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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e 5 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSc ALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I 7 VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1909 8 Pages NO 3 It MBADORW1LSON Jifoung Railroad Man Marries X Pretty GirlWedding Took Place Here Yesterday i jti Harvey Wilson and Miss Rue Meador I tare United In marriage by Father Brey ittha home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Steve Wilson The wedding took place yesterday morning at 830 clock and the couple left in the after noojL f Louisville where they will nave their home tV The groom is eighteen and the bride fie just nineteen they are as happy as i uyoungIMrsWilson is quite pretty indeed iditi is a Breckenridge county girl her borne being at Harped Mr Wilson hasa position with the L H St L whd has loads of ambition f ANDREW KEYS t SUMMONED t lid And Loved Citizen Of Breck F pridge Dies At His Home Near LodiburgChurch Member t Centuryt ATHER OF MRS JOE FITCH f Andrew Keys died at his home at iodlburg Thursday morning The uneral was held Friday at Walnut rove Baptist church In the month of May the News pub shed an interesting sketch of Mr Ceys life which was filled with kind ess not only for his family but his riends He was a wellknown man iver the county and had reached the Ipe pld age of 82 years 1 1rhe deceased is survived by the fol fOi hg children Mrs George French Mrs Joe Fitch S F Keys JWKeys Andy J Keys and H O Keys HAKE UPON 1 THE BRANCH k 1 IX Empty Cars Brake Loose From Engine And Dash Into Pas 5 senger Train at Askins ORRISON DIES OF INJURIES Irvington Ky July 27 Special fe ofthe most terrible wrecks for Its happened on the branch road at tins near Fordsville last Saourday moon six loose cars ran into the isenger train going into Fordsville f Mpremen the railroad physician summoned at once and found the jfcfeeman Mr Morrison in a dying ditlon had Mr Monohan the sec foreman sent to the hospital at TtBsboro and Mr Chamberlain and Claycomb brought here where they raping very nicely at the present emarkable thing of it aU was there no passengers injured at all t fNoticeq Mission money from Breckenrrdge Jiation should be sent before Aug jtp EB English 500 Walnut St isboro Ky i K t l FIRST LOVE r Mr Cissina Will Enter f ow Business Immediately H MifJtas Written A Song aW forge Cissina who has been ble man for the Cumberland hone Co for two months or fvflll leave the city soon to enter Ow business for which he has aid talent Mr Cissina kindly as= the Epworth League in the Car fand his show made a big hit He just written a song entitled Bion which will come from the I fan early data IL Ten Dollar Rifle ji f1 MasonsRecueWinbhester rifle By an over their name was left off the liotcrsMr Lucas Hurt iLucas the accomodating and likedman who works for H L Tf was jdcHd by a horse this week painfdlly hurt Ii MARY JANE TAKES WATT R Beautiful Boat Built by Clover port Foundry and Machine Company Launched Saturday NOT A SINGLE MISHAP OCCURSI 11111 Saturday evening as the sun in 1I its setting splendor had said goodnight over the hill to the west of the city theI beautiful pleasure boat MARY JANE t so named for the little Misses Mary PateI and Jane Lightfoot daughters of J W Pate and Dr F L Lightfoot wasI launched As she glided majestically on the bosom of the Ohio the owners J W Pate Dr F L Lightfoot andI Fred Fraize realized alltheyhadwishe I for The Mary Jane is as pretty a piece of workmanship as will be seen anywhere Finished beautifully inside and out an I equipped with one of the latest and best pattern of FairbanksMorse Marine en gines and an Auto steering gear which places the boat under the complete con trol of one man She has an 18 horse power 3 cylinder 2 cycle 3 port and with a length of 30 feet and a widt of 6 feet 7 inches makes a speed of l miles an hour in dead water She ha 6 wicker chairs and 6 folding chairs in front and seats for 8 people in the rear making a total seating capacity of 20 The above mentioned corporation should be congratulated on turning out a piece of workof this kind Casper Family Reunion Mr and Mrs M F Casper sons sonsinlaw daughters and daughters inlaw held a family reunion on Monday of last week The occasion was the homecoming of Drs Jo James Mich and family from Louisville Dr John Casper and family came over from Jas per and Mr and Mrs August Heck and two children were already here from St Louis They sat down to a most deliciously prepared dinner and supper which all greatly enjoyed Out of this family are three physicians and one den tistThe senior Mr Casper is1 partner in the largest dry goods concern iin Connelton and president of the Cannel ton State Bank His eldest son Mich is a leading physician in Louisville Another son John is practicing medi cine at Jasper and is rapidly coming to the front Jim another son graduated in dentistry in Louisville over a year ago and is practicing his profession there Jo has one more term of lec tures at Louisville before he graduates He is now located at St Marys andI Elizabeths hospital there Mr andI Mrs Casper have one daughter and two sons who live at home here Besides thf immediate members of the family Mrs Mary Burke of Leopbld mother of Mrs Casper was present and willfI spend a month with them Cannelton Telephone BIG DAY AT HARDINSBURG Congressman Ben Johnson AndI lt C Rankin Commissioner- of Agriculture Will At tend Barbecue GREAT CROWD EXPECTED August 7 will be the greatest day andl the greatest picnic ever known at th County capital As advertised In this issue of the News the barbecue will furnish splen did speakers fine dinner and refresh ments and grand entertainments Will Run Excursion The ladies of tHe Presbyterian church will run an excursion from here toi Hawesville and Cannelton Friday night July 30 They will havei music and refreshments and a jollyi J good time In general Everyone should take advantage of the Hirst river excursion of the season and go along and help this worthy caiuiK t ti Mr Ed English Sick The friends Of Mr Ed Englisn ar very sprry over his 6uJ4en ill health Ht hs been suffpriifcj front throat trouble forsevcralreeksj a c Iv L JUNIORS LOSE I SECOND CONTEST t Young Bunch of Balltossers From County Seat Take Locals Into Camp to the Tune 7TPUMPKIN ROLLERS DEFEATED IN EXTRA INNING GAME lIartdinsburg and Cloverport Junior teams was played on the local diamond last Saturday morning As the teams are almost evenly matched it was an ex citing game from start to finish the visitors however took the long end of boysIwon the game on their own merits putting up a little classier article of ball than the home boys localsIand had the game cinched until the seventhwhen Tucker becme rattled and soared into loftier atmospheres In this inning the visitors annexed tho neces sary runs Jabine was sent in to pitch the remainder of the game and held the pitchedhwereGhit freely but kept the hits well scats tered and were effective in tight places 10 Inning Game A large crowd of enthusiastic fans witnessed tho game between the Tobins port Pumpkin Rollers and the Hardins burg Regulars on the Tobinsport lot Saturday afternoon The game went to the Regulars by the sdore of 11 to 8I after a hard teninning struggle The Regulars bunched hits in the tenth and sent three runners across home plate Whitehead pitched the sort of ball that will win nine times out of ton but was given very poor support by his teammates Tlis Regulars scoring the majority of their runs on errors Fucns pitched seven innings for the Regulars being replaced by Brown whose ben ders were a puzzle to the Pumpkin Rol lers Pumpkin Rollers Down Dexter Sunday afternoon the Pumpkin Rol lers completely outclassed the team from Dexter Ind winning easily by score of 9 to 1 Esray and Bassmger were the opposing pitchers CocaColas Win and Lose Large crowds attended both games be tween the CocaCola team from Owens boro and the Hardlnsburg nine at the Hardinsburg Athletic Park Wednesday and Thursday of last week The Coca Colas won the first game easily by the score of 9 to 4 Thursday with the aid of a Portland Battery the Hardinsburg boys walloped them by the score of 7 to 0 Look Here 21 to 4 prof day Cloverport Juniors delight in administering the most cruel punishment on the Junior nine on the north side of the river Sunday afternoon Tho game was onesided from the be ginning The final count was 21 to 4 Tucker pitched for the locals Balltown Defeats Blue Bells Balltown put the rollers under the the Blue Bells by a score of 14 to 13 The game will be returned to the Ball town boys on August 8 Balltown will make a fine diamond on the farm of G P Burdett Let everybody come on August 8 A good game and a good time Giants Win In a game full of thrills and exelt ment the Cloverport Giants colored de feated Haw svil1es Best Sunday after WeCAMP MEETING Hires Run Baptist Church Holding a Revival Cloverporters In vited ttf attend The Rev Jenkins was hero Sunday the guest of Mr And Mrs H L Stader He was enrouto to Hites Run where he is conducting a tent revival I i Popular Visitor Leaves IiI vMls3 Laura Insdalelc t Friday on the steamer for her home in Cincln = SmithQphensport with her Miss Lansdale was a charming young girl arid has many admirers in Ibis city iiI COUNTY CAPITALCLIPPINGS News Notes of Interest From the County Seat Both Personal and Otherwise BENCHES IN COURT HOUSE YARD W isI Mrs S D McGill of Louisville visiting relatives in town Jesse Eskridge of Owensboro came up to be present at the meeting of the Republican leaders Saturday Misses Margaret Beard and Rosa Lou Ditto came home from Bowling Green Friday Miss Ditto after sever all months and Miss Beard after a year in the Normal Mrs Helen Chipps and little son of Blrdsville ICy were guests of Mr and Mrs Andrew Elder Saturday and SundayMrs Ernest Robertson of Glen deane was the guest of Mrs M H Beard Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse Gross and two children of Texas were guests of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard last week Claude Mercer has so far recovered that he was able Saturday to leave for Mudlavia Springs where a cure will be sought for rheumatism Miss Laura Easley left Friday for Barboursville after pleasant visit to Misses Nannie and Della Kincheloe Mrs Beauchampof Falls of Rough was the guest of her daughter Mrs Dr SlcMullin several days last week Miss Ann Eliza Robertson of Eliza bethtown was the guest of Mrs M H Beard a day last week Little George Wolfe of Louisville accompanied by his nurse went to Cloverport Friday for a short visit before he and his sister terminate their visit to Mr and Mrs M H BeardThe Girls Club had a pleasant out ing Wednesday at the Falls of Sink ingPaul Rhodes of McDaniels was here Sunday to meet his sister Mrs Nelse Quig ins of Cloverportwho has gone to McDanlels for a visit Mr and Mrs Percy Beard and two younger daughters have been at Union Star a few days Miss Frances Smith is visiting her sister Mrs Orrin Hardin near Clo verportHenry Eskrldgo of Louisville re cently returned from Seattle and Arizona is here visiting his brother The Pumpkin Rollers of Tobins port will be here Saturday to try their strength with the Hardinsburg boys on a Kentucky diamond they failed on their own field to beat our nine last Saturday putting up a good game however John P Haswell Sr is making ex tensive Improvements in his store room on Main street Marriage licenses H M Wilson Rue Meador Edward W Smith Sarah E Hobbs Frank Robinson Silver Butler Dan Stiff Ethel Troutman Harry Jay Gorsuch Mary L Simmons Jas Norton Ida E Nottingham- Joe Clark of Paynesville will or ganize a lodge of Modern Woodman of America here next week The charter has been received and twenty members secured several more than the necessary number for organiza tion If you want the best flour buy the Lewjsport BEST patent fiour The town council has ordered side walks put in good condition to the de pot The railroad will do its part about the depot and in a short while in wet or dry the trip can be made afoot into or out of town Rev Felix Roberts of Stephensport was in town Monday on his way to Kingswood and Westview Thos Mat er is the new local editor of the Democrat Web Williamson who has been here for some time has moved to Louisville where he has a position with the L N Roy Moorman was in Louisville Mon day and Tuesday The sheriff and his deputies are ready to collect any and all taxes the books now being ready and in thelrjjands Tom Moore went to Leitchfield Mon day to attend the Democratic Committee Meeting of the Appellate District Little Miss Lilllian McGuffin daugh terof Mr and Mrs Robert McGuffin of Louisville is tho guest of Miss Clara Whltworth and other friends in town a- sIi 0 c PROCEEDINGS OF REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEETING The first homegrown tomatoes on the local market this summer came from Kingswood Monday Judge Moorman has placed benches in the Court House yard so that the weary traveler may rest and keep off the grass All are welcome to sit upon them but no one is allowed to lie on them This prohibition concerning lying is applicable to politicians also but they will not need to be reminded if they are all as clean as the nomi nees already declared Herbert Beard went to Louisville Monday to attend a meeting of the State Fair Committee PROGRAMME Of The Womans Missionary Union Auxiliary to The Breckenridge Association Which Meets At Irvington August Twenty Fifth At Nine A M MORNING SongWelcome AddressMrs R B Mc GlothlanDevotionalMiss Etta English SongReports of Sun Beam Y W A and Royal Ambassadors progress and outlook of eac society live minute talks by President The Sunday school a missionar forceMiss Lena Hensley and Mrs I B Richardson Letter from mountain missionary Mrs Gregory SoloMrs J D Shaw The Training School Miss Corbltt Sun Beam WurkMrs Polk Exercises by Irvington Sun Beams Prayer AFTERNOON Song Devotional Mrs E B Elgllsh Royal AmbassadorsMiss Sallle RobertsonThe Within our Gates Mrs W C Moorman City MissionsMiss Leachman State Missions and SchoolsDr PowellY AAirs Creal Talk by returned missionary Letter from Miss Eula W Hensley PrayerBusiness BusinessSong SongClosing Prayer Mrs Geer Mrs Head Mrs Wimp Miss Maud Smith Committee Celebrates Birthday J C Epley went to Louisville Sun day to celebrate his twentyninth birthday He was the guest of his cousin George Green and had great tim- eECCENTRIC WOMAN PASSES AWAY Mrs Sanders DeadShe Loved The News and Was A Fre quent Visitor To The Office Always Had A Word Of Encouragement DEATH SERIOUSLY REGRETED Mrs Amanda Sanders died at the home of her son James Sanders at Pisgah Sunday afternoon She was a most eccentric character unusual in ways and ideas Before her health failed she came to town always once a week and she had many loyal friends in Cloverport Mrs Sanders was born in this county and was sixtythree years of age She was the widow of James Sanders and is survived by three sons James Will and Owon Sanders The remains were interred at Pisgah Dr Ball Here Dr Robert J BaJHof Murfreesboro Teniii was here Monday the guest of Hard11nsburg i iL The Republican County Committee met in Hardinsburg last Saturday for the purpose of naming time place and manner of selecting candidates for the various county offices All precincts were represented in person or by proxy save two Then was also a good at tendance of Republicans outside of the committee There was perfect harmony good feeling and a desire on the part of all present to do the best thing for tho party and select the best men for the of fices The lIon John P Haswell Jr county chairman in calling the convention to order said that ho was glad to sea so large a crowd present It Is an indi cation that the great party we represent is in splendid shape for the business partyinber comes our party will take possession of the offices in this Court House Breck enridge county is a Republican county and the policies of our great leaders Lincoln Roosevelt and Taft have made her so We are the dominant party in Kentucky ndw and she will remain that way if we put up good men for the offices It is now up to Breckenridge county to do her part If she does not do it she wont be worthy of the nameRepublican I shall not take the position ofIIboss in the selection of the men Select your own candidates and see that absolute fairness obtains in their selection Se lect good men and my word for it you willwin in November Mr Haswells speech seemed to stir the boys up and his speech was loudly applauded hSecretary Allen R Kincheloe called the roll of members All the precincts twoyThe Hon Chas Blanford was in favor of making the meeting executive one excluding all Democrats Not that he disliked Democrats or meant any dis courtesy to them but he thought it the proper thing to have only known Republicans present Herbert Beardwas on his feet atonca and said he was opposed to the motion He said they expected to get a whole lot of Democrats in November and he was opposed to treating them so dis courteously so early in the season Sherman Ball rose to a point of order He said some of the speakers were not members of the committee and had no voice in the meeting The Chair ruled that this was a meet of Republicans and all had a right to ex press their views He wanted the cooperation of all Republicans in Breck enridge county and expressions of their views was all right He overruled the point of order Amel Oelze was in favor of an open meeting and offered a motion to that effect which was carried John Eskridge of Hudson made a motion that conventions be held in all precincts to name delegates to a county conventionMr favored this motion and suggested that the time be the third Sat urday in August for the precinct con ventions and the fourth Monday for tho county convention- Mr Ball wanted the time set for Q oclock so there would be no chance for conventionaOn motion the time for precinct conventions was set for Saturday Aug 21 at 2 oclock p m and county convention Monday Aug 23 at 2 oclock Basis of represntation one delegate for every 40 votes cast for Taf- tCLOVERPORT An Ideal Place To Spend Vaca tion Time Thinks Edward Mc Ginness Hills And River Delight And Attract Him c Mr and Mrs Edward McGlmiess i and children of Evansville are visit- Ing Mr and Mrs Wm Hofllous Mrv largefurnitureis here taking his vacation He has a Sunday school class with a member theCloverportgirls r bring his bigI boys with him the next time he comes to this city Mr English Improving HV riMr and Mrs Frank English ifM a r- r 1JrE11rl1shto Louisvilliitfxt weslofw anaUMir trcatmiriti an T dinr iu 1 Y rp 7 m EK GS5E l L i KINGSWOOD COLLEGE f t- F Stands for higher education and Ulbllcal Christianity educate 1 mind and soul gives special attention and emphasis to J Ibody not cramming department Freo from the evils fJJ oxcitment of town and city Terms most reasonablefi School opens September 2 1000 Camp meeting Aug 24 to r Sept 2 1000 Catlogue free on application Call on or address J W HUGHES Presidentr t Kingswood Kentucky t I rIJ S r a IImSi1I11I 2III1 RIJ viaANNUAL MEETING I1 I Travelers Protective Association II r I ASHEVILLE N C B + II May 31 ran une51909 1 i Railwayi IIt 4 1is toAshevilleIthe shortest line s rtI am i Very low rates will be authorized open to the public Take this t1 I opportunity of going to Asheville and visiting the beautiful mountain s tmJ ous section of Western North Carolina 4Askany Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules 1f t write met f tWor t f 1 Je C BEAM Jr A G P A III f i ISTLOUIS MO ImmD tl t Real Estate DepartmentD- ot you vantlto buy a farm or busincos 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners d name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price r Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onto and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together Ilil 4 t-t- 1Thisdepartment is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling I buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales I Jno D Babbaaet-t- lL l 09 000 for 18 neros four miles west of 1 p Olendeune 5 ratios team brunchI I railroad all fresh land 100 iicros In cultiva tlon Macros In truss will produco too becorn wheat and tobacco lu neighborhood plenty lintlnc water well at door ut dwell ing Ilog dwe UDK 2 rooms nod side room good stable 3 tobacco Intros H tenant houses5 1ionty of good timber for furra purposes 1laudto clear Price 2000 H cash T Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good will etc K Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year 1 Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the bruich Here a J isi a fine opportunity for a man withI a small capital to drop right into a goo I business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Kv rf C 3 9503U tier os on Hurdtnsbun unUI 1s of Inking romJ 2 miles1 ouestorydwlIIngsI d blacksmith suop all nocossarv outhouses 130 nero under cultivation and pasture 222 f acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar treo all good size Plenty of RoodI water the your round Onethird cash and good oust terms on balance CtM 7a acres sltuutoU IIH miles from pJJU Holt JjlnsGube Pierce Ridge landI good shape good feiictui one good dwel house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn tinfeet 1 inverfalllni sprlug two ponds L IK good tobacco tflieut und corn land 20 fir 1 acres In tlmhon white Itrk sugar tree andI beech balance cleared 1Plenty of Rood troll goodtout It Is Rood land and In cood Hx Just the farm for u man with a small family Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located stunts for5 put month fi 1t 750I acres on Hardlnsburg and 4 r lns of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and u Rood lilt barn oO acres la oak und beech amour The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be LlmostoneIlIndtobacco and fruit Plumy good water your round Terms one third cash balance ID easy payments OacresliudIl5j rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with H store room over It to pool stock burns one tenant houe shout 5uO apple and poach trees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small trolls Including a oleo vlnyurd of choicest grapes 2uO acres tleiTDl balance In woods 125 acre In grass sever grovesof black loeusbsulllclont for posts U Iwlru the whole farm In It lies near Bkroc on L 1l St L U K price Is 5000 or long and easy payments druggistFandby good prosperous farmers This Is just tilt plueu for so no young physician to step into II good practice and a good drug business An old established iihysiclan wants to retire Is the reason for selling lor further partic ulars address JNO U BAHHAGE Clover port Kv J f wi f j 1 j sftsitNtyul tyftuof q at OlMwt M71 4 i r- yJ 1II Invitations Cards and i Announcements for iloT i ft tc i t 1 iWeddingsiJ andff i1C Beautiful Iin Workmanship r rs r absolutely Correct in Form fj 3 f BRECKEN IDGE t NEWS CIoverport S- u Kye r4 eaw I trfrYer- Y I t t 4 Betterl f SubscribeS1 ytltil 4 KENTUCKY SPIRITS Distilled by A Louise Babbage t From The American Press New York July 17th At the Kentucky Press Assocla dons fortieth annual meeting at Es till Springs near Beach Hargis home In the mountains of Kentucky the only spirits handed out were good onesEach and every editor sipped with the others the delightful features on the program prepared by the foreign committee on entertainmentC E Wood E D Miller and Louis Lan dramTheir efforts hit like missiles out of a shotgun and not one guest was present who did not feel the strong glow of a glorious time 000 An editor who has worn a smile and a ilower every day for twenty years Is Dan Bowman editor of the Wood ford Sun Versailles Mr Bowman says that Is pne way he has been able to keep his subscribersby his flowers and smiles 000 One of the most popular men at the meeting was Richs Brother The card he handed around is herewith given Havinu been known hereto fore in the K P A as Richs Broth er and his presence here malting it necessary I herewith introduce my self as Hiram A Richardson Taylor County Enquirer Campbellsville Ky Howdy II ooo One of the most interesting young women at the meeting was Miss Laura Rollins She came down from the mountains accompanied by James Metcalfe whose father Is editor of the Pineville Sun Miss Rollins has a head chuck full of business sense and what she had stuffed up her sleeve for increasing circulation was marvelous 000 Green Keller editor of the Carlisle Mercury helped rock the cradle of the Kentucky Press Association when it first saw the light forty years ago Mr Keeler is one of the oldest and most interested members of the as sociation 000 The only real moonshiner is OD Miller of the Climax Printing Com pany Richmond His birthplacewas where the ballroom nosy stands at Estill It was fourteen years ago said Mr Miller that I left for Richmond and entered the printshop but I still love the mountain spot near Irvine II 000 Thursday was the big day R R Perry of the Sun Sentinel Winchester brought to Estill 000 guests tlie company of jolly people Including his printing olllce force and postal clerks Mr Perry Is one of the most success ful newspaper men in the association and has an army of friends 000 An author who has created much fame is Louis Landrum The snake stories that he tells were never found in the grass or underbrush Anti the way that he can knock them out He gets every one scared up a tree for fear he will rake out a snake story in print on them 000 H H Sommers of EUzabethtowa has been appropriately nicknamed watchdog for the K P A He has i kept the association out of more Agonies OlPainNever give up and think that all women yourself Included have to suffer pain- Thousands of women have writ ten to ten how they have cured their womanly ills and relieved their pains and over a million have been benefited 111 various other forms of female disease durI- ng the past 50 years by that popular and successful female remedy CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF- i I believe I would now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie KyifI had suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awful bearlngdown pains Now these pains have all gone as a result of using Cardul At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp toms to Ladles Advisory Det The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 3- dr ax I fsquabbles than any other membdr It is through his vigilant faithfulness that the Kentucky Press Association has had such a perfect life Every editor sings his praise and provides meat for the watchdog 000 Charles Howard editor of the Hog genvllle Herald and John D Babbage editor of the Breckenridge News are the only editors in the association who have edited a paper nearly thirty years without shifting from pillar to post Both Mr Babbage and Mr Howard have stuck to the bush and it is harts to tell which has got the more berries 000 Amqng the guests entertained by the Kentucky Press Association none were more thoroughly enjoyed and apreciated than Mr aud Mrs Ridge of Cincinnati Mr Ridge represented the A P A which is like a star In the east to the newspaper world The Kentucky editors have been rendering a course of laudation to The American Press the wonderful journal that visits every office in the United States each week ooo A mans name that should be changed is T C Underwood of Hop kinsville It should be Topwood for he is always up and doing and you cant down him If he caht come In smiling himself he getsthere by mak ing some other fellow laugh out loud Thus is President Underwood 000 One of the most beloved presidents was Mr Tim Needham editor of the Williamstown Courier who gave up the chair at this meeting Mr Need ham is one of the oldest as well as the youngest members of the association 000 One of the most beautiful acts of kindness that took place during the meeting was that of Editor Meacham of Hopkinsvllle nominating for pres ident Mr Tom Underwood his competitor Every member of the asso elation remarked Mr Meachams un selfish spirit toward the new presi dent t ooo One of the most popular men in the association is A D Miller Mr Miller carries more than one load on his shoulders for dprlng this meeting he was elected president of the Eighth District League ooo The Kentucky Press Association adjourned after one of the most suc cessfui and enjoyable meetings in Its history Quite a debate resulted from the introduction of a resolution declaring in favor of school suffrage for women in Kentucky Before a vote was taken the resolution was withdrawn When the election of olllcers for the ensuing yearwas taken up T C Underwood editor of the Kentucky New Era atHopkinsville was elected president A D Miller of Richmond vice president and Dan Bowmar of Versailles secretary The windup banquet given by the Messrs Riddle proprietors of Estill Springs was asplendid affair and was enjoyed to the limit by every one who attended Jouett Shouse of Lexington was toastmaster Appeal to Drivers The Womans auxllary to the Ken lucky Humane society has issued the following well timed appeal to owners and drivers of horses and mules Use your horses and mules as your self Do not overwork them do not hurry them do not overload them Hunt shade for them to stand in A little trouble might save a lot of money Remember horses and mules can become hopelessly insane from standing in the hot sun Wash the heads and mouth with a sponge Hats aregood use them Do not use a tight checkrein A horse cannot pull well Remember this is fly time Why add to the torture of fly bites an ncom fortable false position of tilt head Give your horse all he wants to eat and time enougn to eat it Century Magazine For July Mr A S Chapmans article upon the boyhood of John Hay ilhjstrnted with many portraits would alone make the Century Magazine for July worth while MajorQeneral A W Greelys review of Lieutenant Shackletons expedition to the South Pole derives its in terest from the tact that General Greely is one of the greatest living authorities upon polar exploration The illustra tions of DIr Robert Haven Schauffiers article upon Rothenburg in his series Romatic Germany prove his assertion that it is one of the toast picturesque n Old Vorld towns The Uev Dr HI Wood tforebeStorn epl to the Kmtnnn uel movement dOlls luminously with the subject Mr George K WooJborry s verse entitled Proseplne written at Lake Ptrgusa Is haunting In its laud fulness and melody It Is of a high order of poetry even for the Century Dr S Weir Mitchells story The Society of the Guillotine Is another attractive feature of this well edited midsummer n mbor If yolt have pains in the buck weak hack or any other indication of a weak ened or disordered condition of the kid neys or bladders you should get DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away when you experience the least sign of klndey or bladder complaints but be sure that you get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you and if you will seed your name to E C Dewitt Co Chicago you will receive a free trial box ot those kidney and bladder pills They arc sold here by all Druggists Kentucky To Show Corn M C Rankin commissioner In the Department of Agriculture labor and statistics has been appointed vice pre sldent for Kentucky of the National Corn Association and announces that the State will make an exhibit at the National Corn Exposition in Onahn December 6 to 18- Arrangements I were made at a conference of Corn Association officials with Mr Rankin in Frankfort this week and It is expected Kentucky grain will take a high place and win many of the list worth 50000 which is offered at the show In Omaha Mr Rankin has one hundred or more boys in Kentucky growing corn from pure seed They will show this in an ex hibit to bo held at the Kentucky State fair grounds and then the best will go to the National show As is well known Kentucky stands high as a corn producing state when acreage is considered It is the hope of Mr Rankin and his co workers to bring the average yield per acre up to among the best in the United States Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found iu 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 frotndead ly disease If ft had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not have lived he writes suffering 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 ou earth GOc and 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free BEWLEYVILLE Held over from last week Robert Hardaway of St Louis and Emmett Hardaway of Iowa are visitors nt the home of their father MY Ben HardawayMrs r Blanford and children of Lebanon will arrive today to te the guests of Mr and Mrs Chits Blanford Mr and Mrs Jas Foushee spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter Mrs Gilbert Kasey Arvin Stith and Ike Hicks of Hilll Grove wefts visitors in the neighbor hood Sunday Roy Payne and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs M P Payne C H Blanford returned Saturday from a business trip to Frankfort and LouisvilleMiss Head of Lodiburg is the guest of Miss Marguerite Stith Bro Lite of Louisville preached three excellent sermons at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Miss L eta MO oy spent last week the guest of Mrs Oscar Dowell at living ton We are sorry to hear of the sudden death of Mr Roam Board who dropped dead at his home Sunday evening Much svmpathy Is extendeo to the be reaved family Why dont you delight the house wife by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer keeps it Its the Lewisport flour GeneTriplett and wife spent Satur day and Sunday at Mr Jim Paynes at Ekron The Masonic banquet given Saturday evening was quite a success An elegant supper was served by the ladles qf the Eastern Star which was enjoyed by all present Tortured on a Horse For ten years I couldnt ride a horse without being in torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured me Infallible lor Piles Burns Scolds Cuts Boils FeyerSores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Use Our Want Column a KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUHC- SwTHDrKings 4 New Discovery FOR COUCHSPJ1ICEfree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBL- ESGUARANTEEDSATI8FAcnOll OR MONEY REFUNDED YOUR B urnDL HIDESAIIDFURS Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We are Dealers andean do beMer for you than agents or commission merchants Reference any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly trice list and shipping tags We furnish wool bags free IL SABEL SONS ESTABLISHED IN 1858 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KYj f r r j t I STYLISH COMFORTABLE I Tailor JMade Clothes + 1 All the liilest patterns for Suits und Tromers In high grude fab j modernmethods t emspl0yed J H HUNSCHE yt f CasperMav CoCanieltonInd Anyone Bonding a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our oiilnloncfrco whether an nonaetrictlyconadentlal1IANDD00Kontatenlacent Patent taken turouRh Muim k Co receive rpeetal notice without charge lathe Scientific fliwiicati A handsomely Illustrated weekly arrest cir culation of any vclontltlo journul 9crmey3a byallnewadcalerLMUNN branch oftlce 82511 atwashinglonA Co L II ST L TIME TABLE fyNoPoil1tStites725A nL No HZTInily Mall ana ExpressleavesOlo rerport 10107 A M stops till way stationstiArrives Loulsvlllu 1258 u ro I Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Olo verport 157 p m stops at all way stations eastof Glovorportuicept mystic arrtves at Louisville 7 40 u m Train NolMs Dully Cloverport accommo t dation arrives Oloverport 815 pm WEST BOUNDvaccommodationleavesstations arrives Hnndcrson 82a am wayw andoxpreyleaves Uawesvlllo Lewlsport Marco Owensboro t arriveStdallyleaves p m Stops at all stations 1 No 145 dully St Louis fast train leaves bioerport 1100 P M arrives Evansvlllels35 iA t IlawesvilleOwensboro betweenLoulsvlllosleeplngcarsand 14n between Louisville Evansvllle arid M St Louis atnendersIwithLNtrainlendersonFordsville Branch iyTrainI ledlJords11140aruamTrain sFordsvtllll330ClJ30pwTrain No 6 Sunday only Ford vllle 100 a m Irvington 1195 a m WESTBOUND veelrvington 51pm705pmDR W M CASPER DENTIST At Olovorport every Wednesday and Tnurs dav at Dr Lluhtfoots Office H DeH nOORMANN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtscountercoUectlonsroadLIcensetoCounliOfficen Electrica i BittersSucceed When everything else fall femaleweaknesses testifiedFORSTOMACH TROUBLEIt Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter maMBj Dont Forget to Subscribel ac w k I t t = iJ I1IBI mI11fS gMlfff 7lfraomms 4909I The GreatestExhibition 19Q9I BRLCKENRIDGE COUNTY FAIR 1 I iJ IeI = ATm ill Hardinsburg Ky August 31 Sept l and 2 1 3 THREEi BIG DAYS 3 I I f I All children under 14 years old Free first day Second day Louisville Day Third day Ladies Day Excursions on Railroad each day Big Premiums Big Purses i Get Your Exhibits ready Premiums for all kinds Ladies work mm RACES EACH DAY I Apply to R MURRAY Secretary Catalogues Hardinsburg M If IRVINGTON 1 Held over from Last Week I MrsL R Morem n who has been isiting Mrs Morejnen at Brandenburg jas returned home Miss Claire Jolly who has been the nest of her friend Miss Laura Clam ers in Louisville since last week will Will return home ths week tHev and Mrs J D Morris of Louis rille are the weekend guests of Rev rid Mrs TW Gayer at their home in he Woodland I Mr T N McGlothlan and daughter iss Mabel McGlothlan expect to leave Is week for a stay of tep days at Dawn prings Mr Theodore Robin of Louisville spending the week with his cousin i r Lewis Herndon Miss Lizzie Head of Lodihurg came turday for a visit to her cousin Mrs tie Claycomb nabs G L Brady left Friday for orse Branch and Fordsville for a sev all days visit to relatives A wedding of much interest here was jit of Miss Lsttt Simmons and Mr irry Gorsuch of Minot North Dakota jicri took place at 380 oclock Wed May afternoon at the home of brides i its Nr and Mrs Charlie Simmons ae Rev J J Willet performed the lemony Mrs Gorsuch is an attract tyoung woman Mr Gorsuch is a h of fine qualities They arc at pre int with Mrs Gorsuchs parents later iey will go to North Dakota to reside Mrs L E Smith and little boy after eu days visit to her cousin Mrs G Lyddan left for her home in St Mils Monday i JPcdr 1 tOrientaIOoldPill t hoedjustaii I foIJCcdyUnrantee Price 300 At tug stores or send direct to us Tailed in plain wrapper irYrito for booklet Confiden ial ChnVsent free Desk G Sathetic Chemical Co 31 West 25 Sti Now YorkI44Genune Turkish Female Pills i r S r C- v K + Mrs A Lydia Jolly spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville visiting rel atives and friends Mr and Mrs G T Marshall and granddaughter Ruth were in the city last Friday on a pleasure trip Mrs Willard Arnold and children left Saturday for a ten days visit torelatives at Fordsville and Horse Branch Mr and Mrs Ed Harris of Webster and Mr Willie White of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs R M JJolly Saturday Miss Lila Tydings came down from Louisville last Tuesday to be the guest of her cousin Miss Ellen Munford for a I three weeks visit Miss Margaret Peyton after being the guest of relatives at Glendeane returned home Saturday Jerome Board of near Rosetta drop ped dead nt his home on Sunday after inoon about six oclock- G N Lyddan sold n combined horse Ito Hawkin Smith at Garfield Saturday Misses Mary Nevitt and cousin Willie Hilf left Saturday for a ten days visit irelatives at Vine Grove and Stithton Hon Chas Blanford passed through town Saturday enroute from Frankfurt to Bewleyville where he had been on a short business trip Clarence Westerfield of Owensboro was a visitor in town Sunday I Misses Nell Dempster anti Betsy Moorman are with Miss Margaret Pey ton this week Mrs Joseph Adkisson and children of Owensboro came Sunday for a brief visit to Mr and Mrs H B Head Dr Mather of Hardinsburg filled the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday both morning and evening This was by special request of the pastor Rev B P Wilson Dr Mather delivered two very fine addresses nod the music was much enjoyed The time is drawing near for our schools to begin so it would be wise for the persons most interested in the education of their children to appoint a meeting in order to discuss some definite plans for the establishment of a gopd school in our city Clearheaded men who really care for the best interests of the community realize that the best in Investment for educational purposes Let Irvington people get busy Mr and Mrs Maurice Gilbert and little son who have been the guests of Mrs Gilberts parents Mr and Mrs S R Payne left for their home in Padu cnh Saturday They wereaccompanied home by their sister Miss Grace Payne who will visit them for several weeks f I I r lI fJ t j S Miss Lelia Turner of Louisville is visiting her aunt Miss Mary Cornwall Born to the wife of Richard Sipes on Tuesday July i3 a fine boy Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley and children of West Point came Friday for for an indefinite visit to Mr and Mrs J D Ashcraft and Mr and Mrs Henry Neafus Mr and Mrs Tony King of Holt spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs James E King Rev A P Lyon presiding elder wus here Friday and Saturday and held quarterly meeting at the Methodist church While in town Rev Lyonswas- the guest of Rev and Mrs B F wilson Why dont you delight the housewife j by furnishing her pure and wholesome flour Your grocer Keeps it Its the Lewisport flour Rev T W Gayer is making plans to hold a series of revival meetings in tho Baptist church of which he is pastor The services will begin Monday night after the first Sunday in August Rev S J Cannon of 3rd Baptist church Louisville win assist in the meeting Good livery stable in this town for saleMrs W J Piggott and daughter Miss Eliza expect to leave today Wednesday for St Paul Minnesota where they will be the guests of her son Mr Hubert Piggott for a month While gone they will visit other points of in terestMrs Forest Vau Meter after being the guest of relatives at Lodiburg re turned Srturday Mrs Allte Bolin of Falls of Rough is visiting her sister Mrs Walker Brown this week Miss Claire Steele of Dallas Texas arrived Monday for a stay of several weeks with Mrs Lydia A Jolly Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver and Bon of Louisville and Mr Logan Helm of Lexington came Saturday to spend the remainder of the summer the guests of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New Life Illls They never dis tress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds HeadI ache Constipation Malaria a5c at Severs Drug Coa A few tlinuH giilncd by fraud ft story n fortune otherwise bonestlv won German Proverb I f r v a Stockmen get ready Lady goes up tat Balloon each day Many new and novel free attractions See the Filipino rat eaters See the largest snake in captivity See the high diving dog 1m I DAVID lor Ky I u Inquisitive Your husband Is of a studious turn of mind Isnt hei Yes Indeed Whenever we Iwvo ansh lie IsnTsntlsflcd unless he knows jvcrythlnpr that IN InltDetrolt Fro cressFeel languid weak rundowu Head ache Stomach offJusta plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blcod Bitters tones liver and stomach promotes digestion purifies the blood Caught She Did you hear they were going to fax bachelors lie Yes but theyll never pet It out of me SheIt Is nice of you to put It tint way but I must speak to mother first Illustrated Bits What Is not necessary Is dear at n pennyCatoI habitually from consti pation Doans Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever sinceA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Tex Transparent Rhubarb To Ibe miuo tiny before urlug Cut rhubarb tutu fllInli one lmlf Meta Ions Spread on plates und cprlnklc with sugar allowing om hnlf cupful 111 supir to Uifh cupful of fruit Lot nil stand overnight In till morning lour off the Juice mind boil for ten minutes drop In the rhubarb a small portion at n time and cook until lender Ke move from the slump as soon as done to preserve shape Put In a pretty dish Chicago RccordHcrnld GtalSdrort Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Subscribe Right Now 13 F BEARD President M II BEARD Cashier PAUL Assistant Cashier ARE OUR ROADS TOO WIDE German Highways Narrower but Bet ter Maintained Says a Consul The following Information concern Ing the superiority of the highways of Germany us compared with those of the United States Is furnished by Rob ert J Thompson consul at Hanover German roads are perhaps subjected to a hundred times moro traffic than similar roads In the United States These roads range from twenty to millI an average value of 100 per acre and cut It up with roadways sixtysix feet In width practically twothirds of the same being given over to weeds which furnish an Inexhaustible supply of seeds for the adjoining farm lands The farmer In Germany who has con quered the weeds on his ground need have no thought of them being started I again front uncultivated or uucared for land along the roadways There are i no weeds no mud no chuck holes no sand stretches In the roads I One of the dmplost anti most practi cal measures that could be taken for the betterment of roads In the United States would be to reduce their width to front onethird to onelImIlf of what they now are In the United States public high- Ways In the states given below may he estimated as follows Minnesota SO 000 Wisconsin 50000 Michigan HO 000 Iowa 70000 Kansas 70000 Ne braska 50000 Missouri 80000 tilt nois 80000 Indiana 70000 Ohio SO 000 total 700000 miles Reducing the width of these public highways which now average sixtysix feet to thirty six feet would give bmk to the farm ers of these states for cultivation 00000 acres of generally tillable land which at an average valuation of 100 per aero would mean the restora tion to tho producing values of the states named of 250000000 u U i I Hint to the Housewife For time careful housewife latent upon detecting adulterants in foods the following hint from the Scientific American may be It Is a test for the amount of copper used as coloring matter In canned Potts and while perhaps not so simple as tasting a bit on n spoon or wetting n linger mind holding In the breeze the readily may bo carried nut In any household fitted with n 10000 properly equipped Here It Is Time quantity of copper may be do termined by time vegeta bles leaching time ash with nitric acid to dryness time residue in acid neutral izing the solution with ammonia acid- Ifying It slightly wth acid anti the copper with zinc In a vessel of platinum Do you think youll try It Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or burns without H scar Cures piles ec zema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your druggist sells it The American Youth If tho truth wore told must voting American man are not interesting They do not keep up their reading They hove a national ob tuudlty whoa It comes to musk to art to literature nor do many of them take any nf tlioso things at all serious Ily The young among them mire not good Our cleverest men mire pure null simple They lecture They ire born orators along modified lines They are Inevitable story lelers None of this Is and women like like Its courtesies which at least pretend a little Interest when their turn comes In tho game Knowl edge of people and affairs outside our own country pricks more than one bubble about our young mcn Anna A Rogers In Atlantic n d 1J wM eHA r r11 rThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I COMPTON Capital 50000 Surplus and Un= divided Profits 1100000i IA acceptable determining experiment laboratory Incinerating evaporating dissolving hydrochloric hydrochloric precipitating especially conversutlonallKtK monologlHts admirably conversation conversation n DIRECTORS Morris Eskridgo G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincholoc C V Robertson B 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 VI 1 I 1 h 5 I Y t f I 1 Y 7 THE BRECKENRIDGENEWSI JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO 1 Issued Every Wednesday 1 f1 oit Subscription Price 100 a year in advance x CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 coots perline Money I k i la advance + Examine the label on your paper If it isnot correct please I h usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should gi- vertheir old as well as the now address j EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1909 i t ttTH iTi eKE T i r I For County Court Clerk1 = L C Vic Robertson 1 III For County Judge Hathias Miller 1i For Circuit Clerk Lee Walli1 J i iForCounty AttorneyHV G Babbagc t 1 For Sheriff = H G Vessel For Superintendent of Schools Joe W Trent f t For JailerH William Gilbert i i J For Assessor 4 Peyton Claycomt I hForCoroner Lee Bisho1r For Representative Hon D C Hoormai h WHERE THE WWS STANDS Wo have no apologies to make in hoisting the Democratic ticket l c ratthe head of our columns Existing conditions warrant this state 4i 4 ment Men arc above party and politics especially in county affairs Our aim has always been to to support the best men for the offices regardless of party Wo have hewed to this line on more than one occasion It gives us especial pleasure at this time to support the ticket named by the Democrats for the reason that they are all good clean men and worthy The cry of all men of all parties has been b and is for good men reliable men sober men honest men to fill our If offices For more than thirty years now we have hadsomething to do with the naming of the men who have filled our county offices r rsometimes our men have been chosen and some defeated Not in all I Iht these years has any party put up a better cleaner finer sot of men J than has been named by the Democrats and appears at the head of our columns All men rich and poor high and low can vote for w t this ticketThe for the voters to do who believe in good men for the offices is to get in line and work for this ticket Our gOQd friend Geo W Dodson of Frymi re sends us a com munication condoming Senator It W Owen another good friend for a certain vote he cast while in the Senate on an Insurance Bill Sir CI y Dodson takes the position that Senator Owen voted against the farmers interest in supporting this bill We have never seen or read the t billand know nothing about it Mr Owen says he dont remember c t tvotingr for such a bill If he did ho was not aware at the time that it in any way affected the interests of the farmers He says further tJ I that it would hardly been natural for him to cast a vote that would ho is farmer born and reared onin any way affect the farmer as a 1J the farm and their interest is his and always has been Mr Owen says all men are liable to make mistakes and if he made a mistake in j jj this matter it was clearlyI 1 an over sightI and he is sorry for it 1 D 1 a Wo know that in Dick Owen the farmers never hada better friend His dealings are all with the farmers and it is not his nature kt to go against them in anythingthat is all right and just tt Wo think Mr Dodson is wrong in centering Mr Owen and that l i be is not fully acquainted with the merits of the bill or of Mr Owen 2 tVotox f v I x i s 1 Mrs Skillman Home w= Mrs Abe Skillman has returned rc- A home from Louisville where she went tvt fR to submit to an operation for her eyes Her friends are pleased to- learn that the operation promises to 1r f be a relief for her trouble Miss Margaret Skillman accompanied her l mother home i In The Shadow Of Forty i t tMrand Mrs Frank Fraize gave a dinner party Monday in honor of theiri Fredjyearstwr young t- t7f Mrs Johnstone Here J Mrs W A M Johnstone and lovely flittledaughters Alice and Elizabeth of I Brainard Miun are the guests of Mr r3 I IandMrs James Harris Mrs John C1stonewho was Miss White is pleasantly 11 I remembered in Cloveiport for her excel b 4 lent musical talent and charming person ality Her friends are delighted that she 1l is here again t l i f tIt1 mg J Vt Miss Florence Lewis who holds a responsible position with Fraizes store is taking her vacation and visiting at Glendeane Her friends wish her a pleasant tim- eChIIdrn 1 Cry FOR FLETCHERS mii w O ASTORIA I t w Ii ll f Shvq W J Card Of Thanks We desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy in the death of our beloved father A J Keys Sr The Children STATE or OHIO CITY OP TOLEDO Il SS LUOAH COUNTY f Irank J Ghonoy makes cath that ho Is senior partner of tho firm of P J Cheney C Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County und State aforesaid und that said firm will pay the stun of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each und ovary case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December A D 1680 SHAII A W GLEASON NOTARY Ponuc Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally mid acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials tree KTOIIGNEYCO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Died At Lodiburg Mr James Grant a wellknowl farmer residing near Lodiburg died Monday morning He was buried at Walnut Grove Tuesday Address All Letters to the News All letters containing news items andI other notices for the paper please address to The Breckenridge News andI not to Miss Louise Babbage until sheI returns to the office Gorrespondents are requested to write on one skis ofi stationery i f T 4I 1 yt i H j i t Wromanc Relief Corps Mrs Drown the Ctaflain Gives An Interesting Account of Peru na e MRS MARY M BROWN Mrs Mary M Brown President of tho Y W C T U of East Providence II 1 is also Chaplain Womans Relief Corps and Past Dnpartment President of thoW M O of the State of Rhode Island This prominent Indy writes an open letter to suffering women all over the United States Her letter Is as follows j 4a 2s2BBWlr MhMnnrnThe Peruna Medicine Co Columbus OJo- OentiemenSocJallyas well as officially I meet a large number of women old and young bright Intelligent women who do their own thinking and form their own opinions You will therefore be pleased to know that Perunn Is a favorite remedy among women and that It Is generally considered superior to any prescription known In cases of catarrh and weakness peculiar to the sex 1 have hat occasion several times In cases of cold and depression to use Pcruna and have found It very MARY M 149 Orosvenor East Ave effectualJ Stories With a Flavor of the Soil Uncle Joe Williams Swallows a Peach Stone Last Saturday night as dark as it was Uncle Joe Williams our jailer and Squire Quince Johnson the Magistrate in District No6 went out in the north west part of the county on a peach stealing expedition Quince was the pilot and steered his companion to Mr Edelins orchard where the trees were bending under a load of the lucious fruIt Both men had to feel for the peaches as it was too dark to see them Uncle Joe was eating at the same time ho was filling his basket Finally Quince noticed that Uncle Joes arms were go lug around like he had a fit He called to him but there was no response Finally he got hold of him and inquired what was the matter In a few minutes Uncle Joe seemed to come too and had recovered his voice He had gotten a Whole peach in his mouth at once and it disturbed his false teeth In his struggle not to swallow his teeth he swallowed the peach seed They got home shortly before day Uncle Joe re fusing to talk to his companion He said at last Quince I have got that stone down but how am I to digest it Quince told him that his experience was that whiskey would digest anything Uncle Joe tried a pint It seemed to go to his head instead of his stomach and he has still got that peach seed When we last saw him he was going around to the doctors to find something to take that would dissolve a peach stone Elizabethtown News Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the air passages is not cured by any mixtures taken into the stomach Dont waste time on them Take Elys Cream Balm through the nostrils oo that the fevered swollen tissues are reached at once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often you have been disappointed we know Elys Cream Balm is the remedy you should use All druggists SOc Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York ARtt Rev L H Voyles of Cabot is holding a meeting here Large crowds are in attendance and much interest is be manifestedMr Stanley Thornhill of Garfield spent Sunday the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Green Burnett Mr and Mrs Thomas Bates and little son Samuel of near Hawesville were the guests of her sister Mrs J M Beatty and family last week Berry picking is the order of tho day at present Most of the farmers have thrashed their wheat and all report a good yield J M Beatty went to Nortons Valley businessNoahWeatherford of Louisville has beenthe guest of his parents Mr andl r t r + 5 r Mrs JobnW tl1 rforc1f9reerar days Miss Flora Meador of Basin Springs is the guest of relatives here We can almost hear the wedding bells ring Rev B F Flannery who has beer in Illinois in revival work for some time passed through here Monday enroute to his home at Kingswood Mrs Florence Pile and daughter May have returned home after a visit in Louisville and Vine Grove Mr P R Payne is ill at this writing Several from here are attending the meeting at Germantown Mr George Basham continues very ill C L Bruington W T Macy and S E Basham have their new houses about completed If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Rue Meador has been in Hard insburg several days this week Miss Hallie D Meador returned home from Owensboro Saturday where she has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Sarah Jameson for several months Misses Ada Lula Leah and Ben Gray were guests of Miss Nellie Beatty ThursdayMrs Payne was tlie guest of Mrs Julia Knott Thursday Cow Test The State Board of Health has issued a sweeping proclamation requiring every cow in the State to be subjected to the tuberculin test ordering the im mediate destruction of those which the test shows to be infected with tubercu losis and providing that no cattle can hereafter be brought into the State un til the tuberculin test has been shown that they are free from tuberculosis germs Experiments conducted by Dr Cyrus W Field bacteriologist and pathologist of the University of Louis ville under the direction of a milk comb mission appointed by the Jefferson County Fiscal Court resulted in this recommendation which is intended to protect the health os the consumers of milk who might otherwise be infected with tuberculosis from cattle NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Cloverport People Should Learn To Detect The Approach Of Kidney Disease The symptoms of kidney trouble are so unmistakable that they leave no ground for doubt Sick kidneys ex crete a thick cloudy offensive urine full of sediment irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding The back aches constantly headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the vic tim is often weighed down by a feeling- of languor and fatigue Neglect these warnings and there is danger of dropsy ikights Disease or diabetes Anyone of these symptoms is warning enough- to begin treating the kidneys at once Delay oftenproves fatal You can use no better remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Heres Clover port proof John H Wills judge of police court High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation in pronouncing loansKidney Pills the best remedy I know for the purposes for which their use is intended I take pleasure in recommending them to other persons who may be suffering from disordered cidceys I will be pleased to answer my questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time For sale ball dealers Price 50I cents Foster Milbtirn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand ake no other THOUSANDS Will Attend the Big Democratic Barbecue at Louisville Promoters of the big Jeffeisonian bar jacue whioh is to be given by the Fifth District Democracy on the State Fair rounds in Louisville on August 25 and 16 have selected former Mayor Charles F Grainger as the general chairman of- or the executive and all subcommittees md the announcement is made that Mr Grain er has accepted The promoters rave not only secured the fair grounds for the big event but have arranged with all the railroads for a rate to Louisville that will be the cheapest that has seen iu force in Kentucky for years The rate will enable Democrats from the most remote sections of the state to visit the metropolis Invitations are being prepared now and will be sent out immediately to all the Democratic mem bers of Kentuckys delegation In Congress also to Democratic nominees for both lranches of thp General Assembly All will be present and during the two days it is planned to have speeches by not less than 100 of the states crack Democratic orators Some of the do i t Reduced Round c Trip Rates tb fl Big Masonic Picnic 1 IIb at Hardinsburg Ky tl belt SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1909 i iMain Line Points FKOM Sample 1 O Louisville 2 00 StopWsport 1 00 Point 1 00 h 0lIowardBartles 1 00 OJqvorport 1 00 Rock Haven 1 00 Skillman r 110 2GBrandenburgEl ron00 Petrie 1 lI Gusto 1 80 Adair 1 f0 50Irvington1 Woftstor 80 Whitman 1 70 Lodiburg 1 00 Mnceo 1 75 Mystic 100 I Owensboro 2 00 pt Branch Line Points Fordsvillo Si 00 Dempster G0 Falls of Ilou75 Glendeaneh 50cc Mitchellt 95 McQuady + 35 Oaks 1I 90 Kirk r i1 3 I ill Askins 80 Ilarned Van Zant iM 70 Garfield 35II Hack Vale x 05 Basin Springs 50 Train Schedulev Passengers from main lino points Owensboro to Irvington will use train No 142 in connection with train No3 Passengers from Louisville to Irvington will use train No j 141 in connection with special train Irvington to Hardinsburg as shown below 1L 90Va m Basin Springs 10 30 Garfield 10 50 Harned j 11 02 Ar HnrdInS burg 11 25 Passengers from branch will use Special train as per sche dule below Lv Fordsville 6 30 a m Lv Dempster 6 57 a m e Mitchell 6 33 Falls of Rough 7 15 cc Oaks G 37I Dempster 7 30cc cl AskinsO 45cc cc Glcndeano 7 36u Van Zant 6 48 McQuady 5 50 Rockvale0 52 Kirk7 58 Arrive Hardinsburg at 8 15 a m Returning Special Taain to leave Hardinsburg at or about 4 oclock p m for main line pointsii For Branch Points Special will leave Hardinsburg at or about 1I G oclock pmifjj- 1u VW tA tA W x- uI25 Reward Ifor information leading to the 1- I party or parties who bodily ftaIt i I injured lnaMondaya fine heiferrgah grave yard a THOS L RYAN a a Haltingly Ky u A M A 8AAa f nations that are being received by state Democrats are unique Charles Met calf of PinQville tha recently elected president of the State Bar Association is to send one carload of coal As this cannot be used tho committee will sell it James Garnett of Adair county will send two head of beef cattle Col A D Martin of Frankfort will send two l carloads of second growth hickory woodi which will furnish the blaze for roasting to a turn several hundred head of cattle sheep and lambs One of Mr Garnetts constituents ftom the Eleventh District who is ninetyodd years old is to ride a mule from his mountain home down to the State Fair grounds He has voted for every Democratic nominee for Presi dent from the time he becamepf age to the present time Up to this time a number of lbusiness houses have offered a sufficient number of floats to cover tenI squares of space in the parade The promoters say this parade will be the biggest and the longest ever seen on the streets of Louisville Coll A D Mar tin leads the list of parade entries with six floats The Kentucky colonels have agreed to take charge of the marching club division of the parade and invita tions will be sent to the marching clubs of all other cities requesting them to participate in the celebration here The promoters of the big demonstration say that if they do not bring 50000 Democrats to Louisville during the two days they will disappointed This is to be the opening gun said one iin the right to be made to redeem Louisville and Kentucky from Republican rule Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Eclectric 011 Stops the pain and heals tho wound All druggists sell it On Advertising Says an exchange If you toot your little tooter and then lay away your V Tit t t rx l horn theres not a soul in ten days will know that you were born The man who gathers pumpkins js the man who plows all day and the man who keeps is payThemnnsudden jerks is the man who blames Theland steady pull ie keeps his trade and paper from year to year quite full He plans his advertisements ina thought ful honest way and keeps forever at iit b until he makes it pay VICTORIA i ft rh I Rev C Bray of Cloverport and Rev c Father Moss of Cannelton were guests wc of WednesdayOur Crops are looking quite well in this nii vicinity regardless of the frequent rains Those from El ybefore KI and Mrs Fred Matthews Misses Meg Keenan Man Brown Bur i dette Ernest Keenan GORobert Brqwn Dave Shore and Chats hFrankSunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Hinsey near here Mrs Mary Keenan and children of Ohio urn visiting her parents DIr adV H 1 1rMrl is improving 1 Mr George Beatty and datahter nss Stella and son Roland were In Cloverport Saturday Miss Oda Cartwrlght returned home Thursday from a visit to relatives nqrll Haynosyille lxsy6iteLewisport Harvey Burk of Illinois is TisJtfjif relatives near here t tv t 4 j r t iftf t I I JfJ I 1y a IW BBi r triable Remedy a IAJARRHiCream klr ibtorbed Relief at Once eliinserf soothes I protectstI diseased mem 4resulting from Oatarrh and drives i s RestoresensesM at Druggists or by mail Liquid n Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts Btothers CO Warren Street Now York M he Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1909 I I9I w Announcement ni For Statp Senator Bflro authorized to announce R W Owen ewlsport as a candidate for the nomina for state Senator from tho Tenth Horm il District subject to tho action of th Kicratle party IForCoUnty Court Clerk 6arohUteoTlzcd to announce Roy J Cain ie Hovrloyvlllo district as a candidate forty Court Clerk of Hreckcnrldo county fert to tho action of the Republican party Ifp For County Judge Bare authorized to announce Judle Wm E aa u candidate for Judge of UreckenrldKo uy subject to the action of tho Republl fonventlon to bo hold In Hardlnsburg 5 l r uy AugusfS1 1009 ERSONALAND LOCAL 0iss Minnie Embry Is very sick ill Gardner was in town yesterday adies Home Journal at the NewsI i lass fruit jars quarts ISc dozen at iyera rs Tom Watkins Is the guest of itives las Lillian Sippel spent Sunday ini lisvillc i obin Groves was here from Skill n Sunday tto Fallon has returned fro smosdale ugust magazines arc on sale a NewsoHlce Iss Mamie DeHaven spent Mon in Louisville Itss Garrett of Owensboro Is visit relatives here e joe Morrison was here from Hard burg Saturday rllss Zula Bowlds vlslted friends in jlllman Monday Miss Lula Severs is visiting Jin Bar brsville W Va werepAddison FridayY r and Mrs Chas Berry spent day in Stanley V fI Oscar Blaine has been visiting re JLtives in Stephensport Miss Vlna Patrick of Owensboro as been visiting friends J DBrashear of Louisville has as been at Tar Springs Miss Hazel Holder is visiting Miss R icz Gregory in Louisville See our premium proposition in china are next week at Sawyers Frank Carter of Irvington spent i funday I here with relatives If you want the best flour buy the i B v5spbrt BEST patent flour Mrs H V Duncan is visiting Mrs Avid Duncan in Brandenburg ill am Berry and son Paul Edward gin ve been visiting in Henderson io frs Mattingly and daughter Ag s ta arc visiting at Glendeane L y i5ss Eloise Nolte is visiting herjaunt id 6 A M Tate in South Louisville iifiss Emma Smitch of Louisville IVhe guest of Miss Margaret Carter Infs Kiss Mary Brown of Irvington lehere last week visiting friends t rand Mrs Weaver Tatum and It dren spent Sunday in Henderson iss Christina Neubauer of Owens was here a few days last week r and Mrs Vernon Connor and A dren were in Louisville last week vt Miss Reba Lewis and Miss Daisy 1 can arrived from Glendeane last is eek v Godfrey Ball and Jell Dillon of ardinsburg were here Monday is Iffht S Misses Gaunita and Jesse Carr of tY Sllzabethtown are the guests of Mrs r eith It Jess Owen is spending his vacation r jrith his parents Dr and Mrs J T n 5 wen- i i Mrs Watts of Van Wert Ohio is he guest of her daughter Mrs ut ague rti stops loss of flesh in babiesV children and inadults11and rinsummer as well as winter ar gai1edaFt Tako It la a 1 little cold Mater or mIlkIte Cet3smallbottlenoYAlIDru eku Arch Frizlzell was here front Jan nelton Sunday the guest of Miss Ira Wine Miss Leila Henleyof Pewce Valley Is the guest of Dr and Mrs R L NewsomThe snake in the United States will bo on exhibition at the Hardlns burg Fair Mrs H A Dawley ant daughter Nancy of Louisville are guests of Mrs Ferry Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday Miss Lois Basham of Sklllman spent Saturday and Sunday here with Miss Rachel Jackson Mrs Porter left Monday for Hen derson where she will spend several weeks with relatives- A woman will make a balloon ascen FairoDout miss this feature Morrison Calhoon dentists other downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Miss Mamie Penner has returned toHenderson after spending several days here with relatives Miss Settle Margurlte Mclone of Louisville is here the guest of Mr and Mrs John Ridge Mr and Mrs Jesse Weatherholt of Owcnsboro have returned home after a visit here with relatives Henry Wathen of Charleston Mo who has been visiting Miss Bessie Keys left for homeMonday Mrs Chas P Babbage and son Henry of Louisville are guests of Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Misses Emma Clark aud hula Kin caW of Patesville spent last week here with Miss Lessle Newton S Mrs Owen May has returned to her home In Lexington after a several days visit here with relatives A very handsome blue parasol will be given to some lady in attendance at the daymMr and Mrs Forrest Gilllland and Edisonthave returned home from Ekron Highest diving dog in the world will dive from 50 to 100 feet off a lad ler at exblbitlonlDallI raceplug race boys font race all at the Hardinsburg Fall Aug 31 Sept 1 I Little Miss Marion Behen who has been ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Hovious Behen Is im proving Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAWinileldon the L N road between Evansville and St Louis was at home last Sat urday and Sunday Do not fail to go with the ladies of the Presbyterian church to Hawes vllle and Cannelton Friday night A good time Is assured Mrs Joe Bailey and little son Mert and Mrs May Bailey of Louisville are visiting relatives here and in the country for a few days Mrs Carol R WhittinghiU of Glendeane came home from Bawling Green Saturday She brought with her a first class State certificate Reduced rates on all railroads to the Hardinsburg Fair Aug 31 Sept 1 and 2 See Bills for rates and train sched ule Special trains from nil points Mrs Morgan Fountaine and dau ghter Mrs Wilburn McGuflln with little grandson Jack Winston are visiting Mrs Hannah Hardin at Holt Mr ami Mrs Campbell and child ren of Louisville are at the Tar Springs They brought their nurse and cook with them and are keeping house in one of the cottages Mrs Harry Newsom was in Bowl ing Green last week She was ac companied home by her sister Miss Mary Jarboewho was graduated with a life certificate I from the State NormalMiss Hannah Beard and Roy Moor man of Hardinsburg were guests of Dr and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot last week Miss Beard is one of the most attractive girls of the younger set of the county capital Earnest C Babbage who travels fonPeaslee Gaulbert Co spent Sun day and Monday with his parents Mr and Mrs John D Babbage He will spend a month or so in Louisville before returning to his southern territory Good Show Monday Night A troupe of high class vaudeville per formers on E A Prices New Water Queen Floating Palace gave one of the best shows Monday evening that has been seen on the river this season The i musical number of Herman and Dorris desereve special mention while all tho i other acts were strictly upjiodato and amusing Mr Price has been making this port for quite a number of years and his patrons say his show this year is the bestever l f JEfrat t I i i i i hI J f It f1 IRVINGTON Miss Ada Cunningham qf New York who hall been the guest of relatives at Cheuault for some time cameyesterday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Louis H Jolly Mrs Ira lichen and sisters Misses Eva and Edith Plank of Cloverport were visitors of C L Chamberlain Wednesday Mr and Mrs McKay of Owensboro spent last week here visiting Mrs Btt tie Calhoun Ers L L Legter and baby who have beets visiting relatives at Ellzabethtown for the past two months came Saturday night and is the guest of her sister Mrs G N Ljddan Mrs Forest Van Meter who has been herd for two months with her mother Mrs Allie Claycouib left for Atlanta Georgia Saturday Little Miss Virginia Head has returned from Lodlhurg where she visited rcl aties for a few days McGlothlan Piggott have the latest things in buggies Miss Nona Johnson will arrive today from Bowling Grpen for a stay of a week with Mrs George Lydclan Miss Claire Steel of Dallas Texts arrived last Thursday fora ten days visit with Miss Claire Jolly Mrs Ed Montgomery and little sou after spending two weeks the guests of her sister Mrs C L Chamberlain left for her home in Louisville Sunday Miss Mary Brown spout a few days last week visiting relatives at Clover portMiss Hvelyu Herndon has returned home after a two months visit to her sister and brother Mr and Mrs John Taylor Berry at Naihville Ttnn and relatives Ilopkinsvillo Miss Jjerurton was extensively entertained during her visit M ss Mary Henry left last Wednesday for Brandenburg to visit her sister Mrs Effie Richardson at her home in the countryMiss Maria Kirtley of Louisville re turned home yesterday after a weeks visit to her sister and brother Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirtley threeITexas came home Friday night While gone she visited Mr and Mrs H W Herndon at Enid Oklahoma Misses Nell Dempster and Betsy Moorman after being the guests of Miss Margaret Peyton will return to their lictne at Glendeane today Mr Alex Dent of Louisville was the guest of one of our fair belles last week Mrs R M Jolly has returned from a short visit to relatives at Webster Tho members of the Baptist Sunday School will give their annual outing on Piiday July 30 They expect to leave the church about 8 oclock in hay wagons and go to Dents Bridge about four miles from town and spend the d yAgreat time is anticipated Rev and Mrs J D Norris nfter a pleasant week spent here with Rev and Mrs T W Gayer left for Louis ville Monday- H H Kemper returned Friday from a three weeks trip to Minot North Dakota where he visited Dr and Mrs A lI Hardaway AFTER FOURYEARSOF Cured by Lydia E Pink hamsVegetable Compound Baltimore bidFor four yearsII my life was a misery to mo I sintered irregularities ging sensations extreme nervous ness and that all gone feeling in my stomach I had given up hope of over being well when I began to take Lydia EPlnk VegetableCompound I felt as though new life had been given me and I am recommending it to all my friendsMrs W S noun 1038 Lansdowne St Baltimore Md The most successful remedy in this country for the cure of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound It has stood the test of years and today is moro widely and successfullyused than any other female remedy It has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities porlodio pains backache that bearingdown feeling flatulency indigestion and nervous prostration after all other means had failed If you are suffering from any of those ailments dont give up hope until you have lvenLydiiE pinkhamS Vegetable Compound a trial If you would like special advice write to Mrs Plnkham Lynn Mass for it She has gulden thousands to health free of charge r r P 0cl I fEARm0 TOTALL LOSS Of HAIR Scalp had been Scaly for Some Time After an Attack of Typhoid Fever his Hair Began to Fall Out by the HandfulNow It is THICKER THAN EVER THANKS TO CUTICURA It About two years goIwas troubled with my head being nndrurrbut myMadalways It nevergaV me any trouble such as Itching or smart ing and I nover noticed any falling of the hair IJutshortl after that I had an at tack of typhoid fever and I was out of the hospital possibly two months when J first scalpbelnltdandruff cure to no effect whatever qultofreelyIt was tho offoct of tho fever or some scalp disease I dont know but I had actually lost hope of saving any hair at all I could brush It off my coat by tho handful It got so bad that I didnt need to comb It any moroin fact I was afraid to Mv brother who had used the Cuticura Remedies with satisfaction advised mo to try them After using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and nearly a box of Cuticura Ointment tho change was surprising My scalp fis i now clear and healthy as could bo and my hair thicker than over whereas six months ago I had my mind made up to bo bald in a short time I will kayo a photograph taken later and send you StlPittsburgt Warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Oint mgnt assisted by Cutl cura Resolvent liquid or pills afford instantrellcflnthomostdlstrcssingforms of itching burning scaly crusted hu mors eczemas rashes inflammations ir ritations and chaflngs of infancy and childhood permit rest and sleep and point to a speedy and permanent cure In tho majority of cases when all other remedies fail Cutlcum Soap 25e Ointment SOC rtcsolvcnt- 50c and Cliocolaio Coated fills 25e arc told CorpBoloMrMailed Free Cuticura Book ou Skin Dilute Mrs John Taylor Berry and three boys came up front Nashville Tennessee Thursday to spend the month of August with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Herndon Mrs J M Herndon left last week for Enid Oklahoma to joiu her husband who has been there for two weeks on prospecting tour Miss Margaret Peyton entertained very delightfully Saturday veiling in honor of her visitors Misses Nell Demp ster and Betsy Moorman The affair was much enjoyed by the younger Set Rev T W Gayer is making plans to hold a series of revival meetings in pastorlheEerlces Sunday in August and will be conduct e by Dr S J Cannon who will assist Rev T W Gayer throughout the meeting Dr Cannon is pastor of the 3rd Baptist church in Louuville and is an emine divineLittle Miss McCoy of Union Star isI visiting her sister Mrs Julius SippelI this week Mr W E Wrather of Houston Tex formerly of Irvingtou was married Sat urday morning at 1030 oclock to Mi Alice M Dolling 2333 Arlington Ave Morgan Park Illinois They left at once by boat to spend two weeks i Northern Wisconsin Mr Wrather was once a Breckenridge county boy and is a member of one of the most prominent families Miss Dolling 1 is an unusually charming and hand some girl Mr and Mrs Wrather ex pect to make their relatives here a visit sometime this fail Go to McGlothlan null Piggott to bit your buggy Mrs L B Moremen and son Louis Bennett returned Sunday from Bran denburg where they have been visiting sometimeH and E H Ashcraft spent Sunday at Big Spring with Ben S Clarkson Irvington has had a large crowd of drummers for the past week Business has been rather quiet for sometime as the farmers are all very busy and not ninny are coming in trading at thi time Mr and Mrs Guff Grinnell of Mis sissippi and Mrs SamDent of Louis vine were visitors of Mr and Mrs Henry Head Sunday Mr and Mrs EJ McAfee spent Sun day at Cloverport visiting relatives and friendsIf want the best lour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour tea +w rratlMalvri FOR SALE Store house and dwelling com I bined corner First and HighSts Cloverport buildIngWlll Ky Cistern base change for dwelling house In CloverportII alq11wt- l 1HardinsbUrjr J Fq WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME ilI For The Next Week Ala I IInn wo will give to every purchaser of an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET 0 I C- LDo abso I ute I y free n copy of of the most popular pieces of music of the year Wo have the Sheath Cpr sots long back and hips ILodiumlon i tended hips a high bust l tapering waist i t 1I0 H 4 p a J C NOLTE BRO 0 44- H 4- bCLOVERPORI KY WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME 01 JII AT one o Monday Tuesday and WednesdayStraw g berry Vanilla and Brick Cream 1 Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday Brick Banana Vanilla Cream and Sherbet U D youraI 10JII BOOIII x300II 00 aI+ Wantskk m + 7 h + jANTEnxitntsbeepnndtwonlcoholforsrortheilnsonlc Cloverport Ky i FOR RENT tdFOIL RENTTwo splendid rooms In the I building suitable for a small busi nessOR A furnished room in a resl I Fdonee convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News OmCl tFORSALE HEATEH and cooker combined stove for I News office OR SAkEScholarshlp in Bowling Green University Howling Green Ky Ilreck enrldge News YEn OFF 1 yearling calVPS and black NKssKNOTT Guston Ky Farm For Sale182 acres of land lying In Nulls Valley Hardin Co Ky 4W miles from Ulneyvllli within y of a mile of Itldpo Spring church on thopubll road good dwelling house of seven und all necessary outbuildings twoocisterns and a well In yard and plenty of stock water good peach and apple orchard Address MRS JURY E STIT1I Rlncyvlllo Ky Ronto Xo I- IIENUERSON ROUTE NOTES- y j Atlantic City And Return Aug 5 1909 IU25 Atlantic City and return from Cloverport Limited to return Aug 19 i Henderson County Fair Henderson Ky July 27282930 and 31 275 Cloverrort to Henderson and return acct of the above occasion Good to return July 31 SI155Q Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return July 27 good to return 15 days Including date of sale 100 Cloverport to Hnrdinsburg and return Aug 7 account of Masonic PIc- nic 1500 Cloverport to Niagra Frills and retnrn Aug 2 morning trains bt Aug 3 Aug 13 morning trains Aug 14 Aug 17 and 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 apd 18 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 5 and i7 JJopt 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 Until further notice wo 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due nt Henderson 635 p m I sF p Y S t INSURANCECapt District Manager Columbia Life Insur ance Co writes all kind of life insurance policies Accident and Sick Benefits and Special Mortgage Protection Plan Policy See him at once r YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You j I Eyes Tested FREE I Glasses Guaranteed f Severs Drug CoII t I J BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated n u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones andwe appre ciate your business and in iluenco Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY Furrpw Loses Finger John Furrow lost his first finger of 0the left hand Tuesday It was cut oft by a mowing machine I I d rta DIt Il tllJ Nlilll U1C LI fo t iVeatlierl rd r6r gevorai u OIIAPTEll XIV loap of depth Implomonts fIrm bolus carried from titnUll JIm turned away to theIr loading Performers again rushed by each other on their way to and from the main tent Polly stood In the center of tile lot t j and anxious The mere men j jtionof the pastors name had made If j tojnight hours she had been whip ping herself up to the point of doing It nnd now her courage tailed her She followed Barker as he came from the ring VJV P ilrBarker please I He turned upon her sharply jJWell JJhJ t slt now rt uYwnnt to ask you to let me off ljagain tonight She spoko In n sh- orlfJerkY desperate way he shrieked Not go Into theting with all them people Inside tinyrI r I +rJJ fsneYoure fecttlirwo toriyl UlurJj I Thats tho trouble with you yI You aint been good for nothln since nyouwaft at that parsons house You didnt stay thereand youre no useI here First thing you know youll be t out all round OutSure toFyou 9Iam not a dead one she answer itr ed excitedly Im the best rider youve had since mother died Youv said so yourself That was afore you gotlu with them church cranks You talk about I your mother Why shed bo ashamed t to own you I She wouldnt cried Polly HIM eyes were lashing her face was scar r let The pride of hundreds of years of ancestry was quivering with Indigna Li f tion I can ride as well as I ever f could and Ill do It too Ill do It to morrow Tomorrow echoed Barker What Y do you mean by that it I mean that I euut go Into that R ring tonight slip declared anti I f r Wontrwas desperate now and trading upon n strength beyond her own Ue looked at her with momentary in t decision She was a good rider the best since her mother us he had often antIssue lie felt she would be on her I mettle tomorrow as far as her work was concerned If ho let her alone tonightAll right ho said sullenly You con stay off tonight I got the crowdI In there anyway and I got their money Ill let Eloise do a turn on Barbarian but tomorrow youd better show mo your old act Ill show your she cried Ill show you Wetl see that you do He crossed Into the ring Polly stood whore Barker had left her white and tense Jim came toward hr from the direction of the wagons II He glanced at lieFuneasily Whats vlie been asnyln to you Ho say I ant ride any more HeFlips closed tightly She stared straight ahead of her lIe says I was too good to the people that took me in I und Im no use here uIts not so thundered Jim No Its not she cried Ill show him Jim Ill show him tomorrow I J She turned toward the dressing tent Jim caught her firmly by the wrist Walt Poll You aint ever goln t Into the ring afoolln that way Her iIr eyes met his defiantly Whats the difference Whats the difference She wrenched her wrist quickly from him and ran Into Un dressing tent laughing hysterically An I lining her back to It mum bled Jim as ho turned to give orders to the property men Most of the first half props were loaded and some of the men were 71 asleep under the wagons The lot was clear Suddenly he felt some one ap proaching from the back of the In He turned and found himself riclosure soUturyIlong black cloak The moonlight J slipped through a rift In the clouds I and fell Into a circle around them S What mado you come here was all Jim said OIl heard that Miss Polly didnt ride today I was afraid she might be III Whats that to you She Isnt ill Douglas demanded t anxiously oblivious to tho gniffaess a In tho big fellows voice Shes all right Jim answered shortly ns he shifted uneasily from ate one foot to the other and avoided the pastors burning gaze And shes happy shns content SureIm glad said Douglas dully He tried to think of some way to prolong their talk Ive never heard from her you know 1 I aUs folks dont get much tune to write 1 Jim turned away and began tinkering with one of the wagons 11Douglas bad walked UD and down in J l t dtvft ii Nil k front or the tents again and again fighting against n desire to do tho vety thing that fie was doing but to n purpose and now that be was here I11 seemed Impossible that he should g away so unsatisfied Ho crossed to Jimt and came determinedly to tine point Cant I see her Jim Its agin the rules IIe did not turn There won another pause then Doug las started slowly out of the lot Walt a minute called JIm iu though the words had been wrung from him The pastor came back with n question In his eyes 1I lied to roux i Shes not well then 1 Oh yes shes well enough It nlnt that Its about her being happy She Isnt There way a note of unconscious exultation In his voice No She aint happy here an sbjr was happy with you Then why did she leave me IT dont dot lbe waStgolu to hapIt d iTi IrWo wffil know about It Jim Where Is sho His quick eye searched the lot HIs voice had regained Its old command He felt that be could conquer worlds You cant do no good that way an swered Jim She dont want to see you agrtliif Wily not- I dont know but she told me shed run away If I over even talked to you about her You neednt talk Jim Ill talk for myself Where Is she Shell be comln out soon You can walt around out here with me Ill let you know In time He led the way through a narrow passage between the wagons Jim and Douglas had barely left the lot whcu Deacon Elrcrsons small round head slipped cautiously around the corner of the dressing tent The little deacon glanced exultantly about him Ho was monarch of all he stir TALK YOUH 11111 1mi1 eyed It was very thrilling to stand here on this smelling the sawdust gazing at tine big red wag ons studying the unprotected circus properties and listening to the lighten ing tempo of the hand Did you see him shouted Strong who had followed upon Klvcr sons The little deacon started Strong was certainly a disturbing factor ut times Yes II saw him Well He he dldnt see her What did ho doV Strong was be side himself with Impatience UIIJ Just talked to the big un and went out that way Elvcrson nodded toward the wagons I guess he aint gone far sneered Strong He come over to this lot to see her and he aint goln to give up till he does It You wait here Ill take a look round lie quickly In the direction of the wagons Elverson needed no second Invitation to wait Ho was congratulating him self upon his good fortune when he all but collided with a flying apparition vanishing in the direction of tho main tent Sophisticated eyes would have seen only a rather stout acrobat clad In pink tights but Elvcrson was not t Iw li tttlirIJlr J 1j Often Tho Kidneys Arc Weakened by OyerWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak nnd unhealthy kidneys are re sponsible for much sickness and suffering should Sold sizes therefore if trouble is permitted to continue ecrious re sults arc most likely to follow Your othqr organs may need at tention but kid because they most should lave attention Therefore when your kidneys arc weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your cn tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty beginttaking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and remedy is soon It stands the highest because remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress inir cases If yOU need a medicine you have the best by druggists in fiftycent and onedol lar You may bottlebypan tell1np you kidney your ncyo mod do and first The bladder realized its phtlet II ybladder or OJDingbamtouN SwampRootsomething in place of SwamPRootif- you do you will be disappointed sophisticated and he teetered after the flitting angel even unto the forbidden portals of the big top He was peeping through the curtains which had fallen behind her and was getting his first glimpse of the grant sawdust world beyond when onVbf the clowns dashed from the dressing tent on his way to the ringIThe clown was late He saw the limp coattails of the deacou who was threequarters in the tent Hero was a chance to make n funny entrance He grabbed the unsuspecting little man from the rear The terrified deacon struck out blindly in all directions his black arms and legs moving like a con tlpeds but the clown held him firmly by the back and thrust him headfore most Into the tent Strong returned almost immediately from his unsuccessful search for the pastor lIe looked about the lot for Elverson YOU AUOUT MOTllEli I lIrlJ t l1tLlIM TU OUA1 YOU forbidden ground closely heels went w Hey there Elverson he Balled lustily There was no response Now wares he got to1 grumbled Strong Ho disappeared quickly around the corner of the dressing tent re solved to keep a sharp lookout for DouglasElverson was thrust from the tent soon after spitting sawdust and much discomfited by time laughing perform ers who followed him His knees al most gave way beneath him when Bar ker came out of the ring snapping his long black whip Get out of here you bloke roared Barker and Elverson got No ono hind remembered to tell the groom that Polly was not to ride to night so Bingo was brought out us usual when their turn approached Take him back Tom Polly called from the entrance when she learned ius waiting andbrlng Barba rian Im not going on tonight Eloise Is going to ride in my place This was the second time today that Bingo lad been led away without go Jng Into the ring Something In his big wondering eyes made Polly follow him and apologize He was very proud was Bingo and very conscien tious Ha felt uneasy when ho saw tho other horses going to their work tl l f I I T wiuimic mm Never mind Bingo sho said patting his great arched neck y ell show cm tomorrow Ho rubbed his satiny nose ngalust her check Well mnkc them sit up again Barker says our acts no goodthat Ive let down But Its not your fault Bingo Ive not boon fair to you Ill give you a chance tomorrow You wait Hell cover say it again DIngo never again Polly hnd nothing more to do to night except to get into her street clothes lure wagons would soon be moving nwuy For a moment She glanced at the dark church steeple then she turned to go inside the teat A Jeep familiar voice stopped her Polly I Sho turned quickly She could not answer Douglas camo toward her Ho gazed at her In amazement She drew her capo about her slightly clad figure She seemed older to him more unapproachable with her halt heaped high and sparkling with jewels She found strength at last to open her lips but still no sound came from them She laid the pastor looked at each other strangely1 like spirits newly I met from far apart worlds She too thought her companion changed He was older the circles beneath his eyes were deeper the look In their depths more grave We were such close neighbors to lay Ii rather thought youd call hesTanTuTered Ho was uncertain what he was saying It did not matter UY tlt her When youre fitTTcircus there Isnt b1 callingTltarsl mo to call on you They might have been shep herd and shepherdess on a May day wooing for the halting way In which their words came Youre all right he went on Youre happy Yes very she said Her eyes wore downcast IIudltlnlttellcvcl r Theveffprt In her voice her drawn white ice belled her words How could he get the truth front her Jim suld you might not want to see meShe started Has Jim been talking to you Yes but I didnt let him stop me for you told mo the day you left that youd never change toward me Have you Polly He studied her anxiously Why no of course not sho evasivelyAnd saidII ouli be quite frank ask you something Yes of course She was growing more cud more uneasy She glanced about for ti way of escape Why did you leave me as you did I told you tthen She tried to cross toward the dressing tent lie seized her small wrists and forced her to look at him And 1 am not happy without you and I never never can be The flood gates wore open Ills eyes were aglow He bent toward her eagerly Oh you mustnt she bogged Youve grown so close he cried so close She struggled to be free Ho did not hood her You know you must know what I mean lie drew her toward him and forced her Into his arms Ycuro more precious to mo than all else on this earth For till iirst time he saw the ox tromo pallor on her face lIe felt hpr growing limp and lifeless In his arms A doubt crossed his mind If I nm wrong in thinking you feel as I do If you honestly care for nil this he glanced about at the tents more than I for any life that I can give you I J I Aciwr mind ttlnao shant Interfere Youll be going oi yotir way In an hour Ill say good by and God bless you but If you do care for mo Polly he was pleading nowhit youre not happy here wont you come back to me Wont you PolIyV She dared not moot his eyes tenor yet to scud him away She stood Irreso lute The voice of Poacon Strong an swered for her So youre hero are you Yes Pen eon 5Jtr nfir Im Kerran swerrd the pastor as ho turned to meet the arousing eyes of Ithe tloioon An for you miss continued Strong with an Insolent nod toward Polly ilI might have I known how youd lheap your part of the bargain a To be Continued Get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve when you risk for itThere are a great many imitations but there is just one original This salve is good for anything 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Hardinsburg last Monday business Iiss Dee Bnsham spent a few days- e f last week enroute to her home at llltnan from Bowling Green where B has been in school for some time Mr and Mrs Clint Philpot and child spent Sunday at Robert Nortons r Lodiburg EA fine girl Ethel Sevena arrived at te r home of Mrand Mrs Clyde Stewart ie 14th Both mother and baby are I iipK well Little Miss Mary Beard Kirk is visit ig her grandmother Mrs Z C ndry Mrs Oral Coomes and sister Miss ary Norton spent Sunday at J But hkns at Webster r and Mrs Roscoe Norton and iby of Frymire spent Sunday with eir parents Mr and Mrs J B Nor d The kind friends and neighbors of arltChnppel1came in Saturday and eaned out part of his tobacco Mr happen is still very ill with typhoid jver Henry Cashman and family and Mrs es knott and daughter Miss Edith i nd son Rhoda attended Sunday hoot at Frymire Sunday Sees Mother Grow Young lilt would be haul to overstate the ronderful change in my mother since ie began to use Electric Bitters writes TS W L Uilpatrick of Danforth Me Although past 70 she seems really to e growing young again She sufferd ntold misery from dyspepsia foi 20 ears At last she could neither eat rink nor sleep Doctors gave lier up- nil all remedies failed till Electric Bit irs worked such wonders forher health hey invigorate dll vital organs cure livtr and Kidney troubles induce leap impart strength andappetite nly 50c at Severs Drug Co Trustee Election The election for school trustee in one taU the subdistricts of the county willl bejheld from one to five oclock Satur jypt afternoon August 7 sjt is urged that only the best schoolI bJtiwlll be nominated for these po- aitionsmen who are fixed residents off the various subdistricts and who willI do their duty by the schools Nominating petition blanks have been mailed to each trustee whose terns expires this year He will see that some good man is selected to run and that ten votersof the sub district sign the petition The petition must be filed with the County Superintendent or the County Clerk at least ten days be ifore the election in order to get the inme on the poll book 1 i The Superintendent will send nomi aating blanks to any one who asksfor hem and encloses stamp for postage Elections will ba hold in the fulow ing subdistricts First Division Hnrditisburg Bells Shellmans Horned Second DivisionNew Bethel and Bobbins lutes Run Balltown and Pauls Pisgah Persimmon Flat Hazel Dell Tarfork Third Division Chenault Pryinire Walnut Grove and Argabright Porlar Grove and JaTett Webster Shiloh VesselsFourth Division Bewleyville Capps and High Plains Custor Forest Glade Browns Ammons Dranes Rosetta Fifth DivisionWilson New Salem Hudson and Little Union Hayes Cave Spring McDaniels and Rhodes Burns Brecb Slvth Division McQuady Rockvale Mortons and Jackson Knob Lick Glendearfc Moorman The best pills made are DeWitt s Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills They are small gentle pleasant e tsy to take and act promptly They are sold by all Druggists Success Socially and Financially t The ice cream supper given at the M E church at Chenault Friday evening1 was one of the most pleas ant and profitable affairs that ever occurred at that place The lady members of the church were asssist ed by Mesdames Owen May of Lexington Guy E Burch of Louisville Horace Scott of Gulfport Miss mid Clayton Crosson of Mndisonvllle were untiring in their efforts in making it asuccess The interior of the church was well lighted and very ar tlstically decorated in lilies roses and ferns and the lawn was hung in Japanese lanterns Each of the fol lowing young ladles presided very graciously at her table whiqh was laid with a centerpiece of her handwork and decorated with a tall vase of roses Misses Roberta Brodie Violet Bosley Bess Cunningham Kate Rob erts Verna Bennett Sue and Georgia FrymireMr Martin of Derry Ind brought one of his fine graphophones and treated the crowd to quite a number of vocal and instrumental se lections The evenings amusement was interspersed with the rescita tion Rock of Ages by Miss Laura Bosley delivered in a most charming and impressive manner Prizes were awarded to Mr Ben Frymira and Miss Georgia Frymire who receivec the most votes as the handsomest boy and prettiest girl The members especially appreciate the services of Mr J C Brodie and Mrs Owen May who devoted their entire time to making the arrange ments for the supper Tile large at tendance was very gratifying and I the proceeds of the supper will be used to repair the chu- rchCASTOR IIA For Infants and Children I 80ughtI oultry Secrets Disclosed F secrets in the poultry business as THEREarc In any i the best methods arid newest discoveries seldom reach the amateur poultry raiser M ioand the general public for years after they are origi gated Anew method of absolutely insuring the l nfertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash Value and In dlicorcrct it not to be blamed for keeping It to himself Now for the lint time the secrets of many of the most successful poultryrocn tie made public No confidence has been rlolated every secret has been Obtained in an Honorable WayI Is this cock properly held I 1 outfight purchase 2 b tree permission given the author Michael K yoogoetthowlearryjowlrandscoreBorersmilled four or five months ago It has been necessary to print eight editions taut and hitherto unreveale and many new and valuable secrets have been added to the original book A Few of the More Important Secrets Boycrs new system for Insuring fertility of setting Read What Purchasers Say eggs 3 IncelvedlssmyonruloadIbultrJSecreUWondsinjrenlnusmethod for saving theweak inu aeare worth tliolr wetihtlnI roW Why I pall 3 nor the sprouted oats method You certainty tlvo I K Fetchs System of Inbreeding without the least a fellow orer lilt montys worth loss of vitality ANDREW y0IOIILEYttlcaNY Selecting the laying hens the central thought of the- RecefredoutbookotroultrySecrebltsah socalled llogan 1otter und Ialmer Systems excptlonall lnoluctlo work and worth Ito to The lhilo System n brief outline telling what It Is and any proirftitlre poultryman I would not care to for what It Is valuable taklb astwatfor If I could not net another I I expensive greentaand hoeI FeedingahoulneghooklbatbnhlthedonthluubJect System r and other new rules tamrlibnqmlIcouslderlhlebuokotjeanlhsfor corn grain juo t valuable know by far for tit reneral public Truslows Secret of obtaining high market prices for f L A niCllAKDSON Marine III poultry stock Your look Poultry Secreti received alto The Afigell method admirably adapted to the small the Xebruary and March numbers of the Tarot Hock In village or suburb Journal Eminently latUBed with all litre Grundys method of obtaining bulky food at a cost of oat nWre than nay money worth on any ens S cents a bushel psr of LYANDCRDURaIinerefordTexasloodforproducingeggsT Professor Rices Fat lien Secret eJlplnlnlng why lell1 hens dont lay J AND MANY OTHERS NOT ENUMERATED mUtE i It would be absurd to expect every this Information to be unknown to everyone I we make bitoD no such claim Hut to the great nultr Y men It will be absolutely new and of great value fAllOUT FAIIH JOURNAL I farm Journal has for thirty years mad a specialty of poultry r this department Is ably edited sad more valuable than many specialized poultry papers This Is only one section however of a remarks hi nut nine K Monthly with 00000 subscribers NOT a dreary technical farm parbadly printed on cheap and- 1IU1atretadChin toll of medical and trashy advertisements but a magazine for the homo town t well printed dearqudah and always cheerful Intensely practical I equally at home on a thousand aero farmOr ctBa submban back garden and la a dozen ways UNUKK ANY OTHER riptll 0if VlW s Urcckenrhlle New6 mos J tJ We Cannot sell ioultrr WciTtita t by ttaeltonly In tills Combination- S SEND Oil nutNO YOUft OUDEU TOeTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEW Clovcrport Ky O U u IIi I il- 1lI I r Making Money On the Farm i VII Small Grain- Breeding By G V GREGORY Author of nome Course In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association grain breeding Is second Stanceto corn breeding In hnpor Indeed there Is even more chance for Improvement along this line since so little has been done already The average yield of oats in Iowa In 1008 was only twenty three bushels to the acre while many fields yielded three times that much This is only one Instance out of many that could be given to show the great need for Improved seed With small grain as with corn the work of Improvement must largely bo done for each special locality Each typo of soil and climate affects tint crops In n different way and varieties that yield well in one part of the coun try may fall utterly under different conditions This makes It necessary for each locality to have Its small praln breeder There Is no opening along the Hue of special farming that offers greater opportunities to the am bltlous young farmer than this The work Is a little more particular than corn breeding perhaps but the results are just us sure nnd the profits just as great Even though you may not care to take up sump grain breeding as a business It will pay you to carry It on to n limited extent at least to provide Improved seed for your own use Selection the Basis of Improvement The requirements of the various grains vary with the use to which they are to bo put but the yield Is an Im portant point with nil Selection Is the basis for Improvement In yield as well as In the other points that will be taken up later The first step Is to select the variety that seems to1 be doing best in your locality and use that as the basis of improvement The simplest method of breeding Is to se lect n few of tilt best heads at harvest time to start with A great will be observed at this dlOmonceI I heads of outs for instance will con taut three times as ninny berries as others not n foot away The seed from these large heads following tjke law of Ilko produces Ilkegive lar ger yields The seed from the selected heads Is sown on n plot by Itself the next spring Small grain Is not like corn In that it is normally self fertilizing The flower Is Inside the hull so that the pollen cannot get froth ono to the other Tic only way cross pollination can be accomplished Is by hand Some Improved varieties have been produc ed In this way but the operation Is too delicate mid the results too uncertain for the beginner Being self fertilized the only way small grain can be mixed Is mechanically by mixing the seed It Is not necessary that the breeding plot be a considerable distance away from the other fields as in the case of corn The produce of this breeding plot should be thrashed separately and used for planting a larger field the next year The year after that there will be enough seed for thex entire acreage of small grain This method is simple and easily worked out on any farm The trouble with It is that the inherited differ i pis a- r+ FIG XIII GRAIN IN BREEDING PLOT snces In the yielding ability of different heads Is not fully taken Into ac count The only way to tell which of two equal sized heads will yield tho most is by actual test If the greatest Improvement Is to be made individualI lead tests will have to be resorted to Individual Head Tests These individual head tests arc carried on In much tho same manner as the individual ear tests with corn Tho heads should be carefully selected InI the fall In addition to the slzo ofr heads the stiffness of the straw UP height and freedom from rust and other fungus diseases should be noted The rows In the breeding plot shouldI bo four inches apart and tho kernels dropped the same distance apart In the row Tho atom throughout should be to have the conditions as nearly like those of the field as possible Tho number of rows will depend to n con siderable extent on the time that can bo devoted to the work The larger the number the greater tho probabil ity of producing something good Fifty rows Is a good number to startt with Increasing the Yields In the fall the rows should bo carefully examined Some will be lodged badly Others will have poorly filled ihort heads Still others will bo badly rusted or smutted Discard all and harvest mid weigh tho produce of each good mw separately There willI bo n few that will ho considerably better than the rest From these ot the best heads should be selected to plant next years breeding plot Th- eret should be thrashed together nod used for planting nn Increase bed The seed from the Inrrtiise bed IIs used to plant a bigger Hold and the seed from this for the general fields or for sale By selecting the best heads for each years breeding plot Improvement Is rapid mid marked It takes two or three years after tho improved seed has been produced to obtain It In suffi cient quantities for general use but the results will pay for all the trouble even if you produce seed for your own use only After the superiority of your new strain Is once shown how ever you will be besieged with re quests for seed and can add consider ably to your Income by supplying the demand thus created The trade will continue good for each year you will have something a little better to otter In addition to the selection for yield strong straw and freedom from dis ease there arc a number of other points that should be considered These depend to n considerable extent on the use to which the grain is to be putIn selecting oats the per cent of hull Is bile of tho most important points to look to This varies from 20 to 50 per cent of the entire weight Since oat hulls am of little more value than straw It is evident that the smaller the percentage of hull the more valua ble the ontf will be A mere examina tion will show the difference between a thick and a thin shelled oat To de I tl FIG xiv aooo READ OF BEARDED WHEAT termlne the differences more exactly It Is necessary to weigh a hundre- oats Js or so on a fine balance such n any doctor or druggist possesses the pros out the hulls and weigh the and calculate the per cent The weigh- of oats to the measured bushel ratio- from twentyfive to fifty pounds Th heavy oats are of course the most valuable Nearly all grain elevators have a small device for testing tli weight per bushel Another point to be considered is tile tendency to stool In localities when- the summers are cool and late varie ties can lie grown a tendency to stoolI considerably is desirable since a thick stnnd can be secured wit h less seed Vhere the summers are hot and early varieties must be grown however tit tendency to stool to tiny great exton should be discouraged since sloollu always delays ripening Often n I will be seen partly Inclosing a smalls- oat n These small oats are known a pin oats They lessen the yield ail a strain which contains mazy of them should be discriminated against There are three general types of oats side oats hullcss oats and spreading oats The hillless varieties do not yield enough to bo of Idly great value The side oats in which the berries are all1 on one side of the head are grown In this country to a limited extent only Most of the oats grown are of tin spreading varieties There are varie ties of oats of almost every color white yellow black and green being the most common There is little dif ference in yield that can bo ascribe- to color If they are grown In a com munity In large enough quantities so that they can be shipped In carloadI lots the selling price will not va muchSelecting Wheat and Barley Heads In selecting wheat heads those thatI do not shell too readily should be glen the preference since much wheat IIs lost by shelling during harvest The grains shoud be plump smooth and bright The seed coat should be tough nnd not cracked Where the bran Is brittle and cracks easily it is difficult to separate It from the flour Tb kernels should be hard Hard when t makes better flour owing to the greatt er percentage of gluten and millers will pay more for It Beardless when- Is more easily handled but It does no I yield as well as the bearded varieties In barley the hull adheres to the kernel in thrashing The grains should be bright as the quality of brewin barley depends largely upon the color Tho best barley for brewing purposes is that which contains the most starch This can be determined by cutting through tho grain and noting the percentage of starch to horny parts For feeding purposes a suiailer percentage of starch Is desired IBeardless barley is a little less hardy and yields a little less than the bearded sorts but the convenience of han dUng mqre than makes up for this 1Thero ore two types of barley the two rowed and the six rowed The six I owed varieties have given the hies- iIT satlsfact lorn m this country I 4 muNup11mW It DOWMEII President A I SKiirMA Costlier ff L LioniFoOT VlcoPresldcnt Clue HKIUMAN AsstCoshler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every 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uiH 10 18 Irvington 5 5l 11 tG ga 45 flO 19 Webster flO 57 JS 12 IW 53 110 27 Lodlburg flO 48 ff 34 00e Mystic 110411 fT 04 Ito 37Sample flO 37 f5 22 7 1J 10 44 Stephensport w 10 26 5 14 i I oo 1116 flU 48 Addison 110 21 f5 10 f1lS flO 50 Molt flO 18f5 03 Cam II 06 7 2H 11 00 Cloverport 507 iO 07 4 57 8 1- 5f612 tT 40 Skillman 1 11153 iB UO 0 21 11 25 7 IS 11 18 Mawesville 418 9 44 4 36 71S pit 1627 f255 Petrle fO 38 1739 1 f0 32 IB UU Adalr ffOI 31 f7 31 6 40 8 08 Ill 37 Lewlsport 0 25 f4 17 7 20 f8 14 Wnltman fO 19 fT 10 a jf645 11 6 53 tI 2t 111 46 Alaceo 0 rl f4 04 7 11 Ord f1 UO J f7 UJIB 11 Pates f9 J 7 13 12 15 8 42 12 lU Owensboro 4 00 8 5J 3 45 0 50 1 11- f7 27 IB 55 Haltingly fS 38 fO 37 f7 31 fB 59 Griffith f8 34 f6 H3 7 35 to 02 11237 Stanlyi8 31 13 28 0 30 f140 fg 08 Newman if8 26 f6 25 2 716 fll 14 Reed f8 20 16 10 fl53 IU 20 Beats fS 15 f6 15 55 922 Spottsville 8 13 f311 613 8 7 08 f9 27 Baskett t 8 OS f3 OT 6 08 825 110 U 42 105 Henderson 310 7 55 55i 5 l1 M 1 35 l0 15 1 30 Evansville 245 7 24 2 30 u 740 7 SO ST LOUiS 0 00 834 r 14 M A M y I f Stops on Signal INhere no time shown trains DC NOT STOP tl Trains 14 and 146 c rry free reclining chair cirs between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Loal sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louijville and St Louis H a141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passcn fromE 4No4 Cloverport J HfilH No 144 will stop at stations east of Clovorport to discharge passengers from t weat of Cloverport Hartford Line 2 4 5 3 DallySTATIONS Dally t1 Dally Ex SundayDally Ex Sunday 6 45I p m 11 10 a tii Lv IrvlnJtonuAr 10 00 a m 5 5U p m f G r2 fll 18 Basin Spring f 0 50 f 5 8q 704 11 30 Garfield 035 6 24 7 15 fll 11 Harned f 9 24 f 5 13 0t 717 11 411 Junction 9W 51- UI 7 20 11 46 nardlnsburg 9 15 5 Uli 7 20 11 52 Junction u 9 08 5 n- ot f 133f11 59 n m 00 Klrkuf 9 00 452 f 7 38 t12 04 p m ut1cQundyuf 8 44 4j I 759 12 25 Qlendeane 8 44 4 Hli 8 0103 1J 29u Dempster 00 S 21 t 4 III 815 Falls of Rough 8 15 f 8 3i f12 82 u Rockvale u f 7 54 f 127- f 1 jj 1Lf12 37 Vanzant f 750 f 4 23 f H 40Y fia 40 Askinsuf 7 47 f 4 20 i 8 4r fl245uOaks f 7 40 f 4 13 rrc f 8 48 112 48 Mitchell f 1 30 If 11- Ut H5l Fordsvilleu 7J4 r yi 9 29Iu I 1 32 u u Dundee f 0 5U f 3 30 l f 9 44 I 1 37 Sunnydale f 6 41 f 3 21 f U 38 11 IIuCombs f 0 27 f 8 0- 7t 10 25 p m 2 18 p m HARTFORD 6 00 a m 2 40 p m J Real Estate jirtmiiieDo youwantto buy a farm or businees 1 If you do your may find lust what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of tho following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once r tolling us what you want and where you vant it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Yo recommend the following properties as being productive und fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business II youl want cash for your property send price and description at onceI lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together J This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling m I Iand and sellers of farms or business proprieties JnoDBabbaa to make quick sales ACUR IAHM 5 room cottage halt and 457 porch IIIJoodrOIllrIOOI118tullstock barn WII good skid sleds crib toad moot I house and lion lows and variety of apples pcuebosuml KruptM a good woll and never railing Mprtns for stud water 03 yards oast of IIurdluslmrK In easy Ulstunco to the lllhSchool building when erected For ittJ acres four miles wost of c2 000 Olendutue a mile tram branch railroad alt trosh land 100 acres In cultiva tion oO acres In grass will produce tho besti corn wheat nod tobacco In neighborhood plenty la ttni water woll at door of dwell leg log d wo ling 2 rooms and side room Rood Htable 3 tobieeo barns 3 tenant houses 1iontr of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Irlco fc000 H cash f Sales 6000 A Year- A Mi splendid business stand store I house stock of goods good will etc f Annual sties 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here js a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky I 1352 acres on llurdlnsburg and all OVdU Kails of Slnktug road 2 miles I from Sample Improvements two onostory dwellings thrqo big barnes leg house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres undor cultivation and pasture 222 t Acres in umber white oak black oak beech and sugar troo all Rood size Plenty of good i water tho soar round One third cash and Rood easy terms on balance FOr BALEStore house anel dwelling com corner First and High Streets wholo1011UIexchange for a dwelling huuso In Cloverport Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for S3 per month R1t1750 J55 acres on riardlnsburg and 4 Iulls of Sinking road t from Sample Improvements dwolllnJ und a good bIg barn 80 acres la oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plemy good water year round Terms one third cash balance 1 In easy payments FOR SALEIt farm contalning2ioacrosan under fence A nice cottage ct av- is rooms two cisterns a walled collar with a store room over It two good stock barns one tenant house abut 501 nputa and peach trees also roars quinces and apricots mos all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods 185 acres In grass severgroves of black locust Bufllclont for posts tc wire tho whole farm In It lies near Ekroc on L 11 St L R U price Is 5000 u long and easy payments FOR SALE A splendid stand for a drug l physician In u goodThisby good prosperous Is su the place for some young physician to stop Into a good practice and u good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selUnKtror further partlc chars address JNO U BAnDAGE Clover port Kv ii Say You had better i1- 1l1 SUBSCRIBErttt 1r i 4 1- C mjp kM a II WomansWwld THE DEVILS FRUIT CAKE Mrs Wilson of Nashville Baker Ex traordlnary to the World at Largo Here Is tho story of a woman who finds herself famous without malice aforethought upon het port A career has In fact thrust Itself upon her All she has done has been to develop tin Inborn art Impulse a rather wonderful palate not along the linos of least resistance but of most profit As a con sequence she has kings and noblemen presidents and cabinet ministers met- to uiuntion simple millionaires n i n it her patrons The truly wonderful ihiig is that It all comes not from ambition but from doing womans work in what should bo womans way which Is to say better than ever It was done be foreSo much for the general particu lars Here follow others much more In Wresting Name Elizabeth Lyle Wilson local habitation Nashville Tcnn condition happy wife and mother pro fession cakemaker In extraordinary to the world at large And such cake ns she makes To cat of it Is something betwixt an experience and an epoch Indeed It leaves a haunting memory an aching void which only more of the same cake can flll Small wonder then that no less a person than William Howard Taft Ins cs aOf II S1H3 ISLIZAII1TII lALK WILSON served In n way ns the cakes gross agent Mr Taft while nt Nashville junt before till 4th of March ate of her 1ev IIs fruit cake which Is innocuous to sound digestion despite Its name It captivated him lie took hack vii 119i to Washington a generous sample As a consequence Mr+ Vllson has re calved orders for several cakes to be sent to the White Ilonso nt Christmas tide She has express inHpts sin w Ing that her cakes have been delivered at the courts of Vienna and St Jams also to all the American duchesses Dud not a few other expatriates They have gone safe ns far as Australia and Brazil and oven Into Russia Mrs Wilson never saw the Inside of n cook Ing school All she has done Is through natures free gift When she married back in the nineties homemnklng and homekeeplng were as they still are her delight She had not the least thought of doing more than delight the palates of her family and her friends Froul baking for her friends she drifted Into regular work much against her hus bands will Ho was taking euro of that family Still the venture has not bred family dtssiimlon How cnlllil It wlion sVi Easy Confinement If you have cause to fear the pains of childbirth remember that they arc duo to weakness or disease of the womanly organs and that healthy women do not suffers like weak ones The specific Medicinal vcje table Ingredients of wblck that famous female medicine and WOe manly tonic WINE OF- t CAROOII WOMANS RELIEf b composed will fctdld up tier womanly organs to a healthy state and tho prevent seedless suffer rt writesetBleat Colo sack bearing down pains udidnt know what to doCardul quickly relieved me Some mouths later I fad a floe 12Ib baby was sick only thirty minutes and did aot evea have a doctorAt All Druggists FOR FREE ADVICE IIWRITS and describing symptoms to Ladter Advisory Dope COlChattUloogn II J Do You Get UpJWith a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers Swautp Root the great kidney liver and writingmcntion- reading generous be1canseable health restoring properties Swamp almost everywish over rheumatism pain in the back liver and every part the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and sealditlgpatnln in passingtt or bad effects following use liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times luring the night SwampRoot is not recon mended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested fit private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to fmdout ifyouhave kid ney or bladder trouble When this offer in this paper and send your addressi to in coming kidneys bladder of of Dr Kilmer ic Co nom o e uproa Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ndII dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle thruu lt her wgrk the worker has found not only profit hut happiness and health The inakur of this delicious cake has very pcnerously glvoij time recipe fur the dainty One pound of flour browned and sifted one pound of butter one pound of sugar twelve eggs four pounds of raisins one pound of homemade cit ron one pound of crystallized cherries and plilcapple mixed one pound of almonds cut tine amid soaked overnight In rosewater one pound of pecan meats cut small one glass gripe Jelly half a glass good cordial one glass of good whisky or brandy tablespoonful each of powdered allspice cinnamon and nutmeg and teaspoonful of pow dered cloves Soak all the fruit twelve hours in tho whisky ream together butter nod sugar odd to them egg yolks benton very light then the cordial spices and jolly Put In next two teaspoonfuls of melted chocolate next add tho white of eggs beaten stiff and part of Jiii flour Roll the fruit In lheI rest of the flour and add to the mix ture Put In nuts last of nil If nutsI are left out put In a third more fruit Bake several hours keeping a vessel of water In time oven until almost done When the Wind Blows In an old house with its loose triune work sensitive natures are often iris en half wild L y the rattling of windows on a blustery night It Is a good tiling lit preparation for such emergency to keep In each room four or five splitI Ilothesplns to be used as wedges between the upper and lower sash Stout clothespins eau also be forced Into the latch of a cellar window In such n way that It Is Impossible tc open It from the outside This Is n convenient bit of knowledge when catches so frequently break or the keys of pniUockK get mislaid Secure A Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTEME DIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the hold ers to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Address H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky Ne dleoa Wear of Roads by Autos A county surveyor protests apalnsiI the habit which mummy motorists hurt of doliw till majority of their drivlnr on tin fruwn or ceulerI of Ithe rim This irotluul of driving means tin one portion of tthe road takes nil tlie wear and naturally of course gets worn Into ruts and ridges If tin raffle would spread Itself and inane till that porilon of the road from gutter to the top of the crown take n share of the wear road surfaces would last much longer and would require less frequent repair In these days when roads are made almost fiat there Is no excuse for this habit of clinging to the crown but whore roads art made with a great deal of camber it Is perhaps excusable as driving on u continuous slope Is the reverse or pleasant The State Normal School When generous Kentucky the Western Kentucky State Normal School an education was put within the reach of boys and girls young men and women of Western Kentucky Write concerning free tuition andother Items Address H H Cherry Presi dent Bowling Green Ky His Vio3 Plan I I never Inns any luck Neither do I responded the other citizen Therefore 1 keep out of en terprises requiring gobs of luck to be t success Louisville CourierJournal M 1 u t U PURSE FOR TRAVELING An Old Norwegian Pattern That Will Appeal1 to Those Who Knit This small double purso la intended for the traveler In foreign lands whero gold nnd silver coins must be careful ly guarded nnd kept apart lest the tar nlsbcu gold bo given for copper as Is only too often the case The purse Is DONE IN TWO SHADES OV SILK a development of an old Norwegian pattern of knitting nnd works ou charmingly In any of the pure knitting silks that are used for knitting ties The purses are made In one colo edged with nnotlter Mole gray nni green make n pond combination or any color may be chosen to suit the dress with which the purso Is to bi worn Scared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettlecutI with a knifebruised by slammed door Injured by gun or in any other way the thing needed at once is Bucklens Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Ijs earths supreme healer infallible for Boils Ulcers Fever Sorts Eczema and Piles 25c at Severs Drug Co AN INNOVATION Hereford Sale at the Kentucky State Fair For the first time at the Kentucky State Fair thorn will bo held a public sale of registered Hereford cattle on Thursday Sept 16th 1P09 This sale will be mare up of some of the best cattle owned by Kentucky Hereford breeders and something like fifty head will be offered- If this sale Is a success as is confidently believed It will be in the future public sales of other breeds f cattle will probably be held as well as registered sheep and hogs Any far mer wanting foundation stock of Herefords would do well to be on hand rt this sale as the cattle will be sold Irrespective of price to the highest bidder Dont think that pilos cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Ointment 50 cents at any drug store Sensitive Tobacco Plants In Cuba the best tobacco comes from one strip of land only the slopes of a certain river and oven there a north wind may ruin the crop Tobacco Is the most sensitive plant we know of The smallttst thing affects Its flavor Plant Virginia tobacco In Germany and the result Is a better tobacco but It Is German tobacco not Virginian In north Borneo they produce the most delicate and silky leaves that ever were seen but the tobacco lacks char acter and taste Send Havana seeds to the Philippines and you merely pro duce a superior Manila Cleveland Plain Dealer Washingtons Plague Spots lie in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding ground of ma laria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cUre malaria troubles They are the best alliound tonic and cure for malaria I ever used writes R M James of Louellen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent typhoid Try them 50c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Odd Death Certificates Certificates of death are not docu ments whero one usually weeks for hu nor but there Is frequently to be found In them much of tho unconscious varlet Here for Instance is how the cause of death Is stated in tho caso of a laborer 1IIDied from injuries received through a bull accidentally kneeling on his chest Tho consideration shown for the feelings of the bull Is a fine touch and suggests grave questions on the moral responsibility of tho lower animals Again a man Is stated to have diedl from time effects of Injuries receivedl after being run over by a railway train In motion owing to a misunderstanding between deceased and nn engine driver This description of a rather ordinary railway casualty is ex cellont London Express 1 y i M i ji j r x i h 1of t t u KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS b WITH DrKings New Discovery FOR COUCHSPRIOE Freeii AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACXOR OR MONEY REFUNDED oj Anyone endlnlr a eltolrh and ae CrlptlOf1 may qulctll IUcornln our ophuon treo wbetherlBIt a prohnbly pfit t table Itatontllontlalontl taken tbroUllb Dluun lo roce prclaC note wltbout charllo In tbo I Scientific flmmcam A handsomelY Illustrated weekly Tnrront elf S3 aculatlol1 ot any eclontlao journal JerOlI tiewadwUerjMUNN nrincii OfflciKB F BU WMhlngtonD aya t kisrt5a5s StisieRtskkStRai SsSs7C i FOR SALEcccc t A number of Farms different Sizes and Prices jjThe f Bank of Hardinsburg i Trust Coe JI QPpPpp pPPPpP j STYLISH CO FORTA LEITailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Salts und Trousers in highgrade fabrics Clothes made by modern I methods Fit guaranteed Mod Brute prices Expert tailors em I ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonInd t e1 a qaAloAeU FOR SALE i 1 Detroit Jewel Gas Stove at a Bargain Guaranteed in firstclass condition Cheapest Cleanest and Coolest way ofcooking you ever saw W A ROFF News Office DR IL J BOONE Peimanent DentistDr Owens Office Main StreetYHours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky THE SANATORIUM The handsomest and most beauti ful sanatorium in Louisville Is that of Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street The Sanatorium is quipped with all the modern conveniences and is now opened for patients Dr Hush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recom i doctorsAnyone ll- to treatment should either write or c see Mrs Bush INSURANCECapt J H Rowland j District Manager Columbia Life qjar ance Co writes all kind of life incur nc arilSpecialicy See him at once DR W M CASPEII DENTIST At Oloverport every Wednesday andlTnur r day ut Dr LUhtfoots Office 1 tie DeH riOORMAN Attorney at Law- tlARDINSBURG KY Wlll practice his profession m all ottlwi Qtroad cases and criminal practice Lloe to practice inUnltcd States Dlstilut Uour Office over Dank of Ilard- lnsburgElectric Bitters faiWInsupremeremedy FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROURLE ft is the best medicine everfold over Q druggists counter4V I II a