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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i T Jw J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I j dALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1907 8 Pages NO13d ATTEMPTS SUICIDE r M11 is Nina Bruns Takes Half Ounce of Laudanum S w UiSSo NiiJaVBruns the fifteen year Old daughter Of Mr and Mrs Martin Bruns attempted to committ suicide about ndonVlast Wednesday at her home at 804Clay street by taking over half an ounce of laudanum No reason sheIjust wanted to die Miss Bruns was in her room when hcMnother galled her to dinner but she failed to answer and shortly after Mrs Bruns went into the room to find the girl unconscious across the bed A physician was summoned to the home She walked about the house for four fhours during which time she remained 11n a stupor When she recovered con sciousness her first words were that she wanted to die and she further said that she would end her life at some other time It issaid that the girl had been melancholy for some time Miss Bruns is an attractive young girl and well known in the city Owensboro Messenger Miss Bruns formerly lived here hav ing moved to Owensboro last spring Why Colds Are Dangerous Samuel R Worley of Hixburg Va has been shoeing horses for more than fifty years He says Chamberlains pain Balm has given me great relief from lame back and rheumatism It is the best liniment I ever used For sale by Severs Drug Co Death of Mrs Robbins The remains of Mrs Robbins wife of Alex Robbins were brought here Fri day from Irvington and were taken to Mattingly and interred at Mizpah grave yardMrs Robbins died of cancer after eleven years suffering She was a sister of Mrs Jim Tucker of this city ffIf yon 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 Small Fire Caused Much Excitement Quite a good deal of excitement was manifested Wednesday morning over the ringing of church bells and the vast amount of smoke which came from the direction of Mr Jake Mays However on closer observation it was found to be the roof of a wash house belonging to Mrs Jane Gibson The fire orginated from a defective flue Very little damage was done I A Criminal 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 liver pre vent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25c by Severs Drug Co 4 Mrs Kingsberry Improving After Painful Operation Mrs Allen Kingsburry who has been seriously ill for some time of rheuma tism is much improved Her right ha nd became so infected that an operation was necessary The operation was performed by Drs Simons and Smith Selling Equity Burley Cincinnati Lexington Maysville Winchester and Louisville are com peting for the sale of the pooled Bur ley tobacco of the 1906 crop It is Stated that the Society of Equity now controls 68000000 pounds of the and that it is ready to be placed cropII market The plan of the said to be to collect all the samples in one warehouse where negotiations will be held for the sale It is stated that the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company has offered to furnish the Society free a well lighted warehouse with facilites for displaying 75000 or 100000 samples with sample chests and office rooms A committee front the Louisville House will go to Winchester next Monday to present its claims tp the Executive Committee which meets that day in Winchester Meade County Romance Mr J R Troutman and Miss Laura H Etherton of Meade county were married in the Clerks office in this city by squire Bruner at an early hour Wed nesday night They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs T H Chism of Clo verport the latter being the sister of Mr Troutman The wedding seemed to have been against the wishes of the father and brother of the bride who followed the couple as far as Cannelton in an effort to prevent its consumma tion and where a refusal to grant the necessary license was met They then cameto Hawesville where the clerk found no legal obstacle in the way of the is sual and the ceremony followed While here all parties appeared under much anxiety lest the pursuers would turn at any moment and frustrated the nuptial plans but the ceremony was soon said and there WQS no further molestation All of the parties seem to be firstclass citizensHancock Clarion Ills Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thmes 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 sleeps well Thats 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 greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles sold by Severs Drug Co SO- cEngagement Announced Dr and Mrs J F Lightfoot an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter Sallie Johnne to Mr John C Leitch of Pittsburg Penn Oct 29 at the Presbyterian church 9 oclock in in the evening No invitationsHanc- ock Clarion Miss Lightfoot has frequently visit ed her brother Dr Lightfoot here and was always extensively admired to DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for little burns and big burns small scratches or bruises and big ones It is healing and soothing Good for Piles Sold jy All Druggists Encouraging Price For Tobacco Mr J E Minnett was notified yesterday by officials of the Louisville Warehouse Co that a sdle of fiftyfive hogsheads of pooled Hancock county tobacco of the year 1905 had been made for the magnificent price of 1100 per hundred This was the trice asked by the poolers and the result is very pleasing to all concerned This is en couraging in the tobacco fight and should be a stimulus to those hesitating ones to quickly sign the 1907 pooling pledgesHancock Clarion Out of Sight 1I0ut of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 2sc Lewisport To Have Another Bank Mr W F Thrasher of near Lewis port tells us that he has secured at least twothirds of the necessary stock to organize the second bank for Lewis port and that its organization in a short time is an assured fact The I capital stock he says will be 15000 and business will be transacted either in the Odd Fellows building or a part of the J B Taylor building Mr Thrasher expects to be Cashier and associated with him as bookkeeper will be Mr M H Newton of Owensboro He tells us he has placed much of the stock already disposed of with the most substantial men in the Lewisport sec tion He expects to begin operation in about two months Hancock Clarion Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he en countered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50 and 1 Trial bottle free Birthday Reunion At Raymond I Raymond Ky Oct 7Special- Mrs Susan Claycomb celebrated her sixtysixth birthday Sunday Septem ber 29 Those present were Mr and Mrs Amos Mattingly of Paynesville Mr and Mrs Basil Argabright and son Tubil of Lodiburg Mr and MrsAllen Claycomb and two sons Mr Martin Claycomb of Raymond Fred Clay comb of Lodiburg Mrs Gead Brown Mrs Mollie Norton and Miss Nancy Sutton of FreedomMr and MrsIsaac Norton and son of Norton Valley and John Claycomb of Webster- A delightful day was spent by all Mrs Claycomb received many beauti ful as well as useful presents Fenley Mines Suspends Fenley coal mines situated three miles back of Lewisport this county suspended operations on September 30 and the little force that is necessary toij i do so is engaged in cleaning up pre paratory tb abandoning the place by its operators This action was taken because of the fact that the railway track on the spur out from Lewisport was in a bad condition and to improve it would cost more than the mine op erators thought they could afford to put into the venture Messrs E G Gregory and Thomas Blackmore who have been in charge of the property for some time will leave the latter going probably to Pineville The property is owned by the Auburn Ash Coal Co a corpora tion cpmposed of Louisville business people and while they are not Iden tical with those back of the Hender son Route it is known that strong personal and friendly relations exist between them The Messrs Miller of Owensboro it will be remembered had a lease on this property and ran it until some time ago when it was given up as a venture that was not financially suc cessful However most of the output from the mines has been consumed by the Henderson Route and in this way the mines have been operated longer than they probably would have been otherwiseHancock Clarion Mr Miller and son Hewitt of Ow ensboro were here Saturday the guests i of Mr D S Miller I BIG SPRING Mrs E A Strother and daughter Miss Zelma returned home Wednes day trom a visit to Hodgenville Rev McConnell was returned to this circuit for the conference year Miss Lena Claycomb of Rosetta is spending a week with her cousin Miss Edna Dowell Rain or shine A BSuter of Custer visits Big Spring twice a week H Meyer had one of his fine wagon horses to die Friday morning MrsJulia Clarkson visited herdaugh ter Mrs H H Kemper at Irvington last week Rev Russell who has not been in this circuit for four years arrived here Monday to spend a few days with old friendsRev W Clay Moorman visited his parents Mr and Mrs T H Moorman before going to his new home at Carrs villeMiss Jennie Meyer who has a posi tion in Louisville as stenographer spent ten days at home recently- W H Doran has sold his black smith shop to Taylor Casey Owen Casey and wife of Owensboro after a weeks stay with his parents have returned home I Mrs Amanda Clarkson and daughter Mrs Achilles Moorman returned Wednesday from Sheperdsville where they were called on account of the death of Mrs Fannie Simmons a sister of Mrs ClarksonJames Harned attended Hilary Rhodes sale Thursday- Mr and Mrs Bill Miles of Garrett and Mrs Easton of Vine Grove were the guests of Jack Collins and wife Thursday Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay from 60 to 30 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cinoin nati Ohio F Wednesday Oct 23 Wednesday Oct 23 The finest orator in Kentucky will address the voters in the interest of the Republican State ticket HardinsburgII Wed Oct 23II III 1 At 1 oclock P M Everybody invited to hear him Republicans Independets and Democrats A 2500 People I 2500 PeopleI 11 rJ 4 i i c 4 S L r Y P r r r 11- I 1- J 1- f 1- i 1- t 1- j I I Ii i 1 i 1 11i i i i 1 j f 1 t I 1 I tti tji j I II I I iii i ii 1 I i 1 I r i 1 t 1I j I1 0d i j i 1 a jj J i i j j J J 4- j 1 j Tc IITJjj Women Who Do Leader of the Womans Move ment In GermanyA Big Job For the Woman Dentist The Money Expert and Others Germany has many Interesting wom en and one of them is Dr Anita Augs purg She Is the head of the move ment for the political enfranchisement of women In the kaisers empire and edits n monthly paper devoted to that cause She was born in a small town In Hanover and was successively a successful artist teacher and photographer Through a lucky windfall in uii ANITA Auosruno the way of a legacy she was enabled to open her own photographic studio In Munich which was so popular that she soon accumulated an independent fortune She thou retired from business and built for herself a charming villa- In the beautiful valley of the Isar Ba varia where she herself looks after the details of the farm attached to the estate Dr Augspurgs degree was re ceived from the University of Zurich where she studied low for two years In order to qualify herself for public work II Dentist to an Elephant I Cohn a cross elephant in the royal coo at Munich Germany has just been treated for HU ulcerated tusk by u woman deutlHt Dr Gretchen Blrker who learned her business In the United States Four hundred men dentists refused the task before she accepted It Colin hud to have his Ivory molar sawed off the nerve channel burned out and then drilled and filled time work being completed by a very orna mental gold cap Although he wan shackled for the operation In time ex cess of his pain poor Cohn unintention ally gave the dentist u black eye hilt- on the whole he seemed to understand Bhe was trying to help him and woe apparently grateful for her services which Is more than many higher ani mals are when in the hands of as tooth expert I ITheI Wonderful Mrs Brown II Mrs A K Brown burnt money ex pert for the United States treasury baa proved a good angel to thousands who had money damaged by the recent Ore and earthquake disaster In Sun Francisco When the work of clean ing out the ruins began many wjio had BilePoison has a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and dlgesUve apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all its furfu- llllsThedfords BlackDraught IIs a bland tonic liver regulator and blood purifier- It gets rid of tho poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all slcknessidue to disordered over It Is nvt a cathartic but a gentle herbal lifer medicine which eases without irritating Price 25c at all Druggists bank notes stowed in supposcoiy sure places found only fragments which they were advised to send to Wash- Ington for Identification and redemption The condition of the money was In some cases so bad that Its owners despaired of success but In numerous Instances they were most agreeably surprised to receive the full value of their funds Money that had been kept In a safe was only baked and Its Iden tification was I a comparatively easy matter Mrs Brown has been In the treasury service for twenty years and her skill In recognizing the denomina tion of the most charred or water soaked bills Is said to bo almost magical I IAI I Woman Mine Promoter I The west offers many opportunities to the shrewd business woman Mrs F H Briggs of Plttsburg recently accom plished the merging of the properties of the Eldorado Mining company of Nevada and through the transaction ac quired an Interest In the concern that will make her and her daughter Independent for life Mrs Briggs Is the widow of a physician and being left with Insufficient means took up the study of mining In PIttsburg she Is regarded as an authority on the sub ject IIlearning to Sugar Coat Facts I The school authorities In London have come to the sensible conclusion that If facts are put Into an Interesting form children will remember them much better Miss Marie Shedlock who is said to have a talent for making the dullest fact attractive has been engaged to deliver a course of lectures to the teachers on The Art of Story- Telling with a view to improving their style In narration MABCIA WILLIS CAMPBELL 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 rte Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis and get a free trial package Large box 25 cts Druggists LEMON FOR A MASHER How a Virginia Woman Squelched a Flirt on Shipboard Passengers on the Carmania which recently arrived at New York from Llreriraol took great delight In telling about the Impressive manner In which the lemon treatment hail been administered to an English chappie who had rondo himself extremely obnox ious to most of the good looking women on board says the New York World The presentation took place on tho main dock a few afternoons ago The fact that n woman happened to be with her husband made no differ ence to the British masher lIe sim ply threw the persuasion power of his glances on to the last notch It was no wonder that on the second day out several angry husbands assembled In the cafe and held a council of war Leave him to me said Mrs II 0 Jackson the wife of a prominent inventor of Norfolk Va when she heard of the husbands meeting Ill teach him a lesson he wont forget in a hurry Unaware of the manner in which sentiment against him was crystalliz ing the self satisfied tourist stuck valiantly to his task of winning smiles Every time he appeared on deck he was draped In a sartorial sen sation his taste In hosiery running to pigeon blue and elephants breath Be on the main deck this after noon whispered Mrs Jackson to all the folks the other morning They wore all there and presently they saw Mrs Jackson and a woman friend do Ing a little road work When the masher made his appearance Mrs Jackson tossed him a shy little glance That settled It He fell in behind and to his great satisfaction the wo men seemed to bo greatly excited over his attentions Mrs Jackson wafted until they reached a point where the Interested spectators could see them Then she turned and held her hand toward him In a friendly manner He reached for It and when ho drew back his palm clutched ail overgrown lemonI Tho laughter that followed rocked the boat The men hooted and the men shouted Make mine a lemonade Mr Bartender The Englishman in utter confusion stumbled to his room and remained there until long after the other passengers disem barked WAITERS ART KNOWLEDGE Anecdote Recalled by the Death of St Gaudens the Sculptor The recent death of Augustus St Gaudens recalls a story which appeared In a German paper some years ago A party of Americans so went the story wore lingering over the last course of a long dinner at the Schwel zerhof In Lucerne one evening dis cussing the works of art which they had seen In Italy Tho conversation drift ed to art in America the sculptors of note and their creations The works of St Gaudens were enumerated and one of the party said It seems to mo you Lave missed one and then every bodys thinking cap was adjusted but while several members of the company agreed that there was a St Gaudens In America somewhere which had not boon mentioned no one ouldnamelt After tho Americans had called them I selves foolish and so stupid tho waiter who bad listened as waiters do at a respectful distance and with stony face went a step nearer and In good English said Beg pardon gentlemen I worked at a hotel near Madison square In New York several years Possibly you are trying to think of the Farragut monu ment He was right That walter the story teller said was the son ot- a largo hotel owner a college man and probably knew as much about art as the men whom ho served with food and Information Childs Difficult Climb Ida Llechte ten years old has climbed the Jungfrau with three Alpinists and two guides says a special cable gram from Interlaken Switzerland to tho New York Times Tho party start ed from Elsmeer station at 3 p m the other afternoon and spent the night at Bergllhultte from which point the remainder of the ascent was complet ed in five and onehalf hours The climb was exceedingly difficult owing to the strong wind and severe cold Ida Llechte is the daughter of the director of tho Jungtrau railway and is tho youngest Alpine climber of renown THE SHEIK RAISULI Snapping his thumbs at the throb of the drums Of tho armies that rally to scare him Ralsull sits calm neath a sheltering palm And winks at a minx In his harem Theyro so hot on my trail that I ought to turn pale He chuckles untroubled and coolly For Ive kindled their Ire and the venge ance Is dire That theyll wreak on the Sheik RBI aulllt Then he swings his gaunt knees with Indifferent ease Oer the back of a fiery stallion Gallops merrily forth to tho sea circled north And cornea back with a captured battalion He proclaims what hell do to a colonel or two- Unless they are paid for all duly And to get their release the pursuers must cease To seek for tho Sheik Ralsull The warships may roar and a whole army corps May plot for his swift extirpation And they cant understand It because ono lone bandit Can hand them the harsh cachinnation Though hos bold and hes bad we could almost feel glad If some of our warriors had truly In the Innermost parts of their battle scarred hearts Just a streak of the Sheik Ralsull James J Montague In New York Amer- Ican For Chronic DiarrhoeaIWhile in the army of 1803 I was token with chronic diarrhoea says George M Felton of South GibsonPa HI have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief until Mr A W Miles of this place persuaded me to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy one bottle of which stopped it at once For sale by Severs Drug Co C TICKER FOR CONGRESS Tapes In All Committee Rooms to Re port Events on Floor The ticker for congress is the latest wrinkle devised to lighten the burden InIstrumentsNew York Stock Exchange will Le placed In the committee rooms when tho new office buildings aro completed says a Washington special to the New York World The distance between the office build- Ings and tho capitol Is several hundred feet and the ticker will save the congressman walking this distance mummy times a day The Idea is to employ a trained newspaper man to watch the proceedings on the floor of the house and senate and send the reports out on the ticker The house office building will be ready for use during the next congressThat some ambitious congressman might accidentally have his tape ma chine connected with the Wall street tickers is a suggestion of wickedness In a national legislator that Is purely con jectural 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 tirelydue to its Restorative action upon the controlling nerves of the Stomach etc Sold by all Dealers READY FOR THE WORST Fair Autolst Carrie Poison Against the Day She IIs Maimed- A man who said he was Warren G Noble manager for an automobile company of New York laughingly paid a fine of 50 and costs the other morning In the Greenwich Conn borough court for reckless running of his car says a special to the New York Times The woman companion of Mr Noble whom he Introduced as Mrs Otto wife of a Nevada United States sena tor talked to tho sheriff and the po lice sergeant while the case was being tried Aint you afraid to travel so fast said Sergeant Talbot No Im willing to take my chances she said But you might get maimed said the sheriff whereupon she pulled up her right sleeve and showing a large gold bracelet said Theres enough poison In that to put me out of my misery If such a thing should happen She pulled up the other sleeve and showing an emblem of some sort on a gold chain said Do you belong to that You ought to It will keep you from all harm In Teddy Bear Land When Santa and the reindeer swift Have given me a drive Vd like to be adopted by Some nice young girl bout five I IKEY BENDING BEETLE London Zoos New Insect Which Lives on Rotten Fruit The Insect house of the zoo In Lot don recently received ti rare and curl ous acquisition says a special correspondent of the Philadelphia Public Ledger It Is a fine specimen of the Goliath beetle front South America which on account of Its size and fierce appearance would send the British housemaid into hysterics It Is nearly five Inches long and looks like a miniature parson In n white surplice and black stole It Is not poisonous nor intentionally ferocious but there Is a spot between the neck and shoulders which acts like a vise A finger placed In this aperture would be broken The other day u keeper In serted a key there Goliath bent it almost double by merely shrugging his shoulders This grout beetle is the most Inex pensive guest In the zoo for he feeds entirely off fruit that Is completely rotten Thomas A Edison the great Am rI- can inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improper food or too much food people are inclined to overin 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 foodthe 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 by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodolwill do this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contain the same juices found in a healthy stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by All Druggists The White House of the Moors Casablanca the scene of the latest SpanishiiSwhich In English Is simply white house says the London Chronicle The town and Its name date only from the of tho sixteenth century though a endIII mous city called Anfa formerly stood on tho same spot Captured by the Arab Yakub II In 1200 Anfa became one of the most Important trading cIt- Ies In Africa but as It combined piracy with legitimate business Alfonso V of Portugal sacked and destrpyed It In 1468 It remained a mere collection of ruins until the Portuguese rebuilt cent Gobblers Unusual Rolo Hank Titus of Bellefontalne 0 re cently missed his old turkey gobbler and search revealed tho bird hatching out thirteen guinea eggs says a Belle fontnlno special to the Indianapolis News All the eggs hatched save one and tho gobbler Is now caring for tho Uttlo guineas To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Preven tics for they are not only safe but de cidedly certain and prompt Preventics contain no quininejno laxative noth ing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preventlce Good for Feverish children 48 Pre ventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by All Dealers ACATARRHRemedy Elys Cream Balm IsI quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Once It cleanses soothes heals the disease mem brane resulting from Catarrh and drives awav a Cold in the FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Fun size 50 cts Drug gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers CG Warren Street New York GIVING AWAY HIS 5000000 Iowa Millionaire Personally Investigat ing Cases Reported to Him Abraham Slimmer multimillionaire and the most noted philanthropist in Iowa has adopted a unique plan for spending his great fortune In giving relief to the poor and needy says a Webster City Ia dlspafch to the New York World He Is traveling over the state In which he has long lived and In which ho made his fortune seeking out peo ple who need help and relieving their distress with his own hands He pro poses to go all over Iowa and then be may go into other states dispensing alms VI propose to spend the 5000000 which I have before I die he said and I am going to spend It myself and on people I know need It No account Is kept of his charities He generously Investigates every case that comes to his notice That he Is distributing tens of thousands of dol lars about tho state Is certain The old man takes special delight in the novel method ho has hit upon of getting rid of his money I have given little says Mr Slimmer when asked tho significance of hIS rambles about the state What does It matter to a man who has forty loaves He can actually eat but half a loaf He gives away two or three Tell me what credit is ho to have for giving A dollar given by a man who has but that one dollar is more than a Rocke teller million- I give because I love to give I have enough left to oat enough to wear and enough to pay my traveling expenses What more do I want It is a relief to be relieved from a weight conaequentI Novel Fire Escape A Swiss engineer has perfected a now fire escape It consists of a series of folding iron ladders attached to window frames Each ladder reaches from one window to tho next one be low it By turning a crank on any floor all of the frames beneath are un folded in less than a minute and form a continuous means of descending to the ground Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly dis appear when you take DeWitts Little Early RiserPillsSold by All Druggists Put Your Money underrgrowtastersafe way Write for our free booklotION which tells all Iabout how to Dank by Mall convenientlyr t We pay 6 percent Interest t annually Our capital se cures you 1 Stop That Cold PrevenUtsctsneanslurwith Pro ventlcs Is safer than to lot U ran ftndba obllcred to cure It afterwards To be sure Pro venues will cure even a deeply seated cold but taken earlyat the sneeze stagethey breaxOf betteThatsProventlcsare little nsickeninCuresforine no physic tkr chi drenand thoroughly safe too If you chilly If you 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prepared to grind and furnish meal andfeed on short notice- CHARLES MORTON Owner LII ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves OIoverpo 607 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrive at Louisville 723 A M No 112 lally Mall and Kxpress leaves doverport 939 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louis vlllo 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Ole verport 450 pm way stationsexceptpiteast of Cloverport arrives at Louisville 7 35 pm Train No148 Dally except Saturday Ole verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 848 pm No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Oloverport 8x43 p m arrives Louisville 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam LongBranchWEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Oloverport accommodation eaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evansville 900 a m expressIeavesCloverport104iI HawesvlUe Lowlsport Maeeo Owensooro Stanley Henderson and Eranaville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 pm Stops at all stations NoU5dally St Louis fast tralnleavesO M arrives Evansville IM Averportll06tP A M stops at Hawesville Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunda Olo verport 925 a m arrives Evansville 1215 p m Slakes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains inml149 between Louisville adSU Louis Fordsvllle Brasch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fords ville 4 30 ajv rives Irvington 840 a mTrain leaveFordsv1Dep51 Train No1 Sunday only Fords vlllo 830 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST DOUNDITrain No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1056 a m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 m arrives Fordsvllle 940 p m- FUBSALEBookotDestinytortuno book StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in hlgh rado fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHEt Casper May Co Canneltoa lid C x l 1 I j i is f t nqrT TT TTTTr qw w rr+ oye wpkwwrp THIS IS SAID 4To HELP MANY I Mix This Simple Helpful Recipe At Home And Try It Anyway Get from any prescription pharmacist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle arid take a i teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtlme The above is considered by an emi nent authority who writes in a New York daily paper as the finest prescription ever written to relieve Back ache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder andall forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys en abling them to filter and strain the uric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes Rheumatism Some persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say the resultst are simply surprising the relief being effected without the slightest injury to the stomach or other organsMix some and give it a trial It cer ltainly comes highly recommended It is the prescription ofan eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was established by it A druggist here at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless TRAINING WOODPECKERS I Maine Mans Scheme to Turn Rock Maples Into Birdseye Variety After having spent more than sixty years and more than 10000 in hunt lug bears and studying the ways of wild creatures Greenlcaf Davis of Bangor Me has begun to raise tame woodpeclwrs with the purpose of usjng them to convert ordinary rock maples Into blrdseye maple sajys a Bangor correspondent of the Chicago Tribune Mr Davlgjs more than eighty Sixty years ago he Inherited a mill property valued at 10000 which he sold and then he went to the woods under tho side of Mount Katahdin He has tamed many wild animals Ills great success has been won with woodpeckers of which he now has nearly a hundred They are of the hairy und downy Bpe cles In about equal numbers but more r than both of these In number and esteem r are the redheaded sap suckers which pick round holes In the bark of trees making them look like the bottom of an old style colander The redheaded woodpecker made sad havoc In his sap orchard digging holes In his best maples and impairing the flow of sap from which much of his living was derived It was Impossible to kill the birds because of the com pany they afforded and It was equally Impossible to live without the Income from the sap orchard The old man spent weeks In his grove watching the result of the wounds which the birds Inflicted on the bark As the scars healed he noticed that there was a bright red spot I left on the wood directly below the wound If the tree was badly marked the red spots were more numerous than they were on trees which had suffered less while on trees which the woodpeckers had not visited there were no traces of red About this time It occurred to him that as the lbeautiful markings of the blrdseye maple were due to the red spots In the wood and as nobody had ever been able to account for them It was possible that the variety of maple known as blrdseye might owe Its ori gin to the work of the woodpeckers If so he had made a discovery that had baffled botanists for years He had also learned how to make his colony of tame woodpeckers self supporting l Perfect Womanhood The greatest menace to womans permanent happiness in life is the suffering that comes from some derangement of the feminine organs Many thousands of women have realized this too late to save their health barely in time to save their livesTo be a successful wife to retain the love and admiration of her hus band should be a womans constant studyIf a woman finds that her ener glesaro flagging that she gets easily tired dark shadows appear under her eyes she has backache head ache bearingdown sensations ner vousness irregularities or tho blues she should start at once to build up her system by a tonic with specific powers such as WHIZZING GODS TO MARKET Rapid Automatic Delivery Device For Convenience of Farmers Sending his butter and eggs to mar ket at a speed of twentyfive miles an hour without moving farther than his front gate Is the scheme which an In genious inventor has devised for the convenience of the farmer says the Plttsburg Dispatch All the farmer will need to do in case this automatic delivery device be comes a reality will be to pack his produce In a basket telephone for a small delivery car If one Is not already without bis gates deposit his package when one arrives and collect the re celpts at the end of the day The butter eggs green stuff or what ever the basket contains is whizzed through the air at a speed of from twenty to twentyfive miles an hour and deposited In the central office of the delivery company where some one conveys It to the market When the selling hours are over the agent returns to the farmer by the same means of transportation the dish returns and any stock left over The delivery Is made by means of a carrier which travels on light rails about twelve feet from the ground The carriers deposit while en route mall or packages at any or all of the stations on the line and at the same time collect mall or merchandise deposited by the farmer One man It Is claimed can operate at least twelve of these lines To make the system still more perfect the Inventors will Install a telephone in each house In order that the central office may be notified wbn a cur is required One Is to be Installed near IMttsburp Cures Rheumatism and CatarrhMedicine- Free Sen 1 no moneySimply write and try Botauic 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 rheuma tism or he foul breath hawing spitt ing droppings in throat ha i hearing specks flying bejore 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 end patent medicines hail all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases 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 uo 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 Ga- Another Breed of Pheasants Carl Hngenbeck the animal king says that he has produced a new breed of pheasants By cross breeding be Itween the European and Asiatic pheas tints and a careful process of selection he has produced a stock that weighs three to four pounds heavier than the present European bird says the New York Tribune More than 300 birds of the new breed have already been sent to Walter Rothschild at Trlng and more are to follow Hagenbeck declares that In a few years the game of Europe will be entirely changed If him ideas are carried out Pigs Tails as Barometer The secret of Uncle Billy Warings ability to forecast the weather has leaked out says a Milton Del special dispatch to the St Louis Republic Re cently he bad been able with an ex actitude not equaled by the best barometers to tell his neighbors twenty four and sometimes thirtysix hours ahead what weather to expect Ills predictions have been of great benefit to farmers Now It Is learned that he tats his tips from his two pigs In dry weather the tails of the pigs have one curl in wet weather two curls amf ust before n rain their tails hang limp Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound the great woma s remedy for womans ills made only of roots and herbs It cures Female Complaints such as Dragging Sensations Weak Back Falling and Displacements Inflammation and Ulceration and all Organic Diseases and is invaluable in the Change of Life It dissolves and Expels Tumors at an early stage Subdues Faintness Nervous Prostration Exhaustion and strengthens and tones the Stomach Cures Headache General Debility Indigestion and invigorates the whole female sysem It is an excellent remedy for derangements of the r Kidneys in either leer WOMAN AND FASHION A Millinery Hint The new coiffure IIs n difficult thing to manage Women should experiment patiently and Intelligently with It and should consider It Jn Its relation to the head as well us to the hat Otherwise we shall owe the new millinery a deep and lasting grudge for the lamentable influence It has had upon the hair dressing of the average woman At a SMALL BLACK HAT n recent function one of the most ad mired women wore a huge plumed hat In all black The wide brim turned up sharply at the left side leaving the en tire side of the head In view the full rolling masses of hah and the cleverly placed puffs softening every angle of union twlxt hat and head The right side of the hat and the back were an avalanche of beautiful black plumes but the hat handsome as it was would have been a failure had not the coiffure so ably supplemented the milli ners efforts The Pierrot Neck Frill Paris seems to be going wild over neck frills For the matter of that so Is America It does not take a Paris lenne to appreciate what a difference In her appearance n new and becoming bit of neckwear will make Our wom en are fully aware of It too land whats more want the very latest thing that can be found In neck fix ingsNow at the present moment that very latest thing Is frills In the shape of a Pierrot collar This Is nothing more than a narrow frill of sheer linen batiste or lace that finishes all the smartest neckwear It takes the place of the long worn ruchlug and Is really much more practical as It can he made and laundered at Louie Not every one will find these Plerrot effects becoming In fact they are somewhat trying to any woman with n short neck or round face Even so the dainty stocks and jabots to which they are attached are well worth copy ing and the frills may be made de tachable by being finished with a nar row binding and basted in the top of the stock The White Drew The white gown is always an economy If one Is In need of a dressy sum mer gown and must study the cost White for one thing cannot fade and It stands cleaning indefinitely If the material Is selected with anything like judgment It too can be varied with accessories of different kinds and colors so that Its Identity can hardly be distinguished from time to time The thin cottons and linens embroidered and trimmed with lavish designs of llaqe are far from being among the economies if only the first cost Is eon sldered but such a gown may bi changed from season to season and hang on as long as a thread of It lasts In Blue Batiste Ring dotted batiste In a delicate shade of blue Is the foundation material for this summer day gown Tin three tier skirt shows each tier border TilE NEW THTPLE SKIRT ed with medallions of white button embroidery The same trimming Is repeated on the kimono bodice which Is edged with black satin to correspond to the folded girdle WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Major Spencer Cosby the englncc officer In charge of the Improvement of the Potomac river has made a upccla report to General Mackenzie In regan to the Highway bridge across the Potomac which was built at a cost of 1100000 in which he says that all items In connection with the bridge and Its approaches are practically completed with the exception of the work remaining to be done by the Washington Alexandria and Mount Vernon Railway company It Is recommended that the bridge and Its ap preaches from the north abutment of the Washington channel bridge to the southern limit of the Virginia ap proach be transferred to the charge of the superintendent of public build Ings and grounds as part of the park systemTraffic Over the Potomac During the fiscal year ended Tune 30 last the draw of the bridge win opened 5138 times for the passage of 3855 vessels or an average of ap proximately 1408 openings per day The average cost for current was 80J1 cents per opening Major Cosby says that the machinery of the draw spat continues to operate satisfactorily lull hut few repairs have been necessary Since Dec 15 last all the traffic formerly using the old Long bridge has crossed the river by way of the High way bridge and Its approaches Reclaiming Mud Flats The riprap stonework along the Eastern branch fiats has been completed The retaining wall behind which the liquid mud from the bottom of the Eastern branch channell will be pumped and allowed to settle extends from Poplar point a short distance from the south end of the Auacostla river bridge to the fill made three or four years ago In front of the grounds of time Government Hospital For the In sane and will add a hundred or more acres to the laud on the south bank of the Eastern branch Public Playground Two new public playgrounds for the benefit of the youngsters of the city who have no opportunities to play In the country have been added to the list The money raised by the while and colored school song festivals and the school collections Is largely re sponsible for the opening of one From these two sources the Washington Playground association announces It has received a total of 2077 which Is to be devoted entirely to school playgrounds Other Ground Planned Dr Henry S Curtis supervisor of the playgrounds Is planning to open other new grounds as soon as funds are In hand and the arrangements can be completed It Is also his Intention to keep the school playgrounds open after school hours and on Saturdays next fall which will be an Innovation believed to be much needed An effort Is being made by the association to raise at least 5000 to defray the expensed of the grounds now in use for the present fiscal year This amount it Is stated will be absolutely necessary n view of the fact that congress cut its appropriation for this object In half at the last session White House In New Dress The White House will soon appear in a new dress of paint A small army of painters are busy on the finishing touches When the task Is finished the historic abode of the president will seem to the eye more magnificent and statelyFor more than fifteen years the White House has not undergone such a thorough painting as Is now under way Every Inch of the exterior Is being thoroughly burned Old Paint Burned Off The work Is necessarily slow and dif ficult The painters find that the old paint averages about oneeighth of an Inch In thickness In previous years It has been customary to merely give the White House a spick and Kpan look with aft coats of paint The process of burning off the old paint will give the mansion a more marble like effect when the repainting Is flu ished Home For Sanitarium The National Benevolent Sanitarium association a now corporation organ ized for the purpose of affording ade quate medicalI I attention for Its lueju bens has purchased the GJmpin apart ments at a cost of 100000 The Chaplit Is located at 1415 Chapin street contains forty apartments and about loo rooms null has a self supplying electric plant In the basement It is a live story structure Altogether the building Is regarded as a model for the purposes of an association uulque In Washington As stated in tho charter the associations objects are first to afford within Its own building adequate medical and surgical attention and to supply medi cine nursing and diet for Its members when sick second to afford for its members comfortable clubrooms anti homelike surroundings and third to encourage economy thrift sobriety and self reliance Those desiring to become numbers of this benevolent nssocla KILLTHECOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR iattOLDSHSPBICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUN TROUBL- ESGUAJLAXTEZDATIIPAarOB OK MONEY JUFTJNDKD tlon may Go DO by paying tnoormy dues Qualification of Members In addition to the payment of these dues members must be of good moral character and between the ages of three and fiftyfive years free from acute or chronic aliments which might disqualify them from active duties and agree to conform to the rules laid down by the association The building will Immediately be remodeled as a sanitarium Clinics laboratories and consultation rooms will be constructed and the entire building will be ready for the occupa tion of Ute association by Oct 1 CARL SCHOFIELD They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect experi enced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets and the healthy condition ot the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Pribe a5 cents Samples free at Severs Drug Store Vaulting The height of my ambition said the woman who hasnt always had to work but has to now Is to make so much money that1 wont have to rec ognize every piece of lingerie I possess I want to have so many pieces of everything that I can take up say a skirt to put It on and wont know It Is mine because I have had to wear it over and over about a hundred times New York Press Mica Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up the Hill The load seems lighterWagon- and team wear longerYou make more money and have more time to make money when wheels are greased wit- hMica Axle Grease The longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL CO hHrpenW IN IT DOES DUTY It coldest and room in the house it cozy busy Christmas Still it looks just as as any heater made It is and a great fuel saver are sold are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron and bottoms making it last for years without Made only by Inc Box 2745 VA 30THOUSANDTELEGRAPHERS I WANTED I newIDRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESSrrnaennied Evansville Paducah and St Louis Telegraphy students by special arrangement uso railroad wires Draughons Co Homo office Xashvllle Tenn has oCollegaslntyslatesS3ooo00 oocapltaligonostuclent annually 18 years sir Draughons Is TilE TIIKKK months studying Bookkeeping or Shorthand by DrauKhons COIY IHGJITKI methods equals SIX elsewhere loornlngDYIAILPOSITIONS swurwl or money back catalogue F R B 0 Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also Roaches and Bed Bugs IT DRIES THEM UP FOR RATS AND MICE Destroys them under all conditions They eat it in preference to any food No Stench- It Dries them up leaving only the pelts FOR ROACHES AND BED BUGS They eat it and it kills them Results are permanent- No danger in using- It is a paste not a easy to apply- Is the cheapest as so little is required Jno D Babbage CLOVERPORT KY Farmers to the Front amsDo you expect to be humbugged all your life by the Trusts If so continue to use Commercial Fertilizers at 25 to 30 per ton that has about 150 to 200 pounds of plant food in them that is worth from 3 to 4 Be Wise Be Economical Save Time Labor And Money By making at your own home a BETTER Fertilizer for onefourth the cost than any Commercial Fertilizer on the market by using m JARBOESPROCESSFor v SHomeI AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY PRECINCT TillS COUNTY r Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater DOUBLE warms the largest making The anythingfromturkey neat airtight Thousands being Thousands of housekeepers tops repairs UNION STOVE CO RICHMOND Draughons IIEST powder- Is ttIT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made Li- Y d d 4 I la rn d BRECJE RIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAQE SONS PublUhlne Co Subscription Price 100 a year or IS5 11 paid at the end of year OARDB OF THAN KB over Ave lines charJlee K at the rate of 10 centsper line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 6 anIi per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Xzamlnn the label on your paper IfliIt Is tot correct lease notify as When ordering a change In the addreSl ntwcrlber should Rive their old as Well as bF nw address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1907 There is no place for money or whisky either in this compaign or for ithe men who use them The improvement of the Mississippi is a national matter President Roosevelt at St Louis The man who buys a vote is just as much a criminal in the sight of the 1law as the man who sells his vote Every good citizen be he Democr Republican or Independent should put his foot down on vote selling and vote buying Ifwe were county judged we don1 think we would adjourn Fiscal Court for a half day to play a game of baseball There are six magistrates at f3 a day and a clerk at fts a day all losing good time and time that belongs to the taxpayer We dont think we woutd squander the taxpayers money in this wayJohn Haswell is not dominated by apolitical boss who declares that no man shall represent this county in the Legislature that iis not in accord with him and will not do his biddirg when he gets there John Haswell has been warned not to stick his head into this race If he does well see to it that 1ilie is defeated iif it takes money aid whisky to do it says the boss Running a county government is purely a bum ness proposition It ought to be run on business principles There details They allare a multiplicity of require the best thought and JIflin staking attention to get the best results There is no foolishness or childs play about it An officer ought to look after the business of the county in the same way that he looks after his own busines If he does his full duty he has no time to play bull or run a new paper We gave our reasons for supporting John Haswell last week It is not necessary to repeat them for the benefit of Judge Henry Moorman We dont know that it is any of his business bow we vote or who we vote for We have our tax receipt and our registratio certificate and as a free American citizen it is our right and privilege to go into our booth and in the presence of God and our own conscience cast our ballot for whom we choose IOlt iill computed that onefifth of a cubic mile in volume or one billion tons in weight of the richest soil matte of the United States is annually gathered in storm rivulets washed into the rivers and borne into the sea The loss to the farmer is in effect a tax greate than all other land taxes combined and one yielding absolutely no return The Department of Agriculture is now da vising and testing means to check this enormous waste through improved meth ods of agriculture and forest manage inent President Roosevelt at Mem phis Gov Folk of Missouri in introdncin President Poosevelt at St Louis said Give us good roads and cheap rive transportation and the farmers of the Mississippi Valley will provide food stuffs for the whole world The Presi dent sympathizes with our efforts amour ambition will be realized From Mr Roosevelt we get our ideas of law enforcement and respect of the law Defiance of the law gets its reward from Mr Roosevelt From him we learn that no man ia above the law and no man beneath its protection He teaches w not to array class against class but in structs us to respect the rights of our neighbors be they poor or be they wealthy The prosperity of the country does not depend on the riches of a few We do not attack wealth therefore but the abuse of it We are taught by the President not to fight men but the evil that men do Ho appeals not to cun ning but to conscience He is making the national life of the country clean by the example of his own clean and square life I take pleasure in introducing the President of the United States the patriot the American and the man Theodore Roosevelt Mr A T Rogers came down from loverport Tuesday morning Owens boro Inquirer 1 IRVINQTON Mrs Lydia A Jolly of Louisvi spent Sunday at home A B Suter and brother Jesse spent Saturday and Sunday in town Mrs Chas Chamberlain spent a few days last week in Louisville visiting relativesFrank Peyton of Falls of Rough will move his family into the Brown property this week Miss Lillie McGlothlan left Sunday for Henderson for a visit to her sister Mrs H W Herndon Mrs Albert Jeffreys of Frankft spent a few days last week the guest of Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Miss Rebecca Childs of Weldon spent several days last week visiti her sister Miss Nannie Childs Miss Minnie Brown of Kirk has returned to her home after a weeks visit to her cousin Miss Mary Brown The Rev Farrington of Louisville will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church on Saturday and Sunday Miss Willa Drury has returned from Louisville after spending several days in the city attending the horse show Miss Bettie Lloyd will return to Louisville today after a three weeks visit to her cousin Mrs Geo Lydda Miss Minnie Fullenwider returned to Little Bend Ky after a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs J K Bramlet Miss Schumate of Louisville and D rtT Spradlin of near Big Spring spent Sunday the guests of Miss Cecil Spra inMr and Mrs Ed McAfee returned Sunday from a ten days visit to Mrs McAfees parents Mr and Mrs Wm Mullen 1 Mrs Lon Cowley left Saturday for in indefinite visit to Mrs Henry feafus and Mrs Nora Greenwell at klorganfield Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughte Hiss Ollie Mae have returned to Big Spring after a short visit to Mr and tin H H Kemper Mrs R E Hayes and sister iss Rachel Mudd will leave some time this week for Louisville for a visit to their liter Miss Iva Mudd Mr and Mrs C F McElroy returned to their home in Fordsville Monda fter several days spent the guests iof Rev and Mrs E W Graves A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist church on Sundav evening ctober 13 Rev Ed Goodsin of Slizabethtown will do the preaching Miss Clara Harden has returned tto loverport after being the guest of Mud Mrs T R Blythe She was accompanied home by Miss Rath iller for a few days visit Miss Margaret Winkler of Louisville began work at the private school on last Monday Miss Winkler is a teacher of training and experience and is an accomplished musician Mrs Gilbert Harrison of Sioux City Iowa arrived Sunday night to be at the bedside of her daughter liss Marion Harrison who is ill of typhoi fever at the home of Mrs John Frake Prof and Mrs J S Dickey of Bowling Green were the guests of Mr and Irs W J Piggott on Friday Mrs t Dickey was enroute to Cincinnati to visit her daughter who is studying at the conservatory The Rev B F Wilson was returne to the Methodist church at this place for the coming year Rev Wilson iis- an excellent pastor and has the confidence of the people We are glad to welcome him back Mr Geo Dana Lyddan celebrate his sixth birthday last Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 6 by giving a Buster rown party to a number of his littl friends Games were the leading feature after which refreshments wer served and a merry good wish for another year to roll around Mrs Alexander Robbins died at her STOP And see our new 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 l A Sale With a ReasonA- sis well known I have been trying to finda purchaser for my store for some time I have found him The deal has been made But there was and is one drawback to the turn ing over the stock to the new owners There is too much of it It must be reduced to meet the capital ready for the investment In order to do this and to do it quickly and at the same time give my many friends and patrons a farewell bargain event I have gone through the stock not missing anything and have Reduced Prices on Every Article in Stock until the matter of profit and in many cases even cost has been lost sight of Commending at once and continuing until I have reduced the stock FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS I will offer some of the greatest bargains ever presented in Big Spring or the vi cinity Do not miss this sale It is an event of great importance and means the saving of many dollars for everyone who takes advantage of the low prices Lay in stock for future use It is a rare chance Just as soon as five thousand dollars worth of goods are sold I will turn the store over to my successor and the sale will stop So do not wait but come at once Read these bargains below There are many more here for you Do not wait Come NOW Ladies and Mens Shoes Yens knee high kangaroo 65priceMens heavy broganshoes 35aIILadies150 former Heavy now everyday P 1 oU ThreadPer Spool I5c Ladie- sDress Goods dress quality19c cloth 92ity MensHeavy Undershirts 44c- Mens 42cnow to It Is up to you to save 15 to 30 per We so as you are out this is the to At thing so you can profit by and over to you at my of am H MEYERMrs home last Thursday after a prolonged with cancer The funeral was mains were taken to Cloverport fox burial The deceased leaves a husband and three children I Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There U only one way to cure deafness and that Is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustarhlan Tube When this tube Is In flamed you have u rumbling sound or im perfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is tbe result andunless the Inflanm tlon can be taken out and the tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be de troyed forever nine cases 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 Oatarrh Cure s end for circulars free Sold by The Tako Halls Family Pills for Those on the sick list are improved Mrs Eliza Driskell of is her uncle Mr Riley Lamb Mrs Ella Prather of is a few days with her mother Mrs Rosa Sipes Dr was in Ebon Ladies goods 25c Ladies I due and C Outing cloth former price 12c 1 now v2C Mens jersey shirts 50c quality now heavy 75c cent the is yours very suffering Druggists constipation visiting Hardesty Thurday and Mrs Elza Driskell of Hardinsburg spent Wednesday with Mrs Cecil Hicks of Hardin con ducting a singing school at Hill Grove at and Lizzie of Paradise attended the Carnival at last week Mrs Mary Lamb and Mrs Eliza Driskell of Hardinsburg spent Friday with Mrs Ernest Brown Miss Lon Shacklett is visiting in Lou Rena Robertsof Hardin county spent part of last week with her mother Mrs Harriett Medley who is on the sick listMr and Mrs Ernest Brown spent last with Mr and Mrs Bill Mills near Guston I Mr Joe Clark of spent a few days recently with Dr and family The sale at H L Rhodes near Garrett was largely attended and every thing brought a nice price Tax All City and School Taxes for the yoar 1907 are due Pay now and avoid the penalty CHARLIE MAY City and School Tax Collector Office in rear room Cloverport Bank All Calicoes Now 6cB- lankets 49city 69ityC 09quality Better quality blankets at greatly reduced prices I The people of this are busy cutting tobacco Mrs Rhoda Mason and Stella who have been visiting relatives on Rough Creek have home Mr and Mrs Willie Ball and Vera of were the guests of their uncle Mr T N and Sunday Mrs Jennie gave the young folks a social last night in honor of her Roy of Daviess county will arrive here October 14 to con at 9 oclock to quite a large number This is Bishop first visit here for four years Dont get out of patience with the baby when it is and restless and dont wear out worrying night and day about itjust give it a little Cascasweet is a cor the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmful drugs Sold by All Mrs Ella LaNeave of Franklin Tenn is the guest of her mother Mrs Undergments union suits OQ 45c now Ob heavy vests Q 35c now heavy ribbed vests 39cnow II Cloaks Ladies Long Cloaks new style 9 valuel now Ladies Long Cloaks now 95valueLadies Long Cloaks new X500value IIBoys Suits and Overcoats too numerous mention from think long paying your good money certainly place buy stock complete every uptodate numerous bargains many that only yourself everything Hoping meet place business 1 respectfully bY1the applications BLACK JACK NOTES Hardinsburg Louisville spending undershirts Suits articles MillerProf countyis presentMisses Shacklett Brandenburg isvilleMiss Saturday Pavnesville Hardesty Notice Payers Big SpringKentucky CABOT vicinity daughter returned Weatherford McQuady Weatherford Saturday Weatherford Wednesday nephew Tabeling Bishop McCloskey IBishop McCloskey administer McCloskeys peevish yourself Cascasweet rectlvefor Druggists Englishh Ladies Ladies quality Ladies quality 4c Ladies 675 Mens present coming looking i FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin I ners SuppliesCome Cloverport Foundry I Machine CO Prices Reasonable Satisfaction GuraIl1eeCerreJp ec Seiicited r f f lwTI1l c = w y M4 fJ1t1 T p1r t Jp n a Tii o Tiredfly be from overwork b the chances are its from aa in active LIVER1With a well conducted LIVER one can do mouauior ol labor Without fatigue It adds a hundred percent te one araiHt capacity 1 CM to kept In healthful action brsad only by utis Pills AKE NO SUBSTITUTE ERSONALAND LOCAL rs Jake May is on the sick list race Tucker went to Irvington rday rs James Cordrey went to Louis Thursdayr Jr of Owensboro here last week r and Mrs Chas Jackson are vis atfprazil Ind Iss Grace Plank went to Louisville nesday shopping arry Board of Louisville was here rsday and Friday iss Amby Williams left Sunday for jnsboro to visit friends rs Frank White has returned to home at Mt Carmel 111 iss Bessie Mitchell Addison is the lit of Miss Florence Lewis rm Wilson of Paducah was here ing his parents last week eorge Windelkin of Paducah has pted a position at the shops ddles saddles saddles Some- d saddles at a bargain Babbage Iss Virgie Daniels of Owensboro ved here Wednesday to visit her nts 9 rs Nancy Ferry will leave on the i for Catlettsburg Ky for a visit to tives fills G Smith of Owensboro was guest of his brother Dr Smith iday ass Kennedy of Webster was the st of her sister Mrs Jess Bohler iday Irs lrA J Mercer and children of icinnati are the guests of Mrs Phil merIr Mrs Williams and son of wesville have been visiting Mrs T awyer l J Baker of Patesville was here nday on his way to Owensboro to ir Bryan irs Robt Patteon and sonRobert Kansas are visiting Mr and Mrs His Noel Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer re ned Tuesday night from an exten e trip North its E H Foote of Owensboro sed through here Monday on her y to Irvington Irs Proctor Keith who has been icing her mother at Elfcabethtown s returned home Irs John Ditzenbaugh of Louis ile was the guest of Mrs Kate Dit baugh Saturday Vilils Smith of Owensboro and Dr M Smith and Miss Ella Smith were Hardinsburg Sunday Mrs Alfred Heston of Hardinsburg me down Wednesday night to visit r sister Mrs J H Wills Mrs Harry White who has been vis Qgbjp motherinlaw in Lima 0 urntd home the last of the week Mrs Wilber Gregory of Louisville 10 has been visiting her mother Mrs Jos Bohler returned home Friday Mrs F P White who has been theII Winkinenderson Journal Mr Frank G Brodie of Louisville TS here several days of last week fi Brodie was pastor of the Methodist itirch here in 1873 Miss Louise Babbage of Cloverport- y was the attractive guest of Mrs N Hudson from Saturday until pnday She left on Monday morning ith the Bowmar party for a trip to e Jamestown Exposition Richmond I 1Washington Woodford Sun E L Clark of Cincinnati was here FridayJ Johnson went to Owensboro Monday Mrs Bettie LaHeist is suffering from a fall caused by an attack of vertigo Monday morning The fill over the sewer recently con structed at Sipples corner has sunken making adangerous crossing H of Davies1 I J5V Tabeling county is here visiting relatives from here Mr Tabeling will go to Bowling Green where he will enter college Mr and Mrs Chas Hook returned from Hardinsburg Friday where they have been at the bedside of her sister Mrs Hendrick who is seriously ill Mr Daniels operator at the shops who has been visiting in Paducab has returned home Mr Daniels made the trip from Paducah on his gasoline boat Why He Quit Hal Have you stopped calling on the girl with the plnld blouse Tom Yes Its nil over there HalWhy Father object Torn Bless you no And I had nerve enough to dodge all her hints about popping the question also but the last time I called she had the sign Do It Now stuck on the center ta ble That floored me and Ive quit London Express You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup They like it because it tastes nearly like maple sugar Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs and colds and is good for every member of the family Sold by All Druggists The Hon John P Haswell Jr Republican Candidate for Representa tive and DrW Foote Democrotic candidate for the same office were in town Tuesday HARDINSBURG The Rev B A Brandon preached his first sermon of the new conference year SundayThe E B English who has been in Louisville having his eyes treated has returned home much improved Mr and Mrs M H Beard returned home last week from a trip to Atlantic City New York Washington and the Jamestown Exposition George W Evans was at the Falls of Rough last week on a business trip Col W RHaynes of Oklahoma City Okla formerly the commonwealths attorney for this district isi at Evans Hotel for several days Miss Emily McAteer of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard Prof J S Dickey and Mrs Dickey were here a few days of last week visiting Mr and Mrs William Beard and other relatives He is now the Presi dent of the Bowling Green Business University Several years ago he was principle of the High school here and held that position for three years One of the most enjoyable features of the Institute was the address of Prof Dickev which was largely remimiscent in its character Many of his former students heard the speech They left Friday for their home at Bowling Green The American Society of Equity held its regular quarterly meeting at the court housa Monday Marion Weatherbolt cashier of the hank of Cloverport was in town Friday on business Jno P Haswell Jr was in Irvington on business Monday The County Teachers Institute held lastl week was one of the most successful in the history of the county Chintz Royalty a former resident of this place but now of Leitchfieldwas in town last week Gov W 40 Bradley the greatest orator in Kentucky will speak here on Wednesday October 23 at 1 oclock p m in the interests of the candidacy of Hon A E Willson for Governor A bigcrowd will hear him The Fourth Congressional Teachers Association will convene here on Friday the 18tnst1 ard remain in session two days Two hundred teachers are ex pected to be in attendance and a fine program has been arranged Superin tendent Pile has spared no effort to make the meeting a great success and it will pay everyone interested in education to bepresentCircuit next Monday There is not a great amount of new businessbut the number of old cases to be disposed of will make the session as long as usual C L Beard was called to Blackstone ofIthere OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO RicketszSimply the visible sign that babys tiny bones aare not forming rapidly enough 0- lde nourishment is the cause 6u Scotts Emulsion nourishes babys entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby zeds f ALL DRUGCISTSt fie AND SIM OOOOOOOr= Ode Penick has resigned his position as bookkeeper for B F Beard Co to take effect the first of next month Hon JohnF Lockett of Henderson spoke at the court house Friday after noon in the interest of the Republican State Ticket Owing to the rain and the fact that the announcement of his speech was received too late to adver tise it only a small crowd heard him His address was an able presentation of the issues of the day and was frequent applauded It was free from misrepresentation and made a favorable impression on his audience Judge Ixwxett is an able lawyer and a fine speaker Miss Mattye Reid entertained at42 Saturday evening The guests were Miss Emily McAteer of Louisville Mrs Blanche E Read and Dr John E Kincheloe Edward Dillon and John P Haswell Jr Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Col and Mrs D R Murray last week THE TEXAS WONDER Cures aU Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 111 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials GLENDEANE B D Bailey Jr has returned from LouisvilleDunk got a fine young mule killed last week Mr and Mrs E F Monahan are in Owensboro this week Mrs F W Bailey has been visiting Mrs J C Mattingly this week Alex Eskridge sold a young mule to Robert Green of Falls of Rough W H Harlow has returnedjfrom Hot Springs Ark and is some better W H Morton has sold his place to Eli Fisher and moved to Cloverport Miss Nell Denipster is visiting Dr P E Dempsterof Irvington this week Frank Dean and J M Howardwent to the Horse Show this week in Louis ville There was several from here attend ed the horse show in Louisville last weekGlen Moorman sold two suckling mules to Robert Green of Falls of RoughMiss Lillie McGlothan of Irvington was down visiting Miss Amanda Dean I this week June Bauman has gone to Stanley to run the section and Lee Phelps has taken his place here Mr and Mrs E R Wells are going back to Kansas to live We are loosing- a good man when he leaves us Dud Ashley is going to Princeton Ind to spend a few days While there he will seek employment Dr R T Dempster was called to Falls pf Rough to dress Smith Quertenas hand He got it hurt in the mill He had to have one of his fingers taken off at the first joint Fifty Years a Blacksmith Because yon have contracted ordinary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind do not for a moment imagine that colds are not dangerous Everyone knows that pneumonia and chronic catarrh have their origin in a common cold Consumption is not caused by a cotd but the cold prepares the system for the re ception and dev loDment of the germs that would not otherwise have fonnd l odcemerit 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 will see from this that more real danger lurks in a cold than in any other of the common ailments The easiest and quickest to cure a cold Is to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tie many remarkable cures effected by this preparation have made it a staple article of trade over a large part of the world For sale by Severe Drug Co Congratulations It is a matter of universal gratification that the greatest prosperity the largest attendance and the brightest outlook in Its history is now being enjoyed by the Bowling Green Business University at Bowling Greec Ky The institution is to be congratulated on its continued and increasing success and usefulness GAR Misses Maude and Pearl Bell Matting ly after visiting in Louisville and Irv ington are home again Mr and Mrs Paul Compton of ardinsburg are visiting her father Mrs Jesse Macy at this place Hawkins Smith who has a contract- on the Madisonville RR near Dundee was home Sunday and says he is getting along fine with his work and hopes to complete his contract in this month A series of meetings will begin at the Baptist church here on Monday night after the second Sunday in this month Rev A N Couch from Fordsville will do the preaching Vernon Mattingly of Louisville visited his mother here Sunday ijj Wants i 3rA3r9r r 3r 3 r WANTEDA man with team and tools to tend a farm near Sample W J DEICKMAN Stephensport Ky FOR SALE pRINTING Presses and Cuttlhg machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MAKTIN GABLE MB 3rd Street Louisville KY FOIL RENTFine river bottom farm of 116 on railroad Good tenent house and out buildings 10 acres in orchard and 1S anythingFor further Information apply to MRS HANNAH HAUDIN Holt Ky H DeN HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession 1 I all of the Courts of ItreckenrluRo and adjoining count er Special attention given to col ectlons road cases and criminal practice License to jurisOffice Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for f5 per month 2 Oacres wellwatered In good 4 r cultivation 4lmcott- RIte Ilno stock barn and outbuildings ThIs farm Is just outside of the city limits of Clo verport It is rich bottom land One for truck parden and stock raising Uood mar ket for everything raised on it It Is a bar gain for some man 411 7501M acres on Elardlnsburg and 4 r of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good tile barn NO acres In 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 cosh balance In cyisy payments C 2 950 352 acres on tlardlnsburg and 3O iruiis Of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwallings three bIll barnes holt house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 523 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round One tlrlyd cash and good easy turmson balance C I 3 O E3 acres 7 acres In timber hick plOi7VS ory black locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements five room cottage barn 36 x CO stable 30 x 32 smokehouse and cellar cistern good springs and ponds 12 acres In timothy 10 in clover 11 In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons of timothy and clover 8 acres In wheat yield bOt bushels and 5 tons straw This place is sifated on Clover creek IV miles southeast of Cloverport 30 acres mod 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 FOR SALEH mile off of P between Cloverport and Hurdlnsbiirg 7 miles from miles from Hardlnsburg 1P7 acres ofland two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jno D IHabbage Cloverport Ky or James H Sub lie SALEI06 acres of land laying on the branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six in woodland Good barn 16 acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price flSOO cash For further particulars write the Breckenridge News Jloverport Ky LAND FOR SALK FOR SALE 150 acres of land situated near Creek one mile and u half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improve ments one 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 tosell Price 500 For further information write I no n Uabbage Cloverport Ky FOR SALEGood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ivy contains 140 ncres all level and In good state of cultiva Lion About one huif in gnus IS n res in timber young orchard coming on plenty of Rood water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large barn and plenty of outbuildings three miles from Irvington Kyi and In one of the best neighborhoods in the state A bargain for some one looking for a good homo For further Information sse or write Jno D liabbago 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 Milleri Brick Tile Go Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Oflice Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round- trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L f3 round trip to Louisville from Cloverport October 14 and 15 Good to return October 19 Morrison tc Calhoon dentists oflct ownstalrs 2IS Fourth street HUt pbonu Owessbero Ky 1iIIfj r I I Ready for the Fall games Wear the colors of your c teamshow them in your hat band You can get I the colors of every col lege school and club in rmtheL BandLthousand1W11and color combinations Easily adjusted to any hatover the old band if you like Lkt Stays flat and smooth never slips out of place i I J C Nolte rBro ICloverport Ky wH tit r I II i 1 l Cadick Milling Co GREGORY COMPANY James estimates buildings workmanship grades roofing squareOur Ruberiod building 1 YOUNG LEARN railroads you for operators Salaries 12508 month other profes short pay good salary TelegraphpTelegraphic education furnished refunded KENTUCKY SCHOOL TELEGRAPHY OWENSBORO I OI the enterprise many a business by the strength the checks drawn a banking tution whose reputation for integrity a fact accepted fact every sound business a sound Bank Cloverport avails itself the privilege undoubted reputation solicit accountsCLOVERPORT I Eifi mm PIES CAKES it like used to make within your reach CADICKS FLOUR is kind Iwith to make crusts and tempting cakes have quar and half and Try a small if you recomenda You to come back moreIrandVlewtfm Indianafa 1ISZi CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and for Our Mill is of good material and best and our prices are reasonable We have several of at prices from 1 to J325 per best will last as long as MARAAilelitAAAAAAStAAigtit4itl71 se MEN TELEGRAPHY ix The need jj 5000 k to per ft i No trade or sion can be learned in as time or as jj at thp start x ft Z ough Pos iai itions or tuition If of I KY 2 t CARRIED TO SUCCESS is of wise man of fact that his are all and honoredby insti is fixed And as it is an that man must have bankThe of of of its to your KY and mother fij lie fmJ GOLD DUST the which de licious flaky light We It in ter sacks bar rels sack doubt our ffm tion are sure for G Work the tIIII4 J JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware Holloware Flatware Musical instruments and findings TI Ct Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky We are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks Than Usual and Have Some Good Ones Now Do You Need One Severs Drug Co 0 7 d t r 4 g r J i 4i I JJji ji I II 1i I i s r1 r 11r i Ji i f rT T n I TEffiiDRIVEN AWAY BY TAXATION foy Large Capital Withdrawn from Kentucky the Case of the Walsh Estate In Lx Ington Points Out a Danger J L Ioua Result of Our Tax i rliSytem1 The manner In which tho tax sya tern of Kentucky may seriously affect Its business interests was recently given a very striking demonstration In Lexington The estate of Mrs Clara Bell Walsh amounting to about 760000 had been for many years managed by tho Security Trust com pony of Lexington as trustee A pc UUon was flied recently in the Fay mtte circuit court asking the court to terminate tho trusteeship so that Mrs Walsh might put her property in the hands of a trust company in St Louis The Security Trust company which had been acting as trustee dill not oppose this suit it being distinct Ily stated In the petition of Mrs Walsh that the services of the trust company had been in every way satisfactory but that the taxes imposed upon her property were too burdensome The peculiar feature of the case lies In the fact that Mrs Walsh herself resides in St Louis and therefore claims that her personal property sbotld not be taxed at Lexington In the hands of her trustee The court of appeals having held otherwise and I Mrs Walsh not feeling Justified in paying a tax rate of 270 on tho tocks bonds and other Investments In the hands of the Kentucky trustee since she could not derive any possi ble good from the payment of this tax decided to remove the property to the state of her residence- A considerable part of the estate was invested in local securitiesthe bonds of local corporations and real estate mortgages This will mean that the money will gradually be withdrawn from investment in these local I securities and reinvested by the St Louis trustee to other securities thus constituting a loss of that much 30ffey to enterprises fn an4 Around Lexington and Fayette county It I means just that much greater Bcnrotty of needed capital I A The Lexington Herald has been with great energy dud skill showing the result Of thlisort of taxation ch e the buaimese interests of the state It points out among other things the Inconsistency In the decisions of our courts which hold that a man who fives in one Kentucky county and has Intangible personal property such na stooks bonds or money in the handj of a trustee In another county of Ken tucky must pay the tax in the county tf his tttfildenca and not in the county whore the trustee resides but if the bwnor of the property moves entirely out of the state then he must pay a tax in the county where the trusted resides ae well as pay the tax In the state where he takes up his new rest dence thus constituting double tax anon Consumed With Taxation In her petition asking for the change In trusteeship Mrs Walsh says Plaintiffs desire If said Clara Bell Walsh be not entitled to a discharge of the trustee that there be a change in the per eon of said trustee and If it can be done that the funds and property In trust be transferred to a trustee duly qualified under and resident In the state of Missouri where they lave their home Plaintiffs state that the reasons why a change of trustee is desired do not In any manner relate to the conduct or fidelity of said trus tee but are on account of the heavy burdens of taxation imposed on said estate by reason of the residence of the trustee in a state and city differ ent from the home of the beneficiary Court of Appeals Decision The Herald adds the following fact as to the case Under this decision of the court Mrs Walshs personal prop arty in the hands of the Security Trust company would be liable fot city state and county taxes here anl realizing that she a nonresident of the state could derive no possible benefit from taxies paid to the city on her personal property Mrs Walsh takoi this means of getting possession of her property The removal of the estate to another state Is a powerful argument against the wisdom of the system of taxation in force In Kentucky for though the Invent taunts made by the trustee in local securities are ap safe and highly re garded ag to be retained yet when a reinvestment is made It is likely that a large portion of the funds will be Invested elsewhere thus depriving this community and state of so much badly needed capital for its progress and developmentPoverty or Perjury A prominent attorney of this city in discussing before the Taxation Committee of the Kentucky senate Hi 1905 tho tax system of our state denounced our personal property tax as necessarily leading either to poverty or perjury We do not know whether any statistics on the subject are avail able but WO think it a safe guess that at least threefourths of all the intan gible personal property such as bonds notes and cash which is as sessed for taxation In Kentucky is in the hands of fiduciaries Is It a fair ud manly thing to place upon those least able to bear it nearly all tht fi fdcm of such a tax iT I MONUMENT FOR A ROOSTER Remarkable Feats of Fowl That Wo Several Prizes A monument is planned tor a rooste- belonging n to 0 L McCord oT V1rmillo- county 111 whit recently died at th e age of twelve years says a Bloomington Ill correspondent of the Chlcag Inter Ocean It was claimed to be the champion of champions having won first prize a eight successive state fairs and also n the 1an AmerICan exposition The fowl was valued at a high figure am i was considered to be one of the finest blooded chickens in the country Of beautiful form and fine color this rooster was one of the sights of the Vermilion county section of the coun try and chicken fanciers from all ovc r the United States went to BloomingtonI to see himIHe had been taught many tricks bj his proud owner and would follow him 1 around like a dog It was not an un usual sight to see Mr McCord walking along the street with the big roostoi gravely stalking along behind him His Intelligence was remarkable lIe seemed to understand many words antIi responded to many simple orders Foi instance his owner would tell him tt slug and the bird would crow untilI told to stop when he would become ns silent as the grave While Mr McCord always endeavoredI to discourage the birds tendency to fight on the slightest provocation he admits that there was one occasion when ho rejoiced In the roosters abil ity to put up a good battle This occa don was when the bird whipped aI pointer owned by a neighbor The dog had made a dash at some chickens in the yard when Old Bill that wns the name of the roosterappeared on the scene and attacked the Intruder The battle that followed was a hot one with honors about even until the rooster Jumped on the dogs head and began pecking at the animals eyes This was more than the dog could stand and with a howl he gave up the tight and fled A weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpatatiou or in termittent pulse always means stomach nerves or weak Heart nervesStreugthen 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 worth this simple trial Sold by All Dealers1 TT LABOR UNION BANK Its 500000 Capital Stock to Be Sold to None but Union Men Promoted by the farmers union and the labor unions of Oklahoma a cooperative bank and trust company of Oklahoma City was chartered at Guth rle Okla recently with a capital stock 2t 500000 to do a general banking business says it Guthrie special to the New York World We expect that the Institution will be largely patronized by the farmers union and the organized labor of the territories sid Cepbas Miller the treasurer The Institution will be a union labor bank No stock will be sold except to members of unions and special efforts will be made to Interest und accommodate union men p r I THREE BOYS HAD ECZEMAA Of HUD I One Mothers Trials =Little Ones Treated at Dispensary for Three MonthsDid Not Seem to Im prove Suffered Five Months ALL WERE PERFECTLY CURED BY CUTICURA It My three children had eczema for five months A little sore would appear on tho head and seemed very Itchy increasing day after day The baby had had It about a week when the second boy took the disease and a few sores developed then the third betook IL For the first three months I took them to the N Dispensary and they told me that the children had ring worm but the not seem to Improve Then Iyheard of the Ciiticura Remedies and I thought I would write you about my case and when I got the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint mont I bathed the childrens heads with warm water and Cuticura Soap and then applied tho Cuticura Oint monteIn a few weeks they had im proved and when their heads were well you could see nothing of tho sores I should be very glad to let others know about tho great Cuticura Remedies StlNowYorkNI CUTICURA GROWS HAIR Removes Dandruff and Soothes Itching Irritated Scalps Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap and light dressings with Cuticura the purest and sweetest of emollients stop falling hair removo crusts scares and dandruffdestroy hair parasites soothe irritated itching surfaces stimulate tho hair follicles loosen the scalp akin supply tho roots with en ergy and nourishment and mako tho hair grow upon a sweet wholcsomeJ healthy ecalpwhenall else falls For nll purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are priceless Complete External and Internal Treatment tot Every Humor ot Infants Children and Adults coo SklDaCuUcuraCancun Iteaolvent SOc or In the term ot Choco theMoodPicm Corp Sole Yrop Dorton lius WItalled Tree Wucure Book on Silo DO Scalp Diseases MIDSEAsON FASHIONS n10m Pr fctlcal Hints on Severalim portant Subjects thingsnseason is well upon us and It Is sup posed that every woman has all her requirements attended to Still there remain n few novel things but these are chiefly In the way of accessories- t like collars gloves and parasols Wet have no more of the dainty fluffy rut fled parasols with lat ribbon and flowers all posed upon them for the parasols this season are almost en tirely plain Some of them Indeed have a hem made separate from the body and this Is affixed to It with a hemstltcbed arrangement The hemstitching Is done double and in silk thread to match the parasol so that ItI resembles Insertion The handles are of ivory bone or some other hard ma terlal and are severely plain generally but I have seen some in which the handles were really works of art on account of their fine carving One for Instance had a small but exquisite bunch of roses carved on the Ivory handle so that each blossom was sep arate and alone on a stem Naturally this was not only expensive but very fragileJust now long gloves of silk lace or lisle are favored and are pretty There are also mitts which never were and never will be pretty They leave the fingers exposed and no matter bow many rings are worn they always have an unfinished appearance The lisle thread gloves are in all the colors of the season but those in the best taste are modest in tint or black Lace gloves are very dainty for summer especially with lightI dresses tt ff Some women never go out in a cot ton or other tub dress during the whole season and for them there are very dressy and handsome suits made with the waist or jacket of n contrasting color and with the jacket or waist made ornamental with fancy braids em- roldery or any other thing that wilt tend to render it still more stylish When the waist is thus ornamented the skirt is made quite plain Speaking of tailor finished garments makes me think that perhaps some one would like to know Just how modern tailor garments arc done The first and most essential thing Is that the garment should be cut carefully from a good pattern mind all seams must be 4 you A coon DAY solidly basted before they are sewed No sticking of pins will do Then aft er the scams are all sewed they should be pressed by laying them open anti with a piece of clean damp cloth along the seam Every seam must be well pressed on the wrong side and all stitching done very straight The hemII should have an Inside layer of which causes the stitching to show up well The hem as well as all other seams is to be well pressed A heavy flatIron will do but wise women buy a tailor goose of about twelve or fif teen pounds Until It is tried one could scarcely believe the difference between a goose nnd ordinary Iron It goes without saying that every care should be taken to have every part of the garment finished neatly I When that Is done and the pressing also the result is n regular tailor fin ish It is worth the extra care Boys clothes are so cheap nowadays that It scarcely pays to attempt to make them but still ninny times one has good ma terlal on hunt and wishes to utilize it If It is old it should first be cleaned which is easy enough with the excellent soaps of today Then It should be pressed while very damp on the wrong side and it will look like new The same general rule Is to be observed about the pressing This cannot be done all at once like ironing a garment but each ending seam must be pressed apart before hems or joinings with other seams are made Speaking of accessories one may mention the pretty and universally be coming tulle boas I saw some yes terday quite new They had hems of loop stitches in light colors naturally only one color to each pink blue black white yellow and green Be sides these there were others with tiny chenille dpts over the material Some were very wide and others nar row but all were pretty particularly the golden brown ones with chenille edges in the same shade Chenille seems to be the favorite trimming for them and it Is rich and handsome The shoes for summer are of many shapes and kinds The russet and tan leather Oxford ties are much liked There are others in gun metal finish many of white canvas and no end of black some in kid and others In patent leather These last blister tender feet The shoemakers have taken pity on us and now offer Jow shoes without the long stiff point to the toes- OLIVE HARPER I Tfcwmdt Rile Kitoey Turtle mi Merer Suptct It PrcTHlencr of Kidder Disease Most people do not realize the alarm Ing increase and remarkable pre lency Address 01 kldney dust ase While kidney dls orders are the common diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by patient and sicians who con ttent themselves with doctoring the tfletii while the orig inal disease Undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should the best by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sentfree by mail Dr most phy hold have Sold nlUIYbmt Horn or ewpam tIoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember tb name SwampHoot Dr KDntrs warp Root and tho address IMnpbamton N Y son every bottln- STARTLING BRAIN THEORY Not Center of Human Intelligence Says ScientistToes Have Thoughts The scientific world through Dr Joseph SImms of New York city who arrived recently at Boston from Eu rope Is to be treated to another sensa tional theory concerning the seat of thought In human beings snys the- Nabs York American We think with our toes and with our fingers Just as much as we think with any portion of our brain says the scientist who Is about to write a book He contends that the heart has more to do with the function of think ing than the brain Dr Simms points out that the brains of many Idiots are large yet their hearts are very small whereas the brains of many geniuses have been below the normal while their hearts have been abnormal We think literally all over our bod ies says the doctor who has made a lifo study of the chemistry of thought thought is in the soul which permeates the entire physical Jbelng The brain Is a great heat producer but it has little to do with the function of thinking We think with 4 whenevertrtwe use them Dn SInmjs declares thatsuch world renoVned scientists as Sir WIlliam Hamilton of Edinburgh university and Professor Von Hartmann of Ber- lIn agree with him in his theory Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shrop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as DrShoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by AU Dealers 1A remarkable botanical specimen of Japan ls a hollow tree trunk sixty five feet In circumference containing a living tree nine feet In circumference The older tree was destroyed about 130 years ago leaving thirty feet of trunk and the Inner tree Is about 110 oldWbYCHJVSIER Hunting Rifles From the ten different Winchester repeaters you can surely select a rifle adapted for hunting your favorite game be I it squirrels or grizzly i IIbears No matter which model you select you can count on its being 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Han Who Began Life at a Szoeiii9kerY Bench become Governor ofhif State and Is Now Heed of a ltiiness Empire Copyright 1007 by Henry O Pamntl- AI face enough like Bismarcks to make the resemblance startling a slender wiry boyish figure topped by s white head a manner selfassured yet never coarsely aggressive There In a nutshell Is the personality of one of the most picturesque Interesting figures In all New Englandthat of W L Douglas exGovernor of Massachu setts Dut It Is not chefly as exGovernor or Indeed as statesman at all that the world at large knows Mr Douglas A Bartermile of factories a yearly out put of something over three million pairs of shoes and a face that looks out from the advertising columns of eight thousand newspapers these are the outward attributes that have made the name of W L Douglas so familiar from Maine to California The story of the man who could make himself so well known his secret of achievement his life history and his hints on business success will not only be of Interest but of profit to every class of reader For the description of a hard climb of a winning fight against circumstances and the climbers rules for victory are always worth hearing Thef InIterestAnd W L Douglas Is a fighter as even the most casual student of humanI nature coulu gban from one the strong prominent Jaw the level brows the firm set of the lips That cast of features set Bismarck to toppling European thrones The same physiognomy with a gentler mould of eye and mouth has caused Douglas to revolutionize business to wring wealth from poverty and political power from a State peopled by a majority that differs from him In politics a Bismarck tore down Douglas has aullt up That Is where the milder eye and mouth come In There Is a keyword to Douglass suc cess of course Several of them In fact The foremost Is Advertising His Life Motto Newspaper advertising Is his life motto in business First be sure you have something worthy to advertise Something Just as good as you say It Is Struggle to keep it as good and then advertise It constantly The newspaper Is the field in which my ad vertising has brought me the only perfectly satisfactory returns And I have tried many lines before settling down exclusively to that theory The same cradle served for New England and for the man who was one day to be Governor of Its oldest State For It was In ancient Plymouth scene of the Pilgrims landing that Douglas was born in 1345 His was as pathetic and hopeless a childhood as ever Dick ens pictured for David Copperfleld or other of his luckless boy heroes That Douglas rose from t to any later posi tion whatever speaks volumes for the atuft he was made of I In 1850 news came to a Plymouth breadIWInI drowned at sea All the children were young The mother was almost without I means So two years later she verbally bound out one of the brood a precocious boy of sevento his uncle a shoemaker The childs life from then on became one long era of drudgery and hardship His uncle set at once to pegging shoes by hand fjThis was a task for grown workers but the baby fingers were kept at the Incessant toil of It from dawn to dark No holiday no letup of any sort and worst of all nq wages The sevenyearold boy was carrying unduly heavy weapons In his lifebat tle He has been carrying them ever since His ability to do so explains why he became Governor William L Douglas Instead of merely Journeyman Bill Douglas His uncle was a stern taskmaster Apart from the shoepegging the child was called upon to perform a score of equally severe duties Among them was the twiceaday journey Into the woods In bitterest New EnglandI winter weather to cut and drag In wood for the shops fires Only at rare intervals was he allowed to leave his workbench for the school room Bi t at such periods he proved ao apt a scholar as to make up for the tong lapses He was greedy for education and seemed to absorb his scanty portion of it without effort It was only by this strange proficiency that he gleaned any learning at all For four years the slavery went on Then Douglas returned to his mother put so valuable had he become In the shop that his uncle Induced him to come back to him at the munificent wage of 5 a month Until ho was fif teen he continued to work thus all the time busy with new Ideas along his ewn line These Ideas were one day to sear fruit Once seeking to better himself he Brent to work In a Plymouth cotton 111 at 33 cents a day This meant fully V a month and the 3 raise IeCme- daet unlike a dream of wealth But fate j I f j I Intended him for his original calling Hers was a literal command of Shoe maker stick to thy last For when he disobeyed the Injunction an accident In the cotton mill put a quick end to his plans of becoming a weaver Douglas was pulled out of the debris with a broken leg That ended his cottonmill experiences He went back to his mother While attendedlachoolfull education But the lash of poverty that has whipped so many men on to greatness was busy about the young students shoulders and drove him back to the earning of a living just as he was beginning to rejoice in his school progressNo content to work aimlessly at one job and another Douglas now set about learning the boot and shoe business from bottom to top In all Its branches From town to town he worked his way studying the methods of each shop until he had mastered every rudiment of his chosen profession Lure of the Golden Weft By the spring of 1865 he felt ready to start In for himself Like many an other ambitious boy at that time he fancied the future was brighter In the new West than nearer home So to Denver he went carrying along his hardlyacquired stock of cobbling knowledge and little else Arriving there he found capital was as needful in Colorado as in Massa chusetts To acquire this capital he took the first work that offered The work in question chanced to be the not very congenial position of day laborer In a limekiln Not exactly a brilliant fulfilment of the golden promise of the West nor a direct advancement toward success In the shoo trade But Douglas wont on the principle that success consists loss iin holding a good hand than In playing a poor hand well Working hard and sPending little lie at last saved enough to travel to the town of Black Hawk where he had heard lived one Zephenlah Myers one of the most skilled bootmakers in America From Myers the young man learned the finishing touches that spelled perfection In his trade and he soon acquired so wide a reputation In the same business as to outstrip his tutor Douglas and another tuba formed a partnership and started a flourishing boot and shoe store at Golden City But New England always calls to hoc sons Douglas heard ike call and came back to Massachusetts Working as journeyman and later as foreman he passed the next few years and In July 1876 made the plunge that began his roil career He borrowed 875 and started a factory of his own This factory was small enough to be swal lowed up in the most insignificant work shop of his present building It was just 30 by 60 feat 1800 square feet In area Yet It was the nucleus of the plant that now has an area of 293950 square feet- Prosperity came but did not arrive fast enough to suit the ambitious young financier He looked about for means of Increasing it more rapidly The method he chose was extensive and unceasing newspaper advertising From the first the plan was a success It has grown more and more remunera tive each year Have I tried any advertising me diums other than the newspapers he said recently echoing a question of the writer I should say s1 Magazines circulars street car signs and many another Why once I actually painted a whole town red I spread my ad vertisements over its fences and roofs and barns and everywhere my men could find space for an ad Oh yes Ive tried them all And the newspapers give by far the best results Even better than the magazines Much better And for many reasons In the first place a newspper adver tisement strikes the eye the moment the sheet Is opened The same adver tisement would lie hidden among the pages of a magazine until the reader found his way to It If he ever did The busiest mans eye will be caught and his attention held by sight of a xapeWhereasfind time to go laboriously through all the advertisements of a magazine Then too practically every man reads a newspaper Every man does not read magazines Take a village for newspaperhasadvertisement In that paper 200 people are going to see It No one magazine nor for that matter all the magazines combined will circulate 200 copies In that same town The reasoning Is very simpleThere Is no hamlet or tiny settlement on the continent that Is not reached by newspapers There Is no place where newspapers are not read with eager In terest So by placing my advertlsment In the newspapers It is a aelfevldent proposition that i will reacu mOre peo e pie than any other medium could se cure for me Key to Financial Success That Is why I advertise exclusively in newspapers I advertise not only in the papers of all the principal cities but also In 8000 country newspapers- If the cynical claim that money is the final argument carries any truth then Mr Douglass sincerity In declar ing the newspaper the foremost advertising medium cannot be doubted In 1908 alone he went on I spent 207000 In newspaper advertisements I should not have done so were I not sure the outlay was going to bring me ade quate returns That was a fair sample of a years advertising expenditure Figuring on that basis I have spent 2000000 In newspaper advertising during the past ten years A fortune Yes But as I say the results warranted it 1 have given every form of advertising the fairest sort of trial I began with newspapers in 1883 The results were so good that later I also adver tfsed In nagazlnes THE RETUIW3 DID NOT WARRANT ME IN CON TINUING I withdrew my advertise ments from the magazines but later on triad the experiment again Once more 1 took out my advertisements and since then I have used only newspapers to bring my goods before the public eye During the past decade while I was spending 2000000 for newspaper advertisements I sold basing the estimate on my 1905 returns 1324240 cases of shoes There are twentytour pairs of shoes to a case that makes a total of 3178176 pairs for 1906 or 31731760 pairs for the ten years At the wholesale price of 250 a pair that would be for the dec ado 79454400 Or at the retail rate of 350 a pair it would equal 111236160 In my advertisements as a rule I call attention to my shoes leaving the local dealers In their own newspaper advertisements to mention the tact that they carry the Douglas shoe By the way another excellent rea son for the superiority of newspaper over magazine advertising rests In the fact that In those same local papers the reader sees the ad every day of his life while he sees it at best only once a month In a magazine In other words he sees It thirty times as often In a newspaper and It has therefore thirty times as many chances of im pressing him Every man reads his paper first Then If he has time and inclination he reads magazines Some times he has neither and the magazine goes unread X am sot a Deheretla pumodto I advertisement My principle Is Keep I pounding away at the reader all the I time Formerly It used to be a custom to advertise shoes at only certain sea sons of the year I never adhered to that Idea I advertise and I keep on advertisingWhen season Is dull I Increase m advertisements That may seem odd Many dont do it But I do That Is one of the secrets I thin of success Instead of hanging back waiting for a slack season to pass believe In advertising all the more This past spring for exhmple was backward and cold It was bad for trade I did extra advertising Nor at such times do I raise the price of shoes It would not be fair to make the public pay for the slowness of a season I do not lower wages 1In that event either as the 1906 scale wi prove The scale for that year shows the average shoemakers pay In the United States was 61 In Massachusetts it was 530 In Brockton O while at my Montello factory it was 760 That does not Include superinten dents and high salaried men Just the workers on the union scale Another advertising theory of mine Is that a good ad should be changed very seldom Of course In the case of dry goods stores or other places whor- special sales are held and new attrac dons offered from time to time it lis necessary to change the form and inducements of an advertisement Bu where a man deals in a single atapl- article I think he should write on strong convincing advertisement an let that stand for a long time Let him make sure first that It 1 9asthe strongest bestworded advertise ment he can concoct Then let It Stan There are good reasons for this Su pose a man has glanced at my advertisement for several days in succession without reading It Then one mornin ho does read it That may be the day when If I constantly change my ade I might have a weaker less attractiv- less convincing one than usual Perhaps I lose his possible custom A good advertisement is an argument Remember that An argument Not a boast It does not shout an un somethingItbuy the article It appeals to you sense of reason It should never exaggerate tn any way but tell the mere truthII ior toots more advantages than they actually possess An article must have merit realI meritand Its proprietor must fight ovary minute to keep the quality high Success must not lure him Into letting up one atom on high quality If he does in the course of time he will lose Same people get to making money fast Then they think they can lower the quality and inci dentally the cost of production and make more I have made more be cause my goods are worth more It Is a strange tact that fully wo firths of the shoes sold throughout the entire week are sold on Saturday Whether because that Is pay day or merely because It Is a favorite shop ping day I dont know but the foot remains and we regulate our adver tising accordingly making It heaviest toward the latter part of the week Of course with a magazine published only once a month this would be Im practicableThe shoe Is sold all over the United States and also has a large sate In Canada and Mexico besides having created more or less of a European de mand I employ 4000 persons in making and selling my shoes and I own and operate seventy retail shoe stores In the large cities The vast area covered by my dealers renders it all the more nec usury for me to use local newspapers from one end of the land to the other to advertise my shoes and made It tha more needful for me to study out cara fully just what would be the best ma dlum through which I might reach the people at large- Concerning those 4000 employees whom Mr Douglas 1 o casually men tioned an entire article of more than common interest might be written They form a sort of Utopian community whereof he Is the head At his expense all of them are provided with medical care In Illness and they are In other ways made to feel his personal Interest In them The labor question assumes none of Its harsher features in the Douglas plant By special agreement between the proprietor and his workmen alt differences so far as possible are mu tually adjusted Those which cannot be thus disposed of will by common consent be submitted to the State Board of Arbitration and Conciliation that boutdisputantsdisputantsIn way strikes and lockouts are unknown among the Douglas workmen and the pleasantest feeling has always existed between employer and em ployed Since the beginning of his first cam paign of newspaper advertising In 1833 Mr Douglas has gradually but steadily become known to nearly every one In America The face that looks out from the diamondshaped frame In his ad vertisements is familiar to all Yet the face that accompanies this article gives a far more accurate Idea of the Wil liam L Douglas of today The character reader may peruse there the reasons why a lowly start In life had no power to check this mans rise adertlslngDouglasafter factory until In 1392 he erected the huge works now In use at Montello just out of Boston yHisPayroll Grew numkoutI17300 pairs a day being the capacity now In the jobbing house alone a halt million pairs of shoes are carried at all times In stock The factory or factories for there are two of them practically joined un der one series of roots cover as much cityitrectlUnqar with widereaching wings like enfilade ing earthworks The man who employed newspaper ad vertising as the magic wand to raise this mighty structure from the earth still works as hard In his own way as did the sevenyearold carrier of wood and pegger of shoes Outside offlca hours he is of simple domestic tastes takingthebigeMachlgonne He has found time too as all New England knows to make a decided im At I ineLegislaturee paydwas Mayor of Brockton In 1890 and has four times been chosen delegate to the national conventions Govd aspThrough conduotedhis trygState in such a way that neither suffered from inatten adevertlslng during the Gubernatorial con test was one of the most striking feat ures of the campaign and contributed Ina n triumphWhy having made such giant strides In the world of business should have sought tie Gov Andrnot a few wondered that he was not satisfied with the aucceaa he had ale ready won But the man who Is satisfied with sue cess would be satisfied with failure I do not think William L Douglas would be aatlaued with either t w 0 i A 4 1 Sr a a- i j J jj jj i II- i IS I Ii Iy i Ii j i I iI i j J i i i1i1- i 44v 44r r 14z14 ITT i I I illI11111111111111111111111s 11 Where yel It 11 want heat a house the fur Its so and a PERFECTION Oil Heater I with Smokeless Device to the room you want to heat suitable for any room the a real smokeless device absolutely preventing smoke or smellturn the wick as high as you can or as low as you like brass font holds 4 quarts of that gives heat for 9 hours Fin r ished japan mdnickelan ornament IlIIIanywhere Every heater warranted I Thej fbLarpiiIt the Ump for or 11 reader It gives a llighl- Ihal mates study a pleasure Made ol brass plated find equipped with Ihe lalett Improved central draft burner Every lamp warranted II you obtain the Perfection Oil Healer or Rayo Lamp from I your dealer write to our nearest agency for descriptive circular STANDARD OInuCOMIPAN- Yunnnuulm 111uun1nuiaOuunnlllllunnnullluml liulil TAR CREEK Farmers busy cutting tobacco Jackoson returned from Kingswood last weekMrs Mollie Patterson and little Robert of Alton Oklahoma visit ing friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs J B Jackson Mr and Mrs Gabe Shrewsbury and Mrs Mollie Patterson were the guests ot S M Jackson Saturday and Sunday Miss Beulah Rice was the guest of Miss Irene Robbins Sunday Walter Bland of McQuady was in this neighborhood Sunday Roy Tabeling of Whitasvilla is visit ing his cousin Edith Weatherford There will church at Cave Spring the second Sunday night in October We are glad to hear that Ora and Karl Wilson are able to be up again Mr Gabe has purchased the George Gray place arifl will move soonMrs Sallie Bland and two daughters LuHa and Viola spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Nannie Bates Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until used Doans Ointment It cured me permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala J 1t wilt When yeti wait Na snoke HO sraell 10 Iroafele Often you in hurry in some room in the nace does not reach easy to pickup carry Equipped in house It has oil out glowing I in the student V brilliant steady nickel cannot are son are be Shrewsbury Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secre tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas medicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real remedy not a delvsion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street CHENAULT Farmers are all very busy now cutt ing corn and sowing wheat G B Cunningham attended the Carnival at Irvington last week C L Warrren was in Louisville for a few days last week Mrs Floyd Miller who has been the guest of friends and relatives here for some time has returned to her home in HendersonThere be several from here to make their First Holy Communion at St Threseas church on Sunday October ThirteethMr Mrs Hy Stallraan spent Saturday and Sunday at Holtthe guests of Mr and Mrs Julius Dutschke Mrs Ed McAfee of Irvington is vis iting her mother Mrs Wm Mullen Ims 1- I II An III Opportunity III II I80 purchase a splendid Business House stock of roods and good will of an old firm in one of the coming towns of Kentucky Irvington It is the June i tion of the Henderson Route railroad and the Brunch leading to Fordsville It is surround ijedby one of the best farming communities in prosperI lj 20000 to 25000 per annum On account of mil the death of the senior member of the firm the Itl business must bo closed up Will sell the stock of goods comprising a general line of mer I ohandise at a liberal discount The store house will bo leased or sold For further in formation write or call on it I A I IR M JOLLY SONS LOUIS JOLLY Admr I Irvington Kentucky I I Y PATESVILLE i D G Hatfield was in Hardinsburg Monday on business Mrs F Young has beer quite ill for several days- School trustees election was held at this place Saturday Rain that fell last week was greatly appreciatedH of Goering was in towh Tuesday delivering new Sorghum mo lases H H Tindle and mother of Dukes attended church here Sunday a m Republican Convention was held at this place Saturday afternoon- W J Fawver and sisters Misses Nell and Ruth Fawver were in Hawesville Monday shopping- C A Cahal and R J Tjndle of Dukes were in town Saturday afternoon on businessRev Baker of Floral attended church here Sunday and was the guest of Mr and Mrs S J Baker and family Ira Brock and mother of Deanfield were the guests of his sister Mrs Capt Colbert Saturday and Sunday- H H Tindle of Dukes spent Friday night with his cousin and family Mr and Mrs Steve Powers Mr and Mrs Mayfield Downs are the happy parents of a fine boy which ar rived at their home last Wednesday nightSaturdayafternoon and Sunday morning were the regular meeting days at the Baptist church at this place Rev Cicero Corley pastor Porter Marlowe of this place and his father Monroe Marlowe of Glendeane went to Evansville Sunday to be with his sisters whom he has not met for quite a number of years Mrs R W Frymire is at Horse Branch at the bedside of her son Ben Frmirewho has been quite ill for some time but is rapidly improving at present Mr and Mrs L E Morris entertained at their home quite a number of their young friends Saturday evening Those that participated were Misses Ada Frymire Anna Lamb Emma Clark Nellie Fawver Lula Kincaid Hattie Laulace Myrtle Gabbert Anna Lynch Muriel Parson Mamie Jarboe Bessie Lynch Chloie Peyton Messrs Laurence Lawlace Matt Jarboe Kirtley Kincaid Homer Tindle Homer Lamb Oscar Young Hillory Gist Claud Jarbce Clifton Corley Ernest Kincaid and Oliver Flowers Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomases Electric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the hurts r HARKED Miss Mary Beauchamp went to Gar field Saturday Mr and Mrs Jim Payne attended church at Hardlnsburg Sunday Rev Joe Du gins went to LostRun Sunday to preach Dr Godby preached three excellent sermons at Kingswood Sunday Quite a number from here went to hear him Miss Jennie Payne was baptized at Lost Run Sunday- A nice rain fell here Thursday after noonMr and Mrs Crawford Beauchamp and children spent Sunday at Kings wood the guests of Mr and Mrs Frost Quite a number from here attended the Institute at Hardinsburg this weeki Rev Joe Duggins was called to preach a funeral near Stephensport TuesdayMr Crume is putting a new roof on his store house Our farmers are busy breaking wheat ground and sowing wheat School was dismissed last week for the Institute DONT WAIT Take Advantage of Kentucky Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to acheii Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights restMrs L B Taylor of 810 East Jeffer son St Louisville Ky says Several years ago I contracted a cold which settled in my kidneys I suffered a great deal from pains across my back loins and was also much annoyed by the too frequent action of the kidney igrewi dizziness and a feeling of languor and I depression I procured Doans Kidney Pills and felt relief from the first I I continued the treatment and was soon I cured I gave a statement to this effect in 1900 and am glad to confirm same at this time for the cure has proven to be a permanent one 50Icents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo 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the Tar Springs last week Mr and Mrs George Newman and children of Evansville who have been visiting relatives here have returned home accompanied by Miss Nannie RyanMrand Mrs Tom Ryanof Tar Fork and sister of McQuady were the guests of their niece Mrs Nat New man last week Mrs C D Hambleton and Miss Maggie Bates were the guests of Mr and Mrs Nat Newman Tuesday Mr and Mrs T N Brickey were the guests of Mrs Tatilia Brickey at Clo ver Creek last week Misses Alice and Flora Brickey enter tained in honor of Miss Floras birth day at an Old Time Play Party The remains of Mrs Alex Robbins who died at her home at Irvington with cancer of the breast were brought here and interred in the Mizpah grave yard Friday Mrs Robbins was the daughter of Mrs Nancy Pate andwas loved by all who knew her Rev Day of Rockvale will preach at Mizpah church the second Sunday of this month Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure 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