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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 40 i t lR- S THE BRECKENBIDGEi NEW I Yt J r i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1909 8 Pates NO2 II HOSTSIEMOCRA TIC IN CONVENTION ASSEMBLED Dominate a Clean Sober Conservative 1icket From t 1 Top to Bottom r NTHUSIASTIC BODY OF DEHQCRATIC VOTERS V c C Vic Robertson of Glendeane mocratic Nominee for County Clerk He will turn the Key tto Success for a Ii Democratic Party of Breckenridge t + t THE TICKET 1 for County Court ClerkC Vic RobertsonffYYIll- For County Judge Matthias FMillerjj 4 For Circuit Clerklee Wallstt For County Attorney V G ibbage m j For Sheriff II G Vessels I For Superintendent of Schools t oe WTrent I i For Jailer William Gilbert i r For Assessor Peyton Clay I omb 1 For Coroner Lee Bishop e1 For Representativelion D Cjj loorman jTy7 rge and enthusiastic body of Dem jfmet in Mass Convention at Har J ifrgf Monday to nominate candi f fbr the various county offices to be jpext November The convention promptly at 130 p in and was d to order by Chairman Thos J e I 1 calling the convention together Moore made an eloquent and en astir appeal to his fellow Demo L gave an account of his steward I Ias chairman promised his loyal fort tp the ticket to be named and whoever was named In that con bonwould be elected next Novem K f Moores speech was enthusiasti received and heartily applauded pad the call and awaited the pleas the convention- is Lightfoot was the first to speak aid it was his pleasure and delight it jn nomination Mr Moore for per itt chairman H L Stader sec i the nomination There being no nominations Mr Lightfoot put is Potion and every man in the house 1 yea by rising to their feet y Doorman was then unani ily elected secretary Whjtworth then moved that the ntion proceed with nominations iin regular order viz County Clerk Pty Judge Circuit Clerk County d Fl eriff Superlntendel1t 1 Jailer Assessor Surveyor er Representative Ii Mr Wu worth in an eloquent a dress J and fitting tribute to his friend and fellow Democrat said the e would be no mtstake made by noininatieg that prince of good meu a man as clean and pure s any man who ever walked up and I down the county and a mau who would carry nil the Democrats and half the 1 Republicans that man said he is noneJJ othr than C Vic Robertson Thet auntion of his name sent a thrill of enItbuiiasm through the house and the nomt then some Judge Henry DeHaven Mojrtnan th jn I put in nomination for County Judge I Judge Matthias Miller tlje Ulan whom 1 he succeeded in office It was his great pleasure he said to name him as his successor He said he Was also grate ful to the people for what they had doneII for himMr Millers nomination was made unanimousMr putin nomination Lee Walla for Circuit Clerk Will Hook second ing the nomination His nomination like those before was made unanimous John E Monarch said it was the 1finest entertainment he had had in years and it carried him back to theI good old Democratic days and he was glad to bo present and back home again and participate once more in a good oldtime Democratic Convention Ijko this But he said I am here to name a man for oneof the most important of fices in the countythat of County At torney It gives me great pleasure he said to name a man wife is skilled in the law loyal to his party and a man of the highest integrity and honor that man is Virge Babbage whom you all know Henry Matthews said it was the proudest moment of his life and he was glad to see the enthusiasm and genuine good feeling manifested in this conven tion He wanted to second the nomination of Virge Babbage for he considered him the best man in the county for the place Mr Babbages nomina tien was made unanimous Jim Jurboe caught the eye of the chairman and said that Mooleyvil o waS still Democratic I and always would bo He wanted to name n man for the office of Sheriff and it is tire pride of my life when present the name of HGVes iofass Whit worth conded the nomination Mr1 Norton was recognized bye the J t t chairman who said he WAS the first and only Norton he presumed who ever participated in a Democratic convention He wantad to name n man whom he thought was justly entitled to the nomination and a man who would add I strength and votes to the ticket that man is Fiuly Miller His nomination was seconded by Mar shal DeHaven This was the only con test in the convention and it was a petty lively and close one Mr Do Haven moved that the chair appoint four tellers to count the vote The chair named Dr 8plre8Jegs Whitworth Dr Walker arid Mr Urarifl Mr Monarch said before the VOte was taken that it wns the custom toI namd the deputies on the ticket He would like to hear them named Judge Moorman thought it was best to wait and let the deputies be named after the nomination Judge Murray was of the same opinion Ho thought it boat to leave it to the man nominated It would be playing into the hands of the Republicans and give them great advantage to name the deputiesnow Incidentally the Judge said it was the happiest dayI ot hIS life It does my heart good to be here iti this good oldtime Democratic Convention We are till here for the good of the party The Democratic spirit still lives and never will be de feated Let us proceed iIJ order Hon D li Severs had some of theI pldtiuie spirit left in him He was glad to see the people here and taking put in this great convention of Demo crats He was in favor of the people knowing who their deputies would be and thought they ought to be named John Alexander was opposed to the deputies being named Dr Hoard made the point of order that it was not in the province of this couvention to name the deputies and asked the chair to rule on his point at onceMr Monarch said it was the custom of Sheriffs in this county to name their deputies and he thought it a good cus tom The chairman at this juncture ruled that Dr Boards point of order was well taken ahd that the convention proceed with the vote The Miller men will please get on the left side of the bouse and the Vessels men on the right so that the telltrs can count the vote The first count resulted in 165 and 130 for Vessels and 141 and 136 for Miller This count was not satisfactory ard a second count was made resulting in 133 for Vessels rind 131 for Miller this jvote satisfied the convention and Mr Vessels nomination was made unanimous This contest was quite spirited and closely contested from every point but it ended up with the best of feeling Mr Penick in a very happy and ap propriate speech put in nomination Joseph W Trent of Custer for Superin tendent of Schools His nomination was unanimous William Gilbert was put in nomina tion for Jailer by two His nomination went through in a whoop Gilbert brought the house down when he accepted the nomination by saying he got his speech out of Vic Robertsons basket Vic was too full for utterance and ro was Bill Peytou Claycouib was the unanimous choice of the convention for Assessor and Lee Bishop for Coroner The convention wanted Henry Mat thews for Surveyor but he declined saying it was impossible for him to leave home The County Committee was authorized to name a candidate The Hon D C Moorman was named for Representative He declined to ac cept the honor but it is thought that he will accept with a littletime to study over the matter The convention then adjourned ENTERTAIN AT DURANT The Novel Invitation was Recei ved by Friends in This City It Was As Follows Ih honour of William Elbert Utter 1 bach his layde Vallerie Burton and girle Priscilla Nooten ye aae yclept ton mellon festo And bid a long farewell to these kind freendes most dere before their perilou- Viago I begins ye layde jn shirt waist will appearo That hir lord irihys shirt sleeves may not feel queer assemble yo Wednesday at early candle light Ere apart we are assundered anti play with all thy might yee motive game five hundredGeqrge William Short CarolynCoetrellShort RV P 1 Phone itf r t7 C f DIES AT THEII I IrtyIr William Gray a wellknown young farmer of Hancock county Ky died at the Norton Memorial Infirmary at 1145 oclock this morning from bullet woufldg which he received Wednesday night il1a a pistol and knife duel with Ab Adkins ill at Hawesville Ky His father John Gray a prominent citizen of H WQfl ville was at his bedside iyhdil he PA9r sed nwaytTho body will probably be taken to Hawesville for burial Gray was brought to Louisville onb Thursday morning for treatment Heb was hurried from the depot to the Infirmary where an operation was immediately performed in hopes of saving his life For the first time it was feared thdt the wounds would prove fatal He had three wounds one in the arm one through the body under the heart and another penetrating the bowels The tragedy occurred on the crowded streets of Hawesville on Wednesday night at 11 oclock just as the street fair was breaking up for the night The fight is supposed to have resulted over a quarrel growing out of jealousy over a young woman Gray used a knife and Adkins a revolver In the deadly struggle Adkins re ceived stab wounds about the face and neck He narrowly escaped bleeding to death He is now confined at the Hawesville jail Louisville Times NOBODY SPARED Kidney Troubles Attack Clover port Men And Women Old 9 And Young Kidney ills seize young and old Come quickly with little warningr Children suffer in thei early years to Cant control the kidney secretions Girls are languid nervous suffer pain Women worry cant do daily work Men have lame and aching backs The cure for man woman or child Is to cure the cause the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys Cure all forms of kidney suffering of The following testimony proves it Mrs Ann E Ditman 610 Crittenden St Owensboro Ky says My son aged sixteen years was troubled by weak kidneys He was compelled to pass the kfUney secretions frequently which was indeed very embarrassing to him We read of Doans Kidney Pills and seeing what other people were say ing of them we decided to gjve them a trial They have removed the difficulty entirely and he is now in good healthFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Released On Bond I William McCracken was released from the County jail last week on a 4000 bond His bondsmen were Jas Flood M E Gilbert Chas Celze and S H McCracken Inherits An bstate Mrs Rich of New York was here last week to see her nelce Miss Mamie Gardner Mrs Rich came in the inter est of the estate left by her father to Miss Gardner Tho estate will amount to a very nice sum To Breckenridge County Republicans Hardinsburg Ky July 12 1009 The Republican County Cqmnjiftee is hereby called to meet ate burg on Saturday July 245 oclock p m for the pur ing the time place and selecting the nominees 1 county offices to be fill Tember election 1000 all dscome man is urged to be presj ourand all Republicans fl ars ested are cordially faytt John P Haswf heeJThe death of James FCj cemlivas caused from heart ftrouble ai tbw result of Injuries from a iall Itiway statevw t d that he died Of tobercolds w le i a mistake + J t l t i1 1 L FACE TO FACE 1- I e H Zilpha beautiful girl a true frienda christian all these was the precious daughter of Mr and Mrs Forrest Gil lilandIn the still hour of the morning Friday at 2 oclock Zilpha told tier mother nd lather goodbye She had been of typhoid fever four weeks but her death was most unexpected Dr Light oot had been treating her daily and Simons too was called in consultation however medical aid proved irj vdittSeptemuer1 the ffifth she would have seventeen ydars of age Her place was near EkronI Nine years ago her parents came to Breckett ridge county to live but only since Zilpha entered her teens had Clover port people known her well Her time form friendships had been short but I she won than quickly and firmly OfII course she did not escape criticisms often times her dear heart was wounded but always forgiving she was and her life was filled with love for everyone In 1007 Zilpha joined the Baptist church and was a faithful worker She was n member of the Sunday school and the B Y P U So broad and genuine was her religion that she would share her time with other denomina lions and so much had she done for the Epworth League that President James Younger requested the members to attend the funeral in a body as a token of respect to her memory Saturday afternoon just before the remains were taken from the home the LOSE CLOSE GAME Cloverport Juniors Are Losers iiii Hard Fought Contest at Hardinsburg RAILROADERS IN A SWASHUP What might have brought joy to a bunch of Cloverport Junior followers of the National game was nipped in the bud last Saturday afternoon In other words the Cloverport Junior nine was defeated by their fellow ball tossers from the county seat in a hard fought game on the tatters diamond by the score of 9 to 8 Tucker and Hoben were the opposing slab artists in Saturdays contest Both pitchers were hit freely as the score in dicates while some good field stunts were pulled off by those who performed in the outer gardens The locals had them shut out in the fifth when the Hardlusburg boys took the lend The locals were again in the lead in the eighth but in the ninth they could not produce the winning tallies the locals claim that a few raw de Ions ot the umpire caused them to pSse the game Jl Railroaders In A Smashup 1 aggregation of railroaders for Oj1lOcn reason became of the last week that they could de J the regular tears The challenge kasaccepted Several warmingup practices were engaged in during the yajt and the railroaders were confident ofy ictory Some oven talked of a shut out However such was not the case and Sunday afternoon after nine innings of 1yr J j y + i c IRev Hickerson of a brother of Mrs Gilliland held a most strength ening service His prayer was eSFHt and comforting t- At 2 oclock the funeral was conduct tltenaptistly rendered by kind friends They sang Zilphas favorite song Jesus Under stands The members of her Sunday School class which is taught by Mrs Chas Lightfoot acted ns pallbearers They were Misses Katie Wroe Susie Newton Beatrice McCracken Elsie Gregory Hazel Holder Minnie Embry Annie Mabel Kramer Lottie Matheny Audrey Perkins Rachel Jackson Annie Belle Morrison Fronnie Dean The interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery The grave was YI many elegant ones from relatives and friends From a distance those who attended the funeral were Mr and Mrs I M Hickerson of Ekron Mr and Mrs Lon Neafus Miss Murdie Neafus and Mrs Ella Lampkin of EkronBesides her parents she leaves one sister Anita and two brothers Wilber and Edison To others Zilplms life was like one sweet dream Her bronzy was rare her voice so soothing and pure was her heart To this little queen a crown of life has been giveni and her death only Jesus Understands futile efforts on the part of the rail roadrs they were forced to throw up up the sponge having been able to score only a trio of men while the reg ulars eaaily sent seven across the home plateThe feature of the game was tha pitching of Tucker and the stickwork by Graham for the regulars Tucker pitched five innings and not a score was made Graham found Blaines offerings easy and ad ed another home run to his credit Furrow pitched the latter part of the game and the railroaders found his offerings a little easier and man aged to make three runs Two of these were due to the timely hitting of Lewis who in the ninth with two out and two on bases swatted the sphere for a three bagger New Suits The local team has ordered new light grey suits which are expected to arrive in a few days and will add much to the appearance of the team The boys are practicing daily and some good games are promised before the season closes Card Of Thanks Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilliland thank their friends for the many acts of kind ness shown them and their daughter Zilpha during her illness and at her death They greatly appreciate more than words can tell the loving tribute paid her by too members of the B Y P U and Epworth League Protracted eetlng fV F li A prottacteqfrrieeting will begin next Sunday Ju rSat Hites Run Rev J J Willett Me pastor assisted by tho Rev JP Jenkins will conduct the meeting The meeting will be hei4jfnV u aft lrI i r 4- L1 lllEI i 4 ANNUAL Travelers MEETINGII r 1 ASHEVILLE Nc1May 31June 5 1909 LSouthern Railway is the shortest line to Asheville a t Very low rates will be authorized open to the public Take thisIIopportunity of going to Asheville ald visiting the beautiful ous section of Western North Carolina Ask any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules iIor write me y13 J C BEAM Jr A G P A II ST LOUIS MO IRliB IIB liD mmlIl ljji B G BALL Mgr MILFORD FRANK IIARDEE BALL I FRANKIi i II Livery Feed and Sale Stable 1 Hardinsburg Kentucky rII Special Attention Given to Traveling Men Bus III Meets all Trains Cumberlaud Telephone No4 lt General Transfer 8usiness D First Classllgs al all Hours t t Real Estate Department Do youwantlto buy n farm or businees If you do you may find Just what you need in this department Jf you are interesti ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners II name and address If none of these places suit you write us fit once il iltollingl us what you want and where you vant it and let us introduce you to the man who has tho very property you are looking forr i Wo recommend the following properties as being productive 1klkl klandi fair in price l I1 Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and sollor together 1 I enablingII Jno D BabbageI d CO UfliFor 180 acres four miles west of 1t Smiles from branch I all frash land 100 acres In cultlva tl 60 acres In grass will produce tlio best 1 I Itlon wheat and tobacco In neighborhood I 1J dwellinsJ i 1goudrtsble 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price fSOOO i cush Sales 6000 A Year I storeIAnnual sdes 5000 to 6000 n year l paysli railroad station on the branch Here iis a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good bus i des For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky I C 1 Qtrn 3G8 acres on Uardlnsburg and pOjVOU truths Of Sinking road Z miles onestorydwallingsblacksmith shop nil necessary outhouses 190 acre under cultivation and pasture 222 in timber white ouk black oak beech ltr tree all ood size Plenty of Rood the your round Onethird cash and t tscreii easy terms on balance 7o acres situated 1H callus from It landtothug house 3 room 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThisYv t tThIll acres in timber white lIak sugar tree sad beech balancq cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to HephenJ ort 4 miles and Rood road to Sol 1M wiles This farm is not worn out it is good land and In rood MX Just the farm for a man with a small family AveuuoWoUC 1750 155 acres on Uardlnsburg and juns of Sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements dwelllDIt und tleechtimberBeech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone lurid both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOB SA LEA farm containing 230 acres and under fence A nlcu cottage cf five 151 rooms two cIsterns Ia walled Cellar wIth u store room over It to good stock burps one tenant liontn abut fitO tipple and peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most- all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres clearui balance In woods ria acre In grass sever troves of black locust bulllclent for posts u wire tho whole farm In It lies near Kkroc on L II St L H It price is j5000oc long und easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician in u Rood town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just the place for some young physician to step Into a Rood practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling Kor further particulars address JNO D BABBAGE Clover port KY cJ 4 it cajakjt 3I4V r I+ o I rLIM A J- jjI f jI Invitations Cards and I Announcements ton 1Y 1 t July Weddings Beautiful in Workmanship and absolutely Correct in Form it 1 r f 1n V BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CloverportiKy j vyAu arlrAss L 0 l e et4 t H L l yFr i + iltc Making Money Oa the Farm- VI Seed Corn Breeding By G V GREGORY Author of Homo Course In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association the preceding articles Improved IN methods of growing a few of the most widely grown farm crops have been given By study and careful attention to details It Is pos- sIble for a farmer to make a good profit raisins common produce for tho general market Much greater returns however may be obtnlned by specializing in some particular line and selling the products on a special market Quo of the most profitable special lines that can bo followed Is breeding Improved seed corn This is some Ioo rio XI GOOD TYPE OP KEnNEL thing that must be done for every lo cality since corn shipped In from any distance cannot be relied on It is entirely possible to increase the yield ing ability of a strain of corn ten bushels to the aero or more by a very few years breeding Seed from such an improved strain will find a ready market at satisfactory figures Selection of Ears In starting out to Improve a strain of corn there arc two main points to be considered yield and quality The quality can be determined readily by Inspecting the cars In examining the ears the following five points are to belookcd for 1 General appearance The ear should be as largo as it cam be and still bo sure to get ripe every year It should be straight symmctft rlcal and not taper too abruptly The butts and tips should be fairly well filled though other more Important pQlnts should not be sacrificed for this 2 Trueness to type Every establish ed breed of corn has its peculiarities of shape color etc that must be consld ered The general type of the breed should be adhered to closely as uniformity is an indication of breeding 3 Maturity tfo car should be used for seed that is not sound and well matured Soft chatTy starchy kernels or those shrunken at the tip with chaff adhering to them are indications of immaturity Deep kernels go with late maturing corn Extreme depth 10f kernel cannot be expected In the varieties that must he grown in the north 4 Vitality While all corn should be tested before it is planted yet there are many ears that cab be thrown out without the trouble of test ing Immature ears are usually lack ing In vitality If the kernels url blistered on the back or the embryo IsI dark or yellowish the chances are that it will not grow 51 Shelling percent age A high percentage of corn to cob Is desirable but should bo secured by compact fairly deep kernels rather than by an abnormally small cob Increasing the Yield While quality is important yield is even more so This is not so easily determined actual field tests being re quired Before starting these tests the breed of corn to bo grown should be selected It pays to begin work with the best corn obtainable as you are thus starting where some ono else has left off A brood of corn that has proved itself adapted to your locality is the best to select There are almost as many methods of breeding seed corn as there are corn breeders Hany of these are too com plicated to he adapted to the farmer who is Just starting in as a corn breeder After a few years expcrl encp with n simpler method some of niftiiiiiius for keeping a record of each Mgyear to year and producing i seed corn may be em- iy f tLtotesJust long enough so thatRememt hnr to plant n row It talto no otla enough for about fifty to The soil and drainage FREthe plot should be nl possible It should fromFarmersI blIbestedj sold 1 tlai heltpd separately Each of ttio rpw m the breeding plot is tc be planted with one of these ears The worst cap bodone with a planter If care Is taken to clean out the boxes 1 it MSit i thoroughly reach tints nchws It la better to drill the corns In the breed ing plot dare It la too narrow to cul tivate to advantage crosswise Two or three border rows should ho planted around the edges of the plot Care of the Breeding Plot The breeding plot should not be fer tilized any bettor titan tiny of the oth er flelds on Itho faring and the prepare tion of the Need bed awl cultivation should be the same The prime ob ject is to develop n strain of corn that will yield well under average field con ditions The extra work that is put ou the breeding plot should be applied to the corn Itself and not to the soil About the time cultivation ceases all suckers should be cut oft This can bo quickly done with a straight bladed corn knife These suckers tako nour ishment needed by the good stalks and produce Inferior pollen to fertilize the silks The most important part of tho work Is dctasscllng When the tassels begin to appear go through the plot and carefully pull them out from every other row This should be done every day for a week or more as long as tassels continue to appear At the same time any imperfect stalks in tho other rows should be dctnssclcd If there are any rows that show a mark ed tendency to sucker carry the cars too high or low or have any other marked defect they should be dctas acted alsoComparing the Yields As soon as tho corn Is all ripe tho cars from the teul fie dctasselcd rows should be husked Ikeeping tho produce of each row separate The corn from the tnssolcd rows ns welLas from the Imperfect rows that were dc tasseled and from the border rows should be discarded At the time of husking the dctasselcd corn any pe cuUarity of the stalks In a row should do noted The number of stalks In each row should also be counted The weight of the corn from a row divided by the number of stalks In that row will give the weight per fstalk which Is the proper busts for comparison It will be found that there Is a very great difference In yielding ability some rows yielding twice or three times us much as others This yield togeth er with the number of good seed cars to the row forms the basis for determining from which row to select ears to plant next years breeding plot Tho rest of the ears worth saving should be stored away to plant In the Increase field The increase field Is not for the pur pose of Improving the corn but merely to secure larger quantities of that which has been Improved In the breeding plot Each year seed from the highest quality and best yielding of tIlt individual rows is saved to plant the next years brooding plot and the remainder used in the increase field In this way the standard keeps Improving from year to year Ten bush els to the aero Increase Is by no means the limit to which the Improvement can be carried Indeed almost the only limit is the care and time be stowed upon the breeding plot The Seed Corn House Whore several hundred bushels of corn are to bo saved for seed as Is the case where a specialty is being made of well bred seed corn It is nec essary to have some sort of special seed corn house This may be filled with slatted racks on which the corn Is laid or the cars may be hung from the ceiling with binder twine The latter is till better method as it per mits a more thorough circulation of air around the corn The use of two na xn GOOD MILL OP CORN strings one at each end of the ear keeps it from warping ns it will warp If tied by one string in the middle One of the chief requirements of a seed corn house Is adequate ventilation In the northern section where severe cold weather comes early some artificial heat will be needed The corn may be hung In the seed house us soon as It Is gathered At this time It contains a large amount of moisture so the windows should all be opened to allow It to dry rapidly Artificial heat should be applied gradually nt first as too much when the corn Is full of moistuVo will Injure It After the corn is well dried out less ventlla lion will bo needed though home should be given at all times Heat will be ncededffqm this time on only oi very cold ordamp days f J 1 i V lr ip di Icod1J1 n RRIDALSHOWERSI Essentially FeminineAffairsTho- Grdom Elect Not Invited WAYS OF PRESENTING GIFTS At a Shower Given In JunO thIS Hostess Entertained Upon Her PiazzaAn Amusing Surprise For the Guest of HonorBridal showers are becoming more nnd more popular every day To the bachelor girl whose friends afi get married nt once with concentrated demands upon hoc time and purse these overfrequont disturbances of the weather are sonlewliat of a strain But from the standpoint of the less beleaguered mortal the bridal shower Is a charming functions And to the bride the pieces of linen for her chest or the move prosaic contributions to ward her household furnishings will carry with them from tile occasion a bit of Rentimoht tliatr endears them to her oven more than their daintiness and usefulness Showers nro essentially feminine affairs Not even the groom to be re ceives an Invitation though If he knows the character of the occasion and Is Inclined to step fn and assist his fiancee to carry homo the dona tions of her friends he Is permitted to d soTo glCtIiIlnof every shower hostess Here nro a few of the ways In which the deed chin be done or has been done by clev- erhostessesAt given In June describ ed In tilt Boston Cooking School Mag azine the hostess entertained upon her piazza The guests were nil as sembled before the bride to bo ar I I THE snow m OP TIN rIved Her Invitation had been for a later hour than those of the rest of the guests In order to accomplish this The victim of the shower was prompt ly led up to a window that opened from tho living room Out of this window trailed all sorts of strings To the other end of the strings with in the Hvlug room were attached tho gifts The bride was Instructed to pull the strings one by one and see what she got The result was very amusing Tho occasion was a house hold shower and according to the de- scriptIon of tine guest Sometimes she pulled out a cake spoon and some times dragged forth n clotheshorse f If you have pains In the buck weak buck or any other indication of n weak ened or disordered condition of too kid neys or bladder you should get De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away when you experience the least sign of kindey or bladder complaints but be sure that you got DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for youand if you will send your name to E C Dewitt Co Chicago you will receive a free trial box oi these kidney and bladder pills They are sold here by all Druggists A THINNING DIET No Necessity For a Too Rigid Dietary Perseverance Wins The girl who would train down should not starve herself She should eat plenty of the right kinds of food Most people are fat because they over eat fat making foods Here Is a diet list that faithfully persevered In never falls to take off pounds of superfluous flesh If you want to get thin you may eat w FJsh Nearly all fresh fish boiled pleats Lean beef mutton or lamb chicken game sparingly Eggs Bollpd or poached on toast FnrlnnceousStale bread dry toast or crusts sparingly Vegetables Spinach lettuce celery cresses asparagus cauliflower onions white cabbage tomatoes radishes olives Desserts Ripe fruits only acid vari eties preferable Drinks One cup of tea or coffee without milk cream or sugar or ono glass of pure water sipped at tho end of the meal You must not eat Soups salmon bluefish eels salt fish pork veal sausages made dishes fats potatoes macaroni oatmeal hominy spices rice beets carrots tur nips parsnips puddings pies pastry cakes sugars sweets milk cream sweet wines champagne malt or spir ituous liquors The best pills made are DeWitts Little Early 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opinion free whether mi CommuniontlonsetrictiyeonadentlatIIAN0000R on Patents patentsPatents I I apeelatnotlee without charge in too i I Scientific JIt riCa fi handsomely Hln trnttxJ weekly Largest cir culation of any iclcntlllo journal Qorci 3 a joftrj tour monthr1 Sold bjr nil nmtBdcnlom MUNNOt CO301Broadwar New York Branch Office 625 F SU Washington D C L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST UOUND No 148 Dally trust Train leaves Olovarbo 507 A M stops at Irvington west Polo Stltcs and Medora only arrive at Lqatayll JNo1 0 vcrportiOOr A fll stops at all way statloi arrives Louisville 1258 p m TraIn No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Cl lvcrport 157 p m stops at all way statlo east of Oloverporte copt Mystic arrives i Louisville 7 40 u m accotntxcationI WEST BOUND accommodatlleaTl8stations arrives Henderson 823 a m Train No 141 Dally fast mall arid exprel onlyllIawesvl11e arrivStTrain No 143 Mull and Express dalli leaves Cloverport 728 p m Evansvllle 10 p u situps at nil stations No ISdnlly St Louis fasttralnleavesCh verport 1106 P M arrives EvansvilUjlsas J IiawesvlllOwensboro betwLoutsvnlocars and frco reclining chair cars on trains 1 and 143 between Louisville Evansville ar St Louts n Until further notice No Its will beheld i witLNtrainNo71atlliondeson4Fordsvillc Branch EAST BOUND JenFordsvUlea mTrain loavFordsv111bIrvlngtonflpwTrain No6 Sunday only FordvlUo100 a mIrvingtou935ani WEST BOUND leavIrvlngtonpTinrain 796mt II DR W M CASp tin DENTISTII At Cloverport every Wednesday and Thur day at Dr LIIhttootsOmce i t t H DeH nOORMAN 1 Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY UCourtst or Special attention glvon to collection JLlcenJtoCourtOfflcoI USE NYALS REMEDIE You will Find They are Good For Any Trouble stocholdersOcheldtiolricothettbbeing thereinltnefSthe1 wound up and that tho corporation bti and hnvorisattlAurclistockholders of the HOCK Island Lot a Land Co being the owners of toM majorl Inwr1tlrlthatness wind up Its ulfalrs and dissolve s Wltnrss our hand this thin astgf jufe 1000HENRY JOrderedHENRY JnProst Xl r y-i a bs H I 4 Bad I Backachei r I Sack agonies as some women no Buffer every month from back ILESJ r canoacaused by female trouble by take lag a medicine with specific cura tive action on the female organs and functions which acts by re Ueving the congestion stopping tne pain and building the organs jsand functions up to a proper state health Try n11ot CARDUIte I WOMANS RELIEF tYIsuffered for 15 years writes Alts Alalinda A Akers of Basham 4 Vwith various female troubles 1 I had such a backache that It standrnotEnow I feet like a new womant At All Druggists r WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE 4 rn symptoms d DeptThon Chattanooga Tenn E 38 y QUITE FOGGY M Must Have Been Pretty Thick Back In the Old Days t Yens Its foggygtdte foggy smh E ozektah Torpylme lllllng his pipe and lung vigorously on the stem nut nlnt iiotbu to the fog wo had tune Seventynine By gorry boys but ut was n fog nu no mistake Why teas so thick tbat when I went out cc the barn one night to feed the ani Ills J line to git three o the farttx awls to come along behind me nn aisb me through It I Yaas said Hiram WipJoy the egg vctug that was some fog I remember int there seventynlue affair vcr ell but It wnrnt a marker alongside lr I the two we hUll In seventyeight as lien me an Joe Sllhbee had to tak r plow to cut our way through to th- IIt lonhousc an by ginger when wt ot there we found the hens asettlfl I n It iusM of m tielr nests an if cmlald i ia right on to It llko a1gI Lough It was made o haysbgoslr SmoggsInJ ogs wos an lcr yiu fewthtorut r fog yed I airround here hack In my young days daysgWhy wo boys used to set on the fence town In front o the little chapel an yettto thattlmtotl rCthat wo could make snowballs out o Have you Bill Chicago News rrv Youngo tli 1 onderful change in my mother sinet IIbebegan to use Electric Bitters write Mrs W L Uilpatrick of Darforth ME Ir iAlthough past 70 she seems really t 1 throwing young again She suffer- ntold 0 misery from dyspepsia fore I eatIrink nor sleep Doctors gave her u- nd P all remedies failed till Electric Bit rsworked such wonders for ber health hey invigorate all vital organs cure rivtr and Klduey troubles induc feep Impart strength and appetite d nly SOc at Severs Drug Co s I Jj OpinionIirnshlou mens a Womens dress Tho undergraduato perhaps the most telling example op S j It was so even a century ago ien Oxford led the way in adoptlni nankeen trousers that were to i inew tight breeches and top boots r Est about that period a don of Trinity i el an undergraduate arrayed In all1 ic splendor of the new fashion Young man said the don severe ou wlU cane to no good You r I itikeen trousers and keep n dog The i ung man afterward became Dr doer and bishop of Winchester I radon Oltrnic- lerSubscribe Right Now i 3 J1fq J 1- i fi Ii Oriental Gold Pille i + G fLneedjustaii fi Pills Safe 1pecdyr Sure Sold under 500 Guarantee Price 300 At tiruristores or send direct to us liled in plain wrapper Write for booklet Confidon till Chatsent free Desk G lEsthetic Chemical Co 31 Vest p5 StjNew York feiluine Turkish Female Pills tt t 1NSW TYPE OF ROAD Telford Blocks With Liquid Asphalt as- a Binder to Be Tried Jn Jersey I New Jersey Is to experiment with a new type of road and the experiment will be tried In IKssex county where the county engineer hones Owen pros poses to hay roads In West Orange Kutley Belleville Verona Short Kills Sllllburn West Cnldwcll and other I places The slate Is to pay onethird of tho cost ortheso new roads each municipality one teuth of the cost of the roads within Us limit and the county pays the balance Mount Pleas flue avenue West Orange Is to ho the first scene of the new road trial Tel nlneWI W1I11stundand while It will not he absolutely dtistless It will bo less dusty than any other road nf n similar kind After the tclford blocks are laid in stead of using clny as a binder liquid asphalt wjll be used This has been successfully tried as a binder in cons nection with formula and addnboutwhile It will 15 cents a square yard to the cost it will btj cheaper li the end The foundation of the road will ho constructed In the or dinary way and chinked in tho usual manner Then a coating of stone screenings will be applied and rolled Next will come a four inch layer of broken stone and another thoroug- roiling On top of this will be put a thto layer of screenings to till the in I I I LAYING A TliliFOllD FOUNDATION terstices then the liquid asphalt will bo put on hot In the proportion of one and one tldrd gallons to each square yard of surface It will then be given penetratee and then another coating of screeningsI and the rood rolled again and then ItI usecMany will not agree with Mr Owen that tclford block is good for automo verycI hard on tires but it makes a very solid len road and until the horse drawn vehicles make it bad It IK allII right ocheur road builders should try to do is to build a rond that will stand the horses and tine iron rood wagons and nfler doing that they will have solved the good roads problem RaiduThe worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your DrfKings New Life Pills They never dis tress or Inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Hand- e ache Constipation Malaria 260 a Severs Drug Co oTho Laborer and His Hire At conference In New York o 0foreign missions boards reference wn made to the increased cost of living of missionaries homo on leave which made It harder for them to get along than If the stayqd In their foreign field of labor Ybyif said the speaker a mission reemlndsinv of a story of Mr Spurgoon and n fellow clergyman Tle two were Just starting on a railway Journey andI Mr JSpnrgeons friend showed him a second class tickets See said he what good care I tulle of the Lords money See said Mr Spurgeon bringing out allrstclass ticket what good car I take of the Lords servant Youths Companion Tortured on a Horse 1for ten years I couldnt ride a horse without being in torture frpm piles Kyywhen all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Boils Fever Sores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Road Building to Music Major L W V Kennon In building tho Benguet road through the moun tarns of northern Luzon Philippine Islands Was obliged to study the char actor of his 4000 native employees andI adopt peculiar methods of developing their efficiency He found that music was tho best incentive to work He had a band follow tho gangs wherever they went and play as the men worked From laborers worth 10 cents a tiny ho developed the men into mu sical machines working in oadonco with drum beats Finally inclosing up the work ho made a wager that the road would be finished by a certainI day He promised n good cigar to Crery laborer If lie won the bet Ho Won OtalBdren Cry FOR FLETCHERS G ASTORIA of 7 A MORE 1 PINKHAM 1 CURES 1 Added to the Long List due to This Famous RelnedyI pleasurethat j mayinduce 1 jcinej hams Vegetable Compound I suf fered from terrible 1 ImyI side was tired and I nervous and so hardlrstand I PInkltamsVegetasblo stored me to health and made mo feel like a now person and it shall always have my praise Mrs W P VALENTINE 002 Lincoln Avenue Camden N Gardiner Me I Jjj ferer from a female thehhospital for an operation LydiaE j Pinkhnms Vegetable Compound com pletely cured me in three Mus S IS R monthsjj Box 30 Gardiner He Because your case is a difficult one 1fdogiVing Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial It surely has cured many cases of female ills such as inflammation J fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bearingdown feeling indigestion dizziness and nervous prostration It costs but a trifle to try it and the result is worth mil lions to many suffering women ROBERT ADAM Ho Created a New Era In English Architecture Robert Adam 172S02 wus to Eng lUsh architecture what Hciivcnuto Col llnl was to that of Italy lie was nr chltect to the king beloved at court a member of parllainent and It was I said of him that he could not help adorning all that ho touched Those of the English people who dwell hi Adam houses prize them as rare jew els Adam Introduced Into English ar chitecture a lightness delicacy touch and charm of proportion tt ofII It had never before possessed which gave his name to that splendid period of architecture the style of which lasted over a century Every thing In a house from the panel In a ceiling to the vases and gilt wood tits pods nUll branches for lights from hangings at the windows to a wom ans hairpin holder Adam designed himself v Adam got his VIch beautiful and distinctive style front the ruins of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalato As n finish to interiors he conceived the idea of using figures In relief upon walls colored and adornpd according to JJaphaels Stnnzo painted flat upon the walls of the Vatican Ills Idea tWits as bold as Its result was beauti ful lIe OlEO adopted Pompcllan styles Of decoration Adam was artist as well as archl test null hits walls ceilings and lutes nor adornments are marvels of hugs monious colors says an architect lie employed no less personages than Angelica IKaufman and Zucohl to paint many of the pummels and medallions lat Into his ceilings and it was his habit to have carpets woven to match tile pattern overhead mind harmonize with the color there employed The key Iuote of Adams style Is movement combined with perfect artistic fitness and it Is peculiar for Its grace arid stateliness Now York Tribune Get DeWilts Carbolized V itch Hazel Salve when you ask for it There are a great many imitations but there is jut one oiteinal This salve is good for anything whore a salve is needed to be used but it is especially good for Piles Sold by all Druggists Interested Ho was telling his wife about a small gauze of poker in which ho had lost 45 cents It was the worst game I ever play ed he exclaimed still angry over It and I got so mad I cohldnt see What did you do then dear she naked sweetlygo it blind ttOhlcngo RecordHerald I suffored habitually from constipation Doau s Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever siuceA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Tex A Windfall How did that roommate of yours manage to raise tbo wind this time He sent to his father In life usual breezy ntfor a draft Baltlmoro American I Yon benefit yourself only as you ben tAt humanity Oliver Feel languid weak rundown Head ache Storancbr OfJJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bit trrs tones liver and stpmacb promotes digestion pufclfies the blood Dont Forget to Subscribe 1 4- r i lY r r IV rThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company u n n B F BEARD DlllECTOHS PresidentCapital 50000Morris Eskridgc M1 II BEARD Surplus and UnCIG W Beard CltsltierDS llichardson 1181101d 1 IV I ded Profits Dr A M Kinchcloo PAUL COMPTON C V Robertson Assistnht Cashier P I IOO000B F Beard Pays 3 percent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay rp ts gsyir JItJtIr l V V pw 1417 n- A I I II I 1 II I Is1 i f IIforanything in the line of III ILetterI I I Billl Heads Book WorkII Envelopes Folders PamphII lets Circular Letters PosIi l ISaleI II Wedding Invitations ProIgrammes etc ect I IIWJ II Prices always as reasonable as is consistent II- II with firstclass work and II MatenalII IIThe Breckenridge News m I Cloverport Ie tuckyIII I i IIU1J fij rip u IDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDi i i i i IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED E- r=n DI I TRhe American Farm Review and B u Digest of the Agricultural Press p DItcontains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper 0by the leading agricultural authorities of the countrytaendorsed only what the farmer needs but just what he has long been seeking iiItemployes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper Believing that the wideawake and 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JULY 21 1909 Report of the Condition of THE FARMERS BANK usiness at the Town of Hardinsburg 1 1DoingY of Breckinridge State of Kentucky close of Business on the 8th day of lI e July 1909R- ESOURCES t t Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety 66365 53 i Real Estate Mortgages 23819 Call Loans on Collateral + 4550 Time Loans on Collateral 2740 50 t U SlIondsr1c Other Stocks Bonds Etc 420000 Due from National Banks 2403 31 Due from State Banks and Bankers 0 Due from Trust Companies 4762 United States and National Bank Notes 3930 0 Specla 953 3- 2l I Checks and other cash items 54 01 Exchange for Clearing House 00 Overdrafts secured 31s 30 l Overdrafts unsecured J 3113 314 52 F Taxes 0 Current Expenses Paid 12 50 Real Estate Banking House 1500 00 Other Real Estate 00 Furniture and Fixtures 875w Other Assets not included under any of above heads + TOTAL 112513 10 I LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 Surplus Funds A 5000 00 Undivided Profits 33 01 Fund topay Taxes 00 r Deposits subject to check opwhich interest is not paid 25076 10 y Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 00 tDemandCertificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 00 r t Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 66230 24 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid 00 11306 43 e Certified Checks j 00 0- t t Due National Banks 1134 26 Due State Bank and Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 1133 26 Cashiers Checks outstanding 3046- i I INotesand Bills rediscounted r 11Unpaid Dividends 00 il Taxes due and unpaid 00 Bills Payable 00 Amount of unclaimed deposits on hand 0 Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads 00 e TOTAL fl1215l31 STATE OF KENTUCKY SctJr 1 Jno D Shaw Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief r JNO D SHAW Cashier7 Correct Attest r Subscribed andsworn to before me this 16th day of July 1900 My Commission expires Jan 14 1912 J W Teaff e t IR Kincheloe J W Guthrie Notary Public Allen R Kincheloe B Directors r r 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION j OF THE i Bank of Clover ort v Doing Business at Wall Street town of firii Cloverport County of Breckenridge State of Kentucky at the Close of Business on tho 8fch day tpfJuly 1P09 I SOrJRCIrrS rr Loansand Discounts with one or more r s endorsers as surety 19674 3s Real Estate Mo-rtgageslJ22763 J Call Loans on Collat oral 000 Time Loans on Col lateral 1391310 UrS Bonds 000 Other Stocks Bo- ndsEtcVf 0004481508t Due from National 1 Banks 45992 Due from State Banks and Bankers 000 g Due from Trust Com ark panies 000 45092 United States and National Bank notes 379300 t Specie 152880 Checks and other cash items 000 Exchange for Clear 1 Ing House 000 532180 3726a1cured 601 4417f Taxes u 16558rCurrent ExpensesIa Paid 80568 Real EstateBanking 1 House000tr-y Other Real Estate 000 9 I Furniture and Fix tures1OOO00is Other Assets not in t seluded under anyS raa of above heads Interest on time Certificates of De- Posit 470C8 245084 i Total 15309181 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In cash20OOOQOSu- rplus Funds 125000 JUndivided Profits 161440J pay Taxes 000 2280440 i Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 1403316 Deposits subject to check on vhch in sterest is paid 000 4 r r Vf s1a z tr i I k RCw Demand Certificates of Ueposits on i which interest is paid 000 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 1855415 Savings Deposits on 1 which interest is paid 000 Certified Checks 0002808731 14010Duo p00Due 14010 Cashiers Cheeks Out standing 000 Notes and Bills re- discounted 200000 Unpaid Dividends 000 Taxes due and un paid 000 Bills Payable 000 Amount oCunclaimed- deposits on hand 000 Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads 000 200000 Total STATE OF KENTUCKYe SctCountyI Marion Weatherholt Cashier off the above named Bank do solemnl- swear that the above statement is tru to the best of my knowledge and belief Marion Weatherholt Cashier CorrectAttest Subscribed and sworn to before m lOOgMy January 10 1010 N V G Babbage N P B C A A Simons BarryROelzeDirectors REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TI- LEBreckinridge Bank Doing business at the Town of Clover pprt County of Breckinridge State of Kentucky at the close of busi ness on the 8th day of July 100- 9RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as sureVVty1 51612 00I Real Estate Mortgages = 8007 09I It j tutf f 4 S 1 ro Y iray n j y fY Call Loans ou Col I lateral 25873 Time Loans on Col lateral 56800 6li U S Bonds 00 00 00 010 Other Stocks BondsV 71DuoBanks 32474 88 Due from State Banks C Bankers 32 40 Due from Trust Com panics 0000825067 8 United States and National Bank Notes 1416 00 Specie 913064 Checks and other 5e4 Excaange or i lug House i 00 00 Overdrafts secured 00 00 OverdrnftsfunsQcur ed 250 03 8509 Taxes 00 00 Current Expeui ca Paid 875 Real Estate Bank log House 3724 7 l Other Real Estate 00 00 Furniture and Fix tures 2289 2i0 Other Assets not in cluded under any of above headsJ306 D total 3282280 0 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash I 45100 00 Surplus Funds 88sOOo Undivided Profits 43 80 Fund to pay Taxes 057 4l Deposits subject to f 0check on which yiis not paid60412 06 Deposits subject to 0check on which interest is paid 00 00 Demand Certificates 0of deposits on 8which interest is 0paidl 00 00 Time Certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 117222 82 Savings deposits on which interest is 0paid 0000 197634 88 Certified Checks 00 00 Due National Banks 0000 Due State Banks and Bankers 00 00 Due Trust Companies 0000 Cashiers ChecksOU 00 Notes and Bill re discounted 00 00 Unpaid DividendsV 00 00 Taxes due and unrVpaid 00 00 Bills Payable 00 00 Amount of unclaimed deposits on hand 00 00 Other Liabilities not- includedundernpy 0of the above heads 00 00 I Total 232280 00 STA K oi KENTUCKY l County of Breckinridge ffSct 0I A B Sklllman Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the beliefD I A B Skillmn Cashier 6CorrectAttestSubscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of July 1909 Chas B Skillman Notary Public My commission expires Jan 21 1000 W H Bowmer A R Fisber V L LightfootDirectors I KKIOHT OP THE CONDITION OF THE First State Bank Bank doing business at the town of Irvington County of Brecken ridge State of Kentucky t at the close of business I on i the 8th day of JuFv 1009 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety 02181 14 Real Estate Mort gages 0 00 Call Loans on Col lateral 0 00 Lime Loans on Col laterdl 0 00 US Bonds 000 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 000 0 00 Due from National 1Banks 8207 98 Due from StateBanks and Bankers 5489 07 Due from Trust 00yandeNational Ban k- Notes4785 00 Specie 1520 080311 08 otherecash items 0 00 Exchange for Clear ing House 000 JD 00 Overdrafts secured 1108 43 Overdrafts unsecured 48 971157 40 Taxes 000 Current Expenses Paid 4112 69 Real EstateBank ing House 400000 Other Real Estate 0 00 Furniture and Fix tures eo 1450 00 Other Assets not in eluded under anyIof above heads 0 00 Total 190000 20 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 20000 00 Surplus Funds 2000 00 G4507FundDeposits subject to check on which in tercst is not paid47OC3 11 Dcposits subject to check intcrest on Is whichIDemand Certificates x I of Depbsits ionrI f 1 LJ r1 l JILt It 1tL which Interest is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which Interest 4s paid 10104 0807157 10 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Certified Checks 000 0 00 Due National Banks 0 00 Due State Banks and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Compriies 0 00 0 00 Cashiers C h e c k IIii outstanding1 0 00 rediscounted 0 00 Unpaid Dividends 288 00 Taxes due and un paid 0 CO Bills Payable 0 00 Amount of unclaim ed deposits on hand 000 Other Liabilities not Included under any of the above heads 0 00 Total 90000 20 STATE op KENTUCKY SCtCauntyofI WJ Piggott President of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to 0the best of my knowledge and belief 1v J Piggott President CorrectAttestDSubscribed and sworn to before me 1909DiY March 10 1910 T N McGlothlanNotary G H Pile Dr J W Meador M D I Jno R WimpDirectors cheapest accident InsuranceDr t Thomas Eclectric Oil Stops the pain i druggistssel HARDINSBURGI Mrs Nat Hook and children of Lou isville and her mother Mrs Emma Jocelyn of New Albany are guests of relatives Misses Dolly and Alice Jett of Rey nolds are guests of Mr and Mrs Wm A Downs near town Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough is the guest of Mrs M H Beard Miss Nellie Smith of Irvington is the guest of Miss Isabel Hendrick A party composed of the following SpringsMissMiss Hannah Beard and Morris B andArthurMoorman Ditto hishealthhealthLewis StLouisMisses Nancy and Della Kincheloe with their guest Miss Laura Easly rrr+ artA1 cerne1IIIM Uwur u 25 Rewardfo- r1 Information leading to the party or parties who bodily injured a fine heifer for me 1 Monday July 11 near Pis i gah grave yard THOS L RYANtt Mattlrgly Ky M MAfII iI l- E taJSisa KINGSWOOD COLLEGE It H Stands for higher education and Biblical Christianity educate C mbod mind and soul gives special attention and emphasis to VwM rnthe normal not cramming department Free from the evils fe t IJ and excltmollt of tentt- t and city Terms most reasonable W j School opens September 2 1000 Camp meeting Aug 24 16 Irj Sept 2 1000 Catlogue free on application Call on or address r 1 Jir W HUGHES Presidentr t Kingswood f KentuckyW v i3 A and Mrs Manic Moorman spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs Jas Withers near Kirk Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard and Mr B F Beard left Monday for a two weeks stay at Atlantic City They were joined in Louisville by Mr and Mrs Allen S Edelen of Burgin who are making the trip with them Claude Mercer is confined to his room with inflammatory rheumatism Sherman Flood have sold their livery stable to John Cook of Custer The price paid was 3500 Mr Cook an experienced and successful business man has already taken possesslun Masters Marvin Jr Allie D and Ralph sons of Mr and t Mrs Marvin Beard left Monday fora two weeks visit to Rev and Mrs E B English of Owensboro Misses Amelia and Eliza Squires arc spending the week at Tar Springs Eleven applicants for certificates to teach were before the examining Fri day and Saturday Miss Hannah Pile of Mook was the guest of Mr and Mrs J H Pile a few days last week Miss Margaret Beard will arrive home from Bowling Green Friday where she has spent the year in school The County Election Commissioners met Friday and named the officers to conduct the school trustee elections in fortytwo subdistricts that will hold elections on August 7th =Why the house e wife Y- wholesome furnishingher pure and flour Your grocer keeps tt- it Its the Lewisport four Jesse W Embry of Danville Ky Is the guest of Roy E Moorman STATE OF Onto CITY OP TOLEDo Il5S LUCAS COUNTY lr rank J Cheney makes Lath that he Is senior partner of tho firm of F J Cheney k t Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County mid State aforesaid and that saidcfirm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ofCatarriiIthat cannot be cured by the use of Catarrh Cure FRANK OIIENEV Sworn to beforo me and subscribed ID my presence this Otis day of December A D166 SEAT A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC I Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous t surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J CH ENEY do CO Toledo O 5pld by all Druggists 75c t Take Halls Family Pills for constipation I JQom CZIOEZD O DoIII QomJIIC=DIII CHOEZD UI Qom110 Statement of Condition 01 o oii The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co KentuckyJ I VAt the close of business June 30 1909JJ oI Resources 0I Notes and Bills 260664 5171I tCash in Safe l 16339 59 Cash in other Banks 39225 80 Stocks and Bonds I 18157 61 Banking House and Lot 4 1800 00 Other Real Estate Jr- i j 136 79i Furniture and Fixtures 400 00 Total 336724 30 f n Liabilitiesn lJ o Capital Stock Paid in 50000 00 E1Surplus and Undividedi Profits 12016 91 0 Dividend No 38 4 per cent 200000 t Amount Due Depositors 272707 39 4 t i Total 336724 30 0 0 VERY RESPECTFULLY vj 1 I M H BEARD Cashier I I t pooo IIIcOEIJII d 1111 ooDooaoa c10Ii i Jj Q n- A c teUable CATARRH1Y18tdy lys Cream BalmRfAMBAIM is qukkir absorbed QRRNqT COLD lives Relief at Once pW f n1rtrttfln 4 soothes HAYFEVE Ii Phoorono resultingfrom of t Gftfarrh ntid drives iiityay a Cold In tho 1itllrlll FEYFnstoresf atDrugiJ1gisT or by mall Illlhiuil form 76 cents Kly Brothers CO Varrou Street New York e 5Xe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1901 AnnouncementI For State Senator Wo arc authorized to announce It WV Owon ot Lovlsporo as ii cnndidatefor the ndmina- p tlon for stiltn Stnutor from tho Tenth Honn toriiil District subject to thu action of the Democratic party I A Wo ute autoorlzqd to annonnco Roy J On In iofrJho IHowleiVTlllo district as n candidate for ICountv Court Clerk of Hrorkenrld o county ambjert to tho action of tho Republican party fE SONALi r AND LOCAL Fred Gax of Hardinsburg was here Monday tp Forrest Blaine was here from Holt nndayrsrso Miss Mayme Graham is visiting in In Dwensborb and Lewisport 0birsj Tula Mattingly and daughters ire visiting In Har insburg ci Miss Mary Barrett of Owensbore is g he guesbof Mrs Byrne Severs Godfrey Boll and Allen Kincheloe of gardiltsburg were here Sunday Miss Margaret Minnet of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Henry May IsMisses Susie and Rosa Newton nre y biting relatives in Owensboro i Mr and Mrs Alvin McKann and d hildren were in Owensboro Sunday 0 i Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Ann h g Murray spent Monday In Louisville Mrs William Hal tof Basin Springs y fcas visiting Mrs R T Polk last week Miss Louise Nicbols is visiting her grandparents in Hawesville this week t Roy OBryan of Owensboro is here a he guest of his aunt Mrs Emma Keys R f Mr and Mrs Luther Satterfield pent several days in Louisville last week Claude Frank of Evansville spent ilast week here and Mattingly visiting J relatives Mrs Nathaniel Tuckerand daughters nice and Lelia spent Saturday in L tllsvUJeIThe largest snake in the United States Swill bo on exhibition at the Hardins 6 burg Fair i Mrs Harry Hilts and children of Ver sailles are visiting her mother Mrs Mary Oelze Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis ort Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday nd Thursday 1 Messrs Harold Murray Sterett and fel 1x Jarboe were the guests of friends H Owensboro Sunday Morrison Calhoon dentists om r iswtistalra 215 Fourth street both nTJPs Owcnuhoro Ky Mr and Mrs Thomas Blaine of ephensport spent Saturday and Sun y here with relatives woman will make n balloon ascen n every day at the Hardinsburg Fair jut miss this feature Irs John Ridge and son Vernon ult hive returned home from a visit relatives in Louisville frs Wilbur Gregory and daughter Louisville have been the guests of X and Mrs Thomas Hohler r Joe Trent anti Jeff Dillon of Har burg were the guests of Misses Mar t and Julia Wroe Sunday vary handsome blue parasol will be til to some lady in attendance at the t dayguest will 11 prom 50 to 100 feet off a ladler at t Kardinsburg Fair Free exhibition 1yl throwing fat mens race mule plug race boys font race all at a I SeptVliSikn Newton attended the ice cream r at Sample Saturday night and the guest of Miss Lillian Adkins y- jcob Bengger of Henderson is now L the Homo Bakery Mr Bengger jRrstclass baker with 85 years ex nce ibaH game of the season at Louis Sunday the 25th Special service the Henderson Route Fare l2s nod trip- ballj game of the season at Louis TEETHING tnakea baby nervous and fretful a pnd ttops pain in weight SCOTFSI EMULSIONI U the bet foodmedicine for teeth tag babies It strengthens the perves tupplie lime for the teeth ceeps the baby growing T t a small bottle now All Vruaekt i TAN DARQ OF T H E wORLt u 4 tt f vide Sunday the asth Special service over the Hondor5on Route hare L2t for round trip Why dont you delight tho house ife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flout Your grocer haeps It Iia the Lewispoitfloilr I t Big flail game of the season at Louis vlllo Sunday tho 25 Ia Special service ovtr the Henderson Route Faro 125 for round trip The ladies of the Presbyterian church wilt give an excursion on the steamer Gazelle on Friday night July 30Ftll1 jparticulars Inter Reduced rotes on all railroads to the flanlinsburg lair Augr31 eptlaud 2 See Bills for rates and train sched Ule Special traits from all points I nEIQHl1 OF TUB CONDITION OP TUB Two States Bank Doing business at the town of Stcphensport County of Brcck- enridge State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 8th day of July 100- 9RESOURCES Loans andDiscounts with one or more endorsers as surety 53055 54 Real Estate Mort gages 5108 49 Call Loans on C- pllateral0 00 Time Loans on Col f lateral 10277 12 U S Bonds 000 Other StoeHs Bonds Etc 0 00 Due from National- Banks 0 00 Due from State Banks anti Bankers 0 00- DueframTrustConl i panics 000 United States and National Bank Notes 10185 00 Specie 802 71 Checks and other cash Items 000 Exchange for Clear ing House 0 00 Overdrafts secured 0 lOIOverdrafts u n s e 750125TaxesCurrent Expenses i Paid 00773 Real EstateBank ing House 502 80 Other Real Estate 0 00 j Furniture and Fix tures 1577 12 Other Assets notjn eluded under any i of above heads 0 00 Total aj 83800 85 LIABtnllimsICapital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00I Surplus Funds 972 18 Undivided Profits 43350 10 3350 iIU Fund to Pay Taxes 0 00 Deposits subject to check on which interest 1Is not paid21753 08 Deposits subject to check on which y 00bemandof Deposits p n which interest is paid 000 Time Certificates of Deposits on whichIinterest is paid 42050 CO63803 08 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid to 000 Certified Checks 000 000 Due National Banks 740 53 Duty State Banks and Bankers 0 00I 00Cashiersoutstanding 000I Notes and Bills re discountedOf 000 Unpaid Dividends 0 00 Taxes due and un paid 0 00 Bills Payable 000 Amount of unolaim ed deposits on hand 0 00 Other Liabilities not includedunderany of the above heads 0 00 I Total 83800 85 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Breckenridge Set I John S Adair Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief John S Adair Cashier Correct Atteit Subscribed and sworn to before me July1909My January 20 1010 Andrew Crawford Notary Public J H Lee R A Shel man N G W Payne 1 Directors It jI Ir PISGAH Mrs Ben Taul entertained a number of her friends last Sunday Those present were Misses Beulah Rice Gracie Jones Laura Newby Mr Lynch and Miss Elsie Lamb of Pates vine Mr and Mrs Ream Pate of Clo verport and Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius Mrs Lucy Rice and children were guests of Mr James Goatly Sunday w B Sanders was the guest of Miss Bessie Goatly Sunday Mrs Joe Allen of Cloverport is spending the week with her sister Mrs Wm McGovern at Victoria Misses Alice and Susie Brown were the guests of Lottie and Lena RiceII antiSaturday Sunday iUv t 0 tii A 1 L W J Taut spent Sunday In Victoria with friends Joe Miller of Cloverport was the guest of Bishop Rice lust week Pisgah church will be held eyer first Saturday at 2 oclock instead of 11 Too much rain for the formers Lottie Rice is very 111 MissJessie Wells is visiting her neice Miss Ethel Marlow I Mr and Mrs Mike Stem of Hardins burg are the guests of Mrs Lucy RiceI this week MissLucy McGovern is on the sick listWhy dont you delight the house wIfo by furnishing her pure an wholesome Hour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flou- rSTEPHENSPORT Mrs F R Roberts is visiting her daughter Mrs Butler at West View Little Star Atkinson has returned from a visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs Hart at Morganfield Mr and Mrs Scott Belle and children have returned from a visit to relatives at Hardinsburg- W J Schopp spent a few days last week at Tar Springs Signor BHtzs of Louisville spent last week with his daughter Mrs W J Schopp Mrs Harry Hamman and son of Lex ington are guests of Mrs P D flat kind Miss Lelah Hawkins hasreturne i home from a visit to relatives at HardI Ins burg Dr 13 C Wilson of Grayson Springs has purchased the cottage- R of S Skillman and moved his family iin Friday Dr Wilson will practice here His office will be next door to Jake Hanks store Dick Owen was in town last week Miss Pauline Moorman attended the street fair at Hawesville last week Mrs Motile Dejarnett and childre- of Hardinsburg are guests of Mr an 1 Mrs Scott Belle The farmers art very much delayed in thrashingtheir wheat on account of so much rain Mrs M D Roberts has returned from Yelvington Mr and Mrs E T Connor and son have returned from a visit to their son in Canton Ohio Mr and Mrs Tom Carr of Allen 1 Ind are guests of Mr and Mrs E T ConnorMiss Virnie Bennett and her mother of Chenault were in town Saturday Mrs F C Ferry and son of Louisville are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller Miss Katie Plock of Tell City iis visiting relatives awl friends at this place Miss Nancy Lee Hawkins of Union town will arrivehere Saturday to visit relative Mrs H S English Jr and children i are guests of her mother Mrs Belle Crawford t Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the peo pIe we are looking for We want them to knowfrom glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will conquer Cold in the Head Hay Fever and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy act S directly on the inflamed sensitive mem branes Cleansing soothing and heal ing One trial will convince you of it healing power Price 50c All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 War ren street New York MATTINGLY Miss Annie and Ophelia McGary wilt be the guests of Miss Ollie Matting for a fortnight A number of the young folks from Balltown spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Mrs Arthur Jarboe and son Master q r 1 MISSiONARYSViIFEPRA S Daughters Head Encrusted with LoseherwereFutileBaby BOTH CHILDREN CURED BY FAMOUS REMEDIES c1IfFor several years my husband was a missionary in tho woweroatanflyo dryatmospheretroublowithmy scalp became so encrusted with It that I wasalarmed for fear sho would loso all her AfterspendIngfor varlous IboughtaboxrubbInginto gentlycOlnQed fromthonthoroughbeautifullycleanI afterthothoCutJcurninto the roots and saythatncompletoCuticuraOintment thohairsuccessfully sosailedvhavonovelthemYouletterforthe Cutl corn Remedies mankindFifthStCuticura Ointment is ono of tho most disfiguringIncluding loss of hair over compounded anointingwithCuticura Soap and followed when CuUcurnResolvent ofitchingeczemas irritations and inflammations rest anfailsddeCIJi Hassor Dleeseg Celestine and Miss Nealya Mattingly of Kirk spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs R C Mnttingly Miss Esther Frank and brothers Everette and Claude of Evansville are visiting their sister Mrs Chas Ball They are accompanied by Miss Blanche McClare She is a charming young lady and has won many friends while here Misses Settie and Alice Pate enter tamed delightfully Thursday evening in honor of Misses Esther Frank and Blanche McClare of Evansville They I byIyou wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome Hour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewispott Hour A Great Vote Getter Capt Mt C Rankin the popular Commissioner of Agriculture has been spoken of as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor Capt Rankin is prominently identified with the farming interests of the State an active Society of Equety man and altogether would make a most danger ous man for the Democrats to go up againstt He is probably not much of a politician and may not be able to lands the nomination but if nominated he would undoubtedly ben great vote getter Elizabethtown News = c u rlrlFOR SALE dwelling 4V com 1 and High Sts Cistern of building base Will sell at a bargain or exchange for dwelling house in t CloverportII llartlinsburg Ky t J TTi25 I Cloverport to Louisville and Retur- nSunday July 25 Leaves Cloverport 709 a m Leaves Louisville 900 p m Double Header Game Baseball Louisville vs St Paul ti- i j I A f1- Ji 1- r c r WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME I This isis the Season I C4 H Swhen every ihouso keeper is busy preserving o PLINITEDN H MASON JARS o Pints Quarts and halfgallons at prices it will b- c payyou to buy would therefore urge you to- get them now This price for a limited time H H Ever Try The Economy Jar y It is not necessary to use sugar in canning fruit H in Economy Tars Fruits keep just the r amo without a particle of sugar in the o jars Tho sealsH trnwithout a rubber ringHS C Blaok or red rubber rings for Mason Inns Rosin tin oqUllrt cans Jelly glasses got your supplies herenW o c oHCLOVERPORI ICY b WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP I WHAT TIME t II 1EATCONFJ5CTONER1L 5 Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Straw 5 1 berry Vanilla and Brick Cream fi Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday Brick Banana Vanilla Cream and J Sherbet U- i Get your orders in on Saturday for your p fn Sunday Cream and Sherbet Phone 542 U1 1 lLJI+ + Ii Wan tSAiy m + J7 + WA NTED 33 fat sheep and two nlco hollers fortbu Mn sonic barbecue II L Stager Cloverport Ky FOR RENT FOB RENTTwo splendid rooms In the building nultublo fur a small business FOIL RENTA furnished room in a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News office FOR SALE forH01llceiCCllt SALEScholarslilp in Bowling Green r University Howling Green Ky Hreck enrldeo Ne- wsFarm For Sale1142 acres of land lying In Salts Valley Ilanlln Co ICy 4V4 miles from IJInoyvlllc within H of a mile of Ridge Spring church on tho publl roul Rood dwelling house of seven rooms barn und alt necessary outbuildings two cisterns and a well In yard and plenty of stock water good peach and apple orchard Address MILS MARL R STITH Klncyvllle Iy ItonteXol HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Atlantic City And Return Aug 5 1909 lU2sAtlantic City and return from Clovorport Ijmtted to return Aug 10 Henderson County Fair Henderson Ky July 27282930 and 311 275 Cloverport to Henderson aud 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 und 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 May 4 and 18 June 1 and llc July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and laud Oct 5 and 10 Owensboro Negro Chautauqua July 172324 ifiOO l 55 round trip from Cloverport good to return three days from date of sale Until further notice teas 118 each Sunday will be held nt Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is duet at Henderson 635 p fci Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS O ASTORIA INSURANCECapt District Manager Columbia Life Insur ance Co writes all kind ot life insurance policies Accident and Sick Benefits and Special Mortgage Protect on Plan Pol icy See him at onc- erbASSlAMY 1 YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You J Tested FREE IIEyes Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co QI 1W d1A r AM BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same carefulI attention as larger ones and wo appre ciate your business and in finance Interest paid on Time Deposits S n BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEHpORT KY Ctnlldr n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAr f i r id irIxI t k the I I t tI I iRPJ-v j BY MARGARET MAY OPYRIGUT I9a9 DY DODD MEAD AND COMPANY 5 CHAPTER XII followed pon- t dutleLs J very quietly fooling that the t little comments which once amused till 1 i pastor had now become an Interruption ictothoughts In which she had no part I t Ho would sit for hours with his head In his hands taking no notice of whit passed before hhii She tried to think of new dishes to tempt his appetite and shook her head sadly as she bore the I bt untasted food hack to the kitchen She sometimes found a portfolio of drawings lying open upon his study ta ble She remembered the zeal withI 1 which ho had planned to remodel the church nut parsonage when he first l I came to them how his enthusiasm had gradually died for lack of encourag ment and how he had at last put his books In a cupboard where they grew r F dusty from long negJect She mar I veled nt their reappearance now but t something In his set faraway look made her afraid to Inquire Thus she went on from day to day growing more Impatient with Hasty and morel s i pastorit and I compan l t ionship to oil the wheels of her hum drum life There was no more laugh ter In the house and she began to 1 droopti hud been away from the parsonage a month when tae complacency of I the village was again upset by the ar rival of the rent American Circus There wore many callers at the par I sonage that day for speculation was f now at fever heat about the pastor Will he trp to see her Has he for gotten her and What did he over find In horrV were a few of the imany questions that the women were asking each other Now that the online of li wouldligladly have reinstated the pastor as their Idol for like all truly feminine souls they could not hear to see n man t unhappy without wishing to comfort him nor happy unless they were the direct CRUSt of his state now dare I IiIin I n t nny mnn be happy without me has I been the cry of eaeh woman since Eve was created to mate with Adam 1 TEASED I ij Douglas bud held inn+etf sore and Yftf 1 more aloof from the day of PeBys ills r appearance He expressed no opinion t K faboutthe deacons or their recent dis approval of him He avoided meeting fI 9them oftenor than duty required and IIStrong9 felt HO uncomfortable and Imililtonguotied In his presence that he too lJJ was glad to make talks few i 1aspossible Ig Nothing was said about the pastors plans for the future about his con iJ tinned connection with the church rt the Inquisitive sisterhood was on the ktpointI of exploding from an overac cumulation of unanswered questions He delivered his sermons conscien tiously culled upon his poor listened to sorrows real and fancied of his parishioners and himself upwIth his books Or walked alone on tho hill behind the church Ho had been absent nil day when Mandy looked out on tho circus lot j for dozenth time and saw that the performance was closing ItI l hiid driven her to desperation to learn that Miss Polly was not In tho parade that nnd to know that the pastor hind made no effort to find out i about her For weeks both she and had hoped that tho return ofl1 l1Aasty f ur tan circus inigiu nring ropy nacx nightsand there hUll been no word from her Why didnt sho come running In to see thntii Mandy had felt so safe she would Why lend the pastor stayed away on tilL hills nil day Unanswered questions were always an abomination to Mandy finally she drew u quarter front the knotted gingham rag that lucid her small wad J of savings and told Hasty to go long to de show an find out bout Miss I Polly I Sin was anxiously waiting for him I when Deacon Strong knocked at the j door for the second time that after noonIs Mr Douglas back yet ha asked No sub ho aint said Mandy very shortly Shun felt that Strong nnd El j verson had been a tryln to spy on de parson all day and she resented their visits more than she usually did What time are you him I dont nebber spec Massa Doug las till I sees hImCStrong grunted and went down the steps She saw from the window that he met Elverson In front t of the church Dey sure am ameanln trouble she mumbled The band had stopped playing the last of the audience had straggled down the street She opened the door anti stood on the porch the house seemed to suffocate her What was keeping Hasty He came at last but Mandy could tell from his gait that he brought un welcome knews Aint she gar Sloes atrabbelln avid em Mandy but she didnt done ride See beau Hasty Jones da dat ere chile sick- I don rightly know said Hasty A great big man what wored clothes like a gemmen cowed out wId whip In his hand an says as how hes bilged to nounce nnudder gal In Miss Pollys place An den he says as how de udder gal was Jos as good an den everbody look disappointed like an den out comes de udder gal on n boss an do tricks an I aint heard no more k I Olf SEE HOW SERIOUS HE LOOKS SUE I l frN their as or and the shut the afternoon morning tr- V to as so cxpoetln uncivilly a bout Miss Polly Shes sick dats what I says Man dy declared excitedly an somehodyljj got to do somethln I done all I knowed drawled Has ty fearing that Mandy was regretting her tweutyflve cent Investment Go long opt an fix up dat ere kitchen fire was Mnndys impatient reply I got to keep dem vIttels warm for Massa John She wished to be alone so that she could think of some way to get hold of Polly Dat baby faced inornln glory done got Mandy all wobbly bout de heart she declared to herself as she crossed to the window for a sight of the pastor It was nearly dark when sho sn whim coming slowly down the path from tho hill Sho lighted the study lamp rearranged the cushions and tried to make the room look cheery for his entrance ls frald yos mighty tired shea saidOhllo answered Douglas absentlya Mcbbo yod ilike Mandy to be sarvln t your supper hi here tonight Its more cheorfuler Ho crossed to the window and looked out upon tho circus lot The flare of 1 1 1ll lJ i fq j it- r i Do You Get Up With a Lame Sack Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and beL1JI n able health restori11 II properties Swamp t i j Root fulfills almost V ffi every wish in ovcr 1 lrheumatismlI 1acys liver bladder u U and every part of the + urinary passage It corrects suability to lollwater and scalding pall iu passingit or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and han proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which nllv readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by trail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and hoto to fmdoutifyouhavckld U fert ney or bladder trouble gjjSaSrooiSliigCT When writingmeiiticn KsJtY ii i23K253 JoffcrJ IiNfIi send your address to Dr Kilmer OC Co110m olb JinpBo- oUDiiighamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRopt Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton Nt YIon every bottle toe torches anu tae reu Jire came up to meet lih pale tense face How like the picture of thirteen months ago he thought and old Tobys words came back to hlmThe show has got to go on He longed to have done with dreams and speculation to feel something tangible warm and real within his grasp I cant go on like this he cried 1 cant He turned iron the window and walked hurriedly up and down the Mltdl t Sites sIde tnCs what I saw room Indoors or out ho found no rest He threw himself In the arm chair near the table and sat burled In thoughtMandy came softly Into the room She was followed by Hasty who car reed a tray laden with things that ought to have tempted any man She motioned for Hasty to put the tray on the table and then began arranging the dishes Hasty stole to the window and peeped out at the tempting flare of red lire- When Douglas discovered the pres ence of his two faithfuls he was touched with momentary contrition Have you had a hard day with the new gravel walk he asked Hasty remembering that he had been laying a fresh path to the Sunday school roomJes yo come eat yof supper Man dy called to Douglas Don1 yo worry your head bout fiat lazy hiubin cb mine He aWt got a tor work nulf to hurt IdrerlIrnr an Instant she had boon tomptpd to let the pastor know how Marty laud gone to the cir1 cus and seen nothing of Polly but her motherly Instinct won the hay and she urged him to eat before disturbing him with ur nm ixlaloi It was no use He only toyed truth his food he was clearly III at ease timid eager to be alone She gave up trying to tempt his appetite ad begun to lturn up In a roundabout vay to the thugs which she wished to ariic Dars milo some racket out dar In de lot tonlrlit she wild Doulas did not answer Afier n moment she went on ilasiy didnt work on no walk today Douglas looked at her quiz AT FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS I No 270 TWOINONE FactorCy approval on 30 days tree trial It is of the greater t Importance to the Globe Buggy Harness Co t have every one who deals with us a pleased and Satisfied Customer No effort Is spared to make each shlfmentsuch excellent value in quality of finish and style of vehicle that it win be n lASting Advertisement pleaseyout a price less the Middlemans Profit will recommend our goods to your neighbor Ollr Guarantee absolutely as cood to our customers s It would be to a dealer If Jtoodsare not DB rep resented your money is returned to you You take no risk We manufacture honest Vehicles nnd harness promptlyWriteGLOBE BUGGY HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY I silently willie Hasty convinced that for reasons cf her own sh6 was goIng to get him Into trouble was tanking frantic motions lIe done gone tot do circus sue blurted out noughts faet became nuldonly grave Mandy aaw that she had touched an open wound I jes couldnt stun It Massa John chfleSThere was t pause was waiting fur her tto go on She didnt done ride today lIe looked up with the eyes of uI dumb persecuted animal And de gem men In de show d1cnJt tell nobody hyjes speakcd bout ile udder gal takln flag place Why didnt she ride cried Douglas in an nrrony of suspense Dats what I don know sab Mandy began to cry It was the first time in his experience that Douglas lead ever known her to give way to nny such weakness Hasty came down from the window and tried to put one arm about Man dys shoulders v Leah me alone yo nigger she exclaimed trying to cover her tears with n sjiow of anger that she did not feel then she rushed from tho room fol lowed by Hasty The band was playing loudly The din of the night performance was Increasing Douglas nerves were strained to the point of breaking He would not let himself go near the win dow lie stood by the side of the ta j ble his fists clinched and tried to heat back tho Impulse that was pulling him toward the door Again and again he set his teeth It was uncertainty that gnawed nt him so Was she ill Could she need him Was she sorry for having left him Would she be glad if he went for her and brought her back with him He recalled the hysterical note in her behavior the day that she went awaybow she had pleaded only a few moments before Jim came never to be separated from him Had she really cared for Jim and for the old life Why had she never written Was she ashamed Was she sorry for what she had done What could it mean lIe threw his hands above his head with a gesture of despair A mo ment later he passed out Into the night CHAPTER X11I was slow tonight The big was nearly over yet OJDI of the props used in the part of the bill were still unloaded He was tinkering absentmindedly with one of the wagons in the back lot and the men were standing about Idly waiting for orders when Barker came out of the main tent and called to him sharplyHey there Jim Whats your ex cuse tonight Excuse for what Jim crossed slowjy to Barker The cook tent was started half an hour late and the sideshow top aint loaded yet- Your wagons Is on the bum thats what No 38 carries the cook tent an the blacksmith has been tlnkerln with It all tiny Ask him what shape its in Youre always stalllu was Bar tiers sullen complaint Its tho wagons or the blacksmiths or anything but the truth I know whats tho matter all rightWhat do you mean by that asked Jim sharply I mean that all your times took up acarrylu and afctchln for that girl what calls you Muvver Jim What have you got to say about her Jim eyed him with a threaten ing look- I got aplenty said Barker as he turned to snap his whip at the small boys who had stolen Into the back lot to peek under the rear edge of the big top Shes been about as much good as a sick cat since site come back You saw her act last night Yes nufwcred Jim doggedly Wasnt it punk She didnt show at ill this afternoon said sho was sick And me with all them people Inside what knowed her waltln to see her Give her a little time Jim pleaded She aint rode for a year Time spouted Barker How much dons ohl want Shes been back u noib rump Instead of bmcln up sin1 agettln worse Theres only one thIng for me to do Whats that asked Jim uneasily Im goln to call her and call her hardLook here Barker and Jim squared his shoulders as he looked steadily at the other man youre boss here and I takes orders from you but If I catches you abusin Poll your bola boss wont make no difference You cant bluff ine shouted Barker I aint blullln Im only tellln you said JIm very quietly Well you tell her to get on to her Job If she dont she quits thats all lIe hurried Into the ring Jim took one step to follQW him then stopped and gazed at the ground with thoughtful eyes Ho too had seen the change In Polly Tie had tried to rouse her It was no use She liad looked at him blankly If she would only complain he said to himself if she would only get mad anything anything to wako her But she did not complain She went through her dally routine very humbly and quietly She eometlmcs wondered how Jim workobut before she could answer time ques tion her mind drifted back to other days to a garden and flowers and Jim stole away un mIssed and left her with folded hand nnd wide staring eyes gazing into the distance The memory of these times made Jim helpless tonight He had gone hoping from day to day that onI might not notice the let down In llonlBowcame outs I t t Hc wu WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news I without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE 4 NEWS Both One Year for e 15OSif you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Y Daily CourierJournal Year One 600 Sunday Courier Journal Year 200 We can give you a combination cut I rate on Daily or Sunday if you will 1I write this paper I t === I I I II I I I Star gazln PoUT he asked or tOe moan tent There was a moments confusion as clowns acrobats and animals passed each other on their I way to and from the ring then the lot cleared again and Polly cane slowly I from the dressing tent She looked very different from the little gi l whom Jim had led away from the pa sons garden In u simple white free k one month before Her thin pensive face contrasted oddly with her gUtter fug attire Her hair was knotted high withiI seemed scarcely able to support Its burden Her short full skirt nnd low cut bodice were ablaze with white and colored stones Whats on limn she asked The leap o death You got pleat of time Pollys mind went backs to tho gl I who answered that call a year ngo Her spirit seemed very near tonight The baud stopped playing l arkcr made his grandiloquent announcement about the wonderful act about to be seen and her eyes wandered to the distant church steeple The moonlight seemed to shun It tonight It looked cold and grim and dark She wonI dcrdcl whether the solemn bell that once called Its flock to worship ha become as mute us her own dead lien She did not hear the whir of the trent maeWno Inside the tent as It plunged through space with its girl occupant These things were a part of time hail routine part of the strange vaguo dream through which she must stunn ble for the rest of her life Jim watched helln silence Her face was turned from him Sho Ina forgotten his presence Star gnzin Poll he asked at length dreading to disturb her revert ur guess I was Jim Sho turned to him with tlittle forced smile Ho longed to save her from Barker- threatened rebuke How you feelln tonight Im all right she answered cheer fully Continued on Page Seven X t- Q M THE WORLDS GREATEST PARK Elvervievr Chkagoa Dazzling Foirylui of Amusement Devices To see Chicago at play one must so Ie Xlvervlew Great cUes are attractive in gay moods and the metropolis on Un lake Is never merrier than when dlaporU Ing Itself In this wonderful park The Roman hippodrome cannot be GGIptt pared with thIs great park either l magnitude fabulous Investment orattondance Frequently 250000 men women a4children are within the enclosure of tkes vast and beautiful resort Instantly after one enters the whlto masonry of the gates and till he emerges he Is mys titled bewildered entranced Broad vls tas lead everywhere to turreted pavll lions circuses theaters ballets Streets of Cairo balls parks casinos water chutes cascades electric launches miniature railways Wild West Shows aerial coasters monagorles Japanese pagodas and open air concerts by the worlds fin est bands Slvervlow it a festival city with Its chimes of bells peals of organs roar rf trains cooling swish of waters dul1hlC strlnce4rbagpipes chanting of Indians hymnals In sacred plays yells of cowboys reports oflionsandlaughter Imajestic strains of Bohumlr Kryla grw l band 1Iair spray crystal waters In continuous rainbows Gay gondolas descend In clouds of mist dashing downward until lashIngtoamLaughterpassensorsmurmurycowboysand ridrle3ncted SathoHIDixIe entertIandwildcatsbean lion forces them open and thrusts gleamdangorouslyA naval battle between the Monitor yhausonthemountatnous barossa and Paul Reveres vita are his torical Circusstinyainsectst hIppodromedanceclrclollvwhalesaerlalcoastersThouygardens Chlneso pavllllons double aisaaooecourtsSlvorvlew an emerald forest under sn stlveryrivernight this veritable fairyland has mnJ 1314shimmerA moro beautiful fairy spectacle wasnever conceived NOTICE tolease do not ask us to publish bleu aries free All newspapers of any copt sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death fur mediately after they occurEditor I J n POLLY qf th- eCIRCUS 1 MARGARET MAYO Coy Jhl 1908 by Dodd Mead and ftC Company Continued from Page Six A Anything you want 5 Want She turned upon him withI rtartlod eyes There was so muchI hat she wanted that the meremen ibn of the word had opened a well of sin In her heart I mean can I do anything for you Oh of course not She remem Mired how little any ono could do jWlmt Is It Poll ho begged butt he only turned away and shook her head with a sigh He followed he irlth anxious eyes What made yo Jufc out the show today Was It be iiujse you didnt want to ride afore r what 1m owed you ride aforo 1 mebbe Him Her face was white JimI eared she might swoon You dontt can that he was i Ohlno he answered quickly of w oursQ not Parsons dont come to laces like this one l was only figur n that you didnt want other folks tee o an1 to tell him how you was rl- dnShe did not answer I Was that it Poll he urged I dont know She stare i into space Was It 5 I guess It was she said after along time- I I knowcd it he cried I was fool to a brung you back I You don belong with us no more I Oh dont Jim Dont Dont make nib feel Im in tho way hero too t Horo too Ho looked nt her in as tonishment You wasnt In his way was you Poll iYes Jim She saw his look of un belief and continued hurriedly Oh i rtrled not to bet I tried so hard II Jused to read me verses out of a Bible about my way being his way and my people his people but It isnt so Jim your way Is the way you are born and your people are the people you are born with and you cant change It Jim no matter how hard you try You Was changln It he answered savagely You was gettln jes like them people It was me what tool yo 1I away an spoiled It all You oughtn- to a1 come What made you after you said yon wouldnt She did not answer Strange things were going through the mind of the Mow witted Jim He braced himself jqr a difficult question qWlll you answer mo sometiilu1l I f straight he asked Why of course she said as she met his gaze Do you love the parson Poll She started I 5 Is that It f Her lids fluttered and closed she caught her breath quickly her lips apart then looked far into the dis trance Yes Tim Im afraid thats it The i little figure drooped and she stood bo il fore him with lowered eyes unarmed Jim looked at her helplessly then i Iil arsiasilrss ElectricBitters fallsInwcakncssca they are the supremo remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY JIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter since he had picked her up a cooing babe at her dead mothers side lie watched the tender averted Rice Things had turned out so differently Ifrom what ho had planned An he dont care about you like that he asked after a pause No not in that way She was anxious to defend the pastor from even the thought of such a thing He was good and kind always but he didnt caro that way lIes not like that I guess Ill have a talk with him gorcrieduHo stopped and looked at her In astonishment It was the first time that he had ever heard that sharp note in her voice Her tiny figure was stiffened with decision Her eyes were blazingt If you ever dare to speak to hlm about me youll never see me again Jim was perplexed I mean It Jim Ive made my choice and Ive conic back to you I you ever try to fix up things between him and me Ill run awayreally and truly awayand youll never never get me back He shulllrd awkwardly to her affil and reached apologetically for the lit tie clinched fist He held It in his big rough hand toying nervously with tho fingerst do nothln that yo wasnt nwnntlti Poll I was Just atryln to help you only II nere seem to know how She turnrd to him with tear dimmed eyes and rested her hands on his great broad shoulders and he saw the plat where ho dwelt In her heart rjTo be Continued Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was in con stant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me is largely from dead 1Ily disease If it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have lived he writes suf feriug as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia its the best med icine on earth hBOc and 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottlel free IAQueer Attack Some people can stand on the to of a high building and look dow- nsld Mrs Lapsing but 1 cant It nl ways gives me an attack of verdigris Chicago Tribune Cutting Hubby modestly1 was taken by lurprlse when you accepted me iVlfey sarcasticallyIs that so YouI were taken by mistake If anything Kansas City Jouronl Poultry SecretsI Disclosed THERE are 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 nated AneW method of absolutely insuring the j fertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash Value and Iti diicoretet it not to be blamed for keeping It to himself Now for the first time the secrets of many of the most successful paultrymen are made I public No confidence has been violated every scent has beenIObtained in an Honorable Ways y Is this cock property held 1 by outright purchase 2 by tree permission siren the author Michael K yoBoyerf scorenoyervertised four or five months ago It has been necessity to print eight editions lau unit hitherto tinrevealedr and many new and valuable secrets have bees added to the original book e A Few of the More Important Secrets Read What Purchasers Say Hoycrs new system fur Insuring fertility of setting CJfKI+ 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the small the February and March numbers of the Farm flock to village or suburb ofJotpale of either t eggspobI F L VA Professor 1ilceM but lien Secret explaining why lean hens dont lay AND MANY OTHERS NOT ENUMERATED HEUE would be absurd to expect every bit of this Information to be unknown to everyone I we make 1It claim But to the great majority of poultrymen It will be absolutely new nnd of great value i AIIOUT FA113I JODHXAI I Farm Journal list for thirty yeses made a specialty of poultry t rbi department ll tbly edited and more valuable than many ipeclallted poultry paper This U only one itrtlon however of a remarka ble marailne +a monthly with 00000 aubicrlberi NOTas dreary technical firm badly printed on cheap paper full of medical aud tra hy adiertUetuente but t magazine for the hems town tides or country t well printed and lIIutlrate dan rlr quaint and always cheerful lnteolO8rarllallequa I at home on thouand are tarlll or- on 10 suburban back garden I and In a down ways 5l SecretsOUR Alli 3 1orp100Ureckenrldge News 6 mosi We Cannot lell Poultry Secrete by ItielFonly In tub Combination 61SRND OR nniNOYotm onnEn TO w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW Cloverport Ky II r i ue II Ire r HEo 0 By O HENRY Copyright 1000 by S S McClure Co AII untidyIp a pipe and was pulling blue clouds with great satisfaction He had removed his shoes and donned a pair of blue faded carpet sUppers With the morbid thirst of the confirmed dally news drinker he nwkwardl- folded back the pages of an evening paper eagerly gulping down the strong black headlines to be followed as n chaser by tho milder details of the smaller type In nn adjoining room a woman wa cooking suppeteOdors from strop bacon and boiling coffee contended against the cut plug fumes from the vespertine pipe Outside was one of those crowded streets of the east side in which as twilight falls Satan sets up his re cruiting otllro A mighty host of chil drew danced and ran and played In the street Above the playground forever hovered a great bird The bird was known to humorists as the stork Bu t the people of O rystlo street were bet ter ornithologists They called It a vultureA girl of twelve carne up tl idly to the man reading and resting b saidfPapa wont you play a game of checkers with nelt you arent to tired The red hatred unshaven untfd man sitting shoeless by the twlndo answered with a frown Checkers No I wbnt Cant man who works hard all day have little rest when he comes home Wh thuother kids en the sidewalk Crto the door John she said I dont like for Lizzie to play In the street The learn too much there that aint good for em Shes been In the house alll day long It seems that you might give up n little of your time to anus her when you cone home Let her go out and play like the rest of em If she wants to be amused said the red haired unshaven untidy man and dont bother me t t t t Youre on said Kid Mullaly Fif ty dollars to 25 I take Annie to tho dance Put up The Kids black eyes were snapping Vlth the fire of tho baited and chi lenged Ho drew out his roll am1 slapped five tens upon the par Tho three or four young fellows who were thus taken more slowly produced their stake And oh whatll be done to you bo aplenty said n bettor with anticl patory glee Thats my lookout said the Iii sternly Fill em up all arouu Mike KidDe sponge sponge holder pal mentor aI grand vizier drew him out to the boo black stand at the saloofi corner where nIl the olllclal and Important matters of the Small Hours Social club were settledCut that blond out Kid was his advice or therell be trouble What do you want to throw down that girl 1of yours for Youll never find one thatll freeze to you like Liz has She s worth n hall full of Annies Im no Annie admirer said the Kid dropping a cigarette ash on his polished toe and wiping It off on Tons shoulder But I want to teach Liz n lesson She thinks I belong to her Shes been bragging that I darent speak to another girl Liz Is all right in tome ways Shes drinking a Litt too much lately And she uses lan guage that a lady oughtnt Youre engaged aint you asked Burke I Sure Well gpt married next year maybeI you make her drink her first glass of beer safd Burke That was two years ago when she used to comedown to the corner of Chrystlo bare headed to meet you after supper She was a quiet sort of a kId then and couldnt speak without blushing Shes a little spitfire sometime now said the Kid I hate jealous- I Thats why Im going to the eau with Annie Ill teach her some sense r eiWell you better look a little out r were Burkes last words If Liz w my girl and I was to sneak out to a dance coupled up wh an Annie Id want a suit of chain armor on under my gladsome rags all right Through the land of time stork vuI ture wandered Liz Her black eyes searched the passing crowds fierily but vaguely Now mid then she hummed bars of foolish little songs Lizs skirt was green silk Her waist was a large brown and plnlp plaid well fitting and not without style Sho wore a cluster of rings of hugo imitation rubles and a locket that banged her knees at the bottom of a silver chain Her shoes were run down over twisted high heels and were strangers to polish Her hat woul scarcely have passed Into a flour ham rel Tho family entrance of the Blue Jay cafe received her Whisky Tommy she said as her sisters farther uptown murmur Champagne James Sure Miss Lizzie I Whatll theI chaser beA- Seltzer And say Tommy has Kid been around today thoI VhYlno Miss Lizzlo 1 havent saw him today Mm lookln for m said Liz after z f a1 e 0 tho chaser had spurted under tier nose Its got to mo that lit says hell take Annie Karlson to time dance Let him The pink eyed white rat Im lookln for m You know mo Tommy Two years me and the Kilt ve been enlarged Look at that ring Ilive hundred he said it cost Let him tape her to the dunce Whatll I do Ill cut his heart out Another whisky Tommy reportsp Ily from tit narrow opening above his chin Kid Mnllalys not the guy to throw n lady like you down Seltzer on the side Two yeitrq repeated Liz softening n little to sentiment under the magic usedyI to ploy out on the street of evcnlns cause there was nothln doln for me at homo For a long time 1 just sat on doorsteps and looked at the lights and the people goln by And then the Kid mesforgfair The first drink he made me take I cried nil night at home and got a Hckln for mnkln a noise And now say Tommy you ever see this Annie Knrlson It It wasnt for peroxide the chloroform limit would have put her out long ago Oh Im lookln for m You tell tit Kid If he comes In McI Ill cut his heart out Another whisky TommyA unsteadily but with watch tEmil and brilliant eyes Liz walked up the avenue toward the Small Hours Social club llulmladyyon his arm As the Loreleis was her hale golden lien yes was softened 0ton ynh but Its Quality of assent was patent to the most Milesian carsI antiyeyeswof Kill Mullaly theathingamanyymanyestudies and libraries Out from the circle of spectators In the hall leaped Fate ln a green silk shirt under the nom do guerre of Liz Her eyes wore hard and blacker than jet She did not scream or waver Most unwomanly site cried out one oath the Kids own favorite oath amide In his own deep voice mid then while the Small Hours Social club went fran tically to pieces she made good her boast to Tommy the waiter made good as far as the length of her knife blade and the strength of her arm per mitted Liz ran out and down the street swift and true as n woodcock flying through a grove of saplings at dusk And then followed the big citys big gest slianie handed down from a long ago century of the basest barbarity the hue and cry Nowhere but In the big clues dues It survive and hero most of all where the ultimate perfec fief of culture citizenship nod alleged superiority Joins bawling In the chase IlThey pursued n shrieking mob of fathers mothers lovers and maidens whistlingdblooddKnowing way and hungry for tier surcease she darted down the fa miliar ways until at lust her foot rottingtpier was panting steps and good mother East river tool Liz to her bosom soothed her mUddily but quietly and settled iIn five minutes the problem that keeps lights burning o nights In thousand of pastorates and colleges t t t t- Its mighty funny what kind of dreams one has sometimes Toots call them visions but n vision Is only a dream In blank verse I dreamed the rest of this story- I thought I was In the next world and there was u great crowd of us out side the courtroom where the judgments were going on And every now and then a very beautiful and Impos Ieing court officer angel would come out 1aide the door and call another case Inn loud voice While I was considering my own wordly sins and wondering whether there would be any use of my trying to prove an alibi by claiming that 1 lived in New Jersey the bailiff angel came to the door and sang out Case No 09852743 Up stepped n plain clothes man there were lots of em there dressed exactly like preachers and hustling us spirits 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