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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 8 Pate NO IQ I I i 1 i TAR SPRINGS A- WEODING GIFT Mrs Lillian C Parker Marries an ArtistFrom Denmark Nemesius Nielsen and Mrs Lillian C Parker were united in marriage- in Louisville Thursday The cere mony was quietly solemnized ina private parlor at the Galt House at 930 oclock Saturday Mr and Mrs Niel sen came here from Louisville and went immediately to the summer resort Tar Springs which was given to the bride as a wedding present from her father Mr W T Halliday JArs Nielsen is a delightful woman iiJl has made a number of friends in this city since she has been living at Tar Springs She is largely responsi ble for the church and Sundayschool being organized at the resort and she has a beautiful influence in her social and church circles Mr Nielsen is formerly from Den mark but has been making his home in Chicago where he met his bride two years ago He is an artist and has had charge of the decorating of Macauleys theater in Louisville this past sum merMr and Mrs Nielsen will make their home at the springs and spend part of the coming winter at the Cloverport Hotel DeWitts Little Early Risers are good for any one who needs a pill They are s mall sale sure little pills that do n gripe or sicken Sold by all druggists Little Folks Entertained Forrest Dryden Weatherholt cele brated his sixth birthday by entertain ing his little friends He received a umber of nice remembrances from hose present who were James Skill nan Lewis Miller J T Lewis Louise Les Lillian Miller Raphal Lewis sabelle Burns Mary Christina amman Henry May and Cecil immons Bernice and Lela Tucker artha Emily and Eleanor Reid Lily Reid Louise Weatherholt Mona tnd Vera Moorman Cletus and Earl Vilson Michal McCracken W W and lara May Seaton Rosa and Zelma ippel Mary Pate Mildred Stith Lillian olk and Andrew Nevitt Mrs Fry mire Entertains Frymire Sept 16Mrs Dr Fry ire was hostess to an afternoon party aturday The affair was given in com iliment to her daughter Miss Vanda ho left Tuesday for college The ests included Misses A Bell and uth Grant and Lizzie B Head of odiburg Mr and Mrs J E Mercer ill Avitt Misses Sallie Avitt Velina runes Blanche Hall Raymond Mr nd Mrs H L Bruner Misses Caroline id Lena Brashear and Katie Barr essrs Lambert Vessels Herbert eorge and Lonnie Barr Rhodelia nd Dugan Severs and Stanford Bra ear All report a delightful evening Returns to the Golden State Mr and Mrs Claude Grant and baby ubey Keys who have been spending ie T summer with their parents r and Mrs C C Grant at Lodiburg ft the 9th for their home at Knob alifornia They were accompanied once by Walter H West of Lodiburg ndC B Mays of Webster The oung men have positions there and ae News wishes them much success f f Stork Brings Three Girls The stork was very liberal tn Clover port Saturday night having visited hree homes and leaving in each one a weet baby girl The happy parents re Mr and Mrs Jess Bohler Mr Lid Mrs Peyton Scott and Mr and Irs Chas Waggoner iss Eula Hensley Tb Study Another Year The Breckenridge Baptist Association is raised 200 to pay tuition in the I Omans Training School at Louisville C Miss Eula Hensley of Hardinsburg 10 is studying to go as a Missionary China prevements onWest End Residence 1 fA southern porch is being built to the jfidejkce of Mr and Mrs Thomas pHpieyMn the West End The porch If extend around the front of the wand will add greatly to the I itthe placeY HOME WEDDING I THIS AFTERNOON Miss Yerna Ryan to Marry Mr Frank SandersPopular Young People This afternoon at 230 oclock Miss Verna Ryan will become the bride of Mr Frank Sanders the wedding taking place at the brides home at Tobins port Ind There will be present mem bers of the immediate families and a few friends of the contracting parties After the ceremony the bridal couple will leave for Cincinnati and from there will go to several other places of in terest Miss Ryan is the daughter of Mr Kirt Ryan and isa beautiful young girl She is very popular and has many ardent admirers here and elsewhere Mr Sanders is the son of N B San ders of New Albany and is a promi nent school teacher of Indiana Mr Sanders is a nephew of Mr Robt Polk and Miss Ryan has relatives in this city- Slander Retracted by Rev Hunt liTo the Public It is because I wish to wrong no man that this statement is made On two occasions recently in addressing myself to the temperance question I have given publicly the report that the liquor interests ot Kentucky were willing to put up a campaign fund of 100000 in order to secure the election of A E Willson the Republican can didate for Governor My words as to this league between Mr Willson and theliquor interests were made upon what appeared to be high authority Since making the remarks above referred to I have been thoroughly convinced that the story has no foundation in fact and so I not only withdraw my words but express my pro found regret that I should have been led by what I thought good authority to the giving of currency to a false story M P HUNT Misses May Return Home Misses Eva and Eliza May returned home Sunday night from a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs Walter May Jr at Detroit Mich Besides visiting Detroit they went with Mr and Mrs May to Canada Niagara Falls New York Jamestown and Washington D C Miss Eva May has since won the third prize in the Herald contest which was a trip including all the points she made on her visit Instead of repeat ing the trip Miss May has decided to take the prize in money She receivea the greatest number of votes in the Nineteenth district Killed By a Train Information has baen received here that Bryorney Roberts was killed by train No 114 on the L H St L railway Monday afternoon near Falcon Roberts had fallen asleep on the track and the approaching train did not awaken him The curve of the road bed was so great that it was impossible for the engineer to have seen the body lying on the track His body was taken to Hawesville where arrangements were made for the funeral Roberts formerly lived at Dukes and was a farmer but recently moved to Lewisport He was fortyfive years of age and left a wife and four children Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensi tive membranes that line the airpass ages It is made to cure the disease not to tool the patient by a short de ceptive relief There is no cocaine nor mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it Price SOc Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Good Service pavehadLouisville newspapers and the Brecken ridge News They are giving splendid service and prompt attention will be given to new subscribers to the Breck enridge News The Times Post and CourierJournal Mr Kramer Will Build Phil Kramer has recently bought ten acres of the LaHeist land on the hill and will begin to build a sixroom res idence at an early date Two of a Kind JOE FITCH J C CARICO Just this past week Mr F Ferry asked Mr Joe Fitch why he did not notice him when he spoke coming home on the train from Louisville two weeks ago Fri day night Mr Fitch replied that he had not been on a train before that time for several days and he was speaking not to him but to his double J 0 Carico Oc currences like this are experienced most frequently by both Mr Fitch and Mr Carico They resemble each other so greatly that even their best friends are many times completely fooled as was Mr Ferry The two men are not related and met only two years ago Mr Carico is con nected with the Standard Oil Co with headquarters at Owensboro and travels in this and surrounding counties where Mr Fitch has many relatives and friends Mr Fitch is foreman of the wood shop of the Henderson Route here and is serving his second term as city councilman for Cloverport There is only a years differ ence in their ages Mr Fitch being thirtyseven years of age and Mr Carico istp year younger They are both married and have families THOUGHT HE WAS GETTING NEAR I HIS DAUGHTER Mr Ulrich Farber Struck By Train And Died Within A Few Minutes Wednesday morning about 930 Ulrich Farber one of Cloverports old est citizens was struck by a L H St L passenger train No 112 near the Henderson Route Shops and only drew one or two breaths before he died The accident though a great shock to his family and friends was not a surprise for they had feared death would come to him this way He seemed to have a mania for walking the railroad track which run on the street where he lived and his family many times in the last few months have tied the gates to keep him at home He often walked to the railroad shops because he thought he was getting nearer his daughter Mrs Russell Hawkins who lives in Seattle Washington- Mr Farbers body was put on the train immediately and taken to the depot and as soon as Coroner Lee Bishop arrived from Hardinsburg an inquest was held Mr Farber was eightythree years of age He was born in Bravaria Germany and sailed to this country when he was a young man After his arrival he lived in Louisville two or three years then came to Cloverport and in 1865 he was married to Miss Isabelle Ray who died two years ago Mr Farber was a tailor and worked constantly until the last three years He was a member of the Presbyterian churchbut he requested his funeral be held from the Baptist church and that the services be held by the Rev James Lewis who conducted his wifes funeral The arrangements were carried out at his wish and his funeral took place at 230 Thursday afternoon The remains were interred in the Clo verport cemetery The Cloverport Graded and High School of which Mr Farbers grand sons Louie and J P Ditzenbaugh are pupils was dismissed and the teachers and scholars attended the funeral ser vicesThe following children survive him John and Addison Farber Mrs Kate Ditzenbaugh with whom he made his borne and George Farber of Finley Mrs Russell Hawkins of Seattle Wash and WilfFarber who is in the United States Army Pain anywhere pain in the head painful periods Neuralgia toothache all pains can be promptly stopped by a thoroughly safe little Pint Candy Tabletknown by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Pain simply means congestion undue 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 trial package Large box 25 ets I Solby All Dealers I V DEATH RELIEVES i MRS LUCY BOARD Prominent Woman Passes Away at Her Home in Hardins burg Wednesday Hardinsburg Ky Sept 1TSpeci- alThedeathof Mrs Lucy A Board widow of the late Dr Henry C Board occurred at her home here last Wednesday afternoon She had been in ill health J for the past few years but had only been confined to her bed a few months The funeral services were held at the home by the Rev B A Brandon pas tor of the M E church South in the presence of sorrowing relatives and friends The pall bearers were H DeH Moorman Claude Mercer Ed Dillon Roy E Moorman T J Moore andJohn P Haswell Jr The interment was in the city cemetery Four children survive Mrs Board A J and Allen of this place Mrs Sam Henniger of West View and Mrs Gar rett of Alexis III Mrs Rebecca Mc Gary of this city and Mrs T B Hen derson of Webster are sisters of the deceasedMrs was a daughter of the late Mr Elijah Board and was widely con nected She was long u consistent mem bar of the M E church South and was loved and esteemed by a large circle of friends GOOD SALES And Satisfactory Prices For Tobacco t Many thousands of pounds of tobacco have been sold by Owensboro tobacco merchants during the past week some to local buyers and some to exporters Every independent buyer in the city has sold his leaf and lugs and it is under stood that the average price was ten cents Nothing went below nine cents Some sales of trash have bean made but yet not all of the Daviess county trash has been sold The American Tobacco Company comes in for a good share of tha sales made and it is understood that it secured a large amount of the purchases The merchants are not anxious to talk of the prices but it is evident that they were satisfactary Mr Frank Fmize has returned home from Louisville after a visit to Mr Frank Warfielj Brokers Under Suspicion Washington Aug 30 Following the recent raid of five brokerage offices and the arrest of their proprie tors on the charge of violating the antigambling laws Assistant United States District Attorney GIven has placed policemen In each of a number of other brokerage offices under sus pinion The policemen watch the transactions In the offices and note the names of visitors A secret serv ice officer and two detectives were detailed to make dally rounds of all sus peoted OmCBIIII BUSY WEEK AT HARDINSBURG Election Commissioners Meet Dr Kincheloe Met With An Accident Sunday County court next Monday Quarterly Court last Monday Gus Brown was in Louisville several days of last week Edgar Lewis of Bradfordsville was in town Monday Charles Butler of Buras was here Monday attending court W E Board is taking the assessment of this Magisterial district- S F Keys of Irvingtonwas in town I tripI Pile were Roy E Moorman went to Louisville Monday to attend the Fair John F Morton of Cloverport was in town Monday on a business trip S A Pate C E Haswell and L B Reeves went to Louisville Hunday C V Robertson has returned home from a stay at French Lick Springs- W F Hook has commenced the erec tion of a fine residence in the southend of townB MondaytoEdelewA number of Hardinsburg folks will go to Louisville to attend the State Fair Mr and Mrs Louis D Fox of Stephenipbrt are visiting Mr and Mrs W G Harwell Miss Battle Taylor of Custer whoI has been visiting friends here returned home last week Col and Mrs E L Robertson of Glendeane were visitors here several days of last week T J Hook left last week for a trip to New York Washington and the Jamestown Exposition Dawson Hook of Louisville who has been visiting his mother Mrs Annie C Hook reiuned home last week M D Beard and George Evans were in Louisville last week purchasing a line of goods for B F Beard Co The Rev Isaiah Cline will leave next Tuesday for Louisville where he will attend the conference of his church- A Mass convention of the Republican party will meet here Saturday for the purpose of nominating a candidate for RepresentativeDrs and J E Kinche loe operated successfully upon Tillmore Johnson of Custer for stangulated lernia one day last week The Rev B W Brandon preached the last yearSundllYattend conference Monday Tom Brown of Kirk was operated upon last Friday for appendicitils Dr John E Kincheloe performed the operation The patient is recovering Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard will leave this week for Blackstone Va where they will attend a prepara ory school to Randolph Macon college atLynchburgThe factory is now running to its full capacity The farmers are delivering fine tomatoes and are well pleased with the crop considering the weather condition William McGill and daughter Miss Corinne of Spring Lick who have been visiting Mr and Mrs John T Hoben and other relatives have re turned home Dr John E Kincheloe met with an accident Sunday which resulted in a broken rib and a bruised shoulder He was riding a young and unruly horse which ran against a tree The Board of Election Commissioners met here today and appointed the officers of election for the November election The board is composed of Jesse Whitworth W S Ball and Milt Miller Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard leave today for Louisville to attend the State Bankers Association They will also go to Atlantic City to the National Bankers meeting Before returning they will visit other eastern pointsDr EFDay left Monday for Fulton where tie will locate and practice his profession He built up a good practice while here and won the confidence and esteem of our citizens who wish him greater success in his new field of labor PERSONAL NOTES FROM IRVINGTON Public School OpensMany Vis itors to State Fair at Louisville Edwin Jolly spent several days last week at Tar Springs Mr W J Piggott spent Thursday in Louisville on business Mrs Sue Jolly left Monday for Louisville for a visit to Miss Lula NunnellyI Capt Williams of Evansville spent a few days last week with Mrs J K Bramlett Miss Ellen Munford left Saturday for an indefinite visit to the Misses Tyding of Louisville Go to McGlothlan Piggotts for your fence wire Just got a carload of new wire- Thurman Dowell shipped a car load of mixed stock to Louisville from this point last week Hubert Piggott will leave this week for Terra Haute after spending the summer at home Mrs Jack Coney and baby of Birm ingham Ala are visitors of Mrs Nora Board tor some time Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham of Chenaultare visitors of their daughter Mrs W B Gardner Misses Lillie and Eva McGiothan spent a few days in Louisville last week attending the Fair Mr and Mrs Henry Head of Gar field spent Saturday here the guests of Mr and Mrs Matt Payne Mrs Proctor Malin left for Hopkins ville last Friday after a week spent with her sister Mrs S P Parks Miss Alice Owsley of White Milk has returned after being the guest of Mr and Mrs G T Marshall Mrs Frank Peyton of Falls of Rough spent a few days last week visiting Mrs P E Dempster Mr and Mrs J T Claycomb and children have returned from a short visit to relatives in Ohio county Mrs Hawes and daughter Virginia of Owensboro are visiting Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes for several days Mr and Mrs Hollis Neafus have re turned to Louisville after spending two weeks here among relatives and friends Mrs Lydia A Jolly and two children Edwin and Claire left Tuesday for Louisville where they will sperm the winterMrs Charlie L Chamberlain has re turned from Tip Top after being the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs BrandenburgMiss left for her home at Leitchfield last Saturday after beingI the guest of Mrs Kate Bennett at Basin Springs Mrs Fidelia Galloway came home Saturday from Louisville where she had beeu the guest of her son Mr Ernest Galloway I Miss Wilda Drury left Monday for Louisville to attend the Fair and while there will be the guest of her sister Miss B Ada Drury Mrs H W Herndon and charming daughter Miss Wilda Herndon of Henderson spent a few days last week visiting Mr and Mrs TN McGlothan MrTom Thomas has sold his beautiful little cottage in the new edition of town to Mr Rice of Fordsville Con sideration 800 Mr Rice took possess ion at once and moved his family in The Public school opened last Monday morning with an excellent attend ance and a good prospect for a school Miss Annie Payne of Bewleyville will have charge of the principal room and Mr Massie of Harned will be the assistant teacher Notice Tax Payers- All City and School Taxes for the year 1907 ore due Pay now and avoid the penalty CHARLIE MAY City and School Tax Collector Office in rear room Cloverport Ban- kDraughons Chain of Thirty Colleges Prof Jno F Draughon president of Draughons chain of thirty colleges located in seventeen states Evansville Paducah St Louis etc recently pur chased the Spencerian Business Copege Washington D C one of the first business colleges established in the United States- Draughons Company is incorporated 300000 capital It recently paid 20 per cent dividend About eight thousand students attend Draughona Colleges annually t 4Y U i wy ftL v tiiy1 AI 7 Ir1 I tJ 11 t t j tr ro t l 15 tY F j Y r ff t t 1 j I t I I I j i I l 1 IIroI 1 I THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN A Story America lip My fix d Frtm tht Play fy ARTHUR HORNBLOfF COPYRIGHT 1906 BY C W DILLINCHAM COMPANY Is wrongtheglrVsnTrgc d1IJefferson started forward as if t resent theso Insults to the woman he loved but realising that it was hls own father he stopped short and hla hands fell powerless at life side Well is that alll inquired Ryde senior with a sneer Thats all replied Jefferson uIm going Qoodby Goodby answered his father indifferently Leave your address with your mother Jefferson left the room and Ryde senior as If exhausted by thevlolenc of his own outburst sank back llm in his chair The crisis be dreaded had come at list His son had openly defied his authority and was going toe marry the daughter of his enemy must do something to prevent It the marriage must not take place butwhaQ could he do The boy was of age an legally his own master He could do nothing to restrain bis actions units they put him in an Insane asylum He would rather see his eon there he mused than married to the Rossmon womanPresently there was a timid knock at the library door Ryder rose from his seat and went to see who was there To his surprise It was Miss GreenMay I come In asked Shirley Certainly by all means Sit down He drew up a chair for her and hU manner was so cordial that it was easy to see she was a welcome visitor Mr Ryder she began in a low tremulous voice I have come to see you on a very Important matter Ive been waiting to see you all evening and as I shall be here only a short time longer I want to ask you a great fa vor perhaps the greatest you were ever asked I want to ask you for mercyfor mercy to She stopped and glanced nervously at him but she saw he was paying no attention to what she was saying He was puffing heavily at his cigar entirely preoccupied with his own thoughts Her sudden silence aroused him He apologized- Oh iI excuse me I didnt quite catch what you were saying She said nothing wondering what had happened to render him so absent minded lie read the question In her face for turning toward her he ex claimedFor the first time In my life I am face to face with defeat defeat of the most Ignominious kind Incapacity In ability to regulate my own Internal af fairs I can rule a government but I cant manage my own family my own son Im a failure Tell me he add ed appealing to her why cant I rule iny own household why cant I govern my own child Why CAnt you govern yourself said Shirley quietly Ryder looked keenly at her for a moment without answering her question then an If prompter by a sudden inspiration he said You cnn help me but not by preach- Ing at me This Is the first time In my life I ever called on a living soul for help Im only accustomed to deal with men This tlrno theres a woman In the case and I need your womans wit How con I help your asked Shirley I dont know he answered with suppressed excitement uAs I told you I am up agaluat a blank wall I cant see my way He gave a nervous lit tle laugh and went on Im ashamed of myselfashamed Did you ever read tho fablo of the Lion and the Mouse Well I want you to gnaw with your sharp womans teeth at the cords which bind the son of John Bur kett Ryder to this Rosamore woman I want you to be the mouse to set me free of this disgraceful entanglement How asked Shirley calmly Ah thats just ithow he replied Cant you thinkyoure a woman you have youth beautybrains He stopped and eyed hor closely until she reddened from tho embarrassing scru tiny Then ho blurled out By George Marry him yourself force him to let go of this othor woman Why not Come what do you say This unexpected suggestion came upon Shirley with all the force of a violent shock She Immediately saw the falseness of her position This man was asking for her hand wfor his son under tho impression that she was an other woman It would bo dishonors ble of her to keep up the deception any longer She passed her hand over her face to conceal her confusion Youyou must glvo mo time to think she stammered Suppose I dont love your son I should want something Bonicthlng to compensate Something to compensate echoed Ryder surprised and a little discon ccrtedUWhy the boy will Inherit millions I dont know how many Nono not money rejoined Shir ley Money only compensates those who love money Its something els9 a mans honor n mans life It means nothing to you He gazed at her not understanding Full of his own project he had mind for nothing else Ignoring therefore the question of compensation what ever she might mean by that he con ilnued Ii You can win him If you make tip I I I your mind to A woman with your re otherowoman But It he loves Judge Rossmore1 daughter objected Shirley Its for you to make him forget her and you can replied the financier con OdenU1uM7 desire Is to separate him from this Rossmore woman at any cost You must help me His stern ness relaxed somewhat and his eyes rested on her kl dlTuDo you know I should be glad to think you wont have arminegopYou ask me to be your sons wife and you know nothing of my family said Shirley I know you That is sufficient he replied ShirleyQmore constancy more strength of character than you think and far more I principle than you have So much the greater the victory for you he answered good bumoredly Ah she said reproachfully you do not love your son I do love him replied Ryder warm ly Its because I love him that Im such a fool In this matter Dont you see that If he marries this girl It would separate us and I should lose him 1 I dont want to lose him If I welcomed her to my house it would make me the laughing stock of all my friends and business associates Come will you Join forces with me Shirley shook her head and was about to reply when the telephone bell rang Ryder took up the receiver and spoke to the butler downstairs Whos that Judge Stott Tell him Im too busy to see any one Whats that A mans life at stake Whats that to do with me Tell him On hearing Stotts name Shirley nearly betrayed herself She turned pale and half started up from her chair Something serious must have happened to bring her fathers legal adviser to the Ryder residence at such an hour She thought he was In Washington Could it be that the proceedings in the senate were ended and the result known She could hardly conceal her anxiety and Instinctively she placed her hand on Ryders arm No Mr Ryder do see Judge Stott You must see him I know who he is Your son has told me Judge Stott Is one of Judge Rossmores advisers See him You may find out something about the girl You may find out where she Is If Jefferson finds out you have refused to see her fathers friend at such a critical time It will only make him sympathize more deep ly with the Rossmorea and you know sympathy Is akin to love Thats what you want to avoid Isnt It Ryder still held the telephone hesi tating what to do What she said sounded like good sense Upon my word he said You may be right and yet Am I to help you or not demand ed ShlrleTuYou said you wanted a womans wit Yes said Ryder but still Then you had better see him she said emphatically Hyder turned to the telephone Hello Jorklns are you there Show Judge Stott up here He laid the re celver down and turned again to Shir ley Thats one thing I dont like about you he said I allow you to decide against me and then I agree with you She said nothing and ha went on looking at her admiringly I predict that youll bring that boy to your feet within a month I dont know why but I seem to feel that be is attracted to you already Thank heaven You havent a lot of troublesome relations I think you said you were almost alone In the world Dont look so serious he added laughing Jeff Is a tine fellow and believe me an excellent catch as the world goes Shirley raised her hand as If entreat- Ing him to desist Oh dont dont please My post tion Is so false You dont know how false It Isl she cried At that Instant the library door was thrown open and the butler appeared ushering In Stott Tho lawyer looked anxious and his disheveled appear once Indicated that he had come direct from the train Shirley scanned his taco narrowly in the hope that sho might read there what bad happened Ho walked right past her giving no sign of recognition and advanced direst toward Ryder who bad risen and remained standing at his desk Perhaps I bad better go ventured Shirley although tortured by anxiety- to hear the news from Washington- No said Ryder quickly Judge Stott will detain me but a very few moments The way to Ret rid of a cold whether it be a bad cold or just a little one Isi to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates and acts gently OH the bowels letto take Sold by all druggists Having delivered himself of this del kato hint he looked toward his visitor as If inviting him to come to the point aft rapidly as possible I must apologize for Intruding at this unseemly hour sir said Stotl but time is precious The senate meets tomorrow to vote If anything is to bo done for Judge Rossmore It must ibo done tonight u1 fall to see why you address yourself to me In this matter sir replied Ryder with asperity As Judge Rossmores friend and counsel answered Stott I am 1m pelted to ask your help at this critical moment The matter Is in the hands of the United States senate sir replied Ry der coldly They are against him I cried Stott Not one senator Ive spoken to holds out any hope for him It he is convict ed It will mean his death Inch by inch his life Is leaving him The only thing that can save him is the good news of the senates refusal to find him guilty Stott was talking so excitedly and loudly toot neither he nor Ryder heard the low moan that came from the corner of the room where Shirley wfstanding listening I can do nothing repeated Ryder coldly and ne turned his back and be gan to examine some papers lying on his desk as It to notify the caller that the Interview was ended But Stott was not so easily discouraged He went on uAs I understand It they will vote on strictly party lines and the party iin power Is against him Hes a marked man You have the power to help him Heedless of Ryders gesture of Impatience be continued When I left his bedside tonight sir I promised to return to him with good news I have told him that the senate ridicules the charges against him I must return to him with good news Hels very 111 tonight sir He halted for a moment and glanced in Shirleys direction and slightly raising his voice so she might hear he added If he gets worse we shall send for his daughter Whore Is his daughter demanded Ryder suddenly interested She Is working in her fathers In terests replied Stott and he added significantly HI believe with some hope of successHe Shirley a quick questioning look She nodded affirmatively Ryder who had seen nothing of this byplay said with a sneer Surely you didnt come here tonight- to tell me this No sir I did not He took from his pocket two lettersthe two which Shirley had sent himand held them out for Ryders Inspection These let ters from Judge Rossmore to you he said show you to be acquainted with the fact that he bought those shares 8S- an Investment and did not receive them as a bribe When he caught sight of the letters and ho realized what they were Ryder changed color Instinctively his eyes sought the drawer on the left band tide of his desk In a voice that was unnaturally calm be asked Why dont you produce them before the senate It was too late explained Stott handing them to the financier I re ceived them only two days ago But It- rou come forward and declare Ryder made an effort to control him self Ill do nothing of the kind I refuse to move In the matter That Is final And now sir he added raising his voIce and pointing to the letters I wish to know how comes It that you had In your possession private correspondence addressed to mef That I cannot answer replied Stott promptlyFrom whom did you receive these letters demanded Ryder Stott was dumb while Shirley clutched at her chair as It she would fall The financier repeated the question- I must decline to answer replied Stott finally- Shirley left her place and came slow ly forward Addressing Ryder she saidul wish to make a statement The financier gazed at her In astonishment What could she know about It be wondered and ho waited with You have the power to help him curiosity to bear what she was going to say But Stott Instantly realized that she was about to take the blame upon herself regardless of the consequences to the success of their cause This must be prevented at all hazards even If another must be sacrificed so Interrupting her be said hastily to RyderJudge Rossmores life and honor are at stake and no false sense of del icacy must cause the failure of my ob ject to save him These letters were seat to me by your son ILII1 clal edByder starting Ffrtf mumewna viasju yea as If ho had received a blow Ho was too much overcome to sppak or actIhimself lieThen recovering rang bell and turned to Stott with renews d furySo be cried this man this Juflge whose honor Is at stake and his daugh ter who most likely has no honor at stake between them have made a thle and alifrotmysonFaImI to his fa ther false to his party And you sir have thepreauinptldn to chine here and ask me to Intercede for himI To the butler who entered be said See 1 ff Mr Jefferson Is still In the house I he Is tell him I would like to see him hero at once The man disappeared and Ryder strode angrily up and down the room with the letters In his hand Then turning abruptly on Stott he said And now sir I think nothing more remains to be said I shall keep these letters as they are my property As you please Good night sir Good night replied Ryder no looking up With a significant glance at Shirley who motioned to him that she migh- yet t succeed where he had tailed Ste left the room Ryder turned to Slit ley His fierceness of manner soften edl down as he addressed the girl You see what they have done to my son Yes replied Shirley its the girls fault If Jefferson hadnt loved bet you would have helped the judge Ah why did they ever meet She bas worked on his sympathy and hehtook these letters for her sake not tc Injure you Oh you must make some allowance for him Ones sympathy gets aroused in spite of oneself Ever I feel sorry for these people Dont replied Ryder grimly sympathy Is often weakness Ah there you arel turning to Jefferson who en tered the room at that moment You sent for mo father Yes said Ryder senior holding up the letters Have you ever seen these letters before Jefferson took tho letters and ex amined them Then he passed them back to his father and said frankly uYes I took them out of your desk and sent them to Mr Stott in the hope- tbey would help Judge Rossmorea caseRyder restrained himself from pro ceeding to actual violence only with the greatest difficulty His face grew white as death his lips were compress ed his hands twitched convulsively his eyes flashed dangerously He too another cigar to give the Impression that he bad himself well under con trol but the violent trembling of his hands as he lit it betrayed the terrifi- strain he was under So he said you deliberately sac rificed my interests to save this w mans fatheryou hear him Miss Green Jefferson my boy I think its time you and I had a final account ing Shirley made a motion as It about to withdraw He stopped her jvith a ges turePlease dont go Miss Green As the writer of my biography you are sum lontly well acquainted with my tam lIy affairs to warrant your being present at the epilogue Besides I want an excuse for keeping my temper Sit town Miss Green Turning to Jefferson he went on For your mothers sake my boy I have overlooked your little eccentrlcl ties of character But now we have arrived at the parting of the waye you have gone too far The one aspect of this business I cannot overlook is your willingness to sell your own fa they for the sake of a woman UMy own father Interrupted Jef erson bitterly would not hesitate to sell me if his business and political Interests warranted the sacrifice Shirley attempted the role of peace maker Appealing to the younger man she said Please dont talk like that Mr Jef erson Then she turned to Ryder DloruI dont think your son quite understands you Mr Ryder and If- 70U will pardon me I dont think you quite understand him Do you realize that there is a mans life at stake that Judge Rossmore Is almost at the point of death and that favorable news from the senate tomorrow is perhaps the only thing that can save him HAh I see sneered Ryder seniors Judge States story has aroused yotir sympathy Yes II confess my sympathy is aroused I do feel for this father whose life is slowly ebbing away whose strength Is being sapped hourly by the thought of the disgracethe Injustice that is being done him I do feel for the wife of this suffering manl Ah its a complete picture cried Ryder mockingly The dying father the sorrowing motherand the daughter what la she supposed to be doing She is fighting for her fathers life cried Shirley and you Mr Jefferson should have pleadedpleadednot demanded Its no use trying to combat your fathers will She Is quite right father I should have Implored you I do so now I- ask you for Gods sake to help usl Ryder was grim and silent He rosq from his scat and paced the room puff- Ing savagely at his cigar Then ho turned and said His removal is a political necessity It ho goes back on the bench every paltry Justice of the peace every petty official will think ho hAs a special mis slon to tear down the structure that hard work and capital have erected No this man has been especially con- splcuousln his efforts to block the progress of amalgamated Interests And so he must be sacrificed cried Shirley Indignantly- He Is a meddlesome man insisted RTderuand uHe Is innocent of the charges rgt JttIt WI Jlrw JtffqLCMtiaUMl Rut WH1c r MUNICIPALUNACY By JOHN KENDRICK BANGS Judging from the reports that reach tw from various parts of the country as to the condition of civic lighting com panics and wilted water plants we shall soon be relieved of the stigma laced upon us by the British visitor 1o this country who declared that we had no Impressive ruins to attract the traveler Would It not be a good plan for some munificent millionaire to buy up a tow of these transfer them to the banks of the Hudson and thug put that beautiful waterway Into the running in the matter of legendary Interest with the Rhine A few moss and Ivy covered ruins of this kind would add much to the scenic beauty of the inspiretour with ghastly legendary lore that will make those old stories or the Rhino look like a mark and a half AnttCarnegie to do something to beau tlfy his adopted native land and to fill the shelves of his many libraries as well with good reading at one tellr swoop lit lit The Increase of the public debt or Birmingham England from 4000000 In the early seventies of the last con tury to 175000000 according to the last available figures shows how completely municipal ownership wipes out a debt of that kind Alongside of 75 000000 a paltry sum of 4000000 Is not only wiped out but actually annihilated lit t- The police of Chicago were assessed in the last elections to pay the expenses of the municipal ownership campaign This is another point In favor of a comprehensive system of public ownership After awhile with the motormen conductors watermen gasman ditch diggers linemen elec tricians and so on to assess for similar purposes the public will doubt less enjoy free elections Ono mIght almost hope that such a fund as this would wax so great that after elections are over there would be a balance left to declare a municipal dividend with The byproducts of the municipal own ershlp Idea grow daily more and more Interesting not to say alluring KkIt is nonsense to say that municipal ownership breeds socialism On the contrary It is driving people book to Europeanctitles people who used to patronize the trolleys now walk because they wish alongolines of least officialI resistance And in Valley City N D the quality of the service of the public gas plant has driven a number of business men to Install gasoline lighting systems of their own on their promises t lilt Muncie Ind has abandoned her lighting plant but consoles herself with the thought that her bonds re main As the poet said or would have said It he bad thought of It Old ties are hard to sever Other ties endure forever r K The city fathers of Brunswick Mo have just done a good stroke of business in selling Its lighting plant for 35 cents on the dollar taking pay in light and water It Is fortunate It wasnt a municipal bakery It would be hard to pay for that by sending large drafts of rhubarb pie and cream cakes to the city treasury to say noth ing of the risk Brunswick would Incur of a sudden attack of civic indigestion running into chronic appendicitis from overindulgence in doughnuts Opera tlons upon the body politic are danger ous things since the patient Is apt to experience ill effects from taking gas Cant Do It by Statut Any corporation is entitled to a fair return on all Its legitimate Investments over and above all expenses when these are carefully and econom ically administered There are some corporations which are undoubtedly overcharging the public but there are more whose stock has never paid any dividends whatever and only an un fortunate aggravation of the present strained relations existing between the people and the public service corpora tions can result from the expectation of the former that they can through legislative action obtain a universal reduction In the charges made by such corporations Municipal Journal and Engineer A Danger to Avoided If a city Is not well governed munic ipal ownership Is the most dangerous thing imaginable and should be care fully avoided There is always the danger that the public utilities the city Is supposed to own will become nothing more or less than the private property of the people at the head of the government who will work to their own advantage and the enhancement of their private wealth William T Stead Only at a Last Resort Any city which Is getting fair treat ment from a privately owned plant should eschew municipal ownership Except under unusually favorable con ditions conditions that promise to make the proposed plant a positive money earnermunicipal ownership should bo only a last resort Marqnetto Mich Journal Political M O Machines Municipal ownership of street rail Rays gas and electric lighting means an enormous political machine with thousands of employees to be voted Lttlie behest of some political par17I Mayor Mafaoel of Biltlatert PAIN- Jin the headMln wwlwreTiM Its UmecMtloo pain Mood prexureOothf elM UMMllr At leeH1O MT Dr 8 hoop and to mMSKncentefl1M tiroslsII router JuySMhMtt WooJpwi w MJSiMimUl IIeenata1 sbeIralM auger Md doesnt It pet rbdasi4 iwsll anlOW rout Ofcouna tt does Its owC where1It1WeMU at sb cents nd ckMrtullr mcoma- e4Dr SHoops Headache TabletsALL DEALERS LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CoeU- NQeAlOa141D1 Past Mall and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vile- Steamers Morning Star Tell City Leave Louisville Tuesday Wedaea day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Bvanavllle Monday 10 a at Wednesday Thursday Saturday 6pm passengetticketsments delivered quicker than bv rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 4200 Clovorport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154158158 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Sit Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in ate improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner e West Point News Mrs R C Goodridge died at her home at West Point Sunday Her death was not unexpected as she had been ill of stomach trouble for some timeMrs Ella Robinson wife of Harrison Robinson of West Point died last weekMessrs J Napier and Abram Ditto have formed a partnership and will con duct the business formerly conducted under the name of the Napier Mecan tile Co Ellzabethtown Ne- wsWN1THIJTFA r CARTRIDGES For Rifles and Pistols Winchester make of cartridges in all calibers from 23 to 50 are accu rate sure fire and relia ble In forty years of gun making we have learned many things about am munition that no one could learn in any other way When you buy Winchester make of cartridges you get the- benolitofthisexparience b WINCHESTER REPEATING Aaua oe i NEW HAVEN QeriN 1 t V T TiT g ff IRVINOTON Deferred from last week Mrs C L Chamberlain left Satur day for Tip Top to spend this vftek visiting her parents 0 Mrs Will Gardner and children have returned from Chenault where they have been the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham Crayton Claycomb of New Haven spent two days at home last week with parentsMrs Moremen and son Louis Bennett left Saturday for Branden burg for a several days visit to Mrs A W Moremen Mrs Jack Conly and baby of Savannah Ga will arrive this week for a visit to Her sister Mrs Nora Board Mr and Mrs Clarence Penick and children left for Louisville Saturday after being the guests of Mrs S R BandyMr and Mrs Hollis Neafus of Louis ville are spending two weeks here the guests of Mrs Sam Dowell Dr L B Moremen spent Sunday in LouisvilleMisses Erma Williams of Hender son Mary Lewis an t brother Joe Lewis and Miss Ethel Williams of Owensboro have returned after spend- Ing a week at the home of Mrs Kate Bennett 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 1350 These tickets will be sold for certain trains only on above dates For particulars call at the office ANTI MO TIDE RSiNZ Many Defeats In Many Places In the Last Few Months The rising of the tide of public rc Bcntment against municipal ownership IB shown by the many defeats it has suffered during the past few months Among those previously unrecorded In these pages are the following The voters of Canon City Colo declared against constructing municipal waterworksIn S D M O candi dates for aldermen were defeated in every ward The expenditure of 50000 to 05000 to develop electrical power was voted down in Shelburne Out In Shullsburg Vls the vote was nearly six to one against bonding the city for an electric light plant The committee appointed by the town of Winchester Mass to Investigate the subject of municipal lighting re ported as follows The committee Is unanimously of the opinion that the town should not at this time undertake to own or control any municipal lighting plant nor should It in the opinion of the commit tee engage lu the manufacture or dis tribution either of electricity or gas rOt muuimi e cr fOho nRp of Its Inhabitant Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Raoine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to drngg fists every wnere as DrShoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dealers Galena Well Out of u The electric light plant of Galena Ill was Installed in 1898 at a cost of 18000 It was sold tbe other day for 13000 but this price Included n twentyfive year light power and trac tion franchise Under the new con tract the city will get practically twice the amount of street lighting that was furnished by the municipal plant at only 10 per cent greater cost The sale met with the unanimous approval of the mayor and city council as the plant had not been a success One account of it says Its management was changed as often as new political cliques gained power and at times there was no street Illumination at all The commercial service was Inferior MENADMIRE a pretty face a good figure but sooner or later learn that the healthy happy contented woman is most of all to be admired Women troubled with fainting spells irregularities nervous irrita bility backache the blues and those dreadful dragging sensations cannot hope to be happy or popular and advancement in either home business or social life is impossible The cause of these troubles how ever yields quickly to Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs It acts MISLEADING ESTIMATES Why Municipal Lighting Plant Gen aridly Coat More Than Expected It IB most unusual for a municipal lighting plant to be erected at a cost that comes anywhere near the esti mate presented to the city officials In some cases these officials are directly to blame for accepting the estimates of representatives of manufacturing companies who are of course more anxious to make a sale than to protect the citizens from ultimate disappoint ment Wben an electrical engineer Is called upon for an estimate It might seem as though the council had done Its full duty but unfortunately In some cases at least the temptation to secure a percentage on the construc tion cost Is great enough to overcome professional honor and estimates are submitted which are absolutely Inade quate The only remedy for this would seem to be to obtain an Independent estimate from a consulting engineer who would have no further Interest In the matter Perhaps however the most common cause for disappointment Is due to the fact that engineers in estimating cost taU to take into consideration what ought to be well known by this time that cities cannot as a rule construct plants at as low figures as private companies can This Is due partly to the Inexperience of city officials which Is taken advantage of in many cases and also to the fact that the large amount of red tape which seems to be a necessary feature of such contracts has to be allowed for by bidders It Is therefore perfectly possible that lID estimate fpr a municipal plant may be exceeded by 30 per cent when It would be an adequate one If the construction were to be undertaken by a private company This Is a feature of munic ipal ownership which has not been heretofore given the consideration that it deserves Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin And Blood Diseases Also Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually 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 suppurat ing swellings etc have been cared 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 cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Gnerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales hone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbnncleHsciofularisinKS and bumps on the 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 Would Forfeit Vat Revenues As long ago as 1002 the then 817 street railways paid to the various municipalities and states 13360355 a year In taxes according to our bureau of census Adding the taxes on street railway securities as property of the I holders and the additions the total Is now fully 25000000 a year Munici pal ownership would forfeit that great sum as state and municipal revenue Walter J Ballard In Los Angeles Times No Exposures For Him Now here said the enthusiastic real estate agent to the prominent politician Is one of the most desir able houses In the capital It has ex posures all around Good heavens cried the prominent politician with a start of dismay I getI at the afflicted and vronce upon organ EMMA RUNT ZLERefeoMISSthe nervo centers dispelling t sally all those distressing symp toms No other medicine in the country has received such unqualified indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Miss Emma Runtzler of 031 State St Schenectady N Y writes For a long time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my strength away I had dull headaches was nervous irritable and all worn out Chancing to red one of your advertisements of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I decided to try it and I cannot express my gratitude for the benefit received I am entirely well and feel like a new person Lydia B Pinhhass Vegetable Cempowai is the moat successful remedy for all forms of Female Complaints Weak Back Falling and Displacements Inflammation and OJceratlon and is invaluable in preparing for childbirth and the Change of Life I Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation t6 Woment Women lufferlar from amy form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Fiakfeam at Lynn Mass Her advice Mire aid always helpful l Woman World Marrying a FopShe Who Gives Without Asking ReturnsMore Tact Is Needed In Bringing Peo pie Together Dont marry a fop remarks a magazine supposed to elevate the taste of young women and sharpen their wits as far as matters matrimonial are concerned But I have something to say for tlw opposite side of the question Girls dont marry a man who Is sloppy In his appearance or you will suffer even worse than If you married a fop The tendency of a great many men Is to be careless of their clothes If there Is anything maddening to a proud well dressed woman It Is to see her husband shabbily dressed with an In different tie and unpolished boots She la positively ashamed to go out on the street with him No amount ot nagging will make a man who Is fond of what he calls his comfort change He doesnt realize how his appearance spoils his chances of success So girls If you want to be on the safe side pick out a man who thinks something of his appearance even if there are people narrow minded enough to call him a fop I I IThe Unselfish Giver I They were talking of a very popular woman and they couldnt exactly fix the secret of her success There were other women prettier others as well dressed others with more money with better manners even- I think I know why remarked an old lady who had been silent during the discussion Mrs B never does favors In the hope of receiving something In return If she sends you a gift at Christmas you know It Is not because she hopes to be Invited to your party In January Then too she snot perpetually offended at fancied slights You dont feel you must In TUB HIGHBROWS AND THE WTLliIBBOYS elude her In everything under penalty of facing u disagreeable coldness or an explanation She Is just your friend because she Is fond of OUuot for any ether reason Anything she does Is because she wants to give you pleasure half the time she wont let you thank herHow many women do you know of this description Wo cannot always be marvels of tact but there are some things wecan avoid saying and one of them is Why bow dreadful you are looking when w meet a friend on the street who is pale from being a little bit tired or worried perhaps I am not a Christian Scien tist but I do believe strongly In the power of suggestion Make a remark like that to any one who Is a bit de pressed and she will feel ten times worse and wilt like a sensitive plant In the sun A remark like that simply takes nil the courage out of a person where n few cheerful words would send her on her way positively Invigorated If you cant say cheerful Inspiring thugs to people then let them do the talking I IMoreI Tact Needed I Some women have no sense when It comes to Inviting people They will bring together the Highbrows whe only care for Wnguers music and Mr and Mrs Willleboy who adore coon songs Then they will entertain till quartet with sentimental ditties rasped out by a phonograph Better B lunch of bread and cheese eaten In company with congenial people than the most gorgeous course dinner dur ing which you are mildly thinking what you can say to take that bored expression from the face of your next neighbor Give to Caesar the things that are Caesars to the Highbrows Wagner conversation and to the VII HeboyB vaudeville but dont ever bring them together for that limits their con versation almost to Yee and No and as neither hat a good time have gained no thanks lAUD for your youII ITEMS NOT CHARGED Strange Omissions In the Chicago Lighting Plant Report It PlAce the Annual Total Cost Per Lamp at 5239No Account Taken However of Lost Taxes Water Depreciation Rent or of Half a Dozen Other Important Elements of Ex pense Biggest M O Plant In the Counlry Its Service aa Poor aa Its Report la Misleading The largest municipal electric light plant In the United States Is that operated by the city of Chicago Natu rally students of municipal ownership turn to Its reports as one of the prin cipal sources of Information on the subject Unfortunately however these reports helve been so worded as to give the false Impression that the municipal lights cost the city much less than If they were supplied by contract with u private company Newspapers all over the country have announced that Chicagos street lights during 1000 cost only 5239 per lamp and they are not to be blamed for mak lug this assertion for twice on page 12 of the report for that year 0239 Is given as the total cost per lamp It Is true that elsewhere In the report this statement Is modified by the ad mission that this cost doesnt In clude Interest lost taxes water depreciation rent of offices and poles Judgments against the city on account of accidents a proportion of the cost of the offices of the comptroller audi tor business agent and other branches of the city government etc but the edge Is taken off this admission by the further statement that the cost of 0239 Includes all expenses actually borne by the city a statement by the way which Is not even technically trueThe report admits that there U some Justice In the contention that these Items should be charged against the lighting cost but It makes this admis sion only after years of refusal to do so and does so now because of an investigation into the workings of the plant that has recently been made and the findings of which will soon be pub lishedSix years ago the Reform club of New York employed a well known firm of accountants to find out what Chicagos lights were really costing At that time the city claimed a cost of 0209 but the accountants reported the real cost as 9988 and made no allowance for damages street repairs rent of offices and poles or the lighting departments share of the expense for auditing purchasing and legal ex penses and n jery low allowance for depreciation nut the city authorities totally Ignored the findings of this lilt interested and expert investigation The unfairness of the report Is fur ther shown by its comparison of the per capita cost of lighting Chicago and five other cities that do not operate municipal lighting plants In the first place the street lighting of Chicago Is notoriously Inadequate and In the sec ond place while the rates in the other cities cover the entire cost of lighting In Chicago they Include only u fraction of the cost- Perhaps the most misleading teaturIi of the report Is Its comparison alleged cost of the municipal lights with the rates charged by the private company with which the city contracts for 740 of Its lumps These are iu the outskirts of the city where the cost ef maintaining them Is very high on account of their long distance from the generating station and their remote ness from each other That Is why the city contracts for them Yet the report assumes that the company would charge just as high a rate if it had the contract for ull the lights This as sumption Is not only manifestly absurd but Is directly contrary to the facts as one of the companies offered a reduc tion of more than onequarter of its contract price If It were given the en tire lighting contract In making comparisons the quality of the service Is uii Important consideration and the service of the Chicago city plant is bad It cheats the public both by the frequency of outages lamps going out and staying out the rest of the night and by stealing its own currentII ef reducing the amper age below the point at which the cur rent keeps the lamps up to their rated candlepower In many cases observers have noted that especially after mid night the lumps give only a dull glow at the carbon points and are of practi cally no value as lights This Is done to reduce coal consumption and of course makes a great difference In the lost of operation It would not be tol rated from u private company which would also be penalized for outages These things are quite naturally not mentioned In the report To sum up the report gives the Im pression to the casual reader that the municipal plant Is giving good service at a low cost while the facts are that its service is poor and that the cost Is much higher than If the lights were supplied by a company Health In The Canal Zone The liieh wages pnld make it a miirhty temptation to our young ar tisane to join the force of skilled work men needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however brthe fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing ones those who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with bloodI Farmers tol the Front sDo you expect toy be humbugged all your life by the Trusts If so continue to use Commercial1 Fertilizers at 25 to 30 per ton that has about 150 to 200 pounds of plant food in them that is worth from 3 to 4 Be Wise Be Economical Save Time Labor And Money By making at your own home a BETTER Fertilizer for onefourth the cost than any Commercial Fertilizer on the market by using JARBOES PROCESS For SNomeAGENTS WANTED IN EVERY PRECINCT IN TillS COUNTY rILLOW ROUND TRIP RATES- VIA The Henderson Route TO THE Kentucky State pairUEINSTUuJyLE SEPTEMBER 16171819 20 21 Tickets on Sale September 14 too 20 Retnrn Limit September 23 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 Grand Spectacle and Fireworks Eruption of Vesuvious Over One Hundred Carnival Shows Hatiello apd his Famous BandThree Concerts Daily Ask the Railroad Agent for Rates from your Station Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just as rent as any hinter made It is airtight and n great fuel saver Thousands are br lug sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA PATESVILLE Deferred from last week Lena Dean returned from Stanley WednesdayMiss Lawlac returned from Horse Branch Saturday Mrs Porter Bradshaw and children of Tell City are visiting relatives here Virgil Brown of Weber spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Willard Compton Mr and Mrs E N Dean and son Forrest of Tell City are visiting relatives hereMr and Mrs James Lynch and children spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch of Cloverport Mr and Mrs Clint Rejdof Cloverport are visiting Mrs W Reid School began at this place Monday IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever MarK with Messrs Ernest and Kirtly Kincaid ss teachers Mr and Mrs T W Harmon spent Sunday at Lyonia the guests of Mrs Alfred Wright Dr R W Frymire is at the bedsict of his son Bell Faymire of Horse Branch Herbert and Ernest Campbellof Dukes spent Sunday with Tobin Lamb Mr and Mrs John Arbra are the hap py parents of a boy James Franklin which arrived their home a short time agoMiss Allie Reid who has been visiting relatives an this place for several days returned to her home in Brandenburg Wednesday lYOCtOl For tndlgest3oit stomachpalpitatioDcftheheart a ea o BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAaE SONS Publlthlnc Co I flvbecription Price 100 a year or LIB If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS orer die lines chug Or at the rate of 10 cents per 11ne I OBITUARIES charged for at the rite of Si ant per tine Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday- S I Examine the label on your paper if It 1 cot correct nlease notlfr as When ordering a change In the address subscribers should Rive their old as well a- newhi address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 181907 Nothing doing in this county in the way of politics But therell be some thing doing tho when Boss Milt and Boss Gus get their machines in working order Kentucky for Roosevelt Sure By an overwhelming majority We dont believe there is a man in Kentucky be he Democrat or Republican who deep down in his heart would not be glad to see Mr Roosevelt president for the next four years There has been some good work done on the road from Stephensport to Uniont Starthe best in years The man who did it knew something about roaIt working That kind of work pays satisfies the traveling public and the taxpayer 20000 people attended the State Fair Monday 17000 of whom were children Great day for the people and a glorious beginning for Secretary Hughes You cant down the young blood of Kentucky when they put their shoulder to the wheel We admire Mr Willsons position on the Taylor Powers case We believe Mr Willson would be just as far from pardoning either without a fair trial or a just cause as Mr Hagar Cut the business clear out of the campaign and get on something higher Good roads would be a mighty question for discuss ion and It would be a question vital to the interests of all the people It is a pleasure to do business with people like the State Fair managers They art liberal broadminded and publicspirited No grass grows under their feet Wed like to see men of their caliber ahead of the State govern ment for about four years Stock in Kentucky State affairs would be worth 200 for one instead of what it is now away below par weJudge Adair thinks newspaper meu ought to let up on our picnics and fairs says well be six months getting over the effects But the Judge forgets that newspapermen are human and just like other men in some respects they like to talk about things they helped to make The newspapers of this county have as much to door more if you please with the success of anv public enterprise than anv other one influence They are like bankers when they make a goof big loan and a successful one they like to talk it Harriman has been out West and things look so good to him that he has announced that he will double track his railroad from Chicago to the Pacific coast Prosperity present and pros pective is what is inciting Mr Harri- man to add to the facilities of his big railway system He will expend about 1100000000 in doing this and this means business for everybody You cant spend a hundred million in this country but what it is felt by every sec tion in the country We are glad there are Harrimans with nerve foresight and money Another good piece of road working in this county is the ogre from Hardins burg to the fair grounds Its a reg ular boulevard a splendid piece of road work and as smooth as asphalt It does a mans soul good to drive or ride over it Do you know how this came about Just two or three men put their heads together aroused public senti ment in favor of it and public senti ment went after the road supervisor and the road was built Every man woman and child in Hardinsburg was crying for a good driveway to the fair grounds and they got it No ordinary road thirty feet wide filled with rock as big as your head would satisfy them They must have the best the widest the smoothest piece of road in the county and they got it People get just what they go for in this coun try We are glad that public sentiment was aroused sufficiently to build such a splendid driveway It is a pleasure to ride over a good road especially in this county where there are so many goad horses and buggies and what we want is more of just such roads All we have to do is to put our shoulders to the wheel and well get it just like they did at Hardinsburg The State Fair and the Owensboro Fair are both on this week Judge Adair says the fair at Hardins burg beat anything he ever saw in the way of a fair It was better than the Owensboro Fairin its best days II said the Judge ISIf a man had worked that piece of road from Hardinsburg to the fairgrounds like the man worked the road from Garfield to Custer where wouldl he have been today Dead Squire Vessells didnt have a case on his docket at Union Star last rule day He filled in his time however playing marbles with the boys The Squire says he would rather play marbles any time than sit in a case McQUADY But few from here attended the show at Hardinsburg last week I Miss Mildred Potts spent one day last week with Miss Louise Beeler near KirkSchool is progressing nicely here under the management of Prof Lasley and Miss Bertha Walker Born to the wife of Robert Butler Sept 11 a boy T C Taul is in Louisviile this week on business Mr and Mrs June Mattingly of Tell City Ind were the guests of Mrs Mattinglys parents Mr and Mrs Fledge McGary last week lnddis the guest of her uncles Frank Rupert and Dennie Sheeron this week G S Wilson will start for Oklahoma Sunday Mr Wilson has purchased land there His family will follow later whore they will permanently re side LODIBURG Mrs C C Grant and daughter Leonta visited relatives at Branden burg last week Claude Mercer of Hardinsburg was here one day last week on business The new residence of Flake Ators is almost completed The Misses Moorman of Big Spring have returned home after a visit with Miss Mayme Adkisson- A number from here will attend the Fair at Louisville Miss Mary Mercer and Edgar Comp ton spent Saturday and Sunday at Garfield with friends John Avitt is able to be palter being confined to his room for several days- C C Grant was at Sample Sunday on business SEXTON RESIGNS THIS WEEK Hawesville Man Will be Manager- of Cumberland Telephone Company in This City W C Sexton manager of the Cum berland Telephone Company at this place has tendered his resignation to take effect this week Auditor A D Johnston of Nashvilleis here closing up the work which has been under Mr Sextons direction and will have every thing in readiness at the office for MrI J C Epley of Hawesville who has accepted the positioniMr Sexton will have been here two years next May having formerly lived at Owensboro He is well liked by the people in Cloverport and has many friends here and in this county Why Kirkwood Shut Dowa Some time ago the city of Kirkwood Mo was reported to have shut down the generating plant of Its electric light plant and made a contract for current with a private company The arrangement was not however con summated for the company Mayor Ochterbeck claims did not act In good faith The mayor gives the further frank statement in regard to the mu nicipal plant Our plant was built about the year 1001 and on account of Its being a municipal matter tho city did not get an up to date plant and Is today nut fering from having a plant that does not meet the requirements and tho cost of production Is too high consequently It does not pay the city If wo take Into consideration deprecia tion and the Interest on our Investment Two Diverse Estimates The question of Installing a munici pal lighting plant at Hancock Mich has been laid at rest for five years at least a contract for that period having been made by an almost unanimous vote of tho aldermen This matter has been under discussion for some time and an estimate of the cost of a plant was obtained from an engineer The amount of this estimate 15000 seem ed eo low that one of the aldermen got another estimate from an entirely disinterested engineer who figured that the cost would be 138000 W 4 BLACKJACK OTESI Mrs Dr Hardesty is on the sick list Mrs Celia Miller Miss Mary Lamb and Mrs M E Sherlock of Ekron spent Monday with Mrs Lizzie Brown Misses Fannie and Lizzie Shacklett of Paradise and Lula Sipse spent Sat urday with the Misses Prather Simpson Downs who has been visiting his brother J W Downs for the past week left Sunday for Indiana for a short stay and from there Jie will go to Colorado A W Shacklett went to Guston Wednesday on business for his sister Mrs Burch Lon Hardesty who has typhoid fever is some better J W Downs bought 28 area of land from his brother Simpson Downs Consideration 5300 J R Shacklett sold to JR A Ham bleton last Saturday a fine colt liking some few days of being three months old for 95 cash Gordon Brown of Guston spent several days last week with relatives here Dr Hardesty is contemplating on re turning to Paynesville tp practice as soon as sicknesss in his family will per miteHe will leave his family on the farm Several from here are contemplating on going to the State Fair next week in Louisville Mr and Mrs W D Prather spent several days in Louisville last week the guest of his brother J H Prather and familySchool at Black Jack is progressing nicely MATTINGLY I B F Franks has cut some tobacc Miss Maggie Newman has returned home from Evansville Karl Wilson sop of Mr and Mrs R H Wilson has typhoid fever John Nobe Duncan of Mike is ill with typhoid fever We regret to learn that Ruby Hawkins is ill with typhoid fever at her home at CloverportSam of Evansville is visting his parents Mr and Mrs T N Brickey Miss Nannie Pyan and little nephew Frank Newman are visiting in Evans ville Rev Day of Rockvale filled his ap pointment at Pisgah church last Satur day and Sunday H J Robert ofdike was in of town locating last week prospecting with a ourII James Taul of Evansville formerly of this place has gone to LosAnglesCal ifornia to seek a location The mud hole on King hill near Mat tingly on the Owensboro road that was almost impassable last winter is being put in good condition by Herbert Tinuis and Odus Taul Mr and Mrs Ben McQuady and little daughter Lena of Evansville are here on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs R C Mattingly Mrs Sarah Frank of Mattingly and son Fred have had about two hundred and fifty chickens to die in the last few weeks with some strange disease Miss Effie and Clora Pate two charm ing young girls of Owensboro are visit ing relatives at Mike flows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for bylIallsWe the undersigned have known F J Chenev for the lost 15 years and believe him transactions WaldingKlannnDruggistsToledoHalls mucoussurfacsenttreoallllruggistsTake Halls Family Pills for constipation OUSTONII Mrs A O Marshall spent last week at Tar Springs t- llIWillie Miller returned home Sunday after spending a few weeks at Morgan field Miss Lucile Richardson spent Satur day and Sunday at Ekron Miss Jane Jantzan left Sunday for Garrett where she willattend school Jack Anderson left Sunday for Bureau where he will attend school this fall Chas Stile left Saturday for Louis ville to work Miss Emma Smith had a birthday party Saturday which was largely at tend d- Will Roberts was badly bitten by a dog Monday The dog was fastened in a wire fence and Mr Roberts was try ing to unfasten him when he bit him At the News Office School Boos School Supplies New Box Paper MagazinesI New Novels 25 Detective Stories lOc each Books on Hypnotism 25c each Post Cards of Cloverport and Tar Springs 2 for 5c Post Card Albums 25c each Shawl Straps 5c and 10c each Maill Orders Promptly Filled FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine I MachineBoiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work t Plumbers Mill Boat arid Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Coa Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited I 1AJ NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS November lthe penalty will bs added on your taxes If you want to avoid same meet me or one of my deputies at the following places Rosetta Monday Sept 23 Bewleyville Tuesday Sept 24 Irvington Wednesday Sept 25IWebster Thursday Sept 26 Cloverport Friday and Saturdaytt Sept 27 and 28 Stephensport flonday October 7 Chenault Tuesday October 8 Mooleyville Wednesday October 9 Frymire Thursday October 10 Lodiburg Friday October 11 MILT MILLER S B C A B- IGHorse andHStockSale Vill be Held at jEkronSaturda II SaturdaOct On the above date in the town of Ekron Ky on the L H St L R R forty milesybelow Louisville the Ekron Commercial Live Stock Association will hold their second horse and stock sale for the benefit of farmers having stock to sell This sale will be conducted as follows Every horse put up for sale shall have a price put on him and no bybidding will be allow ed If no one offers the price the horse will be taken out of the ring All kinds of stock entered in the sale Bring your stock if you want to get top prices as a number of the best stock buyers in the state will be present to purchase your stock For further information call on or address R A ENSOR President- S H STITH Secretary A C CROUCH Treasurer DUKES The sick are improving Homer Tindle is teaching school at Happy Holler Preaching next Sunday here at the Presbyterian church Wm Grey and wife are attending the Fair at Owensboro Mrs Frankie Cahal spent Thursday with her mother Mrs L Newbury Charles Johnson is clerking for C A Cahal while Mr Cahal is out assessing Cicero Rearden and family visited relatives at Weber Saturday and Sun dayA large crowd attended the pie supper at Miss Lizzie Nixs Saturday night Miss Viola Moore and Sam Doyal of Hawesville visited Miss Flora Newbury SundayF Burnett of Patesville visited his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Burnett ThursdayL wife and grandson spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs S Powers near Patesville Misses Tula and Elsie Lamb of Patesville spent Sunday with Misses Pearl and Carrie Basham School opened here Monday with large attendence Misses Jessie Wheat ley and Pearl Johnson are the teachers I Mrs Lillie Cahal and children spent several days last week with Mrs Cahals mother Mrs Henderson John sonMr and Mrs Fred Jarboe of Pates ville spent Sunday the guests of Mrs Jarboesparents Mr and Mrs Amos Corley A Humane Appeall A humane citizen of Richmond Ind R Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St sayseI appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has l helped me and fully comes np to the proprietors recommendation lilt saves more lives than all other throat and long remedies put together Used as a cough and cold care the world over Cures asthma bronchitis oroop whooping cough quinsy homMuog and phthisic stops hemorrhages of tie large ud builds them up Guaraatee by gcYersDrf Co X500 JTy tJs n t Y w i f f 1f r tiiriiiswIN feye ef atoery mmt caaMe bier to cat whatever be wtekcs Tkcy prevent K HEADACHE MUM the fool te UIMUatc and sour bh the tody live keel appetite VELOP FLESH aMe- dend BiiiKle EfegaRtly wpu ceat No Substitute PERSONAL J AND LOCALI MonI Fred Fraize went to Cincinnati y Go to Shapinsky Bros for your fall othes Mrs Chas Lightfoot has returned om Sorgho Ivan Dnmewood left this week for his ome in Iowa Miss Frances Smith went to Owens oro yesterday Harry Newsom went to Hardlnsburg- n business Monday Mrs Abe Skillman has returned home rom Bay View Mich Mr and Mrs John Reynolds spent fcinday in Owensboro Mrs Chas Hook will return horn rom Hardinsburg today Mrs C J Fella of Addison has een visiting relatives here Chas Fallon and Emil Nolte attended he State Fair at Louisville Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilliland are visiting at Chenault this week Misses Esther Jackson and Rose gnew spent Sunday at Cannrlton Mrs Jas Harris and daughter Jennie Mabel went to Louisville Monday Wallace Weatherholt of TobinEport has returned to Purdue University Mrs Marion Polk ofTobinsport has been the guest of relatives here Ruther Meadows of Kansas is here visiting his sister Mrs H C Pate Mrs A M Roth of Louisville has beenthe guest of Mrs J C Nolte Prince Davis of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Ruth Haynes Sunday Misses Eva and Edith Plank leave to day for Bellwood Seminary near Louis ville Mts Marion Weatherholt and Mrs Will Pate attended the State Fair at LouisvilleRemember Baptist supper It Oelzes f flail tomorrow night Proceeds for roof fund Miss Annie Mills will leave this week for Memphis Tenn where she will make her home Misses Bertha and Annie IMay Mat tingly of Henderson are the guests of Mrs Ben RidgwayICapt and Mrs Rowland went to Louisville yesterday to attend the Postmasters Convention Mrs W G Barrett of Owensboro has been the guest of her daughter Mrs J Byrne Severs Mrs Henry Pate and brother Ruther Meadows went to Louisville Monday to atteudthe State Fair Mr Henry V Duncan has returned honk from Louisville after a visit to Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan Mr and Mrs Edward Bowne have been spending the past week with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Jarboe Mr and Mrs Walter Oelze are making their home in Louisville where Mr Oelzewill have a photograph gallery Mrs H L Stader went to Union Star Sunday with her nephew David Owen f Hall who will make his home there Bernard Rhodes Misses Lizzie Rhodes and Margaret McCary and Herbert Mc Glfty were the guests of Miss Florence Lewis Sunday Notwithstanding the advancedcost of hats this fall Mrs James Corderys prices on all of her millinery goods are surprisingly low Dr John Kincheloe and Mr Charles Edmous I of Hardinsburg were here Wednesday night the guests of Misses Margaret Moorman and Ella Smith I Mr and Mrs Nat Tucker and chil dren and Mrs Marion Polk and daugh ter of Tobinsport spent Saturday and I Sunday in Stephensport the guests of Mrs Tom Blain Anannual report of this years work of the Methodist church will be given by the pastor Rev B M Currie at the I 11 oclock service All members are re quested to be present Paul Lewis went to the State Fair MondayMr Smith went to Owensboro Tuesday Maurice Oaborne of Holt was here SaturdayMrs Hardin of Holt was here WednesdayJ of Louisville was Here last week Miss Elizabeth Babbage has returned to Louisville Mis Clara Dyer has returned to Me ririian Miss Mr SD Bates of Mattingly was here Monday Mrs Chas Waggoner alias returned from Evansville Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith are visi ting in Elizabethtowr New line of shoes for fall and winter wear at Shapinsky Bros Mrs Allen Murphey is seriously ill at her home in the West End Miss Lillian Sippel went to Louis ville yesterday for a short visit Mrs A M Roth of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs J C Nolte Mens furnishing goods at the most reasonable prices at Shapinsky Bros Misses Eva end Edith Plank spent Sundaywith relatives in Owensboro Miss Lizzie Skillman and Miss Lucy McGavock went to Louisville yesterday Eugene Dickey of Louisville has been the guest ot Miss Rebecca Willis Mrs Winchell and Mrs D Leaf were here Tuesday enroute to Tell City Mr and Mrs Bartles went to Bartles Station Wednesday to spend several days t Franklin and Morris Kincheloe of Hardinsburg are guests at the Tar Springs Mrs T Nichols and daughter Louise were guests of relatives at Hawesrille Sunday Jno D Babbage Jr left Monday for Charleston W Va after a visit to his parentsAll new shades are given in the the hats and trimmings at Mrs James CordreysMr Mrs Roy Mattingly of Uniontown are the guests of Mrs Ben RidgewayMr Mrs D Stuart Miller and daughter Sarah have returned from OwensboroRemember Baptist supper at Oelzes Hall tomorrow night Proceeds for roof fund- Mrs Andrew Smith has returned home to Owensboro after a visit to Mrs M Collins Edgar Wheeler of Santa Fee New Mexico has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch Mr and Mrs James Cordrey have re turned from a visit to Mrs P N DHuy at Evanston Ill Miss Bertha Long and Miss Florrie Long went to Louisville last week to visit Mrs Robert McGavock Mr and Mrs George Farber of Fin ley were here Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr Ulrich FarberiMrs James Cordrey has a handsome collection of pattern hats from Chicago Cincinnati and Louisville Owen Brashtar of Bristol Tenn wxs the guest of Mr and Mrs James Youn ger Wednesday and Thursday Misses Rachel Jackson Docia and Lottie Mattheny spent Sunday with Miss Lois Basham at Skillman Miss Mamie Graham night operator of the Cumberland Telephone Co is spending her vacation Miss Graham will visit relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs Whitworth arrived here Saturday from Glendeane and will make their home in the Miller property on the hill Mrs A S English has been suffer ing from a severe burn which she received last week and is quite sick at home in the East End Stunning ready to wear hits iq the seasons best shapes all colors also black splendid values at reasonable prices Mrs James Cordrey Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 206 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky- AnnouncementI Announcement has been made in the St Rose Catholic church of the engage ment of Miss Ollie Beavin to Mr Mike tHem The date for the wedding has not yet been set 0000000000000000000000060 9 0A New Orleans woman was thin 0 Because she did not extract sufficient 0 nourishment from her food X She took Scott Emulsion t iResult a- Sh gained a pound a day in weJIhtiiALL DRUGGISTS Sec AND BRIDG DISASTER v Great Structure Being Built Across the Eft Lawrence Falls With Workmen FOUR SCORE LIVES LOST At Least That Many Men Were Car rled to Their Death and thread Lbt May Grow Half Section of Glnnt Urldge Crum pled Up Taking Workmen Down With It Quebec Que Aug 30A section of the new bridge across the St Law rence river five miles below this city collapsed late yesterday carrying scores of bridgeworkers and mechan ics into the water It is estimated that the loss of life is at least eighty and may exceed that number The bridge was about a mile and a half in length and half of it from the south shore to midstream crumpled up and dropped into the water Ninety men were at work on this section of the structure and the whistle had just blown at 530 for the men to quit work for the day when there came a grinding sound from the bridge midstream The men turned to see what had happened and an In stant later the cry went up The 9bridge is falling The men made a rush shoreward but the distance was too great for them to escape The fallen section of the bridge dragged others after it the snapping girders and cables boom- Ing like a crash of artillery Terror lent fleetness to the feet of the fright ened workmen as they sped shoreward but only a few of them reached safety before the last piece of Ironwork on the south shore was dragged into the river Near the shore the wreckage of tho bridge did not go below the surface of the water and eight workmen who remained above water were rescued and taken to the hospital at Levis The steamer Glenmont had Just cleared the bridge when the first sec tlon fell The water thrown up by the debris came clear over the bridge ot the steamer The captain at once lowered boats The small boats plied backward and forward over tho sunk en wreckage for half an hour but there was no sign of life The twisted iron and steel had its victims in a terrible death grip A few floating timbers and the broken strands of the bridge toward the north shore were the only signs that anything unusual had happened There was not a rip pIe on the smooth surface of the St Lawrence as it swept along toward the gulf All the men drowned were employes of the Phoenlxvllle Bridge company and subcontractors of Quebec and Montreal The Quebec bridge was be gun about seven years ago and It was to be finished in 1909 Subsidies had been granted by the federal and provincial governments and the city of Quebec and the estimated cost of the work was 10000000 The Phoenixvllle Bridge company of Pennsylvania had the contract for the construction of the bridge and were working from both sides of the river The southern extension of the bridge which collapsed was rapidly near the zenith of the immense steel arch which was to span the river The Quebec bridge was remarkable in that it was to be the longest single span cantilever bridge in the world the length of the span in tho center being 1800 feet or 200 feet longer than that of the Firth bridge at present the worlds longest single bridge span Mrs B M Currie and two children Mary and Eudaily returned home Wed nesday after spending several weeks at Neboe and other places visiting relatives The ladies of the Methodist church had the new parsonage furnished and in perfect readiness for Mrs Currie the afternoon of her arrival A full course supper was prepared and taken to the parsonage for Rev and Mrs Currie that evening by the members of the church- 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 reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via LH St L Kentucky State Fair Cloverport to Louisville and return 13 Tickets sold Sept 14 to 20 inclusive Return limit Sept 23 125 Cloverport to Louisville and re turn Sunday Sept 22 on morning trains Daviess County Fair f1 155 for the round trip from Clover port to Owensboro September 17 18 1920 and 21 Good to return September 22- Dont be afraid to give Chamberlains sough Remedy to your children It contains no opium or other harmful drag It always cures For sale by Seven Thug Co LWants i FOR HALE- PIUNTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Kood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engine MAUTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street LouUTllle Ky- FOR RENT Fine river bottom farm of 116 on railroad Good tenent house and out buildings 16 acres In orchard and Y5 acres In grass the rest In good fix for any thing The very best of land well watered For further Information upply to AI ItS HANNAH HAUOIN Holt Ky H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession I all of the Courts of iireckenrluge and adjoining coun t er Special attention given to col ectloos road cases and criminal practice License to practice In Untied States Distil M a putts Office over Bank of Hardlnsbuni Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for 15 per month Cl TZf 155 acres on Hardinsburg and pi t OU Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwolliag and a good big barn 80 acres In oak and beech timber Tbo oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments 3 950 352 acres on Hardinsburg and 4 t Falls Of sinking road 2 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance fi 1 350s3acres 7 acres In timber luck 4 t ory locust sycamore sugar tree und beech Improvements five room cottage barn 30 x 60 stable 30 x 32 smoke house und cellar cistern good and ponds 12 acres In timothy 10 In cover II In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons of timothy and clover 8 acres In wheat yield kA bushels and 6 tons straw ThIs place IS sltnted on Clover creek lli miles southeast of Cloverport 10 acres good bottom land rest broken but good strong tillable land pllndId C7trn CAHM FOR FALEF mile off of the turnpike between Cloverport and HurdlnstmrK 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from llurdlnsburg 117 ucrus of land two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to godry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jno u hubbuge Cloverport Ky or Tames H Subtle UH FOIL SALKlOtI acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 16 acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News CloverpOrt Ky LAND FOR SALK FOR SALE 150 acres of land situated near Creel one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three roomsI acres tobaccodand stock oak barn and post oaksbold Fine lot of good hickory und ash to sell lrlce 500 For further Information write Jno D Rabbage Cloverport Ky FOR SALEGood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ky t contains 140 acres all level and In good state of cultiva tion About onehalf In grays 15 u res In tlmher young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house largo barn and plenty of IrvingtonKyloukiugforse or write Jno D Habbiige Cloverport Ky HouseholdGoods For Sale Piano Stool 200 Hocking Chairs 75c each Book Case 500 Oak Center Table 200 Two new Dinner Sets For further information address DHB- reckenridge News CLOVERPORT KY Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also Roaches and Bed Bugs IT DRIES THEM UP FOR RATS AND MICE Destroys them under all conditions They eat it in preference to any food No Stench- It Dries them up leaving only the pelts FOR ROACHES AND BED BUGS They eat it and it kills them Results are permanent No danger in using It is a paste not a powder Is easy to apply Is the cheapest as so little is required Jno D BabbageCL- OVERPORT KY I MEET ME AT NOLTEII I Shoes 11- II ShoesI I Shoes Shoes for eachand very one inI i the family ma pa sIster brother I w baby grandmother and grand I father All sizes and styles from Ithe tip toe to the broad gaugeWW The line iis complete in every detail Give us a chance to shoe you I III J C Nolle ea Bro I gcCloverport Ky iun of excellence GoldI we ir t CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL COMPANY PROPRIETORS j CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY have Contractor James M associated with estimates buildings Our Work of material best and prices are reasonable have grades of at from squareOur best Ruberiod long building k tllRtitAAilitRitAAitArtdieililitil A- i1xLearnJJJJ i TelegraphyTelegraph J by 0 K railroads Good wages Salaries good start Can bes learned in short time at small cost other trade or profession offers as much as telegraphy It rurequipmentI and instructions practical complete Students A made fully competent a Positions lv It terms c- KENTUCKY lv SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY OWENSBORO KV le o Its Only a Ques tion of Time when everyone having financial matters will realize the Bank Account ness To the modern man it is simply indispensible He his bills by check and has receipt and the correct change every time and it promotes habits system and accuracy the conduct his affairs Open an account us BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Ky Wherever Used IWhen you buy gm your next barrel or sack flour try Cadicks Dust Its stands for line and it will find a home tmJ with you is sure to give satisfaction to every purchaser who desires good reliable aIflour A trial is all OrandviewII azzvoeazzbr =outxmiauszzt = GREGORY umnnnnWe Lewis us and can furnish plans and for Mill is good and workmanship our We several roofing prices 1 to J325 per will last as as the n paid t at A t No t and secured Write for to look after need of a Busi pays a of in of with m Flour It brand ask JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds Watches ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings T Cs ew Son Hardinsburg Ky r We are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks Than Usual and Have Some Good Ones Now Do You Need One Severs Drug Co a s si sr si r i ii ii i iI I i 1 t VXSV Y k iV tmw L 1 t e I i1 C feel J I iI IHHRHf WELCOM MM liven Qtv leckhtm en the Occasion of His Cilumbit Speech NeO1rdl of PclltUa the Ptcfi- lAar I ef ann Mrr unclhg Ceuntlw Her Their Sevrnr tie TrlkMU to the People of the Moun tain Was Especially Plowing to Hit Hearer Columbia Ky Sept 9BefoTe an Att4Uence of several thousand people representative of this Immediate ser liletn of the state Governor Beckham lUs afternoon made his first speech Ift the Democratic state campaign I Mllng honored by a visit from the governor of the commonwealth the Hople of Adair and the surrounding counties regardless of politics gave him a very hearty welcome HIS speech was vigorous from the begin nine to the close and was well re oelved HIs tribute to the people of the mountains was especially pleas Ibt to his hearers He declared dur tag the course of his remarks that he would be glad to leave the governors chair on the expiration of his term IS5 asked that God and the patriotic ClUienshlp of Kentucky grant that bIll successor be Judge S W Hager who stands firmly and without equlv ooatlon upon every Issue and whom give to the people a wise and economical administration of their attain The governor spoke as fol lows You will readily agree with me that It Is better to Judge of what a man win do by what he has done In the past than by what he says he will do fwd that you can better forecast what a party will do In the future by Its record In the past than by the prom Ides of Its platform and of Its candl dates If a man convicted of perjury or false swearing makes a statement or a promise we may well be on our guard with him and discredit what ever he might say If a party which has come before you In the past mak ing fair promises and uttering serious Charges against Its opponents and when given power by you has violated those promises and signally failed to eoake good those charges comes again tanking the same promises and cbargeslt Is well to look upon It with doubt and fear before again giving it tt chance to betray you Let us see In what attitude each of these two political parties stands be fore you In this campaign In the light ot Its past record Its promises and Us performances By that test alone It Is fair to judge between the two and by that test speaking for my party I ask that the people of Ken tuoky pass Judgment in the November Election What the Republican Party Promised In 1895 the Republican party placed at the head of Its ticket as candidate tot governor Hon W O Bradley when as now the dominant and con trolling force In his party In this state ta their platform and In the speeches t their candidates they made the moat extensive and fulsome promises or what they would do If elected to the offices They promised the moral political and Industrial regeneration of Kentucky They promised a new era In the states progress and develop ment that the laws would be strictly enforced and that peace and content tent would everywhere prevail They made the gravest possible charges against the Democratic party and Its conduct of the states affairs They Charged extravagance and corruption mad with the battle cry Give us a look at the books they made their campaign Democratic leaders refuted these charges and warned the people that It would be disastrous to place the Republican party In control In this hate or In any Southern state that it believed in force and fraud and In the subordination of the civil to the military power But In vain were the Charges denied and these warnings uttered Many people were deceived and misled Suspicions were created In the minds of many good people that possibly there had been mismanage went and corruption In the Democratic administration Unfortunate dissen Ions arose in the Democratic party and the Republican ticket with a Re publican legislature was electedthe first time in the history of the state In December of 1895 and January 1896 they came Into possession of the state government and for over four years held it Wherein Republican Administration Failed In that dark and fateful period what a record was made For incapacity mismanagement and disaster It has never been equalled In this state Tbtlr campaign cry for a look at the books was answered and for over tour years they had ample time to look at them But never were they able to find a single cent of the peo es money not properly accounted or Not a vestige of fraud or cor Imptlon upon the part of the previous Democratic administration could they tticover Their campaign charges Inn shows to be false and Insincere 4wt M they are MW What did they 4 toward uBbvilalBf and advancing welfare of the state Nothing itrrer but to turn hack for at least I a g iraUbn fie Ami tfcat MMrlt4 Ota prgrfP and development Ihrer fairmintedI Republican will admit tkat It was the most turbulent period in the eosarggnweFltWs history with the possible exception of the time of the Civil war In place of the bread they promised you they gave you a stone Instead of the new era of peace and prosperity about which they prated BO much in the campaign they establish ed a red carnival of military usurpa tion and bloodshed The new admin istration had not been in power three months when the Republican gover nor called into active service the state militia and placed it in control of the General Assembly of the state then in session There was absolutely no necessity for such an arbitrary and unwarranted exercise of power It was an unconstitutional effort upon the part of one branch of the govern ment to intimidate and control the ac tion of a coordinate branch A mem ber of the General Assembly could not enter the capitol without the permis sion of a military officer The whole purpose of it was to force the election of a Republican to the United States senateIn other instances was the same flagrant use made of the militia and In the state election of 1899 when W S Taylor was the Republican nom inee for governor this same Republican governor In his desperate desire to aid in Taylors election called into active service state troops in the city of Louisville on election day in order to intimidate and Influence the voters During that entire administration law lessness and crime were rampant Night Riders and Clay County Recalled Republican leaders now try to re fleet upon the Democratic administra lion by referring to the Breathitt coun ty troubles and the reports about the night riders Let them go back to the time when they were In control and refresh their memories about the tollgate raiders and feudal wars in some of the counties Let them read the messages of their governor to the General Assembly to see his lurid pictures of lawlessness and crime at that time If it was not fair to hold him responsible for the tollgate raiders the Clay county feud and other sim liar outbreaks It certainly is not fair to hold a Democratic governor respon sible for the Breathitt county and other such troubles One of the chief reasons for which the Republican gov ernor in 1897 called an extra session of the General Assembly was to get more power to stop lawlessness in the stateDark Record of 18991900 In Kentucky Then In December 1899 with the use of the military at the polls fraud ulent tissue ballots In many counties corruption and force in the election there came Into temporary power Tay lor and his bloody cohorts Confront ed by his Democratic opponent with a constitutional contest before the Gen eral Assembly he filled the state cap ital with an armed and desperate mob Realizing the hopelessness of his case he became reckless and murderous From a window in the executive build ing not forty feet from where he sat nervously awaiting the fatal sound there was fired the shot which struck down in mortal agony the man whom he could not defeat in a legal or con stitutional way Almoij L Insfjftlv ECZEMAVERY BAD fOR THREE YEARS Consulted Physicians to No Avail Uses Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills and Is Soon Perfectly wellThe Disease Having Left Her Entirely S CANNOT RECOMMEND CUTICURA TOO HIGHLY S II I take great pleasure in informing you that I was a sufferer of eczema in a yearsIof physicians in Chicago but to no avail I commenced using the Cuticura Remedies consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills three months ago and today I am perfectly well the disease having left me entirely I cannot recommend the Cutieum Remedies too highly to any one suffering with the disease that I have had Mrs Florence E Atwood 18 Crilly Place Chicago Ill October2 1905 Witness L S Berger S FOR WOMANS EYE Muchof Interest to Every Woman Is Found in Cuticura Pamphlet Complete local and constitutional treatment for distressing debilitating conditions from whichwomen suffer may be foundon paso 5 of tho Cuticura Pamphlet wrapped about tho Cuticura Ointment The pure sweet gentle yet effective OlntLment and Pills commend them to preserving scalp hair and hands for the treatment of inflammatory and ulcerative condi tions as well as mostefficacious medicinal agents in restoring to health strength prematurely Entjrumorcon Sup We to Clcaoit Ui Skin Cutlcura Olnlmtnl inSerarity the Blood Sold Ihronjfcoot tile Todd ftitUt Drat NXaI1eIIJmfA1I9d armed troops Kept In tonceame ready for this awful event swarmed Into the capitol grounds togk posses elon of the buildings under orders from the Republican governor guard ed all the entrances and dove back the civil officers who Bought to enter and arrest the murderers And yet they tell us It is persecution to attempt to bring to trial the man who directed all tbeqe movements who admits that he was only forty feet from where the fatal shot was fired and prohibited the civil of racers from coming In to make a searchHe suspended the writ of habeas corpus He issued his proclamation adjourning the legislature to London without the slightest authority of llaw He had his lawless soldiery using their bayonets to drive the senators and representatives from their halls and chase them through the streets of Frankfort like a lot of felons forcibly preventing them from meeting any where until for the safety of their lives they were compelled to secretly leave the capital and go to the city of Louisville where they might hold their sessions He sent his adjutant general with a lawless mob to the Capital hotel where William Goebel lay suffering with the agonies of his cruel wound that by their boisterous laughter and the grounding of their arms upon the brick pavements they might disturb the last hours of the dying man He made it necessary for the Court of Appeals to abandon their courtroom and seek safety in the city of Louisville He made It dangerous for any man woman or child to walk upon the streets of the capital city And yet this Is the mangy Saw 1l fug tive from Justice who will return in triumph to Kentucky with a pardon before trial In his pocket if Mr Will son and the Republican ticket are elected In November Willson Would Pardon W S Taylor This Is the man too whom aRe publican state convention only a few years ago after he had done all these things indorsed for his resolute and patriotic course This Is the man who Mr Wlllson says was resolute and patriotic whom Mr Wlllson supported In 1899 and supports now If he has ever changed his opinion he has not said so Is he any better than Governor Bradley his mentor and chief ad- visor Is he any better than W S Taylor whose resolute and patriotic course he has Indorsed Can we ex pect more of him than we could ot Governor Bradley or of W B Taylor If so will he please explain to the people In what respect he differs from them or by what process of purifica tion he has been made better than they were He cannot answer by retailing some exploded slander or baseless falsehood about the Democratic administration He must come to the point direct The people have no tol eration for dodging or equivocation He must either defend the administra tions of Governor Bradley and Taylor or repudiate them And he cannot do either without confessing the futility of his candidacy and the absurdity of his claim I will relieve him somewhat of his embarrassment and answer it for him He will not deny that my answer Is correct He does indorse these two men and if elected governor he would show his Indorsement by trying to send one to the United States senate and bring the other a free man back to Kentucky Something on Financial Conditions Now let us look at the financial con dition of affairs when that party took charge in January 1896 and the con dition when they went out In Feb ruary 1900 The Republican auditor stated that he found a debt of 1800000 with cash In the treasury amounting to 16373438 leaving a net debt of I64626562 Taking their own figures about which there IB much question and It Is probable that they overstated the amount the fact remains that the debt which they found was not as great as the debt which they left In February 1900 for a statement from the auditors office shows that on Feb 26 1900 when the Democrats took charge of that department the total liabilities amounted to 206299187 with 36333457 cash in the treasury leaving a net debt of 169965730 a greater amount than the debt which they say existed when they first took charge It therefore appears that not withstanding their increase of the tax rate ten cents and issuing bonds for which they received nearly 540000 all done for the avowed purpose of paying off the state debt they left the state in heavier debt than they found It They charged this debt to what they called Democratic extrava gance not explaining to the people that the preceding Democratic admin istration had been burdened with ex traordinary demands upon its resources owing to the long session of the Constitutional convention and the unusually long session of the general assembly of 18919293 made neces sary for the purpose of a revIsion of all our laws in accordance with the new constitution In order to pay off this debt as they claimed they called an extra ses sion of the general assembly in 1897 and secured the passage of acts to enable 4hem to issue bonds for 600 000 for which they received about 540000 and to increase the tax rate from 42 cents on the one hundred dollars to 54 cents Democratic members voted for these measures because they placed patriotism above partisanship and did not want to embarrass the financial affairs of the party Republicans Incrltad the State Debt WMtw tberyflpltLTb banded OverWork Weakens You Kidney OBfcealtby Eltocjs Hake Impure Brtwt All the blood In your body passes through four kidneys once every three minutes and out the waste or In the blood H they aresick or out of order they fall to their work Pains aches and come from ex cess of uric acid In the due to kidney trouble they had heart trouble because the heart is In pumping thick kidney blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that urinary all diseases have their In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first your kidneys The mild and the effect of Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases Is sold on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar siz es You may have a yourblood ter impurltfe do rheumatism blood neglected unsteadyheart overworking poisoned only kidneysbutconstitutional beginning doctoring extraordinary SwampRoot sample bottle by mall nom of pnoefr- ee also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember th name BwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y sea over bJttln debt ofthe state was TJOUPTrovTaamuR it 1000000 the tax rate was raised teethe highest point in the states hllltorytLn done they said to payoff debts and yet after their four years of power they left the state with a bigger debt than they found it In those four years and two months of power they appropriated only 187 000 for public Improvements while the Democratic administration since it came Into power with a reduced tax rate has paid off all the debt It inherited from the Republican admin istration made Kentucky one of the four or five states in the Union which have no debt and appropriated over 2500000 for public Improvements and In tho establishment and development of our Institutions- In the bill by which the Republican administration raised the tax rate fo 52th cents they provided that at the end of their term the tax rate should fall 5 cents or be 471 cents under which rate we lived for two years when In 1902 the general assembly raised it to 50 cents the present rate Consequently when we came into con I trol in February 1900 we found a reduced tax rate seriously cutting down our revenues at a critical time and a debt of about 1700000 facing us What Democracy Has Accomplished What have we done under such dis astrous conditions With the whole state In disorder and chaos we calmly went to work while our enemies bitterly assailed and obstructed us and we tried to bring order out of an achy solvency out of bankruptcy Whether or not we succeeded let the records speak In the place of mob rule we rees tablished the authority of the courts of justice Instead of plunging the state Into a bloody civil warfare we calmly and patiently awaited the constitutional determination of our cause before the judicial tribunals We snf fered much and we bore much Hay- Ing won out In every court from the circuit court of Kentucky to the su preme court of the United States we started out In an honest and business like way to deserve the confidence placed In us and to uplift Kentucky from the fearful condition in which Republican misrule had left her We wiped out the state debt We bought up and burned before they were due the million dollars of bonds We enlarged and Improved every pub He Institution in the state all of which were in a most deplorable condition Continued on Page Seven A Traveling Mans Experience III must tell you my experience on an East bound O R db N RR train from Pendleton to Le Grande Ore II 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 ont into the coach and came back and said There is a woman sick unto death in the car I at once got up andwent out found her very ill with cramp colic her hands aud arms were drawn up so 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 Remedy I never 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 pencil then I had quite a time to get the ladies to let me give it to her but I succeeded I could at once see the ef feet 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 right and I received the thanks of every passenger in the car For sala by Severs Drug Co WHY WE LAUGHI JoIl Little Nonsense JfQV and When Is Relished by the Wisest JUeji Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges LibraryI100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name fo a three months trial subscription for either of these bright witt 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Bhopptngdl8trct and two blocks trot the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to aljiets of the city- Everything neat and ielean W tltiflMiflstlttNe First State Bank IRVINOTON KY f W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresidet I H H KEMPER CashierII I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits School Supplies AT THE NEWS OFFICE CIOVKf 1 I I It I IJ r f r I I K Li l 1 1t 1f t I 1 t i j II I f I I t j 4 CATARRHOURt I fsCriamBalm MI r Yrbbd- H iteW at One It cleafises soothes ieals fchd protects BIt diseased mem ran It cures Go irrh and drives a Ooldfn the TM 11CSenses Re of iiAYltVm DrugorFJjBrothers 5G Warren Street New York StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for hiKhszradebY modern methods Fit guar gnteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailois employed J H HUNSCHEV Casper May k Co Cannelton Ind Put Your Money where It will grow your own control and growjj taster than In any other freotabout how to Bank by allff safely and conveniently from any part of the State Wepay 5 percent Interest annually Our capital se cures you + L H iii ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloverpo O7AM stops at Howard on flag only rrtn at Louisville 725 A M No 112 Oally Mall anti UzpressleavesOIo at all way etatione-r1yeeLoulavllle1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Olo erport 450 pm stops at all way stations ut of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at oulfTllle 735 pm Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Olo erport accommodation arrives Gloverport 4S n m No 118 Express Saturday only leaves loverport 8C8 p m arrives Louisville 1125 Samleranch Bartles and Howard WEST BOUND NoJ47 Dally except Sunday Oloverport ucoltun eaves Clovorport 600 a m- ir Evansville 900 a m Train No 111 Dally fast mall and express eaves Glover ert 1043 a m stops only at lawesvllle Cewlsport Maceo Owensboro tanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar lve Oloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo rerport 1108 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A1L fit Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo Ttrport 925 am arrives Evansvllle 12 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping and reclining chair cars on trains ItS and 48 between Louisville ardSt Louts FordSYille Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Hzaday leaves ordsvllle430 nraves Irvington 840 leavelllordavtUrII p xiTrala No 8 Sunday onlY FordVrltle530a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND leave1rvirton1956am PmTrain No 5 Dally leaves livington 650 al arrives Fordsvllle 940 D m bootrfee It Takes Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body it is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsate and send the blood through your veins it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest food your kidneys to filter the blood and the liver to secrete bile In fact nerve force is the power that runs your body so if you feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or eat well have pain or misery anywhere your nerves are weak and your system run down ffo restore this Vitality take Dr Miles Nervine which will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves For eighteen years Dr Mlles Nervlne and AntiPain Pills ave been- my cl companions Early In married life while raising children my nerves became all wornout could not atoep had no appetite Indigestion wry bad and had such awful diDs Then I began using Dr HIleS- ervine and at once I began to 1m peeve and soon found myself la Defect health MRS S L YOUNG r 4 Ptttaburc St New castle lea Mil Nervlne Is sold by yw bidewill benefitraifeItfalls Ute HWrsfMnd yr money Mili Medical Co Elkhart lad A HEASTY WELCOME when we took charge We placed them upon the best basis ever before known and equal to those Jn the most progressive states In America Kentucky IIs the most generous tate of all In the appropriation of he revenues which she gives to the cause of education Out of her 60 cents tax rate Shp glrea26 cents to the pub lie schools and normal schools one halt cent to the state college and 2 cents to the sinking fund to pay the Interest on school bonds making 21 cents to that cause leaving only 9 cents for all the general expenses o the commonwealth In all of its branches and its public Institutions Many of the counties of the state have a higher rate than that for their county expenses In a few years with the present progress if the Democratic party is continued In power we will have a school system equal to the best in the country Can anyone point to a single thin done by the Republican administration for the benefit of education The only thing It did was in 1899 when the state campaign was on and It padded the figures and created a large deficit in the fund the following year in order to show as large a per capita as possible for the campaign New Capitol a Fin Structure We have nearly finished a new Itol building coating for the complete- structure one mlllioa and a quarte- of dollars In beauty and magnifi cents it Is unquestionably the hand somest capitol to be found In any of the Southern states It will be ex celled by few if any of the other cap Itol buildings in the country It will not be inferior in architecture and beauty to the new Pennsylvania cap itol built by a Republican adminis tration at a cost of 13000000 When compared to the cost per cubic foot of every capitol built in the past gen eration in any state the Kentucky capitol has cost less than any In fact only about half of what the lowest in other states have cost It is pronouno ed by all who have seen it as a su perb structure and splendidly built To the criticisms of our enemies we need only answer Go and look at It The marvel iIq that so much could have been done and done so well for the money used When completed in a few months It will be a building worthy of the pride of our people and of the admiration of all who behold It The Republican candidates in their I scarcity of campaign material have tried to revive a miserable old slander about the employment of an architect That question has been thoroughly met and answered before the people The building cost 1250000 and the site nearly 40000 making 1290000 cost of site and structure We shall pay the architect who designed and planned who constantly superintends and watches its construction 61000 for his services or barely 4 per cent of the cost Every other state paid its architect 5 per cent That is what the government and every other con oem pays a firstclass architect Mr Wlllson borrows an old false hood for use in his campaign which has long since been exposed about a certain man who offered to furnish plans for a capitol at 16000 and that our board turned down his proposition We did and we would do it again if the matter was before us If this man should offer to do It for nothing we would not accept it because his rec thatheport of the Texas capitol commission tells how he tried to rob that state as the architect of the capitol Mr Willson knows the record of the man and I am surprised to learn that he thinks Myers ought to hate been chosen If he was governor and My ers is his kind of architect and ha ra Myerss kind of governor then we might have had in Kentucky a similar experience to the Republlcan built cap itol of Pennsylvania Republican Campaign One of Lies In every campaign where I have met them the Republican candidates have seemed to be actuated by the overwhelming conviction that a false hood told to a hundred people was thq best campaign argument if oply fifty of them should ever hear the correction of it Defeated every time when they have made such a fight it Is surprising therefore that they have not profited by experience and pitched this campaign upon a higher plane He and his associates have been far back in the mountains trying to im pose these wellknown slanders upon the good people there Two others especially have they used one about the public printing work and the other about fees paid to attorneys In places far from the railroads isolated and hard to reach they have repeated these charges hoping that no Demo cratic speakers or representatives would ever get there to correct the false impressions- In the mountain county of Letcher where It is a days horseback ride from the county seat to a railroad he told with earnestness and vigor that these Democrats at Frankfort had agreed to pay the architect 85000 when he knew or ought to have know such to be untrue He or Ids companion candidates in an effort to catch some Confederate voters told hat it was a Republican member of the General Assembly who Introduced the bill to establish the Confederate Home when they knew or ought to have known that the records showed luch to be untrue Many other similar instances could be named They have repeated the lid charge about extravagance in the payment of public printing bills when they know that a Republican attorney fcMisral approved the bill about which Ir1LJ31ftrF JesfhllilliG I restlgattTlfiT commute comprewrr ex onerated the members of the board from all blame and reported that ev lathing had been dope In accordance with the law and the contract and that the state fiscal court by Us decil sion had also vindicated the notion o the board Owing to the large in therstate a great deal more printing ha been needed under this administration than under the Republican adminis tratlon and yet the average cost un der that was greater than jt has been under this The annual average cos during their term was 4618106 while 1the annual average under eight 1nf eluding the 28000 about which the complain has been 4361315 showin 256791 less per year under Democratic than under Republican admin istration At no time in its history has the states printing been done so cheaply as it has been under the Democratic administration On some items of the contracts the public printer n ogmany others he has to do it at a loss It is not fair therefore to pick out certain items upon which he makes a profit and judge of the whole by that Reviewing Already Exploded Charge Another of these old charges which they have resurrected to do service for them in this campaign Is In regard to the payment of attorneys fees thde rceive the people about it They recently stated at Mayavllle that we had paid out 159000 In attorneys fees I shall be fairer than they are and tell them that we paid out more than that The records show that since I became governor we have paid out for that purpose 17390214 But to make up that amount they have to put In the fee he paid Captain Calhoun of 7119995 for collecting the old Civil war claims amounting to 1324000 which has been explained so often and so fully to the people that I shall not take up time with it now It has beep shown that Kentucky through Captain Calhoun collected her claims at less cost than that paid by another y state for similar collections that the fee paid was a little over 5 per cent while no other state paid less than 10 per cent and some them as high as 25 per cent So ofII has been in all the collections he has made for Kentucky or Kentucky sol diers his fees have been less than those paid by any other state anIand is not properly chargeable to this amount When subtracted from it there is left 10270219 In that amount too for which the Republl can candidates try to hold us account able Is 2016784 which we paid on contracts made by Governor Brown Governor Bradley W S Taylor and W J Hendrick with which we had nothing to do It should also be de ducted from the above amount and 1 it leaves 8253535 the fair amount for which we should be accountable in the customary conduct of this work That much for eight years makes an annual average of 1031678 certainly a most reasonable amount upon which to conduct this business It should be remembered too that since the passage of the railroad rate law In 1900 the railroads with the ablest of counsel have contested every inch of the law through the state and federal courts and it has been necessary for us to employ good counsel In each instance to uphold the laws validity and these fees have augmented toll amount Is it fair therefore for them to pad this amount with items which do not properly belong to It especially amounts contracted for under other administrations I have explained these matters with which the people have been made acquainted in prevl ous campaigns merely to show the character of campaign now being con ducted by the Republican candidates who have shown their willingness to distort ttv facjs and peryyt the re Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of wry animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle togs horses etc depend sa their tm to keep them well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine keep their livers working and therefore keeps thea well BlackDraught Stock and Poul try Medicine Is i pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowel It prevents and cures Hog Cfeci tra Chicken Cholera Colic Dttemper Coughs CoUt Ce Appet11i1Wutfnc IBM Stock dlfcMSM It to a perfect mtMdu let fed eral tara M Try it 1VPrice 25c for a large can at alltiggtil and dt1ta ords In order to UeceiVB tna povpim It is certainly unworthy of men who seek high offices In the commonwealth to go out Into remote places and peddle such monstrous and wellknown deceptions The only possible excuse befto admit that It they confined them selves to the truth about the Demo havesto praise It and to praise It would eliminate every chance they have of election Shall Not Evade the Issues shalltevade This Democratic ad everyspledge It ever m to the people and when It closes Its term at the end of pointgsingle Instance where it haa been faithless to its trust It haa managed the public Institutions of the state better than ever before When the Republicans were In coa trot the conduct of the two peniten tiaries was the worst ever known and they were a great burden upon the taxpayers Since they came under the control of a Democratic board a revolution and reformation have bees accomplished in their condition Now Instead of costing the state large sums to maintain them they are self sup porting and cost us nothing Excel lent Improvements and advancement have been made too in the manage ment of all our charitable Institutions Never before have they been more economically and successfully con trolleda wide difference from the unfortunate condition In which we found them In 1900 Great Progress In Past Eight Years What has the administration done toward the material and Industrial welfare of the state It may be safe IIly said that in the last eight years greater progress has been made than In the thirty years preceding that time It may be shown too that more capital has been fnvesU 3 fn the slate In any one year of the last tour yean of Democratic administration than was invested in the entire time that the Republicans were in power This would not happen if business people did not have confidence in the state government and In the enforcement of lawsWhat has the administration done for the farmers and agricultural Inter ests More than was ever done for them before In all the preceding ad ministrations together It has put life and vigor into the agricultural depart ment of the state and made It a liv ing active force for usefulness The vast good it has done Is well known to the farmers This Democratic admin istration has also given to the farmers and tobacco raisers a law that more effectively enables them to fight the trusts Every Intelligent and fair minded farmer in the state can tes tify to the fact that this administration has not neglected their interests but has done more than all others to build up and advance their business j recognizing that our farmers consti tute such a splendid citizenship What has it done for the miners and mines of the state Go look at th statistics and find the answer The mineral production of Kentucky has about doubled under this Democratic administration and new mines are be ing opened up as fast as labor can be found to work them Fewer strikes and serious difficulties of that kind have happened here than elsewhere In several Instances the administra tion has Interposed sucessfully its ser vices to bring about peaceful adjust ment of the differences In Its gen eral attitude it has been so fair and Impartial between these two forces that each could see It had a Just friend In the Democratic administration Cause of Temperance Promoted What has it doii3 for the great cause of temperance in which our peo pie are so deeply Interested It pass ed and put Into operation the county unit bill a measure which gives to each county and to each city of the first four classes the right to decide whether or not intoxicating liquors shall be sold in Its territory It does away with the precinct unit and makes the county the unit except as to the larger cities It has been in operation only a little over one year and yet in that time thirtyfive counties haveI voted out intoxicating liquors entirely making in addition to the fiftyeight counties already dry ninetythree out of the 119 counties In the state abso lutely under the local option law A large part of the remaining twentyI six counties are also under that law Washington Named Republics i Ticket You have nothing to expect of the Republican tlbket It was nominated from Washington by the Federal Revenue Association The edict was sent from there that Mr Wlllson should bo nominated for governor and every opponent he had for the nomination promptly withdrew- I do not attack the Republican people of Kentucky I believe in the honesty and patriotism of the masses of that party I have lived among them associated with them and have many warm friends among them In the many campaigns I have made frequently I have gone into strong Re publican counties and made political speeches to audiences composed of more Republicans than Democrats and in all of that experience I have never yet met with the slightest act of discourtesy or disrespect from the Re publican people It they did not agree with me in opinion they yet treated me with respect It is not against them that I wage this contest but against those of their leaders who have misled and deceived them It IB a notorious fact that the party organization of the Republican party in Kentucky has for years been con trolled by those who had at heart more the question of the distribution of fed oral patropagethan the geae ra wel fare or the parry or ornr T nT m wealth I state this proposition with out fear of successful contradiction the Republican masses of Kentucky and especially of the mountains have fared better under Democratic admin- Istration than they did under Repub lican administration Glad to Leave Governor Office My long term of nearly eight yearsI as governor of this great common wealth is drawing to a close In De ember next I shall retire from it I duties and responsibilities It Is bee for me that It should be so for the burden of It has borne more heavily upon me than might be supposed The office of governor Is one of great honor but It Is also one of great drudgery and anxiety In those nearly eight years I have worked hard and faithfully to serve my state and its splendid people By a terrible tragedy the awful responsibilities of the office fell upon me unexpectedly and sud denly I have often thought that som of my unkind critics were right when they said I was too young and too in experienced for the situation But what I lacked in age and practice I have faithfully tried to make up tin earnestness of purpose and devotion to duty With what measure of suc cess my efforts have been attended It is for the Just and fairminded peo pie of Kentucky to say Without claiming any credit for what has bun accomplished I can at least rejoice when I turn over the office to my suc cessor in contemplating the vast dif ference In the condition of affairs now from what they were in the days of gloom and sorrow when I first became governor To Its successors this administration will have the gratifica Lion at the close of this year of pus ing the government of the commonwealth In the most prosperous condi tion It ever enjoyed and Its people happier and more contented than ever before Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected withI a prescription known to druggistsI everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is en tirely dne to its Restorative action up on the controlling nerves of the Stomac- etc A weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpitation or in termittent pulse always means weak Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves Strengthen these inside or controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly 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 STEPHENSPORT Deferred from lost week Mrs Ida Johnson and children of Louis ville are guests of her parents Mr an CrawfordeSchool openedpiere Monday with C W Payne as ttacher and Miss Baker assis lance Mr and Mrs John Rhodes of Bran denburg were guests of their daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt Sunday Little Harry Nevit came down from Brandenburg Sunday and spout the da with his parents Mr and Mrs Dr Nevtt Mrs E R Blame has returned from a trip to New York Norfork Va and Washington D C Mrs Sallie Bennett is repairing her property out on second street Mrs Stanley Connor is improving slowlyMrs John Adair of Ijawesville spent a few day here last week with her hus band and attende the fair a Hardins burg Mrs Alta Mays and son Lawerence are guests of her sister Mrs P D HawkingsAfter few weeks vacation Miss Ida Jarretts smiling face is seen behind the counter of Mrs G W Paynes Mrs John Stites is in n critical con dition with hemorrages of the lungs Miss Maggie Withers of New Bethe was the guest of Mrs Scott Bell Satur day and Sunday To check a cold quickly get from yonr druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventica Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safebnt decidedly certain and prompt Pre ventica contain no quinine tolaxative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventica will prevent Pnenmonia Bronchitis La Grippe eta Hence the name Pre ventics Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 eta Sold by All Deale- esGARRETT Deferred from last week Walter Gray of Brandenburg was here Sunday tho guest of Miss Mary Lee Thornnberry Mrs Rosa Shacklett and children Miss Lon and Appand Mrs Ava Burch were guests Sunday of Tim Clary and wife While cutting on a log John Burch ac cidently hit his horse in the head cutting it very badly Mrs W H Dhonau will have her sale Thursday Sept 19 A large crowd from here attended that Hardinsburg Fair Wednesday and Thura day R H Dowell and family spent Sunday with his father Dick Dowell of Ekron Born to the wife of Fred Foushee Sept 1 a seven pound girl Ruther Meadow of Nicholson Kansas will arrive here Sept 12 to be present at his sisters Mrs W H Dhonau sale tQty Francis Richie is in Louisville to bl treated for deafness Alex Montgomery and Mrs Julia Ricketts were married at St Martins 30ILost And Found yesterdayIand noon toaay a bilious attack with foesewas occasioned by finding at Severs drag store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed for biliousness malaria and jandice 250 Henderson Route Directors ReElected Louisville Ky Sept 3 The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Louisville Henderson tit Louis Railroad Company was held at the Columbia Trust building today and tho foUowswAttillaMapother J H Ellis Harry Weissln ger John L Helm Marshall Bullitt Otto Marx and Oscar Fenley Attilla Cox held the proxies of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company which owns 318335 of the 12 000000 common stock and 706081 of the preferred stock In order to make the annual report up in accordance with the recent rulings of the Interstate Commerce Commission it was de v layed but will be ready for publication in a few days The new board of directors will at Ilater date meet and reelect the old pressh Mapother president L W Botts treasurer and Ridgely Cayce secretary DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is goad for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is espec ially good for wiles Sold by all drug gists BLACK JACK NOTES Deferred from last week Mr R Lamb attended the Hardins burg fair and visited his nephew Jita Tabor while there Mrs Mollie Sherlock of Ekron is spending this week with her brother Tv F Miller Simpson Downs who is working in Indiana has come home for a few days visitSeveral from here attended that Hardisburg Fair Wednesday Mesdames Mary Lamb and Lizzie Mrs4tNannie daughteryof Ekron spent Thursday with Mrq LambMisses Lillie and Dona Miller have returned from a most delightful visit with Lucy Tabor of Hardinsburg- Dr Hardesty was at Paynesville a few days last week Mrs Sallie Sipse is on the sick list The social given at J W Downss In honor of Simpson Downs of Romney Ind Monday night was enjoyed by a number of young folks Mrs Mollie Sherlock of Ekroiu spent from Friday until Monday with Mrs Bettie Wright- A little daughter Vanna Fountain has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Foushee of Stony Point Mr France is in Louisville under treatment for catarrh of the head Misses Bertha and Mable Foushee of Hill Grove attended the Hardinsburg Fair Wednesday- T F Miller went to Vine Grove Thursday on business Mrs Nettie Helf and little daughter Florence of Ekron spent severalldays with her mother Mrs Nannie Fo- usheeJnlastMr and Mrs John Sipse spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Fred Foushee of Stony Point Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett were in Brandenburg last week shopping Mrs Bettie Ritchie and daughter Mrs Lena Hambleton spent Thursday with Mrs Ada Dhonau Miss Pearl Shacklett of Ekron has returned home after several days visit with Miss Lou Shacklett Miss Lora Downs was in Flaherty shopping one day last week Fanny Dowell went to Garrett Thurs dayMr and Mrs R Lamb spent Jlast Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jerome Newton near Guston N Mrs Nannie Foushee and daughter Mable spent Monday with Mrs Florence Allen of Stony Point Miss Lonease Montgomery of Big Spring was the guest of Lena Hardesty recently e c J + a4 aSf J 1 Y j t p IA L oBIG SPRING Jack Collins was in Brandenburg last MondayMr Mrs H Meyerwere in LouIs- ville last week Miss Payne of Stithton opened school here Monday Lenard Sells was in Louisville from Sunday until Tuesday Born to the wife of James Humph rey on the 10th a daughter Chas Morris came down from Louis ville l ridnyandremaineduntil Sunday Mrs Achilles Moorman and Bon Ray mood attended the colt show at Bew leyvilla Rev McConnell preached his last sermon here last Sunday for this con ference year Mrs Willie Bee Hynes and little daughter are here visiting Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Mrs Fuller Nail of Elizabetbtown was the guest of her aunt Mrs John H Meador last week Achilles Moorman attended the fair at Hardinsburg and visited his sister at Cloverport before returning home Miss Zelma Strother is in Hodgen ville attending the fair andvisiting Mr and Mrs Larue and relatives Miss Ollie Mae Clarkson has returned home from a months visit to Miss Laura Baker at Hendersonville N C Dr Strother and wife Ben Clarkson and John H Meador attended the fair at Hardinsburg and reported a fine fairMrs John H Meador and daughter Miss Leah have returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs T C Williams of West Point Mr and Mrs Hugh Larue of Hod genville were the guests of Dr Strother as they went and returned from the Hardinsburg fair Shelby Best accidently shot himself Thursday witha shotgun the load taking effet in his lower limbs He is getting along nicely- A B Suter of Custer is quite a fre quent visitor to our town and Madam Rumor has it that he will have nn assis tant cashier in his bank Mr and Mrs John D Meador went to Louisville Monday John returned Wed nesday but Mrs Meador and children will remain with her parents until after the State fair- 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 your stomach At the first indication of trouble take something that will help It along in its work of digesting the food you eat Kodol for In digestion and Dyspepsia c will do this Kodol will make your food do you good and will enable you to enjoy what you eat Sold by all druggists rot RAYHONU Rev I C Algabright filled Rev Bngiiehes place here Sunday W Miss Bettie Mercer left last week for Louisville where she will be employed all winter Grqver Squires of Owensboro spent several dayaof last week with Lawrence ChappellMrs Gus Shacklett Nee Miss Nathe Nelson of Atchison Kansas is visiting her aunt Mrs Leon Cashman After spending several weeks in Indiana Miss Essie Cashman returned to her home last Thursday While gone Miss Essie visited her sisters Mrs R W James of Centerpoint Mrs Collins Shrewsberry Berne and her brother Elisha of Pheonix MAYOR OF SUNBURY Says Peruna Is a Good Medicine Hon 00 Brooks Mayor of Sunburyr Ohio ftlao Attorney for Farmers Bank and Sunbury Building and Loan 00 writesI the utmost confidence In thoI virtue of Peruna Itis a great medicine Ihave need it and I hare knoyrn many of my friends who have obtained bone Octal results from Its use I cannot praise Perun too highly I HON C O BROOKS JTHERE are a host of petty ailments are the direct result of the weatherThis more true of the excessive heat of summer and the Intonso cold of win ter but Is partly true of all seasons of yearWhether It be a cold or a cough ca tarrh of the head or bowel complaint i whether the liver be affected or the kid noys the cause is very liable to be the amoThe weather slightly deranges the j mucous membranes oC the organs and tho result is some functional disease Parana has become a standby In thousands of homes for minor all msnts tI this I TOBINSPORT J Frank Sanders went to Cannelton ThursdayHenry Winchell of Louisville is here this week buss Verna Ryan was in Cannelton tt- a few days this week Mrs Eli Leaf of Moweaqua Ill is visiting relatives here Jack Allen went to Tell City Monday to work for John Rathsatn Hal Weatherholt has sold his farm to his brother Dave for 5600 Will Anspach of Rome was the guest of Miss Nina Weatherholt Sunday Elmer Avery is home from Terre Haute where he has been working Mr and Mrs Will Wheeler of Vin cennes Indare visiting her mother hereMr aid Mrs D H Weatherholt and son Homer of Owensboro are visiting relatives here Phil Winchell wife aut baby of Jonesboro Ark are visiting his father Rev J F Winchell Mrs Florence Goodwin and son Her- Bert of Charleston Mo are visiting relatives and friends here Mrs Joshua Groves of Rome and Mrs Miller of Corydon visited at Capt WeatberhoU a few days this week R Sick Headache This disease is caused by a derangement of the stomach Take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the headache will disappear For sale by Severs Drug Co I HARNED Our school aJ this place is well at tendedThe heaviest hail storm that has been known in this part of the country for many years visited us Saturday after noonand did considerable damage to tobaccoThe Moorman of Big Springs are visiting their aunt Mrs Ethel Moorman of near here Willis Payne is in a serious condition Milton Davis and family went to Hardinsburg Saturday Arthur Goodman of Fordsville was in town Sunday Hunter Henniger of West yiow was in town Saturday Miss Ethel Moorman entertained Friday night in honor of her guests the Misses Moorman of Big Springs NC Webster went to Hardinsburg Saturday on business Born to the wife of Mr Sam Tucker Sunday September 7 a girl W R Sands went to Louisville Mon dayMr and Mrs Allie Weatherford and little daughter of Ohio county are visiting their parents of this place Overton Basham and family of near Hardinsburg visited his parents Mr and Mrs Elijah Basham near this place Monday Mr and Mrs Lee Payne and children of Jeffersonville Ind are visiting his parents at this place Arthur Hughes of Kingswood was in town Monday Mrs Essie Wroe of Mattoon Ill arrived here Saturday evening to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs James Tucker for a few days Mrs Hattie Kirby of Texas is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs W G Payne at this place Rev Green Cundiff filled his regular appointment at Ephesus Sunday afternoon For a Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured in bout onethird the time usually re quired by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and giving it absolute rest For sale by Severs Drug C- oGLENDEANE There is lots of tobacco being cut this week Eloiett Moorman has been visiting at Leitchfield this week E L Robertson shipped a car load of fine hogs this week E L Robertson is done prising the tobacco he has on hand Frank Claycomb of Irvington was here last week on business Miss Ray Heyser of Cloverport is visiting Miss Nell Moorman this week Mrs J B Mattingly is spending a few days at Whitesville this week with her sister Mrs Haynes Mr Cordell of Loganport Indwas down looking at B A Whittinghills place He is a grazing man and handles lots of stock There are a great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly ail the time Their food may satisfy the appetite but it tails to nourish the body simply because the stomach is not in fit condition to do the j work it is supposed to do It cant die gest 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 Indigestion and Dyspepsia a combination of natural digestauts andvegetable acids digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists GARRETT Dr Smith and wife spent Sunday with her parents in Ifouisville Miss Hattie Redman who has typhoid fever is much improved Mr and Mrs Matt Scifres spent Wednesday with J J Scifres and familyMiss Luella Miles and brother John are visiting friends and relatives in Louisville Several from here attended the picnic at Flaherty Saturday and reported a delightful time Mr and Mrs Wm Ritchie and children spent one day last week with Geo Bunger and family Mr and Mrs J J Scifres and child ren spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents in Hardin county Mrs Allen Saunders and mother Mrs Amelia Sipse and Mollie Shack lett spent Thursday with Mrs Losh MillsW P Elder received a letter from his grand daughter in Tulsa I T and says she is well pleased in her Western homeMr and Mrs Fladge Corbett and children spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs John Pike near Irvington 1 he Touch That Heals Is the touchof Bnokleas Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers ana healing balsams ever compounded No matter how old the sore or nicer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles it has no equal Guaranteed by Severs Drag Co 25c Harvey Ditto is ill of typhoid fever at his home at Brandenburg TILE TEXAS WONDER Ctires all Kidney Bladder and Rhpu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mall for f1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estlmonials CHENAULT Several from here attended the colt show at Rhodelte Saturday Charlie Smith of Rockport Ind was here last week buying apples Rev Roberts of Stephensport held his regular service at Getliesmena Sun day Misses Susie and Eva Warren are attending school at St Thresieas Academy Mrs Guy E Burch and children of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J B Frymire Miss Katherine Roberts who has been visiting friends in Rockport Ind returned home last week Miss Violet Bosley who has been visiting friends at Bowling Green and Louisville returned home Sunday The ice cream supper given at La Hant Fridaynight was quite a success and was enjoyed by all who attended Mrs G B Cunningham went to Irvington Friday to see her granddaughters Nannie Lee Gardner who is sick Mrs Grover Mitchell and child who have been visiting her aunt Mrs F J Jarboe have returned to her home atMooleyvilleMrs Scott and daughter Mabel Brodie who spent the summer months with her mother Mrs Zerilda Brodie left Sunday cur Gulf Port Mississippi where she will join her husband NEWS 25c for 3 Alontlf WANTEDAccount f new law infused DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESSIouaEv- ansville T Farfucah and St Louis Draughons Telegraphy students tor special arrangement use railroad wires Draughons Co homo office Nashville Tenn has 30 COlleges In ystates 3eeooo oo capital 8000 students annually S years 1 success BUSINESS men say DmughonS is TIlE BEST THREE months studyIng nook keeping or ShOrthand by Draulthonl COPYRIGHTED methods equals SIX elsewhere Draughon also has 3000 students learning IV MAIL Write for prices on Home study POSITIONS secured ormoney buk Catalogue P R B B 3 Miller Brick Tile Co1 Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky r WEFILLTHE BILLFrom the Cradle to the Grave Many People Think It Impossible UT we do it all the same We furnish the goods to make babys dresses and the cradle to rock him in Then we follow that baby into manhood or woman 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 Kodol 30THOUSANDTELEGRAPHERS Garfield Kentucky FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT SowStomachIe1ch1n6 For laotaohlWnt trjhWitts Klrfwj 111dtlerPNlsSsrssslieih MirAKID ONLY AT TNa LABOBATOW or- E C DaWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For Sale by all DrugfVsta 1 l I Mass ConventionoftheRepublican Party I IOfBreckenridge County Ky Will be Held at the is Court House in Hardinsburg on Saturday September 21 at 1 p in I For the Purpose of Nominating a Candidate for Representative I Itobe voted for at the November Election 1907 is CA11 Republicans Independent Voters and all others who want a change in State Affairs are cordially invited to I attendand participate in the Convention C We want the fullest and freest expression of the people in the selection I of the candidate for Representative G This will be the Biggest Convention ever held in the County IIBy Order of the County Committee of the R cublican Party iiiii s 4 I J oJ Ii 14M ir3 It ji f 4 JiAAjo Ii JMi+ eau i I I