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O aw Id- cY n a Itta a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1910 8 Pales NO 26 LOVELY WOMAN DIES AT IRVINGTON riMrs Fliza Jolly A Victim of Heart TroubleFuneral Held Yesterday At Hardjns burg LEAVES FOUR CHILDREN k Mrs Eliza Jolly died very suddenly of heart failure at the home orber daughter Mrs Walter J Piggott of Irvington The funeral was held yesterday at Hardinsburg Mrs Jolly was one of the best known women of Breckenridge ounty She was a devoted member of the Methodist church and a greatly loved character Besides Mrs Piggott she leaves two other daughters Mrs Nannie Wathen or Louisville and Mrs Rube Miller of Indianapolis and one son Everetts Jolly Delightful Reception Mrs Jemes Skillman received the members of the Girls club and their escorts Saturday night for the pleasure of her son Wm White and Virgil Fontaine Those who assisted in receiving were Mrs Fontaine Mrs Heyser Mrs Hardiu Miss Florie Har din and Virginia McGavock Among the men guests were Messrs M Deu ton Lafe Behen Frank Plank David Phelps Harry Newsom Allen Pierce J D Babbage E 0 McDonald Dr Ray Boone Dr H Boone and Oscar Dickey Wonderful Edition The Louisville Times twentyfifth anniversaryedition was a marvelous q 9 newspaper It was big and great One hundred and eight pages filled with live interesting matter The demand for it could not be supplied Holt Place Sold The Holt farm has been sold to a Mr Stillwell of Illinois The price was 24000 Mr Gibson will remain on tho place for two years A New Deputy Sheriff Sam Bassett of Union Star was sworn in as deputy sheriff of the Union Star district last Monday in place of Mr Dowell who was elected as one of the deputies Mr Dowells health would not permit his serving Operation Successful Dr R W Meador Custer went to Louisville last week with W J Jor dan who lost an eye about two weeks ago Mr Jordan was nailing a hoop in lining out a hogshead of tobacco Mr Jordan had his eye removed and a new one put In 1 Critically 111 There is much apprehension over the condltlon of Mrs Joe T Matting 4y and friends are greatly distressed over her critical illness t MEET NEXT SATURDAY SURE Tobacco Growers And Dealers Have MisunderstandingSaleDeclared TROUBLE IN GRADING Hardinsburg Jan 4Speclal The tobacco sale that was made here L recently to a Louisville party was declared off today on account of a gradersrWoand receive the tobacco The farmers wanted in case the graders could not a agree to call in a third man The buyer Would not agree to this and the sale was knocked in the head Itis requested now that all persons rwho have tobacco to sel1jmeet at Hardinsburg next Saturday to see Iw arrangements can emadefor + liedie t1 t- nI t- y n 4 I Work of The Chicago Com mercial Club From Charles W Eliots A study of tho New Plan of Chicago1 In the January Century For three years the Commercial club of Chicago has been spending much time and money on the preparation of a comprehensive plan for the improve mcut of Chicago as a center of industry and traffic and as a wholesome and enjoyable place of residence for 2000000 of people or indeed for four or live millions It in a work which de manded intelligence public spirit aud foresight nil in a high degree for it deals with the physical and moral conditions necessary to the future success of a great American city which has a central position great natural facilities for steam and electric transportation and ample opportunities for the arti ficial development of the means of a productive and enjoyable life for millions of people Mrs Skillman Remembered The members of the Ladies Aid Society presented Mrs Chas B Skill man with a lovely remembrance Satur day before she left for her new home at Morganfield Mr and Mrs Skillman and daughter Miss Elizabeth went Sun day Their home will be occupied by Mr and Mrs David Phelps LAFE BEHEN Made Foreman At Machine Shops In This CityDeserving Young Man Has Happy Year Lafe Behen of this city and a most capable machinest in railroad work was made foreman at the L H St L shops at this city New Years Day He succeeds Mr Jas Cordrey who re signed recently Mr Behen has been busy receiving congratulations Miss Elizabeth Babbage Mrs H It Stader was hostess to a most interesting New Year party Friday ufght in honor of Miss Elizabeth Bab bage of Louisville BEWLEYVILLE Miss Ada Stith went to Louisville to meet Santa Claus and at this writing has not been heard from Alberta and Wathen Drury were at the weekend houseparty at the home of Miss Essie Kendall of Webster Mrs W W Keith entertained to a sumptuous dinner a few of the young people December 20th in honor of her son Rays 30th anniversary Ray re turned to Los Angeles Cal after a GO days stay with the home folks James P Drury of Brandenburg and C D Frakes of Irvington spent several days during Qhristmas with 0 H Drury Bob and Eugene Jordan returned to Los Angeles Cal Christmas Read Newsom Gardners great clearance sale ad in this issue ExSheriff Miller is making his last I call for taxes before advertising Better see him and settle and save cost Sam Gross left on Christmas day for Weston Texaswhere he will spend the winter with his brother Jesse W A Stith and family of Guston and Mrs Carra D Frakes of Irving ton spent Sunday with relatives at Bewleyville Miss Minnie Stith of Chicago came home Sunday for a short stay with re toWashingtonMiss Esther Albright of Lakeland JAlbrIghtBen Clarkson of Big Spring was hero Sunday- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patgntflour Murray Relatives Meet In Louisville New Years day at the home of Mr Logan C Murray in Louisvillea dinner party was given to the following rela tives Mr and Mrs David Fairleigh Mrs Jennie Miner Mran4 Yrs George Wolf Mr and Mrs David Mur ray Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs M Hi Beard and Mrs A R Fisher Iro t Ii r f ie BRECKENRIDGE BANK HAS NEW BOARD Of Directors O T Ski lman Succeeds Chas B Skillman as Assistant CashierMr vJarboe BookKeeper CUSTOMERS WELL PLEASED Thursday the semiannual meeting of the Board of Directors of the Brecken ridge Bank was held and a new board was elected as follows A B Skillman W H Bowmer Conrad Simons John 0 jiirboe F L Lightfoot A R Fisher and 0 T Skillman Chas B Skillman who for many years was assistant cashier of this bank left Sunday for Morgaufield accept R almlliar position with the Peoples Bank and Trust Company Orville TI Skillman twenty years associated with the bank as hookkeeper and perfecely fauiilar with all its operations was elected his successor J helix Jarboe is employed ns bookkeeper The Breckenridge Bank which was named for the county and established in 1872 has thirty eight years of Louis ville dealing to its credit and has passed through three panics with out refusIng payment on a single legitimate claim to its full amount At the Directors meeting the usual semiannual dividend of tl per cent was declared The many customers of the bank are perfectly pleased with the new changes not withstanding they regretted the leave of Mr Chas Skillman WELL DESERVED The Praise That Comes From i Thankful Cloverport People One kidney remedy never fails Cloverport people rely upon It That remedy is Doans Kidney Pills Cloverport testimony proves it always reliableJ Weatherholt High St Clover port Ky says Two years ago I did not think it possible that I could ever be well again in fact I had settled up my affairs I cannot describe the misery I endured from pains through my back and whenever I stooped they became so sharp that it really felt as if someone were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots floated before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton The doctors medicines or the many guaranteed cures that I tried did npt help me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doans Kidney Pills I immediately procured box at Fishers drug store and I was greatly surprised at the results received Before I had taken tho contents of the second box there was a marked improvement and I continued using them until completely cured I am now as well as any man in this county and I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other FINE CONCERT Given By The Colored Folks For The Benefit Of ChurchEl evating Entertainment What is much better than drinking and gambling are the highclass en tertainments given by the colored people and they should be encouraged in their efforts The concert given by Annie Roberts New Years night was a decided suc cess Those who took part in the play Christmas Bells were Annie Roberts Mary Brown Susie Roberts Elnora Dent Carrie Crittenden Lucy Walker Marie Adams Franlt Roberts C L Singletou Shelby Hardin Ell Brown John Hardin and Alex France Each one rendered their part nicely John Hardin Ell Brown Shelby Har SingletonbroughtThe Bank Robbery The net proceeds at the door were 10 for the benefit of the church Joe Bradford and his wife say it was therbest show they have ever seen u i NEWS FROMHARDINSBURG Educational And Social Notes Personal And News Items Lodge Has Big Meet ing Next Week MRS MARGARET BOARD DEAD If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BUST patent flour Dr Mather visited at D C Moorv mans at Glendeano last wetik Clifton Howard of McDaniels was In town Saturday leaving that sighti for Arkansas where he will visit a brother for a tow days before going to Southern California in quest of healthWillie Hall the now jailer has two prisoners Staples of Irvington and Robinson of Glendeane Both colored Miss Mildred Moormanof Glendeane entered tho county High School Mon day Earl Harned and Stanley Gray of Custer entered school here Monday Dwight Willett son of Rev J J Willett made a pleasing address to tho school Monday before leaving to re sume his studies in college Breckenridge Lodge No 67 F fc A M will meet in call communication Monday night January 10 to do third degree work when Jno W Cowles Grand Master of the State and Robert- E Woods Jeff Adams Superintendent of the Home J H Dammerman Past Master of Louisville Lodge Albert P Gans Past Master of Louisville Lodge Charles H Boden and other prominent Masons of Louisville will be present and all stations will be filled by Past Mas tenvof Louisville Lodge No 400 All jrethern of sister lodges are cordially invited to be present Jesse Whit worth Master Andrew Driskell Sect Mrs Margaret Board after several years of failing health died Saturday night at the home of her sister Mrs Richard Shellman with whom she had made her home for some time She was the daughter of Col Charles Ham bleton who for years was proprietor of the Brick Hotel in Hardinsburg Born in 183G she was beautiful and popular n belle of the antebellum days a great favorite whose modest manner and kindly heart won and held all whom she met She was four times married and was widowed several years before her death Her husbands were Logan Basham Marcus Pool Ben Hardin and Elijah Board Her remains were laid to rest in the old Hardinsburg ceme tery at 10 oclock Monday morning Dr Arthur Mather conducting the funeral exercises The new officers have taken charge of their offices and for four years the ccuntys affairs with the exception of the Circuit Court Clerks work will be administered by the Republicans Levi Voyles our new town Marshal is uniformed like a policeman and is here to make good and preserve order among the people Pay your taxes now and save costs If you owe your taxes you had better pay now and save costs Exsheriff Miller says It Is his last call before ad vertising Chintz Royalty of Leltchfield was here last week W H Carman of Bonnieville was here Friday Floyd and H C Lewis of New Al bany were guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Lewis Sunday Miss Minnie Reading of Evansville was the guest of Miss Tida Mercer last weekMiss Clara Lee Snyder who has been visiting relatives in St Louis Chicago and Paducah since August has return ed homeDwight Willett of Berea College left Monday after a week with his parents Rev and Mrs J J Willett Mrs Blanche Read was in Louisville SaturdayMiss II Beard returned to Louis ville Friday after spending the holidays with her grandparents Mr and Mrs G W BeardtI Mrs E E Sutton of Crescent Hill was the guest of Mrs J H Gardner astweek Mrs Ed Wright of Louisville was I the guest of Judge N McMercer last weekMiss Maxwell has returned to he home in Louisville after having visits d Mrs MHBeard- Roy E Moorman left Wednesday to 1 r n i c jt- lii iri tl J Von Bulow of Gentle Nature From Modjeskus Memoirs In the January CeiUuiy When first Von Bulow was Introduced- to me I almost avoided him on account of tine many stories of his irascibility- his erratic dispositio his offhand treat ment of the public his brutality toward musicians and ninny other crimes of this sort On closer acquaintance with the great pianist experienced some astonishment to find him a man of strong mind yet gentle nature enthusiastic artistic to the fingertips aud wellbred though of an exceedingly nervous temperament Irascible he might have been at times but I am sure that the m ments of uugovernnblo anger were always provoked by peoples stupidity or by some unpardonable mistake in musical execution For A Good Time b6 Join the Epworth League Honestly on the Cloverport boys and girls never had a better time any place or in a more refined way than they had in the Method ist church parlors Friday night Fourteen courses were served to forty guests The League is open to all the young people of the city and is anxious for more members Besides having pleasure themselves they did quite a little work of charity during the holidays LITTLE NEMO to a 1The Most Extraordinary Theatrical Attraction of the Year In Louisville Begining Monday January 10ia The most extraordinary attraction of the year Klaw Erlangers great musical comedy Little Nemo will be seen in LouUvillent Mncauleya Theatre 1 begin ing Monday night Jan 10th the engagement being limited to one week with matinees Wednesday aud Saturday This big production was the sensation of the year last season In New York Boston and Philadelphia Little Nemo is in three acts and twelve scenes and it is the biggest musical comedy that has ever been pre sented in the world It takes over 200 performers to play it No one should miss seeing this won derful production which eclipses nil otlfers and cost more than 100000 to stage Miss Burns Tea Miss Lucetta Rich was the compli mented guest of a most attractive tea igiven by Miss Jeanette Burn Saturday afternoon visit friends nt Knoxville arid at Winchester Tennessee before resuming his studies at Center College Danville Prof Martins Normal is advertised to open here February 7th Dr WA Walker spent last week in J LouisvilleHon Brown left for Frankfort Sunday to be present at tho opening of j the legislature He was accompanied by his son Murray who was elected to a Pageship in the Kentucky State Sen ate of which Mr Brown is amember SCHOOL NOTES Clifton Howard the veteran teacher of McDaniels neighborhood has resigned his position at Beech to seek the healthful climate of California Lonnle F Carwile will complete his school Miss Judith Walls has resigned as teacher at Little Union A BCart of Union Star has re signed as teacher at that place There are several more months to be taught The teacher at Cave Spring resigned It is reported that Guthrie Tucker willl teach the remaining part of the term ROSETTA Miss Olaycombof Irvington Is visiting her brother James Olaycomb this week Barrel Priest has bought property and mo- ed to Rosetta J W Willis Spent Sunday with s P Drury Howard Drury and Charles Lockard went to Loufsvlllo Sunday Mr and Mrs Floyd Trlplett are visiting her parents Mr and Mm Wm King Warron Alexander of the arm of Kasoy Alexander has sold his dwelling and moved to his farm daughtodI Subscribe Right Now t DID MAMMOTH BUSINESS IN 1909 The Bank Of Ilardinsburg And Trust Company Has Great est Year Of Its History Perfect Manage meet- STATEMENT IS PUBLISHED The statement of The Bank of Hard insburg and Trust Company appears In this issue of the News it is the biggest ever published by this firm Last year was the largest and most profitable in the banks history Tha net earnings for the last six months were 10 per cent which would at the rate of 20 per cent per annum ton the present capital or 40 per cent the original capital The Bank of Hardiusburg and Trust r Company is one of the most reliable banking institutions in Kentucky Its management is the most careful and has won the confidence of the leading financiers of the state i Reckless Management According to a statement published F shortly after the Republicans succeeded power there were over a million and quarter of dollars in the treasury That party has had charge of affairs just two years now and a statement just issued shows that there are but 330 83737 iu the treasury some of whick cannot be touched with 93813188 of outstanding warrants to he paid lear ing a net deficit of 6012 861 This is most discreditable slowing We do not inquire Who got the money as has been inquired here for several years because we do not think that any of it has been stolen We simply call attention to the fact iu order to show that the Republicans are incapable of giving the State an economical manage ment of its fiscal affairs and the neces sity of H return to Democratic principles Lexington Gazette Prof Pile Ill Word was received hero yesterday that Prof Joel Pile is suffering from an t attack of grip And Is confined to his home in Hardinsburg Mrs Pile is carrying on his work at the school i without interruption however it is hoped his condition is not serious For Louisville Visitor Mrs Allen Kingsbury entertained New Years evening In honor of Miss Marguerite Melone of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs John Ridge Among those present were Misses Lessie and Susie Newton Brook Hall Mayme Gardner Ola Fallon Hazel Holder Miss Melone Misses Beatrice McCracken and Elsie Gregory Messrs Wallace Mattingly James Burke Ken Ferry Warfield Collins Jas Lawson Otto Fallon Mike Tucker Mrs Collins Mr and Mrs Ridge and son Vernon Gault Calendars Received The Breckenridge News has had the pleasure of receiving excellent and attractive calendars from The Louisville Herald Chatfield Woods Lewisport Milling Company Irviugton Mill Company Swift Company School Printing Company White Wyckoff Mfg Co jones Paper Company and Dick Owen Owensboro NEW COUNCIL Sworn In Monday NightThos Tousey Reelected Clerk Chas May Tax Collector The old city council wound up lie thevnew council was sworn in James Lewis Chas Hook L T Reed Ed Whitehead Henry Yeager and Henry Solbrig make up the new boardctHenry Solbrig was elected to fill the place of Chas B Skillman clerkFiletax collector and M Weatherholt treasure 0 J A Barry was sworn in as Mayor and presided over the new boarda 1 r T TF11 4 IfttIElectricBitters Succeed Wiien everything else falls e In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ore the supreme remedy ns thousands have testified FORKIDNEYJIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter IDt DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport K- yCLOVURPORT PLANIN61i11i j1 MILL GREGORY CO Prop Cloverport Kentucky Doors Sash IBIinds all Kinds Mill Work Good Material and Workmanship Shingles Laths Liiiiej Hair all the best brands Roofing See Us Before You H Buyss I Prices Reasonable s O FOR SALE I A numberof Farms dif ferent Sizes and Prices Sit i The Bank of Hardlnsbiire I Trust Co js 1 J- Orr I ar r I v H DeN HOORMAN Attorney at Law tIAIDNSI3UI IKs Will pfiltB lit HMfiwIon i nit f HIH C iim nf llre kfnrl t tinl a iJuHHu nuun t tr S oclii attH irrvi 4 Y11 41 ilI IUtI H oil mm iiiil IrmUii ura tltio I i t j urattliM inll n l It t 4 n i 0 au OfllW ver It ink nl IIII irliiHiir r I P 0 1 STYLISH COMPORTABLl Tailor Made Clothes All tha lite t puterns lor Suit nn I 1Fl ft in hign 11 fn rics Ci jihes MMdc by m darn me holsl Fit ifimrante I 10- 1et ncH gJetI t taior tin ployedSt 3J J tl MUNSCME C uperMiv itOo Ct i itonlnr LL It IWoBuy and Feather Tallow beeswax Chxenr Golden Se lYellowRoot May Apple L I Wild Ginger etc We are dealers cttiLfiihed in 1856Ovu Liicciituryin WmlleaadUII do better for DIILa agents or cocnmiMoa merchant Reference any Bank in LouinriDe Write tot weeUy ugspIonsJLOUISVILLE Kr I Wanted Them Labeled There YflM ii ivrialiit master of fox bounds In ont of UK Ungllsu shirts who was grimily augured by the awU vnrdness of one of till gentlemen who Invariably rode over the hounds At one of the moots the M1 F II rode up to the awkward hunter and in the most chilling tones said Mr Soandso there are two dogs in tho pack toduy Snap and Tnttcrs which I am espe dolly fond of and I would esteem It a favor It you would avoid killing or maiming them with your horses t hoofs Certainly my dear fellow I replied Mr Soandso but ns I do not know them will you bo kind enough to put tags on them for mo SUBGRADEMAKINGITreatment Factor In Road Building KIND OF MATERIAL TO USE Nothing but the Best Obtainable Says Highway Commissioner Sur facing Is Also a Prominent Feature That Demands Strict Attention A well built roads chief characteris tic is not unlike n well constructed house at least in one respect Both will have n similaritynamely a tight root and n dry cellar Such n road must have the ability to sustain and hold up luto position it should occupy the wearing surface of the road whether it be two inches or two feet in depth Any yielding ot the subgrade will be fatal to the road The whole question of dust laying and rond pre servative requirements of the hour is simply relegated to a secondary post thou when compared with this very im portant feature of the construction and the remarkable aspect of this im portant part of road building is that it is not so much tho expense for the JETTING THE UllADi HEADY roll STONE jrom Good Roads Magazine Now York slum principle can be adopted In the smple turuplklng of a road as that vhldi will have to be employed in the r lost expensive construction that we tire called upon to build today The first principle to follow In every ase Is to properly drain tthe section of load to be Improved after which you IMien take up the question of subgrade jr foundation upon which to build your road I have found the best ma lena I with which to construct a sub grudu Is sand or gravel IDisintegrated rockI with mi admixture of light loam makes a capital subgrade Sprinkling the sand before rolling rsiug a light rollerI before using the steam roller or lightening the roller by relieving the holler of onehalf Its water apaclty Is a great assistance III llrmliig the rond as till sand will not then creep before the roller thus mak lag ithe subgrade linnI A littleI Sub soil placed Oil Ilop of tthe snail Is a very good pniiMlci This will prevent the IiiiiiurlniI I fromI being pushed it lien ti of the roller and It will make a good uuHtnlument for the stone 01 gravel IIf something Is not done to uiiike a hUlIt linnill lby contractors with Ithe result Ithat I hey do not gain anything for the contractor has to pay In tthe end an In tnusitl expense owing to tin fact that Iilnit will he a greater shrinkage in the Htuiie The wisest contractor Is the man who wll spend more time with his ID cents mi hourI help In forming the subgrade mid thereby require less stone or gray el1111111 other IncidentalI expenses This is often the reason why the tonnage of stout per mill liaR been largely ex ceeded over the original estimate of till contractor This Is very easily demonstrated by taking the cost of the Ktoiie per ton with freight tile haul from the cars till tlmo consumed In applying the stone on the rond to say nothing about the expense of watering and rolling required to get the road Into a perfect bond firm and unyield ing But you will ask naturally Is not the ro better by reason of the fact that ore stone has been used Not nt nil This would bo true if a uni form depth of stone were on tho rondo But It is an Intermittent depth In come places there tuny be four Inches of stone while In other places there mny be eight Inches The Influence of tilt roller Is not uniform where tho subgrade Is not BiUIlclently hard and tlrm Wherever there is an intermit tent depth of stone the road will develop a weakness because the pressure of the roller on the rond hns not been uniformYou have a good well built substantial foundation as woll ns a good surfacea roof to your rood I do not and never have believed that the surface of the road can over be conic an accomplished fact until this all Important and necessary adjunct to a good road the foundntlon Is taken care of Antedating the surface must come directness to your road then the re duction of these grades to a minimum then the question of drainage Of these tho most important Is under and surface drainage after which comes tho question of surfacing tho least im portant of all things connected with road building You want directness to your road to shorten tap distance and I i1 i1a p Nervous eel was very nervous Mirscrofpalpitation of the heart andirregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot ties of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but I am lots better since taking Cardui E54 Take r CAROUI The Womans Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Cardul1hadserious female trouble by Cardui so she knew what Cardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will euro you too Wont you try it Please do minimize the danger and to carry the surface water to Its nearest and best exit point It Is not enough to get the water off and out from the road but it must be got away from the rond When we have done this we can commence to properly construct the sub grade antI not before As a general proposition in accom pushing a well built subgr tIe It Is al ways well to remove all loam roots and vegetable matter from the pro posed travel part of the road also anyI roadway that will be liable to heave or settle and till all such places with clean sand or gravel Where It Is necessary to fill to bring the subgrade up to theheight required I have found in lilY practice where tho filling exceeds Oslo foot in depth that the filling should be deposited in courses not to exceed twelve Inches in depth loose measurement and require that each course shall be extended across the entire fill and completed be fore commeiirlng another course no matter If tile till be two or twenty feet And this method should be fol lowed with each succeeding course un til the established grade Is reached The constant traveling over each of the courses by the tarns employed in handling the materialI willI remove the possibility of ever having a cracked till or one that will slide after the road has beets constructed This Is a very Important matter I find and 1 have used It In my work in my own state I also find that III the cuts It Is well not to plow down below that point that IK to be till finished grade of the guligrado hut to keep It a sufllclent height above that so that when till roller Is placed on Ithe work It will make a good solid foundation and you will not have to resort to filling in the cut to bring the subgrnde up to the grade desired These two principles of rut and till will be found to work to great advantage in tile proper con stiurtlon of a road The shape 01 contour of the sub grade has been somewhat a matter of controversy sonic engineers holding to the level line foundation nnd putting on nn extra depth of stone or material In tile center to make the contour or shod from the center line of the road to till bonus pr shoulders while other engineers have given the subgrade or foundation upon which the wearing material Is to be placed tile same con tour as the finished road I have used this latter method III my own work In my state by reason of the fact I be lieve It makes n better foundation null thin t the uniform depth of stone nt tthe shoulders will assist In holding the crown of the road In shape and fur nish a sustalnment at the shoulder line better than to have u less depth of stolle at tIlt shoulders and a greater depth at the center of the road It also assists In case of a breaking up of tho road or a fracture or other devel opments In draining to tile side or shoulder of tile road The forming of the shoulders Is a very Important matter They are real Ily tile support of the road It has always been my practice when making a shoulder In the fills to lay out my road and put the newly added material ten or twelve inches Into the new travel path tamping It down firmly anti then cutting back to the line thereby mak ing a good firm shoulder to work to and to hold In plarn the stone or gravel in the travel path of the road It is a dlfllcult matter to treat this question as Intelligently through the medium of the written word as It would bo with charts but If these principles are followed In building the subgrade IIgooll foundation upon Which to put the wearing surface will result James II MacDonald State Highway Commissioner of Connecti cut in Good Hands Magazine New York CblldrD CIJI FOR FLETCHERS CASTO R I A II tJI L COOKING THE TURKEY How lo Do It Successfully and In Mans Different Styles Sometimes a family has several turkeys sent us presents at Yuletide and It Is monotonous to have tbuiu tiJl coolwd alike In the way usually adopt edthl roasted form To help the uousuwlfeln her cookery selection tb following recipes for disposing of the fowl are given Turkey Rousted Turkish Style Pre pare the turkey for tin shilling Wash a cupful of rice through several wa tom parboil and drain It add a dozen largo chestnuts peeled mid chopped half n cupful of washed and dried cute rants two ounces of blanched pis tachio nuts chopped flue Season to taste with suit and pepper and add a pinch of via mi num 1ut four ounces of butter in It miuuepan and melt slowly I then pour over the stalling and toss until tile butter Is well mixed through Put this mixture Into the turkey and finish in usual way Serve a clear brown gravy with It when done Turkey Stuffed With OystorsPre pare ns for rousting and make stulUnc ns follows Take a quart of bread crumbs and dame quantity of crushed oyster crackers Add the liquor from five dozen small oysters two well beat en eggs mid half a cupful of warmed butter mid a few tablespoonfuls of eyeful Mix In the oysters and salt anti pepper to taste Fill the turkey Iloosely us the crumbs and crackers will swell when they absorb the Juices of the bird Roast the same as turkey with new chestnut dressing Itonst Turkey a la Allemande Singe and draw a young turkey wipe Inside with damp cloth aud dust with little salt and pepper Make stuffing as follows Soak a small stale loaf of breed In cold water until It Is soft then wrap in a towel and squeeze out the water Put mi ounce of butter in a saucepan and when hot add our ta blespoonfuls of finely minced onion and cook live minutes without brown lug then add the crumbs and stir and cool five minutes Turn the bread out to cool then mix with a pound of finely chopped fresh pork tenderloin Season with a level tablespoonful of salt a level teaspoonful of pepper n grating of uutmegs and a tenspoouful of thyme Add the yolks of two beat en eggs nUll when well mixed together 1111 till turkey as directed Stewed Turkey With Noodles Singe draw and truss the bird turn tug 1 In the legs lit some clear bacon fat In a large stowpau When hot put In tile turkey cover the bread with thin slices of bncon tying them on and cook tile bird n nice brown turn lug frequently Then pour enough broth Into the pan to tilt It three fourths full add two small onions n bunch of sweet herbs a piece of eel ery four or five cloves and eight pep percorns Let the broth boll for ten minutes then move the pun over n moderate lire Boll enough noodles for a garnish Vhcn tender drain blanch add butter mid Parmesan cheese grated Arrange around the edge of the dish with turkey In center Make a sauce with Ilito strained liquor from the pan aud thicken It with a good tomato puree Sweet Potato 8tu11I1I1bls stutllng Is liked Iby many and often substituted for chestnuts To a quart of potato pulp Vubbed through a sieve IIlIdll cupful of breadcrumbs two large tn blospuoiifuls of molted butter a beaten egg salt 111111 pepper to taste and n little mixed poultry seasoning or a table spoonful of inluced parsley and a tea spoonful of onion juice Put this through a vegetable press mid till the turkey being careful not to pack it down Saved At Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit Bridge New York whIcH his life was wonderfully saved I was in a dreadful condition he writes my skin WAS almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors Titan that matchles- sniediclneIioctrIc BItterscured met regained the 40 pounds lost anti now aut well and strong For all stomach liver IInl kidney troubles theyre supreme sOc at Severs Drug Co SUBMARINE RIVERS Cold Water Currents Flowing Along the Deep Sen Bottom The bottom currents of sons and oceans such as thoso which possibly bring amber to our shores are strangely disposed The seigneur of Sark some fifty years ago was shipwrecked In his yacht near the Island of Guernsey Ho lost among other things a well fns tened strongly mode chest containing sliver plate It was found a yenr later In deep water off the coast of Norway and restored to him In the rcnljy deep sea over a thousand fathoms down there are well marked broad currents which may he described ns rivers of very cold water only 4 degrees or so above freezing point They how along the deep sea bottom and are sharply marked off from the warmer waters above and to the side Their Inhabitants are differ ent from those of tho warmer water They are due to the melting of the polar ice the cold water so formed sinking at once owing to Its greater density below the warmer water of the surface currents These deep currents originate In both tho arctic and antarctic regions Sir Bay Lankester In London Telegraph III 1 I t I Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to ftov 15 1009 147 I 145 Daily Dally orrP UI o 33 939ii 9 54 9 07 10 01 10 03 10 OU 10 13 10 19 10 25 1031 1037 10 43 11 40 10 50 11 02 11 05 11 11 i 11 14 11 10 26f629oa86z1 51fO6 40 12 03 f6 45 12 08 6 53 12 14 17 03 12 23 7 06 12 27 7 13 12 35 40f7 51fz40 59fZ46 753 108 758 110 800 115 30AM 1 48 1 55 740AM f 5- Dally m 01 58 7 08 7 17 7 24 f 7 a a f 7 38 7 7 57 8 08 f 8 25 f 8 28 f 83 31 f 8 as iiaf 844 8 47 f 8 5 l I 1 t 9 22 f 9 29 9 45 p1II 143 Dally 4 40 1 lit f4 53 500 1509fo f5 17 5 21 IS 23 15 31 C A 7 15 43 5 52 5 59 0S 08 6 151 JUSffOI f6 39 f6 40 t6 O- o 5- 8fl02 fz 04 7 15 7 18 ll 28 737Il 45fz 7 O- fa 05 S 14 18 24 8 27 835 f8 49 fa s3 f857f903 fU 10 to 16 9 18 19 24 IJ 42 10 05 10 15 141 Daily 840 A11 8 59 1909 Iii 14 I 17 J 21 10 23 fI 30- f934 Ill 40 9 4J- f956 ftlO 03 10 18 MO 19 110 27 1033 110 37 1044 flU 48 f 10 50 11 00 11 03 11111l1 11 25 11 2U ill 37 11 42 Ill 49 11 59 12 02 12 10 P M 12 15 12 21 112 24 12 27 12 33 12 Us 1243 12 45 12 50 I 05 i 28 1 30 7 sO- P N on uo No at Dally 3 Ex Sunday 11 10 a 111 fll 20- 11L35 Ill 45 11 49 11 55 a m 12 01 p m f2 08 f2 14 12 85 12 33 f2 87 f2 42- fl247 f12 sU f2 56 f 1 00 f 1 00 f 1 23 f 1 SI f 1 38 1 55 p m STATIONS Lv Louisville Ar Strawberry Blshoff Medora Stiles Kathryn West Point Bartles Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekron Quston Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Mystlc Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Sklllman Hawesville Petrle Adclr Lewlsport Waltman Maceo Pates Dutch Owensboro Conwny Mattingly Griffith Stanly Newman Reed Heals Spottsville Baskett Henderson Howell Evansville 4 ST LOUIS Signal IWhere trains StLouis J sleeper between Louisville stations Cloverport discharge passengers CloerporhIIstations Cloverrort discharge passengers Cloverport Hartford Line pf 4SI 1857f Howard STATIONS Lv Irvlngton Ar Basin Spring Garfleld Harncd Junction Hardlnsburg Junction eoKlrkAkQimdy Qlendcane Dempster Pails Rough Dempster Rockvale Vnnzant Askins Oaks Mitchell Fordsville Mitchell Dundee Sunnydale Combs HARTFORD Daily 629 533 446 409 142 ClOJ9 NOT STOP and 141 east will 711 840 853 east west 803 526 230 f628 time will stop west from from Real Estate Department you to If you you may find what you department are interested the following proprieties write once name and suit you write what you and you it and let you man who the property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties being productive and Do to Sell farm If you property and description oncq and lot show you how we bring and together department conducted solely for the enabling and farms proprieties make D Babbage ratio from Webster 2H mItes from 160Iirvlnfi ton 60 IlcrGs lIt fresh land and 80 acres In grass no waste land now house and largo new barn built last your Vat ther particulars write to Jno D Babbage 2 ntf 140 fcrps from Quston OOUU s mles from watorOd lay swell good young orchard Rood timber on rural route scnool house few yards froWn house improvements Rood four room dwelling with Kitchen on back porch good barns birn and tenant house torn back In heidI moat land hen house woodsheds will sell on easy payments plenty of Bmnll fruit Further particulars address Jno D llabbaRO Cloverport 67AOHE FARM 6 room cottage ball and In goOd repair good 7stall stock barn side sheds crib good moat house and hon house and ii ot apples peaches and rapelll II good well ann never Xulilng spring water 200 yards oust of HardlnsburR In easy to the High School building when erected CO finn Vot acres four = 3 Qlondoane 3 miles from branch nil fresh land 100 acres In Macros In Brass will product best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water woll at door of dwelling V rooms and room good I 3 tobacco barns S tenant houses Plenty of good Umber for farm purposes tcId land to clear PrIce 14 cash OCA acres on and 3 O C julls of Sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings three barnes hog house and outhouseslISO e 1 1 r 4- C 146 7 H- iAlIt 7 00 6 52 f642 t6 U6 6 82 6 27 o 20 6 i5 609 II Oil 655 5 48 541 5 27 S 21 5 18 511 5 08 506 4 57 554 438 4 32 428 4 21 410 400a 3 50 345 3 39 3 3fi 332 327 3 22 3 18 3 16 3 12 300 242 235 9 00 1 N Dally 12 55 1 N f2 40 P12 30 fia 12 11 f3 08 12 05 f12 03 PlIIlit fll 48 ill 40 11 32 23 15 11 05 flO 57 flO 48 110 41 flO 37 10 27 tlO 22 lO 07 10 04 10 53 948fU fO 32 q 23 fO 17 I0 08 856- f852 f8 45 8 18 30 fS 25 f822f8 8 07 8 0I 7 58 7 I 9 7 16 7 10 2- Daily 10 a m f 0 40 31f 9 17 9 12 9 06 f 8 57 f 8 CO U9Sat 8 20 I f 8 00 f 7 55 f 7 f 7 43 7 39 f f 7 29 f 7 10 7 01 6 40 a m 144 740I 7 25 7 18 fz 08- fT 6 o 56 to 54 6 46 f6 41 16 33 0 25 U1 16 U OS 0 Oilt jf5j f5 34 f5 22 5 14 f5 10 15 08 4 57 4fi4 4 44 4 36 4 28 424- f4 17 411- f4 0- 43M 3 51 B 45 n 40 3 34 3 30 13 28 3 23 3 17 3 13 f3 11 f3 Ol 255 2 30 8 84 A M Jf8 I 1 S Is s1s 8 02 7 2- 1l15 f7 39 7 31 f7 I4 7 fT 7 02 6 55- o fi- fO U 6 87Ii f6 21 f6 16 6 13 6 08 65PJl Stops shown DO man St Louis at of to of iSJNo 144 of to of of Smiles 00 51 735 654 Dally 02 59 Daily 16 634 stop 4 Daily Ex Sunday 50p m j f 539 25f 511 5 06 5 00 451 445 4 34 f 4 26 23ff 4 14 f 4 06 03f f853f f 3 26 f 319 3 05 p m Do want buy a farm or businees 1 do just need in this Jf you in any of us at for owners address If none of these places us at once tolling us want where want us introduce to the has very as fair in price j You Want your or business a want cash for your send price at us buyer seller This is purpose of buyers sellers of or business quick sales Jno fur Cloverport Ky 3 Irvington waft two lUlU cls tho Ky two good variety for stOCK distance ICO mtloswcstot railroad cultivation tho dwell- Ing log side stable 12000 C2 i2 Hardlnsburg big I 19 fll III 40 52 05 to water the year round Onethird cash andgood easy terms on balance FOR SALE Storo house and dwelling corn treetaOlovorportwholelengthororclange venueWollfnl 750 t5iacres on ntardlnsburg and mll811tramandaltoodbeechtimberBeech never been worked Timber can be Limestonelandtobacco and fruIt Plenty good water year tntJosyFoil SALE A farm containing 250 acres and fiveLGwithstorebIlrnlllonoi trees also pears quinces and aprIcots most nlclvInyardbalance In woods 125 acres in grass several towIreon L 11 St L It It price is I600O oclong und easy payments FOB SALE A splendid stand for a druggist surroundedbythe place for some young physician to bUAnIs the reason for soIling Vor turt ulars address JNO U BADBA port KV i r SOME SECRETS OF TEA 1r2Marvelou Varieties and Properties to Most Housekeepers Tbo average housekeeper approaches her grocer generally with the requests knowingailtUeI being purchased anil leaving the rest with the grocer It Is often not sus peeted by either denier or consumer tint there are as wide differences In r black tea alone as there are between tea and other beverages There are howover of kinds and grades of black 1 tea alone about ftOO nod of green 200 of Ceylon and India over 500 and Ja pan 100 Now as till these specimens are blended together It follows that It Is possible to obtain about 2000 flavors of tea It Is a remarkable phenome non therefore that utter hundreds of years tho average consumer does not know how to tind a favorite specimen of this most Imporaut beverage nor 0how to prepare it after it tins been foundImportant as it Is to know that we have tho choice and that there Is ono that will give supreme satisfaction If we take the trouble to find it yet this fact sinks into insignificance compared I with the importance of preparing prop eWy tho favorite when found for If 1 not correctly drawn the choicest on- t earth which may have cost several I dollars a pound will sink to tho value I of a repulsive weed i nccordi UK JOHNSONS TEAPOT FKKSKUVED AT PSMUIIOKIE COLLEGE ENGLAND of the National Ten Association of = America to be followed in preparing ten and nearly every housewife neg lects at least one of them In the j first place the flavor of tea never ap pears unless the water Is freshly n drawn from the faucet and is boiling p furiously when poured on the leaves 1Nine cooks out of ten never empty the kettle of water which boiled for break fast when preparing the tea for supper and If they avoid this fatality they seldom in their haste wait for the war ter to boll thoroughly before pouring It on the tea It is sufficient for them if the slightest curl of steam emanates when the water Is used with the re worldyper mitted to draw hardly two minutes when the maid with a mull rush pours it into the teapot and again tune superb aroma of the rose Is Invisible and a wild weedy solution offends the palate If again this mistake is es caped then the herb is allowed to soak flftee to thirty minutes and when served the bouquet has como and gone and nothing but bitter tan nln has developed which when taken Into the human economy plays upon the nerves so assiduously as to Oil the divorce court with wild and untamable cases To have tea In perfection says the same tea authority it Is only necessary to follow these four rules thefnucetfaucetLet the water boll furiously five min utes before using Let the water remain on the leaves not less than seven or over ten mIn- utes and then be poured ofT into an other vessel a Use one full teaspoonful of tea for every cup of water and If too strong reduce the quantity 9 Tea is fust becoming in this country 0 as popular a drink us It has ulwlI s- tbeen In England and the Englishman Is as fond of this beverage as his wom 1aukind The great Dr Johnson once described himself as u hardened and sbamnlwis tea drinker who has for e ttvenry years diluted his meals with p osjly the infusion of this fascinating NAPOLEONS FAVOWTK TEAPOT 1808 r plant whose kettle has scarcely time t to cool who with tea amuses tho even lug with tea solaces the midnight hour and with tea welcomes the morning One of the Illustrations shows a teapot II belonging to the learned doctor which + appeared In the spuveuir volume re cently presented by the Great Western railroad to American travelers who r lauded from the Mauretunlii ut Fish guard England The date of this dainty piece of china Is about 1770 It was an age of teapots and of tea drink o lng as well ns an ago of Johnsonrt jwboeo bicentenary wus celebrated lust 11 month at Lltcbfleld England Napoleon like Johnson wus a hard J centuryJJ fin od that ho drank more tea between j t 7 midnight and 4 In tho morning than OUIII member ot the house ot corn I + J8 and that the strougest brew 01- tV kcr tntertcoo with his sleep Ifill buba r t11tsdlapot 1 f JIK I t I a L J n FOUR GENERATIONS I This picturo represents tour generations The elderly woman in Mrs Julius Dutsshke and her daughter Mrs Wilda Keys and her granddaughter Mrs Gertrude Keys Dowell The little baby Wilda Dowell Is Mrs Dutschkes great granddaughter Mrs Dutschko is 74 years of ago and lives at Lcdiburg r DIRT ROAD PROBLEM Good Results Can be Obtained Through Drainage System STAGNANT WATER AN ENEMY It Is One of the Chief Evils of High ways of EarthGood Road Work of an Illinois InstitutionBad Drainage ExpensiveIn for good roads to have practical results It Is well to rec ognize the fact that over largo sections of the country rock1 or gravel roads are for local and economic reasons unattainable and even unnecessary Dirt roads will prevail In the more strictly rural districts for many years to como possibly until aeroplanes Laud dirigible balloons take Ithe place of the good old farm wagon Therefore It will Ibe well to look around and trv to lemon from I theex perlonct of others how such roads have bttn made In mlicr countries suf ficient fur nill CMI invilsI of ruralI lift1 what his bit n imnul to lu Itin chief enemy to ivi inmse nml how I tin con quest tins bein iKei Itftl The om jrreiit imury nt dirt roads Is stagnant water wllHi sifter heavy rains nnd 1 spii iaiiv in Hay sully Is unable to jet away CiUxint the solvent properties of + vaitr It is easy to understand lu +v tbsirni live Its con tinued presence IIs to Itin solidity of a dirt road ami thenIon bow necessary is its removal It la not iiiily the surface water of heavy rains or nitUlnj snow 11111 thus to be got rid of The in tIon of what science knows as capillarity the constant rising of water from great depths toward the surface has also to be contended with That this natural process is always going on Is well understood though Its causes and meth ods of action still form mutter for de bate To catch and control this water coming thus and to establish what is known ns u water plane some three or four feet below the surface of the ground where it can do time most good to vegetation timid as a sort of side Issue the least harm to the roads has been sought for and found in the modern scientific system of land drain age Some time ago the use of brush filled drains was very effective In a section of Illinois where the soil is much of the nature of tho Kansas gumbo An institution which owned a farm of 400 ROLIiBH WITH SPUDS TO COMPACT EARTH IIOAD From Good Roads Magazine New York acres along one side of which ran a road much used for general traffic and which that institution haul agreed to keep In order In lieu of paying tho road rates found that a consider able amount of tho time of the farm teams was taken up In hauling wag ons and buggies of bemIred travelers out of tho slough which constituted about a quarter of a mile of this road where It ran through a ravine with high old osagc orange hedges on each side wblcblhad not becn trimmed for t C1 yyeasIt hailVeen tne custom to administer doses of gravel and of refuse from a coal mine every now and then but Ithe rand Incontinently swallowed Ithem up and asked forII more Old country experience suggested drams and as no pipe or tile was to be obtained Ithe old hedges were out down to n height of three feet and ditches eighteen Inches wide and from three 10 tour feet deep were dug on each HOO the road nod filled with the brush yell stamped In and topped up with a good depth of soil The road bed was nicely rounded up and In a- very short time the ancient morass gained the reputation of being one of the best bitsI of roads In the neighbor hood The tiles and pipes used for this drainage work art made of n porous clay unglazed the water entering them not alone and only but percolating through their whole length This can be easily proved by sealing up both ends of ono of them and burying It three or four fort In any damp place In a week or two when dug up It will be found full of water Of when a proper and fairly even fall about two itches to a hundred feett Is given to n drain made of those pipes It will carry the water to any distance desired The bottom of n drain mus be kept level and Ithe pipes laid so carefully together tthat no earth can get in between any two of theta Since the general desire seems to b for good roads without prejudice as tto what means or materials are used ttoI produce then It would he well fo rallsome of our farmer renders to try the effect of a few of these drainpipes I where they can he produced brush where no pipes are to be hind on their iwn private roads where water Is too lnuuln lit A Gentle Rebuke It was lute In the year for strawberries but Mrs Beacon was deter mined to have some for Sunday din ner Over tho telephone came the news that they were very tine maam very tine Indeed Being however a cautious housekeeper she decided to look over the fruit herself as the grocer wits not always to be trustedThey dont appear very good slit said sumac time later examining carefully a basketful They lookhero she extracted one and tasted itthey look n little green I dont know Just let me try one She took another I guess Ill take one box please YouI dont put very many In a box do you T sho Inquired There was said the grocer respectfully but theres been so many ladles looking em over that there aint You may give me two boxes saidI Mrs Heaton Youths Companion Lincoln Religion- I have never united myself to any church because 1 have found dUlicult Jl In giving my assent without muent- areservation I to the long complicate- statements I of Christian doctrine whitfcharacterize their articles of belie- and confessions of faith Whenevei any church will Inscribe over Its altar as Its sole qualification for member ship the Saviours condensed statement of the substance of both law and gos pel Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with nil thy heart and with allI thy soul and with all thy mind antt thy neighbor as thyself that church will I join with nil my heart and nit1I my soul Abraham Lincoln Queer Friends On board the Union Castle R M Goth on a voyage from tho Capo to Tenerlfe was a little monkey bqlong Ing to one of the stewards It wus very fond of sitting on tho back of a tortoise another ships pet while tlt latter crawled about tho deck Al though rather ill tempered and snap plan with people the monkey was ul ways friendly with tho tortoise which made no objection to being used ns her steedWlde World Mnga- dneSubscribe t t V err F I II1 JJB F BEARD President MI II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 1 t Ithemanagedjbank I WANTED dim Hub Timber= JIJnl c INQUIRE TcF SAWYER CLOVERPORT HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID BOUDOIRS MATCH GOWNS I Duchess of Manchesters Violet Room Mrs Ward Affects Pink Decorations in the home mire a source of absorbing concern to the chic wo noun She has at least tier boudoir in dresseor la one tint harmonizes with 1l All fashionable London knows the ex quisite violet boudoir in Consuelo Duchess of Manchesters house In cxt cellence the tone beloved of her grace She Is as devoted to It as the queen Is to mauve For Consuolus violet bou edoh the woodwork clone Prom Japan whore It was specially dyed1 while tho tapestries curtains and blinds were manufactured at Lyons Through out the year violets bloom III It in- cases and baskets and everything Is scented with the delicate odor Con suelo herself In her wonderful purple tea gowns and amethyst embroideries makes a striking figure therein When her friends are entertained In this room ut the chic little tens she ar ranges the cups and saucers are In the shape of violets Very often when his majesty visits till duchess he will wear u violet tie violets in his button hole timid socks of time same hue as n compliment to his hostess Women with red gold hair like that of the lion Mrs George Kcppel de light III an orange colored boudoir Not only docs this background set off their hair but It harmonizes with the hues they wear It will go with blue with brown or their fnvorlte greens Tho lion Mrs John Ward nee Miss Whltclaw Held Is very fond of soft artistic tints lu red and pink and the story goes that when she finds herself In a boudoir the coloring of which swears at that which she maybe wearing site bids a hasty retreat However this Is but the attitude of many another smart woman who will not sit In discordant surroundings This Is why public rooms are Just now so often In neutral colors as becoming to one guest as to another Hostesses who hope for success must above all things bo considerate and guests ar Jltlstlc Instincts hove to be entered to ownIstaysfdolr considerably Sho has fresh sup scutII over twice u week for its decoration As green uudtes n tolerable back ground for most colors Lady Limer felts friends havo nothing to say against It Only once was there trouble and that was when a lady came In magenta Women who went magenta 1have but pour souls fot the artistic Personally she was not perturbed by her surroundings but her companions were She wasP treated with marked coldness hind soon took her departure parS liament who waq present said It was a case of the green above tho red and another triumph for Ireland aStreams of Light Ono night we were In a dense crowd watching a parade when during ono of those unaccountable lulls which sq of ten occur In largo crowds a little fel low who was perched high up on his fathers shoulder shouted tOh papa you ought to SCPI Way In the street they are just squirting light all over the people Delineator J a X Capital 50000 Surplus anJ Un divided Profi ts 1100000 o r THE ij 1 HOTELil Louisville jPIKE CAMPBELL Mngr Morris Eskridgo G I Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kinchcloo C V Robertson B F Beard OF KY Fifth Avenue Ky DIRECTORS Tho most centrally located nnd only llrstcluss hotel in tho city tasking 11 too rllto Only ono block from tho princi m pat slopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street curs pass tho door to all 1 parts of tho city- Everything neat anti clean i i J Witch I N N For Our NewSerial StoryWhich Begin Soon tJtItAf I W w I i y t V l lI i i s P 11 f r iT4T a f f I II T C THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 1 i cents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money In advance Examine the label ont your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give t hair old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JAN 5 1910 Since tho Republicans have been in charge of affairs at Frankfort for the lust two years they have run the state in debt nearly million of dollars This was the case when Bradley was Governor and it was somo time after he went out before the Democratic administration under Mr Beckham got the debt paid off The Legislature convenes at Frankfort this week and it is said that Gov Willson will ask that body to issue bonds to the amount of u million of dollars to meet the present deficit Judge Henry Dellnvon Moorman who stopped down and out of tho County Judges oflico in this county last Monday was one of the best Judgestho county has ever had Ho was a man who did things and had things done He was a one man Judge He pandered to no man or party but conducted the affiars of the county in a strictly business way and as his best judgement dictated Wo congratulate the young than on his splendidrecord John A Barry was duly qualified as tho Mayor of this city at a meeting of the Council Monday night Mr Barry is a public spirit ed citizen and has been connected with the public business of tho city in one vsay and another for tho past twenty years Ho ought to carry something under his hat that will put new life into things here Morris Board is Johnnie on tho spot with one of the hest statements he has ever published The Bank of Hard insburg Trust Company is a credit to any community and is an institution that is growing and building every year May it still continue to grow and prosper as the years roll on Some of tho newspapers in tho State arc trying to boost James li McCreary for Governor but tho News thinks Ben Johnson will show up in the lead because ho represents the young life of the Slate and possesses the ability to do things V G Babbage has filed his petition in the Circuit Court at Har dinsburg contesting the right of Jesse R Eskridge to the office of County Attorney on account of his being a citizen of Owensboro Ky for the post ten years One of the important questions to bo brought before the Legis lature of the State at its present session is that one of improving the public roads throughout Kentucky The Republicans were installed in once at Hardinsburg lust Mon day all excepting Lee Walls tho Circuit Court Cleric who is a Democrat If you have already broken your resolution make it over again right now dont wait till next year BIG SPRING Has Large Number Of lIome Comers For Christmas Week HouseParty At Stro tlierir 1 If you want the bust Hour buy the i Lewisport BEST pAtont flour Dr and Mrs A M Haulaway of Minot N D and Mrs Harry IKtmper of Irvington spont last weok with Mrs Julia Clarkson Mr and Mrs Hamilton Moorman and son of Quincy Ill spent the holidays with Mr and Mrs T R Moor t man and Mr and Mrs Tommie Stith Raymond Moorman ot Louisville spent last week with Mr and Mrs Achilles Moormanj Crider who Iis attending I IICharla school at Bowling Green was home for Christmas 8 Miss Zelma Strother entertained a house party last week from Friday till Sunday Her guests were Misses Fannie IHardaway VernieTand Vertie Moorman lSsrsjEdgar and Pierce Hardaway Messers Butt and OMearce of Lou isville were with B S Clarkson Thurs day night Miss Bush of Louisville spent last week with her parents C F Morris of Louisville was home last week Gabe Meador has returned from Eli zahethtown tfCharlie Craycroft spent last week in LebanonMrs A Strother leavesfor Owens boro the fifth for oJ avisitto Dr and0 Mrs W II Strother Miss Ada Meador is visiting friends in Elizabethtown Miss Lidy Clarkson went to Louis villa last week for a visit of two weeks with her sistcrMrs Will Hungerland Mrs Ada Meador lost a house on her farm bl fire Thursday night Miss Lee King spent last week at GarfieldMiss Zelma Strother leaves the fifth for Louisville for a few weeks after which she goes to Owensboro to visit her brother Dr and Mrs CoB Witt have returned from a visit to Louisville Misses Zelma Strother Verllo and Vernie Moorman entertained on Friday evening from 730 till 12 with a Father Time Party for the visitors of the town The house was decorated with red and green confetti and clocks were hung around to carry out the idea From the center of the room was hung two red bells to ring put the old year and in the new Each guest on arriving was given a red and green envelope Of course they wondered what they were to do with it Then begun a hunt for tho hours of the day which were hidden in the field of time which was the lower rooms Card board squares each bearingja number from one to twelve were hidden here there and every where andjas each guest fonnd twelve squares they were to place them in their envelope and stop the hunt until all had found twelve of course they found duplicate numbers but the prize a calendar was given to the one pre senting the most perfect clock to Father Time Then they had a large circle of paver on a sheet bearing the numbers of p clocks hours One guest at a time was blindfolded and given a single numberjand required to pin his slip of paper overthe duplicate number on the clock There was merry fun and laugh ter over the wasted time spent In that way Refreshments were served and as the time was nearing twelve candles on the letters Happy New Year were lighted in the hull to bid the guests good night All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is Intended for use in atomizers That it is a wonder ful remedy for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an everincreasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpassages It al lays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks All druggists 7sc in cluding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 10 Warren Street New York Subscribe iIiI tI Coal Coal Have you laid in your Win terJCoalCIf not you had better do itlnow while weath cris good and price llow II City Coal Co JAS M LEWIS Prop Cloverport Ky Office Gregory Co Phone 35W IT I 6 CLOSING TrOF THOROUGHBR- EDStallions Horses and Colts GWe have sold our farm and must dispose of some stcok IWe have decided to sell all I Iour Stallions also Registered brood MaresS and Colts Write us and let us give you full information We also have several horses and colts unregistered We have a HERD OF JERSEYS Write at once as we must sell in the next 60 o days We can please you and will be glad to turn our business Hardinsburg over to pur chaser here 0 00 00 Beard BrosHardinsburg KentuckyII R I HARNED If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Noah Weatherford of Louisville spent Christmas here with Mrs John WeatherfordIf your taxes you had better pay now and save costs Mrs Jesse Nix and baby spent Satur day at Garfield with Mrs Sylvester Thornhill Grit Truman of Fordsville is here Miss Mary Ellen Kennedy of Louis ville is home It will pay you to visit Irvington and attend Newsom Gardners great clear ance sale- Robert Weatherford went to Hardins burg Thursday Several attended the social at the home of Mr Nick Webster Wednesday night and had a pleasant time SUBSCRIBE Governor Blackburn The retirement of ex= Senator J C S Blackburn from the position of gover nor of the canal zone is causing the suggestion to be made in some quarters that he be given the nomination for governor as a fitting close of a long and useful public life Old Joe as he is affectionately called by many people has a strong hold on the Democrats of Kentucky who would be glad to further honor him He Is past the al lotted span of three score years and ten but when we saw him about a month ago he showed that he was in the best of health and as vigorous of mind and body as he was when he re presented this district in Congress We do not know whether he would make the race or not but if he would we are sure that he would be elected There are not many men who can fire the Demo cratic heart as Old Joe can when he mounts the raging stump and opens that capacious mouth of his to let es cape the pent up oratory The Gazette Is not however wed to any especial candidate It is for any good man who can unite the factions Perhaps Senator Blackburns weakness may lie in his inability to do so He and Governor Beckham are not friendly but we do not know that the breach is past healing The fight the latter made for Judge Paynter was the cause of the unpleasantness Senator Black burn believing that he was entitled to an endorsement It is eighteen month- yet before the nomination for governor m 44 A Picture of Father and i MotherII How it would delight your childronhow it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky 0 Irvington Ky Every Tuesday and nearly two years before the elec tion A great many issues may arise and many new alignments made before that time Besides the Democrats In the coming Legislature may do many foolish acts as well as those outside of it and thereby make a nomination not worth shucks The State has many eminent men who would fit the gubernatorial chair well and being optimlsP tic we feel that everything will work lovesthe Lord and DemocrdcyLexington Gazette Notice To Parties That Are Owing Taxes WW U till WuMIV tit 111 uti 111 u or it i t My term of office has expiredland I am now preparing the list of delinquents for advertisement and asrsoojias finished I will deliver sameto the printer and my instructions to him will be advertise and that will be additional cost to you I am going to treat all alike i so if you dont want your property advertised settle without delay I am very truly MILT MILLER ExSheriff B C 1 I u llARelableI 1 CATARRH 1 Eif Cream Balm li CflllcUabsorbed Ives Rolle at Once ItclcausQS soothes heals and protects tko diseased membrane resulting from Catarrhjind drives away a Cold in tim FEVetoresLh n DruggistsEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York T5he Breckonridge News r WEDNESDAY JAN 5 1910 For Congress nonfohnsontoConqresssubjectcratlo Primary to bo hold March 12 1010 Ir PERSONAL 1 is AND LOCAL TTr yen in town give the ShoeStore a icilU jpJUjjs Owen has returned to New Orleans t Miss Minnie Embry has returned from= Addlson The irCnRlish Kitchen still serves a Sgood hot lunch Fre works fruits and candies at theK English Kitchen Subscribe for the News this week d9nput it off r Shoes that give comfort and satis faction at Sipples Mrs Jas Skillman of Owdnsboro has returned home Fresh oysters at the English Kitchen served in any style y Mrs J Byrne Severs will entertain the girls club this afternoon John Taul of Mattingly was visit ing his daughter Mrs Joe Mullen Just receiyed a nice line of Hamilton Browns good shoes at Sipples MrS Tanner and son have arrived from Winchester to be with Prof Tan iierMrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray are visiting in Hatdins burgyEdward I romIGiness Mr Donaldson of fowling Green was the guest of Miss Mary Jarboe Sunday Mrs Frank Straus wife of the well t knrwn attorney of Louisville died ifonday Win Martin of Greenville visited Miss Mayme DeHaven during the holidays Chas Goering of Hawesville was the guest of Miss Maymc neHaven last week Mrs Ella Gregory has returned to Brandenburg after a visit to Mrs Lucy Gregory Miss Ida Dutschke of Holt and Miss Esther Payne have been visiting the Misses Pate Jesse T Walls Stephensport spent Christmas with his aunt Mrs Rachel Foster Evansville ff Miss Florence Lewis attended the funeral of her cousin Frank Rhodes at Kirk last Thursday j Morrison Calhoon dentists offlct downstairs 215 Fourth street botb phones Owensboro Ky Brabrandt photographer will be in rvington every first and third Tues ayand Wednesday each month J W Miss Lillie Alexander of St Louis pent Christmas at home with her ather Perry Alexander at Custer MK and Mrs Will Walls of Oblong A50cent bottle of Icotts Emulsiong- iven in halfteaspooni noses four times a day trjiff Mixed in its bottle will ippr r Rlasta yearold baby near W4S tV Iv month and four bot=h Iri t monthscnr Iiti4iaridlwill make the babyMaftu S j r strongand well11 and will fJr flayl She foundation for a vfrt healthyrobust boy or iiI FOR ALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Sr nf SaiOc name of paper and this ad for fib eutifut Savings Dunk and Childs Sketc- hkJfech bank contains a Good Luck EISv deOWNS409Parl StreetNY- r b V a t Ill have returned home from n visit to Mr Wm Embry who is improving Richard Wathen Is illat the Burns houseMrs Mattlc Smith Is improving after serious illness John Babbage Jr of Huntington W Va was in Owensboro on business yesterday He will return to his terri tory this week Mrs Plank and daughter Jesse Kathrlnc of Owensboro have been visiting at the home of Master Mechanic P D Plank Wesley Steele fell on the Ice last week In Owensboro and suffered a broken arm Mr Steele Is Improving and will be home this week A H Russell of Pennsylvania is here in the interest of the drilling of the new gas well of the Kentucky and Indiana National Gas Company- J W McQuady of Howell Ind spent the holidays here This is Mr McQuadys first visit home for eight years He subscribed for the News Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer were home last week Mrs Bowmer will visit Mrs Chas Moorman in VersallU before going to Louisville to spend the remainder of the winter NoticeBen Davis Cloverports ex pert cleaner of men and ladies clothing is still located in the rear of Dr Light foots olflco All work guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or no charges askedLivery Feed and Hitch Stable Corn Hay Straw and all kinds of Mill Feed for sale at rensotiable prices Feed delivered to any part of the city Give me n call S I Popham Greetings From The Parsonage In the beginning of this New Year we greet all of our friends of Clover port with joyful hearts We desire to express our thanks publicly for the splendid donation given us and for every act of kindness shown In tho name of the whole church we extend special thanks to Mr and Mrs Charles Skillman for the beautiful leather couch presented to the parsonage They are surely missed in the councils and work of the church May Gods benediction follow them Let everyonelline up for the work of the KingdomSincerely G P Dillon and wife CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signaturo of f IIENIJERSON ROUTE NOTES Until further notice no 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m Louisville Market Report Louisville Jan I 1010Special- WheatNo 2 Red and Longberry 125 127WCorn i tl- 7OatsNo2 mixed 18 Eggs Market quite case count 32 candled 33- cPoultryHens Is5 and I3c per lbi roosters GCj young chickens 12 Me ducks 13Cj turkeys I8fc geese 90- Hogs Tops855 pigs f25 810 roughs 790 Sheep and Lambs Best lambs5 Qc seconds 5 5c fat sheep 350400GameRabbits 100 and 125 per dozen Not So Bad as It Sounded- In n downtown cafe two old college friends met by chance They had not met before In several years and were properly delighted In the course of conversation one who had been long absent from town bethought him of a mutual friend Tell me said he how 1 can reach Jim Id like to look him up tonight My boy said the other If you want to reach Jim youll have to tele phone to an undertaker oil Sixth avenue What You shock me Jim dead 1 rliom sorry Indeed to beatfltifp Ii Dead Who said he was dead Hes a friend of the undertaker and has rooms near by He has no telephone but has an arrangement for using the undertakers as the place is open at all hours Just telephone the undertaker and the message will be carried around to JlmItNew York Globe When H6 Feels Safe Bacon A man feels more secure when his views are Indorsed by oth ers Egbert Especially so If tho man In question is a baseball umpire Yon ktra Statesman Out on Top Fuddy Did you ever notice that successful men are generally baldY DuddyCertainly They came out on top Boston Transcript Subscribey 1 tI i IJ- l t Mrs Sagerser of MissouriL FACIAL NEURALGIA Mrs 0 S Sagersor 1111 Woouind Avo Kansas City Mo writes- I feel It a duty duo to you and to others that may bo aillletcd like myself to Rpcak for Poruna My trouble first camo after In grlppo I Ihtor nlno years ago gathering In my head and neuralgia I suffered must all tho time My nose cart and eyes wero badly affected for tho last two years I think from your description of Internal catarrh that I must have had thaf also I suffered very severely Nothing over relieved mo llko Po tuna It keops mo from taking cold With tho Exception of sonic deaf ness I am fooling perfectly cured 1 am fortysix years old I feel that words arc inadequate to express my praise for Poruna Stomach Trouble Seven Years Mrs T Freeh nItl Hickory Point Tonn writes Having boon afflicted with catarrh anti stomach trouble for seven years and after having tried four different doctors they only relieved mo for a little while I was induced to try Peruua and I am now entirely well Manalin an Ideal Laxative Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1910 An Odd Way to Fish The natives of Tutulla one of the islands of Oceania have a peculiar method of catching fish At a given signal all the inhabitants of the vii lage assemble on the seashore to the number of about 200 persons each one palmWithInto the water mind swim a certain dis tance from the shore when they turn forming a compact semicircle each out holding his palm perpendicular in the water thus making a sort of sieve The leader of the party then gives a signal and the fishers nil approach tho seashore gradually In perfect or der driving before them a multitude of fishes that are cast on the sands and killed with sticks If you want the best flour buy the Lea+isport BEST patent Hour Warning- No Alice counsels the fond mam ma you should not marry Mr Left over It you do you will regret It Why mamma Because he Is a widowerNot T But he will not make a good husband Vhy mamma Everybody knows that while his wfe was alive he was a shining model for all the other husbands in town He never drank smok ed or swore he never stayed out late at night he never danced with anyone but her lie was simply perfect I know my child And I want to tell you that a man who bias been held down that wily during his first marriage will know how to dodge such rules the second tlmoLlfe BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus andIUndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound land- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciatoyour business and in iluenco Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVBRPORT KY I r J n I1 1 k jI + + il ilmWants+ + FOR HALK A good business situated n PllyillPwcllullO llabbiiK Attorney I lovurpott Hy FOR PALKI Onntmvr mill and 16horso pow r Hub r Traction IKnglno In ilratcliiMS condition One ftrlst mill Cull on or wrltoroc at otuplitiisport Tlios W Smit- hWANTKJICllrpelltor u good location Is open town for u cdntntctor carpenter who IN married sober and knows alldressIrvingtonI lufurmlltlonFOIL SALE Farm coptatnlgg 102 acres lays DO acres cultivation IS Acres timber overlllstInltI deanuon public road l or full particular address W C Moorman aiondeime Ky Railway Mall Clerks Wanted The Government Pays Railway flail Clerks 800 to 1200 and Other Employees up to 2500 Annually Uncle Sam will hold spring examlna lions throughout the country for Railway Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental 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 r r I BIGGEsHHWING I I I r I- NCHRISTMAS 2a JEWELRYWe Severs Drug Co rlsAlrAs o An Attractive Table Cover One of Ithe nowost pnltornsI In em broidery shows n table cover with n hemstitched border on two sides The hems were ten inches deep In Ithe center threads were drawn to outline eightl blocks four on each side with edges touching tthe hems This brlnjrx the hjnck In Ithe center of the tnblo All blocks are embroidered In n ill ferent HornI pattern milking It some thlni original and nt the same time at tractive The Bargain Sale You HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR Reduction in Cloaks Childrens Cloaks 150 Reduced to 100 Childrens Cloaks 250 Reduced toH 150 Childrens Cloaks 3 50 Reduced to 260 Childrens Cloaks 100 Reduced to 250 Childrens Cloaks 500 reduced toH 350 Blue Teddy Hour Cloaks ago lJSGOO Reduced to 450 Ladies Cloaks 1000 Reduced to 700 Ladies Cloaks 1250 Reduced to 1000 Big Reduction in Furs Come Tow J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY u u u t11 tt s tl r+ srettlst t es we se The Lexingtoni Herald iileading Morning Daily II- ii of Central KenttckyII I 5 BY THE I I IIiIJ periods of less than tJ monthsiBQBOESRQ I jjbutallowed to agents or others on this rate Address + L 8U S THEILEXINGTONIHERALD ZLexinotonlSi i =Kentucky in ltNlt4AiltNMafNttee T I U He t Ladies Home Journal At The Mews Office Statement of the Condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co Haddinsburg Ky At the close of business December 31 1909 ResourcesNotes and Bills 305974 51 Cash in Safe 22008 07 Cash in other Banks 27670 33 Stocks and Bonds 13107 61 Banking House and Lot 1800 oorOther Real EstateH 136 79 Furniture and Fixtures 400 00 Total 371097 31 J LiabilitiesCapital Stock paid in 50400 00 Surplus undivided profits 13602 49 Dividend No 39 4 percent 2000 00 c Amount Due Depositors 305494 82 Total 371097 31 n Wo have now boon a bank in this county nineteen and onehalf years Wo have grown from a small beginning a large and successful business Wo have endeavored to keep abreast of tho times providing for ourselves every modern appliance and uptodato system to facilitate our securityWoenterprise Wo enjoy too coniidonco of the people of this county and take this opportunity to thank our patrons who have contributed to make tho year 1909 the best in our history Very respectfully M H Beard Cashier F- Ytf M d0 iAR+ T tY IFULL I I Novelized Walters From By Great EugeneII JOHN WARDINGII Copyright 1908 by G W Dlliinjhim Co CHAPTER XXIV I BROOKS would like to MRsee you sir I told him you were In but he would Mt come up nnd asked me to let you know he was downstairs Tell him Its nil right Mll see him J upYesThe landlady went out gathering from the visitors unusual request and her boarders reply that there had been trouble between them JImsy pushed away toe book lie had been reading and leaned back In his chair to await his former friends coming Brooks Bhullleil rather than walked In He did not offer to shake hands bur with a subdued Hello JImsy seated himself on the edge of the arm chair that in owner days he occupied aj his own Then he seemed to forgot where he was sank back shrinking into his overcoat and sat as though stupefied twisting his hat In his hands slowly and mechanically Smith was shocked at the change In his appearance Ills face was white and thin and the eyes which were almost expressionless were deep sunk III the sockets There was stubble on hits chin his formerly neatly plastered hair was disheveled Boy youre 111 said JImsy with concern Let me get a bracer for you He rose and produced a decanter of whisky but his visitor declined this time with a wan flickering smile of nn prcciation No thanks JImsy I dont feel like It Just now Ive been drinking too much of the stuff and I havent eaten since last night I think uFor heavens sake exclaimed JImsyBrooks would have restrained him but ho was out of the door nnd bound Ing downstairs three steps at a time Brooks sank back Into the chair and relapsed Into his condition of hebetude In a little while Smith returned a plate heaped high with sandwiches In one hand and a bowl of hot bouillon in the other Brooks refused the sand niches but he took the bowl and holding It In both hands which trem bledsipped Its grateful contents JImsy youre awfully good be sIghed Oh nonone of that protested Smith Tell me what brought you ore What can I do for you- I 7 dont know why I came after after the way I acted Inst time 1 Never mind that Lots forgot about It No I have no right here Jltnsy Im done for How done for- I am nnd youll kick me out as I deserve when you know JImsy Ive done it again Im a thief a second time and again for n woman Smith looked grave but he said nothingWhat You dont get up and kick me Well well I suppose Its Just like you but I rather hoped you would Youre the only man who wouldnt But wait till you hear I can tell It to you because you cant help me No body canviii beyond helping Hotter try n sandwich first sug gested Smith Theres no hurry Thanks 1 think I will That beet ten did mo good He ate three sandwiches ravenously washing them down with water There Isnt a whole lot to relate ho said You can fill In the details for yourself I tried backing the ponies again then I stole from the bank There was an examination of the books at the bank four days ago I didnt turn up there that day nail I havent been there since lint of course the game Is up I wandered about drink fug to try to forget my troubles till all my money was gone Then I sobered up and here I am This time theres no one to save me The bank couldnt be fixed even if I had the funds to make my stealings good Theyd get me wherever I hid myself thats sure They must be looking for me now And 0 God I cant taco IU Tears rained down his face tears that ho made no effort to hide or wipe away uI knew I was going headlong down i to hell know what I was the certain punishment doIngsawI I stag myself And now I havo reached the mouth of the pit Ho shuddered and writhed In agony of torment turning his pitiful stream ing eyes upon Smith Oh Jlmny If you would only kill me and end it all ho moaned Oh If I only had tbo courage to kill my BeltI Smith greatly agitated looked at the miserable man in perplexity- I wish I could help you Joe he saId But this time I dont see how you can bo helped It Isnt possible Theres nothing you could do Im done for Its my own fault ho sobbed I brought It- III on myself I have been weakoh i I 4 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is n disease prevailing in this country mostdanccrous because so decep Manysuddciideaths by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy arc often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed to advance thekidncypoison cd bloodwill nt fTtack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result front a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest bya proper treatment of the kid treys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day ajd to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of Swamp Root if you do you will be disappointed weAkand n foot Ana now ins come to this No nobodys to blame but my self iinless Its Emma He rose to go Shake hands with me JImsy he begged Its the hand of a thief a criminals hand but you wore glad to take it in friendship once when It was honest and its the last time Ill ever ask you to do anything for me Youll never see me again Smith grasped the hand held out to him and his pressure was more elo quent of his feelings than mere words could have been lie could find no phrases adequate to express them so remained silent but be slipped Into the wretched mans pocket as Brooks passed out of the door a bundle of banknotes that he had taken without counting from n drawer Snow had begun to fall A high wind blowing apparently from all quarters hardened the flakes and pro pelled them with stinging force into the faces of the people In the streets Brooks hind no umbrella nor hind he gloves and the wind cut to the bone Yet he paid scant heed to his discomfort and ambled away from Smiths abode He turned up his coat collar and pulled his hat over his eyes More that once when he thought he wis being followed ho went sick with fear Every minute he expected to feel n hand on his shoulder Why should lu lack the pluck to kill himself A fugitive from justice friendless and penniless everything that was worth while in life gone forever what had he to hope from living a The prison door from which he land shrunk with such dread before nov was wide open to receive him woull receive him as Inevitably as day woulj follow the night lIe remembered hay lug rend that a rums shot through tin brain never felt the messenger whirl snuffed out his life In the drawer of his bureau was a loaded revolver that he had long kept there for self protec thou In case of need A movement of his linger would end till A feeling almost of relief came with this thought and he quickened his steps There was only one thing to fear now that he would be caught before he could roachr his room As he trudged along lu found himself nt the corner of the street In which the Harrises lived Emma How different she hind been from the other She had not taken sire lint given Love had not boon dependent upon the bringing of gifts It hind boon lavished upon him When he hind been despondent she hind corn forted him when things were going wrong she had encouraged him when his head ached she had rested it on her bosom And It had come to this that he had lost her and with her all that ho was an outcast at her doorAn Insane desire io see her took pos session of him It grew became over powering swept aside all the objec tions of reason lIe was a dying man and nothing was denied to the dying He retraced his steps and rang tire bell The door opened and ho ascend ed the well remembered stairs Mrs Harris fiat was on the first landing A maid who did not know him answered his ring Is Mrs Brooks at homo ho asked The girl shook her head Mrs Brooks No no one of that name lives here This is Mrs Harris apartments Mrs Harris and Miss Beth havo gono out Miss Emma Is InMiss Emma She had even discard ed his name then The blow was hardI would like to seo her Your card sir please Tell her Mr Smith is calling The name had flashed to him with the conviction that she would not re ceive him if ho gave his own He followed on the heels of the maidYou neednt bother ho said and brushed past her at tho door of the parlorEmma waa arranging somo ornaments on the mantelpiece For a moment she did not recognize him Then she recoiled with n little cry from till wild eyed disheveled specter who bat in hand stood before her I Yes ismma ire me or wmt rs left of met he said What brings you here How did you gat In 1 she demanded with frightened Dont be eJeRIto fear from me he assured her 1111I going on n long Journey yes n long Journey nnd Ive come to saI goodby Youll never see me again 1 shall be no more trouble to any bodyIj There Is no need to come here I cannot receive you You must go Emma I know how bad I was toI you how f I cannot listen to your excuses It is useless to recall the past Please go I have no wish to recall it I ash only your forgiveness nsk it ns a dying mnn You cannot refuse You have been dead long years to me and I have prayed God that I I i I j I I j I I I Williams dealt him a smashing blow might never see you again I paid you In full for my freedom Why have you come to trouble me GoII please nnd leave me In peace All right he said sorrowfully I will go Goodby Emma With bowed head he went toward the door stopped nnd turned to her with outstretched arms pleading in his eyes Emma one kissmy pardon and absolution before I die No oh nor She retreated Shuddering terrified lie followed her desperate resolved to take by force what she would not give to feel once more III his arms the little form that once had nestled there fondlyShe I road his purpose and shrieked Miy Harris Beth nnd Captain Wil hiatus wore Just entering nnd they rushed In with the meld Brooks turned to escape as Emma al most hysterical with horror and fear Uttered scream after scream lIe run right Into Williams who recognized him nt once nnd dealt him a smashing blow that sent him to the floor Then the captain grasped the half stunned Heldnhim while he Inquired what had hump pened Emma calmed by her mother and sister tremblingly explained Wil hams looked at his prisoner undecided what to do Brooks did not open his mouth The captain walked him out on the landing and threatening to kill him if lie ever dared to molest Emma again threw him down the stairs CHAPTER XXV allBhis way to the street He hind now reached the extreme of hopeless ness and desperation Everybody tin whole world was against him except JImsy Smith and he could do nothing for him The only being who had loved him had shrunk from him with dread refused him the sacrament of a last kiss besought In charity He hardly knew how he got there but he reached home without molestation and mounted by the stairway un perceived to his room Once inside ho locked the door and turned on the light It wns at least gratefully warm there and he was at last safe from the clutches of the law Escape lay at his hand In a moment all would be overNothing bad been disturbed during his absence The revolver was still In the drawer where he had left It II took it and gazing at hjniself in the bureau glass raised the firearm to his right temple Ho was appalled as he looked at the ghastly haggard face before him nnd the eyes fear haunt ed that stared out of their dark and deepy sunken rims like the optics or- an owl The revolver shook in his numbed hand and ho could scarce bend his finger on the trigger What was his hurry Why not wait until he bad warmed his hand ami make the deed surer If tho police came for him death was at his beck and would cheat them at an Instants notice His craven spirit inspired him with the desire to live a little longer He laid the revolver on the table and rubbed his bqndsto set the blood circulating Then he held them over the heat radiator Ho remembered that in the clothes closet was a full bottle of whisky The stunt would soon warm hint Ho took off his every coat to hang It up In the debt and felt in n nocket for his handkerchief ve Ills hand encountered the roll Of bills Smith had slipped In there For n mo ment n gleam of hope flashed Its cheer Ing ray us he contemplated the money Hero wns enough to enable him to get I awayBut his despondency refused the comfort What was tho uso To at tempt escape now would be to fall Into the hands of the police sleuths who must be on tho lookout for him Ho surmised that the weather had driven the watchers to take shelter and had enabled him to slip into the house un noticed or unrecognized No he had done with life nnd nil Its worries and disappointments Better death than the consequences of living He would have to die at some tIme or other airy how lIe poured out a large glass of whisky and swallowed it The fiery stuff warmed him all over Ho sat down to think and his thoughts took tho shape of a review of his life He bad never bran any good to himself or anybody elsenever Brought up by a maiden aunt who hind taken him In when as a young boy ho had lost his widowed mother ho had repaid her with waywardness dud Indlffer elite In tho declining years of her life when she needed aid and be was is young man ho hind kept his earnings 6clflshlx for himself doling out to her- a few dollars nt irregular Intervals IUd he was glad when she had tensed to bo a burden by dying In a hospital He hind played his cards well ingra tinted himself Into the favor of Mr Harris his employer and by good act ling had won tho love of Emma This had been tho great coup of his career but It had availed him little Fortune after smiling at him had turned her back and life had been a failure ever since As he summed it all up and contem plated himself as a pariah a hunted man nt bay amid the wreck of hope love life Itself driven to the alterna tive of a criminals cell or self destruc- tIon as he brooded over the way in which he had been spurned and cast out by those who might have loved and honored him tears rolled from his eyes again Yes he groaned repeating Emmas words yes I have been paid In full afid I have paid In full Then he grasped the revolver and faced himself nt the mirror again This time his fingers were warm and supple Once more he raised it to his temple Once more pale fear obtained the ascendency There was plenty of time Why since he was to die that night should he be In such a hurry Men who were dying or who were about to bo speeded into eternity for transgres sion of the commandment that placed n ban on murder generally prayed or prayers were saId for them He hind not prayed since he could remember What would happen after his leap into the unfathomable void He hind always derided the idea that anything would happen Still ho did riot know He went to the clothes closet and from among some books mostly now els heaped in disorder on n shelf he brought forth n Bible It hind be longed to his aunt and he had kept It bemuse It had looked well to him one In evidence In the parlor und be cause it was nicely bound In sort leather lie opened the book nt huz urd Its pages divided lit Ecclesiitstos timid he bogjiii to rend Though the liquor tons rust clouding his brain ho bcciiino fascinated with the groat 1m mortal masterpiece of pessimism till terrible monument of negation In which tin nrnnltvs everlasting wounds are laid bm arid bleeding I have Been all the works that are done under the sun and behold all IIS vanity and vexation of spirit That which Is croohud cannot be made straight and that which Is wanting can not be numbered 1 communed with mine own heart say lug Lo 1 rim tome to great estate nun have Rotten more wisdom than nil tile that hue been before me In Jerusalem yea my heart had great experience 01 wisdom and Iknowledge And l nave my hejjrt to Know wlpdnm and to know madness and folly I per colved that this also la vexation of spirit For In much witidom Is much grief ann ho that Incroaseth knowledge Ineruaxoin sorrowThats right he assented thats dead right Nothings worth while nothing matters What hath rnnn of all his labor and or tha vexation of his heart wherein he huH labored under tho sun For all his days are sorrows and his travail erlof yta his heart takoth not rest In the night This Is also vanity The verses succeeded each other with their recapitulation of the futility of earthlyI things His head became heavy and the letters indistinct He began to have dlfliculty In grasping the meaning of the words That which bofalleth the sons of men betalleth beasts oven one thing bofalleth them as tho one dloth so dleth the other yea they have all ono breath BO that a man hath no preeminence above a beast All la vanity All go unto one place all are of the dust and all turn to dust again Who knowoth the oplrlt of man that i Booth upward and the spirit of the beast that goeth downward to the earth A knock at the door roused him from I his somnolence and ho looked up with bleared bloodshot eyes He staggered to his feet smiling va cantly and his groping hand lurched toward the revolver There was the crash of a report Tho apartment house manager who had seen the light in the window apprising him of the tenants presence nnd had knocked to Inquire about tho overdue rent ran shouting for help When they forced the door they found Brooks sprawling across the ta ble beside tho overturned liquor bottle Ho was dead with a bullet in his brain TIm END To feel strong have n good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder t r Ar ttI t1- 1 d Save 75 BY PURCHASINGJ ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The reguler price is fioo Those who bring or mull this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it r ill bo able to have one reserved at the low rate pi- e25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit fUOtrCadV now buy one for future use I d iIt1otPAt A cIB BUSINESS COT J EGl7 IfnrnSecond and Walnut Sirens LOUISVILLE KY Ml ti+u C t r1 ti LOW ONE WAY COLINIST RATEST- O California Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tana Nevada New Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta Snskntchen and a few points in Texas For tickets on sale Sept 15 to Oct 15 1909 BY TIIE- SOUTHERN RAILWAY Inquire of any Southern Railway agent or write mp for complete information J C BEAM Jr A G P A ST LOUIS MO a n Do It Now Subscribe J RURAL TELEPHONES iTT Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the fYYmanager1 of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph W FarWI i COMPANYiIncorporated lr ilr a s 1 P ti t Kentucky School Teacherstj t and Normal Training Present and prospective teachers of Breckenridge and adjoining counties are invited to consider the new Normal De s partment of Kingswood College RR- i t i 1 particular Li Normal students have advantages of good musical instruo tibns good Literary Societies and the inspiration and stimilus of advanced cdle j associations and in addition will be al lowed one or more studies in the collegiate department free of charge Our second term begins January 1 1910 Much of this term will be devoted to the preparation of teachers for praotirtiti cal work in the common schools The principal of this department seoils to find out wherein helpPersons may expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to JI succeed in the profession of teaching I We do no cramming here but gQod honest and thoro work II i Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollars poi term I J W HUGHES President mr- aWe P Do ALL KINDS OF job woj r i V tJtl j IS H 0 n N Q i srw C- 1 RACEFUl ECONnMY hen You Feel Blue Go and Buy Something Expensive V URE NOT IN MEDICAL COOKS ousehold Savings That Often Make the Man of the Family Grumblo and Go Off to the Club to RecoverAr tistic Needlework Dear Elsa Yesterday the world look 1 gray and prosy and I was feeling wfully down in the mouth not to say iluui The cause thereof was an In pcction of my last winters tailor ode and because It did not seem to oe miles beyond the present style al hough the skirt Is rather skimpy I ctcrralned to be economical and make b do duty this season Really my lear I had worked myself up to such righteous state that my nerves wero ill on a janglegoodness never did Mgr rCJwfth meand had about decided hatAjyliat I needed was a course of reatraeut osteopathic or some sort of llckmeup when the tempter whis idred in my ear But Just for tho Pun why not try a new suit cure In Rend It wont be much more expen five Well I hearkened to the volco if this agreeable visitor and before onsclence and more sordid notions of I e Y- eTEAOLOTU OF LINEN WITH CIiDNY LACY conomy could get In their fine work dressed went down town and soon orgot my vapors of the morning in tho ascinating occupation of selecting lew suit- Things nI have a fashion of taking onI t surprisingly pleasing aspect when seen Iin the company of an unexpected lew suit and strange to say even roes friends are more attentive Its candalous doctrine Im preaching rec immendlng extravagance and boldly shorting you to prodigality but there ire times when a little of It Is better ban medicine and a moderate dose aYTwnrd off nn Incipient case of mel ncholla Mine was not so serious a ase Still the psychological moment md arrived when something streau us had to be doing So now after you have nursed an coiicmlcal spirit for a wholesome umber of weeks and made yourself roperly miserable by it and acquired- e right degree of merit by entertain ig some highly meritorious and penu Lous motives Just go out und spoil all by treating yourself to some new lothes and see how you feel If I am ot very much mistaken the first thing oull do will be to walk down tho reet with u marvelous spring In your ep Your shoulders will be up and oull decide that tho world is a rather recable place after nil At least this ihe effect plunging had on inc Of irso you want to know what I night Nothing very wonderfuljust smart trotting suit of rather rough reed in lime green with flecks of dull d and browns through It The coat just love Its a new version of tho d Russian blouse with a high collar dark green velvet elaborately in usted with a design in dull sliver he sleeves which by tho way are tt In one with the body of the coat ive turnback cuffs similarly orna ented The skirt is plaited While I as in for a penny I thought 1 might well spend a pound po I really had t the moral courage to withstand o aVuiring ben ties of a Russian aIndof skunk for a brim which makes look not unlike a colonel of hussaVs parade but could you see the lovo aigret of tinseled peacock feathers at stand aloft you would forgive me yfslns of extravagance jnd In this household there is mighty Lie credit for economy anyhow Men eRailways preaching economy to their foe and yet if ono docs try to be vring tho thankless creature goes oil mbllng to the club Ive worried t jjself into a fever keeping down the le expenses because I thought Dick It sited to retrench and do 1 get any Ska Not a particle He was as SB as two sticks last Sunday be supperl3as with coihy D the other day Men ar- ealke was her verdict We were lug a dinner recently for somo of iEg business friends and knowing 3ye ought to savo where we can I iidnt have any flowers 1 thought I nose men you know would not at But John was positively dis- enaable about the omission and said friends would think ho was too yrto afford table decorations Moth who happened to be In tho room Rpwd the discussion by observing In quiet way My dears there are ways of economizing tho tactful the tactless Hash now is tact yuomy Nothing gives a man poverty stricken boarding I cling as to be served with hash y night too when most peoplo rward to something extra nice uid iiRYo found some attractive t unlug your leftover meat JMitMry aat G i soiled with a little onion juice and mixed with chopped walnut meat It is a tidbit not to bo despised when the tomato Is nicely baked and placed on lott tire leaves or n bed of watercress No to come bad to the hash your husband should have lead something for his supper to mike him feel that homo Is n place worth working for something to brace up his tournge And turning to the lower delinquent mother eased her mind by saying If there Is any ono on earth before whom a man wants to appear prosper ous Its his business associates Here cndeth the first lesson on thrift- II am sending you n drawing of n tea cloth I bought recently The lace Is exquisitely fine and the linen a good round weave of the French make I am going to decorate It with careless- lyI arranged stalks of tthe wild carrot And apropos of this weed I have always wondered why art needleworkers never employ this blossom In their designs The only worked flower of the kind Ive ever sren was recently done by an art craftswoman and the effect was stunning the long slender pale green leaves and the lacy delicate blossom with Its Inevitable spot of black In the center of each flower This natural beauty spot is as fetch ing and coquettish as the court plaster beautifiers pretty girls often place on their faces to accentuate some partic ularly good feature The wild carrot blossom looks vc y natural when work ed in French knots with heavy mercer ized white cotton and the foliage Is at its best carried out in green fllo silk As It is most tea time the 5 oclock tea hourl must get out this new cloth of mine so Ill be ready for the first dropper In Always yours devotedly New York MAHELt Womans Preparation For the Street Nearly every man knows that Itt takes the avqrage woman two hours to dress for the street and they seem hurried at that but few men know Just why such preparations take so long For the enlightenment of the latter is the explanation in boiled down form as given by an authoritative per sonFitting on dress forty minutes but toning same ten minutes arranging hair twentyfive minutes touching up face fifteen minutes setting hat twen ty minutes mirror contemplation ten minutes Judg- eFARMS 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 will sell them on easy payments Farm No 1 120 acres J mile from Morris 3 miles from Batesville on a free gravel road pike Bell Independent Telephone passes place R F D mall passes place J mlle from public school and churches One 14 room brick house slate roof all rooms fresco painted cellar under whole house Brick out buildings an orchard containing SO fruit trees good vineyard one large 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 acres standing timber 35 acres on which timber was removed the past three years is now in good pasture balance of land in cultivation The buildings on this farm could not be replaced for 2000000 There has been harvested this year J10 bushels of wheat to an acre and 50 bushels corn to an acre Our price on tills farm Is 1950000 Farm No 2 NewpolntIndmiles from Batesville Ind One 5 room frame house a large barn I granery and tool house This land is rolling a self binder was used on every part of the land 25 acres of good creek bottom 00 acres now in standing timber 30 acres wheat sown and in good condition This farm will raise good tobacco corn and wheat Our price on this farm is 400000 rfnd we reserve all standing timber over 15 inches on stump 18 Inches from ground Farm No3 lrl acres lays 4 mile from Ray 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 und will I raise wheat and corn Our price is 35000 Farm No 4 500 acres 4 miles from Metamora 6 miles from DrookvUle county seal- 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 addltlonallnformatIon We expect to sell all of the above farms wlthinSthe next 30 days We will furnish abstract rhowing clear title and can give possession of any of the above farms Our terms are 3 cash balance 10 yearly payments secured by mortgage with 6 per cent Interest Batesville is located on the Chicago Division of the C 00 St It 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- B TESVIIt1 INDIANA- n II A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger suffering orten death co thousands who take colds coughs nud lagrlppe thnt terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals ate stuffed up1 nostril lower part of nose sore chills and fever pain lu back of headland a throatgripping cough When Grip attacks as you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery Oue bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley piss after being laid up three weeks with Grip For sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whoop ing Cough B onchitic Asthma its supreme 50c 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- QUEER BURIALS Uncouth Methods of the Nomads of Queensland- Of all Ithe modes of burial ever prac ticed by creatures in the shape of hu man beings the method of tho Queens land nomads Is certainly the most un couth After drying the corpse In the sun and knocking out Its teeth for keepsakes they deposit it on n framework of rough poles and bury It under a few armfuls of rushes and old kan garoo skins leaving the bush wolves to sing Its requiem No member of the dead mans tribe will settlo within n mile of his grave for fear of being haunted by the spooks making the burial place their midnight rendezvous The metaphysical opin ions of the Australian aborigines prove Indeed that savages can he aflllcted with an abundance of supernatucallsm without betray Ing a trace of anything deserving the name of religious sentiI ment They believe In evil spirits whistling In the blasts of the storm wind and try to exorcise Ithorn hy spitting In the dlIrection of tthe sky hut for the concep tions of the Dolty of future existence of repentance atonement and con science ttheir language has not even n definite word From somewhere In the land of their forcfnthprspastern Asia perhaps they hive Imported a notion faintly resembllns the Buddhist doc trine of metempsychosis and believe that animals may UP reborn as men and men as human beings of a superior rankLondon Answers Cures babys croup Willies dally cuts and bruises maniAS sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Thomas Electric Oilthe greatest household I remedy NOISES IN VENICE The Way They Crash Upon the Nor mal Quiet of the City With all the water tratlic and with not a hurse or a cab or a wagon to wake tilt echoes the uttersilence ot Venice Is the tlftug that first impresses the traveler Vet because there is no undertone of city noises In which occa sional noises may merge the Grand canal at Veuh0 seems to the sleeper at night the noisiest place in the world for every little noise crashes Into ones sloop alit the most wakeful hours of our six weeks In Italy were spent on the Grand canal in Venice The bolls of the churches probably do not ring louder nor moro frequently than they ring In other cities yet because Venice Is so still these bells clang through the night like the alarm of n continuous and over Increasing lire The bawl of a lovelorn human calf carrying homo three drinks and a throbbing heart n noise that may Iwl heard by Ithe attentive listener anyplace on firth after 11 oclock lu Venice becomes Insistent anti demo niacal The common quarrel In the street enters the bedroom at night with nerve racking distinctness and the morning song of the market gardener bringing his wares to town In his silent boat smites the sleepers ears like a call to arms If Macbeth really did murder sleep tho crime was done ill Venice There are of course considerable acres In Venice Islands where the streets are paved and where commerce goes on In the ordinary way except that there nro no horses or carrlaces In the narrow ways1VIIIlnm Allen White In Emporia lazette Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more safe through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills in Constipation Bilious ness Dyspepsia Indigestion Liver troubles Kidney Diseases and Bowel Disorders Theyre easy buf surf and perfectly build up the health 25c at Severs Drug Store Barring the Party Pray Mr Canning said a lady to tho English statesman why have they made the space in the iron gates at Spring gardens so narrow Oh maam replied Canning with tho delightful absurdity for which he was famous because such very fat people used to go through KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII III o AND ALL THROAT AND LIINGTROl1BLES GUARANTEED 9ATIBFAOTO ll- r0SfOWZY U7UNDED- u WESTERN K tiTu KyTIOST THE INFLUENCE NORMAL OP THE SCHOOL ttt ITIFJ dot shown OB the atari map i itndinttmber hIS latirei the SUU Xormit at Bowling Green linn Unairj 22 1907 Ho eat itndint U counted title Tbs doll aka itar III ntmbir of itniiiti from uch county Hnltiply the nnmkir of dote repiwwtlag Ibl number of StidentTeichen who ban attended frcn rich eonaty bj70 tki Inragllll1mhttt einint eUldrin In each school dlitriet sad then draw jonr own eoaelailoni at to the ralai ef til idncatlonal unto tbi WeiUrn Kormil la rendering tai tommonwealth tt Iintucky 1 ceniemtlu Mtlmati howl that 190000 different children of lentnckj bee boa tangat or art sow being taagbt b1lhe StadeatIeaeben who ban attended tbi Teitern Normal doe U waa formally laaneied u a State Initiation Janoary 22 1907a littla moo ibis two and onebait years ago Tally eigbtynTi 85 per cent of Ibm ibildren Ihlll1lhe rural dlitrieUtt lentneky i glanei at tbi map will confine anyoni the the ubiol la reacbing tbi maiiei leataeky It to bi congratulated Upon tbi iitabllibment of tbil great institution tbal li Baity lamed In the liUett if tbi boy and girli of Iintneky It li doing a grub work for Weitern Ii tacky and riebly deierrei tbe aunt rapport of tbi citiiinibip of oar Commonwialtb MAN IN ISOLATION He Is of Little Consequence and IU a Barrier to Progress- It Is nut mi easy thing fur a man to separate hlmsilf from the thought and activity and ptirpiM of the community In which hi lives and to pursue an Isolated disconnected nod selfish part He cant do It Indeed and If lie tries It he will only reduce himself to a cipher or stumbling blockI The com munity will get on somehow for It I trust but If It hits many members lof this kind It will be dull heavy and uuprogrcsslve Man In Isolation Is of little conse quence next to nothing Ills associa tion with others the Inspiration he re ceives from others draw out his own powers Tie state to this day as Plato conceived It remains a product of mind Out of the action and Inter action of currents of mind affected and even directed by variant views or opinions comes the whole progress of man of society of the human race We want what Burke described as that action nod counteraction which In the natural rind political world from I the reciprocal struggle of discordant powers draw out the harmony of the universeThe Isolated man cannot sepa rate himself from the situation he lives In If Such Isolation were general or could be general It would be the negation of ctvlllzattnnlortlnnd Orego nian A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipation weakens the whole system Dorms Regulets 35 cents per box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation JAPANS PAGODAS They Are Built to Resist the Shock of an Earthquake A remarkable fact lu Japan Is that pagodas built hundreds of years ugly embody tho principle of tho modern seismograph which Is to minimize the effect of earthquake motion by ihr combination of an Inverted pendulum with an ordinary1 pendulum or lu other words hy the union of a stable and an unstable structure to produce a neutral stability which renders ttin whole building least sensible to earth quake shuck In the hollow well of every live sto ried pagoda n heavy mass of ttimber IIs suspended freely like an exaggerated tongue fmn the top right lo the ground but not In contact wllhII and at the shook of an earthquake this large pendulum slowly swings nnd the structure sways nnd tthen settle hack safely upon Its hose This Is also the principle followed lu the construction or al bell towers throughout Japan where the boll acts ns pendulum and the roof supported by posts forms an Inverted pendulum as In the seismograph When an earthquake occurs a pagoda or a bell tower may be rotated or displaced but it cannot be overturned as a whole Wide World Magazine Itch Itchl Itch IScratch I Scratch Scratch I The more you scratch the worse the itch Try Doans Ointment It cures piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it Two Points of View Good morning Jones Good morning DrownI Any news todayWhy yes You know my brother who works at the bank Well he went to business the other day and found 1000 on the counter And what doi you think he did Stole the moqey and tripped off to Canada And when the news reached my father it broke the old mans heart Thats funny You know my broth or works nt a batik too and when ho wont to business the other morning ho found 1000 And whqt do you think ho did Whatstole ItV No took It straight to tho man agers olllce And when the news reached my father do you know It broke the old mans beartlLonc1onI Telegraph NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage c J U- S1 5 NOTICE When sending a news item to this office pleasemake it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items ofi InterestEditor PROMPT JUSTICE The Magistrate Was Firm and Tiled to Be Genial In the History of Beverly Muss the following anecdote Is related of a good justice of Ithe peace In the old co lonlnl times On a cold night In winter a traveler called at his house for lodg ing The ready hospitality of the jus ice was about being displayed when tho traveler unluckily uttered a word which his host considered profane Upon this he Informed his guest that he was a magistrate pointed out the nature of the offense and explained the necessity of Its being expiated by sit ting nn hour In the stocks Remonstrance was unavailing for custom at that time allowed the mag oncelandJury judge all In oneCold as It was our worthy Justice aided by his son conducted the traveler to the place of punishment on open place near the meeting house where the stocks wore placed Hero the traveler was confined In the usual manner the benevolent executor of tho law re maining with him to beguile the time of Its odium by edifying conversation At the oxplnitlou of the hour ho was roeonducted to the house nail hospita lily cnlcrttilncil till the next morning wlien the trivoler dopitriod with let isi Illlie n rteteiinhiat leu ID rnnsldnr III tvrls 1 nrvrniI frpvlvtitt lime ntrl 1 I i II I II lilt nr It reell alettlP i rlo rn- A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh ot Siler City N C till I got n box of Duiklens Arnica- S lve and was soon cured Burns Bills Ulcers Fever Sores Ecetna Cuts Cbapoed Hands Chilblains vanish before it 25c at Severs Drug- Store NEW KITCHEN DEVICE And Hoo It Hip to Make Fruit At tractive live you ovci noticed lu restauranta those beautlfull curved fruits apples lu all sorts of queer null fascinating forms radishes shaped like roses and other queer pieces y Most of us who havent FrenchI chefs wonder how It Is done nUll Mrs IossessorofOneMald often wishes things could be served more attractively for her own particu tableWell there Is a new kitchen device which will help a little It Is called an orange cutter and Its specllic mission Is to cut oranges and grapefruit There Is a tong board possibly fif teen Itches In length and four or live In width It Is tint on the bottom and slightly concaved on the top which makes It look like a huge groove for It Is but half an Inch or so In depth In tho center of the board Is a piece of tin shining and bright This runs down tho middle of the groove like an untrimmed hedge tor It Is jagged pointed and Irregular But It Is this pointed tin arrangement which does tho work You take tho orange place tho mid dlo of It against the sharp tin and roll the orango over and over down the tin until you have gone around the circumference and this Is what you have your fruit cut In two and each llttlo half ready to sit up on a dish and look most Inviting with its edgo cut In a regular design I It is easy to operate does not take much time aud the wooden groove will catch the Juice or any pnrticles that may drop Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS GASTORiASubscribe I A Lesson In Physiology The Shdnl Hiiporlntendout was In the habit of dropping In to the differ ent class room nUll demanding a recital of lessons from the pupils One day her active mind hit upon physiology as the study for examination It happened that the teacher did herself not like the study of the hu man anatomy anti therefore hind not drilled her scholars as she should have done But the little girl to whom the first question was put so bewildered the superintendent and made her lose her patience that there were no moro questions of a similar nature asked Tell me said the superintendent what n skeleton Is The little girl thought for a short time + A skeleton she asked A skeleton Why a skeleton Is a man with his Insides out and his outsides ortu New York Tim- esChlOdren Cry S FOR FLETCHERS L CASTORIi To Carry a Neat Tray There la no reason or excuse for serving n patient with a sloppy tray No matter how heavily It Is laden or how far It must bo carried nothing need be spilled If precautions are ob servedDo not fill tumbler pitcher or cup fullNever pour cream over cereal or fruit but put It In a tiny pitcher Individual pots for coffee ten or chocolate are not expensive They keep liquids warm besides being more neatly handled Most Important of all when the tray is finally full perhaps to overflowing nothing need be spilled over the edges if the one who Is carrying It will sway time tray slightly from side to side as tin wnlks Peeling a snaKe It is difficult to skin a dead snake sod the skin Is often spoiled In the ourse of the operation while on the other hand It Is a simple matter to skin n live snake rind the skin thus gained IIs worth much more Dead snakes bring from 2 to 5 cents accord- Ing to tliel size timid live ones from 12i cents to 1 Ono of the largest snake skin companies tins factories In Sumatra When a snake Is received from u hunter It Is seized adroitly by tlD operator one hand squeezing tho neck multi ttho other holding the tall It Is then attached by the neck to tho trunk of u palm tree an assistant holding It by the tall With the point of a knife the operator cuts the skin Just below the head and pulling with all his strength peels It train the writhing reptile In the same way that a woman pools n pair of gloves from her hand Popular Mechanics Habit From the Dungeon Convicts who were forced to drag about a ball tumid chain at the galleys could often be detected when released by their habit of trailing one foot after the other John Bole Ollellly condemned to convict life In Australia for his Fenian sympathies had also In after years a habit which told n like sad story One who knows him said When walking abstractedly and me chanically he always went a short ills tnnce anti then retraced his steps no matter bow wide n stretch he had before him It was always three paces forward turn and three paces back exactly like the restless turning of a lion In a cage Ono day I asked him Doyle what was the length of your cell when you wero In prison how many paces Three he said Why do you ask Because when you aro absentminded you always walk three paces for ward and then retrace your steps Taps Ovor a Soldiers Grave Tho custom of sounding taps over n soldiers grave originated with the late Captain John 0 Tldbail U S A On the retirement from the peninsula In August 1802 Horse Battery A Second artillery was serving with tho rear guard nnd on reaching Yorktown ono of tho cannoneers died and was t burled there Not wishing to stir up the enemy by firing threo rounds from tho battery guns ns was customary Captain Tldbail substituted tho sound Ing of taps lights out which impress Ivo ceremony has slnco been observed at all military funerals at the close of the servlcea Argonaut el- 1 rre r a- ti C tpn k i f tr GARDNERS CLEARANCE SALE C1 or My house is small and Spring Goods are coming in and L MUST have room therefore I offer this I GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE Clothing 1750 Suits at 1250 15 Suits at 10 12 Su its at 8 10 Suits at 650 Overcoats One half Price 5 Pants 375 4 Pants 298 3 Pants 198 250 and 2 Pants t150 Boys Suits cut in like manner Complete line of Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps c Too numerous to mention exactly as NEWSOM GARDNER Irvington A GAY AT Burley Tobacco Society Let Con tract For Bandy Wins Five Dollars For Best Tobacco MANY VISITORS HERE Mrs E W Graves who has been on a holiday visit to relatives in Owens buro has rclurll = dIMr and Mrs Bate Washington have returned fiom Louisville where they vislttd Mr and Mrs Harry Major and Nr and Mrs Perry Miss IL Ada Drury returned tto Louisville nfer spending ten days with Mrs A H McGlothlan and Miss Willa Drury Tire foilytwo club which has hccnCa formed by u number of young ladies of CITY AND- S8HOOLTAX hereby notified that on December 1 11011 the pen alty will bo added Koinoin bor no favors will be shown Payment is requested with out fail Call at the office in rear of Clovorport Bank Chas sr City and Tax Collector CJ a WT 1 v Shoes 5 WalkOver Shoes 375 4 WalkOver Shoes 3151 350 WalkOver Shoes 269 3 ShoesN 239 250 Shoes 190 2 Shoes 149 150i Shoes 115 Brogans at J110 Mens Arctic Overshoes 98 Ladies 4 Queen Ouality 298 Ladies 350 Queen Quality 269 Ladies 3 Queen Quality 239 Ladies 250 Shoes 190 Ladies 2 Shoes 149 Ladies 150 Shoes 119 Ladies Arctic Overshoes 69 Heavy Every Day Shoes Best in the World the city will meet every Thursday afternoon Miss Jessie Bradyt till entertain the club on Thu sdny from 2 to 5 Henry Bandy won the five dollar piece for having the best hand of tobacco And Lnvrence Speaks the pocketknife that was given away Mr J D Ashcrnft on last Saturday- C C Smith was called to Big Spring last week to see his father who is sick Haynes Treut spent last week I in Louisvhle buying his new stock of igoods i i iMis + Lillian Stith of Gus nn is th guest of rtlHtlves Misses Tula Lockard and Mary Brown went to Louisville Thursday toI seeUpolly of the Circus at Ma cauleys I Mrs Louis H Jolly entertained last T iu sday evening with a delightfulj I I party for her brothers James Owen Miss L B MrGlothlnti has returnc to Louisville after spending the holidays with Mr and Mrs T N Me Gbthlan Miss Mary Nevitt will return Thurs day to Sacred Heart Academy whce she Is attending school after Hpeu the holidays with Mr and Mrs Jrio Nevitt at Basin Springs Robert Lyons attended the BeardI Skillman wedding at Hardius urft TuesdayMMrs W J Plggott entertained nt a watch party on New Year s eve The Louse was effectively decorated Iin Christmas bells and holly after the J games a Swedish lunch was served jj which caused much merriment Mrs t Piggott was assisted in receiving b ytorsher sisters Mrs Miller of Indianapolis t and Mrs Mather of Louisville leDrt the Capital to assume his duties a- Represcttive s of Breckenridge County I Miss Gladyse Hansel of Louisvill- fs visiting Mrs A T Adkins y Sprinisg r Mrs Nora Board and children arcJ rromHardlnsburg jt vMrKirk spent several days with Mrs T ff- R BJythe last week Jno Waller left Wednesday forI IJj l Miss Mary Smith has returned toIfGuston after being the guest of h sister Mrs Neweona GardnerM r4 I Mr and Mrs Con Bland arrived here 1 lust Monday from Carlisle Ind to be the guest of Mrs IHands parents Mr and Mrs Lockard Call the Irvington meat market Cum 1 Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats guaranbyJ M Herndon has sold his house on JMaple Street to Mike Crahen Hiid he will move at once consideration nu known Miss Beulah Mud will return to Bowling Green this week to finish here course at the Normal after spending the holidays with Mrs J M Mudd Misses Claudie and Maggie Bandy entertained their club with a fortytws P arty lust Thursday afternoon The decorations of both the house and tables were emblematic of the season and were very pretty Mrs R E Hays arrived last week from Hodgensvillo for au indefinite Miss Mary Payne of Bewleyville was the guest of Miss Eva Payne lost week Sell your produce bids s and furs to the Irvington Produce Co 6Newsom Gardner has a big special1 sale advertised this week There are many good bargains Read his ad and call on him jj iss Sue Bandy etthe1 warehousej possessing anftj 1 Mr and Mrs Emmett Jordan wi ave tonight for Hale Missouri whore r will make their borne herhomegeeS D C Heron loft Saturday for Louis uledChild ate and Mrs Henry Yeager have re weekisita cashforofLouisvilleColemanlastyou owe taxes you had better ar Milkersays Before adyertifling 1 rFI Shirts 150 Wilson Bros Shirt 119 1 Wilson Bros Shirt 79 75c Shirts 49 50c Shirts 39 Hats Stetson Hatsr 298 350 HaYr 248 3 Hat 198 250 Hat 148 2 Hat 125 All Underwear 333 Per Cent Off Goceriestpounds Granulated Sugar goodsHominy 06IFlour ALL I Come Early while You can be Fitted Everything adver Used Bring ad with you Prices for Cash or only Ky HOLIDAYS IRVINGTON WareHouseHenry WcavcrI PAYERS ioro May Schoolf Ounninghamt Ifriends Oaklandd Dowellc j YoH President CashierI0 SKILLMAN Asst Cashier pJ THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE ii BANKi f 1872t oJ j3S years of honorable to iits credit It has passed through three panics and paid every IAnper cent on Time Deposits fDIRECTORS rA Sl flitntBowmorJnoall STEPHENSPORT If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour J T Basham came home from Bowl ing Green to spend the holidays Mr and Mrs F C Ferry and son spent a few days with their parents lastl week returning to Louisville Wed nesday Grandma Dowell is ImprovingbMiss Corine Conn left for Beuchel iin Jefferson county where she is teaching after spending the holidays with Mr and Mrs Pike Conn Otis Dowell has charge of the telegraph office at this place E C Atkin son left Saturday He has a on the L N road Miss Ida Waggoner of Hites Run has 11wWagnor Miss Rosa Lou Ditto was the guest o Miss Pauline Moorman Saturday and undayLMP and Mrs Godfrey Haswell an of Hardinsburg were Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins Sun dayLittle Miss Marion Dlx met with a very painful accident while skating last inhi Mrs Gco Driskeland children have returned from Louisville Miss Pauline Moorman ctttertatae- the Fortytwo club Friday evenings R A Smith was Louisville one day last week iMiss TJnzer of Owensboro is the r rt I Jt 4 19 j I 6 Bars Soap any kind 25 20c CoffeeNNN 16 Beans per pound 04 r 3 cans Beans 25 i 02 Daily Bread T I B u I i of in guest of her uncte Chas Tinius Mrs Jane is ill at this write lJug Mrs Warner and children are in the iIfyou want tote best flour buy the BEST patent flour Miss Louise is in Har ins urg the guest ot Miss Hannah Beard Mrs J C Bolton spent a few days iin last week with Miss Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of have returned home alto P E Miss Annie Seaton of was the guest of Mrs Emma last eek Mrs D C has returned I Miss Mable Hoskins is i ni Robert of tIwas the guest of her mother lust week sari Mrs Walker Brown of w were guests of her parents last w a guest of her mother J and Mrs Fisher of ly with Mrs Arthur Smith Tommie Allen is the visitpr at the homo of Mrs John Miss Sylvia school close d r 1n un 69c CALICO 43A These Produce forHRrdh1 locationIIIa PointBrick dayslast BOWJIEH dealing Frymire Deicknwn visiting country GLENDEANE Lewisport Moorman Louisville Henretta Callaba Irv- Ington AirsnDempster Louisville Mattingly Moorman BetvleYvtllef visiting NnikedBrownIsMrs Glasscock Cloverport Lei- sPMr eekMiss spentEery ForclsvlilodRockvale Sunday pleasant Lancaster Mattinglya Babbages liCli i J It Old PostOffice Building J 3 Cans Standard Tomatoesj3 Cans Standard Sugar Corn 2 3 Cans Standard Pumpkin r2 JunePeasr Jji 7 e 1 lJ2 Dozen Large Sweet PiCkleS7tt 1 Extra Heavy Broom JS 4 Pairs Mens Heavy Hose fir 2 Pounds Extra Fine CoffeeZ5 Pounds Good Lard J 1 jf i I J tIt d I tJotII 1Bi Irish Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Ctt a bage Onions Beans Fresh Pprfcl BRING THIS AD WITH M last Friday at Rockvale bill jHi will leave for Owensborooaa f enter a business college DesOwensboro week the guaets of thttir pareribL j ct I