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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y T- j 1 1 THE BRECKBNRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1910 8 Pages a NO 41 II DAWNING OF GOOD THINGSI FOR THE CITY OF CLOVERPORT J Enthusiastic Councilmen Are Taking The Inter ests Of The Town Seriously And Are Mak ing Efforts To Get Fire Protection And Other Conveniences 4 COMMITTEE EXAMINES ENGINES Thursday Cloverport sent a cpmmit tee of men to New Harmony and Howell Ind to inspect fire engines with a view of buying one for this city Those who went were the following members of the council L T Reid Chas Hook Henry Yeager Henry Sol brig Marshal DeHaven Wick De Haven and Wilt Pate also went They will make a report at the next meeting WHO SAID CLOVER PORT WOULD 1 NOT HAVE ICE Ten Ton Machine Ordered by Cloverport Ice Co and Will be Installed in the Ice I Plant at Once GOOD COMPANY ORGANIZED Saturday the Cloverport Ice ComI pany was organized in this city withII the following officers J A Barry president and general manager DrI Simons vicepresident H A OelzeII treasurer Marion Weatherholt secre tary The board of directors include the same men and Ed Whitehead The company has ordered machinery and it will be installed at once in the ice plant on Second street in Breck enridge Addition i They are planning a big business and will furnish ice to all the towns on the Henderson Route and the M H E R R Tne citizens are delighted with the now company Dr Chas Lightfoot Becoming A Favorite After having been here only a short while Dr Chas Lightfoot a brother iofr Forrest Lightfoot Is winning many friends in Cloverport and is estab lishing a good practice His mother bas arrived to make her home here with Mm Miss Moorman Better Tile many friends of Miss KatherineI of the City Council and there is a great I promise for a real fire protection for this place Marshal DeHaven says the council men are very strong for the engine and are determined to get one for the town Cloverport now has the best show it has ever had for water works and a fire department and all the citizens are anxious that the plans will not fail Moorman of Louisville will be glad to learn that she is improving She has been ill several days at her home in Louisville Taking the Census Miss Blanch Jolly is busy taking the census io the IrvingtonBewleyville district She made the highest per cent in the census examination given by the county Miss Jolly is quick and accurate and along with those she is agreeable at all times- Successful Teacher Miss Dee Basham went to Greenville last Wednesday to spend the weekend Miss Basham is now teaching at Webster She Is most interested inI her work and always has success with her schools Returns Home Mrs Emma Stites Sippel and little daughter Elizabeth Jiaye returned toI their home in Louisville after a lengthy visit to relatives In Tennessee Mrs Sippel was accompanied home by her grandmother Mrs Owen Big Lamb Sale The firm of Jenkins Nail of Vine Grove has purchased 500 limbs fromI R P Glasscock to be delived between now and July 1st The price paid was 8c per hundred Elizabethtown News Snow in Cloverport Monday snow fell in Cloverport just a thin sheet was thrown over the streets that night but that was un usual for April 10 Yesterday was damp and cold J Goes to Newport W B Hen erson Is expected soon for a visit to relatives at Webster Mr Henderson has had the address of his paper changed from Danvers Mass to 78 Church street Newport R I I111R1 CORRECT DESIGNS IN I MILLINERY At the most remarkable val Iues ever seen on Fourth Avenue are given by I ALICE B HICKEY t Louisville Ky H It Your orders for Miss Alices hats will be gtien f personal attention Dt ii i I Miss AddreGraham Ditto v 1223 South Brook I Louisville Kentucky e i Q JD Of I rf I r1 rI t k GLENDEANE GIRL I WEDS IN OKLAHOMA Miss Arrie Robertson And All J John D Work Marry Wed lug A Surprise To Ken tucky Friends TAKE SOUTHERN BRIDAL TRIP f In the presence of a few relatives yes terday afternoon April 0 about 430 Rev J H Boyett of the local Baptist church performed the ceremony which united In holy wedlock Miss Arrie Rob ertson of Glendeane Ky and Mr John D Work of this city Immediately after the nuptial the couple repaired to the Katy depot and departed on the Flyer for New Orleans where they will spend a portion of their honeymoon They will visit points in Kentucky be fore returningsome time in June The bride who has become one of the most popular young ladles of this section has been visiting here since last summer with her sister Mrs E E Fuller during which time Miss Robertson made a host of friends who all joinI in wishing the newly wedded pair an abundance of happiness The groom is an ambitious young I man who has established a large trade in the cotton business and who is well liked by all who know himDurant Oklahoma paper f The bride is the accomplished and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas 1 Robertson of Glendeane and a cousin t of C V Robertson of Hardinsburg She is one of the most popular teachers of this county having taught several terms in her home neighborhood Congratulations are extended to the lucky Okiahomaian who has won such a prize Iin a like partne- rFRENCHS SENSATION INigger Snowball a Winner Olc TimeShow Boat Breaks the MonptonyAnother Thursday Frenchs Sensation put on a goodl show Monday night at this port Really in some respects it was above the average being clean and upto dateThe girls were fairly goodlooking and had fresh wardrobes One young womanthe girl in the picture frame was very pretty and had a sweet voice that was minus of that showboat whineSnowball the coon was the star the clog dancer was clover and the baby actress won the hearts of the audience A perfectly good show all right was Frenchs Greater New York Thursday tomorrow evening the show boat Greater New Yorkwill- be I at this port Frenchs manager gave it advanced advertising and it promises to be perfectly good Party Disappointed The wreck on the L H St L train disappointed a bunch of young people Monday They started to the home of Mrs John Nevitt at Basin Springs where they were assured a splendid time and a good dinner Those invited were Miss Claycomb of Lou aville Mrs Nell Marshall Miss Clauiia Bandy and Mrs O F Brite Called To New York State Mr and Mrs James B Randall of Louisville were called to Narrow burg N Y to see her mother Mrs FnrnallI who Is critically ill Here Last Week Mr and Mrs Thos Rogers of near Glendeane were m town last week shoPPing Mr Rogers says there not be a big acreage of tobacco planted in his neighborhood this spring but there will be a splendid quality Critically III Hardinsburg April 19CSpecial R A Shellman Exjailor of this county is critically ill at his home on Fourth street His death is expected- at any time Large Sale J E Muuford of Irvington sold to Dowell Ashcraft lest week 40 head e sheep and 25 latuba for 400 U o 1 A I DEATH COMES TO MORRIS BELKNAP Prominent Business Man Of Ken tuckyOnce A Candidate For Governor Of The State FIFTYTIIREE YEARS OF AGE Louisville Ky AprIl13Col Morris- B Belknap once the Republican can didate for Governor of Kentucky and one of the most prominent businessmen in the state died late today aged fiftythree years The physicians believe that Col Bel knap contracted blood disease of which he died while serving as lIe tenant colonel of the First Kentucky regi ment in Porto Rico during the Spanish American war Mr Belknap was a member of the Belknap Hardware company The funeral will be held on Friday at 3 oclock at the house The burial at Cave Hillwill be private The pall bearers will be Oscar Fenley Cliff John W Price William Hey I burn Rogerc Smith Helm Bruce Col Andrew Cowan and Judge Randolph Blaine v Delighted With the West Mrs Litha Ann Keenan has returned from a visit to relatives in Kansas and Oklahoma Sho was delighted with her western trip and thinks that coun try is great Mr Johnson Better Wm Johnson who got one of his shoulders hurt while working at the Henderson Route shops last week iIs better He is atthe home of his daugh ter Mrs Wm LasUett FINE RIVERMAN Is Capt Jesse Singleton Who Has Been Busy At This Port During The Last Two Weeks Monday morning the large tow boat Dreddrick left for Green River after spending ten days at this point loading six barges of logs The captain Jesse A Singleton of Mauckport Ind made a number of good friends while in this city He is a splendid river man and knows his business thoroughly He had a crew of ten men and they work hard from morning until night Capt Singletons stay here was fine for the merchants as he and his people lived high when it come to having good things to eat Mail Orders Given Best Attention When ordering tickets from Macaul eys Theatre Louisville write to Mr Pope and you may be assured that youI playIPope is accommodating to strangers and always takes an interest In giving each man hisI moneys worth Funeral of Mr Glas cock The funeral took place today of the late Mr George D Glasscock one of the oldest and most prominent farmers In this section of the country Mr Glasscock has been a lifelongJ Methodist and also a Mason many years and the funeral was In charge of McDaniels Lodge No 815 F A M of which the deceased ll was a member at the time of his death Dr Mather of Haidineburg was inI charge of the ceiemonies and Rev A P Lyon Presiding Elder of the Elizabeth town District of the Methodist Episcopal Church South conducted the services- in the Church and preached the sermon after which the body was escorted to the Cemetery by a large body of Masons who assisted Dr Mather iin the render lug of the impressive ritual at thegrave 11side A very large audience assembled to do honor to the memory of the deceasedI gentleman who was widely respected as a good man v McDauiels April 14 Suffer By Fire The meat house of EdL Pato burned early last Wednesday morning and the loss was 600 They lost 700 pounds ofr meat and several farming implements- Mr and Mrs Pate had accomplished soI much on their farm during the last year and the fire was a great loss to them The origin Is u known I y 1q I i For makingline Ii pr plain food equally valuable and saving Indispensable For Home Baking JULIUS NOLTE Has Great Faith in Cloverport Expects a New Era and Thinks Its Beginning Is Here Julius Nolte one of the leading merchants of of this city said to a representative of The News Monday morning that he thought that Cloverport was taking on new life His expression was prompted by the great interest shown by Mayor Barry and other citizens in the business mens meeting to Saturday morning He said prospects are better now than ever before for a good town and are good business The citizens are all striving to boost Cloverport instead of crying it down Dr Forest Lightfoot Has Just Received New Machine Last week the handsom new anto mobile that Dr Forrest Lightfoot bought 1he11PI Suunday Dr Lightfoot and Mrs Light foot and daughter Jane Miss Cooper of Huwesville and little Miss Mary Mc Gavock took a spin over the pike to flaidiusburg where they were guests at dinner with Mr and Mrs Herbert BeardDr Lightfoot is nn exceedingly busy man besides his medical1 practice lie has a large farming interest and ho expects his machine to be a source of great convenience to him- Notice Notice is hereby given that the uu dersigned has been duly appointed re ceiver by the Breckonridge Circuit Court for the KentuckyIndiana Nat ural Gas OU Company incorporated and all parties indebted to said cor poration will at once and before the 16th day of May 1910 come forward and settle their indebtedness with said receiver and all parties and persons having claims against said corpora tion will present same properly proven and sworn to as provided by law to said receiver on or bnfore said date LEE WALLS Receiver Hardlnsburg Ky Aged Man Falls In Cellar And Fractures Collar Bone IOharles Casperke Sr eighty five yeajs old of Brandenburg Ky thought someone was trying to rob the cellar at the home of his son Charles Casperke Jr I manager of the Cumberland Telephone Company on West front street Friday night and cautiously opened the kitchen door to investigate Mistaking the direction from which a light came he stepped forward and plunged headforemost into the cellar The younger man had taken a light and gone to inspect a drainage pipe In the fall the aged man suffered a racture of htscollar bone two bad cuts on the head a dislocation af the thumb and less serious injures lIe was car ried out of the cellar by his son and his wife and Dr It N Flynn was called to attend him The Senior Mr Casperke mil wife are visiting the others While his age is against him it is the opinion of Dr Flynn that the injured man wit ecoyer Louisville Herald If the best Is not too good for you LCWl ughtto useoI I j 1 F X THE OLD RELIABLE Breckenride Bank Makes Futher Progress These Fine Spring Days We are informed by the management this rockribbed old institution that their deposits have increased more than 30000 since the first of the year This is indeed an encouraging report and shows the confidence which so many years of conservative management have inspired in the people They like do business where they knowthe y art safe The Board of Directors of this bank substantial business men who are well known for their financial strength and integrity Mr Pate III John W Pate of Hardinsburg has been very ill for the last two weeks His sons J P Pate R L Pate of Henderson A A Pate of Kirk and daughter Mrs A J Pate of Clover Creek wore called to his bedside Mr friends regret to hoar that ho ill As the News goes to press word is received of the death of Mr Pate Goose Bone Hangs High Dear Mr Babbage You will find enclosed 1 for another years sub- scrIption to The News All is well la Oklahoma and the goose bone hangs high Poor Uncle Joe did get a hard fall In Congress but they havent got your uncle so badly down but what hm will be heard from again Yours respectfullyEdgar on RedforkiOkla Baptist Churclj Rev W Farmer will hold morning services at the BaptistChurch every Sec and and Fourth Sundays arid will havt evening services every Sunday Mr farmer has another charge near Owens boreD 0 N T FAIL To Attend the Opening of i Cloverport Millinery Co Wednesday Apr 20 ro Mr Casporko represent ins the largest wholesale house in tho West will display 100 beautiful patterns all tho latest Parisian models MRS POLK i lyianager I L lifC q J Q n 1 Electric BittersSucceed vrticn everything else Jails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUULE it Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE A PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky Send Us Your Name TV7E have a good money making proposition and want to tell you about it Write today for particulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO C30 Broadway NEW YORK N V I irKFOR1I i iii JiJJThe Bank of Hardinsburg IiI Trust Co JJI0QJ = tIe Deli HOORIY1AN Attorney al Law JHARDINSBURQ KY theCourtstier Special attention given to collection road cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOffice THE LOUISVILLE i 1 J TIMES FOR 1910 I l BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER cular price of lHEt1110I t 1 ISLOdYmrf you Will v500 a + Is yousandcan gotyThe Breckenridge Hews AND TII- ELouisville Times jjBOTH ONE YEARiJ i ji s t I For Only 450j The Louisville iTlmes 14 The Best Afternoon t Paper Printed Auywhenj Thasti I the best corps of curs resppndonts j iII 4 Covers the Kentucky fieC IIperfectly Covers the general novels field completely j Has the best and fullest i markets reportsttt I i i fair to j Send Your Subscri 11rotion Right Away thislpapernot to Tno Louisville Times r r GOOD EARTH ROADS II Cheaper Than Other Highways and Easy to Build GOOD DRAINAGE A NECESSITY It IsI One of the Principal Points In Making a Good Dirt RoadwayThey- Are Preferred In Many Sections of the United States Long ago I became convinced that ift we were to have good roads in our da and generation wo must seek some oth er methods of doing the work andI some other material than macadam For while stone roads have and per haps always will have an adaptationI for certain districts on account oft tho lack of facilities for good drain age which is one of tho principal1i points In the construction of earthI roads or where the character of th soli is such that good earth roads can not be made or for thoroughfaresI where the travel is great and the valu atlon high enough fo stand the taxa tion tho expense Is far too great toI make them practicable for even al small proportion of nit the roads It must bo remembered that no mat ter how good a stone toad Is construct ed there is a certain amovnt of wear and tear each day and month and year t I It From Good noads Magazine New York A TYPICAL RURAL EARTH ROAD The amount of this wear has been found by experience to be from one fourth to onehalf inch n year Others have figured It at only two thirds of a cubic yard per year Wo also have the experience of city street making With all of their great valuation to tax cities havo fount 1 It burdensome to keep up good paved or macadamized streets Mind I am not speaking against mac ndamlzed roads They are so far as our knowledge of roadmaklng now I goes the one thing for thoroughfares or other places where the valuation I will afford them without burdensome taxation And ninny of such placesII throughout the United States prefer the well built dirt road What we want Is good roads now and the ques 1 lion Is how to make them with what money Is available and 1 think It Is the wrong pulley for n township thaiI has only from 0000 to 10000 a year to spend on roods to Jay It all out on Ethecould be kopt up over the whole town I slip with the same money or less Tho solution of this 1 am convinced Is In learning how to inake earth roudsG believe Unit by proper methods of roadmaklng tile earth roods especial 2i- Ily in places where the nature of the soil and the facilities for good drainage pre favorable cnn be madn and kept ns good us or better on the average ban tile stone road mud at but a frac lion of the cost The nature of thC oil and the fuclli ties for drainage pre l0 varied that it Impossible to lay dawn any one rule or method of roadmaldng At Sonia places nothing but macadam will do but there pre many many other places whore the earth roads can be undo equally good In fact In places where 1 the soil Is Just rightthat is porous enough to let the water through and yet tenacious enough to pack and not 1 become dusty and Uie drainage nat urally good the earth road Is the very best that can be made And most soils will In a large degree take on the qual ties necessary for good roadmaklng 1 after good drainage Is effected J G j Homsher In Good Hon l Advocate Saved From The Grave I had about given up hope after nearly 4 years of suffering from a severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be almost unberable and I could not d any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medi cine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever Ingrippe asthma croup bron chitis and hemorrhages hoarsness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try It 50C and 100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Petroleum as a Disinfectant Petroleum as a disinfectant for chocking the spread of plague is ad vocated by some medical officers In lndlflIt is pointed out that during the pestllonco that swept Europe long ago the oil regions of Baku were tun touched although in the surrounding county 60 per cent of tho population perished Lorcho who visited Baku in 1735 wrote It IB quite likely that tho fact that tho Black Death did not touch Baku was duo to petroleum rThe Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most d u ptiv deaths are caused i itheartdisii pneumoniaheart apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowedtoadvancethekidneypoison cd blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back nervous yHess dizzinesslslceplessncss break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant of being compelled to go often through the day sad to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy eis soot 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 ball 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 SwampRoot tf you do you will be disappointed ART AT 600 A SQUARE INCH That Price Has Been Demanded for Drawing by the Famous Leonardo da Vinci Let no one say that art docs not pay when right in Fifth avenue it Is offered at 1600 the square inch which Is considerably more than tho lots that front in that exclusive thorough faro would bring Stroll into the new galleries at jjSGv and in a dingy little frame with several other patches you will see a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci in red chalk It Is only 314 inches square and taking out the trimming of its upper corners it contains ten square inchesThe price Is 6000 It Is entitled Tie Mead of a Young Man and I small as1 jt Is tho skill of the Italian painter inspires every line of the tiny masterpieceThere not far away a small draw Ing by Rembrandt which Is there through the courtesy of the now own er who bought It for 16000 before the dealers had a chanco to hang It and has permitted it to remain in tho show Tho drawing partly in sepia and here and there With a touch of crayon was intended as a study for a painting and is entitled Christ and the Two Apostles It Is eight by ten Inches New York HeraletI Worse Than Bullets Bullets hove often caused less suffer ring to soldiers then the eczema L Wjj Burlington Me got in the army Had autleretlwith forty years nut Buckleus Arnica Salve cured me whoa all else fueled he writes healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Buena Cuts Wountib Bruises aud Piles 5c at Severs Drug Store TEACHING THE YOUNG WIVES City Grocers with an Eye to Their Own Interests Show Them How to Arrange rcebox Even grocers are taking a hand Ins j tho education of young housewives said the pretty New Yorlt woman E l did my first marketing last week The grocer knew I was green When I had finished buying he said Now do you know bow to ar range things In your icebox to the test advantage- I said I was afraid I didnt Ho called a young man from the rear of i the store James he said when you dellveir this basket of things will you show the lady the most economical arrange ment of her refrigerator Fifteen minutes later whltoapronadi James was turning my ico chest UP- side down He made a place for every thing and said it ought to bo kopti there no matter how small the Icebox The meats for example should always come between tho milk and butter and the fruit and salads When he finished my refrigerator held about twice as much as I had been able to got Into it Another wondrops phaso of the situation was that James refused a tip Wo make it point ho said of showing customers tho proper ar ran ement of an iceoh- estChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA No Royalties Called Baby Ono noteworthy feature about royal ties is that none have been called baby From their earliest years the royal children arq always palled by their names or possibly by some pot name but an English prince or princess is never called baby either urseslFromcalled sir by his attendants and a princess mada- mSubscribe today a i=KAFFIRS AS SERVANTS An American Womans Housekeeping Experiences In South Africa I never shall forget the names my KnlHr boys topic1 Bald a Avoniun who kept house several years In South Africa where her husband was manager of a mine When the Kalflr come from the kraals no one eve uses their native names As soon as they are brought in contact with the whites they take a wblto name This produces results which are not lacking In humor Among the house boys Knife Fork and Spoon were common names Table Chair Watch Carriage and Matchbox wero other names that I had In tho house ut varl ous times My butler rejoiced In stately appellation of New One 1 was when tho slang phrase Thats a new one on me was going about One of my house boys took the utili tarian name of lIam and Eggs The Kafllrs are very fond of rice when they learn to eat it among tho whites and our stable boy thought ho had found tho nicest name in the world in Rice But the Kafllrs have tho same difficulty as the Chinese in pronouncing the letter II so poor Rico always called himself Lice Ono duy tie wife of one of the car penters sent down to the compound for a new kitchen boy The boy had hoard one expression In frequent use at tho mine It struck him as euphonious and pleasing and when sho asked him what his name was ho calmly replied Dam Fool WhJ1 cant call you that said she horrlfled Ill call you Joseph The boy flew into a rage lie said Dam Fool was n ininochllc gum a nice name und If he could not have that name he would not work for her lie was so stubborn about it that she had either to use the uamo or to send him back to the compound Eventual ly she kept him and she told me that it was a relief to her feelings some times to have a kitchen boy answer Ing to Just that name The Kalurs arc very Imitative and will cook a dish exactly ns they have been taught But I never could quite bring myself to cat Kafllr cooking It is apt to be weird- I had an English housekeeper who did the cooking Once she went down to Johannesburg for a weeks vacation and her head assistant Candle was promoted to the position of chef Ono night fordinner he brought In a des sert of baked custard It looked per fectly conventional but when I tasted it I thought for a moment that 1 was In the clutches of a nightmare It seems that Caudle had flavored the pudding with Worcestershire sauce instead of vnnllln Poor Candle was quite crestfallen at our reception of the dish Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause Chronic constipation Joans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 26c Ask your JangKlst for them The Sitting Room Hall The hall seen In the illustration Is nf charming example of what may be done in nrtlstlc ftlrnishlugs There Is nothing symmetrical about the ar angcmcutr and this in itself Is a grew y y V v y y relief Then the simple way In which ihe floor and walls are trer ted gives a feeling of repose that Is v LY grateful Possibly thq greatest change In house furnishings In tho early twentieth century was the revival of the Bitting room hall which Is steadily growing in favor A healthy man is a king of his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound healthkeeps you well Mending With Plaster In lieu of drawing tho torn edgo of a dress together with silk thread or oven with frayed threads of tho material an excellent plan lies in your medicine chestThat sounds a trifle startling to the needle worker but listen A piece of court plaster will form a good working basis upon which a comparatively invisible reparation can be made If the tear bo on the plain width tho skirt should be laid upon a table the edges pulled together and pinned down und finally the strip of court plaster applied A hot Iron will press tho edges together and tho frayed threads should bo cut away as a finishing touch 1- i l STRING EMBROIDER I Charming Results Obtained With Extremely Primitive Materials TRIMMINGSr The Sewing Necessary Is Simply Satin Stitch Shading Obtained With Darker Linen For Applique and Light String For Outline Cord Of the new embroideries and tancyI stitches which havo been evolved by the sudden revival of artistic needlework astonishing results are offered primitivetas coarse stringAt recent exhibition held in Paris by the Salon des Artistes Francais tho greatest piece of attraction was without doubt the magnificent portiere cushion covers and dress trimmings exhibited by a woman artist This artist for indeed it requires the soul of an artist to produce such workshowed what could bo done with these rough and ordinary materials By the clever manipulation of a piece of coarse linen and a ball of string L milI CUSHION IN STRING EMBROIDERY beautiful landscapes are produced Country scenery sea waves and the picture of n cottage were exhibited as a result of the clever invention The artistic taste of the worker IB I brought Into full play as the color ot tho work Is necessarily grayish fawd and talent and a sense of beauty are needed to create the beautiful and simple lines which harmonize with the materials employed A drawing Iis traced on a foundation of linen in the usual way and after the linen has been well stretched on a frame the outlines already traced are followed with different strings which are couched and stitched down thickest strings being used for the outside of the large conventional designs flower leaves etc while the veinIng of the leaves the Inside of the flowers and the shading of the general design Is worked by the thinner strings The sewing necessary Is slmplft satin stitch always remembering to cross the cord at right angles and at regular inter vals although sometimes buttonhole stitch Is used by reason of the firmer edge it gives to the work Shading is obtained by using darker tones of linen for tho appliques and n lighter shade of string for the outline cordThe cushion illustrated represents a charming pattern of umbelliferous flowers among which a spider has woven Its web the thin threads of which decorate lightly the middle of tho design leaving the Important part of the work on the border The conventional scrolls of the corners are worked In applique lighter pieces of linen being cut Into shape and placed on the foundation These pieces of linen are cut with very sharp scissors as the linen has a great tend ency to fray and securedIn position on the work by steel pins stuck through in an upright position and then firmly tacked To cover the raw edge of the linen applique and to form a bold outline couched flue cord is used but when doing work of this kind great care must bo taken in stitching this fine cord so as to grip the raw edge of the applique sufficiently to keep It downII yet not enough to allow It to show un der the cord outside the line of the do sign The cord must bo sewed down with very fine linen thread of exactly the same color beginning from right to left and from outside the outline in ward the cord being held in such a way as to keep It oven The fine veining of the leaves In thett cushion Is done in dark fine string thBtemjrof the umbelliferous flowers and the spiderweb Incdticke4cordof different shades and thicknesses A givenbysoma t string each little peal being done In gymbfbideredThe beauty of tho new needlework Is that tt can be applied as yell to the ornamentation of htfavy Curtains and other furniture draperies as to the dainty and delicate trimmings used for evening dresses tShe Knew How to CookCThe Countess of OollorcdoManscld I in Rome is an American girl who has set tho fashionable people of tho HolyII City talking nbout her cooking Recently her cook did not suit her at aliIand sho went into the kitchen andjj cooked n meal herself that showed tho cook that she knew what she wasII talking about and would have to havoC what sho wanted A Guarded Answer Cook angrily See here you little imp did yon tako that cake off the shelfSmall Boy won of nn attorney I de cline to nnswan any questions until X have conferred with my lawyer J- n a Q u 131 1 J vw For Sale A PAYING BUSINESS at Elizabethtown Ky Having bought the Ice Factory at Ellzabethtown Ky which re quires all our attention we de sire to sell our Feed Wpod and easybusiness can be found We did last year a 36000 business All fixtures and stock will invoice about 1 500 or 2000 in other words we more than turned our money every month If interested call and investigate or write us Brown Bros- Elizabethtown Ky I IA Picture of Father andr Mother How it would delight your children how it vouldpleasp your friends 1 Brabandt Studio 1 Clqverport Ky i At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday Insurance Written Either Fire or lifeii I take acknowledgements to all kinds of papers fl deeds mortgages etc All kinds of affidavits prepar cd in legal form Contracts Deeds Mortgages Land Leases Notes t Bonds I Surety BondsIprepared Official Papers prepared in Bankruptcy proceedings The Collection of Notes and accounts promptly at tended to Corporation Articles Part nership Agreements ac curately prepared We do business anywhere and in all the courts and our office is equipped with loga documents of all descriptions Jl VG Babbage Atty Clbvefport Ky q A WONDERFUL SNAKE It Defiedthe Attacks ot the Sirpent Killing Iguana V Snakes on the pampas of S tth America havo many enemies Burrowing owls feet on theanti had so do herons and storks which kill them with a blow drthelr JaieUV beaks The tyrant bird picks up the young snake by the tan and flying to a branch or stone uses the reptile as a flail until Its life Is battered out Tho large liz and o tpainptth ttialgiiriIa i Il l s famous snake killer ITsmlfcea tho snake to death with its powerful toll Mr Hadsta ih iiia Naturalist In La Pla ta tells this story Ode daya friendof mine was riding outlb6klng1af ter hid cattle One end of hIs lasso was attached to his saddle and the remainder of tho forty foot llBe was allowed to trail on the ground mhe ti ohceda lareiguanalying apparently nsleoPalet although ho rode within a few Inches It Sid not stir But rid sooner had tho rider Pasty ed than the trolling lasso attracted the lizards attention It dashed after the slowly moving rope and dealt It a succession of violent blows with its toll When the whole of the lasso several yards of Which had been pound + ed In vain had passed by the Iguana with uplifted head gazed after It wjth astonishment Never had such a wonderful snake crossed its path before f NOTICE When sending a news item io ihs rf flee pjease make it as brief as fojf so we can stave room for aUtll4m Telephone us your localsl and ileitis t interest Editor c t Iw RfiADS MADE OF OIL AND GRAVEL They Are Very Durable For Heavy Traffic I MEANS OF CONSTRUCTING ONE I Much Care Required In the Selection of Stonea Used Keen Judgment In Mixing Heating and Spreading the Substances Is Necessary For Best Results Roll Road Thoroughly Tho highway commission In the stat ot Massachusetts desired to construeIi graveduringI Ing4jectlca of tho state highway th- afin t a dilapidated condition was se lected for the experiment The oldI surface was loosened up with steam1 roller plqks then shaped up with shov nI steauMeertopthJ otherwise to prevent crawling or way Ingot the bituminous gravel surface f Tho surfacing which is really an oilI mixture followed and consisted of sev B grades of compositions designed toJ determine as far as possible the com parative proportions of materials thati would give the best results They found a gravel pit near by and started to work at once The kettles for heating were set up on the road near tho pit and tho mixing done there The gravel was screened separated Into three sizes and the stones over ono Inch wcro thrown out as being too large About eighteen gallons of oil per cubic yard of gravel were used The oil and asphalt wero heated separate ly In kettles from 300 to 400 degrees P asphalt being generally hotter than th oil care being taken not to burn by overheating in the kettles The kettles used for this purpose were of two patterns both practically designed by the highway commission The one used for heating the oil had a capaci ty of 300 gallons and the two for beating asphalt a capacity of 125 gallons Tho gravel and sand were also heat ed separately by means of thin Iron smokestacks laid on the ground with Wood Ores The stacks were about ten feet long and laid In groups of four about eighteen inches apart and paral lei with each other The screened skid or gravel was thrown over them to a depth of about one foot and after being heated to a temperature approximately of 225 degrees F the stacks with the tire In them were lifted out of tho heated gravel or sand laid down in another place and again covered with the mineral to be heated The mixing of the oil gravel and sand was done by hand shoveling on wooden or steel rnixlnc olatforms the wooden at first hut on the steel which was much better requiring less labor The heated slued and gravel In tho above proportion were measured out on the platform by means of a measuring box Hot oil In small quantities per I AN IDEAL HIGHWAY OF OIL AND GI1AVGL From Good Honda Magazine New YorKJJ haps oliothird of the required amount was thrown over the hot mineral turned over once then the full amount of oil added nod turned then the full quantity of asphalt added and thor oughly mixed until practically no sand could be seen that was not thoroughly coated and there were no lumps and thccomplcted mixture was ready to be shoveled into the carts and hauled to the road aftI er reaching the road in the carts was from 150 to 250 degrees F It wire shoveled from the carts into place or dumped upon a dumping board and shoveled back Into place The best re dlJbecause there was less cooling One man could do all the spreading All the courser stones wero carefully raked ahead into the bottom so as to re duce as far as possible the voids on tho surface The most careful spread log was given and a ten ton roller followed directly after the material was spreadTo the most perfect results teaming should bo kept off fur a period which need not be longer than twenty four hours after spreading when the rolling would be completed The Call Of The Blood for purification finds voice in pimples boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the sklnaU signs ot liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear kin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at Severs Drui Store Use of a Drag on Gravelly Roads In soils full of loose stones or even small bowlders the drag has done good service The loose stones arc drawn into a windrow down the center of the road while the earth Is de posited around the bowlders In such n way that the surface Is leveled The loose stones In tho center of the road should of course DO removed Where there Is a large proportion of small stones or gravel the drag vtW keep down the Inequalities In the sur face A STORY OF BLUCHER The Old General Gave His Son aLoe- s n In Gaming Speaking of military men who were gamblers Ralph NcvIU in Light Come Light Go titter noting that Napoleon only played in an amateur way and never seriously and that the Duke of Wellington while u member of vjrviiv fords famous gambling club was not particularly fond of play goes on to relate the following about Blucher Another great soldier on the other hand repeatouly lost large sums at play This was Blueher who wtis In ordinately fond of gambllii Much to his disgust this passion c fs Inherited by his salt who lind often to be rebuked by his fntlifi for Ids visits to the gaming table and was given ninny a wholesome lecture upon his youth and Inexperience and the consequent certainty of loss by coming In contact with older and snore practiced gum biers One morning however young Blu- Cher presented himself before his far titer and exclaimed with an air of Joy Sir you said I knew nothing of play but here is proof that you have undervalued my talents pulling out at the same lime a bag of rubles which he had won the preceding night And I said the truth was the reply Sit down here and Ill convince youThe dice were called for and in a few minutes old Blucher won all his pocketIngobserving Now you see that I was right when I told you that you would never win QKKdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTRIA HASKELLS HIGHWAY PLAN Oklahoma Governor Advocates a State Good Road Commission Governor Ilaskell said recently that he will recommend to the Oklahoma legislature possibly at a special ses sion the creation of n state good roads commission and the ofllce of state en gineer and will favor the continuance of good roads from one county Into another The building of roadsthat Is permanent and good rondohe said Is quite ns large on undertaking as build ing railroads They should be of large extent and should not be stopped arbitrarily at the county line Just because the authority of the county commis sioners docs not extend Into the next county The way to build our roads state wide Is to create a good roads commission to net as a consulting board for theI various sets of county commissioners The engineer of the board would In fact be a state engil veer who vrouid plan the best surveys for good roads from a state standpoint and lay the plans before the sets ot county commissioners for approval and the voting of the necessary bonds to defray Ithe expense by counties as must bo done under the present good roads law The ouly thing that tho state can furnish is convict labor I SUSPICION JUSTIFIED It Was Not a Mouse the Master Heard In the Kitchen The lute Hev Dr Wlghtnmn sitting one night litter than usual engrossed In the profundities of a great tome Imagined he heard a sound In the kitchen Inconsistent with the cautious ness of n mouse so taking his candle he proceeded to Investigate the cause Ills foot being heard in the passage the servant began with much noise to rake out the pre as If preparing foi bed Icre up late tonight Mary Im jlst raklu the fire sir and gaun to bed- Thats rlirht Mary I like tlmeous hoursOn his nay back to the study he passed the coal cellar door and turning the Key took It with him The next morning at an early hour there was n raj at his bedroom door and a request for the key to get some coal Yere up too soon Mary Go buck to your bed Half an hour Inter there was another knock nod a similar request In order to prepare for breakfast 1 dont want breakfast so soon Mary Go back to your bed In another half hour there was an other knock with an entreaty for the key as It was washing day This was enough Ho rose and handed out the key saying Go and let the man out As the preacher shrewdly suspected Marys sweetheart had been Imprisoned all night In the coal cellar London Family Herald Does Your Back Ache If it does you should know that back ache is generally caused by weak or diseased kidneys A medicine called prlntI ed on the label so that everyone may know just what is in it Ii is thegreat kidney and bladder medicine It stops frequent urination Druggist and dealers sell it for jOeIAn Acute Sense of Taste William nod Lawrence were In tin habit of saving a part of their dessert from the evening dinner for consump tion the next morning and In accord ance with this custom two small cukiw had been placed In the cracker Jar fur them William being the first up on the following morning and being hun gry went to the Jar lie found only one cake and a large piece had been bitten out of that Full of wrath he went upstairs and roused his brother Say he demanded I want to know who took that big bite out of my cake I did sleepily answered Lawrence Whatd you do that for Yell when I tasted it I found it was your cake and so I et the other oneYouths Companion Suffered day and night the toimeut of itching piles Nothing helpedme until I used Doans Oltment It cured me permanently Hon John R Gar rett Mayor Girard Ala In olforino to the public our breeding stock for we can say that never before have we been able offer our pnrtrons suet advantages as we can this timeI We purchased Highland Glenworth season tiofore last inn ho is recognizedas one of the purest bredstn11ions in America It requires a large investment to bring such stock as this to our county and we feel that tho farmers show their appreciation of our efforts to improve the stock of our county by thoirlibeml patronage Our service fees are the smallest for this class of stock ever offered to the people Your careful consideration of our claim on your patronaso will be highly appreciated Saddle Horse Breeders Association No 3196 For Highland Glenworth we have only to say that ho is the highest styled truest acting finest finished and richest bred saddle stallion LAME EVERY MORNING A Bad Back a he Is Always Worse In The Morning Clo verport People Are Finding Relief A back that aches all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning Makes you feel as if youI hadnt slept at all Cant cure a bad back until you cure the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kidneysmake you feel betterjj work better rest better and sleep bet ter Permanent cures in Cloverport prove the merit of Doans William Johnson Cloverport Ky t says Doans Kidnny Pills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and consequently I have no hesitation in recommending them For six years my kidneys were disordered the secre tions being too frequent in passage and when allowed to stand depositing sedi meat My back ached severely part cularly at night and in the morning IJJ was so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around Whenever I contracted the slightest cold it settled in 1 my kidneys and made my suffering more intense Doans Kidney Pills have given me relief from these trouc blesFor t sale by all dealers Price 50cent9tt FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New YorkII sole agents for the United StatestRemember the name Deans and take no othertA Blousing In Bamboo Sonic houses are closer than brothers and suburban people frequently miss the exclusive life they have been accustomed to In their broader acres or even In the narrower limits of nItown house The privacy of home Is something to be mourned for It Is almost a thing of earlier farm life and of the past Noth- Ing thattan bo lone to call back tho Muallent fragment of It should be ob jected to by out good neighbors to whom personally there may not bo the least objection One way to accomplish the desired privacy Is the free use of tho bamboo screen upon nil porches If it be tact fully rolled at times It may never make Itself felt its n too complete bnrs rier to even the sensitive neighbor i and Indeed It may be welcomed by him also as n merciful protection It is n most excellent plan to put up screens before the next and later comer nrrlvos when that is possible or to do It with the flowers with the early gardening as If It were a necessary part of all the outdoor work and not a thrust at the overlntlmato neighbor after the unsolicited friend ship has grown to be n burdens cChildrenFOR FLETCHERS CASTORiAS KENTUCKY GETS A LARGE SLICE Of The Appropriation For Rivers Over 5000000 For The Ohio River Alone Washington April BTho rivers and harbors appropriation bill as it will be reported from the senate committee on commerce next Monday will carry 52566418 in actual appropriation of cashand amounts involved in continu ing contracts As the bill was passed by the house it carried f42558176 of which 35351746 represented cash and 7206430 containing contracts The bill contains 409000 for Ken tucky 127500 for Indiana and 4325 000 for the Ohio river Among the increases made by the senate committee covering both cash appropriations anti sums involved in continuing contracts are Kentucky 200000 Ohio 110611 Ohio river 1150000Senator Paynter and Representative Ben Johnson worked faithfully for the 250000 appropriation for Green river and overcame numerous obstackles be fore final success was achieved The appropriations carries with it 250000 which is much larger than was expected by those not acquainted with the situation It is probable that with this amount two locks and dams can be built making Green river navigable up within a mile of Munfordvillc This will mean that thousands of acres of mineral lands in Hart county will be opened and will make Munfordvillc an c important shipping point Representative Johnsons colleagues sax that his work in securing the appropriation was the most adroitly managed piece of legislative engineering seen in Washington in a long time Mr Johnson soon found out that the rivers and harbors committee in the house would oppose the appropriation He therefore very wisely made no effort before this committee but confined his work to the committee on commerce in the senate This is the first appropriation made for rivers and harbors since Mr Johnson has been in congress and is not of miraculous that he succeeded in getting the appropriation through especially by a vote that was unani mousRepresentative Johnson and Senator Paynter made personal appeals to each member of the committee and Johnson made arguments before the committee- as a whole The argument before the committee relath e to the resources to bo developed by making the river navigable is by n number of members of the to have been one of the logical they had ever heard explaining in detail the numerous advan tages to be derived by building these locks and dams TJAAW4W uU WII wWII MWII A III uvA u V u w II BEARD BROS BREEDING STOCK HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY 1910 to should HIGHLAND GLENWORTHI ntAmericanthw money would buy Horsemen familiar with highland Denmark Monte Cristo Black Squirrel and Chester OJro know that each was the 1 I ng champion of the ring and also of the stud in his day No other stallion living or dead can claim all those great horses for lineall sires and Highland Glenworths dart grand dam and great grand dam 2- n were all noted marcs productions from muting by the shrewdest horsemen ever 1 known to Kentucky It is no surprise that Highland Glenworth one of the leading sires of the country as nothing y the hottest blood courses his veins and no cold cross anywhere in his pedigree to crop out in colt o r PEDIGREE Highland Glenworth is a blood bay stallion 6 hands high black point foaled 1902 sired by Highland Denmark 730 by Black Squirrel 58 by Black haggle 74 out of butIItit Black Eagle was by King failHam 67 out of Kitty Richards Mollie was by Giltriors Highlander out of Battle Highlan Dtnm irk 73C was out of Miss Gravy by Dave Akin 775 by Richmond lz of daughter of Wagner Jr First dam Annotto Leo 1385 by Black Squirrel 58 second daft Nancy Lee 476 by Monte Cristo 59 by Montrose 100 out of Fannie Giltnor 59 third dam Nannie ta 472 by Dave Akin 775 fourth dam Nannie ko Wo want to farm a few of the best mares in Breckinridgo county to breed to Highland Glonworth and will be glad to negotiate with owners of highclass brood mares See us as soon as GnITctIItar rr Season Fee 20 to insure a living colt SPORTING BOY boneIIA red sorrel stallion foaled in 1900 small star and little white on inside of left hind ankle This is a grand stallion of great stylo good and beautiful color Ho is 16t hands high and well proportioned and weighs 1300 pounds Ho has the very best foot and legs and is as well bred as any saddle stallion in America Ho combines many of the characteristics of both the Morgan and Denmark families of Kentucky Ho is by My Owns Boy Jr who is by My Owns Boy and his dam is Belle Slaughter 382 N S II 11 Vol 1 My Owns Boy is by the grandly bred My i Own No 1521 who was by Artist 65 and out of Lady Gravos 57 who was by Mont Rose 105 Artist was by the renowned King William 67 l who was by Washington Denmark 64 King William sired Black Eaglo 74 who sired Black Squirrel 53 who is famous as a sire of style and good qualities throughout Kentucky and Tennessee e I I SPOLt ING BOYS dani IS by tho renowned model and show stallion Lndor 27 who has more premmms to his crcwt than any stallion a his day and hud for his sire King Denmark and dart by Bolivor th Sporting Boys second dam was by Warren Chief ho by Labels Jexin inIIni ton who was one of the most noted sires and show stallions Kentucky ever had Cabels Lexingtons dam was by old Tom Hal the founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky and l actionnseason of 1910 at12t50 fo Insure a living colt 1 BLACK JOEBlack Joe is a coal black Jack with white nose and will make the season at same place Terms 8 to insure a colt to stand up and suckIt Ie Those horses will stand the season of 1910 at our stable near the depot at Hardinsburg Ky Money is duo when mare is traded or parted with A lion Y Important Notice retained on colt for payment of same All care taken to provontffcccidonts or escapes but not responsible should any occur 0 I 4 4- I I y r r I 0 C t- L t il 71IFii r Ti i rsL THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO = Issued Every Wednesday = I Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lin charged for at the rate of 10 cents perlino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advance I Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APR 20 1910 The members of tho Kentucky Press Association will hold their fortyfirst annual meeting in the mountains again this year Mid dfesboro extended such a cordial Urgent invitation that the Ex ecutive Committee could not refuse and decided to meet there June the twentieth Tho editors allover the State are delighted to know that Mr Tom Underwood President of tho Association is regaining his health land is planning to bo with thorn I Have you painted that mail box and postof yours white as requested I by the postflice department and put up that sign board at i the road crossings Heros a proposition The News will furnishl tho paint and a brush send a man along to help do the work if thoI owners of those boxes will furnish a horse and buggy and a man to- go I over the route This proposition is open to any route in the coun ty Dont all speak at once Down at the shops is being built one ofjthe best and most sub stantial round houses of its size in the country When finished iit will be u credit to any railroad or town Besides this splendid house wo understand that 30000 is soon to be expended in new buildings8 for the shops All things come to those who wait Our people can do anything they want to do when they havq I mind to Tho thing to do next is to add afsystcm of water works to tho ice plant Dont fool away money buying lire engines What good is a lire engine without water Water water water is the cry when a lire comes Get the water first President Taft and many of his leading lights in Republican politics have been quite busy for some time getting about over the country trying to hold the old party together They are very much alarmed over the gains the Democrats have made in recent elections in Republican States HARNED Farmers are busy planting corn Mrs Sam Tucker who has been sick for some time is improving- A R Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was in our town Thursday Mrs Florence Pile and Mrs W S Payne went to Garfield shopping Fri dayMrs Asa Duggins left Wednesday LouisvilleMr Sam Carden of Basin Springs spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of her father G W Payne Miss Nannie L Payne of near Kirk came up Wednesday calling on friendsThe missionary meeting which was held with Mrs Jas McCoy was well attended Let everybody attend these meetings and they will grow stronger each month Rev Willett of Hardinsburg will preach at the Baptist church at this place the fourth Sunday m this month G D Payne attended the farmers meeting at Cave Springs Thursday Mrs Mose Payne and Mrs Homer Alexander went to lIar lnsburg shop ping Thursday t C S Board of Garfield passed through here en route to Hardinsburg WednesdayMrs Tabor and charming daughter Miss Lucy were in our town Wednesday and attended the mission ary meeting at Mrs Jas McCoys Ii Mrs I B Payne was called to Lou 1J ls ille Tuesday on account of the ill ness of her husband who is 111 at the infirmaryP and wife and little son II W spent Sunday the guests of W Macy and family Misses Mary Leigh Gregory and Ola Gray left Saturday for Garfield to be the guests ofMiss Katie Mattingly Cyrus Moorman was the guest of Miss Ora Black Sunday afternoon Rev Cundiff of Hardin county fill d his regular appointment at Ephesus Sunday Percy Macy was a pleasant visitor at Mook Sunday Sunday School Was organized at this place Sunday Robt Bruington was elected superintendent Let every body take a part in this Sunday School and all are cordially invited to come and help make It an interesting school If tho best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Accidents will happen but the bestIf I k ttregUletC1 families keep Dr Thomas ElccticOllfor such emergencies It subdues the pain sad heals the hurts 0f The Democrats will win in tho next State election and Col Ben Johnson seems to be in the lead for Governor McCreary like many other good old Democrats in the State has had his day The people want the young men to the front especially those who havo the abil ity to do things Wm J Bryan has reached New York from a trip through South Africa Leading politicians approached him as to his attitude on the Presidential situation but ho declined to say anything The Nebraska statesman is not in it this time Mayor Barry worked hard for the ice plant and it is a go Clo verport will add water works later think tho city very much needs Tho people of Tennessee are very much incensed over the pardon of Col Duncan B Cooper the slayer of Senator Carmack You can see now what a reel live working mayor can dofor a town Wo have one in Mayor Barry You never know how much business is being done on tho Branch until a train is delayed few hours Oh my garden 1 Its having the time of its life right now bat thing with snow rain and sleet Tho recent cold weather has injured the fruit crop throughout the conntry Louisville Market Report Louisville April 19 1010Special Wheat No 2 Red and Lqngberry 102104CornNo 2 white 62 OatsNo2 mixed 45 EggsMarket quitecase count lg rehandled 20 and 214 PoultryHens 15 and lOc per lb roosters 8c young chickens 20 30C ducks Me turkeys 18c geese 7C HogsTops 975 pigs 830 fox lights to 965 for heavies roughs 1 downSheep and Lambs Best fall lambs f800 fat sheep 67C- A few spring lambs were op sale too day the weather being unfavorable the demand was light FelandWatt Invitations have been received here from Mrs Armsted Milner Feland to the wedding of her daughter Miss Nancy Adele Feland to Mr John Ruth erford Watt The marriage will take place Wednesday morning April 27 at 1030 oclock at the Baptist church in Danville Ky Aunt Sarah Howard Dead Sarah Howard colored died Satur day night at her homo on the hill in Eastland The funeral was held Sun day afternoon at the Zion Methodist church of which she was a good faith ful member SAMPLE Sunday School every Sunday morn Ing at 10 oclock Miss Beulah Varble of Philpot has opened a spring school here Misses Eva and Katie Marshall Brumfleld left Monday for an indefinite stay with Mrs H S Brumfield of Tell CityFloyd Armstrong of Cloverport is homo for a few days Mrs Wm Driskell of Earned is visiting her daughter Mrs L H Niles for a few days Miss Beulah Varble of Philpot and Miss Nannie Dowell of near Hardins burg visited relatives on Beech Hill Saturday and Sunday Misses Eva and Bessie Brumfleld en tertained the young people with a mu sical Saturday night Miss Ethel Dowell of Locust Hill is expected this week to visit her cousin Mrs A P Varble on Beech Hill Miss Emma Niles left Tuesday for California Miss Maud Jolly entertained Sunday afternoon Misses Emma Niles Ethel Carwile and Messrs Arvald and Morris TuckerCarl Armstrong accompanied by his lawyers Henry DeH Moorman and Hal Murray went to Louisville Mon day to settle accounts with railroad company Mr Armstrong is the re cipient of 2000 Mr and Mrs H Driskell of Har dinsburg were the guests of Mr and pOLAND CHINAS 15 Fall Boars and Gilts sired by the 500 pound boar wo exhibited at County Fair They will weigh up to a 100 pounds and growing fast Will be crated for shipment andregistered in purchasers name at 15 and 20 W iiJ Owen Son Route No 1 Hardinsburg Ky I Mrs Will Jolly Sunday If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use G The pure food law is designedly the Government to protect the public 1- I from injurious ingredients in both foods I and drugs It is beneficial both to the e public and to the conscientious manu facturer Elys Cream Balm nsuccessEful remedy for cold in the head nasal catarrh bay fever etc containing no injurious drugs meets fully the requirea ments of the new law and that fact is prominently stated on every packageit It contains none of tho injurious drugs which are required by the law to be 61 mentioned on the label Hence you can use it safelyVII I TJCaa Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can find no safer not bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANK H CLOVERPORTI I Iwith theI interest coiiipoundedsemiannually and no better way of paying your bills Iithan by check whereby you always havo a record of payment Q 7OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US = wantsUI onc 01 IotiIoo0 1Ic Free RaIlroad ores To Louisville Ky Prom Monday April 18th to Saturday May 14th Railroad Fares Rebated According to Amount of Purchase Half Million 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Irvington spent Sunday in Louisville Coleman Haswell of Hardinsburg was here yesterday Mrs Chas Tinius of Stephensport was here last week Capt J H Rowland is census enu merator for this city Carl Gregory of Louisville has been visiting relatives here George Younger of Louisville went to Owensboro Sunday Mrs Harvey Stone has returned home from Louisville Lawrence Murray has returned home from Middleport Ohio Gollen Weatherton is visiting his parents in this city John T Ditto has been the guest of Mrs John D Babbage The CarterSchmitt wedding takes place in Louisville today- jlMrs Mary McCracken is very ill at the Satterfield homestead Judge L L Waggoner of Hardins burg was here Saturday A G Whitfield of Hardinsburg was here last week on business Horace Tucker and Owen Berry were in Cannelton Sunday Mr and Mrs Luther Satterfield spent Sunday in Louisville Mrs Virge Babbage and daughter Tuld spent Sunday in Louisville Wordie Graham of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison Miss Rebecca Walker of Kirk spent Saturday with Miss Fronnie Dean John Storms of Cannelton is the guest of his brother Frank Storms Mrs Chambley of Carrolton Miss Is the guest of Mrs Ben Ridgeway J F Walker of Owonsboro was here Monday tho guest of Mr Wilson Tom Ferry spent Saturday In Louis ville the guest of Mrs Homer Dawley Miss Mayme Hawking of Mattingly is spending a week here with relatives Wm Martin of Greenville was the guest of Miss Mamie DeHaven Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Sterrett of Hawesville were in Louisville last week Wiburn Gregory of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr nnd Mrs Thos Boh lerL R Ramp of Kansas City Mo has been the guest of Miss Anne S JarboeMrs Bertram Daniels and Mrs Sam Bishoff and children spent Sunday in Lewisport Mrs Marion Polk and little daughter of Tobinsport have returned from Muncie Ind C JCox of New Bethel this county sells the famous Lewisport BEST flour Mr James Lawson of Louisville spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs John Lawson If tho best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to useII Mr Gadbaugh of El Paso Texas has accepted a position here with the L H St L Mr and Mrs Robert Nicholas who have been seriously ill for several weeks are improving The sweet little girl baby of Mr and Mrs Fralser who arrived April the twelfth has been named Ruth Frasier Hats that are a real pleasure and satisfaction to wear can be puclmsed ordered or made at Miss Evelyn Hicks Mrs John Lawson and little son Arthur spent several days last week in Lewisport and Waitman with rela tivesRobert Rice Pierce of New Orleans returned yesterday after a short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Robert PierceMisses Mildred Babbage and Addie Louise Babbage have returned from Louisville where they visited Miss Addie G Ditto Miss Jennie Mabel Harris of Louis ville is entertaining a house party this week Her guests are Misses Martha Willis Edith and Eva Plank Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and little daughters Jane Lamar and Mayme will go to Eddyville this week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Banno- nHARDINSBURG Mrs Jennie McHenry of Hartford was the guest of Mrs John P Haswell last week Mr and Mrs John Alexander and their guests Mr and Mrs Frank Har din of Cabool Mo were in Custer last week the guests of Mrs Mollie Alexander and other relativns Mr and Mrs John Alexander enter tained in true Kentucky style at 12 oclock dinner Tuesday of last week in honor of Mr and Mrs Frank Hardin Their guests were Judge and Mrs Milton Board Judge N Me Mercer Miss Tida Mercer Dr and Mrs Ar thur Mather Mr and Mrs P M Beard and Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Dr Mather Andrew Driskell John Shaw and Tom Moore attended the fu neral of George Glasscock at McDan iels Thursday Franklin Klncheloc is at home after his years work in a Lcuisvillo pharmacy school The court room was crowded with people Friday night to hear the debate given by the Normal students Each speaker acquitted himself well and so thoroughly did the audience enjoy the I discussion that there is universal re gret that no other meetings can be given The time is short until exami nation and the students will use every waking hour to be in readiness for it Mrs Wade Pile of Mook was here Thursday and Friday the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Milt Miller Joe Moore who recently closed his school at Union Star left here Friday afternoon for Bowling Green whore he again enters school C R Bandy of Irvington was here Friday and Saturday to see his daugh ter who is in attendance at the Nor malDave Walls left Saturday for the Bowling Green State Normal to prose cute his studies toward graduation in the lire certificate course Judge Wm Ahl J D Stinnett R 0 Davit Everett Meadors Godfrey Ball R A Beard Arthur Beard Richard Black Joe McCrume Jonas Gray Lav Henning and a few other local Red Men want to Brandenburg Friday to assist in organizing a Red Mens Lodge Friday night Judge Allen Deane of Owensboro was here Saturday on legall business Judge Moorman spent several days in Louisville last week on professional businessM Kincheloe our assistant post master has returned from a few days visit in Louisville Miss Lillian Hook returns this week from a five weeks visit to relatives in LouisvilleMr Mrs P M Board enter tained at six oclock dinner Friday in honor of Mr and Mrs Frank Hardin of Missouri I Miss Myrtle Milner of Mook was in town Sunday en route home from Bowling Green and Owensboro After a term at the State Normal she visited relatives at Owensboro and was ac companied home by her cousin Miss Gladys Mercer Prof and Mrs C A Tanner and little son Hugh of Cloverport were guests of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Saturday and Sunday +1 cSii GliL1i3Ar 9- Er WantSJ + r For SaleTurkey Eggs 1 oacbSI For SaleSafety Oil Pan SALEMnulc Pufety Coal Oil Flour Moat at Mercers Water Mill Wanted Teams XANTKTclim8 tor IaulIiiK timber 1V4 nilies from Stuphensport Will pay Rood teamsSixICy Wanted Miscellaneous Vtnntttd applo tree bodies For particulars TTund prices write or call on Chas A Tlnlus Stophunsport ICy For Sale Hotel 1 Propertyline opening for a hotel For price and par frymtroStephensport laalA LINE 9 FOUNTAINPENS AT PRICES TO SUIT Severs Drug Co Lwss+ 4 Mr and Mrs Frank Hardin of Cabool Mo left Monday for their home after a pleasant visit to their parents Mr and Mrs John Alexander- Dr Walsh of Chattanooga Tenn lectured at the M E church Saturday night and preached Sunday night On Sunday he preached the first sermon In the new M E church at West view On last night Dr Mather lec tured in the same church at Westview this being the second time the building has been used The funeral of John Pate a farmer of the New Bethel neighborhood took I krSpring and MidSummer Milli nery Creations in the Newest Styles Beautiful Milans Neapolitans and Chips in the smartest shapes trimmed for dress or street ttiear by Miss Laura Hale Ifbington Kentucky Upstairs Trent Building Flail Orders Invited O Hope at 8ic All Calicos at 5c 1 Ginghams lOc 7o 10c at a 7c worth 74 5c lot Lace worth 10cat 5c m a0I QOL II 0L 0 JI 00 Ready for Spring Cleaning 0 o Q g China and Jap MattingII 0 Carpets Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Swiss and Scrin Floor Oil- Cloth o Tacks Tack Tack Pullers For outside E Q White Wash Brushes Q 0 0 IDIJ C NOLTE CLOVERPORT KY lfi- JQIE 10JII DOLEII 101iJIQ E QIQo n I 01 JI 0 125Q Q CloverporttoLouisville Sunday April J Special Train Leaves Cloverport at a m I Returning Leaves Louisville at 925 p m Tickets Good on Special Trains Only JlrnILJIhere Saturday morning the re mains being iaid to rest in St Rom uolds cemetery The was about fill1 years old and Is survlued by his wife and several children Isis are Allie Pate Mrs Alvin J Pate and Croft Patc of tho Kirk neighborhood Earl IJarned and Stanley Gray two excellent young men who have been in school here since the beginning of the year left for their homes near Cus ter If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Sold bv J H Gardner worth lOo a Mens summer p Judge Matthias Miller has been visiting relatives in Hancock county for several H C Murray has returned from In dianapolis he was visiting his father Henderson Route Notes 155 trip to Owensboro 13 returning same date account ling Bros Circus 3 trip to 10 returning not later than 5 Also 12 II 19 21 26 28 ao and Tune 2 and two d t t 5 Rate UI sa o att oun grin ace 010JI IIri 101 Jt01 It 101 JII lcIocI BUYING A NEW SUIT d S generally a happy culmination of hope deferredprovided the suit lives up to your expec tations after you get it Certainly if you think clothes are just clothes and not much difference in any of them you can buy them anywhere But if you want allwool fabrIcsUbest hand tailoring correct city styles wide range of sizes and a suit that is fit and hang properly and always hold shapeyou will do well to wear o Kirschbaum ClothesLook for the Kirschbaum Label and youll be certain of the best value for price that money can buyWe guarantee these goods Should you find imperfection in the cloth or tailoring of a Kirschbaum handmade garment return the same and money will be refundedn Special Prices II rqooSlerCotton lot of Dress worth at Suiting yard Plain White Goods Cat Big Linen Hammers cleaning BRO IIBOO and return 24 709 place deceased married children Friday QO Ladies Black Hose at pairMf 7to Suspenders worth rye go at 15c A Snappy Line Of LowCuts Oxfords For Men Boys and Ladies for spring and now in stock at prices that will suit days where round May Ring round Louisville May 0and June May returning days after 0 a n its n Ladies Wash Suits All colors tit 500 n suit worth G50 Ask to see thornii You will find the most complete lino illJ QBreckenridgen Ladies Trimmed Hats Uo Nice lino of ladies ready to wear hats from 150 to 500 H 4aF 1 ED F ALEXANDER Irvington Kentucky IQl 0 c10n t 101 J fro JI tL0 In r0iII 101 IIr ait01oJII Q01oJIIOl JIlcIOX or I J t I A i rY t o r++ N The Lure CHAPTER VIII WHAT MEnniHEW FOUND great ship had passed the lsl THE IschIa and now the bay of unfolded all its variant Both he and Merri hew were foremost in the press against the forward rail To the tat ters impressionable mind it was like a dream yonder the temples and baths of Nero of the golden house thither the palaces of tho grim Ti berius beyond Pompeii with Glau cus lone and Nydla the blind girl Tho dream picture faded and the re nllty was no less fascInatingthe white sails of the fishermen winging across the sapphire waters leaving ribboned pathways behind proud white pleasure yachts great vessels from all ports In the world and an oc casional battleship drab and stealthy nnd the hundred pink and white vil lages the Jade and amethyst of the islands the ruined temples the grim giant ash heap of Vesuvius See that village on the cliffs to ward the south asked Hillard Thats Sorrento where I was born Shl Look at Giovanni Merrihew looked at tho old Roman Tears were running down his cheeks nnd his gaze strove to pierce the distance to the fnroff Sabine hills Italy Ilillard leaned over and touched him on the arm and he started Take care Giovanni Pardon I am weak this day but tomorrow I shall be strong Seven years Have you not longed for It yourself Has not your heart gone out many times across the seas to those cliffs pointing to Sorrento Many times Giovanni But remem ber and control yourself Presently the carablnteri will come on board You will see that all our luggage goes promptly to the Bristol once we are through the customs Trust me signor They landed at the custom house at 2 In the afternoon and passed without any difficulty Illllard obtained rooms pleasantly situated looking out upon the spar kUng bay Giovanni began at once to unpack the trunks happy enough to I have something to occupy him till after dark when he determined to venture forth The dreaded carablnlerl Il had paid him not the slightest alien tlon So far Iie was as safe as though he were in New York I It was yet so early in the day that the two young men sallied forth In quest of light adventure Besides Merrihow was verY eager to find some I Roman and Florence newspapers Tho American Comic Opera company was somewhere north They found spa Honed outside the hotel a rosy cheeked cabby who answered to the name of I Tomasso or Tomnss ns the Neapolitans I generally drop tho finals He carried a bright red lap robe and blanket spoke n little English and was very proud of the accomplishment lie wns rather disappointed however when Illllard bargained with him In his own tongue Tomass shook his fingers under Illllards nose and nil lard returned the compliment Finally Tomass compromised on 1 lira 50 ecu teslml 150 rents per hour with ccntisiml 10 cents as a 0II tip Crack crack Down the they went as if a thousand devils were after them By George gasped Merrihew clutching his scat the fool will break Dnr necks Tomas grinned and cracked his whip lIe lid not understand the word slowly In his own tongue or in + ny other at least not till he reached Uio shops A dozen times on the Vn Roma Merrihew yelled that they would lose a wheel But Tomass I knew the gl1meII Merrlhow had never seen such shops Coral coral wherever the eye roamed where did they get it all and to whom did they sell It Necklaces I tiaras rings brooches carved and uucarvcd were there women enough in the world to buy these things It I had a wife he began WellId devilish sorry for her husband at this moment But Isnt the color great said nil lard It was good to bo In Naples againI saw so many kids Merri hew finally observed so many dirty ones ho added Herod would have had his work cut out for him here Now where can we get some newspapers I must know where she is f At the bookshop In the piazza they found tho Rome and Florence papers Hillard went through them thorough ly but nowhere did ho nee anything r 1t J n c 1tJi v JiRW fJf the Hi MaskBy HAROLD MAC GRAIN i t Copyright 1908 by the Dobbs Merrill Co o relative to the doings of the America- Comic Opera company DanaBut there must be something 1 the Florence paper They should bo playing theta yet Nothing These papers ore two weeks old- ilerrjhew stared blnnkly at theI sheet I should like to know what It Weans We will write to the consulate l nome If there has been any trouble he will certainly notify us Ill write tonight Now heres Cooks next door Well ask If there Is any mall for Kitty Kllligrcw But there wasnt nor had there been and the name wns not on tho forwardIng books Looks ns If your Kitty were tho needle In the haystack Cut It savagely Pictures and churches and museums were all well enough but Merrihew wanted Kitty Kllllgrew above all tho treasures of earthWhen they turned down to the Via Caracciolo with the full sweep of th magnificent bay nt their feet Merrl hews disappointment softened somewhat It was the fashionable hour The band was playing near by In the Villa Naxlonale Americans were everywhere Occasionally a stray prin cess or countess flashed by Inert and listless against the cushions and inva riably overdressed And when men ac companied them the men It they were husbands lolled back even more listless And beggars of all sorts and de scriptions besieged the very great grand rich Americans They were nearly a week In NuplesI They saw the galleries the museums and churches they saw underground Naples they made the weary and use ful ascent of Vesuvius and Merrihew added n new smell to his collection every hour Pompeii by moonlight however was worth a thosnnd OldlII nary dreams and Merrihew who had abundant imagination but no art withII which to express it happily or unhl1J1II pay saw Lyttons story unfold In all Its romantic splendor They lingered at Amnlfi three days and dreamed away the hours under the white pergola Merrihew was loath to leave but Hlllard was for go ing on to Sorrento for which his heart was always longing- A spring rain fell as they took the Incline anti It followed them over theJJ mountains and down into Sorrento They finally drew up In the courtyard of the Hotel do la Slrcna and the long ride was at an end The little gar den was white and pink with roses and camellias and the tubbed mandarins were heavy with fruit And this is March said Merrihew his thought traveling back to his own bleak country where winter is so longt I Sure Cure i I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of Frozen Camp W Va- uI have found no med- Icine equal to Cardui I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dui and now I never have I the headache any more E Take 53 CARDUIII- Th Ii If Womans TonIc The pains from which many women suffer every unnecessaryIts to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardui for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This Is the sensible the scientific the rightway eTry rl 3YN 1s I7tlNJ P IIII wI ann summer is so siiotti Their rooms wore on luo northeast corner on the first floor aid from tho windows they could look down upon the marina plccoln and tho tidelcss sea a sheer loO feet below Everybody welcomed time SIgnor Illllard The lintel was his nnd ovcrytJiJiip nUll overy body In It Later when they wHre alone Illllnrd began to explain They remember my father lie used to live like n prince In Sorrento Every time I cone here 1 do tho best I Comm to kPelythe luster to his untie Tomorrow I shall point out to you the villa in which I was born A Russian princess owns it now A real llvo princess said Marti hew Is she beautiful Once upon a time returned IIll lard laughing Giovanni did not return till late that night nnd on tho morrow Illllnrd questioned him I have been to see n cousin said Giovanni who lives on the way to El DcscrtayJtb So yoij have n cousin here It ios signor How old he looked poor devil Hil lard hind not taken particular notice of him during the past weeks excur yearsnsince they landed And was this cousin glad to see trustedn1 Both signor tic bad some new She the eMIs n dancer In n Paris cafe Would you like me to give you thee necessary money to go to Paris and brIng her back to the Sublime hills r Illlard naked softly Parlssignoraftemnname had never till this moment naked this ques lion I know It That is sufficient lIe s high sIgnor very high yet 1 shall each him If I told you his name There would be the possibility of ny warning him That IIs why I hesitate Yon are u Catholic Giovanni Giovanni signified that ho was Does not the God of all Catholics of nil Christians in factrdoes he not say that vengeance is hIs and that he will repay But there are so ninny of us si slighteImportance that likely enough God with all his larger cares has not the time to remember us What may happen to him hi the hereafter docs not concern me for he will certainly be In the purgatory of the rich and I in the purgatory of the poor It must be now now Go your own way said Illllnrd dismissing him I shall never urge you again Giovanni gone Illllnrd leaned against the casement The sun was bright this morning mill the air was clear He could see Naples distinctly Below the fishermen and their wives their bare feet plowing In the wet sands were drawing in time nets swaying their bodies gracefully And then Merrlhcw burst in upon him wildly excited and flourished the hotel register I Look at this he cried breathlessly lie flung the book on the table and pointed with shaking finger Illllard came forward and this is I what he saw- Thomas OlJ ally lames Smith Arthur Worth La Slfcnorlna Caprlcclosa I Kitty Kllllerew I Am Comic Opera Co N Y i I KItty has been lucre I Perfectly trite But I wonder I Wonder about what asked MerriII hew 1 Who Ln SIgnorlua Capricciosn is t Whimsical Indeed She must be the I mysterious prIma donna I Illllard studied the easy flowing hood anti ran his fingers through hIs hair thoughtfully What Is it asked Merrihew curl 1 mushy I am wondering where I have seen hat handwriting beforeII Another fortnight found the pair back in Naples after spending n week on Capri At the hotel they found aII batch of mall There was a letter which held particular interest to Mer rlhcw It was from the consul at Rome n reply to Hlllards inquiries regarding the American Colhlc Opera company Well now find out where your harming Kitty Is Illllard saIdI breaking the seal But they didnt On the contrary the writer hadnt the slightest Idea where the play actors were or had gone They had opened a two weeks engagement at tho Tentro QulrlnoI There had been a good house on the opening night The remainder of tho week did not show the sago of a hun tired tickets Time American manager had shown neither foresight nor common sense and his backer withdrew his support Tho percentage demand by the managers In Florence GenoaI llIan and Venice was so exorbl although they had agreed to n dcmto term In the beginning that t would hero been nothing short of- oolhardiness to try to fill the book ngs The singing of tho prIma donna however had created a highly favora ble impression among the critics but she was unknown The writer also I advised Mr Illllard not to put his money In tiny like adventure i Thats hard luck growled Morn how who saw his hopes go down tho horizon But it makes me out n pretty goodjj prophet was Illllnrda rejoinderii Tho angels money gave out Too many obstacles To conquer a people and a government by light opera It cant be done here And so the Amen I can Comic Opera company at the pres nt moment is vegetating in some little house waiting for money from home- Aferrihew gnawed tho end of his tm FS cane All his pMeasnut wreaths land burst like soap bubbles Had they not always done so There Would be no jaunts with Kitty no pleasant little excursions no little suppers after the performance And whats n Michelangelo or n Tltinn when n tnaYfti in love Brace up Don Who knows Kitty may be on the highseasthat Is It she has taken my Yidvlee null got n return ticket Ill give you n dinner at tho Bertollnl tonight and you may have the niaginttn of nay vintage you like Well ImveTotnass drive us down the Via Cnracclolo It will take some of the disappointment out of your system 1 Ip LooT nt this he cried They had ridden up and down the Via Cnracclolo twice when they espied n huge automobile ultramarine blue It passed with n cloud of dust nnd n rumble which was thunderous Hillard half rose from his sent Somebody you know asked Merri hew The man at the wheel looked n bit like Sandfdrd Sandford By George that would be I JollyPerhaps they will come this way again Tomass follow that motor Sure enough when tho car reached the Largo Vlttorln it wheeled and came rumbling back This time Hll lard had no doubts lIe stood up and waved his firms The automobile barked and groaned and came to a standHello Sandford IIi Jack Illllnrd us I live and Dan Merrihew Nell turning to one of the three pretty women in the ton neau what did 1 tell you I felt It in my bones that we would run across some one we knew Or over them his wife laughed When we meet art old friend in a foreign land one who has accepted our dinners null with whom we have often dined what is left but to fall on his neck and weep There was then over this meeting much ndo with hand shaking timid compliments handshak ing ami questions and as in all cases like this every one talked nt once how was old New York how was the winter In Cairo nnd so forth and so ontill u policeman politely told them thnt this wns not n private thoroughfare acid that they were blocking the way So they parted tbeI two young men having promised to dine with the Sandford party thatI eveningWhat luck Danl Hillard was ex uberant Saves you the price of a dinner- I wasnt thinking of that But IIshall find out all about her tonight Wino The lady in the fog the masquer idlng lady To be continued To Cook Cereals Perfectly To cook oatmeal or any kind of ce real as thoroughly as it needs to be cooked requires more time than can usually be given In our hurried break fast getting and not all of us are blessed as yet with a fireless cooker to do the work overnight So tho best substitute is to put the cereal on tho stove at supper time let it come to a good boll then turn the fire out and leave It In that same spot until breakfast time without lifting the lid The heat already generated will finish cooking the grains so that Save X75 BY PURCHASING FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is SIOO Those who bring or mail this advertisementrlt to us within five days after it and us where they saw it will bo able to have one at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use I IiPRINOIPALIi BUSINESS COLLEGEIHOOBrOKUBD Second an4 Walnut LOUISVILLE JCtT f I RURAL TELEPHONESm x Mr Farmer are you interested t If so call ontho i TelegraphIk1 mors Line rate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONETELEGRAPH COMPANY t Incorporated C 3r rh3ry r r3rr r r r9a3r tsSa ts lAnything to Sell or Trade IIIfyou have and will let us d advertise it for you you willsure finda buyer or 1 Iatrader for it right away W IINews Want Ads Bring Results I s== oo 4k A THEA mItOTELm Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr all that needs to be done In the morn ing is to stir it from the bottom add a little water possibly and reheat for Of course the vessel must be of crockery enamel In which there are no breaks or aluminium for the food to be left in it so long and tho lid must be as tight as possible to retain the steam which does so much of the work But this method is a groat time and gas saver and tho cereal is much more digestible than when cook ed by quick boiling It is the fireless cooker Idea to common ONE OF OUR seeing telling reserved Streets Jr33a3 sewing applied utensils The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in the city making a2OO rate Only one block from tho princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres r Street curs pass the door to nil parts of the city Everything net and clean 1 71rBr r3 T3 rr rh3a3 Notice Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned William L McCracken now confined in the penitentiary at Eddy vllle Ky will make application to the Board of Prison Commissioners for a parole Said application will bo made on May 3 1910 at the office of said commissioners in Frankfort Ky i at 2 oclock p m on said date Witness my hand this 8th day of April 1010 W L McCrac- kenSubscribe r NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE t But They DO Much They help to rent and soil real estate rent rooms secure positions find wood help in fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted v If you have a Small Business and Want More Business Try a Breokonridgo News Want Ad The fact that thoy aro helping many others of our renders is good proof that ono would help you + 1 Write Call or Telephone If not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 We will toll yoil ytho cost and you can mall stampsr or call when eeoni tT 4 I 11I b ya fc + or T r What Kentucky ditors r LNhiYbHu Are Doing All the world seeks an editor that is If he Is a publisher who first tries to please the other man whether or not ho Is entirely pleasing himself and makes everyone pay for his sub scription cash tn advance These two things and many others can be said of several Kentucky editors wno are unusually busy in their offices and prlnt shops today What they are not doing could be more quickly written than what they are doing but interesting indeed it is to note what these wholehearted broadminded accomplishinginI To begin with the success that Charles White a dledlnthewool LogCaIinordinaryForterlyEfarrodsburg Democrat arid recently Was sold to a Republican company that retained Mr White as city ed- Itor and manager However his ex cellent management of this leading Kentucky weekly is not wondered at when the fact is known that he was born in a newspaper office Twenty one years ago Charles White was the devil and a perfect oneIn the ofllco of the Park City Daily News at Bowling Green While filling this minor position in that office John B Gaines the editor saw ho had more aptitude for picking up news Items than pled type so ho made him re promoteding with ability In this same position on the Evening Journal and publish IIHOME I BABBAGE CLOVER PORT ing the Sunday Journal Mr White left Bowling Green and went to Har rodsburg in 1902 Seven years he was city editor for The Democrat owned by Lew B Brown At present In connection with his regular work he is doing special work for the large dailies in Kentucky and Ohio Mr White has been elected city clerk at Harrodsburg twice without opposi tion which office ho now holds At the last summer meeting of the Ken tucky Press association ho was appointed alternate delegate to the Na tional Editorial association at Seattle Three Sons In Newspaper Work Perhaps the Kentucky editor who is at present realizing more genujno pleasure and satisfaction than any man In the newspaper world is Clar ence Sterrctt editor and publisher of the Hancock Clarion Mr Sterrett is fcowfecelng his three sons make good the practical newspaper training he has given them Every man knows printiIng i that can be absorbed there This thorough knowledge has enabled Mr vstorrbtts eldest son Baird to take a Job nsa linotype operator on the ittCMoboygan Mich Democrat Over by Sterrett raged 18will take up newspaper work away from home In a short time and Clarence Jr age 1618 now his fathers right hand Steclvilla March 1903 when Mr GleVo land was Inaugurated president of tno f United States and the editors many irlerifliB1 saY that ho has made tile N greater success of the two i A Record Breaker iI A newspaper having a record break I Ing career is The Jeffersonian the I only country weekly published in Jet I modeIs 1 x awarded first prize by the Kentucky Press association at tho last annual 4 meeting 0 Alcock is editor and I 0 E Alcock is business manager The former In speaking of his paper recently said We are getting all jtho ads we can possibly handle and we have a large paid up subscription rUst He started in the newspaper iTaylorsijk rapid strides with printers ink The Jeffersonian is just two and a hate f years old Tho Alcock men aro among the younger members of tile tf state press Getting Ready to Celebrate s jell Poak publishers of the mble Democrat at Bedford are king preparations to celebrate the Y mlnth anniversary of their publlca ttlon In April 901JLDell re t u Itii i i turning to his Ores love took charge of the Democrat with II D Peak as partner Thor started with a 300 printing outfit and now have a plant valued at 2500 This month Messrs Bell and Peak will associate with tnem L H McCain and expect to Inv fuse now life into their newspaper business The three men are most able lawyers and will also form a partnership Messrs Bell and Peak are connected with the Bedford Loan and Deposit bank and are among the most prosperous members of the Ken tucky Press association Enjoying a Big Plum To tho editor that hath brains the most money is given according to tho experience of Louis Landrum who is having the best time of his young lifo editing the Danville Messenger tho now semiweekly that has Just been launched at Danville by tho Messen ger Printing Co with Hubert Mc Goodwin president At Richmond Mr Landrum was connected with tho Climax Printing Co which is so well managed by A D Miller Ho is one of the most popular editors in the state and the position offered him by the new company is not a sur prise to his friends Fancy Turns to Gardening After a country editor has passed the half century mark his fancy sooner or later turns to gardening at least this is true of John D Bab bage editor and publisher of tho Breckenridge News Until late years not even a good meal could entice Mr Babbago away from his printshop be fore every Job was finished but now printers ink has no power compared with the onion tops the strawberry bed the potato patch and the little corn field These products of the soil have captured his mind and heart and were it not for a diligent and in terested office force in all probability there would be no News in Brecken ridge today When Mr Babbage Is not in his garden ho is out in tho OF J D 4 J county talking tobacco growing hog raising and Incidentally subscriptions and Job printing He is devoted to the farmers which is possibly due to Mrs Babbage who is a farmers daughter She would rather go to a milking pen any evening than to a grand opera July the twentyfirst Mr Babbage will celebrate his sixty fifth birthday and the same month his paper will enter Its thirtyfifth year Ho has sold and published newspapers ever since ho was large enough to talk and to run a printing press His love for the printshop and Journalism Is inherited by his childrenGives Another to Uncle Sam- E A Gulllon editor of the Henry County Local published at New Castle has Just given another fine young man to the service of Uncle Sam His son Walter Gulllon left last month to follow in tho footsteps of his brother who was graduated from the United States Military academy at West Point four years ago and has since circumnavigated the globe in Uncle Sams cause Walters leaving nowspaperdom brought forth enough compliments from the Kentucky ed itors to turn his head but the com mon senso instilled in him by his fa ther and mother prevented this Mr Gullon is the only editor who is so fortunate in having two soldier boys and a grownup newspaper girl his wifd Mrs Gulllon works reguarly at her desk every day and has been doing so a number of years eqUre the editorials and newsmatter Competent critics have spoken very high lyof her articles and she has been honored With many kind notices by the press and public Will Marry In June Every editor has his faults but Daniel MacHir Hutton has only onebeing a bachelorand that will be righted In June when he will marry Miss Grace Stephenson Linney This Wows will make the Kentucky editors very happy for Mr Hutton has always been entirely too popular at the press gatherings for the pleasure of tho married editors Ho is In part nership with John G Pulliam in od lUng and publishing the Harrodsburg Herald His first newspaper eXP r1 once was with F D Spotswood the wellknown oxeditor It Is said that Mr Hutton knows and speaks to more people each week than any other man In Mercer county He keels in touch with them to learn what they up4takesand lodge circles being a Mason Odd Huttonis AFTER SUFFERING FOR YEARS Cured by Lydia E Pink hamsVegetable Compound- Park Rapids Mlnn1 was sick for passingthrough I of Life and was hardly able to be around After tak ing six bottles of Lydia EPinkhama Vegetable Com pound I gained 20 pounds am now able to do my own work and fee- lwellMrs ED RapIdsUrookville OhloI was Irregular and extremely nervous A neighbor recommended Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to me and 1 have become regular and my nerves are much betterMrs It KIKNISON Brookville Ohio Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotic or harm ful drugs and today holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases we know of and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn Mass from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation ul cerationdisplacementsflbroid tumors palnsbackacheindigestion suffering woman owes it to her Ever give Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial If you want special advice wrlto Mrs PInkb ant Lynn Mass for it It Is free and always helpful + + r school and advocates statewide prohibition Goes to Southern Climes Mr Blehn who with Mr Donovan has been publishing the Winchester Democrat over a quarter of a century will leave soon for Albuquerque New Mexico He will join Mrs BIehn there and they will make their homo In the southern climes With the Is sue of March 29 the Democrat was turned over by Messrs Biehn and Donovan to Messrs Needham and 1 JOHN GAINES Has Started Many Young Men In Newspaper Work Nelson Tim Needham expresident of the Kentucky Press association is from Williams town and C B Nel son is from Washington D C There isa deep feeling of regret over the de parture of Messrs BIehn and Dono van from the newspaper field but the Winchester people and others over the state gladly welcome their sue cessors who are potent journalists Personal Notes About the Editors Harry A Sommers editor of tho ElIzabethtown NeWs Who has attend ed moro meetings of the Kentucky Press association than any other member made the statement a week or two ago that he was still young and unmarried and would be present at the fortyfirst annual gathering In Juno at Mammoth Cave David M Duncan has Just bough- a most adequate building for his printing office at Brandenburg where ho publishes the Meade County Messenger Ho Is now making a spe clalty of job printing for poultry men DIxon L Merritt far eight years associate editor of tho Owessboro Messenger has accepted a position on tho editorial staff of tho Nashvill- Banner Mr Merritt Is a master o English literature and In a recent Is flue of the Taylorrrotwood magazi- nLLTH COUCH AND CURE TilE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings NSW Discovery FOR8LBs 100 PHICI Joo TrlelDoUle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES 9aOaXOJfBYJIDUNDED t u he had a delightfully written article on Audubon tho great and famous bird lover who spont many years of his lIfo In the woods around Hender son and Louisville- I got Into tho newspaper business accidentally In 1887 Sold out in 1905 thinking I was tired of it but soon found I was mistaken and now I am back in tho harness again in all prob ability for life said C E McCor mlck who has In tho last month ta ken full charge of tho Dullltt County Pioneer that has been edited since 1907 by John L Sneed HARRY 60MMERS Editor of Only SemiWeekly at Ellz abethtown Dan Bowmar editor of the Wood ford Sun and secretary of the Ken tucky Press association bought a handsome new home in Versailles and moved into It the first week of April Desha Breckenridge editor of the Lexington Herald has gone to Pan ama to spend some time The dis tinguished W P Walton will have charge of the editorial department of the Herald during the absence of Mr Breckenrldge At the last session of the Circuit court of Hardln county John P Has well Jr editor of the Fourth Dis trict Leader was appointed special judge to try several cases on account of serious Illness of the regular judge Editor Haswell showed himself a master of knotty problems and praise was given him by every attorney who saw him preside over the dignities of the court Build Mammoth Nests The jungle fowls of Australia construct their nests In great mounds 15 feet high and 150 feet In diameter composed of leaves and twigs Ask Them About It For many years physicians and nurses have considered Kemps Balsam the best cough cure Every druggist ands dealer in medicine sells and recom 1mendsthe nurse or the druggist about it It is for cough irritation of the throat bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung troubles The price is 25c a bottle Marys Farewell Shot There is a woman down in Glen olden says Secretary Shettsllne of the Philadelphia ball club who Is continually changing servants but she has one girl that she hires and fires about half a dozen times a year The other day the woman and thet hired girl had another of their many tiffsMary declared that she would leave and promptly proceeded to pack up her things Thinking to shame her the mistress of the house shouted up stairs Mary you ought to be ashamed of yourself Why I believe you have worked for everybody In this town Is that so shouted back Mary Well we are even up there You have hired every girl In this town that works out Philadelphia Telegraph The Demon Of The Air is the germ of Lngrippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier andi Kidt neys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only 50C Per j t fect Satisfaction guaranteed by Severs I Drug Co BreadeIn a divorce case at Mexico tho cookingicracklino I broad before him to eat His lawyer I was laying great stress upon this point f and was particularly sovore with tho wlfo for serving this homely yet savory broad which Is peculiarly palatable to native Missourians when Judge Bar nett Interrupted him with tho ques IqMrIi cracklin bread 7 No sir came the prompt and somewhat emphatic reply- I thought not said the judge and there was u ripple of laughter all over the courtroom which showed that cracklin bread was not foreign to the appetites of those present inclu ding the court t r i rtrrLouisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147 145 I 143 141STATIONS 146 142 I 144 148 Dolly Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Daffy = 0 ai 84Mf 7JG 12 51 7 tfp A DiLv LalvlllI Ar AIII 1 DL 1 0 33 f4 58 8 53 Strawberry 700 f2 a5 725 9 39 5 00 8 50 Blslloff52 f2 23 7 18 U 4U t509 909 Medora6 42 f12 13 f7 08 9 54 f5 14 10 14 Stites 16 i6 12 Ii7 f7f 02 9 fi7 f5 17 0 17 Kafllryn6 i2 f12 01 6 59 10 01 5 21 0 21 West Point 6 29 12 01 Q 56 10 03 f5 23 10 23 Howard 6 27 fll 58 fO 64 AlI1100UMtSO mf6 46 10 13 f5 37 f9 a4 Rock Haven 6 i5 ill 45 f6 41 10 19 15 43 fO 40 Long Branch 6 09 111 3716 3310 25 5 515 9 40 Brandenburg 0 0J 11 29 0 25 10 VI 5 59 f9 56 Ekron 5 55 fll 21 0 16 1037 008 flO 03 Uuston S 48 flu 13 J 08 10 43 oss108r Irvington 541 1U10 4 fO 31 fIO 1g Webster 533 fIO 67 f5 42 10 50 f639 flO 27 Lodlburg 527 fIO 48f5 34 110216401033 Mystic 521 tJ041 52611 OS f650 t10 37 Sample 5 18 fIO 37 f5 22 11 11 0 58 10 44 Stephensport 5 11 10 27 5 14 1114 f102 flO 48 Addlson 508 tlO 22 f5 10 086amf 4 57 10 07 4 57 8 lb6 03 11 29 7 18 11 03 Shops 55 10 04 4 M 8 19 o 12 11 38 17 28 11 11 Skillman 4 46 W 53 4 44 E8 09 6 21 11 45 7 37 11 18 Hawesvtfo 4 38 g48 4 36 7 52 4rf61 6 31f66 4 10 fO 17 4 11 f 2 11f77 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch 8 50 18 52 3 51 7 02 713 1235 835 i5P18 liDf77 31 3 87t332 f822 634 f628fl46807753 108 to 16 1243 Beals 318 801 313 f6 IS7 58 1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 10 7 58 f3 11 6 13 8 00 1 15 fg 24 12 50 Baskett 3 12 7 52 K3 07 I 6 08 G5AP M 148 10 05 128 Howell2 42 710 2 30 1 55 10 15 1 30 Evansville 2 35 7 10 2 30 7 40 7 40 ST LOUIS 0 00 834 AM PM P M A M I I If Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOP j StLouis man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlnglon and Fordsvillo East Bound Second Class I 1st Glass 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 i 10STMixedDallyexSumlllY6 45pm 5 30am 1110am Lv Irvington Ar 1010am 4 15pm U40pr f655 540 l110 Basin Spring fOB7 f350 1125 700 f555 s113a Onrfleldh s9 42s37 Slll0 f720 607 f 111- 3sll Horned f93 f307 flOSS s7 23 s612 46 Junction 5988 s257s1053 s734 s610 all 50 Hardinsburgs9 23 s243s1048 741 s027 sll 50 Junctlon9j7 s233 s040 fy SO 637 1203pm Kirk fOOD f222 flO 31 757 045 f1200 McQuady fgO1 fa 02 flO 24 s810sU 59 s2 20- sl22S Qlendeane s8 53 x147s1013 s8 19 f70U Dempster s841s1405833 s12 41 Falls of Rough 18 31x125s8 50 s1260 Dempster 1816s103 slO OG f8 55 tf13 f 100 Rockvale f813 si 00 flOOl fOOl 17 19 f 103 Vanzant f807 C1242 f 956 53fO59 20 736 f 1 20 EllmUch s7 GGs1215 s 038 93Sn4 30pm EARLINOTON 4 40 stn Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at onto for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yov are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If yom want cash for your property send price and description at one and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to raako quick eftle1 Jno D Babbage 950 87 acres 3J4 miles north of Hard y insburu near the Brandenburg road Well watered t plenty of timber for mprovements Vouulu Log bouse small stable Good rich land ono for Ilurloy to bacco Terms easy For further Informa flan write Jno D UubbaRO Cloverport Ky 2 miles from Guston 3tmil30Q es from Irvlnpton well watered lays well Rood TOUDK orchard good yardstronhousowelling with kitchen on back porchh two good barns barn and tenant house and cis torn back In the field moat and hen house I woodshed will sellon easy payments I plenty of small fruit further particulars address Jno D Babbage Oloverport Ky 67 AORE FAUlt 5 room cottage hall and stallstockbarnhouseand honhouse and u variety of apples ponchos and grapes jla good well and novae ailingI spring for stock water 200 yards east UlghSchoolCO inn for WO acres four miles west of- rp Qiendeano Smiles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres in cultiva tion Macros In grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood ilonty lasting water well at door of dwell niU log dwelling 2 rooms and side room teuantlwusosPlontypurposestgoodFOR SALEStore house and dwelling corn ttreeaCloverportwholelengthexchange for a dwelling house in Clovorport AyenueWelliocatoa FOIL SALEA farm containing 250 acres and finl5JOROtrees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice clearedbalancetroves of black locust sutllclent roe posts to wlro tho whole farm In It lies near Elcron ODr onlongsurrounc1otlbythe place for some young physician to step buslDeIHloAn rettreIsparticularsport Ky H The thing to do is to Try Our Want Column 0 J v n t t 0- JJ tt W H BOWMKK President A B SKILLMAN Cashier VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier F L LIQHTFOOT THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE I BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS- A B SkillmanConrnd Simons FL Lightfoot W H Bowmor Jno C Jarboo 0 T Skillman A R Fisher IRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee who have been spending two weeks at Marshal Texas the guests of Mrs McAfee sister returned home Thursday- Mr T N McGlothlan who has been r to Evansville and Owensboro on a short business trip has returned home Miss May Claycomb returned to Lou isville yesterday after a weeks visit here as the guest of Mrs W O Brite Ernest Reese of Louisville was in town Sunday the guests of friends Mrs J W Chapin and children have returned after a months stay in Kansas the guests of relatives Hiss Beulah Mudd is at home from Bowling Green on account of ill health She has been attending school there the past several months but will not return to take up her studies until this fallThe Wathen heirs have sold the old homestead consisting of about 300 acres to Mr Pins Fackler for 5500 Ail property iu this vicinity is bringing better prices than ever known before Mr and Mrs James Smith of Gus ton were guests of their daughter Mrs Newsom Gardner last week 1 Mrs T N McGlothlan entertained at her homo Sunday to dinner in honor of Mrs H W Herndon and Miss L B McGlothlon The table was decorated with Marechal Nell roses Eight guests were present Mr and Mrs C S Neafus and Mr and Mrs Lonnie Dowell spent the week end as the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo Neafus near Ekron Mr W F Brite lost a very valuable horse one day last week from cholera Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain spent a few days of last week in Louis ville shopping Dr L B Moremen is making exten sive improvements to his residence on Woodland Ave Dr Moremen is the owner of a large amount of real estate in this city and he is placing it all in good order He believes In the future of the city and is constantly adding to his real estate investments For reasonable prices in millinery call to see Miss Laura Hale Mrs Julia Clarkson returned Monday from Big Spring where she spent the last ten days with relatives Mrs Charlie Hawes and daughter Ethel Louise were the guests of rela tives in Owensboro last week Mrs A D Pullnam after spending save county be tho L4J that and tho I over saw has proven himself several days in Louisville with has returned home I Ferd McGehCe the guest of and Mrs Tom Ditto of near Bran enburg Friday and Saturday Richard Wathen of Bardstown spent two days here the guest of and W J Piggott- A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist church on the evening of the Sunday in May The Rev Mazor of the West the evangel ist assist the Rev L K May John Morgan Richardson of Brandenburg the guest of and Mrs L B Mrs H W Herndon of Enid Oklahoma and Miss B McGlothlan of Saturday hnd the guests of Mrs T N GlothlanMiss Greenwood leaves today Louisville to attend the Schmitt Carter which takes place to day at high noon at St Anthony churchMr C W has purchased the adjoining the property of Jesse Herndon and will build a handsome home on Mrs Amanda Smith wife of E B EVERYFARMERjj As well us every business man should have a hank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer the bank than anywhere else your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for the debt it pays It you a better standing with business men Money the bank strengthens your credit IAbunk account teaches helps and encourages you This bank does all the bookkeeping Your book is a record your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky 4ww DENThis famous Jack utility will at above whore monII for service 10 stands up I is 15 hands black with bono on lack and a breeder friends Mrs was Mr Mr Mr Mrs second Harry will Mr was Dr Moremen Paducah arrived arc Mr and Mc for Hawes lot Mr same in gives in to bank of Bank at ii- f u 9rCdiEefE9iEQiEfE6 Ee C tfi4iY NE- WLivery Stable Stephensport Ky tRigstNew Horses 1 New Stable Open for Public m the Depot If you hove any riding or mmdriving to do or if you wont Feed of any kind we can- furnish m We thndle Ice J Your patronage alsoiibe 11- Il SMITH HANKS Proprietors Stephensport Ky Smith died at her home Thursday from tuberculosis She had been in bad health for the past year and her death was expected She was a member of the Methodist church and the funeral was conducted by the Rev L K May The remains were interred in the Cedar Hill cemetery amidst a host of relatives and friends She is by a husband four daughters and one son Mrs Beauchamp Mrs- Will Mitts Mrs Bryan Henninger and Miss Mary Smith and Allen Smith Mrs Louis H Jolly has organized a Mandolin Club with the following mem bers Misses Katharine Wimp Mary Alexander Aneh Marshall Eliza iggott Ida Payne and Crofton Cunningham This is another effort on the part of Mrs Louis H Jolly to improve tbe musical talent of the city Mrs Lon Dowell and Miss Nellie Smith in Brandenburg Wednesday shopping Ben Bates spent Sunday in Louis vl1le Mrs Mary Jarrett left last week for Garfield for a visit to relatives If the best is not too good for you ewisport Best lour is the flour you ought to use The largest line of handsome millin ery ever brought to Irvington is on exhibition by Miss Laura Hale Connected With A Great The editor of The News last week the sixth annual report of The Associated Charities of San Antonio Texas Among officers of this associ is Miss Jennie D Patterson formerly of this place WEBSTER Miss Roark of Franklin and Mrs Burnlce Price of Brandenburg were the of Mrs Thos Lyddan last weekWathen Henderson wife and little daughter of Providence R I arrived here Wednesday to be guests iof their parents Mr and Mrs T B Hen derson for several weeks Miss May Claycomb of Loulsvllli who nas then the guest of friends and relatives has returned home Miss Mary Mercer of Raymond was the guest of Miss Myrtle Lyddan Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Thos Lyddan entertained Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Roark Mrs Addle Kendall is visiting her parents at Guston Mrs Wm Hall is visiting her atEkronMiss Hall entertained several friends to dinner Sunday Chester Payne left night for Alberquerque New Mexico Miss Teaf of Hardinsburg is theI guest of Mrs T J Compton Henry Kendall has a new rubber tired rig Look out young ladies for ia nice ride If the best is not too good for yoi Lowisport Best flour is the flour yoi ought to use Have phone in Office and Residence and horse at command and can go 01 any train Dr Raffer- tySTEPIENSPORT Rev F R Roberts spent a few daysI of week at West View attendin to some business J W French and son Emery were in Louisville a few days last week Wil Getling has returned from Cal ifornia Mrs Mack Stiff and daughter Mrs George Gabe of Henderson came Sunday to visit relatives- W J Schopp was in Louisville a few days last week buying goods Miss Mary Basham is the truest of Mrs Chas Tlnlus Mr and Mrs Scott Bell are visiting- In Hardinsburg Larne and Zelma Bell are visiting their sister Mrs Herman Dieckman Mrs Will Stewart is on the sick list Miss Zelma Lay writes that she is delighted with her work in Washington and is doing fine of which we are very glad to know we miss her very muchIf the best Is not too good for you jewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use best ever i is one servo a 10 for up for his on day I a for To ot I a for a on for for of I Y I ik v J G 7j f My wife has been in a t- badstate ofhealth seemed to do her any good untilsite I MRS J G DUKES Rev G Dukes Pastor of the U tartan Church of Nd writesMy wife been in a very bad alai of health for several years and nothiii to do her any good ah began to Poruna 0110 month agf Since then the color has tot lace she is In flesh ever woinautoday MMy little boy years old pal and had but littlo life Ho i his face rosy yard running and j ping with ti rest of Stomach Relieved Mrs T J Mallard Pryor Cr6el Indian writes to tell you that I keep free from j at all I am able to do work and drink what want at that I found a sure in medicines which 1 failed find in best of homo physicians Goes to j Dear Mr we moved from to you send our paper to 843 Sou street I cannot do r home it is just like long letter from home I will cloC with many kind wishes to the welcor News W O Wood lJ f iIA For Infants and Children 11 Have h Bears of IDRURYSI R 0 BOURKE COCHRANRegistry No 2158 Vol 5 Description and PedigreeI BOURKE COCHRAN is a bay stallion foaled in April 1902 right hind foot white Sire Chester Dare No 10 Grand Sire Black Squirrel No Dam Maybol Denmark No 2019 by DenmarkChief J B No 682 2nd Dam by Colemans Eureka F S3rd Dnmt by Brinkers Drennon No 1600 Bourke Cochran is J high 1150 pounds beautiful head and neck the back you tow on a horse good legs without a blemish fine mane and toil ondcorries toil well never needs a ginger This IS abso lutely in n class to himself standard and registered He goes all the gaits fast and right In a square trot ho has shown better than a four minute gait His gaits are natural not acquired While W31 Bourice is hut n youngster he has made a reputation that be a to any living stallion as a show horse having been shown the two at all the leading fairs of the 1 and never beaten but once Won the combined saddle and harness sweepstake at tho LaRuo County Fair 1909 You must see him to appreciate his greatness and we kindly invite our friends and 9 patrons to call and him IThis horse be found at my stable one mile east of on road and will be permitted to serve mares at 20 for colts that up and suck vwO for mules found tioned place he ready colt sucks 1mBell high best anybodyH great singer Llllie nuptials the Near m appreciated survived were Work received guests the parents Friday last though piece GUSIThis young Jack of promise and will be permitted to limited number of mares at a colt that stands and sucks Will give premium of 10 best colt of get my annual colt and mule show To the get of Bourke Cochran will give premium of 20 the colt worth the most money the get Ben will give premium of10 the worth the I most money A mares from distance kept grass 150 per month Accidents at owners risk Thanking you past patronage and hoping fora continuation same am IsIsCr H DRURY Be leYVille Ky g REV DyK Writes Nothing began TO USE PERUNA J Plnotown has seemed until use returned and gaining ton was began boganToday tho the children Trouble Territory lamhapi my b catarrhgsymptoms m eat I lejoico sure yoi TiUuable the Louisville BabbageAs ha Kosmosdale Louisvi may 15th without paper getting CASTOR rThe Kind You Always Boifi thefSignature 4s blood 58 15 hands weight of horse Glchllln would credit past seasons State inspect will Bewleyville Louisville Washington colt few