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JlI I l I t v H f THE BRECKENRIDG1 NEWS0 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTtt VOL XXXIVI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1909 8 Pa es NO 16 Stamp Your X in the Circle Under the Rooster And You Will Vote Right REPUBLICANS ON THE RUN I r j I i DEFEAT STARES THEM INS FACE Republican Leaders at SeaBlunders on Top of qj Blunders Upsetting Their BoatHopes t To Swim Completely Gone tih t PARTY BOSSISM NOT LIKING OF RANK AND FILE OF VOTERS Before the News goes to press again the people of this county will have been Co the polls and cast their ballots in this election for the candidates of their choice The News has no doubt of the result of the election so far as the Dem ocratic ticket is concerned From the i time the nominations were made up to this good hour there has not been a dissenting voice among Democrats as tb the final outcoms The men on the ticket arc the best the party can affordl They are known to every voter in the county as being men of the best moral character and men who stand at the top in ability to do thebusiness for the people As contrasted with the can didates on the other side the Demo crats have decidedly the advantage They possess experience and ability wbtte the Republican candidates do not heartilyia tirgd of Saving tojote forts eTpt out 1dTo flee Voters of Breck Countyaa It has always seemed proper to me to d explain frankly to the vpters the situa e tion in regard to every election or quesI tion that affects them Hence this card 3LastJune Gov Willson appointed me var hancycaused by the death of the Hon ftci Ferguson Sincethat time I nhve a fljid to fill the office to the bost of my 11 tbilityand render gcodsrvjteto the is iftrhd of 19 counties and is ordinarily Demo ratio by more than 15000 majority fprthls reason I did not wish to wake he race for the office But the party eaders thought there should be a can Idate and as I nad been appointed s acl received the emoluments of the ofr ce thoy thought I should take the r wtriination I was riot present at the ofavention but wf one wished to run idlwastfcjmiualedi Under those cir 3 ainstancefl Ijouid hardly decline or re ec o name will be on the hallot rR lr Commissioner J tMr reuco Finn a yonng lawyer of put nfis the Democratic nominee ill make a good official Realizing 1Jhave no chance of election I yet jvariueless I should like to make a Mopably good showing iu my own S ttatyaVery respeifullyr John P Haswell Jr ki nIt MR FORT pty poi1fgttMkV i iSouthviI IJ fFort m efthe Cloverportt l twl1l make his departure soon fribfchei place farther south I 1isarrangements to move nor place jKMte have not yet been decided torFort has been a splendid citizen Tii and has pushed his business for 3Sz ijpKNiVf thetown gm Fort and son Clifton are still t mela this city She has been a- tinterested church worker while A IKifcd her frjendsare sorry that shy e 1Mve- rD qen Pierce heaves 4 4 11- to fc Allen Pierce lift for Liix adept a position with the O iroad Mr Pierce ira splendidl by a certain gang and who are not theII choice of their party This the Repub licans did These candidates as thus made up and as thus selected will be I rurned down at the polls The princi pal thing for the Democrats to do is toI go to the polls and put their cross under the rooster He is still a game i old chicken and will fight to the last Democrats in this fight cannot afford tpI listen toithe bickerings of Republicans principal stock in trade is an un- imited i supply of bluster and bossism that the people will not stand for Th Democrats throughout the county ar standing firm and working hard and we feel pretty assured what the out come will be next Tuesday Therefore we repeat let every Democrat be onI guard and be vigilent watchful andI acti e until the polls close next Tuesday and victory will be ours v c fIi vs f i machfnistand a most successful youn- map g Cloverport regrets to have himt go and hopes he will return soon Pike Improvements The house at the Cloverport toll gate on the Pike is being greatly improvedl by Dr Newsom Mr Chas Jenningsi and his daughter Miss Annie Jennings live at the gate Miss Jennings is a most accomplishedyoung girj and keep- house beautifully for her father SergtsWillisllI Word has been received from Ft Leavensworth Kans that Sergt Moorman Willis is ill of typhoid fever LAST CALL C Vic Robertson Visits Clover port This Week Urging Friends To Vote For Him c Probably there was never a candidate I so in earnest over an election as C Vic Robertson He came yesterday and will remain today in hopes of trying to see every voter Fred May said yesterday everybody was shaking hands and everybody was shaking hands and everybody wasI happy Didnt know whether the can didates or the bright day had enlivenedI the town Mr Robertson is certain off his vic tory Judge Adair Here Judge John S Adair Republican can didate for State Senator visited the News office yesterday We are always pleased to have men like him call Thiq is his first visit here during the cam paign Wants To Come Back The Rev Currie of Columbia was iIn Louisville last week attending GrandJ Lodge Mrs Currie writes that little Eudailey and little Mary want to come back and live by Uncle Barney They have been given a royal reception there and are much pleased with their new home Dr Hart there Dr J Hart candidate for Repre tn tatiye oCBreckenridge county was here Saturdayjrthe interest of his election lieseemedcertain of auccgep I dl WILD ANIMAL I STIRS EXCITEMENT At Ilarned Looks Like a Wolf Fifteen Marriage Licenses Issued This Month in Breckenridge i OTHER HARDINSBURG NEWS Prof Byron Cart of Union Star was in town Saturday Thirtythree went from here to Louis ville Saturday on the excursion W E Board the efllciejt deputy asii sessor of this district has completed his assessing nearly two mouths ahead of the time it is usually done His knowledge of the work and thorough acquaintance with the ride helped him to comf plete it afthis early dateCMr and Mrs Jesse Whitworth were in Louisville last week Mr Whitworth taingin attendance at the Gnud Lodge of Kentucky Masonst beenience of a strange wild animal of a gray severaleIi hadereared up to look into the house ItII hits attacked one mans dog getting the better of his dogsbip Parties have searched in vain for it always missing it when armed ready for tagging the CRuse of the excitement It is thought to be a wolf or some ottjefaninjal es capel from a tra eli menagerie l roawutfftIi7 c 1niiFbttythqL- ewisport BE3 patent flour Mrs Wm F Hook and daughters- were visiting ut Floral last week Rev Willett of this place assisted by his nephew a Rev Mr Wiilett of Ubelbyville is holding an interesting series of meetings at Clover Creek church F K Rhodes of Owensboro former i sheriff of the county was here Saturday Sundays Marriage licenses issued since Sep tember 30 Eura A MidkiiTI Lillie May Matthews J A Mattingly Mary Jo Mattingly Preston Henning Ada Basham David W Snarp Fannie Bru nerr John Harris Margaret Mattingly F W Noblett Mattie Hall Shermaq c Huffines Mattie West R A Claycomb Annie Parks Harry C Norton Emma L Beeler C J ColIardEffa May Blair B L Oiler Nora McGrew Luther Miller Sallie Frank Hendrick W I Taul Lucy Rice June Claycomb Mattie Morgan I J A Oller Hattie Embry Tom Beard has sold his farm near Kirk to Messrs Powers Osborne of Daviess county for something over 12 000 He will give possession January 1 and will move to the H mbl ton tract of land on the pike owned by himself and brother Herbert M BeardII Mrs Lewis of Centertown is visiting her mother Mrs Re6ecca McGary rProfessors Styles Howard of Clem son College South Carolina and Guttie Howard of Washington North Carolina were here last week attending c urtI These excellent young men are the sons of David N Howard ol Rockvale Both are graduates of the Univei sity of Ken tucky at LexingtoniDennis Flood of Apache Oklahoma is here to attend his mothers funeral Charley Cashman one of our bay who is making good in Denver Col was here Monday on business Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs Morris Bear SundayMr and Mrs Wade Pile of Mook wore in town Sunday Mr and Mrs George Evans and fam ily were at Lewisport Saturday to at tend the funeral of Mrs Evans mother Mr Moredock who died in Louisv lastt week Mrs Moredcck lived here with Mr and Mrs Evans while they had charge of the Commercial Hotel Shewed many friends in this county who will be grieved to learn of her death At The Depot i4Err Q Dowell of SEe bansport ha- r arrived to work at the L H St L Station hare So FIRST PRESIDENTIN Of The Womans Christian Tern perance Union Dies In Louis villeMrs Stites Death Causes Great Sor 4 row Here iINTERMENT AT NASHVILLE Mrs Stites the wife of Mr James Stites died a week ago today Jja Louisville She had been ill of cancer of the liver five years but slfVe June had she sufferedseriously Owing to the nature of the d sease there was no hove for her recovery and it was recognized two weeks or more that death would ome soon A brief funeral service was held Thursday afternoon from the residence and Friday morning the remains wereeJ taken to Nashville for interment Most II beautiful flowers and lovely floral de signs were received by the family fromII many sympathizing CriendsIMrs Stites death caused deep sorrow in Cloverport for she had a number of very dear friends here Immediately after the sad message from her bedside Judge and Mrs Wills went to Louis ville to be with the grieved family The character of Mrs Stites is one well worthy of note and her deeds have already been recorded on the hearts of young and old rich and poor In Lou isviMe Mrs Stites gave financial and other beep every month to the salvation army and aided other institution of good works Besides being a great charity and church worker she was a militantI member of the Womans Christian Temperance Union and was the first president cf that organization in Clo verport She loved Cloverport and every year when she renewed her sub scription to the News she would always say I must hear from you all every week God bless you I love you Mrs Stites did not only say things to make one feel good but she did much to make every one happier and better Besides her husband Mrs Stites is I survived by two children Mr Gervis Stites and Mrs Emma Sippel and little t daughter and her mother Mrs Owen J MRS FLOOD Dies In HendersonInterment Took Place In llardinsburg SeventyNine Years Of Age Hardinsburg Ky Oct 25Spee- lalliars Bridget Flood died October 22nd at the home ot her daughter Mrs Mary Haffey of Henderson He remains were brought here for interI ment in St Romuolds cemetery theI funeral ceremonies taking place Mon day morning in the presence of a large number of friends and acquaintances Mrs Flood was a native of Irelan where she was born seventynine years ago Emigrating to America she married John Flood at Cloverport the two spending their lives honored citi livesd near Hardinsburg but afterward settle on the Flood place near Stephensport To them were born nine children the odf Hendersop James Flood of Holt Tom of Holt and Dennis of Apache Okla homa The husband died twentyseven years ago The deceased was a devont Catholic an industrious worthy woman a kin mother a good neighbor a christiaq ime press upon Several months ago she had gone to Henderson to make her home with he daughter She died after a brief illness Bell Honored Major Horace Bell of nerkleyCal- was given a notable reception at Bran ighssMoormans Dittos and Woolfolks ter tamed in his honor It a The only baking powder from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from Grapes j Makes Finest Purest Food RoIBaiting Powder Absolutely Purett 1I1I SUCCESSFUL WOMEN AND THEIR WORK The above picture is that of Miss May Sinclair whose new novel The Creators begins in the November Cen tury The comedy will continue through the year and is to be illustrated by KellerMaude Adams lead the grand march at the ball given in Louisville Monday night by Couisville theater employes for the benefit of the convention of Inter national Alliance of stage employes It will be held there hext year 000Dancer Interprets Composer Michael Elliott a Californian in terpreted Grieg Chopin Wagner and Beethoven by her remarkable dancing yesterday at the Barkeley Theater Her performance was unique and won the hearty applause of her audience To the accompaniment of an or gracer fully portrayed A Day in Ancient Greece to music from the cantata of Odysseus by Max Bruch The But terfly Papillon Grieg Waltz iu A minor Chopin Nocturne in E fiat fromdWagners Gotterdammerung and Beethovens Frolic and a scherzo movement from his First Symphony Miss Elliot expressed in her dances the emotions of joy sorrow love and ancientdGreeks Her performance was par ticularly graceful and forceful New York Tribune Michael Elliot is being booked m the I middle west for this winter and It is hoped Louisville will be fortunate enough to have a date with tier before the season closes S Card Thanks We wish 5 extend our thanks to duringrthe illnare and at the death of our father l5mith E Waggoner The Children Correction In last weeks News the statement mad by W B raid in regard to the tobacco should have been 1001 acres iustd of 14000 ri 0 0 E SUNNYSIDE New Mexico A Dandy Place For Bachelors Writes Ida Downs Interesting Letter Dear SlrAs it has been quite a while since I wrote your valuable paper I thought I would write once again I will greet my friends front myhonieln New Mexico this time permit me tam on Bachelor list now holding a claim + of 320 acres valley land am located in a broad valley consisting ot several thousand acresof land which is prairie We are surrounded by cap rocks of the plains and high mountain chains on the west Tnese breaks as they are general ly called are almost dense with pine and cedar The beautiful snow makes the green stand out in bold relief and the scenery is picturesque even in winter The only tint of autumn is the great profusion of tiny yellow flowers 40 that deck the valley below Perhaps V my friends would be pleased to know I have given my Bachelor shack tho honorable name of My Old Kentucky litHome n name ever dear to me There are a numberof claims vacant Vy j in this valley yet I am going to invite some good Kentucky people to come and get homes in our midst Some boys and girls admitted Come help us develop this lovely valley into a farming country There is generaly sufficient rainfall to make good crops The finest farm product grows here I ever saw sAH kinds of vegetables corn maize Raffir corn cain freejolies which are Mexican beans Millett is a paying crop here Alfalfa hay does fine Wheat yields pretty good The native grass is fine grazing for sheep and cattle There is money in stock here At present Kansas and Oklahoma are almost King on corn and wheat I will express my mind that in a few years New Mexico wilt be on an equal even where dry farming is practiced We have the sail A visit to the Irrigated farms will convince one that sufficient water and proper cultivation is all that is needed to make a bountiful crop Those desiring to know more about this country write me and I will try to give all the information desired Y1Mexicostring of my home hangs on the out side to one and alt A cordial welcome is extended Will close with best wishes for the News and all my friends As ever Ida Downs Sunnyside New Mexico Oct 12 100g 4 Bank Stock Changes Hands West Point Kypct 22C M a McGlothlan cashier of the Kentucky and Indiana Bank here has sold tilt e stock in the bank to fP Brlffey for mar cashier of the Farmers and Tra ders Bank nt Campton Mr Brjffey will take over the affairs of the bank December i The Kentucky and Indiana Bankia in afiourjshlnjy condition Mr McGlothlan sold his +to lnn AceoN tor his hssith 1 rrt tIINMJ WNIJ4tAWJJ h1tJII4 v m I v VOTE FOR II III c II I I ADAIRII I I I II H I FORI STATE SENATOR I l1Jt H IIistrict Election 4 November 1909 I eV 1 M ARA M1 I Y MMM Mi9AMP M1lMiI 1MM AM A 1JfAMJtMVnMM11 nAMAlt AA MJAAWIt J DR H tJ BOONE IIermanent DentistOwens Office Main Street iours8to12a in 1to5pm Clovcrporl Ky THE SANATORIUM The handsomest and most beautiful sanatorium in Louisville is that of Dr Evelyn Hush on Fourth street The Sanatorium is equipped with all the modern conveniences and is now opened for patients Dr Hush is an eminent ostepath and is Highly thought of and recommend t1 by all of Louisvilles doctors Anyjdne contemplating an osteopathic j treatment should either write or call t see Mrs Bush is e2t itA 1I w iele IIaiC iC 4Y a FOR SALE I s S 1 Anumbero Fuvms dif fIIIs q ferent SuffoTund Prices atI ft- T Dank of HardinsburgII 3 Trust Co iQ ii- a itMrrrravrrnrrrrrrrrrt + rKt+ r- aossmailre lor ns alr STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Sats ant Tousersyrn high grude fab rics Clothes made by modern metho Is Fit guaranteed Mod erate piiess Exoeit tailors em ploy eir i J H HUNSCHE asperMav CoCan eltonInd J INSuRANCECapt J 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Co SUBSCRIBE NOW r M I Making Money On the Farm XVILSmall Fruit Culture I By G V GREGORY Author of Homo Courso In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association fruit can be grown almost SMALL as corn or oats If It at in the right way A liberal quantity grown at home Is a luxury that Is within tho reach of every farmer Grown on n larger scale the small fruits are among the most profitable crops that the farm will produce The best liked and most widely dis tributed small fruit Is the strawberry The best soil for the strawberry bed a sandy loam Strawberries do bet er on light soils and the berries arc larger and of better quality If you have no light soil that can be used for the strawberry bed you can greatly Improve a I envy soil by manuring It Of course It must be well IL jFrO XXXIII IN TILE BLACKBERRY PATCH drained In order that It may warm up quickly in tho spring Instead of remaining soggy for several weeks and then baking hard as undrntned soils are so liable to do Deep plov tug with thorough disking and harrowing Is necessary in or der to get the land into tho lest con dition Strawberries should follow some cultivated crop which has been kept free from weeds It will then be easier to prepare the seed bed and patch will bo freer from weeds and Insects Strawberries are particular in their sol requirements and a little caro in preparation will add greatly the size of the crop Too little attention is given to this most Important requisite Many persons do not seem to be aware that the strawberry is at all particular about the soil in which It is put As a consequence they pre pare their beds without any reference to this essential factor in the success of their enterprise and of course are doomed to disappointment in the out o Varieties of Strawberries Varieties of strawberries are divided into two general typesthe perfect and the imperfect flowered The imperfect co min only the female organs or pis fig while the perfect sorts contain both stamens and pistils The Imper fect varieties can produce no fruit unless fertilized with the pollen from the lower of a perfect variety It is very important that attention bo paid to this point in planting Many of the Imperfect sorts possess points of supe riority over the perfect varieties They can be successfully rown by planting t L + I 5 f every ditn row to a puricct uunvicu variety This row will furnish pollen for the two rows on either side of it In setting out a bed in this way care must be taken to see that the two va rieties come into bloom at the same timePerfect and imperfect varieties can not be told apart except when in bloom Then the absence of the row of pistils around the petals marks the imperfect sorts Lists of varieties of strawberries always specify whether they are perfect or imperfect A reli able nurseryman can be depended upon to give you what you ask for A list of the varieties best adapted to your locality can be obtained from your ex periment station The strawberry is propagatedalmost entirely by runners At each Joint in the runner a new plant appears and takes root Only plants less than a year old should be selected for plant- Ing The crown should not be tooII large and the roots thick and The presence of large woody roots and a heavy crown indicates that the plant is an old one If there are many leaves It is well to pinch off one or two of the largest to correspond to the injury to the root system Planting Strawberries Spring planting is the most reliable but where the fall Is moist or the jiatch can be readily watered fall plant lug gives very good results The two Important points In planting are spreading the roots and packing the dirt tightly shout them The plants should be set HO the frowns are just level with tin surface of the ground Hills ersus Matted Rows Strawbcrrins are grown both In bills and In rows In tilt hill system the plants are set about throe foot apart TIlt runners sire out oil In order Jo make n compact vigorous hill The size anal quality of tilt liorrlos are bet ter iThilir the hill system but the mat ted row system gives larger yields in this the plants are set from ten to twelve inches apart In rows four feet apart The runners nre trimmed to make u matted row about two foot wide The spaces liotwoon the rows should bo kept well cultivated during the early part of tho season and the weeds pulled In the rows After the second year the runners can bo allowed to till these open spaces and the original rows plowed jip IIn this way the bed can bo easily renewed and kept bearing for several years usually until the land becomes so weedy that 1 must bo plowed up and put in to some other crop In cold climates the strawbcrrler must be given some sort of winter protection The object of this Is not so much to prevent freezing ns to keep the ground from that alternate freez ing and thawing which cause heaving of the plants A mulch of coarse horse manure applied after the ground freezes Is excellent for this purpose as It adds fertility at the same time In the spring the straw can be raked up and removed One necessary precaution is to be sure that the manure Is free from weed seeds I have seen straw berry beds ruined because the mulch contained timothy hay in which the seeds wero ripe enough to grow Raspberries and Blackberries Next to strawberries in importance are raspberries and blackberries The best soil for blackberries is about like that for strawberries while for rasp berries it may be a little heavier The two kinds of raspberries most exten sively grown in this country are red and black Tho red raspberry is propagated by shoots which grow up from the roots One year old shoots are preferable for planting The rows should bo a least four feet apart with tho plants two feet apart In the row Frequent antI thorough cultivation is necessary to keep down tho suckers which grow up from the roots It is a good plan to plow the ground between the rows every spring raspberries do not send up root IIDlack whetr nrn nronacated by bury ki iM1w c ing the tips ofthc shoots In the ground some time in August Theee take root and produce new plants which can bo transplanter the following spring The black raspberries are more rank in their habits of growth and should be planted farther apart than the red varieties Planting every three feet in rows seven to eight feet apart is a good distance They should receive thorough cultivation In the same manner as the red sorts The application of a coat of manure between the rows In the fall will ma terially Increase the yield of all small fruits Pruning is also Important Blackberry and raspberry shoots bear but once so in the spring all thoso which produced fruit the season be fore should be cut out Black rasp berry shoots should have the tip nip ped off when they are about eighteen Inches high This causes lateral branches to form and greatly increases the yield The same treatment should be given to blackberries After about four good crops of raspberries have been secured the patch should be plowed up and a new one started some where else- Blackberries are usually propagated by suckers The distance apart is about four feet in the row with rows seven feet apart The proper depth to set the plants is about four Inches It is a common practice to plant a row of potatoes or some other vegetable between the blackberry rows the first season This can also be done with block raspberries About four or five blackberry shoots are all that should bo allowed to grow up the first sea son After that the number may bo gradually Increased A well established blackberry patch will last six or seven years The yields that may be secured depend largely upon the Ire IflrPIG xxxrv =FINE BPiaa OJ RASPBERRIES quency of rainfall during the ripening season A little dry weather at this time will result In shriveled worth less berries In sections where the winter is se were the best results cannot be ob tamed from raspberries and blackber ries unless some sort of protection is given The simplest method of doing this is by bending the canes down along the row and covering them with dirt Currants and Gooseberries- A clayey loam soil with plenty of moisture is best for currants and gooseberries They do all the better for a little shade and are not so par ticular about cultivation as the other small fruits A heavy mulch of straw or coarse manure may be used to keep down the weeds and conserve moisture and cultivation dispensed with entirely A few bushes set along a fence row will furnish enough of this kind of fruit for tho family They are propa gated by cuttings pieces of branches which are planted in moist earth where they take root Twoyearold plants are best for planting Being hardier than tho other small fruits currants and gooseberries will stand fall planting Indeed this is almost a necessity since they start growing al most as soon as the ground thaws in the spring All weak and old branches should be cut out early each spring Currants and gooseberries will continue to yield profitable crops on the same ground for a long time I 1 A specific IpiiDr Thomas Eclectric 011 afro heapest lint l remeIdyu 2 L Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to August 1 1909 147 t145 143 141STATIONS 146 I 142 144 148 Dolly I Dally I Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Opm 4 12 58 7 ISt0I12LouisvilleI ATP- 35Lv P M P f5 08 Strawberry f12 48 15 24 1909 Medora f6 52 f12 20ff7 08 f5 29 f0 14 Stiteg16 46 f2 12f7 02 f5 32 Kathryn f12 08 9 41 5 36 0 21 West Point 689 12 05 0 56 f5 38 19 23 Howard f12 03 fO 64 AM 546 fO 50 Bartlesf1153f646f5 52 f9 34 Rode Haven iv fll 48 f6 41 15 58 fU 40 Long Branch Ill 40 f6 33 007 940 Brandenburg 11 32 025 610 f9 56 Ekron fll 23 0 16 02J flO 03 Quston fIllS 0 08 1023 0 039f 2UI 10 13 Irvlngton 551 1105 gga fU45 flO 19 Webster flO 575 42 w 653 flO 27 Lodiburg f048f5 34 1 fT 00 Mystic 110 41 if7 04 ii6 37 Sample flO 57f5 22 7 12 10 44 Stephensport 10 26 5 14 17 16 fl0 48 Addison tlO 21 f5 10 f7 18 flO 50 Holt f10 J8f5 08 6am 11 06 728 11 00 Cloverport 507 lO 07 157 815- f612 i7 40 Skillman 10 53 f800 0 21 11 25 7 48 11 1 Hawesville 4 48 9 44 4 36 7 48 627 IT 55 Petrie fO 38 17 39 I03 1800 Adalr fO 33 f7 34 6 40f8 03 111 37 Lewisport425 141l 7 20 f6 14 Valtman fO 19 f196 53 822 iii 49 Macao U f404 711 17 03 f8 31 Pates 190 02 ll 00 7131215 8421210 Owensboro 400 852 3 45 0 50 1 M 727 f8 55 Mattingly f8 38 16 3T f7 31 f8 59 Griffith f8 34 C6 33 7 35 fO 02 112 27 Stanly f8 31 13 28 030- fl 40 fg08 Newman f8 26 f6 25 746 fO 14 Reed18 20 f6 10 f7 53 fO 20 Beats f8 fB f616 765 922 Spottsvllle 8 13 f3 11 613 8 08 f9 27 Uaskett 8 OS f30l 608 8 25 J 10 0 42r 05 Henderson 3 10 7 55 2 55 5 55 PM 135 1015 j0Evansville 724 230 P2P2ld 740 750 ST LOUIS A 834 M IIf Stops on Signal JWhere no time shown trains DONOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations eastjof Clovorport to discharge passengers frolwest of Cloverport Hartford Line II5 3 2 4 DalySTATIONS pallyDally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sunda 45p m 11 10 a m Lv Irvington uAr 10 00 a m s 50 p rr f 6 52 fll 18nUU Basin Spring unf 0 60 f 6 89 7 04 11 30uOarfield 0000 35 5 24 7 15 ill 41 000000 Harned 000000 f 9 J4 f 5 13 i 7 17 11 48 uJunctlonuuu 9 20 5 10 7 20 11 46nardlnsburguu 9 15 5 05 7 26 11 52nnJunctlonu 0 08 5 00 f733 fll 59 a 91nu Klrknf 9 00 452rf1 38 f 8 44 4 40 f1204ymuTt1cQuadyu7 59 r 8 84 4 86 8 03 12 Dempsterun 8 29 f 4 81 815 Falls of Roughnuu 8 16uf8 82 82 00 n Rockvale 00 00f 7 54 f 4 27 f 8 37uu Vanzant UUu f 7 50 f 4 23 f8 40nuuAsklnsuuu f 7 47 f4 20 i 8 45uuuOaksunu f 7 40 f 4 13 1848 112 48 000000 Mltchelluuf 7 30 f 4 10 a851 Fordsvillenu 7 34u u f g 2 f 1 32 0000 Dundee nu f 0 50 f 3 30 119 4 f 1 37uuuSunnydaleuunu f 6 41 f 821 f IJ 8 f 1 51uuuCombsuuuu f 0 27 f 8 07 i 25 p m 2 18 p m 0000 HARTFORDuu 6 00 a m 2 40 pt 1 Jobor lt Yes that is what we do and whenrr F I WE do it it isII I RIGiT r TI VALUE OF DRAGGING TOADS How Farmers Can Make Boulevards IOut of Neglected Rural Highways Tho Mount Joy Stnr and News of Pennsylvania tells In one of its Issues Of how n farmer in that locality has been ranking good routs by his own Individual effort Tho newspaper Item reads as follows Finnic L Nlssley a progressive farmer residing at liatnford believes In having good roads and Is so emphatic on tho subject that ho keeps nearly half n milo of now dirt road adjoining hli farm In re pair at his own expenso for his satisfac Lion and to prove to tho taxpayers how well it can bo done with little expense To carry out his plans ho set to work and constructed a doublo or split drag of tho King style This drag ho mado him self of logs and other material lying around tho farm so that really about tho only thing that It cost him was a few hours of labor Every farmer has tho material lying around his farm to build such a drag and every farmer has enough mechanical ability to build It as It requires no special skill and matters not how rough Its construction Is Then too all tho farm ers have some sparo tlmo to malts the drag If they apply tho tlmo to It After every rain that tho road gets a little uneven Mr Nlssley hitches a horse to tho drag runs It over the road as far as his lands adjoin tho road and tho re sult Is that tho road along his farm Is always nice and smooth when the road along his neighbors farms Is rough and full of ruts Tho NIssley plan of Improving tho roads rill go far toward establishing a good iad system Ho makes jio big fuss about lilt he Is going to do or what ho Is dog but goes about It in a quiet manner and does it and tho results show for themselves The fact that tho road Is bettor along his farm than any other place in tho neighborhood Is evident to all those who use tho road and doubtless In the near future some of his neighbors exampleThis not think is tho right way to keep public roads in repair as they should bo maintained at tho ex penso of tho public and not individually by each landowner Doubtless Mr Kiss leys progressive movement will enthuse tho supervisors of East Hempfleld town ship to a full realization of their real du ties and doubtless in the near future the township will have a drag which Wilt be run over all tho roads of tho townihlp whenever they get rough and then I all lybeOno man nd two horses can In two days go over all the roads In a townshlpj and such work might be necessary aboj a dozen times a year Tho entire cost o this will not amount to 100 a year but will do more good than a thousand dol lirs a year spent on tho roads with a gang of fifty or moro men with plows and scoops going over tho township once a year as is now tho plan used by most supervisorsThere n treat ninny different kinds of systems advanced for Im proving our country roads One of the simplest and one which every In dividual farmer can employ today without any money and with much benefit to his road Is the system of drugging the dirt road by his farm by tho split log road drag Farmers can make such a drag In a few hours by simply splitting n log in half eight feet long If the farmer takes these split pieces the split surface facing to the front ami fasten them with stout staves three feet apart according to tho directions given by Mr King of Alaltland Mo the Inventor of the urag the farmer will havo a simple road Implement that will make a line amooth country boulevard out of the worst neglected dirt road In the com munity The secret of successful road making with the road drag will depend upon dragging the road after every rain filling In the ruts smooth Ing out the uneven places and building u high crown In tho middle of the road so that the water will run into the side ditches Instead of standing In the middle and most of nil doing It Talking dues not keep a dirt road repaired Neither does excuse finding One hour of drag work Immediately after a rain does the trick nothing else Dyspepsia is ouifi national ailment Burdock Blood Bijfcrs is the national cure for it It Mtrengthens stomach membranes prom tes flow of digestive juices purifies tit blood builds you up They Were Shady Bung So you have succeeded In trac ing back my ancestors V What Is your fee GenealogistTwenty guineas for keeping qUIlt about tbetuCasseirs Saturday Journal The Cause of Many l Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most decepHve deaths are caused by itheart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is- allowedtoadvance thekidneypoison cd blood will at tack Elie vital organs causing catarrh of tHe bladder brickdust or sediment in r the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervousness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell byjrell alwaysresultfrombetter health in that q atlis obtained quickest by a proper trpitment of the kidneys SwampRoo orrects inability to hold urine and sca mg pain inpassiug it and overcomes tbjtt unpleasant necessity of being compeJrecl to go often through the day and tffget up ninny time during the night CW mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of j remarkable health restoring propert A trial will convince anyone Swa Root Is pleasant to take and is of all druggists in fiftycent and- O far size bottles You may have a U e bottle and a book that tells all 1abo it both sent free by mail Address Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen o makeoSwamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place pf SwampRoot if tyou do you will be disappointed T 9 114 w ANOTHER WOMAN CURED S By Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable CompoundG- ardiner MnlneII I luivo been a great sufferer from organic troubles and a severe female weakness TheIdoctor said I would have to go to tho hospital for an operation but I could not bear to think of it 1 de sided to try Lydia E IinklmmB Veg otablo Compound nndSanativo Wash and was entirely cured after three months use of themMrs S A WILLIAMS II F D No 14 Box 30 Gardiner Me No woman should submit to a surgical operation which may mean death until she has given Lydia EPinklmms Vegetable Compound made exclusive ly from roots ynd herbs a fair trial This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and renewer of the femal organism Women resid ing in almost every city and town in the UniUfci States bear willing testi many tothe wonderful virtue of Lydia E Pinihama Vegetable Compound Itcuws female ills and creates radi ant uoyant female health If you aroll1 for your own sake as well as thole you love give it a trial Jlrs Pinkliam at Lynn Mass I lyvites nil sick women to write War for advice Heradvice is free Indalways helpful BOGUS PICTURES Counterfeit Antiques Openly Manu factured In Italy Speaking of the manufacture of counterfeit paintings In Italy a writer In the National Uevlew says that some times genuine old pictures are really discovered In peasants houses but rarely In good condition The peasants have n disastrous trick of rubbing pictures with onions to clean them By so doing they take off not only the varnish but the precious patina and certain colors In many cases leaving only the mere goll back ground supposing the picture Is of that date nnd the more deeply Incised lines These wrecks are eagerly bought for a trifle by art dealers who employ skilled experts to restore or rather to remake them on the basis of the origi nal outlines Pictures of the early period with gold backgrounds and quaint drafts manship are regularly manufactured especially ntSlcua where the panels can be seen openly drying before theI shop doors Their foundation Is a pant el properly worm eaten and chemically aged painted on the gesso ground that was the basis for all pictures of that epoch and to which they owe their lu minous qualities Such pictures are often made up out of a number of really old but ruined pictures and sore an Ingenious puzzle that roqulro dexterity taste nnd InowlI djro tn construct tYouin any way with the s ach you will simply take Korlol at tn times when von feel that you need jjti KAjHs guaranteed to relieve youjflf It fails hnjr money will be refunded to you by tho oiH gist from whom ou purchased it Try ib to day on this guarantee Sold by nil druggistsHARD 4 Some In Scotland That Aroused a Lady From Schenectady Few Americans have trouble In pro nouncing the iname Scliiiitciady al though the spelling of It IIs not always BO easy In Talks In n Lllirary Lawrence Huttun tills of an old Scotch laird whoseguest one ftuniiner was a young lady named Miss Cunningham who came from Schoiiectiidy SkinI ney faddy and Skcnk ternddy wore as near to It us the laird usually came In his eyes the art hografphle and or thoepk bruin of his own titles mill ap pellatlons WIts entirely eclipsed by the marvelous mote known as Schenec tady nnd he never realized tint the Inhabitants of the counties of Scho harle Cattaniugus and Cuemung In the state of New York might safely bite their thumbs at the residents of the shire of Fife In the kingdom of Scotland until his eyes were opened somewhat rudely and his sight was In a way restored Uncle John I said to him suddenly one evening when he was in convul dons over Schenectady Undo John what Is the name of your place Baldutho1 And of your parishiAroneraucht 17 And of your postofllce PJttenwecini And of your railway station Kllleonpuhar And still Undo John I continued you as laird of BaldutbyJtbe vernac ular form elder of the kirk of Arron craw receiving your letters and pa pers at Plttpnwecm nnd taking your trains at Kllluocker think Schenectady funny u want the best flour buy the v sport BEST patent flour ad r To Preserve Deauty Freurhtnen are known for the rare they tnt cf thrlr beauty nnd tlf hardships tiuv undergo to preserve It The latest ilovlcua In the beautifying lino are n rubber mask which la llrd iTUKIi CbAHl TO IlloDUfE TAlUltlfcU 1IN UliliH at night over the skin and throat In order to pievont the appearance of wrinkle and metal finger clasps which are worn to diminish the size of tho finger tips causing a tapering of the huger nut to give fine shape to the nulls Its A TIp Notch Doer Great deeds compel regar I The world crowns Its doers Tlmto why the Ametican people have crowned Dr Kings New Disco ry the King of Throat nndlung renjudles Every atom is a health force ft kills germs nnd colds and higripw vanish It hoals coughrHcked embranes and cough ing stops Src inflamed bronchial tubes and Innra are cured and hemorrhages ceasJF 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 Fold Damp Clothes Some housekeepers when wash day comes prefer to take down the plain clothes when still a little damp so as to do away with the necessity of sprinkling before Ironing The starch ed pieces of course need sprinkling nnd should be allowed to dry thoroughly One clever housewife finds It a great time saver If in taking down the plain clothes from tho line they are folded then and there She says that If they are crowded Into the basket carelessly there will be innumerable wrinkles that might have beets avoided and so the time spent In Ironing will bo materially Increased Then too there is a saving of time in not having to handle the clothes a second time In the house to make them ready to Iron The same housekeeper sees to It that the large pieces are put In the basket first thereby saving time In sorting Childfor CryL- ETCHERSFO C TO1R I IA Tommy Atkins on the Range Subaltern What on earth are you fellows doljgV There hasnt been a hitI signaled for the last half hour Prl valeI think we must ave shot the marker sir London Punch is A Domestic Problem- A young housekeeper whose flnan cs permit tho luxury of only one maid IIs undecided whether or not to take back her treasure of last winter The treas urn aforesaid la pretty young always looks attractive and gives good service but her privileges have grown almost beyond the bounds of reason Suahas by pleading and subterfuge act cured them ono by one and their sum and substance Is as follows Oup extra night out each week for a dancing class posting letters Ire quently wbjch takes two hours for n twenty minute round trip girl callers every afternoon and triweekly kitchen receptions for which cake odors float upward although for tho family all cake Is bought Her work is perfectly I done but tho entertaining below stairs makes n gap In the storeroom and tune noise of even quiet company is kpparcnt It seems to bo a case of comfort versus discipline amhiC a happy medium can only Unagreed upon tho treasure will rulo gain Child o Cry FOR CHERS CAS ORI A Use and Ornament Mr NewrMi the multimillionaire was furnishing the library of his magnificent mun Ion Let me see he mused Youve gut the order for that 5000 edition de luxe of Dickens bound In levant Yes sir replied tho bookseller And the 10000 set of Shake tYesAnd the standard authors bound In calf Thackeray Scott Washington Irving Cooper and all them there other fellers Yes sir I have n memorandum of the entire list Well then thats off my mind said Mr Nowrlch of Plttsburg with a sigh of relief Now what I want Is something to rend Say have you got a complete set of Old Sleuth New York Times Most women are troubled with Kid ney complaint and you Know very many setioun nndNeyen fatal diseases result fc ffr from these ne ted idney troubles- II you will take l Vitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as dt ell you may be confident of goqp resuHjj Try them and see how retnly good thaj are Be ware of Imitations pills that orehitgnd ed to deceive you Be sure you get DiWitts Sol J by all druggis s Literary Analysis Shakespeares works are mnrvolous revelations of poetry Poetry echoed the Baconian scorn fully Thoy lire merely n collection of ciphers with some figures of speech thrown In to make then hnrder Wnshlngton Star Any sic itchi is iempartester The more you scit ttlhe worse it itch es Deans Oinjment oures piles ec zema any skin itching At all drug stores Homemade BIIIThoiiKiit you always smoked Havana cigars JlllSo 1 do BillIt says Colorado on that box you just banded me Yonkers Statesman For Rheumatic Pains As we get older the blood becomes sluggish the mus cles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier Sloans Liniment quickens the blood limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache withastonishing promptness Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism Mrs DANIEL li DIEIIL of Manns Choice RFD No i Pa writes jointsItAlso for Stiff Joints Mr MILTON WHEELER 2100 Morris Ave Birmingham Ala writes 4 II I am glad to say that Sloans Liniment has done mo more good for stiff joints than anything I have ever tried I t ioans- LiimeMis tlwqickest and best remedy for Rheuma- ti Sciatica Toothache Sprains Bruises KA Insect Stings f Price 25c GOo and 100 at AU Dealers Send for Sloans Free nook on Horses Address DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS Aod t Real Estate Department 7 i Do you want to buy n farm or businccs If you do you f may hid just what you need in this department Jf you are interested in anyof the following proprietios write us at once for owners name and address 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 haw the very property you are looking for I 3 Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business II you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales wVX Jno D Babbage yf i10 i mlle tram Wobstor 8H lullos ruin irvlniUon Wucros f fro II land and so scros in grass no waste land now house and largo now burn built lest your Kor fur Ilabbageeltlvetiort R7 3fin H0ani s 2 mllrs from Ousto + POOUU 3 miles from IrvlnBtin well watered lays wool good young orclmrd Rood YILrdsfrodwelling with kitchen on back porch two good hrns it rn und tenant house and cis torn buck In tho Hold neat and hen house wood shed j will ell on easy payments plenty otsmxll fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dtibbacu Olovcrport Ky 67 ACRE FARM 5 room cottage hall und stockbarnhouso und hen horse and a variety of apples neverfaIllnKIIllthSchoolCO nnO For 100 acres four nulcs west of 4 Z r Qlondeane 3 mIltt from branch railroad j all fresh land lOOjitrcs In cultiva tion 50 acres In grass wUKprodUco the best corn wheat and tobacan In neighborhood dwelltog housesPlCntygood land to cUnr Price 0006 cash nndpmilesfronostorydnnabackouthousesII 2 u r In timber white oak black oak beech u sugar tree all good sIze Plenty of good I i water tho year round Onethird cash and good easy turn on balance FOIL MALItorn houso nnd dwelling com corner First nntl High Streets wllOleICllltthexchange for n dwelling house In Cloverport Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Woll located Bents for J5 per month C 1 Trf 155 acres on Hnrdlnsburg and plOU jjaiii of Sinking road 2 mlles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn 80 acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can bo hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms ono third cash balance In easy payments FOR 8ALK A farm contnlnlnffSSO acres and under fence A nice cottage cf five astorerroo mocisternsood stock collar barns with ono tenant house about sto apple and poach trees also pears quinces and Upi loots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes SCO acres cleared balance In woods IKS acres In grass several groves of black locust fculllclont for posts tc wire tho wholo farm In It lies near Ekroc on L IL k St L It H price Is ISOOO oc long and easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician In a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just the plllco for some young physician to step Into a good practice and n good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is tho reason for selling Nor further partic ulars address JNO D nAHBAOE Clover port Kv r WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALHNRY 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 H 150if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal- Daily Couier Journal One Year IIIfi SundayCourierJournal One Year 600 II 200 III I e can give you a combination cut on Daily or Sunday if you will wmrite this paper 7ForSale at the eckenridge News Office CLOVERPORT KY t t q i STAMP YOUR X IN THE CIRCLE UNDER x fe L THE ROOSTER AND YOU WILL VOTE RIGHT L v i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho iltoof 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money la advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please V- bH lot usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 27 1909 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Circuit J udgeroedS Chelf For Commonwealths Attorney J II Layman For State Senator Gus Brown For County Court ClerkC Vic Robertson For County JudgolIathias Miller For Circuit Clerk Lee Walls For County AttorneyY G Babbago For Sheriff II G Vessels For Suderintendent of SchoolsI Joe W Trent for Jailer f William Gilbert For AssessorPoyton Claycombii For Coroner Let Bishop For Representative Dr J II HllrtIFor Surveyor Clarence Hughes J VLUADEHS OF REPUBLICAN LEADERS Tho blunders that tho leaders of the Republican party havo made in making up a ticket in this campaign from beginning to tho end are startling It will be a great wonder if they succeed in this elec tion in carrying half of their party in the county Tho first mistake they made was in the convention at Hardinsburg two months ago when they set aside the men for office and put in their places a set of men that a majority of their party did not want Tho Republicans of the county know that tho ticket as it stands was not the choice of theII majority of their party But tho lust straw to break the can nnels back was made when Chairman Ihtswelland Secretary Kincheloe made up their ballot and left off the name of one of their principal men on the ticket Clint iBrodio for Circuit Clerk This was a fatal blunder and tho Repub licans will hold them responsible for it at the polls They say that 33rodics name was left oil by mistake and that they made the mis take themselves But the serious question presents itself to the voters in the Republican party especially those directly interested in the election of Mr Brodio whether they will stand for it We thinknot We think that many of them will vote the Democratic ticket because the Democratic ticket is made up of clean men and men who stand for all that is fair to the people both Democrats and Republicans When the Republican Chairman and their Secretary found out that they had made such a mistake they fileda petition before Judge Cholf asking him to mandamus tho County CourtClork and compel him to put the name of Mr Brodie on tho ticket This Judge Chelf after y full hearing of the facts refused to do saying that the statute was dogmatic and no such mistakes ab that kind could be remedied Judge Chelf was guided by what the Court of Appeals has already said on tho subject in a similar case that went up from Wolf county Ky where exactly the same mistake was made by the Democrats where they loft two names off the ticket That opinion reads as follows A nominee who files his certificate of nomination less than fifteen days before the election is not entitled to have his name placed on tho ballot The requirements of the I statute that it shall bo filed at least that long before tho election being mandatory G C Center vs County Clerk of Wolf county The only comment the News has to make on this matter is that the He ublican leaders have been making blunders ever since this campaign begun and we do not believe that the people will uphold auch conductat tho pollsa1 CHANGES AT THE DEPOT- It I is a long lane that has no turn even in the railroad world and the lane that Fred Ferry has been conscientiously working for the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway iqt this city took a de aided turn Monday when ho received the appointment to the office asi paymaster of tho Henderson Route Through the appointment of Mr Ferly the splendid fact is shown that Superintendent lwin believes in bringing the companys own men to tho top when they are potent to come Mr Ferry has been in the service of the road fifteen years or more His father the late F J Ferry was Master Mechanic of the shops at this place and naturally his son iis u well equipped roilroad man Mr Ferrys now office will be in Louisville but ho will not move his homo there until he is certain that his work in that line is satisfactory to tho company and the work suits him Mr Ferry is one of Clovorports foremost and most valuable citizens ho is ac curate and a progressive man of business and his citizenship will be missed here Along with Mr Ferrys appointment camo one for Mr Hofiious Bohen Ho is to succeed Mr Ferry as agent of tho company Ton years Mr Behen has worked faithfully as Mr Ferrys assistant Ho started as telegraph operator and his promotion shows that success i ttqrarr lJ iL i jA uy T rl x4r itlHiilf cQmes to tho man who works and waits Ho has stuck tohis bush and now ho is getting tho berries Mr Bohon is thorQugh and perfectly capable of handling affairs at tho depot Tho News is delighted to see our own men succeed and may they keep on V G Babbago tho candidate for County Attorney w ill carry a precinctf v Hardinsburg was full of Democrats Monday and they were all feeling line over tho situation I Democrats should not bo over confident but should make a strong pull until tho polls close on next Tuesday If elected Judge Miller promises tho people to give them a clean and economical administration of tho county business Vick Robertson was hero yesterday slinking hands with tho voters Ho is making a homo run now and will win next Tuesday Tho Democrats wore never in better working order and there will ba something doing all along the line between now and next Tuesday How and why was the name of Clint Brodie left off that ballot handed tho County Clerk Thats the question The Republican managers alone are to answer The Republican bosses think that they have worked this election with a pretty smooth hand but tho people will have a say in the booths next Tuesday and that is whore they will turn thorn down RAYMOND J E Mercer was in Hardinsbur Monday on business The following members of Raymond Baptist church attended the Salem Association held at Buck Grove last Wed nesday and Thursday Mr and Mrs Jerry Basham Mr and Mrs C L Avitt Mr and Mrs Bob Norton Mrs Jess Norton and daughter Miss Edith Carlton Ater and Rev IC Argabright Several from here attended the Farmers Meeting held at Irvington Monday and Tuesday This neighborhood has been alive with candidates for the past few days Defeat is near at hand for somebody At 5 d The show advertised by J P Tucker aud son to be here the 10th failed to put in its appearance Great was the disappointmentMiss spent Monday will Mrs Hughes Frymire The party given by Mr and Mrs Proctor Knott on the 15th was a ed success Ifwas Miss Bessies l3thf AIm Chappell is able to be up agabr jrend in your renewal or i the jff- r fYou dont nave to go away from home to tt t your dental work done DtefBush Dentist at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday except flr5th Monday one We will show today of fur velvet in in all the leading colors These are considered stylish season are to decid News childrens Trimmed all the leading fashionable colors II For Black 13 long 7 ti For and 15 in a nt price II II At 4 I CURE YOUR No Need Take Further I Risks Why people continuo to suffer the agonies oC kidney complaint backache urinary disorders nches languor why themselves to become invalids when n certain cure is offered them Doans Kidney Pills is the remedy to use because it gives to the kidneys help they need to perform their work If you have even one of the symptoms of Kidney diseases cure yourself now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in Clover port residents demand convincing propf the following Charles Stephens Clay St Owensboro Ky saysIII havo used Doans Kidney Pills believe they are a good remedy I did not take them exactly as directed but they my back relieved me of the acute pains When I felt I would stop taking them instead of continuing their use Intll a complete cure was effected T am now improved in many ways si e using Doans ney Pills andJrfn recommend them to those from kidney trouble It Forsake ball dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo NeJPTork agents for the United Wtes Remember the Doans take no other HARNEI Ohamblis children of Har dinsburg watftue guests of Mr and Fr May Sunday want the best flour buy the wisport BEST patent flour Mr Stanley little sou of Garfield were the guests of her parents Mr and Green Burnett Sunday Choose Prom a 10000 MillinerySecond Isnt it reasonable that you could find the hat that suits you best from a big stock like this So far as the prices are concerned we know they will satisfy for they are each instance extremely moderate 750 1000 1250 At these interesting prices we will make a special on Saturday of smart practical Trimmed Hats felt moire velvet and bengaline in small and medium shapes- If you yourself any the above it is greatest importance to you to see thesethey are beyond the shadow doubt matchless both style and quality II t and 750 See ever Trimmed Turbins and beaver hats this these Kxtra values II 49c 298 For lish I 189C II birthdayjr subscription- r values and- Saturday HatsII Iin 498 Ostrich Plumes inches Genuine Ostrich Plumes lone IIonly this 798 KIDNEYS To Any will lamenesshead allow chronic the any Can more than Mrs 526 and strengthened and better Kid suffMiing sole name and Mrs and Mrs Ifyou and Mrs and Mrs to suppose easily in feature of confine to of priced of of in I very and ll We will place on sale Fri speclnllotHats in a variety of stylish shapes in black and colbrs These particular hats are now so very popular that there is a great scarcity of- themon the market For childrens Trimmed Beavers the hats that are now making a II great hit among the young folks 16 in long For hands 1 o in black andl colors 1 long t i r i L For handsome Plumes 10 inches tot be had in and white II 5995 Prayer meeting at the Baptist church every Thursday night Everybody conic Mrs Della Butler aril daughter of Kingswood were in town Tuesday trantI Mrs Taylor Payne of Ft Thomas are the guests ol relatives here this week Ernest Thornhill of Cnster is the guest of his sister Mrs Lillie Harris First Ride In Seven Years Susan Walker went to Owensboro last week This was her first trip on tho train for seven years She is one of the most competent and reliable colored women in town and her vaca tion was well deserved SATURDAY fN Smith E Waggoner Gone to Ills RewardWell Known and Respected Man of Elites Run The funeral of Mr Smith E Wag goner was held Sunday afternoon at Hites Run The services were conduct ed by the Rev John Winchell Mr Waggoner had been ill since March and death was a relief to him when he passed away Saturday night He was sixtyfour years of age and was woll known over the county He was a good man and a member of the Kites Run Church The following children survive Mrs Jos Smart Miss Ida Waggoner Chas and Frank Waggoner Mr Rhodes Dead Hardinsburg October 1gSpecial Bernard Rhodes fifth son of James Rhodes of McDaniels died early Tues day morning of typhoid fever after an illness of about two months He is sur vived by a widow and two small chil dren If You Want to Buy the Best Plumes at the Least Cost See UsiWe buy direct and in large quantities whic leans that we buy for less and can therefore sell at lower prices A few striking examplepr I 129 Genuine White Blackll limited quantity J 450 Thornhill hats French2Ilead- Plumes Glches Willpw long black only DIED WillowPlumes18 171 II to bo had mlbjaclcand all leadingcolors I II 125oTo35 We ure showing IIJthe finest and best 1 PhJI11csin the pity at this priceIIIIVillow 11J J 330338 213 Fourth W Market Avenue Louisville y BiLouisville KyJ i b 1 a- MJ yM TII r t1 A Reliable CATA fiaRemedy IlU1j iBalmiGives Relief at One It cleanses soo es heals and teats thd disons tnem ugfromCntafrlt away fold in time stor Ilcad ftho uiokly SCll IseHAY FEVEI-Ct- fa and Smell Full sizo 50 els ntlmi or by moil In liquit form 75 rcut r Brothers 50 Warren Street New York the Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY OCT 27 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL = Robert Wilson is in Louisville II L Stader was in Louisville Sunday Wm Lewis was In Evansville Mon day Emmett Gregory of New Albany iIs I hereJames Lawson spent Sunday in Lou Isville viNolte will haveTarclssus bulbs this week Dr Parksof Irvington was here last r weekMiss Minnie Embry went to Holt Sat rdayIFur hats of fcoldsome quality ift Mrs Cordreys V David May of Owensboro was home i SundayRichard Sapp of Cannelton wns here Saturday O T Sklllman went to Louisville Saturday Mrs Stadt r leaves tomorrow for LouisvilleEd of Louisville was here last weekjj Go to Mrs Cord iv for your midwinter hats fMrs John Furrow is ill at her home on the Pike Editor Duncan of Brandenburg was here Sunday Jas B Miller of New Albany was here Saturday Dennle Sheeran of Hnrdinsburg was hero Saturday Mrs Wm Hoffious was in Owens boro last week Mr and Mrs Bowmer have returned from Versailles Errest Popham lhas gone to Kansas Cityfor a short visit Miss Katherine isvisltingMiss JrtayZircle in Louisville Mr Sheeran and two daughters of Kirk were here Monday Mrs Clyde Morrison and children arc visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Fnllon and Miss Mayme Gardne have returned from Hawesville Mr and Mrs John Lawson and son Arthur are visiting in Louisville Mr John Burn and Miss Jeanette Burn went to Louisville Monday Mrs Marion Polk and Miss Clara Cox were here from Tobinsport Monday Cloverport friends or Mr Alf Heston Regret to hear of his continued illness Another sweet little girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Ben tonMrs Jacob Morrison and son Edward are visiting relatives in Lou isvillefi Mrs Roy Heyser of Logan W Vafl Is the guest of Mr and Mrs F If Heyser 7 l You can alwXy buy the best shoes at the Shoe Stor Conrad Sippel the ItShoe Man A 5o cent bottle of tolls Emulsion given in halfteaspoon f dayft last a yearold baby near oly a month and four bot ki ties over three nionthis 5 nd will make tHe baby to trongandweII and will lay the foundation for a healthy robust boy or pgirl VORjfaLE BY ALL DRUGGISTS 8ndfDc twine of paper and this ad for oujwutlful Savings Baukand Childs Sketch V Each tank contains a Good Luck I jwtyt SCOTT BQWNE 409 Pearl Street NY 1- f rf J foi School1 shoes w Slpptls J K Martin of Kosemount Minn was the guest of Miss Rachell Jackson SundayMr McGnvock acidl laughter Mrs Shields have returned to Colum bia Tenn Mrs Biliary Hardin and son Julius spent Sunday at the home of Mr Oscar McGavockD Casper Dentist at Lewis por uesddy at Cloverport Wednesday M Thursday Found A blue silk umberella Own er pay for thls ad and same will be re turned News Office Mffrl on Rc Calhoon dentists offlc d yn8tnlrs 216 Fourth street both ones Owcnaboro Ky Mr and Mrs Fred Pierce of New Mexico arrived this week to visit Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce Miss Hoard and her neice Miss Perkins have rooms at the home of Mrs Fitch Miss Perkins is improving Announcement of the arrival of a son at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Hills was received by Mrs Oelze last weekGen nnd Mrs David Murray and daughter Mildred nnd Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Hardinsburg were guests of Mrs Fred Ferry Sunday on jjSOCIETY NOTES I Mrs Julia Shields of Columbia Tefin was beautifully entertained last week by Mrs HUllnry Hardin Mrs Leon McGavock and Mrs Abe Skill man 000 Mr and Mrs A H Murray gave ia dinner Sunday in honor of their son Mr Harold Murray who was twenty years of age that day The guests were Mrs Stader Messrs Robert Pierce Stuart Babbago and L A Murray 000 Miss Irene Jarboe was hostess to the Five Hundred Club yesterday and ta most delightful afternoon was spent by the members HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Kentucky Sunday School Association Owensboro Kentucky 155 Cloverport to Owensboro and re turn Oct 20 21 and 22 limited to Oct 25 Grand larch of Masons Grand Chapter Royal Arch 300 Cloverport to Louisville and re turn Oct 18 10 20 limited to Oct 23 Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Jay 4 and 18 June 1 and 1C July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and 17 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 i Until further notice No 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m Elys Cream Balm has been tried arid not found wanting in thousands of homes all over the country It has won a place in the family medicine closet among the reliable household remedies where it is keat hand for use in treat ing cold infhe head just as soon as some mamber of the household begins the p Iminary sneezing or snuffling It gjes immediate relief and a day or tvttjrs treatment will put n stop to n wld which might if not checked be ome chronic and run into a bad case of catarrh IRVINGTON Miss Nannie McGehee returned Sat urday from Louisville after spending a few days with Miss Lydia McGehee- If ypuwant the best flour buy the l ewlsport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs H H Kemper have re turned from Big Spring Fresh meat delivered an J cleanly han dled low prices at Winns meat marke W C Rapp of St Louis was the guest of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington last week MrsN B Netheiton and sisters Misses Claudia and MaggleBandy left Monday for Louisville Mrs E R Turner of Louisville ls spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Cornwall Charming readymade dreises for la dies and misses at special prices Alexanders D C Heron spent two days in Louis villa last week Mr and Mrs Harry Goesuch acCom- panied by their mother Mrs Charlie Simmons arrived last Monday from Walters Oklahoma Mrs Charlie Chamberlain after being the guest of her sister Mrs Ed Mont gomery for a stay of a week has re turned from Louisville Miss Dell Cooper of Hawesville came Saturday to be the guest of her brother Adams Cooper and theyare wUtiMr and Mrs H d Head Ii a- R rt SJS i- L iAs HRHlBU- WAHRY C1MA TinyMitesI Face Till Blood Streamed Down BandagedSpent5Oon CURED BY CUTICURA AT COST OF BUT 150 When my llttlo boy was two and n half months old ho brolcn out on both chocks with eczema It was tho itchy watery kind and wo had tot keep his littlohands wrapped up all the tlmo and If ho Would hap pen to got thor- nuncovorod ho would claw his face till tho blood streamed down on his clothing Wo called in a physi clan at onto but ho Ravo an ointment which ssosevere that my babo would scream when it was put on Wo changed doctors and medicines until wo had spent fifty dollars or moro and baby was getting worse I was so worn out watching and caring for him night nnd day thatII almost felt sure tho diseaso was incurable But finally reading of the good results of tho Cutlcura Remedies I determined to try them I can truth fully say I was more than surprised for I bought only a dollar and a salts worth of tho Cutlcura Remedies Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills nnd they did more good than all my doctors medi cines I had tried and in fact entirely cured him I will send you a photo graph taken when ho was fifteen months old and you can see his face is perfectly anything I will never think of doctoring but will send for tho Cuticurajtomcdies at once As it is I would npVer think of using any other than tlcum Soap for my publishthis1 M I wash c Mrs W M Comerer Burnt CaJiTns Pa Sept 15 1008 i resolventhoeoldllrolltrnllJIILennonTJrn Sole Columbus A wllallcd FrccICu Hook onSkin Diseases Pretty frocks of soft materials for young girls at Alexanders Lamar Neifus returned Sunday from a visit to his grandmother Mrs John Child near Guston E F Alexander spent two days last week in the city buying goods for his storeWomens misses and childrens cloaks a large line nt Alexanders A series of revival lermons began at the Presbyterian church Monday even ing by the Rev J M Gal er of Evansville who will assist the Rev Graves in a two wreks meeting McGIothlan Picgott have under construction a large wnrerovm which wilt be quite an addition to their store as business has increased so it demands more room Rev P A Lyons presiding elder preached an excellent sermon to a large congrepatinn on lat Sunday evening Tremendous savings on ladles clothing in the ready made suits at Alexan dersContractor J K Braiulett left Mon i KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURIE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings PRICEfTrial A ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES ARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED + otZ 4 + tIi W a rv t s I Jt 4 + AyrED Cnrppntor u goes locution Is open Inn thriving town for u contractor n pcntor who Is nmrrltd suher and knows s iiislnpsN or further Infurniiitlon ud dressX YL wire NIWS pOHS tTEThrco4 room cottiiKos entire Jf now for ea lioron Installment Iloorafrtlseount JIT cnshL n MOHBMKN vingtun Iv poll HALK Aviirm of ono hundred and farmiriepStreeLLoutsv JonesIlraudonbuug nUAUF R WANTEIIn every t wn and lghborhood for un article that sells In yfry homo Gall or address S J Brown Biovorpopti Ky F HAIK Ulnclc cold wlilto Colllo Pups Vedijzrco Male a5 Kenniles ze II E- rnJ or C W Iliimmun Cloy rport ICy day with his corps of workmen for Glen dcano where ho begins building a hand some twostory residence for Dr and Mrs P F Dempster T To represent the First Presbyterian church of this city Rev E W Graves and Mr G W Handy live gone to Louisville to attend the meeting of the Louisville Presbytery Tho box supper and spelling bee giv en at the public school house Friday evening was a success both financially and socially Thanks are due our good townspeople for their kindly patronage and to the ladies and to Mr D W Henry and other gentlemen for valuable y services rendered Mrs Gary and Mrs Charlie Evans and daughter Miss Anitta Evans of Louisville have returned after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee Miss Mattie Smith and Mr Will T Mitts wrre quietly married on last Sat urday afternoon in the parlors of the SeelbHch by Eld W D OConnor Mr nnd Mrs Mitts are at the home of Mrs Emick Smith to their many frieuds Mr B A Parks formerly of this county and a brother of Dr S P Parks of this city died at Springfield Ill Sunday the 21th of October The Interment took place at Walnut Grove cemetery near Lodibarg Tuesda- yCANTATA The Epwortli League and Baptist Young Peoples Union to Celebrate Christmas- Gloriously The beautiful cantata Immanuel will be sung Christmas by the choirs of the Epworth League and B Y P U Practices will commence immediately under the direction of the following committee Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith Miss Heyser Miss Willis Miss Burn Miss Severs Dr Simons and Lawrence Murray Had a Fuss Mrs Sarah Taul had a fuss last week with her husband Mr W B Taul be cause he failed to renew her subscri tion to the News Cant there be some more spats like this The News likes to settle them ChIOd + CY FOR FrE RS CASTORIASales I A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goops good willetc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year I Post office iiru nnection which pays about 120 vrfr year Three miles from HereII bt ess For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky II 0 II y The night the spooks andwitches Y rule and have full sway We have the Novelties for the U occasion Get your supplies now QJ = and be ready for the U Animal Mafsks for the Epworth League Social JJ- o 0 n TftVRSDAV NIGHT OCT 28 o 4 C BRO a- jj CLOVERPORT j E Q0 II D0 II II10lJ1O- Ql Q0OII Q0 I Q IF II If you kan fule all the peeple sumtimes and- o sum of the peeple all the time YOU AIR IN ITo If I no my bisness this old saying wont wurk eny longer the peeple have got to wise IF Paint and powder looks all rite on a girls fase its no sine it wud fele all rite in the J stumake SO BE KEERFUL about that lOc n kind of kandy Q o If you value your helth at enythingoU IF you will stop and think fur a minet youU nl will no suckers dont Bite this time a year IF you dont want to take chances get your kandy where it IS MADE fresh every day 0 o F 0 0JilG 10 I Qo r r 1 YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You I Tested FREE Glasses aranteed f r1 I ers Drug J+ Ver 1ar I 1LQJI0 Your Taxes Areo Due Now o ando MILT MILLER Sheriff U I 0 In 10 II II 0 II II10J I 1 1 hII 1 r c I I mooIIALLOWEEN I SATURDAYNIGHT 30II fupQJ NOLTE KYj IEyes CoI V BANK OFjj CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attention as larger ones und we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest pllidon JTmio Deposits ANK OF CLOVDRPORT CLOVEJlJ ORT K- yDR W rvf CASPER DENTIST t Cloverport cvery Wednesday and Thursday W ut Dr Uniitfoots Office ElectricBitters Succeed When everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses thjjrare the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND ROUBLEitover a druggists counter I j a- rJr 7yM fp Je + Mrr eq i K wJp MP r I PAID IN- FULL I I i Novelized From Eugene I PlayIBy I i iJOHN W HARDING J1908 by G W Dillinjhtm Co i I ICi To be Continued j CHAPTER IX the end of the first mouth 11 passed In their new home Mrs Brooks Joy In the sudden and great change In her husbands fortunes In the steamship company rCo mained undiminished Her mother Mrs Harris had come to look upon him with great respect and to be rath er proud of her soninlaw who had belied her dire prognostications nnd upset all her firmly rooted ideas and convictions by rising In the world As to Brooks himself the exuberance of his optimism had worn off consid erably He did not share to any ex tent in the light heartedness of his wife who diffused happiness and rippled it In Joyous music on tho piano and in songs that had smoothed out tho creases of care on her fathers brow when she sang to him in the days of her girlhood He had become more and more thoughtful w th lapses at unexpected times Into nbentmlnd edness Moreover of late symptoms of his former ill humor and nervous Irritability had reappeared Goodness Emma one would hardly know youl exclaimed Beth to her one evening after dinner to which Mrs Brooks had invited her mother nnd Bister Your dress is a dream and at table you were positively radiant Sho had followed Emma into her bedroom and was gazing in admira tion at her sparkling eyes and her cheeks rosy with health I am happy admitted Emma put ting her arm around her affection atelyDo you know dearie Im Just be ginning to know who and what you areHighly amused at the girls patroniz ing manner and not at all inclined to take her seriously Emma looked at her with assumed gravity Hows that little sister she In 1 quiredPlease dont call me little sister objected Beth Youre always mak- Ing fun of me My dear Beth It Is you who are always making fun of yourself Em ma told her- Indeed Im not Why not laugh and play and Just ba a girla real tomboy After nil thats the thing You are only eight een while 1 have reached years of discretion Im twentylive you know and awfully staid and wise in conse quenceYou werent a tomboy Oh yes I was until 1 fell in love You were U wee bit of a little maid then and after I fell In love 1 became a silly little goose like all girls In love and then You married Joe Yes said Emma seriously and thats why 1 want you to have such a good time now while you can Of course 1 hope youll not have the hard pull that Joe and 1 have hadII mean When you are married but one never can tell Never mind the past now Emma Think how happy you are I know It Is good to be living once again but the best of It all is that Joe has succeeded Cvcn mother ad- mIts It Think of Itl She even likes him confided Beth My dear you know that mother likes most any one who has healthy indications of a bank account Emma chided the girl you ought ashamediimlaughed her sIster Im too contented I dopt think that I shall ever fotcet the night nearly seven weeks ago when Joe came home with the good news his salary more than tripled and six months back payJoe never thought Captain Williams would do it for him No nor I And the way It was done You know the captain and Jim sy had been gone three days before Joe knew the good news When are they coming back Not for a month anyway Joe says he doesnt know Isnt It funny that with all his luck ho doesnt seem contented Emma became grave Hes worried poor dear and I cant mako it out she said Perhaps hes so anxious to succeed In his new posl tlonIn the parlor Mrs Harris sat fan ning herself for it was a very warm day She was dressed in a gown of summer finery that would have been more suitable to her had she been say fifteen years younger and she was engaged in her usual pleasant oc- cupatIon of criticising or knocking as Joe called It Brooks was Jn dinner coat and bore other external evidences of his pros perity which however was being purchased at considerable physical cost for ho had become thinner and was pale and haggard Tho worry his now position occasioned him was plain to be seen and ho was In an ex ecrably surly mood and as nervous a- salhaotat ffii if1 i tfi J I Pressing Down Pains arc a sign of serious fcmab com plaint that should have Immediate attention II you begin In lime you can generally treat yourself at home without the need of consulting a physician by tho regular use oi Cardul the weil known remedy for womens Ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal ingredients being besides a gen tie nonIntoxicating strengthen Ing tonic WINE Of CARDUIWOMANS jroplalnfsMy A Rodgers of Hanflfden Sidney Va was nothlajrJtit a walking skele ton from JJfmalo trouble She suffered yftonlcs with bearing down nJKns backache and head ache Doctors failed to relievo her JBO she took Cardul and IB noflr entirely cured At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing sym toms to Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn D 3 1 cant understand how a man can deliberately steal As I was saying to Joe observed Mrs Harris turning to Emma and Beth for a hotel of this character the coffee is not what it might be Its terribly bitter Otherwiso I liked the dinner Yes on the whole I liked the dinner But If I wero you Joe Id complain about your waiter Whats the matter with him asked Emma Rather impertinent and That waiter suits me and I havent beard Emma kicking cut in Joe But Mrs Harris was not to be sup pressed by any snubbing from him Still she persisted I think for the money you are paying here For the money I am paying here he retorted Im satisfied It seems to me that that is all there Is to it Mother dear please dont find fault urged Emma It is all so much better than it has been I think you should be happy to sec things as they are iiSO much better than Emmas had for so long chimed in Beth Brooks scowled at her and gathering up some more papers from the table retreated with them to his chair and began to peruse them rather fever ishlyI never read the papers any more declared Mrs Harris All they have are scandal murders and men who steal money from their firms MyI dont know what the world Is coming to Wasnt It terrible about that man yesterday walking out of the bank with a small fortune said Beth I cant understand bow a man can deliberately steal sniffed her mother especially when there isnt a chance on earth of getting away Hes the man who gave all the money to some woman isnt he Emma wanted to know Yes Hell have plenty of time t think it over The penitentiary Isnt a bit too good for men like him I felt so sorry for his wife poor woman remarked Beth Shell have to stand most of the trouble Brooks Jumped up Impatiently bit- Ing his nails with annoyance Wheres the rest of this paper he demande1l want the part with th racing chart Its marked Past Performances Oh I know what Jlmsy calls theI dope sheet said Emma There 1 Is it II Mrs Harris looked horrified Join you certainly arent Interested In raceshorse races sho Interro gatedYes I am he snapped I dont play em but I like to look em over What of It J Theyre nwrul declared oetn Thats exactly why most men steal moneyWell dearie Joe Isnt stealing mon ey or playing races so dont get wor tied commented Emma a little testily Mrs Harris persisted Captain VIlllnms says that the race track ruins moro young men N nd iler son tnlaw land been waxing wore mid more exasperated For heavens sane he broke out angrily wiping the perspiration from his face cant you hid something better to talk about than ruined men thieves unit fellows who go wrong Why Joe whats the matter In quired his wife gazing at him in as tonishment lie turned his wan face toward her cntrcntyinnd apology In his eyes under which the dark circles appeared to have deep cued as he replied 61kan tired and nervirus I think Ill walls down the street Oh but youve got to take us to the theater Beth told Latin Mother hasnt seen the play at the Renais sauce nnd you cant get Peats not n single one even from speculators I promised lo take her Where do I come In Mrs Harris answered for her You Just take us call for us after the show and put us on a car We simply cant miss this chance can we mamma 7 said Beth You will take us and come for us wont you Joe Oh 1 suppose so he acquiesced o little wearily At that moment the telephone bell rang mud Emma answered it Yes right up she instructed the operator nnd hanging up the receiver turned with an eager smile I Ive got a surprise for you she I said Guess whos calling Some one who wasnt expected for a month Jlmsy cried Beth Jlmsy Smith straight back from GuatemalaJoes widened and the little color In It faded from his face He was very much startled by this Unex pected visit but kept sufficient control over himself not to make the fact too apparentIs Williams with him In quired Mrs Harris I dont know answered Emma I wonder what brings him back He wasnt expected for a month or six weeksI the captains with him surmised Beth Her mother expressed the hope that he wasSo I said Emma I want to thank him for Joes raise Youll do nothing of the kind ex ploded Brooks furiously I want you all to understand here and now that my business Is my business 1 dont want It discussed with either Smith or Williams What Ive got Ive got and it Is nobodys affair but mine Now if any of you have got anything to say about me or what I do say it to me or shut up Joe bow can you reproached his wife taken completely aback by this savage and uncalled for display of anger Well I declare ejaculated Mrs Harris bridling up Ive never been talked to so In all my life and The doorbell rang and she subsided sinking back in her chair and fanning her red face vigorously Mrs Brooks opened the door and Jlmsy stood revealed with his win some smile his face tanned brown by the sun of the tropics s Welcome home little stranger I ex claimed Emma heartily Hello Emma How are you he said taking her outstretched hand Ladles 1 saluto you The prodigal has returned from the distant land ofI chill con carnl and tat ladles wearing mantillas to receive his overdose of American grub Look at him Hes as brown as an IndIan laughed Beth giving him a cordial handshake Wheres Captain Williams asked Mrs Harris AH In due time when I spin my yarn drawled Jlmsy He went over to Brooks and shook bands with him Glad to see you Joe he said Thank you Jlmsy Same to you You look immense Im better than that Now if you folks will sit down Ill tell you the story of my wonderful adventures lying only when necessary to protect my unsullied reputation How is that Beth unsullied reputation Pretty good eh But Captain Williams and the sto ry urged Emma What I want to know observed her mother Is Did the captain come with you V So do I said Brooks with hardly concealed anxiety Well you know it took me two months to do all this and you cant itowas a Journey in tho subway Jlmsy youre exasperating re monstrated Emma- I was saying Say Emma you look all right in that dress ho broke off contemplating her with admiration She stamped her foot imperiously Never mind mo Talk addedeBoth Stung I he laughed Thank you Beth Well you know cap and 1 wero going to make a trip at every port of call the LatinAmerican company bus but when we got to Guatemala we found out that a couple of those dons down there being out of Jobs had concluded to pass the time away by pulling off one of their monthly revo lotions and among other things were getting very gay with our property You mean war demanded Beth 0 Yc NU 4IMwv =deeply Interestoa Not according to noylo This game was Just for conversation Anyway things looked n little bad so we tttny cd there until one of the dons threat erred to put us In Jnll and burn up our warehouses NVe were delayed n cou pie of weeks nnd one morning the army of forty two generals nnd three privates saw lie United States cruiser iMHjklyn steam into port all painted up with it lot of peovlrth bluejackets on board InnL lug for trouble So they postponed their change of government Indetltiltely Vc had been delayed BO long by them fellows Jlmsy objected Beth Dont cull there them fellows No No Say those fellows Well Beth Ire Ititnwn those grcns era down there for fourteen years as them fellows and If 1 called thetn anything else Im afraid Id have to be introduced again But Captain Williams Insisted Mrs Harris Yes where Is JieV said Brooks Well we decided to come hone Captain left on the si earner by the way of New Orliiii nnd a couple of days tutor I iitme diiiti in New York Then he IIs hirer Iulll MrsI Harris in n tone if gnitlliriitlnii 1 I supimsi lie I K macs tic wits ship wrecked on tin way But you nnviiii mid us anything about the + sarllelh iciulinlul him Was It osililiisV Well as Hit niijy thins Unit wov shot oil were sevtiuj liiuHlro l mniitlp + and us Im a had linnil at n ieiitlii conversations I will nm ID HMVI tin details to your liiwyliiniliiiin I consider Hint itfi must miliiiiiwl ing story pniitc11 I lloih niul besides youre keeping us from Ithe rtio tter All suing quelled Smjih No Just Belli and me explained Mrs Harris IKama and Joe have seen the play and weve got the lust two seats j f Emma accompanied her mother and sister to her bedroom to help them don their hats When the door had closed upon them Smiths attitude changed entirely The smile vanished from his face and he went over to Brooks and placed both hands on his shoulders Joe youre found out ho announc ed How found out demanded Brooks Jumping up and facing him very whiteThe money youve taken If you say Ive token money youre a liar retorted Brooks with an at tempt at fierce Indignation But the words came falteringly between his blue parched lips Joe Joe rebuked his friend stern ly this aint no time to tour flush with me Im your friend and you need ono now boy Besides theres Emma to think of I dont know what you mean he protested In a choking voice That story of a revolution was a lie explained Smith Williams has been homo three days He has had the books looked over at night Ho seemed to know what you were doing from the time you topk Jhe first dollar Ive reason to think ho went away simply to give you a free rein and get even with you for what you said to him that night at the tint Joe weve got to pull together now and youve got to be on the square with me Brooks sank limply into a chair and covered his face with his hands What shall IlIdo be moaned Sit tight and saw wood But theyll send mo to Jail wont theyYou took that chance Joe boy But we will have to tight and fight hard to get you out of It You cant run away Youre watched Inter rupted his friend Detectives are downstairs and If you make a false Im your friend and you need one now r boy move theyll nab you and spoil every chanceJlmsy Im done I know Im done he almost whimpered plunged again Into the bottomest depth of despair Keep your nervo What have you told Emma She doesnt know Of course she doesnt I mean 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Others are ItripI tl1rns from every Investment made In these you write for full information to JCJ CRUTCHER Railroad Agent Webster Kentucky JM i I JIiiLti PERCENTAGE OF NUTRITION IN FOODS MOTHERS OATS 161 SIRLOIN STEAK 15 HAMMUTTON 140013 ISH111aBREAD 00 RICEPOTATOES 5 ONIONS 154 This table shows why t Mothers Oats1 e are the best food They contain more nutrition than the same bulk of almost anything else that people eattit You can put more sound flesh on your bones IYou can put more life and vitality in your marrow you can puta riper richer clearer blood in your veins and more endurance in your brain on a diet of MOTHERS OATS than you can with any other food that has ever been found J Ask your grocer about the Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cooker which will save 80 per cent of your fuel bill and make it 1 unnecessary to keep beveling over a hot stove Given free withcoupons I found in packages o the following cereals r Mothers Oats regular andFamily sizes Mother Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers ConyMeal white or yellow Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Wat Hearts tho cream of Oatmeal the wh t Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Mothers ominy Grits Flour Mother sfCora Flakes toasted Ask yojrgrocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today givin is name and yours and we will send you free a usefulsouvenir TME GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY f OPERATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER onn CONCERN RON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS PAID IN FULL Continued from page six They are ready Joe announced Mrs Brooks Come on my boy and take the fam fly to the show ordered Mrs Harris Im ready he replied pulllng him self together with great effort Jim By wait till I come back Emma and Smith accompanied them to the elevator Hurry back Joe was Emmas In junction to her husband as the car dlsappenred from view 1fOHAPTER X- TULLY Is credited with being first to remark what es is have pointed out ever sin c o that friendship Im proves happiness and abates misery by the doubling of our Joys and dividing i of our griefs This was the sort of friendship that animated Jlmsy Smith His regard began In love for Emma Harris but when he found that this love was not requited he did not for that reason withdraw his interest In her Accepting the cold reality with his usual philosophy ho thrust deep down In his heart the passion that never could bo eradicated and his sterling unflinching honesty trans formed it in time into a fraternal af fectIon as self sacrificing as it was loyal which he extended to tho man Emma bad chosen for her life partner With his keen perception he had soon seen that that man was morally weak 4irresolute of purpose incompetent lu business and that his love for his wife was not of that kind which counted j sacrifice for her as a privilege and for bearance Indulgence and unfailing consideration for her gentler and pureTTature as a duty But It was i not for him to judge or to condemn That Emma was satisfied was sum dent No other consideration matter ed a particle And he esteemed him self happy In being admitted to the little household on terms of the In Jtl nacy of an elder brother In all the world there was no one else ho cared for or who cared for him When Mrs Brooks and he reentered the apartment and sho turned to him 1Itri11p and told him that It was good to see r him back she meant It It Is good to me to be back again he admitted If only for a few hours I Why a few hours Jlmsy i Williams expects mo to tako the midnight train for Boston There la some legal tangle about our dock lease I I thereOh aboutIture that took in the wholo room 1 You mean the raise In salary and back pay Yea Wasnt It splendid of Captain I Williams It certainly has agreed with you he responded evasively Never saw you look so well f Did the captain tell you about it I No he never mentioned itI Why not- Captain Williams has a habit of 7I keeping a whole lot to himself It came as a complete surpriseat least to me- Seems 1 to have done your mother a whole lot of good She never did I shine up to that Harlem Sat In all the years Ive known you Jlmsy youvo never spoken of your mother or father I suppose you do- nteto D i expression of pain Opted over his Lace No it aint pleasant he confessed Yrs Brooks was alncerly sorry for i xattec jtraiWilf remark Forglvo me Jlmsy I wise i naanT said that Could I help to make It more pleasant Id like to she said sympatheticallyHo her with a queer look and for a few moments did not speak He appeared to be debating something In his mind My mother as near as I have been able to find out hiked out into Colo rado when It was a territory There wasnt much law and 1 guess no con ventionalities Everybody kind o drIfted along the best or the w rst they could the majority voting the straight ticket for the worst A shake of tho hand was as good as a bond and there wasnt any law in the land except that etween man and woman Some of them out there yearned as much for the sanctity of tho marriage vows as an Arab In tho Sahara docs for a sun bath It was a loose coun try full of loose people My mother fell in love with a roving miner and he promised to marry her but before the parson wandered Into the camp to make a little loose change tying mat rimonial knots pa got into an argu ment concerning alcoholic capacity and got plugged with a 45 Killed Yes Ho passed on Later I was shoved Into tho midst of an unsuspect Ing public My coming Into the world without the usual legal credentials hit my poor mother awful hard and be fore I could open my eyes sho died Then there was an awful argument about where I belonged Howl Two cities claimed me Denver said I was born In Omaha and Omaha blamed It on Denver Those that look ed after me when I was a kid got a little careless about my education and flnaltyrhe city of Denver adopted me as a favorite son Fathers only known name was Jim I grabbed It I had to havo a last one on the handle so i chose Smith feeling tolerably certain It would pass the scrutiny of an In qulsitlvo world without raising a storm of curiosity Ho paused then concluded with a wan smile You see Emma I am some shy Im awfully sorry Jlmsy but It doesnt make a lot of difference does It she said consolingly No only thats wby I came east The west aint conducive to pleasant recollections Its nothing you could help No I figure you cant always blamo people for what they cant help If a fellow comes Into tho world shy hes shy and tho chances aro hes doing tho best he can the very time ho goes to the bad How In what way You seem puzzled he said moving his chair so that It brought him squarely facing her Well for in stance out In Denver I knew a fellow who married n girl whod bad pretty much what sho wanted but hed beet In hard luck It was a love match all right both parties being clean foolish over each other Well ho didnt get on and sho had to work pretty hard Finally he thought her hearth and spirits were about busted up on ac count of tho work and ho commenced appropriating other folks moneygot way In and the harder he tried to get out tho deeper ho floundered Finally the big exposure came off Ho was aIthief Now what do you think about him Emma Do you think because he was long on love and short on honor bo was all bad oh She hesitated pondering the qUts tion as something KO utterly beyond ordinary cogitation Ithat It could not have presented Itnolf Jo tier awl was not to be lightly tlwUUtl I dont ktiowwljul lo think she mused Ive always foutliid a thief 4 n r I Lllqu Iht1i uJ awful ha A ROAD IN PANAMA Features of a Highway Built by the United States Government Road building down on tho Isthmu- of Panama does of necessity get I iso share af attention too but by Americans however for when the find that the business of the zone can best bo facilitated by the ranking o good roods the work is then com menced But it must be remembers- that there are no roads at allso when they build they build good ones There has recently been thrown open a new rand In the zone which extends from the Boulevard Fourth do Julio to the Ln Boca road It romes through Ancon canal zone and Is a sort of boundary line between the zone and Panama Panama being on the right while Ancon Is on the left Before thk road was opened up road tralllc1 be tween Ancon canal zone and La Boca had to travel a route about one and onehalf miles longer than the present route thus causing the consumption of much time in the zones business traffic The present route Is what might be called a short cut The road was ballasted with crushed stone on its completion and has since been reballastcd so as to stand the long rainy eason This was done bv first going over It with more crushed stone followed by a water sprinkling wagon after which a road roller went over it The roller may be seen In the distance The road is now in n sub stantial condition The republic of Panama has no roads and yet this Is the one thing that will give impetus to the business of her people It is only a matter of time when there will be roads through the zone extending from the city of Panama to that of Colon By having these the business of the canal sne can be expedited Some one may ask What does the one span bridge amount to Well it means much down on the isthmus r MM 1Il == m ItOAD OPENED IN ANCON AND BRIDGE ON HIGHWAY FROM ANCON TO LA BOCA From Good Roads Magazine New York 1 There are no bridges and when It rains you must wait for tire swollen streams to go down before you can cross The Illustration shows a ono span Iron bridge recently erected in place of an old wooden frame on the La Boca road It has n wooden floor upon which a concrete floor was laidl This Is the road Into which tho now Ancon road leads Houses In the distance i are laborers quarters If you advance In the photo you approach LaI Boca docks If you turn and eolne back you will enter the newly opened toadI Since this road has been open 1 the benefit of the short cut has beep taken by many of the general public who find the old route too far out of tho way for quick travel It may be called also a necessity rondC Morton Dame In Good Roads Magazine Money Comes In Bunches v to A A Chisholm of TreadwellN Y I now His reason is well worth rending I For a long time I suffered from jindigestion torpIdJjver constipation nervousness a go rat debility he writes I co dnt Jeep ad no appetite nor a ltio gr weaker everyday in spite of alntTdical treatment Then used ElectjjfBitters Twelve bottles restored nftrny did time healthl and vigor Now I can attend to business J every day Its a wonderful medicine I Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves SOc at I Severs Drug Store Made In a Bottles A very easy way to prepare French salad dressing especially where a largo quantity of it Is needed Is by shaking tho Ingredients together In a jrather large well corked bottle Put In tho oil and vinegar four times ns much of the oil as of tho vinegar and add salt and paprika If mustard Is used add It Now shako the until tho contents aro well mixed and form a sort of emulsion It is most easily dono by clasping each end of tho bottlo with tho hands and shaking isideways rather than lip and down CAST tiAfor Infa to Children Tho Kind Yo Wn Iways Bought Boars tho- Sipature of c2- t DICKERY DOCK CLOCK i Table Crumb Sweeper Built Along Lines of Carpet Inventions It Mother Goose needed anything more to perpetuate her she has it now Theres n brand rely hickory dlckcry andywhy the active little mouse of the andrdown The face of the clock Is per necessarydmouslos Journey at the tiptop of the scale Instead of an ordinary clock NOVEL CLOCK AND TAI1M3 BWEETEH hand a small dark mouse hops up the face and stops at every line that Is marked so that the time may be told If not to the very second at least i1J1 proximately The clock Is made f wood and would be a treasure In a childs bedroom or nursery The automatic crumb sweeper shown in the cut is a miniature of the famil iar carpet sweeper Intended for table use It is fitted with a tiny revolving brushThere is a new bonbon box of glass in the form of a book fastened with brass clasps Substitute For a Waitress I It is a delight to be waited upon at the table by one who is deft and watchful and whose presence you feel merely In increased comfort But if the attempt at waiting is made by a blunderer whose mistakes and Intru sions absorb half ones attention then It is better as they say in some local ties to do your own reaching This Involves much passing of dishes from one person to another and if there is any attempt at serving In courses it means that one person must rise and 1perform part of the duties of a waitress Various plans have been tried to sub stltute some method or mechanical de vice for waiting at table but most ofI tthem bring the quick touch counter too iforcibly to mind Tho most successful one came to my attention recently arid Iis merely n set of shelves Inclosed on ono side and of the same height as the dining table It is loaded in tho klteh en with the whole meal and all the dishes needed for serving it then an ttho affair is on easy rolling casters it iis taken into tho dining room with very llttlo effort The hostess sits at one end of the table the waiter at her side with Us open she es facing her and the bark ttoward the other people The dishes of ono course are removed to a shelf without rising and the items of the next taken out When the meal is fin IIshed the dishes and remnants of food are practically all In the waiter and in a minute this is rolled Into the kitchen saving numberless steps Business and the Housekeeper It is a great mistake to suppose that the business woman makes n poor housewife In many ways her bust ness training stands her in good stead and sho is better equipped for her work than the girl who has spent all her time at home It would take an ex business girl surely to discover tho comfort of using a typewriter chair at her sewing machine Tine fact that It turns on a pivot mattes it possible for her to turn to her cutting table without rising and tho fact that It can bo adjusted to any height adds to com fort when running the machine Perhaps it Is typical of tho business woman any way that she is not con tent with old ways when newer and easier ways may bo found More busl tress methods would save many an hour In the home I Soft Ginger Cookies Put a level teaspoonful of soda In a tablespooncfuls of boiling water onequarter cup ful of melted butter or lard a salt spoonful of salt a level teaspoonful of ginger and enough sifted pastry ffpur to make a dough as soft as cant be handled Shape small bits of dough lay In tho greased baking pan and press put halt an Ipch thick Bake carefully Mean Man for HusbandWell It takes two to make a quarrel so Ill shut up His Wife Thats Just like contemptible manI Youll sit there and think mean Jhlngs Chicago NOWB U iI ffa artI LOW ONE WAY COLINIST RATES I TO fta California Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon ti tuna Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta Saskatchen and a few points in Texas fimFor tickets on sale IISept frtoBY Oct THE 15 1909 I S THERN RAILWAY lj InquWTof any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete JT information I C BEAM Jr A G P A ST LOUIS MO 5JffR aI iRfllliRlI Come and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean Tour We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Medeira Gibraltar Mor occo Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The lour Will Be Personally Conducted sfrite to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET The Louisville Times Regular Pricel500 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 paper= not to the Louisville Times T is special low offer may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW Thisjjrfte is good only for MAIL subscrip tiondf o Papers for less than the Price of One Now is the time t- oSUBSCRIBE J p n jr i ii7 Ii0 Put Your X in the Circle Under theV Rooster and You Will Vote RIGHT EQ c I Ali CANDIDATE FOR QjR9IT juixiiI- f c d and f r ANY cause I cannot terv te term a Special judge Slinll be ait o f my salary The people c tp1nl1l of Iug to pay uty oppo iit and also asocial Judge to do he work Stamp udqr your party citiblcm and then under tty device Jas Montgomery i PROCEEDINGS OF l FISCAL COURT At a Fiscal Court begun and held in anti for Breckenridgo county at the court house in Hardinsburg Kentucky on Tuesday October 5 1909 Present Hon H DeH Moorman presiding Judge of the Breckenridge r county court and the following named Justices of the Peace towit John OReilly T M Bates H G Vessels 6Charles H Drury J T McCamish and Frank Ruppert being all the justices of the peace in commission- It appearing that Gus Brown County Attorney being necessarily absent this term David R Murray is hereby ap pointed to act for him and in his stead All persons having reports to make to this court will file same at once as it is the purpose of the court to rapidly dis pense with its businefs It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing sums be and they are hereby al lowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the ser vices mentioned NT Smith D S serving 17 road orders at 50 cents 8 50 S T Smith D S arresting Jas Loyd lunatic milage etc in conveying him to trial at county seat 2 74 Milt Miller serving 51 road orders at 50 cents 25 50 Milt Miller waiting on courts April and October 24 00 Lee Bishop fees as coroner in three inquests 27 00 B F Beard Ss Co supplies fur nished jail 2 15 B F Beard to Co supplies furnished court house 25 01 J H Gardner supplies furnished jail 2 20 L B Moremen house for hold ing magistrates court 1 00 W W Keith house for holding magistrates court 2 00 Uradleyit Gilbert Co supplies for county clerks office 3 85 Bradley Gilbert Co binding assessors book 5 35 Willie Miller taxes erroneously assessed 1 50 W F Honk fees in J V StClair road case 0 75 Milt Miller fes in J V StClair road case 2 00 J F McGary viewer in J V St Clair road case 1 00 Lon Rhodes viewer in J V St Clair road case 1 00 Wm Davis chain carrier in J V StClair road case 1 00 C D Payne surveyor fees in J V StClair road case 4 00 W F Hook arranging ballots for school election 5 00 W F Hook copying orders statements etc of R R Tax levy for Railroad Commissioners 5 00 J T Hoberi supplies for jail 7 18 Joel H Pile balance of salary as school superintendent for 19Q9 51 07 Joe W Trent salary as school superintendent Sept to Jan 202 28 Joe W Trent delivering ballots in school election 7 00 Chas Butler fees as deputy sher iff 7 02 G D Shellman supplies furnished county 7 US J H Pile delivering ballots school election 3 50 Joel H Pile making Assessors Book for IgOS 75 00 It is ordered by the court thqt the fol lowing claims for sheep killed and injured and for the costs incident to the proof of said claims be and the same arehereby allowed to the persons below named respectively and the same are certified to the Auditor for payment L A Cart two sheep killed and two injured 16 00 J M Rollins appraiser in Cart sheep claim 50 E M Baysinger appraiser in Cart V sheep claim 50 H G Vessels fees as justice Cart sheep claim 50 r W A Cannon nine sheep killed and fourteen injured 90 00 Lawrence Glasscock appraiser in Cannon sheep claim 50 Z T Gannaway appraiser in Can non sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice j 50jand one injured 14 00 Frank Davis appraiser in Robin son sheep claim 50 Frank Compton appraiser in Robinson sheep claim 50 John OReilly fees as justice in Robinson sheep claim 50 Eddie Poole four sheep killed 20 00 Cal Probus appraiser in Peol sheep claim 50 J B Gannaway appraiser in Pool sheep claim 50 T T McCamish fees as justice in Pool sheep case 50 G H Willis one sheep killed 5 00 W W Baxter appraiser in Willis sheep claim 50 J dhMoonnan appraiser in Willis Theep claim O Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Willis sheep claim- S no C Hendrickson 2 sheep killed 10 00 Leo Hinton appraiser m Hen drickson sheep claim 50 John C Furrow appraiser in Hendrickson sheep claim 50 T M Bates fees as justice in Hendrickson sheep claim 50 Jas R Sanders one sheep killed 5 00 Herbert Tinius appraiser in Sanders sheep claim 50 Sherman Blair appraiser in San ders sheep claim SOT M Bates fees as justice in Sanders sheep claim 50 Thos L Ryan two sheep with lambs injured IG 00 Jno T Matthews appraiser in Ryan sheep claim 50 N M Newman appraiser in Ryan sheep claim 50 T M Bates fees as justice in Ryan sheep claim 50 A Mc Meador one sheep killed 500 Overton Basham appraiser in Meador sheep claim 50 R A Beard appraiser in Meador sheep claim 50 John OReilly fees as justice in Meador sheep claim 50 Dunk Powell two sheep killed 5 00 F M Powell appraiser in Powell sheep claim 50 E L Robertson appraiser in Powell sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Powell sheep claim GO James Dean four sheep killed 2S 00 Aven Evans appraiser in Dean sheep claim 10 W A Evans appraiser in Dean sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Dean sheep claim sO- W J Glasscock five sheep killed 30 00 Thos Dean appraiser in Glass cock sheep claim 50 Riley Tucker appraiser in Glass cock sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Glasscock sheep claim 59 Jas B Ricketts one sheep killed 8 00 S W Bassett uppraiser in Rick etts sheep claim 50 Jas L Cashman appraiser in Ricketts sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fees as justice in Ricketts sheep claim 50 W H Dowell five sheep killed and three injured 47 50 S W Bassett appraiser in Dowell sheep claim 50 R B Cox appraiser in Dowell sheep claim 50 II G Vessells fees as justice in Dowell sheep claim 50 A Me Meador four sheep killed and seven injured 5100 R 0 Basham appraiser in Mea dor sheep claim SO K Harman appraiser in Meador sheepclaim 50 John OReilly fees as justice in Meador sheep claim 50- A V Whitworth one sheep killed 4 00 Jas T Basham appraiser in Whitworth sheep claim 50 5 L a Dan Hayres appraiser in Whit worth sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fees as justice In Whitworth sheep claim 50 A V Whitworth one hh ep kill ed and one injured b 00 Jas T B shatn appraiser In- Whilworlh sheep claim sO Dan Haynes appraiser in Whit worth sheep claim H G Vessells fees as justice in 50II Whitworth sheep claim j Jas T Basham one sheep killed 50II and one injured 8 A V Whitworth appraiser in Basham sheep claim 50 Everett Dowell appraiser in Basham sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fees as justice in Babham sheep claim t 50 Jas T Basham one sheep killed and four injured 17 00 A V Whitworth appraiser iis Basham sheep claim 50 Jas Hayden appraiser in Basham sheep claim sO H G Vessels fees as justice in Basham sheep claim 50 Jno T Matthews nine sheep kill ed- Thos 67 50 L Ryan appraiser in Mat thew sheep claim 50 Nat M Newman appraiser in Matthews sheep claim GOT M Bates fees as justice in Mat thews sheep claim 50 Jno T Matthew six sheep killed and four injured 61 00 I Thorn L Ryan appraiser in Mat thews sheep claim 50 B H Wilson appraiser in Mat thews sheep claim 50 TjJ Rates fees asjustice in Mat thews sheep claim 50 W H Payne one sheep killed and four injured 2S 00 J H McCoy appraiser in Payne sheep claim 50 P D Hawkins appraiser in Payne sheep claim 50 H G Vessels fees as justice in Payne sheep claim 50 Ezra Carman one sheep killed 7 00 Raphael Knott appraiser inCar man sheep claim 50 Lee Hair appraiser in Carman sheep claim 50 J T McCamish fees as justice in Carman sheep claim 50 G W Holmes seven sheep killed 42 00 Pal Garner appraiser in Holmes sheep claim 50 Oscar Glasscock appraiser in Holmes sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Holmes sheep claim 50 R M Wilson one sheep killed 6 00 Frank Compton appraiser in Wilson sheep claim 50 Frank Davis appraiser in Wilson sheep claim 50 Jno OReilly fees as justice in sheep claim 50 J Continued Next weekII T e Ded Rock Of Success lies in a cn c ar brainlackel by in j llomltab iIla resistless energy Such w romes f the splendid health thatrDr KingsJTew Life PillsII impart They vltaU everv organ and build up brainjjdobody J A Harmon Lizemo jJ Va writes t They are J thebesC pills I ever used 25c at Sev 1rS Drugstore I iNDEANE you want the best flour buy the ewisport BEST patent flour Last Wednesday Charlie Stone of Falls of Rough was married to Miss Vera Hood of Morgantown They will make their home at Morgantown where he is engaged in denistry Mrs Arthur Smith and Mrs E L Robertson were in Louisville Saturday shoppingMrs C Moorman is visiting in OwensboroMiss Mattingly visited friends in Louisville last week Miss Lake Hines the music teacher was unable to be with her class last week We hope to see her out again soonMiss Nancy Smith went to Fordfiville Saturday to visit her parents Mrs C L Fisher is visiting her mother in Irvington 1 Mr and Mrs J B Hoskins are visit ing her parents at Rockvale Misses Nell and Louise Moorman were in Louisville shopping last week Miss Maxine Hoskins daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Hoskins has been very sick but is better at this writing I Bill Mattingly has bought the property where Mr Sanford Pool lives Mr Ernest Millner visited his sister in Louisville Saturday Mrs W C Moorman will be in Lou WOMEN IN1 CHURCHii- CL1M AND SOCIETY ERUNA fC9 BE A I 1O3LLk M 5 4 4i W1 NifJiIyi 1 c NECESSITY Y Jrr 1ift rtJ Ji J II Letters From Wisconsin New York Oklahoma ArkansasICatarrh of Head Miss Della Shepherd Box 651 brim Wis Treasurer Universal Sisterhood writes I suffered with catarrh of tho head a good many months Although I tried to got something that would rid my head of this ologgednp condition I could not seem to got relief I told my troubles to the druggist who advised Peruna as he said ho never heard of a case of catarrh that it had notcuredIglad to try it and was pleased with the results A change for the lit ter took place within a tow days din a fow weeks I was cured Ijjmul no moro headaches my nose anujiead wero very clear and I felt much tomcr Polypus and Throa rouble Mrs OI1 McHarguejJBOT N 28th St Billings Montana wrjros After I received our advice In re gard to tho supposjjn polypus as I then could not affordjlo have it removed I began to take Xprnna thinking I might at least got aomo temporary relief By tho Upio I had taken ono bottle tho polypqf had disappeared and three bottles cjKed tho catarrh and throat troubloJr I jpvo recommended the medicine to sooral friends As a ministers wife I anno In contact with all classes of peo nip and shall always speak a good word mi Poiuna isville next week buying her fall stock of goodsP Hoskins has purchased the property where Rod Mattingly lives- J R Shacklett of Ekron was the guest of Miss Mabel Hoskins Sunday For a c r Lea a stout heart and strong mind Witts Little Early Risers gentle tfe easy pleasant little pills c Witt arbolized Witch Hazel Salv s unequall or anything where a s ye is needed an s especially goo for Piles Sold by a drug gists BIG SPRING Mr Van Kilson of tVersaillos was the guest of Miss Lady Clarkson last weekX jfyou want the best flour buy the ewisport BEST patent flour Mrs Ben Dowell and Miss Vertie Moorman are visiting near Branden burg Mrs Jennie Wallace returned home Saturday She was accompanied home by Mrs Achilles Moorman who will visit her son Raymond Rev King wife and four daughters B F BEARD President M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMKCOlC AsaistnjrcCashior i Catarrh of Throat Miss Maud Bougnrd 200 12th St Brooklyn N Y writes I was afill tad for two years with catarrh of tho throat At first it was very slight but every cold I took mado it worseI your directions and in a very short time I began to Improve I took one bottle and am now taking my second drcan safely say that my throat and head aro cleared from catarrh at tho present time but I still continue to tako my usual dose for a spring tonic and I find thoro is nothing bottor Words cannot express how thankful I feel for my euro as I did not know tho comfort of a good nights sleep till now I was continually bothered with my breathing 1 could scarcely breathe through my nose at all but now I go to bed and sleep tho whole night through without any trouble Stomach Trouble Mrs Mary Shanks Marshall Oklahoma writes- uPcrunals tho best medicine on earth It has cured me of stomach trouble that I had for seven years and I only took six bottles When I wrote you for ad vice I would hock up stringy mucus my stomaoh bloated often my digestion was poor my skin sallow bowels irregular- I hope Pornna may help thousands as it has helped me arrived from Morganfiold last week The stewards from the four appoint ments CusteriConstantine Mays Grove and Big Spring met ut the parsonage Wednesday to see about furnishing the house and the salary- J S Morris attended the grand lodge at Louisville last week Mr Russell of Louisville was the guest of Mfss Edna Dowell Sunday Rev and Mrs King spent Friday near Custer with Mr Trent John Carr and Ben Gorenflo of Eliz abothtown spent Sunday with Miss Ada Meador Dr Strother came up from Owenstoro Sunday and spent a few days with his brother and sister Mrs Collins and daughtorMiss Pearl went to Flaherty Friday Mrs John Meador arrived home from Owensboro Sunday- Mr Van Nelson of Louisville has bought Mr Jess Clarksons farm III have bee o ewhat costive but Doans ReguJIflejMgave just the results desired They fictHdldly and regulate the iiiimuJjipifTnv George B Krause 306 Walnut Ave Altoona Pa Use Our Want Column Capital Surplus anJ Un= divided Profits 11 00000 Running Ear Miss Mattio L Sangstor Xensott Arkansas writes I am now seventeen years old and have had a running ear sinco I was about three years old It had become very offensive notwithstanding I had anybon43My father meeting a neighbor who told him that his wife had boon cured by Lacupia and Peruna then wrote to Dr Hartman asking his advlco He was told that I had catarrh of tho mid die oar or chronic otitis IIHo recommended Lacupia and Pe runs and after using throe bottles of each I find myself entirely cured xfi discharge and offcnsivoodor are both gone and I can hear as well out of that oar as tho otherA Remedy Mrs E T Gaddis Marion N awrites Before I commenced to take Peruna I could not do any hard work without suffering great pain- I took Peruna and Manalin and can say with pleasure that it has done more for mo than any othor medicine I have over taken Now I am as well as over I do all neverhurtsmodie1aetor NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land of Breckiuridge county Ky residing near Cloverport hereby give notice to all persons that we forbid hunting and killing game or trapping or gathering hickory nuts or trespassing on or said premises either through day or at night or at any time from and after this date without the written permission of the owner Any one known to bo guilty of such tresspassing jvill be prosecuted to the extent of the law November 7th 100i William Rlleyi 1E O Riley W Jim Montgomery Here I The other day a distinguished look lug man of the old school came driv ing into Cloverport Howdy Judge Montgomery was the greeting Dr Newson extended himHe quickly answered Jim Montgomery now ant Judge Montgomery November 3 MrCMontgomery running on the Independent ticket for Circuit Judge Whil here he was tho guest of Mr and MrsJ John Babbage I The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company 1 50000 DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge 1 G W Beard D S Richardson Dr AM ItincheloG C V Robertson BR Beardl Pay3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much asN tire best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed 1 f bank can afford to pay I t