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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d I- Mi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r VOL XXXII CJ9 J PORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1907 8 Pates NO 9 4 TNT COUNTY FAIR A GREAT WENT Beautiful Women Fine Horses and no Whisky Hardinsturf Shows Her Colors in Entertaining the Visitors Summed up in one word the Breck enridge County Fair held at Hardins jburg from Tuesday until Thursday was a success Wednesday designated by the Fair Company as Loulsville Day was tho greatest day the crowd in at tendance then was variously estimated from eight to twelve thousand The fair was made up of pretty wo men fine horses and no whisky It was grand The amphithater in its snow white coat which towered above the race track formed a beautiful pic ture with the green pastures in the backgroundThe features were good and afforded much pleasure for every body but the races won the throng and all eyes were turned from other at tractions when the blue ribbon horses appeared upon the scene The exhi bition of cattle sheep and hogs was past the average and the poultry raisers too had some perfect specimens there The only shortage in the dis plays was in the fruits andvegetables both being very scarce this year The Floral Hall under the direction of the ladies was most attractive and many pieces of handsome handmade work were shown The Commercial Brass Band of Can nelton Ind was there and furnished music each day fThe association easily took in enough to pay all premiums and expenses and had a cash surplus left oAer So the fair wilLbe a perm nStogeptaandev r- i crybody can go bade next year The following premiums were award ed FIRST DAY yCattle- Bull 3 years old and over W RI Moorman Son Ja Bull 2 years old and under 3 G N Lyddan Ja Bull 1 year old G N Lyd dan 16- Cow 3 years old and over G N Lyddan J8 Cow 2 years old and under 3 G N Lyddan 8 Cow 1 year old and under 2 G N Lyddan Ja Cow under 1 year old G N Lyd dan 16 SwineAll Breeds Best boar 1 year old and over W R Moorman Son 16 Best boar 6 months old and under 1 year W R Moorman Son 6Best boar under 6 months old Sid ney Owen 4 Best sow 1 year old and over W R Moorman Son 16 Best sow 6 months old and under 1 year W R Moorman Son 6Best sow under 6 months old Sid ney Owen 4 Mules Horse mule 3 years old and over G N Lyddan 8 rt Home mulel year old and under 2 Dan OConnell 6 Suckling horse mule owned in Breck enridge county A Meador 6 Horse jnule ahu gs GNjrJJY4danr 10 Mare mule 3 year old and over G N Lyddan 8 in Mare mule 2 years old and under 3 HS English Jr 8Suckling mare mule owned in Breck enridge county J Haynes 6 Mare mule any age G N Lyddan 110 Special by Beard Bros Dealers in Live Stock Best pair of mules any age or sex owned by one man in Breckenridge county G N Lyddan 115 Jacks and Jennets Jack any age L Rhodes 110 Jennet any age J F Carter 5 Horses and Mules for General Utility Special by Commercial Hotel Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 owned in Breckenridge county C M Smith IS Association 10 Special by Brick Hotel Best mare 1 year old and under 2 owned in Breckenridge county J R Stewart IS Association 10 Best mare or gelding any ageowned- in Breckenridge county C V Robert son 115 Best stallion any age owned in Breckenridge county Beard Bros tiS Best suckling mare colt owned in Breckenridge county L O Glasscock 10Best suckling horse colt owned in Breckenridge county E H White 10 Saddle Stallions Best saddle stallion 2 years old and under 3 J P Heddy 10 Best saddle stallion mare or gelding owned in Breckenridge county Beard Bros 10 Special by Sheeran Beauchamp Liv erymen and Live Stock Dealers Best combined saddle horse mare or gelding owned in Breckenridge county C V Robertson 25- Harness Ring Best harness stallion 2 years old and under 3 J F Heddy 10 Best harness gelding 2 years old and under 3 L H Bosley 10 Special by B FBeard r Co General Merchants Best harness stallion mare or geld ing owned in Breckenridge county C 7 Roberson415w jfat RoadsterRing OneHalf Mile Best roadster stallion mare or gelding J P Heddy 130 Combined HorsesSpecial by Dr John- E Klncheloe Best combined saddle and harness stallion mare or gelding owned in Breckenridge county C V Robertson 20 High Acting Horses Best high acting mare or gelding in harness Steffy Glasscook 20 SECOND DAY CattleHerd to consist of 1 Bull and 2 or more Females Best herd over 2 years old G N Lyddan 12 Special added by Jas H Gardner general merchant 10 Best herd under 2 years old G N Lyddan 112 Get of Sire Two to Show Either Sex Any Age Best two animals by same sire G N Lyddan 10- Special by Bank of Glendeane Best two animals from same dam G N Lyddan 10 Swine all BreedsSpecial by Farmers Bank Best herd 1 boar and 2 sows over 1 year old W R Moorman Sons 10 Association 3Best herd I boar and 2 sows under 1 year old Sidney Owen fT Best 2 pigs same sire either sex any age W R Moorman Son 17 Best 2 pigs same dam either sex any age W R Moorman Son 7 SpecialBest colt get of Bourke Cochran 1907 H B Livers 20 Special by Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co To the best exhibit of live stock shown by Breckenridge county farmer to consist of three different species of the fol lowing exhibits Horses mules cattle hogs and sheep G N and Tom Lyd dan 25- Special by Breckenridge County Officials Best combined horse mare or gelding owneq in Breekenridge county Beard Bros 25Saddle Colts Best saddle colt 1 year old and under 2 to be shown by baltenl Thurnwm i11 7 rHarness Mares Best harness mare 2 years old and 1 on all and under 3 Steffy Uhuwcoek 10 Best harness mare 3 years old and under 4 Steffy Glasscoek 10 Best harness mare 4 years old and- over Weston 15 Sweepstakea Colt Ring Best suckling colt any age John Beeler 10 Saddle Gelding Best saddle gelding 2 years old and under 3 L H Bosley f10 Best saddle gelding 3 years old and under 4 Steffy Glasscock 10 Best saddle gelding 4 years old and over Steffy Glasscock 15 Walking Horses Best walking mare or gelding 3 years old and over Taylor Bowell 10 Roadster RingOneHalf Mile To take place after lunch Beard Bros 25- Horse ExhibitsCoach Horses Best coach stallion Hugh LaRue 15 Best coach suckling horse colt Beard Bros 10 Best coach suckling mare colt John Beeler 10 Brood Mares and ColtsSpecial by First State Bank of Irvington Best and finest brood mare with foal 1907 by her side John Beeler 15 As sociation 5- Stallion and Family of Colts Best Stallion with 3 or more of his get foals any age C V Robertson 25 Saddle Stallions Best saddle stallion 3 years old and under 4 W E Stone 12 Best saddle mare 2 years old and over J L Cooper 12 Harness Gelding Best harness gelding 3 years old and under 4 C V Robertson 15 Best harness gelding 4 years old and over Steffy Glasscock 15 Saddle And Harness Stake j v1 Best saddle and harness horse mare oelding 5 to fillS to show 5 percent to enter Money divided 60 25 and 15 per cent Steffy GlcockS- pecial mflvYAl j ftefy M Ift by G NLyddftn Best girl rider under 16 years old Hannah Beard 5 uu Special by John P Haswell tlr Best boy rider under 12 years old boys saddle and bridle C L Beard Jr Mule Race Onehalf mile heat to be owned in Breckenridge county Beard Bros 15 Special running race purse 30 M Wilson Sprigg 1st THIRD DAY Best stable of horses owned by one man or firm Hteffy Glasscock 20 Cattle Special by E H ahellraan 8 Co Bankers Irvington Best bull and 4 females shown by Breckenridge county farmer G N Lyddan 15 Sweepstakes i Best bull any age Moorman Son 15Best cow any age G N Lyddan 15 Sheep Short Wool Best buck under 1 year old and over C H Drury f5 Special added by J T Hoben general merchant 250 Best buck under 1 year old C H Drury 5 Best ewe 1 year old and over C H Drury 5 Sweepstakes Best buck any age or breed C HvDrury 5Best ewe any age or breed C H Drury 5 Harness Horses Best buggy mare or gelding owned in Breckenridge county C V Robert son 10- Best buggy horse mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 Steffy Glass cock 10 Best buggy horse mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 C V Robert son 10- Best buggy horse mare or gelding 4 years old and over W E Stone 15 Sweepstakes Model Ring Best model mare or gelding Steffy Glasscock 10 Best model stallion MackSmith 10 Rockaway Horses Driven in Rockaway CVContinued on Eighth Page t Uodol For Indigestion stomachpalpitation II swn DaviessiOllul FairT- L I TL September 17 18 19 20 2I 3500 Race Purses Show Rings and- Attractions Cheap ExcursionRates Railroads Steamboats ldingSteff BestCounty Fair in the State Catalog Ready September 6 POSITIVELY NO GAMBLING OR BEER ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS For Particulars Address rHJACOB ZIMBROBox 298 Office E A Helmke Cos Smoke House J JWt i V V THE LION AND f THE MOUSE p By CHARLESKLEIN r A Story of American Lift Novtllitd From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY C W D1LLINGHAM COMPANY tic came In aoout nalt an nour ug He was upstairs to seo me and 1 thought ho was looking for you answered the wife Well replied Ryder determinedly ho and I have got to understand each other This cant go on It shant Mrs Ryder put her hand on his nrm and said pleadingly Dont be Impatient with the boy John Remember he Is all we have Ho Is so unhappy He wants to pleas us but But he Insists on pleasing himself said Ryder completing tho sentence Im afraid John that his liking tor that Miss RosBinoro is more serious than you realize The financier stamped his foot and replied angrily Rossmorel That name seems to confront me at every turnfor year the father now tho daughter Ir sorry my dear ho went on moro calmly that you seem Inclined to listen to Jefferson It only encourage him In his attitude toward me Kate would make him an excellent wife while what do we know about the other woman Are you willing to sac rifice your sons future to a mere boy ish whim Mrs Ryder sighed Its very hard she said for aa mother to know what to advise Miss Green says What exclaimed her husband you have consulted Miss Green on the subjectYes answered his wife I don1 know how I came to tell her but 11 did I seem to tell her everything I1 I find her such a comfort John I1 I havent had an attack of nerves since that girl has been In the houso She Is certainly a superior woman admitted Ryder I wish shed ward that Rossmore girl off I wish she Ho stopped abruptly as If not ventur- Ing to give expression to his thoughtsI oven to his wife Then he she were Kate Roberts she wouldnt let Jeff slip through her fingers I have often wished went on Mrs Ryder hut Kate were more like Shir Icy Green I dont think we would have any difficulty with Jeff then Kato Is the dnughter of Senator Roberts and If this marriage Is broker off In any way without the senators consent he IH In a position to Injure my interests materially It you see Jefferson send him to me In the libra ry Ill go find keep Roberts In good humor until he comes He went downstairs and Mrs Ryder proceeded to her apartments where she found Jefferson chatting with Bata She nt once delivered Ryder seniors message Jeff your father wants to see you In the library Yes I want to see him answered tho young man grimly and after a few moments more badinage with Kate he loft the room It was not a mere coincidence that hail brought Senator Roberta and bis laughter and the financiers son all together under the Ryder roof at the mine time It was part of Jeffersons well prepared plan to expose the ras cality of his fathers secretary and at the same time rid himself of the em barrassing entanglement with Kate Roberts If the senator were confront ed publicly with the fact that his daughter while keeping up the fiction of being engaged to Ryder Junior was really preparing to run off with the lion Fitzroy Hagley he would have no alternative but to retire gracefully under tire nUll relinquish all Idea of a marriage alliance with the house of Ryder The critical moment had ar rived Tomorrow Wednesday was the day fixed for the elopement The sec retarys little game had gone far enough The time had come for action So Jefferson had written to Senator Roberts who was In Washington ask ing him If It would be convenient for him to come at once to New York and moot himself and his father on a mat tor of Importance The senator nat orally Jumped to the conclusion that Jefferson and Ryder had reached an amicable understanding and ho Imme diately hurried to New York and with his daughter came round to Seventy fourth street When Ryder senior entered the library Senator Roberts was striding nervously up and down the room This he felt was an Important day The ambition of his life seemed on the point of being attained Hello Roberts was Ryders cheer ful greeting Whats brought you from Washington at a critical time like this Tho Rossmore Impeachment needs every friend we have Just as If you didnt know smiled the senator uneasily that I am here by appointment to moot you and your son I To meet me and my son echoed Ryder astonished Tho senator perplexed and begin ning to feel real alarm showed tho financier Jeffersons letter Ryder road it and ho looked pleased Thats all right he said If the lad asked you to meet us hero it can mean only one thingthat at last he has made up his mind to this marriage Thats what I thought replied tho naaalar bteathlne mDCfLtreely I SI sorry toIeuvev a5BhgT6u at sucH n time but Im a father and Kate I Is more to me than the Rossmoro Impeachment Besides to see her married to your son Jefferson Is one of the dearest wishes of my UteIYou can rest That is practically settled JefferI sons sending for you proves that he 1 Is now ready to meet my wishes be here any minute How Is the lIeUII more case progressing Not so welt as it might growled the senator Theres a lot of maudll sympathy for tho judge Hes a pretty sick man by all accounts and the newspapers seem to be taking his part One or two of the western senator are talking corporate Influence nnd trust legislation but when It come to n qpto the matter will be settled on party lines That means that Judge Rossmon will be removed demanded Ryde sternly Yes with five votes to spare an swered the senator Thats not enough insisted Ryder Thero must be at least twenty Lot there bo no blunders Roberts Tb man is a menace to all the big com mercial Interests This thing must go throughThe opened and Jefferson ap peared On seeing the senator talking with his father he hesitated on the threshold Come In Jeff said his father pleasantly You expected to see Sen ntor Roberts didnt you Yes sir How do you do senator said the young man advancing Into the room I got your letter my boy and here I am said tho senator smiling affa bly I suppose we can guess what the business is eh That hes going to marry Kate of course chimed in Ryder senior Jeff my lad Im glad you are be ginning to see my way of looking at things Youre doing more to please me lately and I appreciate It You stayed at home when I asked you to and now youve made up your mindI regarding this marriage I Jefferson let his father finish his speech and then he said calmly- I think there must be some misap prehension as to the reason for my summoning Senator Roberts to New York It had nothing to do with Iny marrying Miss Roberts but to prevent her marriage with some one else What exclaimed Ryder senior Marriage with some one else echoed the senator He thought he had not heard aright yet at tho same time he had grave misgivings What do you mean sir Taking from his pocket a copy of the letter he had picked up on the stair case Jefferson held It out to the girls fatherYour daughter Is preparing to run away with my fathers secretary To morrow would have boon too late That Is why I summoned you Read thisThe senator took the letter and as he read his face grew ashen and his baud trembled violently At one blow all his ambitious projects for his daughter had been swept away The Inconsiderate act of a silly thoughtless girl tad spoiled the carefully laid plans of u lifetime The only consolation which remained was that the calamity might lave been still more serious This timely warning had saved his family rom perhaps an even greater scandal lIe passed the letter In silence to fly der senior The financier was a man of few cords when the situation called for prompt action After he had read the otter through there was an ominous silence Then be rang a bell Tho butler appeared Tell Mr Bagley I want him The man bowed and disappeared Who the abvil is this Bagley demanded the senator Englishblue bloodno money vos Ryders laconic answer Thats the only kind we seem to get iver hero growled the senator We furnish the money they furnish the blood Hang his blue blood I dont want any In mine Turning to Jefferson ho said Jefferson whatever the motives that actuated you I can only thank you for this warning I think It would havo broken my heart If my girl had gone away with that coundrel Of course under tho circumstances I must abandon all idea of your becoming my soninlaw I release you from all obligations you may hae felt yourself bound by Jefferson bowed and remained silent Ryder senior eyed his son closely an mused expression hovering on his- Cace After all It was not so much he who had desired this match as Roberts nnd as long as tho senator was willing to withdraw ho could make no objec Lost And Found Lost between 030 p m yesterday and noon toaay a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Severs drug store a box of Dr Kings New I Life Pills Guaranteed for biliousness I Blaria and jaadice 25o r Uon He wondered what part It any his son had played In bringing about this sensational denouement to a match which had been so distasteful to him and It gratified his paternal vanity to think that Jefferson after all might bt smarter than he had given him credit forAt this juncture Mr Bagley entered the room He was a little taken aback on seeing the senator but like most men of his class his self conceit made him confident of his ability to handle any emergency which might arise and Do had no reason to suspect that this hasty summons to the library had anything to do with his matrimonial plans DId you ask for me sir he demanded addressing his employer Yes Mr Bagley replied Ryder fixing the secretary with a look that filled the latter with misgivings What steamers leave tomorrow for Eng landTomorrow echoed Mr Bagley I said tomorrow repeated Ryder slightly raising his voice Let me see stammered the secretary There is the Whlto Star the North German Lloyd the Atlantic Transport Have you any preference inquired the financier No sir none at all Then youll go on board one of the ships tonight said Ryder Your things will be packed and sent to you before the steamer sails tomorrow The Hon Fitzroy Bagloy third son of a British peer did not understand oven yet that he was discharged as one dismisses a housemaid caught kiss ing the policeman Ho could not think what Mr Ryder wanted him to go abroad for unless It were on some mat ter of business and it was decidedly inconvenient for him to gall at this timeBut sir he stammered Im afraid Im atraldIYes rejoined Ryder promptly I notice thatyour hand is shaking I mean that 1IYou mean that you have other en gagementsl said Ryder sternly Oh nono but No engagement at 11 oclock tomorrow morning Insisted Ryder With my daughter chimed In the senator Mr Bagley now understood He broke out in a cold perspiration and he paled visibly In the hope that the full extent of his plans were not known he attempted to brazen it out No certainly not under no clr umstances he said Ryder senior rang a bell Perhaps she has an engagement with you Well ask her To the butter who entered he said Tell Miss Roberts that her father would like to see her here The man disappeared and the senator took a hand in cross examining the now thoroughly uncomfortable secre arySo you thought my daughter looked pale and that n little excursion to Buf alo would be a good thing fox her Well It wont be a good thing for you young man I can assure you of that The English aristocrat began to wilt Us assurance of manner quite desert ell him and he stammered painfully as he floundered about In excuses Not with meoh dear no he said You never proposed to run away with my daughter cried the Irate tar herRun away with her stammered Jagley And marry her shouted the senator shaking his fist at him Oh say this is hardly fair three against one really Im awfully sorry eh what The door opened and Kate Roberts bounced In She was smiling and full of animal spirits but on seeing tim stern taco of her father and the pitia ble picture presented by her faithful Fltz she was intelligent enough to Im mediately scent danger Did you want to see me father she Inquired boldly Yes Kate answered the senator gravely we have Just been having a talk with Mr Bagley in which you were QUO of the subjects of conversation Can you guess what it was The girl looked from her father to Bagley and from him to the Ryders Her aristocratic lover made a move ment forward as if to exculpate himself but he caught Ryders eye and remained whero ho was Well sho said with a nervous laugh Is it true asked the senator that you were about to marry this man secretly She cast down her eyes and an iwered I suppose you know everything Have you anything to add asked her father sternly No said Kate shaking her head UB true Wo Intended to run aWaT ildntWO Fltz Never mind about Mr Bagloy thundered her father Havent you a word of shame for this disgrace you have brought Upon me Oh papa doUt be so cross Jefferson did not care for me I couldn hoan old maid Mr Bagley has a lovely castle in England and one day hell sit in tho house of lords Hel explain everything to you Hell explain nothing rejoined the senator grimly Mr Bagley return to England tonight life wont bay time to explain anything Returns to England echoed Kate dismayedYes you go with me to Wash- Ington at once The senator turned to Ryder Goodby Ryder The little domestl comedy Is ended Im grateful It dldn turn out a drama Tho next time I pick out a soninlaw I hope Ill have better luck Ho shook hands with Jefferson and left the room followed by his crest fallen daughter Ryder who had gone to write some thing at his desk strode over to wher Mr Bagley was standing and handed him a check Hero sir This settles everything 10 date Good day But II stammered the secretary helplesslyGood sir Ryder turned his back on him and conversed with his son while Mr Bag ley slowly and as It regretfully made his exit CHAPTER X- VIT was now December and the sen ate had been In session for over n week Jefferson had not for gotten his promise and ono day about two weeks after Mr Bagleyi spectacular dismissal from the Ryder residence he had brought Shirley the two letters She did not ask him how he got them If he forced the drawer or procured tho key It sufficed for her that the precious letters the absolute proof of her fathers Innocence were 1t last In her possession She at once sent them off by registered mall to Btott who Immediately acknowledged receipt and at tho same time an nounced his departure for Washington that night Ho promised to keep bet constantly informed of what he was doing and how her fathers case was going It could ho thought be only a matter of a few days now before the result of the proceedings would be knownThe approach of the crisis made Shirr ley exceedingly nervous and it was only by the exercise of the greatest self control that she did not betray the terrible anxiety she felt The Ryder biography was nearly finished and her stay in Seventyfourth street would soon come to an end Sho had a serious talk with Jefferson who contrived to see a good deal Of her entirely un suspected by his parents for Mr and Mrs Ryder had no reason to bqllove that their son had any more than a mere bowing acquaintance with the lever young authoress Now that Mr Bagley was no longer there to spy upon their actions these clandestine Interviews had been comparatively easy Shirley brought to bear all the arguments she could think of to convince Jefferson of the hopelessness of their engagement She Insisted that she ould never be his wife circumstances over which they had no control made that dream Impossible It were better she said to part now rather than Incur the risk of being unhappy later But Jefferson refused to be convinced He argued and pleaded and he even swore strange desperate words that Shirley tad never heard before and which alarmed her not a littleand the discussion endear usually by a kiss which put Shirley completely hors de combat Meantime John Ryder had not eased worrying about his son The removal of Kate Roberts as a factor in his future bad not eliminated the hanger of Jefferson taking tho bit between his teeth one day and contract- Ing a secret marriage with the daughter of his enemy and when ho thought of the mere possibility of such a thing happening he stormed and raved until its wife accustomed as she was to his choleric outbursts was thoroughly frIghtened For some time after Bag eys departure father and son got long together fairly amicably but fly- er senior was quick to see that Jefferson had something on his mind whIch was worrying him and he ightly attributed It to his infatuation Cor Miss Rossmore He was convinced hat his son knew where the judges laughter was although his own efforts to discover her whereabouts had been unsuccessful Sergeant Ellison had confessed absolute failure Miss Rossmore he report ed had disappeared as completely as If the earth had swallowed her and further search was futile Knowing well his sons Impulsive headstrong disposition Ryder senior believed hint ulte capable of marrying the girl secretly any time The only thing that ohn Ryder did not know was that Shirley Rossmore was not the kind of n girl to allow any man to inveigle her Into a secret marriage The Colos IUS who judged the worlds morals by his own was not of course aware of this and bo worried night and day thinking what he could do to prevent his son from marrying the daughter of tbe man ho had wronged The more bo pondered over it the more ho regretted that there was not Imo other girl with whom Jefferson could fall In love and marry Ho need not seek a rich girlthere was certainly enough money in the Ryder family to provide for both He wished they knew a girl for example as attractive Rnd clever as Miss Green Ah bethought there was a girl who would make a man of Jefferson brainy ambitious active And the more he thought of It the more tho Idea grow on him that Miss Green would be an ideal daughterinlaw and at the same time snatch his son from the clutches of the Itossmore woman Jeffcrs ndurlngnU these weeks was growing more and more Impatient He knew that tiny day now Shirley might take her departure from their bouso and return to Massapcqua If the Im peachment proceedings went against her father it was more than likely that ho would lose her forever and If on the ontrary the Judge were acquitted Shirley never would be willing to marry him without his fathers consent and this he felt he would never ob- taIn Ho resolved therefore to have a final Interview with his father and declare boldly his intention of making Miss Rossmore his wife regardless of tho consequences Tho opportunity came ono evening after dinner Ryder senior was sitting alone in the library reading Mrs Ryder had gono to the theater with t1 friend Shirley as usual was wrltln in her room giving the final touches to her now completed History of the Empire Trading Company Jefferso took the bull by the horns and boldly accosted his redoubtable parent May I have n few minutes of you time father Ryder senior laid aside tho paper he was reading and looked up It was unusual for his son to come to him on any errand and be liked to encourage it Certainly Jefferson What Is It I want to appeal to you sir I wan you to use your influence before it Is too late to save Judge Rossmore A word from you at this time would do wonders in Washington The financier swung half round In his chair the smllo of greeting faded out of his face and his voice was hard as he replied coldly Again I thought we had agreed not to discuss Judge Rossmore any further I cant help It sir rejoined Jeffer lon undeterred by his sires hostile attitude That poor old man Is practically on trial for his life He Is as Innocent of wrongdoing as a child un born and you know It You could sav him If you would Jefferson answered Ryder senior biting his lip to restrain his Impatience I told you before that I could not Interfere even if I would and I wont because that man is my enemy Important business interests which you cannot possibly know anything about demand his dismissal from the bench Surely your business Interests dont demand the sacrifice of a mans life retorted Jefferson I know modem business methods arc none too squeam ish but I should think youd draw the line at deliberate murder Ryder sprang to his feet and for a moment stood glaring at the young man His lips moved but no sound came from them Suppressed wrath rendered him speechless What was the world coming to when a son could talk to his father In this manner How dare you presume to judge my actions or to criticise my methods he burst out finally You force mo to do so answered Jefferson hotlyIII want to tell you that I am heartily ashamed of this whole affair and your connection wIth It and since you refuse to make reparation In the only way possible for tho wrong you and your associates have done Judge Rossmore that Is by saving him In the senateI think II only fair to warn you that I take back my word in regard to not marrying without your consent I want you to know that I Intend to marry MissRoss more as soon as she will consent to become my wife that Is ho added with bitterness if I can succeed In overcoming her prejudices against my tam ily Ryder senior laughed contemptu ouslyPrejudices against a thousand roll lion dollars he exclaimed skeptically Yes replied Jefferson decisively prejudices against our family against you and your business practices Money Is not everything One day you will find that out I tell you definitely that I intend to make Miss Rossmore my wife Ryder senior made no reply and as Jefferson had expected an explosion this unnatural calm rather startled him lIe was sorry he had spoken so harshly It was his father after all Youve forced me to defy you far ther ho added Im sorry Ryder senior shrugged his shoulders md resumed his seat Ho lit another cigar and with affected carelessness bo said All right Jeff my boy well let It jo at that Youre sorryso am I iTouvo shown me your cards Ill show rou mine His composed unruffled manner vanished Ho suddenly threw off the mask and revealed the tempest 1WeakTo weak and atllnf women there fIt taut age war to help But with that way two treatment mUl bit combined OnelslocakooetSc asutu ttonal tat both are important MeaUaL Dr Whoops Night I Dr Bhoop Restoratlro the Constitutional The formerDr Bhoop Night Cure U a topical BBUCOUS membrane suppoeitorjr remedy whits DA Sheep Restorative it internal treat rent The Rettoratlro rescues throughout Me entire system seeking the repair of all JMH all and ell blood albaentl The Night CUre at 1U name Impllet doM Mi work whUe you sleep Itsoothes sore and 1a ed mucous surfaces heat local weaknet i4discharges while tide RestorWre ewes nerved excitement tires renewed TlMpr and a Ma builds up waited tlMuet brlnguur abiMtteiHiwtjl strength rifor and enerrr Tata Br Bfeeerl ReatorattveTMIeteorLlquldneeenoralco a taw Dr Shoops Night Cure that was raging within He lea3 across the desk his face convulsed with uncontrollable passion a terrifying picture of human wrath Shaking his fist at his son he shouted When I get through with Judge Rossmore at Washington Ill start after his daughter This time tomorrow hell be a disgraced man A week later she will be a notorious woman Then well see If youll be so eager to marry herl- Fatherl cried Jefferson There Is sure to be something In her rlife that wont bear Inspection sneered Ryder There Is in every bodys life Ill find out what it Is Where is she today She cant be found No one knows whore she1s not even her ownjootlwr Something Continued next week The Camera as a Referees The camera which serves so many useful and interesting purposes bas now been promoted to the dignified office of referee In athletic contests says Youths Companion At a recent meeting of the Southwestern Amateur Rowing association it was voted that henceforth at contests held by the association a competent photog rapher with the most modern and efficient camera should photograph the finish of each event Thero have been so many close finishes dud unsatisfac tory decisions in the past that it is hoped in this way to provide referees with indisputable evidence Dainty Fans For Summer Whether It Is that the craze for the mother of pearl belt buckles is re sponslble for the demand for the same mounting for fans it is impossible to say but certainly the white gauze fans mounted on mother of pearl sticks are the most popular this season There Is much to be snld in favor for they are light and theltII IK WRITE JIAIKJUIBBTTB SILL not too expensive and moreover aro In keeping with almost any toilet whether for day or evening wear There are quite plain fans on this order in white marquisette silk with mountings of imitation Ivory that are Just the thing for mornings and cost only 24 cents upward tho most expen sive being as low as 50 cents Stylish Combination of Colors While the ordinary woman does not look for unusual or freakish modes she ls always anxious to know just what society is wearing and now and again she gains a clever idea which she Introduces In her own simpleI frocks For this particular little woman let it be remembered that certain smart effects are obtained in combin ing two or more unusual colorsthat- Is colors that at one time would have been considered eccentric For exauf pIe a stylish linen dress cut on simple lines with plaited skirt and somlfltted coat is in wedgwood blue which color In Itself Is vastly becoming to a 9lear complexion but which Is simple DlI unattractive from a modish vlewpplnti until it Is touched up with a widely contrasting tone which gives it an entirely different appearance and ren ders the shade available for almost any type Tho little frock in mind is of thjs particular shade of blue trimmed with collar and cuffs of coral pink around the edges of which is atlny piping of sage green This introduce tho French touch that is practically the making of the entire frock Otherwise it would lack chic and be nothing more nor less than merely a simple blue linen coat suit The homo dressmaker should not bo afraid to combine unusual colors so long as they do not clash too noticeably It is these UttlS touches that give the gown distingue Vogue Point White belts of either soft kid or lin en with brass buckles are most popu lar They servo to keep the waist line long when white blouses are worn and they do away with that unbccom ing patched effect CREATtt Summer Discount r l now on atDranguons Practical Buslnetitfoli J logos EvansvllTo and Paaucah POSITIONS secured or money back May If prefer taU lessons BY MAIL FREE and enter college later and save cost ot board etc Writs for catalogue andSummer Dueowt Card1 8rsyie B tlJe Ce IMstyitatK J 4Y w s uv3i Yy OPENINC CUN Of fTHE EAMPAIEN Fled by Judge S W Hager NomineeLIn Presence of Democratic Hosts at Lexington ya Party Platform Outlined and W Record of Deeds of the Partys Officials Reviewed r t isrNft Dodger on Any Issue CampaignsLexington Ky Aug 31Betore a rat Democratstd WedoftIcommonDIweiltlr made the initial speech of his gecampaign Outlining a party plat ut form for the planks of which ho It ttod when seeking the nomination ek at which was adopted by the voters himtopointing out the many good features el Democratic administration in the tierpast seven and onehalf years And iMuring the people of the state that ryKentucky will not be behind in pro ir irr BlvenesB in the next four years if be Democracy is continued In power splenlnJr He spoke as follows Mr Chairman Ladles and Gentlemen The time has come when the voters of this commonwealth are to chooseany omcersastiedrho for the ensuing four years are sts to perform the duties and exercise ant the powers pertaining to the different na departments of the executive branch forbytog the governing authorities but also eID mannertllepolicies the affairseon the state shall be administered jof it is the province of the voters their sovereign wisdom to define and prescribe in a great measure If not wholly the very wh- lcharaltate conductaffairs shall be for Inet as has been said it is they who finally determine all matters of government this al policy This being true it is of with the highest importance that each in are dividual voter whatever may have cost been or may now be his party affilla pen Uon should consider thoughtfully and carefully the claims made by the two political parties for his support For If error creeps in if mistakes are made notand evil ensue the blow falls heaviest deB upon the individual whose property just ls taxed to support and maintain the andstate government and its Institutions hlcband whose prosperity and happiness mpte depend upon the policies and princi vompIes behind the governing power and enbinthat then for good or evil fn state affairs have ftstlng In the voter It Is but fair and tall TjJust to him in order that he may act mple with intelligence that the candidates Ittedseeking his suffrage should give a full color and complete expression of the views clear they represent upon the various ques and lions and Issues which most nearly pplntaffect him and his Interests and the idelj Interests of the state at large It is L1 en of the utmost importance to him that rca he should know these views and t any knowing them and thoughtfully consid Is oterlng them it should be his duty to timedact upon them conscientiously as his pink Judgment may dictate tinI Mr Byan says platforms should luce be made by the voters that plat ly theI forms should be the expression of th- eutherwishes of the voters of the party nnd thingj plot the arbitrary production of a few tmpJaii leaders There are two ways in which cress such a consummation may be reached ablne f The first Is by the election of dele o not fates to a nominating convention who 11ttTb IIn their canvass for election present UC for the consideration of the voters a statement of principles and policies for which they stand and for which r un they will contend as members of the popu convention Delegates elected under t linec inch conditions may truly speak for worn the voters and in such way the voters Comf nay make the platform But even then there is still opportunity for = Manipulation by the fine Italian fcn4 of the arbitrary party leader The second and surer way is through F Ifee medium of a primary election in 1 t Irhich the party momlneet are chosen sefd I trloN r take 1 oIIege Writ Card 44dI- 1 T I1I- 1f tlreetlr by tat voter tI atitcandidate for nomination taint choi en whose declaration of policies and principles and whose attitude toward publlo affairs prove satisfactory to the voters In this way the platform ia made by the voters beyond all Ques lion Nominated as I was in a primary election after a canvass in which the principles and policies to which I hold were enunciated and discussed from one end of the state to the other I come before you my fellow citizens the commissioned candidate of the Democratic party for the office of governor with a platform made in Just such way as Mr Bryan truly says it should be made Some of the more Important declarations presented for the endorsement of the Democratic voters briefly state were the follow ingDemocratic Platform Its Eleven Planks 1 Insistence upon faithfulness and economy in the management of public affairs demanding that public of fice shall be recognized as a public trust 2 For the impartial and energetic enforcement of all laws 3 That there shall be no expendi ture of public money except in obedi ence to law and that strict economy shall be observed in public expendi turesI4 In favor of fostering and devel oping the educational interests of theI state 5 Insistence upon just and reason able rates and Impartial service from the railroads within principles fair alike to the railroads and the public 6 Requiring that all corporations shall bear their Just and due propor tion of the burden of taxationno less and no more that they shall come up to the full requirements of the rev enue lawsall Interests being placed on an equal footing In the matter of taxation 7 Welcoming every reform In ad ministrative methods that will reduce the cost of government to the people 8 Favoring Improvement In every respect possible In the conduct of the states public Institutions especially with regard to asylums for the Insane 9 Advocating the promotion of the material development of the state and of conditions that invite the invest ment of capital within our borders 10 Expressing opposition to all economic policies that mike for the upbuilding of trusts or other combina tions that operate to oppress both con sumer and producer of the products of the farm 11 Calling for faithful adherence to the constitution and to the Jeffer sonian doctrine of justice and equal rights to all Party Voters Made Platform In Prl mary Such declaration of principles and policies was presented to the Demo crats in my speeches throughout the state and in awarding me the nomina tion they gave It approval and adopt ed it by their direct votestI do not therefore come before you with a perfunctory platform formu lated by a few leaders and languidly adopted without debate by a meager ly attended convention but with one that has been made and approved as their own by the direct untrammeled votes of thousands of my fellowDem ocrats for whose consideration It was presented And now appearing before the people as a whole as the represen tative of my party I wish to such ex tent as present conditions may require and my commission from my party may warrant to emphasize and am plify the platform upon which the Democratic party has placed its seal of approval I feel justified In expect ing the support of every Democratic voter and I trust that many others of my fellow citizens approving the principles and policies for which the Democratic representatives stand will see that their duty to themselves and to the state also lies In the support of the Democratic ticket in this cam paignVoters to Choose Between Parties Against the personal character and attainments of the gentleman who has the distinction of representing the Re publican party as Its candidate for governor I have not one word to say This Is not a contest between persons This is not a contest in which the per sonality of one candidate is to bo weighed against the other It is in fine not a contest to determine slim ply as to whether Mr Willson as an Individual or I as an individual shall occupy that txalted position It Is rather a contest which is to decide whether In this commonwealth the principles and policies of the Demo craUc part or those of the Republican party shall prevail It is a contest in which you as voters are to decide your preferences It is for you to say whether the state of Kentucky shall continue Its progress under the wise the businesslike the economical the safe and conservative policies which for nearly eight years have character Ized the Democratic administration or whether we shall again be subject to the misrule the mismanagement and the failure attending a Republican ad ministration of public affairs Would you rather see our beloved state in peace and quiet moving on in the line of progress to take her place In the vanguard of states her fertile fields full of the harvest her cities aglow with the blaze of industry commer cial and Industrial prosperity on every hand her affairs carefully ably and economically administered free of debt law and order prevailing and taxes at the lowest rate consistent with a wise and judicious administra tion of affairs which follows Demo cratic policies or would you rather eee her peace disturbed her quiet broken her progress cheeked her tax nP Ll rate higher her inatitutjors mlemt aged incompetence and extravagance in state affairs all of which marked the only Republican administration Kentucky has ever had and which we might reasonably expect would characterize any Republican administration Would you not rather see peace and quiet at the capital as It Is today un disturbed by the rattle of arms of the soldiery the machinery of government running smoothly and without friction each department of the state without challenge performing its func dons or would you rather again wit ness the scene of a governor calling out the state militia to prevent the election of a United States senator and the unspeakable horror of riot and disorder that existed when the great common peoples governor fell mor tally wounded almost at the steps of the capitol while the usurper Taylor surrounded himself with troops of sol doers and denied to the civil authori ties the right to search for the assas sin who fired the fatal shot from a window of the office of the Republican secretary of state and not more than forty feet from where Taylor himself witnessed the tragedy- It is for you to say which of these pictures Is the brightest and fullest of hope God forbid that the people of this state should ever again witness such scenes as were enacted when the then usurper and now fugitive Taylor filled the state capitol with hordes of outlaws to intimidate the legislature and precipitate a reign of riot and disorder State Not National Governments the Issue I confess a natural ambition to be the governor of this the proudest of all the commonwealths but that ambition Is subservient to the interests of my people and It Is not upon any personal claim but rather for the Democratic policies and principles I represent that I ask your support la- this I canvass The canvass in which we are en gaged Is a contest between the Repub lican and Democratic parties upon the policies of each as affecting the state and Is a contest In which national Issues have no part except that upon the result of the ensuing election depends whether or not Kentucky maybe counted on with certainty to cast Its electoral vote for the Democratic nominee for president in 1908 The Republican party has always been the party of centralisation It Is the party of high protection under whose vicious principles great trusts have been formed and thrive It Is the party that for campaign purposes has extorted from the great corpora tions fabulous contributions under promise of favorable legislation such funds so contributed to be used for corrupting and debauching the Amer ican ballot It Is the same party that by Its In iquitous policy of protection taxes to the American consumer the articles of dally use thus favoring capital and discriminating against labor It Is the same party that In Kentucky sought by violence and bloodshed to over ride the will of the people and with the Iron heel of the usurper trampled in the dust the constitution and the laws of the state It is the same par ty that in convention assembled In 1900 when John W Yerkes was nom- Inated for governor Indorsed with out reserve the resolute and patri otic course of W S Taylor which resolute and patriotic course was a conspiracy consummated In the rs sassi nation of Governor Goebel When a fearless and honest delegate boldly denounced that assassination upon the floor of the convention that nominated my opponent Mr Will son and vigorously declared that the men who killed Goebel even though they thought they were working in the right Interest of the Republican party ought to be hanged Every one of them should die for this crime and If the party wants success it must not shirk this issue but must see that every man connected with this foul murder pays the full penalty of the law he received not the slightest evi dence of sympathy but on the con trary a stubborn sphynxllke silence spread over that body of Republican delegates and an ominous frown of disapproval of that sentiment marked with emphasis the features of all Kentucky Democrats Faithful to Promises The Democratic party Is and has al ways been the party of the people It Is In favor of equal and exact justice to all and against any class or special legislation by Ich one person proto Its and another suffers disadvantage It believes that every man whatever and however lowly may be his station in life shall have an equal chance under the law and that he shall not be discriminated against It is op poselto the policy of a protective tar iff under the Iniquitous operations of which great trusts are formed and fostered and reasonable competition which Is the life of free Americas in dustries Is crushed out In Kentucky ours is not a party of premises only but a party of perform ances ts well It has never made a pledge to the people of the state that It has not faithfully and scrupulously kept Along its course are no haunt Ing spirits of unfaithfulness The McChord railroad bll promised by the Democratic party to the people which was passed by the legislature of 1898 but vetoed by Governor Bradley has become a law under the just opera tions of which freight rates In the commonwealth have been lowered and equalized to the great benefit of the shipperA school book bill the en actment of which was pledged by the Democratic party to the people has beep placed upon the statute books and under its provlslons and opera rSl4 I = uons the prio of tile veAool books used in our common schools has been materially reduced to the advantage of the children of the state In these as in all pledges made the Democratic party has kept faith with the people and has not been content with mere vaporings or highsounding declara tions Without any pledge the Democratic party has given the people of Ken tucky such temperance legislation as the sentiment of the times demanded As between these two parties and the policies and principles represented by each you are to choose You are the final arbiters and to your judgment and choice the Democratic party pledges Itself to bow in humble submissionI state of Kentucky Its very name is music to my ear It is the synonym of bravery and of chly aIry In whatever land or clime a Kentuckian may roam his energies are renewed his strength Increased and his drooping spirits raised when he hears floating put upon the air the strains of that sweetest of all songs My Old Kentucky Home For State Development Industrial Moral and Educational I am deeply Interested In the devel opment of our state In every sense that the word Implies industrial moral and educational It is my de sire to see floating upon the sea of commerce the yet untold and undevel oped resources of our great common wealthIn mountains to the east and in the lower lands to the west are vast deposits of coal and other min erals and even In the central counties are great veins and beds of mineral wealth These I wish to see developed and brought Into market so that the world may learn of our wealth and we may keep abreast of other states in the march of progress I endorse without reserve every organization and every agency that has for its pur pose the agricultural Industrial mineral and commercial advancement of the state As the running stream car ries Its sparkling crystals Into the greater body of water into which It flows so would I have the stream of development carry into the markets of the world the wonderful resources of our state To the end that this development may be the more fully assured I am in favor of wise and liberal laws affecting commercial en terprises I am In favor of such laws as will invite the Investment of cap iUd in the state and protect such in vestment rather than of laws that would frighten capital away or hedge it about with too many and unjust re strictions I am in favor of all laws as well as all agencies tending to en courage the formation and establishment of new Industries and placing them In operation Every new Indus try established every new commercial enterprise that Is launched query mine that Is opened every manufacturing establishment that Is put in operation Is of great benefit to the state and though it may of itself mean but little It Is a part of the great plan of development which we all have In mind and which under proper laws will In the natural order of things Inevita bly come If elected governor it shall be my constant purpose to advocate and urge the passage of such laws as will has ten and Insure this development and thus provide at home a field of labor and enterprise for our young men who constitute the states greatest asset Kentuckys Future Depends Upon Education Hand In hand with the development of our state must go the education of our sons and daughters In this ad vanced age when competition Is so sharp and wit meets wit in the keen encounter education plays a most important part In the contest and lends most powerful aid In the battle that is waged There Is no subject in which I am more deeply interested than that of the education of our young for as the elders fall into the sear and yellow leaf and pass away their places must be filled by those who are boys and girls today but who will be the men and women of to morrow To the state this Is a ques tion of vital Importance and one which should be most carefully considered I am earnestly In favor of the improveS ment of our common school system and of Increasing the educational facil ities so that a good common school education may be within the reach of even the poorest of the children of this commonwealth It is witlr pleas ure I review the action of the general assembly in establishing and provid ing for two additional normal schools for the state which action was a dis tinct advance toward higher education and for the better equipment of our teachers Wo need more and better common schools and the Improvement of our whole common school system To insure the betterment of our com mon schools it is Important and essential that in some way better pay be provided for the teachers of those schools thus making the profession more attractive and insuring a higher standard The profession of teaching should be more fully recognized and Its dignity and resposlblllty more fully appreciated With the qualification that is essential to become a precep tor to the young the profession of teaching should appeal to us as one full of dignity and honor There is no more heroic or important figure than that of the country school teacher who in the little old school house on the hill trains up the young in the rudiments of education and starts them gn their destiny of independent thought No less consecrated and no less important are the teachers of our cltyi schools There is no one single set of mca and women united in a A e t Jf fp tJ i f 7 V islDrle purpose who can or do rende to the state better or greater service than do these lelfsacriflclng teacher I of our common schools Further Extension of School Tern Urged The term of the common school should be lenghthened so that thet pupils may have a better and fairer opportunity to become thoroughly grounded In each study We should raise the standard of our common schools to a point commensurate with the needs of this advanced age so that when the youth of our state shall have completed the course prescribed and goes forth with buoyant yet quick ly pulsating heart to engage In th great battle of life he may feel that he is equipped to meet every Issue and to win In the struggle In which he is to engage It is not every boy who can have the advantage of a col legiate training and to these the state owes the duty of providing the best public school facilities possible The future of the state depends upon the boys and greatly upon the boys who can gain no further educa tion than that afforded by our com mon schools The history of our country shows it Is not those greatly favored In a worldly way and who have had the advan tages of college education that have attained the largest measure of suc cess Some if not most of our great statesmen and generals have come from the ranks of the obscure An drew Jackson born in a log hut in the piney woods of North Carolina with but little education and no means passed from abject poverty Into the exalted station of president of the United States Daniel Webster left the plow on his fathers farm in New Hampshire and thundered his way Into the United States senate Our own beloved Clay The mill boy of the slashes left his humble home In the valleys of Virginia to become in the national congress a figure and a power as great as the greatest of the great men of his age Ulysses S Grant turning from his fathers tan nery in Illinois led the embattled hosts of the North to victory over the brave and gallant sons of the South and made for himself a record that twice elevated him to the chief magis- traCy of our nation Down in LaRue county in a log hut on a little farm was born a type of that rugged but lofty American manhood Abraham Lincoln who by the sheer force of will and his native intelligence forged his way Into the white house and oc cupies In history a place and in the Hall of Fame a niche attained by few of Americas great men Thus we cannot say to what heights they may attain who are born In obscurity and povertyMake College Great University Touching the question of higher ed ucation In the state It is my opinion that the state college should be made a university equal to the best In the land a university with a standard so high with such variety and flexibility of courses add with such equipment and apparatus for demonstration that graduates of other firstclass Institu tions may not feel the necessity of leaving the state to pursue postgraduate courses- I hope to see this great school the pride of every teacher In the state aye of every other educational Institu tion In the state The opportunity to build up a great university for the South is better here In Kentucky than In any other state south of Mason and Dixons line If elected governor I shall favor all well considered and feasible plans to make this college such n university as I have described Child Who Labors Not Overlooked- In connection with the subject of education I am led to give brief at tention to the agitation for laws prohibiting the employment of children below a certain age in mines and factories and commonh designated Child Labor Laws The children of the state and especially those among the poorer class need such legislation far more than the wage they would earn for it Is essential in order that they may be prepared to meet the responsibilities of citizenship that they have some training that fits them to understand the principles and policy of government and it Is also due the state of which they are to become citizens and voters that as far as possible they should be so trained It Is upon the principle and reason therefore that the youth of our state should enjoy every possible chance for education that such laws should be enacted and made effective There Is no more pitiable sight than that of young and tender boys and 1girls wearing away their lives In the rmoky factory or dismal mine ovine ing in their cojntenances the unsalu lory effect of the confinement and strain Incident to the work nut It Is not alone or perhaps chiefly upon this ground or for the reason that the physical growth and development of the boy and girl may be stunted and retarded or that adults may be sub jected to unfair competition by the employment of child labor in mines and factories that ouch laws are de sired The chief reason for the support of such Jaws is that by their early employment the children of the state are deprived of an opportunity to secure an education They should and must be protected In their right to at least a common school education an education which every child should have and which as has been shown by the cases of so many of our most successful men will servo the purpose of qualifying the youth to meet the responsibilities of life To Strenflhten Health and Similar Laws It II a matter of supreme importance that the health and lives of our dt+ n V vv boar should be properly safeguarded by the enactment of sufficient and ef fective laws looking to the requirement t of purity and high quality In the food and drink prepared for their consumptioniThe laws now upon our statute books relating to this subject should be strengthened to such extent as may render them more useful and such additional laws touching this matter as may in the light of ex perience become needful should speedily be enacted No Laws Unjust to Capital and Labor The question of capital and labor has been one fraught with much agi manyeyears It Is a question the solution of the difficulties of which Isns Impor tant to the one as to the other With a proper understanding of the mutu ality of their interests and with a proper regard for the rights of each on the part of the other there should be no differences between them The one Is equally Important with the other without labor capital is an inert entity without capital the laborer cannot sell his hire and barter his brawn and muscle Neither can do without the other and no law that has a tendency to strenghten the one at the expense rtf the other no law that discriminates against the one or the other can be just or good By the very nature of their relation to each other capital and labor are properly not antagonistic They are naturally united the one to the other by a bond of cooperation which is to the Interest of each to maintain as neither can be effective without the other An equal and exact balance between them should be preserved and this balance and the mutually cordial relations existing should not be perImltted by either to be disturbed by any artificial condition that may arise The organization of the great army of wage earners In this country is es sential for their selfpreservation and mutual advancement and is as natural and legitimate as the organization of capitalThe Democratic party has always been the friend of labor in this coun try and has favored and encouraged its organization I am In favor of every proper law to protect labor from the encroachment of capital upon its rights and ovary proper law that will preserve to cap ital Its natural rights As governor I would be careful to see that no laws unjust to either capital or labor should become effective Democratic Party for Honest Elections- I am and at all times have been in favor of fair and honest elections not only in the state but also in the coun ties and In the cities and towns of this commonwealth Election manipulators should be weeded out It Is the sacred right of every legal voter of the state to cast his vote and it Is also his right to have his vote courted as it is east In this commonwealth there is no place for those who juggle returns but we demand a fair and honest count of all the legal votes cast Hon esty and fair dealings In politics are as essential to good government MB honesty in the administration ot all governmental affairs Institutions Will Receive Most Serious Thought One of the cardinal principles of the Democratic party Is the exercise of economy in the administration of public affairs By this Is not meant however that our charitable penal and other Institutions shall suffer by the practice of the false principle of saving at the spigot In the public expenditures In the expenditure of public funds such economy should be practiced as is consistent with the proper and effective administration of the states business having at all times regard for our dignity and im portance as a state and the legitimate proper and economic needs of our several institutions The last Democratic legislature of this state enacted a law placing the asylums of this state under the man agement of a board of control This law has now been In operation a little over eighteen months It has already been demonstrated that the law is a wise one Prior to the enactment of this law these institutions were man aged by local bodies men serving without remuneration and who were not In close touch with the active management of the asylums over which they were placed Under the present law this state of affairs has been changed The commissioners are In constant touch with the Institu dons the condition of the unfortunate wards of the state is Infinitely batter in every particular and the asylums are being run with less expense to the state The state owes these unfortunates unstinted care and attention and every effort should be made to amello rate their condition and If possible to restore them mentally During the last seven years thero has boon expended through legisla tive appropriation 330000 to enlarge improve and modernize these Instltu tions Ice plants cold storage elo trie lighting plants Improved water supplies laundry plants and many other modern conveniences have beon installed for the comfort of the un fortunate iainatea Continued on Page Seven The way to get rid of a cold whether it be a bad cold or just a little one is to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative sough Syrup contains no opiates andtt acts gently on the bowels Pleasant to j take Sold by all druggists 1- r pp nF x BRECkENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQB SONS Publishing Co = Subscription Price 100 a year or 185 If paid at the end of year = OABDB OFTHANKB over flrellnea cbarg OS at the rate of 10 tents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of S Sntt per line Money In advance = Issued Every Wednesday = Examine the label on your paper If It Mot correct please notify us = When ordering a change In the addr nbralbeni Should give their old as wellas the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 111907 LEAGUE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS i The annual election of the Epworth League Chaptef 586 was held in the Methodist church Tuesday night of las week at the close of the September business meeting The officers wer elected as follows Lawrence A Murray president A Louise Babbagei First vicepresident Dr A A Simons Second vicepresident Grace Plank 1Third vicepresident Margaret Burn Fourth vicepresident James S Younger Treasurer Edith Burn Sec retary Lula Severs Epworth Era Agent and Organist Health In The Canal Zone The hieh wages paid make it a miehty temptation to our young are tisans to join the force of skilled work men needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures bloodI poison too biliousness weakness an I all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Severs DrngCo GOO Interesting Announcement Mr and MrsElihu Meador Announces the marriage of their daughter Cora Petree to the Rev Robert Eliel1 J Adams pastor of the Falls of Rough j Methodist church to take place at Ephsus church Thursday September 19 J 19o7 at 2 p m Rev B A Brandon I of Hardinsburg will officiateI A R Wheeler Dead Arthur Russel Wheeler youngest so of J C Wheeler formerly of this county died of tuberculosis on th morning of August 31 1907 at th residence of his brother Edgar L Wheeler Santa Fee New Mexico His remains were accompanied back toJJ Louisville by his brother and interred in Cave Hilt cemetery Friday September 6 He was a member of Louisville Council No 4 J O N A M also of Council 10 D of A The members of which conducted the funeral ji He leaves a young wife father and three brothers to mourn his loss besides a host of friends lows This We over One Hundred Dollars Howard tort any case of Oaturrh that cannot be cured byt Halls Cure FJ CflBNKV ft CO ToledoO We the undersigned have known K J Ohenov for the last 15 yours and believe him perfectly honorable In nil business trunsac tlonsunS financially able to carry out any Obligations made by his firm Wuldlng KInnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally awing directly upon the blood and mucous Burfacsof the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists t Take Rails Family Tills for constipation 1 J JV I FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine t Boiler ElectricalGasoline Boat I Tin and Galvac it nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesrCome To Th- eCloverporlFoundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction t Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited t rx HARMED J A Gray has his new store ne completionThe are given by Miss Lucy Tuesday was delightful Quite a number from here attended the Fair at Hardinsburg edMiss Lena Tucker of Mook is visit ins Miss Shellie Quiggins of this place Our prayer meetings on Wednesda and Saturday nights are always welltI attendedProtracted meeting will begin at the IsBaptist church the third Sunday iinI Septembers The farmers are busy delivering the tomatoes at the canning factory at HardinsburgWilliam I of near Leitchfield was the guest of Mr W R Sands Tuesday night Mr Pile of Louisville visited Mr ewiHewitt Shellman who has been visit ing friends and relatives here left- t Wednesday for his home in Mississippi W R Sands our poultry man who- e has been in Louisville for several weeks under the care of a physician returned home this week much improved in health GLEN DEANE Joe Ashley is going to cut some to bacco this week Several from here attended the Fair at Hardinsburg Eloitt Moorman of Anapolis isaVhis home on a months vacation Jesse L Owen of Lewisport is visit ing J T F Owen this week Mrs R W Owen of Lewisport is visiting Mrs W C Moorman Lewis Ashley visited his mother Mrs Nancy Ashley at Sandler Ky School commenced here Monday with Prof Herbert BArns as teacher isIspending this week with IU Moorman Mrs F M Powell is visiting her mother Mrs Nancy Ashley at Sadler C W Dean has returned from Daw son Springs very much improved in health Miss Kate Stith of LouisvJHeis visit 1tng Miss Nell Moorman and Miss Emma D Moorman Hurrah for the Glendean horses The people need not thnk that the GlenI deane boys have not got some fine horses The household goods belonging to Bud Wells who is living on Frank Deans farm were destroyed by fire in TuesdaynSept 3 McQUADYe i Born to the wife of Lufe Taul Sept 1st a girl All here pronounced the Fair a suc COBS last weeknFebae Frouhs who has been sick for several days is convalescent Miss May Thomas of Owenshoro is the guest of M L Crews this week Miss Mildred Potts was the guest of Miss Nancy Payne near HardinSburg last week Rev Dan Shacklett filled his regular appointment here at the Baptist church first Sunday- J B Bates has moved his saw mill from from his farm to town and will cut lumber here Mr and Mrs Humphrey Marshall of Glendeane were the guests of Dr and Mrs J A Sandbach last Sunday James Reardon andfamily of Howell Ind are the guests of Mrs Reardens parents Mr and Mrs G F Askins this week Miss Eula Shrewsberry returned home from Cloverport Wednesday where she had been the guest of her sister Mrs Ola Burden GUSTON Little Blanch Mills has typhoid fever Bell Pollock of Louisville is the guest of Mrs James Osborn Mrs G G Marhall of Irvington is the guest of Mrs A O Marshall Mrs John Flowers is spending a few days with friends And relatives near GarrettJames Jantzen has returned home spending a week at the Corydon Ind Fair- Lonnie Smith has charge of the Dowell Bros store during the absence of Willie Mills Miss Nell Brown and cousin Willie Mills are spending a fewaweeks with near Morganfield Miss Mary Durbin Miss Lillie Neff Mrs Dan Dowell Mr and Mrs Raymond Durbin Dolphus Springgate and Jim Childs spent Wednesday at the Fair Sick Headache This disease is canned by a derangement of the stomach Takes doseof Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the headache will disappear For sale by Severs Drug Co t j ffrfytK i I t ff t I 1 t Z y I BABY TORTURED BY ITCHING RASH Face and Feet CoveredRest Broken and Would Cry Until Tired toyBabys Torture Tries Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment IMMEDIATE RELIEF IrAND SPEEDY CURE baby was about nine months IMy she had rash on her face and feet seemed to irritate her most especially nights They would cause her to be broken of her rest and sometimes sho would cry until she was tired out Ihad always used Cuti cura Soap myself and had heard of so many cures by the Cuticura Remedies that I thought I would give them a trial Theimprove- mentwasnoticeable in a few hours and Cforerhnd used onebox of the Cuticura Ointment herfeet were well and have never troubled her since I also used it to remove what is known as cradle cap from her head and it worked like a charm as it cleansed and healed the scalp at the same time Now I keep Cuticura Ointment on hand in case of any little rash or insect bites as it takes out the inflam mation at once Perhaps this may be sufferingbabieston Me Juno 9 1900 CUTICURA THE SETl Consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills- A single set is often sufficient to euro itchingburningrashes and irritations with loss of hair from infancy to age when all other remedies and even the best physi cians fail Guaranteed absolutely pure forEverySkinCutlwraOlntment ChocolatecoatsfioId throughout the world Potter Drug h ChemCorp Sole Props Iloston Man wrMailed Free How to Glue Skin and Scalp Miss Drue Gregory will leave today for Cincinnati Ohio to spend several weeks with her nephew Mr George Dean Pain anywhere pain in the head painful periods Neuralgia toothache all pains can be promptly stopped by a thoroughly safe little Pinu Cindy Tahletknown by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Pain simply means congestion nndue blood pressure at The point where pain exists Dr Shoops Headache Tablets quickly equalize this unnatural blood pressure and pain immediately departs Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis and get a free triil package Large box 25 cts Sold by All Dealers Mrs Florence Goodwin and son Herbert Goodwin of Charleston Mo the guests of Mrs Robert Polk MICA r I Abe Grime the road aud5 Ghtfzothel and teamthenelps teautstet pays the destroYs ritefivfromiriCtiohat clueandof aheavopetouctytng tltanauylhelcr forbiica I COb1P1lNYIStAND l nun Cl4 WEFILLTHE BILLFrom the Cradle to the Grave Many People Think It Impossible Ir 11mUT ImakeI I hood supplying it with all its wants in Clothing Dress Goods Hats Shoes and Stockings When it gets ready for the grave we furnish it with a shrowdand coffin We study the babys childs mans andwomans needs Its our business to do this andweve been doing it for three score years How well we have succeeded our large and well equipped store built from a very small beginning to one of the largest in the county tells the story come in and see us tell us what you want talk the matter over with us and see how nice weel treat you We are here to serve you A A Richardson Garfiel Kentucky u KodolI For Sale by all H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all ot the Courts of HrtCkonrldKo and adjoining count er Special attention given to collectionsl road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Dlsttlit C juits Office over Dank of Hardlnsbure Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents tor5 per month 7Sn FARM FOR SALEH between mile Cloverport off of and Hardlnsburg 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from Hardlnsburg Jill acres of land two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jio D pabbage Cloverport Ky or James H Sahlle FOIL SALE 106 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the BreckenrIdge News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR SALE POIt SALE ISO acres ot land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Iy Fine tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib fu acres in woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price 1500 For further Information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport ly- POR SALEGood farm onefourth milei Basin Spring Iy contains 140 acres all level ana In good state of cultiva tion About onehalf In grass 15 acres In timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large burn and plenty of IrvlnttonKylookingtorsso or write Jno D Bubbage Cloverport Ky THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials r pJ1 LOW ROUND TRIP RATES VIA The Henderson Route TO THE Kentucky State pairLOUISVIKYIIE SEPTEMBER 16171819 20 21 Tickets on Sale 14 too 20 Retnrn Limit 23 It You Just Cant Afford to Miss It PARTIAL LIST OF ATTRACTIONS Capt Knabenshue and his passengercarrying Air Ship daily flights and exhibitions Balloon races captive balloon Igorrote Village Pains I HunIDaily 4 Ask the Railroad Agent for Rates from your Station 4T V 1C4 I I FOR DYSPEPSIA IDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT ForlyaokacheWeak Kidneys IrjOuWltli Kidney do Bladder PJIIiSura and rUBfAKBD ONLY AT THI LABORATORY OFT SiftIC DeWITT do COMPANY CHICAGO Druggists Cloverport September September CONVENTIONCALLED Republicans And Voters To Meet At Hardinsbur September 21 At a meeting of the Republican county committee held at Hardinsburg Ky on Saturday Sept 7 1907 a mass convention was ordered called to meet at Hardinsburg on Saturday Sept 21 1907 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative from I Breckenridge county to be voted for at the November eletion 1907 I All Republicans Independents and all other voters who desire a change in state affairs are invited and urged to attend and participate It is the desire of the committee that the IIStomach people have the freest and fairest op portunity to select the candidate of their choice It will be the biggest convention ever held in the county Occasional headache belching bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite and slight nervousness are symptoms of in digestion which when allowed to go uncared for will develop into a case of dyspepsia that will take a long time to get rid of Dont neglect yourstomach- At the first indication of trouble take something that will help it along iiq its work of digesting the food you eat Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make your food do you good and will enable you to enjoy vhat you eat Sold by all druggists 1 Miss Emma Sahlie of Louisville is the guest of Mrs James H Sahlie Dont be afraid to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to your children It contains no opium or other harmful drug It alwavs cures For sale by Severs Drug Co More Than 25000 in Prizes I A State Fair ribbon his the backing ol the Commonwealth of Kentucky Its a trophy with a big value aside from the money that accompanies l- tLowest Rates by Rail and River You Just Cant Afford to Miss Itl Come and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled- to the much desired lfigure a quarter million hi six reat days See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 sleel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trot s ting track in the world I Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way Into thootds of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted Capt Enabenshue In his passenger cariying airshipthe marvel of the century with daily lights and exhibitions and a night ride In the air guided by a searchlightI Balloon racesthe most exciting ol aerial sports and a captive balloon I Sensational acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest living color page ol amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the awe Inspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly la the Infield In front of the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band ol fifty artists from the Land of Music leatllckLegislatureAgricultureWrite and Illustrated descriptive look L E HUGHES Secretary tochvttle I 8I I vii f- 4y y aIi I A HAPPY HOMEIs where health abound With Impure blood there cannot 1Fbegood health WIth a disordered LIVER there MHBOt be good blood Tutts Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Its atural action A healthy LIVER means pure Mood Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take 110 Substitute All Druggists PERSONALAND LOCAL Miss Elizabeth Skillman has been visiting In Hawesville Mrs W R Burnof Henderson is the guest of Mrs J WTatum- E H Pryor was here from Owens boro last week visiting relatives Franklin Kincheloe and Ed Dillon of Hardinsburg were here Sunday Mack Brown and Allen Kincheloe of Hardinsburg were here Friday night Richard Wathen Jr went to Louis f viMe Saturday to be gone several days Ernest Sparks of Owensboro has ac cepted a position with the Breckenridge News Miss Rose E Barry of Birds Point Mo isthe guest of Mr and Mrs J A BarryMrs R N Hudson and daughter of Versailles are the guests of Mrs J D GregoryMiss Ryan of Stephensport is the guest of her cousins the Misses HintonMisses Eva and Eliza May are the guests of Mr and Mrs Walter May at Detroit Mich John Corley has returned home from Decatur Ill after an extended visit to relatives there f Miss Ruth Haynes was in Louisville last week She will leave eptember 17 for Durant I T Mrs C W Moorman was the guest t of Mrs Coleman Haswell at Hardins burg during the Fair Mrs Margaret Bennett of Zion has returned home after a visit to Miss Margaret Moorman Edmond Foote of Irvington was the guest of Miss Jane Smith last week 1 lyiey attended the Fair Mr Henry Duncan went to Louis vine to see his son Dan Duncan who j has been ill for several days Mrs M Burdette and Mr and Mrs Andrew Smith of Owensboro have been the guests of Miss N Collins Mr and Mrs L Markle ot New York were here Tuesday of last week enroute to Louisville in their Oldsmobile Misses Isabelle Hendricks and Lillian Miller of Hardinsburg were the guests of Misses Reba and Louise Lewis Sun dayIra Behen left Monday for Purdue University and Wallace Babbage went to Lexington Friday to enter upon his senior years work Gus Reidel Who has been spending his vacation in California was here Thursday from Holt He left yester day fot State College Miss Rebecca Ricketts of Union Star has been the guest of her neice Mrs Geo Crist Miss Ricketts has just returned from a weeks visit to re latives at Gross Ill Mr and Mrs P J Kramer of Clo verport were in the city yesterday en route home from Caseyville where they attended the funeral of the latters ffffher Mj Conrad Aull Henderson Journal Mrs Lula Mason and baby Walter II of EvansvilleInd have returned home after a three weeks visit to relatives here They were accompanied by Misses Maggie Newman and Nannie Ryan and Mr James HMason The sad news of the sudden death of Session Bonner was received in the DeHaven family last week He died of consumption Thursday August 29 on his way home from New Mexico where he had been fortis health Mr Bonner was a brother of Mrs Wickliffe De Haven of this city who had expected to meet him at his home at Mexia Texas as soon as he got there JTsypr Harris has returned horn from Canada Mr and Mrs Fred Furrow have bees visiting at Rockport Ind Mrs H V Duncan went to Branden burg Sunday to visit Mrs David Dun canMiss Ray Heyser left Friday for Glendeane to visit relatives there and at Leitchfield Mr and Mrs Geo Gregory of Lou isville have been visiting Mr and Mrs John Gregory Mrs Thomas Bohler spent Sunday in Louisville with her daughter Mrs Wilburn Gregory Capt Nat Ahl of Mowequa Ill ar rived Saturday to visit his son Aleck Ahl at Tobinsport- Among those who attended the Fair from here were Allen Pierce Harvey Stone Harry WeatherholtLafe Behen Cleona Weatberholt Mr and Mrs Frank English Harry Newsom Ruth Haynes Mr and Mrs Henry Pate Margaret Moreman Mrs Margaret Bennett Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman and daughter Elizabeth Miss Maggie Skillman Elizabeth Skillman Richard Wathen Minnie Simons Iva Wine Rena Satterfield Heman and David Allen Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson Mrs Nataniel Tucker Bessie Keys Francis Jane and Ella Smith Mrs C W Moorman Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze and son Robert Mrs Joe Fitch Lillie Sippel Mr and Mrs Marion Weather holt Mr and Mrs H L Stader Mr VG Babbage Mr and Mrs 0 Hardin Miss Bertha Long Stella Weatherholt Elizabeth Babbage Mrs Ryan Ray Heyser Rev and Mrs J T Lewis Reba Lewis Josie Berry Mayme Graham Inez Gregory Leonard Gregory Charley Hambleton There are a great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Their food may satisfy the appetite but it tails to nourish hebody simply because the stomach is not in fit condition to do the work it is supposed to do It cant digest the food you eat The stomach should be given help You ought to take something that will do the work your stomach cant do Kodol for Indi gestion and Dyspepsia a combination of natural digestauts andvegetable acids digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pleuant to take Sold by all drug gists Church Work In This City A business meeting will be held im mediately following the prayer meet ing at the Baptist church tonight All the members interested in the welfare of the church are urged to attend Regular services at the St Rose Catholic church Sunday morning The Rev E W Graves pastor of the Lucile Memorial church will hold regular services Sunday morning and evening to which the public is invited The ladies of the Baptist church are busy raising a sum of 200 to carpet the auditorium of their church The ladles of the Baptist church wil give a supper Thursday night Sept 19 it Oelzes Hall DeWitts Little Early Risers are good for any one who needs a pill They are small safe lure little pills that do n gripe or sicken Sold by all druggists Miss Bettie Kate Young of Franklin Ky has arrived from Louisville to ac ctP1a position in the Millinery parlors- of Mrs Robert Polk 1 he Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bnoklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers ana healing balsams ever com pounded No matter how old the sorer nicer in this Salve will cure itFor bnrns scalds cats wounds or piles it has no equal Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 25c FINE STOCK EXHIBIT head of cattle from the Park Place ITen Farm of Irvington wasthe largestI number from any one place in the county m exhibit at the Fair The proprietor GNLyddan has every eason to be proud of his Registered Here fords for they counted off many blue ribbons and brought him no little mount in preminums His exhibition represented the best herds and wellbred cattle their beauty attracting much attention Mr Lyddan ill to be congratulated upon making such a success in stock raising awards given to him at the fair I IThe to nearly 300 000000000000000000001L1 pale children is magicaL A It makes them plump rosy active happy tIt contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oc AND SlOO 00001 1SM r Y ro i T v A Tr i 1t Farmers to the Front i j Do you expect to be humbugged all your life by the Trusts If so continue to use Commercial Fertilizers at 25 to 30 per ton that has about 150 to 200 pounds of plantrr food in them that is worth from 3 to 4 1 Be Wise Be Economical I Save Time Labor- s I And Money- By I making at your own home a BETTER r Fertilizer for onefourth the cost than any 1 Commercial Fertilizer on the market by using JARBOES PROCESS For i ShomeAGENTS WANTED IN EVERY PRECINCT IN TillS COUNTYI I IDISTINCTIVE I MILLINERY I I I GAQE HATS III I f I made orderto IHats ReadyI towear Hats Newest I FallI I Styles Special Trimmer II III Mrs R T Polk ICLOVERPORT KY Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention m EI + r + iWIYtsJl t r WANTEuODe hundred girls and women Good prices Work until cold weather NEW BLUE GRASS CANNING CO Owensboro Ky FOR SALETwo good mules Will sell for or on time Apply to Coleman E Haswell Hurdlnsburft Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot or good Laundry machInes Also new Bud secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE SIC 3rd Street Louisville Kv Notice To FarmersAnd Poultry Raisers At my place of business which is in Oelzes Building I will buy from farm ers poultry eggs and all kinds of country produce I pay the highest market price For further particulars write or telephone to me Phone number 101 Joe Long- Cloverport Ky Notice Tax Payers- All City and School Taxes for the year 1907 are due Pay now and avoid the penalty CHARLIE MAY City and School Tax Collector Office in rear room Cloverport Bank WILL IMPROVE ROAD TO HOLT Wrib Perkins of this city has been awarded by the District Road Overseer Chas Bohler the contract of repairing the bridges three in number on the river road between Cloverport and Holts Bottom consideration 350 Mr Perkins will begin the work at once and excellent improvement will be made under his direction on the roadwayAt the road has been almost im passable and was asource of great incon venience to the people of Holt It being in good condition will mean much to them and also to the merchants of CloverportMiss McQuady of Evansville is visiting Mr and Mrs Will Pate F FIRM FRIENDS BANKING AND- BUSINESS METHODS You ought to enjoy the friend ship and convenience of having a Bank Account whether you han dle much or little money It will enable you to pay your bills with checks and avoid mistakes in mak ing change and provide you with a convenient way ofhandling your funds and collecting checks and drafts Open an account with us BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reducedrates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Kentucky State Fair Cloverport to Louisville and return 13 Tickets sold Sept 14 to 20 inclu sive Return limit Sept 23 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return SnndaySept 22 on morning trains deilY f r S fiJlIJI MEET ME AT NQLTES j I Just III IOpenedsome values i- nGlassware I TumblersSugarsI iiTooth l Pick HoldersP II Oil and Vinegar Cruits r Nappies Orange Bowls IIm- m Platesmm mmCake rn CansfWBPitchersi Sewing Lamps IITake a peep at Them I I J C Nolte rBro ICloverport Ky excellence will who desires I Milling CoGran iII IsmlimJlSm m rsmlSm ISm CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY u We Contractor James Lewis associated us and furnish plans and estimates buildings Our Work is of good material and best workmanship and prices are several grades of roofing at prices to J325 pe squareOur best Ruberiod will last as building Millero Brick Tile Co Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky The Home Bakery For Fine Bread Cakes Pies Rolls Etc Wholesale and and Retail For health1 Mothers Favorite Salt Rising Its GoodI to please J BROWN Proprietor I k AilAAAititAiiRt4R4WLearn i Telegraphy or Telegraph operators wanted 3- x railroads Good wages paid a ISalaries good at start Can bea learned time at small cost No other trade or profession offers as much as a a Our equipment and instructions a and complete Students It made fully competent CE Positions secured Write for terms c- KENTUCKY I i of TELEGRAPHY KY- SIStSt7itkkASNAi1kl IOWENSBORO 11 Wherever Used When you buy ffm your next barrel or sack of flour try Cadicks Dust Flour Its GoldI stands for I line and it find a home ffm with you It is sure to give satisfaction to every purchaser a good reliable brand of ffm flour A trial is all we ask Cadick i have M with can for Mill our reasonable We have from 1 as long the try yours S i by a I in short ai- Y telegraphya practical a SCHOOL i r JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings 0 T C Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky I 1 We are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks Than Usual and i Have Some Good Ones Now r Do You Need One t r rI r Severs Drug Co 7RR77Me1 iiSPECK PROGRAMS J Ire Arranged For Every Day r and Night ilY THE KENTUCKY STATE fAIR There Will Be Something Doing All the Time Interesting and Instructive Features Are you a citizen of Kentucky a member of any fraternal organization A school child a citize of Southern tIndiana a GermanAmc itan an Irish American a laborer an editor or a militiaman 1 If so you are specially provided for In the list of special nights and speciall days arranged in the program of the Kentucky State Fair to be held in Loulsvlllo Sept 16 to 21 If you are not to be Included In any of these classes you will betaken care of on Everybodys Day The State Fair management has arranged most Interesting special days and special nights These are enum erated as followsSPECIAL DAYS COL W 1V IIITE President Louisville Board of Trade General Chairman MONDAY SEPT 16 SCHOOL CIHL DRENS DAY G B Nordeman Member Louisville School Board Chairman TUESDAY SEPT 17FRATERNAL- DAY n S Brown President Louisville Commercial Club Chairman WEDNESDAY SEPT 18 LOUISVILLE DAY Gco O Fetter Director Louisville Board of Trade Chairman THURSDAY SEPT 19 KENTUCKY DAY Lew B Brown Harrodaburg President Kentucky Press Association Chairman FRIDAY SEPT SOUTHERN INDI ANA DAY Adam Helmberger President New Al bany Commercial Club Chairman SATURDAY SEPT EVERYBODYSDAY- Everbody Chat man SPECIAL NIGHTS J V UECKAIANN Manager Retail Merchants Association General Chairman MONDAY SEPT GKRMANAMER ICAN NIGHT F W Keluker Chairman TUHSDAY SEPT 17 IRISHAMERI CAN NIGHT Thos McCabe Chairman WEDNESDAY SEPT 18 LABOR NIGHT John Young PreHdent Louisville Feder ation of Labor Chairman THURSDAY SEPT 19PRESS NIGHT Young E Allison Chairman FRIDAY SEPT 20 MILITARY NIGHT Col W B Haldeman Colonol Command Ing PIt Kentucky Regiment Chairman SATURDAY SEPT 21 FAREWELL NIGHT Smith T Halley Chairman Of all of those Kentucky Day Is ex potted to be the banner onO of tho great State Fair week Mr Brown as President of the Kentucky Press Association has named as his asso elates on the Kentucky Day Commit tee many of the States moat promi nent newspaper men This commit tee will arrange several big excur sions to be run into Louisville on that dayOn the night of Kentucky Day spe cial attention is to be given to the editors as the name of the night In dicates Colonel Young E Allison ttan whom there is no better known editor in the state is chairman of Press Night and will see that members cf the tripod are handled in a way that will make their visit an oasis In the desert of pencilpushing lifo One of the most beautiful sights of the Fair will be that of ten thousand school children waving flags on the grand stand the opening day A special rate of ten cents for admission has been made for all school children on this date On Fraternal Day lodges and socl eties of every character will have an inning A big tent is to be provided Tor all organizations taking part and here visitorsI may be received welcomed and registered Col Brown Js planning some Interesting drills by uniform ranks of different organiza lions Mr Helmberger Is calling upon the commercial organizations of Southern Indiana as well as the editors of that section to make Southern Indiana Day one thrt will be a credit to that progressive section The German Americans and Irish Americans will fittingly celebrate on the two special nights named In their honor while Wednesday evening will give to the laboring element an ex cellent chan e to show Its strength There will be no night however more attractive than that given over to military organizations It is planned to have an exhibition drill and dress parade on the track in front of the grand stand on that evening The glare of the arc lights and the glow of the Incandescent upon bayonets epaulets and buttons will pre sent a most attractive picture Everybodys Day is for everybody who could not come on any other day as well as for everybody who has come on every other day It will havo an excellent finale In tho evening when Chairman Bailey has planned a gorgeous program The avenue both aides of which are to be lined with amusements se cured for the State Fair has been dubbed The Stretch It will have the biggest and best amusement fea tures of the year the first under the wire o 0 A TraVelteff MMVExftrfMCfc III must tell yon my experience on an East bound O Lc N RR train from Pendleton to Le Grande Ore writes Sam A Garber a well known traveling man I was in the smoking department with some other traveling men when one of them went out into the coach and came back and said There is a woman sick unto death in the car I at once got up and went out found her very ill with cramp colic her bands aud arms were drawn tip BO you could not straighten them and with a deathlike look on her face Two or three ladies were working with her and giving her whisky I went to my suit case and got my bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rmedy I nevtr travel without it ran to the water tank put a double dose of the medicine in the glass poured some water into it and stirred it with a pen cil then I had quite a time to get the ladies 1 3 let me give it to her but I succeeded I could at once see the ef fect and I worked with her rubbing her hands and in twenty minutes I gave her another dose By this time we were almost into Le Grande where I was to leave the train I gave the bottle to the husband to be used in case another dose should be needed but by the time the train ran into Le Grande she was all rjght aud I received the thanks of every passenger in the car For sals by Severs Drug CoITERSE TELEGRAMS Three hundred lives were lost in the recent conflagration at Hakodate JapanLiquidation in the September option caused a highly nervous market in wheat at Chicago At San Francisco Al KaufTman defeated Mike Schreck of Cincinnati la the seventh round Five wellknown residents of Clair borne parish Louisiana have been ar rested on charges of peonage Several members of the Portuguese cabinet have announced publicly that they are weary of the dictatorship of Premier Franco- A cablegram from Havana to the marine hospital service reports the appearance of yellow fever at Campo across the bay from Havana The Vatican has announced that all pilgrimages to Rome scheduled for the months of SeptemBer and October are to be postponed on account of the present anticlerical agitation In Italy DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is goad for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is espec ially good for piles Sold byall drug gists The word costermonger was origi nally costardinonger that Is apple sell ereHIs noisy manners were comment ed upon in Queen Elizabeths day To cheek a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safebnt decidedly certain and prompt Pre ventics contain no quinine tolaxative nothing Harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis Li Grippe ttc Hence the name Pre ventics Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cts Sold by All Dealres Tip of ForWaitress Crosby Hall the well known lunch ing place in London England Is short ly to be pulled down but one at least of Its staff does not regret It says a London special cable to the New York Times This 1iq a waitress Miss Sage who recently received a tip of 100 guineas 500 from a number of Lou don men whom she has regularly at tended at luncheon and who subscrib ed the amount mentioned Miss Sage says the present quite took her breath away It Is believed to be a record tip for London Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It Prevalence of Kidney Disease Most people do not realize the alarm ing increase and remarkable prevalency by neydtseaseWhile orders are the common that pre theyare almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who content theniaelrea with doctoring the effects while the orig inal disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the bad kidneys bladder lassageItand scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free mail Address Dr most diseases vail liver Binghamton aa ol ara a writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y LIVING ROOMSrj 1 The TendencyisI toward a Light Scheme of Decoratlen The tendency Is toward a light scheme of decoration The best Interior decorators are using light color schemes as much as pos Bible Almost white walls are seen In many living rooms and the plcturo Is agood Illustration of a room of this sort The color scheme Is white and gold An empire design decorates the walls The electric light fixtures are In the shape of gilt candles with yellow silk shades There Is a high gilt mirror over the mantel The furniture Is mahogany The table which supports n lamp with a yellow shade Is handsomely Inlaid Yellow upholstery prevails while palms and a few cheerful oil paintings add to the brightness of tie room R DE LA 1SAUMK Woman Contractor Railroad ron rnjjjlf Is not a busl ness liv WHICh olio wGttia CICY a woman to get on yet one of the most promincut contractors of Texas Is Mrs S C IIookxT who has made a phenomenal success In this line Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is in tirely due to its Restorative action up on the controlling nerves of the Stomach etcA weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpitation or in termittent pulse always meens weak Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves Strengthen these inside or controlling nervts with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quicltly these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by All Dealers Pearl fishing In Moro province Phil ippine Islands can only be done by vessels built In the United States or In the Philippines Dates of sale July 2530 and August 1017 Fare from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return good for 12 days including date of sale will be J1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office TAR FORK Some young people of this community attended the Association at Black Lick church near Glendeane Wednesday and Thursday All report a nice time as there was plenty to eat and a nice sociable crowd They met old acquaintances and made new ones and had a good time generallyMessrs Stylia POI Keenan and Bennie S Jackson two of our most enterprising young gentlemen will leave for Kings wood Monday where they will enter college Although we shall miss the young boys very much frpm all our so ciable gatherings we are glad to say they are striving for a higher standard in life and we all say Good luck follow themMiss Essie McQuady who has been visiting her cousin Miss Beulah Pire has returned to her home at Cooneyvllle Ky Miss Essie is a bright winning young lady and we would gladly welcome her back in our midst Mr and Mrs Buck Bowman of Hardinsburg were the guests of her sister Mrs 0 V Rice a few days last weekMiss Lillian Wilson of Mattingly was the guest of her sister Mrs C W Elmore and Miss Irene Robbins Saturday and Sunday Miss Irene Robbins attended the As sociation at Black Lick church and was theguest of Miss Mathes Burden Crops are very much improved since the rain It is reported that Sias Elmore has the finest crop in this community Hurrah for Silas CUStER COURIER SENDS GAY NEWS Mr Carman Celebrates His Birth day Miss Harrington Entertains The birthday dinner given by J Wt1i Carman of Rosetta August 29 on his seventysecond birthday was as grand affair as was ever given in this part of the county The Carman family was of course in evidence and a bevyof friends thrown in In all relatives and friends there were considerably over one hundred and fifty guests Mrs Carman prepared the menu assisted by Mrs John Kasey Many of the rela tives and Ithoughtful friends bfought large baskets filled with nice things to eat A table was built in the yard under the nice shade trees and the din nerpartaken of in picnic style Miss BetUe Taylor went to Hardins burg Monday to remain until after the fair at that place The protracted prayer meeting at the church for the past week has resulted in some six or eight conversions Miss Ella Ahl of Hardinsburg who has been with the Misses Trent for n few days returned to her home Thurs day Miss Lora Harrington gave quite d nice slumber party in honor of her niece Miss Lena Hoskinsons birthday to her little Custer schoolmates on Friday night Four little girls Tessie Mitcham Eva Alexander and Eliza and Louise Taylor were invited to supper and to remain all night They reported a delightful time a fine supper music games and plays until bedtime Rev B A Hunter former pastor of this place passed through Custer Sat urday on his way to his appointment at Alexanders Chappel Mrs Nat Bruner is confined to her bed with consumption Mrs Rice Carleton and son of Jef fersonville Ind is with her mother Mrs Hughy Springate for a visit of several weeks Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin And Blood Diseases Also Cured firs M L Adams Frtdonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which ef fectually cured an eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed np perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores suppurating swelliijgg etc have been oared by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Gnerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised casting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Uuerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on tne skin and all blood troubles Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists 1 per large bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter- IMMENSE SWlflE PAVILION Iowa State Fair to Have Three Acres of Hogs Under One Roof The largest swine pavilion in the world is the latest Iowa boast It is being built on the state fair grounds at Des Moines and when finished will occupy three acres under roof The judging ring occupies a square almost surrounded by pens This will be the center of attraction for the Iowa people at their state ex position this year says the Clinton Herald Farmers interested in swine breeding have been urging this im provement a long time Last year they brought 2700 hogs to the exposition and may others were sent back for lack of space This Is a larger exhibit of hogs than at all other state fairs together With these Improvements tho Iowa state exhibit will be kept not only at the head of the list but far In the lead of all others 0 For a Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured in bout onethird the time usually required by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and giving it absolute rest For sale by Severs Drug Co Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County FairSept 1114 Glasgow Sept 1114 HardinsburgSept 35 PembrokeAug 1517 LexingtonAug 1217 Elizabethtown Aug 2729 Henderson July 2327 Madisonville July 30Aug 3 Hodgenville Sept 1012 BardstownSept 47 GuthrieSept 1214 Uniontown Aug 610 SebreeSept 1821 Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 1621 r i WHY WE LAUGH 4otl Little Nonsense Now and Then Is Relished by the Wisest lientit11 Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year I Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year i On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for wittyandWEEKLY orJUDGE for the same period of iime Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York Th- eheHaiIway1 Offers Very Low Round Trip Homeseekers Rates T- oArkansas Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma and Texas ofIway Agent or writ- eIARCOOKDPA I BSYENTTPA Ky tBIilflfSltBII iII W n DOWUER President A B SiurLUAN Cashier F L LronxroOT VlcePresldentc r Cnie SKILLMAN Asst Cashier The Old Relia- bleBRFCKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment 1 Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited I Nel NN NNNM N The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orBurglary i lieC lErlC G4E EfCtC I fifli4 THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Ii7itr3 7iaSBayr79r i tl a r CICtEEtL1ClE L CKIC RiLA The most centrally located ard only Brutclass hotel in the city ImaklBK a F 1200 rate- Ow one block trom tbe principal Bbopplngldistrlct and two blocks frees the principal tbeatreaIStreet Carl pass the door to all puttot c JEvert1 ir B CdIE 1iW dX76 pl8 i+ l L First State Bank 1 IRV1NQTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresidea H H KEMPER Cashier i t 4 Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicitedJ iInterest Paid on Time Deposit- sISmUSUSSUUSSSUUURSUSmROSSUS 1 School Supplies AT THEriI J NEWSVEFJCE Clpverportf Y 1 tl c 4It 1 i er TJ z i i S L Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Crept BsM cll8 and heal- ith Ieeaeed aembrane Itcite catarrh and drIyet tony a cold In the bead nleidJ4 OMMMA Bat Is placed Into the nottrils spreads ores tie Hsembrihe and li absorbed Relief b la a aJMeftBds euro follow It IIs not drylngdoea BotpwaaeeBweslnfr Large Size 60 C4aU atDrn1 gbtior by sill Trial Size 10 cenu XLT BSOTHKR3 M Warren Sheet Now York Jamestown Exposition Ashevillehi And the Land of the Sky With stopover privileges Go One WayReturn Another A delightful trip through the pictur esque mountain country of North Caro lina at low rates Forillustrated litera tvre rates and full Information write any agent 17SOUTHERN RAILWAY- C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agt e Louisvilles Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailorf clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHB Casper May do Co Cannelton Ind underrfour r N H Meal and Feeds at Mortons Mill We have just put in ate improved Corn and JFeed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed S on short notice- CHARLESt MORTON l Ownerly- II 1 lIt Costs Nothing iTo find out for a certainty f whether or not your heart is y affected One person in four has a weak heart it may be fyou If so you should know h it now and save serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitation i hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if tyou have fainting or smother ing spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is c weak and perhaps diseased l Miles Heart Cure will re J 1lave you Try a bottle and ie how quickly your condition improvetijr thMilesI was lIutrerlng with heart trotiple and tr11n4o been for two years I tad pain to my heart back and left side and f had not been able to draW a deep iiiifc breath for two years Any little exer Nariat lion would cause palpitation and I could not lie on my left side without 44rrufforing They advised me to try Dr t J Heart Cure and which ltehatI 1 did with the result am In better health than I ever was before having gained 14 pounds slnco I com scented taking It I took about thir teen bottles or the two medicines and bavent been bothered with my heart aoeI UppeSanduTHOMAS Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sofa by fills4hM will refund y urmoneIn mill Medical Co Elkhart I- i1iiiiii r iLAUGH CURE ADVISER Francis F Brandewiede Believes In Joviality as a Remedy CRACKED JOKES ON SICKBED Aged Alton Mo Court Clerk Tell How He Cured Himself of Paralysis Convert His Sick Wife Who IIs Fast Recovering His Favorite Joke Jovialitypure unadulterated good humorbacked up by hearty laughter Is a positive cure for any disease says Francis F Brandewlede eightytwo years old clerk of tho city court of Alton Mo- Seven months ago he was stricken with paralysis both arms and legs be- Ing helplessly crippled Today he is walking tho streets bantering his friends joking and telling how he cured himself by forgetting his trou bles and laughing and having a good time with those who called to console and offer their sympathy says the St Louis PostDispatch If more persons would be good hu mored and laugh Instead of brooding over their Illness there would not be half so many sick in tho world said Brandewledo In relating how he cured himself At my age it would discour age almost any man to bo stricken helpless with paralysis but I have looked on the sunny side of things all my life and I did not despair though I often overheard friends who called to see me say that I was on my deatk bed this time all right- I junk kept my spirits up Jokod aboutmyIllness told good stories and mado my visitors tell me some I laughed heartily all the time and never for a moment gave way to gloom I slept just as peacefully and sweetly as when I was an Infant in my mothers arms I awoke bright and early each morning feeling refreshed and ready for another days joviality- I did not take any medicine and attribute my recovery solely to the bright cheerful manner in which I bore my Illness The faith I have had all my Ute in tho efficacy of cheerful ness as a cure for all ails has been Increased a thousandfold I am not a believer in the Osler theory for at elgutytwo I feel just as spry physically and as capable mentally as I did forty years ago I am going back to my official duties within a few weeks This rugged old man also says that he is getting his wife who has ben seriously ill for some time Into his way of thinking She has been suffer ing from a complaint which the doc tors told her would soon necessitate an operation Brandewledo was so cheer ful during his own illness that his eeventyfourycarold wife began to partake of his spirit and now she is fast recovering ho says For eighteen years Brandewiede has been clerk of the city court of Alton So popular Is ho with both political parties because of his good humor and wit as a raconteur that within the past few years no one has been named op thd opposition ticket During the seven months in which he was regain- Ing his health by his laugh cure his duties at the city court were performed by Deputy Clerk S F Conor Mr Brandewledo cured himself of paraly sis by spending his time on his sick bed telling funny stories and laughing as heartily as if he were sitting over a bumper of wine There has been widespread curiosity In Alton to know these laugh cure tales All day recently Brandewledo was buttonholed by acquaintances who wanted to hear klm relato the stories which warded off the hand of death Chronic sufferers who know the jolly old official were especially solicitous to have him use the bcneJcent Influence of his Joviality on them Ho was kept busy narrating mirthful tales from his seemingly unlimited fund and it Is said that perambulating Invalids with whom he conversed went away laugh- Ing as lustily as he and determined to take up his cure Of course this witty old veteran who has all the vim and fire of a robust man ot forty has his favorite contes drolatiques One of them in which be takes particular delight though It has a tinge of the grewsomo Is this Some twenty years ago I was about to alight from a street car when an Intoxicated mad placed his hand on my shoulder and informed me that he wished to talk with me a moment- I told him It bo wanted to talk tome ho would have to get off at that corner This seemed to Irritate him for ho hurled me from the car My right foot went under the wheels and two toes were mashed I went home removed the shoe mid threw the toes out of the window Soon I saw two of my chickens suddenly pounce upon what a few moments ago were such a valuable part of my anatomy and gobble them up Ill get oven with both of you for that I said to myself The next day I caught them chopped off their heads and ate them at the evening meal Queen Alexandras Union Jack Tho queen of England who visited the antarctic expedition ship Nimrod with the king presented Lieutenant Shackleton the commander with a signed photograph of herself and a small silk union Jack with the follow ing message says the London Standard May this union Jack which I Intrust to your keeping lead you safely to the south pole Pearl Hunters Valuable Find i William Tyler of Knoxvllle Tenn a professional poarl hunter recently found says the New York World a pearl valued at 1000 In the Clinch ldyer b d be OPENING GUN OF THE CAMPAIGN In anaunm to Ute great aarnmngi accruing to the patients by reason o the many reforms already Inaugurated the board has already demonstrated that through this Democratic measure many thousands of dollars can be saved annually to the state Thirty two thousand dollars has already beer saved to the commonwealth and It Is my deliberate judgment that the board of control will save enough to make such Improvements as will be needed In the future without calling Upon the legislature for further assistance In the cost of conveying patients to the asylums from April i 1906 when the board took charge of these InsU tutlona to July 1 1907 13243 was saved to the state and counties or more than enough to pay the cost of maintaining the board If elected governor the charitable Institutions shall at all times have my most serious thought and careful consideration I shall be found urging and insisting always upon the promo tion of every conceivable and possible reform that may result in placing these Institutions upon a higher plane The unfortunate inmates of these asylums should receive not only the tenderest care but be attended by those trained to the ministration ol their needs and to an understanding of their malady Mr Wlllson a Dodger on Temperance Passing to a subject that is forcing Itself upon the attention of everybody and like Banquos ghost will not down I want to say that there is a wide spread and growing sentiment in this country that the abuses of the liquor traffic though long indulged should be speedily and effectively corrected and the sale of liquor properly and efficiently regulated I noticed an open letter addressed to my opponent Mr Willson the day before he opened his campaign by The Mason Indepen dent a temperance paper of Maysvlllo which is as follows Please do not attempt to dismiss the Important part of your platform the ninth plank with a few meaningless or colotles3 sentences The temperance people of Mason county your home county are not a few In numbers Not a few I theseIany man any party who is not sound on the great ques tion now stirring the state as never before in her history Speak plainly on the temperance question please Your party has been publicly charged with making this campaign with a glass of whisky in one hand and a glass of water in the other and that the temperance plank in your plat form is to catch the temperance suck ers You may not be too plain on this point and make such reply to your accusers as will strengthen your friends and win those who are not fully persuaded I was particularly struck with the clear and lucid re sponse of my distinguished opponent listen to his reply He the editor wants me t know that he expects that will answe his questions printed in black and white in the Independent without any evasion or flippancy If I expect to have the votes of Mason county Brother Purdon makes me think of a boy who lived next door to me who broke a bottle in the path where I passed barefoot and it looks to me as If he did this purposely for mo to get broken glass in my bare foot when I came back on this pll tenderIcote he cannot support Mr Willson who has repudiated his own platform and declared in favor of the precinct as a unit The Dodging Periodof A woman Mfc 1Sa the name often given to daMp of Ufo Your menses COB at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes such pain and suffering which can however be cured by taking or OFCARDUI Woman Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nerv ousness irritability m1serabfene fainting dizziness hot and coki flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life Try It You can get It at all druggists in St 00 bottles EVERYTHINa BUT DEATH t uff redwiH nVlrtnU Robsonof Eut MMd unto I teak Cardul which cured me so quickly It svprlted my doctor who Udatlneirl utaking It Democratic Candidate Makes Position Clear I have never been fanatical or un reasonable hut have had my Indepen dent views without disparaging any other whose views upon any question might differ torn my own My sym pathles have always been with the cause of temperance and I have always been in favor of such reasonable and feasible legislation as might be demanded by the sentiment of my state I am in hearty accord and sym pathy with the best and most feasible temperance thought and heartily In- dorse any rational movement or law that tends to the moral upbulldin and uplifting of the state- I Indorso without reserve the action of the last Democratic general assem bly In passing the County Unit Law which law 1 believe to be In harmony with the principles of my party and to be thoroughly Democratic it should be extended so as to apply to all counties I am in favor of all reas onable proper and feasible leglsla tlon on the temperance question and any and all such laws would have my earnest and honest support and ap provalRemember the Sabbath Day If we would have our proud com monwealth occupy the enviable posl tlon before the world that she should occupy her laws must be enforced without tear or favor without preju dice or partiality while the criminal and penal laws of the state should be rigidly enforced those relating to the proper observance of the Sabbath should be as strictly enforced When the Lord thundered from Sinai the command Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy He was clot speaking alone to the generation then living but his command was to live I throughoutImltted or by whomsoever committed I have no sympathy No assassin or alder and abettor of an assassin need expect Immunity from me no matter what may be his station In life whether high or low rich or poor politically great and powerful or the most ob scure citizen In the land It convicted on such a charge by twelve good men and true he must expiate his crime to the full measure of the Jurys ver dietThe people of Kentucky would like to know what Mr Wlllson would do with an application for the pardon o a convicted assassin or the alder and abettor of an assassin if he should become governor- It is to be presumed that the Intelligent and patriotic citizens of th state are Interested In good government and will use their Influence i- an li effort to secure It The Republlcai party has had an opportunity to show to the people of Kentucky the charac ter of an administration that mightt reasonably be expected of It should i n again be entrusted with power li order that the voters may decide fair ly and vote Intelligently let us revie- a little history that Is so recent that all may remember You will recall that In 1895 the Republican slogan was turn the rascals out and give us a look at the books and we will disclose such mismanagement of the states affairs as will appall the most Incredulous The people voted to give them a look For four years they looked and the people waited long for that report which was to make bare the shortcomings of the Demo cratlc party about which they had been carping for years but like the letter that was looked for the report never came What Look at Books Showed Now let us see what the Republl cans found when they got a look at the books They found that the states affairs had been honestly and econom ically conducted and every dollar paid into the treasury had been strictly accounted for The first acts of the Republicans were the issuance of 500000 In bonds and an Increase In the tax rate 10 cents The bonds sold for a premium of 39071 and the 10 cents extra tax produced during their incumbency 1 200000 making a total of bond sale and increased tax of 1739071 With this additional large sum provided for them by legislative enactment they managed tho states affairs so poorly that when the Democrats came into possession of the offices in June 1900 there was a bonded debt of 1000000 hanging over the state about 400 000 of unaudited and unpaidclaims and a defldlt In the school fund ol 147000 making a total of 1547000 for which the state was liable and only 363334 in the treasury to pay it with Since then under the wise policy pursued by the Democrats this large debt has been paid and 2146521 ap propriated and expended on our char itable and penal institutions and other most worthy causes and all this with a tax rate of 284 cents less than the Republicans had Among these appropriations that have been paid are the State Capital 800000 Asylums 380153 State College and Normal Schools 228500 Penitentiaries 166615 Confederate Home 195320 Childrens Home Society 55000 Is there one among these appropriations that Mr Willson and his associates do not approve My colored brother 55000 has been appropriated and paid to tho normal and Industrial school at Frankfort a school established for your race Now will Mr Willson tell you of any thing his party has done for you or anybody except for the chosen few commonly designated as Pie Hunters Property Values In Kentucky Increase Our opponents say that we have been irjanipn iexttavfigant ajjiecjfc lessly waskterm or tIre peoples money that in order to meet the growing demand for more revenue instead of increasing the tax rate we have through the state board of equallza tion Increased the value of the taxa ble property My friends the Increase In property values in Kentucky since 1900 when the Democrats came Into power has been remarkable but nat uralFrom 1900og 1904 the property values in Kentucky Increased from 1365130718 to 1527486230 as shown by a compilation of such values recently gathered and published by the Manufactures Record of Baltimore Estimates of conservative statisticians Indicate that a gain of 20 per cent has been made since then or that property values in Kentucky today are over 1800000000 and that of all states in the South Texas alone on account of Its large area stands ahead of our own state The safety and security felt by those investing in the state under Democratic administration is shown by the large increase in organized cap ital During the four years of Brad leys administration 38588340 was Incorporatedunder our laws to do businessFrom January 1 1904 to June 30 1901 three years and a halt of the present administration 19719583 was incorporated under the laws ot Kentucky And yet with all this splen did showing of increased property values the total equalized value ol all property assessed for taxation In Kentucky is 678041918 or slightly In advance of onethird of the actual valueMy fellow citizens since I have been at the head of the fiscal department of the state I have collected and turned Into the state treasury 3427 296 more than the Republicans did and the tax rate as before stated was 2 per cent less than theirs This additional revenue has flowed into the treasury through the enforcement of the revenue laws without undue oppression of any interest but with the purpose of equitably distributing the tax burden always in view The board of valuation and assessment of which I am chairman has materially Increased the assessment of corporate franchises and it has been done with such absolute justice and fairness that no complaint has offRepublican rule the corporations paid upon their franchises taxes amount Ing to 613097 Since I have been auditor the franchise tax collected moreethan the Republicans required the lengthnof time How Revenue Has Been Expended Having told you how much more money the present Democratic admin istration has turned into the treasury than was collected by the Republican towI know what was done with that ex cess I will tell you Thats easy Since I have been auditor the schools of the commonwealth have been paid 1781678 more than they received during the four years of Re publican rule We have paid In ap propriations 1959612 more than the Republicans did for criminal prose cutions 99567 more than they for Idiots 85225 more and to the jury fund 92118 in excess of the amount paid by the Republicans These five Items alone making a total of 4018 201 or 590905 more than the excess of our collections showing that in this advanced age of growth and develop ment witn increased obligations that naturally force themselves upon a state proud and prosperous like ours the actual cost of running the government under the present administra tion has been less than it was under the Bradley administration eight years agoWhen 1 turn over to my successor the office of auditor a financial condi tion of the state will be shown of which any state in this Union would be pleased to boast On the first of January next after having completed the capitol and paid for it and met every obligation of the state you will have in your treasury the neat and comfortable sum of 1250000 Will Recommend Reduction of Tax Rate After four years experience as the head of the financial department of the state I confidentially assert that the tax rate of 50 cents though not Itself excessive can and ought to be reduced and If elected governor I will In my message to the legislature rec ommend that it be reduced to 40 cents the lowest tax rate ever experienced since the adoption of the present con stitutionWhat has the new and selfish man agement of the Democratic party done for the people of Kentucky asks Dr Willson I will tell you It has relieved them of a bonded indebtedness of 1000000 which was Inherited from a Republican administration it has reduced the tax rate it has en larged and Improved tho penal and charitable institutions increased the school term from five to six months it has increased tho per capita to 340 this year which will provide a school fund of 2600000 the largest amount and greatest per capita that has been paid by any administration since Ken tucky was admitted Into the Union as a free and independent state It is the largest amount provided for the support of the common schools by any state in the Union save and except New York New Jersey Pennsyl vania and California It has appropriated 1250000 for a new stato cap- Itol whose majestic gray walls and towering dome may now be seen ris ing in templed grandeur from an elevation overlooking the graceful wind Ings pj thja claBsJqJBCntuoky riier Y and The quaint tfnr capital city wnenra Its sunkissed dome will top a monu ment to the gredtness of our state Eight hundred thousand dollars ot this amount has already been paid and every remaining dollar will be paid without one cent Increase of the tax rate or the creation of a debt to be met in the future No other state In this Union has ever erected a cap Itol out of the current funds of the state without Increasing the tax rate 1 If at all It has established two normal schools with an annual appropriation of 20000 to each It has appropri ated 15000 annually to the state college It has appropriated annually 15000 to the Childrens Home Society a society whose splendid and ben eficent work can be attested in every county in this commonwealtha soci a ety that takes from the alleys and streets of your cities and from the bf wqys of the country the waifs who are left without parents and without protection and places them in congenial ti homes with wholesome our roundings where they can grow up Into useful and honorable manhood Instead of being permitted to drift with the flotsam upon the great and uncertain sea of life to a destiny perhaps dishonorable if not to a felons doom It has provided a home at a cost of 195000 for the Confederate sol diers who have been overtaken by sickness or misfortune a home where the hero of the lost cause who had the courage and the manhood to take up arms in defense of the principles e conceived to be right may spend Us remaining days in peace quiet tad comfort It has done more for the farmers of the state than any previous ad ministration Farmers institutes with noted experts as lecturers are provided for every county in the state An annual state fair is held An act has been passed authorizing the farmers to pool their crops of tobac co in order that they may be better protected against the trusts Hager Nails a Republican Lie f- At the opening of the Republican y campaign at Maysvllle there was ex 5 hibited by those who participated in that public function a most remarka i able Ignorance of existing conditions and the law or the Ninth commandment was recklessly disregarded I shall place the more charitable con itructlon upon It and adopt the for mer conclusion It was there stated that the present administration had stolen 5 cents from the sinking fund By doing this they were able to have more for the general expenditure fund Now the facts are that the legislature of 1904 reduced the sink- Ing it fund train 5 cents to 2 cents because the bonds of the state had been paid and 2 cents was sufficient to pay the Interest on the school bonds a perpetual obligation of the state The S 3 cents taken from the sinking fund was added to the school fund as was an additional 114 cents which was 4 taken from the general expenditure fund If any one will take the pains to refer to Chapter 18 of the Acts ot 1904 he can verify this statement and I am confident that he will conclude that the legislature exercised much wisdom In augmenting the school fund and Increasing the facilities for en lightening the Ignorant for recent i events certainly demonstrate that r there are those abroad in the land who could very profitably take a few draughts from the Pierian Spring My distinguished opponent is quoted as having said that I promised the Rev M B Adams president of the AntiSaloon League that if the Democrats held a convention he Presl dent Adams could write the temperance plank In the Democratic plat form For the truth or falsity of that statement fellow citizens I refer you to Doctor AdamsiMr Willson says there ought to be l a change in the administration that he ought to be elected Why he does not tell you for certain The strong est argument In his favor probably is the magnificently courageous stands he took in favor of Johnny cakes and buttermilk He does not think I ought to be a candidate bar cause bon a candidate throe 1 before I thinkoughtas uponme t judge of my county as state treasurer and then as auditor and am now the Democratic nominee for governor and through the process of rotation four years hence I will be a candidate for i the United States senatorship rWill Not Again Be a Candidate Fellow citizens I am profoundly grateful to the people of Kentucky for the great honors that have come to me through their generous bestowal of confidence and trust and whether or not I am still further honored by their continued confidence by being elevated to the chief magistracy of my state I say most positively I will not be a candidate for the United States senate or any other office with in the gift of the people of Kentucky the noblest and proudest constituen cy that any man in the civilized world ever served Mr Willson has boon a candfdate for twentyfive years and tho nominee of his party for state senator once and for congress four times but with much regularity and great precision and perfect ease he has each time been defeated All this however should not militate against him now for he is not a candidate but a mis sionary I understand he feels that he has been called but you have all doubtless read that many are called but few are chosefl Continued on Eighth Page + 44- r IaT i w iyrJr frrIw rTUn COUNTY hAIR I A GREAT EVENT Best rockaway mare any age Steffy R Qlasscock 10 Best rockaway mare or gelding owned in Breckenricge county C V Robertson 1- 5swecpstakesCombined Horses Best combined horse mare or gelding owned iin Breckenridge county C V Robertson 15 Saddle and Harness Horses Best saddle and harness horse mare or gelding any age to be ridden and driven in ring Steffy Glasscock 15 Pair Roadsters Special by Vic Robert son Dealer in Horses and Mules Best pair of roadsters mares or gel dings Stone Steffy 25 Fancy Turnout Double or Single Best and handsomest single or double turnout Beard Bros 15 Walk Trot Horses Best walk trot horse mare or gelding Steffy Glasscock 15 Roadster Ring OneHalf Mile Best roadster mare or gelding owned in Breckonridgc county Beard Bros 125 Running Race- Horses to be owned by Breckenridge county men onehalf mile heat R E Moorman J20 Fair Notes Only one lone cake was on exhibi tionMrs Margaret May got a blue ribbon on wineThere were visitors to the fair from all parts of the county The Fair was the place to howdy do to long unseen friends Geo Lyddan got first premium on wheat and Herbert Beard second W R Moorman Son sold several Poland Chinas at very satisfactory pricesMrs Lon Roberts Bottton received more premiums than any other compe titor in Floral Hall Hannah Beard is certainly a graceful rider It was she that took the premium in the girls ring Sporting Boy is a dandy He is owned by the Beard Bros His pre miums went high up in the dollars MOTHERHOODTho mother is good health and the experience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation as a woman who is in good physical condition transmits to her children the blessings of a good L constitutionPreparation for healthy mater nity Is accomplished by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which is made from native roots and herbs more successfully than by any other medicine because it gives tone and strength to the entire feminine organism curing displacements ulceration and inflammation and the WiNCHEstER Shotgun ShellsL- eaderandRepeaterand Repeating Shotguns make a killing combina tion for flsld owl or trapshooting No smokeless powder shells enjoy such a reputation for uniform- Ity of loading and strong hooting qualities as Leader and Repeater brands do and nq shotgun made shoots harder or better than the Winchester THKYAftK MADE FOR BACH OTHIH Beard Bros made handsome sales on two of their fair horses One brought two hundred and the other three bun drcd Morris Beard said that Vic Robertson was more responsible than any other member of the company for the success of the Fair Miss Lena McGary will exhibit several of her premium handanger embroidery at the State Fair in Louisville Her pieces were beautiful Mr Allen of Warren County was udge of the horses throughout the Fair le gave general satisfaction and caused many smiles and heart aches Robert Glasscock of Elizabethtown ovns another dandy horse that gives its owner much pride Mr Glasscock ook in several premiums through its merits George Lyddan of Webster sold six result Is loss suffering and more children healthy at birth For more than thirty years Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound has been the standby of American mothers in preparing for childbirth NotoivhatMrs JamesChesterof427 W 35th St New York says in thi- sletterDcar Mrs PinkhamI wish every expectant motherknew about Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound A neighbor who had learned tryItI recovered quickly and am in the best of heath now Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is certainly a successful remedy for the peculiar weaknesses and ailments of women It has cured almost every form of Female Complaints Dragging Sensa tions Weak Back Falling and Displacements Inflammation Ulcera tions and Organic Diseases of Women and is invaluable in preparing for Childbirth and during the Change of Life Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mess Her advice is free vv cows and heifers at a fancy price to be shipped to South America The pur chase was made through Gillner Bros of EminenceThe Turnout Double or Single ring was won by Mr Arthur Beard with Miss Nancy KincheloeTh indeed made a handsome show and deservedly deserved the blue ribbon The trained horse of Hawesvill owned by Gus Moredock colored wns exhibited by Gus just after the Fair closed Thursday afternoon Gus is de scrvcdlv proud of the animal and had great patience in the training of it There were only two coops of turkeys on exhibition That should not have been To our certain knowledge we know of farmer ladies that have many fowls worthy of exhibition and they need not have been afraid of competition Mr and Mrs Morris Beard were host and hostess to a houseparty at their home in Hardinsburg during the Fai Their guests included Mr and Mr ChasSkillman and daughterEltzabct Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill man of Cloverport MiSs Jennie Green Preston and Willis Green of Falls of Rough and Miss Anna Eliza Robertson of Elizabethtown BRECKENRIDGEASSOCIATIOP A Fine Meeting at Black Lick Church 600 Raised for Missions The Rev James J Lewispastorof the Baptist church of this city teturned Sat urday from a two weeks vacation which he spent visiting at different places 1iin the county Rev Lewis attended the Breckenridga Baptist Association that met at the Black Lick church August 28 and 29- Speaking of the meeting Brother Lewi aid it was one of the best the Association has ever had and he gave the following report The attendence was large and abou ourteen churches were represented by messengers and their ministers- M P Compton of Garfield was mod ratorJ Herndon of Irvington was clerk they were both unanimously elected foi the ensuing year Among those who made addresses before the association were Rev Evarts English of Hardinsburg Rev A N ouch of Fordsville and Bro Rogers pastor of the Black Lick church One of the best works accomplished at the Association was raising the amount ofr 600 for foreign missions Rev Lewis was highly pleased with the good reports given in by the committees The Association will have this year the best minutes that have ever been issued and will be of unusal interest to every Baptist in Breckenridgecounty- The Association earnestly desires that the churches read and give special at tent ion to the minutes as soon as they are printed The next maeting will be hold next year with the Harned Baptist church of which the Rev Evarts English is pastor The people of Glendean royally entertained the Association6oth days elegant dinners were served on the church rounds and the Glendeane homes were opened to the guests at night and all hours of the day Besides being a grand meeting soc- Ially it was one rich with spiritual and religious blessing Miss Anna Hinton of Louisville was here last week WOMEN TALK TO WOME IAbout Peruna J MRS McGOUCII Depressed FeeltaJ Mrs M McGongh 210 W 53rd street New York N Y writes I gladly add my mite of pratio to Parana for what it has done for me Two years ago a depressed feeling took hold of me My back and sides ached continually My stomach got out of order so that at times Icould not hold a glass of cold water 1 didnt like to eat afraid that my stomach would get sick 1 have been using Peruna for the three past months and now 1 feel as well as I ever did My stomach Is as strong as ever and my nervous troubles have disappeared 1 keep recommending Pernna to my friends who are troubled as Iwas and I have boon thanked for doing so Mooers Injections better Wasan The testimonials represent experience everyday utterances women have and have found reliable remedy who have capable performing Nervousness backache dyspepsia melancholy bearing down All and other symptoms At least this is what women say They no saying except testimony their suffering The reading testimonials cases other remedies tried consulted and Peruna came to their rescue and them is making every testimony people made justly Suffered Thirteen Years Mrs Anna Munden Hollygrove Ark writesI female years- I saw an advertisement of your Peruna and bought bottle and be fore had it get out of bed and walk taking bottles was as well and hearty as over and gained in flesh would not be without It Mrs Marries Cannelton Editor Charles T postmaster of and editor and publisher of theCannelton Enquirer and Mrs Lull Gregory Barnes of Muscatine Iowa were married at 11 oclqck M last Monday in the of the Hotel in LouisvilleCannneltor Telephone Do you an in treating Nasal Catarrh Then you will appreciate Elys Cream the quickest remedy for this disease In curative properties it is identical with the solid Cream which is so so in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is in the first das of upon the heated passages All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Y Mrs A Y Ford of and Hubbert Ringgold of Knoxville Tenn were the guests of last MRS f MOOERS Mrs Wild R FoD 1 J Lenta Ore member Order of Wash i ington writes For the past years I was a j woman suffering i troubles to my sex causing j severe and bearing down pains and leaving me so weak I weary that it was only with difficulty that I was able to attend to j my household duties I used differ j ent remedies and but found no relief until P had tried Pernna two weeks there j was a complete change for the and In less than three months I i was a well and happy woman and i the praise Is duo to Peruna j actual life They the t- It been the women hand remedy pains by have sisters these made well thirteen could Lula Miller Willard mildest surest relief Warren Mrs Within v and Mrs Mary E Sampson Londonderry NH writes I had terrible headaches both ears and I was nervous time oed In ear thirty took bottlesof Peruna of Manalin and am happy to say that is that I over of I am not so my appetite is good every 1 agrees with and am feeling bettor CHENAULT G B Cunninghan last weekrMiss Ada McConnell Cunningham who spent the summer with friends and left her York Dave Walls a prominent young man of Hardinsburg school here Monday with a large attendance Mrs Manning and Mary spent last Thursday at Mooleyville the guests of Miss Elder Mrs C Brodie the funeral of her Uncle at Rome Ind last E B Frymire the dance at Mooleyville Friday- S H Bosley from burg with his Sam took first premiums Trial treatments being mailed out free on Snoop Raoine Wis These tests to the peoplewithout a the great value of this scientific prescription known to drngg fists everywhere as DrShoopa Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dealers NELSON Sp Headache and BackMhe ns Mrs Tressle Nelson 609 N 5th Ate lolr Nashville Tenn writes 1 Pernna has done me a world ot good I feel In duty bound to tell oW in hopes that it may moot the e8IgfTadid blForwhat a perfeotly well day awed if I did not have headache had backache or a pain somewhere and really lIfo not worth tho effort 1 made to keep 1 goingmtClPerunaand very to say that six ye bottles made m new woman and Ihave no more pains and life looks th bright again m 1 above of are truthful of ho who ill a in Peruna deal of America at a of such H means a great headache these hot of 1 cures are relieved Peruna the object in Eo such things to render truthful 81 reader will note by that most were doctors againgfinallywere Peruna such cures day is the of the that has Peruna so famous with troubles for one I taken all I about After three I Barnes Mr Cannelton quietly A parlors use atomizer Liquid Balm all Balm famous and succesful spray sensitive air St N Louisville relatives week four wretched with peculiar backache and 1 aU Headache Deafness run all tho was one for years six ana ono Jt tiro best medicine hoard nervous thing eat me in every way was in IrvingtonI relatives Friday for home in New opened J daughter Jennie J attended Friday Mr attended returned Hardins all ho rses as Catarrh are request by Dr proving pennys cost MRS As ad thi beiwas I 1m I am pleased ot ma ch to a to in It I I I are A Severe Cold Miss Mario Calvin 927 Main street br Cincinnati Ohio writes in I caught cold coming home from U an evening party and as I did not pay h particular attention to it I quickly became worse and found myself in afserious condition- I a took Poruna and it brought me li mediate relief Within a week I was cured and now whenever I feel badly Peruna will sot things rightf1 I Leaguers Entertained Misses Lula Severs and Grace Plank members of the Epworth League social committee delightfully entertained Thursday night The entertainment was given at the hospitable home of Mr and Mr D H Severs in honor of the Leaguers who are to attend differ ent colleges this fall A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has I helped me and fully comes np to therproprietors recommendation flIt saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies pat together Usedras a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisio stops hemorrhages of the longs and builds them up Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50o Mr and Mrs Ed Harris went W Louisville MondayI a I a MassConventionoftheRepublican Part 11 Of Breckenridge County Ky Will be Held at theti IICourt House in Hardinsburg on Saturday September 21 at 1 im I For the Purpose of Nominating a Candidate for Representative t- I ff- to be voted for at the November Election 1907 I iCA11 Republicans Independent Voters and all qthers who want a change in State Affairs are cordially invited to nlW 11 I attendand participate in the Convention C We want the fullest and freest expression of the people in the selection r fri of the candidate for Representative C This will be the Biggest Convention ever eldIn the County V 11 r i I By Order of the County Committee of the Republican Party k f ili