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M 11g iiis rc THE BRECKENIIDUE NEWS 1 mnae l1 1 PRINTtotoht t tVOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Iillh MAY 18 l 8 Pates NO 44 thmrKerrykrRKrtKttrarrKrRnNfQrrrrrra rrrYxar rrKrt+ trtt- pe i i HARDINSBURG NEWS BUREAU J as ABY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT It his W StStk k7eSt y7rSeLleL5rS1yS 5 e5 5 Seo lay Miss Ida B Marr who has taught dy the last twelve months at Sunnyside oni Kansas arrived Thursday to visit Mr tA i and Mrs Horace Yates and other the friends Miss Marr will teach in canrr Breckenrldge next fall and winter ncet Ambitious Young People trtd iiSeventeen applicants for common actschool diplomas were before the board WCi Friday and Saturdaynot onesixth of al1at there must be next January Had each teacher inspired and pre ees pared one one hundred instead of sev theenteen would have been trying for graduation and qualification for ad mission to the High School The Irv Hardinsburgyouapplicants exceptions every seventh grade pupil of Hardinsburg School took the work EYthe the County Board of Examiners as a test to see what they could do antThis is the sort of spirit we must see in our boys and girls if we hope to wit thisness improvement In our countys ed ucational affairs Supt Driskell and examiners C M Payne and Arthur MagAter extend every courtesy to those wishing promotion toward the High mace School jday Jule Jackson of the Tarfork neighborhood was on the grand jury lying last week Mrs Jackson accompanied d him to Hardinsburg the two remaining ssed through the week visiting friends at core tending preaching and the musical en oust tertainment on Friday night We hops i of other jurymen will henceforth be ac rent companied by their wives who will theenjoy the weeks rest and the social features of the county XmasWIIt Live in Chicago has Mr and Mrs R Glenn who were married several days ago in Louisville ryoleft Thursday for their home in Chi after a visit to Mrs Glennsr yocagoparents Mr and Mrs M D Pumph rey oi Westview Mrs Glenn was Miss Eva Pumphrey one of the most popular young ladies of her section of the county She was also one of the best teachers in our Public Schools Miss Mayme DeHaven of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs W C Duvall several days last week Mrs Blanche Read was in Louisville SaturdayProf Martin and Supt Driskell went to Garfield Friday night where Prof Martin lectured Miss Addle K Eskridge who has been employed to teach in the Public Schools next year is getting ready to attend the summer term of the Bow ling Green State Normal Mrs Lucinda Woosley of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mr and Mrs J H Pita two days last week Largest Snakes Ever The Rosetta neighborhood produces the biggest snakes In the county Two years ago Earl Kasey killed a seven footer Near the same place three weeks ago Lewis Lawson killed another of the same length while two weeks ago B S Wilson killed one eight feat long Hung by the roadside these giants were seen by every passerby If the best is not too good for you Mwisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Dwight H Willett son of Rev Wil l ttof this place is doing splendid work at Berea College He lately won in a public debate the judges unani mously giving his side the decision Dwight will remain through the sum mer doing extra work Sirs T J Morgan and children of Louisville are here a week the guests oilier mother Mrs N J Snyder t 1 Mrs W C McElwain radio from Bowling Green for a thre ieeksvlsit ensleyltl1elBloomfield Mo where Mrs McElwairi ifil go when she concludes her visit Teddy R can hardly moro stren- uouslyi employ his time than our own publiehire tonight on the Sinfulness of Worry lectures In the new M E fmrGh at Westview Friday night and p 8ito Russellville Suturday to preach frjrice Sunday In the morning he will deliver the commencement sermon for j pgan College at night he will preach tfceir annual missionary sermon and B Tuesday will make the graduating dress to the students of that instltuI- P4t- i r Tbn and Mrs Gus Brown went to jflflcTl Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs A r Richardsont t rJhr t ilAitkkAAYetiitk illAkAil Oitt IkA IG A big crowd went to Cloverport to the boat show Friday night- S J Baker and son R Tarvin of Ratcsvillc were here Saturday and SundayDrs Tucker and Lampion of Me Daniels Matthews of Westview and Moremen and Parks of Irvington were here Thursday to attend the meeting of the Breckenridge County Medical Society the first meeting since December They will meet the second Thursday in each month The effect of a womans hand and presence is seen in the Circuit Court Clerks ofllce since Miss Carrie Walls daughter of Clerk Lee Walls has be come deputy Arrangement and clean liness always improve with a womans charge of a room The stork left a little girl for Mr and Mrs Willie Hickerson near Sam plo the l2th- Nortons Valley was defeated by a composite Hardinsburg club Saturday afternoonFriends of Miss Mattie Reid of Bowling Green who taught In our county several years note with sor row that her father aged 02 died at his home in Jefferson sounty last week Mrs Reid died only lour weeks before Saturdays CourierJournal edito rially undo the captionlilt Pays to Be Polite took the Roy Wright In stance as an example of what polite ness may do for a young wan The en tire county is proud of the McQuady boy who journeys around the world be cause he is manly neat and urbane Miss Della Kincheloe daughter of Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloe will be graduated from Union College Bar boursvllle next week M H Beard Jeff Hook and Finley Miller have purchased a fine Rambler touring car This is the third auto mobile In the county Cloverport leads in possessing two The grand jury returned thirteen indictmentsThe School grades seven and eight are Indebted to Leslie Walker for the loan of a fine picture of the late Mark Twain The patrons and other friends furnish for two or three weeks their choice pictures Then others are secured thus giving pleas ing and valuable changes from time to timeA in which some nice legal questions were in issue was tried be fore Judge Slack on last Wednesday The style of the action was E C Har ned vs S A Davis Harned sued Davis on some promissory notes and Davis plead as a counter claim a con tract for the boring of a public well in Garfield executed by Harned A A Richardson D H Smith J B Whit worth D C Johnson etc and which were made defendants on Davis ans wer counter claim and cross petition The court held that the contractees not liable on the said contract and dis missed Davis answer and counter claim and gave Harned judgment on his notes and also adjudged Davis to pay all costs Allen R Kincheloe and Jesse R Eskridgo were attorneys for Dr Harned and the others who signed the contract Dr Boone Will Go to Irving ton Monday and Tuesday Dr J R Boone my brother is as sociated with me in the practice of dentistry One or both of us will be at the office here during all office TuesdayVhenmybrotherRespectfullyH D D SV Card Of Thanks f I I wish to thank my neighbors and friends for the kindness they have shown me during my mothers illness and deathMrs A Richardson family Arrangements Completed All arrangoments havo been completed for the commencement exercises of the Cloverport High School They will be held in the Presbyterian church at 8 oclock Friday evening Auto Party Sunday afternoon In a large touring car Cloverport was toured by the fol lowing Messrs Jeff Hook FinUy Shellmanandt r- r t b QJI f 0 f 01- b f- 1 ofO 1 HALLEYS COMET- DISAPPOINTS MANY Cloverport People Expected to See a Large Silver Body Bedecked Witfi Spangles and Fire Just a Small Glimmer of a Comet MAY TOUCH EARTH TODAY Have you seen Honeys Comet Everybody is asking the question Some saw it ninny years ago but lew have seen it on its second appearance one has to get up early A man who viewed the comet lust week said that it was not as large as a starToday is an eventful One by the comet as it is booked to pass directly between the earth and sun To those who are interested in Halleys comet the following notes are printed On the evening of the 18th or morning of the 19th according to the ob servers longitude the comet passes between us and the sun and the earth will be enveloped in its tail if the latter is long enough over 15 million miles If this evening is clear it will be of great Interest and importance to look for illumination of the sky In the early evening just after sunset the comets tall will be in the east but a few hours later it will have passed over toward the west If as is sometimes supposed the tail is a hollow cone of light there will be two times at which the sky in general Is comparatively I brightly illuminated separated by on interval while were in the darker center of the tail Meanwhile the observe rs on the opposite side of our planet will have the rare privilege of seeing the suu through the comets head Only the extreme western portion of the United States is Included in this favored region but as the comet enters uron the suns disk at 623 p m by Pacific standard time and remains on it till 722 the transit will be visible all along the squareIly across the center of the son from west to past ANALYZING COMETS TAIL Astronomers haven scheme ou foot for collecting and analyzing comets tails On May 18 the earth passes th rough the tall of Mr Halleys c wiet Beginin on that day and for SfJme weeks thereafter a large phamber set up where the air is relatively pure is to be used as an air filter Large quanities ofaIr will be continuously drawn through it by means of a suction pump and come tary dust present filtered out by a strainer Whatever collection is in the strain et will be analyzed New York Press Things The WellDressed Boy Should Have A great deal ofattention is given now days to the small accessories of a boys wardrobe the rules being that every thing shall be neat inconspicuous and in harmony with tbe refit of the costume Shirts collars hoisery shoes hats and gloves are quiet as important for the boy as for the man and the modern molber findsherself obligde to exersize a good deal of discrimination in their selection Neckties end handkerchiefs too are serious matters for the little man of today for his boy associates are painfully prompt to take note of any departure from the conventional in such details Quiet colors arc demanded in these accessories the prerfence being given to navy blue silver gray and the darker grape shades These harmonize with all the smart suit fabrics and be come everyoneNew Idea Womans Magazine for June Will Wear Diamonds Pete Macy brought to Stephens port Saturday a sample of his aople and peach crop and from the llooks of the samples Pete will be able to wear diamonds next fall Store House Burns Word has been received from Steph ensport that the store of J W French at Ammons burned Monday morning Mr Stuarts family was living In the upstairs rooms and lost their house hold goods Mr Stuart nor Mr French had insurance The origin of tfie firo is not known Mr Frenchs loss is about 2000 with 500 Insurance He had 1150 in money which he had just put in the cash drawer that morning burned I J r r = nL GOES FOR TOUROF C W Sherwood Manager of J Bacon Sons Sails From New York OnTile Bremen For A Lenghty Journey C W Sherwood vice president and generall manager of J Bacon Sons department store Market street be tween Third and Fourth avenues has sailed from New York on the steamer Bremen for au extensive tour through Europe He will be gone about three months Like most American tourists who will visit Europe this year Mr Sheerwood will go to Oberammergau Bavaria to see the Passion Play He will spend some time in Berlin where he has a brother studying music and will also visit the following cities Dresden Bemen Vienna Munich St Gall Paris and London Mr SHeerwood whose old home is at Va11ln ford Conn has been connected with the establishment of J Bacon Sons since 1906 having come to Louis ville from the firm of Jones Bros Kansas City He was elected general manager and vice president of the Lou isville house in August 1908 PASSED AWAY J p Mrs Annali P Norton died May 6th Ft 4 oclock a in at the home of her daughter Mrs A A Richardsou of Garfield Ky She mad been with her for the last year She was born July 12 1882 and raised in Hartford Washing ton County N Y She was the widow of Aaron Norton who died September 12 1003 She leaves five children who mourn her loss They are George A Norton of Bonita Cal Jabez H Nor ion of Menotnonie Wia Mrs L Rich ardson of Garfield Enoch B Norton Bonita Cal Mis Mary A McCoy of Chula Vista Cnlal80 one sister Mrs Jane Daley Greenwich N Y When but twelve years of age she gave her heart to Christ an t united with her home church After coming to Ken tucky she sent for her letter and united with the Cumberland Presbjteriau church at Fieedoui- Fnrwell dear mother mine Thy road was TOugh and long But thy sturdy life of sacrifice Helps me to be brave and strong Farewell dear trusting soul You looked to Jesus blood He saved you cleansed you led you on And took you home to God Farewell dear child of God You braved lifes toil hud care You climbed the rugged hill with hope And spanned the chasm with prayer Farewell dear saint sleep on Thy calm and pladid face Assures my heart and makes me trust The power ol Gods grace A friend PearleBleMattlngly Garfield Ky Planted Tobacco Joe Stuart at Stephensport has planted three acres of tobacco Mr Stuart Is one of the good tobacco growers and his crop always brings the top of the market Delightful Picnic Miss Lula Margaret Severs gave an all day picnic to the members of her music and Sunday school clases Saturday The young people went to little Tar Springs and had a most pleasant day and a delicious picnic luncheon Sale of Store J Roskmd who has conducted a general merchandise establishment at Rineyville for several years has sold his store to H R Beatty of Constan LouIisyilletaken charge He Is a member ofIa well known family of Breckenridge and Is said to be a live merchant Etown Yews Gas Found At Tobinsport Information has been received here that one shot of gas was struck at Tobinsport while the Tobinsport and Evansville Indiana Oil Company was Coring for oil This is a most promis ing prospect for oil VI AbsolutelYPUt81 Royal P Raking Powder improves the flavor andaddstothe healthfulnessroftho food ROYALBAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure THE COTTON BLOSSOM I FIRST THROUGH TRAIN Greatest Show Yet Willl Return Again Soon Air Emerson Always Welcome To Cloverport With this Plays Harry Hlys Harry Mock and Mr Emerson are proof enough for a gocd showEmersons Cotton Blossom was here Friday night and produced a most entertaining play The Gipsy Queen Miss Ruby Kisman was the star and was admired greatly by the large audi enceCloverport people of late demand a good clean show and nice looking actors and actresses Mr Emerson knows this nnd makes it a business to have the best plays andplayer- sAttending Court Dan S Neafus D S Dowell Judge Baskett Lee Brenr and James Cox a fine bunch of Meade county fellows were at Hardinsburg Monday attending court Judge Adair of Stephensport was also there Was Good Friend of Dr Newsom Dear Mr Babbage When 1heI Little Sweetheart of the Kentucky Press came to me for a renewal to The Breckenridge News I had to give in so you will find enclosed 25 cents for a renewal I saw in this weeks News that Dr Newsom had passed away He was my old schoolmaster When Dr Newsom first came to this county he came to my fathers house to see if he could get up a school in the old Cannon School House My father soon made him up a four months school Nearing the end of the four months Dr Newsom said if he could get the school for five months longer he would go on and teach it making nine months He got the school I was a small boy then I went the nine months straight out and didnt get licked Mr Newsom was a splendid teacher He boarded at our house the whole time he was teaching I liked Mr Newsom very much Yours- J H CANNON Hardinsburg Ky R F D No1 I Our Old Time DemocraticTrue Enos Dear Mr Babbage Notwithstand big the extreme cold winter of 00 and 10 the short summer and the reappearance of the northern chilly blizzard to nip the premature fruit buds the Q U lockout and hundreds of men on a strike for the last six months here In theSliorie Bolt or the Payne Aldrich Filmflam ReviseUp waVd TariffBill or thehbig Cannonallism which controls the G 0 Pi I must hays The Breckenridge News another year It will find me at the same old stand Its just like getting a letter trom homo when I get this paper When about half of our population were tried by a very kind hearted judge for violating the Injunction Law tried and convicted them without a jury and smiled when his verdict passed the operatorsthe only consolation the poor boys had was We againThenthem that the only relief was to ab sorb my mind In perusing The News Very Democratically yours i ENOS KEITHI P STFlnd enclosed check forl i ti IJI I j C I To Bowling Green Over L and N Will Begin This Morning The first through train from Owens boro to Bowling Green on the L and N will begin this morning and the new service is expected to be a great success This will enable a passenger to leave here one morning and arrive in Nashville the afternoon of the same day and also offer direct connections to a passenger leaving Nashville at noon and arrive hi re at 725 p m The passenger trainleaving here at 720 a m arrives at Russellville at 1040 a m and at Bowling Green at 1130 am The train makes connec tions at Bowling Green at 1225 p m and puts a passenger in Nashville at 3 p m Leaving Nashville at 1215 p m a passenger can arrive at Owens boro at 725 p m on the same day This will give splendid connection at all points along the L and N line Sunday Owensboro Enquirer Doing Grinding Smith L Hanks the livery men at Stephens port have put in a gasoline engine and are now prepared to grind meal and crush corn for feed This is certainly a great convenience to the people of that section who want a turn of corn ground into meal or feed Lodge Notice Breckenridge Lodge No 01 Knights- of Pythias will decorate the graves of their deceased members Sunday June 5 at 3 oclock p m Every member is urgently requested to take part and to meet at the hall promptly at 130 p m after which tney will march to the Presbyterian church where a sermon fitted for the occasion will be delivered at 2 oclock The public is cordially invited There will also be an im portant business meeting bf the lodge Monday evening May 23 Let every member who possibly can be present By order of the Lodge Marion Weatherholt C C Bakers Dozen- S K Vessells who carries the matt from Stephensport to Rhodella is the father of thirteen children four boys and nine girls all living He is to have a family reunion soon and has promised us a picture of the group ExPresident Roosevelt would be hap py indeed to take a look at this family n1f Will Go West J C Alerserve amid son Ernest Mer serveafe going to California the last of this month They will probably locate there Cloverport Base Ball Team Beavin Tucker short stop Horace Tucker third base Layton Furrow pitcher Mike Tucker center field Robert Wilson catcher Owen Berry left field Clyde Hall right field Amlel Pate first base Sterrett Jarboe sec ond base StewartKInjfsbury Mr Fonzo M Kingsbury formerly of Cloverport and Miss Cynthia Stewart of Oreli Ky were married Saturday May 17 After a short wed ling trip they will be at home ou errton street Louisville 0 J h U- 1 U- Y Electric BittersSucceed When everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H j BOONS Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street J Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky i MiAilit31S1isi1715ti1i1k7tkSthisStk11k31i1A i FOR fSALE II i I iA nuraborof Farms dif foront Sizes and Prices IaI The Bank of Hardinsburg i Trust Co JI MttSrrJtJt rrtiRKrrkRroRrarrttrM- Ii DeH nOORJYiAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY Wilt practice his profession in all ot the Courts of IlrockonrlURo and adjoining coun tier Special attention riven to collections road saxes and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over lank ot Unrdlnsbure THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR11910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can got The Breckenridge News AND TH- ELouisville Times HOTHONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Juts tho best corps of cor respondentsCovers Kentucky field perfectlyCovers the general news field completely Ijfas the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip tion Right Awayt- o this paper not to Tho Louisville Time- sAdvertising is the Key note of success PROCEEDINGS Continued from last week Bond No 41 due Oct 8 1912 sOO 00 Bond No 42 due Oct 8 1012 500 00 Bond No 43 due Oct 81913 500 00 Bond No 44 due Oct 81913iL00 i00 Bond No 45 due Oct 8 IgW GODt00 Bond No 46 due Oct 8 1014 30S 20 Total amount standing 0235 i80 The above bonds bear interest from date payable annually at 5 per cent payable at The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky- Recapitulation Sinking Fund Bonds outstand ing 4400J Bridge bonds issued to pay for the erection of Tar Fork and Eveleigh Bridges 6235 80 General Expense Fund over drawn 1234 30 11870 10 Less amount left over from amount feceiv ceived from Mike Miller Supervisor of Roads to pay for bonds outstanding as shown in report herewith 3ltO Less balance to the credit of Sinking Fund 614 15 73534 11134 I6 All of which is respectfully submitted this the 5th day of April 1010 Paul Compton Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge County Ky Ordered by the court that Paul Comp ton be and he is hereby allowed the sum of seventyfive dollars Commiss ioner and Receiver 1000 The salary of the Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county having been fixed in the sum of 875 00 per year same is now reconsidered and his salary- Is fixed in the sum of 100 per year It is ordered that the following claims for sheep killed and injured and for costs incident to proofs of claims be and the same are hereby allowed to the per sons below named and same are certifi ed to the Auditor for payment viz Butler Alexander two sheep killed at 0 each 12 00 A Harrington appraiser in But ler and Alexander claim fiO Tom Horsely appraiser in But ler and Alexander claim SO J T McCamish magistrate in Butler and Alexander claim 50 P M Tucker 3 sheep killed and 5 injured f i 33 00 W Stribling appraiser in P M Tuckers claim 50 Mack Duncan appraiser in P M Butlers claim 51 J T McCamish magistrate in P M Butlers claim 50 Frank McGary one sheep killed 4 SO- Lon Rhodes appraiser in Mc G ry claim 50 R M Rhodes appraiser in Mc Gary claim 50 J OReilley magistrate in Mc Gary claim 50 P M Tucker one sheep killed 6 00 W Stribling appraiser in P M Tucker claim 50 Mack Duncan appraiser in P M Tucker claim 50 JI T McCamish magistrate in P M Tucker claim 50 Ordered by the court that the pro ceedings of this court be published in The Fourth District Leader and Breck enridge News under former agreement Came the County Attorney and of ered the following resolution towit Whereas the court as now consti tuted is composed entirely of new and inexperienced officers and Whereas Hon H DeH Moorman exCounty Judge has been quite courteous to this court and has taken great pains to advise and instruct said court as to the routine work of the same Be it r solved That we appreciate his kindly interest and extend to him our thanks for his advice instruction and generosity in these matters and it is now ordered that these resolutions be spread upon the records of this court Minutes read and approved and it is ordered that court adjourn sine die L L Waggoner J B C C At a called term of the Breckenridge County Fiscal Court held in and for the county of Breckenridge at Hardins burg Ky April 22 1910 Present Hon L L Waggoner Judge of Breckenridge county and the following named magistrates G A Wright G N Harris S H Dix Jno Akers Sam Slaughter and B A Whit tinghill being all the magistrates in Breckenridge county The following claims were read allowed i Cordially Invites all to Attend the great It will be a Great Event Do not miss it ANOTHER WOMAN CURED By Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Black Duck MlnnuAbout a year ago I wrote you that I was sick and could not do any of my housework My sickness was called Rotrofloxion When I would sit down I felt as if I could not got u I took Lydia E Pinkhams vegetable Com pound and did just as you told me and now I am perfectly cured and have a big baby boy ANNA ANDERSON Box 10 Biaci JJMrs Minn Consider This Advice No woman should submit to a surgi cal operation which may mean death until she has given Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made exclusive ly from roots and herbs a fair trial This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and invigorator the female organism Women resid ing in almost every city and town in the United States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia Vegetable Compound It cures female ills and creates radi ant buoyant female health If you are ill for your own sake as well as those you love give It a trial Mrs Pinkliam at Lynn Mass invites nil sick ivoineii to write her for advice Her advice is free nit always helpful Calvin Hendrick supervisor of tax book 19 50 Sam Conrad supervisor of Tax book 19 50 y H Miller supervisor of tax book i 195 Taylor Dowell supervisor of tax book 19 iJ Joe Glasscock supervisor of tax book 1050- It is hereby ordered that H M Beard clerk order a sufficient number of file books for the different offices This day came the Commissioners appointed to settle with the sheriff for school fund of 1009 and report that they have settled with said sheriff and that in said settlement he is charged with the sum of 13228 45 and is cre dited with 10039 73 paid leaving balance due of fl188 72 Whereupon 0the said sheriff Milton Miller paid Andrew Driskell Superintendent of Common Schools the sum of 3188 72 balancing said accounts and said sher iff thereby settled in full for saidyear On motion of J N Akers seconded by Geo N Harris said settlement is now approved and ordered to record in sheriffs settlement books and further appearing that there is due said Sheriff 40 per cent commission on the sum of 11088 72 as shown by said Commiss ioners report for collecting said taxes on the sum of 443 55 It is now order ed by the court that Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge County pay to M Miller sheriff aforesaid the sum of Hl3 55 commission out of General Emergency fund or otherwise if necessary the balance of the General Ex pense fund having been heretofore transferred to the General Emergency fund The following claims are hereby al lowed and ordered paid M H Beard Commissioner of RRlgOg 50 00 T A Dean 33 40 J B Herndon holding inquest 6 00 M H Beard claim for 1908 and 1009 in making sheriffs set tlement 50 00 W F Hook 2 claims as County Clerk 133 00 Milt Miller Statutory fees as Sheriff 177 00 This day came Claude Mercer in be half of Bradley and Gilbert Company and presented bill for slips to index deeds and for freight on same amounting to 160 70 which was allowed to which the County Attorney objects and excepts and prays an appeal to the Circuit Court which Is granted- It is ordered that report of Andrew Driskell Superintendent of Schools be filed which is done JudgeIDean be filed which Is done The following Magistrates were al lowed their per diem G A Wright 3O 001SamI Jno N Akers 3 00 Sam Slaughter 3 00 BA Whlttinghill 3 00 The minutes read and approved and it is ordered that court adjourn L L Waggoner J B C C PICTURES JN THE HOME Refinement of Household Often Indi cated by Wall Decorations- In the average home the plctifres do not seem to be considered an Impor tant part of the decoration of the roomThey are neither selected with curl nor bung with judgment or any Idea of appropriateness Some people put anything on their walls like the undertakers wife who covered her parlor walls with the pip tares of the people her husband bad burled But that collection bad a certain unity which is more than can be said AN ElFWIIVK illtOflINd nK IlritJUK AMl lllll AHUM of oil pilnilirs vnti i minr rlhltlg and plioinaiMjilis iiii I iiniiu insiilier InI a splendid ivintis 1111 Ili Irlti clplcs of lions IIiti HIIIIPII uiic litt tlitI best decoratorsI In IUsln sniu Unit a room nccdlclhat litMi oilier tee oration If the wnlln girt iiiiug with fine well clioKpn picture 1 A bright girl ont reiiiurUiMt It I could see the picture in then home I could tell what kind or people they areIf we realized the truth of this statement and knew how much our pictures give us away Iu spite of handsome furnishings and attractive surround- Ings we would view our pictures with new intelligence Pictures show the trend and culture of our minds as surely as do the books we read and buy We might take a look around our walls and enlightened by a few prin ciples In regard to g juplng pictures make a vast difference in the attrac tiveness of our homes First the pictures should be ap propriately rained A great deal can be learned In this line Every picture like a woman has a certain color and should be framed to harmonize with the general tone of the picture says Frank Alvah Parsons director of the New York School of Art in an Interview In Good Housekeeping Pictures showing large objects vivid colors uud lively action require wide deep frames Rosa Bonbeurs Horse Fair would look silly in a nar row little frame Quiet pictures take Inconspicuous frames Mats are losing favor anJl most pictures look better If framed without themThe sprawling figured wall cover ings are what kill the pictures In many houses A plain cartridge or two toned paper makes the best buck ground for pictures Too many pic tures also kill the effect In the banging of pictures the size ot the wall space should govern the size of tho picture They should be hung on the general eye level of the people standing In the room When several pictures are grouped they should be placed near enough to gether to appear u un- itChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAI Walked to Parliament All members of parliament did not ride to London from their constituen ts In the old days Mr Barclay of Ury who represented Kincardine shire In tho eighteenth century always walked the whole way doing his 50 miles a day with ease Mara thon runners may note that his re freshment on the Journey was a bottle of port poured Into a bowl and drunk ort at a draught George III took much interest In Mr Barclays ichlevements and said I ought to- be proud of my Scotch subjects when my Judges ride and my members of parliament walk to the metropolis The former allusion was tp Lord Monboddo who always rode to town Instead of driving considering it un manlytoslt ona box drawn by brutesLondon Gazette No Desire to Be Fat The reason you are so long and lean is because you eat rich food that doesnt agree with you Now Ill toll you how to live long and bo weld Never mind Id rather live and belong To be held in Louisville at Churchill Downs on This will be the chance of a lifetime Come A HELPING HAND Is Gladly Extended By A Clover i port Citizen There are many enthusiastic citizens in Cloverport prepared to tell their ex perience for the public good Testi mony from such a source is the best of evidence and will prove a helping hand to scores of readers Read the following statement Judge H Wills judge ot police court High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation In pronouncing Doans Kidney Pills the best remedy to be had for kidney disorders I take pleasure in recommending them to all persons afflicted with this trouble iI shall be pleased to answer any ques tions about Doans Kidney Pills at anytime For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the UnitedStates Remeofber the nameDoausand take no other Big Apple Crop New York May 13 Unless all re ports fail this is going to be a banner apple year It was feared at one time that frost had so injured the crop that it would be short Damage from freeze is principally in portions of Color ado and the Middle West Missouri Arkansas and Illinois will be short of apples while on the other hand parts of Colorado all of Washington Utah California Montana Virginia New York and Canada will have exceptional ly large crops The bloom was large in all these sections and the apples are now set and it is believed all danger is passed t- In many of these states it will be necessary to thin the apples to get good sized fruit It would be much better if there were less apples and larger sizes Up the Hudson fruit is in good con dition and will be the first Northern fruit on the market A desperate effort will be made everywhere this year to have nothing but standard barrels With a big yield the prices should be reasonable Cincinnati Produce News The Rented Room The overall girl who boards rents a room In which there are a bed rug dresser washstand and pair of cheap lace curtains at the window Never IIs the room Inviting until she gives It her own finishing touches This is not possible unless she can buy cheaply and make the room more attractive For n few cents she will be able to make n complete change in the room though It must be admitted she will have in add a little each week to complete tilt scheme In the first place she wil need a few pictures The plain bltiru or gilded frames are small neat amt may be fitted with pretty but Inexpon slve pictures Cheap lace curtains ar never pretty and usually the Iniidlndv will permit the boarder to furnish he i own curtains if she so desires The soft white batiste which costs but H cents a yard can be used for making double curtains and a valance of on tonne with side curtains will brighten the one window in the room If the window Is decorated in this manner then trim the dresser in the same way Heavy pasteboard cut into a frame can be finished with gathered valance at top with the side pieces gathered and allowed to fall evenly at each side Always bare plain hemmed linen on both the dresser and wasbstand If ti small stand is placed In the room It should hold a fern or blooming plant Wastebaskets are preferable to catch all bags and a very good llooking one can be purchased for a few cents A few cushions aro needed to brighten the room after which if the room Is kept clean It will have a very homelike appearance PunctuateRe- turning troD school the other aft rnoouv little Edith proudly Informed her mother that sbo had learned to punchuate Well dear said mamma and how Is it done You see mamma explained Edith When you write Hark you put n hatpinl after it and when you Ask n question then you put down a button look Pearsohs Weekly The Difference Mrs DashThe idea of Mrs Rash having society aspirations Why her atber was a peddler Mr Dash Yes hes entirely too forward She ought to hang hack until tfebplo have forgotten It Now iu your case my dear It was your grandfather who wds n peddler The greatest trust between man a d- man Is the trust of giving counsels Bacon SUBSCRIBE TtSVi oIIl4fl 1fX NE- WLiveryI Stable j Stephensport Ky 0 w I J New Rigs i New Horses M1 New Stable d jl Open for the Public Near f the Depot jj orjjx ty Feed of any kind we can 5- vj furnish you I We wilti handle Ice also ii- II Your patronage will iiapprociatcd I SMITH HANKS i y ProprletClrsjvix Stephensport Ky I +S 3 3 7S r J I rr = pOLAND CHINASfF 15 Fall Boars and Gilts sired by tjio 500 pound boar wo exhibited at County Fair They willweigh up to a 100 pounds and fasttl leIVilland registered in purchasers name at 15 and 20 IIIJIJ Owen W Soner ec Route No 1 VI caHardinsburg t+ eI00 apof ofisl lsEga IImfli1 gar IIFI YOU 1J1 I intw sal IIQont think itIu the IPays to II bls- tlm its c- Why I Advertise I bob Luv that rli 1 NrChots IJ I ask some ofI aGWea for 1 those who doI free II d see I ifDienIan DienWOm rI WOmtheyf III f upon eer Yo US6dud their sales aretheirc the m I aI 1Nowi t9fh t noneclassq time if you r A Wise only bawel9 w ra buy D Ieuragl Ine ku Jgortl- a5c at- NOTICE ij When sending a news item fp this et t flee please make it as brief as possJkJ so we can have room for all the few Telephone us your locals and items ntereLstub01l f 1 I The Louisville Times AVIATION MEET JUNE 18=19 1910 V r rl at which some of the worlds most noted V itOIIJt will be seen with their wonderful aircraft I rp r q ti- V n u 1JI r I RAILROAD FARES PAID I J JoqI 1 1 Ji Main Line Iy For everyone who buys the following amounts from the IJ statiOns below named I will pay railroad faresIStephensport 20 ISample 15 I Lodiburg 10 Webster 5 IEkron 10 IGuston 5II Branch Garfield 15 Basin Spring 5IEd F Alexander Irvington Ky Ii = I I HEM MEETING IN GRAVEYARD Young Suffragette Proved HeY Right tstoLeadership and Her Fidelity I to the Cause tr rii I IIn a graveyard Miss Inez Milholland 0Vassar graduate suffragette friend of andtoat her first and one of her cleverest s strokes In her campaign of Votes for Women It was during her days at Vassar college Miss Milholland on behalf Inof a band of enthusiastic suffragettes from the students had in vited several prominent leaders of the y onItheapproaching event reached the ears Tayloriissuedgathering Miss Milholland was not however A short distance Idaunted college grounds was a grave her forces she moved Into the cemetery and the speeches I were delivered among the tombstones From an article in The World To- Day I ILion Fondles A Child t 1110 l In 1ittsbuig a savage lion foudeled i the hand that a child thrust into I his cage Danger to a child is some times great when least regarded Often I its comes through Colds Croup and Whooping Cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could J B hove saved A few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of croup write I Mrs George B Davis of Hat Rock N C We always give it to him when be takes cold tit a wonderful medicine I iifor babies Best fr Coughs Colds I l LaGrippe Asthma Hemuiorhagep Weak Lungs sOc 1 00 Trial bottles tofreei Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Vanity Tickled During the early excesses of the French revolution n rabble of men and I women were rioting In the streets of orderedill1 upon them with two cannon The of V fleer begged the general to let him try first to persuade them to withdraw It Is useless to appeal to their rea J son said tho general K Certainly answered tho officer v and It is not to their reason but t- their vanity I would appeal yThe officer rode Up to the front ol I the mob doffed his cocked hat pointed toythe guns and said SIC Gentlemen will have the kindness to retire for I am ordered to shout down the rabble- S ti The street was cleared nt once for fnone could brook tho idea of being Jfclassed with the scum of the city U t k 9 A Man Wauts To Die only when a lazy liver and sluggish boweU cause frightful despondency TbuttDrKings New Life Pills expel f oisons front the system rim hope and courage cures all Liver Stomach anti rIKidney troubles impart health an- draYjgorto the1T weak t nervous andailing M5c at Severs Drug Co A Rare Bird Indeed- I think I shall learn to like that friend of yours You were favorably Impressed by him eh Yes Indeed He watched me play ing billiards for an hour yesterday without once suggesting how a shut ought to be made Detroit Frets Press His Illustration Papa whatI Is tnlth Well my boy they say your baby brother sleeps but Ive never seen him do it Yet If I believe he docs thats falthLlfc Heavy impure blood makes n muddy pimply complexion headachesnausea indigestion Thin blood makes you week pale sickly Burdock Blood Bitters makes the bloodrich red pure restores perfect health Old Times at the Capital In recalling the lively and picturesque incidents which the old timers enjoyed In Washington one is moved almost to tears over the commonplace nature of his own times John Adams used to bathe in the Potomac every morning at daylight because he had no bathtub in the White House and no one eve pulled a Ikodak on him President Taylor used to walk about the town and stop and chat with ev cry one he met like u policeman A reception in the White House in these days Is relieved of monotony only by the great crush of guests who trample the clothes off one anothers backs Another president set up in the east room u GOO pound cheese and Invited the multitude to come In and help Itself which the multitude proceeded to do CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought rt Boars the- Signaturo of Eyeglasses Did you ever notice queried an optician that nearly every person who wears rimless eyeglasses when polishing the lenses with a handkerchief holds the glasses by the nose- piece thus putting all the strain oJ the rubbing upon the screws which attach the glass to the metal Of course this tends to loosen the glass and wear out the thread upon the tiny screw This In turn causes tho lenses to wabble resulting in great dlscom tort to the wearer Its strange how little Intelligence Intelligent people diM play In simple matters but then It brIngs us business New York Globe Dr Thomas Electic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in our family for eight yearsMrs L SVhiteacre Buffalo N Y Oldest Library The oldest library ini the world Is thatot the Vatican It was founded bythl Emperor Augustus TIPS TO HIGHWAY USERS Engineers Novel Method For Keeping Roads In Good Condition A novel and unusual method of call Ing attention to the proper way in which to use a good road was recently put in operation by State Highway En gineer A N Johnson of Illinois It consists of a curd bearing the follow lug legend jjooJt1t lHOW TO KEEP THIS ROAD J JFO YEARSff road was constructed for IIThis IIseTdrive ruts in one track Avoid tT use one place all I wear will be in one place theII + make If you a rutii I 1not drive exactly where the last T wagon did the wear will be die i tributed which will keep surface smooth and the r thett I will remain good for otherwisn it will soon be rutted t and the smooth surface gone i 1oo J The cards are 3Vi by GVd inches in slzo and are given to tho men in charge of road work for distribution to passersby This culls direct attention to the subject and seems to be morn effective than placards tacked at tin side of the rand Instead of a hasty glance in passing the patrons of tho roads put the cards In their pockets to be reread ami given more mature con slderntlon NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Forgot Doctors Fee A former St Marys student writing trout Sno Paulo Ilu Brazil In the St Marys Hospital Gazette says A few days back I was giving chloroform ton patient when I felt a touch on my shoulder and a voice said The pa tient is very still 1 said He is quiet nil right and the voice replied I am his brother if he dies you die I have n pistol rind there are eight of use Here If any one Is 111 nil the fatally collects and they sit In the same room as the patient and watch what is done The doctor adds Unfortu irately though there were eight of them they forgot my fee Dont forget to try a News Want Ad Wonder of Blood Transfusion There Is nothing more dramatic in surgery than a transfusion of blood to see the patient take on the rosy hue of health waken out of his lethargy show an immediate live Interest In ht surroundings and actually recover un der the eye of the operator In adults we must not permit the amount trans fused to equal the normal for fear of suddenly overtaxing the heart but In the case of young children who have had severe hemorrhages there may be complete recovery without n period of convalescence so that at the termina don of the operation tho patient Is wellCentury r to this BIB as the possl tiew KEEP COOLd items ti CoII The Clover ort IceBog to announce their organization and incorporation and in about 30 days l thouGG IlO making building ice with their bran new 10 ton per day machine now being installed in ator r OUR MOTTOThe Best Ice at the Least Possible Cost tlCiqndersJgned AU desiring to make contracts for their ice will please correspond with tho Marion atberbQlt h SSeey1 1 y rYr U tod io r JOYS OF THE PRESSBY KENTUCKIANS IN NEWSPAPER WORK ==Compiled by 100186 == == =c=== ==c==== 0 AN originalunique and interesting creation of paper type 1Ink and bright cheery paragraphs that make one happy to read JUST LITTLE DREAMS COME TRUE Price ISc the Copy nt lite Print Shop of The+ Breckenridge NewsCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY FJA JT 1 EVERY FARMERAs well as every business man should have a hank account WHY Because Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method paysItMoney in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save bookkeepingYour business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg TrustCo Hardinsburg Ky tw A 4 4 HAD BOUGHT A GOLD BRICK City Man Found Himself All to the Bad In His Purchase of a Coun try Home William Raymond Sills regular vo cation in addition to decorating the lobby of the Broadway theater Is to put pieces In the paper about Lew Fields For this ho receives a salary said to be larger thanhut whats the useSills most notable achievement to date is a bouncing baby from whom knowledge of his fathers callng has been withheld thus far Time need of country air for any reputable off spring was impressed upon Sill by Mrs Sill last summer and ono eve ning the head of the household trl umphantly laid a formidable docu ment In the lap of his fireside com panlonWhats this she demanded Deed of the farm replied Sill Whose farm she asked Yours mine the kids answered her husband Examination of the document proved that it called for 11 acres of land Subsequent Inspection of the property revealed 6000 barrels of the choicest Long Island swamp 2000 gallons of malaria and an unlimited supply of eau de board of health Sill promptly christened the estnto Marshmellow Arms and began to cultivate The last time he struck a balapce sheet he rejoiced to learn that by his ardous toll he hind raised a halfacre of pond lilies yellow six families of muskrats and a scab bullfrog that croaks only in the afternoon That farm would bo a great prop osition sighed Sill if I only could get Annette Kellermann to work It for meFrom an article In The Green Book Album An Ideal Husband is jmtleut even with u nagging wife for he knows she heeds help She maybe so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melau choly excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness con stipatiun or fainting sad dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitterstbe most wonderfulremedy for ailing women Thousands of suffere from female trOll bles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and be come healthy and happy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- tsamarang ana netting Does the man who gambles bet his own money Many a man who would be greatly indignant and Insulted if ho were told that ho was gambling with what did not belong to him would have to admit the truth of the charge It ho gave it a few minutes thought Ho would not think of tak ing money from the cash drawer of his employer and yet he sometimes borrows money from a friend with which to gamble If ho uses money which ho owes to others for the necessities of lire to bet on horse races ho is using that which does not belong to him If his family needs tho money which ho wastes In this way he Is using money which ho has no right to lose There are very few men who can conscientiously gamble for there are others dependent upon them who have rights to bo consid ered and it Is tHeir money which Is lost Think it over and seo if you have a right to bet on races or gamble In any way Rome Sentinel For u mild easy action of the bowels single dose of Doans Regulets la en ough Treatment cures habitual coil stipation 25 cents a box flak your druggist ion tfcem it t u U IIfj fL I WOOLI I We want to buy yourII wool and will the HighestMarketPriceII inCash Dont sell until you see i usII I IIrvingtonII- I I H I- fi BRANCHES J I Jlanicd Ky Garfield Ky Ekron Ky IWllVeotPoint I- KyWIEIKLY tl- aJilMfliI 1JSJj fiB H r Courier=JournalHEN- RY WATTERSON EDITOR N Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can got the WEEKLYCOUKIElt JOURNAL and tho Breckenridge News Both One Year lorII H 150 0 i you will give or send your order to thisjpapor NOT to tho CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal veer 600 Sunday CourierJournal vel r 200 Wo can give you a combination cut ratoon Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 1 Try our Want Column Right Now l w I 1tr t r TIDE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday 1Subscription Price i00a year in advance GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nb the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUAK1ES charged for nt the rata or 5 cents per lino 11100ry t in advance tI Examine the label on your papcrif it is not correct please notify usi When ordering a change in the address subscribers should girt their old as well as their new addr- essEIGHT g PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1910 The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has recently added a new service that shall prove quite a convenience to traveling passengers of Western Kentucky A through train has been put on from Owonsboro to Bowling Green and this will enable one to leave Cloverport at 6 a m and get to Nashville at 3 pm the same after noon making connections at Owensboro Returning leave Nashville l t at 1216 p m and get here at 8 p m An energetic accommodating railroad company that is always trying to please the public is a source of great satisfaction to the business world We appreciate the railroads and glad to see every new stop of progress made by them especially our own Henderson Route The Dark and Bloody Ground an article of rare interest es pecially to the pros of the State appeared in Sundays edition of The Lexington Herald It is a brief account ofan incident in the career of W P Walton a magnanimous veteran in the newspaper profession of Kentucky When Mr Walton started in newspaper work at Stanford in 1875 he says he did not know a case from a galley But it has proven true that ho was so well constituted with backbone courage and honesty that he has made hisj life an inspira tion to the members of the press who are a tulle younger in years but not in spirit than Mr Walton There are eleven new buildings going up at Irvington We understand that a site has been secured for a college building which will be built this summer Prof Martin one of the leading educa tors of the county is at the head of it and a firstclass college is to he established It is just what Irvington needs and we hope there will be no hitch in its establishment The Danville Messenger the new paper just launched at Danville is indeed receiving a hearty welcome throughout the State The first issue was given a tremendous applause and it is a certainty that The Messenger has been called to stay The payroll at the shops for April amounted to over 4000 There is no institution that scatters money liko a railroad And a busy railroad makes a busy prosperous people That oil derrick at Irvington looks good i iTO THE GIRL GRADUATES 1 1From The May Number of The Circle J I June is indeed the crowning month with beautiful roses and sweet girl graduates in whom I am greatly inter estedThis day you are stepping upon the stage of reality with life your play and the world your audience Some of you have already chosen the role of a teach er the vocation of a nurse or that of ia stenographer Other are asking What shall I do I should say stay at home Get a job under your mother be a business girl in tho household Probably that sounds a bit old fashion ed and one might think I should have lived a hundred years ago however my knowledge of public life prompts adviceWhatever you decide to do there isi much you will be compelled to do or to leave undone before getting half way Starting take the regular train let ambition be your engine and keep iit lived No excursions no specials m reduced rates and no passes are giver to success full fare is required of all Pack your trunk with the necessities the greatest of these is love In the closet of your private car hang up your old clothes worries and mistakes jan them together and shut the door tight Be the keeper of your own soul few persons are potent enough to lock uj anothers keepsakes in their hearts fox time and eternity- A judicious arrangement in the long run is to discard all worn garments in stead of spending time and money in repairing them Of course that is easier said than done In everybodys wardrobe are garments quite faded and dingy that cannot be dispensed with until something else is gotten And the same is true of many details that come into the life of a young woman You are obliged to patch them frequent ly and make the best of them until cir cumstances alter You may be thrown In uncongenial surroundings you may carry the support of the family upon your shoulders or some physical afflic tion makes your way seem everything save short and sweet Remember the k road is long that has no turning frKeeppatching wishing and working Work is glorious The more you work the stronger you will become mentally i and physically And the wages of work 4r- b is power as well as money If I could teach girls one thing I would instil iin their minds not to be ashamed of work or the prints of labor palm blisters and enlarged finger knuckles A man went into a department store the other day to see a friend of mine and could not find her She saw him coming and hid under the counter How my heart went out in pity to that girl not be cause she was a clerk but for the reason she allowed her false pride to push hdr down v Shame lies only in dishonest work and disgrace Work for something Decide what you want and set your head to attain it Concentrate specialize and practise this until your desires are vividly ac complished Please do not do like the woman who told me this I have been wanting to go East for ten years Now I have the chance and do not care to- go Oh I wanted to shake the foolishness from her When you see through the keyhole the very opportun ity that you had longed for and invited pray have politeness enough to open the door In taking this journey goodby must be said to many associates those who are too lazy and those who lack confi dence in themselves to progress with you Your parting will doubtless arouse ridicule from the idle ones they will express all manner of sarcasm against you and spiteful ones will try to make you miss your train On the route though assuredly are those who will encourage you and praise your efforts especially those who have al ready succeeded Not long ago I wrote to seventeen newspaperwomen for short stories of their careers for my article which was published in the Lou isville Times and the two who were the most brilliant in journalism were the first to respond to my request and offer me assistance While your train is going pile on all your ambitious friends and if there Is standing room left give that to your enemies Do not let your trip be for self glorification alone if you do it will be awfully lonesome at the end The days when you become painfully tired get off your train and go to a show or a funeral See why others arc laughing and crying Every girl peeds Q I ARe l NOW IS THE TIME tCA I J t 1icnte a change a rest a visit matters not how delightful iis her daily routine 1 If you live in the city go to the county and run through the fields it you live in the country go to the city and look in the show windows One might ask the question What of the people tI shall meet In time you wilt possibly learn Uiat some are not what you supposed them to be friends do not seem to be as kind as you expected before you left your college halls They fail to give you the position you want without your asking fail to favor you with invita dons after your courtesies to them and so on in the business and social expe iences of girls All human beings like yourself are not perfect Just makeup your mind to put yourself in the other persons plHce this is the only way we can understand the other per sonthe other girl And out of the window you must pitch your own faults try to find them in yourself as quickly- as those of others Are you sensitive conceited critical and hard to please Are both your tongue and temper quick You know the meaning of tnese they are wreckers of joy and peace Sometimes temptations will confront each and every one of you not temptations to make you steal a diamond ring 3r lie about those you love bnt tempta tions to be revengeful to be greedy to let slip the advantages you have to make your life brighter and more useful It is only through persistent ef fort that you can conquer them but you should not think that because once you tried to return good for evil and failed you cannot succeed next time I can yield not to temptation I can forget and forgive but I cannot stand disappointments declared an earnest girl Simply because she has never understood disappointment The worst of disappointments is on top if you would dive deeper into them you would find they are not so bad as they seem You know when you make candy the impurities all foam up and yet in the bottom of the pan there is pure sugar The same is true of all sorrows Learn to look into them more deeply see the lessons and blessings that lie in them Ir think disappointments arc most deceiving At first they seem destruction to felicity but they are oftentimes clouds with wonderful linings You Can turn the silver side out it has been lone by many A Louise Babba e Subscribet i =FOR I r wAytho 1sec 11- XnnssrJ ill enw t v Our stock of Tailored Wash Suits Silk Suits = and Coats Wash Dresses and Skirts is most L1 complete and our price range extensive making jjt it easy for you to find now just the garmentwanted rt in correct size and at the price you desire to pay Ar L Garment department second llo- orTailored fI bag Wash Suits Brie 5t In a multitude of good styles and of such materials as imported Repp Linen Crnshunl Ramie Cloth etc in white and the leading colors and Aft QQ upRin overt size for women and misses at prices from c Ito Zl OU will Gt- Babl Summer Wash 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always cater to their wants ape I IYe when consistent with sound banking principles lJJ IllOT Ue I e I 0 Ill 0 rr TRIPLETTPH1LPOT Miss Mary Triplett and Mr Carl Philpot Were United In Mar riage Sunday Afternoon At Bewleyville BewleyvilleMay 10 speclalIn the prosence of many friends and relatives yesterday afternoon May Is about 330 Rev R D Brittian of the Dewleyville Baptist church performed the ceremony which united in holy wedlock Mlgs Miry G Triplet and Mr earl Philyqt Immediately after ihe umptial they left for Louisville their future home The bride was dressed in a lovely tau trav eling suit with lint and gloves to match while the groom wore a dark blue serge suit i They marched out on the porch to the strains of Meudelsshons wedding march which was played by Miss Mar guerite Stith and during the ceremony Meditation was played very softly The groom is an ambitious young farmer and who Is liked by all who know him The bride is the accomplished and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs T 11 Triplett Many presents were received Con gratulations are extended to the lucky couple OHIIdrn Cry FOR FLETCHERS C ASTPRJ4lJ- f 1 11H Base Ball Games By Mike Cotton Blossoms vs Cloverport Jrs Cloverport 21 Cotton Blossoms 7 Cotton Blossoms batteries Slirnm Cooper Cloverports batteriesB Tucker Joe Graham M Tucker Chalmerys made a sensational catch Joe Graham and Mike Tucker got two base hits Horace Tucker the hitless wonder played a good game Tell City Triumphs vs Cloverport Jr sf Tell City 5 Cloverport 24 rtlfCity batteriesZully and An dersonrCloverport batteries WlncheUV and iVilscn Red Berry left fielder was the feature of the game Joe Graham made a home run Lewis made a threebase hit M Tucker and Win chell made two twobase hits Dillon played a good game on short Struck out by Winchell 135 struck out by Zul iy 3 Cloverport challenges any team un der 21 yearsof age RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS JKFor Precinct and city Offices 2liO For County Offices 600 Pot State and District Officesl O- OFor Calls per line 10 For Cards per line V1Q For All Publications in the Inter let of Individuals or expression of iadlvldual tlcwi per line 10 0 HAVING BIG TRADE Irvington Produce compa Y1pi Doing A Wonderful Busin s4 I At The Railroad JJunction f 1 I 1 1Lington Produce Company shipped car load of dressed poultry and egr last Thursday and another carlo Mondaydtyr Downs is certainly making go at Irvington and his produce hpusfJ T a great boon to the poultry ratsi around that town Mr Downs bu thelr turkeys chickens and otherpr duce by the wholesale and gives thf good pr ces And with it all lieIs agreeable man in both his sbclalj business dealings so to trade vtfj him Is very satisfactory j y Men may come and men may god 1 the Irvington Produce Co gosII along In Its own good paying the top prices in cash ate0 l I right on the spot at all times to i the farmers products The Irvington Produce Co hasn of the best equipped plants Jot ling eggs poultry arid all Jtii country produce in the country lsides it is in touoh with alltheE markets it ships to New York attar the best markets In the county sequently it can give the ye 4 prices at all timas It Is atinstitution it goes righf aloe season and out and the farmer w ways find a market for tif Atuft IIAI Reliable Remedy c CATARRH 4 Elys tCream Balm isI quick If absorbed If i Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothen Heals and protects the diseased inn driveawayj j tho Senses of Taste and Smell Full size t150 cts at Druggists or by mail Liquids Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 ate i Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street Now York fr iff 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 181910 ts OlltlltwtlitlltIitIlitP drrK st t LITTLE HOME ABOUT S FARJK KK1txyr hi Demons 15c dozen at Babbages = r7 LV Armours pure lard 17c lb Babbijv Lenox soap 7 bars for 25c at Bab bages JP Ed Morrison is in Rockport visiting friends NSterrettI Jarboe was in Owensboro h ILj Sunday k Rollie Fallon is home from Seeley 0 ji villa Ind Granulated sngar 17 pounds for 1 at Babbages K Layton Furrow has been visiting ink Cincinnati as K Virgil Bowlds spent Sunday in Ste i phensport ont Otto Tague returned Saturday from 5IOhioI of Stephensport was Mr and Mrs Chas Kiel spent Saturday in Louisville Miss Watson spent Sunday in Hawes with friends- Midsummer4villa line of shoes at Sippels The Shoe Store 8 v Miss Mayme DeHaven has returned iV from Hardinsburg IJ Mrs Graham Jolly and children spent Sunday in Guston Joys of The Press 15 cents they copy News Office Mr and Mrs E W Gabbert are inii Evansville this week y iMr Oliver Belt has gone to Dawson 7 j jSprings for a short visit Mr Ryan is visiting her daughter ii Mrs Burt Muir in Louisville Miss FJora Mncey of Holt is visiting jjMr and Mrs Milton Brown JI Mr and Mrs Frank Sanders were here from Tobinsport Sunday ii iiMrl and Mrs Frank English have re df jj turned from a visit in Owensboro NMrs Harvey Wilson of Evansville Is the guest of Mrs Steve Wilson rt Jf = Mrs J E Stone is visiting Dr and J C Bush Cannelton IndttttMrs Jas Cordrey and Miss Bertie were in Louisville Friday r JJMrs Dillon of Hardinsburg was the of Miss Della Winchell Friday White has purchased a fine I horse and nice buggy from Ray Pile Miss Mayme Hawkins of Mattingly ItS spent Sunday with Miss Carrie Tucker Mrs Etta Evans of Brooklyn N Y arrived last Thursday evening Rev Shepherd of Louisville will preach at Garfield Baptist church Sun dayMisses Nina Weatherholt and Della Winchell of Tobinsport were here Sunday Mrs J T Newton of East St LoW is visiting her mother Mrs John Fui rowFor the best shoes and most reasonable prices go to SippelThe Sh06 Man Miss Addle Fairleigh of Louisvill has been visiting Miss Mildred Bat sage Miss Chloe Peyton of Patesville has seen visiting Miss Ethel Kevs this week Mrs A B Skillman and daughter Miss Lizzie Skillman were in Louisvill ast week Mrs J F Winchel of Stephenspofl vas the guest of Mrs L V Chapi ast week Mrs John Burks of Louisville has seen the guest of Mr and Mrs W- H Bowmer Miss Alice Pate of Mattingly spent ast week here with her sister Mrs eyton Scott Mr and Mrs James Dejarnette of tephensport were guests of relative here last wesk Miss Rhodes and brother Earl of IcDanicls have been visiting Mrs N else Quiggins Clarence and Warfield Hambleton of lattingly have been visiting Mrs C D HambletonGo Cordreys to see her fresh line of summer hats which she purchased last week JesstOwen was home from the south last week the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs J T IOwenI A new line of summer hats in the latest and newest patterns have beer ceived at Mrs Cordreys Miss Francis Smith Miss Georgic White and Mrs Fred Ferry went to the rcus at Owensboro Friday Mrs George Zimmerman and baby off Cannelton spent the week end herewith Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith Mrs Bland Shacklett of Ekron and- Mrs Gus Brown of Hardinsburg are visiting at the home Mr AA Richard sonMrs Susan Pate and Mr and Mrs Frank Brickeyof Hardins School- House are visiting Mrand Mrs Ernest ateEnclosed find 25 cents please send me the News three more months 1I- I cannot do without itMrs Myrtle White Mr and Mrs W R Wilson of Can nelton were visiting his mother Mrs D V Wilson in Louisville a few days- last week Mrs Alfred Heston of Hardinsburg has been visiting her mother Mrs Francis Sawyer who accompanied her home Friday Mrs John Leitch and handsome little- son John Charles have been visiting her mother Mrs LigHtfoot and her brother Dr Forrest Lightfoot bliss Belle McGary was called from ardinsburg last week to nurse Floyd hitehouse who is iHelf rheumatism at his home in the West End 44 A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Allen Kingsbury who hasbeei seriously ill for the past four weeks iis slightly improved and her friends arc anxious for her immediate recovery For the most reasonable prices am I elegant materials for midsummer mill nery go to the hat store of Miss Evelyn Hicks who gives every order her personal interest Remember my shoe sale is going or and continues to go on until June 15th I am selling mens womens and childrens all styles from Common- Sense to the latest at costJ H BrownBrabandt the photographer will be in Irvington Tuesday and Wednesday in Hardinsburg Thursday Friday and Saturday and in CloVerport all next week If you want Disc Harrows Corn Drills Double Shovel Plows Cultiva tors Riding or Walking Mowing Machines or Fertilizers call on Julian H BrownSend your orders for Joy of The PressBy Kentuckians in Newspaper work compiled by Louise to the Breckenridge News office Price 151 cents the copy Mr and Mrs R N Hudson have sold their beautiful home on Elm street to the trustees of the Presbyterian church for a parsonage for the Rev H W DuBose Possession will be given in juneWoodford Sun Burt Oram of St Louis Mo who has been visiting relatives and friends has returned home He is making good in the railroad circles of that city and has an excellent position Mrs W B Taul is very ill at her home at Pisgah She is a good woman and has many devoted friends Mr and Mrs Lonnie Taul of Evansvillei have come to be at her bedside f Henderson Route Notes 155 round trip to Owensboro May 13 returning same date account Ring ling Bros Circus 3 round trip to Louisville May 0 and 10 returning not later than June 5 Also May 12 1419 2126 28 30 and June 2 and returning two days after date of sale account Spring Races Back to Work Ella That clumsy fellow has been a onductor Stella How do you know Ella When I said something about his being on my train ho suid Tickets Fork PressiipleaseNlw IIt you dont do better today youll 1o worse tomorrowLoomis + + m WntS+ Wanted 50 Men at Once stonYrmaking from SI60 tocoS00 terdayIeteita work Obod living accommodations Melt Supt of quarry WIITnmpklnsiitllrnncton burg Ky Saturday toonilng For Sale Eight Room House pORSAMC Two story houso with 8 room and two hulls collar underneath on roodtlLbcluudtlon high wlliln HO yards of school house 011 one side and church on tin other 1rlco it000 Apply Mrs Lucy A Hunter Qlcndcimc Ky For SaleShieepT- IIORODUIIBREI Shropshire and islocl and 3 bucks all TOUOI and la good condition for saleS O Ilend rickson Cloverport Ky fgr Sale Store WEj wish to sell our stock ot goods consist Ingot Dry Goods Groceries Notions Etc Will either sell or rent store house and dwelling combined Good stand rind good business Eor further particulars write to Guslituan k Son Huymond Iy For Sale Scholarship FOR SALFSciiolnrhlp In tine howling University good In any dooart wont ofthat University lirockenrldgc News Cloverport Ky Cemetery Notice ALL persons wantlllir lots cleaned In the see A L KICKETTS Olver port Ky A NEW LINE FOUNTAINPENS I AT PRICES TO SUIT I Severs Drug Co t J Had a Fine Time Mr Jno D Babbagc Mr and Mrs Sam Berry Mrs Vernon Connor Mr and Mrs Wm Holllous Mr and Mrs John Neubauer Mr and Mrs Weaver atum Leonard Gregory Mrs A N Simons Mrs Perkins Miss Emma Cummings and Mrs Bert Daniels at ended the circus at Owensboro Eriday and had amost delightful day Dont Forget our Want Column 4 Hopeless Lawyer You dont like the jury Defendant do not No 1 is buy allor Xo 3 Is my grocer No C is iny nick and egg dealer and No 7 is my vlfetf first husband What cfinnco have I gotSt Paul Dispatch A Stern Chase Tine Youth Yes Im In business for uyself but I dont seem to be able to meet with any success The SageNobody ever meets with nosiness young man He must over take it Philadelphia Press you will Lace Wall and r has at that suit all Do not buy you I have kinds at than can it Nice Line of 50o up to Mack silk T I E 1II 0JII 101 JII JIon- Q INT Coffee and Tea0 You Want The Best Dont You Then why not try Chase and Sanborns superior qualitieso 0 Use them once youllnever be satisfied any otherI I II tell you how to make a delightful Peanut Fudge 0 00- QrrnQ C NOLTE BRO 0 Ej CLOVERPORT KY J 1 I 101I0 II 01 I On Notice in your FAN TAZ coupons a once found in Louisville Post am Owensboro Con fectioneryWorlds Sunday School The Worlds Sunday School Association will be held in Washington D C May 19 to May 24 thou sam delegates are expected and fifty natio will be represented Shake off the grip of your old enemy Catarrh by using Elys Crea Balm Then will nil the swelling an soreness be driven out of the tender Inflamed membranes The fits ot sneezing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will bt stopped when the causes that produc it are removed Cleanliness comfo and renewed health by the use of Crea Balm Sold by all druggists for i51 cents or mailed by Ely Bros SO Warren Street New York An Enthusiastic The Century Club of Henderso has just issued its annual booklet an it is a most attractive number Mr Edwin Hodge is an active member i0 the club and is quite Interested in th work Marcurys Accident Whats the matter with your olllc soy He hurt while rumiln when I sent him on an errand th other tiny Come offl You dont mean to say I do He never did the errand bu he found out wiry a horse had toilet down In the ntrcet Cleveland Lender 01 Big Lot at oc lOc lino at popu A and for and in at that i 1 MOLT t i iBros iI Edison the Ringling I FridayIwent r Tames and John Jr are Mrs Lee of was the of Miss Esther Hall I Mrs Taylor Dowell last with her Mrs who is very Esther Hall and Minnie Morris i have after i spent in Roy Beavin was the guest of Miss Lucy Hall Frank home Sun day after days with his sister Mrs Seth Knott of Frank Miller has home alter several months in He says is no place like old Ken tucky Miss Ada is her Mrs Tom of Stephensport Champion of Grove Ind was the guest of Miss Minnie Morris Morris is at after in Hardinsburg severaldays s Journalist Dead Lyne age 70 r died at his in He was the Nestor of and served a number of on the and 1 CIU 10JII 0Jill 101 JII IIilk JII I THE TEST OF TTOFOGOOD ras Government the plate for its fighting so every II Kirschbaum Fabric is tested rejected if not to standard U Nothing less absolutely pure is accepted and thatnofomaking and is carefully watched Then when you consider theUgarment is handtailored you the for resistance eartest of j r KIRSOHBAUM CLOTHEST- he lUJ Kirschbaum Label is a of good clothesit insures the for the It greater moneys worthin can prove for yourself if you in sist when you We guarantee Should you imperfection in the or tailoring of a Kirschbaum garment re the money be refunded n For House Cleaning want Curtains Carpets Iluofs Mattings Alex and them all will until see what Ladies Muslin UnderwearAll of underwear Alexanders cheaper you make Ladies ReadyMade Waistsfrom 250 also o0 with OQ Let us Butter lj Bring MessengerBrowns Eight Nasal Club himself finishing warranty handmade skirts Laces nice of readymade pricesI Snappy Of LowCuts Oxfords For Men Boys spring summer now stock prices will suit Gibson attended Skillman McGufttn visiting Hannah Hardln Burns Evansville guest Sunday spent week mother Canary ill- Misses returned home several days Stephensport Sunday Johnson returned spending several Webster returned spending Illinois there Merritt visiting sister Stewart George Hardins Sunday Arad home being Aged Edmund years Sunday afternoon home Henderson Kentucky Journalism for years Journal Gleaner IOI UST the tests armor fleet and up than wool every have reason theevery most least means fact you upon this label buy these goods find cloth turn same and will Paper prices muslin under worth ladies skirts Line Ladies Starling Ladies Wash SuitsA- lll colors at 500 a suit worth SG50 Ask to see thong You will find the most complete line lJJ of white goods and wash goods in Q Breokenridgo countynLadies Trimmed Hats Uo nhiltsU Qd llEDQ F ALEXANDER Irvington r Kentucky u Mp Ol = 01tl0D oo ciocto Jill io1 o OIL 0 0 fori a J j H w qrn n I W ap k r i9 1 I+ u++eeNeNNeeeNece The Lure 0 AI t N t CHAPTER XII QUAY VEILS HE fascination of Monte Carlo Is not to bo describedIt must T be seen Vice shall be attrac tive says the mother of Satan At Monte Carlo It Is more than at tractive it Is compelling A subtle 1 hypnotism prevails the lure of gold Fool and rogue saint and sinner here they meet and mingle and change To those who give Monte Carlo but a 3i trifling glance toss a coin or two on the tables and leave by the morrows ft train It has no real significance It Is simply one of the sights of Europe I To this latter class belonged the two young men They had no fortunes to u retrieve no dishonesty to hide no res I ltutlons to make no dancers to clothe U and house It was but a mild flirtation They had searched Nice and Monaco1 n and Mentone but the women they i sought were not to bo found They rt decided therefore that tho women had gone on to Paris My system needs a tonic said Merrlhew Well hold the funeral after to nights play Of all the damfool game ItsrouletteAnd prove It Morrlhcw ro c plied I have just SiiO loft lie took tk out tho gold and toyed with It CanT L you hear It he asked Hear what The swan song of these tender nay 1 poleons Merrihew had played the numbersr the dozens the columns the colors odd and even Sometimes the would win n little but a moment later the re lentless rake would drag It back to the i bank Nature hat done this very prettily Quite clever with her colors dont your know he drawled plucking the down1 on his upper lip for lie was trying to iJ r raise a mustache convinced that two waxed points of liar at each corner of his mouth would ipress the hotel iilili liwattersand other fat lnl baseborn rJ 2 Dont be a jacka s Hlllard was t out of sortsf r 1TYouagreed with me that I was one s Why not let me make a finished prod r k0 uct good humoredly youercredit now i You will not sot eyes upon It till we return to Genoa Thats final Ip know you my boy and I know Monte Carlo Even with your fifty a watch xt 4and1 a ring Im afraid to trust you out fork4 give nor forget those bad cigars Come ton Well take a look at our Italian A picture beautiful but false friend Hes a bad loser I have seen him lose his temper too Its my opin l r ion that hes a desperate man comeI9So they walked round to tho en 9tranceto tho gaming halls where thoI lights the gowns tho jewels the spar kling eyes the natural beauty and the beauty of enamel the vaguo perfumes tho low murmur of voices tho soft rustle of silks the music of ringing gold all combine to produce a picture as beautiful as a mirage and as false They joined tho never ending procee Blon which passes In and out of theIswinging doors hay after day year after year Tii r y the chap with the scar He to ft handfome beg vr Hlllard admit G n 1QbLt s iJf the iii Mask0 By- HAROLD T t MAC GRATH I + Copyright 1908 by the Dobbs Merrill Co I r NNe0e00eNe ted I wonder what sort of blackleg he Is lies no ordinary one Im cer tain I begin to recognize the face of the man with him Ties a distinguished diplomat The Italian played like an old land a number once In awhile but making It a point to stake on the colors lied began to repeat Itself He doubled and doubled On the sixth consecu tive turn he played the maximum of 12000 francs and won Time diplomat touched him on the arm significantly but tho player shook his head Ten minutes later he had won 40000 francs Again he refused to leave his chairIf he stays now said Illllard he will lose It all Ills friend Is right Forty thousand francs 8000 murmured Mcrrlhow sadly Why couldnt he have luck like this Illllard was a true prophet There came a change In the smile of fortune The game jumped from color to dolor seldom repeating with zero making itself consplpuous The man with the scar played on but he began to lose small sums at first then larger till finally he was down to his original stake The scar grew livid He waited five turns of the wheel then placed his stake on the second dozen lie lost Ho rose from his chair scowling Ills eye chanced to meet Illllards and their glances held for a moment Fool said Morrlhcw In an under tone as the man strolled leisurely past them Eight thousand and not con tent to Iuitl- Meanwhile the trolleys from Nice and Mcntone had poured Into Mute Carlo their usual burdens of pleasure seekers On one of tune cars from Nice thero had arrived two women both veiled and simply gowned They sel dom addressed each other and never spoke to nay one else Doubtless they were some sober married women oir for a lark Upon leaving the car they did not at onCe go Into the cacino oul directed their steps toward the terraces for the hand was playing They sat In the shadow of the statue of Mas senet anti near by the rasp of a cricket broke In upon the music When tin music stopped they linked arms and sauntered up and down the wed sweep of stone mutually Interested In time crowds Once as they passed be hind a bench the better to view the palaces of the prince they heard till voices of two men As they went on the women hoard something about those bad cigars The men were Americans evidently It was only an Inconsequent Incident and a moment later both had forgot- tenItAt which table shall I make Mi stake Kitty The center There Is always h crush there timid we shall not bo no ticedI do not agree with you there How ser It shall be the center table Whal would you do Kitty If I should break MQ bank Die of excitement truthiuliy You will live through this event then With a light careless laugh La Slgnorlna pressed her way to that ta bleShe lost steadily from the start She gave no sign however that hur forces wero In full retreat from the enemy She played on and the humid which placed the bets was steady And when the gold was nil gone she opened her empty hands expressively and shrugged She was beaten Behind tho chair of the banker oppo site stood the Italian Time scowl still marred his forehead When the wo man In the veil spread out her hands he started There was something fay mlllar In that gesture And then tho woman saw him For tho briefest moment liar form stiffened Kitty La Signorlna whispered let us go out to the atrium I am tired They left the hall leisurely and found a vacant settle In the atrium How cold your hands are ex claimed Kitty Kitty I tun a fool a fool I have unwittingly put my head In the 1I0usI mouth If I had not reached this scatI In time I should have fallen I would willingly give nil my rings If at this moment I could run across the balljj and out Into time open Merciful heaven Why what Is tho matter What has happenedII I cannot explain to youII Was It some one you saw In there Silence and sit perfectly still A man In evening dress came out into the atrium lighting n cigarette At the sight of him both women were 1 startledIt Mr Hlllnra Mr Mcrrlnews friend Kitty would have risen but J the others strong band restrained her EveryI Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since 9 keCARDUI The Womans Tonic Cardui is a gehtle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells it JUtty remember your pronnor Is lip the mini No no Only I linvo said that we must not inept him It inlKht do him Incalculable Imnu Hnvtu Ln SI Kiiorlna repeated Do you understand Illllard blew outward a few pale rings of smoke and circled the atrium with nu Indolent glance which stopped as It rested upon the two veiled woo men A certain curiosity Impelled him toward them and IIP sank on time settle with perhaps half n dozen spans of the hand between IIe observed the woo men frankly Not a single whlsp of hair escaped the veils not a line of any feature could be traced and yet time tint of llcsh shone dimly behind the silken bands of crape lie nodded Time yells did not move fortune favors the brave but rare ly tho foolish There was no response but the small shoe of the woman nearest be gan to beat the floor over so lightly IIIHnrd was chagrined Thereupon he bowed and sought an other sent The women hurried to the lobby He would have given them no further thought had not the Italian with the scar appeared eyed the retreating figures doubtfully and then started after them That he did not know them Illllard was reasonably certain lie assumed that thd Italian saw a possible flirtation lIe rose quickly and followed The four departed from the casino and crossed toward time Hotel de Paris the women In the lead As yet they had not observed that they were being followed The car stops ut this turn As the women came to a stand one of them saw the approaching men In stantly she tied up the street The other hesitated then pursued her com panion Whatever doubts the Italian v1I11udyt Grace of Mary that is droll might have cjitertnlncd this flight dlsII Ipatcd then He know nowhe knew With a sharp cry pf exultation he broke Into a run So did nillard Peo pIe turned and stared but none sought to Intercept nny of tho runners lu Monte Carlo there nro many strange scenes and the knight errant often hinds that his bump of caution has suddenly developed And there wereI no police abOut they were on the en sino terraces or strolling through theI gardens Past tho park the quartet ran ThenI amo a stretch of darkness between ono electric lamp and another And thenas If whisked away by magic I the foremost woman disappeared The other halted breathless She started i again but too late The Italian caught her roughly and quickly tore aside the veil Kitty Kllllgrew Hlllard cried lid sprang forward and grasped tin Italian by the shoulder The Italian struck out savagely but Illllard rctei his arm Each man could hear the urenthlug of the other quick and deep You meddling dogeI gasped initnrd Take care lest the dug bite signor Ilonse my arm anti stand aside Presently Now that way Is yours said Hlllaro pointing Are you certain the Italian hissed So certain that If you do not obey no I shall lull tthe police I should Ilkf nothing better re plied the Italian with it coolness which lumfoundod Illllard- Do you knew these ladles Do lIUt insolently MyI knowing them does not mat or limit It Is any gentlemans con cm when a man gives pursuit to a ads who does not wish to meet him A IlIdGrncQ of Mary that Ila droll Hlllard released the imprisoned arm There was a patent raillery a quizzical Insotoucewhich convinced Hlllard that till Italian had not given chase put of an Idle purpose Vo shall meet again the Italian said softly I hope not replied Illllard frankly However you may find me at the Hotel do Londres Time Italian laughed again You un derstand the language well debating- iy And the people too Hlllard had no desire to pass the time of day with his opponent Well I have said that wo shall meet again and It must be so And your hat as well as mine Is Ktlll In the casino Tho night Is cold The Italian permitted his glance to wander over Hillard critically He swung round on his heel and walked rapidly down the street Hillard turned to reassure Kitty Kitty had vanished To be continued BeUerTltanit Cure It Is well to cure n cold but better to prevent it As soon us you freln cold coming on take one or two Lanes Pleasant Quinine Tablets You will not have It cold and the Tablets will leave you feeling better than ever They cure grip in a few hours 25C a box at druegistsfund dealers SOME JOYS OF MODERN LIFE Short Conversation Wherein the Rooster Explains a Few Things- to the Patient Hen Tho Hen first looked at the pro mium notice on the insurance policy It Is about twice as large as It ought to be explained the Rooster this being due to the fine offices the company maintains the exorbitant salaries I paid to tho officers and to oth er things besides I see said the Hen How about that gas bill Same principle replied the Roost er In this case we are charged correctly on the face of It according to the reading of the meter but In reality we are paying double because the gas company fixed the thing up with the legislature Besides we are paying for a poor quality of gas We are obliged to do this because there Is only one gas company allowed- I see said the Hen How about this carpenters bill 1 Thats about onethird more than It ought to be The lumber was bought from a syndicate who allowed the carpenter a commission Then his men who belong to a labor union shirked their work because If one of them set too high a standard all the rest would have to live up to It II see said the Hen How about this feed bill The feed as you know was half husks The Corn Threshers trust Is responsible for this They got a bill through the last legislature enabling them to control tho output Of course = But what on earth are you doing I never saw you act that way before Nothing much replied the Hen It makes mo laugh thats allNewY- ork Times A Regular TomlBoy WitS Susieclimbing trees and fences jumping ditches whitllug always get ling scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds Butlnws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals every hlng healable Bolls UlcersJEczemn Did Sjres Corn or plies Tryit 250 it Severs Drug Co jr I t THE BUSH SANATORIUMIiINCORPORATED Eke 836 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 1DR EVELYN BUSHr tb- rylt OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IN CIIARGEqtrl rutThebyTO i ego bedrTa Sweedish Gymnastics Baths and Massage Uut g ask t ae Anrawrnow U wwaihaiutai Mint ATLER T WINJUIVIDirector rIs- I Late of Battle Creek SanatoriumI ISIrIidwCorrespondence Solicited liQiq G I aleoral hen IrSave 75 matBYONE OF OURtr0 i f tl FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPSIto for only 125 The regular price is too Those who bring dr mailgirlsthis advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us T where they saw it will be able to have 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The J fact that they are J helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you lulu tnoni Write Call or Telephone- If not convenient to yotIthecostnd e to 8- w I Nr4 r iRIARRIAGEi is CUSTOM IN VOGUE The Fatteriinjr Process of The Marriageable Girls of Tunisi I Would Take Well in i This Country iV i i 1he marriageable girl In Tunis lens a rylng ordial to go through after her 9trotlml to till man not of her choice Wt whoso choice sho Is She has to be r ifttcncd to the required size before the plnco4s takes place coopill1 fastenedroundIMkof her parents and future bus i Mind Is to increase her bulk till brr II wrists and ankles fill up the shackles hlHI4IschutJedhe shackles of the first spouse placed in tier and she must fill them out ilt hIkes n long time to do this as a 1 UtompUshed1 1hell open to tho future husband to cry ff the bargan or waive the condition in taroseeiro not too large that Is If he is fond f the girl but If he Is being forced iato tho marriage by his parents lie Is ij great stickler for custom Stout iris are the more quickly snapped up h Tunis St James Gazette Notice is hereby Notice given that the I overport Ice Company has been duly d legally incorporated under the svs of the State of Kentucky and Ip at process in law may ba had on Id company by service on John A Iirry President and in the event of i absence from Breckenridge county jwhich said company is located with principal place of business at Clo Ky then on Arad A Simons CLOVERPORT ICE CO Cloverport Ky April 27 1010 Something For Headache Nothing else aside from money is so I miversally sought for as a orleadache Headache powders are not safeand they give only temporary re ief In any event The chocolatecoated nil capsuleshaped pills called Sher uans Headache Remedy and sold by Iruggists and dealers at lOco and25c recommended the best headache tire For the Best results try lews Want Ads DiagnosisMrs over the fence and thus addressed her neigh bor who was hanging out her wash IngA family has moved Into the empty house across the way Mrs Mangle Yes I know Did you notice tho furniture Not particularly Two loads and I wouldnt give n sovereign a load for it Carpets I wouldnt put em down in my kitchen And tho children I wont allow mlno to associate with em And the moth rt1 She looks as if she had never kfiqwn a days happiness The father drinks I expect Too bad that such people sliquid comp into this neighbor hood I wonder who they are J 11 know cm Do you Well I declare Who are they v t Tile mother is my sister and the r father is tho superintendent of the Sunday school goingrl to rain l as Well as Men are Mado Miseralili J KIdney and Bladder Trouble l f mindfl r1 visor and cheerful tress soon disappear the kidneys out order or dis wed hasbecomeprevalentthat mon for a child to be born afflicted with- weak1kidneva If the is durinatestooofteniftheurinescalds eiflesh or if when the child reaches an = je when it should be able to control the i ir Teage it is yet afflicted with bedwetI r depend upon it the cause thediffi ty is kidney trouble and the first p should be towards the treatment of unpleasantMeI kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWomed made miser troubleRl remedyThev mpRootissoonrealized Itis sold 1n fifty Youmay ftdruggists bottle also a linJ all when are of of WKDplWCLIncluding monial letters received front sufferers who found SwatnpRoot to be just the yneeded In writing Dr Kilmer o Binghamton N Y be sure and tion this paper Dont make any take but remember the JIameDrImers SwampRoot and the addraM I ighmuton N Yi on every bottle j On i TO FILE RECIPES Reports Saved of Nineteen Lectures Not One Ever Used Many hoiiMokeepcrM clip recipes and directions for cookery from newspa pars and magazlnus and file them away In envelopes and boxes in n useless way A woman who saved full reports of nineteen courses of cookery lectures and enjoyed her pos session confessed that she had never tried one recipe out of nil that remark able collection In her case it was conservatism that kept her bound to a few methods but there are other reasons why some women do not tryI new ways In some families members are unwilling to eat any dish that they arc not accustomed to or that their fathers did not cat before them In other households time Is limited and familiar cookery is more easily done This latter reason has some weight yet the conservative cook Is likely to overlook new ways that after a few trials would prove to bo shorter or better than the old It Is strange but altogether true that many housewives place Implicit faith in rather indefinite recipes for Aunt Janes cake or Betsy Jones ap plo pudding but given a rule from ono of tho modern text books they wilt use it with suspicion and will want to add a little more of one thing or cut down another Ingredient Just a trifle They seem to resent being told exactly how to do a thing In their minds the miscellaneous collec tion printed and sold for charitable purposes or the rules for cakes and pies sandwiched between the testi mony of miraculous cures are far bet ter authority than the exact formula In the public school cookery text book or of the advanced schools of domes tic science tIs noticed that housewives are especially slow to adopt new methods in brcadmaking which take from the process almost all the uncertainty In fact It is almost impossible with the modern recipe and a fresh yeast cake to fall In making a light sweet loaf In the old way a little yeast and much time were used in the new method more yeast is taken and tho time from sifting the flour to taking the loaf from the oven Is reduced to five hours But the bread tastes of the yeast asserts the unprogressive cook Just so years ago conservative men and women worrying over the passing of the brick oven were sure that bread baked in a stove tasted of the iron Tho best housekeeper selects wisely readilyIthose who have superior opportunity for experiment and study If the science of household economics de pended on the average family kitchen for advancement It would do little more than mark time The WomansFriend Anything to save steps for the lazy woman The latest Is a hall set so she will not have to go upstairs to her bedroom every tlmo she wants to tidy up She can smooth her hair In front of the hall mirror by means of L A NEW 1ASUIONED nAMJ BET the brush and put on her slippers or dust her boots without stooping by means of the long handled Implements for this purppse Yorkshire Pudding 1 For the Yorkshire pudding sift threo cupfuls of dour and add three cupfuls of milk nnl three eggs When the milk and flour bave been mixed to a smooth paste drop trio eggs In ono by ono without whipping them or separating tho yolks from the whites Bent the batter well after tuo J gbblil tattled Putting tho eggs In whole and then beating tbo batter gives it aUght puffy appearance when baked Add a pinch of salt and pour tho batter into tho pan with the roast beef where it will catch all tho savory drippings If however there is much gravy In tho pan remove some of it before putting In the pudding Ilest It become soggy It will bake and brown In about half an hour No more pudding than cnn bo eaten should bo made as It is not good coldl and cannot bo satisfactorily reheated How to Catch Ratt A trap baited with sunflpwer seeds is the mbft efficacious means of catch Ing rats tI HIS TAPESTRIES The Gems the Collector Bought anti Showed to the Expert That the collector falls into a trap occasionally Is shown by an episode which wo recall An enthusiastic pur chaser of old tapestries was once offered In Paris a masterpiece executed on a largo scale and held at a large figure Consulting an expert he was urged to buy but the sum demanded seemed to him at the moment n good deal to Invest In a tapcstey and he let tho opportunity pass A year or so later ho met his friend the expert aforesaid and asked him to come to his house to look at two tapes tries he had Just secured They tare smaller he said than the one you advised me to buy nnd which to tell the truth I have always regretted and I paid twice as much forthem as I was asked to pay for that glorious piece but while it seemed a fearful lot of money to spend I simply couldnt resist the chance The specialist in tapestries walked Into tho gallery of the proud collector and gazed upon his prizes He gazed for a time in silence and then hud to be very guarded In his speech of congratulation Ho was looking at the original tapestry which his friend could have had for half the money now neatly cut in two and 8uppll01I with borders He never the victim of this ingenious little game what precisely had ppenedNecv York Tribune Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabiesDoans Ointment At any drug estor SupervisorsSnuonly uuiltlmlllloirtiiro board of road supervisors in the United States ac cording to Irector Logan W Pjugc of the public roads division of the do partment of agriculture who says San Diego county has a lot of wealthy residents Most of them own automobiles and there was a lot of kicking about the rough roads Among the kickers were Al G Spalding who made his millions manufacturing base balls Claus Sprcckels Jr whose far ther accumulated a bank roll that would choke a railway tunnel and 13 M Scripps who owns newspapers all over the central west The road com missioners grew tired of the growls and appointed n board of roadway su pervisors composed of the three gen tlemen I have mentioned The mal contents agreed to serve without pay Today they are upending 1250000 in the county It doesnt make any dlf fcronco to them what it costs to bull1 n road If the county hasnt the mOil ey they donate It Mr Spaidlng bullatime mites of as 1111rord as 1 hart ever driven over and Mr Sprcckcl twenty Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA HELPING RURAL CARRIER Good Roads Can Shorten His Work and He Can Servo More Patrons Tho man who brings your papers and letters to you more regularly than you could go to town after them minding not the rain or other inclem encies deserves good roads that he may shorton his work or serve more patronsMuch road building is neglected till late fall bcnuse the farmers think that this In the only season in which they have time for such work Very often this work Is wasted because it has not time to acquire permanence Thero are However a number of road repairs which may bo done to very great advantage at this time The ruts may be tilled the bridges reenforced all culverts cleaned out ditches deep ened or straightened out tho split logidrag used after rains Besides the carrier all work done on the road redounds to the advantage of the farmer enabling him to carry bigger loads to town in shorter time Wherever there Is any rubbish that would cause snowdrifts for the car rier to wade or drive through In reach ing tho box It should bo removed The mail boxes should be so placed that unnecessary straining or reaching Is avoided Tho mall carrier can always tell you where the roads need working Notice All election officers having keys and stencils for November election 1909 will please bring or send thorn in at once The six months time is up Respectfully H M Beard Clerk Now is the time to us- a Want Ad Send Us Your Name WEhave a good money WYmalfing proposition and want to tell you about particulars wNEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO OMBroaaway r JNEJTV YORK t Y J sc o rrelnanrer KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNow FOR C8SsH8 UffifcAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOBY OR MONEY REFUNDED CARS OF ROADSIDES Remove All Rubbish and Preserve Tress to Make Highways Attractive No matter how smooth nnd well constructed the traveled rond mny be iIf the roadsides are not cnred for the highway as a whole will not give good Impression All rubbish should be removed the excavations should be tilled and embankments smoothed and planted with grass wherever it will grow Unsightly brush should be cut and grubbed out Sometimes however the brush and small trees if suitably trimmed add to the attractiveness of the roadside All trees which ore ornamental or ivhicli have value as shade trees should be preserved and protected un less they grow so close together as to make a dome shade In hot dry cli mates particularly and Indeed In most plucts trees are a considerable factor iu mincing the cost of maintenance since they lessen the evaporation of the moisture from the macadam In exposed places where the sweep of the wind would be otherwise unbro ken they Herve to prevent In n meas ure tile blowing away of the binder from the rood surface Unfortunately in such places it is often dllllcult to mnko trees prow Care in the selection of the kinds of trees best suited to the locality IH important A good arrangement along roadsides for trees vtHli largo tops is to set them about fifty feet apart on each side but alternating so that there will bo a tree every tent t1vo feet along the road Gfelldrsn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA RING IS 3200 YEARS OLD Ornament Once Worn by Court Beauty- of EgyptIs Fine Example of Ancient Carving The Museo Guimet of Paris has Just a priceless treasure provided that It will bear Investigation better than did tho notorious tiara of the Louvre a few years ago M Guimet whose none tho museum bears is an antiquarian and a voluminous writer on antiquities Ho seems quite saris fied that ho has added to his collection n ring of the time of Rameses II who flourished about 1300 years before our eraTho ring was acquired from a family of Grenoble in whose possesslbn It had been for long years and the former owners produced documents which sat felled M Guimet as to the authenticity of his acquisition Tho ring bears heiroglynhic inscriptions showing that it graced tho hand of Nefrltarimerl Mout one of tho wives of the once powerful monarch of Egypt The ring is of thick gold carrying a cornelian stone rectangular large and lHat The stone is inclosed In gold and the ring itself is ornamented with ft fillet of gold The stone tells the story in hieroglyphics said to repre sent the king and Nefrltarimerl The perfection of the entaillure is consid ered a proof of the genuineness of the ring for the modern engraver seldom succeeds with that sureness of cut which Is the wonder and admiration of all who are familiar with the engrav- Ing i of the ancients The ring wo are further told al though gracing tho hand of a court beauty of Egypt In the depths of the past ages would not bo much sought after by a fashionable lady today Notice That resolutions of respect are publishedat 5 cents pot linn Ploasodo not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter City Visitor Makes Protest On a modest estimate said the Irritable roan there are 11000000 things about New York that anger mostepriced table dhote To begin with it is somewhat maddening to find fac ing you on the bill of taro the mos rfage An extra charg of 25 cents will be made for dinners ordered with out wine However you always or der wino so that that Irritation soon subsides But your anger grows when the solemn head waiter approaches and without being asked extends to you a wine list carefully opened at tho page devoted to champagne If you fall to order that particular drink burgundythatturns up and ho departs half angry half grieved that man of to low a caste still lives Dont Forget our Want Column 4 r 1r at- t 0t i ic4e 4 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to May 1 1910 147 145 143 141 STATIONS14G i H2 144 I H8 Dolly DailyUI f463 Lv4STItUAUISVIlEL4l6iY I outnlYWpm f40pm 351lIft 2sisI7 08 t5 It fO H81II1 f0 M re 17 t70r517 KATIWVN U20110 01 5 21 1U 21 WEST POINT 0 2U 1201 6 50 t5 23 44toIii ro tl1411 f5 37 10 31 UOOICHAVKN ill 45 ro 41 f5 43 f9 40 LUNG HKANOII tit 37 tu 33 5 62 0 41 bKANDKMiUUO 11 211 a n55 ffl 50 KICKON tll 21 n J008 CIO 01 OUSTON 648 n11a s Oil 1043 015 025 10 JB iltvthO1ON tIt 41 11 moofll 31 flO 19 hii91ERtie b7 t642fO 30 34hltill 41JO 51 flO 37 SAMPLE t10S7 t6 22 H 0 58 1U44 14ftin w 1510t7 04 flO 60 HOLT tlO III t5 OS 0 u m 11 11 I 7 15 11 00 JLOVKHIOnT 4 51 1001 4 61 816SHOPS It1112 f723 SKILLMAN afi a t 45t21 11 45 7 37 11 18 IIAWESVILLE ntooJ3S I 43 b3 t802 CII C11iO 97114D3 1417 7 Y9 to4r f305 WA1TMAN o1 t123U b3 a 14 fll 40 MACRO nII os H 01116f103 f8 24 PA1ESn I f8 M f7 OS 113 iifsTini 83r 1210pm nHUTOHOWEN8HOUO 350 18 45 345 656840 CONWAY C121 f8 40 MATTINOLY t800 to 41 f131 f8 53 GUIFKITII 5t8 to3713 f8 57 f2 27 STANLY t8 C32S 1134f1140 K 03 NEWMAN t815 to 2s7 411 HI 10 21J17 bB Ie918 SPOTTSVILLE 7 58 M 11 6 13 810I f9 24v MASIvETT 7 63 f3 07 IS OS 82J 130 D 42 10J HENDERSON L 300 739 S55 5 55pm155 10 15 13G EVANSVILLE 335 710am 330 74Onm740pm ST LOUIS 900pm 8 31 urn f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains nONOT STOP Trains 14S and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St PullWRn No IU will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport C HZZr passengersfrotUweBt m Hartford Line kWest Elound =Betiveen Irvn ton andFirdsvilia Hast Bound Second Class 1st Class 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8I 10 STATIONSMIxed MixedDullyoicSunday111Oaut 114Opmfbt112Gf700x1110f7fl058s734x1048f7fl031f75724x810si 47 s1U 13- s8 f70U s1228 06sS3Jsi 25 ES 55 f713 f 100 OlEUf956f905953fO45sg925 75U Fordsvllle 12 10pm s 35e 9753 1 A Ar Ellmltch Lv 7 55 f 430f 820 f 1 3Dundee f 7 85 400f 840 H 53Dukehurst h f 7 20 f a 40s 900 s 2 07 310f54fnu uu 3U uuf 234si 018ff 3 47 u Moorman u s6 15s204U u 3 Oz Bremen r 5 5C uf1441048 f 22a 124fllh 12 f 100 n 1143 00 JYIadlsonvllle s450u1151 IS41 11 ARLINGTON 1 140nn 1220 1230 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees aj jj If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you arc interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us fitonto 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 you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productivo and fair in price Do You Want to Sell farm youwantonce and tat us show you how wo brink buyer and seller together enablingQUY9rsJ tI Jno D Babbage 95001l1cres 3K miles north of Hard near tho nriindcuburR road Welt watered plenty ut timber tor ImprovementsI uoublo Log house small stable Good rich land flue tor Uiirloy tobacco Turats susy ior further lutorma tlon wrIte Jno U UubbiiKO Olovorport Iy K 3 30014oacrss JJ miles from Guston 3 r From well watered lays well Rood young orchard t good yardstroudwelling with kitchen on j back porch two gopd barns barn and tenent house and cistern back In the field moat and hop house wood shod will sell on easy payments plent- of smitH fruit Further particulars addre Jno Di Cabbage Cloverport Ky 7ACRE FARM 5 room cottage ball and stockbarnmoahousopeaches and grapest a good well and never falling sprint for stock water 200 yards cast tboUlghSchool 2 000 bor WO acres four miles wostofip t Olondeano 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultlva Eton 60 acres Insrass wUl reduce the bus 9rhoodpfont lughog dwelling 3 rooms and side room ITIIEI HOTEL LouisvilleJLy PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr c housestentpurposesgood0n BALE tore comblnudStreetsClovorportlength of building orexchanKoI AvenueWellFun HALE A farm contlLlnlng250l1cr08and flYeL5barnastrees mostalla cloUed1balancogroves of black locust sufllctont for posts to ElcronononlongrulrK1aiandsurrouud04bythe placeher some young physician to step QooddrugbuslaoseAntIs the reason tor soiling Moe further artier Cloyer1JortKYI I A 111 c The mostcen rally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a20orate- Only ono block from the prlncl pl shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door toall parts of tho city- EverythluK neat and clean + w- fi I 111t 4pi Ii C Cl 0 7 e t iStY aRWL Oi1NwpMM ikiu ws irc aw k fr A tI uiJ J1I R r- J 1 it n w yujI r r w J YoII BOWMEU President A B SKILLBIAN Cashier t F L LIGIITFOOT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGEI BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 4 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics und paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Sate Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS F L W H Bowmor A B Skillman Conrad Simons Lightfoot Jno C Jarboe O T Skillman A R Fisher I I IRVINGTON NEWS t DEPARTMENT iBY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT weltt r i tt+ atttK Miss Lucy Kennedy of Jefferson town Is spending several days as the guest of Rev and Mrs L X May Fred Sand water a firstclass barber I has a chair at Bates tonsorial em t porium Mr and Mrs Harry Hodson of Anderson Ind and mother Mrs Emma r Mathews of Bardstowu have returnee t to their homes after visiting Mr and e Mrs T C Mathews Mrs P 13 Dempster who has Men with her parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons for several days has returned o to Glendeane News has been received In the city of P the marriage of Miss Hilary Bryan oi EHzabethtown to Mr N G Willis of Boise Idaho on May 11 Miss Bryan is pleasantly remembered here having u visited the Misses McGlothlan several times She is a cousin of Mr and P i Mrs John Nevitt of Basin Spring A B Suter of Louisville was the week end guest of friends in town Miss Willa Drury has returned from 4avisit to relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs S Evans arrived last 1 week from Dayton Ohio to be the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 C Kitter man Mr Evans left Sunday for Ohio as but Mrs Evans will remain for a two weeks visit Miss Adel Cooper of Hawesville stopped off on her way home from t i Louisville and was the guest of her q brother Adam Cooper for the day Mrs H IL Kemper was callnd to Jf I Gratz Thursday on account of the see rious illness of her mother Mrs Kem IperQuite a number of property owners fiRj are having concrete walks put in front of their residences For instance Dr L B Moreaien R B McGlothlan Dr rJSP Parks Jas Bolin C C Smith and W J Piggott ti J N Norsls Son Co of Louisville i i ihaveclosed their branch poultry house rG in the city for the summer months but JJt will reopen In the fall Prof Martin of Hardlnsburg met 3 3againSaturday with the Commerciall Club of the city Y t9 Mrs Witt of near Ekron was the ryguestof Mr and Mrs A 0 Marshall Monday i Miss Tula Lockard left Monday for Carlisle Ind I where she will uisit her sister Mrs Con Bland for a month Mrs Evan Pusey arrived yesterday from Chicago to be with relatives Mr and Mrs R M Jolly spent Sat urday in Louisville John McDonough after being the guest of his uncle John Nevitt left for Dallas Texas last week The ladles composing the Improvement League met at the hall on Friday afternoon to complete their organization New members were received A meeting was arranged for Friday the 20th at the hall The women art urged to cooperate with the move mentDr Hilary Boone the dentist of Cloverport will come to our city every Monday and Tuesday- R B McGlothlan spent the first part of the week in Louisville on busi ness The past rainy spell has furnished a splendid tobacco saason and lots om wagonloads af tobacco have beer coming here this week It was thought that about all the tobacco had been de livered but it seems that there is a large amount yet remaining in the barnsMiss Bessie Shelton of Louisville came down Saturday night and is the guest of Mr and Mrs J C Payne this week To represent the Cumberland Pres byterian church of this city the Rev R H Morefield and R S Bandy have gone to Dixie Tenn to attend the meeting of the Presbytery The revival meeting being conduct ed by the Methodist church of the city continues to increase in interest an attendance The meeting will con tinue throughout this week Miss Mary Triplett and Mr Carl Philpot of Meade county were mar ried at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs T JJ Triplett Sunday afternoon the Rev Briton of Louis ville officiating Mr and Mrs Phil pot left at once for their new home at EkronIf best is nol too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to user t Send your order to the News office for copies of Joys of The Press by Kentuckians in Newspaper Work com piled by Louise Price 15 cents the copy I LODIBURG A M Hardin and family visited at Owensboro Friday and attended the show lAllen Bandy and sister Miss Em maree spent Saturday night and Sun day at H T Gibsons Lewis Aldrich of Hawesville vis ited Miss Beulah Bruce Sunday Mrs William Shaw of Mystic is spending two weeks with Mrs Oscar FrenchMiss Mirl Basham is visiting friends at Brandenburg Miss Alma Keys entertained a num ber of friends Sunday The people of the neighborhood are to meet at Walnut Grove next Sunday May 22 at 3 oclock in theafternoon to decorate the graves of their friends and relatives All who wish to attend and take part are welcome to do so i If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the lour you ought to use TAR FORK J N Chancellor is in Hardlnsburg this week Mr and Mrs Dan Asklns were the guests of Mr and Mrs Pete Hinton of Cloverport Saturday and Sunday Mrs O W Rice has returned from a weeks visit to her son S T Rice and family of Irvington She was ac companied home by her grandson Mr and Mrs Dennie Sheeron were in Cloverport shopping Tuesday Mrs Sarah Elmore returned to her home Monday after spending several months with her son O W Elmore of McQuady Mrs Walter Wilson and Mrs John Jolly of McQuady spent Monday with Mrs Dud Moorman Silas Elmore attend d the funeral of his cousin Frank Seaton ot McQuady SundayT Chancellor was In Cloverport WednesdayW attended court Monday at Hardinsburg Ernest L Rice sold a fine horse to Ivan E Bates Thursday Mrand Mrs Allen Newby and little daughters Eula and Alliene were in Oloverport Friday If the best is not too good for yon Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use 5i STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts conducted the funeral service of Roy Wheeler at Union Star Saturday Roy was the son of Mr and Mrs William Wheeler of Sample He was about nineteen years of age and a good boy It was sad to see such a yoongand useful life go out but while it is our loss it iIs Heavens gain He made his poac with God and was ready and willing to cross over the tide and how sweetly he talked and sang in his last hours What a comfort to his loved ones and while your hearts are bleeding and torn remember it is only a step to Jesus who will wipe all tears fror your eyes and lead you on to the pearl portals where Roy is waiting for you Miss Efflo Dleckman of Sample Iis visiting relatives here Go to Mrs Payns to purchase mil lineryRev J R Wmchell is attending the Baptist Convention at Baltimore Md E H Miller visited his daughter Mrs F C Ferry in Louisville a few days last week Mr and Mrs Kelly Dye of Clifton Mills were guests of Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins Sunday- A B McKaughan came up from Ciovorport Sunday afternoon in his gasoline launch and spent a few hour with his parents Mr and Mrs Boyd McKaughan Beautifully tailored and dress hats at Mrs Faynes Mrs Georgia Sargent entertaine her family Sunday in honor of their fathers birthday Mr Hawkins wa eightyfout years old and still Very ac tive Rev F R Roberts conducted the funeral of Mrs Lum Kenedy Friday Mrs Kenedy was Miss Cinda McCoy before her marriage and the daughtei of Mr and Mrs Old McCoy She was a sweet good girl and had a host of friends to mourn her loss with her corn panion parents sister brothers and a dear sweet baby boy Harold Conn three years old How our hearts gc out in sympathy to them We cannot tell why one so young and was needed so much here should be taken but God knows and He doeth all things foi the best and we shall see and know some day and understand what seems so misterious now Dr Nevitt and family were in Lou isville last week- J B Morgan knows a snake whet he sees one If you dont believe it just ask Miss Pauline Moorman or Misi Corinne Conn Mrs Jennie Brooks improves slowly Master Otto Fox is on the sick list Misses Bottle Allen Irene McCoy Effle Dieckman Mr and Mrs J B Morgan Mrs John McCoy Chas Hanks Emery French and Harvi Pullium had quite a delightful outini Sunday by going several miles up thE river in a launch Mrs E T Connor accompanied he son as far as Louisville on his way ti Canton Ohio Mrs M L Roberts has returnee from a few days stay at Yelvingtot and Owensboro If the best is not too good for YOt Lewisport Best flour is the flour yot ought to use Mrs Payne has just received a new J line of pattern hats from Cincinnati Riding We carry instock the genuine Zanesville Brown Riding Cultivators With a Brown you can cultivate more ground and do it better A boy can do a mans work The Brown is a cultivator that will please those who want to buy a cultivator for its real and one that will do the most work and easiest Let us show you one of these machines 1I A WIN4 JII W r rL ij A Fresh Start A girl cats in nnd sat In front of them nt the piny she and her escort What a lovely protllol said no Beautiful Delicate little upturned nose small mouth deep pretty eyes Isnt slit Beautiful said she but not half so much so ns the man sbolIs with Isnt ho the handsomest chap you ever saw Look nt his color his mustache his lovely head of hair So many men are bald or beginning to be bald I do love to see n tine head of hair on a muu You know he whimpered It al ways makes uio sore to speak of peo ple beginning to be bald nnd you know why Will you tlet up on the pretty prolllo IIf 1 cut out the bald bend 7 she naked Yes said he t All right said sheNew York Press Darn to Starve Many years ago an American natu ralist Dnui discovered on the surface of the sea H little animal of GO singu lar a character that he named It monstrllla It is a small crustacean akin to the cyclops so common In ponds But while the latter are fur nished with nil that Is necessary to capture and digest their food the mon strilla has neither apparatus for seiz ing prey nor any digestive tube It Is richly provided with muscles nervous system nnd organs of sense it lark only what Is necessary to prolong life by alimentation The monstrllla l111I doomed therefore to natural death ExchangeSubscribe Right Now Circuit Court Notes Grand Jury S R Bandy of Irving ton Foreman Arad Morris W S De Jarnett C W Bruce J W Mattingly Nelse Quiggins Ell Chapin Nat Tuck er J B Jackson JR Kennedy Thos McGavock Isaac Wells Two prosecutions against Henry Solbrig were dismissed He plead guilty to a third and was fined 100 for failure to report as to bonded ware house asJaw requires Oliver Webb colored vas fined 100 and 40 days in jail on the charge of violating the local option law Jim Ray was fined 70 for violating the local option law Alex Nicholson was acquitted on the charge of furnishing liquor to a minor Alvin Hudson was fined 50 for un iawfully furnishing lipuor to a minor The jury could not agree in the case of the Commonwealth vs Chas Os borne end others Two suits against Susan Johnson were dismissed On the third she was fined 100 for failure to report to the county clerk as to bonded warehouse as required by law Albert Staples colored of Irvington charged with the murder of Nat Tol bert colored was given two years in the penitentiary Staples fainted upon hearing the verdict and it was neces sary to have a physician in attendance Gen D R Murray of Indianapolis r is attending court He is well pleased with his home and business in Indianapolis I Russell Keenan and Jas Mason were I fined 10 each for breach of the peace W R Johnson was fined 100 and 40 days in jail for Violating the local op I tion law trial of Alonzo Dowell charged IIIIThethe murder of Doc Adams was r i laid over until next court 1 The Judge ordered a clock to be put U S- Describes DISPENSATORY the Principal rIngredients of Peruna Are wo claiming too much for Plii rana When we claim it to be an bffMr tive remedy for chroniccatarrh 1 Hartal we abundant proof that Peruna in in reality such a catarrh remedy1Let- us seo what the United States Dispen latory says of the principal ingrtd ients of Peruna 1 = Take for instance the ingredier+ r hydrastis canadensis or golden seat The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy that it is larget ly employed in the treatment of deg praved mucous membranes chronit rhinitis nasa catarrh ptonio dyspepsia catarrh of the stomach ohronioIintestinal catarrh catarrhal j I catarrh of the liver and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvis organs It is also recommended for the treatment of various forms of dis eases peouliar to women Another ingredient of Peruna core dalis formosa is classed in the United States Dispensatory as a tonic JJ- as a treatment for chronic copItitu- tional diseases and scrofula Cedron seeds is another ingredient sa of Peruna an excellent drug that AM e been very largely overlooked by thiig medical profession for the past fftvyears The seeds are to be found in very few drug stores The TInitec States Dispensatory says of the actinp of cedron that it is used as a hittei Ire tonio and in the treatment of dysefr tery and in intermittent diseases asgsubstitute for quininepeThese are not all of the medicina M ingredients Peruna contains Suffice a11 it to say that it is a compound pi therbal remedies each one of whic die has from time to time been recom Vi mended hy physicians of all schools W for different catarrhal conditions lit If you want to know what the peowesp pie say send to us for a free book 0I testimonials of what the people thin of Peruna as a catarrh remedy Aftei tt all has been said the best evidence foi stc or against any remedy is the testi erd mony of those who have tried itecd ecbt in position in the Circuit Court roomth seCourtweek =Most of the indictments were foAgaming yet Hardinsburg escapedEInoMe Louisville Market Repor Louisville 17 1010 Special lOIC1 FJ1lOatsNoEggsMarket quiet case coupherehandled 19 j PoultryHens I4 and I5cptini lbj roosters BCj young chickens S go 300 ducks 12c turkeys 13t geese 7c Tr HogsTops 050 light pigs 851 he Roughs 8bO downHet Sheep and Lambs Best fall laml t 7cfat sheep 6jc Spring lambs 71 J Wheat No 2 Red and Longberr tor Sl11 117HIWoolThe market is dull and lowei Kentucky and Indiana clear mercha co table grease wool 2425j4 Bluegr ii wool 25K26 burry wool 13 22 according to burrs black wool 21 2 dead sheep and seedy wool 18 20 merino 18 20c tub washed 33 35 Wool should not be tied with sisal rpjjjt A soft twine should be be used Wei must be dry and in good condition an sheep tags taken offIf 1 I M AAII A J1IJI NIIA lAI1M A tIUf d bl11 A 1 t fMNiA Mi A 1 M N r dM11MtA ttIWN II OlMd WN 1 M119 11 M MrMi Al1II f LEADERf In Farm Implements Buggies and Wagons i Kentuckyys Cultivators worth operated h beautifulbeautiful McCormick Binders ItI I We sell the McCormick Why Because they are a better They enable the farmer to harvest his crop quick lira ly consequently he can handle more acres witnout inErnacreased cost McCormick machines are in general Use l andgrassarec1grownyour crop is rushing you Its always willing and ready iou to do your work ItJs a machine you can depend upon ma during the busy harvest days Place your order right now with us and get ready for the big harvest that Is 1 Iwecomingl ofdo dolial fa w t