pains in the buck weak hAck or any other indication of a weakened or disordered i of the kid neys or bUddci you should git Do Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away when you tbo least sign of kinney or bladder complaints but be suro that you got DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you anti if you will send your name to EC Dcwitt Co Chicago yu will recoea free trial box ol these kidney and bladder pills They die sold here by all Druggists Golden Horseshoes Roman writers inform us that Com modus caused the hoots of his horse to bo glided Nero when lie undertook short Journeys was always drawn by mules that had silver shoes and those of his wife Poppaea had shoes of gold From a passage in Dlo Casslus there Is reason to think that the upper part only was formed of those noble metals or that they were perhaps plated out of thin slips When Boniface marquis of Tuscany one of the richest princes of his time went to Beatrix about the year 1038 his whole train was so magnificently decorated that his horses were shod with silver The nails were even of tho same metal Get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it There are a great many imitations but there la just one original This salve is good for anything where n salve is needed to be used but it is especially good for Piles Sold by all Druggists His Selection Mr Brown and his family were standing in front of the lions cage John raid Mrs Brown If those animals were to escape whom Would you save first mo or time children Me answered John without hesi tation Everybodys Magazine Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing1 her puro and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flour CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signaturo of 750 straps covered every way these trunks equal to the best 750 sale each strong straps r c THE GREAT Horomheb Did Mora For Egypt Per haps Than Any Other Horcmlicb at the time of his sion was fortylive years of age full of energy and VigorI nUd passltfhatelyl anxious to have a free hand In time cal tying out of his schemes for Elio reor ganization tho government It was with that In about thb year 1350 nc he sailed up to Thebes In order to claim the crown Had ho lived longer ho might have been famous as a conqueror as well as an administrator though old ngo might retard find tired bones refuse their office As it Is however his name is written sufficiently largo in the book of the worlds great men and when bodied about J315 B C after a reign of some thirtyfive years ho had done more for Egypt than hind nlmbst any other pharaoh He found the country In the wildest disorder it the master of Itself and ready to be como onco more the master of the em which Akhnatona doctrine of pence nnd good will hind last Under his direction tho purged worship of the old gods which for him meant only the maintenance some time proved customs had gained the mastery over the chimerical worship of Aton Without force or violence bo I substituted the practical for the vision ary and tQAmun and order his grateful subjects were able to cry The sun of him who knew thee not has set but he who knows thee shines the sauctuaryof him who assailed theo 1 overwhelmed In darkness but th whole earth Is now in light Arthur E P Welgall In Century Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures plIes eczema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your druggist sells Mules Sixteen Cents Pound The Ky News says A new wrinkle of trading mules was inaugurated this county last week when H M Grover purchased ten head from Fred Coffman by weight The price paid was 16 cents per pound mules averaged 834 pounds bringing 134 per heath Why dont you delight the housewife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer Ikeeps It Its the Lewisport flour quality Karatol Suit 200 Suit 250 Suit t or U inches deep with brass Clamps binding covers lightweight fold and inside straps inches brass and lock for J r 375 Suit 500 600 Suit very you ever saw the price lock value If nnd linen lined or ls I a Trunks tray In 10 Trunks I PHARAOH acces of ho it in j The For Taft Tsx Such a tax brings also Pederal superII vision and regulation of all corporations tt This is demanded by the great mass of American voters The 1- corptlrateabuses are weary of They are alarmed by growth of corporate power They seethe need of systematic reports nnd accounts for all corporations i Tlip Tnft plan a 2 per on the n income of all will In the end bringw Federal supervision corpor ations Philadelphia Press BELLS 0t THE They Are Htfng rna Little Rustic Bulldino 1nI Paris Time bells of the pastille are still in Paris in a little court In Avenue dEymwhere they are hung In a little rustic building There is no doubt aft to their authenticity They carry in relief their story These three bells were made by Louis Cheron founder to the court for the royal Bastille in the year 1701 Fleursdelis crosses and sacred figures adorn the 1legend The bells formerly were part of the 1rotI e On July 14 1789 the balls of the assailants stopped the clock of tho Bastille nt n quarter past 5 in the even Ing who the pris on three days later received the order s to deliver the clock to the I Itof the Paris militia who transported it no ono knows whither After the revolution the bells were found at the r rdEureror the church bells were converted into money The of the foundry was Interested in these relics and did not melt them He installed the three bells in his works with the movement of clock By time the dial plate had disappeared and the figures which belonged to It Some years ago the bells transferredvfrom the Roullly foundry to Paris and there they have since remained Lon don Globe t 1II Cheapest accident InsuranceDr Thomas Eclectric Oil the pain and heals the wound All druggist C sell it Why dont yqu delight the house wife by furnishing her pure and flour Your grocer keeps It the Lewisport flour 1lir 1 Gigantic Cash Purchase of Trunks Bags SuitCases Jit A Purchase That enables Us to Sell Traveling Requisites of Best Quality at the Lowest Known Pricesrv i t Sale Now Going OriMail Orders Promptly Filled I 1Summer Petticoats Tasha Summer Petticoats Washable f leB CON a SOPetticoats of gingham feer Petticoats of seersucker Petticoats of chambray in plain Petticoats of good I seer aF sucker and chambray to plain deep flOUl1CU and underlay colors very full flounce finished suckers in blue nnd gray striped t colors c STABU SHED with for stout 7Q f effects39c IUH V1fatnspecialvali I 1 Ifullsizeespeciala- t I 1 ext a-bvaluentmdtchfiguresspecial1 I at d- f h- rwa I 1 II SUIT CASES OF ALL SORTS AT PRICES THAT WILL BAFFLE COMPETITION llljlI r I I Bags GreatValues 11 12inch flange inch oft t trimming pocket nndoffefed remarknbly r 75thisi 00thfsaJejc Petersburg decorations inconvenience Condition experience This price therefore pire of Georgetown The I Cases Matting Cases Grained Cases OOCoveredI tor 7 leather and 1 size 24 anypriceoTheyGrained Cases Leather Suit Cases Leather Cases I o0Leatherfr handliedfor an extraordinary old r t 11 jTravelingR catchesheavy 25tblssize 50thlsI eY are values 525 Joy and left Argument Time the records for cent tax corporatiahs regulatfitt nndy publicity for BASTILLE lau ti Palloy demolished commander proprietor the this were Stops 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