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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7c t i i I i tll 1 f tTHE BRFt1KFNIllDGfhIJNEWS Ii iRf i 1 tSumALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT1 t L XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 14 1909 8 Pates NO 1 4 i w 1 nder The Lonesome Pinej j r utiful Little City of The Mount ains a Place of Rare Interest An i Charm Handsome Homes and Delightful People Make up The i Capital of Bell County 1 f I t f1 IDDLESBORO A HEALTHY RIVAL estled down between the Cumber id mountains of Kentucky a wonder t littte city has streched herself out ingle in shape and beautiful in build ville is her name Capital of Bell great mining resources and lid people are three points of her nance besides these Pineville has 4 means to attract a visitor pros or or wanderer business way Einevlllo is most i lire She nas every convenience v stores three banks and the I d department store would be i any third class city Bell H courthouse stands in the cen r ne business section and is crow th busy lawyers Electric lights Aterworks are two of the towns k t es and the magnlficlent school ng speaks well for her educational i ntages The Plneville Hotel is a story brick building and enjoys a patronage wjiich is due to Mr os and Mr Wickllffe On both sides t butter everybodys bread and le cant stay away from their eL rue Pineville Sunil that shines for t- t brilliant lights the mountains ery Iriday morning Miss Lena Rol IUtl he power behind ttfe press in the Itin newspaper office and to her a of credit is given for the tag of this splendid little paper i esidences in Pineville are lovely P of the sweetest places is that of nde Mrs George Reece Their is ideal and little Miss Genieve eorge Reece Jr ate the life of Then they are not driving in their cart they are making things plea tor their little neighbor Emmy i ne II and others on the block he principal attraction of Pineville 10 people While all of them are not orn mountaineers each one is in e with every path from the Narrows vg1 to West Pineville II couldnt the mountains now said Mr fY i Darnaby a former Lexington u4 and he expressed the sentiments oi whole Pineville JimJSatterfield was one of the uinst men at the coal mines He was ii bt anxious to hear about his homo vie and inquired about many n the shadow of The Lonesome tie lives the mountains fortunetel r For any small coin that you are Ing to drop in her pitcher she will j you a peep into your future Pine es guests tll go to her to get a plc of the things to be and her little t aches are quite pleasing here is much to tell about Pineville her concrete pavements to her stain tops she is glorious andone lk and talk and write forever his nest in the giant hlllst No f goes there who does not want to his feet in the Cumberland river for J is Hone your return to Pineville aid is certain Flay morning a congenial party of ille folks started for a ten miles I eyacross the mountains from joro to Harrogate Tonn The not only interesting but ex ir going down the mountain ove Cumberland Gap the horses cfjhtoa run and the danger did I r are uutl the wagon was dashed it the railroad where little Juno Ie ot The Trail of The Lonesome Irst boarded a train f er after a visit to the well i1 incoln Memorial Institute the d returned to Middlesboro where y were entertained at the elegant e1 Among the guests there was j Cromwell a former Breckenridge rlj Her son Chas Dean Cromwfcll 1dhetcharming daughter Manda 41wel1 were there with her for the t ffr After a visit to the News ffoffice the train for Pine vill Aon schedule time and picked up f o tn f fibJ I the following Misses Ida Moss Mabel Osborne Daisy and Lucy Burchfield Mary Bingham Louise Babbage Mes srs John Chelf Wm Cjielf R L Bowman L Bollng Joe Blake Jack Met calf Mr Young Capt Burgis Mr Parks Mrs Reece Mr and Mrs Burchfield Mr and Mrs Burchfield and Mrs Brooking With reluctance lid the Cloverport girl tell those hospitable I friends goodbye- If the transportation had been back by the way of Richmond peshaps the departure would not have been so hard for the two hours spent there On the way from dear old Eslill were more than pleasant Mayor Woods turned over the Key of the city to a qno 2000th part df Cloverport and Mr Murray Smith kept his machine on the go until the town had been seen Mr and Mrs Harry Hills former Cloverporters opened wide their doors and gave the unexpected vislto n cordial welcome Mrs Oelze was trying to make up her mind to leave her grandchildren Many Dee Hills and Chas Alfred Oelze the fine son of Mr and Mrs Walter Oelze l i Little Miss Julia Hills was planning to- i i come to Cloverport =JIZI IDIue Grass and the mountains Estill anS Irvine a1i so beautiful and peopIe so charming that dwell therein but home Everybody knows what that is- LOUISE t i IThis picture dont need to be named Every man woman und child in the county knows And no man stands higher with the people ofaU classes high And low rich and poor and of every walk in life Not because he is a Democrat but because he is just a i plain everyday good mann man who is the same today tomorrow and every day A more fit man could not be found to head the Democratic ticket InI this county Democrats from all sections of the county should see to it that he is nominated next Monday- i Bids For Addition Tojj Public School Building Fqr prnSand specifications for new building see Chairman of School 1 I3oardDr P L Lightfoot who will furnish plans and specifications to any one wishing to bid on this work J All bids sealed and must be in the j hands of Chap B Skillman not later than 1 July201900Dr oot Chairman J KingswQpd Camp Meeting Rev JVW Hughes of KinRSwood went to Louisyjll Monday He says Kings oqi3 growing Lind his school prospering He wants everybody to J jfttfcad the damp jatiag to be heldII there nextrkanth CI i 11 ti1iiJ f i t I t COL ATTILIA COX DIES LOUISVILLEd Was President of le Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Co and Chairman Directors of Columbia Trust Company r MAN POSSESSED OF WONDERFUL ABILITY R h m n Col Attilla Cox Louisville Kv July 7Attilla Cox died at 1016 oclock this morning at his home 1436 Third avenue this city Mr Cox had heed ill for several weeks and while his condition had been canIsfdered hopeless he had shown a little improvement recently Tbo news of his death caused wide spread sorrow throughout the city He was horn in Ghent Ky sixty seven years ago When a youth he went to Warsaw and later with Florian James and Luke his brothers went to Oweuton where they became leaders in sorial commercial andpoliticatcircles Ho was elected to the state senate and and was prominently for Joe Blackburn when he defeated Cerro Gordo Williams and when Cleveland was elected president Joe Blackburn mindful of his friend had hint appointed collector of internal revenue at Louisville and ho re moved to the metropolis in 1885 Before leaving Owenton he had been cashier of the First National bankof that town and he soon became interested in financial institutions in Louisville He became president of the Mechanics Savings Bank and Trust Company which he organized and later he be came president of the Columbia Trust company which he consolidated with his other company That company prospered with him at its head Mr Cox was interested in many institutions He was a director of the Louisville Traction company and a director of the Springfield Railway and Light company of Springfield 111 Ho was appointed receiver of the old Texas road in 1893 aud reorganized it in 1896 Forty years ago Mr Cox was married to Miss Kate Martin the daughter of judge John B Martin a prominent pol itician of Owen county and for many years county clerk Three children were born to them two sons Attilla Cox Jrt member of the law firm ofI Traube Doolin Cox and Lieut Sox a lieutenant in the United States navy and a daughter who died two years ago Asilefrom ins wife and two children Mr Coxes survived by two brothers VnlonlNaboulster of the Lf HrSt Lrailroad Mn Cox teas amemDir ofrboth the 4 Pendennis and the Countrr club He was a member of Christ Church Cath edral and was always interested in char itable work Funeral Service Funeral services over the body of Col Attilla Cox were held Friday at 4 p m from the residence at 1436 Thirdavenue The Rev Charles E Qraik dean of Christ Church Cathederal of which Col Cox was a member officiated The bur ial was in Cave Hill cemetery The ac tive pallbearers were selected from among Col Coxs associates in the Louisville and Henderson railroad and the Columbia Trust Company The honorary pallbearers were selected from those with whom Col Cox had various relationsThe pallbearers were A Y Ford J Lithgow Smith R HughCourt enay JrJ D Winstou LJ Irwin Ridgley Cayce George H Lamkin L M RenderThe pallbearers were L W Botts M H Smith Oscar Fenley Harry Weissinger John L Helm Sam uel A Culbertsqn Richard W Knott Baylor Hicknian Andrew Cowan John W Green A D Stewart F M Sack ett T J Minary Alex P Humphrey John H Caperton John C Strother John C Doolan Thomas R Gordon 0 E Claggett John W Price James P Helm Charles T Ballard S S Bush John M Atherton Charles W Gheens John W Barr Jr Logan C MUrray John B Castlerrau Charles C Carter J M Fetter William L Halsey Char WIE Bayley John I Jacob Samuel CHS MontIfort James G McCullough W W Tapp E H Ferguson Republican Committee Called Chairman John P Haswell rhaiissued a call for the meeting of the Re publican County Committee for Satur day Jnly 24 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of fixing time place and manner of selecting Republican nominees for the various county offices Read Our Story 0- ENTERTAINED FOR MRS CRUME V Mr and Mrs Marion Weather holt Entertain a Few Friends in Honor of Guest EVENING PLEASANTLY SPENT Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt most pleasantly entertained a few of their frends last Thursday evening in honor of their quest Mrs G L Cntrrje of Elizabethtown The evening was speutjn a pleasant manner in social conversation inter spersed with songs rendered by the Misses May Miss Carrie Pate and W A Roff and numerous instrumental lections by the Misses May after which nfrcshments were served consisting of sherbet cream and cake Those pre sent were Rev and Mrs J T Lewis GITagueJ Mr and Mrs W A Rolf Misses Eva and Eliza May Miss Carrie Pate little Miss Lillian Crume and Masters Forrest and Leonard Weatherholt AGED WOMANPASSES AWAY Mrs Amy Alexander pies At Her Home At BurasAgecl Sev entySeven BURIED ON OLD HOME PLACE Mrs Amy Alexander relict of Hardin Alexander who died twenty eight years ago peacefully passed away at peace with her Maker and all mankind at4 oclock Sunday morning at her home near Buras She was born in 1832 the daughter of Sanford Pool near Axtel Her seventyseven years have been busy useful helpful ones She was the mother of fifteen children nine of whom survive her Her living sons are John Jr Hustou Sanford Morris Ben and George The dau ghters two of whom live in Texas are Susan Amanda and Martha The remains were laid to rest on the old home place Monday after nopnin the presence o + a large crowd of relatives and friends To All Democrats of- Breckenridge County t The Democratic County Executive Committee of Breckenridge county conscious of their responsibility to the Democrats of the county and anxious to meet to the fullest extent the trust placed in them have after public con ference and open committee meeting and after being advised by a number of Democrats present and a large majority of the committee favoring a mass con vention as the best method of making the Democratic nominations for the county offices to be filled at the coming November election Now therefore the Democratic County Executive Com mittee hereby orders a Mass Conven tion to be held at the court house in Hardinsburg IVon Monday July 10 lOOg at the hour of i oclockp m for the purpose of nominating candidates for all the county offices to be filled at at the next regular election to be held in the county of Breckenridge Novem ber 2 1909 All Democrats who shall pledge their support to the nominees of said conven tion and to its other acts are eligible to participate in and are cordially in vited and urged to be present and take part in this convention By order of the committee T J Moore Chm Ed Dillon Sec Rough Creek Goes Wild The heavy rains of last week put thoFallsnearly all the crops Along the creek have been swept away The loss is great and many farmers Most their entire crops1 ttv I K ll- T4 I f MASONS WILL GIVE AWAY 300 i t I 1 At Their Annual Picnic At Hard insburg August 7C 1di 1 Of 50 Wjll Be Awar t Second Prize To The Most iPopular young Ladyff n i GREATEST CONTEST EVER HELD The Masons have decided to giveaway l at their big picnic to be held at Hardinsburg Kentucky Saturday August 7th 1909 a 300 horse buggy and harness as first prize and 50 in gold as second prize to the most populaJyoung lady in western Kentucky The conditions are as follows 1 FIRSTAny girl or lady over the age of sixteen years of age who is reicommended by two Masons of any lodge in Kentucky may enter the con 4 test ISECONDTwo kinds of tickets wl1lil be issued Dinner tickets which will I count for 25 votes and Special tickets which will couut for 100 votes l Each ticket will sell for 25 cents o THIRD The contest will begin at onto and close at 5 oclock P 3HI 4ugcust 7th lOOg when the 4disinterestdcounted by a committee of persons and the winnrs announced or 4 FOURTH Tickets of eithbr kind may ba procured by calling on or writing Mj B Kincheloe of theBank of Hardiusburg Trust Co at Hardinsburg Kentucky Every contestant will be requiredtot raccount for every ticket they receive but they may return all unsold ticktn and receive credit therefor FIFTH Xhe Contestant receiving the highest number of votes will re f cell b the HORSE BUGGY AND HAR NESS valued at 300 and the contes tant receiving the next highest number of votes will receive the second prize x FIITY DOLLARS IN GOLD This is thegreatest and biggest con test ever gin by any picnic GetFry busy Enter nt once In Honor Of Little Miss Lillian Crume i Mrs Marion Weatherholt enter tained Thursday evening from 3 to 7 in honor of little Miss Lillian Crume of Elizabethtown Ky who has been r the guest of Forrest Dryden and Leonard Reynolds Weatherholt the past two weeks The dining room was beautifully decorated with roses and carnations Mrs Roff and Mrs Crume assisted in receiving Delicious refreshments were served to the little folks which they enjoyed very much The boat ride which was to have been oat of the greatest features of thq entertainment was a failure on account of the rain Those who were present were Louise e Nichols Mary Benton Arthur flew ton Clara May Seaton Willia War ren Seaton Virginia Perkins Lillian McCracken Selby McCracken Mary t Owen Oelze Ruby Haynes Hook Elizabeth Moorman Hook Tula Bab bage Rosa Sippel Selma Sippel Cissel Simons Henry May Simons I Beatrice Tague Lillian Polk Gensle Wills Bernice Tucker Leila Tucker Cathaleen Squires Mildred Gurrrisey t Mary Christena Hamman Emily Reid Billy Reid Mary Pate Lillian Crume ti 2 MASS CONVEN ry TION ORDERED To Name Delegates Firstl Dis t trict Convention i ffL Bowling Green Ky July tiAt st meeting of the executive committees men representing First Rail dit Commissioners District held at Rw iV sellville today mass conventionalJi were ordered to be held In the YarloUs tcounties on August 23 to select dele gates to a convention to be held at Owensboro on September 2 fort ipurpose of selecting a Democratic nominee for railroad commiyelonerc tt xGCommittee for the lStat ittLawrence G Flaw xki Jtlii rcnoutceilcsttdwlate ht to I S T Y f iIk w- l I I j 3 1 1ANNUAL MEETING Travelers Protective Association ASHEVILLE N C c I May 31June 51 1909 L Southern Railway is the shortest line to Very low rates will be authorized open AshevilleIIw opportunity of going to Asheville and ous section of Western North Carolina t Ask any Houthern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules xporwrite met IF trl rs J C BEAM Jr A G P A I MotlI m t1A I G BALL Mgr MILFORD FRANK IIARDEE DALL t tDL BALL Sc FRANK I Livery Feed and Sale StableL f I Iardinsburg Kentucky y Special Attention Given to Traveling Men Bus Meets all Trains Cumberland Telephone NO4 General Transfer Business First Class Rigs at all Hours i I c Real Estate Department I Do youwantI to buy a farm or businees 3 If you do you I interestI s name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you t are looking for I Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in priceI r- ii Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onto f fandlot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together 1 1Thisdepartment is conducted solely for the purpose ofI enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbagec otItcultlvaI corn whout and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell lug log dwelling V rooms and sldo room stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant housesfood good timber for farm purposes good hind to clear 1rlco 2000 4 cash sSalesi 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sues 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man withe a small capital to drop right into a good writek51 JNO D BARRAGE Cloverport Ky 3 950rot Kcrcs on Hnrdlnsburg andp Of Sinking road a miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith soup nil necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation und pasture acres in timber white oak black oak beech IoodAgood easy terms on balance Cfm 76 acres shunted IIH miles from f JJOUU Holt Joins GabB Pierce Illdgn loud t duelIBOx 6 tout 1 nqverfulllng sprlug two ponds ThIs Is good tobacco wheat und corn lund 2t0 tnidbeechGood road to StephensporfJH miles and good road to Hoi 1H tulles This farm is not worn thefartsfamilyII AvenueVellmonthtfcl 701M acres on Hardlnsburg and milesfroma good big burn so acres In oak and beech timberhooch 1 beImuledLimestoneland yearroundeasy paymentstpOH SALE A farm containing 250 acres and1 tallI 15 rooms two cisterns u walled collar with u store room over It two goal stock barns one tenant house about 6110 uppla and peach treos also pours quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits including a vlnyurd of choicest grapes 200 acres niceq balance In woods 145 acres In grass sovwa groves ot olack locust sulllclont for posts tc wire tho whole farm in It lies near Ekror on L 11 St L It It price Is 5000 or long and easy p3vruentsr FOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded I by goonprosperous farmers This is Just I the pluce for some young physician to stepcInto u good practice drug An old established physician wants to retirE Is the reason for selling vor further partIetulars address JNO D BAUBAQE t port Kv o I I rt II I JIll r 1II = Invitations Cards andIAnnouncements for i i July WeddingsBea- utiful f in Workmanship and absolutely Correct in Form BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I Cloverport Ky r r rSr rTh 1U ti rTh Ur ir f I LA- t F J Making Money On tip Farm VWheat Raising By G V GREGORY Author of Nome Course In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Presi Association of the most important grain ONE grown In this country Is It is second in value nnd acreago only to corn Not withstanding the great importance of the wheat crop but little attention has been paid to Improved methods of culture Wheat is largely looked upon as an extensive crop Most farms in tho wheat belt are large This is especially truo of the spring wheat belt In northwestern United States and south ern Canada It is no uncommon sight there to see a section or more in one field Wheat follows wheat year after year Little live stock is kept and no manure is applied to the land Under this treatment tho seemingly exhaust t r r npe IIIlIlIIlI IIl t Flu IX UAHVESTEn AT WOR- Kless supply of fertility is becoming worn out The humus especially has been used rapidly with no source of renewal Usually it docs not take more than a decade of continuous wheat growing to reduce the yield one half Conditions In the winter wheat belt are not so bad but there is much room for Improvement there also Not only Is continuous wheat growing hard on the soil but It docs not distribute the work evenly throughout the year In the spring there Is a rush to got the seed in In the fall there Is a still greater rush to get the crop harvested thrashed The rest of the year there is little to do What tho wheat farmer needs is diversification more live stoel more crops and rotation The wheat belt and the corn belt should be mIxed up more Many farmers In the corn belt raise wheat as one of the leading small grain crops Many would Hud It profitable to do so Classes of Wheat Wheat is divided Into two general classes winter and spring vVlntcr wheat is sown In the fall makes a considerable growth and comes up anti heads out the next season Spring wheat Is sown III the spring in much snore nuuinor ns oats In Minne sota the Daliotns and other state of the Rime latitude or farther north sprIng wheat Is the only kind that can be grown successfully since tho se vere winters are fatal to the fall sown varieties In tho northwest however the warm winds from the Pacific so the climate that winter wheat can be grown successfully Far south in the winter wheat belt the bulk of the wheat Is sown in tuft fall There are many objections to winter wheat It does not make as high a- uality of flour owing to the smaller gluten content It is the gluten that gives the gummy consistence to bread dough that causes It to rise when with yeast Winter wheat occasionally winter kills resulting in a loss of tho seed and the work of seed- Ing Tho most serious objection in the orn belt is that It does not work In well after corn which is the accus tomed place for small grain in the ro tation These objections are overbal anced however by its greater yield Ing ability The start which it gets in tho fall enables it to come up much more vigorously In the spring and give about twice as many bushels per aero as can be obtained from tho spring varietiesWheat Is further subdivided into hard and soft varieties The soft wheat makes a flour that Is unsuited to brcadmaklng because of Its lack of gluten It is used extensively in mal ing crackers The amount of soft wheat grown for market is compara tively small A new variety of wheat known us macaroni has been introduced into the western states within the last few years It is very high in gluten ands ranch used In the manufacture otI macaroni it docs not make a very high quality of bread owing to its yel lowisb color The chief advantage of macaroni wheat is that it can be grown in regions where the rainfall Is too scanty for the standard varieties Will Wheat Run Out There is a widespread Impression that wheat will run out if grown in the same locality for1a number of yells Experiments at a number of stations show that this is not so Tho real cause for wheat running out Is continuous culture on the same land with little attention paid to seed selection Another fact that experiments have brought out Is that tho standard varieties are I 8uperlor to west of the new ones Ever year seedsmen make clalmsJet wonderful yields obtained from new varieties not only of wheal tAa r out or other ropsns well in ncst cases these claims are Jntlrely unfounded Before Introducing a new Variety It will pay to write to your experiment station for lInformation regarding It Even If they recommend it the safest plan Is to try only a few acres at first until you see whether or not it is adapted to your lparticular locality Where winter wheat can be grown It will spay to raise It In spite of its dis advantages lIt can bo worked Into tho rotation by sowing It after oats In a rotation of coM oats wheat clover The clover seed may be scattered on the ground among the Wheat plants early in the spring Another method of using winter wheat in tho rotation is to cut tho corn early for sllago or fodder and sow tho wheat tin the corn stubble ground The trouble with this method Is that It is usually so late before the corn can be got off tho ground that the wheat docs not gut enough of a start to enable it to with stand an extra severe winter There Is an advantage in having wheat fol low corn or some other cultivated crop in that the weeds will bother much less Tho work of seeding is also less since the ground does not need to be plowed Preparing the Ground Wheat like outs needs a firm seed bed Corn ground which has been run over twice with a disk is an ideal seed bed It Is flue nnd mellow on top and firm beneath There Is nothing to prevent the capillary moisture from ris lug rapidly to the loose top layer where It Is held just where the roots need It When wheat follows some other small grain the ground Is so hard that except In the case of very loose soils tho disk will have little effect on It Such ground must be plowed Plowing for wheat does not need to bo very deep Many farmers practice burning the stubble before plowing since in this way many insects and weeds are destroyed and the capil Inry connection Is restored quicker Some humus Is lost in this way but the advantages gained in many cases make it more profitable to obtain the needed humus in some other way The soil should be well disked and harrowed after plowing to make a fine compact seed bed With wheat as with oats considerably better yields are obtained by the use of a drill In loose or dry soils Jhe press drill Is a big advantage Tho wheels that fol low pack the soil over tho seed This brings the soil Into closer contact with the wheat grains and they will absorb moisture faster and begin to grow sooner This quickness of starting la of much importance In fall sown wheat near tho northern limit of the winter wheat belt since there every thing depends on tho wheat making a good growth before the ground freezes Earliness of seeding is important for iI the same reason If you cannot get your winter wheat in earlyand by early Is meant the first half of Sep tember It Is better to wait until spring and sow a spring variety The ground for spring wheat should bo prepared In much the samo manner as for oats The rate of seeding where a drill is used should bo fivo or six pecks to tho acre with either spring or winter varieties When sown broadcast about a peck more will be need ed If tlusro Is much smut present the seed should be treated as outlined for oat fcimit In article No 4 The seed should be fanned and graded dad test ed for Termination Rotation In Wheat Farming In the great spring wheat regions the Introduction of a crop of clover every two or three years will material ly Increase the yield The growing of cjover will mean some live stock to eat it and the manure thus obtained will still further Increase the wheat yields The Introduction of some of the other grain and forage crops will equalize the demands upon the soil and add to the profits obtained from FIG X WHEAT WELL STACKED the farm Experiments at tho Minnesota station showed an increase of GO per cent or seven bushels to the acre in wheat following cultivated crops over wheat grown continuously Dairying fits In very Well with wheat farming especially in localities so far north that corn cannot be successfully grown as a grain crop In such districts the Hint varieties can be raised for sllago and fodder The wheat follow ing this corn will be deer from rust scab and weeds and will yield much more The cows will yield n good profit for all tho feed they consume and the work will be more evenly dis tributed throughout the year When wheat Is grown to be sold to tho flour mills the price will depend directly upon the quality To get tho best quality wheat should not bo cut until k is fully ripe It should not be allowed to stand too long after It is ripe or It will shell out badly Wheat should be well shocked and capped If not well capped the bran will become stained and cracked injuring the appearance and lowering the price Stacking is more advisable than shock thrashing since it means better qual- Ity and more tall plowing- So much depends on the quality of tho grain and the quality is so dependent on cultivation and harvesting that It behooves him who is after satisfac tory results to make a close study of the situation It does not pay tpAiultl vote wheat intelligently and harvest It In a manner that ntakes all previous care and labor otllttio avail tt- f 4 4 t 3- I v J M TNT PILLORY Ah English Writers fleflecllons UponI Public Punishment Perhaps oho of the Low really demo cratlc Institutions over created was tho pillory I do not soy that It was a humane institution though it was certainly more humane titan Qur system of stient imprisonment But being hu mane has nothing to do with being democratic You may have humane and inhumane democracies just as you may have humane and Inhuman despots The point is that the pillory was n real appeal to the people If it was cruel It was because the people were cruel or perhaps justly indignant The people threw dead cats tho less humanitarian I believe throw live cats but they could throw bouquets and crowns of laurel If they liked Some times they did The argument about tho old public punishments cuts both ways Tho publicity was an additional risk for the government as well as an additional risk for tho prisoner ana this is specially truo of tho executions for treason It was no small thing that half a million men might possibly treat as a martyr a man whom the king was treating as a murderer that tho prince hind to concede to every obscure rtif flan exactly what that ruffian probably wanted mostfomeG K Chesterton in London News Feel languid weak rundown Head ache Stomach off Just a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bit ters tones liver and tomtich promotes j digestion purifies the blood TERRORS OF THE JUNGLE The Mosquitoes of Africa Are Worse Than tho Lions The African mosquitoes intoxicate you They Inject so much poison into I you that you are dazed your eyes roll- and you stagger and speak thickly In a word youre drunk said a nils elonary In the Nyassa country Id always start getting ready for bed and the mosquitoes an hour before sunset Id set up my mosquito net with tho ut most care Id clamp down its edges with valises and boxes Id light inside it three green wood fires filling it with a bitter smoke that all insects are supposed to loathe Finally Id get In myself Id smoke big pipes of tho black native tobacco and Id long miserably in that hot smoky atmosphere for the dawn Despite all my precautions quite 200 or 300 mosquitoes would get In side my net as soon as darkness fell They were like a whirlwind in there It couldnt have been worse TheirI noIse and their nipping made me feverish rando mo really delirious at timesAt last in exhaustion Id get a few flours of troubled sleep awakening for breakfast drunk from the poison injected by hundreds of tiny needles into my veins No it isnt tho elephants or the giraffes that trouble tho African hunt er but the skeetcrs New Orleans TimesDemocrat Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Eclectric Oil Stops the pain j and heals the wound All druggists senltIi I Disinterested Lord Monboddo an eminent member of tho Scotch judiciary and one of the I clear cut figures In Boswclls immortal p Life of Johnson was a great beau j In his youth and In his later years a brilliant and learned If whimsical manIHo was a friend of tho Garrlcks andcI one day las their guest at their villa at Hampton Court when Hannah More C was also visiting there They were walking together In the garden when his lordship astonished the fair and sprightly Hannah by a declaration of love and nn otter of his heart and hand Meeting with a positive refusal he soon returned to the house and made a clean breast of it to Mrs Gar e- rick ii- I i am very sorry for this refusal i ho said in conclusion sI should have liked so much to tcaph that nice girl Greek I Our LanguagesJWhat a lot of languages we stalk even if wo talk only English I wat = assailed by a man across tho lutxch eon table with a language about a I cup tie final and confessed that itwas quito unintelligible Then another man talked about golf which is an other language And then tho VOJ mans language elbows these Columns The Countess wore a sea green cloth skirt with a bolero of the same color and a white marabou stole and a black taffeta bow garnished her huge hat of burnt tagel straw It is a fine example of womens slang But to tho man it means nothing but expense London Outlook Homemade Ink A good ink is mode in this way = Bruise halt n pound of nutgalls and 1stand1 it now and then for about four hours Then add three ounces and a half of gum arabIc and when it is quite dissolved three ounces of copperas To prevent the ink from becoming moldy j when kept add three or four drops of 1 creosote This gives a pleasantllke smell to the ink and docs not corrode t tho pens aet chloride of mercury would So Jt Preparing For a Siege s Wife The last time Tasked you to I give me some money you said you couldnt because the cashier was sick r Now4you say its tho treasurer Hue bandI know it He caught it from the cashier and now Im afraid the secretary will get ItMfe I h I If 1 i t KIILL THE C tt- J AND CURE THE 1 WITH Dr kinga New Dlsco sfsq FORI 60PnLOLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUK GUARANTEED SATISFAOXORV OR MONEY REFUNDED I i ISwrWODL t 1 a IS JolGoldeaare Dealers and can do better for you than agents or commission merchants Reference any Bank in Louisville Write for hping tags Wchntshhwoelbaqsfrce HI 8ABEL SONS ESTABLISHED IN tese 1 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE kOf STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes1 r All the latest patterns for Suits und Tiouisers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern f Modieruteployed J H HUNSCHE jWW- CasperAfav CoCanteltonInd A t1 Anyone sending a sketch roil description i 11 quickly ascertain our opinion freo whotheVtf Invention Is probably nt Uons Rtr Icily ah aKDDODKoulatec bout free Oldest ollency for BocurlnlUliten Patents taken through blunnk tracespecial notice without charge lu the ScientificI I fliiKricam A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tnreest r dilution of any nclentlUo journal Terms fv year f1 Sold by all netradenla r NrrOo3 D New Yo Branch Offlco 625 F 8U Washington D- t U n t L llST L TIME TABLEII EAST MOUND r No 146 Dally Fast Train leaves Clove 507 A bL stops at Irvington West P StItes and JMcdora only urrivo at LouBa725 A nG No i42 1a11yMatlandIapressleaves verpore 1007 AIII stops stall way static i arrives Loulsvlllo 1253 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves 0 verport 457 p m stops at all way static castor Oloverport wcept Mystic arrives pmTrain Olovorport accomrj dation arrives Oloverport say D m JW WEST BOUND iII No 147 Dally Henderson accommodflS Iistlltlons alellvesHawesvlllo Eowlsport Maceo Owens etj flSti Train No 143 Mull and Express d cI leaves Oloverport 728 p m Evansvllle tlm Stops at all stations No 1145 Gaily St Louis fast traiuleave s1DIOwensboro and Henderson only vt clLoulsvl11oand tree reclining chair cars on tral lshIand 141 between Louisville Evansvlllo tUlgtSt Louis Until further notice NoUflnlll beheld htpnHenderson each Sunday for connection with st headereason in Fordsville BranchvcI I EAST BOUND Train No2 dally except N nday leaves ITordsTllloBiOO m rvos- HII Irvlngto 91D fnl m I I b leavesFordsv11lo tot p in usTrainFord vt1le100 a m Irvington035 a mlieWEST BOUND Is Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leave Jar hamTrain No 5 Dally leaves livlngton 70 get m 1 arrives Fordsville 1015 u m aril tot stnDReat CA DENTISTYOtIt Oloverport every Wednesday and The cola onedavfee kuc H DeH CIOORMANIout offsAttorneyHARD1NSBURQ KY I i ton will practice his profession tR aIJO slaxter1 t a app ltojractlce andOUaYou will Find They art Good For Any Trouble- At a meeting of tho directors and Imtbold 1olllcethe corporation too closed that Its nita wound up and that the corporation beat Sptllurestockholders of the Roar Island lA GULand CO being the owners of tho male of tbo stock thereof do consent In wrhI I thatthe saldcorporat1on shall a7oso its J- kdi I MWltnOBIfJunlOOV WHENRY HARVEY ANDERSONI tlalHENRYI 1rest and Socy Esj 1rU 0 GjII rw i fr S Se Y yl r jijirASOIONS RfALM1 II miner Frocks Turned Out by jI I I 1 the Little Seamstress MODISH PIQUE FOURINHANDS N Fascinating Effects In Swiss Negllgoes I A Conservative Though Smart Bathing Suit Swish Sticks For Sea shore Board Walks iMy Dear Elsa For the last two iycokS I have been up to my eyes lat k dressmaking A llttlo scainstress i l9s the Prench call the uudercrust of the C5i Jeio elanas distinguished i from the great artists has been here j making under my supervision some charming wash frocks One Is obliged tills summer to have so muiyef theso dresses for It Is going to be a muslin t L season and Is there anything move re freshing on a broiling day than a tub frock spick nod span from the Inuit rtssl And In most of these frocks t uts conscience Is not troubled about fine expense of doing them up for the L average homo belle of the tubs can Hum them out in tine forml1t short no tlcp as a number of the best styles Bro buttoned down the entire length of tho front and open out In one solid rp10ee like a sheet You know the kind of one piece frock I mean Stint Is so smart In linen and In the meatier wash goods Several of my linen flocks have two waists for you know how much longer a skirt keeps lean than a waist and fur this reason I have made two a nhht waist for cool dayu nA II ITUSCAN SILK v lUTnKSO SUIT and a jumper for hot ones In some i cases I have added a coat though the i i fashion for top wraps of extra thin cloth has rather put the coat to the frock out of commission i As braiding Is tho keynote of almost every gown of the Bummer 1 have de veloped soutache luto all kinds of fnu ciful contortions I am particularly happy over my success with a paloI I gray linen gown en princcsse that has panels of braided whlto soutache thatt ttltartOtt under tho arms beginning at ter each side of tie armhole and extend ing nearly to time knees This Is the Very latest note In trimming arrange went and I must toll you that the de sign is an Egyptian affair that looks p o intricate but Is nothing more than fharp pointed triangles placed close lees sao togetherthat Is as closely compact as they can be sowed together To re I ilovo time grayness of this gown there is a tiny touch of orango In time co- llarIv e and about the cuffs both of which 25 have been braided Worn with a big 0 gray chip lint faced with orange and trimmed with shaded marigolds I Jtope to outdo the queen of Sheba andI rhako her glory vale Into inslgnlfi f IcIUl CIyou will be Interested In is of natural t colored pongee with a plaited skirt one of the new models that are perfectly tight tilting and gored to the knees where a kilted flounce finishes out the skirt The Waist la a Gibson affair and perfectly plain save for a fastening of brown satin covered but j tons and simulated buttonholes made m of tho sathV put on decidedly on the slant Another new wrinkle that Is bodiceshl= J lIO Oriental Gold Pill Lad I IeneedjuBts Pills Safe Speedy Sure Sold under 500 Guhranteo Pricq 1300 At o t drug stores or send direct to us yaMailed in plain wrapper Write for booklet Confiden r Ii tial Chutsont free Desk G Esthetic Chemical Co 81 West i5 St New York Genuine Turkish female PillsI htr r u 1t 1 l- fjf tined to unvnfslmhlo materials but seen on llnetis ns well AH we shall he spending one month of the suinmbr at a Maine coast resort I was obliged to have a nev bathing suit It Is carrying coals to Newcastle to tell you that the one piece fad In gowns li repented in bathing suits This Is a model be coming to a slender figure giving a lithe mermaid effect unusually at tractive These suits however should be developed in inconspicuous ma terials and colors although there I13 no doubt that wo shall see them In startling effects on the benches tom there are certain types of women wjio are not content unless they arc the center of attention My suit Js of navy blue tuscan silk a new varlet that oheds water splendidly and the only touch of color on the suit lwon der whether whlto isaI color is the Dutch collar of Irish crochet lace The effect of the white lace against the neck is very dainty and gives a distinctly feminine touch to tho pic ture The sash which you will see in the sketch I nm sending you Is another note introduced this season and 1stI draped loosely about the waist and tied low at one side with short ends I have the pattern of this suit if you would like to have it anti I think the kilted skirt with front panel and close fitting bodice would be becoinlug to your figure Blue silk stockings und white can vas shoes are to be worn with the bathing suit mind I have not quite de cided what to wear on my head Perfectly sweet Is the white swIss negligee which we have just finished The swIss Js flue and has a small dot The negligee Is made In two pieces put together on one belt which is coy ered by a broad sash of pale green satin The coolest thing yon can Imagine To be exact the negligee Is high wnlstcil at tho back and the sash finishes ajt the left of the back with a large roosetteamid two long ends Thot neck Is open in V shape and about it is a deep ruffle of lace Vilcuclennos and n bow of satin at the back The tight elbow sleeves have deep ruffles of lace and bows of satin If you will listen a moment longer to a recital of the smart pique tics 1 have been making 1 will let you off from the dress subject Pique fourIn hands are very smart this summer and the tad Is to wear them In violent contrast to the color of odes frock I cut the pattern of mine from a tie of Dicks The ends can be finished in hny shape but I prefer the oval out line edged with u tiny buttonhole seal lop In the center of which JL put al gmall dot done In satin stitch An oval medallion of dots 1 worked on the Inner part of the ends with a few scattered dots above it reaching to the half Inch projection These ties corn either be made double or turned back In u narrow hem and stitched on the machine in a color to match the embroidery With my gray linen morning frock Il11n going to wear a four lnhnnd in a bright green with dots of the gray cotton At Brighton Bench recently I came across several women who were carry ing something resembling a rifling crop Upon asking the reason why I was told that they were the caper of fashion So if you happen along the boardwalk while at sonic seashore place this summer and notice some smartly gowned young wom en twirling abbreviated cones that look like riding whips dont be sur prised and Imagine they are going on a canter They are not They are simply demonstrating the fad of car rying swish sticks Sometimes this stick is gray sometimes roil or per imps a walnuty brown Time top maybe of horn silver or perhaps It will have a topaz ruby or sonic gem sunk in a little sliver cap just big enough to sparkle and yet not be conspicuousI Mademoiselle it seems may find plenty of uses for one of these sticks for she can use it ns n riding crop or to keep her small pet in order when she tares doggie for a walk It will hold her hat In place on a windy day or she may simply carry It to af ford employment for her little hands but whatever particular use she has for the stick serious or otherwise if she wants to bo down to the minute shell have one And so I reckon will you but not yours devotedly MADE If you have pains in the back weak back or any other indication of a Veak cued or disordered condition of the kidI neys or bladder you should get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills right awuy whenyou experience the least sign Jfa kindey or bladder complaints but beI sure that you get DeWitts Kidney Bladder Pills We know what they do for you and if yon will send your name to E 0 Dewitt Co Chicago you will receive a free trial box of kidney and bladder pills They are sold here by all Druggists The Colossus of Rhodes The gigantic Colossus of Rhodes was one of the seven wonders of the world It was erected la honor of the sun by Charles ofLlndus a disciple of Lysippus and was thrown down by nu earthquake about 224 DO The figure stood upon two moles n leg extended on each side of the harbor I A winding staircase led to top of the figure from out of the eyes of which were visible tho tomtit of Syria anti time ships sailing on the coast of Egypt The colossi were the po cullar characteristic of eastern art and were of common occurrence many of them being over slay fectln height The most celebrated latho statue of Memnos on tho+ plain of Thebes described by Ii the historian Btrabo J V c I Headache Every Month You may think because you have long had It that you must have a headache every month being a women Out if you think so you arc I wrong since a headache Isa sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other women have been able to relieve qr cure by the use of that wonderful womans medicine WJ OFCARDUII WOMANS RELIEF I recommend Cardul to nil sick women writes Mrs A C Beaver of Unlcof Tenn I suffered with headache bearingdown pains feet swelled pains in shoulders and many others At last I took Cardul have gained 20 pounds and have found it the best med Iclnc I ever used for female troublesAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREB ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Caattanooga Tenn E 3 THE KANGAROO Its Hind Legs Are a Most Formidable Pair of Weapons The kangaroo seems poorly provid ed by nature with offensive weep ons Ills powers of biting mire not formidable and his fore paws are so weak as to seem almost rudimentary members or little use Ills hnd legs are uiuseulnr and strong but are up parently of use only to assist flight from his cumles On these hind IgsI is found however a most formidable weapon In time shape of a long claw as hard as steel and sharp as a chiselas terrible to dogs as the scythe chariots the ancients were to their enemies lor run down the kangaroo pine lug a tree behind him to protect his rear will seize in his fore paws such Indiscreet dogs as rush up to him anti holding them firmly dlscnibowl them with a sweep of his sicklelike clawsEven the hunters themselves thus r caught in tho viselike grip of an old man kangaroo of time larger breeds have sometimes suffered In like man ner mid have now and then taken their own turn at being hunted as the cur raged animals turned upon them and attacked their horses wits blind to- rocltySt James Gazette Sees Mother Grow Young tItwould be haul to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Uilpatrick of Danforth Me Although past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She sufFerd untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 veers At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Hit tars worked such wonders for her health They iinvigorate all vital organs cure Livrr and Kidney troubles induce sleep impart strength and appetite Only 50c at Severs Drag Co Ice qn the Table A neatly cut block of Ice on the din hug table In a glass or china bowl will keep tIles at a dUtincc tumid on a hut day will nuke the tuners feel cooler The rough edges can be rounded by hot water or standing In the air A charming addition Is to hollow out a trough In tho ice and fill this with water and put ferns or pond lilies or flowers of some sort in it The trough can be made by very carefully chisel lug the Ice with chisel and mallet or by taking nn old llatlron heating anti setting it on the Ico and melting out a hole This Is longer and not as ex net but easier for most women Get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it There are great many imitations but there is jtut one original This salve is good 111tor anything where a salve is needed to be used but it is especially good for Piles Sold by all Druggists eVanilla Ice Cream With Pineapple Crush and dlfwolve a Junket tablet In a tablespoonful of cold water Heat a quart of milk a cupful of double crcnui and a cup of sugar to about IK degrees V Stir in one tablespoonful of vanilla extract mud tho dissolved tablet ret stand In n warm place un til the mixture jellies then let cool and freeze Put a tablespoonful of earthed grated or crusjjcd pineapple In tho bottom of a fiherbef glass Above dispose a rouifdlng tablespoonful of Iethe ice cream Time canned pineapple Js swept enough for general u- seCASTOR IIto For Infiujtt and Children The W You Hays Always Bought Bears the Signature of c U r 0- c r p l I tiT tV 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I I B F BEARDPresident M1 II BEARDCashier CushicrI Capital 50000 Surplus and VI1 = divided Profits 1100000 = DIRECTORS Dr Morris D G S W A Eskridgett C V B F HObertsontI t 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as lpaysbest banks in this state pay and as much as any safely mahaged bank can afford to pay t+ ASoasr eervea 4f JI JbT Aw- r 6Vf376fVQ13iOQ YaCVJYaCnV33istlafaC tidf7VXtiiCSR1 y i 1 I I SEE usE11- I t 1 I Ifor anything in the line f11 O r- jI tm3 IBIlli I IJ Folders Pamph v IEnveloes I Ilets Circular Letters Pos r 1- 1I ters allsizesl and styles A f r- I Sale Bills Visiting Cards II Wedding Invitations Pro-Iii etc ect Ilr11 II I II r Prices always as reasonable as is consistent I iiwithfirstclass work and MatenalII IIThe T Breckenridge News 9 I I Cloverport Kentucky I 1II I ouooooooooooooooooooooooooi 11 i 1 1 1 i 3 IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED E RR The American Farm Review and EI 0 Digest of the Agricultural Press p rCIItcontains tho cream of everything published in every other farm paper is endorsed by tho leading agricultural authorities of the country contains not only what the farmer needs but just what he has long been seeking Yi 8Itemployes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper Believing that the wideawake and uptodato farmer will appreciate such a publication as The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for tho benefit of our readers contracted II FARIsIjn rr 1 I t j jL U HERE IS OUR OFFER Z For 100we will send the Breckenridge News and EE The American Farm Review one year s 0 toU r- r1 t r The BreckeiiFidgc News Z Cibycrport Kentucky mo f hmDm1mt r i R I J n 1 tx THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i JNOO BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO r 4 Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance i CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of i 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES x charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money I i im advance Examine tho label on your paper Jf it is not correct please M Iotlfy us 4When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address tc 1w iiEIGHTPAGESU CLOVERFORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 141909 j Whatever the weather may be says he 0- i 11- j 1- l Whatever the weather may be li 0 Its the songs ye sing an the smiles ye wear I Thats amahin the sun shine everywhere James Whitcomb Riley f BUMPER CROPS tIffigures mean nn thing the government crop report of July 1- i deal the Chicago Evening Post For it shows thoti means n great says according to all indications of proved value there is now on the high Statcroadhas over known tho agricultural product of Illinois First conies corn supreme In acreage this state once more leads the country with 10206000 acres to but 9340000 for her old rival Iowa And the condition of 1 the crop on July 1 is rated at 94 a figure that is 7 points above the Iaverage for ten years pastI in the country at largo is more than ever king For the 1Cornin our history tho indicated crop exceeds 3000000000 bushels having a plus margin of 117000000 Valued at the probable market price to the farmer this means an income of 1558000 t 000 this fall- Wheat does not keep pace with corn but taking tho spring yield and putting it with tho winter prospect the country will have an in crease of some 30000000 bushels over last year The oat crop should pass the astounding total of a billion bushels an increase over 1 last year of 200000000 Rye should about equal last years figure while the great increase in the use of barley is shown by a jump in bushels last season to 191from 167000000of its prospective yield 000000 at present possessed of worse prospects There are Nor are the lesser crops i white under cultivation than there r 195900 more acres of potatoes The of tobacco has increased 26 per were on July 1 1908 acreage cent and that of JInx 23 per cent Tho acreage on hay is not figured yet aS some parts of the country will get another crop or two but t the condition of tho crop is put at 878 a gain of 02 from last monthI perceptiblyAmonbetter than it was on July 1 of last year We are thus told not onlyI also that itsIcultivation butunderthat there is a larger acreage e chances for a full yield are better It is difficult to see how the prospect could bo made brighter 0IMr Edward H Harriman Mr Jacob Schiff and Mr J Ogdcn i L rt Armour have all said recently that the most important element in the I return of pros gentlePmen know what they are talking about it would seem as if tho avorl citizen might now begin to bank pretty heavily upon a rush of 1business tagc in the fall For it is made evident that the crops are doing more than they Have ever done before to give the greatest as well as j J tho realest increase to the wealth of the nation A mightygeed Republican sold to us the other day in speaking of tho great improvement of tho schools iin this county that the work i was largely and wholly due to the untiring energy hard work and efficiency of the present Superintendent Prof Joel H Pile And this is true too No man has worked harder and longer and with a more heartfelt interest than has Mr Pile It is a pity to lose him his work and his influence from the schools Ho ought to bo endorsed t by both parties for reelection and given the place without opposition The editor of the News and Mr Pile have not always pulled together 1 along political lines but we have worked and done our best along educational lines and now that wo both have been broadened in more ways than one we have no hesitancy in saying that he is tho best fit ted and the best equipped man in our county and we will go farther t and say in the state for the office of Superintendent Clovcrport wants to fall in lino with those who are paying loving tribute to Attilla Cox who was removed by death Friday from the business fields the social circles and his homo in Kentucky Ho was a wonderful man a captain of industry an honest clubman a genuine churchman and a devoted father and husband Col Cox was known I s to Cloverport not only as the president of the L II St Lrail road but as a friend to the town Ho did many acts of kindness for Clovornort people that will never be forgotten There are few in lKentucky who lament the death of this beloved man r friendBnd citi i zen more than the editor of the Breckenridgo News We all loved Col Cox and shall over respect and honor his memory I y fttj J j Dont kick because you have to button your wifes waist Be glad your wife has a waist and doubly glad you have a wife to button a waist for Some mens wives have no waists to button Sonic mens wives waists have no buttons on to button Some mens wives who have waists with buttons on to button dont care n continental whether they are buttoned or not Some men dont have tiny wives with waists with buttons on to button any more than a rabbit La econ Ili Journal Death Of Jacob Hanks Stephensport Ky July 12Specj- ato r We wish to thank our friends for dtheirkindness shown to us through the sickness and death of our dear belov ed husband and father Jocob Hanks who departed this life July 6 1009 He 1Ileavesa wife and six children Mattie 1 s- nf 1r 1 17i W 4 Iit tM m Robert Maggie Dowell Nettie May sey Jakie Albert William and twelve grandchildren three lbrothers and otie sister William John James Hanks and Mrs BeckieJones and a host of friends to mourn for him Jacob Hanks was born Jan 21 1833 He joined the Christian church when sixteen years of age and was married to Mary Jackson March 13 1856 p f r NfJARLY3OOOOOO FOR TEACHERS Kentucky Educators Will Get Big I Increase Per Capita Swelled Forty Cents Over Last Year STATEMENT BY PROF CRABBPJI Frankfort ly July 6 Special Schpol teachers of Kentucky will receive the largest salaries that they have ever received as a result of the fixing of the school per capita today at 4 the largest that has ever been allowed This means that nearly 3000000 will be used by the ccmmon schools of the State Under this per capita the mini mum salary of school teachers will be 3333 and the maximum 6066 as cbm pared with a minimum of 23 only two years ago The following statement was issued late this afternoon by Prof J G Crab be State Superintendent of Public In structionFrankfort Ky July 6To County Superintendents The State School Fund citimated distributed for the payment of teachers for the fiscal year ending June 30 1910 amounts to 2075632 The per capita is declared 4 The per capita last year was 360 this years an increase of 40 cents hence this per capita for tie year 10091010 is the argest in the history of the State The school census showing pupil chil dren reports as follows Pupils in countiesS01670Pu- pils in cities 152229C Total 743008 The school census last year was 738 021 pupils This year the increase is 5887 pupils I congratulate the teachers of the State On July 22 1908 in declaring the per capita last year I said We are inaugurating here and now the biggest forward movement of schools in Kentucky since the past forty or fifty years and today I repeat it We are inaugurating here and now the biggest forward movement of the schools in Kentucky since the past forty or fifty c years You will see thissentence again Better help now Respectfully submitted J Gv Crabbe Superintendent Cocaine which dulls the nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh The heavy feeling in the forehead the stuffed up sensation and the watery discharge from eyes and nose along with all the other miseries attending the disease ate put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smell and taste are re stored breathing is made normal Until you try this remedy you can form no idea of the good it will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50 cents Mail it ed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York i DUKES Mrs Fronnie Basham is very low with typhoid fever t The infant son of Mr and Mrs S W Bowers is very sick I Mr and Mrs Will Clark and little Co Righter Lillian pf Pilpot were theCI guest of her parents Mr and MILJ J H Basham last week Misses Pearl Bashamand Senada Powers Messrs Isaac Powers ClifpI tor Corley and Oliver Flowers of Patesville were the guests ot Misses Flora Newbury Sunday eveningal Several from here went to Cannel ton Saturday July the 3rd Miss Anna Kennedy of Owensboro spent Saturday and Sunday of last week with Miss Pearl Basham Mr and Mrs Harne Basham of Goering attended the burial of their little cousin Herman Basham Satur tyFinis Basham of Tennessee was is called to the bed side of his wife and infant son who is very low with then fevers Friday Mrs Basham islgetting along nicely but the baby died in a few minutes after his ar rival lIspent several days of last week with her mother Mrs Lizzie Bivins Mr and Mrs Vernon Milburn spent Sunday with EmmettHall and family Mrs Jennie Russell and three children of Owensboro arc visiting her sister Mrs Ellen BashamfMr and Mrs Oscar Nugent of Floral spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Matt Jarboe Marion Campbell and family of Happy Holler spent Sunday with Mrs Jack UMndle Mrs Leona Campbell returned ton her home Sunday after a three weeks visit with her mother Mrs John Duke She is greatly improved in health y t- A m 1 0 II Qo U o6H2 II 101 = lOOIOC i Statement til C nnrf f of 0 oThe Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Go n ctsIlr Hardinsburg Kentuckyf0Q At the close of business June 30 190911 g Resources am ulfor all Ii Iian Bills rN 760664 51fD-I Gash in Safe 16339 59 my Cash in other i3anisI 39225 80 Stocks and Bonds 18157 61 o Banking House andtLotr4f I 1800 00 0 ek ame V Other Real Estate L 1i 136 79 limit jr Furniture and Fixtures LI 400 00 ller I i lTo al 336724estGI s lal Ill I incht 0 I I Liabilities rs gtlei Capital Stock Paid in L 0wssvQSurplus and Undivided Profits 12016 91 r In t- ii 0 19S Dividend No 38 4 per cent 2000 00 reel 0 G Amount Due Depositors 272707 39ndayIr s Total 336724 30 Dlrs dash 1 0o mRE VERY Mr T- thoRESPECTFULLYM CashierHard ci Crhasr 5QiJIIcIOJ Il11 111 C 01r 1I QOI 0 LC tBl tv set d Chas Bivins and wife of Happy Holler spent Sunday with his father Miss Lola Nichelson of Garfield is visiting relatives at this place Why dont you delight the housewife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps Its the Lewisport flour I Mrs Eliza Fuqua was married to John Pool of Lewisport last Saturday evening at 7iJO oclock at the home of her father Wm Monical in the pre sence of a few of their friends Mr and Mrs Pool left Sunday afternoon for their home at Lewisport I STATE OF OHIO CITY OP TOLEDO I SS LUCAS COUNTY tf rank T Cheney makes Bath that JJo Is sunlor partner of tbuflrm of 1+ J Clienoy doing business In the City of Toledo mid State aforesaid and that said firm will pay ttlo sum of ONE HUNDRED for each rind ovary case of Catarrh thut cannot bo cured by tho use of Halls Catarrh Cure 1UANK J CHENEY Sworn to bolero me and subscribed In my this 6th day of December A D1880 8 AJ1A AV OLEASONf- NOTAUYtDlJUC Hulls Catarrh Cure IB taken Internally arcs directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials I free HVJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls tfnmlly Pills for constipation Big Wheat Yield Our old friend Jesse L Owen a former Breckenridge county man andI farmer who is now living in Lewisport showing the farmers in that sectionI how to raise wheat and grow tobatco pne acre do the work of two has demonstrated this year that good tillage and the free use of ferti lizer the land in that section can be made to produce twice the yield over old way ot doing it He had in six acres of wheat this year that yieldedi over 26 bushels to the acre while other crops only yielded from ten to fifteen bushels His tobacco crop is also one of the best in that county Mr Owen was one of our best and most success farmers and he hasnt forgot his old ways in his new home v Sells Car Load Cattle Viet r Hugmau ofykillman was in Louisville Monday with a cur load of cattle which he soMat satisfactory prices Mr Ha nan is one of the best most successful farmers in Han cock county Entertained Friday Master Wickiiffe Morr1sourenterUined I itt 4t l li k r f1io i1 1r E QIIQ0 C ATQ ro 5 Monday Tuesday and WednesdayrStraw MrsoR f agueThursdayBrick Banana Vanilla Cream and Sljur U SherbetYinissE Jl Get your orders in on Saturday for your 0et t E1 Sunday Cream and Sherbet Phone 542 0 r J r 11 L0 JIv II o number of his little playmates at his I home Friday afternoon from f t05 oclock Those present were Mary Owen Oelze Ruby Haynes and E Moorman Hook Oatheline Squires El AnnielIPaul Eddie Berry Chris and Jasper Neubauer Samuel Edward Conrad Herman Ross Bait and Raymond Earl Morrison Delightful refreshments were served TARFORKI Ivan Robbins has returned to Evans vllle after spending few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Y H Rob bins i I The twin babies of Mr and Mrs Jim Burdette are seriously ill Misses Beulah Rice and Grace Jones were visitors at tie Tar Springs Mon day Mrs Dennie Sherron is ill at this writingMrs SatlleBaleYofG1cndeape vis ited Mrs T H Bates last Sunday Why dont you delight the house wjfe by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flour Atnusicale was given at the home of Miss Buelah Rjce Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Grace Jones of Pellyille Those present were Misses Emma and Lila Burkette Bernice Barbee Bessie and Maggie Sherron Lora and Jessio l ewby Ellen Robbins Y r 1r- Jt oJ II QOIL 20 w 0 t and Grace B Jones Messrs Ivan E alu Bates Forest Sherron Jade Mingus gu Russell and Corbet Keenan Roland and 1 F Frank Pate Murray Beavin Win Bow Liss man and Ernest Rice An enjoyable he 1 time was spent by all Iai s DARNED Q Bro Hardin of Kiugswood i nia large revival at Ephesus with good re suitshMrs J E ttvtmbdiuturned home after a ten days visit to Mrs Florence M Pile at Harned tTt h Mrs Eli Pile and daughter May went to Louisville and Vine Grove to visit relatives for ten daysr be Tents for the big camp meeting at Kingswood desarrivedI yellGoodwl wet weather They are doing jots of work on jtHet ftaelbranchI teams r Why dont you delight the housewife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer Keeps it Its theJaLewisport flour- Louisville Market Report Louisville July 111Wheat No 8 red 110 Corp 80 cents Oats 563IFcents Eggs steady at 18IU1d J9 cents Cattle Shipping stairs J S JO 00 Beef Steers 323 and 5jYfrig heifers 385 and 525 choice Mfla woolbcows j35 and 40 best calves 1t1ana 7weigcents Hogs top 800 best ilambs 8 coed and 83 cents PoultryHens tcent t w per pound roosters 6c young chickwti Ta 1and ale ducks 6c gec e 50 turkr 1 a 11 andiacents k + ri W 4j y i 7 nt 6 I RemedyOR i ARRH team Balm cklyabsorbedRellef eanses soothes fchd protects uscfisGU mum is resulting from Catarrh and drives r Cold In theHand quickly Jlcqtqres Seniies of Taste and timoll FuUfclza t9 at Druggists or by mail Liquid ra JJalm for use in ntomizora 75 eta Brothers SO Warren Street Now York he Breckenridge News 5 WEDNESDAY JULY 14 1909 Announcement v 1PorState Senator- o nro authorized to announcb n W Owen owlxport as a candidate for the nomlna iforStuto Sumtor from tiltS Tenth Nona al District subject to the action of tileI locratlo party are nnimnnco Roy J Onln auteortzedtono us u rnndtd ito tot i fly Court Cleric or Breckenrldzo county e t to tho action ot the Kepubl lean party ISONAL AND LOCAL j times Jabiub was in Cincinnati lastl dc Juts Llghtfoot was in Hardinsburg day Men Long pf Louisville was here dayrlIts Hovius Behen is visiting inI wesville G Tngue was in Louisville a few IB last week William White returned home fromI inchestef Monday Mrs Sallie Moorman of Louisville is i guest of relatives scar Powers visited his parents atl wesville last week Richard Whitehouse of West Points In the city Friday- si Carrie Pate visited in Hardins rgto few days last week 3 G Brabandt was in Owensboro nday visiting his mother Mr and Mrs J K Skillman off yensboro were here Monday Mrs Annie English has returnedI oin Red Boiling Springs Tenn Mr Thps Fritz of Hawesville was i the city Sunday calling on frjeds Lindsey Kincheloe and Godfrey Ball f Harditisburg were hero Sunday j Chas Fallon will leave Friday night 101 several days visit in Chicago 1 W A jolly of McQuady spout Sat rday and Sunday here with relatives Otto Fallon has accepted a position jth the M HtX E Railroad at Fords tile Mrs J W Pate and daughter Mary re visiting relatives at McQuady this eek Mrt William Embry is visiting her ster Mrs J H Carson at Owens Jro f Mrs Grace Conover of Owensboro is ie guest of her aunt Mrs V G Bab ge Mr ant Mrs Mike Seim of Har tiJiburg aio the guests of Mr and Mrs in ass Laura Lausdale of Cincinnati t the guest of Misses Jane and Ella lihMr James Tague left Saturday for IwdBys visit with his wife at Lima v flajor Ciumbaugh of Cincinnati was guest of Capt aud Mrs J H Row 5 Friday iis8 Mildred Guirnsey of Louisville he guest of Miss Cissel and Henry SimonB Louise Lewis and J T Lewis 1 guests of Miss Margurite Bush iieitou- ii Vina Carman and Mrs Anna irk of El Paso Ill are visiting es here W M Casper Dentist at Lewis uesday atCloverport Wednesday hursday s J E Keith left Monday for thtown where she will visit her Ei Keith gsra+ Raymond Howard and Arch ell of Cannel ton spent Sunday with friends yid Murray Jr of Henderson was several days last weeVvlsiting rots und frieds fa H Lewis of Pennsylvania ar il here last week to visit his aunt Jacob Morrispn I IF YOU LYKNEYHOWl would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat nd lungs and put you in condition for next winter you begin ldDit now ItII lua little cold milk oc water l 100AllDrugats I THINK TWICE BEFORE DARNING A Business Woman Cannot Af ford to Waste Time and Eye V sight When a pair of hose is now it is worth perhaps fifty cents It is expected to wear two months eight weeks Thats a little over six cents a week isnt it Such details are no doubt tiresome yet the largcstand most successful estab lishments do not disdain to figure out things in this way By darning her hose in the evening after hours our bookkeeper gets an other weeks wear out of themslx cents saved Thats economyisnt iti Not ntall She spends half an hour or an hour at it Now isnt a good bookkeepers eyesight worth more than six cents an hour By using it at night at this work she is cutting it off fcr some future day when she will want to use it at the office for you cant have your cake and eat it ioo Then theres the nerveforce expen pended It too would earn more for her if saved to use at herS regular occupation or better still augmented by rest or jolly healthy recreation out of doors For the telephone operator the tea cher the artist writer or stenographer anyone whose work means Sitting measurably still or being in one room all daythe same is true while it is not so for the collector solicitor shopper or any other whose life is spentI mostly in going from place to place out of doorsThe New Idea Womans Magazine for August Mrs J B Randall and her son Dwight of Louisville huve gone North to spend the summer Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Thos Groves was operated on for appendicitis here Mon lay by Drs Simons and McDonaldIMr and Mrs Wm Bowmer of Louis vine were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer last week Walter Hensley Trainmaster of the Henderson Route was the guest of friends here Sunday evening Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flour tPro Boone of Hodgenville is here this week looking over the field with an idea of opening dental parlors here The Epworth Leauge will give a pound social at the home of Mr and Mrs James Younger tomorrow evening Mrs Chas B Skilluian and daughter Miss Elizabeth Skillman left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Morgaufield Misses Claudia Pate and Mary Christian Tiave returned from aweeks visit with Miss Claire Hook of Hard insburgYou dont have to go away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday Mrs Jas M Lewis accompanied by her sou Paul assistant cashier of tbeII Bank of Cloverport were in Louisville last week for a day or two Chas Hook was in Rockport Ind Sunday and Monday He did backstop work for the Jasper Ind Reds in two games against the Rockport team Fred Cannon und family of McDan iols were guests of Mr and Mrs N H Quiggins Sunday night enroute to Tar Springs to spend n month They were accompanied by Vector Glass cock See Capt J H Rowland District Manager Columbia Life Insurance MortgageIProtection Plan PolicyIt It will Inter est you if you are burdened with a mortgageMr Mrs Robert White of Texas Misses Hannah White and Pearl Lamar of Lewisport Messrs Horn of Philpot and Van Baker of floral were guests of Mr and Mrs Jno OConnell Satur day and Sunday 1Miss Louise Babbage returned Suit day from Pineville Middlesboro and the mountains She wps charmed with the people their hospitality and the country She certainly got some of the Mountain Due There Will be preaching at the Pres byterian church Sunday morning andl evening Services held by the pastor ReVjlIChristina Hamman were present at Mrs Chas Hooks entertainment last week Their names were accidently outwitted from the notice last week t Depot Burned at Stanley The Henderson Route depot at Stan levwas burned Tuesday about S H ra It U suppoeed that lightning struck it during the storm and set fire le it It was a totaiJlees I4 1 z- o J- Af 1 I- Jt FOR CITY PROSECUTOR J P Whittinghill a Promising Young Republican Attorney Announces Ills Candidacy 4 In this issue of the Inquirer appears the announcement of the candidacy of JP WhltUnghill for the Republican nomination for city prosecutor Mr willimnkeJ P Whittinghill is one ot the most active of the younger attorneys at the Owensboro bar He wps born near Lewisport in Hancock county and after acquiring a common school ed ucation taught and worked his way through a smaller college and then the law department of George Washington university Washington D C He is thus amply equipped for the position ho seeks Mr Whittinghill comes from a family of Republicans has always been a Republican and although a compar atively new resident has done effective service in the party ranks and on the stump in Owensboro and Daviess coun ty Owensboro Inquirer Mr Whittinghill is well known in this county and is the son of B A Whit tinghilll of Glendeane BEWLEYVILLE Jess Cross and familyof McKinney Texas arrived Thursday to be the guestof his mother for several weeks Miss Minnie Stith left Thursday for Washington D C She will visit a friend at Charleston W Va before taking up her duties as nurse Miss Mary Payne spent last week the guest of her sister Mrs Jas Witt of Hardinsburg- Mr and Mrs John Shumate visit ed Mr and Mrs 11 P Payne one day last wedk Mrs Nancy Paul is the guest of her daughter Mrs Stella Kasey Mrs Eliza Gross spent last week the guest of her daughter Mrs Mary Jordan Mr and Mrs ar Stith entertained a number of young folks to dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Minnie Stith Quite a number from thjs place at tended the picnics at Sulphur Wells and Hardinsburg July 3rd We are sorry to hear of the con tinued illness of Mr Ben Hardaway as he is very much missed from our Sunday shoal Gilbert Kasey and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jas Foushee Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome Hour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flour Misses Alberta Drury Mary Payne and Ben Stith Edgar Hardaway left Friday to form a house party at the home of Miss Essie Kindall at Web sterMiss Alberta Drury and brother Nathen spent a part of last week the guests of their grandmother Mrs Moorman of Brandenburg Miss Sadie Bennett of Custer is visiting Mrs Mell Bennett Successful Institute Tho institute last week was the most successful in the history of the county Three able and experienced institute in structors were employed and home tal ent also assisted There was not a dull address during the session Each teacher went away wlh higher ideals nnd a desire to do hotter work than ever be fore Miss Smiths instruction will cause children to be started right Dr Car sons will keep them right and c use thqm to persevere until an cducatiou is reached Prof Martins will give happiness and add years to life Specially did the musical talent of Hardinsburg aid in choice selections always receiving a most enthusiastic hearing Ringing resolutions were adopted show iug the advanced stand our teachers have taken Sunday baseball plAying by teachers wns condemned in a resc lution Evers teacher voting was for the resolution One hundred teachers were in daily attendance A RESOLUTION Whereas we find a tendency among some of our teachers of the county to plavbase ball on Sunday and believing that of all peisous those intrusted with tho training of the boys and girls of our county should reverance and respect the Sabbath and by the r example uphold the sacredness of the sabbath be it Resolved by this Institute that oil those now elected to teach any school in I Breckenridge county refrain from Sun day base ball and in case anyone per sists ic such dessecration of the Sabbath the County Superintendent is requested to uphold the law which says all teach ers must be morally good HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Atlantic City And Return Aug 5 1909 J1JJ25 Atlantic City and return from Cloverport Limited to return Aug 10 Henderson County Fair Henderson Ky July 27282930 and 31 S27s Cloverport to Henderson and return acct of the above occasion Good to return July 31 1550 Cloverport to Old Point Com fort and return July 27 good to return 15 days including date of sale 1500 Cloverport to Niagra Falls and retnrn Aug 2 morning trains ot Aug 3 Aug 13 morning trains Aug 14 Aug 17 nnd morning trains Aug 18 good to return 12 days including date of sale Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Jay 4 and 18 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and 171 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 Owensboro Negro Chautauqua July 172324 1UOO 155 round trip from Cloverport good to return three days from late of sale Until further notice wo US each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m tfji1Rfji1 m I 100II fITO uu P I The Breckenridge News fie I Will go IfirstII- I I 15 Years for 250 II I I Tills is a Summer Bargain oiFor and is good only in 11 Clubs of Fivo to now subscribers Old subscribers can HI take advantage of tho rate and get their subscription ad tjvanced five years from date by paying the 250 or if they ft- have relatives or friends who are not subscribers it can be tJj- sent to them say ono or two years to yourself and the re Imaining years to your three or four friends tJ This is the greatest bargain over offered by any paper I- l If you want to take advantage of it send your chc for 250 kIIC Only zoo of these Subscriptions will be offered Get in line and save II 50 per cent Send all orders toIj I KyLe News I 1 Jf i a tiWrf WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME U o Enjoying Life r in the good old summer daysn 0 N i WearAH 0H = We have a nice line to select fromBabies Children Misses H H Ladies and Men Barefootf San H dais for Ladies Misses and children g 3go CQ rGet a time card and enjoy yourself Be cat the store Thursday afternoon at 230 p m W H and see how 0orO 0 a J C NOLTE BROy CLOVERPORI ICY b WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME + + w1Jj M Nr9a h r3r h3rrT3T + VlA NTED 33 tatsheep and two nice honors for tho Masonic barbecue 11 L Stader Cloverport Ky FOR RENT FOR ItENTTwo splendid rooms In tho building suitable for a small bust nessFOR KENT A furnished room in a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News office FOR SALE NEATER and cooker combined stovo for News olllce EScholo1lhhJ IU Bowling Green- University Howling Green Ky Dreck enrldgo Ne- wsFarm For Sale1S2 acres of land lying In Nulls Vulloy ltardtn Co Ky4W mllus from Hlnoyvlllo within M of n mile of Kldjso Spring church on the publl road goad dwelltng Ira usoor soven rooms barn und all necessary outbuildings two cisterns and a well In yard and plenty ot stock wutcr good each and apple orchard ltlnoyvllteKy Temperance In The Home Home and Farm We Rave from Missouri one letter protesting against all Home and Farm has been saying about temperance and declaring for every mans right to eat or drink as he pleases I stand for personal liberty declares our one angry subscriber So do we stand for personal liberty for the liberty of other persons as well as our own and justice seems to us a better name No man has a right to pamper his own base appetite and after years of indulgence die and leave a family for his neighbors to take care of Drink is the great curse of the hour It fills the graveyard prematurely and that fills the poorhouse and the jail Drink makes of many homes a hell When the drunkard enters a home all joy leaves it Wife and children see all hope of future success disappear Disgrace threatens the home Self denial deepens that the drink bill may be paid The clothes grow thin and thg meals poor that whisky may be had for one person That person loses all his charm for his wife loses the respect of his children loses his power and will to work and so staggers along the down ward slope to deathunwept and un honored even by those near to him No man has any right thus to sacrifice women and children to his own base passion such a claim is a mock ery of liberty or freedom Let us teach the young about the mothers knee the evil of strongdrink- as portrayed In the Bible and in every book of science or philosophy which they would care to read Teach the Illeffects of alcohol on the tlsssues of the body the brain cells on the digestive functions Point to the bleared eyes and the trembling hand and the bloated countenance as the awful example nature offers to establish the illeffect of strong drink Oh God that men should put art enemy in their months to steal away their brains Prohibition is the lawof the State that says thou shalt not To make the edict of the State effective the coming generation of boys and girls must be taught around the mothers knee that wine in all its forms wine is thename of all al coholic drinks that wine atilast J 1 INSURANCECapt District Manager Columbia Life Insur ance Co writes all kind of life insurance policies Accident and Sick Benefits and Special Mortgage Protection Plan Pol icy See him at once YOU t 10t11Eyes Trouble You I Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co t 4T BANK O- FCLOVER PORT Incorporated 1903 nu un u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 1 I SafeSound and- ConservaUve Small accounts receive the same careful1 attention as larger ones lordwe appro ciate your business and in fluence Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT K- Yi S i FOR SALE Store house and dwelling com bined corner First and HlfhSts Cloverport Ky Cistern base ment whole length of building sell at a bargain or ex for dwelling house in ttWill ROBERTS llardinsburg Kyj tiIIr J ur blteth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder II That Is the lesson Home and Farm would enforce at the beginning of wisdom and as essential to health to hope to happincs If there be those who believe that such lessons are an invasion of personal liberty he should not read this paper I J Children Cry U FOR FLETC- HERSCASTRIih i I I I S 1 III I s ea r 1 I th- eI 1 1 I MET MAYO IOPYRIGUT1908 DYDODD MEAD AND COMPANY I ii CHAPTER XI goln Into de Sunday sehoo I room to take off dnt ere vVid I TIJSI ows fiulshiu touches sol j I Maudy as she come down the steps All right ended Douglas Take those with you Perhaps they may help He gathered up the garlands Which Polly had left on the ground His eyes were shining He looked younger thnn Mandy load ever seen him Polly had turned her back at the n I sound of Mamlys voice nod crossed to f i itheelm tree drying her tears of leap 111 1piness and trying to control her newly i awakened emotions Douglas felt In tf I that she needed this moment 44tultlvely1 so he plied the leaves imindi garlands high In Mandys armsi t1 ran Into the house with the light step of n boy iiII I got the set=sltsetthn room all J tidied up said Mandy as she shot n Islyglance nt Polly Thats good Polly answered Inc ing Mandy at last and dimpling and blushing guiltily i Mos do sociable folks will mos I t l likely be hangln roun dc parsonage tonight stead ob staylu In do Sunday school room what dey belongs Las J time dat ere Widow Willoughby done t SeLt02l allJibenliY jbtcjlln de par son as how folks could jes eat offn her kitchen floor an I ups an tells her JL8 iSXLjJPi l SfilJiL pith1 I i UP a JIt I 1 Squat meal offn MahdyV floor ton Guess shell be mighty careful what f she says afore Mandy tonight SI cEuckled as ijhoj lsapj ogre jl down the Walk to the Sunday School room 4 folly stood motionless where Mandy had left her She hardly knew which i Way To Turn She was happy yeti afraid She felt like sinking upon her knees and bogging God to be good to her to help her She who had once beet so Independent so self reliant f now felt the need of direction from above She was no longer master of I gonett from her something that would never never come again While she hesi f tated Hasty came through the gate cf looking anxiously over his shoulder Well Hasty she said for It was r apparent that Hasty had something Important c i his mind Its de gig one from de circus he whispered excitedly The big one 11Youknowtic one what brungyou F i You dont mean Pollys question was answered by Hm himself who i had followed nasty quickly through L the gate Their arms were Instantly r about each other Jinn forgot Hast and every one In the world except n Polly and neither of them noticed the horrified Miss Perkins and the Widow fil Wllloughby who hind been crossing the card on their way from the Sunday school room with Julia t Youre Just as big as I ever said i Polly when she could let go of Jim i1 long enough to look at him You o havent changed a bit Youve changed enough for both of j J us He looked nt the unfamiliar long 1skirts and Ithe now way of doing her hair Youre bigger Poll more grown up likeOh Jim She glanced admiringly at the new brown suit the rather startling tie and the neat little posy In b Jlm8 buttonhole The fellows said Id have to slick i up a bit If I was acomln to see you eo as not to make you ashamed of me Do you like em he asked looklu down approvingly at his new brown A clothes 4 Very much For the first time Jim noticed the unfamiliar mummer of he + Speech Ho began to feel self con You mean that you aint never comin bacW- eclous A year ago she would have saIduYou bet Ho looked at her Awkwardly Sho hurried on Hasty told me yoU wero showing In Wake field I knew youd come to see me Hows Barker and all the boys She stopped with a catch in her throat and 1 added more slowly I suppose every lit things different now that Tobv Is S I J goneHed a liked to seen you afore lie cashed In Him answered but mayb It was Just as well he didnt Yout hardly a knowcd him toward the last lie got so thin nn peeked like Ill wasnt the same after wo lost you nobody was not even Dingo Have you still got Bingo she ask cdthrough her tears Yep we got him drawled Jim Clbut ho aint much gocd no more None of the other riders can get used to his gait like you was There ttlnI nobody with the show what can touch you rldln there never will be Say mebbe you think Barker wont let ou a yell when ho sees you comln back Jim was Jubilant now and he let out a little yell of his own at the mere thought of her return Ho was too excited to notice the look on Pollys face Toby had a notion before he died that you was never acomlnt back but i told him Id change all that once 1 seen you an when Barter sent me over here today to look titter the advcrtisln he said ho guess ed youd hind all you wanted o church folks Jes you bring her along to Wakcfleld he said an tell her that her place Is waltln for her an I will too He turned upon Polly with sudden decision Why I feel jes like plckln you up In my arms an corrylu you right off now A JJSXif Wait Jim Sl6 put one tiny hand on Lila arm to restrain him- I dourmeannottodaymebbci i stammered uncertalnlr but well be back here ashowln next mouth Dojit look nt me now Polly an swered as the doglike eyes searched her face because 1 have to say something that is going to hurt you Jim Youre comlu aint you Poll T- The big face was wrinkled and cure worn with trouble No Jim she replied In a tone so low that he could scarcely hear her You menu that you aint never comln buck He tried to realize what such a decision might mean to himNo Jim she answered tenderly for sho dreaded the pain that she must cause the great good hearted fellow You mustnt care like that sin pleaded seeing the blank desolation that had come Into his face It Isnt because I dont love you just the same and it was good of Barker to keep my place for mo but I cant go back He turned away She clung to the rough brown sleeve Wily Jim when I lie in my little room up there ut nlght8ho glanced toward the window above themnnd everythjng Is peaceful and still I think how it used to bo In the old days the awful noise I anti the rush of It all the cheerless iI wagons the mob in the tent time ring with its blazing lights the whirling round and round on Bingo and tlllI hoops always time hoops till my head got dizzy and my eyes all din anil then the hurry after the show and the heat and the dust or the mud and the rain mud tie rumble of the wheel1 in the plains at night and the shrieks of the animals and then the parade the awful iwful parade and I riding through the streets In tights Jim tights She covered her face to Shut out the memory I couldnt go hack to It Jim I Just couldnt She turned away her face still hidden in her bauds IIe looked nt her a long while In silence- I didnt know how youd come to feel about It ho said doggedly You arent angry Jim She tamed to him anxiously her eyes pleading for his forgiveness Angry he echoed almost bitterly I guess It couldnt ever come to that ntween you an me Ill be all right Ho shrugged his great shoulders Its Just kinder sudden thats all You see I never figured on glvln you up an when you said you wasnt comln back it kinder seemed as though 1 couldnt see uothln all my life but long dusty roads an nobody in em But its all right now an Ill just be gettin along to the wagon But Jim you havent semi Mr Douglas Polly protested trying to keep him with her until she could think of some way to comfort him Ill look In on him com In back said Jim anxious to be alone with his disappointment lIe was out of time gate before she could stop ulni Hurry back wont you Jim Ill be waiting for you She watched him going quickly down the road his lists thrust Into his brown coat pockets and his hat pulled over his eyes L did not look back as he used to do to wave u parting farewell and sho turned to ward tho house with n troubled heart She had reached the lower step when Strong nail Klverson approached her from the direction of the church Was that feller hero to take youI back to the circus demanded Strong She opened her lips to reply but be fore she could speak Strong assuredI her that the congregation wouldnt doI anything to stop her If she wished tto go Ho saw the blank look on her taco Wo aint trylu1 to pry Into none of your private affairs he explained but my daughter saw you and thatt there feller ainakln up to each other If youre calcUlatln to run away withh hint youll save a heap of trouble CorJ the parson by doln it Quick lJ 1 r o I 1 p The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing in this country most dnucerous because so ccen Iilanysuddendeaths by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy arc often thin result of kid hey disease If kidney trouble is allowcdtoadvauco thekidneypoison ed blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment iin laUJcbackness or the kidneys themselves brcak down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost phvnys rcsu from a derangement of time kidneys and better health in that organ is obtains quickest by a proper treatment of time kid neys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant uccessit of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up ninny times during the night The mild and immediate effec of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands time highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and iis sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have ia sample bottle and a book that tells al1 about it bout sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a denier sell you something in place ofSwamp Root if you do you will be disappointed The parson Yon cant blame the congregation for not wnntln him to keep you here You got sense enough to see how it looks Hed see It too If he Wasnt Just plain bullheaded Well hed bet ter ef over his stubbornness right flow If ho font well get another minister thats all Another minister You dont nicanj It was clear enough inow She recalled Douglas troubled look of an hour ago She remembered how he hind asked If she couldnt go away It was this that ho meant when ho promised not to give her up no matter what happened In an Instant site was at the deacons side pleading and terrified You wouldnt get another minister Oh please Deacon Strong listen to me listen You were right about Jim lie didl come to get me and 1 am going back to tl circus only you wont send Mr Douglas away you wont Say you w nt She was searching his eyes for mercy It wasnt his fault that I kept staying on He dldn know how to get rid of mo lie did try lie tried only today So hes CQinln round sneered StrongYes yes and you wont blame him any more will you she hurried on anxiously Youll let him stay uo matter what he does If 1 promise to go away and never never come back againI holdln no grudge agin him Strong grumbled He talks pretty rough aoiricKmes but lies been a gorO enough minister I aint forgettln that iOh thank you Mr Ftrons tlnnk you Ill go iuy things It wont tape a mliniti Flu was running up lime steps when 11 sudden tlimiihtI stopped her She returned tukkly to Stronjr Wed better not let him know just yet You can tell him afterward Tel him that I1 ran away Toll him that She was Interrupted by Douglas who came from the house Hullo Strong Back again he asked In some surprise Polly remained with tier eyes fixed upon the deacon searching for some way of escape Time pastor ap proached She burst Into nervous laughter Whats the joke Douglas askedIts only a little surprise that time deacon timid I nre planning Sho trie1 to control the catch In her voice Youll know about It soon wont ho deacon Oiod afternoon Mr Strong She Hew Into the house laughing hys terically Douglas nllowcd her to time steps with a puz led frown It wns unlike Polly to give way to her moods befor others IHave yi sientlomen changed your minds about the little girl stay lug ont he asked uneasily Its all right now said Strong Beating hlmwlf with a complacent air All right How so questioned Douglas w re and more puzzled h tilt deaionn evident satisfaction Because sold Strontr rlslm niul AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS No 270 TWO IN ONE We ship nil vehicles Direct from our Factor G O D to Cuosumcr ubJect to examination an Approval on 30 days free trial lit ia ofthe grcate Importance to time Globe nU 4iy Iiarness Co tl have every one who deals wuh WI n pleased lnc tialts8ed Customer No effort spared to oak each shipment such excellent value in quality o material workmanship finish and style c Vehicle that It will be a Lasting Advertlscmen find brlngusmany orders in return If we pleas you by selling you an honestly made buggy nu at a price less the Middlemans 1roflt wi recommenrluur goods to your neighbor Ou Guarantee absolutely ai Rood to our customer as It would be to a dealer Ifllooclsare nut m represented your money Is returned to you Yd lakonoriskWe honest Vehicles and Homes tave our customers money fill orders prompt Writeor our Fro Ilutbiy and Harness Catalogue GLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COtfPAN OWEfJSBORO KENTUCKY f J farlnf the pastor because your cur cus rldln pal Is golu to leave you or her own accord Hava you been talking to that girl asked Douglas sternly- I hoe said Strong holding his groundSee here deacon If youve been browbeating that child I many forgot that Im a minister The knuckles on Douglas largo lists grew whiter Shes golly I tell you and It alut because of what I said either Shes goln back to tho circus I dont believe you You would 9t1 believed mo If youd seen tho fellow that was just acallln on her and her nhuggln anti aklKsln of hint timid apromlein that shed be- n waitim for him here when he comeback You lIe cried Douglas taking n step toward the retreating deacon Theres the fellow now cried Strong as he pointed to time gate Suppose you ask hlni aforo you call mo a liar- Douglas turned quickly and saw Jim approaching His face lighted up with relief authc sight of the big lumber ing fellow How are you Mr Douglas said Jim awkwardly Youve seen Polly asked Douglas shaking Jim cordially by the hound Yes Ive seen herw Time deacon lhero has an fIdea that Vet IouU sarc a heal of trouble for the parson by damn U quick Polly Is going back to the circus with you lIe nodded toward Strong almost laughing at the surprise in store for him Back to the circus asked Jim Did she say anything to you about it IID was worried by the bewilder ment in Jims manner Before Jim could reply Polly who had reached the steps In time to catch the last few wits slipped quickly between them She wore her coat and hat and carried a small brown satchel Of ooursc I didl didnt I Jim she said turning her back upon the pas tor amid motioning to Jim not to an swap Douglas gazed at her In aston t ishment I IWhlltr do wu mean t ho as td In a hoaisi Mtralnid voice HP glanced at the coat and hat Where Cur you going Pull avoided his eyes and continued i nervously to Jim What mantle yon come back Why didnt you wait for me down the street Now youve spoiled every thing She pretended to be very vexed with him The big fellow look ed puzzled lIe tried to protest but she put n warning finger to her lips and pressed the little brown satchel Into hits hand Its no use she event on hurriedlyl Vo might as well tell them everything now She turned to Douglas find pretended to laugh You have found us out The deacons were slightly uneasy The frown on Douglas forehead was deepeningOh how serious he looks she teased with a toss of her head toward the grim vlsaged pastor Is this some trick ho demanded sternlyDont be angry she pleaded Wish me luck She held out one small hand lIe dd not take It She wavered then she felt the eyes of the deacons upon her Courage returned and she spoke in i firm clear vplcc I am going to run awayDouglas stepped before her and stud led her keenly Run away he exclaimed incredulously Yesto the circus with Jim You couldnt do such a thing he answered excitedly Why only a mo ment ago you told me you would never leave me Oh but that was a moment ago she cried In a strained high Voice Thus was before Tim came You see I didnt know how I felt until I saw Jim anti heard all about my old friends how Barker Is keeping my plate for me and how they all want tQ see mo And I want to see them and to hear the music and the laugh ter and tho clown songs Oh tho clown s ngsShe waltzed about humming tho snatch of melody thin Maudy had heard tho morning that Polly first woka lit time parsonage f Ting llnp- fThatsf how the bells ring t Tint ling pretty young thing 1 She paused her hands clasped be hind her head mind gazed at them with s a bravo little smile Oh Its going to be flno flnelJ You dont know whatyoure doing said Douglas He seized her roughly by the arm Pain was making huh f brutal I wont letY uJo DO you I hoar me I wontnot until youve r 1M o 7u i rstrI T gHftI VI r= I I WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALii and th- eBRECKENRIDGE t NEWSjj titI Both One Year for 150 r if you willgive or send your order totthis paper not to the Courier Journal I f Daily CourierJournal Yer 600 l Sunday Courier Journal e 200 l We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper thought It over I have thought It over Polly answered meeting his eyes and trying to speak lightly Her lips trembled She could not bear for him to think her so ungrateful She remembered his great kindness the many thoughtful acts that had made time past year so pre claus to her- Youive been awfully good to me Mr John She tried to choke back a sob Ill never forget itnever Ill always feel the same toward you But you mustnt ask mo to stay I want to gets back to them that knew me first to my own Circus folks arent cut out for parsons homes and I was born in time circus I love ItI love it She felt her strength going and cried out wildly = 1 want Bingo I want to go round and round the ring I want the lights and the music and the hoops I I want tho shrieks of the animals and the rumble of time wheels in tho plains at night I want to rldo In the big par rade I want to live mid die Just die as circus tolls die I I want to go back I want to go back She put out one trembling hand to Jim and rushed quickly through the gate laughlg and sobbing hysterically and calling to him to follow To be Continued Life 100000 YearsAgo Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ajo when life was in con stant danger from wild beasts Today the clangeras shown by A W Brown of AlexanderLMe is largely front dead ly disease If it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have lived he writes Usuf fering as I did from a severe lunctroulle and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia its the bestmed icine ou earth 50c and 100 Gu ran teed by Seyers Drug Co Trial bottle free SUMMER BEDROOM SET White Furniture Upholstered In Chintz Attractive For Cottages The most attractive furniture of white enamel and flowered chintz Is found In the stores these days belug designed specially for use in summer cottages though never out of place In a IN WHITE ENAMEL any home Bedroom furniture of all white is surely more restful than any made of more costly or magnificent woods It Js easily kept clean as It requires no polishing and needs only to be wiped oft with a slightly damn fined cloth t p rR Ny f t4Y f i 1 THE WORLDSGREATEST PARK Rlyenriew Chicagos Duxliag FdryUoi j of Amusement DeviceiiTo see Chicago at play one must go to JRlvorview Groat clUes are attractive la tl gay moods and the motfopoUs on thq lake Is never merrier than when d1portI- ng a itself in this wonderful park rt 0paredmagnitude fabulous Investment or attendance d i S Frequently 250000 men women and children are within the enclosure of the r vast and beautiful resort Instantly tt after ono enters tho white masonry ofutho gates and till he emerges he Is mys titled bewildered entranced Broad vistas g lead everywhere to turreted pavll lions circuses theaters ballets Streets B of Cairo ball parks casinos water d hturocoasters menageries Japanese pagodas C eeatf Blvorvlow is a festival city with Italrchimes of bells peals of organs roar or ttrains cooling swish of waters tlaahint E2 j 4 of foaming lakes boat whistles stringed Instruments tomtoms euphonies of bagpipes chanting of Indians hymnals I In sncrod plays yells of cowboys reports of runes and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations of a million birds and animals jubilee singing shouto and all1imajesticbe t band FF Its Chutes cascades 600 feet in mid air spray crystal waters in continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend la clouds of mist dashing downward until they skim the surface of the lake lashting Us transparent waters Into foam Laughter and shouts of delighted pas sensors accompany tho musical murmur of the falling cascades In n thrilling Wild West cowboys and Indians exhibit feats oC broncho rldriIng The biblical story of Babylon Is en andwomenStho l In DIg Ottos Animal Jungle Mies 4 Dixie young pretty and fearless anf tern aden ot Ions jaguarspanthersD4wildcats She seizes the Jaws of a Ift1 blan lion forces thorn open and thrusts n her head between great teeth thatilu+ dangerously against her white throat A naval battle between tho Monitorana Merrlmac the Kyfhausen the BarbarossahistoricalCamels and elephants beat laughing children In a Flea Circus tiny insect hippodromecircle and giant swings motor and sub marine boats deep sea divers live whales skating rinks velvet and aerial l10UBandgardens Chinese pavllllons double dellghtImpartlngdevlS1ls plaisanoeacourtsBlvorvlew an emerald forest under an silveryrivermyriadsthrongsAnever conceivedNOTICE Please do not ask us 1opubllshoJt1u aries free All newspapers of aHyj sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of deatht im mediately after they occur Edlitfi is7pit1 1 w4 l GAVEL MADE ROADS f I lIitYfngineert Shows Why I f They Are Easily Built r ADBED MUST BE KEPT DRY rface Should Be So Shaped That Water Will Run Off and Not Pene irate Value of Underdralns Side I I DItchea and Rolling At a meeting of the Missouri Hlgh rtly Engineers association held at eWersou City F P SpaldIng pf Co imbla Sto rend a paper on gravel pds and said in part gravelor broken stone when used or a road is intended to form a hard nrface which will resist the wear C the trnlljc and which will shed the rater without softening In rainy rcathcr or when snow is melting ho gravel or macadam is not in tsjelf n rigid structure but depends upon the firmness of tho earth below t upontlip surface harder and more resistant wear and the action of water than he earth surface that It replaces amt ttPjf only be effective when the road letIt is properly shaped and drain I id and when the surface has such orpr as to cause the water which Ills upon It to quickly run off jvlth rot penetrating the road Joining mudholes with gravel is not nuking a gravel road This is only a resting good material I can recall a nudholo into which gravel was regu arly dumped every spring for years nd each time when the ground thaw d out in tho following spring the mud yas again on top and ready to swal Mv another dose of gravel Probably here is enough gravel In that hole KXJ or 800 feet long to make a mile if good gravel road Finally a road II supervisor come along who put lu n tow hundred feet of tile and crowned the road surface and there has been no mudhole there since TJRic form which should be given to an earth roadbed and the methods of drainage to be used depend lm each In stance upon the local conditions Jt rounding the road The ability of RurIII to sustain a load depends in a large Measure upon the amount of water contained by It Most earth forms a good foundation so long as It is kept dry but when wet it loses Its sustain lug power becoming wet and Incoher ent When softened by water soil is easily displaced by the settling of the road or forced upward Into any space thereItoreI sustained and the surface of the road kept firm and oven it Is of first impor tance that the roadbed bo kept dry jibe Improvement and maintenance of In road are therefore largely questions profvent water from reaching the road anti to provide means for Immediately re moving such as does reach it before the soil becomes saturated and sot toned Surface drainage Is always necessary It the body of the road Is to be kept In a dry condition and Is accomplished by having the surface of such form that water falling upon It will quickly run into the gutters Underdralns will not drain water from the surface of a road and unless tho crown is at all times maintained and the surface kept smooth water Is likely to stand upon the surface and penetrate Into the road And this Is Just as true of a gravel or stone road aa of the earth surface At the side of the road longitudinal ditches must bo provided for tho pur pose of carrying the water drained from the surface of the road to some point where it may bo turned Into n natural drainage channel In many in stances these sIde ditches also carry drainage from land adjacent to the road The size and form of the gut ters will naturally depend upon the qurntlty of water to bo carried and the slope of the gutters Where the quantity of water to be carried Is small tho extension of the slope of the road surface may bo sufllclent without any special gutter being provided In forming a roadbed upon which to place a gravel or macadam surface the earth roadbed should be made as linn and smooth as possible before the placing of the surfacing material Wherever possible the earth after be ing brought to grade and given the proper form for receiving the surface should be rolled with a heavy roller nntll It is firmly packed and able to Field efficient support to tho surface In any case the surface should not be laced until the roadbed Is thoroughly settled anfi packed In place Tortured on a Horse Forten years I couldnt ride a horse without being in torture from piles 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 Tho Way Out- Think love said Mrs Gobsa tSoldc I ordered n dinner gown and that tiresome dressmaker has sent me a traveling suit Well what are you going to do about It Gobsa Golde demanded The only thing Is for us to go abroad again she sighed Cincinnati Enquirer Read Our New Story w ElectrlI c BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE is the best medicine ever sold Iit over a druggists counter jkoulfry Secrets Disclosed THEREar secrets in the poultry business as any other i the best methods and newest discoveries seldom reach the amateur poultry raiser and the general public for years after they are origi estated A new method of absolutely insuring the fertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash ValueN- and It diicoreret Is pot to be blamed lot keeping to himself Now for the it time the secrets of many of the moil luccetiful poultrymen are made nkIW No confidence hat been violated every secret hai been 1 f Obtained in an Honorable Way HI by outright purchase 2 by free permlulon given the author Michael K Boyer 3 collecting old valuable but little known methods 4 by MI- Boyeri own experience covering 30 buiy years Since this book was first ad vertlied lour of five months ago It has been necessary to print eight editions w and many new and valuable iccreta have beers added to the original book A Few of the More Important Secrets Read What Purchasers Say Iloyeri new system for Insuring fertility of setting c cud am Ingenious method for saving the weak Incu art worth their weliht In gold Why I paid nbator chicks tot th fprouU4omte method You certainly jUo I K Felons System of Inbreeding without the least itytihens the central thought of the cailedIloganIotterandialmerSystemsrs v tat ft7rDilIflfI hot care to andforttike GOBI R KUNQSLAN1 Montrllle ret n N 1Several new food formulas many of them the same as expensive patented foods Alto Poultry Secrttn I will say I h te lec greentaOdthis tat for the rIOt fifteen years and hare SystemahemgLwklhatIpnbllhedonthlnul4act and other new rules ruetraluabilknow forIsmallsljournal Eminently latlffied with all three Grundys method of obtaining bulky food at a cost ofGot bushelsr or L YoUIDfRBUROII Itrtord TeauProfessor Secret of Laying Food for produdngeggs leanhensAND MANY OTHERS NOT ENUMERATED IIEKE It would be absurd to expect every bit of this Information to be unknown to I wo make no such claim Hut to the great majority of poultrymen It will absolutely new everyone value r departmentIblaedildamJmoraluablthanUe tnagailno monthly with 00000 anUcrlberl Nor dreary technical rum badly printed on cheap paper fullyt medical and trhy lrtlltmDII but a magulu for the Lomehem vane or country I wfl printed lUuitraUd clean clever quaint and alnayi cheerful i Inteuiely prartlcar equally at home en a thousand acts farm or onaViuburban back garden 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Ikind In the decomposing substance The gauze however kept them from effecting thl natural object wjth the result that tho eggs were laid on the surface of the gauze and the maggots timer hatched out while the decay of tho pleat went on uninterruptedly without a single maggot appearing in its substance On this childishly simple experiment the great fabric of the germ theory pi today was founded for If tlM law of universal parentage applied to the case of maggots and meat It was vicar argued Kcdi that It must apply universally Subsequent experimentation proved the words to be true and so to day when our attention is focused upon germs or microbes so minute that we might accommodate many hundreds of thousands of them on tho surface of a postage stump we again come face to face with Redls first principle that each germ could only have sprung from a preceding and parental organ ism Brooklyn Eagle A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid you 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Hendrick She will also t visit Mrs Alvin Withers of near Kirk H H Kemper cashier of the First i t State Bank left last Tuesday for Minot a 1NorthDakota on a business trip A Suter has charge of the bank in the IBIi I Iabsenceof Mr Kemper r Why dont you delight the houso i Iwaft by furnishing her pure and wholesome flout Your grocer keeps- it its the Lewisport Hour J M1 Herndon left Tuesday for an extensive Western trip of several weeks H u McClatchey has sold his barber shop and fixtures to Everett Ashcraft Mr McClatchey has been here for the i past two years and has made many TUi R Bland has taken his place and he is t tanexperienced barber r Ii I inIness Miss Bell Harrison arrived here o- nt the early train Friday from Sikeston t Mo for a visit to her cousins the Misses Cowley 1 ff The Misses Plank and Miss Jennie Mabel Harris of Cloverport Misses Margaret Stirman and Francis Little I of Owensboro and Miss Laura Cham bers of Louisville who have been the 10 guests of Miss Claire Jolly here in a i house party have had a most charming I visit They left for their respective i homes Wednesday A number of par ties picnics and hay rides were given for them this last week Mrs Eliza Taylor of Custer returned Monday after a brief visit to Mr and Mrs Henry Head I j jMissI Essie Biggs spent Monday and I Tuesday at Stephensport with her sis ter Mrs Kirby BlaIne entertainedIITuesday evening in honor I s Biggs Games were played and re t freshments were served All spent a pleasant evening Miss Alton St Claire returned Sat i urday from Hardinsburg after being the guest of friends for a week Miss Nannie McGehee who has been t visiting relatives at Long Branch and f i Brandenburg returned home Saturday Mrs Julius Sipple is at home from a r 1 visit with her parents Mr and Mrs j t McCoy jat Union Star I Mr and Mrs Fred Brite have re turned from a visit to his parents at Lewisport Mr and Mrs Henry Yager of Clo Yerporf wejrg visitors of Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee last week r r 7L f I A i 4rr r 4 Mrs Jones after being with her sister Mrs Allie Claycomb for several days left for Louisville Tuesday Quite a number of guests were nicely entertained with a game party the past week by Miss Jessie Brady About midnight elegant refreshments were I served The outoftown guests were Miss Essie Biggs and Miss Laura Chambers both of Louisville Mr and Mrs N B Netherton and daughter Louise have concluded a several days visit to relatives and friends at Leitchticld Mrs J K Bramletto and children will leave this week for Alton Ind for an indefinite visit to her brother and sister Mr and Mrs Will Fullenwider Miss Irene Bandy was the hostess ton party given at her home near town Saturday evening from 8 to 10 to a number of her young friends Miss Claire Jolly leaves today for Louisville for a visit to Miss Laura ChambersMrs E Smith and son of St Louis Mo is spending this week with Mr and Mrs G N Lyddan Richard Wathen of Bardstown Junc tion was the guest ot Mr and Mrs W J Piggott last Saturday and Sunday Dr Matlock of Owensboro was the guest of the Rev and Mrs T W Graves Sunday evening A B McGlothlan returned Saturday from a two weeks business trip to Hawesville and Lewisport Miss Margaret Dorsey arrived here from Indianapolis Ind Friday to spend the rest qf the month of July with Mrs D C Heron at her country hcjme Mt Pisgah William White of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Nellie Smith Sunday Misses Alberta Drury and Fannie Hardaway Messrs Ben Stith and Ed gar Hardaway of the Bewleyville neighborhood wore in a house party from Friday until Sunday at the home of Miss Essio Kendall Mrs Piggotts class of girls met with her on Wednesday for their quarterly election of officers They call them selves the I T Class Their colors are purple and gold and their class flower is the pansy Their record for the past quarter was excellent having finished a thorough drill on the first missionary journey and the facts winch cluster about it Record for the quarter shows Eliza Piggott present thirteen Sabbaths contributions 26 cents Carra D Frakes present eleven Sabbaths contributions 12 cents Julia Lyons twelve Sabbaths contribution 12 cents Bessie Arnold eleven Sabbaths contribution 11 cents Zelnia Wilson elevenSabbaths contri bution 10 cents Mrs Piggott present eleven Sabbaths and contribution 39 cents Those who fell below eleven Sabbaths are omitted in the published report Mrs Willard Arnold and children expect to leave some time this week for a ten days visit to relatives at Fords BranchI I Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist church this coming Saturday and Sunday Earl Bennett was in the city last week on a business trip Miss Minnie Stith left for Washing ton D C Friday after being the guest of her parents nt Bewleyville Miss Essie Biggs who has been vis iting Mrs L H Jolly and the Misses McGlothlan for the past two weeks leaves for her home in Louisville today Dave Henry left for Chattanooga Tenn Saturday after being the guest of his parents Miss Nannie Childs has closed her millinery shop for the summer and gone to her home at Guston to be with her parents Mr and Mrs Childs Mr Frank of near Hardinsburg was the guest of his sister Mrs Allie Clay comb Sunday Mrs Ed Montgomery and son Chas Edward of LouiSville are the guests of her sister Mrs Chas Chamberlain this week Roscoe Pearson of Cecelian was the guest of Miss Claudia Bandy last week A B Suter was in Custer the first of last week on a business trip Mrs Louis H Jolly is taking special interest in her summer music class which is composed of students mostly from the country who are unable to attend during the winter months The class is progressing nicely and doing some goodwork The members of the Sunbeam Society will give an ice cream supper on Saturday evdning July 17 In the vacant house on Railroad street Mrs Matt Payne will have charge of the children Luther Marr and family of Custer were visitors of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons for two days last week Mrs Brandenburg who has been In Louisville the guest of her daughter MrsEd Montgomery for a month has returnedMrs Major and little daugh ter of Louisville came down Monday to befire guestof her parents Mr null Mrs Bate Washington 1a1t 7Ia r ri- HANDS CRACKED I RAW AND SCALY TerrlblyArmsAff CrackingSleop sibleWas Fairly Worn Out CUTICURA SOON CURED HIS FEARFUL ECZEMA nnhumorbeganhand It started in to spread anil- pretty soon it covered both my hands and got up over my wrists and oven up to tho elbows Tho itching and gotnIlwas doing a good part of tho time tho surface would bo covered with blisters and then get raw Tho eczema got so bad in around the pit of my thumbs that I could not move tho thumbs without deep cracks appearing I went to my doctor but his medicine could only stop tho itching and did not seem nightIsleep often lyIng awalm untilwell towatd morning then waking up still tired I am a chef and steward by trade and I had to givo up my place as my hands theydidthe food I could not bear to touch positivelybadthem with oil This sort of business went on for threo months and I kept trying zinc and tar ointments and such remedies notknowout For a long timo several friends kept asking mo why I didnt uso Cutl cura and at last I thought I would First I got the Cutlcura Soap then Cuticura Ointment and at last Cutlcura Resolvent I put tho Cuticura Oint ment on at night covering my hands mornIng lined with scales sometimes half as long as your finger leaving nice healed places where tho scales had been In a month I was cured and have kept so now for nino months My hands and arms are perfectly clear of all traces of eczema and I think I am well rid of it Walter II Cox 10 Somerset St Boston Mass Sept 2C 1JOS worldPotierJiasa Mailed Tree CulJcura Hook on BUIaDlBKuev MissEthel Dowell left for West Point Saturday after being the guest of her cousin Miss Eva Payne Mr and Mrs Maurice Gilbert and son arrived Monday from Paducah and are visiting Mrs Gilberts parents Mr and Mrs S R Payne- A Baraca Class was organized at the Methodist church on last Sunday after noon by Mr A B Coleman The class meets every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock and all the men of the town are given a most cordial invitation to come So try it on next Sunday afternoon and I know you will be benefited HOME ENDORSEMENT THundreds Of Cloverport Citizens Can Tell You All About It Home endorsement the public ex pression of Cloverport people should be evidence beyond dispute for every Cloverport reader Surely the ex perience of friends and neighbors cheerfully given by them will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers residing in faraway places Read the following Price Graham railroad St1 Clo verport Ky saysHI can recom mend Deans Kidney Pills as a remedy that will live up to representations For four years I suffered from disor dered kidneys and the secretions were much too frequent in passage durliugI neys and greatly aggravate my trou ble My back ached severely and when I stooped I was seized by sharp twinges through my loins The ache In my back at night greatly disturb ed my rest and In the morning I rose feeling lame arid sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and languid Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store relieved me in a short time and it required but the contents of four boxes to effect a complete cure I can state that this cure has proven to be a permanent one and It gives me pleasure to re commend Doans Kidney Pills to others aflllcted in a similar manner For sale by aU dealers Price 50 cents Poster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other FREE WHEAT BAGS Farmers who will contract their wheat to us will be loaned sacks FREE OF CHARGE in which to ship same Consult us about prices before selling elsewhere Ballard Ballard Co Louisville Ky i f n 1 HARUINSBURG Miss Mary Payne of Bcwleyvjllei was the guest of her sister Mrs Witt last week W 0 Duvall left Saturday for a ten days trip to Owenton Miss Annie Lee Bishop is in Louts vile for a two weeks visit Miss Lelah Bell Hawkins of Steph port was the guest of Mrs Frank DeHaven several days last week Chris Klnnlson who has been at Hartford since February came up Saturday for a visit here and at Buras Mrs Clarence Hodge left Wednes day for McBeansboro Iliafterl a visit to her parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board Master Rob Board and sister Agnes of Louisville are visiting their grandparents Judge and Mrs Milton Board and other relatives here Miss Louise Moorman and Miss Hannah Beard are guests of Mrs Herbert Beard near town Rev D W Scott of Ellzabethtown who isspendln the week with rela tives and friends will preach at the M E Church South Wednesday night His theme will be The Tern pie of The Ages Presiding Elder A P Lyon of Elizabethtown will fill Dr Mathers pulpit Sunday morning and Sunday night Quarterly meeting will be continued next day Dave Walls left Sunday for Custer where he opened school the next day Miss Laura Easty of Barboursvillc is the guest of Misses Nannie and Della Kincheloe Dr Mather will preach at Irvington Sunday morning and at night Miss Flora Meador of Basin Spring was the guest of the Misses Payne near town last week T J Moore spent Sunday In Glen deaneTeachers examination Friday and SaturdayDemocratic Mass Convention next Monday at the Court House for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various county officesfGus Brown has beep quite ill for a few daysI Mrs Will Lennon returned last week from a visit at Stephensport- Mr and Mrs F W Lewis of qon tinental Ohio are here until after the fair John Alexander went to Buras Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Amy AlexanderI Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome Hour Yourgrocer keeps it Its the Lewisport Hour Mrs R B Pierce nnd son W D were here Monday the guests of Miss Tula Daniel McDaniels played Hardinsburgon the local diamond Friday afternoon with h score of 11 to 4 in favor of Hardinsburg A big crowdwitnessed the game Jeff Dillon Godfrey Ball Lindsay Kincheloe and Joe Morrison were in Oloverport Sunday Marriage Licecnses James Norton Ida E Nottingham Tice Tindall Ada Nash D H Wilson Martha E Nix Ernest Osliorne Sallie Tindall Red Gum Lumber Can it be true that the experts of the Department of Agriculture have found a practicable method of treat ing the red gum wood found in the swamps of Arkansas Mississippi and Louisiana so as to prevent its warp ingThis timber prevails almost incal culably in the Yazoo and Tensas bottom lands and othersimilar forma tions throughout the South The trees shoot straight up more than a hundred feet and are often six feet in diameter The trunks frequently rise without branches for at least sixty feet There has never been any great mystery as to this remarkable wood The question has been rather of difficulty and expense When dressed It presents a perfectly smooth surface is susceptible of the highest polish and shows a beautiful dark red color Some thirty Years ago an officer of a railway running through northern Louisiana had a car finished inside in red gum and the appearance was sumptuous So far as we know the experiments Istopped there probably on account of the cost The lands in which these trees grow are the richest alluvial deposits in the world but owing to the anonual freshets in the Mississippi River they are for the most part abandoned to the wilderness At one time they were public lands and could be pur chased from the State at a dollaj or two an acre Even now we fancy I t Y M r Y w i 4Y t KINGSWOOD COLLEGE Stands for higher education and Biblical ChristiAnityeducate body mind and soul gives special attention aud emphasis to the normal ndt cramming department Free tram the evils and excltment of town and city Terms most reasonable School opens September 2 1000 Camp meeting Aug 24 to t Sept 2 1000 Catlogue free on application Call on or address t 1 JiiW HUGHES President Kingswood 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