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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a a- lit y f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS4 tI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1909 8 Pates NO ISI GiRCUiT1 COURT IN SESSiO N Still in Session But Politics Claims flie Altenlion of Clients and oar at Ilardinsbufg Candidates Busy NRLY ALL CASES CONTINUED Sjfikrly allof the prosecutions on the iCtufilnBl pocket were continued on no court of sickness and other lawful ox cases only about eighteen of the petit jufyqulaified the first day and the Court hid Vo go to the wheel to complete the first panel Practically all of the civil cases of importance were continued f Nobody seemed inclined to try this term and this Idea prevailed the first day The present term will be a record maker in as much as there will probabl- be fewer cases tried than ever before The Grand JUry returned eleven in dictments the first Week None were of A sensational nature however Th d Court on request of that body the usual time allowed them and they convened again Tuesday to investigate certain alleged unlawful whiskey sell ing and other things that will probably create some interest in their delibera tions The action of Hall vs L H St L railway company was tried on the com iauy6 counterclaim and the jury brought in a verdict under the courts initructions for the sum of 83000 for the railroad The Hall case has been rather unusual one Hall sued the jpmpauy for injuries received in a wreck is engineer The company denied lia jility and put in the counterclaim for J OOa damages to the train equipment kartjjptaJQ 000 verdict in this court Che Court of Appeals reversed the case said there could be no eatery by Sall The lower court ou bviiew trial peremptorily instructed hejnryto find for the railroad which nstructtpn was affirmed by the Court of Appeals This verdict is the end of the ass The action of J H Qlasscock vs The jpulsyllle Tobacco Warehouse Co was ontinned for the plaintiff I The case of Casey vs L H St Iv iilway company the case involving the Bath of a small child by pulling a largo heel over on it has been appealed ie railroad having won the case in this ourtThe petit jury is made up of the fol wing viz Danil Spraddin Alex Esk fdge J R Mays I W Storms Leo elder iL P Popl Peter Bennett J Seaton E 0 Burton Wm Jarboe hn Pile Henry F Beard Chester C lie Wm Head R L Adkisson Milt rown Logan Hickerson Taylor Bandy ic Henderick Calvin Hendrick Joe tcwartt Henry Davis Forrest Miller H0 C Black pChe McCracken case was set for trial Sidnesday the Grand Jury having re fined the indictment on an early day of ie term The Commonwealth insisted Lja trial at this term JEW PREACHER V leases Methodist Folks In This City Preached Two Splen did Sermons Sunday he Jtev Mr Dillon new pastor of i Methodist church tailed his first kilstment here Sunday The mem if of the church were exceedingly dted and so was Rev Dillon Irs billion has also arrived end is I arranging her new home A lib donation was sent them last week they have been entertained by Mr Jirit Wick Moorman and Mr and- AnieilOclzeli yr Wick Moorman and Mr Lllbon tti stained the floors at the parsonage rgfr and Mrs Diliiou arrived Tree Bears Twice alker Kelly colored has an apple fchiB place here that hears twice a In early June it was full of te and now it is also producing a fcropV Kelly is sure proud of Farmers Invited I County Farmers of Indiana their Inetiute at Tobinsport and 9 Breckenridge farmers ytayltedy DIED IN A HOTEL LOBBY 1V T Boden WellKnown Pian Tuner Succumbed To Heart Distase At Lewisport HAD MANY FRIENDS HERE William Tennent Boden the well known piano Tuner who had adverbs ed his coming to Owensboro and was expected to arrive today died of heart disease in the lobby of tho Hayden House at Lewisport Saturday morning shortly before 3 oclock His death shocked many Owensboro friends as he had visited this city regularly for many years and was loved for his genial nature Mr Boden was working towns be andyhad only arrived in Lewisport Friday night Shortly after breakfast he was seized with what he thought was acute indigestion and lay down on a bench in dthe hotel lobby In a few minutes iit was discovered that he was in a serious condition but before medical aid reach ed him ho was dead His son W T Boden Jr wont to Lewisport from Louisville and took the body home with him Mr Boden is survived by the follow lug sons and daughters Charles H Boden Thomas H Boden William Tennent Boden Jr E Hays Boden V Churchill Boden Grover Cleveland Boden Samuel Detweiler Boden Mrs A M Router Mrs Wm F German and a brother Thomas H linden and a sister Mrs Charles Greenwald Owensboro Enquirer EightyTwo Years Walks Two Miles And Then Some Nick Heft is eightytwo years of ago his home is at Guston and he is a most active man for his age One day last week he walked two miles to a field cut sixteen shocks of corn and came home not too tired to eat or deep Can anyones vitality excell Mr Holts for a man of his ago- Handsome Improvements Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry are having beautiful interior improvements made in their home on Houston street Hard wood floors have been laid and the wood work painted in white flat coat The reception hall is most attractively papered in the new shades of tan mid brown that are so stylish this fall The drawing room is charming in old rose paper and has been gracefully thrown open to the hall by pew folding doors Mrs Ferrys exquisite taste predomi nates throughout the house EyeTreatment Mrs Mildred Hawkins is in Louisville having her eyes treated She was ac companied by Mrs C D Hambleton who has returned home Nice Restaurant Services Browns place is enjoying a fine patronage since the oyster season has opened No better services can be gotten at the Vienna than Mr Brown gives at all hours of the day Mr Hendersons Request Supt Henderson urges all SS workers to read Mr Durhams letter in the Kentucky Sunday School Report and to respond with a liberal check for the State work 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 a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky i Pleased At Logan Miss Lillian Glasscock is greatly pleased with college life at Logan Pussellville Ky She writes her father Mr Lon Glasscock at McDaniels that she is well and happy there i I n CATHOLICCELEBRATION oof St Marys of The Woods Will Be Laid Thursday October The Twenty- Eighths FATHER RAFFO EXPECTED One of the greatest and most interest events that has ever taken place in re ligious circles in Breckinridge County will be the corner stone laying of the Church ot St Marys of the Woods at McQuady Thursday October the twentyeighthFather said to a representative of the News that he was expecting a glorious day one that shall never be forgotten as long as the magnificent church stood on its foundation Free dinner will be served to all prescntand the invitation is sent broadcast Father Raffo will lay the corner stone and his presence will be an unusual treat for nil The church is just nearing comple don It is a magnificent structure of stone with a tile roofing from Clover port Its estimated cost is 15000 Father Knue who has charge of St Marys is accomplishing marvelous re suits in his work and through his efforts he is greatly loved by his people and friends WELL DESERVED The Praise That Conies From Thankful Cloverport People One kidney remedy never fails Cloverport people rely upon it That remedy is Doans Kidney Pills Cloverport testimony proves it always reliableJ Weatherholt High St Clover port Ky says Two years ago I did not think it possible that I could ever be well again in fact I had settled up my affairs I cannot describe the mis ery I endured from pains though my back and whenever I stooped they be came so sharp that it really felt as if someone were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots floated before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton Thee doctors medicines or the many guaranteed cures that I tried did not help me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doans Kidney Pills I immediately procured a box at Fishers drug store and I was great ly surprised at the results received Be fore I had taken the contents of the second box there was a marked im provement and I continued using them until completely cured I am now as well as any man in this county and I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other League Social Frees The Epworth League Social Com mittee will give a Halloween social October 28 Thursday night in the parlors of the Methodist church at 8 oclock The young people of the city are cordially invited Cards for ad mittance will be given away at the News office this week Each guest is requested to dress in mask costume to represent an animal Helped Stir Sloans Liniment Salesman Now T Seymour Smith was in Cloverport last week representing Dr Earl S Sloan of Boston Mass Mr Smith is also owner and proprietor of Sylvan Stcck Farm Franklin Ky Twenty years ago he helped Dr Sloan stir the first skillet of his wondeful liniment Dr Sloan made it in St Louis then but soon outgrow his plant there and es tablished an immense one in Boston Mr Smith is general traveler for Dr Sloan and his experience from bottom to top is a true story of success Land Sale Geo T Mason to Horace G Lane 1 tract of land on Tar Fork creek 128 acres Consideration 800 LEE BISHOP tt WRITES SERIOUSLY Democratic Nominee For The Office Of Coroner Will Ap preciate Support Of All VotersInvites All To Investigate ills Record DEVOTED TO ills PARTY To The People of Breckenridge County jlum the Democratic nominee for the office of coroner of Breckenridge county recognize the fact that this office is one that pays only a normal salary and one that does riot especially profit the man who occupies it however as my party has named me as its candidate for the same I will appreciate your support as much as if it were for the most remun erative office in the county I invite you to investigate my record and when you have done so you will find that I have never allowed my politics to interfere with my official duty I have always responded to any call made upon me without regard to distance weather or other conditions that relate to personal comfort I did not seek the nomination but now that I have been named I trust that attar examination of mv record 1 will merit your support I have only one more argument to make namely my apponent against whom I could noV say one word personally lives at Mook one of the mosfdistaut points from the county seat I ask you to consider whether the office of coroner should be placed in the hands of a man who lives at such a distant point from the county seat that affairs with which the coroner must deal should be delayed until a messenger can be sent to Mook to notify the official I live at the county seat and I am sure that no man can move there for the office atone I have a bust ness from which I expect to receive sup port for myself and family I do not and can not hope that the office will any more than pay expenses With this argument I shall submit my tlaim for the office I am RespectfullyLee Charming Little Sketch Little Sister Snow the new book by the author of The Lady of the Decoration is a very dainty and at tractive story of a little Japanese girl Mrs Macauley spent several weeks in Cloverport a number of years ago with Mr and Mrs Heyser and it is with personal interest her books are read in this city Mr Sawyer Busy T F Sawyer has been making some convenient changes at his grocery store on the East Side His business is in creasing and demands more room VESSELS Visits CloverportMost Modest Candidate In The Race Makes Many Votes Here H G Vessels was here last week in the interest of his race for sheriff of Breckenridge county The News re quested him for his photograph but his extreme modesty was hard to overcome Upon his victory Nov 2 the News hopes to get his picture He had a most successful visit in Cloverport Resolutions of Respect Bewleyville Oct 18We the mem bers of Bewleyville Baptist Missionary Society take this means of expressing the sorrow we fool in the death of our sister Miss Eula Hensley who died in ChinaRESOLVED That in this hour of afflic tion our sympathy be extended to the bereaved family May they look to him who said Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted RESOLVED That a copy of these res olutions be sent to the bereaved family a copy spread on our records and a copy be sent to each of the county papers for publication Mrs Richard Carman Mrs Horace Albright Miss Beulah PayneCommittee Send in your renewal subscription I for the News h Royal Baking Powder is the 3L greatest of time and labor pastry Economizes a and eggs and makes the food digestible andhealthful RoyALQAKIN6P01VDElt Makes most healthful food No alumno lime phosphates The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar BRABANDT Will Leave Cloverport This Week Has Been Most Successful Here And Will Probably Return C G Brabandt reluctantly leaves Cloverport this week to look for a new field for location Mr Brabandt says ho intends to spend several weeks iin search of a place to establish his photo graph studio and if he cannot find a city better than Cloverport in a busi ness way he will return here directly He is planning to go to Southwestern Kentucky thinking opportunities are more promising there for his work Mr Brabandt has been most success ful here but he is ambitious for larger territory Not only in his art has he made good but he has won the friend ship of the young people of Clover port His friends certainly loathe to see him go He will be missed socially but he will also be greatly missed in the flap tist church of which he was a member and has always cooperated with the Baptist Young Peoples Union in their work The News sincerely wishes him success and hopes he will find it great er in Cloverport than any place else If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flou- rHAIWINSBURG If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Eloise Hook entertained the M T Club with their guests Friday eveningSupt Trent and J Halo Edwards at tended the Fourth Congressional Teach ers meeting at Hodgenvillo Mesdames John Haswell C E Has well Morris Eskridgc Charles Heston and Taylor Beard were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard Thursday Dr and Mrs Mather have returned from a visit to friends in St Louis Mr and Mrs Lonnie Smith and little son spent Sunday with relatives at Gar field Dr Bush will be here Oct 25 20 and 27 Mrs George Evans has returned from LouisvillePresiding Elder Lyons was entertain ed at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Board Saturday and Sunday Sherman Ball of Frankfort was here last week visiting relatives It being court week Dr Mather will preach tonight at the M E church SouthMrs D R Moorman and little Mil dred were in Louisville last week Miss Sarah Dean Moorman spent several days in Louisville last week Mrs Lydia Jolly of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Lucrotia Hensley last weekMrs E B English and son Evarts arrived Monday to be the guest of her sister Mrd Marvin Beard Robert Shellmau is ill of typhoid feverMrs Lutie Moorman of Stenhensport visited Mrs Lucretlu Hensley last week Mrs Mary Hcstou has returned from a visit with her daughter at Leitchfield If you want bestflour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Y savers to the cook flour butter POOR OLD DAVE Makes Many AlistakesMr Rowland Smith Thinks Tile lion D W Henry Has Gotten On The Wrong Track Dear Mr John Did you see the letter in the Fourth District Leader from D W Henry Ye Gods When a paper controlled by a big party begins publishing letters of advice from men like D W Henry dont you think things are getting in bad shape Kicked out of the Demo cratic party he claimed to be a demos drat he took up with the Republican party who did not want him and only took him as their leader stated time and time again to work the nigger but as stated by the party leader also by the county chairman they are very careful not to let him get hold of any of the campaign funds and will always say Dave is alright but we do not propose to let him get his hands on the party money sent to Irvington Ky Not two weeks ago the Republican leader at Irvington was heard to say that he would bet five cents that the Hon D W would vote the Republican ticket What do you think of that opinion of the precinct chairman Thrown down at every turn not al lowed even a little takeout of the campaign funds but as Party Leaders say good to work the nigger I tell you Mr John no negro who has any respect for himself will even listen to the lion D W much less take his advice A political out cast grasping at straws and all because of treachery and deception Yours Very Respectfully Roland Smith Irvington Ky Oct 1lth IgOO HONORED Is Air Skillman by the State of Kentucky With Appointment To WaterWay Con vention Not yet decided has Mr A B Skill man of this city in regard to his trip to The Lakes to the Gulf Deep Water Way Convention He was appointed a delegate to represent the State of Kentucky at this meeting which will beheld at New Orleans La October the thirtieth and first day of November Mr Skillman greatly appreciates the appointment and hopes to go Clover e port should be proud to have him go as- a representative of Kentucky MEMORIAL SERVICE On the 5th Sunday in this month there will be service held at the Hardinsburj Baptist church in meradry of Miss Eula Hensley The service will begin at 1030 a m In The Mountains Mrs E J Bandy of Stephensport is visiting her daughter Mrs E A Kissam at Prestonsburg Ky and will spend the winter with her and her rain fly Mrs Bandys health is very much improved since she has been in the mountains and Is greatly pleased with the country If you want the best flour buy the I Lewisport BEST patent flour r t ii f t 1 F lIM1Arlts ldi lII hMMIWb ii1Md1111111i1gM I MI i11AWMI ItItNHItIAANWIIIMfINIIIJIN M eM N+ + tJlltJtNltIIJttJJk t MlrlI11NI VOTEH I I I tl JOHN S ADAIRi I u i II FORI STATE SENATOR I District Election November 2 1909 II- AI y IWP A nMV 1WM M v fiIJItLoIu fWIt yI M 1VtA MrlIIA A DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Ofllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky THE SANATORIUM The handsomest and most beauti ful sanatorium in Louisville is that of Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street The Sanatorium is equipped with ill the modern conveniences and is tow opened for patients Dr Hush is an eminent ostepath- nd is highly thought of and recom mended by all of Louisvilles doctors Anyone contemplating an osteopathic treatment should either write or call to see Mrs Bush 4 SI itRSItt1R itAkS111 ASI ittkit ASA 1 A1A it S FOR SALE I f Vv t k a Aniimborof Farms dif J 1 1 fevent Sizes and Prices x Y i IiI qtrrgtrrrrtrrtrt rrktr rnrrlr rK I OSM4srA00aMaw 1 STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trou ers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod emIplol fa INSURANCECapt District Man iger Columbia Life Insur ance Co writs all kind ot lifeinsurance policies Accident And Sick Benefits end Special Mortgage Protection Plan Policy See him at once H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURQ I WIU practice his professIon KY to all of the Courts of HreckourklKO and adjoining coun tier Specialtl1ttontlollflven to collections road cases License to practice In United States Ulstilo Courts Offico over tank of Hardlnsburu 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cle Anyone germing a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion lieu whether an ntnhloOCommnnlCRotlonutrlchcoIiUdollllnlI foraecurliifrpatontiJntonts tptetal notice without barge lu tba Scientific JII ritaA hnndsomolr Illustrated weekly Tnreest cir culation of an scientific Journal Terms U a 6udbyailnovrsdeateuliIUNN I Branch Ounce 65 FBU Washington 1 C SUBSCRIBE NOW rjt ifIj T II i i OTHER DAYS OTHER WAYS Modern Conveniences That the Aver age Maid Will Not Use The rnoiffcru housewife mny have In some Instances an equipment that few Diddles can or will manipulate says a writer In Harpers Weekly No mum If ye plase 011 do the washln In the ould way 01 dont bike thlm newfangled things old Ann re marked to her mistress when she returned after many years absence and found a steam washing machine In stalled 101 was dolu washlns whin ye was In short dresses Miss Mary Old ruttier rub thlm on the board than wash the ould thing she concluded with a glance of grim displeasure at the despised labor saver The Miss Mary of twenty years standing as a matron said to a neigh bor who did her own work Ann sim ply wont use the washer Wouldnt you like to have It The neighbor accepted the offer but In a week returned the machine I was never so disappointed she ex plalned I waited two hours for those streams of boiling suds to appear and pour through the clothes then I wash ed the clothes on the board and was two hours late Inquiry revealed the fact that she had not used the cover of the machine and had actually expected to do h1i washing with the steam she had al lowed to escape Into the room Well you wont persuade me to try It again she said testily She is still using the washboard So Is Ann There are of course women who cannot or will not apply a scientific principle nor understand mechanical device however simple There are others men and women too who grudge the lightening of any burden borne by another Obstinacy Is frequently a bar morn impassable for Improvements than either ignorance or stupidity The old days and llu old ways interpose a sentimental or narrow minded obstacle to progress of every sort Who denies tho charm of the pastry baked In nn old fashicned brick oven Who wouldnt prefer a sand scrubbed white intiplo floor to Ithe now white tile cold and without sentiment until one re members the aching buck of the one who must scrub There Is sometblng substantially fhcurlng about a heavy shining coal range and Its gleam of glowlng coal but think of the work of tending It of keeping It und its sur roundings clean Watch the face of the woman who uses It for broiling orIfrying then vote for the gas or tric range that dues Its work far more perfectly old leaves the worker cool and fresh You need not be troubled In any way with the stomach if you will simply take Kortol at those times when you feel that you need it Kodol is guaranteed to relieve you If it fails your money will be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it to day on this guarantee Sold by all druggists Won Him- BlobbsIIcnpookke thinks you are the finest fellow In the world Dow did you manage to make such an impression SlobbsOh I pretended to be surprised when Ilie told me he was a married tnnn Philadelphia Record All Dull Wife Heres another invitation to dine at the Flatleys What a bore those occasions are Hub Yes even their dinner kmlvca1 are dullBoston Transcript Dyspepsia is onr national ailment Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens stomach membranes promotes flow of digestive juices purifies tin blood builds you up 4 = t +2ni l w1iy wAYn t VV1L Money Comes In Bunches to A A Chisholm of TreadwellN Y now His reason is well worth rend ing For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker everyday in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored nil my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to busi ness every day Its a wonderful medi cine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 50c at Severs Drug Store i Didnt Care For Him Little Eleanors mother was an American while her father was a German One day after Eleanor had been sub jected to rather severe disciplinary measures at the hands of her father she called her mother Into another room closed Ithe door significantly and said Mother I dont want to meddle In your business but 1 wish youd send that husband of yours back to GcrmanyLadles Home Journal CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boors tho- Signature of THE HUNCHBACK Romance of the Duke de Richelieu and Mlle de Rochechouart The Untie UP Klcliillcii married when seventeen years of age Mile1 de IUiirluv Human u little girl nf twelve As was the custom In Hie eighteenth rentury the young bridegroom sot out on IIH travels after Hie ciriinuny and till child wife remained with his relation In Paris Three years passed and tin fluke then Count de Clilnniii who had received many charming letters and a harming uilnhiiiirc from his wife dUI lug his absence cKtermlntd to return home On his arrival he was met on the grand staircase of the Hotel de Richelieu by his family and to his horror Instead of the pretty girl of fifteen hat he expected to see the cpunt saw a little hunchback who was none other Ithan his wife Time unhappy young limn who was horror stricken left Paris that night nod for llftcen years remained away The poor little wife possessed a beau tiful and generous disposition and so far from being embittered by her hips bands behavior she did her best to prevent any fanny dissensions arising through It and went to live on her estate of CoiirtiIlles near Paris It is said that she was deeply In love with the duke null In time tub accounts of her unselfishness and devotion to his family so touched her husband that he went to visit her Time Orst visit led to many and this strange couple became firm friends aid just before he died the duke con templated s residing permanently at Courtellles with his wife from whom he hnd fled in disgust many years be fore Chicago News For catalog entry blank or other information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Loulsvlllo Ky On the Toboggan Many a man said Uncle Eben thinks hes havin a tremenjous big time as a sport when bo is merely goln through de initiation of de Down nnd Out club Washington Star A good heart overcomes ovil fortune rDon Quixote IL k i y I remember I remember I remember the house where I was born the voice of dad that bellowed forth to rouse me every morn the picnic that I always had when winter breezes blew to clear the sidewalk of the snow the chores 1 had to do I remember 1 remember the old time days In school the lickings that I always got for breaking some darned rule the moonlight nights I used to go out in the old bob sleigh and hug and kiss time pretty girls beneath the robes and hay I remember I remember oh no Ill not forget Id like to wander back again to those old days you betLos Angeles Express III have been somewhat costive but Doans Regulates gave just the results desired They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly George B Krause 306 Walnut Ave Altoona Pa TRANSPLANTED A POND Showing What an EnthusIast Will Dot Have a Garden ManyI a country laborer will do much for the sake of a garden but few per buys would he willing to go to such pains In IIIH pursuit of their hobby as did au enthusiastic navvy with whom Dean Hole once came In contact This man having obtained the posi tion of gatekeeper on a railway found himself the possessor of a barren gravel 1 pit as an apology fora garden The dean who know the spot well visited It some twelve months after the man had taken possession and the sight which mett his eyes astonished him Was It n mirage I saw upon the sandy desert There were vegetables fruit bushes laid fruit trees all In vigorous health There were flowers and Ithe queen lower In her glory Why I exclaimed what have you done to the gravel pit Lor bless yer he replied grin plug I hadnt been here a fortnight afore I swapped It for a pond A further Inquiry elicited the fact that this most ardent garden lover had after an agreement with a neighboring farmer removed with pick and barrow his sandy stratum to the depth of about three feet and wheeled it to tho margin of an old pond which had been gradually Oiled up with leaves and silt The rich productive mold from the pond he had taken home to his garden replacing it with gravel and leveling as per contract West minster Gazette Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cipple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberay Kelliher Minn without Buckleus Arnica alvo which cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scales Old Sores Bon Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store Peril In Spring Locks Parents should warn their children about the dangers of getting Into trunks or closets which have spring locks A little girl while playing the other day hid from her playmates in a trunk and the lid falling tho spring lock prevented her from lifting it and the result was she was dead when hqr mother finally looked for her there No child should be allowed to hide in closets either if the doors cannot bo oporjed from the inside- Bayberries For the Fire Bayberries and leaves dried give forth n delicious aroma when burned tin tho open Ore OryFOR FLETCHERS CASTC R I A + sue + CL 7 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE I Corrected 1to August 1 1909 147 I 145 II 143 141 DeilY Dally Dally Dally 9p 4 55 8 10 V M A M Lf5 08 f5 24 1909 f5 29 IU 14 f5 32 9 41 5 36 021 l5 3B 1923 f5 46 fO 30 fi 52 f9 84 1558 fU 40 107 9 49 6 16 fg 06 r J 23 ft0 03 1023 g aJ110 13 f0 45 flO 19 f6 53 flO 27 fl 00 fZ 04 fi6 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40 f6 153to 11 32 UI 25 fll 23 ti 16 fll Is 6 08 11 05 J flO 57 fS 42 J fl048f5 34 Iff1110 41 7 flO 3y f5 22 HO 21 f5 10 ClO 18 IB 08 5 07 10 07 4 15 10 53 fa 00 4 48 9 44 4 36 7 48 fi 38 t7 39 f91 33 f7 34 0 25 f4 17 7 20 fO 19 u 17 19 f4 04 l9 02 fZ 00 4 00 8 52 3 45 0 50 IS 38 f6 31 u f8 34 f8 31 0 3Q f8 26 f6 26 f 15 8 08 f3 07 6 OS 7 55 2 55 555rM 2 45 7 24 2 30 10 00 II A 84 M IIfl Slopes Where no shown trains Trains 145 146 reclining cars between Louisville Louis Pullman sleeper between Louisville Evansville Through Pul man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 at stations west of to discharge passengers fro of Cloverport No 144 at eastof Clovorport to discharge passengers fro of Cloverport Hartford LineV 11 f1118 11 fll 1146 5- 2f733 11204pm 18 Lv Cloverport Spottaville onSignalJ Cloverport STATIONS Irvington Basin Spring Garfield Harned Junction Hnrdlnsburg Junction Kirk McQuady Glendeano Dempster Falls Rough Rockvale Vanzant Asklns Oaks Jtltchel1u Fordsvllle Dundee Sunnydale Combs HARTFORD Daily Daily Dally Dally 725 740 20f7 551 55q60ll 1026 514 578 011 711 633 1328 1820 1619- f8 f6I5 813 f311 613 310 time DONOT STOP and curry free chair and Local and will stop east will stop stations west 738 2 4 DallyDally 11f89of924 f513 9 20 510 915 5O3 o 08 6 00 452f884 4110 8 2U 481 8 16 f 7 54 1427- f750 1423 1420f13f7307 84 f 0 56 f3 38 f 6 41 f 321 f 627 f3 07 6 00 a m 2 40 p JoborYes that is isrr WE do it it I I Iaa DONE R1GH t F 1f 1tr J t I A AUTOMOBILE FAD Big Green Parrot Rides In Ton neau Beside Milady i u STORY OF AIRSHIP INVENTOR Criticism ak a Picture Exhibition What Will Happen When Famous Artists Become Dress Designers Room Hung Witn Black Paper Dear Elsa What on earth will worn en do next in the name of fashion V It seems to me though that the limit has been reached when a live parrot is considered a smart automobile uc cessory During the winter llmouslucs have been turned into traveling con serratorlco by means of bright bunches oi flowers held In cut gloss vases lint it now looks us If an auto vlary were tbo ambition of the up to dnte woman who drives In a motor car La Modes I latest decree is tiny n big green parrot shall roam nt lil own sweet will about 4 4the toiiiKuu anal a handsome car was r actually VM ni nrnadwiiy the only occupants lit ulilch were n stunningly gowned wottum mul a great green pari mayIJ2I d pardl storyl I getter at a illaiur Wliimr Urllu and II IIpine capitalists IitHvstcd In airships r feast jiroKivxsoil In IIh Ill style but up to the last mur e Vrlil hiiil said h nothing about his wonderful Invention i iThe host losing patience with such unproll table modesty raid getting des Ipernte whispered to the neat of hUll or Say Wright get busy and talk j about your aeroplanes These people came here to form a company If you your11L1VrlghtIidrawled Dont you know that the Imiinilliliminiiliniiiiniilliililliiinitnnniiiuiiniiniiiin ininni WI I II MAKNISn TfATCU Iron IAthe greatest talker and the I1Ition flier of the whole bird crew I Lovely wasnt It The acadomy exhibition this season was a very Interesting one and I wish II you could have enjoyed the pictures i with me You know that dressmakers are now making It a part of their busi ness to see all the good portraits both I antique and modern with the object of gaining Inspiration for their de IIisigns I was very much amused at the criticism overheard from one of 1I dressISmudges blurred masses and Inc distinctness were tho three terrible accusations brousrht nsalust the gown lota lady pointed by an Impressionist artist Anti deep down in my heart I voted them deserved but 1 didnt ex pose my vlsws for I was ranking the rounds with one of the hung men a well known exhibitor Another ob jection raised by the couturier critic and ono with which nil people possessed of it Kciiso of humor will be in full accord is tho absurd practice of wind ing wisps of elillTon or tags of tulle around the arm of fair subjects Was It not MliMielangclp who said that beauty connlnied In the purgation of Bupertlultleti And this Is true no lesN of dross than of fate and form A pieta of crushed looking cjilffon or a ragged feat her boa thrown carelessly over the arm Is n superfluity In every sense of the word The stone critic took exception to the scarcity of htrim ming on tin painted frocks Tile very name trimming is suggestive of su perfluities of publicans of sinners It distracts the 1 c1t detracts from the Individuality of the wearer and It hovers perilously near vulgarity However tthis earplug critic sot my think tank as some one expressive Ily termed Ills brain working Why should not artists design gowns for their beautiful sitters to wear noth hag archaic or crushed nothing sad looking or mad looking nothing of r blankets or nightgown description In other words why shouldnt the ash ions of the season emanate from the Academy of Design It may be that artists nor too much engrossed In capturing the lpersonalities of their sitters to bottler about their frocks They may think that the portrayalof grandeur and moral quality Is of Inc finitelyI mnr importance So It Is I n IM sense but there Is Ho getting away from the fact that clothes have a cer tain relation to character I for In stance revel In tailor wades which probably accounts for my business acumen A celebrated French now elist once wrote I have theories about little things about gloves about boots about curls and so forth and 1 attach a great deal of importance to all this I have discovered that there Is n rein lion between the temperament of a woman and the whim or logic which makes her select such and such a stuff To come back to my original proposition artists as fashion designers Ifthoy would do this we should probably hear less in future about the ugliness of modern styles The term artistic has been too long applied to attire that Is limp and languishing to grewsome greens and Jaundiced yellows There Is really no reason why a chic frock should not be artistic as well and If our best artists would give some thought to the matter and re produce their Ideas on canvas fashion Instead of being as It often Is a distorted and ugly thing might become a synonym for grace distinction and beauty After this tirade I feel like a full fledged art lecturer But serious ly lies not Charles Dana Gibsons In sartorlnllworldplay tennis In TTtriiist tell you about my very sporty new watch fob that I nm going to use when traveling I am so tired of time piece bracelets and belt fobs The new trinket Is a mannish looking affair of leather a strap in fact exactly like that worn by the men suspended from the coat lapel that gives the watch enough leeway to drop comfortably into an upper coat pocket When this fob adorns my bluo serge traveling coat It will give an air of smartness to the costume I hesitated between pur chasing thin style rather than a heath er fob which hangs from the belt in the usual fashion but at the end has n round opening in which is incased tho tiny watch so that while the face shows the watch cannot drop out Tho clerIc explained that this fob had been especially designed for the business woman and as a real comfort It beatenTwill be horrified to know that I am having the living room papered In black Funeral Not a bit Listen to the scheme and you will gain some faint Idea of the dainty and cameolike finished effect The IandI tho wnll Is divided into rour root pan els with slender strips of white mold lug all around the room Oval mirrors lu white frames alternate with pic tures lu white frames Orange and red cushions will bo plied on the day enport and by the way Ive had nil the upholstered furniture dodo in tllli old fashioned material Several pieces of red and orange pottery are to be scattered about the room to give character to the dignified and otherwise cold background Picnic luncheons really restaurant parties nt which each guest orders anti pays for herself are the craze of tho moment Mother thinks the idea bar barous nod one can readily under stand tint with her old time Ideas of hospitality the notion would bo repugnant to ask a person to take a meal with you and expect her to pay her share of the bill However In these independent times tho old courteous methods lIe brushed aside and nobody seems to think there is anything odd about assembling a luncheon party at which each guest orders what she likes and pays for It No two persons I 8nllJ0Inte digestive biscuits and drank Q glass of milk another nuts and bananas u third roast lamb and peas and so on Truly this Is a mad social world but I am glad to live In these exciting days Ever most sincerely yours MABEL New York The Bid Rock Of Success ties in n keen clear brain bncked by in ilomitaljle will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid herflth that Dr Kings New Life Pills impart They vitalize every organ and build Up brain and body J A Harmon Lizomore W Va writes They arg the best pills Iiever used 250 nt Severs Drugstore The Cynics Cynics was Ithe name applied to a school of philosophers founded by An tlsthenos a pupil of Socrates The main tentH of the extreme cynics was that civilization Is a curse and true happiness can be obtained onlyI by ratifying Ithe most primary physical appetites which man has in common with brutes The generalI attitude of time cynics as distinguished from that of the stoics who regarded everything In the external world with I Indiffer ence was one of contempt They were not an Important philosophical school numerically but attracted attention largely by their eccentricities anti insolence On account Of their contempt for reflnemlnt their mime carne subse quently to be applied tto any one who takes n moan view of human lIe- N York American tempertesterThees Doans Ointment oures piles ec zemaany skin itching At all drugstores A Hero Tommys mailer lind made him a present of ti toy shovel and sent him out in Ithe wind lot to play with his I in by brother Take fare of hnhI now Tommy mind dont let anything t hurt him was mammas parting In t junction PresentlyI screams of an guish from baby sent the distracted I parent lying to Ithe sand lot For goodness sake Tommy what has happened I to the baby said she trying to soothe Ithe walling IlIfl1ntIThere was a naughty toy biting him on top of his head and I killed It withII the shovel was the proud reply Lip pincotts Because SheI tell you Ithe moral superiority of woman Is recognized In the lan guage Itself There Isnt any feminine for rascals Is there IleOf course not but thats bett ell usejj Shi Thats because there are no feminine rascalstChlcago Tribune Better Subscribe Today t ffr4 p C It represents a purchase of pne package of MOTHERS brandaof carczls And vlH be found In every packaa bearing the MOTllEIiS beand l lYoull find a coupon like this in every sanitary sealed package of Mothers Cereals The label guarantees that the products are the finest obtainable in America The t package warrants that the contents are weatherproofand I will remain sweet and fresh in any temperature and in any climateI By saving these coupons you can secure a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker absolutely free Saving the coupons will in the end save you 80 per centII of your fuel bill and even more of the bother of cooking Ask your grocer to tell you all about thehooker and about us If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals send us his name I and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir Here is a list of Mothers Cereals Mother Oats regular and family sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut i Moth ers Wheat Hearts the cream of Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Oatmeal the wheat Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MbRB OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONB CONCERN I OH BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS r x I + i e 6- x ROAD OiliNG DEVICE Portable Machine to Mix an Spread at Same Time WILL INTEREST ENGINEERS Process Is Cheap and It Is Expects to Revolutionize Work on Country Roads Cost For Treating Highways Will Vary Oiling of city anti country roads IIs rapidly becoming n recognized necessity throughout the United States timid St Louis mul St Louis county are us usual In Itime lead City streets have been treated for some time past anti residents of St Louis Bounty are plan ning to oil the main traveled roads Street Commissioner Travllln father ed oiling of streets InSt Louis and has made careful study of the proposition with a view to perfecting the work After months of study of conditions In St Louis and the equipment used In RODII OIL ASIIiALT TREATED other cities particularly In Europe he has evolved a portable oilasphalt melt- Ing and fluxing plant that will revolutionize the work Time plant is the first of Its kind In the world and will attract the attention of highway en gineers throughout the United 8tntesII Its cost Is less than 1200 and the process to be used has been given n thorough test Street Commissioner Travllla In de scribing the new apparatus and the progress of road oiling said The oilasphalt melting and fluxing port able plant Is a new departure In machin ery for road treatment After two years experience with light and heavy oils 1 be came satisfied there was room for Improvement by adding asphalt to heavy oil for road treatment and the result of this Investigation has brought about the con plantTherebeingdlscussetlof Improving our highways Thobillns of roads Is making considerable progress In time United States with good effect but much better results can be obtained by the appllcatton of a layer of hot oilas phalt compound to the road surface In this way the road absorbs the mixture and also forms a very solid coating and strong binder for the particles of sand and the larger stone m the macadam road which entries the load The dust which usually results from the wear of the road disappears and at time sanlb time the natural expense of keeping up time road Is diminished which more than compensates for tho cost of the process This comes from the great reduction of expense for sprinkling a road and scraping the mud as well as from time great durability of the roadbed The cost per square yard for treating the road by the new process will vary from 7 remits to 14 cents depending on the amount of sand timid asphalt used The plant consists of a melting and agi tation kettle mi ale pressure for fur fishing compressed air for agitating tbo oilasphalt and for forcing It from the kettle to a sprinkling wagon also a steam pump as an auxiliary for pumping heavy oil from the tank car to the melting kettle and a steam boil er for furnishing steam for the operation of the nit pressure and steam pump The kettlo has a capacity of 1350 gallons and Is divided tranvcrsely Into two equal parts ono compartment be lug intended for melting anti mlxlug tho oilasphalt the other for agitating the ollasplinlt The method of operation Is The oil asphalt compound is put in the kettle and the mixture melted and agitated front the low pressure reservoir to the required temperature and consistency when it is drawn Into tho closed com partment and then delivered to the sprinkling wagon by menus of an air pressure In tho meantime another batch Is being heated and mixed in the open compartment One hours time Is required for heating and agi tating lyno gallons St Louis lie public Good Road Notes Good ronds will make tho vehicles last longer Good drainage Is absolutely necoB unry In building a good road EveryJ man who owns an automobile n horso or 11 bicycle Is Interested In good roads The highway and roadside mire usu ally a fair index of the people living hi tho vicinity NooodTharee- The road drag will do nothing to mprove the highway so long as It lies unused at tho side of tho road rHi j 1 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businccs 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest cd in any of the following proprieties write us ut once for owners name and Iaddress If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties aa being productive and lair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business It you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together cnnblingobuycrsJno D Babbage 10 i mllu from Webster 2K miles frjtii nmlEOfurther Cloverport Ky 3 300NOaernsrnlles fron GustO r Irvlnstin well watered lavs wall good young orchard j Rood Yllrdstrodwelling with Kitchen on IllicIt porch two Rood barns b rn and tcncnt houso and cis tern back In time Hold neat and hen house wood shed will ellon easy payments plenty uddrelsfnoA7 ACRE FA KM 5 room cottage hull and y porch i In pood repair jRoodfstall stock barn two Rood side sheds crib good meat applespcacbesandfalling spring for stock water SOO yards east UllfhSchool2 000 For 10 micros four miles west of f oicndeano Smiles from brunch culttvatton corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwellInlf houseslmentpurposesgood3 950 3o2 acres on Uardlnsburg and milesfromonestorydwdllingsandblacksmithouthouseslao2 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash andgood easy terms on balance Fan MALIRtorehouse and dwelling corn StreetsCloverport wholelenuthexchange for a dwelling house in Cloverportm VODueWellCt 750 155 acres on llardlnsburg and milesfroma good big barn 80 acres In oak and beech timberHccchLimestonehindtobacco and fruit Plumy good water year round Terms ono third cash balance In easy payments Fon SALE A farm contulnlngiSO acres and under fence A nice cottage ct live i51 rooms two cisterns u walled collar with a store room over It two good stock barns one tenant house about 510 apple and poach trees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres deirubalance In woods 185 acres In grass several grovcsot black locust sufllclnnt for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekror on L II St L It It price Is 5000 or I long and easy payments Fon SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician I mi good town surrounded by goo prosperous farmers This Is Just the place for some young physician to step Into a good practice drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling Kor further partic ulars address JNO U UAKI1AOU Cloyer port Kv r T C WEEKLY- COURIERJOURNAL HNRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for 150I if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal III Daily CourierJournal One Year III I Sunday CourierJournal One Year 600 II 200 I III oJ We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this pa- peroDcc n v tt lQ ei For Sale at the Breckenridge News Office CLOVERPORT KY 41 cr- II t u TII I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 n your in advance I CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money 1 1 advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas- notify us When ordering a change in tho address subscribers should giv t heir old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1909 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Circuit J udgeTS Cholf For Commonwealths Attorney T II Layman For State Senator Gus Brown For County Court Clerk mC Vic Robertson For County Judge Mathias Miller For Circuit Clerk Leo Walls For County Attorney 1 V G Babbago For SheritrII G Vessels For Suderintcndent of Schools Too W Trent For Jailor William Gilbert For Assessor w Peyton Claycomb For Coroner Leo Bishop For Representative Dr J H Hart For Surveyor Clarence Hughes JUDGE MOORMAN THE MM Judge Henry Dellavon Moorman having served welland faith fully his county in the most responsible position within the gift of its citizens as tho youngest County Judge ever elected in Kentucky now aspires to servo bis State as a member of the Board of Control for Charitable Institutions a most responsible oilice in which there is a great field for energetic effort and helpful accomplishment The appointment is to be made by the Governor and the member must be a Democrat his term beginning January 1 1910 Ho has filed his application and it is supported by one of the strongest indorsements eyer given a young man for any honor The News the official oran of tho Democratic party in Breckinridgo county desires to lend its editorial endorsement to Judge Moorman as one of Kentuckys strong est and ablest young Democrats especially qualified by nature and experience to capably ill the position he seeks He comes of one of our States oldest and largest Democratic families Gen George Moorman at the timoof his death having been at the head of the Confederate Vetrans Association Judge Moorman served with Gen Castlenmn and the First Kentucky Regiment in Porto Rico As County Judge since he was 26 years of age he has managed the af fairs of one of the largest counties in the state with credit to himself and on the bench he has proved himself a disciplinarian as well as good lawyer In politics and as an editor he has fearlessly stood for what ho thought right regardless of consequences proving himself to be the highest type of public servant lie is honest energetic ambi tious and progressive and has never undertaken anything in which he didnot make himself felt In his party ho is backed by his State Central Committeeman County Chairman all the officials of his county both Democrat and Republican candidates many party officials of his district and many leading business men In Owensboro his former home he has an indorsement that is as strong us could be had In Louisville ho is indorsed by many of the leading men of tho South Democrats Re publicans business and professional men He will have good indorse ment from nearly every part of the State It is urged by other applicants that location is an important fac tor in the appointment If the law had contemplated filling tho posi tions by districts it would have so said We believe that true merit 1 and indorsement should be the basis of selection We know our applicant is a man of integrity ability and principle and that ho has as many friends as any man of his age in Kentucky in his party and out lie is worthy appointed or not appointed and his friends are for him THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES Peyton Clacomb of the Fourth District and the Democratic nominee for Assessor is one of the very best and eminently qualified young men in the county for the office Ho has had four years experience in the ollico as deputy under Mr Manning and the people of the county appreciated him Ho has under him as deputies J O Leslie of tho Fifth District Ben Taulof tho Second rind Roland Wat lington of the Third In no way could Mr Claycomb have con vinced the people that ho was fitted for the office for which he is a candidate more thoroughly than he has done in the selection of his deputies These men are wellknown in their respective communities They will secure votes for the Democratic ticket and they are a guarantee that the ticket Mr Claycomb represents is one of a high moral typo and that it is sure of election Of all the important offices in the county that of Sheriff takes rank With IT G Vessels at the head of the ticket and represent ing the Third District Sam Marshal of tho First Jim Seaton of the Second Charlie Butler of tho Fifth and Frank Ruppert of the Sixth the people of tho county are sure of prompt attention from the execu tive office Mr Vessels as Magistrate from his homo has made a re cord that no man in the county in the same capacity over excelled Sam Marshal has the experience having beon deputy under Mr Mil lor Jim Seaton is a business man who will devote tho same careful attention to the office that has made him a successful business man and Frank Rupport is well known for his sterling business qualities t and in his district in tho office of magistrate ho has won the respect and support of every one interested in the welfare of tho county and the people- S inl i c k ln ANTD== PU PKINS s Pumpkine5 in Gold for 2nd Biggest Pumpkin 1 Pumpkins to be Brought to Our Store Any Time Before Monday Oc tober 25 1909 Contest Open to Everybody If It will be understood that all pumpkins sent in by contestants will be donated to charitable organizations in Louisville after awards have been made Take Advantage of the Rebating Period Now On We Refund Railroad Fares according to the Plan of the R n A of which we are a member Bring in Your Pumpkins and do Your Fall and Winter Buying Our Stocks are Complete Our Prices Less 330338 W Market St Louisville BAcJONaINCORPORATED IyBigDepartment Stores t n The Republicans have no claims upon tho great rank and file of their party for the support of their ticket in this race Tho manner in which it was made up ought to condemn it in the estimation of the people The bosses put in a few fellows who had money and those who wore worthy and entitled to a place on the ticket were set aside If you want to break up the machine vote against them Only a few days remain now until the final rally Let there be- n strong pull and a pull together and there will bo no doubt as to the result The Democrats right now are in the lead There should be no stay at homes on election day among the Democrats Let every man turn out and this election will be won far the whole Democratic ticker Now is tho time for all Democrats to work Let there be u complete organization in every precinct and defeat in this election will be impossible That 500 majority that the Republicans are making so much fuss aoout will amount to nothing if the Democrats turn out and do their duty The candidates on the Democratic ticket arc good clean men and when elected they will give the county the best service she has over had Wo want every Democrat to go to the polls and vote on the 2nd day of November and victory is ours JOE W TRENT Joe W Trent in one of Breckenridge countys most cultured and educated young men and asfhe nominee for Superintendent of schools is one of the luckiest nominations the Democrat party made in the convention Ho is l qualified mentally and morally to come up to the standard of the most exacting As the superintendent of the schools of Breckenridge county he will continue the progress begun and so successfully conducted under tbe administration of Prof Whis responsible re than any otber several men for the advanced canditionof schools the county Joe Trent represents a part of the county fiat is in itself n guarantee that unless he was a fit man for the position he now seeks he could not have the hearty support he now has of Democrats and Republicans alik- eTOBACCO W B Taul said to a representative of the News 3esterday in speaking of the tobacco situation for this season I have found one thousand and four hun dred acres of tobacco in the Cloverport magi stet lal district Eight hundred twelve and onehalf acres pledged Fonr or five men not seen Mr Taul said the crop does nqt look as good as the tobacco did last year but the grow ers seem to be worKing hard and are very hopeful for a fine yield ir i Additional LocalII New Secondhand Store Goods bought and sold Also stoves and fur niture Come to see me You are wel comeA Scales Mrs HardawRY of Irvington spent Sunday with Mr Chas Pate 1 I Presbyterian Tea cleared 14 for the pocketbook of the church Louisville Market Report Louisville Oct 19 1009 Special WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 1 120 126 CornNo2while G- 6OatsNo2 mixed d- 5EggsMarket quite case count 20 and 22c candled 22 23c perIbIHc ducks 13c turkeys 13c Hogs Tops740 750 pigs Q 35 085 roughs 080 Sheep and LambsBest lambs GU 6c seconds 5 52fc fat sheep 3lSome I few hhda burley tobacco have been sold on this market The local Fiftyfouraverage of 11 Gj They were of inferior quality little or no color and mixed with common tobacco- BENhERSON ROUTE NOTES Kentucky Sunday School Association Owcnsboro Kentucky 105 Cloverport to Owensboro and re turn Oct 20 21 and 22 limited to Oct 26 Grand March of Masons Grand Chap ter Royal Arch 300 Cloverport to Louisville and re turn Oct 18 10 20 limited to Oct 23 I Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 Juno 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and J7jSept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 Until further notice xso 148 each Sunday vjill be held at Henderson for I connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m I GOOD ADVICE TO FARMERS To the Tobacco Growers There are a large number of farmers i this year who have tobacco that never grooved it before I notice in the strip ping of tobacco some make a great mis take in the stripping When stripping your tobacco you can make your crop bring you a good price or a low price f f d V c- I i f Ji 213 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky stripping your tobacco if you have 1In short red long red bright lent long bright leaf bright lugs red lugs trash long short dont tie them as y u take them from thestalkbut grade them as to lengths and color tie the leaves into medium hands neat and nice When you do this you will get the best pricesPutting the common leaves into a hand with good leaves the hand grades as common and you get the common price The farmer who grades his tobacco nicely ties it nicely and handles it nicely gets the best price always Saxton Dutschke in Union Sta- rSTEPBENSPORT Mrs Hebbie Robinson left last week for Indianapolis to visit her son Webb who is in business there Miss Pauline Moorman has a nice music class at Maceo and Yelvington I will take produce in exchange for millinery Mrs Payne Mr and Mrs J W French spent a few days at Dornsville the first of the weekMr and Mrs Chas Linns left Satur day for Owensboro to visit relatives nntdbestChas Hanks is homo on a furlow By having his time doubled for the time he has been in the Phillipine Island He has put in fifteen years in the army Miss Sallie Hiner of Dornsville was the guest of Mrs E L Connor Sunday If you want the best flout buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs J B Morgan spent the day Sunday in the country the guests of Mrs Annie Dieckman My prices for fall and winter hats are more reasonable thanyou can get anyplace elseMrs PayneII Mr and Mrs Chas Llnins will spend the winter in FloridaII Only a little cold in the head may he the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the Invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price SOc If you prefer to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the gook qualities of the sjoM= form of this remedy and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 7Sc with1 spraying tube All druggists or maLt ed by Ely Aros56 Warren Street Newt York f V J t + c a aP 0t ACATtRthRemedyf s Cream Balm la quickly absorbed Gives Relict1 at Once It cleanses soothes protectsUio brano resulting from Catarrh and drives thoIHAY FEVER Tasto and Smell Pull sizp 50 eta at Druggists or by mall In liquid form 75 cents Sly Brothers CO Warren Street New York the Breckenridge Newsr WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1900 I PERSONALI I IAND LOCAL J Postmaster Oelze was in Louisville School shoes at Sippets Shoe Store Otto Taguo is in New York for n few days Chas Fallen was in Louisville last week bliss Willis has returned from Louis Tlllei Forrest Blaine left last week for Delano Cal JMrs David Ditto of Dallas Texas is Visiting In Louisville Come to C Sippels and see the nice line of school shoes Chris Brabandt and J C Epley went to Louisville yesterday Vester Moore was in town Saturday and subscribed for the News Jess W Owen has been home from the South during the past week Mrs Miller and daughter Helen have returned from Stephensport Miss Jenny Green of Falls of Rough has returned home from Louisville Chas May Sr was in Louisville last weekattending Masonic festivities Senator William Lindsays death last week was a great shock to Kentucky Mrs Tousey went to Louis lle Mon day to visit Mr and Mrs Carl Lichen Mrs W L Skillman and Mrs H W Wendelken spent Monday in Louisville A little girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Croff Pate at Tar Springs Mr S U Sterrett of Hawesville was the guest of Miss Minnie Embry Sun dayJeff Dillon of Hardinsburg has ac cepted a position with the Henderson Route here Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis lttort Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday f and Thursday t Mr and Mrs Isadoro Popham of Mooleyville are gue4tn of Mr and Mrs Mike Popham IBeautiful braids rats hair nets puffs 1and the latest novelties for beautifying at Mrs Cordreys tYou can always get your moneys worth when you buy at the shoe store i Conrad Sippel- s Miss Florence Lewis Miss Bessie r Mitchell and Mr Ernest Popham spent Sunday at Addison s Nolte Bros will order the animal masks for the League Social Give them your order protntly Morrison Calhdon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky r Large handsome black beavers that are so popular this season have been received at Mrs Cordreys + Mrs Julia Shields and Mr Frank McGavock of Columbia Tenn are guests of Miss Lucy McGavock Miss Evelyn Hicks has just received t this week a new line of huts that are exItvemely stylish aud uptodate Miss Sallie Richardson of Union Thisis mark which is found on every bottle of the genuine Scotts Emulsion the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the I world Nothing equals- it to build up the weak and wasted bodies of young and old FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send tee name of pap r and this ad for our beautiful Savings B4nk and Childs SketchBook Knelt Lank contains a Good Luck Fenny SCOTT now E 400 Pearl St N Y u Star who attended tile funeral of Mrs James Younger has returned home When you are looking fir good fall and winter shoes call at the Shoe StoreC Slppel Mrs Thomas Ulainc and Mrs Chas Mucey of Stcphensport spool Monday und Tuesday here with Mrs Nathaniel Tucker Jnmes flood wtfnt to Henderson Sun day to see his mother Mrs Bridget Flood who is 111 She is seventyeight yearn of nge- Misses Lull Severs Edith acd Eva Plank Jenny Mublo Harris Cleona and SUlla Weatiierholt spent yesterday in Louisville James S Youngeraud little daughter Eudora tind Mrs Lucy Younger have r tuiued from a visit to Mr and Mrs McOlothlan at West Point Let your toy wear Good for Bad Boys shoes if you like the bov Sold only by Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Mr and Mrs David Fnitleigh of Louisville were guests of Mrs John BabbaKo Saturday Sunday they went to Oweushoro to ate Mrs Wathen Just received an extra good line of Mens Womens and Childrens shoes I for winter at Sippels Shoe Store Fred Fraize Dr Lightfoot Will Pate and their families are going to Indian Creek on a camping trip They leave on their boat Mary Jane tomorrow You dont have to go away front home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday Have your hats made to order to suit your own taste oy Miss Perkins of Cin cinnati She knows the art of millinery thoroughly and is giving perfect satisfac tion to Mrs Cordrey s customers Mrs Chas Skillman and Miss Eliza beth Skillman went to Morganfjeld Sat urday iu a large touring car Tho automobile was being taken to Morgan field by some people of that place who had been to Louisville to buy it Oscar Blaine who has be n the guest of his sister Mrs Grahnm Jolly for several weeks left Wednesday for Little Rock Ark where he has accepted a position in the Insane Asylum at that place Miss Evelyn Hicks is enjoying the largest trade since the opening of her millinery parlor and it is truly for the reason of her exquisite and classic line of goods If she hasnt what you want she will order it and your trade is greatly I appreciatedMrs Noel whose home ia in the East End was over i own shopp ing the other day witn Mr Noel This is the first time for months and months that Mrs Noel has been out side her yard She is a lovely wman and is a pleasure to Jier friends IISOCIETY NOTES i Miss Jane Warfield gave a most inter esting five hundred party Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Frank Fraize The guests included the mem hers of the club and Mss Fred Kraize assisted in entertaining 000- I Miss Hazel Holder most pleasantlyI entertained the Nineteen Hundred and Ten Class of C H S Friday after noon The members have a jolly time at Browns every Wednesday afternoon after school coo Mrs Wickliffe DsfHaven was hostess to the Rending Club Thursday afternoon at Rose Heights II 000- Herndon80yd Thursday The Hancock Clarion pub lished the announcement the engage ment of Miss Isabel Herndon to the Rev Robert S Boyd who is pastor of the three Presbyterian churches Haw esville Morrison and Lewisport Miss Herndon is the neice of Congressman and Mrs Clark of Bowling Green Mo The wedding will take place next Tuesday 000 Mr und Mrs Frank Maltincly enter tained most delightfully Sunday atliThe Cnstle in honor of Dr McDonald who left yesterday for Louisville to resume his studies at the University A five course luncheon was beautifully served at 1 oclock The remainder of the afternoon was spent in taking kodak pictures and having a good time in gen eral The guests were Misses Ray Heyser Cleona Weatherholt and Louise Batbage Dr Boone and Mr Lafe Be lien 000 SmithCaspere Announcement is made of the engage nleut of Miss Agnes Smith to Dr Wm Casper Tho wedding will take place October 27 at St Michaels church in Cannelton the home of the couple Dr Casper has been practicing denistry once a week in Cloverport for some time and is splendidly thought of here The young society people feel that they know his fiancee for tlieyhave heard so many lovely compliments about her J t X J A ITCHING SEEMED TO BEINCURABLE Terrible Red Patches on Face and Arms Made Victim Ashamed to be SeenSuffered Intensely for Ten Months Expert Treatment Gave No ReliefTwo Sets of the CUTICURA REMEDIES ENTIRELY CURED HER II About two years ngo I contracted eczema and suffered intensely for about ten months At times I thought I lilytacored patches so that I was ashamed to go out 1 was advised to go to n doctor dlslasesbutevery known remedy with the eamo getbettertry tho Cutlcura Remedies So I tried tthem as tho last resource and I am very glad that I did for after four or five applications of Cuticura Ointment I was relieved of my unbearable itching 1 used two sets of tho Cutlcura Remedies Soap Ointment and Pills nnd I am completely cured I always recom mend Ctitlcura to any ono that is auf fering and in every case it seems to cure Miss Barbara Krai 020 Mt Pleasant Avo Highlandtnwn Md Jan 9 OS Fretful Babies Suffering from Skin Humors Soothed to Sleep by Cuticura A warm bath with Cnticurix Soap and a gentle olIltmensweetest of omolIi ents afford immediate relief in tho most dis I Itchingi crusted humors ecze mas rashes inflamma tions irritations and chaflngs of infancy nnd childhood permit rest and sleep and point to n seedy cure when nil other remedies faill Guaranteed absolutely nuro and may bo used from tho hour of birth Cutlciir1 Snap 25c Ointment 50c Hcwolfent IiUcl and Chocolate Coatrd Pills 25o are void tnrourhout the world Potter Drus A Chem Corp Bolo Props 117 Columbus Ave llostnn- ayMailedI tree Cuticura nookon Bklu Diseases not only horn Dr Casper but from other Cannelton folks Dr Boone will be an usher of the bridal party This afternoon The Girls Club will open for this season atliThe Den the home cf Mrs Ira D Behen Mr nnd Mrs Alvin Simons gave a z z t I i JWartsJ i M hh I ot r I WA lFneRrllntcl a rood loratlon Is open In a thriving town for n contractor knowsblsatlIreMX1 pntlroiyMOligM1iNlrvingtou Felt HALE A farm of one hundred and farmPriceAndressairaStreetLouisville beautiful dinner Sunday in honor of Rev and Mrs Graves Covers were laid for them and the following Hrof Tanner Mrs Dunn Mr HJ MaySr Ctfstll and Henry May Sinlo- usROSETTA Rev W B Hardin who has been re appointed to this circuit filled his regu lar appointment Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Mercer left Monday for Kingswood to attend the quar terly meeting They were accompanied by J O Willis of Kingswood who has been visiting his son J W Willis and family for threeweeks past Born to the wife of H A Gross on Oct 16th a 12 pound boy Mr Charlie Priest is quite sick this weekIf you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Charlie Mercer visited Miss Cora Dowell of near Bewleyville Sunday Editor of the News J D Babbage of Cloverport attended church here last SundayJohn Kasey of the firm of Kasey Alexander spent Wednesday in Louis ville purchasing goods BREAD SHEETING The Sun Dried Dough of the Land of the Pyramids- In the land of the pyramids when ever coffee Is brought Into a visiting guest the sun cooked bread sheeting is always served therewith It looks like so much chamois leather and is of sweetish taste being compounded sole ly of flour and the expressed pulp of sultana raisins It Is cleanly to handle and can be crumpled up in the hand without fracture Tills broad sheeting is a most Important article of interior commerce per r rntctravnnuamouI tlio Aslntlp lmll E QII 101 Jill 001SJI 0fJ ffl Colder Weather Q El Brings newer life in all departments j 0 Ol 7f uI 0 ci Shoes Hosiery Flannel Shirts Underwear Caps Corduroy Pants Cloaks Furs Muffs Mufflers Scarfs and all kinds of Cold Weather Comforts 0- LET US SHOW YOUe 0 0 Itil tEll Q j C NOLTE BROlQ IDJ CLOVERPORT KY lfiJ IIIQ0 Jill L101 Jill CIO JtQO fats uticl bazaars It has for thousands of years boon their combined bread cracker and cake all in one The bread sheeting Is used in the countries of origin as minor articles of furniture and furnishing Just as the natives of the tropics make a bewil dering variety of uses of the cocoanut palm nnd its products as sun blinds awnings lanterns cashiers for hold Ing papers und so on through a dozen uses In their dry climates these uses are practicable but In rainy seasons the goods if wetted collapse like paper almost Even in Manhattan among the Ital ian bakers you see the peculiar trellis work hardtack bread made In big ring ed sheets about a yard square made to do duty us temporary shelving It will not stand much weight but Is used for drying out light articles as the air strikes tthe objects both from below arid nboveBakers Weekly Subscribe Right Now Ym ffi CORNERto STONE LAYING III I CHURCH OFeII- II St Marys of the Woods III II M II III McQUADY Kentuck- yTHURSDAY II- II III I Oct 28 1909 II I 11 FREE DINNER III EVERYBODY INVITED II L BRING YOUR FRIENDS eI I Ih O f i iQ BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we nppre ciate your business and in fluence Interest pnidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky DR W M CASPER DENTIST At Clovurportovory Wednesday and Thurs day ut Dr Ltclitfoots Office rA pA- f YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You IIEyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed f I Severs Drug Co J1 1 Kryptok Invisible Bifocals Take the place of Two Pair of Glasses and are made in ONE piece NO CEIUENT Inquire about them when you conic to Louisville SOUTHERN OPTICAL CO Incorporated 4th and Chestnut Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 14 i J t a1- i r PAID IN- FULL I I Novelized Walters From By Greai EugeneII JOHN W IiARDINGC- opyright JI 1903 by G W Dillinjhtm Co To bo Continued CHAPTER VII OMETIIING untoward was hap S pening or Impending at the ex tensive piers and docks of the LatlnAmercan Steamship company on South street Manhattan This Lad been evident from tin early hour tor when as whistle sounding time up proached the workmen trooped toward1 the docks and warehouses to begin their dally toll they found groups of policemen stationed about the ap proaches to the LatinAmerican line property On the faces of the men who entered Its gates was an expres lion of expectancy and determination The earliest man to arrive saw tile tall gaunt form of Mr Smith the superintendent standing at the door of tho office building Ho had been working hard while they slept but there was no evidence of his all night labor upon his cheerful visage nor was any sign of anxiety or of tho knowl edge that any unusual situation had arisen discernible in his phlegmatic demeanor lIe appeared to be enjoy ing tho morning air and his cigar without a care In the world His presence there at that hour was the only Indication that he expected trou ble Ho had not allowed one police man to remain within the gates hard ly a man passed In but saluted him verbally or with a touch of tho hat and not a salute was given without being acknowledged To some he re sponded with u genial smile and a Hello Tom or Howdy BUI Mbon they had started their work which was to IHJ stopped completely at 10 oclock he vanished upstairs nor otthethe strike leaders began to go among the restless mon Then he sauntered out ordered work stopped and mount Ing a crate of merchandise assembled the men about him 1You jlO Rthe suld In his slow dls tinsto quit at 10 oclock because some mody tolijou yoju u Lt toe getting mopay riida was i fused Well this Jisa free countryand every mans rtght to sclF his laWWerol JlftJlkes Itud at what price he likes Is guaranteed him by the constitution If you want to walk out of hero you J rx ftTCCo do oIlint If you take my 0iSe8 here interrupted ono of thi leaders Vouglily pushing to the front we nlut askln no advice from you nor no one elseI What wo want is money Do we get that raise or dont we If wodo nil right If we dont we quit here und now and thats all there Is to 1L A murmur of approval greeted this ultimatumNo the superintendent I aint going to leave you In doubt about It for tt minute You dont got 1L Then shut up ordered the man We aint goiu to lose our time Us tenln to no cheap talk Weve voted to quit and till talk Is off All right retorted Smith Con sider youve all quit Now that being the case you have heaps of time on your hands and are likely to have for an indefinite period unless you have provided jobs for yourselves In antic ipation of this Ive got something Id like to say to you Those who dont want to hear mo dont have to As I said this is a free country Go ahead JImsy cried a voice In the crowd Youro all right Youve always given us a square deal I hope so ho replied Jand one square dealI deserves another Aw come on follows admonished the leader Were not kids A strikes a strike This aint no debatln bee and we dont belong to no mutual ad miration society Some of the men turned away but others voiced the view that a hearing ought to be given to the superintendent since he wished to speak to them and seeing that their fellows remained the others soon returned- I havent got u lot to say and Im no preacher ho continued What I want to give you Is not a lecture on what youve got to dothats your businessbut an explanation in your Interest I want to tell you thing- yothcr people havent told you and that you evidently dont know Please let me got through then you do as you like I dont have to tell you that the rate of pay is governed like everything else by the law of supply and demand What Is the situation today We have hud rush work for several weeks and tho docksI hero and all along tho water front are choked up with freight But back of this although you may not know It the rail roads everywhere are laying off freight cars mills are laying off men and signs point to a serious slump In bus ness nil over the country which will reach here soon Tho Indications are that In the natural course of things during the coming winter there wont be work for moro than halt of you and that ypull peed badly all the AJ Easy Confinement II you have cause to Scar the pains of childbirth remember that tbey are duo to weakness or dti case of the womanly organs and that healthy women do Sot suffer like weak ones The specific medicinal vegetable Ingredients of which that famous female medicine and woo manly tonic WINE OF CARDU WOMANS RELIEF Is composed will build up the womanly organs to a healthy state and thus prevent needless suffer fag Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Schuhartlt of Mona ment Colo I had such bearing down pains I didnt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me fines12lb babywas sick only thirty minutes and did not even have a doctorAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing Bymp DentTheChattanooga Tenn 12 36 1 spare coin you can save now in viu chose this very time to demand an In crease from the company and give It eighteen hours notice Including twelve nonworking hours in which to think It over I dont call that a square deal whatever you may think about it Now the country towns are full of men anxious to get jobs and the com pany notwithstanding the short no tice is fully prepared for a strike In that shed yonder tire 1000 cots put there during last night and provision has been trade to food JOOO men for several days Captain Wllllnms An outburst of curses and yells greet Id this mention of tit presidents name with cries orl know WilliamsICnptujn WllfinmsV1 wont on the su perintendent calmly sacs that any man who goes out on strike now will- never J enter the employ of the line again In this or any other port And I Ill see personally to It that he doesnt This man here said n strike hud been decided on Lint anybody who wants tllIstay and work Instead of making nII fool of himself by quitting will IJII 1 WI put it up to you and youre made good raucn care or Ill promise that Thats all Its up to you Amid dead silence he got down from the crate and returned to his office The men remained assembled for consultation and In the crowd were many doubtful faces It was clear that Smiths calm drawled harangue had made n profound Impression Just as in private life he attracted the warmest friendships so In business to which ho gave strict and intelligent attention he earned the respect of all with whom he had to deal The strike leader mounted the crate and amid the applause of tho hot headed and discontented delivered himself of a fierce denunciation of the opprgsss ive corporation and of its dock super intendent ns a flour flusher nnd a dispenser of con talk meaning there by pf words Intended to deceive But there were too many who knew that Smith was neither For my part one of the laborers said Ive sot a wife and six kids the oldest of which Is nine I move that we take another vote on this hero strikeThe motion was adopted with acclamation The result of the ballot was overwhelmingly in favor of remaining atworkWhile delegates appointed to Inform the superintendent that there would be no turnout were waiting upon him In his office the other men passed the shed Indicated by Smith pushed open tlin door and gazed In while others JK Vrowdod ftp behind them Arranged nil around the vast space were neat white cots and In the center Were long tables and benches SayHremarl1 one of the men JImsy Smith aint no bluff Is he For a slow spcnkln and movln man hes the liveliest hustler I ever seen Half an hour later Smith once more lowered himself Into the chair beside the presidents desk WelI said Captain Williams gruff ly I understand the strikes off Yep was the reply lIowdid you do It Told em the truth The captain regarded him from under his bushy eyebrows brought to gether in his usual frown- I guess you dont often lie Smith Not more than I have to What preparations had you made for trouble Three thousand hired army cots in No 2 shed with tables and benches Then theres these He laid before the president a num her of bids for supplying rations threw times a day to from GOO to 3000 men and telegrams froth various towus worded something to this effect On terms offered can ship 200 men with in fortyelsht hours Williams read each paper carefully A strike at this time would have meant heavy loss to tho line he ob servedSmith nodded Then the captain gave utterance to the highest compliment he had ever made to n man In his life- I put it up to you he said and youvo made good I guessed It was likely you would Have n cigar CHAPTER VIII I Captain Williams had I NrUOUGH Mrs Brooks that he them no grudge because of her husbands attack upon him lie dill not return again to the little tint and it was some tlmo before Mrs Harris and Beth favored them with another visit But this did not trouble the young couple a bit Commencing on that night when he had insisted on taking his wife to a place of amusement Joes conduct to ward her hud undergone a change Instead of returning compllteII pressed and irritable he was nearly I always In good humor and affectionately considerate They needed no other company than their owu and oc casionally Jlmsys The happy transformation had been bjQUgliCvnbout by tin unexpected bit of luck At Toe explained it to his de ilghletiifeaim Ills capacity of collector he had Jjeconio very friendly with the mnnager pt a concern which transacted business with the steamship company vand this gentLeman hudI Offered him 10 rt week to render when Cermjjxd certain little services In the matter bf collectionsI which Jie was 1l1 to I tllont fing tLQJ x ant with the untie tits Lath American line paid him for perform ing It was Just the amount of the ii vance he Jind asked for and which Captain Williams hjul refused io gheI him and It represented the difference Ggjta painfulsjiarhlg anti 2Ql jiaraltd eiieAnd flint iltonll One thing 1li idlingto another 1 6e vas enabled now and then to oarlTan extra 5 or 10 from other sources With this prosperous turn In his affairs the self confidence and assurance that long had abandoned him under his repeated disappointments and fall ure to make headway returned Mo rose suplneness gave way to vim and energy Ills old optimism had revived In most extravagant form lIe began to be interested In the price of real es tate and automobiles Ills wife with the sobering recollection of the gulf between talk and achievement of desire und possession was careful to build no hopes upon these fabrics of vision though she was too wise to seek to restrain the ardor of his Imagination She did however take with gratitude what the gods had given1 pending the bestowal of possi lily greater favors The substantial addition to their means enabled her to hire a woman who when she felt like It did the dirtier work of the house hold that had been such n tax upon her Little toilet necessities nnd acces sories made their appearance Brooks when he had made an extra good week insisted on lavishing his addi tional earnings upon her New and suitable clothing restored her self re spect and the pleasure that every woman feels or should feel In making herself attractive Mrs Harris and Beth could not fall to notice the change and it hind n gradual but marked effect on their at titude toward d Brooks which became more civil and cordial Emma de dined to gratify their Inquisitiveness beyond admitting that Jde was getting on To all leading questions she returned evasive answers one reason being that deep resentment rankled In the heart of her husband for the lofty disdain under which he had suffered for so long and that he objected em phatically to the revelation of their private affairs to anybody even to JImsy Besides as he bad pointed out It would not be to their interest for the Intelligence that he was doing outside work to reach Captain Wil liams ears lIe would cither bo dropped or so much would bo given to him to do that there would be no time In which to devote his energies so lucratively elsewhere The force of this could not fall to bo seen by Mrs Brooks and thus placed on her guard she was all discretion Soon Joe was doing so well that they decided to take a larger fiat and en gage a regular servant Another piece of luck came to Joe so unlooked for in form so nmnzlnnlv + t TiwT ForLame An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the bloodrelieves congestion and gives permanent as vell as temporary relief Heres the Proof Mr JAMES C LEE of 1100 ath St SEwn8lilnstonDC writes Thirty years ngo I roll from a scaffold nntl eerf ously Injured my back I suffered terri bly at times from the small of my back all around my stomach was Just ni If I had been beaten with a club I used every plaster r could got with no relief Sloima Llnlinont took tho pnln right out and I can now do us much ladder work as any mean In the shop thanks to Sloans LinimentMr ursl After being afflicted for three rears with rheumatism I used Sloans Liniment and was cured sound and well and am glad to say I havent been Mylegmy knee Onehalf n bottle took tho pain nnd swelling out Sloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints Prices 25c50cand 100 onhorecattle antaDr E rrSIUSloan Boston Mass USA Back substantial that it almost made Emma crazy with joy Lookiug out of the window about supper time and wishing that her hus baud would come she noticed a cab drive up to the door and to tier sur prise saw l1121 husband leap out of it lie bounded up the stairs two jit a time breathless with excitement and emptied froml leis pockets on to the table a heap of notes and gold Then Iio seized hold of her mid forcibly w tzcAr jjround the room JJlnnflv ho sat JJer Ipanting und be vts retlIn n chalcand pushed time rtojvard her M = There llttlb woman ho gasped thats for you nil of It every penny of It You know thatt three days win n iTinsy smiled oi that trip of1111 litiiiVJI iuljth Amerleuu bf ciuf Wjillamg sVouj too and that they are to Tie gone for ttwo or threw months hell Ill slviyuuI In mlllloii clniiHts and youll never come rentI guisslng the deceitl thing Williams lld Hi red ogrilzed my services to the omimiiy at last by promoting me t head a new exchange and cull m tI II II department with a salary of 3GO a month the raise to date from si months back Heres the six months batik pny1800 It was Knunas Iturn to gut up and waltz when sill had recovered some what fruit tier astonishment They decided at her suggestion t celebrate their good fortune forthwith by n bamiuet royal for two at one of the fashionable restaurants Hnstll she donned her prettiest costume tint they set out Never land she been So vivacious never more charming Notshe snit Joyfully youll lit able to get a dress suit and I can have a piano The lack of a piano always had been cause for keen regret Then she began to consider how they might live more comfortably than they had been doing loe proposed that they should avoid tire housekeeping and servant problems altogether by living In tin apartment hotel He thought this would be within tlieli means If they furnished the apart meat themselves He did not think It would cost more than living In a tint Emma fell In with this view with ea ger enthusiasm Investigation proved the plan a little more expensive than they hind bar gained for but they had what tip pea red to Emma to be a fabulous sum of money on hand and they found an apartment which so pleased them In a hotel where the arrangements appear ed to be satisfactory that they decided to take It Then Emma with a light heart and a full purse which however did not remain long In Its bulging condition experienced for the first time the unalloyed felicity of shopping to her hearts content and the tangible re sult of her peregrinations was a charmingly furnished nest conspicu ous among time objects In which was her coveted Plano Most women rtre troubled with Kid ney complaint and you know very tnnnv serioun and even fatal diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles If you will take DeWItts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Trythem nnd see how really good they are Be ware of imitations pills that are intend ed to deceive you Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by all druggis s a ti 4- A Oe W II Mi Jillllll r + r 1II IiowMru President A n SKILLUAN Cashier ttW L LtotiTroOT VIcoPresldont OIIAS SKILLMAK AsstOashler The Old Reliable c BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the latest equipment oryIIInterest paid on time deposits Business 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tAgrlculturotCopyright 1997 by American Press t Association i iOUa few years after the young orchard Is set out It will do better If It Is cultivated Dur I ing these first few years be i toro the trees come into bearing it is neither necessary nor desirable to let the land He idle Some cultivated crop t ip otiing the orchard the needed cultivation jprn 19 not a very good crop for this I fflrpose since it grows too rank shady Ing the young trees and depriving them of their share of the moisture supply Potatoes are one of the best crops that t can be grown In a young orchard f Squashes and cabbages also fit in well vegi i garden the orchard during t the first few years Small fruit cau 1 1also be profitably grown as a filler crop Where bush fruits are used however they must be cut out as soon as the orchard comes Into bearing hatever crop is grown it should not f 1FIG XXXI PLUMS HANGING TRIOS come within three or four feet of tho young trees as they need plenty of sunlight and moisture The filler crop should receive fre quent and thorough cultivation As soon as the land can be worked in the spring it should be plowed unless this has been done the fall before After plowing the disk or spring tooth har row very effectively breaks up tin clods and fines the surfce A final harrowing will complete the process of getting the soil in shape- Cultivation There are two principal objects In cultivating the orchard In the first place cultivation as explained in ar o tide No 2 liberates plant food and so r enables the plant to make a faster growth It Is a wasteful practice to apply fertilizers to the orchard until you have made the fertility that is al ready there available by cultivation The second reason for tillage is to conserve moisture and promote deep j rooting The upper layer of a cultivated soil is dry and in consequence the roots will turn downward to seek a t layer in which there is more moisture 1 1Atthe same time tho upward rise of 1water by capillarity is checked Just at t bytf tofoisture for orchard trees since they l must have large quantities If they are to produce profitably A full grown 1 1apply tree gives off as much as 250 gal Ions of water a day through Its leaves luring the summer mouths Cover Crops As the trees come Into bearing the I growth of a cultivated crop between the rows should be discontinued So- meIcultl vnUon however will still be nec If the best results are to bo se One of tho best means to give this is by plowing and preparing the I soil in the spring and then sowing clover or some legume as a catch crop This w111 supply tho soil with nitrogen I and humus end keep It in good phys ical condition Calves sheep or bogs I i imay bo turned Into tho orchard in the tall to cat the clover or it may bo plowed under the next spring I The trees will bo so Largo by this I time that it will be impossible to cul tivate close to them nor is this neces I sary since tho feeding roots are f- arIt her out in the spaces between the The space close around tho may be seeded to blue grass or some other perennial As the orchard gets older it may be left In clover for two or three years I andIorchardIa hog pasture the hogs will keep the loosened up sufficiently at tht i time adding considerable forth lti ltisoll In such a case all the treatment i Is necessary Is an occasional ro ilseedlng4 If well fed the hogs will do tfno Ulago to the apple trees On othe other hand they will do a greatt I Women as Well as Mon are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble minddiscournJtes druggists pamphlet all vigor cheerful ness disappear when the kidneys are of order or easedKidney trouble has mon a to be born kidneys If child urinates too if the scalds the flesh or if when child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bcdwet ting append upon it cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a made miser able kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by in fifty cent and onedollar mayhaveby mail free also a telling and soon out dis prevalentthat for child afflicted with weak the often urine the the the supposeWomen with clbwampKooUincluding monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle deal of good by eating wormy fruit arid thus destroying the worms Where It Is not convenient to allow hogs or sheep In the orchard nn occa slonal load of well rotted stable ma nure will bp beneficial Do not pile this around the trees but scatter It evenly over the ground Wood ashes nre n good substitute for manure but can seldom be obtained In sufficient amounts to be used to advantage If the orchard Is properly attended to from fate start little pruning will be necessary It Is much better to pinch off a twig occasionally than to cut off a branch ns big us your arm a few years later It takes but a little time to go over the orchard In the spring and clip off such twigs as do not seem to be needed The object should be to produce nn even spreading some what open head If It ever docs become necessary to remove large branches they should be cut close to the trunk and the wounds painter with white lead It Is better to do tilts severe pruning In the winter be fore the sap begins to run Spraying For Insects One of the most effective means of securing large crops of fruit Is spray- Ing Fruit trees of all kinds are sub ject to many Injurious Insects and dis eases which If loft to themselves will materially lessen the yields There are two kinds of Insectsbiting and suck Ing The former can be combated bj means of poisons sprayed upon the leaves The sucking Insects of which plant lice are the most common exam ples cannot be killed In this way since they drill Into the plant and suck the Juices The most effective remedy for them Is some Insecticide which will kill by contact like kerosene emulsion This Is mado by dissolving half n pound of soap In a gallon of boiling water adding two gallons of kerosene and churning the mixture violently un til the oil Is thoroughly mixed with the soapsuds This Is diluted with nine times as much water before using It may be applied with a spray pump whenever the lice are trouble some and Is a very effective remedy The biting Insects aro by far the most troublesome In the orchard Of these the codling moth probably does the most damage It Is the larvae hatched from the eggs of the codling moth that cause wormy apples The tent caterpillar and canker worm at tack the leaves sometimes stripping the tree bare There Is no better remedy for these Insects than paris green dissolved In water at the rate of one pound to 100 gallons Three pounds of freshly slaked lime should be added to prevent Injury to the foliage Paris green can also be used for the plum curcullo and for the other Insects which attack time plum and cherry Tune foil age of these trees Is more tender than that of the apple however and for that reason some less severe Insec ticide such as arsenate of lead dis solved at the rate of three pounds to fifty gallons of water Is better Spraying For Fungous Diseases Tho most troublesome fungous dis eases are apple scab plum pear and cherry leaf spot and peach leaf curt Tho most efllclcnt fungicide Is bor- deaux mixture This Is made by dis solving four pounds of copper sulphate and four pounds of lime in fifty gal Ions of water The object of a fungi cide Is not to cure diseases but to pre vent them These fungous diseases spread by means of spores which are carried from leaf to leaf by the wind When they alight on a leaf especially If the surface is a little moist they grow and produce another center of disease If the leaf Is covered with a thin coating of the copper sulphate mixture the spores are killed before they start to grow Since fungicides aro preventives rather than cures it is Important that they bo applied early In order to save time parts green may be added to the bordeaux mixture at the rate of four ounces tr fifty gallons or arsenate of lead at the rate of two pounds to fifty gallons and one spray ing made effective for both Insects and jliseascs If you have many fruit trees It will pay to send to the experiment station for a spraying calendar which will K oJ- U U FIO XXXllHAltVKSTINa APPLE CHOP give full directions concerning time and manner of spraying For apples the first spraying should be given about time time the first leaves burst the buds the second Just before the blossoms open and the third just be fore they fall If necessary a fourth spraying may be given from ten to twenty days after the third In late July or early August another spraying should be given for time second brood of the codling moth The two most Important sprayings are Just before the blossoms open and Just after they fallBoxes are better than barrels for marketing high class fruit us the fruit can be presented more attractively In this way Where Is nn advantage In n small package too us people will often buy a box of apples when they would never think of buying n barre- lNOTICE 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 Antiquity of Nicknames The origin of the word ns well na the exact date of appearance of the custom of nicknaming Is unknown Such names are as old nt least us the most venerable chronicles for upon diving Into ancient history we have no trouble ut till In proving that Plato was called the Attic lice and Socra tes Old Flat Nose There Isnt tie least doubt but that ninny of our sur names come from nicknames applied to our ancestors such for instance as Dollarhlde Oxenrlder Bright1 Llghtfoot Wnlklngshaw Hed lend Longman Longfellow etc Julius Caesar was popularly styled Haldhead mind even the third Rum eses Is said to have been known by an Egyptian word which signifies lImpy No one has been able to escape the blighting or benign Influence of the nickname Kings queens philosophers divines statesmen as well as many other eminent persons have hreh made to prosper or suffer by having some appropriate or ridiculous sobriquet be stowed upon them For a clear bead a stout heart and strong mind DeWitts Little Early Risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for anything where a salve is needed and is espec ially good for Piles Sold by all druggists No Time For Little Boys An Edinburgh gentleman dlecltho oth er day and ti small boy open eyed and silent watched while the coffin was placed in the hearse Have you said your prayers Wil lie said his mother after tucking him limbo bed thiit night No mitniimi said Willie Well army tthem now Im not going to say nay prayers tonight replied Willie with the all of tine who loud fully made up his mindBut you must No not tonight Willie persisted Why notV asked the mother in as tonishmentIts use said Willie They will be so busy In heaven tonight unpacking Mr Jones that they will have no time to listen to the prayers of little boys Edinburgh Dispatch Its A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regarJ The world crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowded Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and lagriope vanish It bents coughrAcked membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemor rhages cease Dr Geo Moore Black Jack N C writes It cured me of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors sOc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Just a Ruse Will you take something to drink With pleasure The photograph was taken and tho sitter said But what about that little invitation Oh sir that Is just a trade ruse of mine to give a natural and interested expression to tho face London An swers CBIQdren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI Use Our Want Column u Y CHRISTMAS WORK For the Early Birds Who Begin Work Soon DESIGNS SENT FROM PARIS Many Varieties In Work Bags and BasketsTrays and Picture Frames Covered With Decorated Silks and SatinsNew Embroidery Case It Iia never too late to trend or too early to blln making Christmas presents Illustrated you will timid n now embroidery silk case that will be appreci nted by nil needlewomen The cover of this Is composed of a piece of art linen twentytwo timid a half Inches by thir teen Inches with the hem folded about seven elghtiis of nn inch wide all round and pressed with a hot Iron Tho out side and inside are then featherstitch cd but the hem Is not stitched until the case is put in tho cover The case Is made of two pieces of white cotton duck One Is cut seventeen inches long by nine and one hnlf inches wide l w I CAItl HODEK timid the other is nine and threefourths Inches long by nine and onehalf inches wide Cut ten strips of white cotton tape seveneighths of nn inch wide and seventeen strips onehalf Inch wide to weave on this piece of duck Bind the sides with tape Place on the larger piece middle to middle und stitch them together The folding leaves are n part of the larger piece of duck They are eight and throefourths Inches by three and onefourth inches One side has tape Interwoven ns described three strips of the wide und fifteen of the narrow The other side has three leaves of flannel notched for needles html with narrow tape place in the cover and stitch all round down the middle to the cover A conventional design is embroidered on the outside of the cov er and the word Silks Is worked on the outside In families where Card playing Is a favorite amusement it of ten happens that when the game Is suggested In the evening a great search has to 1 be made for the park of cards The card holder seen In the rut If owned by such a family would obvi ate the trouble on the principle of a place for everything and everything In its place It Is merely nn ordinary bag of silk or art fabric arranged with two pieces of cardboard the depth of the cards tacked back and front as it were of the receptacle This support makes It easier to gather up till cards than when they are tossed In a lloppy bag To designate the holder for UK purpose a playing card Is embroidered on one or both sides and the word Cards In fancy lettering Is conspicuously displayed The holder is drawn up with gold cord A novelty that Is distinctly Parisian Is tho fashioning of nil kinds of bass CASE FOIl UMUItOIUEUT BILK trays workbaskets photograph frames etc of silks and handsome fabrics or namented with sequins and tiny rib bon flowers Spangled net is often mounted over silk or satin and further decorated with gold or sliver lace Toilet sets are too covered with brocade finished with fancy gulmpe and are most effective on a dainty dressing table The fabrics are attached to tho pieces by means of a well distributed surface of photographers paste Tasty Luncheon Dish Spread thin slices of toast with but ter and anchovy paste Puba poached egg on the top of each slice turn over tho whole a drawn butter sauce flavored with anchovy sauce and servo very Clots EIJIE1 lfE1 II LOW ONE WAY RATESICalifornia Oregon mid Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tana Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta I Saskatchen and a few points in Texas For tickets on sale IISept 15 to BY Oct T1- 1ESOUTHERN 15 1909 I RAILWAYInq- uireMi of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete information I J C BEAM Jr A G P A I ST LOUIS MO mB fSfj BlfMJfIM Come and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean Tour I 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 For a Limited TimeY- OU CAN GET The Louisville Times Regular Pncel500 a Year AND T- HEBreckenridge News Both One Year For 350 The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for MAIL subscrip tions Two Papers for less than the Price of One Now is the time t- oSUBSCRIBE oJ iLwr i RII + + w r J t A PRETTY VERMONT HOME Capt Hutchinson is a Stanch Friend of Peruna Made so by Personal J Experience The Home of Captain Hutchinson of Montpelier Vt M Chronic Catarrh and Throat Trouble- It gives ino pleasure to write you this letter at this time on account of the good your Poruna has done mo when I was quito dono up with a very bad cold- I could hardly perform my ordinary duties but from the use of Pernna I am almost restord to health I ana quito convinced that It has helped me from chronic catarrh to J which I am subject It has also benefited my throat i III can truly recommend it as the best allround medicine it has boon my j privilege to become acquainted with Of this I am quito convinced from my own experience Capt Lemuel M Hutchinson Montpelier Vt Can Now Eat Anything Mr J W Pritchard Columbia City Ind writes I am pleased to say that I have been cur d of catarrh of the stomach by Poruna I could hardly oat anything that agreed with me Deforo I would got half through my meal my stomach would fill with pas causing so much distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal lint thanks to your Pornna I am now completely cured and can oat any thing I want to without any of the dis L tressing symptoms I can now enjoy my meals an I used to do and It is all duo to Dr Ilartman and his wonderful medicine Peruna It has been ono year since I was IRVINGTON Ntwsy ParagraphsPersonal- Notes Etc Mr Triplett Buys Baily Farm for 3000 Fresh killed meats andsausage can be found at all times at the Irvington Meat Market Prices reasonable Come and seeM W Winn Prop Eiss Evelyn Herndon has been the guest of Miss May Tydings in Louisville for two weeks Misses Mary Henry and Jessie Beady spent Saturday at Webster the guests ol Mr and Mrs John Lyddan Miss Mary Brown returned from Louisville where she has been visiting rela tivesMrs George Will nee Katharine Ster retu arrived Friday from Bismark North Dakota to be with her mother Mrs Kittie Sterrett who is visiting Mrs J R Wimp Mr and Mrs Alvin Withers of Har dinsburg who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs T R Blythe left for home Sunday Mr and Mrs Hollis Neafus and baby came down from Louisville Thursday for a short visit to Mr and Mrs C S Neafus before leaving for their new home in Nashville Teun Miss Margaret Peyton of Hardins burg was a visitor of Miss Susie Bandy last week If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs J M Herndon have re fcv turned from Louisville after being the guests of Mr and Mrs A D Lewis Mrs Mary Brandenburg left Saturday for a months stay with her daughter Mrs Edd Montgomery in Louisville Miss L B McGlothlan of Louisville has been spending two weeks here as B F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier z PAUL Assistant Cashier cured and I am all 0 K yet so I know I am curedA Nervous Breakdown- Mr Lewis Zlm editor and proprlotoi of St Augustine Meteor writes Any man In public work finds at times that ho is under a peculiar nerve strain I found that with It host my appetite and my brain seemed to work unceasingly during waking and sleep lug hours so I was tired and worn out in tho morning Tonics and invigorators wore sag posted and tried but nothing was of benefit to mo but Peruna That Is cer tainly a remarkable medicine I was restored In thrpo weeks to my normal healthy condition my appotl to returned and my sleep was refreshing the guest of Mr and Mrs T N McGlothlanIf not fit you in the shoe line we will be pleased to order any size any style desired The Rev L K May preached his first sermon at the ME Church last Sunday and made a most favorable im pression with the congregation Stock of fine for winterEd Alexan der Mrs John Frakes returned last Wed nesday from Bewleyville where she has been visiting relatives for two weeks Call to see our winter shoes before purchasing elsewhere We made great efforts to get the best shoes possible this Mrs Hebie Robertson of Stephens port was the guest of Mrs J B Hern don last week She left Wednesday for Indianapolis for an indefinite visit to relativesBorn the wife of Lawrence Kirtley on Oct 14 a fine boy Mr Crane has Inoved his family here from Horse Branch and has rented the vacant house known as the Redman property on Walnut St Mr Crane is foreman of the rock crusher on the branch road- Alexanders store is getting up a wide reputation for its satisfaction to custo mers in every way Mrs Nannie J Wathen of Louisville came Saturday for a t isit here Largest and best stock of ladies fine shoes for winter at Alexanders Mr and Mrs H H Kemper will move into their bungelow on Church Ave this week This is a very hand some residence and quite an addition to our city Alexanders shoe department is the most complete in Breckinridge county This District will be largeby represented at the State Convention for Sabbath School work which convenes at Owensboro next FridayMrs R B McGlothlan Miss Eva Carrigan Mrs W J Plggott Mrs Nora Board Mr T B Henderson and Mrs S P Parks Mr and Mrs Hubert Brown of Bran denburg were visitors of Mr and Mrs Lon Dowell Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Rhodes of Medora Mr and Mrs Jim Hotel of Louisville and Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt oC Stephensport spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Edd Alexander Mrs Taylor Dowell returned Satur day from Weldon after being the guest of her daughter Mrs Charlie Hawes Miss Julia Lyons gave a Slumber Party to a number of her girl friend Saturday evening in honor of Miss Mar garet Peyton Bob Triplett has purchased the fnrrr of G O Baily near town on the lieu leyville road containing 235 acres the consideration being in the neighborhood of 3000 Possession will be given in the near is proud of Alexanders department store The new fall and winter goods brought on by him this year excels any line ever received in Breekearidge Miss Bettie Kurtz of EHzabethtown spent the week end with Mr and Mrs J M Mudd Dr Bush dentist will be at Irvington Oct 28 and 29 Novelties dress trimmings gloves and furs arc specialties this season at Adkisson of Skillman is in the city the guest of Mr and Mrs S R PayneMisses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan will leave this week for Louisville to be the guests of their Aunt Miss L B Mrs Davis Dowell of Garfield have returned home after a few days visit to Mr and MrsOscar Dowell Alexander has a select line of hand some and well made tailored suits for Misses and Ladles this season This is the first time readymade garments for women have ever been carried in Irving ton and the large number of customers certainly appreciate his efforts to make the question of clothes easier solved A box supper and a spelling bee from the Blue Back Spelling Book will be given Friday evening Oct 22 at 7 oclock by the Public School for the benefit of a Public Scnool Library Come one come all and have your share of the fun A prize will be given to the most popular young lady and a pumpkin to the ugliest man Children Cry FOR IA CLAWS OF BIRDS The Toes of These That Perch and of Those That Run Let us note Unit the art of standing begun with birds Frogs sit and asI far as 1 know every reptile be It lizard crocodile alligator or tortoise laysI Its body on the ground when not ally carrying It And these have eachIfour fat legs Contrast the which having only two and those likeI willow wands tucks up one uf thorn and sleeps poised high on the other like a tulip on its stem Note alRO that one toe has been alto gether discarded by birds as superflu ous The germ or bud must be there for the Dorking fowl has produced a fifth toe under some influence of the poultry yard but no natural bird has more than four Except In swifts which never perch but cling to rocks and walls one is turned backward anti by a cunning contrivance the act of bending the leg draws them all automatically together So a hen closes its toes at every step It takes as If it grasped something and of course when it settles down on its roost they grasp that tight and hold It fast till morning But to birds that do not perch this mechanism Is only an Incumbrance so many of them like the plovers abolish the hind toe entirely and the prince of all two legged runners the ostrich has got rid of one of the front toes also retaining only twoLondon Strand Magazine A specific for painDr Thomas Sclectric Oil strongest cheapest lini ment ever devised A household reme dy in America for 25 years Better Subscribe TodayJ fft I rThe Bank of and Trust v l COMPTON seasonAlexander Capital 50000 Surplus anti Undivided Profits 1100000 future- Irvington AlexandersMrs McGlothlanMr FLETC- HERSCASTOR Hardinsburg CompanyDIRECTORS Morris Eskridgo G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Beard Pays 1 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed Wi bank can afford to pay w u I J ii PASTIME PUZZLES Dickens Pictures Extremely Popular Perforated Souvenir Ppotcards The fad for picture puzzles Is still at fever heat and dealers say that sales of the famous jigsaw pictures are on the Inrruiise Instead of decline Thoro Is now a line of Dickens pic I tures which are extremely popular They Includo till the coaching scenes In these famous novels like Mr Pick wick arriving at the Blue Lion Da vid Copperfield bidding goodby to tho Mlcawbera Nicholas Nlcklcby starting for Dotheboys Hall etc atid are cut Into about 330 pieces Attention Is now being given to well known luster ical pictures too as well us that of tho worlds best art The color work of Frederic Remington mid Walter Appleton Clarke is coming out In picture puzzles The latest fad is the progressive pic ture puzzle contest a fascinating game which may be participated In by any number of players the trick being to see which person or group can first put tho picture together The pictures come In sets containing four six and eight boxes Another fad which has doubtless sprung front the picture puzzle Is tho perforated souvenir postcard These cards nee perforated In square and odd shapes and the Idea Is to writo your message on the reverse side of the picture and then break the perforated lines put the pieces In an en velope and mall In order to read the message tho recipient must first match the picture on n book op magazine place another book or magazine on top reverse and read the message What next In the way of diversions JUNE FESTIVITIES i Three Pretty Table Decorations For Childrens Parties- A June party for children can bo made a thing of beauty as well as a Joy for the time being with but little effort If nature Is called to the assist ance of the home decorator Tho house more especially the dining room should be profusely decorated with vines branches and other green things growing in order that It shall as nearly as possible bo a replica of outdoors The refreshment table Is always the center of the greatest Interest to chil dren so should be made as festive as possible Above It erect a framework ot light wood and cover It with vines From the framework at certain intervals of space suspend small paper Interns of various colors These should A JUNE iAIlTY TABLE CESTEBPIECE be lighted at the last moment and should be watched closely to ward off all possible danger of fire If there are electric lights In the house a bulb could be placed here and there among the vines at a slight expense and would be Just as effective as the lan terns and perfectly safe In so far as I fire Is concerned The effect of this arrangement when the room Is dark cued and the lights on will be like a rcene from fairyland Another pink and white color scheme may be prettily carried out by the use of pink roses which luxuriate at this season and wood ferns Place a large low bowl of half open roses and buds on a mat of fern leaves In the renter of tho table Stand smaller howls of the blossoms at the corners of the table and extend Inch wide run act of plrk and white crape paper which has been slightly ruffled by pull lag the edges between the thumb and forefinger from them to the center piece Suspend a white paper parasol above the centerpiece and fill It with roses and ferns and from the ends of the ribs depend streamers of pink ribbon that end In a bunch of buds Or instead ot the parasol suspend by means of invisible wire pink and white pajcr butterflies above the con tcrplece Beside each plate stand a tiny pink and white candy basket filled with peppermint balls To the handle of each basket tin a name card on which a butterfly is painted- A dainty conceit for a pie at a childs rune patty Is a Japanese um brella Cljert with pink and white pa per chrysanthemums each one attached to a little gift Pink ribbons at tached at the stem end of the flowers and about the bodies of quaint Japa nese dolls bold tiny paper umbrellas In the center of the table place a filth of nuts furrouucted with branches of artificial cherry blossoms The um brella sbjuld be hung from the chan delier or the celling To Keep Lettuce riep Fresh After trying a number of ways to keep lettuce a housekeeper sayu that she finds the following to bo tho very best Break oft all tho leaves wash and rinse thoroughly and place In a covered dish such as a vegetable dish or a bowl over which a plato will fit tightlyPut no water In tho dish except that which clings to the leaves Place In the refrigerator or cool place ion four to fivo days It will keep fresh ard delightfully crisp and has the advantage of being ready when naec oo o t r l I i I t We know of no other medicine which has been so sue cessful in relieving the suffering of women or secured so many genuine testimonials as has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound lhaveetable Compound Almost every woman you meet has either been benefited by it or knows some one who hasI In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn Mass are files con taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health in which many openly state over their own signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operations Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is made ex clusively from roots and herbs and is perfectly harmless The it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly upon the female organism restoring it to healthy and normal activity Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy Minneapolis hlinlleI was a great sufferer from female troubles which caused atvcalmcss and broken down condition of the system I read so much of what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound had done for other suffering women Ifelt sure it would help me and I must say it did help me wonderfully Within three mouths Iwas a perfectly well woman I want this letter made public to show the benefits to be derived from Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs JolmGrMoldan 2115 Second St North MinncapolisMinn Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts VegetableCompound THE WINTER MENU Add These Recipes to Your Collection of Favorites A pretty garnish for a consomme Is tho white of hard boiled eggs and sweet red peppers cut lute small balls or some other shape A favorite dessert In a certain household Is the following coffee and pineapple cream Prepare a pineapple Jelly Decorate the bottom of a mold with almonds and candled pineapples or cherries Arrange the almonds In circles to simulate the petals of a daisy In the center of each daisy place a cherry or bit of pineapple Pour enough of the Jelly before It hardens over the flower barely to coyer itno more or the decoration will begin to float Place on ice and let it stand until the jelly sets and the dec oration is firmly imbedded in it Then mask the sides of the mold with more of tho Jelly and fill with a coffee Ba varian cream If preferred the cream and the Jelly may be arranged in two 1 nvors A decorative suggestion tor n ponuo j salad Is to 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