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Digital page images are linked to the text file. liikHEAr BRECKENRIDGE NEWS rr raperof a i bment PRINThadt VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907 8 Pages NO IZ i I t I I tlW t1at atm u alta 4d 4n I snle leye yene nee nele lea vatni 08on 0de dene neat atoD oDon oned edhe led I w ed 4 byes ese o rsk rsY e rig I I COMMITS SUICIDE r Peyton R Henderson Ends c Life With Revolver at His Home in Louisville Dr Peyton R Henderson formerly xjfjjreckenrfdge county ended his life by twice shooting himself Wednesday September 25 at his home in Louis vile Dr Henderson had been a suf ferer of rheumatism for several years Jleworried greatly over his condition fearing that he would become depend ent upotf his family The family had just finished supper when Dr Hender son went to his room and on hearing the pistol shots his wife rushed to his side just in time to catch the dying man Wl her arms A physician was sum iioned immediately and every thing was done to revive him but all in vain Dr Henderson was fiftyone years old He went to Louisville when eighteen years old and entered the medical department of the University of Louisville from which he was grad uated and given his M D degree four years later After practicing three years in Louisville he took a special postgraduate course in surgery at a New York college Dr Henderson was married in 1879 to Miss Rose Shanks a daughter of the late Thomas Shanks who was for years sheriff of Jefferson county He is survived by his widow two daugh ters Misses Olive and Louise Hender son both weltknown school teachers and a son Hugh Henderson He is also survived by a sister Mrs Edward Foot of Owensboro and by the follow ing half brothers and sisters Mrs J H Conly of Birmingham Ala Mrs G W Jolly of Owensboro R E Hen derson ot Boston Mass and Mrs Nora Board T B Henderson and L E Henderson all of Irvington BIG SPRING Daniel Wilson has moved his family 6 Louisville y w eDr Duncan thedentistwilUbehere October 4 for a week Born to the wife of Foster BLyons on September 18 a son Kit Meymoth the popular Knight of The Grip was here Monday C C Martin was at Hardlnsburg at tending County Court Monday Mrs E A Strother is visiting rela tives and friends at Hodgensville Misses Vennie and Verda Moorman visited the Mammoth Cave last week June Payne and his sister of Bewley villeattended the social Saturday night Rev McConnell left for Columbia Monday to attend the annual conference Mrs Harvey Jenkins of Glendale Is here with her sister Mrs Foster Lyons I Miss Ollie Mae Clarkson is visiting her sister Mrs H H Kemper at Irv ingtonSam Armes was in Louisville last week Visiting his brother and attending the Fair Mr and Mrs A A Scott and daugh ter Mary Elnora were in Brandenburg Thursday + pMrs Dock Berry of Vine Grove was here to see her mother Mrs Wisehart last week R S Dowel spent last week with his soninlaw Carrol Claycomb of i near Rosetta John D Meador wife and children returned Saturday from a visit to her parents in Louisville Mrs Jess Clarkson and daughter Lizzie are visiting her daughter Mrs Hungerland in Louisville Alex Scott was in Louisville last week attending the Post Masters Convention and visiting his brother Tom Scott Mr and Mrs Owen Kasey of Owens borocame Sunday to spend a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Taylor KaseyAdolph Montgomery and sister Miss Louise attended the State Fair and his sister remained for a weeks visit with relativesMiss Payne who is teaching school here went to her home at Stith ton and remained until Sunday afternoon She was accompanied by Miss Edna Dowell i Miss Ollie Mae Clarkson onterteined with one of the Ladies Aid Socials and there were quite a number present rAfter writing the most unlucky event iip your life Shelby Best was awarded if he prize T refreshments consisted o crem oikeandjjemonade GOOD ATTENDANCE During First Month of Cloverport High SchoolinstituteThis Report of Cloverport High School for the month ending September 27 Pu pils who are entitled to have their names on the honor roll must be per fect in attendance and make an av erage of 90 per cent in their recita tions during the month Number of pupils according to cen sus 475 Number enrolled 251 Average in daily attendance 220 HIGH SCHOOLiSenior year Harold Murray Junior yearNone on account of ir regular attendance Sophomore yearVirginia McGavock Mildred Babbage Katie Wroe Mark ParetteFreshman year Susette Sawyer Leonora McGavock Audrey Perkius Eloise Nolte Claudia Pate Martha Miller PREPARATORY Eighth gradeZelpah Gilliland Randall Weatherholt Seventh gradeEula McCracken Rosa Newton Bertha Perkins Frances Sawyer Eldred Babbage Lawrence Lynch Byron Whitehead Homer Mor risonSixth Grade Isabelle Burn Ger trude Gregory Josie Hall Mamie Hawkins Mary Kinder Ressa Miller Ina Bell Morrison Mary McGavock Pauline Nicholas Eda Wisenberg Ebard Noble Charles Satterfield Frank WeatherholtINTERMEDIATE Fifth gradeLewis Miller Johnnie Lynch Tula Babbage Fourth gradeJessie Hemphill Mary Benton Effie Robinson Maud Hall William Warren Seaton Earl Bohler Third gradeAmbrose Carter For rest Gilliland Hudson Bohler Lillian McCracken Grace Pauloy Lelia Tuck er Louise Nicholes Emma Wilson Louise Whitehead Eva Weatherholt Cammie Combs Lillian Dougan Mary Pate PRIMARY Second gradeZivola Kramer Mon nie Moorman Addie McGavock Emily Reid Beatrice Noble Edith Wilson Virgil Bowlds Joe D Morrison Hal bert Perkins Hamman May Joseph BaUman Samuel Hendrickson First gradeEva Keys Maud Gar ret Eva Wroe Kathleen Squires Eugene Furrow Clarence Bishop Ce lestal OConnell Clelland Bishop Roy Mullen Harold Lewis Lawrence Ball man Charlie Hall O B Mattingly Dewey Hemphit- tBegnnersWiUie Perkins Selby Mc Cracken Raymond OConnell William Reid Jessie Hall Katie D Kramer Clara Seaton Beulah Pate Visitors Rev B M Currie L V Chapin Mrs Hawkins Mrs James Lewis Mrs Joseph BaUman Miss Clara Dyer Mrs A M Tate Miss Cornelia Allen Pain anywhere pain in the head painful periods Neuralgia toothache all pains can be promptly stopped by a thoroughly safe little Pink Candy Tablet Known by Druggists every where as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Pain simply means congestionundueb- lood pressure at the point where pain exists Dr Shoops Headache Tablets quickly equalize the unnatural blood pressure and pain immediately dep rU Write Dr Bhoop Racine Wis and get a free trial package Large box 25 cts Druggists Dies In Owensboro Mrs Maraca Taylor wife of Mark Taylor of Owensboro died Saturday afternoon September 28 and wasburied Sunday afternoon age 81 years Mrs Taylor was formerly a Brecken ridge county girl having left here thirty four years ago She is survived by a husband and four chlldrenMrs M E Burdette James William and Henry Mrs ElishaColins attended the funeral Summoned To Court Harry Behrman solicitor for Chicago portrait Co was summoned before the City Courtfor selling without license The case was called and dismissed Little Girl Suffers Little Miss Rosa Sippol met with a painful accident Monday at schoool While playing during the recess period she fall and broke her collarbone j WHICH IS WHICH I Photo by nrablindtI The above halftones are pictures of Mrs James Stith and Mrs Allen Kingsberry who are twin sisters They re semble each other so much that even their best friends can hardly tell them apart Their eyes are of the same color and their hair has the same tinge of brown Both Mrs Stith and Mrs Kingsberry have a charming manner that has made for them many friends FALL TRADEEXTRA GOOD Merchants Are Doing A Fine Business In Cloverport The merchants of this city have received a large portion of their fall goods and are having a splendid trade The eason is opening with good prospects and every body seems to have the cash The milliners are having a rush on their readjrtpwear lines and their pattern hats arei all 9lIm ell for and ordered The correct things In the way of clothes can be purchased in this Jl town and at more reasonable prices than in the city For Chronic Diarrhoea While in the army of 1863 Iwas token with chronic diarrhoea says George M Felton of South Gibson Pa I have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief until Mr A W Miles of this place persuaded and to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy one bottle of which stopped it at once For sale by Seven Drug Co River Too Nigh To Replace Cofferdam The cofferdam In Salt river put down by the Henderson Route to enable them to get a reliable foundation for the cen tral pier for their new bridge gave way Saturday morning while a large force of men were at work within and about it but no one was hurt The river Is now so high that replacing the Cofferdam will be out of the question for the present HARNED Protracted meeting closed Monday eveningGE Tucker and Joe McCrume spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Several from here attended the bap tising at Lost Run Sunday afternoon Miss Kittie Meador left Friday for Owensboro where she will attend school Mrs Sarah Jameson of Owensboro visited Mrs Laura Eoothe and family FridayMiss Jennie Payne who is teaching ifNew Bethel spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs Sallie Wilson has returned home after a weeks visit to friends and rela tives at West Point Miss Essie Rowe left Saturday for her home in Mattoon Ill accompanied by her sister Miss Pinkie Tucker Mrs Steve Basham and Mrs Scott Bruiqgton have returned home after a weeks visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Rue Meador has returned home after a few days visit to her cousins Mr and Mrs K E Tucker near HardinsburgSupt visited our school Wed nesday All welcomed him and trust he will call again as part of the school was absent that day For Miss Mattingly Mrs Ben Ridgewav gave a hay ride Tuesday night of last week in honor of her sister Miss Bertha Mattingly of Hdnderson The guests were Misses Ree and Martha Willis Reba Lewis and Annie May and Bertha Mattingly and Mr Carter ACCEPTS THE NOMINATION Will Not Use Money or Whisky to Influence VotesA Clean Man With a Clean Record To the Publicv When I was nominated for Representative I was in Louisville pn business and did not return home until Sunday night At the time I left home on Thursday it was generally understood that another man would be selected as the candidate As a matter of fact the nomina tion was offered to him on the day the convention met and he de clined it- Under these circumstances I naturally desired to consult with my friends over the county Having done so and they having ad vised me that I should and must make the race I accept the nomina tion though my relatives are very much opposed to it I stated to those I consulted as I now frankly say to the public that I will not under any circumstances use any money or whisky to influence or buy the election nor will I authorize or permit it to be done for me My race shall be clean and free from abuse and ill feeling Owing to the fact that only a month intervenes until tho election I will not be able to make a complete canvass but will see all the voters possible The attention of the people is called to the platform adopted by the convention which I fully indorse Very respectfully T 0 JOHN P HASWELLJRI INSTITUTE OPENS LARGE ATTENDANCE Excellent Array Of Talent For Weeks Exercises 00 l Teachers Present 1 I I Hardinsburg Sept H0SpPcial The County Teachers Institute con SupIerintendent A1 Kitnatnan of the State Normal at Bowling Green is the instructorSTnidTias made a most favorable impression upon the teachers Miss Nellie Cshmah was elected Secretary of the Institute and Mrs Thomas H Withers is the organist TAR FORK i Mrs O W Rice is on the sick list Sam Beavin and Dan Askins have re turned to Louisville Mrs T H Bates and son Ivan are visiting in Owensboro Miss Lessie Newton was the guest of Miss Irene Robbins Saturday night Frank Dean is having a nice lot of lumber cut J N Chancellors mill is doing the work Miss Bernice Barbee and little sister Opal were the guests of Miss Mathes and May Burden Sunday- S M Elmore has purchased a pair of threeyearold mules from Sam Jackson Consideration unknown Mr Garfield Burden of Cloverport has moved to Jolly Station where he has purchased the property of the late Dr Lynch Rev Corley of Pellville preached a 1pringchurchwas present The party at WH Robbins in honor nightwastime I Rev George Jones of Pellville filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday He was accompanied by his dajughter Miss Gracie Mr and MrsAsher Newby and children Rev Geo Jones and daughter Miss Gracie and Stylia Keenan visited W H Robbins and family Sunday Clarence Hinton and sister Mis Annie after a brief visit to relatives and friends of this community returned to their home at Louisville Their younger brother Vachiel accompanied themThe dwelling and store house of Ryan Tabeling at Tarfork is rapidl- nearing the completion and we under stand that Mr Ryan will move back this o old home and take charge of the storeBennie S Jackson of Kingswood College was at home last week on the the sick list Mr Jackson speaks in the highest terms of the school He re turned to Kingswood Sunday accom panied by Misses Mary Jackson Ellen Smith LURe Jackson Shellio Laslie Messrs Ivan Robbins and Walter Bland J t MARRIES A- CLOVERPORT GIRL Mike Siem And Miss Ollie Beavin United In Marriage An interesting romance culiminated in the wedding of Mr Mike Siem and Niss Ollie Beavin which took place this morning at eight oclock in the St Rose Catholic church in this city Father Celestine Brey officiated in the ceremony Mr Stems home was formerly at Serd Russia where he left his heart six years ago On his voyage he plan ned to return after a few years to get his Russian bride but time passsed and when he was ready for her she was not willing to leave her home and folks and he was not willing to leave America However it all turned out for the best and Mr Seems heart crossed the deep blue sea and turned completely to the American lady Cupid soon got busy worked up a courtship between him and Miss Ollie Beaum a Cloverport girl and the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm BeavinThe bridal couple will make their home at this place where Mr Siem has a tailoring and cleaning establishment Congratulations It is a matter of universal gratification that the greatest prosperity the largest atteudance and the brightest outlook in its history is now being enjoyed by the Bowling Green Business University at Bowling Gree Ky The institution is to be congratulated on its continued and increasing success and usefulness Public Reception The ladies and gentlemen of Clover port and adjoining country are invited meet Mr Willson Republican caqdi Ito for Governor at Capt Rowlands residence from 530 p m to 630 p m Tuesday October 8 Conference Appointments adjournedlastap pointments for the Owensboro district RF Hayes Presiding Rider Settle Memorial F M Thomas Breckenridge W P Goodson Mainstreet E R Bennett Woodlawn B F Sheffer Owensboro Circuit C F Hartford Hawesville J T Demonbrum Greenville F E Lewis Greenville Circuit E D Lyon Central City J B Adams Cloverport B M Currie Fordsville R D Bennett Calhoun J O Smithson Centertown J W Love Hartford V Elgin Lewisburg G W Shugart Lewisport E E Pate Livermore R H Hartford Yelvington C F Williams Sttphensport F R Roberts South Carrollton W A Grant Rome W C Hayes Sulphur Springs J A Goodman ELIZABETHTOWN DISTRICTS M Miller Presiding Elder A P Lyons presiding elder Elizabethtown supernumerary J G FreemanBardstown and Sanders W R WagnerBradfordsville R E Adams Lebanon C H Prather Lebanon Junction E S Moore Hodgenville and Buffalo JE Lewis Munfordville Circuit E P Deacon Sonora A L Mell Upton R L Tally Loretto J T McCormack McDanicls B A Hunter Springfield J W Lyon Brandenburg A J Bennett Big Spring R T Council Big Clifty to be supplied Buffalo Circuit W E Sutherland Hardinsburg B A Brandon Irvington B F Wilson RoesGibbonsLong Grove R M DeWItt Falls of Rough to be supplied Wolf Creek J H Pawey Cub Run W O Logsdon Leitchfield G W Hummell SmithyConference Missionary Secretary E F Goodson THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estlmonials Morrison Calhoon denUata oflca downstairs 2IS Fourth attest iotitt yaoaea Owenitor Kr 1 D- Ji n 01 i J i t 4t 4I t r L i l I I I I I I I i 1 IiIi II I j l j 1 fl cil t ciI j tj t cii I fii i 4 t i tf Lj f j f I i f i- lt 1- y t1 H 4 3 l y k a- kMSR THE LION AND THE MOUSE By CHARLES KLEIN A Story of American Life Novtttxtd From the Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGHAM COMPANY Mother said she had put everything right ho began I guess she was mistakenYour mother docs not understand neither do you she replied seriously Nothing can be put right until my father is restored to honor and post tionBut why should you punish me be cause my father falls to regard the matter as wo d01 demanded Jeffer son rebelliously Why should I punish myself whj should we punish those nearest and dearest answered Shirley gently The victims of human injustice al ways suffer where their loved ones are tortured Why are things as they are I dont know I know they arethats all The young man strode nervously up and down the room while she gazed listlessly out of the window looking for the cab that was to carry her away from this house of disappointment He pleaded with her- I have tried honorably and failed You have tried honorably and failed Isnt the sting of Impotent failure enough to meet without striving against a hopeless love lie ap proached her and said softly I love you Shirley dont drive me to des peration Must I be punished because you have failed Its unfair Tho sins of the fathers should not be visit ed upon the children But they areIta the law said Shirley with resignation The law he echoed Yos the law Insisted the girl mans law not Gods the same un just law that punishes my father mans law which Is put Into the hands of the powerful of the earth to strike at the weak She sank into a chair and covering up her face wept bitterly Between her sobs she cried brokenly I believed in the power of love to soften your fathers heart I believedl that with GodH help I could bring himI to see the truth I believed that truthI and love would make him see the light but It hasnt I stayed on and on hop Ing against hope until the time hasI gono by anti Its too late to save him too lute Whnt can I do now My go- Ing to Washington Is u forlorn hope nl last mlsornlile forlorn hope and In this hour the darkest of all you ask me to think of myselfmy love your love your Impplncas your future my future Ah wouldnt It be sublime BelflihnesH Jefferson kneeled down beside the chair nnd taking her hand in his triedI to reason with her nod comfort her Listen Shirley he sold do not do something you will surely regret You are punishing me not only because I have failed hut lH riuise you have fall ed too It seiins to me that If you be laved It possible to accomplish so much If you lied so much faith thatt you have lost your faith rather quickly I believed In nothing I had no faith and yet I have not lost hope She shook her head and gently with drew her hand It Is useless to Insist Jefferson Until my father Is cleared of this stall our lives yours anti minemust 1 lie apartSome one coughed and startled they both looked up Mr Ryder had entered the room unobserved and stood watch- Ing them Shirley Immediately rose to her feet Indignant resenting this In trusion on her privacy after she hadI declined to receive the financier Yet she rellectcd quicklyI how could she prevent It lie was at home free to conic and go ns he pleased but she was not compelled to remain In the snore room with him She picked up the few things that lay about and with a contemptuous toss of her head retreated Into the Inner apartment leav ing father and son alone together Hum grunted Ryder senior I rather thought I should find you here but I didnt quite expect to find you onl your knees dragging our pride In the mud Thnts where our pride ought to be retorted Jefferson savagely He felt the humor to say anything no matter what the consequences So she has refused you again eh said Ryder senior with a grin Yos rejoined Jefferson with grow- Ing irritation She objects to my family I dont blame her The financier smiled grimly as ho an Bworod Your family In generalme in particular eh I gleaned that much whe I came In lIe looked toward the door of the room In which Shirley hind taken refuge and as If talking to himself he added A curious girl with an invert ed point of view sees everything dif ferent to others I want to see her be fore she goes He walked over to the door und raised hIM hand ns If he were about to knock Then ho stopped as If ho had changed his mind and turning toward his son he demanded Do you menu to say that she has done with you 1 Yes answered Jefferson bitterly Finally Yes flnallyforcvcrl Docs she mean It asked Ryder senior skeptically Yes she will not listen to mo while has tatlmr la still In DCril I I There was an expression of bar amusement half admiration on the financiers face as he again turned to ward the door Its like her Just like her ho mute teredHe knocked boldly at the door Whos there cried Shirley fro I withinIt IMr Ryder I wish to speak to youI beg you to excuse me came the answer I cannot see you Jefferson Interfered Why do you want to add to the girls misery Dont you think she hasI suffered enough 1 Do you know what she has done said Ryder with pretended indigna nt is useless to insist Jefferson tlon She has insulted me grossly I never was so humiliated In my life She has returned the check I sent her I onII I lit Her fathers a beggar She must take It back Its only flaunting her contempt for me In my face and I wont permit It I dont think her object In refusing that money was to flaunt contempt In your face or In any way humiliate you answered Jefferson She feels she has been sailing wider false colors nnd desires to make some reparation And so she sends me back my mon ey feeling that will pacify me per haps repair the Injury she has done me perhaps buy me Into entering Into her plan of helping her fattier but it wont It only Increases iny determina thou to see her and her Suddenly changing the topic he asked When do you leave us Now nt once that Is Idont know answered Jefferson embar rassed The fact Is my faculties are numbed I seem to have lost my pow er of thinking Father he exclaimed you see what a wreck you have made of our lives Now dont moralize replied his father testily as If your own selfish ness In desiring to possess that girl wasnt the mainspring of all your nc tlous Waring his son out of the room he added Now leave me alone with her for n few moments Perhaps I can make her listen to reason Jefferson stared nt tits fattier as If be feared he were out of his mind What do you mean 1 Are you he ejaculated Gogo leave her to me command ed the financier Slam the door when you go out and shell think weve both gone Then come up again presently Tho stratagem succeeded admirably Jefferson gave the door a vigorous puILand John Ryder stood quiet wait- Ing tor the girl to emerge from sanctuary He did not have to wait long The door soon opened and Shirley came out slowly She had her hat on and was drawing on her gloves for through her window she had caught a glimpse of the cab standing at the Rydernstanding there motionless and she would have retreated had he not Intercepted her I wish to speak to you Miss Ross more he began I have nothing to say answered Shirley frigidly Why did you do this he asked folding out the check moneynshe replied with hauteur- It was yours You earned It ho saidNo I came here hoping to influence you to help my father The work I did was part of the plan It happened to fall my way I took it as a means to get to your heart But it is yours Please take it It will bo useful A Crimln Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its gener ally the result of protracted constipa tion following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the livery pre regularI No slto said scornfully I cnnt tell you bow low I should fall in my own estimation It I took your money Money she added with ringing contempt why thats all there Is to you 1 Its your godl Shall I make your godI my god 1 Nj thank you Mr Ryder Am I ns bad as that he asks wistfullyYou as bad as that she anI swcred decisively- So bad that I contaminate cvqii good money Ho spoke lightly b j she noticed that he winced Money Itself is nothing replied lhe girl Its the spirit that gives it the spirit that receives It the spirit that earns It the spirit that spends it Ift also creates misery Its an engine olf destruction when not properly used It destroys individuals as it does nations i It has destroyed you for it has warp ed your soulI Go on he laughed bitterly I like youmNo you dont Mr Ryder no youi dont for deep down Jn your heart youi know that I am speaking the truthI Money and the power It gives you hasi dried up the wellsprings of your heart He affected to be highly amused attt her words but behind the mask of cal lous Indifference the man suffered Herr words seared him as with a redhott iron She went on In the barbaric ages they fought for possession but they fought openly The feudal barons fought for whatt they stole but it was a fair fight They didnt strike In the dark At least they gave n man a chance for his life But when you modern barons of Industry dont like legislation you destroy iIt when you dont like your judges you remove them when a competitor out bids you you squeeze him out of commercial existenceI You have no hearts you are machines and you are cow ards for you fight unfairly It Is not true It Is not true he pro testedIt Is true she insisted hotly A few hours ago In cold blood you doom ed my father to what Is certain death because you decided It was a political necessity In other words he inter fered with your personal Interests your financial Interestsyou with so many millions you cant count them Scornfully she added Come out into the lightfight In the open At leas let him know who his enemy isi Stop Stop Not another word he cried Impatiently You have diagnosed the disease What of the remedy Are you prepared to reconstruct hu man nature Confronting each other their eyesI met and he regarded her without resentment almost with tenderness He felt strangely drawn toward this wom an who had defied and accused him and made him see the world In a new lightI dont deny he admitted reluct anti that things seem to be as you describe them but It Is part of the process of evolution No she protested It is the work of GodIt evolution he Insisted Ah thats It she retorted youI evolve new Ideas new schemes new tricks you all worship different godsI gods of your own making He was about to reply when there was a commotion at the door and Theresa entered followed by a manservant to carry down the trunk The cab Is downstairs miss saidl the maid Ryder waved them away Imperious Ily He had something further to say which he did not care for servants to hear Theresa and the man precipitate Ily withdrew not understanding but obeying with alacrity a master who never brooked delay In the execution of his orders Shirley Indignant look ed to him for an explanation You dont need them he exclaimed with a quiet smile in which was a shade of embarrassment II came here to tell you that I He stopped as if unable to find words while Shir ley gazed at him in utter astonishment Ah ho went on finally you have made it very hard for me to speak Again he paused and then with an ef fort he said slowly An hour ago I had Senator Roberts on the long distance telephone and Im going to Washington Its all right about your father The matter will be dropped Youve beaten me I acknowledge it Youre the first living soul who ever has beaten John Burkett Ryder Shirley started forward with a cry of mingled joy and surprise Could she believe her ears Was it possible that the dreaded Colossus had capitulated and that she had saved her father Had the forces of right and justice prevailed after all Her face transfigured radiant she exclaimed breathlesslyWhat Ryder you mean that yon are going to help my father Not for his sake for yours he answered franklyIShirley hung her head In her mo ment of triumph she was sorry for allI the hard things she had said to this man She held out her hand to him Forgive me she wild gently It was for my father I had no faith I thought your heart was of stone Impulsively Ryder drew her to him He clasped her two hands in his and looking down at her kindly he said awkwardlySo RqIt was You accom plished the miracle Its the first time Ive acted on pure sentiment Let me tell you something Good sentiment is bad business and good business is bad sentiment Thats why a rich man is generally supposed to have such a hard time getting Into the kingdom of heav en Ho laughed and went on IvoIgiven 10000000 apiece to three unlII versities Do you think Im fool enough to suppose I can buy my way But thats another matter Im going to Washington on behalf of your father becaUso I=want you to marry my son Yes I want you In the family closo t us I want your respect my girl want your love I want to earn it know I cant buy it Theres a wea spot In every mans armor and this iIs mine I always want what I cant get and I cant get your love unless I earn itShirley remained pensive Hoi thoughts were out on Long Island at Massapequa SIte was thinking of thick Joy when they heard the newsher fa mother and Stott She was ithinking of the future bright and glorious with promise again now that tho dark clouds were passing away Sh thought of Jefferson and a soft light came into her eyes as she foresaw happy wifehood shared with him Why so sober demanded Ryder Youve gained your point Your fa ther Is to bo restored to you Youll marry the man you love Im so happy murmured Shirley I dont deserve it I had no faith Ryder released her and took out his watch I leave In fifteen minutes for Washington he said Will you trust me to go alone I trust you gladly she answered smiling at him I shall always be grateful to you for letting me convert you You won mo over last night he rejoined when you put up that fight for your father I made up my mind that n girl so loyal to her father would be loyal to her husband You think he went on that I do not love my son You are mistaken I do love him and I want him to bo happy I am capable of moro affection than people think It is Wall street he added bit terly that has crushed all sentiment out of me- Shirley laughed nervously almost hysterically I want to laugh and I feel tike cry- Ing she cried What will Jefferson say How happy he will be How are you going to tell him 1 In quired Ryder uneasily I shall tell him that his dear good father has relented and No my dear he interrupted you will say nothing of the sort I draw the line at the dear good father act I dont want him to think that it comes from me at all But said Shirley puzzled I shall have to tell him that you What exclaimed Ryder Ac knowledge to my son that I was wrong that Ive seen the error of my ways and wish to repent Excuse me he added grimly Its got to come from him He must see the error of his ways But the error of his way laughed the girl was falling In love with me I can never prove to him that that was wrong The financier refused to be convinced He shook his head and said stub bornly Well he must be put In the wrong somehow or other Why my dear child he went on that boy has been waiting all his life for an opportunity to say to me Father I knew I was in the right and I knew you were wrong Cant you see he asked what a false position It places me In Just picture his triumph Hell be too happy to triumph ob jected Shirley Feeling a little ashamed of his atti tude he said I suppose you think Im very obsti note Then ns she made no reply ho added I wish I didnt care what you thought Shirley looked at him gravely for a moment and then she replied serious ly Mr Ryder youre a great man youre a genius your life Is full of ac tion energy achievement But It ap pears to bo only the good the noble and the true that you are ashamed of When your money triumphs over prin ciple when your political power de feats the ends of justice you glory in your victory But when you do a kind ly generous fatherly act when you win a grand and noble victory over yourself you are ashamed of it It was a kind generous Impulse that has prompted you to save my father and take your son and myself to your heart Why are you ashamed to let him see 1t1 Arc you afraid ho will love you Are you afraid I shall love you Open your heart wide to us Let us love you- Ryder completely vanquished opened his arms and Shirley sprang for ward and embraced him as she would have embraced her own father A soil tary tear coursed down the financiers cheek In thirty yenta he had not felt or been touched by the emotion of hu man affection The dqor suddenly opened and Jefferson entered He started on seeing Shirley In his fathers arms Jeff my boy said the financier re leasing Shirley and putting her handI In his sons Ive done something you couldnt do Ive convinced Miss Green I mean Miss ltossmorethat we are not so bad after all Jefferson beaming grasped his fathers handIFather he exclaimed Thats what I say father echoed ShirleyIThey both embraced the financier until overcome with emotion Ryder senior struggled to tree himself andI made his escape from the room cry Ing Goodby children Im off for WashI IngtonlII THE ENU I J They Make You Feel Goodjj The pleasant purgative effect experienced I by all who use Chamberlains I Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind i which they create makes one feel joyful t Pribe 35 cents Samples free at Severs Drug Store CAPTIVITYI Hakrd to Keep The reason so few moose are seen In captivity In the parks and clrcuse a of the country Is not because they areI naturally too wild to bo domesticated but because they usually do not llv long In captivity said a St Paul man My father was for many years a settler In northern Minnesota and at dlf fercnt times In his experience be ha whiCoh All the animals were captured whet Inastance it took them only a few days to become apparently attached to father and his small farm For two or three weeks ho would keep them fenced it and then would allow them to roam around at will They would bo gone for two or three hours or perhaps halt a day at a time but always came back all right By allowing them the run of the premises this way they mot practically the same conditions as if they were wild in the forest and therefore were always in good health but the moment any of them were shipped to tho city a change was noticeable Two of the animals were sold to city park associations at different t times and In each instance the moose finally died They seemed willing enough to remain in the parks but conditions were not such as they wer used to and from the first it was to be seen that they were falling in health A moose can stand all softs of hardships In the woods but whe he Is In captivity lack of exercise alack of proper food or lack of something else puts him on the down grade and as n rule he passes in his checks in a few weeks or a few months at the outsideOne of the animals my fathe- owned was a handsome bull and he was trained to harness The animal could pull a good sized load and travel through the woods with a sleigh be hind him at a very lively clip This third moose was one day shot by a hunter near the house So all three animals met with an untimely fate which goes to prove I suppose that man should not monkey with the plani of nature Duluth Herald Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Free I enl no moneySimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawing spitt ing droppings in throat had hearing specks flying before the eyes all play ed out feeling of catarrhBotanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 to 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and pataut medicines had all tailed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deepseatedcases Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies of symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are per manent and not a patching up Drug Stores 1 a bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medicaladvice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta GaBIG e WOLF HUNT 1 Arkansas and Indian Territory Hounds to Contest This Fall What promises to be the last great wolf hunt In the Indian Territory will bo held at Colllnsvllle I T the last week In October or the first days of November says the Kansas City Slur Tho hunt will be for championship honors between Arkansas and Indian Territory hounds and will be the best two out of three chases with twenty five dogs on each side The details ore now being arranged between Robert Galbreath the millionaire Glenn pool oil operator representing Indian Per ritory sportsmen and Coin Harvey of Monte Ne representing Arkansas dog owners When asked how the contest would bo arranged and what prizes would be offered Mr Galbreath replied Our hounds are In my judgment superior to the foxhounds of Arkan fins when it comes to running and fighting wolves Furthermore our dogs are accustomed to prairie chasingJ J while those of Arkansas run in theI bills and rocks and will probably be unable to cope with our fleet footed racersThe only prize offered is a silver cup by Dr W E Smith of the Collins vlllo Commercial club valued at 100 This cup will bo sufficient inducement as it will represent championship hon ors and will be hotly contested for There will probably bo fifty good dogs on either side but only twentyfive will participate In any ono race The JUdge will be selected on the day wo meet which has not yet been definitely agreed upon but will likely be Oct 28 Wo will chase across several large pastures around Colllnsvllle which will furnIsh great sport not only to dog fanciers but visitors as well I presume this will bo the last wolf hunt to be held in what Is now the Indian country but In western Oklahoma and Texas wo hope to have other big hunts Farmers are fast settling up the big pastures and the largo black wolves are leaving the country ItsfRIm In ttsekI k of DTpeP1a discusse r a spc seItwasthistAc rrectlyledDrshoOD In the creation of that now 1et7 poDUleretomae Remedy Dr Shoopi Restorative Going dltect faecesdShoopand lout that original and highly vital prlnclpleDO lastingaccompllehmentswereevertoheFor had bad ShoopiReiterativei sett what It can sad will do We leU and cheefo recommendDr Shoops RestorativeALL LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOi- llNCOBrORATXD I Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville Steamerst eGlenmore Tarascon Cityr fLeave Louisville Tuesday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Wednesday Thursday Saturday 6pm pagsengetrments delivered quicker than bj rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 Clovorport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415G i58 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6F ant P A 6EOH WILSON SIDtt Meal and Feedi 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 j REAL HANGING GARDEN Vegetable Patch Twentyfive Feet In Air to Keep Boys Out Tho hanging gardens of yore are discounted in point of utility by the Ingenious expedient of Joseph Green of the Syrian quarter In Liberty street at Springfield Mass who has a vegetable patch 80 by 20 feet entirely be yond the reach of intruders says a I special to the New York World Last year Green built a platform six feet above the ground He i a choice assortment of gardenplantedjj which was confiscated by children as fast as It ripenedsGreen profited by his experience and this year built a framework on poles twentyfive feet in the air On the framework he constructed a huge plat form which extended many feet beyond the poles The result was that ambitious youths sufficiently agile to climb the poles could gain nothing1 l y the performance as their progress would bo blocked by the extending platformGreen reaches his garden by means of a ladder which he locks up when not using He has enjoyed lettuce radishes peas beans and cucumber thus far this season while tomatoes and celery are ripening Dejected urjj chins threaten to pull the ladder down sometimes when Green is working la his garden thus leaving their enemy In a predicament RED LIQUID IN THE EARTH New Substance Brought Up In Boring For an Aqueduct Workmen making soundings for tlr Catskill aqueduct at Varlans MUliJ near Peeksklll N Y have gone to 5 depth of 380 feet without striking S solid foundation The location of the drill is to bo changed within ate days It a good bottom is not struck At the depth of about 350 feet the drill went through a stratum which gave forth a liquid of dark red color oleo the color of blood and quite thick uayl1 an Osslnlng N Y special dispatch tS he Now York Times Samples of thg fluid have been sent to New York frig analysIs m The men on the machines say thgffl they have never seen anything like and they aro curious to know the n taro and character of the substane After the red liquid had been pump out the drill passed through a very fU Quality of molding vend j u i U Y I Iff i ai ar at aj at i i jan aJ a atriLS IN THE FACTORY tt Tough Girl a FUureNice Girls Are Driven Out The manager of a certain manufac turing establishment In eastern New Jersey recently had some experience Which taught him the value of main pining a high standard in regard to the character of his women employees For many years It has been easy to get quiet well Behaved young women fires the families in the Immediate iwlghborhood which has grown from a farming district to be a suburban dls teict In which the real estate boomer M a prominent figure Recently in ono of the departments there have been aI noticeable falling off In the quality of the work and an Increasing difficulty to find young women who would stay with the firm Finally a complaint In regard to the department reached the managers ears In a form that carried a measure both of Irritation and conviction After staying for half a day- a bright girl and promising operative had left saying that she wouldnt work where such rough girls were employed The manager called to his office from another department a wo man employee who had served the firm faithfully for ten years and who bad a reputation for clear thinking and plain speaking i Rough Girl Drove Out Qulet Ones Whats the trouble In the sde- partment Miss Blank he asked abruptly I want your honest opin Jon Dont hesitate to speak out Well Ill tell you Many of the girls In that department dont behave properly either at work or outside Some of them are not nice girls When a new one goes In there she Is guyed and tormented until either she shows herself to be as tough as the others or leaves Nice girls wont work In the department Its giving a bad name to the whole place People say Oh the Excelsior company I I wouldnt work there the girls are too tough You see the conduct of the girls In that one section can hurt the reputa tions of the well behaved girls In the other rooms Thats why a good many old girls have left and new ones are hard to get II IThe Flirtatious Foreman I And what can we do about 117 asked the manager rather helplessly I admit that certain changes are Im peratlve but I do not yet see my way clear toward ranking them- I think a good deal of the trouble would be dona away with If you would get rid of some of the ringleaders In the tough set If one or two were dls V WHICH SHOULD IIE EMPLOY missed she replied slowly and tho rest of the girls were given to under stand that you meant to dismiss all Women Avoid OperationsWhen female trouble Is told that an oper ation is necessary it of course frightens her The very thought of the hospital the operating table and the knife strikes terror to her heart It is quite true that these troubr les may reach a stage where an operation is the only resource but a great many women have been cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable girls whip wouldnt behave it vroura help some Some of the trouble is duo to the foreman He flirts with the girls Young foremen are out of place In a roomful of girls It takes a sober ex perlenced man or a woman to manage them II IThe Manager Took the Advice II The manager followed her advice with the result that there has been an Increased efficiency In the department even WIthin a few months A steady effort is now being made to weed out the most objectionable of the old em ployees or to place them In departments where any exhibition of freak- Ishness will be frowned down or repressed Only young women who are neat In person quiet in speech and unobtrusive In manner are being taken on References are asked for In this way It Is hoped to make It patent to all toe world that the standard for ad mission at the Excelsior works is high The woman manager In the trouble some workroom has not been tried yet A respectable elderly man who has daughters of his own was given the place of the flirtatious young foreman Ho may not be so clever us his prede cessor in many ways but since he has taken charge there Is an air of quietness and serenity about the room and when there Is trouble he knows how to deal with It kindly and firmly His experience with his own daughters has given him nn insight into the charm ters of young girls In general and a knowledge of how to manage them EUGENIA MORRISON Why Colds Are Dangerous Samuel R Worley of Hixburg Vti has been shoeing horses for more than fifty yeers He says Chamberlains Pain Balm has given me great relief from lame back and rheumatism It is the hest liniment I ever used For sale by Severs Drug Co The Husbands Hour- I have always liked Longfellows Idea of the childrens hour said Miss Anna I Clarke of the National Federation of Wo tans Clubs but the husbands hour Is an absolute necessity Between the dark and the daylight When the night Is beginning to lower Comes a time In the days occupations That Is known as the husbands hour He hears In the chamber above him The patter of little feet And thinks of the stockings and footwear The bills that ho has to meet From his study ho sees In the lamplight Descending the broad stairway Ulanvlfe with n love of a bonnet She got In the shops that day She comes to his side In thb twilight And tells him to close his old book And sighs of trouble shes having To find her another cook Ills daughter comes In at this moment And tells of the coming ball Shes got to have new gown and slippers Or she cannot go at all His son lounges In for a second To say that his funds are a wreck And tells of his college expenses And asks for a good big check The butler has given them notice The maid says shell quit she will wed The chauftuer lies broken the auto And justice court tines bow his head The check book Is dragged from a drawer The checks are all speedily drawn And husband remarks with a grumble That soon all his coin will be gone Between the lurk and the daylight The husband Is terribly sour For then Is the time of vexation That Is known as the husbands hour Chicago Post His Dignity Was Affronted Sioux Falls S D Aug 23Red Shirt Sioux warrior who lived on the Rosebud reservation is dead by his own hand because his motherinlaw would not share her home with the bride and bridegroom and chop the wood Red Shirt was well known for his joviality and4 his is one of few cases where a Sioux has committed suicide A GOOD PLATFORM This platform has been adopted by the Ohio State Board of Commerce us the slogan of its campaign for tax re formOur purpose Is to make Ohio the best state In the Union in which to earn a living operate a business an1 own property has MOORSbeenThe strongest and most grateful statements possible to make come from women who by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs have escaped serious operations as evidenced by Miss Rose Moores caseof 307 W 26th St NY She writes Dear Mrs PInkham Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express to you my deepest gratitude I suffered intensely for two years so that I was unable to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family I doctored and doctored with only temporaryreliefand constantly objecting to an operation which I was advised to undergo I decided to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound it cured me of the terrible trouble and I am now in better health than I have been for many years This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Ly dia E Pinkhams Vegetabl Compound before she submits toano rati- onMrsPInkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass From the symptoms given the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest I way of recovery advised WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Theres a Jot of dusty correspond ence In the office of the pension con missioner which though rarely dis turbed by the curious contains large blocks of that element known as heart Interest to newspaper renders Thus for Instance It is shown that the gov eminent pays n pension to a woman who killed her husband the pension being paid on account of said husband lie was a veteran of the civil war and married later He was brutal in the treatment of his wife and one day she shot and killed him In self defense She was tried and acquitted She applied for a pension as the widow of a soldier of the civil war and got it Uncle Sams Pensioners Correspondence also discloses the facto that Christian Science has brought money Into Uncle Sams cotters There arc a number of communications from pensioners who have become converts to that faith which are to the effect that they were wrong when they be lieved themselves to be mulcted with bodily Ills and being convinced that there IK nothing wrong with them they no longer care to draw pensions There Is n letter from a Spanish war veteran who wanted a pension because he lost his teeth In the charge up Sax Juan hill Further correspondence makes it clear that the teeth were false ones and that although lie possibly lost them as Indicated Uncle Sam didnt believe that said loss mer ited the compensation of a pension Pardoned by Lincoln Some years ago a civil war veteran made claim for a pension Ills record was looked up and It showed that he was at one time a deserter front the army Under the circumstances ho was notified that ho couldnt get a pension This didnt discourage the soldier Ho came In person and brought with him a small card upon which was written If Henry Graves enlists again In our army and serves faithfully and meritori ously I will pardon his crime of deser tion A LINCOLN The records proved that he had en listed again and served both faithfully and merltorlotisly and he was grunted his pardon at once The original card In question was acquired by Mr Ware then commissioner of pensions and by him presented to Ute state of Kansas Sundown Doctors Sundown doctors aVe an Institution peculiar to Washington city They are an amiable company of medical practl tiouurs who ply their trade only after nightfall nbt that these gentlemen would prefer darkness to light If they hnd their druthers nor are their deeds of questionable complexion that looks best In the shade Sundown doctors have no ways that are dark nor tricks that are vain They are as open as the day that they may not utilize If they practice their profes sion by candle light rather than by sun shine thats Uncle Sams fault not their own A Struggling Fraternity Sundown doctors begin to get busy only utter 4SO in the afternoon From 0 to that hour they are holding their noses to the grindstones over govern ment desks for one must live dont you know however soaring ones scion title ambition and Uncle Hams wages do come in mighty regular and handy So that In n pigeonhole Is tae star of the origin of the struggling fraternl ty of sundown physicians at the fed eral capital There are thousands of Instances Embryonic young physicians with their career yet to curve secure a clerkship in sonic of the governmental departments of Washington In order to keep the pot bubbling while they are getting their medical education after office hours Their diploma thus la boriously achieved they hang out their shingle tentatively holding fast how ever to the government position until securely established professionally Concerning Clerks Statistics show that ot the 12000 clerks In the pension office alone about 400 had sanguinely prepared them selves for the professions of lay med- Icine or theology Twoscore have been authors many more than that editors and publishers A hundred and fifty have been newspaper correspondents and us many more hold university and college diplomas A classmate at liar yard of President R osevelt a bachelor of distinguished mien and fine mentality Is prosaically holding down u gov ernment Job dt100 a mouth A Busy Five Minutes You can always tell when Its live arcIinAt that raomont the landscape begins to squirm violently with hundreds of men and women in sudden panic lest they fall to reach their government desk by crucial 9 oclock and be ruthlessly docked therefor Fat women exuding out of tight Jumper suits go waddling breathlessly Young girls belated by too long a lingering with n gallant at the last corner frankly run at full speed Cripples on crutches bobble at breakneck Human beings 1110 over each other at the entrances to the treasury postofficc state war and navy and the other busy governmental hives Uncle Sam Is an Inexorable task master And nine out of ten of these hustling horde however otherwise ele gant In his presence carries a measly little brown paper bag full of lunch A few there be who foxily endeavor to disguise their midday meal In music scroll or fancy bag The case hardened majority resort to no subterfuge Washington lsa city of brown paper lunch tags und no bones about It Herco potentially 25000 little brown paper hunch bags are used dally at the capita the numeral expressing the number of civil service employees lucre In the various departmentsCARL I FACTS IN FEW LINES Great Britain owns more land in North America than the United States The Icefields of Greenland ages old are estimated to be a mile and a hat thickJohannesburg In the Transvaal hint a prosperous American club and two husky baseball nines The 1004 dollar is the only one of the last pattern Issue that is of suffi clent rarity to command n premium New York city Is the second in th Union for size of per capita debt ih being 11325 Newton Mass comluf first with 12558 In Philadelphia a goat chewed on the tails of Policeman Gilberts coat while the officer was watching a pah making love- Recently u two year old Fall Hlvej babys Teddy bear fell out of a second story window the baby tumbled uftoi It nail the doctors couldnt find a scratch on either bear or baby While C L Derby of Iudlnw Vt was plowing recently his wife picket up train the dirt thrown out 1 by tin plow a British copper coin of the Issui of 1747 Just 150 years old Teddy Schoappler at his hotel In tin Bronx New York recently held u nil fie for a tombstone the winner to have his came date of birth and death en graved on It free of charge After a stillness of more than n year due to a broken rope the curfew hell in a Plahivllle Coun mill are ringing again This ancient custom has been observed in the towu for a half cen turyA Kaffir in Cupe Colony bought an American broom some months ago and noticing sonic seeds In the straws planted them He now has n tine held of broom straw growing and may have founded uu Important Industry One Bowdolnham Me residence huts an unusual night watchman It Is a fat woodchuck that guards the property carefully from cats and dogs Every evening be roams over the grounds and disappears at sunrise A schoolteacher In England noticed that It always valued when the In spoctor happened to cull on hon One day she inentlonud it to the inspector as u curious fact and received the nn saver Thats because I plug golf on fine days One of the Olio girls who recently visited London roused the ire of solute of tutu editors by remarking that Lou don Will the biggest she hud soon on this slilo of the ocean The Ololu scornfully asks whether Onehorse hhgerIdiameter ut within of tin a thousand tout but Nikola Tesla satyr that his system of wireless telegrnplu will bo the means of reducing thl margin of error to within fifty feet or lessThe dreaded nun butterfly Is appear ing everywhere In Bohemia threaten lug the devastation of the forests Tin neighboring woods of Saxony fluid Slk sin are also threatened The ministry of agriculture has named a commission to Investigate Yule Is far less honored lu England than Is Harvard The residence ofI Ellliu Ynlo at Plas Grano has bet pulled down and it Is difficult to idcn tlfy the site limes tomb a solid mas of masonry at the base of Wrexham church tower Is almost his sole visible memorial The costliest lot of laud in Boston was taken the other day by the Boston transit commissioner to provide en trance and exit for the new Washhif ton street tunnel The lot which con tains tom square feet Is located n Winter and Washington streets and the price paid was n per foot IHimlH J Buckley president of tin Kerry liens P and It association has made the statement that the pro pie of the famous County of Kerry Ireland have decided to officially repudiate the title of kingdom whlrh has hung to It for 17110 years The London Express says the golf links of tin country are fast becomln vast hairpin cemeteries and that unfortunately most of the millions of hair pins In them are only half burled with tlulr hiislntM s ends uppermost to tin annoyance and oven danger of players Tile volunteer tire department of Itockvlllu Center X Y must have tin reputation of the proverbial messenger boy At a recent meeting of the tlUII tees of the village It was suggested that when a lire breaks out the mem hers of tie department be notified by postal card- Tuberculous patients that live anti grow fat are reported by Dr Gullhuud a French plivnUliui He has found a form of tuberculosis that remains in tie condition of a Loral lesion Is usually associated with an excessive deposit of adipose tissue and Is curable He be lieves It arises from Implanting atten uated Koch bacilli In so called scrofu lous persons Mrs John Hays Hammond the wife of the clever engineer of South Africa Inns a most wonderful bathroom in both her New York and Washington homes The tub Is an Immense affair the shape of a shell and when tie lights are turn ed on and the tub filled the bottom of KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrtKings New Discovery FOR cOUQHBflePRICE1 Free oa AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED the tub appears to be run or water lilies reeds and waving grass The floors and walls are of tinted marble The New York courts have decided that a huge automobile filled with two dozen sightseers has no more rights In the public streets than a pushcart Thr machines that stand on the strut In wait for a load of passengers must move on at the command of a policeman and must keep moving Tho streets belong to the people not to individuals said the police magistrate who announced tile nlnvc ns the law The nTnnuger of n line of nibbor iick wagons had Ipre oiupted n nirt of Rronihvny to the Lr rivo ir of lis busintea 111 r f re t Dont get out of patience with the baby when it is peevish and restless and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about itjust give it a little Cascasweet Cascasweet is a cor rective for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmful drugs Sold by All Druggists Invited to Smoke In Church Club Smoke your pipe your cigar or your cigarette will be one of the signs displayed prominently In the now ciubroom to be attached to the Church of the Ascension at Atlantic City In charge of the Rev Sidney Goodman the new pastor whose work will appeal directly to men says a special dispatch to the New York World The club Is to be for both the mental and spiritual good nnd pleasure of the members said the rector and we shall take the trouble to let the men know that their pipes are as welcome as themselves Thousands For Half a Kansas Hog C W Dingman a PolandChina hog breeder of Clay Center Kan has sold to A k P Scbmltz of Alma Kan a half interest In the fine PolandChina male Victor for 4000 says a Clay Center correspondent of the Kansas City Star This bog was bought by Mr Dingman last winter In the east and Is to be shown at the big state fairs this fall He Is pronounced by many to be the best Poland Chtna hog live today and the price of 4000 for half an Interest makes Victor the highest priced hog ever sold Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly dis ppear when you take DeWitts Little Early Riser Pills Sold by All Druggists so them 3 For EVERY DOES It the ami largest room in the house making it housewife can or Riiythiui to a or Christmas turkey it looks just as vent as any It is airtight and great saver are be Thousands of are enthusiastic and making it last for years repairs Made only by UNION STOVE Box RICHMOND VA 30THOUSANDTELEGRAPHERS WANTEDAccount DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS of new law Increased UBOorponlM Evansville Paducah and St Draughons Telegraphy students by arrangement uso railroad Draughons Co office Nashville Tenn has 30 Colleges In i states juoooo oo capital 8000 students annually 1 years success HUsiNKss men say Draughons Is THE THKKK months studyIng Bookkeeping or Shorthand by Draughons COPY IHGHTEI methods equals SIX elsewhere nrau hon also has 3000 students learning BY Write for priceson Home Study POSITIONS or back CaUUoguo PRe E Common Sense Exterminators For Rats Mice Also Roaches Bugs DRIES THEM UP RATS AND MICE Destroys under all conditions They eat it in preference to any food No Stench- It Dries up leaving only the pelts ROACHES AND BUGS They eat it and it kills Results are permanent- No danger in using It Is a paste not a powder- Is easy to apply- Is the cheapest as so is required Jno Babbage CLOVERPORT KY Farmers to the Front Do you expect to be humbugged all your life by the Trusts If continue to Commercial Fertilizers at per ton that has about 150 to 200 pounds of plant food in that is worth from 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 market by using u JARBOES PROCESS Nome Making FERTILIZERSI AGENTS WANTED IN PRECINCT IN THIS COUNTY r Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Neater IT DOUBLE DUTY warms coldest cozy The busy cook hake from light rolls Thanksgiving Still heater made a fuel Thousands ing sold housekeepers Fine Cast Iron bottoms without CO Inc 2745 n Louis special wires homo 8 nEST MAIL soounil money and and Bed IT FOR them them FOR BED them little D use 25 to 30 the tops IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove fcr 1 the Home Ever MarK 11 i U BRECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publiihlne Co Sabecrlptlon Price 100 a year or 190 if paid at the end of year AimS OF THANKS over live lines charge Ot at the rate of 10 cents per UneiOBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 tow per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Kzamlnn the label on your paper If It Is tot correct please notify us I When ordering a change In the addre88 robfcrlhers should Rive their old as well as tprew address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21907 A GOOD CLEdJV MAM The voters of this county will hay an opportunity to support for their Representative a good clean honor able upright man in the person of John P Haswell Jr It takes a good deal of courage for a young man es pecially to come before the people and say that he will neither use money or whisky nor allow it to be used by any of his friends to influence votes for his election It is out of the ordinary in this county The rule has been and iis yet with some of the leaders to get votes get them any way If they cant be gotten by fair means use foul use money whisky any old thing so you get the votes It is time the voters were putting their stamp of indignation on all such methods You know what it has done for the city of Louisville what it has done for the whole State of Kentucky Isnt it time to put a stop to these methods Support the man who stand above them be he Democrat or Repub scan We want a representative at Frank fort who stands for good clean govern ment who stands for all the people and their best interests who can and will rise above party and is free from machine rule and party bones John Haswell will do this Ho is a true American cititen public spirited with plenty of good common sense and good judgement He has no special 01 private interests to serve only the best and highest standard of good govern ment is his mission Every man who beleives in honest elections in fair counts and the supreme power of the people as expressed at the polls should support John Haswell Will you do it THE FALL OF THE UNITED STATES When I see the deserted shrines of your forefathers Count Tolstoi is re ported as saving to a visitor to whom iie predicted the downfall of the United States I think it will come more swiftly than the fall of Rome Perhaps it is unnecessary to point out to Count Tolstoi that one great differ ence between Rome before its fall and the United States of today is that Rome had beeu cursed with several crazy Ciesars notably Caligula and Nero to gether with an ienorant and violent populace This combination accelerated the destruction of the empire In the case of the United States the populace consists of some ninety mil lions of sovereigns mostly sane mostly right sooner or later in their political judgments and representing the highest average the world ever knew of conservative thought intellectual energy and patriotic obedience to law New York Sun- Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local npnlrntlons s they rnnnot reach the dlsessed portion of the ear There Is only one WilY to sure deafness and that 1Is by constitutional remedies Penfness Is mused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Euslnrlilan Tubs When this tube Is In flamed you hove it rumbllnir sound or Im perfect heiirlrtfrnnd when It Is entirely closed Deafness the result n nd unless the Inf lanm tlon can bo taken nut and the tubs restored to Its normal condition hearing will he de stroyed forever nine erases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipati- onIRVINGTON Visit Miss Nannie Childs millinery opening Thursday Mrs Nora Board spent Monday In Louisville shopping Mr George Windelkin of Cloverport was in town Sunday visiting Mrs Charlie L Chamberlain was in Louisville Wednesday shopping Gardner Bros new line of clothing is uptodate in quality price and fit Visit Gardner Bros store always a good show their curtain never drops Miss Evelyn Herndon will leave this week for Louisville to spend the winter Miss Ellen Munford returned Wed nesday from a ten days visit to Louis ville j iss Nannie Childs invites you to- W her millinery opening Thursday at the 1 McCoy Hotel If you have a weakness for nice fit tiug clothes youll want one of our suits Gardner Bros Miss Clara Harden of Cloverporl arrived Thursday for n visit to Mr and Mrs T R Blythe Mrs Bate Washington spent Sunday in Stephensport the guest of her sister Mrs Brown Helm No bettertime than right now to buy those shoes Ours is the best lisle Iin town Gardner Bros C L Chamberlain returned Sunda from Chicago where he attended the meeting of the Shriners Miss Ollie May Clarkson of Blg Spring is the guest of Mr and Mrs H H Kemper lor this week Mrs Edward Foote of Owensboro arrived Monday to be the guest of Mrs Nora Board for a few days Mrs James Lewis has returned to Brandenburg after a short visit to her daughter Mrs S P Parks Mrs Forrest Stith and children of Guston spent last week here visitin her brother Mr Green Bandyi Rev B F Wilson left last Monday for Columbia Ky to attend the an nual meetiny of the conference The public school has disbanded for this week on account of the meeting of the Teachers Institute at Hardinsburg- Our Clothing fits It looks just as well as any merchant tailors make The price is only about half Gardner BrosMrs Crete Hensley of Hardinsburg has returned to her home after being the guest of her sister Mrs F H McGeheeMr Mrs LaRue Cox have moved to Louisville where he leas accepted a position as fireman on the Southern railroadThere are many things that can wail this month better than those new shoes Come to our place and get them Gardner Bros Miss Willa Drury left Tuesday for Louisville for a weeks visit to hex sister Miss Ada Drury and to attend the horse show Dont forget that Irvington is going to have a fall carnival this week which lasts five days Lots of attractions and something doing all the time Charlie Harrison of Charleston Mo and Ernest Reese of Louisville spent seveeal days last week the guests of Misses Maggie and Nannie Cowley- If you will bring your husband along when you visit our opening he will forget most of the jokes he has heard about the cost of new hats Miss Nan lie Childs McCoy Hotel Miss Eula Hensley of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Eva Herndon Sunday on her way to Louisvillewhere she expects to take a course of training it the Baptist Theological Seminary Mrs Newsom Gardner and sister Sirs LaRue Cox returned Saturday rom Medford Oklahoma where they have been the guests of their parents Sir and Mrs James Smith for a nonthMrs J B Herndon returned Thursday from a months visit to her daughter Mrs J T Berry at Nashville Penn She stopped a few days in Louisville on her way home visiting elatives and friends Mr and Mrs Ernest Henderson accompanied by their sister Mrs J H only went to Louisville last Thursday to attend the burial of their half brother Dr P E Henderson who died at his home on Floyd street last Wednesday evening The Sunbeams of the Baptist church rave a very interesting little entertainment at the church last Sunday morning The church was beautifully decorated in our national flowerthe golden rodwith a number of potted plants and beautiful cut flowers The ecitations and solos were enjoyed by all and the children are to be congratulated upon their excellent wor- kHARDINSBURG Roy E Moorman spent Sunday in wensboroDr Board spent Sunday with his family here Alex Shellman of Union Star was here last Monday- T J Moore was in Louisville last week for several days Roland A Smith of Stephensport was in the city Monday Judge N McC Mercer went to Lou- Isville Saturday evening Marvin D Beard was in Louisville everal days of last week Judge Matthias Miller is visiting relatives in Hancock county T J Atkinson of Irvington was here Monday on a business trip Wailer Wilson of McQuady was in- town Monday on a business trip Morris Eskridge went to Elizabeth town Saturday to take depositions Courtland and Fred Cox of Louis vi11e are visiting their mother Mrs usan Cox Dr J T Baker and family have moved to Centertown Ohio county Di Baker has practiced medicine here for many years successfully and theII entire community regret his removal Clayton Beard attended the annual conference of the M E church at Louisville last week George Harned and R H Penick of Custer were guests of Mr and Mrs Ode Penick last week Miss Mattingly who has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati and Louisville returned home Sunday The Rev D B Clapp of Greenville Tenn was here the first of the week the guest of C V Robertson Dennie Sheeran wants to sell his home on Main street If he finds a buyer he will erect another residence Henry Head and family will move tc Hardinsburg shortly and occupy the Dr Baker residence on Fourth street Miss Margaret Baker returned home last week from Ricnmond Va where she visited her sister Mrs Roscoe SeversJohn W Miller was elected City Assessor by the town council last week and he is now engaged in taking the listsHorace Snyder Milton Dowell and Abram Dowell of the Irvington neigh borhood were in town Saturday on n business trip Dr John E Kincheloe performed an abdominal operation upon Columbus Davis who has been ill for some time He is recovering Squire John OReilly who has been ill for several weeks was up town for the first time last week and is now able to attend to business Fiscal Court convened here Tuesday with Judge Moorman presiding and all the justices present The court will probably be in session three days Mr and Mrs John P Haswell re turned home Saturday from Arcola 111where they have been visiting their son Frank Haswell and family The Rev B A Brandon Miss Tula C Daniel and Hon G W Beard at tended the annual conference of the M E church South held at Columbia last week The Revs Isaiah Cline and J H Lennon attended the conference of the- M E church held at Louisville last week The Rev Cline is returned as the pastor of the church here Walter Campbell a prominent attor ney of Los Angeles Cal was here ast week visiting Mrs R G Gardner Mr Campbell married Miss Mary Bow tier of this place who is a granddaughter of Mrs Gardner Public Speaking- The Hon A E Willson Republican Candidate for Governor will address the citizens of Cloverport and Brecken idge county on Tuesday October 8- at 8 p moO at Oelzes Hall All voters ire invited Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say hey get splendid results by using nn atomizer For their benefit we pre pare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is in all respects like the healing helpful pain allaying Cream Balm that the public has been laminar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The sooth ng spray relieves at once and cure is certain All Druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New Yor- kRAYtiOND i Leonard Cashman is very ill at this writingMr J E Mercer was in Irvington ast Thursday on business Mrs Eliza Jones of Louisville spent everal days with Mrs J E Mercer ast week- The cold spell last week caused farmers to make a rush to get their tobacco in the house Miss Clara Macy left Friday night for her home at Garfield and will attend the institute while absent Mrs C M Robbins of Oshusky Oklahoma are with her parents at this lace for an indefinate stay After spending nearly three weeks at his place Mrs Augustus Schbeck left Thursday night for her home at Atchi- son Kas The moonlight party given by Miss I Mary Mercer on last Tuesday night was irgely attended and all report an enjoyable time Since the last writing from this place the stork has visited the homes Jessrs Clint Philpot and Glen Macy nnd left in each a new baby boy Mr and Mrs Ezra Lanman after pending several months in Illinois have returned and are staying for the resent with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Norton Mr and Mrs Sam Burkhardt of assington Ky were called here last reek to be at the bedside of her sister Mrs Philpot who was in a very critical condition but we are glad to report her much improved- Mr and Mrs Henry Cashman of maim Neb and Mr and Mrs Henry fright of Appleton City Mo who were called here to see their brother eonard Cashman left for their respective homes Sunday At the News Office School Books School Supplies New Box Paper- Magazines New Novels 25 Detective Stories lOc each Books on Hypnotism 25c each Post Cards of Clovorport and Tar Springs 2 for 5c Post Card Albums 25c each Shawl Straps 5c and lOo each Mail Orders Promptly Filled FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine BoilerElectrical t ElectricalGasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized VTork- Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners Supplies Come To Th- eCloverportFoundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited y STOP And see our now line of Millinerynow McCoy Hotel The newest things in Pattern Hats Ribbons Flowers The prices are not high just reasonable We are sure we can suit you Miss Nannie Childs IRVINGTON KY GUSTON Mrs C A Dugan nee Miss Minnie Still arrived here Sunday from Venice Ill Mr and Mrs Dugan will make heir home at Irvington Jim Osborn came down from Louis ville Saturday night and took his wife to Louisville Sunday to spend two weeks Miss Louise Miller spent Wednesday md Thursday with Miss Mary Durbin Willie Carson spent last week with Robert Stilt Miss Melveria Shringate left one day ast week for Rockhaven to spend a month with her sister Mrs Wick Leonard Mr and Mrs Dan Dowellspent a few days last week near Big Spring visiting relatives There was quite a crowd in Guston Saturday attending the colt show iin the fternoon and the ice cream supper Saturday night New Line Clothing Mens Suits Mens Corduroy Pants Mens Jeans Pants Mens Overcoats Childrens Suits Childrens Odd Pants Childrens Overcoats THIS is a new line we have just added to our stock We you to calland see the line and inspect it See the Huperb style and handsome tailoring of these stunning suits youll admit that you were never offered the equal of these values The most interesting feature is the price We dont think any house in this whole section can offer you the same qualities and styles make and finish at anything near our prices We have made a great success of our shoe line We are going to do the same in our clothing Drop in and have a word with us Gardner Bros t Irvington Ky IMI II I An I Opportunity I I I 0 purchase a splendid Business House II stock of goods and good will of an firm in one of the coming towns oldIIKentucky Irvington It is the theI I IIedby one of the best farming communities in I prosperIl 20000 to 25000 per annum On account of I the death of the senior member of the firm the Ii business must be closed up Will sell the stock of goods comprising a general line of merchandise I at a liberal discount The store rahQuse will be leased or sold For further in IIformation write or call on fii IIIR M JOLLY SONS LOUIS JOLLY Admr IIIIrvington Kentucky 1 HARNED Tobacco cutting is the order of the dayG P Carman of Locust Hill was here Saturday J N Reid of Kingswood was in town Monday- C W Taylor of Kingswood was here WednesdayWm has gone to Illinois looking for a location James McCoy is building a new barn on his farm near here Born to Mr and Mrs C L Bruing ton Monday a boy C L Several from here went to Louisville on the excursion Saturday Marshall Norton of West View was in town Saturday afternoon i C D Payne and family of Bibs Run are visiting relatives here O E Tucker and J M Grume went to Louisville Friday to attend the Ealr F M Grear was here this week in the interest of a grocery firm in Louis ville Misses Gola and Cora Haynes of near Freedom are visiting at Mr J SJ Drears Several of our young people attended the party at Mr Abe Meadors Saturday sight Oscarh Wales colored4 dtedbeFriday morning at the home of his father of consumptionSeveral here attended the Re publican convention at Hardjusburg Saturday afternoon Percy Macy has gone to Irvington where he will take charge of the Primary department of the Irvington school The Germantown and West View boys came to Harned Saturday afternoon and played base ball with the Harned boys Mac Qulggins who has been in Louis ville for a few days returned Saturday and stopped with his sister Mrs M S Crume Stylla Keenan who has been in school at Kingswood passed through here Saturday morning enroute to his home at Tar Fork Miss Mary Beauchamps is teaching at the Weatherford school house she re ports a good attendance and is doing goodwork at that place Proctracted meeting closed here Mon day night with several additions to the church Some of whom were baptized at Lost Run Sunday afternoon Yon never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup They like it because it taste nearly like maple sugar Keaaedys Laxative Cough Syrup iis a safe wire and prompt rescdy for cowgfes I and colds sadfageed ferevery teeabrp- ftitheYasEily p 11 pAll Drxfgitab l I 1 oo Y ww3wskiher4MwM aMa +a ++ +W FYI wii M vrts it 4OAI i + f i 1i1 I r I ti t i jjj j rrI I dtts Pills habitwIIIftbeaptl Yeti have bees INKING TOO MUCH tile wtd promptly relieve the nausea fK HEADACHE restFiiethegityfeelgaatiy ke No Substitute ERSONAL LOCALjJ i glasses lOc set Babbages jUke Selm went to Hardinsburg Mon rfir Sam Brown spent Sunday in ion VIrs Viola Jackson is visiting in ansvillebr Hook of Hardinsburg was re Monday jdiss Zula Bowlds is visiting in Pates le this week scar Blaine is visiting in Stephens tthis week 3d Morrisoti visited in Stephensport turdJy sod Sunday l ncile Berry and Lottie Matheney are iting in Evansville Ind inley Miller of Hardinsburg was inn Friday and Saturday R E Whiteley went to Cloverport ursday Owensboro Inquirer UrsE T Haynes is in Sample the est of her mother Mrs Hunter Miss Jennie Whitesides of Louisville the guest of Mrs James Stone Franklin Kincheloe and Ed Dillon of irdinsburg were in town Sunday Miss Mary Jones Went to Cloverport jday morning Owensboro Mtssen r Mrs James Harris and daughter nnieMabel went to Louisville Mon- HoraceNelson tf of Owensboro was the e guest of Miss Siisette Whitehouse ndayJMr and Mrs Taylor Dowell of Holt ere the guests of Mrs Nat Tucker- st week The ladles of the Presbyterian church- ill give an entertainment Friday night ctober 11 Mr J R skillman returned from lovcfeport Thursday morningOwens- oro Inquirer Jess Walls of Stephensport is vis ing his grandparents Mr and Mrs larion Brown Mrs A R Fisher will entertain the rst meeting of the Ladies Reading lub Shursday Mrs Wm Whitehouse and daughter f Burks City Ky are the guests of Miss Jell Whitehouse Roy Carpenter and Mr Jackson of ouisville wore the guests of Mr and Irs John Neubaur Sunday Mrs T B Mays returned to Clover ort Wednesday after spending a few ays here Owensboro Inquirer Mrs E H Briedenbfich and David pay of Owensboeo were the guests jr andMrs Chas May Sunday ofII Mrs Thurman Hook who has been siting her parents returned to her ome in Evansville Friday night Miss May Cox who has been visiting Miss Rosa Agnew is visjttng her sister UTS Marion Polk in Tobinsport I Mrs Julian Brown dislocated her nee Friday giving her much pain owever she is getting along nicely I The public school will be closed all ihls week on account of the Teachers institute which convenes in Hardins yurg News has been received here of the irrival of a lovely little daughter at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Hills of Richmond Gage bats and a line of pattern hats from Chicago Indianapolis and Louis yule have been received at Mrs R T Folks this week r Mrs Robert Polk has a full line of adies and misses dress skirts from 5 Up The materials are in serges chiffon panamas in all colors Mrs James R Skillman and mother Mrs Gilmore of Owensboro who have been the guests of Mrs A B Skillman returned homeFriday night Jake Meserve of Victoria has delivered 1115000 feet of lumber to the lower wharf where it is being placed on a barge to be shipped to Tell City Handmade harness is the bestBab I bages Mrs Claude Carlisle is visiting at RockportSilas Smith of Cannelton was here SaturdayArthur Beard of Hardinsburg was here last week Gus Brown of Hardinsburg was in town Saturday Mrs Ed English has returned home Franklin Tenn- Sherman Ball of Hardinsburg was here last week Miss Bessie Keys is visiting Mrs Sam Brown at Ekron Chas May Jr of Shreveport La is here visiting his parents Mr James Satterfield washere Thurs day on his way to Heron 111 Ernest Lynch of Evansville is the guest of his father Wm Lynch Jim Lawson of Louisville has accepted a position at tbe railroad shops Mrs H C Pate and Mrs Ada Dhonau spent Sunday in Hardinsbug Miss Ray Heyser who has been visit ing friends in Louisville is now at Franklin Ky A fine son arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Jesse Weatherholt Mouday night of last week Joe Morrison who has been connected with the canning factory at Hardinsburg returned home Friday Avery Polk of Tobinsport Ind has delivered about 3000 watermelons this season to C L Sippel Mrs Bales daughter and son of Shrewsbury Ky were the guests of Miss Nannie Collins last week Ollie Oram who has been seriously ill of typhoid fiver is greatly improved and there is now hop for his recovery Mrs Mary DeHaven and daughter Miss Mayme returned home from Louisville Saturday night Mrs De Haven is much improved in health Misses Lucile Sterett and Julia Hinkle and Messrs George Wilson Chas Mc Adams and Capt J1 Hennen spent Sunday in Cloverport with friends Owensboro Inquirer MJS Ada Dhonau of Ekron spent Saturday and Sunday here the guest of her sister Mrs H C Pate Mrs Dhonau and children left Monday morn ing for Nickerson Kan where they will reside Thomas A Edison the great Amer ican inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improptr food or too much food people are inclined to o erin duge themselves This is where in digestion finds its beggining In nearly every case The stomach can do just so much work and no more and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them It is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this at once hy taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a bealtby stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by All D uggists STEPHENSPORT Biven Tucker of Cloverport was in town Sunday Mrs Chaffin and family will move to Tell City soon Mr and Mrs K B Blaine will spend the winter in Florida Mrs Sallie Bennett is repairing her cottage and will move in soon Miss Lena Hensley of Hardins burg is visiting her aunt Mrs R S Skillman Miss Daisy Hall of Union Star was the guest of her aunt Mrs R A Smith last week Mrs Bate Washington of Irv- ington was the guest of her sister Mrs L B Helm Sunday Rev J T Lewis and Dr Compton of Owensboro arc hold ing a protracted meeting at this placeBarney Frymire has bought the Bennett property and will take possession some time the first of the month o O- OI 1The effect of malaria a long time You catch cold easily or become run down because of the after effects of malaria ScoifrTEmulsionIt blood and tones up your nervOus system ALL DRUGGISTS j SOo AND tlOO YYitir r r CHENAULT We are glad to learn that Mr Abe Bennett is Improving Guy E Burch of Louisville was here last week for a few days W W Ford and son Herman left last week for Arkansas to seek a locaI tion The OBrien brothers who have been spending the summer at Sebree Ky have returned home Mr and Mrs J C Brodie who at tended the State Fair at Louisville have returned home Mr and Mrs Martin Greenwell of Rhodelia were the guests of friends in the bottom llast week Miss Bessie Cunningham who has been visiting in Cannelton for some time has returned home Dave Walls our efficient young school teacher spent Saturday and Sunday at his home near Hardinsburg- Mrs George Lewis and daughter of Ammons spent last Wednesday the guests of Mr and Mrs Abe Bennett Mr and Mrs Karl Heim of Cannel ton left here Sunday for Bloomington Ind accompanied by her brother Marion who will enter school at that place Mrs Jennie Morgan Miss Bessie Mitchell and brother Willie of Holt spent Saturday the guests of Miss Bobbie Brodie and attended the ball at DerbyMrs Floyd Miller and little daughter Louise who have been visiting for the past month in Louisville are now the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs A a Allen ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mr t nd Mrs Ben Miller are visiting Mr and Mrs Romney Renfrow at Dun deeMr and Mrs Henry Harper went to Webster Sunday to visit her son John HarperF Fenn and wife of Hardinsburg were here Sunday Mrs Fenn has been visiting at Spottsville BLACKJACK NOTES Miss Oro Hardesty is on the sick list Dr Hardesty went to Brandenburg Thursday on business Lonie Hardesty who has had typhoid fever is able to be out againII Miss Lou Shacklett is in Louisville the guest of her brother W H Shack lettMrs Rosa Sipse spent one dav last week with her sister Mrs Nannie Foushee of Hill Grove Mrs Eelle Shacklett and daughter Miss Gertrude of Ekron were the guests of Mrs RosaSipse recently Mr and Mrs Bob Scifres of Hardin County were the guests of the latters mother Mrs Mollie Shacklett of Paradice Mrs Eliza Lewis has returned to her home in Hardinsburg after a visit with her father and mother and other rela tives for several days Mrs Dr Hardestys step father and mother Mrs Polock and brother Mr Campbell of Rodelia were up to see Mrs Hardesty last week Mr and Mrs Chas Medley Mr and Mrs Lesley Roberts of near Hardin county came down to see Mrs Harrett Medley Saturday who is very sick Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown Mrs Lamb Misses Nannie Belle and Lula Sipse and Dona Miller all attended the carnival at Brandenburg Wednesday Misses Lillie and Dona Miller Cyn tha McIntire Allie Sipse and Lona Downs Messrs Ernest and Robert Downs and Jim Miller were entertained by the Misses Ritchie Tuesday Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as DrSboops Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dealer- sMcQUADY IForrest Lyons is having his property- on Railroad street repaired Mrs H T Shrews ferry is visiting her daughter Mrs V M Mosley at Greenville Garfield Burden has moved from Clo verport to his fatherinlaws H T ShrewsberryJoe of this place but who has been living at Kosmosdale died there last week and was brought hero for interment in the McQuady cemeteryCharlie Phillips happened to a painful accident here last week by being thrown from a wagon the wagon runing over his neck injuring his spine He was attended by Dr Sandbach Amel Frank was seriously burnt last week by walking through a bed of live fire colds at the hickory factory His wounds were dressed by Dr Sandbach and he is getting along nicely Wants I JWANTEDA man with team and tools to tend a farm near Sample W J DEICKMAN Stepbensport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machtlJu lot of good Laundry machines Also new aud secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnKlnes MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville K- YFot RENTFine river bottom farm of 116 on railroad Good tenent house and out buildings 10 acres In orchard and Y5 acres In grass the rest In good fix for anything The very best of land well watered For further Information apply to MRS HANNAH HARDIN Holt Ky H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession tIn all of the Courts of HreckcnrldKu and adjoining count er Special attention given to col ectlons road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United Stats Distil a Cjurti- Ofllce over Dank of Hardlnsburj Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for tS per month C1 155 acres on Hardlnsburg and 4 r 750 Falls of Sinking roadt2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good blc barn 80 acres la oak and beech timber The 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 C 352 acres on Hardinsburg and 3 OyOU ails of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings three big barnes Log house and blacksmith 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 7 acres In timber hick 350831cresp ory locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements five room cottage barn 30 x CO stable SO x 32 springsand11 In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons of timothy and clover 8 acres In wheat yield b0 bushels and 6 tons straw This place IS situated on Glover creek Hi miles southeast of Cloverport 30 acres Rood bottom land rest broken but good strong tillable land most of It In grass free from washes Splen did tobacco land all of it 750 FARM Iron SALEH mile air of P between Cloverport and Hardinsburg 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from Haralnsburg 107 acres of land two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to godry a good orchard For particulars ask Jno D Habbiigc Cloverport Ky or James II Sahlle uo Jolt SALIOO 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 fl500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR SALE FOIL SALE ISO acres of land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improvements ono small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres in woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price I500 For further Information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky- FOIL SALEGood farm onefourth tulle Resin Spring Ky contains 140 acres all level and In good state of cultiva tion About onehalf In gras 15 a res In timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large burn and plenty of IrvingtonIvthe state A bargain for some one looking for a good home For further Information see or write Jno D Bubbage Cloverport Ky For Sale REAL ESTATE 130 acres near Cloverport and one lot in town of Cloverport This property will be sold at a great bargain J D Gregory HouseholdGoods For Sale Piano Stool 200 Rocking Chairs 75c each Book Case 500 Oak Center Table 200 Two new Dinner Sets For further information address D H- Breckenridge News CLOVERPORT KY Taking a Vacation Miss Addle Louise Cabbage left Sat urday for Versailles where she will be the guest of Mrs R N Hudson From there she will go to Lexington where she will join a party enroute to the Jamestown Exposition Miss Babbage will also visit several other eastern points of interest before returning home Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is en Irclydue to its Restorative fiction upon the controlling nerves of the Stomach etc Sold by all Dealers fI 11 I IEET ME AT NOLTES I I October Nights iI I Bound to Have M- oreCOVERF If you do and need any we cant I supply the articleWW Blankets and Comforts all prices Union Suits and Separate Gar r ments Outing Cloths and FlanW neletts IIWe can help you get readyif Iyou will IICloverport Ky E m II Ii I 1 Iw i Nh NyNI- lilllr tNIN I rFTI1rl i I r I 1 I I I Cadick Milling Co 5mMi CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James Lewis associated us can furnish plans estimates for buildings Work is of good material workmanship our prices reasonable several grades of roofing prices 1 squareOur Ruberiod as building t1ilASekitililStiAitititititiiAilAilitililt I YOUNG MEN II S LEARN TELEGRAPHY f The railroads need you for jx operators Salaries 5000 2 Ira to 12500 per month 3 No other trade or profes x sion can be learned in as short x time or pay as good salary jj at the start ft We are exclusively Telegraph X thorki itions furnished or tuition refunded f KENTUCKY SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY g OWENSBORO KY jf- It NA+ AAtStkAtSISIA AitAAAifil O LET US- CONVINCE t YOU t that its a fatal mistake spend your income of earnings taking account of the future which is bound to which of us can avoid your old age already provided for so can afford make money fly Do not waste no time securing a BANK BOOK start systematic saving no matter how little Every little makes a muckle the canny Scot the Bank of Cloverport awaits your name its ledgers Begin today BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT m PIES and CAKES Ilike mother used to make lie within your reach CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is the kind Iwith which to make de licious flaky crusts ffm light tempting cakes We have It in quar ter and sacks and bar rels Try a small sack if you doubt our recomenda ffM You are sure to back for more Grandview Indiana m1B PROPRIETORS M with and and Our Mill and best and are We have at from to 325 per best will last long as the Jr- i ISM to no come and none Is If you to in and said and on Ky and half tion come JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TI Ct Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky r Weare- Selling More Good Watches and Clocks Than Usual and Have Some Good Ones Now Do You Need One Severs Drug Co a ejC id rTIT T HIE NEW WAY TO TAX MORTGAGES Growth in favor of the Registra Lion Plan several States Now Tax at Five Dol lars a Thousand When Lodged For RecordHavingGood I It will be interesting when a year has rolled around to estimate the amount of tux that has been collected In Kentucky by the state and by coun ties on real estate lien notes and mortgage notus This subject of mort gage taxation is one that Kentucky y should very carefully consider Inmost states It has been recognized that to tax mortgages Is to Impose double taxation since by the borrow- Ing of money upon real estate no new property has been created but only the same property twice It has beets considered however that the state Is entitled to some revenue from this source and other states have solved the problem by levying a registration tax upon mortgages Under this system when a mortgage is filed for record it pays a tax of five dollars on each thousand dollars of the amount secured by the mortgage No subse- Quent tax is imposed and the entire amount of the tax collected goes Into the state treasury Where this system has been tried the result has been a considerable In crease in the revenue from taxation Dt mortgages The system which we are trying In Kentucky by which the county clerk Is required to make IL correct return to the assessor of all mortgages gives very little chance for any mortgages to escape taxation so that to adopt In Kentucky the sys tem of a registration tax on mort gages would not be productive of more revOnue and might possibly be productive of loss but it Is question able whether the slight additional rev- enUe derived from these mortgages makes up for the injustice done to tho borrowers of money It is not conceivable that a man will lend money at 5 or 0 per cent and then pay from 214 to I per cent In the way of tax and yot it would amount to this In very many of our Kentucky cities and towns Rather than do so since he can not now under the lawavold disclosing his possession of the mortgage the lender will simply retire from the money lending market Those restrictions curtail the amount ol money that will bo loaned on mort gages and result In a hardship to bor rowers It should be remembered also that the borrowers affected In this case are of the very best class farmers who need to raise money on their farms men of small means who desire to borrow money to build homes as well as men who pledge real estate to aid them In extensive building or industrial operations The possibility of borrowing the money they need from private sources has always been of great advantage to people of those classes especially In small towns and cities where there are not so many trust companies mak ing loans The lender might stand the burden of the tax If he were al lowed to add that amount to his rate of Interest but he is headed off In that direction by the usury laws In many caves he takes chances on this point and by various devices will contrive to collect from the borrower some extra premium by way of offset to the tax he must pay on the mortgage In this way the burden falls direct on the borrower and must In evltably fond to Increase the interest rate on mortgage loans That a tax on mortgages does no Increase the Interest rate on mort gage loans has been clearly proved by the experience of New York It IIn not to be supposed that there will be any opposition to the tax on mortgages on the part of corporations which have money to lend since by law banks and trust companies are not specifically taxed on their mort gage loans But any banker dislikes to see anything done that restricts tllA amount of available capital in the state for such restriction of available capital means restriction of bus noes restriction of all forms of progress that make the state more prosperous Experience has up to this time demonstrated that the only beneficiaries of the attempt tto rigidly tax mortgages are the foreign Insurance companies which come fused the state and lend their money and being resident In other states do nut bave to pay a tax on their mortgagor The same registration tax wher it has heron adopted Is applied to the mortgages tiled by railroad and other corporations This Is proving a more effective way of taxing bonds than to take tho chance of Individual holder being willing to give thorn in for tax ation which they generally fall to do In view of the fact that tho bonds rarely pay more than 6 to 10 per cent and threefifths to threefourths nf this would have to be given up to the tax gatherer If the bonds are listed with the assessor And men will not willingly submit to confiscation The subject of taxing credits is one of the most difficult In the realm of taxation and It is a field where mis takes are most costly because it Is the taxation of this form of property that drives capital from the com munity and to drive capital from the community means tire curtailment rf all the enterprises that build up the community and add to Its population tend to the value of Its real estate NOMADIC ALTRUISM SCHEME Labor Leader Plane Chain of Poit For Wandering Cree Indians A band of 100 families of Cree In dlans is to be the nucleus around which Honore Jaxon half breed In dlan himself and labor leader of ChI cago hopes to establish a plan for nomadic altruism says the Sl Louis RepublicHe a chain of camping posts throughout the United States which will allow the Indians to roan south In winter north In summer of any way they want at any time The band of Crees are the lone remnant 01 one of the finest tribes of the northwest According to Mr Jaxon they are the noblest martyrs of all redskins who have been persecuted since is 1885 they succeeded In gaining en trance to the United States by outwit ting the Canadian soldiers They havi been homeless wanderers In Montana fugitives from the United States and Canadian authorities alike Mr Jaxon recently left St Louis fox Chicago where at his headquarters hi will arrange for the preliminary steps In the undertaking From Chicago he will go to Montana to consult with the Crees He will reproduce In the eloquence of the Cree language which he says Is the equal of the Greek their pleas fur the right of wandering These pleas are Intended for the sense of justice of the American public The government Just now does not count bemuse they have refused to grant a permanent reservation for the CreesFrom whatever land propositions are forthcoming camping posts a days journey apart from Mexico to Canada are to be established and In them a primitive life will be lived by a tribe I which always has believed that land belonged to no one in particular and to whom the right of wandering Is su premeMr Jaxon to start the ball rolling will dispose of a costly Indian horse hair bridle In which 00000 hairs are involved in the construction It Is a remarkable example of color blending displaying wonderful harmonies and naive Ingenuities Mr Jaxon hopes that whoever receives It will feel him self a participant In a belated effort to do justice to what may be styled the last of a noble race Ills Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree yenis old throes on Elec tric Bitters writes W B Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and slteps well rhatV the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chil dren too aae gtently strengthened by them Guaranteed alto for stomach- erl and kidney troubles sold by Severs Drug Co sOc Howell Did you find that umbrella you los- tPowellYes Howell Ill bet you were glad to get It back Poel1Yoll lose I left it at my notherlnlawR and when it came back she came with ItExchange SEVERE ECZEMA CURED IN SOUTH Suffers Three YearsHands and Eye Most Affected Employed Doctor to No EffectNow Entirely Recovered and Will Recommend CUTICURA REMEDIES IN ALL PARTS OF PARISH wife was taken badly with ecIMy three years and she employed a doctor With no effect at all until she employed Cu ticura Soap and Ointment Ono of her hands and her left eye were badly1 affected and when sho usingCutlcura Ointment the eczema came back but very slightly but It dId her a sight of good Then wo complied with the instructions in using the entire sot of Cuticura Remedies and my wife is entirely recovered She thanks Cuticura very much and will recommend it highly In our locality and In every nooK and corner of our parish God bless you for the sake or lIydropolis SOUTHERN MAN CURED- Of aTerrible Eczema by Cuticura in Six Weeks Some time ago I suffered terribly with eczema and I had tho best medi cal attendance but tho more medicine I took tho worse it seemed to get I kept on with medicine for about five weeks until I saw the Cuticura Remedies advertised and I at once pur chased tho Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent but had not the slightest hope of them curing me After I had used the first set of tho Cuticura Remedies I saw the improvement and in just six weeks my skin was as smooth as ever I advise any ono suffering from this terrible RemediesHenryCharleston S 0 Juno 12 1000 torEnryStall or CUticura SoaP 2fC to Cleanie the fklD enGUneuraCoated PIIIIL 25c ther via of ee to Purify the Wood ChezCorpMr Ualled Ftte How to dure BUB HUKCM SMITHS IN THE LEAD Dominate American Society As sorts Social Register Locater BROWNS COME NEXT ON LIST No JonttM In Providence and Oak lands Preferred Knows None Named Jaekton Select Roll Has 8450 Names Strange Differences In the SpellingSociety is led throughout the United States north south east and west by the ancient and honorable family of Smith as is tfliown by the Social negI ister Locater the first number ol which was published the other day This volume is a compendium of theI names of persons of social prominence In twenty American cities and hat been prepared with painstaking careI It consists of an alphabetical arrange ment of 84500 names together with the cities where the persons reside This furnishes a clew to many sources of information concerning those whose doings are of interest to society In the principal cities of the United States Of the Smiths there are found to be 550 nil told while the Browns who number 346 come next In preferment The Joneses number 262 while the Robinsons have 173 on the roll of the select elect to quote Miss Carolyn Wells The numerically predominant names In New York are ns followsI Smith 103 Brown 137 Morgan 84 Clark 81 Robinson 81 Taylor 80 and Miller 80 Boston has only C Smiths and 10 Browns but the Hub has 22 Wllllnmses 44 Peabodys and 44 Coolldges New York has the most Smiths and 40 per cent of the Browns while Bal timore Is a close second In the posses slon of the clan of Brown The Smiths predominate In Philadelphia with n battalion of 123 although the Blddle family which Is so much a part of the City of Brotherly Love has 72 members The Joneses are to be found everywhere except in Provi dence and Oakland Oakland has nobody nt all In society named Jackson Baltimore Is entitled to have the most Jenkinses present nt any large social function In Chicago the Walkers lot low the Smiths In preference while In Providence the name Aldrich Is the open sesame to society Plttsburg has the most Laughllns The Smiths are at the fore in St Louis and St Paul and In Minneapolis the question of prestige Is n tie among the Wnshburns Winston and Woodworths Summaries of the names which recur In the various cities reveal some interesting facts culled from this American Alinnntich de Jotha There are 140 01 the family of Adams In 15 clUes while the 04 Alexanders are distributed through 17 cities There are 31 Am ors and Boston society has them all Of the Blddle family besides the 72 lit Philadelphia whkh hove been men tioned there are IIS In New York anil In Washington but they are really part of the parent stock which nourish es In the city of Penn Five cities only have Appletons of whom there are 21 In Boston 17 In Now York 2 in Philadelphia 2 in St Paul and 1 in Baltimore All of the fancily of Auchlucloss to the num ber of 17 have not wandered away from New York Of the 35 Cabots 32 reside In Boston The 213 of the house of Davis are scattered through IS cities and they are the most numerous In Washington Nearly every city or 10 of the score have sonic of the 1CII KingsStrange differentiations In the spell ing of names appear throughout the volume There are 239 of the family of Clarke and 90 of the name with DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sue to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedyIt f medialteenth century discovered years of byDrnent kidney and blad der sneclalst Inilamebles and Brlghts Disease which is the worst form of ktinertrouble Dr Kilmer SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have ney liver or 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led me to and what It will lead them to It was un dermining our church The whist and euchre parties were sweeping the wo men of the congregation and the church was sinking because of their neglect The card craze as It prevails among women Is the most serious com petitor the church has today If you take Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt re lief from backache weak kidneys inflammation of the bladder and urinary troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by All Druggists In Teddy Bear Land When Baby Teddy saw the tree Twas fun to hear him tease Me wants a little boy or girl I For Kissmas if you please 1JIt I I 1 WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense Now and Then Is Relished by the Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name WIEttaWEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period oflime Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New Yor iIJ11I Southern Railway I Offers Very Low Round Trip 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arrive at Louisville 725 AM No tl2latlyMatlanaExpressleavesCl verporc 939 A M stops at all way stations I arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 450 p moo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 35 p m Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Ole verport accommodation arrives Oloverport i 848o m No 118 Express Saturday only loaveOloverport 849 p m arrives Loutsvhh 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam I LongBranWEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday taccommodatlonleavesCloverporteOOa m arrives Eransrillo 900 am exprleavesBasSTll1e Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Htawey Henderson and Evansville- ar lves St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p moo Evansville 0- pm Stops at all stations I Noll5daily St Louis fast train leaves Olo yerportlll061PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis I 0 A M stops at HawesvUle Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo verport 925 a m arrives Evansville 12 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 115 and 146 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Hcnday leaves Fordsville 430 n raves Irvlngton 840 aa Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leave Pordsvlll330p m arrives Irvington 580 p m Train No 8 Sunday only Fordi vlllo830 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves IrvtngtonlO 5am arrives Fordsrllle 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves living ton 650 m arrives Fords vllleB40 pm FOR BALEBook of Destiny fortune boot at News office Ideas of the Soul The old Egyptians thought the soul was a bird with a human face and human hands which on the death of him In whom It dwelt on earth dew to the gods its kin Drawings and sculptured figures show this little Dinged soul sometimes represented arched a by the sarcophagus touching e mummy In a last farewell before it rose In heavenward flight Among the Greeks the soul was thought oC as a tiny human figure In Roman days the butterfly was taken as its symbol In mediaeval pictures and reliefs we see It leaving the mouth of the dead either as a child or as a tiny naked manas for example Is tliown In tho Campo Santo of Pisa in Orca gnas fresco of the Triumph of DeathIn northern lands we learn from folklore the soul not seldom left the body as a mouse or a snake It was on the former superstition that the story of tho bishop of Hatto was based and also as some say that of the Pled Piper of Hamelln An Impediment to Plain Speaking Down in Pike county said an Ar kansas statesman we had a trial t attended once where a man named Jolnson was on tho stand Jolnson was for tho defense and tho way he was setting things straight was a cau tion Hero said the attorney for the prosecution when ho took Jolnson in hand I want you to stop prevaricat ing Dont you know you aro under oath1 Stop what1 asked the witness Stop prevaricating- The witness drew himself up with fttdiPtty Well he said Td Uk to know how a man can fielp prevari 4ltiltwkeg hes lost two fnwt iiethl M t Modern Womank The Crime Wave and Childrens Playgrounds Kind of Savings Banks That Appeal to Women Minor Observations The many crimes of violence recently reported suggest that we are living In the midst of an epidemic of such things That there are epidemics of crime has been proved by observation Tho most ghastly feature of this one Is that little girls have In the majority of cases been the chief victims Now Is It possible that mothers are to blame Are the children of the poor not sufficiently well guarded It would seem so The fact of the matter Is most children are allowed to roam about or play upon the streets in city or country town with so little su pervision on the parents part that it is a wonder there are not more trage dies Instead of so few It Is true that many mothers are too busy to play tho part of nursemaids to their children but they can train them to stay In the yard or It they live In a fiat Join the other mothers in the house In contributing enough to make a safe playground on the roof If thelandlord wont pay for it In large cities children need more playgrounds where they wilt be under the supervision of a responsible older person That parents appreciate having them so cared for is shown by the popularity of recreation grounds and vacation schools wherever opened The present Is n good time to start a campaign In favor of the establishment of such piny grounds in every community r r Some day an enterprising man or woman will open a bank where de positors arc not required to tell their ages Then what t rush of women Investors It will have After all It does seem that some system might bo devised better than the absurd and embarrassing catechisms to which feminine depositors are now subjected It Is interesting to know that It Is not necessary to tell the real age pro vided the woman gives something ap proximately correct and takes the pro caution of remembering what she has given On the witness stand women are not often asked to tell their ages When questioned such an answer as I am of legal age will satisfy court A Judges decision In a theII where n woman refused to tell her age was that she could not be sworn to It as it was something based en tirely on hearsay evidence since at the time of her birth the defendant was too young to have had any knowl edge of the event Women dont like to tell their ages and there is no rea son why they should be required to do so As Bronson Howard says In Aristocracy The woman who will tell her age will tell anything And theres something in that too k k Society has realized that the conver sationists are no more and it IIs said we may now look for Improve ments along this line In London conversation has become so mtch a lost art that women are taking up its study seriously A woman who advertised In a London newspaper offering to give lessons at so much per hour re celved nine answers the first day Her charge is 25 n week for two hours conversation each day When fash ionable America takes up this new fad conversation classes will form a source of revenue for many bright and needy women k M- In the Horse Heaven district In tho state of Washington a number of women have taken homestead claims and are living on them alone to com ply with the conditions of the law This land consists of a belt twenty five miles wide by ICO miles long It has an altitude of 2000 feet and in Its unbroken state was a wild country covered With sagebrush Many men who took up claims there abandoned them because of tho wildness of tho country but not onq woman has yet done so Some of the earlier women had to go out to work In order to earn the money to secure tho required Improvements but succeeded In mak ing good One of the young women Is a schoolteacher another was n cook In an Indian school while others are widows who are trying to make up for the thriftlessness of their late hus- bAnds Yet there are still persons In the unsophisticated east that consider woman the weaker vessel kst- In the writing of memoirs and bi ography mauy women are earning well merited commendations Mrs Maria Freeman Gray of San Francis co widow of the famous Judge Gray who In 18G3 pronounced unconstitu tional the Iowa law debarring the en trance of free negroes Into that state has contributed a fine biographical sketch of her husband to a current magazine Mrs John Watson is said to be at work on the memoirs of her husband the late Ian Maclaren Mrs George Cornwallls West widow of Lord Randolph Churchill assisted her son with the book relating to his fa thers career and Is said to be elabo rating some further biographical material while Mrs Lecky wife of the historian Is preparing a life of her husband Women are particularly successful with literary work of this kind as tho many memoirs and bIog- raphies of the men of the civil war period bear witness k k latesteschemes is to open in connection with Hull House Chicago a five cent thea t r UAttY pALEII t L7 In Teddy Bear Land When Teddy lot his Christmas gift jy He said Id like it betteryo If Santa d send a pair of pants i v JlDwith my new sweater 1 OIL KING A JOLLY HOST andInJpry as a Boy For Fun Says Fellow Quoit Player How does it seem to play with the richest man In the world The ques lion was asked of Charles II Glasgow a mall clerk who recently returned to Bellcfontalne 0 from a visit to John D Rockefeller at Cleveland says a Bcllefontnlne special to the New York WorldI trylifeminute did the thought that I was lu the company of an oil king or a man of millions enter my brain Mr Rockefeller made me feel as a welcome guest and one whom he de lighted to honor We played at quoitsI most of the time I was at Forest Hill and Mr Rockefeller enjoyed the fun Immensely One of his favorite expressions Is By George and when he made a good play at quoits hed say By George wasnt that n ginger Just as you and I would say He Is always anxious that hisI guests shall have n good time and re fuses to let them stand on any cere monyMr Rockefeller Is a student of the Scriptures and can quote as readily asI the next one Biblical quotations arc often used by him to Illustrate someI point in his conversation During my visit with Mr Rockefel ler I never heard a criticism of Pros dent Ropsevelt or any one else pass his lips He seemed like a big good nntured boy always ready to enter heart and soul into the games which interested him Matters of business or current events seemed to be the last thing In his mind Despite his age he is as spry as a young man of thirty and can In the excitement of the game run and jump around with almost any of his com pang He likes to play checkers too and is an authority on the game Mr IlockofellecJsa greajtJjaalerrtoC The Dodging Periodof A woman Mfc to the name often given tQudw of life Your menses coat at Itcf Intervals and grow scantftr utl they stop Tha change lasts tiles or four years and causes muck pate and suffering byfrbjng OFCARDUI Woman Refuge in Distress It quickly relieves the pain nary ousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc throughthis yourUfeYou can get It at all druggists In SI 00 boW s EVERYTHDCQ BUT DEATH I suffered wrKMVIrclnU Robionof East OIl MI unto I took Cardul which andEM so quickly its 1ied my docttr Mho dlWt know MtaWqk I books ahTtlie ErfgTIStf tfoTenstsynne Dickens and Scott appeal to him He has said that he envied Dickens his knowledge of human nature and Scotts power of description Rockefeller may be the richest man In the world and all that but you never think of It once you are his guest and he would seem to you ns he did to me just a hospitable kindly uatured old boy in for nil the fun thats going Fifty Years a Blacksmith Because you have contracted ordinary c Ids and recovered from them without treatment of any kind do not lor a moment imagine that colds are not dangerous Everyone knows that pneumonia aud chronic catarrh have their origiu m a common cold Consumption is not cause j by a cold but I the cold prepares the system for the re ception and devaloouient of the germs that would not otherwise have found 10Jg went It is the same with all in fectious diseases Diptheria scarlet fever measles and whooping cough are much more likely to be contracted when the child has a cold You will1 see from this that more real danger lurks in a cold than in any other of the cowmen ailments The easiest and quickest to cure a cold is to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy The many remarkablecures effected by this preparation have made it a staple art cle of trade over a large part of the world For sale by Severe Drug Co WOMENS LAND CLUB Organization Formed to Take Up Homesteads In Colorado Settlers in the Little Snake river val ley reclamation district In Colorado will be astonished when they take up their claims In a few days under the Carey oct to find a group of Colorados now women Installed as their neigh bors says the Denver News This club has been formed by Miss Ruth O Owens of 1048 Williams street Den ver and Is composed of enough young women to take up between them two full sections of land 1280 acres Not wishing to be bothered with land agents and people desirous of selling or leasing their farms at an advanced figure Miss Owens declines to divulge the names of her copartners She declares that they have all gone Into the project for the purpose of get ting comfortably fixed In life through the Income from their crops and by tho steady Increase In land values which they are certain will come In the next few years Tho young women plan to take up tho land as soon as tho district is thrown open to settlers which will be early in September and will then en tor Immediately on active farming They plan to have a portion of each of their claims plowed packed bar rowed and sown with winter wheat beforo the cold weather sets in After this is done tho laterals and network of ditches running through their lands will be started upon Water for these lands will be secured from a large sixty mile irrigation canal None of the young women entering into tho project has an abundance of wealth Miss Owens lives with her mother Mrs A p Owens She is but little over twentyone years of age having bpt recently been graduated from St Josephs academy one of the fashion I able finishing schools for young women situated near Chicago folkstofor this purpose they sty should be carried la the pocket steam Plowslnlnzrlana Steam plows are a probability for farms In southwestern Indiana says an Evausvllle Ind correspondent of the Indianapolis News The first one has already been Introduced In Illinois across the Wahasu river and Is expected to revolutionize the plowing part of farm work In the neighborhood as wellI as In border counties of Indiana o McClary of Lawrence county III wb has bought the new steam plow willI contract to break ground just as the owner of a thrashing outfit takes the contract to thrash a farmers grain The machine Is cf twentyfive horsepower and will plow ten furrows at a time each fourteen Inches wide I will be operated day and night duringI the plowing season mid has n capacity of thirty acres every twelve hours Castlat The Hague While statesmen are sent to The Hague to spin phrases about pence and to boast of humanity Lebaudys balloon La Patrie In Parts and the machine of Major Grosz In Berlin are executing their war maneuvers In th air and tho astonished and peoples look to a future full of Increas ing possibilities but also full of Increasing terrors of war says Die Zel t of Vienna The war balloons mount aloft tho castles in the air of peace are falling to the ground Hard Times in Kansas The old days of grasshoppers an drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg h not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says I was worn o and discouraged by coughing night an day and could find no relief till I trie j Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cu me The safestt and most reliable cough and cold remedv and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50 and 1 Trial bottle fre- eMONUMENTTO WORK f Splendid Memorial of Presenttt Age Planned by Rodin TOWER OF LABOR DESIGNE- Committee Formed to Push Frenc Sculptors ProjectAppeal For Funds to Be Issued In Europe and America Fine Inner Decorations A great monument intended to be a permanent oxpresslon of the age w live in has been designed by the famous French sculptor Auguste Rodin and a committee headed by ArmandI Dayot has been formed with a view to putting M Rodins project into exe cutlon says a special cable from Paris to the New York Times An appeal for funds will be Issuedj both in Europe and America in the belief that all progressive nations willI contribute to honor labor and creative thought and leave a memorial of tin 1present age OH one of work design Is for a lofty tower which he calls the Tower of Labor He designs It to be about 200 feet 1in height with a central shaft surrouud cd by a spiral staircase supported by eight pillars At either side of thei main doorway is a gigantic tlgure one representing tiny the other night The outer surface of the tower IIs to L j plain nil decoration being reserved fo the inner column This is to be coy ered with basreliefs and statues repre senting all kinds of labor and human effort Miners and divers are appro prlately pluced on tho ground floor On the top Is a small pink marble temple with a gilded roof crowned b two winged figures symbolizing hu inanity freed from slavery The tinted marble and gold are intended to sug gest the perpetual sunrise of happiness on honest toll M Rodin was asked recently wheth er he thought his conception likely to be carried out Who knows 1 be replied shruggin- his shoulders A great deal of mono would be needed to realize it and r fear there are very few people williu to open their purses for the sake of a artistic conception Personally I have more hope of America than of another country because America pos season many men ready to place grewt wealth at the service of art A solemn glorification of work ought to strikh the imagination of a country whic gives us such wonderful examples of IndustryThere Is no reason why artists of all nations should not contribute stat ues and frescoes for tho Interior deco ration and so make the monument onI international symphony in marble andI bronze The general plan alone wouldI bo mine I may never see the tower but att any rate I will have the satisfaction derived from a fine Idea and that is1 worth all the rest Rodin said this In his Paris studio near tho Eiffel tower Ho had finishedI his days work and was preparing to return to his homo in Meudon Hot was asked If ho never took a vacation- I work ho replied until I feel too tired to do my best Then I go away for a few days rest without making plans in advance I hate to be far from my studio and always return feeling that life can offer no greater satisfaction than work i DeWitts Carbolized Witch I Salve Iis good for little burns and big burns small scratches or bruises andl big ones It is healing and soothing I Good for Piles Sold by AU Druggists NEED OF ARMY NOOSES Farmers to Be Encouraged to Raise Them- I NOT ENOUGH GOOD STEEDS Military Officer Recommend the Es tablishment of a Remount Station Near Newport KyAll tho Horses Will Be Trained For Service- t Officers at Fort Thomas have recom mended the site of the old government rifle range on the Licking river back of Newport Ky as a desirable loca tion for one of the six remount sta tions that will shortly be established by the war department to furnish horses for the United States army says the Cincinnati Commercial Trlb fune i sIt is the Intention of the war depart ment to raise all horses that are to be used In the future by the cavalry ap tlllery and Infantry divisions of the army as well as mules for the quarter master and commissary departments- At the present time great difficulty la encountered to supply enough good horses for the army Agents of the ward department scour the country regions and buy up all desirable horses During the recent Japanese war talk ISIt was pointed out by army officers that the United States couldnot prop gMutenoughdon supply the present standing army of GOf 000 I HYojild be a dl1cult problem tore PQTUr horseg for additional troop 5 A the present time to army buys 17000 horses every year Tho nverage fiyIyears while those In tho Infantry branch which are used by tho officers last about seven years Every horse used by the army has to be replaced every five years t It is the Intention of the war de partment to divide the country into geographical sections Remount sta tions where horses will be raised and trained for the service will bo established at the Newport rifle range which Is considered the best point la Kentucky to raise horses Springfield caGDand Fort Reno Okla rehmount station in Lexington Ky by the German government has opened the eyes of army officers to tho advan tages of the remount system It has long been recognized that American horses are the host In the world fore army purposes and It Is tho intention of the German government to Intro duce them for use In the kaisers army German horses will be import ed Into America and sent to Lexington where they will he crossed with Amor lrScan horses It Is hoped that better horses will be available for use of the German troops In the geographical divisions of tho remount station men will tour the ad Jacent farming region to buy up Wee best horses A horse census will be taken by the government which will show how runny and what kind of horses can be used by the army In caso of war All horses brought to the various remount stations will be trained for service They will be put through evolutions that will make them useful as soon ns they are received at an greeneposhrfor development The system of remount stations will put an end to this practice which has been the source of conslderablo annoy ance as many of the horses have been found worthless after efforts to train them Every horse that leaves a re ymount station will be thoroughly tested Farmers will be encouraged to raise horses for the army as the govern ment will purchase horses at all times without making the farmers walt as Is the present custom until the army needs them The Newport rifle range is recom goodIagentsu CityyCitytphotoI11100hthe city from Sheffield to Swope park on tho south and the stockyards and Armourdale on the west says tho Kan sas City Star When finished tho pho tograph will bo about four foot long by a foot and a half wide A repro icntatlvc of a Chicago firm of photog rapiers consulted with P Connor weather forecaster the other morning toncernlng weather conditions In the larly fall particularly the prevailing winds The balloon will be used In tho tvent that there Is not sufficient wind lo support the aeroplane Duplicate of the Grand Trianon Ono of the new show places of the west will bo the duplicate of the Grand rrianon at Versailles now being erect id at Colorado Springs Colo by 0 A Baldwin a California millionaire Jon of the Into Admiral Baldwin Tho building will be 100 feet long triangu lar In shape with the outer basement walls of white stone and the walls above that of dull white enamel terra cotta says a Colorado Springs dispatch 1The interior will follow tho Louis XIV style with large rooms With the ex ception of General Palmers castle at Hen Eyrie this will be the raostcostly racifeace 1m OoteraAo l W t 1 vCUsXrv T N1e if Vhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPT 25 1907 PATESVILLE Chas Bradshaw is visiting relatives at this place Miss Zula Bowlds of Clover port is visiting Mr and Mrs W ReidMrs Stokely Buck spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Wilmouth DownsMiss Sallie Baker spent several days of last week in Ohio county the guest of relatives Misses Bettio Powers and Ella Gist of Gocring attended the ball game hero Saturday Homer Tindle and mother of Dukes spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Stephen Powers Edward Dean and familyof Tell City have moved their house hold goods in the Starks property Matthias Miller the cattle buyer of Hardinsburg is the guest of Mr and Mrs S J BakerA V Day and two children spent several days of last week in Whitesville the guests of his father and other relatives Otis Kinder spent several days of last week with Mr and Mrs Lafayette Jarboe returning to his home in Tobinsport Wednesday Roseville and Patesville played a match game of ball on the lat ters grounds Saturday afternoon The score stood in favor of Pates yule Mrs Etta Marlow and Mrs Edna Day and children spent sev eral days in Whitesville the guceta of Mr Day and other rela tives Mr Jas M Fawver and daugh ters Misses Nell and Ruth were in Hawesvillo and Cannelton Mon day shopping and having dental work done Dr J T Milner returned from Union Star Wednesday where he has been spending several days the guest of his mother Mrs Wm Milner Mr and Mrs F F Gordon and children of Central City who have been visiting relatives at this place for several weeks returned to their home Tuesday Wilmouth Downs and son May field lost several hundred feet of green lumber by fire at their mill near town one night last week It is supposed to be of incendiary origin Mr Jas M Fawver has just completed wagon on iron wheels for Mr Stokely Buck Mr Buck will erect a small house on the wagon and he and his wife will leave shortly to travel in different parts of the country MAKE THIS UP AT YOUR HOME Prepare It At Home By Shaking Ingredients Well In A Bottle What will appear very interesting to I many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription as formulated by a noted authority who claims that he has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or bladder derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Brighte disease Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparille three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime A wellknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingredients are all harmless and can be obtained a small cost from any good prescription pharm acy or the mixture would be put up f asked to do so He further stated that white this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and back ache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in given it a trial CUSTER Miss Daisy Trent is a visitor at the Institute John Cook has gone into the tie business Joe Trent is attending the in stitute this week Miss Pearl Rhodus is attendin the institute this week Virgil Harned and Ernest Ben nett are attending the institute Miss Emma Meyer of Owens boro is the guest of her aunt Mrs Buddie Bennett Dun Bennett the efficient teacher at Nebo is attending the institute at Hardinsburg this week Richard Adkinson and wife nor Miss Ada Lyons are making their homo for the present with MrAdkissons father D IV Board and Thos Ben nett have dissolved partncr hip in the blacksmithing business Mr Bennett will continue in the businessWill Harrington will in the fu ture be found at Constantine and will join his brothers in business They will do business under the Grm name of Harrington Bros Ernest Mercer of Eveleigh was arrested at Constantine Saturday night for rowdyism in church and disturbingreligious worship He was tried for the offense Monday Mr and Mrs Doe Berry have been in our neighborhood several days having been called here from Vine Grove by the death of their daughterinlaw Mrs Ella BerryAs Ed Brunor was returning home from prayer meeting last Wednesday his horse fell with him and cut an ugly gash in his head He had to stop at the drug store and have the wound dressed before proceeding to his home Retus Lyons wife and baby were guests at Dr Meadors from Tuesday until Wednesday Retus lives in Louisville since he had the misfortune to loge his store at Spring Lick by fire This is their first visit to their relatives and friends since being domiciled I at Louisville Rove Buchanan and Bowles are conducting a very successfulmeet ing at Constantine The new Baptist church was not large enough to hold the congregation so they have procured a very large tent capable of seating 600 people Rev Bowls is a very able preacher and draws large crowds Much interest is being manifested Mrs Ella Berry daughter of Mr and Mrs Ephram Gray died an September 27 Mrs Berry had been an invalid for several months and her death was not unexpected Mrs Berry is survived by her husband one child and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Mrs Berrys remains were interred at the bury ing ground of her Brother James Grays farm east of Custer The services were conducted by Rev Jabcz Lyons assisted by Rev Buchanan A large concourse of friends and relatives were at the burial Mrs Berry was converted seven years ago and remained a Christian until her death but had not joined any churc- hLODIBURU Chas Payne was in Louisville ast week buying fall goods for the firm of Hardin Payne Miss L B Head is visiting relatives at Owensboro Misses Mary and Statia Arga bright were at Brandenburg Saturday shopping Prayer meeting at Raymond very Sundaynight Mr and Mra Victor Orendorff and mother and Mr and Mrs Jesse Parka will leave soon for isalias Cal to reside Miss Ida Atar Messrs Harrison Lshcraf Roscoe Keys and Miss Anna Keys were guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Dowell of near lardinsburg Saturday and Sunday GLENDEANE A E Smith is putting up a new house Wade Harlow has gone to Hot Spring ArkCol David Murray was down on business last week Sanford Pool has bought a fine mar of Mr Frank Noblet June Baumanhas returned nome iim Weldon after a short visit John P Haswell Jr of Hardirsburg was down here on business C Vic Robertson of Hardinsburg IIs down on business this week C W Dean has been to Daws n Springs for his helath again R H Moorman is spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Jas A Dean Miss Beulah DeHaven of Millwood is visiting Miss Nell Fisher this week Margaret Peyton of Falls of Rough is visiting Miss Betsie Moorman this weekBro Barret of Louisville preached a fine sermon Sunday night at the Baptis church 1 E F Monhan is on the sick list and Mr Wright has taken his place on the railroadJ Mattinglg and Ed Glasscocl have put them in a new pair of Fair bank Scales Bro B D Clapp Tennessee is VIS sting Mr and Mrs R G Robertson for a few days John A Kiper of Louisville is cowing home to Spend a few days with his father and friends Mrs R A Crider and Mrs F W Bailey are visiting Mrs Lien Haynes of Whitesville this week Elliott Moorman has gone back tc Ahapolis Mdll to school after spending 3 or 4 weeks with his father and friends There are lots of the boys done cutting tobacco but still there is one half of the crop out yet Since itturned cold they have begun to cut their tobacco Lennie Mattingly Jr came to town Saturday evening and bought a hay bailer On his way home his mules became frightened and ran off killing one which was valued at 150 John W Mattingly sold his place to Duke Powell and moved to Louisville where he tookpneumonia andonly lived five days He died Aug 20th and was brought back here to be buried Bro D B Clapp preached his funeral Mr ann Mrs H A Oelze and Mrs Helen Adams will leave soon for Leitchfield where Mr Oelze goes to put in a furnace A weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpatation or In termittent pulse always means stomach nerves or weak Heart nervesStreugtben these inside or controlling nerves with Dr Sloops 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 w rth this simple trial Sold by All Dealers GARDENS TO BANISH CRIME Chicago Lawyer Plan For Dealing With Wrongdoers A garden colony for amiable crimi nals where they will learn to be good by growing peaches and roses Is the latest Idea to be advanced in criminal reformatory methods says the Chicago Tribune The author of tho Arcadian principle Is John F Geeting editor of the American Criminal Records and a Chicago criminal lawyer Mr Geeting does not refer to crimi nals of a dark and bloody turn of mind but to those kindly souls who practice the gentle art of selling gold bricks to the unsophisticated rustic These men with their vast army of brothers who earn a precarious living through various forms of swindling are pleasant companions and not infrequently blithe and witty souls The present method by which the rude law casts these men Into the com mon Jail with murderers and anarchists is according to Mr Geeting the de struction of many of them who are on ly suffering from a slight moral twist which might be straightened out by the application of much milder methods The scheme which Mr Geeting In tends to urge upon the governor and legislature of Illinois is the formation of a little town along novel lines The town will be situatedI In the country each house standing in the center of a little garden where peaches and roses may grow For fear the rural simplici ty of tho place might pall on the city bred inhabitants and tempt them to re turn to wicked places like Chicago a stout wall will be erected all about the town whose ugliness can be concealed with trailing vines and gooseberry bushesAll who havo not homicidal tendencies or have not been in the hab- It of beating their wives over the head with a poker will be eligible to citizen ship upon tho order of tho judge Each will have a little cottage and will grow pure and at least morally beautiful In the peaceful pursuit of botany If he should try to filch his neighbors tools or sell him a potato for a peach he will be argued with gently and brought back to tho narrow path by moral suasion and a fruit diet Mr Geeting is satisfied that his scheme would prove the salvation of many criminals who are only confirm ed In their courses by the present punt tive methods He purposes to embody his plan in writing and have it submitted to the legislature PRNCHON REfORMS President Wilson Would Abolish Clubs at the University TO ESTABLISH QUAD SYSTEM New Residential Plan He Relieves Will Eradicate Many Existing Evil Consider Present Club Life Demoral ling Unwholesome View of Prince ton Alumni President Woodrow Wilson of Prince ton university who recently told of his plan for the social reorganization of the university declares that at present cliques and factions dominate the uni versity Ho will abolish the clubs and these combinations and have an equal number of students from each class room In what he calls a quad His suggestions have been adopted by the board of trustees and will soon be put In operation says a Princeton N J dispatch to the New York Times Mr Wilson says In part Under our present social organiza tion there Is a constant even an In creasing disconnection between the life and the work of the university The social activities of the place not only have no necessary connection with any of Its serious tasks but are besides exceedingly complex and absorbing and In fact absorb the energies of the most active undergraduates In purely unacademlc things It has become common for sophomores as the end of the academic year approaches to ask the advice of their Instructors now that there Is some Intimacy of counsel between them as to which career they shall choose for the remainder of their course the stu dious or the social The last two years have seen Influ ences of this kind Increase in strength at an extraordinary rate and gala a momentum which makes this the Im perative time of action It Is clearly evident to any one who lives In Princeton and Intimately touches the life of the place that these Influences are splitting classes Into factions and endan gering that class spirit upon which we depend for our self government and for the transmission of most of the loyal Impulses of the university The polities of candidacy for mem bership In the upper class clubs not only produces a constant and very de moralizing distraction from university duties In freshmen and sophomore careers but enforces all sorts of ques tionable customs Group rivalries break the solidarity of the classes The younger classes are at no point made conscious of the In terests of the university Their whole thought Is concentrated upon Individ ual ambitions upon means of prefer ence upon combinations to obtain self- Ish Individual ends and the welfare of the university as against any particu lar bad custom which will serve that purpose Is Ignored labor as the upper class men may to point It out and enforce It- Not only do men In all classes feelI that too great absorption In study will Involve virtual disqualification for so cial preferment they also feel that the chief objects of their happiness and their ambition are connected with their social affiliations not with the general Interest of the university- If for nothing else than to keep the classes undivided in spirit the new quad divisions would be preferable to the present club divisions President Wilson tells of his plan to avoid these things It Is our purpose he says to draw the undergraduates together Into residential quads In which they shall eat as well as lodge together and In which they shall under the presidency of a resident member of the faculty regulate their corporate life by some sim ple method of self government For this purpose It would be necessary to place all future dormitories In such relation to those already erected as to form closo geographical units Every undergraduate would be required actually to live In his quadthat Is to take his meals there as well as to lodge there The residents of each quad would ha made up as nearly as might be of equal numbers of seniors juniors sophomores and freshmen The object of this arrangement would be to put unmarried members of the faculty In residence In the quads In order to bring them into close habitual natural association with the un dergraduates and so Intimately tie the intellectual and social life of the place into one another to associate the four classes In a genuinely organic man ner and make of the university a real social body to the exclusion of cliques ind separate class social organizations to give to the university the kind of common consciousness which apparently comes from the closest sort of social contact to be had only outside the classroom and most easily to be gotabout a common table and in the contacts of a common life I cannot imagine a service to the university which would bring more distinction more eclat throughout the entire university world or which would give to our present clubs a position of greater interest and Importance In the history of academic life In America Among Princeton men In New York the announcement made br Dr Warm CONTAINS ENNEBYSMothers II row Wilson president of the unlversl fy that with the aid of the trustee he Intended to abolish the college clubs formed the Uvcllesttoplc that has beet under discussion since the prcccptorln system was launched says the New York Herald Dr Wilsons plan was debated vieI mmsly as to Its wisdom but through out the discussion there was a tern erat6note It IItMCltt all likely airy nranlced Apposition to the plan ill the alumni will develop At the Princeton club the propose change was much discussed Wllllan W Phillips treasurer of the club and president of the board of trustees ot the Cap and Gown club at Princeton which will be abolished by the Inauguration of the new plan said This change will be revolutionary and because It smashes traditions lIf for no other reason It has been and will be adversely received by many We remember however that when Dr Wilson Installed the preceptorial sys tern an Americanization of the Oxfori Iden the adverse criticism was strong and yet revolutionary as that play was In this country It Is now acknowledged to be a signal success The presidents farsightedness and wisdom In that Instance will go Car toward bringing him support from the alumni body In his present plans At Princeton there are thlrtecr clubs with memberships of thirty up per class men each The Greek letter fraternities were abolished In 1873 and the club plan Inaugurated In 1870 when the Ivy club was started 01 the 7000 alumni I do not believe mor than onefifth belong to clubs I have no doubt Dr Wilson has seer signs of the division of classes Into cliques through the existence of so many clubs and this division ho prop erly seeks to prevent Democracy has prevailed at Princeton so Princeton nicn think to n grouter extent that at the other large eastern Institutions and this democratic feeling should be fostered Its perpetuation unquestionably is what the president Is striving forOf course the proposed change wll be radical Breaking up present club groups and creating quads of 100 will cause a good many shocks to sentiment and memory With the membership of the clubs the faculty bad nothing tc do with the membership of the quads It will have everything to do Among the alumni there will be D good deal of protest Officially the alumni body can do nothing If the col lege authorities decide to go ahead but It can exert Influence My opinion however Is that after sober second thought the alumni will stand behind Dr Wilson and the trustees virtually to a man They are for Princeton first Dr Wilson second and themselves aft erwardWilliam Edwards deputy commissioner of street cleaning for Manhat tan ahd former Princeton football star had this to say The clubs have brought this on themspfres at least In part The trou ble lies In their number As they In creased they took up more and more of the mens time The alumni how ever do not favor total abolition of the clubs for that means the disrupting ol our traditions If the honor system and the system of faculty supervision as at present in force were held to It would be all right MATTRESS FROM ROOSEVELT Canal Worker Said It Would Make Him Happy and He Got It John Baylor formerly a plumber of Poughkeepsie who has been in Panama for some time has good rea eon to remember President Roosevelt When the president visited the canal zone Baylor stood in line with others waiting to shake hands with him Mrs Roosevelt struck by the fine appearance of the young American called her husbands attention to him The president then turned to Baylor and asked him if he suffered any hard shipsI would be happy but for one thing answered the plumber What is that Inquired the presi dentId give anything for a mattress to sleep on- Yon will have one my boy responded the president with a warm grip of Baylors hand That sight there was a fine mattress awaiting Baylor at the house where he lived with other workmen Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains US 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 L H St L Louisville Horse Show S3 round trip from Cloverport Sept 29 to October 5 inclusive Return limit October 7- Notice Tax Payers All City and School Taxes for the year 1907 are due Pay now and avoid the penalty CHARLIE MAY City and School Tax Collector Office in rear room Cloverport Bank HONEY ALTIVEGhIIdrsn SLUGGISH PRO- MPTLYBErJTI R F SASS JRI romQRta St Louis Mo writes I do no- tPcrunaa Godsend I Hove there to Werking Peeple I person w I takes Pam but must admit that he has to benefitedI met a large number of i and women who have used Itbut Ih yet to find the first one who has tI been helped by it lIt is ot special benefit to poor vrot ing men and women who often nufl for tho necessities of life contract d ease and have no money to seek medic advice To such Peruna comet as a godien as it brings health I have used it myself fora slnggl liver and for catarrhal troubles wi the bust results DUKES W T Hardin of Weber was Ijei Wednesday on business Miss Eva Powers of Goering a tended church here Sunday Misses Add and Lucy Corley were i Cloverport Saturday shopping Miss Bridget Powers of Goerin visited her aunt Yrs John Johnson Sunday jMr and Mrs Bob Ogle and children of Duncan spent Sunday with Mr am Mrs Chas Cahal Mr and Mrs L Newbury spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Alonzc Rearden of Weber Misses Pearl and Carrie Basham wet the guests of their brother Homey Basham and wife Sunday Rev D L Bowlds of Cloverport preached here Sunday night at thi Cumberland Presbyterian church Quite a large crowd attended the party given by Miss Nellie Cabal An enjoyable evening was spent by all Otis Kinder of Tobinsport hndre turned home Wednesday after a short visit with friends and relatives at this place and Patesville To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cole Tablets called Preventica Druggists everywhere arc now dispensing Preven tics for they are uot only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Preventlci contain no quinine no laxative noth ing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventlcs will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preveatlce Good for Feverish children 48 Pre ventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cir4 Sold by All Deal- ersMiller Brick Tile Con Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky AN- DOUGH TlstlS so goal TAR Ynhip Eo 0 DeWITt CHICAp tMesrir s u out ewes are coesupetwr espede r thou conwntot opktes Kennedys Lwure Cough Strop RIOTS then bowels conUlasno 1 For Sal Ity all Drug JJI i