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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 1 TIlE IEIItEUKFNTRIJJUF IN JfWIji 11ALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT II VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 8 POles NO 12 I= =ww wwwsnnra 1r tlavnr ww ssoartbP ww wt9Yr A I D I N F U L LII lit Novelized From r Eugene Walters Great Play Jt i i That Paid In Full is a story 1 of absorbing interest has been proved by its phenomenal suc y cess in dramatic form For two selrsons there has been no dim mutton in tho drawing power of this vital piece of realism rn its present form it is not less engrossing The features which i made it so powerful as a play are not less potent in the serial F expositionssput E simplest forms of expression There is no waste of material r i no attempt to moralize no break in the continuity Tho three men V who are the central figures in h cnthe story stand out in admirable Iidistinctness from the very first y and the one woman whose splen rs did rectitude illuminates it all t fives from the moment of her- ec appearance Although it is cer co tain to produce frequent thrills the story is neither mulodra inmatic nor sensational Its power orlies in its humanness adg CHAPTER I Ill not give em a raise of 3 ye I NOcents an hour nor of a cent 111 an hour nary a raise understand And I dont wantIs you to come here thinking you can bulldoze me because youll find mighty 9a quick youre mistaken It any mans r thinks he can do that I want to see Ia him riThe words uttered in a wrathful a bellow came through the closed door 4 4tthe presidents room and were by every employee and visitor in the maid ntnco of the LntlnAmerl can Steamship company which occu n pied on entire flour nf n big building t In Bowling iwn Ntw York clly he Some of tinI iMiijilnvocs retailed and n passed the nninrk Hint tin1 hoes Iced n em bad that day Inn the smiles sowere of the sickly iiipr in iis1ve order for the fad that In was In cxernhlt r humor wns jiiiTei ily well known in each and nil having hefii IImpressed upon them very inn filly nt Iniervnls from the minute Hie urnit rums han made his nppenrnnie with tits mivnry y lug punctuality us tlu elmu slrurU H a m Others tMowlnl anti kept ilieli reflections to Ithemselvest e The volees of IHieI oilier parties n e thee conversation were hut nudlliie to e the listeners but that of the president I wlro Its all punetratlti mnr burst h forth again- I I dont give n tin whistle what you or your unions do understand Item strike strike and be dd But it you tell em this from me that any man whos fool enough to throw up p his Job does so for good and all Hell never work again for the LatlnAmerl can Steamship company In this or any other port Ill take care of that Ill e show em who and what I am If they dont know r The door opened and two white faced Intimidated men emerged cape lookingtmmenhardest kind of work They shuffled quickly past the neatly dressed clerks and did not breathe freely until they found themselves In the cross streams t of hurrying passersby on the street C Thdre as they mopped their brows and looked around for a saloon some thing of the arrogant Insolence with which they had demanded audience of the head of the company and which had been speedily cowed out of them by that formidable and choleric per sonage returned to them Meanwhile at the open door of the room In which they had been through the ordeal of their Interview Captain Amos Williams president and general manager of the line glared after his departing visitors and round the of fice There was dead silence and eVe 4 ery employee from the highest to the office boys Impudent and Irrepressible there as everywhere e1fe save when Captain Williams was nigh became deeply engrossed In his work Call up Mr Smith and tell him I Want to see him at once he growled to no one In particular Then he re entered his room and slammed the f doorIn a tow minutes however his bell rang and a boy responded to It with an alacrity not customary In any other once In all New York Tell Mr Brooks to come here was the order he received cQ IIEUGENE WALTERII s The boy hurried out and approached ono of the men behind the brass lat tice screensMr the captain wants you he announced Mr Brooks did not reply but he got down leisurely and with bad grace from his stool and moved with equal deliberation to the presidents room Brooks has Fernandez Co that Pernarabuco firm been heard from yet demanded his employer Check came today was the la conic Feply Full amountContinued on Page Thre- eANNOUNCEMENT Miss Mary Jo Mattingly Will Marry But Does Not Change Her Name October 6th The bands of matrimony between Mary Jo Mattingly and Thomas Augus tus Mattingly will be published next Sunday for the last time The marriage will be solemnized Oct 6th at St An thonys church Long Lick at 030 Rev Father Genet officiating PROGRAM Teachers Association to be Held at McDaniels Saturday Oct 2 at 10 Oclock a m Not only the teachers here programed but all others and all friends of educa tion are cordially invited to attend and participate in the exercises Opening Exercises AddressSupt Trent How to Interest a Class in U S Hls toryD B Allen The Essential Gratifications of a Tea cherL F Carwile Singing In the SchoolAlbert Qsborne The Teaching of ReadingT C Al lenHow to Interest Parents in the School Nora Driskell The Value of a District Library Al bertXuckerSome Experience has Taught Me About TeachingClifton Howard Securing the Cooperation of the Dis Trict Guthrie Tucker The State NormalMisses Belle Jar boo and Hannah Pile The County High School ExSupt Driskell Beautifying the SurroundingsMrs Mary Brown Each subject will be thrown open for discussion after the speaker has con cluded Joe W Trent Supt D B Allen VPrest Greenwall Boy Shot The twelve year old son of Mr Noah Greenwall of Rockport Indi who shot himself while climbing over a fence Is improving r IJ r o a frr By John W Harding Copyright 1908 by G W Dillinfl ham Co nnu HORSE SHOW Next Week In LouisvilleBig Times For KentuckiansEast- ern Exhibitors Expected John Dolanof Lexington is to judge the fivegaited saddle horses at the Louisville Horse Show the week of October 11 according to announcement from the metropolis of the State Mr Dolan is one of the best known owners and breeders of fivegaited saddlers in the State and his selection it is assur ed will be satisfactory to the exhibitors George C Clausen of New York will judge the threegaited saddlers and as he served last year with eminent ability it is expected that he will be able to satisfy this time Among the big Eastern exhibitors who are expected to annend the Louis vlll show are Alfred G Vanderbilt Reginald C Vanderbilt William G Rockefeller C W Watson Paul Sorg and others of equal note I HARDINSBURGWEELKY NEWS Preachers Attend Conference Teachers Attend Association Book Reception Unique and Successful Af fair BEARD COKE WEDDING Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the quest of Mrs E R Murray Saturday and Sunday Mrs Orrin Hardin and family of Clo verport were guests of Mrs A M Kin cheloOxMonday aud Tuesday Mips Louise Moorman was the guest of Miss Hannah Beard Sunday Miss Han jah Beard left for Buena Vista Va ysterday where she reen ters school Supt Trent exSupt Driskell and Miss Judith Walls attended the Teachers Association at Stephensport Saturday Mrs Blanche Read returned from Louisville Saturday where she had spent several days visiting Rev James Willett of Ekron has ac cepted the call of the Baptist church here He will move to Hardinsburg October 6th If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Judge Moorman has beeu out of town several days He spent last week in Louisville aud Frankfort The book reception given Friday eve ning at the home of Mr and Mrs C L Beard for the benefit of the High School Library was a financial social and a book success Nearly fifty Vol umns everyone worthy a place in any school library were contributed sever al dollars wore showered into the con tribution plate and everybody spent a royally pleasant evening George Shcllmau of Uulou Star son of the Hon E H Shelman entered school here Monday Dr Mather left yesterday morning for Henderson to attend the annual session of the Louisville Conference of the M E Church South Rev Cline left last week to attend the conference at Maysville Ho has ser ved the people of his circuit well for several years and n general demand Is made for his return On Wednesday afternoon at four o clock in the presence of the family and a few immediate friends Miss LSallio Beard of Hardinsburg was united in marriage to Mr Milton Coke of Somerset Ky Rev Isaiah Cline performed the cermony at the TresldonceXof the brides father Wm Beard The bride is one of Hardlnsburgs most lovable young ladies Tho groom is well known in this county his former home At I 1 CHURCH WEDDING AT ELIZABETHTOWN Miss Francis Lee Smith and Rtv Scott United in Marriage Bride Popular Woman I GROOM IS AN EXCELLENT MAN Hnrdlnsburg Ky Sept 28 Special The marriage of Miss Francis Campbell Smith third daughter of Mr R A Smith an old resident of this city to the Rev D W Scott Pastor of the Christian Church at Elizabethtown Ky was quietly celebrated at the home of the bride this morning at eight oclock in the presence of the immediate members of the family Rev Dr Arthur Mather Poster of the ITardinsburg Southern Methodist church was the officiating minister and the ceremony was in keeping with the occasion The honeymoon will be spent in Vir ginia afttr which Rev and Mrs Scott will take up their residence in Elizabeth town present he is editor nail publisher of a prosperous paper published at Somerset They left at once for their home in Sotu erdet followed by the kindest wishes of numerous admiring friends Last Year In Naval School Elliott Morrman of Glendeane United States Midshipman was here and at Hardinsburg Sunday He went to Owensboro Sunday night fora brief visit before leaving for Annapolis for his last year in the Naval Academy New Store C J Cox has opened a grocery store Cat New Bethel It will be strictly a cash store or produce In ex change He desires the patronage of the people In that neighborhood He will try to please every one who deals with him and give them the highest market price for produce and the lowest prices on groceries His store will close at 9 oclock p m Saturday night No goods sold on Sunday Rev Currie Leaves Yesterday morning the Rev Currie who for four years has been pastor of the Methodist church here left for Conference to receive his appointment for the coming year POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE MARRY Miss Lena Hensley And W C 1 McElwaine United In Marriage At HardinsburgRev English Officiates WILL LIVE AT AUBURN Miss Lena R Hensley and Mr W C McElwalne of Bowling Green were married at half past eight oclock yesterday morning at the brides home in this city the Rev E omclatlngIThe bride is one of Hardinsburgs most popular girls identified with church and social enterprises of the town She will be widely missed by a wide circle of friends The groom has lived here most of the time for the past two years and is one of the best horsemen in Kentucky The couple will make their home at Auburn Ky where Mr McElwaln will engage in handling stock Mason Sells Farmt G T Mason sold his farm of 140t acres to Horace Lane for 800 Mr Mason will leave about the 1st of January for Texas Samuel Edwards Report Of The Recent Wreck A young man who promises to be either a successful railroad man or a journalist is Samuel Edward Conrad the three year old son of Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad In speaking of the wreck on the Henderson Route last week he said to his grandfather Oglesby Do you know fifteen hun dred hogs run over one man and killed him and the engine run in the creek and drowned It was all news to the Oglesby family notwithstanding the little boys father had been at the scene of the disaster for several days For Magistrate In this issue of the News will be found the announcement of W O Beavin as a candidate for Magistrate of this district Mr Polk Hurt Robert E Polk was slightly injured at his nome last week by a fall He is I able to be on the streets nowI= This is the first Portrait to be publishedof FRANCES LITTLE Mrs Fannie C Macaulay of Louisville Ky author of The Lady of the Decoration now in its twentyfourth edition and of aLittle Sister Snow to be published October 9 = K i c 1 i 1 BLANK POOLING PLEDGES STOREDT- omorrowCanvassers All Stop edLeniency Which Pre vailed Last Year Thing Of The Past GREATER PART OF CROP STORED At the session of the Green River To bacco Growers Association held Satur day the proposition of closing up tight on pooling pledges September 30 was discussed and the agreement already adopted was approved President Berry therefore announces that all blank pledge papers will be nailed up in a burglar proof box on September 30and dumped into the sea The officials of the other associations talk the same wayLast year there was some leniency in the matter of tardy pledge papery and some were allowed to get into the pool after the regular closing day had passed but the officials say this time that there shall be absolutely none of this backtracking They think that every farmer in the Green river district has had sufficient notice that the pledges are to close on September 30 and if he isnt signed up by that date he isnt going to sign up at all This stringent rule has been adopted for the benefit of those who hang out until the associations are guaranteed big sales and then want to avail themselves of the opportunities offered All canvassers were called in Friday and brought fine reports of progress in getting pledges signed There were many calls at the Owensboro headquarters and at the various stores in the county on Saturday for pooling papers too and Saturday was the first day that the pledges were so distribut ed It is the opinion of the tobacco as sociation officials that the greater part ot the crop in the entire district will be pledged by September 30 and the three associations will then be able to get to gether and begin to plan a saleOw ensboro Inquirer TEACHERS Have A Splendid Meeting At- StephensportSuperintendent Trent Pleased With 1 he Large Attendance The first Teachers Association of the term was held at Stephensport Satur day in the Baptist church An excellent program was arranged by Superintendent Trent Almost all of the teachers in the district and sev eral visiting teachers together with a number of the patrons and pupils were present Interesting talks were made by the teachers and the music furnished by the children was enjoyed Prof Tanner Prof McCoy Misses Julia and Maggie Wroe and Miss Eunice Jennings of Cloverportfattend ed Special Service Rev L L Pitckett will deliver an address on State Wide Prohibition at the Methodist church Sunday morning Republican Senatorial Convention The Republican Senatorial Committee met last Saturday and called a convention to be held In each county next Monday to select dele gates to be sent to the District Con vention to be held at Irvington Tuesday Oct 5 to select a candidate for the State Senate Judge Adair of Hancock it is given out will be tho only candidate before the convention and will be nominated without op position Mr Fraize Better Frank Fraize has recovered from a severs attack of illness Fred Fralze is in Cincinnati Glorious Feast Rev and Mrs Currie and children and Mr and Mrs Hilary Hardin were entertained for dinner and supper at the home of Mr Os McGavock Thurs day The meals were served In elegant style and tho Curries said they were never more royally treated In their lives 1 r 4 i i J Yi FI1 y L 7 J r1 H n ii it 1ft sSL f Permanent f DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 n m 1 to 5 JUt Clovcrport Ky J irDR W M CASPERr DENTISTi At Olovorport ovory Wednesday and Thurs S duT nEOr LlBhtfoots Offlco THE SANATORIUM t tp 1fiRiJ The handsomest and most beauti 1 l ful sanatorium in Louisville is that of Dr J on Fourth street r The Sanatorium is equipped with t F all the modern conveniences and is now opened for patients Dr Bush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recom mended by all of Louisvilles doctors III Anyone contemplating an osteopathic treatment should either write or call to see Mrs Bush a iI taAala csa7a iIacRleiIi4c tlekto- i 1 Ii i i naFOR t SALE i Vy 4 Ii 3 Ii sz A number of harms dif x ferent Sizes and PricesiY J c K s Y The Bank of Hardinsburg Ig f tq 31 3KKrrrrrrrrrrrrarrrKrrstrrrst- p Trust Co i p IIYY STYLISH COMFORTABLE f fTailori Made Clothes latest patterns for Suits in highgrade fab I made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erote prices Expert tailors em J I playedII I IJt i tI HUNSCHE CoCaneltonInd n- t CasperMav il + i 1 INSURANCEf Capt J H Rowland t tDistrict Maniger Columbia fife Iusur ance Co writes all kind of life insurance I policies Accident and Sick Benefits and Special Mortgage Protection Plan Pol icy See him at once 5 H DeH flOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Wilt pra tlcu his protesston ti all or the f Courts of llrockutiiiu tJ and udJolnlnK coun t or Spoclfti attention given to collections road cuses uml criminal practice License to practice inUnled Stilus DUtiu Jjutti I r Olllce jver flank ut Hardlnsburz 60 YEARS j I EXPERIENCETRADE MARKSII J a Anrono lending n Bkctch mid whetherD1II anotions oncyfureecurlugpateutePatents ntrlcIrcoiiUdcntlal HANDBOOK on Inteuti tptetal notice without charge tu the I Scientific Hmcrican AhnndsomotrllltiBtrritod weekly Ijireost cir culation or anr cloiUIUo journal arms a M ibyallnewedenlereUNNI Branch Offlco 623 F St Yaehiw ton D CoII yt Missed Womans Ready Wit I Dont always rely upon the ready wIt of a woman said the man who Is sometimes pleased to consider him self nn oracle That ready wit busi ness is sometimes prone to get away j I ort e For example my wife and children had been staying In the country for j several weeks and I was regular with i r my letters as every loving husband should be Finally on the day before my wife was to start for home I concluded my letter to her with these words 1 This will be the last letter I will write to you for a long long timer When I got down to my office the next morning I found 11 tolcgram from my wife wnitlng for me What on earth do you meant read tho din I patchLater a registered letter came from her She had blotted almost every line with tears What It was all about I could not Imagine Then my telephone bell rang and when I answered I heard my wifes voice speaking over tho long distance phone Oh John said she Is that really you I thought you had committed r suicider- iI t CASTORt I Ai For Infants and Children i The Kind You Have Always Bought i LitUseL tho of Our Want Column e alt ooi v- ew Mali fi 7 rhaxoey On the Farm XII Poultry Parasites and Diseases By G V GREGORY Author fUllomo Courso In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association liB most discouraging thing Tabout the poultry business 1 s the great number of parasite- and ailments which affect the flock Unless special precautions are taken the fowls are continually dying from one cause or another and tho profits shrink correspondingly Most of these troubles are easily preventable If a little carp Is taken Ono of the most important considerations Is cleanliness The house should bo cleaned out frequently and sprinkled with quicklime or some disinfectant Lime scattered about the yards also helps The coops and smaller build jigs should be moved from place to place frequently Whitewash should be used liberally everywhere Ono of I tho best kinds of whitewash is according to what Is known madoII ovcrnment formula as follows Slack half n bushel of lime In Ing water Strain and add n peck of salt that tins been dissolved In warm water three pounds of ground rIco boiled to a thin paste onehalf pound powdered Spanish whiting ono pound of glue dissolved In warm water Mix these well and then let the mixture jJ stand for several days heat before I using and apply hot Importance of Pure Water One Important means of keeping fowls healthy and one that is often neglected Is giving them a constant supply of pure water Because fowls do not require water In as largo quan tities as other animals It Is often thought that they can get along with out any except what they get In pud dIes In tho barnyard They will such water If they can get no drinkII but it Is just as bad for their as It would be for yours healthII matter which Is too often and poultry raising for profit becomes I Impossible on that account Water put out In open troughs soon becomes warm and dirty and If there should happen to be a contagious dis ease in the flock It will be rapidly IIhogIII the shady side of the poultry house is one of the best ways of supplying wu ter If tilled once a week or so no further attention Is needed A jug or large bottle of water inverted over a shallow pau In such a manner that I the opening Is Just covered by the I water in the pan makes a good drink I ing fountain The water will ruu I down into the pan as fast as It Is used I There are several types of metal foun I talus on the market which work on t I this same principle Most of them areII cheap and satisfactory A considerable factor In causing disease among fowls Is Improper feeding I I Overfeeding and feeding too much soft food are the causes of n large percentage of the deaths among young chicksti t In older fowls the corn ration that Is so often the sole food is frequently the cause of digestive and other trou bles A variety of foods judiciously I fed will do much to keep the fowls healthyAnother I cause of disease In unhealthy surroundings Low damp poultry I yards where the water stands In pud IIlificI II dry yard cannot be obtained In any I other way grade It up a little and cover I It with grnelII I Many of the diseases to which poultry 1 is subject are due to inherited I weakness Experiments have proved t that and t ortRPrIng11InI tlon two pens of fowls were selected I One had especially strong vitality and i PIG XXV BUEAKFAST IN POULTRY YARD 11 the other was only medium In this re r pect Th progeny of each of these puns was given the same kind of feed and cure and In tho fall the reItults were tabulated It was found that the chickens from the strong v+ tallty pens matured from three tr four weeks earlier and were worth 25 cents apiece more at maturity It Is this lack of selection for vitality that causes BO many of tho fancy varieties to run out Vitality Is the most important single point to be looked to in poultry raising especially In select ing fowls for tho breeding pen If such selection Is made the health and vigor of tho flock will be greatly Im proved and tho losses correspondingly decreasedContagious Diseases Poultry la subject to a few con tagious diseases which often wipe out met 7c ro i1 u II uorOa w art cfttimd by bacteria or gerrav These ace tiny cells which gain entrance to tho body and grow there Death Is riot caused by the germst themselves but by certain poisons which they give ort After germs gain entrance to the body they nro difficult to combat since anything that will kill1 the germ will usually kill the fowl also Germs cannot gain a foothold In n perfectly healthy bird hence ono of the best means of combating contagious diseases is by keeping the flock so healthy that they cannot get a start Another important measure Is the liberal use of disinfectants about the poultry houses and yards Plenty of sunshine In the poultry house will help to keep it clean Selling off the old stock before It becomes feeble isssuccumb to unfavorable conditions One of the most serious of these con tagious diseases Is cholera The common symptoms are great thirst listlessness and yellowish or greenish droppings Heroic measures are needed to stamp out this disease All sick fowls should be killed and burned The yards and houses should be thor oughly sprinkled with some disinfect ant solution A coal tar dip mixture Is good or carbolic acid may bo used nt the rate of one gallon to twenty gallons of water The drinking water should be disinfected by adding ono part of corrosive sublimate to every 2000 parts of water There is no way to cure the fowls after they once get the disease All that can be hoped for Is to save the well ones Probably the most common poultry disease Is roup This Is really a germ disease but the germs cannot well get a foothold except under special conditions These arc found when tho bird catches cold The germs work mostly in the nasal passages causing Ia cheesy secretion that has a very dls Inn via XXVI TKA1 NEST IN OlnitATION agreeable odor Tho head swells the eyes often being swollen entirely shut An affected bird may live for n longtime and sometimes even get well but It Is seldom worth anything The treatment consists in killing the af fected birds nnd removing the cause Exposure to cold and dampness Is urnong the chief causes A dry warm house especially one with a curtain front to provide for plenty of ventila tion without drafts is one of the best preventive measures The curtained roosting apartment also helps to keep the fowls from catching cold In severe weather MitesIparasites These of pests are very different In their habits The lice remain on the bird nIl the time eating the feathers and skin They are not usually present in large enough numbers to do any consider able damage except to sitting hens land small chicks One of the most effective means of combating lice Is the dust bath This is simply a con venient sized box illlcd with line dust Iin which the hens can roll Lice and other insects breathe through tiny holes along the sides of their bodies The dust fills these holes and they die suffocation A little turpentine add IOf to the dust bath makes it more ef fective The dust treatment Is usually all that Is required to keep the lice In check Where they get unusually bad pyre- thrum or tobacco dust blown in among the feathers is effective This plan lakes too long to he used extensively however Lice frequently make their way from the hen to the chicks at hatching time and often causo the death of many of them The best way to prevent this of course Is to see that the teas are free from lice be foro the chickens hatch One of the best remedies is to dust the chicks with Insect powder or paint them around the neck and under the wingsf I with a sulphur and lard mixture Mites are touch worse pests thanrl lice They live In the crevices In the walls and roosts attacking the fowls at night rhey do not eat the skin but bore through It and suck thee blood Mites are so small that they can l hardly be seen with the naked eye but the damage they do Is not measured by their size Half the so called dis ll- eases to which poultry are subject are caused by mites When fowls sicken and die without any apparent cause It Is time to look for mites Painting tho roosts and adjacent walls thoroughly with crude petroleum or kerosene will t destroy many of them Tho same treatment should also be applied to coops and nest boxes The Utter under tho roosts Is often a breeding place for mites It should bo cleaned outnfrequently and hauled away After cleaning out the floor should be thoroughly soaked with a strong solution of some coal tar dip If the poultry house Is fairly tight burning sulphur I In It will effectively destroy all mites t within reach of the fumes Keeping vermin and disease in check requires considerable work and constant vigrII lance but It Is work that will be well repaid In the Improved health of the Hock roJ J l1tt a rllalll for Female Ills You should take for female Ills a medicine rhlcfa acts on the female organs and functions Cardul Is not a mans medicine It Is for women Its pure heal lug curative vegetable Ingredl ents go direct to the womanly organs relieve their paIn and la flammatlon and build up their strength Tongue cannot ten writes Miss Nola Smith of Swcctser tad what VINE OF CARDUWOMANS I has done for me I am on my third bottle and am so much bet ter Before I began to tAke Car dul d could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardul before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladles Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medlclno Co Chattanooga Tena E 40 FILLMORE CHINA Interesting Pieces of Crockery Adde- Recently to White House Collection Interesting pieces of china once owned by President Flllmorc were placed recently in the White House cabinets They were obtained through the efforts of Mrs Abby G Baker who has charge of the White House collection under the direction of Mrs Taft She learned that much of the Fillmore china could bo found In BuT ale the former presidents old home There she found that two sisters Mrs B Terry nod Miss Cornelia Burtis had bought the old Fillmore mansion with almost nil the furniture nnd chi They were delighted to add something to the White House collection and gave an old Staffordshire platter- a willow pattern plate sari other dishesThe present administration is the first for more than half n century tin has not been obliged to buy n now EILL3lnttu CUINA sot of dishes for the White House and the reason why Is simply that congress soon otter Mr Roosevelt became president gave him 22000 to spend on an Immense outfit of china- ware imported from England tip to Abraham Lincolns time the executive mansion was supplied with crockery In a desultory sort of way dishes plates and cups and saucers being purchased whenever more of them were needed But Mrs Lincoln persuaded congress to give her money for a fresh outfit a vory beautiful set ordered from Franco with n blue bt r U r gilt slnrs for the stoles of tho Inlou hurl nn cii Ir and stroll v Ifj t1lP Avonli K riijrlbM TRUTH rivprr I i Take care of your stomach Le Kodol digest all the food you eat fo that is what Kodol does Every tablespoonful of Kodol digests 2M pounds ofE Try it today It is guaranteed to you or your money back Soldi by all druggists A Novel Belt Very new In belts Is a casing of white linen with n conventionalized border worked In colored mercerized cottons the same tone as n heavy ribbon belt Ing which Is run through It The casing Is cut about an InchI wider than time belting and has nn Ir regular vlney edge and different shop ed medallions embroidered on eachI edge with vertical designs runuln through them The edges of the cos Ing salt medallions are worked in narrow buttonhole stitch and then cu out The latter thus make slides whichI come over the belting Tho flowersI re worsted In satin stitch A clover design worked In green IsI effective for wearing with a greenbelt I while with a brown one a con vcntlonallzed motif of chestnuts and1 leaves should bo embroidered and but tonholcd in browns The edges of the oval oblong or square medallion slides are finished In straight buttonhole about a sixteenth of an Inch deep or less Subscribe Right Now t10lrM 11 LOUIS Kyei TIME TABLEiI Corrected to August 1 1909 1l147 I I04SHJ I 141 146 I 142 144 148 Dnlly Dally Dilly Dally STATIONSII1 Dally Dally I 0 H Mf IIA8 ffi Lv Louisville Ar AM 725 feg 13i fo 08 Strawberry f12IIIaIS 2d 909 Medora f6 5- 6 2 f12 20f7 OS f529 1914 Stites 16J fl2 12f1 02 + f32 Kathrynf12 08 Ou 5 OH West Point 6 3 05 0 56 15 38 fO 25 l Howard 9f12 05 fO 64 AII f5 46 1030 Bartles fll 55 f6 46 f5 52 f9 U4 Rock Haven fll 486 41 15 58 fU 40 Long Branch Ill 40 f6 33 007 940 Brandenburg 11 32 U 25 6 10 f956 Ekron fil a3 0 16 UJ 2i flO 03 Quston fll 15 nog IlUI f 10 13 Irvlngton 551 ncc sun fO 45 flO 19 Webster no 67 fs 12 f6 55 flO 27 Lodlburg f1048 34 17 00 Mystic 110 41 f7 04 110 37Sample flO 37 fS 22 14f7ft 18 flO 50 Holt no is fs os gf6g 0 21 11 25 7 48 11 hi Hawcsvillc 4 48 9 44 4 367 48 39fO6 40 SOS 111 37 Lewlsport q 2s f4 17 7 26 I f645 f8 14 Waltman fO 19 f7 I0d 404711f7037 13 12 15 8 42 12 10 Owensboro 400 852 345 tI O I1 M 17 27 f8 55 Alatlingly IS 38 fO 37 f7 35 f0U2 Griffith f8 34 f6 83 630f11fI8U8I 1922 Spottsvlllc 8 11 f3 11 6 13 Onskett 8 08 f3 07 6 08 8 25 1 10 0 42 i 05 Henderson 3 10 755 i 55 5 55 P M 135 1015 1 30 Evansvlllo 245 721 230 740 7 5ST LOUIS 0 04M A1IdI f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOP r7ains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport tu discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line S J 2 4 Dally STATIONS DallyDailyI Sunday Dally Ex Sunday 11 1 aa mIf G 52 fll 18 Basin Spring f 0 50 f 5 39 7 14ill 41Oarfletd 9 35 G 24 7 l j f 9 24 f 513 717 11 43 Junction9 20 5 10 7 20 11 46 Hardinsburg 9 15 0a-t 7 26 11 52 Junction 9 08 5 00 f 52f759 12 25 Glendeano 8 34 M 36 8 03 12 29 Dempster 8 2U f 4 Ini8 3df12 Falls of Rough 8 15 0 f 1 f 27f4 23 I 1I18 48 12 48 Alltchell f 730 f 4 10 8 51 FordsvIHe 7 34 f f 336f21II 10 25 p m 218 p m HARTFORD 6 00 a m 2 40 p m Real Estate Department Do youWant to buy a farm or businees If you do you may find Just what you need in this department If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us atonce for owners 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 We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business aIf you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how wo brink buyer and seller together ofonablinggbuyerssr JI 67T AGUE FARM 5 room cottage ball and porch In good repair Rood 7stall stock oarn two toad side sheds crib toad meat applestalllng spring for stock water 200 yards east- r If Hardlnsburg In easy distance to the lllgh cliool building when erected RO 000Iror lco acres tour miles west of pif 3 miles from brunch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva ilea 50 acres Jn Brass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwellinghousesPlentygood land to clear Price 2000 X cash Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office In connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE KytandIr trolls of Sinking road 3 miles onostorydwalllnRsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture 23 Iacres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the yoar round Ono third cash and good easy terms on balance Jno D BabbageFT- 5ITALE Btoro houso and dwelling com StreetsOloverportlength of building Will aoxchanKo AvenueWeUper gmilesfrom andabeechtimbertimberBeechcan bohauled either by water or rat Limestoneland both fortobaccoyeatroundideasyCOR SALE n andallfiveL5withustorapeachtrees mostulli nlcovinyardclelret1balancoI severalwireEkroconlong and easy payments SiOW or atowfnsurroundedby justtheto step buslaeBIIAnwants to retireIs the particularsport Kv Clover Dont Fail to Read the First Chapters of PAID IN FULL that begin in this paper this week I I tt I I 7 1 i It n V t rr 1- I 1 t lHlIiI i Novelized From t r Walters By Great EugeneII ti1 I JOHN W HARDING t I1 Copyright 1908 by G W Dillinjjhm Co 15stltntttaes 1 j A8s Continued From Page 1 I 39 542Il1es four thousand eight hundred I 10 hd seventyfive allio the door j to his deskI 3T le was In a bnd temper himself and 83 jade no effort to conceal It for a sul 30 en scowl marred his handsome andI 25sually genial face Not only was ratherISistlnguished looking young O 1 1Lose clothes sat well and becomingly 35 pan him albeit they were somewhat U hint from wear and from ironing by expert hands at home And If his collars and tugs also were just a trifle ho worso for wear at leas they were = mmaculately clean i Cheer up admonished ono of his t fellow clerks noticing his ill humor 11 Brooks moods were never taken se riously for with him tits of despond m ency alternated with a contagious cor dlallty and an optimism that knew no m limit Of late however his spells of gloominess bad become wearisomely frequent and usually they were ne = companled by u nervous IIrritability Cheer up he answered with some heat I dont see nay reason fur cheering up and I dont feel like cheering up Did you hear how the J brute received thoso delegates of the Longshoremens union because they 1 asked him to add a little to their star I vatlon pay to help them keep skin and bono together Why shouldnt he raise them Why shouldnt bo raise all of ns Hes reeking with money doesnt know what to do with It yet what does he do but grind us downgrind- and grind and grindgrind us as a grain of wheat Is ground to powder between the millstonesgrInd us with his heel squeezing from us the very sap of brain and life that be may add tf pileI near him had listened to fthis outbreak with amused surprise Well said the man who had ad dressed him before I havent noticed hope the i InfSlalrtaftn tin ntrlkeir you sweutliij hlood 10 nuy extent un I der the grunting process I Jenkins umre ItIt camel retort I ed Brooks For a wisp of hay youd L let yourself be loaded tin the lamI I straw broke your back and then youM I lick the bund thai crushed you Sure said Jenkins enthusiastically t Anybody can load mo up that wants to I And Ill back his liquid capacity to equal that of any camel chimed iu another clerk while every one within i earshot grinned ft Oh you can laugh grumbled ii Brooks but It doesnt alter the truth of what I say Its men like him that j have made our society today what It I Is a soulless heartless oppressive civilization In which Croesuses walk roughshod over the men who are down and thrust them deeper Into the slough with one foot as they climb higher nnd higher to the power that tho possession of Inconceivable wealth j carries with It Twos ever thus sighed Jenkins But there Is yet hope Our Joseph hath received a call to uplift the down trodi How did he get It What Is his record went on Brooks Ignoring the Interruption Why be stnrted out ns a sealer or a south PnclOc trader Which In those days was the same asI being n pirate and you know and I know that his name was a terror toI JMllormcn from San Francisco to Aus I tralla Ho made his first money by bullying and 111 treating other men and t killing them too on occasion Its n 1 1matter of common knowledge And hes eQn buccaneer ever since Didntlip bunko and juqtibag Amy fa er= inlaw put of control of this com piny And wb fb be don ntocft everybody connected with It beating Iat us down to tbo lowest wage a man iIland can exist on that ho may add to his tlOt dirty hoop running this office with I fist boot and rope end as though itji were his lawless ship and we were his IItlI groveling Lascar crew I hope the longshoremen do strike They would bo doing humanity a service if theyd fill him full of buliels1 Theres a lot of truth in what Brooks says assented a youthful cleric in low tones looking around cautiously as he did so ho Well otter nil I dont see that youve pot curb a fierce kick coming observed Jenkins to the disgruntled orator up You dont eh sneered Brooks 111 You think SJO n week is big pny for an accountant and collector whos handled half the money of the line for five years LIT be No I moan that you are at least solid with tthe boss and sure of your job which Is more than anybody else here is and that you stand to become the an officer high up In the company one it of these days Williams Is a friend of his your family Isnt he You yourself have boasted often that bo visits you and your wife Thats Just It The swine takes advantage of his relations with my wifes people to keep me down and rub it in Other people get their sal ary raised but I dont Do you call that a square deal It hardly peers so but perhaps theres n reason He may have some his object that will appear in due course and youll 9up several numbers at one sweep In the meantime condo urd lenklns lowering his yoke I wouldnt let mi like situ IUIVP til oft orrinon If I were vim Ins It tul I itI any JIIIIl and inlsln IIln you n IhlIl t bnrm You dual kn w vh nilirlii invn you and Ithe bins snmclinw I himvv every 1 thl tic thinI goes mi In Ithe uiti I dint rnro nlllrmid ItrniK MII kilt Id just1 as Her tell Him n in fare what I ililnk nf him and tM gum I will one of tliiM dnyi ilir himAll right laughed Jenkins I hopI Ill be around at the time so that I can perform for you the last sad rite of gathering up your scattered re mains Ah heres Jimmy Smith CHAPTER II SMITH superintendent or LatinAmerican Steamship JAMES docks bad arrived In to the presidents sum mons conveyed to him by the tele phone Smith known to his familiars as Jlmsy was a tall gaunt angular man bearing all over him the stump of westerner He wits In fact from Colorailo where be began his active career by engaging in mining Scant success attended his efforts in tthis dl rectlon however nnd after working with the dogged determination that was one of his traits until even hi patience was exhausted be finally eu tered the employ of the steamship company In whose service he had I risen to his present position with headquarters in New York There was something about Smith that caused men and women also for that matter to take to him on sight The unbounded good nature big heart edncss and unselfishness bearing In his blue eyes and In his whimsical smile were written In every line of bis clnn shaven face Another thing tbnt made him remarked by all who cams In contact with him was his absolute Imperturbability In all his thirty seven years of existence he never hUll been known to get a move on not even when a premature blast In amine I had sent the diggers helter skel I ter for safety and carried death nnd suffering to many Smith had walked I Ilnndhe had returned and organized tth work of rescue his placidity causing the others Instinctively to look to him for direction Nor was his speech more hurried than were his movements l He spoke but little and then his words came In a quiet even ills Iiifi drawl Mm be Jut then1 n iiiicklv as most1 men aid a good dm jnlilier than same whose nerves were highly sown and with whom rapidity jf iiitloii wills as necessary as lircnili Ing for be iviis possessed of keen tulle era of nlisemnlon told common sense nn earnestness of purpose that LI bin utterances weight and tin Integrity as unshakable as the rock of Gibral tar As a fitting almost necessary complement of such u nature he was endowed with a sense of humor that added not a little to the attraction IK exercised for those who knew him sufficiently well to be able to appre elate his qualities of heart and mind He took a calm all embracing survey of the office ns be entered looked over to Brooks desk and saluted him with n cordial motion of the hand and Instructed n boy to notify Captain VII Hams of his arrival He was ushered Immediately Into the chiefs presence That worthy who like his superln tendeut was clean shaven was seated at his desk In his shirt sleeves anti the whole room despite the wide open windows was thick from the smoke from an old blackened corncob pipe at which he was pulling vigorously lie was n burly man and the short thick neck the brood shoulders the power ful big Jointed fingers and the mus cles that stood out In bunches on the hairy arms disclosed by his rolled up shirt sleeves denoted that he possessed unusual physical strength An ugly man to get into nn argument with was Williams one who it needed no mind reader to judge would bo capable o following the word with a blow that would crush an ordinary opponent J For years as Brooks had Intimated be b dled the roughest life a loan can lead hammering by sheer brute iringtb a way to wealth by ways In NhkUicrhulel had couotedtor nothinit all and expediency for a goon acat his entrance upon a higher plane civilization had not Imparted much orIoldIme sailing ship mariner although of late years be had striven to conform more closely to tho examples of refinement he witnessed In the only polite society he cared for which was that of the family of his deed friend Stanley Harris who was general man alter of the LatinAmerican line when obtained control of It He had a way of glaring nt n person from under his bushy eyebrows with n scru tiny that seemed to read through and read down him and made him most nt ease osier It He made his decisions promptly au thoritatively after the manner of n man accustomed to command slid to obeyed without question and he never changed them at least In his business and administrative dealings Add to all this n voice like n foghorn effect of which when he raised was as he knew full well to make subordinates quake and to intimi date others who had to do with him and It will be realized that he lived up fully to his reputation of being a hard manFor his quiet unmovable and thor oughly capable dock superintendent he entertained n certain respect He knew from experience that the mnn was not the least bit afraid or even disturbed by his bullying manner and bellowing and that his glare ale ways squarely met had no more effect upon him than It would have upon the bronze statuo of Washington which stasis sentinel on the steps of the sub treasury In Wall street Smith lowered himself slowly and easily tote n big armchair beside the presidents desk Two delegates from the Longshore mens union were here Just now an nounced the rupUIn They sny tbeI freightI lumber are going to strike YansV said Smith interrogatively- Yes What do you know about It Nothing except that they came to me with a demand for higher pay for the men 1 referred them to you Well I didnt leave em any loophole for doubt as to my position In the matterYou turned them down Turned em down Of course What do you think Suppose I handed em a raise on a sliver platter and bowed em out of the door I dont suppose anything about It Im asking for information Them two blatherskites came swaggering and blustering in here and sold every last one of the men would quit tomorrow morning at 11 oclock unless they got 3 cents more an hour The wasnt swaggering when they went out of here I tell you I pretty soon took the starch out of em A faint smile flitted over the superin tendents face but he ventured no re mark 1 told em Williams went on threat wouldnt glee em a cent n century more and to stripe and be dd I ens told em tint tuft man win did so out would never get another job with this company until liy Saul he wont The captains voice had risen to a roar and he brought his list down nn the desk with such force that pens nod pencils trout Hying In all dlrllllHl- nnd Ithe lull splashed from the wells In their solid crystal stand Them labor agitators nlnt got no notion of Ithe Illness of things They aint jot a grasp on economic conditions for n cent They got Ito do something to live without working so every once In awhile they go to tit men as pays PHI to be walking dole rates glees em some glib talk shoal their rights nnd advises em to strike more money Do they look around try to find out whether nn nd evauce Is warranted by the conditions Nary a loop Do any or the men they andnout Not on your life They go ahead like n lot of sheep and strike and starve nnd blame the result on cup italSmith ncililfd If that niTv nut their Ithroat nr d iiilt onunned list iti tain rnm will lens all Ithe irler t renal tin docks Mirow Vin all It necessary knock this silly him IIk IT hut tell them as vinis 1 to wiirk tiiiit full ITU nrrrln0eivlih police headquarters to lime n lufficleut force of bluecoats on band to guard our property and will also noel fy our docks at other ports to be prepared You will fix up accommodations for the strike breakers In the shedsI here until the trouble IH over and make arrangements to bring men from1 the Inland clUes In this mutter yout need spare no expense Understand- I r- JI guess so replied tho superln tcndcnt Then Its up to you Anything else you want to see me aboutNot now You can get In touch with me any time you want me You know about where Im to be found Smith drewI In his long legs raised himself from the chair and took up his hat to go See here Smith said the captain his voice rising gradually to its fear some bellow Its nigh on to twoscor- years since I took my first vessel the Sally Moron out of Frisco as master and owner bound for the south sell islands to trade and Ive commanded c l my own ship every minute since anti held my own against nil sorts of lub bers ns would have done me and door for me if they could And do you bfv any white fleeted gas bag of a crawl lag delegate who comes hero holding i knife to ray throat by threatening n turnout without giving me a thane to meet It if I dont give In to his de mandy on the spot No slrnotby ni- tiaif deed hdltl iNQIJr not In a r rca sir liji Sum Kir like thlar inousutm yviirsi i own lure mum from keel to main peak and If I cant run it my own witty Ill scuttle it nut go down with It Understand And if any mans looking for n tight with me hell find me quick enough and Ill break him no matter who or what be Is Yes sir by Sam sir like thlsl Seizing n thick ruler on the desk be snapped it without apparent effort and as he sat glaring there with his dl sheveled hair his pugnacious massive undcrjaw protruding and his big fists tightly clinched on the broken wood causing the muscles of his arms to bulge like knots on a gnarled tree he presented the embodiment of might and ferocity 1 dont know but what youre right Capn Williams drawled the superln tcndent with his unchangeable equa nimity Anyhow you sure ore en titled to do what you like with your ownDe went out and on his way to the office exit stopped at Brooks desk Well bows Ithings boy he In qulred with nn interest so kindly that one might have thought there was nothing else In the world with which his mind was occupied and never could have suspected that there lay before him for Immediate solution the limb lem of preparing for n great strike that threatened to tie up the business steamy ship lines in the country with ramifi cations extending from Boston nil l around the const of South America to San Francisco Oh so so answered Brooks By the bye Id be awful glad If youd conic up to supper tonight Emma was say Ins only this morning that we hadnt weeknThats sb Ive got to square my self with Emma though It hasnt been my fault altogether Then well expect you to supper 1 cant promise because Ive a deal to do between now and this evening IeonqI So long Jlmsy So long And Smith sauntered out to attend to one of till greatest emergencies be bad ever been called upon to meet In his life To be Continued NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All tfewspapers of any cone sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occurEditor WARM WEATHER DRINKS Cool Beverages to Offer Callers or to Use on the Table During the warm summer weather says Good Housekeeping one likes to have cool drinks ready to offer a caller or to use on the table but the prepara tion takes so much time that the cool drink is not served as often ns It might be it this device for making Iced cocoa were known Boll half a cup of cocoa threequnrtcra of a cup of sugar and ono cup of water to make a rich sirup Put this in a Jar on the ice and It Is ready to serve at a minutes notice by simply taking a large spoonful to each glass of cold milk This amount will last for several servings and the delay of waiting for occoa to cool is avoided Make a pint of strong black coffee and flavor with half a teaspoonful of bitter almond Strain the coffee through a fine muslin cloth nnd then heat it to the boiling point in n double boiler Add the yolks of two eggs well beaten two tablespoonfuls of sugar and two tablespoonfuls of thick cream 1Cooke until It thickens into custard then take from tho fire anti cool When ready to servo pour In n pitcher ofewhipped cream sweetened raid chilled n pint of shaved ice nnd a quart bottle of soda or other mild charged water icy cold Tin coffee cup Is served In tall thin glasses First put in shaved IcO then coffee tho charged water and lastly tho whipped cream Twice as much water is used as coffee Perhapsi she can cook You are prejudiced in her favor trampra pIcco of pie1 last week nnd he has been back for wore three times JPerbaim lie Itf after a hero medal Houston lpsf ii r rE 10 WKLY CflURIERJOORNAL HNRY WAITERS ON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY 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Jailer William Gilbert For Assessor Peyton Claycomb For Corouer Leo Bishop For Representative Dr J II Hart For Surveyor f QI firAn VttA II l t H worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not jjTHE but to be indifferent to them thats the of inhumanity Bernard Shaw y The Hon nDYd2n wos JnIIardinsburg Monday tosco the- finalwindup ol tho ifite primary Mr Owen takes his defeat like a man and says ho will support UW nQBlineQ liair ily He made a fair quiirq figMfj ftnfi did tle best he could Ho is very plouu of the vote y gotinhreckenric1ge especially at his Qld homo precinct Glen LewisIIlJOrtJ to help it Dick Owen like most of men may have some faUlta but he is true to his party and is never found sulking if this dont go his way The News again wishes to emphasize tim fact that the ticket put Iout by the Democrats this year is tho best the party has ever made The men nominated stand very high morally socially and otherwise They are competent to handle tho public business in tho county and I if elected will give satisfaction to the entire people The thing most t desirednow by the people is an economical administration of the busi ness pertaining to the county and this they will have if they will vote for and elect for their County Judge Matthias Miller and V G Babbago for County Attorney Both of these men have had con id erable experience in handling the public business of the county and they know the needs of the people I A complete working organization in every precinct in the county = is the most important thing for tho Democrats in this election This they must have and victory is certain In unity there is strength and let no Democrat who has the success of the party at heart be idle or lukewarm from now until the election in November This has been the vantage ground in all county elections heretofore and the- ni t present race calls for much needed action Let us make it complete p this time and the whole ticket will win f r There are quite a number of Republicans who do not like the I I way that Judge Ahl was put out of the race for County Judge 11 There is no denying the fact that on a square deal he had a majority Jofhis party for him for that nomination But the thing was fixed in j jabout ten days beforo tho convention assembled and Judge Ahl was in put to tho bad The old soldiers who were heart and soul for him for J the nomination do not like the way he was treated a little bit i 1i iTheNews takes pleasure this week in publishing the first chap I ter of Paid in Full a splendid novel Installments will be given C j each week and we urge you to commence reading the story today 0 i w George Harris is spoken of for Magistrate in this district Mr i Harris is well equipped for the place and will make a good con I 1 1sorvativoi oflicor 1 l1 Jim Jarboe of Chenault is not only a good campaigner but a titgood orator His speech nominating Dr J II Hart for Represen tative was a fine one I l Leo Walls has already tackled a hornets nest and is now ready for a yellow jackets nest if there are any Republican votes at the 3ftend of itIDid you know that every man on our ticket was born and reared on a farm And all served their time working in the soil Every Democrat in this county is on tho firing lino and intends to stand there until tho battle closes November 2 1 McDariiels will roll up an oldtime Democratic majority D r Hart and Yes Smith will cleam up the platter The official count in the late Senatorial primary gave Owen 729 Shellman 6G6 and Brown 918 Vic Robertson says everything looks good to him and so does Judge Miller r- n f CARPET AND RUG SALE he Fi hCIth For One Week From October 4th to 9th Inclusive g 1HI WINTER is fast approaching a time when you will be compelled to remain indoors most of theattime so you should make your rooms as bright and cheerful as possible by replacing the old carpet with a new bright and pretty carpet or rug I IIfyou will need one in the near future you should consider these offerings I II 1400 Carpet Rug for Tapestry Brussels Carpet Rug size 9xi2 feet of remnants of carpets with border If made to or IIImade price would bo 1400 II 1500 Brussels Rug for Fine Tapestry Brussels Carpet Rug size 9x12 twenty patterns to select from all now and pretty IIabout floral and oriental designs II 1750II IIfall designs size 1 feet regular rug I II 1IJ 2750 Body Brussels Rug The best body Brussels Rug 5 frame size OxI 12 feet regular 2750 value RUG 2500 II ROYAL WILTON VELVET RUG 11 I I Carpet for Less 1I150cA 1I165c 1117 75c85c III05cIII litrrJ5c III looIIquality III 125 II 298 i I I 1 A Yard For Brussels Carpet including making laying andII lining a splendid carpet for the price regular price A Yard For Fine Quality Brussels Carpet including m kingII laying and lining worth 90C a yard A Yard For the Best Tapestry Brussels Carpet no charge for making laying and lining regular price extraII I A Yard For Velvet Carpel in beautiful patterns including making laying and liningregular110 value I A Yard For Axminister and Wlitoti Velvet Cafpffe in eluding making laying and Oiling regular 135II A Yard For Smiths iaVohier Carpet very fine and I heavy pile soft rich colors regular price 105 n I yard no extra chotOr making laying III I Ida large tineII cf liirttd Ja nose Matting Rugs sixe worth 500 for this offer them at the special Ux12II of 82 18 I SAMPLE Proceeds Of Entertainment 21 Miss Georgia Basham Voted Most Popular Other NewsIMiss Henrietta Ahl of Evansville is j the guest of Mrs H T Dowell Miss Lillian Adkins spent last week LouisvilleMiss has returned to Beech Hill after an extended visit to Miss Ethel Dowell of Buras Mrs May Morton of Cloverport hasI returned home after a visit to Mrs L VarbleEli and family have moved to Stephensport and Mr OBryan and wile will occupy the house vacated by Mr Brown Rev Smith of West View was here Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Abe Bryant are visiting Mrs Will Jolly Mr and Mrs A P Varble of Beech Hill entertained Saturday and Sunday Misses Ethel Dowell of Burns Ida Yates of Vine Grove Henrietta Ahl of and Willie Dowell of BurasG Eskridge was in Louisville last weekMrs G W Eskridge is spending a few days in Louisville Miss Eva Brumfield is able to be out again Robert Lee the infant of Mr and Mrs Raymond Stewart is ill of brain feverThe ice cream supper Saturday night Sept 18th was quite a success pro ceeds to 21 It will beI used in cleaning and beautifying the cemetery Miss Georgia Baaham won the prize cake as the most popular young ladyJJ r 798 12 98 t 2100 B F BEARDPresident M II BEARDCashier PAUL Assistant Cashier Mrs Glasscock of West View and Miss Birdie of the of Mrs L H Wiles Saturday and Sunday Ifjyou want the best flour buy the Lewisport patent flour WEBSTER Grey Devils Win Double leader SaturdayWelcome The Back Miss Foot ofjOwensboro is the guest of Mrs T B Henderson Thurman Drain of Louisville is the guest his mother Bauman Frank Brown ami II C Haddock in Louisville Frank Robbins of Owensboro is friends and relatives Jess Henderson who has been in SeattleiWashington for four years is home now and to remain for some time Richard Bundy of visited Mrs Fannies Orendprf Sunday 2000 1 Wire Rugs for This is tho finest quality 10wiro Brussels Carpet Rug size 9x12 regular 2000 rugs V- Ijbl11 I tI 25 Axminister Rug tor Fine Axminister Curvet Run size 9x12 a 111IF 50U 111 splendid wearing carpet 2500 rug I Ii FOR EXTRA TAPESTRY BRUSSELS newIIIquality i Tapestry Brussels Rug Wilton Velvet Rug for Wilton Velvet and Axminister extra sizo 113x12 regular 3250 rug Fine quality Royal Wilton best wearing rug leDpatIIIBest 1laying andUninI I 1 Quality Floor Cloth yard half and two yards I IIII wide blue and white tile and colored patterns regu I lar y c quality this I Printed Linoleum full line of patterns from which to select regu IIJar 50c and 60c during this salel we willI selll aI square yard for The Celebrated Inlaid Linoleum no use to dwell on itsI regular 135 value this sale a square yard Good Cotton Ingrain good strong colors worth 25c a yard this sale I Super Union Ingrain Carpet half wool filling this I is worth 45c a yard this sale I Best Quality Extra Super Ingrain Carpet all wool filling worth a yard this saleu 0 Best all Extra Super Carpet I worsted chain and filling regular price 80c of Capital anJ divided Profits 1100000 per time no more per cent the best in this Driskell Harned were guests BEST News June were Sunday visiting Mrs Rugs Extra quality merits Carpet Worsted Ingrain cent expects Quality C Crutcher has returned from Pan handle Texas where he has been look ing after real estate interests The Webster Grey Devils won a double header Saturday afternoon First game they defeated the Red Cross team from Darrels Creek to the tune of fourteen to five The second game was with the Striped Sox of Irvington Webster took the honors like taking candy from kids The ington Fans sat very quietly while their boys feasted Goose Eggs Score too rotten to mention Mrs John Lyddan quite a number of friends to dinner Sunday Miss Ora Hendricks spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of her parents Miss Ora has charge of a room in the school and is well pleased with her place- Thurman Drane and Arthur Drano were in Irvington Sunday evening Owen Parks of Clifton Mills is mov ing on farm of HH Norton where he will oversee for Norton The Democrats of this way are more than glad to have the News back in the ranks and we should all show our ap preciation by lending a helping hand 14 50 Y 17 regnlar II SIZE Finest 10wire 13x12 amounting Irvington I 2750 11 S 2950 II111I 1III 1 I I 011 yardanda snlenH I I IExtra INCORPORATED Un J 25c III II 35c11I 1 II 95c III Iii I Ingrain Carpets II fll 70e Surplus Irv Mr 20c IIII35c 1111I 5oc III III hoc III 111I1I I i I Iminister fine Hearth Ax 1 Rug size 27x60 this rug us ually costs 235 t this sale 150II y The Bank Hardinsb gd Tst Company 111 COMPTON 150 50000 DIRECTORS EskridgeG D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloe C V Robertson B F Beard Pays 3 on deposits Three is as much as banks managedbankI r ITEMS of on entertained Cloverport the i MsFallgoodshownext Fall alsoIf theLewisport NOTICE When sending a news item to this of fice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interestEditor Cocaine which dulls the nerves never heavytfeeling disehatgefromother miseries attending the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm breathingisyou try remedy t you can form no idea oft1e directlyto30 cents Mailed byiEly Bros 56 War reartret+ tlcleirYorka to i Remedy Reliable ATARBu I flys Cream Balm Ml quickly absorbed lives Relief at Once I t cleanses soothes teals and protects ho diseased main rane resulting from JfltaiTh and drives way a Cold in the stares head qUickly tho teHAY FEVEB I centsilyDrugLets T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPT 2g 1909 f Announcement K Wo are authorised to announce W 0 flea OloverportMagisterialtlonot tho Kopubllcan primary Oct 2 1900 I PERSONAL I IANDi LOCAL Ice cream supper at Tar Fork Oct 2 jr T F Sawyer was in Louisville last weekJ i D Brashear has returned from Louisville I James Tague has returned from t Lima Ohio I D Stuart Miller is home from UniontownOscar I has returned from ElizabethtownMrs Chris went to Hawes ei vllle Saturday f Miss Elizabeth Babbage has return ed to Louisville David Murray Jr of Evansville was here Sunday Come to C Sippels and see the nice line of school shoes 11 you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr arid Mrs Otto Tague and Beatrice are in Ohio Mrs and Mrs Richard Keach went to Owensboro Saturday Mrs J C Epley has gone to Cal y hoon to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot re 1 1turned froln Sorgho SundayI itMrs Hardin and Miss Florie Hardin Of Holt were here last week Henry E Beavin was in town Saturday and subscribed for the News Miss Bernice Perkins andMiss Lucy Hord are at the Cloverport HotclI Rev and Mrs Lusk have moved from Stonewall Miss to Lineville Fred Ditto and Miss Cornelia Ditto of Louisville are visiting in Chicago I Dr Ray Boone of New HavenJJ spent Sunday with Dr Hilliary Boone Mrs Hudson and daughter Vir ginia of Versailles where here last weekIf you want the best flour buy the Lewisptirt best patent i Casper Gregory spent Sunday in Louisville and attended the ball gameMrs C H Feller of Addison was the guest of Miss Florence Woods SaturdayDr M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday Miss Elsie Ford Gregory has return ed from a months visit to relatives in Princeton Ind If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs Chas Skillman Mrs Young X and Mrs A B Skillman were in Louisville last week When you are looking for good fall and winter shoes call at the Shoe StoreC Sippel Lost Silver bar pin enameled in blue Finder return to News Office and receive reward You can always get your moneys worth when you buy at the shoe store i t Conrad Sippel i Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Leech and babyof Hawesville were here last week the guests of Mrs Forrest Lightfoot- A son arrived at the home of Mr Ben Miller and one also at the home of Mr Selby McCracken Saturday Miss Haynes of Union Star and Miss Sarah Haynes of West Point have been the guests of Mrs Chas Hook Mrs John Kincheloe and non Robert and Mrs Moorman of Hard I in summer can be prevented I j by taking Its as beneficial in summer as in winter If youarp weaki and run down itwill give you Strength and build you up- Take itlnlUU 8oold milk or water Crtanull bottle now AllDniggitU Insburg will visit relatives In St Joseph Mo this fall Rev and Mrs CurrIe Eudailey and Mary were entertained to dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher Saturday evening Miss Florence Fairl igh left Louis ville Monday for Chicago to enter the University She was accompanied by Mr and Mrs Falrlelgh Mrs Thos Bohler and Mrs Wilbur Gregory and Francis Lee Gregory leave tomorrow for St Louis to visit Mr Oscar Holder and Yew l1 Holder You dont have to go away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday Something for nothing The first one will be given away Saturday Sept 18 1909 If you want two dol lars and fifty cents in gold trade with Julian H Brown Mrs Cordrey will receive this week the largest and handsomest line of millinery that has ever come to Clo verport Customers and friends are cordially invited to the exhibition of goodsMrs Cordrey will have a charming millinery store this season In new quarters on Main street and her millinery stock will be larger and better than she has ever been able to handle before The goods were pur chased from the best hat houses In Cincinnati picturesforilies and vour wifes pictures for you and the children both to look on in future years and bring back the child hood days again We take them and take them so well that they catch all youBrabandtsIf you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Earthquake Felt An earthquake was felt here Mon day morning about 4 oclock Miss Sue Newton said she knew itwas com ing but got her dates mixed I HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds Of Cloverport Citizens Can Tell You All About It Home endorsement the public ex pression of Cloverport people should be evidence beyond dispute for every Clo verport reader Surely the experience of friends and neighbors cheerfully given by them will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers residing in faraway places Read the followingPrice Railroad St Clover port Ky say I can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that will live up to representations For four years I suffered from disordered kidneys and the secretions were much too frequent in passage forcing me to rise several times during the night Whenever I caught cold it was sure to settle in my kidneys and greatly aggra vate my trouble My back ached severely and when I stooped I was seized by sharp twinges through my loins The ache in my back at night greatly disturbed my rest and in the morning I rose feeling sore and lame I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and lan guid Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store relieved me in a short time and it required but the con tents of four boxes to complete cure I can state that this cure has proven to be a permanent one and it gives me pleasure to recommend Doans Kidney Pills to others afflicted in a similar manner For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other BEWLEYVILLE Newsy NotesBoys go West and Leave Weeping Girls Behind Woman Preacher Conducting Revival John T Lewis and sons Emmett and Gus of Rineyville were in the neigh borhood last week and purchased six fine Shropshire sheep of Chas H Drury Mrs Lou Coffee Mrs Georgia Sher rell Mrs Mat Wilson and R AJBridge water of Greensburg Ky are visitors at the home of B S Wilson Jesse Henderson andDavidClacbomb of Webster were visitors at Thos H Paynes Saturday and Sunday II WInterbaur of Muldraugh station was in the neighborhood and picked up about one dozen mule colts Mrs Babe Sttother and daughter Miss Zelma of Dig Spring visited C D liardaway last week and were in attendance at the Methodist services Sun day AWfUL RASH ALLOVER BUYS BODY Weeping Eczema Kept Spreading on Little SuffererA Score of Treatments Prove Dismal Failures crateful Father Tells of CURE ACHIEVED BY CUTICURA REMEDIES It gIves mo great my deep gratitude inappreciation of tho Incalculable benefit SoapOintment did my little boy Ho had an awful rash allover his body and tho doctor said it was eczema IIt was terrible and used to water awfully Anyplace the water went ft would form another soro and it would become crusted A score or moro physicians failed utterly and dismally in their efforts to remove tho trouble Then I was told to use thoXJuticura Hemo dies I JRot a cake of Cutlcura Soap a box of uuucura Ointment and a bottlo of Cuticura Resolvent and before wo had used half tho Resolv ent I could see a change in him In about two months ho was entirely well When people see him now they ask What did you get to cure your babytI and all wo can say is It was the Cuti cura Remedies So in us Cutlcura will always have firm and warm friends George F Lambert 139 West Centro St Mahanoy City Pa September 20 and November 4 100- 7MILLIONS OF PEOPLE Rely on Cuticura Remedies Millions of tho worlds best peoplo use Gutlcura Soap and Cuticura Ointment assisted when necessary by Cuticura Resolvent liquid or pills for preserv ing purifying and beautifying tho skin for eczemas irritations and inflamma tions for cleansing tho scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for baby rashes itchinra and chaflngs and many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women as well as for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery Guaranteed absolutely pure RsolvehtSOcJCorpSaleWTUallca Free Cuticura nook on Bkln Diseases Miss Bessie Foote is able to sit up after weeks in bed of typhoid fever Miss Partbena Jordan has been con fined to her bed for several days of ery ilpilas caused by a small cut in the hand Mrs Britton wife of Rev Britton Baptist minister who has been conduct ing a series of meetings here returned to Louisville Monday The meeting will prohably close Tuesday night Joe Miller left mi the 2ist with the boys Eugene Jordan and Ben Stith for Los Angeles Cal When heard front the boys were safe on the way as far as New Orleans About three of the girls have donned the blnck The Indies of the Baptist church have organized themselves into a Foreign Missionary Society An Imaginative Chef Imagination and Initiative are just as valuable to a cook as they are to a poet or n statesman Especially arc they valuable to the chef of a road house No one can foretell what in the world the next diner will fancy ho cannot line without Gascon the new chef at the inn was sitting comfortably down to smoke his afternoon pipe when in rushed Isadoro Isadore tho Imperturbable head valter his hair on end his hands in the air TienslI cried Gascon springing to his feet as he scented disaster What Is it with you my friend The barbarian cried Isadore The barbarian He will eat nothing but one chicken potpie I But it Is well my friend replied Gascon Be seated and calm yourself We will provide monsieur with his desire Run Henri quick An apple pie Off with tho cover out with the apple So Now then softly the chicken saute Pour it slowly 3ol On with the cover Have a care So Isadore my friend volla Mon sieur est aervij Anything to Oblige While crossing the ocean the two sprightly children of very seasick parents were scampering around the deck Tom dear said the mother In a weary voice the children are too near the railing But he was too ill to notice and In sheer desperation his wife nudged him on the arm Speak to them Tom she said faintly With a wan smile ho lifted his head and said Eh how do you doLnd- ies Home Journal Just Suits HimII Friend Why do you encourage these womans suffrage meetings Surely you dont approve of them Husband Approve With all my heart I can come homo as late as 1 like now without finding my wife at homo to ask uestlons ITIlegende Blatter Scheme to Improve Roads Under a new arrangement to systematically improve the roads of AtchI son county Kan each trustee will bo required to have his township of road dragged after every hard rain It Is estimated that a mile of road can be dragged once at a cost of CO cents and that the cost of keeping each mile in good condition during a year will be S Tho new law calls for a special ltaxJeVYto create a road fund + I f WantsANTEDCarpenter m + + 1 TT open In a thriving town for a knowhisnddressFCIt HALFA farm of one hundred an farmlrlcosIMrsStreetIAUINVIIIO Folt WALTe fine reulsllJred liamedltyFOR SALEOnoof the best locations In th country for a incrclmritllo business IIn one of the best neighborhoods right at a good school and church on the host road In etIlve tablished Would exchange for a real dislr ThisIIwrite Breckenridge News Clovurport Ky COR KENT75orH3 acres of line land ad RobertIlottomwheat j wanted good rell iblo wan with rood team lor further particulars apply to Mrs StreetLoulsvile Farm For sal ValloyIInrdlnwithin M of a mile of ItlclRe Spring church on the pub II road Rood dwelling liousonf seven rooms barn and all necessary outbuildings i two cisterns and a well In yard and plenty of stock water Rood prarh and tipple orchard RlneyvllloIy r= YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes TestecflFREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co lY HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Great Davlcss County Fair October 5 6 7 8 and 9 good to re turn October 10 15 round trip at Jwensboro 980 from Cloverport to St Louis and return October 2 to 7 inclusive good to return October 11 on account of 100th anniversary of St Louis 300 Louisville and return Iron Cloverport September 2t and 25 j good to return October 11j also on October 2 H and 0 Good three days after date of tale account of tall meeting of Jockey Club One way Second Class Colonist rates to California nnd the Northwest Sept 15 to Oct 15 100U Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Nay 4 and 18 Juno 1 and 15 July a1 and 20 Aug 3 aud 17 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 19 Until further notice NO US each- Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L andN train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 P m Village Gossip- Is Squiro Whetstone considerate ot dumb animals- I dont know how ho treats em answered RlI Slmllng but ho certainly speaks mighty Lind of cm when IDS engineer In a boss trade Wash ngton Star Keeping Cakes Fresh Cookies put In an earthen jar lined with clean cloth while they are stillI hot and kept covered close will be much more melting and crumbly than If they were allowed to cool in the air Louisville Market Report Louisville Sept 281009Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 1 110 115 CornNo2 white 71 Oats No 2 White new 42 EggsMarket quite case count 18 and 10c candled 21 22c PoultryHens 12 and I3c per lbj roosters 7c young chickens 15 2 17c ducks 14c turkeys 13c HotsTops775 785 pigs550 5 600 roughs 070 Sheep and LambsBest lambs 0- Oyc seconds 43 4tfc fat shee- p3J44 Prohibition And Democracy The Democracy of Kentucky is neither a prohibition nor a liquor party It stands for the indestructible principles which it believes to be essential to freeI government He who would commit it to either doctrine is its worst enemy md a traitor toit To free it from such an alliance on the one side or the other should be the purpose of all good Democrats It should refrain from party erfCrenCe with individual opinion on lInt question as carefully as it docs liberty of consctence in matters of I li1000 Q0 1111 10II0- QfIIQ QMake00 Q Nightsr 0jjjj t1nt1t1- n BLANKETS AND 0 p COMFORTS 0i0 We have them for you 0jj BROQ Q E 00CLOVERPORT KY 0 I1II 00 1111 101 1111 OilII 0 0Da oCANDYy Made Fresh Everyday Jjr u f r Q CONFECTIONER OJ OJ lIllO 1111 10 III t 01 IIQ t =Fall Millinery Opening Y IN OUR NEW STORE Monday September 20th iqog Exhibition of Imported Pattern Hats Fall and Winter Alice B Hickey KytFor SALE 12 horse power Deoring port- o 11 engine and shredder 4 roller engine and shredder in good shape only used about 4 years Must bo sold to dissolve partnership between Mrs D C Heron and Chas Blanford For particulars address Mrs D Ce Heron Irvington Ky R No I religionGov Beckham in Frankfort JournalRight you are Governor This has been the position of the News ever since this question has been pushed to the front in Kentucky A voter can be for the open saloon and be just as good a Democrat as tho voter who who Is op posed to it and vice versa Whatever anYDemocratan enemy to party success if he seeks to inject this question into a party plat BANK 1 OFtt CLOVERPORTIncorporated u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in Huenco Interest paidon Tune Deposits BANK PF CLOVERPORT J ll CLOVEPPORT KY V 1 i anyiDemocrat on this question a matter of either his support or his opposition If he is a good democrat and is fairly nominated by the party he is entitled to the support of all Democrats regard less of their views on the temperance question Tho Democratic party in Kentucky must not be destroyed bal ienating from it either those Democrats who vote dry or vote wet We needall kinds of Democrats to win Bllzabethtown News Y clJ i A Educational Notes Edited by County Superintendent Joel II Pile llardlnsburg Ky 1 Some Salaries In response to n request the following salaries of various Ken tucky oflicials and employe are given that teachers in their classei may teach the legal income of those whoso services are given to the state Governor 0500 His Private Secretary 2000 Lieutenant Governor 10 per day during the Legislation see sion Secretary of State 3000 His Assistant 1800 Adjutant General 2000 Assistant Adjutant General 1 200The Essenal Keeper 800 Auditor of State 3600 Assistant Auditor 2000 Clerk hire for Auditors office 20000State Treasurer 3600 Assistant State Treasurer S1 500Clerk 1200- Attorney General 4000 State Superintendent 2500 Three Clerks 3350 Commissioner of Agriculturee 2500 Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture 1200 Labor Inspector 1200 Secretary State Board Agricul ture 1500- Stenogragher Agriculture 1 200 Insurance Commissioner 3000 Deputy Commissioner 2000 Clerk 1500 Actuary 1500 Fire Marshal 2400 Three Railroad Commissioners each 3000- Secretary of Commission 1 200 Kate Clerk 1800 Stenographer 1200 State Board of Equalization seveu members mileage and 15 per day Three Prison Commissioners each 2000 Threo State Board of Election Commissioners 5 per day limit ed to 100 each per year 7 Justices of Court of Appeals each 5000 Clerk of Court of Appeals 4000Other Clerk lino for Court 6 000 State Librarian 1200 Assistant Librarian 900 State Custodia 1200 Printing Commissioner 1500 Three members State Board of Control each receiving 2500 000 Books For High School The County Beard of Education selected for use in the first two years of the High Schoolcourse these excellent texts Algebra Memos Standard Composition and Rhetoric Lock wood and Emerson Geometry Wentworth Roman History Moolys Grecian History Moolys Latin Pearsons Beginners Latin Grammar Hivrkness Ceasor Harkness Forbes Physical Geo graphy Dryers English History Montgomery 000 Web Williamson has returned from Louisville to his home at Vanzant Ho expects to go to teaching againono The Teachers and Pupils Cly clopaedia a five volume work has been placed in the public school library of the Hardinsburg school Other volums will bo added Be ginning with this splendid refer ence work a good start is made jtovfard a model school library Judge Adair a Candidate It is understood tha the State Sena tqrjftl Republican Committee of this the 10th Senatorial District will be cat 1 J AFTER SUFFERING TEN YEARS Cured by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound MAnLTON NJIfeel that LydinE Pinkhams vecetablo Compound has given mo new life I suffered for ten years with serious female troubles in lamination ulceration indigestion nervousness ana could not sleep Doctors gave ino up as they said my troubles wero chronic I was in despair anddid not care whetberl lived or died when I read about Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound sol began to take it and am well again and relieved of all my suffering Mrs GEORGE JORDY Box 10 Marlton NJ Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harmful drugs and today holds the record for tho largest number of actual cures of female diseases wo know of and thousandsof voluntary testimonialsaro on file in the Pinkliam laboratory at Lynn Mass from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation ul cerationdisplacementsflbroidtumors irregularities periodiopains backache I prostrationEveryself to give Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound trial If you would like special advice about your case write a conlldcu tial letter to Mrs Piiilcliani at Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful lei together in a few days when a nominating convention will be called for an early date We learn that John S Adair former county Judge of this coun tv and at present and at present cashier of the Stepheqsport bank will be the only name to go before the convention and it is said he will receive the nomi I nation beyond n doubt and will make tho race against Gus Brown of Hardins burg the Democratic nomineeHawes ville Clarion Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Doans Regulets Afk your druggist for them 25 cents a box LIST OF OFFICERS Appointed in Each Precinct for November 2 1909 HARDINSBURG PRECINCT No i C M Miller Judge C M fleston Judge J E Monarch Clerk Pete Sheeran Sheriff- HARDINSBURG PRECINCT No2 Marshal Norton Judge Robert Wentherford Judge C L Bruington Clerk k B Richardson Sheriff- HARDINSBURG PRECINCT No3- D S Miller Judge I C Robbins Judge Hubert DeJarnette Clerk Davis Dowell Sherif- fIARDINSBURG PRECINCT No 4 Frank Lyons Judge Chas Oelze Judge Wm Ahl Clerk Torn Miller Sheriff- CLOVERPORT PRECINCT No 1 Hen Solbrig Judge Jack Haltingly Judge rank Greenwood Clerk Li V Chapin Sheriff- CLOVERPORT PRECINCT No2 John Jennings Judge Wm Allen Judge Robert Polk Clerk Tr S Warfiet Sheriff- CLOVERPORT PRECINCT No 3- Chas Hall Judge L A Oelze Judge T C Touaey Clerk J E Black SheriffBALL TOWN AU Hawkins Judge J J Keenan Judge B F Frank Clerk Jr N Chancellor Sheriff- STEPHENSPORT Joe Steward Judge L L Mitchell Judge tfm Blain Clerk R A Shellman Sheriff UNION TARA B Cart Judge Sam Basset Judge Lou Hall Clerk Horace McCoy Sheriff MOOLEYVILLE Jr F Jarboe Judge L B Cunningham Judge Jas Brody Clerk brace Manning Sheriff WEBSTER AI M Hardin Judge Jarman Parks Judge Hoi Drains Clerk J C StClair SheriffIRVINGTON L E Henderson Judge Mat Payne Judge E L Bennett Clerk W J Piggott Snerlff BEWLEYVILLE S P Drury Judge Chas Blandford judge- D C Heron Clerk P W Foote SheriffBIG C C Martin Judge W J Miller Judge N B Board Clerk W T Norris SheriffCUSTER Forest Alexander Judge Jas Hayres Judge Dud Gilpin Clerk Pres Davis SheriffHUDSON Rufus Gregory Judge W S Tuttle Judge Dick Garner Clerc Dave Pullen SheriffMOOK Milton Draiue Judge judgeVirgil Homer Pile SheriffMcDANIELS Jas Spencer Jr Judge Henry Cannon Judge Guy Hart Clerk Pal Garner SheriffGLENDEANE E L Robertson Judge Robt Crider Judge Owen Hunter Clerk E A Moore Sheriff KOCKVALE Henry Hull Judee Glen Moorman Judge Walter Baxter Clerk D N Howard Sheriff Whitworth Commissonerstaylor CHItdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA GOOD ROADS AND ECONOMY Impassable Highways Cost American Farmers Untold Millions There Is no difference among well Informed people as to the cost of bad roads nor is there any longer a ques tion as to where the burden of the cost Is most severely felt There are hauled over the country roads of the United States every year UC5000000 tons of produce equal to 30 per cent of the railway tonnage of the coun try The average haul from farm to railway is 04 miles and the cost per Ion per mile Iis between 23 and 25 cents In Germany over better roads the cost Is 10 cents per ton per mile at the maximum and 7 cents per ton per mile at the minimum The loss suffered by the American farmer and consumer figured on the basis of the German wagon road toll is immense If it were saved from year to year It would soon constitute a fund sufficient to improve all of the common highways of the country- L W Page who has collected n great deal of valuable information on this subject and who talks about road Improvement Intelligently and reason ably Is not among those who clamor for the federalization of the highways On the contrary he deplores the all too prevalent Idea that nothing can be done In this country until the fed era government puts its hand to the wheel or Its hand into Its pocket The states In his opinion should take the Initiative or at least prove their sincerity by setting an example for the national government NEEDLESS WEARING OF ROADS If Automobile Traffic Would Spread Highways Would Last Longer A country surveyor protests against the habit which many motorists have of doing the majority of their driving on the crown or center of the road This method of driving means that one portion of the road takes all the wear and naturally of course gets torn into ruts and ridges- If the traffic would spread itself and make all that portion of the road from gutter to the top of the crown take a share of the wear road surfaces would last much longer and would require Iless frequent repair In these days irhen roads are mndo almost tint there is no excuse for this habit of clinging to the crown but where roads are made with u great deal of camber It Is perhaps excusable as driving on n continuous slope Is the reverse of pleasant Let Good Roads Come Quickly It Is planned by the good roads association of Spokane county Wash with the cooperation of the state good roads association county and township trganlzatlous and property owners along the route to build a modern highway bordered with a continuous line of sbnde trees between Spokane and Coeur dAlunp Such n road would be of direct benefIt to thousands of people urban and rural residents alike and would ulso be n valuable object lesson for the people of the surround- Ing country who as time passes are becoming more deeply Interested in tho vital subject of good and permn nent highways It Is hoped the pro posed road will materialize and prove the wisdom of its constructldn in such a way as tt cause the idea to spread r f RETURNED THE PBB A Trophy That Did Not Remain Long In Captivity THE MISSING COAT OF ARMS It Belonged to the American Consulat In Honolulu and Was Carried Off by a Party of English MiddiesThe Res titutlon and Apology Speaking of old times on the coast said HU Oregonian rewinds nu or some of the sterling characters wi had here One was Governor Alt Bride of Oregon His first official du ties were lit Honolulu where ho win United States minister King Kami kamcha was the ruler at the time Tin minister was a heroic type of a mUll the father of fourteen children and iII number of his sons became dlstln gulshcd men In various professions He was a true American cast In Im ultra patriotic mold and many stork are told among the oldtlmers of hlI patriotism and bravery When McBrldc reached Honoluh be found there were no outward In slgula designating the American con sulatc or ministers office so he had Il large American coat of arms cut out of wood glided and decorated appro priately and this was hung over the office door that all the world might SN- It It was naturally a conspicuous object and of much interest to the pub lie One day an English manofwat camo into port The sailors and mid shipmen were given liberty and as often happens some of them had hi lorlous times Among the then midshipmen were Lord Gordon and Lord Beresford who like all midshipmen iu from a long cruise were out for a Jolly time Walking down the street they did not fail to notice that Yankee coat of arms and as Beresford was collecting brie n brac and curiosities it occurred to him and Gordon that this would be a fine addition to their collection a trophy worth having So they selected a time when the minister was away and the office closed presumably at night and took down the coat of arms hired a native vehi cle to carry It down to the dock and actually succeeded In getting it aboard without any of the ranking officers knowing anything about It The nest morning when the minis ter came down to tfce office his assist ant saId Mr Minister your birds taken flightWhat do you mean asked his excellency Your coat of arms Is gone replied the aid Gone where Flown off Not exactly said the other Its Just disappeared The minister walked out Into the street and looked up The coat of arms which was five or six feet across was noticeable by Its absence It hud taken wings and flown away Exactly wbttt the minister said has not been chronicled- It so happened that Beresford hud given the carriage driver an extra fare for his trouble Some one discovered this and quickly reported it to the mla ister who nt once made a demand upon the captain of the frigate for Its return The captain who was Innocent denied that the thing was aboard ship The minister sent his evidence lo the captain reiterating his demand Lad demanding an apology for the in suIt The captain now began an investi ration and the culprits owned up and took the coat of arms on deck when It was promptly sent ashore and returned to the office of the minister McBridE who was there refused to eceive It Tell the captain of your frigate hat 1 desire that the men who took it town bring it back place It where hey found It and apologize Back to the ship went the men with the coat of arms and reported The captain ordered the young men to- go ashore take the coat of arms to the consulate replace It as they found it and apologize to the minister It was doubtless a bitter pill and the young midshipmen had to stand the badinage of their comrades The two went ashore ready to comply ind took the coat of arms to the consulate The American minister had Dot put himself out to keep the mater quiet and as a fact the public was well posted and the consulate way surrounded by a crowd of Americans natives and others all laughing at the predicament of the young midship men The minister had a strong sense of minor and determined to get all there was in it He preserved his dignity a best he could as he received the youn men and listened to their apologies The midshipmen then took the coat o arms from the hack and amid tho cheers of the crowd climbed to the rout of the building and placed it In position then hurried down followed by laughter and cheersO P Holder In New York Evening Post Delight of Varied Labor None but the fully occupied can up rcclatc the delight of suspended or father of varied labor It Is toll that creates holidays There is no royal roadyes that is the royal road to them Life cannot be made up of ecrentlons They must be garden spots Ini well farmed lands Mrs Gilbert Ann Taylor toIanurellus 8 W H BOWUBR President A B SKULMAN Cashier l F L LIQHTFOOT VlcoPresldent OHAS SKILLMAN AsstOashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINPJDGI3 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment IdepositsIl NlNN RtitttilftrM lfaNtbtlMNffrf- a1eNr eisv M =FOOD LAWS=Have novor affected our drinks in any ways They wore pure before wo had Pure Food Laws Call for drinks made by us and you will get the best and purest For sale by all dealers tjjCarr Bottling and Manfg Works 1 HAWESVILLE KENTUCKY L e wdlrnv srV Ar r Ilr r1AeA THE m Fifth Avenue y HOTEL Louisville Ky yjPIKE CAMPBELL Mnjfr tI The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making airLur0rate- Only one block from the princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and cleanm ryr r r3Taa 9r RURAL TELEPHONES j n t X Mr Farmer are you interested 3 If so call on thetjj manager ofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph k Company and have him explain tho special Far Jj- fx mors Line rate P- iik CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Inco- rporatedLmndLmndiThe h 9i1eriS rB 11IJ liQW itself and the best earth to invest in is tho I Panhandle of TexasIIYou can buy good rich level land which will proIduce large crops of Wheat Oats Rye I Corn Millet and Sorghum for from AlfnfnIr 15 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms a IIThisI vestment Private cars front Kansas City free sleepers InIautomobiles to see the land and if you purchase ICOacresor I YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED II Low round trip rates every 1st and 3rd TnesdnTs Others are getting large returns from every investment made in these laud Why not you write for full information to AgentitJlWlJ 1J n I Save 75BY J PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is Jioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Boos and stationery are included No time limit Ifnot ready now buy one for future use t PRINCIPAL ldDi n- Jc BUSINESS COLLEGE1 IVOXrow- ranScondnd Walnut atrte LOUISVILLE KY j iPS Of ah Export In Con Itfjwt struoting It J SEEDS LITTLE MACHINERY Only Tools Necessary Are a Scraper Wheelers Carts and Road Plow ThingShouldIBe Clear of Soil The father of the sandclay road In America Is the present county super visor of highland county S Coo and ho lifts n reputation for building lasting roadways tbat Is almost national By hIs example nil the counties of South Carolina hare been enabled to under take the building of good roads This man Is S tI Owens nud he recently completed one long stretch of thirty foot wide sund clay speedway over which I have ridden In a heavy motor ctir at a speed exceeding fifty miles per hour with scarcely n Jar of the machine Indeed with more satlsfac don than over many of the very best roads In England and In France over which I have motored Convicts are worked In gangs of tJfntYl1ve and they are housed In comfortable tents The food bill Is 12Hi cents per day per man This gives a substantial bill of fare corn bread flour bread bacon always vegetables In season and beef twice a week This in accomplished by strict economy In management and the men do not suf fer for lack of sulllclcnt food Tho striped suits cost 2 per suit and each suit lasts from three to four months The shoes cost 150 per pair and tho underwear 7C cents per suit each lasting about three months Each squad of twentyfive convicts has one over seer tour guards and ten head of mules which are usually One animals The real cost is In the feeding of tho mH on MAKING A SAKDGIiA ROAD From Good Roads Magazine New 7orkj mules this amounting to about 10 Per month per mule The squad oper ates one road scraper costing 250 tine dump wagon to each pair of mules five wheelers two wheel scrapers and a supply of shovels No roller or harrow is used such imple ment having been found unnecessary The mixing of the sand and the clay Is accomplished by the passage of traf fic over the surface The total cost of construction of one mile of the best thirty foot wide sandclay road taking all the above items Into considera tion Is not over 400 per mile as an Average The cost of maintenance does not average over 10 per mile annually If the repair work Is done constantly If the season is a rainy one the repair work should be done once a month A floating sang of two or three men all that Is necessary is maintained for this purpose With the two or three men four or flve miles a day can bo put In perfect condition Inn personal letter to the writer Mr Owens presents the following facts regarding his methods of constructing sandclay roads As requested I will give you a short sketch of the sand and clay roads of Illchland county In January 1889 I took charge of the roads of Illchland county which were then in deep sand In twothirds of the county thee balance being through sticky clay hills with the exception of about two miles of macadam road which had jjrorcd too expensive for our county to continue to build 4I commenced covering tho sand on the old Camden road with clay to about ten inches In depth At first the people were displeased It had rained a great deal and they were not accus tomed to seeing muddy roads I continued to throw sand on the clay until It quit bogging and sticking tp tho wheels keeping It crowned with an ordinary road scraper After I had built a few miles of the road and It became smooth and hard tho people were delighted As to the method of building tho first thing to do is to grade the road and give It a very slight crown not over two Inches to every ten feet from center to ditch Then the clay should be put on six inches deep then sand on the clay as clear of vegetable mat ter as possible This keeps down the dust It depends entirely on the qual ity of clay as to the necessary amount of sand If It is pipe clay or chalky kaolin It requires a great deal more sand which has to be applied after each rain until the clay stops cutting cr bogging The ruts should be kept closed and the proper crown kept on the road with a road machine until It becomes hard The Important thing is the sand It should be as clear of soil as possible If tho sand Is fine and badly water worn the result Is sot as good As to the cost that depends entire r gfr II With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knowsof Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kluncV liver and kidney bluddcr r nctly b or its remarkable health restoring 1pROOlvtlli in over rlicuinnUsm pit ito In bark lid iicyo liver bladder j aJ every part of the passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passingjit or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often mllnytimesSwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar ran ement has been by which all readers of who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to filldoutifoultave or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to cause every coming urinary made this paper Dr vlUIlCr C Co Homo olbwunpItooU 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 ad dress BinghamtonN Yon every bottle ly on the haul of the clay In roal genuine sand hills like portions of Richland county und Lexington whcr clay can be found by digging pits on the hillsides or In the bottoms it coats about SNK per mile for a thirty toot load Whore the clay can bo found near the roadside and often In the Hitches by digging two or three feet it Is very much I less Gravel roads lire often mistaken for sand and clay roads They are as old us macadam and It docs not require the skill and care to build gravel roads that It does those of sand and clay especially where the clay changes from half sand and halt clay and from that to a red sticky clay and sometimes a white chalk or stile pipe clay It requires close attention In the application of the sand where this is the case I have had as good results putting sand on clay roads as I have clay oti sand As to the durability of the sand and clay roads they will last as long as macadam There arc stretches of sand and clay roads In Illchland coun ty where they are level that are in good condition that were built ten years ago while the macadam road built to Hyatts park twelve years ago was entirely rebuilt last year 1 would say my experience is that automobiles improve sand and clay roads I think the opinion of all road experts is that they damage macadam very much Since the automobiles arc here and more are coming every day It Is ab solutely uecessary to widen our roads to at least thirty feet One thing I would like to mention that is In building sand and clay roads cry little machinery is needed I have never used a roller All the tools that are necessary are n road scraper wheelers dump wagons or carts and the road plow There are no drains The crown extends to n jaw at the roadside which carries all the surface water better than a cut drain Through swampy places the roadbed Is raised and underdralned B J Watson Commissioner of Agriculture Com merce and Industries in Good Roads Magazine DeWitts Little Early Risers the safe sure easy gentle little liver pills The original Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is DeWitts The name is plainly stamped on every box It is good for cuts burns bruises sores boils and sunburnbut it is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists DISHES BOYS LIKE A Few Variations In Diet That Are Sure to Please Boys should be fed upon food that will give them strength and yet at the same tlmo mothers must remember that they sometimes like the dainty things as well as little sister dots In making tho rice pudding this week just for a change and to tickle the palate of the boys try this recipe Wash well half u pound of dates and stone them Chop fine and add to tho usual plain rice pudding Dates are nourishing and all boys like them In making the usual dish of corn starch which Is bound to appear on the table of all growing children once In so often try this In place of the usual amount of sugar added to It sweeten with a cup of maple sirup and the boys are sure to call for moreBananaCroquettcsThs Is a nourishing dish easily prepared at a few minutes notice Peel and scrape ripe bananas Cut each one In two pieces and cut off the sharp end making them look like a croquette Roll them In chopped nuts of any kind either pea nuts hickory nuts or walnuts Lay on a leaf of lettuce and serve with a little French dressing containing a great deal of olive oil This is a splendid luncheon dish for the hungry school boy Roast Weal and Ham Purchase two medium thick veal cutlets rather small in circumference On one of them place a thick slice of ham and cover with the other cutlet Just as you would I i i I1 sear theinItAt then reduce that moderation Baste frequently The gravy of this dish Is delicious and the flavor of the mpnt combination Is sure to mvpflll t tjp lityv of tho family Meat Lonf IIINH ttiranlIi I In cliupjic suflli lout roll nidt of nay klnl1 veal beef hlvkrn or Inn to iniiti tier tUpfllU vliHl pitlal itousntl V c T highly AdJ n tcappnonful of celpry seed mid scow onion Juice and llimllv h lr1I e II of MIL Irodcntiii8 n Icusjutoiiful of chopped parsley iuU two well beaten eggs Puck Into u lout and place on a shallow buttered pan With n wooden skewer make holes along the top of the loaf and Insert strips of fat salt pork allowing the pork to project about half nn Inch above the surface and be sure to pack the meat firmly hack around It Hnlu In a quick overt about throequarters of nn hour sot aside to cool and serve In slices very cold with relishes of plc Ihs or catchup This makes n splen did and substantial luncheon dish for tht bo s- Indlnn Tapioca Pudding Many of the boys are tired of the old fashioned Indian pudding thnt grand mother used to make but this In sure to pleaso them Soak five tablespoonfuls of tap locn for two hours In water enough to cover it Pour four cups of scalded milk over four tnblespoonfnls of In dian meal mixed with threequarter of n cup of molasses Add half tea spoonful of salt and cook In double boiler for twenty minutes stirring occasionally Add the tapioca which should be drained free from all water and three tablespoonfuls of butter Turn all out Into buttered baking dish and pour over It a cup of cold milk but do not stir It through Bake In a very slow over from an hour to an hour nnd n half Servo hot with thin creamDowns Ointmentcured me ofeczema that had annoyed me a long time The cure was permanentHon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis tics Augusta Me- JELLY MAKING A Labor Saving Device For the Housewife Tho preserving and jelly making season has come round again and every woman who has attempted the task Is well aware of the muscular ef fort which Is required to strain the cooked pulp of grapes currants or other fruit to separate the Juice for the making of jelly After depositing the pulp In n strong cloth sack It be comes necessary to treat the latter In about the same manner ns the wash I woman treats a sheet which she has just taken from the water to wring II n LHEAVY BIND I1EMOVES TUB JUICE The harder it can be squeezed the more juice will there be for making the jelly and so no effort Is spared to collect all that the pulp contains Should the Idea of a woman prove practical for this purpose the above described method of treatment will no longer be resorted to as the new method is obviously easier than the old The womans Intention Is to sus pend the cloth sack filled with the pulp from a rod clamped to the table with a heavy Iron ring around the neck of the sack This ring by the sheer force of Its weight gradually set ties downward over the bag compress Ing Its contests as It falls and press- Ing the juice Into n receptacle placed beneath till the purpose A contriv ance of this order could be easily rig irrd up lhy tIll jelly maker herself Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclec tric Oil at once It acts like magic PUZZLE QUESTIONS A Jolly Amusement and Game For In dependence Day A Jolly puzzle game for tho Fourth of July concerns tho capitals of tho United States The puzzle questions are written on cards cut and colored on one side to represent our national ensign Hero are the questions with answersWhat capital Is a martyred states man Lincoln What capital is always peaceful ConcordWhat capital belongs to an inferior politician Bosston What capital is tho title of a sov ereign lady Augusta What capital Is a beneficent ruling power Providence What capital is a lately opened har bor Newport What capital Is an English duke dom Albany What capital of tho southern states should bo wealthy Richmond What capital Is a gentleman of Queen Bess time Raleigh What capital Is the hero of New Or leans Jackson iI v Mt at cap water supplyandn meadow Springfield What capital In a surgical oporntlan Lansing AVhnt mi Itll IIs nn earl twsldmt of till tnbellI Shoes Mil lrii WhatI Ill W nlI Is n oeltbntod convert of fhrlMM ifjv St Ill II Wlml ti iltil liilmiKH lo n beats of old IIn tit f Nashville What sir Itiil Is n Hiimll bowlder IlttU Crr What cupltiUI Hindi a splendid dINI covery Columbus What capital Is a fatuous man of Germany Bismarck What capital Is the mother of a great emperor Helena What capital belongs to a celebrated doctor Jolforson City What cpltnl Is nn American his torlan Prescott What capital Is n Grecian city 01v in pin Blank spaces for answers are left opposite the questions and the guest filling most of these correctly might receive a sofa pillow covered with coarse canvas embroidered in red white and blue Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIASUMMER J Electric Inventions That Make Kitchen Work Easy In summer the electric range Is the most labor saving and comfortable menus of preparing meals yet attained There are n number of different makes In these ranges but all have an elec tric oven a griddle a broiler three or four electric heaters and the proper utensils to use on them Each appliance Is controlled sepa rately by a switch on the front of tho range and any one can be used alone or all together The stoves take up little space In the kitchen and the utensils are pretty enough to attract any housekeeper no matter how un enthusiastic she may be about her work They are of copper double tin lined and nickel plated and are sepa t ELECTHIO FfcATIHON 81IIAY COFFER WIN rate from the heaters but lock on when In use so as to make a good heat ing contact The electric oven Is a special Joy to the bread cued cake baker for there is no draft and the heat Is even It Is controlled by a regulating switch giving three degrees of heat And now that so many girls are do Ing up their fine lingerie shirt waists an electric flatiron Is an absolute ne cessity wherever there Is a lamp socket available whether at home or abroad The beauty of this Iron is that you can take it to your work and are not obliged to take your work to the iron It heats quickly and maintains a uni form temperature over the entire bot tom surface while In use The three pound Iron Is the best size for tho traveler the six pound size being the weight of that used for the ordinary family ironing Tho most delicious cup of coffee can be mode In the electric spray coffee urn The secret of success Is evened by the fact that the dry coffee goes In a receptacle separate from the wa ter so arranged that the steam from tho boiling water passes through the coffee and extracts Its naturally delicious flavor The steam Is brought up through n central tube where It Is condensed above then passes down through the coffee thus Insuring the best results In the quickest possible time This Is certainly getbreakfasr quick scheme the modus operandi be ing accomplished at the breakfast table where lice nttachment is made by running the tubing through a small hole In the floor Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for organic diseases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blocd cures the causebuilds you up Drag Brother Dragl If your road is soft or rough Drag brother drag Once or twice will be enough Drag brother drag Wheels wont sink Into a rut Every time you strike a cut Teams wont worry If youll but Drag brother drag Twont take long to nx your road Drag brother drag If youd pull a bigger load Drag brother drag It means dollars In the end Saved on teams my friend So to this your best ear lend Drag brother drag- Pawpaw Mich Bazoo What He Wanted Professional Guide to palace car porterI have an English lord In charge and I want him to get a got d Impression of the comforts of travel In this country Heres 5 Porter Yes salt Do you want mo to gib hill extra attention situ Guide Grea Bcott no I want you to keep away from hlmlNew York Weekly Oatmealtis the Cereal beefsteak It is the very thing that produces the finest meat on cattle But why not take your meat at first hand or rather the meat elements Why wait until it has passed through the tissues of a living animal Dont eat it second handed eat it in oatmeal itself in the form of Mothers OatsREGULAR AND FAMILY SIZES MOTHERS OATS are for sale everywhere Theyre the best that you can buy Theres a reason why you should insist upon them When you ask fbr MOTHER S OATS refuse others oats theres a difference Ask your grocer about the wonderful 375 Fireless Cooker given free to users of Mothers Cereals They are Mothers Oats Mothers Com Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Com Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his name and yours and we willsend you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPLRATINQ MORD OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS EI ff1S lMif1 IIIiti California Oregon find Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tJlIon I III IIInquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete information I J C BEAM Jr A G P A I ST LOUIS MO lIIIfiII rR mtlflRBli8 E y October Magazines i r Journalrg McClure Delineator MunseyCentury Telephone your order at once for Ladies Homo Journal if want one JOHN D BABBAGEYenJ m II f Come and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean Tour We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Medeira Gibraltar Mor occo Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information I 100 Visiting Cards for 75 cents r l e 1 Iih 11 ana I iIoJc IIiIi frIotjl r H I I WATCH HIT I I T IIIIII I EDALEXANDERS II w w J I IBIG AD ti- I t h NEXT WEEK I I J Special Sale and SpecialJJi 11rlces i o i o i w ItI 1 f I I O pseAt w rOilA isrllP rJmw IRVINGTON If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs Ennis Lawrence and little son who have been visiting Mr and Mrs H B Head left for Corydon Monday Morris lolly is running a restaurant and soft drink house next door to Mrs L A holly You can get a good bowl- f oyster soup for ten cents Rev J T Lewis and familily were the guestsof Dr and Mrs L H More nen last week They were on their way to Fordsville where Rev Lewis has accepted the call to the First Baptist hurch Mrs L A Jolly has bought the stock t goods of her son Morris and will conduct toe business in future Her son Ioais is her manager Bro Campbell was the guest of Rev B F Wilson last week The Womans Foreign Mission meet ing held at the Methodist church last Tuesday was quite interesting China is the mission field being studied Mrs Hernrtoi is reading aloud The Days of JuneAlexander will have some surarises in the way of prices next week Watch for hss ad in this paper Mrs McClintick of Louisville was the guest of Miss Mary Cornwall last weekMrs Hudson of Versailles spent Sunday with Mrs Nora Board A 0 Marshall and P D Galloway were visitors in Louisville Sunday For the best meats go to Winns Mr and Mrs H H Kemper have re turned from a few days visit to Mrs Julia Clarkson at Big Spring Mrs Edd Alexander and children have returned from Stephensport where she visited Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt Mr Winterbowerof near West Point was in town last week and bought a number of young mules Watch for Alexanders ad in this pa per next week Mrs Charlie Simmons left last week for Walters Oklahoma for an indefinite visit to Mrs Harry Gorsuch Misses Eva Payne Tula Lockard and Eula Neafus and Mr Will Claycomb went to Hartford Friday on a pleasure tripDr and Mrs L B Moremen have returned from Brandenburg after a visit to Mrs Mary Moremen Mr and Mrs J B Herndon enter tained a number of friends to dinner Thursday in honor of Rev and Mrs J T Lewis Mrs Rhodes has returned home from i Stephensport after being the guest of i Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt Go to Winns for nice tender beef pork and pork sausage ham and bacont Our hustling poultry man H L Downs has returned from a short business trip to Madisonville nnd Hartford where he established some branch houses He has also one at Harned Station and reports business good and he is very much pleased with the out lookMr and Mrs O Latham of Louis ville were visitors at the Peyton House last week Mrs Ernest Galloway of Louisville- is spending the week end with her sis ter Mrs C S Neafus All the Sunday Schools in this section will be largely represented at the State Convention at Owensboro the last of 5 October Mrs W H Piggott and Miss Eva Carrigan are on the program Several i International workers will be there Try Irvington meat market for all kinds of meats and sausage Prices reasonable and meats firstclassM Winn proprietor Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Prof Henry Cowley and Mrs Julius Sipple with a full attendance and satisfaction to all HARDINSBURG BASE BALL TEAM OF 1909 n v tq erstq dL9i1 II lolx Thursday and entertaInedIcousin Miss Ada Cunningham of New YorkLesley Wright of Guthrie was a guest of Miss Jessie Lea er for several days last week Miss Blanch Claycomb of Louisville came Friday for a stay of a week with Mrs Nellie Marshall Mrs T N McGlothlau leaves today for Rome mud to be the guest of Mrs Adam Anspach Mrs Kate Childs of Guston was the guest of Mr and Mrs C S Neafus ThursdayMrs W Henry and daughter Miss Mary are in Brandenburgflthis week for a several days visit to Mrs Efiie Richardson- Dr F W Eisenman and children of Louisville came Saturday and are the guests of Mrs IKate Bennett The Irvington and Webster base ball teams crossed bats Saturday afternoon on the Webster diamond The latter club defeated the former by a score of IU to 5- Mr Bennett of Custer has purchas ed the lot on Caroline street from Mr George Ashcraft and will take possession at onceFoster Lyons who has been confine to his home for some time is able to be up town IN THE POLITICAL GAME Sunday morning after the primary therewas some tall cutting tip in Cloverport by those who had been in knee deep working for Brown and Owen About 630 oclock Dick Perkins phoned Marshal DeHaven that Brown was defeated The message had not gotten cold over the wires before the Cheif was down in town to investigate matters and make it hot for some one On his way down he questioned every fellow he met but got no satisfaction When he arrived at Perkins livery stable he was boiling with disappointment think ing his man had gone down completely I Perkins commenced laughing as soon as he saw him and said Old man I its all a joke just wanted to fool you The Cheif marched quietly off and laid low until 10 6clock when the passenger train came Then he telephoned from the depot to Perkins and told him there were several parties that had come in and wanted rigs to go to Tar J Springs Perkins rushed his conveyances to the depot but no one was in sight except the Cheif I just wanted to get even with you Dick Nobodys J here but by the way young man Brown is elected laughed the Marshal 000- If ever a man has worked hard risk ed his life for two votes he is Lee Walls Lost week he was driving through the country and met two Re republicans on the the road He asked them for their votes and they told him if he would get their working tools he could have them Mr Walls promised he would and anxiously inquired to their whereabouts We chopped down- a tree across the road a few minutes ago and it has a hornets nest in it Our tools are covered with the hornets are t you willing to get them they asked the candidate What Mr Wall with I stood one can amagine He got the 1 tools and has good assurance of getting the votes o o 0JJ Didnt know I had so many friends said Attorney Babbage thec other day Since I have been in thistt campaign seems like everybody blackII and white are for me It makes att man feel mighty good to go over the 1 county andrave folks say you are sureII to win t 000 There is a man on each side that I do not intend to give my vote remarked j Mr W H Bowmer the other day Mr Bowmer says he is going to I split the tickets and vote for the cream I of both parties He does not believe in t supporting any man who is for whiskey I There are few decided firm independent I voters like Mr Bowmer but the day is coming when the number will be 1 in tho majority Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA HARNED Mr Robert Weatherford and daug ter Miss Bessie were in Louisville last week buying his fall goods Miss Jennie Payne who has been visiting her sister Mrs Florence Cor don of Basin Springs has returned homeIf want the hest flour buy thetLewisport BEST patent flour The farmers of this vicinity are about done cutting tobacco r 7 1r a 1 PLENDtD BUCKEYE WOME I Married and Unmarried Praise the Bucks 4ii 1 I RemedyI p Internal Catarrh Miss Nora Kolloy R R 1 Box 121 London Ohio says- I write to thank you for tho wonder ful good your Pcruna has done for me andd other internal troublo for twentytwo years Two years ago I began to take Poruna and I only took about three bot ties and today I can say I am a well1 person Could Not Eat Without Suffering Mrs H A Weaver Somerset Ohio writesI safely and truly say that Poru na has boon a blessing to mo I had catarrh so badly that I had lost tho sonso of smell and taste I had stomach trouble so bad that I could not oat anything without suffer ing afterwardsIliMy friends advised mo to try Poru na I bought one bottle and was greatly benefited by it and so I bought onehalf dozen bottles and will say that I am completely cured of stomach trouble and catarrh I cannot say enough for Poruna Peruna Brought Appetite Mrs Sollna Tanner Athens 0 writes that Pcruna rolleved her of stomach trouble and brought her a good appetite Miss Kitty Meador left Friday for to be the guest of her sister Mrs Rue Wilson Mr Cromer Bruner who has been the guest of friends and relatives the last two weeks has returned to his home in Miss Hallie H Meador and brother Buddy left for to visit relatives Wilber Webster has to and Mrs Owen Basham of passed here Sat urday enroute to to visit his brother Overton Basham Mrs J and Pearl of were the guests of her sister Mrs Nannie Just The Man for The Place Partisan feeling makes it hard for the average voter to select a public officer with the same business caution that he observes in his private If this was done the would be much better off and the public moneys and the general business would be safe as a man would his own inter ests Theso are made when we are of the of Victor for Magis trate in the first district Mr is a young man lull of vigor and is on the rising tide ot a life He has made his own business a success and in this view it is also known that he would be as an officer of the county A on the bench and as a member of the fiscal court is an one and the public should be careful to select good men for there places We have known Mr from and we can safely say that he is the very kind of a man who is safest to place in a with the money Victor Hag man for in and put men on ville Clarion The Of For Each State D C Sept thousand will be needed for the census of the United States and also of Hawaii and Porto Rico to for Census Director Durand by dims S Stone of the census bureau in whose division districts are defined and fixed This is an increase of about 11000 over the number of schedule carriers in the census of 1000 u 1 J IJ W r Peruna r H Now Has Best of Health Mrs Victoria M Plckol 130 E St Columbus Ohio IhavobeonustngPorunaforcatarrh- having had a very case so bad that it clogged tho nasal organs 1Vlwnldldgotthenasalorgansoponedthe and make mo very sick A friend advised mo to take Pornna and after using four bottles I was cured I have no trouble now and am happy to say that I am tho best of health and to my lodge du ties being a mombor of tho Rebecca Odd Follows- I would Poruna to those with tho same trouble Catarrh for Several Years Mrs Alico Bogle 803 Clinton SL Ohio writes- I want to Inform you what Pornna has done for mo I have been afflicted with catarrh for several years I havo tried different and none seemed to do me any good until I used Pornna I lave taken six bottles and can praise it very highly for tho good it has donu mo tt- I also find it of great benefit to my I children I Peruna An Honest Family Medicine I Louisville OklahomaI Sunday Owensboro returned IllinoisMr Kingswood through Hardinsburg Kennison daughter Hardinsburg Beauchamp Saturday transactions country guarded observations reminded candidacy Hagman Hagman successful complete successful position important Hagman infancy position publics Remember Magistrate November successful guardHawes TAKING THE CENCUS Number Enumerators Washington 18About sixtyfive enumerators thirteenth decennial according estimates prepared Geographer enumerators Mpifai writesI aggravated enjoying attending Lodgoof recommend suffering obnoxious Olrclovlllo medicines Director Durand points out that the per diem in JOOO according to the pro visions of section 16 of the act approv ed March 3 1800 were required to work ten hours a day but in the act providing for the thirteenth and subseg quent decennial census the time is fix+ ed at 9 hours a day This reduction in 7 the daily hours will require an addition al number of onumerators in the pro portons of the country in which the per diem rates will prevail The present census law requires that the enumeration of the population shall be taken as of the 15th day of April 1010 and the enumerators must fdr ward their returns to the supervisors except that in any city having 5000 in habitants or more at the preceding cen sus the enumeration shall be complet ed within two weeks In looking over the details of esti mates Oklahoma and Washington are conspiclous as they will call for about a 300 per cent increase over the 1900 force of enumerators Pennsylvania will continue in the leadership having slightly the largest number of enumerators the 1010 force being estimated at 5200 against 4720 in 1000 New York is second with a pro bable 5000 for 1010 as compared with 4541 in 1900 Next will come Illinois then Ohio Texas Missouri Massachu setts Indiana Michigan Minnesota and California all needing 2000 or more enumerators each Kentucky will need about 1600 enu merators In 1100 1329 were used Mr Williams Sick Reaussau Williams is ill at his home in the East End His daughter Mrs Bert Daniels has arrived from Paducah to see himii Krypfok Invisible Bifocals J Take the place of Two Pair of Glasses land are made in ONE piece NO CEMENT Inquire about them when you come to Louisville SOUTHERN OPTICAL CO r Incorporated 7 4th and Chestnut Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY a l= i 0- rl fj q