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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii THEBRECKENRIDGM NEWS k Zvi 4 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTrt rtI I I tVOL XXXIV 17Iw MISS CRENSHAW AND MR PHELPS MARRIED Young Bride Extensively Enter XaiuedBridal Couple Receive r Several Hundred j 0 PresentSrWiUV heretLive r t J WEDDING fc T0 ASIIEVILLE- t I I s s sft Woodford sun rShe marriage of Miss Aline Scott i drehshaw and Mr Pavi4 iji nard t Jfcfosi of Cloverport while simple in irrarigements Was a beautiful event yerrtrrdayafternoofatt 5 oclock at the Christian church The decora r tlohs were unusually pretty Palms ferns atia yeltow chrysanthemums formed the baokhroundand on either Mdeof the altar were festoons of ivy and clusters piautumn leaves thee r Vivid scarlet and yell6vprcdqmina rigi producing brilliant effect t4ifrs l tv pCe9itled at tIle organ AfteYlte r rrivall of the guests Mts Alice Field sang with inuch sweetness Behold it is Morn Erof L1k Wheeler playing the ac compahimeptYIuhengrins march an pgrtnced +the bridal party which r entered fjrpm either side of the church w Tee ushers were Messrs Viley Mc Firanjof Georgetown Willard rcwaberryyo1 Louisville Hugh Hunter df Panama and James Cary They were followed by the attentive little Mower girls Blanche Hunter and Elizabeth Bowman of Fayette county wearing dainty lingerie gowns with pink ribbons and sashes and carrying pint chrysanthemums- The bride wilS escorted to the altar by her father Dr J W Crenshaw The bridegroom was attended by his best mansj Mr Robert Salisbury of Chicago Tjhe Rev Rt J Bamber fbfnied the ceremony using the g service The bride wore a stylish gown of jjrey broadcloth entrain elaborately Mjnmed In silver embroidery with a iojjeh of rare lace and silver net ahout thd neck and sleeves Her hat was grey with coral wings and she Carried an armful of white chrysan themumsPreceded by the flower girls the happy couple left the church and drove to the home of the bride After congratulations and faVewells they leftforLcxington where they tOOK tae Qid train for a weeks stay at Asheville N 0 The popularity oT the bride was shown inthe handsome gifts she re celvedt numbering several hundred Mrs Phelps was extensively enter tained the week before her wedding BeautifulI andclaborato parties were given hersays the Woodford Sun fhe was guest of honor of the Chi Epgllon Chi at the Chapter house in Lexington at a beautiful dinner Twenty guests were present and SweeneyJYI TO LOUISVILLE Mayor Harris and Family Move Miss Harris Departure Regretted by Cloverport I fYoung Folks Jilti and Mrs Harris and family left d Friday for Louisville to make their tome They will live at Brook and St- Catbrine o JMfr Harris Up until yestarday was Mayor of Clov6rport and was a most prornigeptcttfien For a number of- seers lie holJJ9f ion at the Lt Hr JfcSt Lshoip aui Is owner Of the rock- crusher Ulrl 1 jj- I at ye tJ Mrs Harris an hltt 1 vely daughter- Miss Jennie MailI will Indegd be truss A by the Clpyif port people 7 Mrs Harj ris was err hospitable withterlbtj1 r r and the young people have h1daIlYi i lid times there I 1 1 JWr and Mrs Harris sons Edward f and Russell fwill live Wilhthem 111 1 ntsvalle whte thy will enter business Moving Furnishinfs I Dr ppoae and his mother MrsHayes tut busy tlila week moving their furnish inei In the JIar1iJ property which they r jrte jtItreeentlyi bought Their fur= II- It rairtrrivedfrotviodgeusvillgFriday heTWdtritsl Is St Rose Court are dii lighted to have Dr Boone and Mrs Hsyitator J Z i albborarr t ANNUAL RECEP TION A DANDY I Cloverport Young People Have a Great Time at Epworth League Hallovveen Entertainment Thursday Night f REV DILLON APPROVES XIV1 V Unique andorttghiaiast the annual reception givet in the parlors of the JvfethodlsCchurshi Thursday night IrV Cilelnhttoa of Halloween- One hundred gusts or ino jr were preserft seventyfive persons rdbre sent d animals v Vv r Thoco tfomes were grotesque JhitK nV and unusuall One that attracted ifiH anp4vhitef cannot imagine how fondcrfullyvli i c hhJtaied Mr Jrog YJvjv l Mr Lafe Beheri and rjrV JJoone created thuKJh lapghttbr and gueSsTrtg by their make uPlIrtii13 heiircpre- seated an old womaajfJjtha lion race and Dr Boone wasiiijalpiny I dressed as a young girl Mn Otto Fallpn made furl for all He looked exactly like a monkey 4 If scatsrcowslions the menagerie Mr John Babbage wants tciknow W PwdJQ two prif I I that caught him buhls arms aridr marchedhim down the street The guessingcontesfJ1Pan g tl by Mr Dehtont revealed the dentityof the masked The excitement it caused was intense The Fortune Hunt wall cntertalnin- too Refreshments were served and after cohcratulations were extended to the League Social Committee the guests departed for their homes The committee extends thanks for the great assistance given them by the following Mrs Ira lichen Mrs MfS8offiousMrs Dunn and Mrs Stader Dr Sii mons Lawrence and Harold Murray Stuart Babbage ChasFallon and Mrs Ross This was the first social the new minister had attended here and several of the Leaguers had been toldl 1 that he would not approve of such entertainments for the benefit of the church However before the social was given the committee consulted Rev Dillon in regard to thematter He said it was all rightlito go ahead and Thursday night when h said goodbye lie and Mrs Dillon wereI both charmed with the good behavior and the innocent pleasure of the young people SIXTYTWO K Children Has Mr James Thorn hillA Rival is He to Mr 1 OldlIeltA Rapp hanY 1 Near Guston lives another very remarkable man for his activity at the age of eightyfour years He raised this year three acres of tobacco and several acres ofcorn When he goe to market he walks a distance of t three miles Mr Thornhill is the father of ten children all living fortytwo grand children and ten great grandchildren He Is still a gay old man it is said uphisMrTbornhillsr from him Buys Farm QllntMattingly of Evansville htas bought a tract of land from RC lattingly and will occupy MnMa6 tlnglys dwelling house MtvC ands Mrs Maltlttgly move to Gloverport tlii4 month I 1 A Scahheoys Shrieks hprriBed his grancmathertMrs Maria Taylor of NeoKyrwhoj writes that when all thought he wopldille Buck leas Arnica Salve wholly cured hInt Infallable for BurHsrScald Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures FtVerSpres Bolls Skin Pruptiptis ChI IblaiaS Chap pd Hsnd8 Soon routs Jllelf25cat l Sclera Drug MoroA f k I J y Thq olecfl itTnis so clbsb in this county that it will take the official1 count to s ttlen But it is It victonr for the Democrats even if they l1iJlt gQt the ollicee To ovoconie u majority of 520 is olttetllinr to boproudof ll 4ttLouiscillc the Democrats won by almmtmo plajority- V c Ql1bn e cat ried Cloti erporthy 23 nO barb Bgiu d earned itby IVWagffOnor by 8 I i Latest frQmStcphcbfiPortStill counting At Union Star 67 Iballots wore written on with poiri and ink = I + HSNDSOA1E Improvements Made at the Ala t sonic TempleEdi Gregory Does Excellent Workf The Masouic Temple is being beauti antidi comdpl t dwnl ilea gorgeous faJrand Is being worked over by EdJ Gregory Public Sale Notice Especial attention is called to the public sale of A L Howard on Wed nesday Nov 10 on the James E Chapin farm on the pike and about four and one half miles from town Return Home Misses Mabel and Eva McGlothlan of Irvington returned home from Louis ville Monday night aftera most pleas ant Visit to Miss Lillie McGJothlan whos v homeis onIjocond street i i Anxious Abuut Hamell f 1909eHir ePlease change my address from Spelt yvihe Hli to Medina N D where t am now working Please rush text copy or in other words do not fail t6 maillt here as I am very anxious to hear from Cloverport Thanking you in advance I am OF Tihius City Election The Ticket in this cityHReid Hook Yeager Skillman Whitehead and Dr Lightfoot were elected city couticel men In the Mrfyors race contest Wills elected City Judge S Making Nice Improvements Mrs Jordan is having many attrac hershotel the St George BEWLEYVILLE Preston Foote sold a pair of mare mules to a Cincinnati bMyer for 460 If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Chas H Drury sold a pair of three yearold jack mules to Lewi0 Logsdon- of Brandenburg for 300 Chas D Hardaway attended the district stewards meeting at the M E C Sat glizabethtowu the middle of the weekMiss Grace Cofer of Elizabethtown several dogs last week with Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway Apse Jilaucho v Jolly attended the au anal aiaetiug of theElistorn Star at Pnducah ast Woek She brought home with her one of fife State offices that of I Stets Warden There will be a tweeting of the Burley Tobacgp Growers at Irvington on Thursday next at 1 oclocktlspeaker will be present qtvjthat occasion repre sentlag the Burley organization who rwHkupo6 1he subject pf pooling the Ogcrogf Alljtolqco growerislipuidr attend w1i r t 11 t HOOKWORM I Disease Creating Much Talk and Horror Appendicitis lidS a Big Riva- lIt 1 is no longer the style to have appendicitis says a New York journal the hookworm has cut it out Lengthy articles are being written now On the Hookworm which is causing much suffering in the South Last week a Southern cdUegS iras forced to suspend 0n accountof the disease among thestudents At a meeting of physicians and scientists at the Standard OH offices In New Fork Thursday it was an nounced that J D Rockefeller had decided to giye a million dollars tpbe used in an effort to wipe out the hook Worm disease in the South 1 Senator Owen Moves Lewisporthasflth Elevator Comjpany and he has already entered upon his new work i succedsrJas Hill of Stanley He will remove Iris family to Owensboro in a few days and reside here permanent ly Senator Owen is already well known here and he will be cordially welcomed by many friends The above from the Owensboro Messenger of Sunday will be read with much regret in Hancock county where Senator and Mrs Owen havei lived at Levlsport for probably sixI years They have endeared themI selves to all the people and their de parture will be taken as a signal for genuine regret Senator Owen aside from his political prominence has made the county a very valuable man and citizen He has been a heavy dealer in stockvand farm products generally and jri this regard was abundantly helpful to the agricul tural interests all over the county The Clarion only voices the sentiment ofthe entire county when It wishes this popular couple continued success and happiness In their new home Clarion Fortytwo Club Friday night Miss Hazel Holder ou tertained the Fortyrtwo Club The club members are Misses Susie and Lessie Newton Mamie Gardner and Ola Fallen Mrs Klngsbury Mrs Dunn Mrs Collins Warfield Collins Carl Gregory Ed Morrison and Prof McCoy Mr Hall Writes He- Wanted to Be lIeref The News has receiveda long letter pleasefromsaying he would like tptbe here to- vote the Democratic ticket Mr Hall Writes he is dolngvwell in Kansas and advises all to como there Candy in the Mails The Post Office Department has announced that c idymaybe sent through the mails provided it is well packed and dqes not contain pre I served f ltsllhe order was in re spouse to humferpug cpmpiaintaHiakei at CWlstmM time Jastfyear 7 = j n if Makes thG most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious i inciP1vierA- 6soJ teyPws No fretting over the biscuit making Royal is first aid to many a cookssuccess k W Q ADAMSSUMMONED Former Owner and Publisher of- 0vensbgroInquirer 0 a Vic = p 5it v flip Vflf Tuberculosis Was Splendid Man HELPED THE NEWS OUT Last Wednesday William Quincy Adams for 13 years owner and publisher of the Owensboro Inquirer died at his home in Owensboro Hie death was duo to tuberculosis of which he had been ill for several years Mr Adams was born in Hancock county January iSY3When seventeen years of age he went to Arkansas where he stayed for ten years or more He returned to Kentucky and en ered ne So paper work At the time of his death Mr Adams bad disposed of the Inquirer but was connected with several other business firms in Owensboro He is survived by a wife and one childBefore her marriage Mrs Adams was Miss Grace Tinder of Madisonvillo Mr Adams was noble and nrmgrian ious for a man of his years edid much for his friends When the News suffered in the fire that visited Clover port nine years ago he sent Mr Bab bage a check which helped out a long way WHITWORTH WINS- FIRST PRIZE In Bacons Pumpkin Conttst Pumpkin Weighs 74 Pounds Prize 10 in Cash PARTICULARS IN AD Alf Whitworth of Stephenspcrt won the first prize in Bacons Pumpkin Con test Ten dollars spot cash came to him for his pumpkin The contest was most interesting end particulars are given in Bacons ad In this issue of the News Bacons is the most popular stpre in Louisville They adrtjse on a large scale and they sell good In the same verypersonJJarticJ r thenij Entertains Club ghtfpl1yentettt dftorinoonI v rr v v Attractive Party Miss Eliza May gave a Halloween party Thursday afternoon to parentsSf thep pi1so a her lrhndergartou Fa ots- YArrt e and an entertainingrl tat rendella A lS BEAUTIFULCEREMONIES At McQuadyCorner Stone Lay ing of St Marys of the ft4Woods Church Held V 4 Last Thursday LARGE CROWD ATTENDED In every respect was the day at McV Quady last Thursday very gratifying to Father Kane and the members of the church of St Marys of the Woods The cornerstone was lard with bean byFatherBrey of this city was one of thev JDinn1 JI unared to Nearly two thousand persons wero in attendance and a glorious day was spent t Notes A beautiful large hall built by theL members of the congregation of iirMary of the Woods wits named M Closky Hall in memory of the late Bishop McCloskv t r o op One of the lovely services hold Thura ftlbHigho oO a The entire foundation of the church was Messed with an earnest and Im pressive ceremony 000 The first prize given in the contest for the benefit of the church was a run about vyon by John Ruppert McQuadyv His ticket was NO 42 000 r I The second prize was won by tlcktt Wtickett lshotgun v 000 x The third prize was a Jersey heiftr won by John Jolly McQuady Isistticket was No 20liB h 000 Father Ktiue and the membhsioft1i parrlsh 0 Vlsh to thank ftlbfoV their Sti4 tendance iutoroataniliberaVdbuaUoni vS TS i ACCIDENT J 1Whlle hunting Saturday Harvey MussolnVan of Irvington got accidents allyl shot in life leftfppt He was takia to St Josephs Infirmary where his foci j ides amputated The operation wwi 0L c MrJohnt VafTiJh Destructive Fire igL 1 I tfr t i lancg it barnstock arialat wrliatroyedbytiro J j = U i to f1 f S r l w KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH OraKings New Discovery FORC82gsHSM 100 Free AND ALL TROT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Ofllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky THE SANATORIUM The handsomest and most beauti ful sanatorium in Louisville is that of Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street The Sanatorium is equipped with all the modern conveniences and is now opened for patients Dr Bush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recommended by all of Louisvilles doctors Anyone contemplating an osteopathic treatment should either write or call L to see Mrs Bush- YAAAaitkitkilitititAAaR11AAAdA + t I FOR SALE i x c a A number of Farms dif t ferent Sizes and Prices Ii v AKThe Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co I q G- ttrrorrirrrrrrv rrrrrrrnrrrrrtrrST- YLISH COMFORTABLE a Tailor Made Clothes J AH the latest patterns for Suits fabIF y erute prices Expert tailors employed i I r J JJ H HUNSCHE CoCantieltonInd ih t INSURANCECapt 4 District MatiiRer Columbia Life Itjstir ance Co writes all kind of hfe insurance policies Accident and Sick Benefits and Special Mortgage Protection Plan Pol icy See himat once r H DesHf nOORMAN at Law IiAttorney KY Will pnirUeo his profession n all of the Courts of llrokonrldku and adjoining count er Spccln attention Klren to collections road Cases and criminal practice Liconst to practlco InUni ed States UNtujt Ujuru- Ofllco jvur Bunk ot Ilardtnsbur p tlonmaygutchlyIntention Isprohnblr plll ntllhlo Communion tloneetrlotlyaonadantinl ANDBOOK on Intenta PIIIOlIlslfttcuLt tboScientific i A hiuidiomelr Illnntratod weekly Largest cir culation of nny ncionUUa Journal Tepee 3 a roar four moiillu b L Sold byall newsdealers YorkBranch IWoBuy 1 FURSHides and J Wool Feather Tallow Beetwaz Ginseng Golden ScaIYeDow Root MaT Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealer celiturylDLouimlIe t agents or ootnnuraoil merchants Reference any Hank in Louiinlle Writt rot weekly price lilt and thipfing Up M Sabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Revolver Needed JohnIll bring you a fork sir The Customer What for lobn The pbcesc sir The CustomerA forks p no good Bring a revolver London Sketch A Slim Chance Willie Pn why do they call our Inn guasc vtlio mother tongue PaShi Its because Yof furher never gets a chance to uso It London Tit flits Only those wiiodo something for tho world have right to wear its crowns Wentwort F Stewart t t i S Making Money On the Farm XVIII The Vegetable Garden By G V GREGORY Author ofullomD Course In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Press Association GOOD vegetable garden will pro duce at least half of the film ilys living during the summer months to say nothing of the vegetables that may be canned or Btorcfl In the cellar for winter use Many farmers object to a garden as causing too much work That Is large ly because they make It so The lar gest Item of work is hoeing and If the garden Is properly planned and man aged little of that will need to be done The mistake most often made Is In the location of the garden It Is put In a little corner back of the house where there Is no room to use horse tools It Is much better to plant a few fruit trees in such a space and locate the garden some place where It can be worked by horsepower Securing Early Vegetables A south slope is best If early vegeta bles are wanted A sandy soil Is also a big help In getting things started early but almost any soil may bo made to give good results by draining and manuring Fall plowing is a nec essary step In getting the garden plant ed early Then as soon as It is dry shouldii DC disked and harrowed until the best possible seed bed is produced Earliness Is a prime essential in a vegetable garden One of the main satisfactions in having a garden is in being able to send a mess of peas or a watermelon to the neighbors before they have any of their own Then too the family begins to get hungry for green stuff usually long before there Is any for use Besides having light early splx a south slope and preparing tiro around early there are a nunibcE6f other de vices that can be rcsoDtcd to to secure earliness One pfthe most Important of these Is tlC botbed A hotbed costs Iittletiiil after its advantages have oncc becn found out by actual trial it r 10clIr In order to get the most possible heat from the sun The main source of heat however is fermenting horse ma mIre A pit may be dug for the ma nure but the hotbed will be just as successful If the manure is plied on top of the ground The pile should be about two feet deep and should ho spread out tint and packed tightly It should extend out about two feet each way from the frame that Is to be used The manure used should have the proper proportions of straw and mols ture so that it will be springy but not too loose It is n fact that much of the success of the hotbed depends on the proper condition of this bent supply If the manure Is too far advanced In decomposition the fermentation will not be active enough to generate the proper amount of heat On the other hand it active fermentation has not already begun the necessary heat will not bo on hand when It is wanted and ger minatloll and growth will bo alto gether too slow A little careful at tendon to this matter will prevent this appointmentThe may be of any desired size according to the size of glass that can be secured A storm wlndov makes a good top for a hotbed If no glass can be secured a sash covered with muslin may be used The frame should be about eight Inches deep in front and fourteen behind As soon as the manure has been packed in place the frame should be placed upon it and about five inches of rich soil pine ed inside The best way to get this soil is to store it away in a barrel the fall before as you will want it long before the ground thaws in tho spring Managing the Hotbed Tho proper time to start the hotbed Is about six weeks before tho ground outside will be ready for planting About three days after the hotbed has been started the temperature will have become uniform and the seeds can bo planted They can be planted thickly ilnco they are to be taken up before they have mado much growth The principal plnnts started in a hotbed are cabbages and tomatoes Lettuce and radishes may also ho grown in the hotbed and if planted thinly enough may bo left there until they are large enough to use If you want a few early melons or cucumbers thp seed may bo planted in strawberry boxes of dirt and placed in the hotbed When the weather is sufficiently warm outside they may bo set out in the garden The roots will make their way through tho sides of the box and three or four weeks will be saved This is nclerer dovjco fortreating early sow- Ings of plants which do not bear trans planting Started in this way early in- sU the season they may be transferred box and alb into the garden bed and suffer no backset During cold nights the hotbed should be covered with straw or old carpets to keep It from getting too cold Inside On sunshiny days the sash may have to be raised during the warmer part of the day to give ventilation The plants should be watered In the morn ing on warm days only to prevent too great a reduction of temperature A cold frame is almost as necessary as a hotbed The plants raised in n hotbed are very tender and are liable to be Injured if transplanted directly to the garden The cold frame is made the same ns a hotbed except that no manure is used After the plants have obtained n good start in the hot bed they should be transferred to the cold frame The plants in the cold frame are gradually accustomed to the outside nil by leaving the sash up for longer perl 1 U day This transplanting also helps the tomatoes und cabbages In another way In that It makes them thicker stemmed and causes better root development A stocky plant of this kind is always a better grower and yielder Early Potatoes- A Food way to secure earliness in the case of potatoes is to pack n num ber in sand somewhere where they will get plenty of light This should be done a week or so before planting time As soon as the ground is ready these tubers are set out carefully so as not to break off the sprouts which have started A week or more In the earliness of the crop can be saved in this way The early potatoes may be planted rather shallow and a thIck coating of straw placed between the rows On nights when there is danger of freezing the plants can be covered with straw No cultivation will be necessary since the straw will keep the weeds down and conserve mols ture When digging time comes the straw cnn be thrown back and the po tatoes will be found on top of the ground or nearly so Of course this plan is not practicable except for a few rows of the earliest potatoes Rhubarb and Asparagus Another method of securing early vegetables Is by the use of perennials or those which come up from the roots each year The most Important of these arc asparagus and rhubarb As paragus is one of the most delicious vegetables that can be grown and It fills in a space In the spring when there is nothing else available lUlU barb comes nearer to being a fruit making appetizing sauce and pies In starting un asparagus bed the land should be manured heavily ad plowed deeply One yetim old plants grown from seed should be planted four Inches deep and a foot apart in rows three feet apart The early spring treatment of the asparagus led con sists in giving it a thorough disking After the cutting season Is over a lib eral coating of manure should be scat tered between the rows The stalks should be cut In the fall before the berries are fully ripe to keep the bed from becoming filled with seedlings Asparagus cannot be cut much before it is three years old Rhubarb Is grown from roots planted eusUyI any out of the way corner and kept well mulched and manured- In planting the garden those plants which have the same habits of growth should be put together The early crops should also bo bunched as much as possible In some cases an early crop may be got out of the way In time to put a later one on the same ground Cultivation The garden should bo laid out in long rows and as much of the cultivation as possible done with a horse cultivator A one horse walking cultivator is best for this work A wheel hoe to get close to the plants and into the corners is a valuable addition to the equipment As a last resort a hand hoc may have to bo used once In awhile to get the weeds out of the row Changing the garden to a new place every few years is a big help in keeping weeds In check If the garden Is put on clean soil in the first place and few weeds are allowed to go to seed the labor problem will be greatly simplified Insects Of all the Insects that attack garden crops the one that probably causes the most trouble is the striped cucumber beetle A practice often followed whore but a few hills of vine crops are grown Is to cover the young plants with a frame of mosquito netting A better plan is to knock the beetles to the ground by a slight blow and kill each one with a drop of kerosene Sprinkling the plants with pepper to bacco dust or air slaked lImo will help someParis green applied at the rate of one pound to a hundred gallons of wa ter with four pounds ot freshly slaked limo added to prevent Injury to tho foliage is one of tho best remedies for cabbage wormy andmostof the other insects that infest garden crops Tho big tomato worms can best be killed by knocking them off into n can of kerosene t a STEPHENSPORT Rev Ed Goodson delivered a very in teresting sermon at the M E church Sunday morning nlso t fine lecture Monday night Miss Zelma Lay was in Louisville SaturdayMrs Henry Dowell and daughter Mrs Bert Varble were guests of Mrs G W Payne last week Mrs Nancy Dowoll has not been so well for a few days Jess Walls spent Saturday and Sun lay in Hardinsburg with his parents Mr and Mrs Lee Walls Mrs S H Dlx and Mrs M L Rob erts spent a few days in Louisville last weekJ W French shipped two carloads of cattle to Owensboro Monday- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs Georgia Sargent was in Louis ville one day last week Mr and Mrs Byron Bean and chil dren of Hartford are guests of Mrs Georgia Sargent Mr and Mrs Harland Morgan and children returned home Monday from a few days visit to their mother Mrs Annie Diecknmn near Sample Mr Smith Wagoner of Hites Run died at the home of his son Charlie Saturday evening He had been in bad health for some time anti came up hero thinking the change would benefit him His remains were taken to the Wagner cemetery for iinterment Miss Lena Payne went to Louisville Friday shopping Miss Mabel Moonnau of Velvlngton is the guest of her nunt Mrs M L Roberts Miss Pauline Moorman spent a few days in Louisville last Week Forest Beauthamp hasgoue to Illinois Miss Mary BaFenm was the guest of Miss Esther Payne Sunday Mr and Mrs Boyd McKaughan spent the day Sunday in Gloverport JR A Smith is on the sick list Mrs K B Blaine is on the sick list Mrs James Lay is visiting her sifter at Morganfield J The ladies offthe Baptist church will serae dinner the day of the election foi the benefit of the church Now every body go and get a good dinner for 25c liMy child was burned terribly about the face neck andchest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ceased and the child sank into a restfulsleep Mrs Nancy M Hanson Hamburg N Y Not Much by the Day LadyWhai Thirtyeight cents a dozen for eggs Why thats more than 3 cents for one egg GrocerWell mum you must remember that one egg Is a whole drays work for one hen Cleveland Lender CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of BeelerNorton Hardinsburg October 1OSpecial- A quietl mwedding occurred Saw urriayafternoon at time residence JD Beeler near Kirk the occasion being the nuptials of his daughter Miss Louise and Mr Harry Norton of Rising Sun lud They left Sunday for their home in Glencoe Ky where Mr Norton is connected with a cannery Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder be cause of its remark able health restoring properties Root fulfills almost everywish in over coming rheumatism pain the back kidneys liver and every part of the passage It corrects to hold water and scalding pain in passtngit- or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manytimesSwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been niade by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to younave kid ney or bladder trouble When reading writing this mentionJJ offer in this remedy Swamp in bladder urinary inability kidney private frndoutif toDrIhome a Hinghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle rI y Louisville Henderson St Louis Rf TIME Corrected to 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822 ill 40 Masco 0 tl 11 pr dtf7713 12 15 8 42 1210 Owensboro 400 852 345 050 1n- P M tli 727 IB 55 Alatfingly 38I fO 31 ntI nsf7t cofl746 fU 14 Reed f8 20 f6 10tof7 53 t0 20 Deals f8 15 f6 15b7 OS 922 Spottsvillc 813 f511 6 c 8 08 f9 27 Uaskett 8 OS f3 07 6 08 It 825 110 042 r 05 Henderson 310 755 255 555 nJ L u Mal135 1015 i Evansvllle 245 7 24 230 th 740 750 ST LOUIS 000 834 th IP 11 A M I toh IIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOPaTrains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and StmLouis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull vtmanirNo 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers fooastStl No 144 will stop at stations eastof Cloverport to discharge passengers fromsewest of Clover portom Hartford Lineahl 5 3 2 4 UallySTATIONS Dally ht Dally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sundayw 645 p m 11 10 a in Lv Irvlngton Ar 10 00 am 6 50 p m f G 52 tit 18 Basin Spring f 0 50 f 5 89 7 04 11 30 Garfield 0 35 5 24 715 fll 41 Harned f 9 24 f 5 13 717 11 48 Junction20 510 720 H 46 Hardinsburg 9 15 5 05 7 20 11 52 Junctlonn9 08 500 52f7 S 12 25 Glendeano 8 84 4 30I8 03 12 29 Dempster 8 2U 14 Bl 815 Falls of Rough 815 27fI 8 40 f12 40 Askins f 7 47 f 4 20 184r f2 45 Oaks f 7 40 f 4 13 r- I 8 48 f2 48 Mitchell f 7 30 f 4 10 851 Fordsvllle 784 f 9 29 1122 Dundee f 0 50 f330 21fi 1025 p m 2 18 p m HARTFORD 6 00 a m 240 p m Ell Real Estate Departments Do you want to buy n farm or businees i If you do youhe may find Just what you need in this department If you are interestole ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for ownersorII name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once AJ tolling us what you want and where you want it and lete1us introduce you to the man who has the very property yousoare looking forlitWo recommend tho following properties as being productiveav fanall in pricestpIDowant cash for your property send price and description at oncoVand let us show you how we bring buyer and seller togetheraoThis department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling tit buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick saleswlto Jno D Babbage m 111 160mila from Webster 2H miles from SO acres ti fresh bud and 80 acres m grass no waste land new house and largo new barn built last year For further particulars write to Jno D Dabba e Oloverport Ky C2 2 miles from GustoD 3 300I4Oacres from Irvington well watered lays well Rood young orchard good timber on rural route school house few yards iron house Improvements good four room dwelling with kltcben on back porch two good barns barn and tenent house andcis tern back In the Hold moat and hon house wood shod will sollon easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Babbage Oloverport Ky 67AORE FARM 5 room cottage ball and In good repair stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches und grapes a good well and never failing spring for stock water 200 yards oast of Hurdlnsburg In easy distance to tho High School building when erected CO find Vt 160 acres four miles west of 4 Z tUVJVS Qlondeano 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion 50 acres in grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco in neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwelling log dwelling J rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco barns D tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes- good land to clear Price 2000 H cash I 352 acres on llardlnsburg and pOyoU Falls of Sinking road 2 miles onestorydWblacksmith shop all pccessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture SS acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar true all good size Plenty ot good fieRoodWI bnblnedCloverport Ky Cistern basement whole flu Coexchangepl1 mwell155 acres flardlnsburg and 1 750 on 3 v Malls of Sinking road 2 mtleaIfrom Sample Improvements dwohloq I te1timberprhauledoflandtobacco and fruit Plenty good writer rItUkeasyfib SALFA1 oruU15 rooms two cisterns a walled collar fiveII barnsonel J trees also pears quinces and apricots most ke bevinyardbalance In woods 125 acres in grass several IUI tUwlrobylongCOR BALE A splendid stand for a drugjtlstqll tiebylietheInto a good practice and u good drug business a talIsulars address JNO D BAUDAI1EOloyer alF1 I I port ICy lI I phi If You are wise YOULL ADVERTISEr rantp J ofpa ou 1s- a u Mt U e- r a r i k DECORATIONl8- k l E Modern Adaptation of Handsome Eighteenth Century Furniture I SPINETS AS WRITING TABLES The Farmhouse Dresser Has Gone Up In the World Since Being Promoted to the Dignity of Dining Room Side boardIt somewhat of a moot question how far the conversion of old pieces of furniture to other than their orig Inn I uses Is advisable or Icgltrmnte It may be Ingenious but scarcely com mendable or It may be both clever and satisfactory Woruout spinets de prived of their mechanism nod inns e + querading as curio tables Lave about iif thorn a more or less pathetic aspect JOFIUcll up as writing tables they art t8 less suggestive of a skeleton and seem 19 to have taken n new lease of life with so e rigor left to them Whether tut- b o1 Dutch cooking pot Is equally ap proprlato and practical when doing 10duty as a coal scuttle as when fulfill 50lag its primary functions is a question that Is open to doubt but there Is t z no disputing its decorative qualities 13asa jardiniere The farmhouse or old gonelipromotedt813board or the drawing room etagere OS It carries Its advancement with dignity jj and has nothing of the upstart Iabout it and one cannot but rejoice at the honor done to It In its old age On the other hand n silver decanter stand turned Into a pincushion seems to have fallen from Its high estate while a rushlight holder set up as an orna tment Is a forlorn example of a missed l milvocation Old bedposts are rescued pedestalsmmor lamp are theym seem to show n kind of grateful rec ognition of the fact But one has more n feeling ot regret than pleasure wizen one sees them gaunt and many armed relegated to the position of bat racks The washstand of the past It a household god as to the adaptation of InwhIch to modern requirements there need be no scruples In form It Is so full of charm For use It is in those days of liberal ablutions so impossible that the most matter of fact critic can OU hardly cavil at its being consigned to stelegant retirement from active serv- Ice as a stand for flowers silver and isornamental trifles in the drawing room tee An old triangular washstand makes an letexcellent stand for china and its pres toDIIsome corner a room so no need to grudge In its promot- ionlvennd one of the miniature tripod wash stands or powder stands makes the prettiest of pedestals for a tall paten a IU flowering plant or n bowl of potpourri too Very cleverly are some washstnuds adapted and fitted up as escritoires with perhaps an old knife box to do ng duty as stationery case but on the leB whole it is perhaps more satisfactory to keep the little piece Intact Just us t tt its open top for ornaments after manner of the washstand in the = illustration a charming specImen In and figured mahogany with light satin wood Inlay wlllcb looks thoroughly om happy In the neighborhood of the two Jr fine old eighteenth century chairs Its r orconwUlporatlcs and possibly its cop panions of a century and a half or me more I l Mothsl be in bopterested to know of a paper that is a IOOtf preventive of moths also all kinds olto of tlusects including the white moth roarIt has a pleasant clean odor not tin- a lnJ1ko sandalwood and is laid on the shelves or used to line boxes or trunks rugsfivotvn Whectihey nre put away rust n fcen used previously by hotel oatkeelJKlBr lining rooms in which sumThmraz1 i andranprotectinguKthe j of their customers against lgstimnotlm Q moisture but It can now did be bittit retail in the single roll 1 lust believe c prho paper will not stain the finest tlrc fabric or injure It in any way It is for ahH nonpoIsonous For wrapping books that nro to be placed in storage or packed away I anatold It tins tip equal being mols turf proof hs fell ns insect proof is trorlnnammary Rheumatism v If Inflammatory rheumatism Is not ff long standing bathe the affected 1 parts with Sweet oil and saltpeteran v MJiCeortb Jlatter to a pint of oil it ta very effective tC AFTERSUFFERINtI ONE YEAR Cured by Lydia E Pink IiamsVegetable Compound EIInlchamsme a well woman and I would like to toll thewhole world of it I suffered from female trouble and fearful pains in my back I had the best doctors and they all decided that I had a tumor myfemale operationPinkhama Vegetable Compound made me a well woman and I have no more backache I hope I can help others by telling them what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has done fo- rmeMns EMSIAIMSK 833 First St Milwaukee Wis The above is only one of the thou sands of grateful letters which are constantly being received by the LynnMassLydia E Piukhams Vegetable Com pound made from roots and herbs actually does cure these obstinate diseases of women after all other means have failed and that every such suf ering woman owes it to herself to at Vegetable uphopeMrs Iiiilchain of Lynn Mass invites nil side women to write her for ndvico She has guided thousands to health and her advice is free Try a Hammock It you nre imrt nl room why nut swing a liiiiiiiiniiu up III your sitting room or bebuiil him IHie daily nap or the forty winks wlileh every silt re specting woman ought to allow herself It may brat taken down or put up In n minute IK sera In the way and It property hung Iis must comfortable In arranging the ropes or hoops have the head two feet higher than the feet This gives a comfortable curve If tie riga a are used hove till head rope shorter thou time other In this way there IIs less motion of the body t which so mummy people object to In hammocks A thin lint pillow adds to the comfort but even It IIs not nec essary If It Is a trouble to slow It away Some of time new hammocks have slightly raised sides to prevent falling out A New Combination The questionb what to do with the Teddy bear surplus stockl has ben solved In an ingenious manner by one manufacturer us the accompanying sketch shows lie has attached n china head nf the smiling popular Bll liken to a Teddy bear body and top ped oft the combination with n peach basket hat For the doll lover is a new creation in the rag doll group fashioned in imi tation of n widely advertised girlie This little rug lady is very attractive C BasketA novel little catchall basket for n toilet table has one of the little round palm fiber baskets that sell for G or 10 cents for the body part In this Bits a Japanese doll with the head feet and hands dressed In puffs of yellow china silk A little ingenuity will turn such a contrivance out In short order The dolls only purpose Is ns n cover and ornament for the basket Frightful Fate Averted- I would have been a cipple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disbewy Kelliher Minn without Buckleus Arnica alve which cured me1 Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scales Old Sores Both Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Severs DrugStore Subscribe Right Now c in n LOOKK OUT FUR IT The Electrobator Newest Piece of Drawing Room Furniture 4 PHEASANT BREEDING FAD Do Your Hair In a Swirl if You Would Be In tho Coiffure SwimGood Points of the Beauty Doctors Pro fession My Dear Elsu1vc done the Hud soil 1uitou celebration and the Hud son Fulton festivities have dam me Turn about Is fair play according to the rules of the game but In my pres eat frame of mind 1 wish Id given the other fellow a chance at both turns Ive rubbered so much theres no turn In my neck Its taut and Im taught a lesson to give popular demonstra tions the goby But the fiddler always cOllies round for his pay so why be grudge him the pennies In this In stance pounds were nearer time marl 1 too have watched the aerial flirta tions of Mr Vllblrdthc Japanese schoolboys name for the great tiler Isnt It lovely Wright and Miss Lib erty mind mummy other strange and wonderful sights have 1 seen lately but the strangest of them nil arose on my ken yesterday 1 was culling at the Van As and while waning till ar rival of my hostess in the drawing room I heard the queerest chirping twittering sounds No I wasnt afraid for the noise wits not the least like Ithe gnawing of mice so my Im pulse was not that of light but rather u spirit of investigation obsessed me which to my chagrin could not be satisfiedt When Mrs Van A finally appeared with her hair in a most fascinating swirlnow dont interrupt and ash what u swirl Is for Ill tell you in a few minutes 1 inquired of her the possible cause of the commotion You havent seen my eleetrobator have you she asked In her very latest ris lag English voice After having confessed my profound ignorance of the Invention I was taken across the room to a spot where n very handsome mar hogany box was standing I thought It was a phonograph This Is the electrubll tot and Im raising pheas ants In It slip explained Here in the drawing room I man aged to stammer stupidly Yes A lot of women who have taken up the idea hue the machine in their bedrooms but the noise makes me nervous Angels and ministers of grace defend womankind I But it seems pheasant raising Is the latest fad that has hit society It came the fadout of the west from Kansas City 1 believe whore Ithe wife of if capitalist first started the craze In Itself the Idea Is a good one gastronomlcally consid ered for the game laws are so rigid that few pheasants lire to be obtained for the table maul those that masque rude as such are really guinea hens HO say the wise ones But from the feminine viewpoint time fad is a benu ty feastl for the breeds of pheasants selected fur raising are those of bril liant pluniage Hut to come back to the electroba tor it Is nothing more than a modi fled Incubator heated by electricity Connection IIs made with nn electric chandelier and the current In the wires does the rest Time birds ore hatched In the elect robalor mind then removed to the brooder for a few weeks and dually taken to the aviary on Ithe lawn Of course when the Urdu sure full hedged the city kndws thrum no more unless they find a home in a detached house which is a novel ty In New York city This pheasant breeding fad Is aI splendid one to add to time list ofIthings that mire recommended to 8tn oft old age by an Englishman lecturing In this country Do somethingI ridiculous everyday says Mr Eustace Nile and you will not grow old The Ithing Is not to getI In n groove It seems and not to be come too grave timid settled To quote time gentleman trait the British Isles People should ttry to retain that sort of chlldlHlinesH which consists In being cheerful Interested In things open minded enthusiastic Mr Niles gives Americans ji hard lilt One of the youngest women I ever knew be said was elghtyflre one of the oldest men wits twelve tie was liT American anti to him there was nothing new under time sun Hut Ithis blase youth I am certain hind never Biert tthe swirl the coiffure novelty I promised to put you wise nhnut iI dislike awfully to tell you that alt those lovely pulls anti urJsJI bad such trouble matching for you nnd which cost you so much coin of the realms are nothing but junktrasb modlshly speaking on which you may rcallxe about 5 rents from nn nccom modating junkman Jone too are the l nrk Tanlii extensions known as Poyehes Till swirlI is an outward and visible sign or how you can fool the public Into Ithinking Ithat your hair grows on your head when It doesnt To be hearer all you have to do these blissful mornings in time hairdressing business Is to curl your lour and push It down over the forehead In n becom ing negligee fashion Thou hiving bought n switch thirty five liiihes long which will cost you as mummy dollars ph this old to nature under the front hair a tripe back from the router of the dome of thought Now divide the switch ns If for braid lug but dont go any further in the braiding operation Coll the right band strand of the switch about thoIleft side of the hind mind the left sine on the reverse section and re serve the middle piece for covering the center of the head Tuck the ends In time neatest and best way you can and presto the smart head dressing Is complete Youve attained the swirl Before excrescences extensions and pounds of Chinese hair alias false pompadours are in again your much abused lucks will have had time to take their place again us a crowning glory Did I say that before applying the switch whatever natural locks you happen to have left on your head must be smoothly coiled Into a flat knot just above the nape of the neck The hairdressing parlors here In New York have a waiting list of patrons who are eager to learn how to do the swirl Every girl and old wo man thinks shell be a vision of love liness In time simple coiffure but she wont Still Its a splendid ambition this striving to be beautiful and theres such a rage for beauty doctors that these specialists are reaping a fat harvest from the arts which they prac tice and from the sates of their much advertised pastes and nostrums With out doubt the beauty doctor craze is one that has come to stay for It Is n cult that appeals to most every wo man be she young or old rich or com paratively poor Besides beauty doc toring has lots oJ good points It gives the laziest an excuse for Imagin ing she Is busy It helps Its devotees to cultivate n taste which they know they cant afford but life would come to a standstill If we only did the things we could afford But this talk togeth er with the nook which has Just struck o reminds me that 1 have n facial massage appointment with my beauty doctor Yours devotedly ABEL Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as old r women but all get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Kings New Life Pills 1ho worlds best remedy for pick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c nt Severs drug store Noted Woman Dead Mrs Henrietta Morghii Dunce wife of Gen Basil W Duke and one of the most prominent women of time South died suddenly Wednesday morning TI e end came shortly after she arose and was due to heart failure Courier Journal Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse is not al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness Its wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the sorenesslimbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant Heres the Proof Mr G T Roberts of Uesaca Ga RFD No i Box 43wrltesi have used your Liniment on a horse for swee ney and effected a thorough cure I also removed a spavin on a mule This spavin was as largo as a guinea egg In my estimation the bet remedy for lame ness and soreness is Slo n9- sLinimentMr HMGlbbsof Lawrence Kans RFD No J writes Your Llnl meat Is the best that 1 have ever used I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and one soc bottle of Sloans Liniment entirely cured her I keep it around all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stock Sloans Liniment will kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price GOo and 100 Sloan + book on boric cattle iherp rand poultry seattree Address Dr Earl S Sloan loftoa f Kan USA Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion If you Suffer from Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Belching Sour Stomach Heartburn etc a little Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly Kodol supplies the same digestive Juices that are found In a healthy startsdigestion foodbutyou eat You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food to maintain strength and health digestedthoroughly ofIndigestionresult When your stomach cannot do Its work properly take something to help your stomach Kodol Is the only thing that will give the stom ach complete rest Why Because Kodol does tho same work as a strong stomach and does it In a natural way So dont neglect your stomach dyspepticKeepstrong by taking a little Kodol alltheyou need it Kodol is perfectly harmless Our Guarantee dollar canhonestlydrogglstanilbo druggIst knowthatpllestothelurgobottloonlyandtobutonoin times as much as the fifty cent bottle laboratories c = cc = c === rc I WKLY COURIERJOURNAL HNRY WATTERSON tdifcr i 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 the I NEWSIBoth One Year for 150I if you will give or send your order toIthis paper not to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal Year 600 Sunday Courier Journal Year 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paperj Iit 1 11 J j m i For Sale at the Breckenridge News Office CLOVERPORT KY Job WorkYes that is what we do andwhen WE do it it i- sDONEI RIGHT til r J T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charred for at tho rate of lO cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 1la advance Examine tho libel on your plperIl it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give hair old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 Wo want to call attention of the farmers in tho Burley district tho important meetings to be held at Irvington Garfield and Ouster this week Those who desire to get the dest price for their tobacco shouldattend these meetings and hear what the representative of the Burley Tobacco Society has to say and the propositions this society makes to the growers of this county n n What Folks Say About the News Whats the matter with the News Ours has not reached us yet this week Do not want to miss a copyD R Witt Brandenbug Ky- XXX Sent Through Hlstake The News was sent me through mis take this year but I am glad it was it is so much company for me and I never want to be without it sgalnMrs- Wm Mullen CloverportXXX Changes Address Please change the address of tho News from Graftcn Ill to Linn Creek Mo I am always anxioqs to get thedear old home paper With best wishes to the News I reman Very respectfullyMrs E Dyer xxx Valits Back Copies I missed several copies of the News Please send me back numbersRoy B Moorman DanvilleXXX Our Old Standby- I want your paper just the same Democratic Republican or D nit Bert Cunningham Chonault XXX Renews With a Dollar and Smile- I want to renew our subscription Lula Severs CloverportxxX Enclosed find check Please send me the NewsA Wallace Babbage Mid Ulesborough XXX I want the paper six monthsG F Greenwood SephensportXXX Put mo down for a yenrMrs Kath erine Carroll Cloverport Party in Louisville Mrs Coldwell Norton was the hostess at a i uffet luncheon given in honor of her charming guest Mrs Julia Mc Gavock Shields of Nashvilfe Tenn The decorations were appropriate to the Halloween season In the center of the refreshment table was a large pumpkin Mrs Norton and Mrs Shields were assisted in Receiving by Mrs T 3 Minary Louisville Times Sells Farm Bud Isom has sold his farm to John McGovern of Victoria GO RIGHT AT IT Friends And Neighbors In Clo verport Will Show You How Get at the root of the trouble Rubbing an aching back may relieve it But it wont cure it You must reach the root of Itthkidneys Doans Kidney Pills go right at it Roach the cause relieve that pain They cure too so Cloverport people sayGeo F Megerle River St Clover port Ky says For three months I was unable to do any work on account t I of my kidneys being disordered The passages of tho kidney secretions wer painful and my feet became so bally swollen that I was unable to get on tny shoos There was a dull ache in the small of my back which extended into my head and although I tried a number of different remedies I was unable to hind relief Finally Doans Kidney Pill d came to my attention and I procure a upply at Fishers drug store I used them according to direction and in si weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble I attribute my robust health today solely to the curative powers ofl DOSJS Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York Solo agents for the Unitedc States Remember tbennme IDoans and take itootherr I r Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is In all respects like the healing helpful painallaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray is a remedy that relieves at once All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 5G War reu Street New York GLENDEANE- Miss Louise Moorman gave a Hallow en party Saturday night in honor of Miss Ruby Stone and Mr Len Moor man of Leitchfield Miss Mable Hoskins and Mol lie Moor man returned home Sunday night after a most delightful visit with Mrs Bland Shacklett at Ekron If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs P B Hoskins Mrs Nell Hos kins and Mrs J C Mattingly spent Sunday with Mrs Bob Crider at her country home Mrs J C Bolton spent Sunday III Hardinsburg and attended the momoral services of Miss Eula Hensly Miss Edna Owen aud Miss Elenor Robertson were the pleasant visitors of Mr and Mrs Bill Hensley last week Mr and Mrs Arthur Smith are visiting his parents at Fordsville a tow days Miss Silver Mattingly visited In lIar dinsburg a few days last week Guy Moorman has returned to St Louis after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends Miss Johnnie Moorman visited Mrs Dave Murray Sundav SaturdayinMrs Hack Owen has returned from Leitchfield after visiting friends and relatives Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORI NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land of Breckinridge county Ky residing near Cloverport hereby give notice to all persons that we forbid stunting and gsthenURhickorypremises 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 be guilty of such tresspnssing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law November 7th 1009 William Riley E O Riley Col Johnson Anxious k About Election Returns Ben Johnson telephoned to the News thatIhim last night lIe said he was most theesubscriptionCor Panama Canal half Done On October 22 it was calculated thedThis work added to what the French canalxtwothirds finished The greater part greatCulehra els and fifty trains are at work ChildrenI Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI rhoLewisportI I J S I ja c 3 I l Proceedings of Fiscal Court Continued from Last Week D H Smith two sheep killed nflIone injured 15 00 Taylor Horsley appraiser in Smith sheep claim 50 Sill Thornhill appraiser in Smith sheep claim 50 Jno OReilly fees as justice in Smith sheep claims 50 Sid Johnson one sheep dead 0 00 HCnrman appraiser in Johnson she p cluimSOC H Davis appraiser inJohnson sheep claim j50 J T McCamish fees as justice in Johnson sheep claim 50 E B Oglesby eight goats killed 18 00 Wm Pine appraiser in Oglesby I goat claim 50 David Starks appraiser in Ogles by goat claim so- T i M Bates fees as justice in Og lesby goat claim 50 J M Howard two sheep killed 12 00 Charles Smith appraiser in Howard I sheep claim SOB H Wilson appraiser in How ard sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Howard sheep claim 50 Tice McCoy three sheep killed 15 00 Lawrence Glasscock appraiser in McCoy sheep claim i50 J T Gannaway appraiser in Me Coy sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as justice in McCoy sheep claim 50 D S Sipes two sheep killed 12 00 Walter Brown appraiser in Sipes sheep claim 50 S A Davis appraiser in Sipes cheep claim 50 j T McCamish fees as justice in Sipes sheep claim 50 W R Moorman Jr two sheep killed and injured 19 00 J I Limer appraiser in Moorman sheep claim 50 Wiley Smith appraiser in Moor man sheep claim uu Frank Ruppert fees as justice in Moorman sheep claim 5Q Ordered that court adjourn until 900 A M tomorrow heldInKentuckyHardlnsburgPresent Hon H DeH Moorman Breckenridgecounty nnmedjustices Best for Less j G OReilly T M Bates H G Vessells Chas H Drury Johns McCmish and Frank Ruppert being all the justices of the peace in commission On the motion of justice Bates sec ouded by justice Vessells it is ordered by the court that nn advalorem tax of thirty cents on each one hundred dol tars worth of taxable property in the railroad tax district of Breckenridge county Kentucky be and is hereby levied for the year J010 This tax is levied to provide a fund for the pay ment of claims against said district to pay the interest coupons and the bonds of said Tax District The sheriff under his bond for the collection of the coun ty levy is ordered to collect said tax and to pay same to the commissioner of said tax district who shall apply the same to the payment of any claims from the said tax district and ordered paid by this court and then to the payment of the interest coupons duo and unpaid and then to the payment of the bonds The coupons and bonds paid by said commissioner shall be delivered to him by the holders and the receipts from the commissioner to the sheriff tor the amounts paid by the sheriff to him shall be vouchers to the sheriff in his settle ments and a yea and nay voto being taken upon the foregoing order result ed as follows John OReilly yea H Drury yea T M Bates yea J T McCamish yea J T McCamish yea H G Vessells yea Frank Ruppert yea- H is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the services mentioned W F Hook clerks fees iiij 91 7 0 W F Hook clerks fees in J W Hughes C road case 12 80 Jas McCoy viewer one day in J y Hughes C road case 1 00 Jonas Gray viewer one day in Hughes C road case 1 00 Jno Jennings viewer three days in Hughes C road case 3 00 C M Heston viewer three days in Hughes C road case 8l 00 Sam H Dix viewer three days in Hughes C road case 8l 00 Bruce Moorman chain carrier one day in Hughes C 1 00 Robt Kenney chain carrier one S day in Hughes C road case 1 00 C D Payne surveyors fees in Hughes C road case 12 00 Milt Miller sheriffs cost Hughes C road case 6 CO Jas P Kennedy damages Hughes C road case 200 00 Hpok R DeHaven ladder for Poor House a 00 Hook Dollnven supplies fur nlshed county 28 50 Mrs J J Severs house for Magistrates court 2 00 T L Smith blacksmithing for county B 70 L B Moremen one half salary as health officer year 1000 other half due April 1 1910 37 50 Breckenridge Democrat notices to Supervisors 3 85 Breckenridge Democrat Road Notices 16 45 Breckenridge Democrat publishing proceedings of Fiscal Court April term in News and Democrat 161 25 Breckenritlge Democrat print I ing school ballots and noti ces c incident thereto 58 00 Forest Speak attention to privy and labor in painting court house and all extra work 15 no- R A Shelhnan fees as jailor 104 90 R A Shellman house for two elections 4 00 H DeH Moorman supervising road and bridge accounts 50 OQ I T 1 Hook supplies furnished county 117 05 reportCBridges Breckenridge county which report wits referred to justices Bates Ruppert and Vessels and they will make their report immediately after noon It is ordered by the court that M H Beard and the county court ClerkAbe and they are hereby appointed as com missioners to settle with the sheriff for taxes for the year lUOg at the April Term 1910 of this court and they will prepare themselves beforehand and the sheriff will produce to them all vouchers for which he is entitled to credit so that the various settlements may be produced on the second day of the 1910 Term of this court Came committee appintedto examine the Supervisor of Roads and Bridges accounts and report his expenditures correct which report is adopted an said committee is discharged The re port of said committee is as follows We your committee appointed to examine the report of the Road and Bridge Commissioner of Breckenridge county beg leave to make the follow tug report That w6 have examined books by districts and fine them correct rhos M Bates H G Vessels F C Ruppert On motion of the whole court the claim of Wm Son per ror thirtjfivedol lars heretofore rejected fa noW recon i sidered and the Pauper Commissioner is directed to make careful Investigation of the claim and make such allow alice as his sound discretion dictates It is ordered by the court that the public Improvement Committee is hwn by continued with the same powers heretofore delegated them Came tee Walls Pauper Commissioner of Breckenridge county null filed his annual report which is hereby referred to justices Bates Drury and McCamish and they wit make their report to this court immediately after noon Came the committee Jno P Haswell Jr and Judge H DeH Moorman here tofore appointed by this court to endeavor to refund the R R Tax District and report that they have certain propositions now made to them In the premises whereupon the said 34 m mittee is hereby authorized and empowered to do any and all things In their discretion necessary to refund said bonds and this term is adjourned until the 27th day cf October lOOg to receive their report or to take any ad ditional necessary steps in the matter On motion of Justice T M Bates seconded by Justice OJReilly it is or dered that the consent of this court is given that an election may be held toii regulate the running of stock at large under chapter 122 of the Kentucky sta tutes Carrols edition of 1103 In the following civil divisions of tho county towit The Cloverport Magisterial District and the Rockvalo Voting Pre duet as has been petitioned by citizens and voters of said respective civil dis tricts to the county court suid election to be heldat the regular November election 1009 and that said election shall be confined to said voting pre ducts and shall not be to take the sense of the voters of the entire county J W Avitt Gdn of H W West head tax erroneously assess ed 1 50 Came the committee appointed to in vestigate and report on the semiannual report of the Pauper Commissioner of announcedthat same is satisfactory and said re port is now approved by the court and the committee discharged and the following claims are allowed as therein re ported towit Continued on Page 8 iii Winners in the Pumpkin Contest First Prize 1000 Second Prize 500 ALF WHITWORTII Stophensport Ky J W DEATRICH New Albany Ind 1 who sent in a pumpkin weighing 74 pounds who sent in a pumpkin weighing 64i pounds c thornSeed e pumpkin by Shrively Ky pound pumpkin entered by A E Huwes Thixton Ky 5S pound pumpkin entered by Goo 13 Kyser Jr Route 2 Station E Louisville Ky 58 F pound pumpkin entered by Julius Greenwell Highland Park Ky51 pound pumpkin entered by E Howes Utica Ind 50t MatthewsKybyCharleypoundpumpkin f Ky 41 pound pumpkin entered by Mrs Mary 1 Davenport 145 Charleston Ind 41 pound pumpkin entered by GPO B Kysor LtuisvilleKy 1 1042 Barrett It byMrsJ villeKy fi byHpumpkinOtered s pumpldnenteled by Ky 2U pound pumpkin entered by Andy B Beeler Okolona Ky 21 pound pumpkin entered by A P Miller Jeffeisontown KyvJ 19 pound pumpkin entered by Mrs EHie Miller Jefforsontown Ky SPECIAL NOTICEAnyone wishing seeds from this pumpkin may by sending in theirname and address For the Largest Pumpkin Grown From These Seeds We will the Latter Part of October Next Year Giver 25 IN CASH PRIZES 251 If you wish any of these seed send us your name and address at once We expect a heavy demand for them and theres no telling how long our quantity will last Everything for Everybody the Bonds Address 330338 W Market 219 S Fourth Aye LoUisviUeKy tIc I n L r I I tt = A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH4 Elys Cream Balm absorbedII h If cleanses soothes f heals arid protects tho iscascu niein brnno resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in tliollond quickly llcsloros tho Senses of Tasto and Hindi Full sizo LiquidCreamEly Brothers CO Warren Street Now Yorkk the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1900 I PERSONALAND LOCAL Percy Jolly was in Sample Sunday C P Tinlus is located in Medlun Nod Jewell Holder has returned from St Louis J H Lynch of Louisville was hero last week N Mrs Bert Daniels has returned to PaducahFur at moderate prices at Mrs Cordroys Jess Walls was here from Stephens port Saturday 1 Mrs Marion Weatherholt went to Louisville Friday Mlsn Susie Newton entertained tho Senior Class Friday- T Q Muncoof Louisville was tho I guest of friends Sunday Mrs Hudson and daughter Virginin have returned to Versailles Tad Weatherholt of Owensboroi r was home yesterday to vote s A little girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs King of Holt If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Raymond Hardesty of Louisville was the guest of Miss Holder Sunday 0Miss Cva Young of Morffiufield is titheguest of Mrs Chas Skillman f If you want the best flour buy thee Lewisport BEST patent flour Ladies Home Journals containing pad per doll boys on sale at News office l Mr an I Mrs Thos Daniel of near Chambers were in the city yesterday Miss Lydia Goering of Hawosville hip been visiting Mrs Hoffious Behou r g Guy Moorman of St Louis and Mrs Carrie Owen of Glcndeane were here lust week Fred Pierce is serving as apprentice at the depot He is a most progressive young boy Mr and Mrs John S Muttingly of Paynesvllle have been visiting Mrs Steve Wilson Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday- A large line of handsome bltck and colored beavers have just been received at Mrs Cordreys FoundA blue silk umberella Owner pay or this ad and same will be re turned News Office Morrison Calhoon dentlsttf ofQcr downstairs 215 Fourth street botb phones Owensboro Ky Fi Jolly and little daughter were here from Sample Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Graham Jolly Miss Josie Berry spent Sunday in Henderson She was accompanied home by her grandmother Mrs Porter Mrs J D Gregory has returned home from Lexington and Versailles where she visited Mrs Brico and Mrs Hud I soitIin S Perkins and son Jtttuest of LouI In disorders and dis eases of children drugs seidom do goodand often do harm Careful feeding and bathing are the babies remediesScotts Emulsion is the foodmedicine that not only nourishes them most but also regulates their digestion It is a wonderful tonic for chili dren of allages They rapidly gain weight and health on small doses po1t SALE BY AW DRUGGISTS d 10narae of paper and this ad for beautiful Savings Dank and Childs SketchBook Each bank cOntains ad Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pea St N Y isvlllc are visilivg her daughter Miss lUrnice Perkins at tho home of Mrs Iitch When making your gift litit for Christ mas put down subscriptions to the News for your form r Clover pait friends They will appreciate the paper Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaran teed M W Winn Manager You dont have to go away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday lIAR I INS BURG PEOPLE HOT Over Gambling and Drinking That lias Been Going on at the County SeatBeautiful- Memorial Service Held OTHER NEWS NOTES AND IITEM1IS Mrs Arthur Mather attended the District Meeting of the Womans Home Missionary Society at West Point last week If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Rev E B English arrived Satur day to join his wife and child who have been visiting in town two weeks They returned to Owensboro yuster dayJohn Jay Williams of Hartford was the guest of relatives here last weekMrs Coleman Iiaswoll and Mrs A M Kincheloe were the guests of Mrs Tom Gregory of Garfield Thursday Mrs Lydia Jolly of Irvington was the guest of Mrs G W Beard Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Stevens returned missionaries from China were in at tendance at the memorial exercises Sunday and were guests of Mrs Lu cretia Hensley The members of the High School gave a Halloween masquerade at tho residence of Mr and Mrs Gus Brown Saturday night Mrs Creal and Mrs McClure of the Louisville Baptist Training School were guests of Mrs Marvin Beard Sunday while in attendance at the memorial exercises Mrs Wm McElwain of Auburn Ky was the guest of her mother Mrs LucretUi Hensley a few days Miss Sylvia Mattingly of Glen deane was the guest of Mrs Dillon Saturday and Sunday Miss Johnnie Moorman of Glen deane was a visitor at Gen Murray SundayThe beautiful memorial exercises at the Baptist church Sunday in memory of Miss Fula Hensley liar dinsburgs noble young missionary who lately died in China were largely attended Many visiting members of Missionary Societies at t loverport Stephensport Irvington Glendeane McQuady and other points were in attendance The chief address was beautifully feelingly and effectively made by the Rev E B English her former pastor Other addresses were made by the Rev Jas Lewis by Mrs Creal of the Training School in Lou- Isville Mrs McClure and the Mis sionary Mr Stevens at whose home Miss Hensley lived In China A jet ter cf great beauty was read from Mrs Stevens showing the home life the tireless work mid the exalted faith of the girl In whose honor the great crowd had gathered The choirs of the different churches united- In furnishing the music Mrs Kate Bennett of Basin Spring and Mrs Lydia Jolly of Irvington were guests of Mrs G W Beard Dr Mather will address the Steph ensport school Friday afternoon and preach in Stephensport at night Dr Tom Gardner and daughters of HopktnsvlUe were here last week td be present with his mother Mrs Bona Gardner on her ninetysecond birthday Now that the election is over it is sincerely hoped that there Will be less drunkenness at the county scat A number of good citizens feel that the limit has also been reached and are ready to break up gambling at whatever cost to themselves They have endured it so long thatiljeir patience Is exhausted If the ones in authority will not act the people will Goebels Monument Frankfort Ky Oct 29The un veiling of the monument to the late Gov William Goebel in the State cemetery here will take place on the tenth anniversary of his death Feb ruary 3i next This was decided upon at a meeting of the Goebel Monument Commission T If you want the best four buy the Lewsport BEST patent flour 1 n a STAUNCH FRIENDS OF PERUNAG I Grandmothers and Grandfathers Who Believe In Peruna I recommend Peruna as n good IIIOAN for chronic catarrh of the stomach and bowels I havo been troubled with it severely for over a year and also a cough Now my cough Is all gone and all tho distressing symptoms of catarrh of the stomach and bowels havo disappeared I will recommend it to all as a raro remedyMrs P E Little Tolono 111 jj howIa great deal of pain in my right hip which felt like rheumatism Also pain in my internal organs The water was highly colored my back was weak was constipated and very restless- I commenced to take Portinu accord I Ing to directions and began to Improve I havo taken ten bottles of Ioruna and think I am curodr W 0 Hemp hill Louisville Miss HALLOWEEN Celebrated by Bad BoyssTliey Make Several Changes Around Town Tho mischievous boys of Cloverport had fun Saturday night when they celebrated Halloween instead of Sun day night They must have been pretty good fellows after all for they remem bered the Sabbath and did not make any disturbances that night notwith standing it was Halloween They changed several signs around considerably moved everything they could on Main struct About the best niece of work they did was putting a buggy upon the roof of the English Kitch en They made both Uncle Barney Dohler and Mr Dugan have nightmares IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Kentucky Sunday School Association Owensboro Kentucky Until further notice JNO US each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m KINGSBURYS DOPE Bill Cobb came up in town dressed up1 to vote the Democratic ticket yesterday J 000 The Winter Croppers Association held a meeting and voted Tom Sat terfield 1oQeo MlUer is now stripping four rows of tobacco thallibraised this year ah I o 00 Nelse Hambleton washed his face the other day ooq Stuart Babbage W going to singing school fLouisville Market Report Louisville Nov 2 1009 Special WheatNo Red and Longberry 118 120J Corn No 2 white 05 Dats Noja mixed 42 Bffts Mjjrket quite case count 24 candled 2 cIPoultry Hens 9 and IQc per Ibj roosters Cc young chickens 10 g ic Bucks lie turkeys 13c Hogs Tops770 780 pigs 1730 085 roughs 760- Shtfep and Lnmbs Best lambs G Gcr seconds 5 59cj fat sheep UII 3c3Cbfldrn Cry I FOR FLETCHERS OASTORI A JI llll I MItR IT O GREEN and family of Greek Ind write Wo cannot express to you our thanks for what Ieruna has dono for mother When she began your medicine she was not able to ho up all day but now site is helping with tho work and at present has gone on a visit Her health is Improved In general No discharges Good appotlte Sloops well and looks well UD Y following your instructions and D taking your 1ornna and Manalin I am cured of catarrh hI had catarrh for twelve years and quite a bad cough so I could not sleep nights I do not havo any cough now It I feel anything lit tho throat I take a swallow of Peruna and I am all right n Mr W Smith Hr 2110 Pcroat SITort Huron Mich I CHRISTMASP- resents Are Being Planned andu Discussed AlreadyEight Weeks to Get Ready Not more than eight weeks until Christmas and persons have already commenced to plan gifts that would make happy exchanges Engraved cards monogram stationer and magazines are all acceptable gifts Several Cloverport people have already decided to give their friends subscrip tions to the Breckenridge News Wha- would make a more enjoyable present to n friend away from home or one that lives in Cloverport then the homo papeer lIrW H Bowrmr gives five sub scriptions every veer and Mr Robert Pierce alsn uses subscriptions to the News as presents for his relatives au friends In fact there are several who do Among them are Mrs Wick Moor mall Mrs John D Babbage and others Hives eczema itch or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Dons Ointment cures Iho most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggists sell it 0 m ooDOWeS I Illli n u aaIllmlaaIaaI ll J Misses Childrens Q CLOAKSI THIS WEEK BROKEN SIZES 0L 0 LJ j C NOLTE BROS JCLOVERPORT K- YoDOaJ- I oI 11 I r YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co + + I l Wartsj I j m + + ALRSMEN Wanted to look after our toistlnDrcckenridgoand udJHCont conn ties Salary or comnisslon Address Tho Hnrvoy 011 Co Cleveland O WA TEDCarpenter IL good locution Is open In n thriving town for a contractor carpenter who Is married sober and knows 1his business For further Information ad dress X Y Z euro News FOR SALKThreo4 room cottages entire Lltryeral discount f T irvington KY- FCIt SALE A farm ot one hundred rind ncres known us tho Lay terra AddresstLouisville Ky JANTFIA yoke otcxen R 11 Jonas Ilnuulenburi Ky AGENT WANTRDIn every town and for an article that sells In every home Gill or address S J Hrown Ulovurport Ky Folt SAIE Hlack and white Colllo Pups EdCant look well eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take exercise keep clean and you will have lung life If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour r BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 22 00000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones nndwe appre ciate your business and in lluenco Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVBBPORT KY DR W M CASPER DENTIST At Olovurport overy Wednesday and Thursday ut Dr Llelitfrots Oilier Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will otc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays abouf120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the brunch Here Is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further narticulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky If you wnnt the best flour buy the LewisportJBEST patent flour III 1OG Jill 10Jill + 10 Jun11 10 JIIII- uu Your Taxes Are Uo U- o F DueNow 1 e- o Pay Them andff OJ Save Costs OJ It Q MILT MILLER 0- U j U r Sheriff At l o II 10 1111 0 1111 lIr 10 UIOI d fo JJ to r r J 1- J l wsa111H frPAID IN I I Novelized Walters From By Great EugeneII JOHN W HARDING irCopyright 1908 by Go W Dilllnjhim Co J To be Continued lot of dishonesty In business tuuncr always declared that a man to drink or gamble or dissipate might be weak but that n man who stole or lied tto Injure people was vicious Somehow I think that too Maybe youre right but 1 wondered If youd been in his wifes plate youd sort of forgiven the man and helped him get Ight- uPerhnpsl dont know she replied doubtfully nut I think if anything like that over happened it would al most kill me Her thoughts were diverted from the subject by the ringing of the telephone bell She answered it Captain Williams calling she said to Smith then through the phone Ask the gentleman to come up pleaseJlmsy anxious and much troubled regarded her thoughtfully She turned from the telephone and advanced to him holding out her hand He took it hesitatingly and wonder only Jlmsy she said earnestly Ive never quite und rstood you before UNo he interrogated But after what you told me to night she went on Ive bad a little peek behind the curtains You are a good man Jlmsy a good man That means everything For the second time In his entire life the Orst having been when he proposed to herSmith displayed trep- Idation Now Emma be careful be re proved There aint no celestial med als pinned on my coat signifying an angelic career and dont you start tossing bouquets in my direction The doorbell rang as he settled himself in his chair again Ahl Theres the old sea dog said cape JGood evening Mrs Brooks Glad to tree you- Captain Williams grasped her hand as his eyes wandered over the com fortable room and be added I Hello Smith Meet you every time I come here t One of my hangouts agreed the Jisuperintendent genially Sit down captain invited Emma motioning him to a chair Thanks he said Wheres your husband 1 Hes Just gone out Hell be back in 11 little while Jlmsy has been toilet ing us about your eventful trip Eventful trip He echoed the words with a bewil dered air- Smith pushed his chair back so that Mrs Brooks could not see him without turning In his direction and unobserved by her motioned warning sig nals to his employer who did not un derstand tl5m- Spinning a yarn about that little revolution down at Guatemala he prompted Kb Guatemala Jh yes tho rev olution very hloody affaIrvery se- rIous replied Williams who had sud m denly realized that he was expected to r confirm a story that Smith had found It expedient to relate to Mrs Brooks Ml may wild there wasnt n shot fired she told him V Smith seeing that the captain under stood drew his chair forward Emma dont you let the captain till you full of yarns Ho can lie faster than I can he laughed No protested Williams there aint nothing can beat you Smith Well Mrs Brooks how have you beenSplendid When did you get in When did I get In Let me see Smith when did I get In You look as if you had Just got suggested the superintendent UTodaycs But what time I should say at 10 maybe 11 oclock Thats probably why Joe hasnt seen you observed Emma lies Just taken mother and Beth as far as the theater I dont know what keeps him He should he back before this- I guess ho aint run away opined the captain with a suspicion of grim neSs Ill wait You know Emma thats one of the best things the captain does said SmithWhat Waiting When it comes to patience and persistency hes got most Indians beat a dozen city blocks Dont you mind what Smith says Mrs Brooks grinned the captain The years hes been working for me he never showed any special signs of hurry or nervousness Hows your husband Fairly well I think be seems a little worried over business That sot Whats the matter You see in his new position he feels responsibilityWilliams surprised Has he any special new responsibil ity he asked hIs eyes wandering in Huirlngly to Smith who JM some more warning signaling unobserved by their boftew III Iior C = J Headache Every Month You may think because you have long had It that you must have a headache every month being a women Out If you think so you arc wrong since a headache Is a sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other women have been able to relieve or cure by the use of that wonderful womans medicine WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I recommend Cordul to all sick women writes Mrs A C Beaver of Unlcol lean I suffered with palosfeetand many others At last I took Cardul have galqcd 20 pounds and have found it the best med Iclne I ever used for female troublesAt All DrugslstsI WRITE FOR FREE ADViceIstating age and describing symp DeptThoChattanooga Tenn B 37 WellI slam you raised his salary captain and gave him his extra work naturally hes anxious to make goollIagain prompted Ithe superintendent Anxious to make good Well hell have a chance und soon at that Mrs Brooks rose hand outstretched and went to him with n happy grate ful smile Now that Its out I want to thank you ever so much she said Thank me Yes for foes raise and that six months hack pay He told MIII that Sure 1 1IIld put In Smith lie iris forbidden me to speak of II to either you or Itinsy Emma told llm but plnce you mave mentioned it first1 I ear thnnh you cant IIV lie did nut return a direct answer bill rubbed his iuln dubiously as he said So I raised his pay eh And dated It back six iuontlis Of coime you did asseverated Smith with emphasis Dont let him Itool you Kniniii You dont know how happy Its made us al wont on Mrs Brooks gratefully I feel1 like a new woman and mother appreciates It Weil set ms that I done all tbeseI thlngsII lIe stopped abruptly as the door opened and ils eyes rested on Brooks The latters undcrjaw dropped and he turned lid with fear at the unex pected presence of the captain He was In fact so startled that he nearly collapsed Cacaptaln Williams he stammer ed advancing tremblingly toward him WwIll you shake hands captain Sure replied Williams In a firm voice How are you Brooks IIm all right 1 guess You know Joe you told me not to thank the captain But he brought it upthe raise and the money said his wife still full of the subject and her gratitudeNo did Joe corrected Smith You see the captain feels Brooks turned upon them snarling like a wolf at bay What nee you trying to do make fun of mo Dont you think thats it Now Brooks Interrupted the cap tain authoritatively you sure are nerv ous Your wife has Just been telling me how she enjoys your new Income Mrs Brooks startled aud alarmed gazed at her husband Why Joe are you sick she de mandedNo nol Maybe Its the heat he replied weakly passing his tongue over his dried lips There was a moment of general em barrassment during which Captain Williams took stock of the room You are fixed up mighty snug here Mrs Brooks be commented breaking the awkward silence Yes it is pleasant she answered now seriously worried Williams rose Well I must go be remarkedDo me to go with you asked Joe No tomorrow morning will do to see you You know my lonely little quarters aint moren half a block from here and I like to hang out there The captain added Smith lives in a little south sea Island nook moved Into his flat He keeps It so dirty that some say its attractive Thats what you get for being a bachelor laughed Williams He moved toward the door and the others rose Im glad to see you so happy Mrs Brooks he observed pausing and looking about him again Thank you said she I never did know before what a little money meant to a woman Perhaps thats because you dont know women Ob I know womenone kind any iWay But Brooks Is lucky in having n girl like you for a wife Emma hes giving you a little south Pacific blarney put In Jlmsy I 1- t j J o- u J Maybe I am ana mayne rm not said the captain But he continued emphatically Its a sure thing that If I had n girl like you Id knuckle down and earn enough money to make you happyeh n1Jgols7 I suppose thats what youd do as sented that Individual Yes Id work pretty hard without kicking to please you Mrs Brooks if you looked to me to make good for youEmma declared Smith with his quiet smile if you were single Id suspect captain ofgetting a little soft But Id earn the money went onIthe captain pursuing his train of thought Thats the only way to get along Well Ill say good night 1IIsI BrooksGood night captain Thank you againGood night Smith I may drop over later remarked the superintendent by way of reply I Wish you would the captain assur ed him with some eagerness Id like to stroke n pipe and talk awhile Good night Brooks Good nhbt sir Brooks went forward and opened the doorTry to get down to the ofllce by SiIn the morning recommended the Captain gazing at him with sinister contempt Yes sir- Therell he some gentlemen there who tray ho anxious to meet you Ill he there Didnt know but what you might oversleep now that youre so prosperous Good night Brooks shut lie door and stood lean ing against It clutching the handle for support The muscles of his face were twitching and he gazed with fright cried haunted eyes from his wlfp to SmithHave you told her Jlmsy he de manned Smith raised his hand In protest No Joe It aint the right time yet andWhy Isnt It the tight time Im trapped and Williams Joe see here he expostulated you cant talk What Is It What do you mean demanded Mrs Brooks very pale Smith still sought to spare her to keep the dreadful truth from her Theres just been a little trouble Emma he said evasively Joe here Is all worked up excited Ill tell you what happened cried her husband In a choking voice stag goring to the table You think I got a raise I didnt You think that man Williams gave me six months back pay He didnt All this money youve been living onnll of ItI stole 1 tool It from the company Williams trap ped me He wanted m6 to steal Now he knowsnow he knows and Im dono for He fell into a chair and doubled for ward burying his taco in his hands For once Smith was at a loss what tosayMrs Brooks paler than ever stood rigid as though turned to stone star ing at her husband You mean she articulated In low slow tones you mean that you Im a thief he moaned brokenly without raising his head They know it Detectives are downstairs watch ing watching Tomorrow tomorrow Ill be in Jail Another long awkward silence en sued Smith ended it You see Emma Joe here aint so much to blame He And you didnt let me know There was cold reproach in her voice and in her gaze It wasnt time explained Jimsy uneasily Theres a chance things can be squaredtheres still a chance Still you didnt let me know The thing to do is to sit down quiet ly and talk this over To begin with No Jimsy Please go home IIwant to be with Joealone Smith took up his hat reluctantly and prepared to depart Just as you say Emmajust as you say be said Ill do all I can to night and let you know Maybe itll be all right I know Jlmsy Good night Good night CHAPTER XI OU a long time Mrs Brooks Fstood gazing in silence at her husband her heart rent with conflicting emotions Her happiness of the past few months then u had teen bum upon the precarious foundation of peculation Oh tho hor ror Oh the shnme of itl On the very morrow the name she bore would be held up tq disgrace and derision He would be cast Into prison The misery of their struggles with poverty was as nothing compared with that of their sudden downfall Numbed though her heart was with the shock shrunk by the terror of their ghastly position It was yet not Impervious to pity and the hopeless wretchedness of her husband Inspired It She thought of how he had lavished his stealings upon her how he ap peered to bo moved by the one desire to make her comfortable and happy She went to him und put her hand on his head smoothing his hair Oh Joel Oh my boy she said brokenlyI How could you do It Didnt you know sooner or later youd be fqund out Now 1 know why youve been interested in the races youve been betting on the horses 11 wanted to get the money back he sobbed But didnt you know you couldnt Oh why didnt you leave things as they were the lint the struggle and nil that Why did yen bring me here und show meson IListhisl I I happiness with nitinei listI jmi stole Ills sotiMnu niisiil mid he pushed her awayt mid rose Thats right Tail rjill me a thief If there was rime I 1111 n In I ihe n nrid I thought I rend turn to Its yon inn you turn mi me Joe you mustnt say Unit I hnvm turned on you Only I rani hivp M think1 What That inn Wirinir drv me to taking money Drove youV Yes he did lie wont MWIV I could take It I isp i ted v 1 you know iti II f Themefie three central olllce men downstairs watching If 1 mako u move Ill be nabbed Its all very well for you to stop and preach you always were BO dd saintly but what of me Thats the question what of meHe thumped his breast violently She drew back hurt by his re proaches If I thought you were yourself Id toIIm not asking your forgiveness nor your mothers nor your sisters What I want now Is somebody to help me out I dont want to go to Jail It would kill me Do you think I want you to go to Jail Do you think I want the dis grace Tune dlsgracethats It I knew that would come sooner or later but 1 didnt think It would come from you Theres always somebody to hammer that into a fellow when hes down Im not trying to hammer anything into you What I want to know Is what can be done what are we going to 7 doT ont know unless Unless we can get the money to pay back Theres Jlmsy That wont do Its too much He hasnt got It Besides Its too late Williams means business He wouldnt tali the money Hes shot that kind Oh If I only knew n wayIf 1 could only help She wrung her hands und sank hopelessly Into a chair by the table Brooks paced the room restlessly like u wild animal in a cage Now mind then he shot a peculiar furtive glance in the direction of hIs wife Finally he sat opposite to her leaned toward her on the table and said in a low in tense voice If anything Is to be done Its got tube done tonight Emma Williams lithe only man You can square it with him I can 1 Yes rind no one but you What cnn I do lie looked at her meaningly He likes you Startled she returned his gaze inquiringly Yes he does he went on He III ways did Women are his weak point Hes liked you for years Thats why he hangs around Ive seen it and heard what he said tonight about what hed do for a girl like you He meant that Emma Hell do anything you ask him IfIt you go to him right Beginning to understand what he wanted of her she rose slowly In credulous horror In her eyes He rose also and went toward her Hes homo now he urged eagerly You can go No one will know but Just Williams you and me And you can do more than thatyou can make him give us money more money to keep on living like this and there wont be any risk She recoiled from him consumed with rage and shame her eyes blazin- gI hope I dont understand aright The words came in quivering gasps You mean me to go to his apartment tonight to see hlinandand No one will know the difference he coaxed softly You can handle him all right Besides you know how far you can let a man gonil women know that Oh I cant believe Im listening to you I A husband to ask a wife She stopped pressing her cheeks between her clinched hands appalled at his infamy- Then you wont do it he cried angrily You wont come to the front I suppose you dont think I ought to ask Why shouldnt I Who did 1 steal the money for I did it because you made met Thats a lie I You know its the truth When 1 married you your father was to help me and be diode and then you had to do your own work and you whined and complained Continued orf Page Seven e c r Jf4JI1I rr II BOWMEII President A D SKILLMAN L LIOIITFOOT VlcoPresldont CHAS SKttLMAK OushlerII IIw The Old Relia- bleDR3CKINRIDGF I Ie c BANK i Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000tInsured in very way mind protected by tho very s latest equipment r ti Interest paid on time deposits 1 y solicitedL5iI THEy Fifth Avenue HOTEL jy Hyjy I it G The most centrally located and Cl only firstclass hotel In the city h making a5200ruto tt Only one block from tho princi tl district blocks yifromStreet cars pass tho door to all parts of theclty- Everything neat and clean at J 20 WO 7 to tbI InI tI RURAL TELEPHONES toe 1Dir Farmer arc you interested If so call on thetitx manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph kn t Company and have him explain the special FarIi atine I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY ion jogIEAi i ma ual- U51 T Iml Save p Q j56ONE BY PURCHASINGho OF OURwiti for FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPSBo for only 25 The regular price is 100 Those who bring or mailehathis advertisement to us within five dn s after seeing it and telling us you where they saw it will be aLlhel to have one reserved at the low rate of SI SZ5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready her now buy one for future use reps 2 4 4PRINolPGr 3J 1a 11 BUSINESS COLTIEGENO- RATIOUI Second and Walnut Streoto LOUISVILLE KY ylt ri rlVafaPTtY fdyvSi wm 4 October Magazines tiLadies Home Journal Delineator Munseyiy McClure Century 1 M Telephone your order at onto for Ladies Homo Journal if you want oneYoufI JOHN D B ABB AGE tad r 9 rr r3a err3r r r3i 8II ger 1 1LandLand xlleYoa YoaC kn- It ra YesTheitself and the best earth to invest in is the yes I mpPanhandleo jn IYou can buy good rich level land which will pro hpn duce largo crops of Wheat Oats Rye Alfalfav a I Corn Millet and Sorghum for from v trt 15 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms k This land will pay you 25 to 40 per cent annually on your In drh vestment Private cars from Kansas City free sleepers free n ti automobiles to see tho land and ifyou purchase 100 acres or more vet led YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED Low round trip rates 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Others tengettingland Why not you write for full information to pica C C J C CRUTCHER Railroad Agentf f fontest Webster Kentucky 3 r tPAID IN FULL Continued from page six Thats anotnor tier Ob you never said so In so many words but I saw Itfor four yours around the house I saw you sighing and mopIng heenuso you didut hove enough to live on Then there were1il that mother of yours and your sister they never stopped You tried to mako yourself a martyr Every moment of your life was n mute protest against 11our poverty yes It was and you know I It Do you remember that night when you said you couldnt go to the theater because you didnt have clothes That J was the first time I took money Thats when I began You knew 1 wouldnt have gone If I had known But you did goyou kept on go ing and I kept on stealing for you i God how Ive suffered for you for the clothes on your back Every night IgoingIcant you ho urged Other jagoinj have for less reason one to get of n transcontinental railroad husband 1vo risked every thing for you If you go there tonight I wont go to Jail I wont be hauled a into court no ono will know but the three of us No one will think the less of you Ive gone through to the limitt for you its up to you to go through tor me Then if you go to Jail you mean that Ive sent you there yOUknowEvery instinct of her pure woman iFhood every fiber of her flesh revolted at this cynical exhibition of his vile ness She contemplated him with allYjour nasty meanness your contempti ale vIcIousness I wonder how I ever made the mistake of thinking you even half a man she said This scathing denunciation made no impression on his deadened sense of honor and decency You cant dodge the responsibility with fine speeches he replied shrug ging Ills shoulders Ive gone wrong for you What are you going to do Be square with me and take this l chancean easy chance and you know youre safe if She did not answer but stood there her face set In its expression of abhorrence and Indignation deliberating as to the best course to pursue toward this unspeakable villain to whom she Was bound and who watched her with anxious cringing mien She addressed him finally in cold harsh tones Whateve I may do or promise too I promise simply because you lame me- Emma I knew youd Dont make the mistake that I care or you Whatever I felt for you and r 1 thought it was love youve assassl ted in the last ten minutes But II nt want you to go to Jail pointing a gar of accusation at me Then youll be square youll help itll Toa understand that if I bargain th Captain Williams for your free fa I make the bargain I kriow Ill never ask t will bo my business alone Yes Just yours ft he homo 68 I think so He said be was i there Telephone and ask him If ho can MmeaoHalonejumped instrument but as band grasped tho receiver ho hesl H and a flush suffused his whiten cheeks brought there by tho I true consciousness of tho enor aroundemsBr her back toward him Ho took tho receiver horeED NOTICE ofseI pbssibleettltavcone us your of- Edtord to- c Mi WHAT ONE COMMUNITY DIDi Result of Road Dragging by the Farmers at Cameron Mo awakeningtorwho are Interested of the wonderful Improvement that has been brought about In dlrt roads by persistent use of the road drag In 1002 the writer conceived the Idea that tho farmers In the vicinity of Cameron Mo should have tho benefit of rural free delivery The Idea was ridiculed but persistence won The first carrier that left the Cameron postolllco was accompanied by a brass band over the entire route and every farmer that had prepared his mnll box for the free delivery was serenaded This created an Interest But our roads were lu a miserable condition full of mudholcs and deep rutsAt the suggestion of Postmaster Fll son we held a good roads picnic In Cameron for the purpose of emphasiz ing the necessity of good roads In order to secure the rural free delivery The meeting was addressed by D Ward King tho evangel of good roads In Missouri who explained the value of tho King drag and other speakers Of tho thousands who at tended the picnic many pledged them selves to n constant uso of the drag As a result we have now In place of mudholcs and ruts well rounded level solid roads In all this vicinity We have eight rural carriers out of Cameron Instead of the one we escorted with a brass band and since that event land values havo more than doubled In this locality Now even the renters have caught tho spirit of thr good roads movement and there Is m doubt that the voluntary dragging of tho roads will be Ikept up James Wil liams In Kansas City Star ROCK ROADS AND FARMS Missouri Farmer Tells of the Advan tages of Macadam Highways Elijah Carol who owns farms In Jackson and Clay counties Mo ih very much In fnvor of rock roads Ho lives three miles west of Blue Springs on a macadam highway and says It Is hard to estimate their value to farmers anotheliClay county I would pay 20 an acre more for the same land on a rock road than away from that 1 kind of n road Mr Carol said If Clny county farmers once lived on a rock road and realized Its worth to then they would not hesitate to pay 10 an nero for the Improvement Over In Jackson county wo can haul big loads to market at any time whel till mar kets are the highest and when we could not get thereat all on dirt roads It Is n great satisfaction and a pleas ure too to know that we can get over the roads well at nay time we may desire to go When tho Clay county reIsooner hIsIfarm of 100 acres In Jackson county five years ago and has refused S125 an aero several times for It since He believes It Is easily worth 150 an are because of the rock road All of which Is some different from 100 in Clay counts the same distance from Kansas City State Experimental Station The passage of a law In the state of North Dakota establishing a good roads experimental station Is a movement In tho right direction The experimental roads are not to be great lu extent one running from tho capitol building at Bismarck to Fort Lincoln and the oth er from tho state penitentiary to the Missouri river but they are long enough and In sufficiently close proximity to the capitol to be object lessons to the members of the next legis lature North Dakotas entrance Into the list of state aid states may be con fidently looked for two yours hence Road Building In Missouri Missouri now has 800 miles of mac adam roads 15 per cent of which was added during time past year The mile age of gravel road was Increased dur ing tho same season by 300 miles mak ing a total of 4000 miles A Good Roads Movement Weve had a good roads movement down to Pohlck on the crick Wo raised some ready cash fur what we couldnt get on tick An beln a partlolar Job we thought It would be wise To get some men of probity to come an supervise An as a further guarantee gainst chances of neglect Wo took another set of men an told em to Inspect An these arrangements didnt seem jes what they ought to be Till competentto There arose mlsunderstandlns bout emoluments and rank nut tho payroll checks hop comtn very regular to tho bank Somehow the highways didnt seem to lumpsAn we had bumpsWecomprehend what such delay could mean In work so well Inspected supervised an overseen The only manual labor on this Job that seemed so slow Was done with great reluctance by a small boy with a hoot Tho situation naturally shocked our civic pride We called somo meotlns an the proper people testified We pot the overseers to tell exactly what they knew An hoard from the Inspectors an the su pervisors too then wo drew up eaolutlons an deliv ered nn address Po vindicate our efforts to uplift an to progress tVo have solved the difficulty an our hearts aro full of Joy M seoln discipline maintained We tired that no count boytWaajhlngton Star I X + Dont Do This You dont want to spend allof your time in a hot stuffy kitchen The Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cooker brings you freedom from the tyranny of the stove As soon as your food reaches the boiling point you take it off the fire and put it in the Fireless Cooker You can forget all about dinner until your appetite reminds you that you want it We give the Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker away free to users of Mothers Cerealsthe best made of all foods Thare A Mothers Onto regular and family sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothe s Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Mothers Hominy Grits Flour Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Ask your grocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us giving his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORO OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN AKRON 3 BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS BOOK MADE TOWNS Holiday Resorts That Owe Their Popularity to Authors The most remarkable example of a book made town Is Biskra Ithe oasis In the Sahara that Robert lichens Ideal ized under the nlinu of Belli Morn lu his novel of The Garden of Allah Biskra quite unknown In the past is now thanks to Mr Illchcns a fash ionable winter resort It Is rather odd that nil the world should know that Biskra was meant by Benl Mora In The Garden of Allah There Is a Bcnl Mora near Biskra a kind of swamp with a few clay huts and a palm or two sticking up out of tho mull but Biskra Itself Is never men tioned in the book Ilfracombe the north Devon water Ing place owes Its renown to Charles Klngsloy who In his novel of Westward IIo praises It Two other Devon watering places Lynton mind Lynmouth are book made Blackmores novel1 of Lorna Doone first drew the puOllc to them Plerrl LotI In Pecheur dIslandc described very beautifully the Breton seaport of Palmpol Many persons In consequence hero visited Palmpol In the hope of passing the summer there Vain hope Palmpol with Its muddy smelly tidal river Is not quite an Ideal holiday resort Exchange Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had defied all rem edies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began using Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles i am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desper ate lung diseases Infallible for coughs and colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough sOc and 100 Trial bot tle free guaranteed by Severs Drug Co The Sacrifice- A Kentucky couple said Mrs SImpkins got married n few days ago after a courtship which had lasted fifty years- I suppose replied Mr Slmpklns the poor old man had become too feeII We to bod out any longer Chicago RecordHerald J Doesnt Work Cheerfulness Is riches Ob no If you cant pay a bill beIj Ing cheerful about it only makes the FreelPressI aiasraa aulsaLys Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter EXPENSIVE STEAK Ten Pounds of Beef That Sold For 48 a Pound The highest price ever paid for beef steak so fnr as Is known was at Circle City Alaska The first beefsteak that ever reached that town sold for 18 a pound according to the newspapers of the time There were ten pounds of the steak which was shipped 2iO miles to Circle CityWhen the owner of the precious bit of meat reached the camp the miners turned out In n body to see It It was placed on exhibition and attracted as much attention as an elephant Every body wanted a piece of Itnnd the prices offered were such as would have resulted In a mining camp quarrel If It had not been decided to rnllle the steak nip for time benefit of a hospital which Bishop Howe was trying to es tablish for the miners at Circle City Bids were started at 5 a pound amid rose briskly to 8m Finally in order to avoid complications It was decided to sell tickets at prices from 50 cents to 250 for the privilege of drawing for a slice After 180 worth pf tickets had been sold the drawing began and to the relief of those In charge of the sale no trouble resulted Dont use harsh physics The re action weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regu lets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation Sin Eaters Sin eaters of the old days like mutes of quite recent times wero hired performers at funerals In con sideration of sixpence In money a bowl of beer and a crust of bread these sires as they were culledlong lean ugly lamentable rascals would by eating over the body take upon them selves all the sins of the deceased and so free him from afterward walking time earth as a ghost so that his soul might rest In peace This custom pre railed all over Wales and the adjoin ing English counties and was observed even down to 1CSO The usage Is said to have arisen from a mistaken Inter pretation of Ilosea Iv 8 They eat up the sin of my people The more like ly origin of this strange custom Is tho Levltlcal scapegoat A much later rem nant of this obtained at Amersden Ox fordshire where after every funeral a cake and a flagon of ale were brought to the minister In the church porch London Standard Kills Her Foe Of 20 Years uThe most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville MeUwas Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drink ing and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave ma up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old stud am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indiges tion Loss of Appetite Kidpey Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints its unequaled Only sOc at Severs drug store The CrisisINow Tommy you must go and wash yourselfxMn If you keep on at this washln business youll queer me whole vaca tion It Century Magazine r 1fMtJLOW ONE WAY I TESI g Saskatchen and a few points in Texas IjFortickets on sale t IISept 15 to BY Oct Ti- llSOUTHERN 15 1909 i I RAILWAY ri Inquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete information it J C BEAM Jr A G P A I ST LOUIS MO fliB ai IilJJlRSII Come and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean v f Tour We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 yhite of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Medeira Gibraltar Mor occo Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted i Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET The Louisville Times Regular Prlce500 a Year + AND T- HEBreckenridge News Both One Year Forw S 350 The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for MAIL subscripItions 4 Two Papers for less than the Price of OnepI Now is the time t- oSUBSCRIBE tIi h- Y O w ra ao t- D u k 61 A Lll iVI i iki CURED ITCHING PAINFUL HUMOR t Which had Spread Over Face Body and Arms Swellings were as theyBrokeSuffered 3 Years MADE SOUND AND WELL BY 3 SETS OF CUTICURA Dry troublo began about three years ago with little black swellings scattered over my fate and nook They would disappear but they would leave llttlo black scars that would itch at times so I couldnt keep from scratching them Larger swellings would appear in the samo place and they wero so painful I could hardly bear it and my clothes would stick to the sores The first doctor I went to said the disease was scrofula but the trouble only got worse and spread By this time it was all over my arms and tho upper part of my body in big swellings as largo as a dollar It was so painful that I could not bear to Ho on my back at night Tim second doctor pronounced my disease inflammation of the lymphatic glands lie twrwouldHo tried everything that he could but to no effect Ho said I might be cured but it would tall a long time I bought a tot of the Cuticura Remedies and used them according to directions and in less than a week some of the places were nearly well I continued with the Cuti cura Remedies until I had used three sets and now I am sound and well Tho disease lasted three years from the time it commenced until I was cured Before Christmas something broke out on my seven year old bit tilers hands cerythinguntil I happened to think of Cuticura and one application cured him Also not long ago my sister got a bad burn on her ankle I havo been using Cuti cura on that and It gave her scarcely PuryearTenn gentlo and mild doses of Cuticura Pills afford Immediate relief and point to a speedy euro of torturing disfiguring humors of tho skin scalp and blood of infants children and adults when all else fails CutIeursOintmentCutfcuranrnolventCoatedPallethroughoutthe CorpSoleKJUallcU Free Cutlcun Book oilSkin DlMiws Fiscal Court Continued from page 4 Breckenridge Fiscal Court October Term flth day of October IDOg The undersigned Pauper Commissioner would respectively report the following claims C Davis six months Pauper Commissioner 125 04 Mrs C Davis sewing for paupers 7 75 D S Richardson supplies fur nished paupers 37 00 W J Schopp supplies furnished e paupers 18 00 C D Payne supplies furnished 11 50 J C Nolte Bros supplies fur nished paupers 14 30 W J French supplies furnished paupers 2 62 J M Lewis labor in poor house 1 00 Wm Milner medicine c fur nished paupers 45 00 B F Beard Co supplies fur nished paupers 20 21 B F Beard Co supplies fur nished paupers 18 00 Dr J C Sutton Pauper Physician 06 00 Leo Bishop supplies furnished poor house 3 25 J H Gardner supplies furnished paupers 58 00 Jno T Hoben supplies furnished paupers 32 79 J W TeafT supplies furnished paupers 18 00 Lewis Jarboe supplies furnished paupers 15 00 J W Guthrie admr medicine furnished paupers 10 20 Jarboe Bros supplies furnished paupers 8 00 This report shows all claims that have been presented to DO passer on at this term of the Breckenridge Fiscal Court All of which is respectfully reported Jee Walls P C B C Ordered that court adjourn until 800 oclock tomorrow morning Court met pursuant to adjournment Present Hon H DeH Moorman presiding Judge of the Breckenridge County Court and the following Justices Jno OReilly T M Bates II G Vessells Chas H Drury and J T Mc Camish being nil the Justices of the Peace in commission Ids ordered by the court that the county Judge choose a competent man to general index the deeds recorded in the Breckepridge county court clerks office in the modern approved wayand such person so chosen and now employed by the court shall be paid when the work is completed the customary price for such services and such person so chosen shall have reasonable time in which to complete the work It is ordered by the court that what ever accounts the Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge County has paid under former emergency order are directed to be charged to the general1 I settlement with the expense fund in the sheriff l1tis ordered by the court that the ac tion of the Road and Bridge Supervi sor in the matter of the McGehee l Ford Bridge road be and are hereb appointed by this court i w1t Is ordered by the Court that the ti awc td lf i + if i ti following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the per sons below named respectively for the services mentioned The Bank of Hardlnsburg Trust Co office rent for Gus Brown County Attorney for the year 1909 36 00 Jno OReilly justice three days October term 1009 0 00 T M Bates justice three days October term 100Q 9 00 H G Vessells justice three days October term IgOU 9 00 C H Drury justice hree days October term 1909 9 00 J T McCamish justice three days October term 1909 DI 00 Frank Ruppert justice three days October term 1009 000 It is ordered by the court that the proceedings of this term of the court shall be published in the county newspapers under the former order with reference thereto On motion of Justice Chas H Drury seconded by justice John OReilly the following tribune to Judge Henry De Haven Moorman as County Judge of Breckenridge County was presented signed by nil the court and the County Attorney and ordered recorded as the last act of this Court towit We the members of the Fiscal Court of Breckenridge County Kentucky re alizing that this is the last regular ses sion during our termsof office having had the honor to serve 4 years in a court presided over by the youngest County Judge ever elected in Kentucky and feeling just pride in his adminis tration which has been characterized by honesty energy impartiality and pro gressive conservatism now desire as an evidence of our appreciation confi dence anti respect to mention some of the good good features of his adminis tration which are the following which we commend to our citizens as facts worthy of consideration which reflect great credit on the head of our Court who has served with dignity ability and distinction otherwise as County JudgeThe tax rate during the present ad ministration for General Expenses the Sinking Fund and the Pauper Fund is the same that it has been for many many years 18 cents on the 100 the Road and Bridge Fund remains25 cents on the 100 From these sources has come all the funds to meet all the ex penses of the County government un der the present administration The total indebtedness of the county when this administration took charge was about 7500 the settlement next April show u total outstanding indebtedness of not more 1500 more a small item in the affairs of a 5000000 corporation All know the unprecedented floods that have destroyed our roads and bridges During this term outside of extensive repairs to about fifteen iron bridges and more wooden ones we have built two very large iron bridges and a smaller I one besides painting and adjusting practically every bridge in the county t something that had not been doneI right for many years and our bridges are now in better condition than ever in the history of the county More miles of pike have been built than ever in any previous four years xln addle to the work done much of which wash ed away in the floods the county nowI owns mules an engine steam drill rock crusher many graders and much other road machinery a 1500 tool house stable and lot and over two thousand dollars worth of small tools all purchased out of road money col money collected during this term The competitive bid system has teen strictly adhered to the first time in the countys history thus saving hundreds ot dol lars annually New roads have been established where necessary costing as high as 1300 in a single instance all without raising taxes By an expenditure of about 3000 on the Court House and yard and coal houses we now have one of the prettiest buildings and yard in any country town in our state Our public convenience is commented on as being unusually nice Our jail has been painted drained and otherwise repair ed at great cost and is considered one of the cleanest and nicest in the State Our paupers receive more each annual ly than ever before the almbouse has received attention and the poor farm is in unusually good codition All of these repairs have been planned and supervised by Judge Moorman himself and he has not presented a claim for his service or received one cent extra for all of the labor his accomplishments evi dence Livery office and the court room has new furniture and stoves Judge Moorman has an original road system paying cash instead of orders which it has been necessary for the road hands to discount until the pre sent administration The system is complete in one road book which shows where each and every cent was spent and by wnora and when spent Expenses have been cut down in each anal every department of the county government by the diligence of our worthy and capable County Attorney Hon Gus Brown and the Court This fact has made it possible to accomplish these results with the same tax rate fox general expenses that others have had No department has been touched with systematizedYlIe has given to official1I duties that he would have used withI I y ii jYA fi 1- ih J = I IIIIA1CV WINWf4dUNNWJIItVrAMJ IAw MN- MiVIhMAtteh1ion1 I IIBurley Growers Tobacco of I in Breckenridge county are requested to meet at the ffollow ind places to get a line on the pooling of their tobacco A I representative the Burley Tobacco Society will be present to explain the terms andconditions of pooling MF SHARPI WILL SPEAKI AT Irvington Thursday Nov 4th at 130 p m Garfield Friday Nov 5th 130 p m Custer Saturday Nov 6th 130 p m Bewleyville Safdy Nov 6th 700 p m f Every grower of Burley Tobacco should not fair to attend these meetings It is important ILf WUJlVtt profit to himself in his profession In recognition of his faithfulness to duty and energetic effort we desire to pay to him this tribute as the head of our court and we direct this recorded as the last order of this term of this court our last official act This October 5 1009Chas H Drury Thos M Bates H G Vessells Frank Ruppert J T McCamish J OReilly All of the Justices of the Peace in commission I 11Came11 following response towit Realizing II that no mau ever had associatedwith him six fairer or more just men I amJJ not willing to receive more than my share of whatever credit is due our administration j and I desire to express my heartfelt appreciation of the fact that it has been my privilege to have associated I with me six men of the strictest in tegrity and good ability who in our I court have worked as one man for the upbuilding of our county always forgetII ting polities or other might creep into our deliberations I I met you when quite young and your I friendship has been a support for which I I shall ever feel the keenest approcia tion I thank you for yUt kind words and assure you that but for your sound discretion and assistance I would have often erred where I have probably gone right Regardless of all things I know that all of us have honestlyendeavored to do our duty each man for his district and the countyH Moorman J B C Minutes read and approved and or dered that court adjourn to October 27 1909 Mr McCoys Arrival Causes Excitement Notwithstanding the intense se riousness of the men on the street Monday afternoon who were electioneering Wm McCoy suddenly awakened them when he came in town on his motorcycle It made as much noise as an automobile He rushed swiftly up the church hill but the power gave out before he got toI the top Mr McCoy came throughl by land from Indianapolis He will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Joseph Mullen several days Rice Taul Mr W r Taul and Mrs Lucy nice of Pisgah were married at Hardlns burbY i H M L i fi J1 i1i i A IJfldIIThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON IIAssistant Cashier Capital 50000 Surplus anJ Un divided Profits DIRECTORS Eskridge Richardson Pays 3 per cent on time Three per cent much the best banks in as muchas any safely managed J to pay J IIElm Ii i I rvrv 1100000Mites Timber F- I I F I it itF OF 0- I I 1 KY I HIGHEST PRICE PAID I =flUSiI Judge Wills r Last week Judge Wills was critically ill at his home on the East Side His conditian shows slight improvement Judge Wills friends are sorry of his continued ilHuess 0 F f u ti tiie 7 The foundation for new Hites Run Baptist church been laid and work on it is progressing splendidly Two dollars have been raised an the subscription I b uli iJtJ4 1f c aE y o y- rt Morris G W Beard D S Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Beard is as as this i If III tho has hundred Mr Williamson Here J E Williamson of Hender 6 been the guest of Mr Owen Bf Mr Williamson is a most gi ted man in musical lines He re B Y R U piano and put condition notwithsUaihtf fctv n- 1I + J n 111111