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THE BRECKEN JfjjM u WY mJ fWi = ALL THE NEWS THATS FIJt t I NT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OiCif1Lt2 29 IIQ09 8 Pates NO 25 r BEN JOHNSON t NEVER A DISTILLER t Or Directly Or Indirectly Inter ested in The Sale of Whisky ills First Vote Was Cast t For Local Option JOHNSTON MISREPRESENTED Bardstown Ky Dec 1Judge L T Thurman of Springfield Ky made a speech here Monday in favor of local option lIe spoke to a crowded lipuse He said in his speech that he was just out of a heated election that he was tired and worn out that he was seeking a much needed rest and would not have come to Bards town at this time except to correct some misrepresentations whicTi were being made relative to his position upon the local option question- In the course of his remarks he also said But why should I bother about being misrepresented Is that not the way in Kentucky now especially when a man holds pr is a prospcctiye candidate for office Js not your own most distiiigulshpd cljtlzens position on this very question almost daily misrepresented and purely for politi cal purposes Did not one of the Hart county papers a bit ago say that Ben Johnson owned and operated one of the largest distillery plants in Nelson county when I and all of you know that he never at any time had had any interest directly or Indi rectly in the manufacture or sale of whisky You and I know and every man willing to know the truth knows that the records of your County y Clerks office kept within a hundred feet of where I now stand bear mute tes imony to the fact that the first oj vote he ever cast in his life was for local option in Bardstown He has a voted tha way for nearly a quarter of a century At the last election held in this county upon the question which was three years ago he then voted for local option and I know and everybody knows that he will again vote for local option next Saturday He is a plain man of few words and yet a man who is not afraid toexpress his convictions In my recent can vass for reelection as Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial district when I was being fought by the whisky Interests of that district as perhaps nO man was ever fought be fore Ben Johnson was the only man holding public ofllce in Kentucky out E I1side of my district who came to my assistance In a speech made in the r 4tvery camp of the enemy with distil heitmthe question of local option he stood exactly where he had always stood that he had always voted for it and always intended to do so He has mail never trimmed he has never dodged jug t1 Though ha beats no drum blows no atcol horn and never marches with a brassready band you need never doubt his posi tion upon any public question More than that he Is a dry man of the rRht kindhe practices what he peaches He is one of the few menv of my acquaintance of whom It can be truthfully said that neither splritous vinous nor malt liquor ever passed his v lipsa glorious example to the youth of this country But I came to talk to you of other matters You pepple of Nelson county know these things better than I do IIrvingtonj Nat Calbert colored was killed t Saturday night by negro Albert Staples who is in jail nt Hardinsburg His trial was hold yesterday The tragedy was the result of a misunderstanding t between the two si fJV Receiving Tobacco Glendeanoreceived000 pounds of tobacco The tobacco KYin that section Is not grading as high as it did last year It is admitted by veryphi bearg near the money it did last season havend a number of farmers are disap little dluted There is np complaint rev andgthe grading which seems to 1op Msitisfactory- i Creaa Subscribe o t f 4yj + HARDINSBURG If you want the best flour buy the Lewlsport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Frank Roach of Clo verport are spending tho week with re latlveshereJ has moved to Ekron where he will farm Mr Lewis has been a carpenter for several years and is a man whose energy will bring suc cess In whatever he does George Lane of BarboursviUe hits accepted a position with B F Beard Co He Is here familiarizing himself with the work of keeping the books and handling the correspondence His pre decessor Herbert Hall will remain until the first of next month when he will go to Louisville to take a thorough business course including shorthand and typewriting Henry Rhodes of Iowa is here to visit relatives his first visit in sixteen years Lobule Smith and family were in Louisville last week visiting relatives Miss Nita Beard of Louisville is visiting Mrs Blanche Read The town is enlivened by the presence of our college young folk who are here for the Holidays Besides Ernest Has well teacher at Barboursville we have Miss Della Kincheloe a student in the same schopl Miss Hannah Beard from Beuna Vista Virginia and Mes srs Mack Brown Vivian and Arthur Hasweil of the State University at LexingtonMr Mrs Joe Ball of Birming ham Alabama were here a few days last week the guests of Mrs McGary Mr and Mrs Frank Shellman and daughter of Alabama are visiting re latives Supt Joe W Trent spent Christmas at his home near Custer Roy the fourteen year old son of Horace Riley colored died Saturday night of appendicitis Among the treats at the High School Chapel exercises last week were Mr Ernest Hnswells reciting one morning and Miss Delia Klnaheloes singing the nextMilton Coke who was here for sev eral days was unexpectedly called home one day last week on account of an accident to the foreman in his printing establishment at Somerset Mr and Mra Ed Beard of Louis ville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Beard Mr and Mrs Jerry Lennon had a family reunion Christmas day all the children and grandchildren being pre sent except Watt who lives in Arizona Dr Harold Beard of Livermore Ky was here Saturday and Sunday Miss Louise Moorman of Glendeane is the guest of Miss Hannah Beard A good plasterer and bricklayer Can find plenty of work at Hardinsburg Mrs Herbert Beard is better after a severe illness The Cantata given at the City Hall on Christmas eve was one of the most pleasing school entertainments ever given hereCSantn in Southland was well rendered by the High School pupils and they and Mr Edwards are the recipients of many compliments There was a neat sum realized for the library fund Only three marriage licenses were issued Christmas week James Ben nett Dora J Ballow Lee Probus Hattie Woods John Wo Basham Catherine BashamIYou can get all kinds of lumber and building material from T J Hook You can buy pine flooring from T J Hook at 150 per 100 feet The supply will soon be exhausted Come soon Miss Cora Erwin of Louisville is the guest of Mrs W C Duvall Tom HOOK has returned from Mook where he was installing a system of water works for Wade Pile Marriage licenses Monday John M Skillman Evelyn Edward Beard Vic tor Whitworth Dora Lynch The will of Robert M Beavin of Mooleyville neighborhood was admitted to probate Monday Damian Beavin was named as executor At the regular election of Brecken rIdge Lodge No 67 F A M the fol lowing officers were elected Jesse Whltworth W M j Will Skillman S W F S Kincheloe J Wj Andrew Driskell Secy W G Haswell Treas i Leslie Walker Tyler The following were appointed Rev Isaiah Cline Chaplain M Bo Kincheloe S D Paull Compton and George Evans Stewards The1entertainmeptat the City Hall Monday night given by the pupils of St Romnolds Academy drew a full u t w house and left a goodly sum for library purposes The exercises were specially good as this school always gives Prof C M Payne principal of the Robards Graded school is at home for the week Russell Compton In the guest of his brother Paul Compton before return ing to the State University Miss Margaret Maxwell of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Morris H Beard W S Ball of Frankfort was here a few days returning Tuesday Cornelius Downs of Pellvllle is here looking for a farm so he can return to Breckenrldge his native county Dun Hook of Brandenburg is here for a few days the guest of Jeff and Jube Hook Jas H Meador ot Blair Nebraska Is here at his oJ home for a visit of several weeks after an absence of several years The Board of Tar Supervisors will meet next Monday to inspect and revise the Assessors book Judge Moor man has reappointed last years board John Jennings of Cloverport Taylor Dowell of Irvington Jess Miller of Sample Lon Glasscock of McDaniels and Calvin Hendrick of Hardinsburg Mrs Nora Board of Irvington is the guest of Mrs Charlie Beard T J Moore spent Christmas at his home near McDauielsj II H Driskell and family have been visiting at Bashetts for several days Jesse R Eskridge County Attorney elect was here Monday making ar rangements to move here from Owens boroNEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Cloverport People Should Ltarn To Detect the Approach of Kidney Disease The symptoms of kidney trouble are so unmistakable that they leave no ground for doubt Sick kidneys excrete n thick cloudy offensive urine full of sediment irregular of passage or at tended by a sensation of scalding The back aches constantly headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the victim is often weighed down by a feeling of Languor and fatigue Neglect these warn ings and there is danger of dropsy Brights Disease or diabetes Anyone of these symptoms is warning enough to begin treating the kidneys at once Delay often proves fatal You can use no better remedy than Deans Kiduey Pills Heres Clover pOI t proof John H Wills judge of police court High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation in pronouncing Dpans Kidney Pills the best remedy 1 know for the purposes for which their use is intended I tike pleasure in re commending them to other persons who may be suffering from diaordereJ kid neys I will be pleased to answer any questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time For sale by all dealers Price 59 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other Resolutions of Respect We the committee appointed by the Matron of Laura StltrrChupter No 75 O E S offer the following resolutions in memory of Sister Mary Jordan who 011 the morning of Dec 10 1909 was summoned by the death angel quietly but not unexpectedly to eternal rest Resolved first That in the death of Sister Jordan the order has lost one of its most faithful and devoted members one whom we all loved Her presence and influence will be greatly missed The family have lost a kind and devoted wife and mother A husband feels the loss of her Children are left to weep For wife and mother is at rest In that long peaceful sleep The sleep of death Resolved Second That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family in the unspeakable loss which they have sustained and we earnestly pray that the comforting grace of a compassionate father may rest upon them Resolved Third That a copy be sent to the family to each of the county papers for publicationI and a copy be spread ou our minutes Committee Miss Mary A Payne Miss laa McCoy- T Stltb o a Fentress tlallII Miss Sylvanm Fentrew and IJlha I Hall of Grayson county were mariil I I Monday in Hnrdinshurfj In Rev I h Cline at the Methodist parsonage 0 i bride Is the lovely daughter of Mi Owen Fentress of Gleiuluaiie Passing on Prescriptions Some people look on n doctors pre Bcrlptlon In the saute light IIH a cook cry recipe and puss It on to their friends for general use They forget that the same symptoms may come from totally different causes and that to take n medicine prescribed I doIKitchen Apron- A kitchen npron made of gum tissue bound with white tnpe Is one of the most serviceable kinds When Roiled It can easily be washed and dried It- lis also a useful apron to wear when the children their baths The gum material can be purchased jn sheet widths and the pieces left ar convenient for many other purposes Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to the good women that help ed so willingly and kindly to nurse our loved one and the many friends that have been with us in this dark hour Henry Davis and daughter and her sister Mrs Cliff Davis THE RACE FOR RICHES IIs Wealth That Cannot Be Enjoyed Worth the Price The writer once Inquired of a very successful tiiun When do you ever get u moments time for your own self to be your self and to think your own thoughts Do you ever get n time like thuti The very successful 1111111 hesitated for n moment and then replied Why yes I net such a time while 1 am being shaved In the morning Is success really worth the price whet it must be paid for nt such a rate Of what use are mansions mid country houses told great estates If one hUH no time to visit them and en joy their Itenuty Vhy should one collect through agents Ithe most ex quisite works of art If he cannot find more than n casual half hour In which to view them What are wife and children If you are always hastening about the world fur too preoccupied to give them any serious thought or to retire the pleasure which their company could afford you And yet there Is one sole satisfac tlonIf It be satisfaction Millions of your fellow countrymen nnd cOlin trywomen will believe beyond all doubt that you are really happy and will envy you Munseys Magazine Remanded To Jail Albert Staples colored charged with the murder of Nat Calbert at Irvington ChristmHS eve was yesterday held over to the grand jury by Judge Moorman in the sum of 1000 Iu default of hail1 the defendant was remanded to jail Too Near the Throrfe In the seventies of the last century the artist Anton von Werner was appointed to perpetuate till German imperial proclamation lit tlrst made u sketch to submit to the old Unijieror William In this the various pcrsou ages were grouped In thet saute order as during the ceremony at 1 ersailles WUSIarn 1 standing ou n raised plat form with Bismarck at his left on a lower step and on his right the crown prince whom the artist had represent ed with one foot on the upper level The emperor examined the sketch and at once noted the position of the Crown Prince Frederick He frowned took his pencil slid made a thick rapid stroke through his sons right leg Not yet said he Miss Nicholas Leaves Miss Pauline Nicholas has gone to St Louis to make her home with her mother She has spent most of her life with her grandmother In this city and is a bright young girl I Pointer on Road Metaling Hlllsboro county Fin hnslt considerable extent of good roads about 100 miles approximately most of which has been Improved within a few recent years Ono of the county commissioners In an Interview recent ly laid particular stress on the neces sity for an adequate thickness of met aling He maintains that thero should bo of ma adam construction at least eight Inches of stou on the sides and ten inches In the center Even more would add to the longevity of the road In his Judgment BEARDSKILLMAN WEDDING YESTERDAY At llardiiisburjf In HiI Methodist ChurchFollowed By A Beautiful Dinner To The Members Of The Bridal Party THE REV MATHER OFFICIATES Yesterday afternoon in the Methodist church South at Hnrdhl burg a most attractive wedding took place when Miss Evelyn E Beard and Mr John Skillman were united in marriage The ceremony was said by Dr Mather at 2 oclock in the presence of a large num ber of friends and relatives I The church was artistically decorated and before and after the ceremony a quartette was sung by Mrs Shaw Mrs Will Lennon Messrs Raymond Dowell and J H Eawards The music was charmingly rendered and so was the bridal march by Mrs Blanche Read The ushers were Messrs Roy E Moorman Ernest Hasweil Allen Kincheloe and Judge M B Kincheloe Immediately after the wedding the bridal party and the Immediate family were entertained at Mr Skillnmns home where a most elaborate dinner was served Cantata Beautiful The Cantata Emmanuel was sung beautifully Sunday night by a number of talented young people of this city The music was rendered in the Baptist church Miss Rebecca Willis pin no 1st and Mr Lawrence Murray director deserve much praise for their diligence In preparing the cantata but truly there was glory enough for all for each and every one did admirably Too Late For Last Week Dear Santa ClnusNo pen could write of all the things I want tonight So please drop in while I am at rest and bring me what you think is best Respectfully yours Henry Charles Babbage UNION STAR Mr and Mrs D S Richardson are spending the holidays in Louisville visiting their sons E Aand R C RichardsonMrs Coleman and daughter Nellie Franklin after a weeks visit to her father Mr N G Barbee have returnedMr Cart of LaDue Mo is visiting his mother Mrs Sarah J Bruner Is danger ously ill at this writing Mr Leonard Waggenest is visiting his father near Rome Indiana- If yQu want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr Win Thurman Mr L B Hall Herbert Jolly and Allen Severs went to Louisville this week Mrs O C Shellman and daughters are visiting friends In CloyeriK rt Mrs Win Mllner returned from a visit to her brothers In Louisville last ThursdayDr G Milner and Mr and Misses Baker of Patesville are vis iting Miss Mattie Milner Miss Cora Bennett is visiting at Ammons this week Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes The fits of sneez- Ing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will be stopped when the causes that pro deco it are removed Cleanliness comfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Bulm Sold by all druggists for 60 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York Thank You Dear Sir and Friend Please let my paper come We cannot do without the Breckenrldge News Happy w Year John LymerI Pooled Tobacco At Garfield Pooled tobacco is being delivered at Garfield as fast as purchasers can 4 handle it The grading is satisfac tory to both buyer and seller De livery begun Monday Girls Club At Irvington Misses Claudia and Maggie Bandy will be the hostess Thursday afternoon for the regular meeting of the forty two club an organization composed of a number of society girls of that city The following are members Misses EvelynHerndon Moremen1IIly R B McGlothlan C L Chambers and E H Jolly The Church or Business Which r4 I am resoluted To be a better busi ness man To put more time money and brains Into my business That ii- a la good New Years resolution But what about the church Are you resolved to be a better church member Are you resolved to start to Sundayschool- Are you resolved to put mote time money and brains into the work of the church than ever before Amen Let us pray for great prosperity in the Kingdom of God I wish for you a joyful and happy New Year G P Dillon Pastor t AROUND THE CORNER Recently a fern man came to Clo verport to see one of the towns beau tiful girls Of course the young lady took him to the post office for many reasons and just as thay were entering a most clever looking man passed oui the opposite door and her escort spoke to him Oh whos your friend Isnt he grand great exclaimed the girl With that her friend called the stranger and introduced him The girl was completely infatuated and showed it plainly The next day whey her fern suitor called the pursued girl said to him You nre so unselfish so kind to me I cant understand why you are so good My dear he asked soltly I thought trie other man was so great grand etc He was until I met him she answered Theo her devoted lover told her that was the reason he introduced her He wanted her to get her dose of him After all the mans motive was most selfish Aud the girl laughed up her sleeve for down in her heart she wanted him to be selfish sometimes 000- A bright charming girl who assisted with the Christmas goods ut one of the leading store in this city lust season certainly made an impression while there for soon after the holidays she received a postcnrdfrom a nervy mem ber of the masculine sex asking her to correspond She did not remember of ever seeing him or hearing his name When she finished relating her experience she was asked if she answered his card and she explained No I didnt like his postal it was a one center It has come to that men even must dis play good taste and junk in the sending of postcards ROSETTA Farmers are busy delivering their tobaccoMr and Mrs Edd Jordan who have been visiting friends and relatives for a monthreturned to their home in CaliI fornia Saturday- Mr and Mrs M T ChAppel red daughter1 Eula and Mr and ftjre Mercer visited Mr and Mrs J W Willis Sunday Misses Annie Mercer May and Callie Ross visited Mrs James Adams a feW days last week If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Charlie Mercer spent Sunday night with Hamp Mitcham Miss Eula Claycomb of Irvington spent Friday with Miss Euln Chappell Miss Dora Gilpin of High Plains Js visiting Miss Oda Mae Adkisson this weekG C Garner has purchased sawmill s from Wm Miller of High Plains and moved it to this neighborhood ISamfornia his future home LouisvilleSaturday Irvine Mercer went to Custer or business Monday gt I Subscriber p GvaSPS r iefidN R 1 If At I 47 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1L JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO i J Issued Every Wednesday Ie ibsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per linot JJOBITUARIESf charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money U advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please I usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essPOUR PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 29 1909 The tobacco situation at Hardinsburglis serious to the farmers They have sold their pooled tobacco but cant deliver it on account of not being able to secure a house The farmers held a meeting there- last Monday to see if they could secure a suitable house but failed mjj sent u committee vv SC Beards who evetwo mouses but they failed to make any arrangements The Beards arc buying them selves and refused to rent or lease their houses It is thought they will secure a house at Kirkand one at McQuady What the tobacco growers will have to do is to build their own houses and be in shape to take care of their own product if thoy continue to pool their tobac co The best thoy can do is to join the Burley Association and com bine their interests The Burley people hove adopted the only feasible plan to fight the trust and fix the pricesL L i Beard Bros Ilardinsburg Ire offering their entire stock of thoroughbred Horses and Colts at reduced prices to close out their stock business This is a splendid opportunity for any one who wants to go into the live stock busines in this county They have built up splendid business in this line and heros a chance for the right man to step into a good paying business The pooled tobacco of Warrick and Spencer counties Indiana kris been sold at a price averaging 8i cents The pool contained 3000000 pounds A glad glorious Now Year to the subscribers and friends of the NewsT hope each of you will have health and wealth inlthe day ef 1910 The new city council which meets for the first time next Monday nighti should take up the question of fire protection Merchants in this city and all over the county report n splendid Ckristmas business Mrs Laniers Farm School The farm school maintained by Mrs Sidney Lanicr Jr near Kllot MeI Is of Interest Twenty girls were grad sated reciiitlv after a summer course In dairy and poultry work Mrs ha nler hopIs to attract city girls ospe dally taking than away from the monotonous routine of olilco and store work though still lilting them to iarn their own living My school Is a SUe cess says MrsI Lanlor I have taught my girls to make hay to grow vegetables rued above till to make good buttir The best opening fur them is In the dairy and I am that dairy work Is more sureI the average young woman than pound- Ing a typewriter or standing behind a counter all day Certainly It gives better health and rosier cheeks 1 leave several stenographers with me and they say they will not return the old wearing routine We now teII concentrating our work on the dnlr school and we are turning out ex perts In Initterinaklng Poultry rais ing Is another occupation fitted for women nail 1 have several pupils busy at that All the girls are con tented and happy and it will surprise me If our of them returns to the hardI life of the rlty r HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Christmas Rates Reduced rates for the above occasion December 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 31 1909 and January 1st 1910 good to return January 6th Until further notice NO 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson foi connection with L and N trainNo 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p in Saving His Wind A highland athletic gathering was In full swing and considerable interest centered in the Chances of a local competitor who had entered for sev eral events anti confidently expected to win at least ono of them Ills first at tempt was in Ithat hardest of races the quarter mile and be was easily de feated DonnP LonaPI rxrlalmed a sup porter reprovinglyI why did yp no tin faster thin faster echoed Donald con temptuously an me reserving masel for the bagpipe 401111It It lOll If you wantjthe bestjflour fbuythe Lewisport BEST patent flour Jt t I SmokelessUntilSmokeless Device and make it completely dependable all oil heaters had one commpn great faultsmoke With the advent of the Automatic Smokeless Device and its practical application to the PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device the smoke problem was successfully solvedTHe Perfection Oil Heater is the onlyheater equipped with this 4Automatic Smokeless Device which insures a steady fullglowing heat with the wick turned up as high as it will go without a shred of smoke Reverse the motion turn the wick down theres no odor The smokeless device automatically locks and prevents the upward niovcmcnt of the wick beyond the proper exposure That givesleadershipYou may now have all the heat you wantwhen you want itand where you want itwithout the annoyance of smoke or odor Brass font holds 4 quarts of oil which permits a glowing heat for 9 hours Brass wick tube damper topcool handle Cleaned in a minute The Perfection is beautifully finished in Nickel or Japan Eiery Dealer Everywhere If Not At Your Write for Descriptive Circular to the Nearest Agency of the COMPANYaIncorporated I r i i u I- IfV Ilhpt ddw J t1JLeaoy c c f r q n THE NEW MACADAM How Road Builders Have Improv ed on Scotchmans Idea IDEAL HIGHWAY NECESSITIES careful Grading Good Drainage Sub stantial Foundation and a Wearing Surface Necessary For the Up to Date Macadamized Road lit a recent speech on the construe tion ami maintenance of macadam ronds Austin B Fletcher secretary of the Massachusetts highway commis sion said- llacniliuna road Is a tiling of the past In fact the road of the kind built by the Scotchman John Loudon Macadam and named In hid honor has been obsolete In this country for some time Macadam knew nothing of machine broken stone and be did not dream that a broken stone roadway could be made as smooth as a billiard table by the use of steam road rollers In these days when we speak of a macadam road wo mean ti road with the following characteristics A road with easy gradients usually not exceeding n live foot rise In 100 feet of length A road with drainage appliances so perfect that substantially no water reaches the broken stone from below- A road with a foundation consisting of either the natural soil if suitable otherwise of artificially placed gravel or unbroken stine so that the bun dation with the superimposed broken stone will have sutllclent strength to distribute over the underlying soil any load to which the road Is likely to be subjectedA with a wearing surface of two or more layers of broken stone small in size those at the bottom usually not more than two and one half inches In diameter rand those at the top generally varying from one and onequarter Inches to onehalf inch IlEAUTJFUIi HTIIKTCIl OF MACADAMIZED ItOAUWAY From Good lioads Magazine New York in diameter each course or layer carefully spread uniform in depth and rolled thoroughly with a steam road roller before the next course is placid By this process the rolling being done on thin layers the stones become thoroughly compacted told the void spaces or interstices between tine stones uro largely eliminated The tinul process consists in spreading over the surface of the upper layer of broken stone a thin covering of the screenings which result from the machine breaking of the stones and which contain n considerable proportion of tine dust then Hushing or grouting the screenings Into such voids as remain between the broken stone and rolling the road with the steam roller So far as the treatment of macadam roads Is concerned the remedy seems to bo Vu the application of protective coats er coverings ta bituminous na ture Before any of the bituminous ma terials are applied It Is essential that the road surface be evened up tumid patched where necessary rolled and swept clean of all dust The bltu minous materials are then applied hot to the road surface by means of spray lug machines or gravity distributers or by hand In quantities varying from onequarter to threequarters of a gal lon to the square yard and immediate ly covered evenly with sand line gravel or broker stone screenings The annual maintenance will be mere ly the cost of renewing the covering probably from 4 cents to C cents per square yard per annum By this meth od no wear whatever will take place on the broken stone and In a sense that portion of the ordinary macadam road which takes the wear will there after be only a foundation for the bituminous wearing coat Tho protective coat referred to would probably be inadequate for traffic and the Introduction of bituminous binders Into the voids between the broken stones would be necessary A good deal of work of this sort is being done now in an experimental way by mixing the bituminous material with the broken stone before it Is placed on the roadway or by grout Ing the bituminous material into the spaces between and around the broken stone after it has been placed and par tially rolled The cost of the ordinary macadam road is probably from 20 to 50 cents per square yard and the roadway will require a protective covering at least ItIwould be economical to rely upon the protective covering and to omit the bituminous material from Jhe voids be tween the stone while tho traffic rep mains KM at present rrk 1 CLOSING OUT SALE i OF THOROUGHBRED Stallions Horsesand Colts i CWe have sold our farm and must dispose of r some stcok CWe have decided to sellall our Stallions also Registered brood Mares and Colts Write us and let us give you full information We also have several horses Y andcolts unregistered We have a HERD OF JERSEYS Write at once as we must sell in the next 60 days We can please you and will be glad to turn our business at Eardinsburg over to purchaser here I Beard Bros i iI Hardinsburg Kentucky c r BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 Capital Surplus and- Undivided I Profits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Smalll1 accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones und we appre cate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY Transmigration of Souls First Johnnie What caused him to renounce hcosophyf The last time I saw him he was clamming to be the re incarnation of his grandfather Second JohnnieYes lie flrnily believed that he was the reincarnation of his grand father but people began dunning him for money they had lent the old gentle nmrp fifty years ago and he dropped the theory like a hot potato Puck i Torturingeczema spreads its burning area every day Doans Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly re lieves the itching cures permanently At any drug store An Utter Wretch Our engagement is broken admit ted the girl but I still have a tender feeling for him You might as well cut it out ad vises her friend lies going around bragging about his lucky escape Louisville UotrlorlournulIIir CbIQdrrtn Cry FOR FLETCHERSI G ASTORIAI P fr IIIIII Wish a Happy and Prosperous I r INEW YEARii I 11 Cm b- atrar1o 10 Vu I- nM MrIi in the past year and will try to make it more I for t I to their interest in the coming year than ever 11A1 11 before to trade with me by carrying a better I 0r Seentlprices that defy J I competition Again one and all I thank you II rie rW B lED pailapaF ALEXANDER I Irvington Kentucky IIriJ I A Real Cute Dog A good dog story is attributed to a visitor to an English country Inn on market day Now he said Ive got a dog here i wouldnt take 20 for You can believe me pr not but what I am going to tell ypu Is perfectly true In the early part of last spring I lost six ewes and could and them nowhere One days about three weeks later as I was looking across from my house to the edge of the moor about two miles away I noticed some sheep I got my telescope and assured myself that they were mine I placed the telescope In a suitable position and made Bob look through It After about a minute the dog wagged his tall and looked at me as If be understood wtht I wanted and was off like a shot In less than two hours IIP brought the sheep home safe and Bound Looking Ones Best jilts a womans delight to look her bestbut pimples skin eruptions sores agd boils rob life of joy Listen Buck lens Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies ByesColdHands Try It Infallible for Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store M an ii1 rt 4- shitAAililil I ilSl1IASiSiSfkkS1115tSI0 + t Eti I x A number of Farms difIferent Sizes and priceBI The Bank jf of Trust HardlnSburPli 1 asuut e tKK t+ tKKrk K Kit t trtill t it I any H DeN flOORMAN ofAttorneyHARD1NSBURQ KY t- lvlll practice his profession In all Of the octtierroad and x ctrtorOffice orer Bank ol HardinsburgU 7 subscriber c r t A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes nrotectsthobravo resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Gold in tho Head quickly Restores tho Souses of Tasto and Smell Full sizo 60 cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid Oroam Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts Ely Brothers GO Warren Street New York T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DEC 20 1909 For Congress Johnson authorized to formeelectionas a candidate to Congress subject to the action of tho Demo ciiitlo Primary to bo hold March 12 1910 PERSONALAND LOCAL Mrs Ben Ridgeway was in Louisville last week Mrs File DeHaven is visiting Mrs Gross at Holt Fire works fruits and candies at the English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Henry Duncan are in Brandenburg The jSnglish Kitchen still serves a rood hot lunch Tom Ferry is visiting Mrs Homer Dawley in Louisville r Fresh oysters at the English Kitchen served in any style Henty Moorman of St Louis was the euestof Miss Ella Smith Luther Marrs and family of Custer went to Louisville Monday Miss Annie May Mattiugly will spend New Years eve in Irvington Father Genot was injured in a runa way near McDaniels Wednesday Mrs Byrne Severs and son Hugh Barrett are visiting in Owensboro John Newton has gone to Oklahoma and Texas to spend several mouths Mrs Frank English and little laughter were in Louisville last week Mrs Fred Ferry gave an informal five hundred party Monday afternobu Wallace Weatherholt of Indianapolis is the guest of his parents at Tobins portIf you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour yFor SaltsA glove of the world Cost 5ta when new price now 450 News Office Miss Elizabeth Babbage of Louis vibe is the guest of relatives and friendsMrs Dan Burks and children ofI Addison are the guests ot + Mrs Edward GregorySyreno Winn is spending this week at Irvington with his father andl brothers Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson and littleI daughter Carrie Mne were in Louis ville last week David May and Miss Mary Dreidun baugh of Owensboro are visiting Mrs Chas May Sr Mr and Mrs Chas P cabbage and eon Henry of Louisville are visiting Mrs Rowland Clyde Sanders is home from Chicago for Christmas He will go to Mobile Ala for the winter Prof Edmond Wroe of Flemings berg is visiting his parents at their name on Sixth Street John Moredock and Monroe Webb of Garfield spent Christmas visitin friends at OwensVioro Hawkins Smith of Garfield sold a pair of mules last Saturday for 350 Jonas Lyons sold one for 150 Thisis mark which is foundon every bottle iofthe genuine iScoffs Emulsion iithe standard Cod Liver i Oil preparation of the world Nothing equals L it to buildup the weak and wasted bodies of young andold b BOIL SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS heD nil lOc name of paper and this ad for os r beautiful Savings sank and Childs 0 se ketch Rook1ach bank contains a ts f ioc vck Penny kBpWNE 409 Peat St N Y = jlI f Morrison Calhoon dentists oflBc aowiiutuira 20l Fourth titrvut bOb phones Owennboro Ky George Boyd Jr and Miss Marie Boyd of Owensboro spent Christmas day with Dr and Mrs Newsoiu Mr and Mrs W E Houston and son Percy are visiting Mr and Mrs Barney Squires on Second street Malaga Grapes Ijj cents per pound Michigan celery fi cents and California celery 10 cents per bunch at Sawyers Wilbur Ilnnimiin of Marysville Tonn is spending the holidays at the home of his mother on Chestnut Street Notice 1lease do not ask the News to publish a card of thanks free obituaries or resolutions John D Bab bageMrs Nathaniel Tucker and daugh ters Misses Bernice and Lala were guests of friends in Louisville a few days last week Miss Rich of Owensboro who is visiting Miss Martha Miller was the guest of honor at a luncheon given by Mrs Shelby Conrad today If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Ray Hardesty of Louisville and Misses Nannie and Drool Hall of Union Star are guests of Miss Hazel Holder at her home on Fifth Street Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and little daughters Jane and Mayme have been in Louisville where little Miss Jane Sawyer was given a slight throat operationIf want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Elizabeth May gave a delightful entertainment last Thursday afternoon The members of her kimlegarden ren dereda most fascinating program Souvenirs with refreshments were served lo all present besides beautiful holiday gifts were given to the children Livery Feed and Hitch Stable Corn Hay Straw and all kinds of Mill Feed for sale at reasonable prices Feed delivered to any part of the city Give me a call S I Popham FARMS FOR SALE We have the following farms for sale These farms have been bought by us for the standing timber We have no uSe for the farms and willI sell them on easy payments Farm No 1 120 acresi mile from Morris 1i miles from Batesville on a free gravel road pike Bell Independent Telephone passes place R F D mail passes place J mile from public school and churches One 14 room brick house slate roof all rooms fresco painted cellar under whole house Brick outbuildings an orchard containing SOI fruit trees good vineyard one larg cattle barn 30x80 one horse barn 36 x80 a large granery and tool house all in good condition Land is all level with good drainage 14 acresi standing timber Ho acres on which timber was removed the past three years is now in good pasture balance of land in cultivation The buildings i on this farm could not be replaced for 2000000 There has been harvestedI this year 30 bushels of wheat to an acre and 50 bushels corn to an acre Our price on this farm is 19500011 Farm No2 14S acres 5 miles from Newpoint Ind 2 miles from Enochsburg 6J6 miles from Batesville Ind One 5 room frame house a large barn granery and tool house This land isi rolling a self binder was used onl every part of the land 25 acres of good creek bottom 00 acres now in standing timber 80 acres wheut sown and in good condition This farm will raise good tobacco corn and wheat 4000gand we reserve all standing timber over IS inches on stump 18 inches from ground Farm No3 151 acres lays mile from Hay modd Ind which has a public school Catholic church and Methodist church Four and a half miles from Morris a railroad station A 3 room frame house and good barn and granery This land Is rolling And all has been under cultivation some bottom ground good fences around entire farm 60 acres standing timber This farm will make a good tobacco farm and will raise wheat and corn Our price is 35000 Farm No 4 500 acres 4 miles from Metaniora 0 miles from Brookville county seat of Franklin county This farm is rolling land 250 acres new ground on which timber has been removed three years Three large tobacco barns 3 good frame dwelling houses and other buildings There was two crops of tobacco raised on this farm the past two years quality and quantity was first class If you are interested in this farm write us and we will give you additional information We expect to sell all of the above farms within the next 30 days We will furnish abstract showing clear title and can give possession of any of the above farms Our terms are4 cash balance 10 yearly payments se cured by mortgage with 6 per cent interest Batesville is located on the Chicago Division of the C OC St L railroad 50 miles from Cincinnati 0 and 00 miles from Indianapolis Ind Call on us and we will show you these farms or write us THE HILLENBRAND CO BATESVILLE INDIANA A u J r d F Sure Cure UII would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of Frozen Camp W Va I have found no med icine equal to Cardui I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dul and now I never have the headache any more TakeCARDUI The Womans Tonic The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary Its not safe to trust to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardui for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible the scientific the rightway Try it- Louisville Market Report Louisville Dec 28 1009 Special WheatNo2 Red and Lontfbcrry 8124 125 CornNo2 white jJ1- OatsNo2 mixed Aiy- SLEgts Market quite case count 28 and 20- cPoultryHens 11 and IlMc per Ibi roosters Oc young chickens 12 Me ducks 11 cj turkeys 18c geese 9- cHogsTops850 plts710 781 roughs 790 Sheep and Lambs Best Iambs 5 gOc seconds 5 5c fat sheep 350 400 GameRabbits 150 and 175 per dozen Go West TMr and Mrs J M Herndon and two son = Lewis and Fairleigh and Airs Auna W Herndon will leave Irvingtcn Thursday for Enid Oklahoma their future home Mr Herndon will engage in the real estate business with his brother Mr H W Herndou who has uteEnid for the past year Like One of the Family Wlgwnjr Bjonos says that when he Is at your louse he acts just like one of the filially Ileupecklre Yes he seems to bo just as much afraid of my nmPhUndelphlnI RecordWe WoDuyFURS Hides and Wool Featheri Tallow Beotwax Ginseng lColdeDSealYeUowRootMaApple Wild Ginger etc We dealers etuUiiha in 18S6Ont lull a century in can do Letter for you tlin1uierRleandagents merchants Reference nor Bank in Louiivifie Writ for zany price lisuDd aPPDI Mi Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE K- YCLOVFRPORT R III PLANINGMILL GREGORY CO Prop Cloverport Kentucky Doors Sash Blinds all Kinds Mill Work Good Material and Workmanship Shingles Laths Lime Hair all the bestt brands Roofing See Us Before You Buy If Prices Reasonable e a I 1 zz r ifi Wartsjj m 1 + hVTANTKI Carpenter a good location Is open In a thriving town for a contractor knowshisdress X Y I euro News u u COK SALEII lot on Main Street inlrrlntton size 89xll0 feet for further Information address O W Ilawes Weldon Ky layswoltoverlastInlt partlculariaddress Railway Mall Clerks Wanted The Government Pays Railway Mall Cltrks 800 to 1200 and Other Employees up to 2500 Annually Uncle Sam will hold spring examinations throughout the country for Rail way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Departmental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over 18 in city or country can get Instruc tion and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction Hamlin Building Rochester N Y IP r r 1 IIBIGGEsHSHOWING I- NCHRISTMAS JEWELRYWedeII Severs Drug Co t er aaA A + iaale A HANDY CUPBOARD An Up to Date Way of Making the Kitchen Attractive- It la quite usunl now for people liv ing in a small tint with only one liv lug room to liuve their meals in the kitchen especially hi those ruses where the foreign method is adopted of em ploying a sornmt for ccrttiln hours only who sk epa out The Illustrations show suggestions for making the kitebun stove and dresser as ornamental as Is possible under ithe elreuni stniucs It Is very Important also toI keep all tthe ap paratus used for household clear Ing hidden out o f sight For this purpose Is recoil mended n handy cupboard made onn skeleton prin ciple which can easily be fitted into n recess iIf rote exists at the side of the tire plice You will then require ttv half Inch boards cut to the right measurement Ou of these acts as the top nnd it i screwed to wooden supports which have beau plumed to the wall for se entity and a curtain rod Is Used across tbe front The second board has slots cut in it at Intervals as shown In tbe picture where you can see also tho manner of tilting together the shelf and Its supports Brooms and brushes rest securely In the slots while beneath theta there Is plenty of space for dustpans cloths oil cans etc A denim curtain drawn across the cupboard will conceal nil these ugly but necessary implements from view Hut In the event of there being no suitable recess an extra board for one side is all that would be required the wall serving for the other side and backA coat of paint corresponding to that used for the refit of the woodwork will make the cupboard quite respectable Housekeepers cramped for room will find this cupboard well worth the small amount of trouble expended lu its erection Cb11drv Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIASubscribe n nm n QIt 10 II 101 JIF 01 I 1910 4 II II uJ 0- uJ Heres wishing you happiness o Good luck and cheer r o May fortune smile on you Throughout the New Year Q a O 0- rrnQ J C NOLTE BRO ro CLOVERPORT KY j- Do tol II oo IU CIO II r 1wF L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident CRAB SKItLMAN AsstCaSUlGT t The Old Reliable f BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Businessi great and smallsolicitedl t I 4i w 1r JY rOpassiaeaie8nwr 1 Kentucky School Teachers I I and Normal Trainings and prospective teachers of Breckenridgc and ad are invited to consider the new Normal De IIPresent College Special uptodate normal training is offered here under par ticular favorable environments Normal students have advantages of good musical instruc lions good Literary Societies and the inspiration null stimilus vftnced college associations and in addition will ho al flowed one or moro studies in the collegiate department free of chargeOur second term begins January 1 1510 Much of this PrRctitcalexpect to pass in tho county and state examinations aria to succeed in tho profession of teaching workoJ Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollars per torn = a = PresidentisLoe0 e ia p J W Ju I THE I Fifth Avenue y1 HOTEL r Louisville Kyif PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr j DR He JI BOONE Permanent Dentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky e lalmap +asw STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits sail Trousers In high grade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods kIt guaranteed Mod erate prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CnsperMny CoCanneltonInd tr1 4T J lVii ji4 f c f v- I 4 r Tlio most cohtrully located and only firstclass hotel In the city 1 making t00 rata Only Olin block from tho princi pal shopping district two blocks from theprlaclpaltheatres Street cars pass tlio door to all f jjKvorytlilnjjj 4VA Picture off Father andV Mother How it would delight your childron howit would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Irvington Ky Every Tuesdayt SUBSCRIBCEft Jt 1t iiil C T t iI1 i L r l lPAID IN FULLII Novelized Walters From By Great EugenoII JOHN w HARDING Copyriphl1908by0WDflnnjhunCo j To bo Continued OlIAPTIDJt XXIII I UTUMN chilly and wet had I tutuIthem Mrs Harris and her daughters Mrs Ilnrrls lad requisitioned Tlnisy Smiths services before i isIlO descended front the mountnlns I There was n lot to do on their nr t t rlvnl Would he mind attending to this find that for them and would be meet them Jlmsy duly attended to this and Unit met them In his oid genial way saw them Installed in their Home dined with them ns per Mrs Harris schrdttleand although the winter WAS well advanced hind never been there since except to make aI brief call at Christmas At each of these visits Emma lotI thrilled at sight of him and nt the sound of Ills voice It was with timid ity that oho hind extended her hand to him but neither Iby pressure of hisI t ext pression or Intonation had ho given I indication of remembrance that their secret was known to each other Hu was tho same quiet kindly unchange I able Jlmsy By her alone wns his pro I longed absence understood Mrs Har ris and IJetli finally attributed It to a reluctance to meet continually on an I equal footing his employer Captain Williams who had taken JImsys place i andiusurped prerogatives To Emma the captain was no longer nn object of fear and detestation She I n knew thaJhL affection was purely pa ternal and he knew that she under 1 stood him as no one dead or living ever had or lid She manifested her apprecIatIon of his regard by a confi flense which was to tho old fellow n comfort and huge delight Not that his delight took a demonstrative form I 1That was not In his nature and Emma I astonishedh1 I could she have known what n boon to i him her frank friendliness wasII The fact was that his good Emma had been till first striking ef I fect of a softening process that had r been going on very very slowly fill I t I iiryIiI when he haul been admitted to the I family circle of his late general man jI tiger mid with which all ttncou- seiou1ly j I Emma hnd had a good then to do familyAt I nUll house life But it had boon a emulous anchoring maintained withII distrust and carrying with It no procity In the shape of business or any other favors who hadA fighter gtII iiutllng out of existence without fug ever on the alert to forestall au I esiected treacherous blow his tined had down to his hip pocket so tuIi speed at till slightest movement that t appeared to him to bo tJlI i A3 time wore Oil lJlclollSII trust had vanished and Mrsl Harris call lid daughters hud becojne a tie i ssity to him Hi wits being civilized Ho prrfetTcd KiiniM to the others which is KTiylns Hint Bht was the person he liked ln nt 01 earth but his manner of Bhitwiiig It hud been repellent because inisutulrrstoud IIn the lirst place she had luitod lm for his supposed Injus tlo U her husband whereas mating read liroofc through from the start he dfsplBid him and would not help him oven to stake her lot easier When reawakened distrust imitllng with mi I Illiiigness to believe that his high estimate of her had boon unmerited had caused him to try her out relent lesslyI on till occasion of her I 1l111JeniII fur Ilrooks mono with him I hits mercy in his rooms she had seen that a warm heart full of pure re tard fur her lat beneath his forbid ding exterior From that night she had learned to respect hint and judgo him at its real value Ills actions and Idiosyncrasies received at last their true interpretation- As for Williams the proof that he hal opt been deceived In her fortified his faith niul made him really happy lIe was getting old He hind won bin hard fought lifelong battle with the world and was as rich as he cared to be Jhe devil was disposed to turn monk The yearning for affection not demonstrative but existent which came with the approach of lifes sunset ami which was not to be found elsewhere was gratified there He put on slip pers smoked his pipe had his favorite chair expressed hIs views In his au thoritative way and liked to be con sultedBut he never ceased to be Impressed with the ostentatious proclivities and aristocratic airs of Mrs Ilnrrls and Beth though he laughed indulgently at many of the mothers foibles To him tho two women represented tho beau mondo and were authorities on all that pertained thereto IIe deemed It privilege to place one of his automo hUes at the familys exclusive com wand and it was tho most vehicle money could buy That ho did- not l give It outright was because b t know their circumstances would no enable hem to maintain it Ltt Women as Well as Mon are Made Mlsorablb by Kidney and Bladdor Troublo Kidney preysttlo11 lute mlinl discourages und lessellsul1IlJlUolI j beauty by o11c all vigor aim cheerful ness when the kidneys arc out of order or dis eased Kidney trouble thou for child to be born with weak kidneys If the child urltmtcs too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches nil age when it should l able to control the passage It is yet nth ttcd with bcdwcl ting depend upon It thccausc of the dim culty is kidney trouble nod the first step should be towards the treatment of these tni nortnutorgans This unpleasant trouble Its due to n diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder nnd not to n made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble Swam p Root is soon realized It in sold druggists ill hay cent and dollar Ulnyhaveby mail free also n pamphlet telling i soon disappear hiss prcvnlettthat n afflicted c supposeWomen yThe iLillcludtngmonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Eiiighatnton N Y be sure nud mention thIs paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot nnd the address Binghanilou N Y on every bottle Emma was different from her mother and sister Sho never gave herself airs Ho felt himself nearer to her and the more intimate they grew tho more she became endeared to him She had changed much since she hud left Brooks A spirituality that he had not of course known In her In tho old days had Increased the charm cf her personality but her sensible unaffect ed manner her gentleness were al ways the saute More than once he had surprised n wistful faraway look in her eyes a Heeling expression o melancholy and his solicitude had been aroused Something caused him to re train from questioning her but he did considerable pondering about It What a shame It Is that a girl like Emma Isnt married to some nlco fel low worthy of her he remarked one evening uttering his thoughts aloud There are some things that no man can understand nnd this Is one o- Iemthat f she should be handcuffed to a dirty scalawag like Urool- sCaptnlllejucuinted Mrs Harris raising her hands you mustnt You know It Is understood that the per sons name Is never to be men tionedI ho said but you cant alter facts because being disagreeable you dont want to remember cm Brooks Is n disagreeable fact a darned disagreeable fact and hes Emmas husband Into the bargain As such he aint to be Ignored altogether because lie stands between her and the fair pasture lauds Why captain smiled Emma Im happy enough What more could 1 want than tilt pence I have Are you sure girl he answered slinking his head doubtfully I dont knowII dont know Certainty shes haupv put In Beth And as for getting married again I should think shes bad enough o that to list her all her life Its your turn now Beth observed Emma Mo Oh I shall never marry It doesnt follow because I have been unfortunate that you should be ald Emma It Is easy to conceiveI of perfect happiness with the right husband J Of course I mean I wont marry until the proper man comes along I should never make the mistake o binding myself to such a man usathat beast or even Jlmsy for Instance thought Im not comparing Jlmsy with him In any tray I IWhnts the matter with Smith grunted the captain t Well you would never think of him ns n lover lIes so old and unromnn terrIblyIi detective And he limt rich added her moth er When Beth marries I hope It will be to n gentleman In the position to lkeep her as she ought to be kept 1 wonder why Jlmny doesnt com mound any more said Beth Ho hasnt been hero since Christmas He says ties too busy observed Mrs Harris Captain you must be working him to death Smiths a good matt a corking goodt man replied the captain thoughtfully lies doing more work than any three There aint no necessity that 1 kno of for him to work all night though if thats what hes doing Emma appeared to be absolutely in different to the turn the conversation had taken though In truth she was listening greedily to Williams enco miumsI D you know went on tho captain Ivo often thought that a man like Smith would be just tho right kind ofi n husband for Emma Like Jlmsy Mrs Harris laughed She did not know whether he wasi joking or not but thought ho was This time a sudden flush dyed Em mas cheeks and deepened over her face to tho very ears No one noticed1 captalawas leaning forward with1 hla hands between his knees as he was then his bushy eyebrows bent In oi whentemphasizetof argument Were talking among oqr t aer solves MO It dOlll IllUtUtr ilK It tout go any further Brtppoao Hiiitnn d married him In his heart nil right IB ho on the level 7 Id hunk on hImIititd flu tn inorcn Id Hay of nay oilier innti 1 know In he capable llralny UN they nmititecht IH ho good lookliiK tlu itltil had looking nnd with thin imllo of his ho has most good lookers Ive noun hunt n tulle hulk nays ho aint poetic nnd nil that sort of thing Mayho inayho but what of that Also site says ho aint what youd call educated Thai may he too limit when ho wantM to hu can bring an amount of cold sense to hoar thatll upset most mens logic nnd give n fluff no ehanco I Hell go fur If ho keeps on for nil his show ways amid let mo tell you It nlnt tie iimu who Btaita off at top speed that always wlim tho race What you soy mny bo nil true but these iiinlltloH havent mado Jlmsy1 rich BO far and I doubt If they over will A man rnul have everything hut money no Ive often told my girls makes up for a lot of Hhortcomlngs nod without Hwhat Heres Umma married for seven years HellI rll tell from her husband cant get n divorce unless Its of tho Dakota sort which Id never consent to hasnt got n cent In tho world and couldnt collect a cent of alimony If she had the right to It because tho beasts a pauper No nnd If he were na wealthy ns the grand Turk Id starve to death before Id touch nay money or anything else belonging to him commented Emma Mrs Harris answered the cap tats with deep feeling money while Its n whole lot nlnt everything na Ivo found though Its taken mo sixty five years to do It Its no fault of Emmas that shes pour and 1 toll you that If site wait to marry n man like Smith Id settle 500000 worth of LntlnAincrlcnn line stock on her for a wedding present I would by Sum maainl You would do that naked Mrs Harris overwhelmed with astonish went This minute Wolll It was nil she could find to say ibout the reiteration VIIfllamas was evidently alarmed nt hay ing allowed hits feelings to get the bet ter of his discretion In this way for he lapsed Into gloomy silence and very soon departed nhruptlY CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho7fSignaturo of Louis the Magnifccnt As soon an he rose he was dressed by his valet In a coat of blue cloth Two little epaulets of gold cord were sewed to the cloth Under the coat was n white waistcoat which was nl mot entirely hidden by the ribbons and wide sashes of his orders Ills satin breeches ended In a pair of high boots or gaiters of red velvet which canto above the UHCCH and were more supple than leather for the thickness of leather on up tthat were often painful from gout would have created too much friction lie made a great point of these hoots lie Ithought that they made him look like a general uponfI a though was n phyHlnil Impossibility to him since he was much too tat nud too intlrm He used powder with n view to hiding the white locks of age nnd this gave his complexion an appearance of youth From The Hiturn of Louis XVIII by Gilbert Stenger Alone In Saw Mill At Midnight stormfs or cold W J Atkins worked as Night Watchman ut Burner Springs lone Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At lust he hud to give up work Me tried many remedies but nil failed till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writesI went buck to work ns well as over Severe Colds stubbornI Coughs inflamed throat and sore lungs HemorrhAges Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt cure front this glorious medeclne flOc nnd 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Tho Use of Wide Tires As to the desirability of the use of t questthou most observation will suffice to convince any one of the dam wagonwequipped with the ordinary sharp rounded narrow tires will produce on any road There Is also another and perhaps cvcai greater advantage to bo gained by the use of wide tires name Ily the Increased hauling capacity at tamed Woman loves a clear rosy complexion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood cheats the skin restores ruddy sound health Farm Posted I have posted my farm agiiist hunters Jas Tinuis NOTICE When sending a news item i fo this of flee please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and Hems of interest Editor t The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company ttA1= =JJ F mCA ltD President M 11 m10 AHD Cashier PAUL COM PTON Assistant Cashier Capital 50000 Surplus anJ divided Profit 1100000 = per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent Is as much u the best bunks In this state pity und us as any managed bank cull afford to pay r WI U o r r rt rJ I RURAL TELEPHONES =y fflilaangorof are you interested If so call on tho tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph W und have him explain the spouhtltFiti k- j mar Lino rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated i j lIJ FJt FPeF Jo THE AMERICAN WOMAN Her Position Here and Its Influence In the Old World Thorn Is no doubt tint the most In teresting thing tit the iKuropeun who lands on the northern shores of tit new world isl tit Auierlcnn woman thai happy victorious heroine of moth ern fcmhilnlsm who hits discovered how to uxlrart from tit new condition of woman all tit with al most none of tho Inconveniences that being who huts known how to assume I the masculinity In till that regards In dependence II lid liberty of action nIl I remain feminine In grace charm and altruism IUnit American beauty that American genius whose wonders are seen and felt III all the American and European revlewM ivhose writers de clare lien to be engaged almost en tinny In severe study hi muscuMm work sport and siiollur occupations Europe moreover li right The American wnimm la out only one of the most liiti roxtlnr phenomena North AcMtlii lint IK nlHo the phe nomenon of tit in world that might have the sieatcst mid gravest effect on the old Mlniklug on their founda thins the essentialI principles of our fe male Instruction timid training overthrowing ithe society of tho old continent or contlnei n which rest to a greater extent titan is realized on the antique functions woman In the family nnd In society Ulnn Lombroso Ferrero In Putnams Magazine Stung For 15 Years by Indigestions pnngs trying many doctors and 20000 worth medicine vain 13 V Ayscue of Inglesidu N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills Hud writes they whoolcy cured him They cure Cucstipatiou Bilious ness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c nt Severs Drug Store Escape- dMotlicrWhcru Is Mr Asher 1 thought you wore going to play some Ithing for him- DuughterAh tho wretch As I wns putting the children timid tho dog out of tilt room he slipped out with them Kliegeiule Hhu leI Donns Regulots cure constipation tone tho stomach HtimuIUe the liver promote digestion nnt appetite amid easy passage tho bowels Ask your druggest for them 26 cents n box I Subscribe Right Now i Un s = = = Pays much i I j s it advantages w Rich tons GIfts Arc Poor I besides this I want to go on record MtyitiK that I regard Electric Bitters RSI one of the greatest gifts Hint God mado to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhlne vnult of Vestal Center N Y T cnn never forget wlml it has done for me This glorious medvclne gives a woman buoyant spirits vigor body and jubi lant health It quickly cures Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Headache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells noon builds up tho weak nilinKI nud sickly Try thorn 50C at Severs Drug tore Icebergs Apparently Ice IH Ice of course but strangely enough thure Is n marked difference In IL f i ft water and salt water In ueueral frewtw nt a lower temperature than pure water III ding which n part of the unit separates and the Ice when molted gives writer that Is fresher than the original tumid alone this mutt me line thiro exists n marked difference In form between the loo bergs of thet two hemispheres Arctic bergs lire of Irregular shape with lofty pinnacles cloud cupped towers and gllttcrliur domiH whereas Ithose of tthe southern waters are lint topped amid solid looking The former roach time son by nnrrnv lords while the latter tire more irgulnr In forimitloii ronrh IIIR Ithe open wu by tthe wny of wide pasmitfewnyK nnd hot subject to lle grinding and breaking pffortB of ttheir northern rclntlve Ilttsburg Press There nothing so good for a sore thront as Dr Thomas Hcloclrie Oil Cures it III a low hours Believes any pain in any part More Important Than Eyes The pretty young teacher was strug gling to impart spoiling book lore to n small Italian boy Chief 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