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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4K r1G ai r r 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS a ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT JIfM VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 8 Pares NO 14 ie C it J 1r I I l E S P 3 9n NIt r ait I TI liS lib y Vto Vttp fJII a Kfx dr WILLSON RECEIVES HEARTY WELCOME tcjfcblkans Highly Pleased With 1 1 their Nominee For Governor of Kentucky Cloverport was hostess to a distin gukh visitor in the person of the Republican nominee for Governor of Ken Iwcky Augustus Willson last Tuesday night Col Willson arrived here from Owensboro on the Willsoi Special at 6 oclock and was met at the Henderson Route depot by Mr Leonard Oelze and Mr Robt Polk Alter the special arrived at the statidn Mr Willson was driven to the home of apt and Mrs T H Rowland where iff reception waa jiven in his honor at 6woclpck to the public A large number of friends called at the Rowland home and gave Mr Will pnaheartAr welcome He received jantil 7 oclock when Capt and Mrs Rowland were host and hostess to a beautiful dinner given in compliment io the citys visitor The guests to dinner were Mr Willson W E Bidwell Jno D Babbage Jno P Haswell Jr dims B Skillman W C Moorman Chas P Babbage R L Oelze Capt and Mrs Rowland Oelzes Fall was crowded with people by 730 and Mr Willson was intro duced by the Hon Jno P Haswell Jr of Hardinsburg His speech was strong and firm expressing clearly his idejis which were well received by his audienceImmediately after speaking a crowd thronged around Mr Willson to give him the glad hand and he made his departure about 11 oclock on the train bound for Owensboro Citizens Ticket For Councilmen a The following men were nominated last Thursday night at a public meeting the citizens iin Oelzes Hall for coun ilmen Citizens Ticket Sam Conrad Ed Whitehead S E Wilson Chas E Lightfoot H L tader D S Miller Jr The old council with the exception of Joe Fitch makes up another ticket H A Solbrig is named in Mr Fitchs place and is made up as follows- L T Reid S H McCracken C D Hook J T OConnell J A Barry H A Solbrig goats Suspend Navigation Between Here And Louisville The locks at Louisville were closed Monday night at 12 oclock for the pur pose of repairs There will be no boats between her and Louisville for some time as the packet company thought it best to leave all it boats in port at Louisville It is very probable that there will be a packet run between here and Evansville A Good Attendance The entertainment Friday night given by the ladles of the Presbyterian church was quite a success in every way The little boys and girls looked iifrautiful in their various costumesand kid their parts perfectly It was a sourse of great merriment to see the- old maids ground into sweet sixteen once again Music was furnished by home talent The entertainment was a success financially also Remains Brought to This City The remains of Mrs Bessie Meeker were brought here Thursday from New Albany and were interred at the Muffit grave yard near Hardins schoolhouse Mrs Meeker was 50 years old and had been married twice her first husband being a Holder i Mrs Meeker died of dropsey She is survived by one son three sisters and one brother Mrs Meeker was an aunt of Mr Lee Noel who resides near this city- Announcement Oscar McGavdck announces the engagement of his niece Maggie Forrest Long to Benton C Ireland of Skill man The marriage will be solemnized October 23 1907at 2 oclock in the afternoon at the home of the bride Announcement Mr and Mrs J Btj of Addison announce the marriage of their daugh Fr Weanor Young to Wfckliffo Miller lott ofLoufayilto The weddingI will be JWiMuu d ikNovember thehome n ef tMkWe COL JOHNSON TO SPEAK TOMORROWS Congressman From This District Will Address the Voters in Interest of Democracy Col Ben Johnson Congressman from the Fourth District will arrive here tomorrow and will makean address to the citizens ofCloverport in the interest of the Democratic State ticket Col Johnson has a host of friends in Breckenridge county and a great crowd Is expected to heat him The speak ing will take place at 8 p m in Oelzes HallCol Johnson will be entertained at 6 oclock dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs James Younger in this city The guests will include several of Col John sons personal friends A weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpatation or in termittent pulse always means stomach nerves or weak Heart nervesStreugtben these inside or controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by All Dealers Additional Local Miss Grace PlanK went to Louisville Monday Mrs John Warfield went to Louis ville Sunday Miss Lillian Polk who has been ill is much better Mrs R 0 Willis and daughter Ree were in Louisville last week The Girls Club will be entertained by Miss Grace Plank this afternoon Mrs H E Wright of Lyonia was the guest of Miss Jennie Patterson yesterdayVeils handsome scarfs can be gotten at the millinery parlors of Mrs James Cordrey Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad went to Mt Sterling Sunday to visit her aunt Mrs Geo Chick Mrs Helen Adams and Mr and Mrs H A Oelze returned home from Loitch field Monday night Miss Dee Basham went to Lodiburg to see her uncle Len Cashman who is very low with cancer Harvey Ditto who has been ill sev eral weeks at his home near Branden burg is much improved- Ed Morrison has returned home from Stephensport where he has been visiting friends for several days Mrs James Cordrey has in stock now midwinter hats of the most durable and beautiful shades and qualities Mrs Ike Whitehouse of Burks City who has been the guest of Miss Nell Whitehouse returned home yesterday LostA small pin in shape of a carrol had name Petoskey on it Finder rewarded by returning to News officeMr and Mrs Leonard Oolze and son Robert left Tuesday morning for Louis ville from there they will go to Lcitch fieldJames Williams of Waitman and Clarence Porter of Owensboro were the guests of Mrand Mrs Geo Mullen SundayDr LI Lightfoot and Chas E Lightfoot went to Louisville Sunday to see Mrs Dr Gabbert who is not ex pected to live Chas May Sr went to Lexington Monday to attend a meeting of the Commissioners of the Knights of Pythias Orphans Home Mrs L L Mitchell of Addison has been the guest of Mrs Thomas Lewis and attended the Confirmation at St Rose Catholic church Sunday Chas Fallen will lead the Epworth I League Sunday night in the Sunday School room of the Methodist church A special program is being arranged for occasionMr George Reeco of Pine ville are visiting Mr and Mrs Bentley in Haw isville They are expected here this week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs James Cordrey Ernest Popham and f sister Miss Dessie will arrive here gunday from Roll Moon Okla Mr Popham has a fine farm In Oklahoma and is doing a prosperous business Miss Dessie has bees his guest for a year I Why Should I- Support Haswell The Breckenridge Democrat says ed itorially to the Breckenridge News Use some of that space in telling us what valied reason you have for sup porting John P Haswell Jr as against Dr P W Foote Now while we do not wish to speak up and answer for the Breckenridge News as it can do that no doubt for itself we do wish to answer for our selves as it Is a question that should address itself to every voter in Breck enridge county and is both a pertinent and impertinent question First we are for John Haswell be cause we are always have been and always will be for fair honest and de cent elections Are you Dr Foote Are you Breck enridge Democrat Are you Mr Voter who expects to vote for Dr Foote If so on what are you relying if any thing and on what are you basing your hopes if you have any of Dr Footes elution Surely not on getting the most votes fairly and honestly when Breckenridge county is to start with from 250 to 300 Republican majority practically all of whom are for Willson and Haswell at this time and added to this are easily are 500 good Democratic citizens who will refuse to support the machine ticketWe are for Haswell became we are in favor of the repeal of the infamous tax warrant law that taxes the poorest taxpayers in the county in a single year approximately 4000 for the ben efit of two county officials for no other reason on earth that can possibly be discovered unless it be to reimburse them out of the taxpayers pockets for services rendered and campaign funds contributed to secure the election of certain representatives who otherwise would never have been able to vote for one Judge Paynter for the United Foote Sees a Great Light Do Hager for Governor Tyler for Mayor and Dr Foote fur Representa tive stand on the same pla formiHager says that he is his own plat form that he stands 01 his record and that of the Beckham administration and is in favor of the County Unit Lew and the Sunday closing laws Tyler is in favor of the repeal of all temperance laws and particularly the Sunday closing laws and whether they are repealed or not willopenly violate his oath of office and the laws that he swears to enforce Tyler Is Hagers candidate for Mayor as against Bingham who was in favor of putting the lid on A part of the record that Hager stands on is that infamous revenue law that taxes everything in sight provides for BEAUTIFULCONFIRMATION Services Held in St Rose Cath olic Church SundayThirty nine Confirmed Right Rev William George Mc Closkey D D Catholic Bishop of Louisville arrived in this city Sunday afternoon from Owensboroaccompanied by Father Whelan of St Alphonsus church Daviess county and on Mon day morning at 830 administered the Sacrament of St Roses church to a class of thirtynine He was assisted in the sanctuary by the Rev Jas L Whelan Rev A G Meyering of Browns Valley Rev R C Ruff of Axtel and Father Brey The high mass which immediately followed the administration of the Sacrament of Confirmation was sung by the Rev Stepheu Holleran of Irv ington Ky who also gave the bene diction after which the choir tang Holy God We Praise Thy Name The Right Rev Bishop gave the candidates for confirmation a fatherly in struction just before administering the sacrament and Father Holleran preached a beautiful sermon after the high mass both of which will be long remembered by the large congregation present k States Senate as against one J C S Blackburn notwithstanding the prom ise that they would be governed by the wishes of their Democratic constituents when in fact twothirds of their con stituents were for Blackburn We are for Haswell because we are in favor of the repeal of that obnoxious registration law that is a constant source of annoyance to all good citi zens who happen to live in town which was passed for no other purpose than that of making votes and registration certificates legal sender for all debts public and private and as a further means of making corruption and bri bery easy We are for Haswell because we are against that damnable proposed amend ment to the Constitution that is in tended to make tax receipts legal ten der for all votes public and private as it now does registration certificates We are for Haswell because we are against that part of the revenue law that taxes all kinds of legitimate business by charging them a license to do business notwithstanding those things taxed are as honorable as necessary and as respectable as any other busi ness not taxed We are for Haswell because we are against one of the most corrupt and un scrupulous machines that ever cursed any State and one that is no respector ot persons and steals from good Demo crats as well as Republicans- We are for Haswell because we have a perfect right to be because we are for what is right and against what is wrongWe are for Haswell because he is one of the most capable one of the cleanest and best equipped young men in the State for the position- I beg leave to subscribe myself Very respectfully yours A Citizen and Voter Dr Confirmationjat the penalty going on thirty days sooner I than before and especially for the issual of two dollar tax warrants against the tax payers in favor of certain county officials he therefore stands on this favored it at the time and still favors it Dr Foote on the same platform after the Republican state platform resolu Lions in conventions and Republican speakers all over the state had con demned it for 12 months and five months after his nomination suddenly sees a great light and comes out in a card favoring its repeal Doctor dont you think you and the local politicians who advised you to write that card are about thirty minutes late A VOTER October 11 1907 WAS KILLED IN ST LOUIS Henry Moorman Formerly of Brandenburg Shot by Revenue Officer Monday A report has been received here tht Henry Moorman of St Louis was killed in that city Monday afternoon by a revenue officer Mr Moorman was one of the directors of the Continental Creamery and it is said that the trouble between him and the officer originated over pure food labels Mr Moorman was twentyfour years of age and was the son of Mr and Mrs Chas Moorman of Brandenburg He was a young man wellit nown in Breckenridge and Meade counties and had a most promising future His death comes as a great shock to his friends here and relatives at Bran deburg Mr Moorman was well remembered here by the young people who had the pleasure of meeting him when he visited Miss Ella Smith of this city Why Colds Are Dangerous Samuel R Worley of Hixburg Va has been shoeing horses for more than fifty yeera He says Chamberlains Pain Balm has given me great relief from lame back and rheumatism It is the tout liniment I ever used For sale by Severs Drug Co BLAINEBARKLEY Stepliensport Young Man and Former Cloverport Young Lady Wed Miss Murray Barkley formerly of Cloverport and Mr Percey Blaine of Stephensport were married last Wed nesday evening October 9 at 630 at the home of the bride the ceremony being performed by Rev J T Lewis Miss Alice Stith was maid of and best Mr man Ed Morrison of this honorII Mrs Blaine is the only daughter of MrGeo Barkley and formerly lived here with her aunt Mrs Abe Skillman Those from here who attended the wedding were Miss Rose Agnew Mrs Nat Tucker Horace Tucker Ed Morrison Mrs Emmett Mattingly Mrs Marion Polk and Miss Cox of Tobins port and Mr Oscar Blaine Names of Officers Wanted In order to make the records com plete in the secretarys book of the County Union of the A S of E I re quest the names of the president vice president secretary and treasurer of each union in the county except the ones given below I also want the ad dress of the secretary and the number of members of each union that reports You will facilitate the work of the sea retary if you will furnish this informa tion at once The following unions ueed not report as I have the informa tion needed about them For the ben efit of any who may wish to know the name and address of the secretary is also given Garfield Union No 5055 Henry Dowell Garfield Mt Gilead Union No 2436 N L Mercer Eveleigh Little Union No J F Johnson Hardin Springs Madrid Union No 2601 Henry But ler Madrid Hardinsburg Union No 429 Frank Roach Hardinsburg Tarfork Union No T H Chancellor Tarfork Askin Union No 420 Willie Clark AskinOverton Union No 1632 H C Pate ShreveHardinsburg Union No2 Tom Miller Hardinsburg Fairview Union No 2775 Henry Hayes West View Bells Union No A K Stin nett HardinsburgJoel H Pile Secretary The Sale at Ekron Dave Henry handeled the sale at Ekron last Saturday in a way that was satisfactory to buyer and seller and everybody was well pleased Horses mules sheep and cattle all brought good prices There was a good crowd and the bidding spirited The only trouble was the drinking Itwas shameful and disgraceful and shows the evilof the open saloon Fishing Party Dr and Mrs Fred DeHaven of Louisville Mr and Mrs Orfilo De Haven and Miss Mayme DeHaven com posed a fishing party which left Satur day for Falls of Rough They took tents and provisions and will camp on the banks of Rough Creek Ira Behen Suffers Nervous Collapse While at work Friday night at the railroad shops Ira Behen was struck in the eye by a piece of steel The shock was so great that he fainted and was unconscious for quite a while Fortunately Mr Behen was not seriously injured Grand Lodge Delegates The following delegates are attending the grand Lodge at Louisville this week Chas Hamman and A L Oelze Wm D Owen Glendeane John T Smith Fordsville Jesse Whitworth Hardins burg Andrew Crawford Stephensport Overton Blanford Bewleyville Some Long Gourds Jerry Tilford conductor on the branch road beats all records in raising gourds He has two vines in his garden with 36 gourds a sample of which he had on exhibition at Irvington Monday the handle measuring 40 inches It is a beautiful gourd just the kind I was raised on says Reuben Miller of Owensboro 1C f dft1 For Indigcction Relieves sour stomach palpiUtio of the Mart Digests whatyoweaL BACK TO WINTERS IN CLOVERPORT S C Bates Writes An Interesting LetterDr Newsom LaHeists And Many Others Mentioned Marion OhioMr John D Bab bagecloverport KyDear SirItb- as been some time since I contributed anything to your esteemed paper but it finds its way to my desk every week and is like a letter from home The death of Ulrich Farber sets in motion a train of thought which I can not refrain from communicating- It sends me back to the winters of 69 and 70 when Cloverport had no build ing for its public schools but rented rooms in what was known as the Boyd Block where the Bank of Cloverport now stands Mrs Vineyard taught on the second floor where I was a pupil along with such boys as Nobe Warfield Charley Babbage the Seeley boys agd others whose names Ican not recall On the third floor Mr Vineyard held forth with such disciples as Virge Babbage Albert LaHeist Smith Dun can Conrad Simons and many others Do not those names call up recollec tions of the ball games we used to play down at the lower end of town when Charley Warfield would knock the big rubber ball so far it would take a long time to get it back There was no Base Ball with its complicated rules It was Town Ball that we played Vest Walters had a store on the corner below in a little frame building Billy Smart had a store near by You had a little store with the telegraph office in the rear and Dick Friendwas the operator Abe Skillman had a large general store a little further up LaHiest and Fisher were just starting their drug store where it now stands Mahlon Taylor had a little store on what has since been the Bowmer corner In the building where the school was kept the two lower rooms were occupied with stores Henry Baldauf had the one on the west side The store on the corner was kept by Bowmer Hamilton I used to carry my dinner from home There was no play ground provided and on bad days it was a favorite plan of mine to stay around Bowmers store especially in the back room where was the sign of Merchant Tailor and the little tailor was the man whom I have seen every time I have visited my home growing a little older it seemed to me a little smaller each year Once in awhile I would walk up past Mrs Cow dens home which disputed with Mr Pierces house on the other side of the creek the place of the finest houses in town and see Mrs Farber She had several cats and was quite a favorite of mine I like to think of those glorious days and yet it always saddens me to think of those who have gone There were uncle John LaHeist Dr Warfield Dr Holmes Colonel Murray Mr Pierce Judge Babbage and so many others whom I would see every day Only a handful of the other ones re main Uncle Willis Noell Aunt Bettie Heist Dr Newsom and just a few are left I know you will remember the time I speak of and sa will Virge Joe Heist Frank Warfied and Fred and Bob Pierce Some of these boys I have not seen for a long time I wonder if- we will all live so as to meet on the other side Perhaps this sounds like the vaporing of an old man But you talk to Bud Isome James Fisher or Dr Simons and see if they can not recall all the names I have mentioned and many more Sincerely Yours S C Bates Dr Milton Board Has Narrow Escape Dr Milton Board had a narrow escape from death Wednesday morning near Louisville The private car of Hon Wm J Bryan which was trying to make up for lost time was running at sixty miles an hour Dr Board was standing close to one of the large windows when the car gave a sudden lurch on a curve throwing him with great force against the window breaking it into athousand pieces Dr Board hungin the air for an instant and those who heard the crash and saw his position expected to see him hurled through the window There was nothing for him to catch to and the others wereunable to assist him The car gave another lurch throwing Dr Board in the opposite dir ection against the dining table which was all that prevented him from falling out side the car and being killed A f s I Liir i w 1aL if I I v i 1i f if 1 rl l L 1 i a II1IIIL w f v cTj I t In Dormitory 10 By TEMPLE BAIIRV Copyright JS07 by I O JCaatm nl o Betty Hclii Ott lug in that morning from Etigimh two round on Mu table In hr room In tin dormitory u cotonDiit eke n plitte or chicken smd wldbes ft ml n card Tin rnrd rend Compliment of Imdifiicn Couwny- PrtlfleilCO Will the colored mil III Oil the tblrrt Item or dormitory 10 of the summer Hohool To be chosen ui n petl by Prudence meant many privileges To iho girl she lilted she liroiiKlil unlimited towels whllp some Iless favored maiden might languish with two n week and now In providing Dotty Belle with materials ror n told night spread Prudence showed evi deuce of high regard Betty Hello was from tbe south hence her name There had ben two aunts beloved by her mother and the little girl had been called utter them always Betty IJolle wondered why the northern girls thought it funny Well we dont string ours together that way as a rule Drusllla Davis told her And I dont believe we place such value on names But you are a dear betty Belle only you are differentHow different Betty Belle ques tioned and Drusllla laughed Ob you lire BO old fashioned and pretty and serious Betty hello blushed You are pretty too Drusllla Drusllla shook her head Not in the fascinating way that you are Betty BelleThe scholars of the summer school ate at an adjoining boarding house and at the lunch table that day Betty Belle told about the chicken sand wiches and the cocoanut cake There were four men at tbe table besides the girls As Betty Belle de scribed the deliciousness the men groaned enviously And we dont come in for any of that asked Dick Chase who had flunked In his studies the winter be fore and was making up during the J THINK WK rnrrn UK HOOD PIUKNUH irYOU WOULD PULL Ul summer term lilt Cnthvr was worth n million mid It way hunt for Luck to uiiiloiMlaml why her needed to grind over hooks No Hetty Hille told hint no men arc allowed above the first floor of our duns dory Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattla hoes horses etc depend on their liven to keep them well BlackDraughtStock Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them weU BladeDraught Stock and Poul try Medicine is pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulaUng the stomach liver and bowels It prevents and cures Hog Chol era ChIcken Cholera Colic Dis COrutlptiOD Wasting Away and all the common stock diseases- It IIs a perfect medicine for goera farm tu Try It Price 25c for a Urge can at all druggists and dealers A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRHElys It quickly absorbed Cites Relict at Once It cleanses soothes protectsImembrane Catarrh and drives away nCold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 60 cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomT ers 75 cts Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Well we win serenade you tvmi you are eating It Dick said Please dout Betty begged Why not Dick asked in surprise His attentions had always beets sought rather than refused and he bad meant that Betty Belle should appreciate the highs honor be was conferring Its against the rules Betty Bello saidI shouldnt think you would mlud a little thing like that 1 dont said Betty Belle but you cant afford to lose any standing He flushed You neednt bit a fellow when bee down 1 dont care whether 1 get through next year or notWell I do said little Betty Belle You told me about your mother and I dont think you ought to disappoint herDicks eyes dropped before the clear ones of the little southern girl I shouldnt like to disappoint her he murmured Bqt that olgbt ns six girls to all tbe comrort of dainty kimonos and dress log sacks ate cocoacut cake and chick en sandwiches with ginger ale accom paniment there floated up througb the air the strains of Dixie There said Drusllla Davis that Is In your honor Betty Bella Dotty pink and white and charming In her rosy kimono tapped a small ImpatientlyWell 1 be wouldnt she said Margaret Mills looked at her with raised eyebrows Wby Betty Belle Fairfax she exclaimed be Is worth a million Any girl would be glad to have him pay her attention I dont care It be Is worth ten mil lions Betty Belle returned quickly he Isnt n gentleman The girls looked at her startled Why Betty Belle one gasped what makes you say such a thing He isnt affirmed Betty Belle with Tier head held high The gentlemen nt my home have consideration for the wishes of ladies nnd I told him not to sing And he has an Invalid mother who Is just praying for Ills success nnd he Is wasting his time It isnt right It Isnt right And Betty Belle clapped both hands over her ears to shut out the strains of Dixie Some ouw will tell Dick Chase wjjat you Bald about him Drusllla told the Hindll iniililen sifter tho other girls hud I gone to their rooms I dont cure said Betty Belle hotly but when Drusllln wont away sill got down itt tho window and looked out for II long time upon the moon lighted niiinuH Then she ruse Iud took the one piece of cKomnit iHko thud was left loci vrnjiieil IIup In a dainty parcel nnd tied It with ribbon and In the morning she sent II by Prudence to Dick Chose with II little note 9 said things about you last nlgbl Wits the loiilosulon he read in her clear cut writing I stild you were not iI gentleman Some one may tell you mid I shouldnt like to have you liens II that way Hut 1 didnt think you ww courteous to disregard my wishes iiiul I worried nbout your motier I know you wont forgive me but I had to exjilnln f- At noon on the campus Dick CIUIM Carne up to Hetty Belle It was rltebtwhat you said In told her OhfrtuJvc lM en a teartull mil and I niHHlwlI 1 st good jolt letty ISelle satI down on a seat umlei the rln14 You erasi J have lots nf Ibrothers she toufldid itnd I knw how inotherH feel about their boys and then I couldnt hour to see yon going to the bud There was a little tremble in her voice and Disk looked up quickly Do you rare he asked eagerly Yes Betty Belle told him without coquetry I think we could be good friends It you would pull up 0 Dick flung himself down on the bench beside her I would have to be more than friends Betty Belle be said Ihne grown to think n lot of you you are so different Thats what Drusllla says Betty Belle remarker and I dont just see what you all mean Well you are so good nnd true lit tie Betty Belle You make a fellow feel that life Is worth while That night in dormitory 10 Betty Belle made a confession- I nm sorry that I said such things about Dick Chase Tliey were sitting in the dark nnd tho other girls could not see her blushos I was in a lit of a temper you know Southern blood commented Mar garet Mills Maybe said Betty Belle Across the campus they could see the lights in the mens dormitory In one room a crowd of boys had gathered around a piano and their voices floated out in a rollicking college song In another room a lainp with n green shade made a halo around a moans Lent head Why I believe Dick Chase is studying said Drusilla Davis What is going to happen IIHe is going to turn over a new leaf said Betty Belle demurely Something In her voice made the girls ask in a chorus How do you knowBecause I am engaged to him saM Betty Belle X ieWIiasoAs is well known I have been trying to find a 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 investmenttIn order to do this and to do it quickly and at the same time five my many friends and patrons a farewell bargain event I have gone through the stock not missing anything and have x 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 Mens knee high kangaroo 65priceMens heavy brogan shoes former price 135160 now Ladies Heavy everyday 20price IIThread I PerSpool ISpoolI I Is to to 15 to so is is so I of The The is one of the of on The it is more than any in the for not Manchester but Haverhilllie upon its Tho of ucts up into the of Weak to weak theStomachItself but in tho nerves that and IsaaloneIsaswellurine10000lds wtUdo Ladies Dress Goods 25c quality19c cloth 92cityOuting cloth former Qnow Mens Heavy Undershirts 44c50cMens 42cnow too up you save 30 per cent We you out this the buy the you can by and over meet you my Busy Morrlmao River Merrlnmc valley busiest hives Industry earth Merrlmac river claimed turns wheels stream world only towns banks value their united prod mounts hundreds millions Exchange Kidneys surely point kidney control guide ALL Ladies dress goods Ladies Muo and heavy to are At Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ointment It cured me Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala A Peach of st War Story Humor is not associated with the bloody days of Ientucky in Revolu tlonary times But a bit of fun of the grewsotue kind is recited by Lynn Tew Sprague In the Outing Magazine In an article entitled General Isaac Shelby First Governor of Kentucky The in cideut follows A patriot soldier of the hood hawed Cuibertson who subse quently betame a captnlp Vas at the time acting as a scout to Shelbys com ran ml and while gathering informa before the action be came sudden ly upon a British dragoon far from sup port who was eating a peach Both were startled by the meeting and the Britisher swallowed the fruit stone sad nil and reached for his gun A shooting match ensued The dragoon in the duel nnd was hastil burled by the scout In a shallow bole Visiting tbe grave next year Culbert ton found a peach tree growing from It nnd be boasted of living to enjoy fruit rooted In British soil and fertilized by his The story we may add Iis very own but who shall say that the patriot army lacked imagina tlon 1i z All Calicoes Now 6c 49city 69trC 09qua1itr Better quality blankets at greatly reduced prices as tlon at Mortons We have put in ate Corn and Feed Mill Are to and meal and feed on notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor All the latest for suits and in fabrics Made by Fit guar prices Ex port tailors H Casper May Co Catmeltou lsd Ladies UndergmentsLadies 450 now ZOl Ladies vests Oyx 35c now 4rt Ladies ribbed vests now39cl I Long Cloaks new style now 9 valueQl 675 Ladies Long Cloaks new 95valueLong Cloaks new oovalue Boys Mens and Overcoats numerous mention IIIt from think long paying good money certainly to present stock complete every uptodate articles numerous bargains many that only profit yourself IIthing looking everything Hoping to at place business IIlamYour5verYreBig Spring Kentucky manufacturing KidneysWe- ak 17J11Piof ShoopsRestorativ DEALERS undershirts neighbor perished Blankets Suits Suits permanently adversary Culhertsons constructive Meal and Feed Mill just improved prepared grind furnish short clothes patterns trousers high- grade Clothes modern methods anteed Moderate employed- J HUNSCHE quality heavy quality heavy Cloaks Ladies Ladies 75c place LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GO lJNOORPOlUTZDIJP- ast Mail and Passenger List between Louisville and Bvaai vUle- steamers i J Glenmore JTarascon Tell City 3 Leave Louisville dally except Sun dayat4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10a m Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fri day and Saturday at 6 p m Through freight rates and pufeBMt tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship f dents delivered quicker than by rail y- PASSEN6ER FARE REDUCE J Cloverport to Louisville 1200 Clovorport to Evansville s0d CloverpottJo Owensboro lQf Splendid accommodations for atockJ G cner10Kcc 15415ei5 4ti it 1 T ytrC V WILLIAMS LFadtAi- ELN WILSIN S8C I ar- a f 1 Tc i1 c 1 B h4mwjt III L I i6 IIITITTT T t9 If II I iii ii 1 0- i WonienWkODoA Training the Raw DomesticA Divorce Asked For by an Indian Couple r Miss Mary Guluan of Middlctowi UIiIIIdofpr what sho modestly puts down as i n mall service to a helpless old mini Modesty is characteristic of court and the small service does not look KC intlgnlflcnhl to others She saved tli old mans life It happened this wir J Apes MANY QCINAN Miss Gulnun was returning home from the factory where she has worked for eighteen years She supports an age mother and a little niece and nephew When on that eventful evening she saw old Mr Itunyon waiting between the railroad tracks as a westbound train flew past him and an eastbound one rushed up from the other direc ion her habit of meeting eincrgeiicleo coolly and quickly stood her in good stead She saw that a space of about three feet would remain between tin twq trains and knowing that she could not drag the feeble old man elsewhere she darted to his side and held hint there firmly as tho two trains whirled past Very few persons would hun had the alertness to see and take ad vantage of the only chance and tha a perilous one of saving Mr Itunyon rUte It Is also well to add that hi spite of Miss Gulnans modest prates very few would have hud the courag She deserved her medal and Preslden r Roosevelt docs himself credit in awarding It to her in so graceful a manner r Schools For Housekeeping 1 Schools for the training of dom t help will soon cease to be u novelty Attention is culled to this fact by th announcement that the lute Frank b Cotton u wealthy citizen of Brook line Muss who doubtless In his lift suffered much frointhe shortcoming of raw domestic help has left u fov tune to found a finishing school fo houseworkers There are Tit presen u number of Institutions of this kino the most widely known philanthropy being the Womens Domestic guild 01 New York which was founded large through the Instrumentality of Mrs Russell Sage One of the first ven tures of the sort was the unpretentious domestic training school in Evaiiston Ill started several years ago on the suggestion of nu eastern literary wo man Mrs John Parry Johnston who found the servant question even more difficult in that pretty and intellectual suburb of Chicago than it had been In Now York where the market Is al ways oversupplied and fair help may always be had bf tho woman who can pay good prices This school was A success from the start both serv ants and mistresses finding It helpful and the idea was copied or modified for use in other places r BACKACHE AND- DESPONDENCY Are both symptoms of organic de rangement and natures warning to women of a trouble which will sooner or later declare itself How often do we hear would It seems as though my back break Yet they continue to drag along and suffer with aches in the small of the back pain low down in the side dragging sensations nerv ousness and no ambition They do not realize that the back ft I IAn Up to Date Indian Couple II With the whlte mans burden the Indian is taking up a great many of the white mans customs that are like ly to be far from good for him One of the latest of theso Is the divorce The courts of theTHstrlct of Columbia were recently petitioned to adjust the matrlmoalal difficulties of Mr and Mrs Francis La Flcsche both of whom are Indians Uo Is a highly educated member of the Omaha tribe belongs to the Anthropological society Is n graduate of the National Unl versly Law school a fellow of the American Association For the Advancement of Science and a government employeb In Washington Two years ago the La FIcschcs were mar ried and now the wife who Is a hand some well educated woman of the Chlppeway tribe Is suing for divorce on account of alleged desertion and nonsupport I IThe Last of a Social Queen I It Is sad to think of the life of New Yorks great society leader Mrs Astor now ebbing in visions of social tri umphs Propped up among her pillows she I8 suld to rehearse her past parties of plan future entertainments over which she can never preside Mrs Astor was a beautiful and accomplished woman and her splendid entertainments were characterized by a dignity that Is lacking In too many of tho affairs of smart society nowadays MARCIA 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 Kuown by Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Pain simply means congestionundueb- lood pressure at the point where pain exists Dr Slioops Headache Tablets quickly equalize the unnatural blood pressure and pain immediately dep rtp Write Dr Hhoop Racine 1Vimiand get a free trial package Large box 25 els Druggists A Difficult Art There was a good story told of Dr Joachim when he was In Hanover During the winter there was a great deal of skating going on of which he had a good view from his window It looked so easy and every one seemed- so happy that he thought ho would have a try Accordingly ho strolled down and was soon pounced upon by the ice cleaner who asked him If he wished to skate I have never tried yet Joachim replied I will show you Herr Hofconcertmelster the man said screwing on a pair of skates So Now stand up Now slide tho right foot so and the other so and then off I Joachim slid his right foot and prepared for tho left but before he had righted himself he was indeed off and sprawling on the Ice Ja ja jal the man exclaimed as he raised the famous violinist It Is not quitead easy as playing the fiddle I For Chronic Diarrhoea While in the army of 1803 I was token with chronic diarrhoea says George M Felton of South Gibson Pa ocr 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 itat once For sale by Severs Drug Co- Audubons Honeymoon Audubon married Lucy Bakewell daughter of an Englishman The fa ther of tho girl regarded the naturalist as unpractical and Induced him to en ter a commercial house In New York but John James soon proved that he had no aptitude for trade He busied himself with collecting specimens and let business take care of itself Ills neighbors made a legal complaint against him on account of the dls agrceble odor from the drying skins In his room He and his bride spent their honeymoon on a common flatboat float ing down the Ohio to Louisville Pos sibly this was one of the original houseboats A small tent like an Indians tepee was the bridal chamber GEismu a diseased condition ofthe feminine organs or kidneys and that aches and pains will continue until the cause Is removed Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the most successful remedy in such cases No other medicine has such a record of cures of feminine ills LcnaNngel of 117 Morgan St Buffalo N Y writes T- Mls was completelyworn out and on the verge of nervous prostration My back ached all the time I had dreadful periods of pain was subject to fits of crying and extreme nervousness and was always weak and tired Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound completely cured me i Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints such as Backache Falling and Displacements and all Organic Diseases Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage It strengthens and tones the Stomach Cures Headache and Indigestion and Invigorate the whole feminine system Mrs Pinkham Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakaeM are incited to I l write lira Plnkham Lynn Mass Her advice is free t WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Plans for the FanAmerican palace to be erected In Van Ness park at the foot of Seventeenth street have lJecnI approved by Secretary Root as presi dent ex officio of the governing board and John Barrett as director of the bureau of American republics Tho building will be located neat tho center of Van Ness park and will face tho east toward the executive grounds It will have a frontage on Seventeenth street of ICQ feet and a depth of about 170 feet on B street The style of ar chitecture Is a combination of the LatinAmerican with the classical the LatinAmerican style being Intended I to represent the Interests of the Latin American republics In the building The PanAmerican Palace The design will harmonize with the general scheme of Improvement of the parks of the national capita The building will be approached by a wldoII driveway Three large arched doors with Spanish grill gates will open In to a handsome high studded corridor which opens Into a large patio of the LatinAmerican type which In turn opens Into the main reading room of the library In the rear of the building The patio Is covered with a sliding glass roof which may be closed In winter and kept open In summer per milling the growth of tropical flowers and plants at all seasons Staircases and Assembly Hall Two grand staircases one on each sTde of the patio lead to a Spanish foyer which opens at the rear to n grand assembly hall a hundred feet long by seventy feet wide This hall Is dignified and elegant in style of treatment and Is designed for the special use of Important international conferences On the north side of the assembly room Is a large office for the governing board of the bureau and on the other side are several com mittee rooms On the left or south side of tho patio arc the offices of the director of the bureau and his Imme diate staff and the office of the secretary and his Immediate staff Fine Landscape Effects The building will be surrounded by flue landscape effects with a rear stairway leading Into handsome gardens suitable for public functions In fair weather The building will probably be built of concrete with an abundant use of Spanish tiling and decoration The roof will be of Spanish tiling The outside foundations will be finished In marble and the upper portions of thd building will have a stucco finish simi j lar to that In general use In Latin I countries It Is hoped to begin work on the foundations In August and to complete the entire building In a year and a half The building proper will cost rjX000 and the furnishings and decorations will cost 150000 making a total cost of 750000 all of which expenso will be borne by Mr Andrew Carnegie The site of the building cost 200000 which was paid by the bu reau Historic Banner on View The historic banner which Inspired Francis Scott Key to compose The Star Strangled Banner and whichI floated over Fort McIIenry In Chesa peake bay during Its bombardment by the British on the night of Sept 13 1814 has beers placed on exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution In tblsI city The flag Is the property of EbenI Appleton of New York who has lentI It to the government It Is about 28 by 30 feet and will be draped on the wall in the Hall of History of the Instltu tion Uncle Sams Prisons Attorney General Bonaparte has di rected that hereafter monthly reports shall be made showing the progress of building operations on the new United States penitentiaries at Leavenworth Kan and Atlanta Ga after the plan used by the navy department In reporting progress rn battleships Heretofore the department has been able to keep In touch with the work only by frequent trips by some of the officials of the department Visitor From the Orient Judge A C Carson of Manila mem ber of the supreme court of the Philippine Islands who recently arrived In Washington Is here on a three months vacation lIe Is one of seven members of the Philippine supreme court The Judge came to this country by way of the Siberian railway crossing the At lantic to New York It took just ten days to go from Vladivostok by rail to Moscow said Judge Carson The trip was exceed ingly pleasant and the sleeping car ac commodations were as good If not better than those on the Pullman cars of the United States Plan Stately Church That there may be n great national Methodist Episcopal Church South in Washington the Mount Vernon Place M E church has purchased a fitting tlto in the triangle that lies between Massachusetts avenue K and Ninth streets just west of the square occupied by the Public library It Is proposed that tho new building shall be one otthe handsomest nil most attractive church edifices in the city and that it shall be up to date both In architectural design and equipment Free Alcohol The new denatured alcohol law goes Into effect on Sept 1 this year This Is tho legislation that authorizes time establishment of central denaturing bonded warehouses other than those at distilleries The internal revenue bu reau is now preparing rules and regu lations under tho new law and it Is the hope and expectation of the goy ernment that the manufacture of denatured alcohol may take a spurt when ho new legislation becomes effective Up to thlsrtlme the results under the tenaturcd alcohol law have been dls ippolntlng CARL SCHOFIELD Comln Through the Rye It is said that Robert Burns famous song Com In Through the Rye dk not have reference to a rye field but to a small river Rye In Ayrshire which could be forded In wading through however the lassies had to hold UII their petticoats and it was a favorite pastime of Robbie Burns and min chlevous companions to lie in wall for tho lassies coming through tut Rye When they got to midstream tin laddies would wade out and snatch o kiss from the lassies who were unable to resist without dropping their skirts in the water Westminster Gazette Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggist everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its Restorative action upon the controlling nerves of the Stomach etc Sold by all Dealers Could tlongau itimseit John Brink prided himself on having the largest general store In the county If man wishes It und It Is made I have It was the sign over his store and the motto which cupped all his advertisements In the newspapers William said Mr Brink ono thorn ing as he was giving Instructions ton green clerk no one must ever leave this store without making a purchase If a person doesnt know what he wants suggest something And remember we have everything from car pet tacks to mausoleums Williams first customer was a lei surely appearing chap who gazed about curiously but had no definite object In view Just looking around he explainedWouldnt you like to take a look at our new line of postal cards sug gested the eager clerk No not this time answered the stranger Im Just a little short this morning Ah urged the new clerk who was not familiar with the wonderful ex panslvotiiSH of the language then perhaps youd like to look at our line of new and handsome stretchers Harpers Weekly 01 If you take Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt re lief trout backache weak kidneys in flammation of the bladder and urinary troubles A werks treatment 25 cents Sold by All Druggists Boy Babies In Athens Among the poorer classes of Athens necessity has mothered the pretty In vention of covering a new born boy with a dress made from an old shirt belonging to his father while under the babys tiny pillow were smuggled a black handled knife a gold coin and a copy of the gospelsign and symbol of the courage wealth and piety that the hopes of fond hearts treasured for the little son and heir Out of Sight Out 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 Real Pith The talk around the table shifted to fish and fishing with the usual con sequences Well gentlemen said tho man who was fortunate enough to tell the best story the best days sport I ever had was off time coast of southern Califor nia There were three of us In the boat each of us had three lines out and we simply couldnt pull them in enoughWhat of fish wero biting asked an indulgent listener- I dont know what tho natives call them said the fisherman but they were big enough to bo Ichtbyosau rusesMaybe they were whales Frank suggested an Ironical member Whales exclaimed Frank with a look of disdain Whales Indeed Why man we were baiting with whalesLIfeTrial treatments are being mailed out free on request by Df Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as DrShoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dtalers A Prayer For RaIn The minister was having Sunday din ner with one of his parishioners Sud denly the elghtyear old daughter of the house spoke up Oh Dr Still will you please say the prayer for rain tonight so It will pour tomorrow sho urged Why dear asked the clergyman 11 Cause I have a dandy new umbrel la and mackintosh replied the eternal womnnlyJudgeKILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings Now Discovery FOR Coo r- oucws OLDS TrW semi Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUILES GUt1tANTEED flATI AOTOM OX MONEY MJTUNDXD A Mistaken Diagnosis A Cincinnati doctor who thinks that all the ills of the human race can be traced to the drinking of coffee and tea entered n restaurant recently and seated himself opposite an Irishman who was busying himself trying to dispose of a steaming cup of coffee How often do you use coffee queried the doctor- I drink it morning noon and night sir Dont you experience a slight dizzi ness of the brain on retiring at night Indeed I do sir very frequently You have a sharp pain through the temples nnd In and around the eyes Right you arc replied the Irish manYou are possessed with a drowsi ness whon you awake In the morning and your head often fiches and feels very heavy tight again answered the Irish man still sipping his coffee Well then exclaimed the doctor sitting erect In his chair arent you now convinced that the coffee Is the causeIs that so said the Irishman In astonishment Faith I always thought It was the whisky I What to Eat Dont get out of patience with the baby when it is peevish and restless and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about itjust give it a little Cascasweet Cascasweet is a cor rectlvefor the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmful drugs Sold by All Druggists Lucky fFor Her Little Gertie was on a visit to her three maiden aunts the sisters of her mother Each of them held distinct and original views as to how children should be brought up Aunt Marin thought little girls should be seen and not heard Aunt Eliza thought they should be neither heard nor seen and Aunt Jane was certain that little girls should not be at all These views they expressed freely to Gertie as they sat one evening In the drawing room with their niece The conversa thou being one sided however began to flag and Gertie sat meditatively gazing Into space Of what are you thinking Aunt Maria asked her sharply- I was Just thinking what a lucky thing it was that father married the sister he did said the little girl Why was It that Gertie was sent home next morning London TitBits of has men SIX all eat No Do to be If so to at to to in 3 4 for i IN IT It warms the coldest and room in house making it cozy The busy can cook or bake an from light rolls to a I Still it looks as any heater made It is a great fuel are be ing sold of are Fine Cast Iron making it last for years Made only CO 2745 VA 30THOUSAND TELEGRAPHERS WANTEDAccount DRAUGHONS PRACTICALBUSINESS new law ID iEvansville and St Louis Drnughons students by special arrangement use railroad wires DrauRhons Co homo ofllco Nashville Tenn AoCollogosin lystatos 30000oo capital 8000 students annually 1 8 years success IIUSINNss say Drnughons Is studyiugnookkeepingmUHTKD methods equals elsewhere loomingUYlIAlLSfMlrM 01 money back Catalogue P R B C Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also and Bed Bugs IT UP FOR RATS AND MICE Destroys them under conditions They it in to any food Stench- It Dries them up leaving only the pelts FOR AND BED BUGS They eat it and it kills them Results are in using It is a paste not a powder- Is easy to apply- Is the cheapest as so little is required D Babbage CLOVERPORT KY Farmers to the Front you humbugged all your life by the continue use Commercial Fertilizers 25 30 per ton that has 150 200 pounds of food them that is worth from to Be Wise Be Economical Save Time Labor And Money- By making at your own home a BETTER Fertilizer onefourth the cost than any Commercial Fertilizer on the by JARBOES PROCESS For RHome LIZERS AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY PRECINCT TillS I f Cosbvy Patent AirTight Baker and Heater DOES DOUBLE DUTY largest the housewife tl1ingI Christmas turkey neat airtight and saver Thousands Thousands housekeepers enthusiastic tops and bottoms without repairs by UNION STOVE Inc Box RICHMOND increased riorPaduccli TeloKrailiy POSITIONS Roaches DRIES THEM preference ROACHES permanent- No danger Jno expect Trusts about plant market using COUNTY IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made I e Q 00- pa f I 7 ii 1 tJ + ro mu m BKECKENR1DGE NEWS JNO D rAt RAOtt SONS Publtihlne Oo Sabecrlption Price 100 a year or 115 If paid at the end of year OARDB OPTHANKS over livelinescharg Nat the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rote of 5 Iota per line Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday Examine the label on your paper If It- sot Is Correct please notify as When ordering a change In the addreS inbtcrlbero should give their old as well as Sb new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 In saying John Haswell was a clea man does not infer that Dr Foote iis unclean But we ore afraid he will be come tainted if he runs with Milt Boar and his gang long enough Public denouncement of n citizen be he rich or poor no matter how unworthy is a species of barbarism It is viciou and vile and smacks of a lowdown mean citizen Boss Milt and his gang see the handwriting on the wall They feel and know their doom Any man who dare to antagonize them and their political methods is a scoundrel and unworthy citizen Are the good citizens of this county going to vote with this gang Col Ben Johnson is a welcome visitor to this town He speaks here Thursdoy night for Democracy He is a lair minded man honest intelligent and ia man of ideas and brains Above all ht Is respectful of his fellow man am thats why we honor him Milt Board cant force his political methods on to the voters of this county any longer They Are catching on They wont have it They are odious They are revolutionary They sap the very life out of a free citizenship They ap peal to ignorance prejudice and theI lowest element of manhood I We never heard a Republican in this county say that all he had to do was to put money and whisky enough in this countyand he could carry it for his party Milt Board has said that time and again ard prides himself on being able to do it He says this cuunty is nominally 200 to 350 Republican but he can carry it any time he wants to with money and whisky Now let him denounce some more Mr Willson preaches the gospel ol good cheer and elevated ideas of g od citizenship good government and the square deal for every American citizen He is a Republican good and true but a Kentuckian to the manner born Any man that speaks like Mr Willson is a true man His utterances come from the heart and they strike the hearts of all true citizens He doesnt appeal to the passions and prejudices of the ig norant but to the highest order of man hood His home life his business life his political life bear out what he preaches on the stump He tells the truth about men and things and does it In a nice clean smooth way His sen tences are short sharp severe yet sim pie He is reverent and gentle in hand ling his adversaries He knows them and their ways like a book He doesnt hesitate to tell what he knows It strikes the average man and puts him to thinking and makes him a better citizen with higher ideals of his government and his duty to his neighbor and his friend Mr Willson heres our hand our heart and our vote There was a great crowd at Hardins burg Monday it being the first day of circuit court Republicans Democrats and politicians vied with each other and the center of attraction was the speaking at the court house at 1 oclock Dr Milton Board lead off in a denunciation of the News and its editor in language that was unbecoming any gentleman be fore any public assembly He read an article published in last weeks issue which referred to the boss of the ma chinethe Democratic political machine in this county and if the doctor assumes that role we have nothing to take back The News assumes the right to criticize the acts of public men no matter what party they belong to The doctor does not pretend to deny that he is not a member of the Democratic machine and a staunch active member He is at this moment devoting all of his time to managing the state campaign for the Democrats His occasional visits to this county are forno other purpose than to direct the movements of his subordi nates But the people of this county and of this State will rebuke the un scrupulous methcds used by the Demo crats to carry elections when they go to the polls in November So far as the News and its editor are concerned the statements of Dr Board made publicly or privately does not affect it in the least It will still continue to be pub lished at the same old stand Joe Green Andrrson is the nominee of the independent element of the Democratic and Republican parties in Mead county for the Legislature If we were a voter in Meade county we would vote for Joe Green A model upright honest citizen worthy of any mans or partys support He stands for the best citizenship the highest morals and all that is good and true in any man Dont matter if he is running under the 102 cabin hell be round good and true tto the best interests of his constituents Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con stltutlonal remedies Deafness is caused ban Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or 1m perfect hearing and when it is entirely closet Deafness is the result and unless the Inflaim tlon can be taken out and the tube restore to Its normal condition hearing will be de- troyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an i Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for anI case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure send for circulars free Sold by Druggists Th- eHARKED Dr Godbey preached at the schoolhouse Friday night Taylor Payne who has been in the United States army for several years is Here visiting hisI parents Mr and Mrs Willis Payne Miss Lillie Brock and brother Clevy of Garfield visited their sister Mrs Minnie McCoy lastI week Rev Brear went to Grayson county Saturday Mr Andrew Driskell and famjj ily and Miss Ethel Meador of Hardinsburg and Mr and Mrs D So May and Misses Hallie and Nellie Beatty visited Mr and Mrs Chas Bruington Sunday The boys played quite an inter esting game of ball here Sunday afternoon D S May went to Kingswood SaturdayILittle Evelyn Bruington met with quite a painful accident one day last week by stepping on a sharp stick Her foot became swollen and had to be lanced Mrs Hattie Kirby and little daughter Pauline returned to their home in Texas after an ex tended visit to friends and rela tives here Mr T J Hay is building a new residence at this place Ebbert Duggins who has been in Grayson county for some time returned home Thursday Miss Ella Whitworth visited her sister Mrs Guy Payne Thursday Morris Payne left Thursday for TexasJ J Brear was in Hardins burg Thursday on business Robert Sharp and little son Wilbur of Hudsonville spent Yednesday the guest of Rev Brear Willis Payne is slowly improv ngWillie Bruington of Freedom visitedrelatives here Sunda- yMcQUADY Born to the wife of Hob Franks Dctober4 a girl Rev Dan Shacklett filled his regular appointment here last Saturday and SundayMrs Dr Sandbach and Miss Myldred Potts were in Hdrdinsburg shopping last week Joe West photographer of Kirk was here lastweek making pictures of the school The ball game played here last Sunday between the Glendeane and Mc Juady boys resulted in victory for the ilendcane boys Mr and Mrs Tom Bates of Tar ork were the guests of Mrs J D Potts one night last week Rev Jennings of Owensboro will do the preaching at the revival meeting that is to be heldhere next month Rev ennings is highly recommended as a- very able preacher Malcolm OBryan who holds a position as dry goods clerk at Kosmosdale isited friends here this week Forest Lyons is in Louisville this 1 week on business Speaker at Stephensport George W Jolly of Owensboro will peak at Stephensport Ky on Satur- dayl Oct 26 at 1 oclock p m STEPHENSPORT The series of meetings that have been going on at the Baptist churchI for two weeks closed Sunday night with thirtytwo additions There surely has been a great work done here On Wednesday evening at slxthir at the home of her father Miss Murray Barkley and Mr Percy Blaine were quietly married Rev J T Lewis performed Pike Conn the ceremonyI business Ed mother Mrs John Wright have charge of the hotel Moorman Ditto of Hardinsburg the guest of his aunt Mrs R S SkillI man last week Mrs Ida Johnson and children who has been visiting her parents for sometime left Saturday for her home iiIn Memphis Tenn Mrs L B Helm is very much improved after several days illness Miss Adele Smith is rot so well again at this writing Mrs Sallie Bennett is able to be out againMrs G WPayne has a beautiful tin of hats Girls now is the time to get something to make you look pretty On Thursday October 3 the death angel entered the home of Mr and Mrs Hannen Mode and took the spirit of their little son Russel Lee and waifs ed it back to the one who has said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such isi the Kingdom of Heaven R H Conn of West Point spent ta day recently with his brother Pike ConnMiss Carrie Walls of Hardlnsburg was the guest of Mrs E T Connor MondayAndrew Crawford Jr left Sunday for Hardinsburg to take charge of the telegraph office Mrs Sallie Bennett has moved into her cottage and has made quite an improvement to it in the way of repair ingBarney Frymire has moved in the property vacated by Mrs Bennett W ire glad to welcome all good people like them in our town Mrs Parker has deeded the green ottage on the corner of Main street tc the M E conference to be used for the home of the old superannuated ministers We understand that Bro Cundif is to occupy the house He was on this work some few years ago Hubert Gilbert who has been in the P I for the past two years has returned to the States and is now stationed at Ft Meson San Francisco Cal Krom another correspondent Pierce Hardaway leaves tomprnn for Greenburg Ind t Mrs Elma Morton of Louisville Is the guest of her brother Z T Stith Bro D S Campbell and famil while enroute to their new home spent Saturday and Sunday the guests at Dr Jf M Walkers Ed Jordan and wife nee Miss One Adkisson left Monday for San Fran isco California- C H Drury is still confined to his room We regret to learn of the illness ol Miss Marian Harrison Her many Mends hope for a speedy recovery Miss Florence Cain remains a visitor among friends and relatives Miss Minnie Stith Washington D C who is spending her vacation with her parents leaves the twentyfirst to esume her duties We were very much pleased to have Bro D S Campbell with us Sunday and he delivered to us a very Interesting sermon Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition hould learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect text March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay rom 60 to 180 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months ime For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio LODIBURG Mr J T Bryant and daughter Jeuella of Brandenburg wore guests at C 0 Grants Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Shellman of Holt visited their uncle August Dutschke Sunday Quite a number from hero attended church at Clifton Mills SundayRev I C Argabright filled his ppointment at Poplar Grove Su day Miss Zola Brown iis at Irving- ton visiting relatives Born on October 3jjto the wife ojJune Basham a boy J OLENDEANE Mist Emma Gray is ill with fevers Mrs Jennie P Moorman of New York is visiting Miss Bottle Webb Miss Beulah DeHaven of Mill Wood is spending the day with Daisy Dean J W Burnett has returned Crom Indiana where he has been visiting his brother D B Clark has been visiting bls father A P Clark at Lewisport W D Owen spent last week in Gray son with his friends Miss Eva Owen is spending a lew days with friends Jin Louisville this weekRev Rogers has returned home alter spending several weeks with his fathe in Missouri Frank Peyton of Falls of Rough was here on business one day this week D C Moorman and J M Howar are grading a track for a switch to run from the main line up to the Warehouse so they can handle their hogs head tobacco without so much trouble Wash Robbins is fixing the bad mud hole on this side of Rock Lick Bridge The Commissioner ought to have sev eral of them fixed If he would go from Glendeane to Falls of Rough he would sure have some work done on that road Robertson Bros sold a nice lot oC young mules to Green Bros Falls ot Rough this week A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made iu that apparently useless littl ube called the appendix Its gener lily the result of protracted constipa iou following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver pre vent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25c by Sever Drug Co BLACK JACK NOTES The stork visited the home of Mr+ nil Mrs Frank Perdy on the 5th and eft them a little son Mrs Eliza Driskell returned to her home near Hardinsburg after a few lays visit with Mr R Lamb andfIrswith Mr aid Mrs J W Downs Hazel Medley is on the sick list Several from here are going to the took sale at Ekron Misses Issa Susie and Lizzie New ton and brother Irvie of Guston pent Sunday with the Misses Ritchie Misses Myrtle Eula and Tula Prath er and Fanny Dowell and Messrs Frank Downs Edd Brown Gus Newton and prank Wheelon of Flaherty spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jim Sipseoll Buck Grove Mrs Lon Ritchie is able to be out gainMiss Lou Shacklett returned from ouisville Sunday after a months stay with her brother W H Shacklett Mr France Ritchie and soninlaw Lum Hambilton attended church at St Martin Sunday The singing school taught by Prof licks at Hill Grove is progressing nicely Everett Bradley and familyof Garrett Isited his mother last Sunday Miss Lena Dowell spent several days with relatives recently Mrs J H Prather of Louisville pent several days with friends and relatives last week Mr Prather came own and remained over Sunday and were entertained by Mrs Rosa Sipse and Mr and Mrs W D Prather Mr and Mrs J H Prather returned to Louisville Monday At the News Office School Books School Supplies New Box Paper- Magazines New Novels 25 Detective Stories lOc each Books on Hypnotism 25c each Post Cards of Cloverport and Tar Springs 2 for 60 Post Card Albums 25c each Shawl Straps 5c and lOo each Mail Orders + Promptly Filled DudsCan ward off many a kick and cuff And help one make a wlnaing bluff Dads UR duds are not old or shopworn they are right uptodate in cut style and finish They make men look nice and stylish They fit they wear they look like clothes right out of the tailors shop And the best thing about our clothing iia the price and another point in our favor is we are selling them They are moving fast We never fail to clothe a man or boy who wants to be clothed Get into some of our new duds Youll feel better and look better Mens Winter Wearables I 00Pnntssuits ren atX650 atX600Boys suits at fo 50150 and 4 C Corduroy Heaviest on the Market ArJAIW4 to open a Bank Account today If you wish to run the financia part of your business in a careful methodical way banking facilities are absolutely indispensable Wo offer you every courtesy and your hook is ready Bank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT KY Land For Sale By Jno D Cabbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for f5 per month CO OHO M acres wellwatered In good p ruvju state of e firm stock barn and out buildings Thir farm Is Just outside of the city limits of Clo verport It Is rich bottom land tine tor truck i arden and stock raising Hood mill ket for everything raised on It It Is a bar pain for some man 1 7cn 1W acres on Hardinsburg and 5 I r Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn 80 acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is Rood tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can tx hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance It easy payments C3 OCfl 352 rcres on Hnrdlcsburg and 4pVOU Falls Of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings three big Barnes log house and shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under and pasture 22 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round cash and good easy terms on balance fcl 35oIii acres 7 acres In timber hicks black locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements five room cottage barn 36x60 stable 90x32 smokehouse and cellar cistern Rood and ponds 12 acres In timothy 10 In 11 In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons ol timothy and clover 8 acres in wheat yield hO bushels and 5 tons straw This place is sltnatcd on Clover creek IK miles southeast of Cloverport 30 acres Rood bottom land rest broken but Rood strong tillable land most of It In grass free from washes Splen did tobacco land all of it FARM FOR SALEH mile off of c75n between Oloverport and tlardlnshnrg 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from Hardinsburg 197 acres of land two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never dry a good orchard For orrsJamesJnoicyU Habbage Uloverport II Sahlle FOR SALE 106 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 10 acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR SALT FOR SALE 150 acres ot land situated near Creek one mile and from Garfield ICy Fine tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three rooms Rood tobacco and stock barn corn crib 46 acres itt woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of Rood hickory and ash tosell Price 1500 For further information write Jno D Babbage Oloverport Ky SALE Good farm onefourth mileFOR Basin Spring Ky contains 140 acres all level and in good state of cultiva tion About onehalf in grass 15 a res in timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large barn and plenty of outbuildings three miles from Irvington Ky and in one of the best neighborhoods In the state A bargain for some one looking for a good home For further information see or write Jno D Babbago Cloverport Ky Notice Tax Payers All City and School Taxes for the year 19 07 ate due Pay now and avoid the CHARLIE MAY City and School Tax Cpllector Office in rear room Cloverport Bank p ostersMens Cravenettes or Rain 00vnluesl Mens Cravenettes or Rain 00aluesJ Mens Pants Gardner Bros Irvihgton Kyt check cultivation 4roomcot- ta blacksmith cultivation Onethird clover penalty YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO LEARN TELEGRAPHYand fore has there peen such a crying demand for Telegraph Operators Over 20000 now positions are created on the Railroads ta account of the now eight hour law passed by last Congress and going Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un der a 1150 Guaranty Bond Salaries range frotnJSR wlOO per month for beginners We have standing con tracts to place all our graduates Under supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our sclioal room Established over 0 years You can work for expenses Catalog free- NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE CINCINNATI O r rM Iw FOR ALL KINDS OFI FoundryIMachine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galvanized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Cgrrespondenec Solicited I 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 UorriMn A Cateeea fentleta s s ewEBtalr Mt Jtoutk street b- keae + OweaBrjXy i I i I a- Li 1 CH J gu ifP iW t yii- dvtce to the Aged b1Jtl nsPillsAar 111M a M theseetraatktJMIr IItIIraI fuctlias as tItPARTING VIGOR LIVeIto1Wr1 PERSONAL AND LOCAL fake Hanks of Holt was here Fridaj Irs Thos Bohler is on the sick list oell H Pile of Hard nsbuc was here day red Brown is here visiting his rents Hiss Ida Dutschke of Holt was here t week Leo Mills of Lodiburg is visiting- s Keys Mrs Wm Hoffious is visiting In ensboroIV S Ashby returned from Hawes le Monday inlay Miller of Hardinsburg was e Scfturday- liss Manye Miller of Hardinsburg Is here Sunday Xlr and Mrs Wm Lynch were in tesville Monday iJevi Winchell of Tobinsport is vis ig Lou Wagner ev John Winchell of Tobinsport is here last week peo W Jolly of Owensboro was here C day last week JI L Parks of Owensboro has gone Los Angeles Cal Tess L Hatfield of Boston Mass Is petted home soon Mrs Leon McGavock who has been is much improved J P Ditzenbaugh is suffering from n mebruise on his foot Mr and Mrs Frank Sanders of binsport were here Friday Little Miss Addle McGavock is illnt r home with typhoid fever Capt T F Sawyer is erecting an ditlon to his wall paper store Mr and Mrs Tom Blaine of Steph sport are visiting relatives here Mrs John Furrow who has been vis ng in St Louis has returned home MisstBertha Long who has been vis ng at Irvington has returned home Miss Marion Bowmer who has beer siting in Chicago has returned home Russell Harris of Louisville spent turday and Sunday with his parents Mr Ode Young of Norganfield has en visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Skill anHoward Pine of Evansville is visit g his parents Mr and Mrs Wm neMiss Ray Heyser who has been visit g at Franklin Ky has returned me Hambleton Babbage Abe Pumphrey id Alvin Mattingly were in Louisville mday 0 W Elmore purchased of S M ckson a span of mules Considera m 25 Miss Addle Louise Babbago who has en visiting in the east returned home st night Mr and Mrs C ECorbin Louisville- ere the guests of Mr and Mrs Fort it week Miss Rosa Agnew went to Stephens rt Tuesday to attend the BlainBark weddingFred who has been sick witty lanai fever for the past five weeks mlufn improved Joe Long the egg and poultry mer ant bas given up his store here ands gone to Covington Ky I Mrs Mary B Oelze who is visiting Pufferingob Miss Bertha Mattingly has returned Sher home in Henderson She was companied by her sister Mrs Ben Ijfeway Those from Hardinsburg who attend the speaking Tuesday night were John P Haswell Jr Judge Wm d Allen Kinoheloe Sherman Ball fret Haswell Linsey and Allen I ch loe Gus Shelman and Arthur ard Little Miss Tula Babbage is ill Mr Bone Pate is on the sick list Mrs J H Rowland went to Gust r ThursdayMrs Argabright went to Lob hurg ThursdayIMrs Temple of Yelvington is visiting Mrs J H Wills Leonard Oelze and Robt Polk were iIn Owensboro last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson have returned home from Brazil Ind Mrs Ella LaNcave returned to her home in Franklin Tenn Monday Mrs Sanders of Tobinsport was here last week on her way to Derby Ind Geo Whitney Schlegel of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Louise Babbnge Miss Blanche Payne who has bee been visiting Mrs Gibson has returne homeMr and Mrs Fred DeHaven Louisville are the guests of Mrs Mary DeHavenThe meeting of the Girls Club wad entertained by Miss Lula Sever WednesdayWill is putting up a new building which he will use for a rest dence and store Miss Addie Ditto of Louisville is expected here Sunday to be the guest ofr Mrs J D Babbage Miss Jennie Warfield of Louisville who is the guest of Mrs Frank Fraize spent Tuesday at Holt Mr and Mrs J D Babbage and Mrs D W Fairleigh of Louisville spent Sunday at the Ditto Homestead at Brandenburg Remarkable Demand The unprecedented prosperity of theI country has brought about a remarkable demand for competent services Ii fact it is now impossible to supply this demand The Bowling Green Business University is getting something likei twice as many calls for its graduates asi it is able to supply Now is an opportune time for young people to enter business life Free literature giving full information cnn be had by applying to the Business University Bowling Green Kentucky TAR FORK Singing school at Cave Swing every Sunday at 2 p m Miss Stella Ruppert attended the in stitute at Hardinsburg last week Born to the wife of T H Chancellor the 28th a fine girl Florence Naorie Mrs Anna Dunn is visiting her daughter Mrs Jim Burdette this week Our saw mill man J N Chancellor was in Hardinsburg on business Monday Ivan Bates has accepted position iin- S S McCartys Drug store in Owens boroMiss Maud Ryan who is teaching school at Stephensport was at home last week T H Chancellor and Ivan Robbins attended the speaking at Cloverport Tuesday night The infant son of Mr and Mrs James Burdette has been quite ill but is some better now Mrs Naoma McQuady has returned home after a few days visit to relatives- at Tar Creek Our school is doing nicely with Miss Lessie Newton as teacher Several new scholars were enrolled Monday Tom Rogers sold his farm near Hickory Lick to Geo W Beatty Mr Rogers is undecided where he will locateMiss Lessie Newton our teacher attended the institute and visited the Misses Taul on Clover Creek the latter part of the week Miss Beulah V Rice attended the Institute at Hardinsburg last week and was the guest of Misses Judith and Carrie Walls while there Mr and Mrs Dennie Sherron anil two daughters Misses Nellie and Bessi visited Mrs Sherrons brother W P Ryan of Kirk last Monday Jas Keenan Jr bought the L C- Taul farm now occupied by Eli Fisher and will move into it soon Mr Fisher having bought the property known 11- 5the Dr Morton farm at Rock Lick an- will d move there Mr and Mrs O W Elmore entertained Wednesday night in honor o- their f guest Miss Lula Brickey Those present were Mr and Mrs Johnnie Easton Misses Lula Brickey Beulah Rice Lessie Newton Irene Robbins and Messrs Ernest Rice Ivan Robbins Gene Newton and Everett Newby 00000000000000000000 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish ment in easily digested form Scoffs Emulsion is powerful nourish ment highly concentrated- It makes bone blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion ALL DRUGGISTS ion AND SlOO OOOOc 5 c IRVINGTON ITEMS Movement of People in andI Around the Thriving Lit tle City Alfred Hawes is spending this we k at Owensboro with his parents Mr B B Drury of Fulton Ky iisI visiting his sitter Miss Willa Drury Mr and Mrs Albert Marshall left Tuesday for New Mexico to spend theI winterMrs Nancy Perry after several days visit to relatives at Fordsville has re turned home nMrs Arthur Smith of Glendeane spent Monday the guest of Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes Sundayrfrom Morganfield where she has been the guest of relatives forILouisville to attend the meeting of the State Medical Society Mrs A W Moremen of Branders burg is visiting here the guest of Dr and Mrs L B Moremen Mrs Glovy Wrather of Chicago ar rived Sunday for a visit to old friends and relatives at this place Miss Minnie Brown left last week for Kirk after spending several days hereI visiting Miss Mary Brown Mr Wortham and family of Grayson county spent a few days last week with his sister Mrs G T Marshall Mrs Chas Fisher of Glendeane will return home today after being the guest of her mother Mrs Nannie Bandy Miss Ruth Miller will return this week from Cloverport where she has been the guest of Miss Clara Hardin Mr Ernest Hroctor of Louisville re i i turned home Sunday after being the guest of Mr and Mrs J M Herndon Mr and Mrs John Shaw of Hardins I burg spent a few days of last week the guests of Mr andMrs F II McGehee Mr and Mrs Gid Hendrick of Har dinsburg spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs T R Blythe Mrs Bert Cunningham left Sunday for her home at Chenault after a visit to her daughter Mrs W B Gardner Mrs Julia Clarkson of Big Spring has returned home after several days spent with her daughter Mrs H H I Kemper I G O Bailey has sold his farm of 217 acres near town to Mr Codell of Tobinsport Ind Mr Codell intends to make this farm a sheep ranchtMr Junious Foote has purchased the property on Walnut street owned by Mr Morris Jolly and will take Pocession about the first of November Consider tlon not known The Rev F H Farrington of Louisville occupied the pulpit at the Baptist church last Sunday morning and even ing Rev Farrington has taken charge of the work at this place and as he is such an excellent man we are glad to give him a hearty welcome Little Ray Dowell son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Dowell happened to a very painful accident last Thursday after noon while riding the wheat drill with his grandfather His middle finger became ertangled in the machine mashing it so badly that it had to be amputated The little fellow is doing very nicely at present TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu latic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 11 Dr B W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonialsBEWLEYVILLE Miss Lula McCoy is on the sick list Mr Chas H Drury has been quite weekeRev D S Campbell preached us a good sermon Sunday morning Mrs Elma Morton of Louisville is visiting her brother Mr J T Stith Mrs D S Campbell and children are visiting relatives in the neighborhood- E P Hardaway attended a hog sale at Greensburg Ind Monday Mrs Alonzo Bennett spent last week with her sister Mrs Moses Bennett Miss Minnie Stith of Washington is spending her vacation with her parents Miss Bettie Lee Jolly has returned home frqm a weeks visit to Miss Nell DittoJune Payne who has been spending the summer with his parents left Friday for California Dr and Mrs W A Walker and children of Hardinsburg are visiting at- Dr J M Walkers Miss Katie Hardaway who has been a U1with typhoid fever at Anchorage came home Friday Chas Blanford sold a very fine sow- toi Leslie Walker of Hardinsburg receiving fur her a fancy price Mrs N V Cozine of Chicago and Mrs Lena Crozier of Evanston Ill are visiting Mrs WW Keith jo NOW JS BEST ITIME TO TAKE Directions To Prepare Simple Yet Remarkable Home Mixture A well known authority on Rheumatism gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the following valuable yet simple and harmless pre scriptlon which any one can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion oneha ounce Compound Korgon one ounce Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to takeThis pleasant mixture if taken reg ularly for a few days is said to over come almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any dimin ishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach While there are so many stfcalled rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give perma nent results and the above will no doubt be greatly appreciated by map sufferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhoodelicits the information that these drugs are harmless and can be bought seperately or the druggistS here will mix the prescription for our our readers if asked to + e+ IillWrtsa t1+ ar3T h3r 3- 1 + WANTEDCook white or colored apply Mrs D STEWART MILLER All persons having claims against the estate of James Singleton deceased will present sumo before The hunk of Ilardlnsburg tL Trust Co properly provost befofe Nov 1007 Send mo the hill receipted Very respectfully III II BEARD Cashier WANTEDA man with team and tools to tend a farm near Sample W J DEICKMAN Stcphensport Ky FOR SALE PRINTN Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines GasolineILouisville Kv FOIL RENTFine river bottom farm of 116 on railroad Good tenent house and out buildings 10 acres In orchard and 5 anyhingFor further Information apply to MRS HANNAH IIARDIN Holt KyT FUR SALE Hook of Destinyfortune bookI at News oaks H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- tIARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Drcckenrlugo and adjoining count cr Special attention given to col uctlons road cases and criminal practice License to UurtsOniceover Henderson RouteNotes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 Us and 113 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reducedrates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L 3 round trip to Louisville from Cloverport October 14 and 15 Good to return October 19 L IIST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Clorerpj 507 AM stops at lL ward on flag only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No I IS ally Mall and Kxpress leaves doerport939 A M stops at all way stations rrfves Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Olo verport 450 p moo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at oulsTllle 735 pm Train No U3 Dally except Saturday CIo verport accommodation arrives Gloverport 848 D m No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport 818 p m arrives Louisville 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sum LongBrunchWEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Gioverport aecommodatloLieavosCloverport600 a m arrives Evansville 900 a m expressleavesHawesvtlle Lewlsport Macao Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar elves Gloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 1 15 dally St Louts fast train loaves Clo rerport 1100 P M arrives Evansville 135 A St St Louis f 40 A M stops at nawesvtlle Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo crport 925 am arrives Evansville 1215 pm Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between oulsvlllo and Evansvlllo Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 ana HI between Louisville atidSt Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2v dally except Sunday leaves ordsvlllel O a rUes Irvington 840 mTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves nordavlllo320p m arrives Irvlmtton 520 p QlTrain No 0 Sunday only FordbvllloO30a m Irving ton 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No a Dally except Sunday loaves vlcgtonlO5am arrives Fordsville 145 pm fTralnNo5 Dally leaves Irvington 6SO it artlves Fordsville 940 p m fI I IME AT NOLTES I I I Queen Quality I CNever were shoes more beautiful Ithan the new Queen Quality I Icustom grade model fjJ CNo words can express the charm of the new variety t CLVTo appreciate them you must W Ejseec the shoes E c CAsk for them while our assort Ej i IiIIc Cloverport Ky I I OIlylli i 11iIpN 411NI IwNIn Mx g N- lCadick u Milling Co tempting PLANING MILL COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We Contractor James M Lewis associated with us can plans and estimates buildings Our Mill of material and our are have grades of roofing at from f325 per squareOur Ruberiod will building HouseholdGoods For Sale Piano Stool 200 Rocking Chairs 75c each Book Case 500 Oak Center Table 200 Two new Dinner Sets For information address H- Breckenridge News K- YCf1ENAULT Miss Bobbie Brodie was on the list last week Mrs A S Allen went Louisville last week for few days stay E J Stallman went to Hardinsburg Tuesday on business Mrs Scott Cunningham is visiting friends in Owensboro Miss Clara Ford left Monday for Hopkinsville where she has a position Mrs Cunningham spent a days of last week in Derby Ind guest of her Mrs E Cumm ings Herman O Bryan of Mooleyville was in our town last week the guest of friendsThere will be a grand ball given in the social hall on October 18 at Derby IndMrs G B Cunningham has been at Irvington for some time is expected home soon Dr Joe Sphires and wife of Louis ville are of Dr D S Sphire family at Mooleyville Obstinate cases of constipation nasty mean headaches promptly dis when you DeWitts Little Early Riser Sold byAll Druggists t PIES and CAKES I fijtoreach CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is the kind Iwith which to make de licious flaky crusts and light cakes We have It in ter and half sacks andqunrI rels Try a small you doubt our recomenda tion are sure to come back for more am Grandview Indiana iiiJZlJ Tl2tJ tLOVERPORT GREGORY m have and furnish for Work is good best workmanship and prices reasonable We several prices 1 to last as long as the further D CLOVERPORT sick to a Harry few the mother who the guests and and appear take Pills You best JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds I WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware I Musical instruments and findings T Ci Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky We are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks Than Usual and Have Some Good Ones Now t Do You Need One Severs Drug Cojj M I 4 LJ i r r r 1I ftlttIt1ItIM AnIOld Fashioned WooingB- y J ELLSWORTH KELLEYi CoJJCopyright 1001 by 8 S McClur + AMES BENJAMIN SAUNDERS lie was called Jim Ben on the J farm where he had been hired hand for the past ten years came up on the hack porch wiped his face on the roller towel that hung by the door stepped to the window pane that possessed the quality of dimly rev meeting a countenance before It care tully combed his hair and then stepped Into the spacious room that served the double purpose of kitchen and dining room Before he reached his accustomed chair In the corner he paused In open mouthed astonishment There was a new hired girl In the kitchen Now during the past ten years Jim Ben had seen hired girls come and go from the Weaver kitchen by the score Theje had been a long procession of tall girls and short girls fat girls and lean girls maids and widows glrJ with complexions like peaches and cream and girls with no complexion whatever The new girl had freckles and red hnlr- tlJerusalem exclaimed Jim Ben Dont you dare come swearln1 roun Buy kitchen admonished the red head ed girl cause I wont stand Itnot a bit of Itl Her tone was severe but n comical smile played around her mouth Not being n society man Jim Ben was at a loss for reply He com I promised by shuflllng on toward his chair Per the land sakes I dont know What yer name is Here Jim Ben Toluntered the desired Information Well then Jim Ben you go straight out and clo u them boots Lookee at ye ntrnckln up my clean floor In thin style That was the beginning of It After dinner Jim Ben did an unexpected and wholly unprecedented thing Of his own motion he took the empty pall from the bench by tin kitchen door wont to the well manip ulated the heavy old sweep rev turned with the pall brimming full of wntdr and set it carefully on the bench Lookec At ye now It you havent spilled some water on my clean floor Iou great big awkward hulk Ive D notion to And she grabbed n dip per and only the bnsjy exit of Jim Bon in the direction of the barn saved him a liberal sprinkling Jim Ben smiled to himself occasion ally as he plodded along behind the plow that afternoon When he and Mr Weaver stopped to rest at the turning row Jim Ben sat on his plow beam and industriously whittled a preoccupiedwasI la culxj lie turned to Mr Weaver and stjLri I nbked dcj i Who Is she Whos who JtVy her the new hired gall Oh thats Randy Higgins Her folks live down on Scatter creek You know old man Higginshim ats got the sawmill T Jim Ben nodded assent Then he said Gosh Aint she freckled Sort o red headea too I bet shes got a temper The red headed kind always has- Randy utterly Ignored Jim Ben at the supper table although he went so far as to ask Whats them when she passed him the plate of biscuit that gave outward evidence of the in ward presence of a superabundance of soda After supper he further vio fated all precedent by getting the kin dlings for the morning fire and filling the box with wood When he hind performed this work of supererogation he snt down just in side the kitchen door and watched while she washed and wiped the dishes She handled them deftly and swiftly and moved about with light foot Her sleeves were rolled to her shoulders Jim Ben would have been less than humus If he had not bestow ed sly admiring glances on her white anti shapely arms She turned on him suddenly and caught him fairly What you gawklti at me for I wasnt gawkln I was just won derln If they hurt What My arms 010 maam them freckles For answer she clotted him about the ears with the wet dishcloth but when S he had ingloriously tied from her prow ince she gave utterance to n series of delighted giggles Jim Ben kept clear of the hired girls kingdom for three days mealtime always excepted of course Randy confided to her mistress that of all big awkward clumsy standdowns ho was the very worst she ever did see It trade her laugh to look at him Perhaps that is why she would look at him with n twinkle In the tall of her oye while he was stolidly eating his meal and answering her questions In curt monosyllables Then womanlike sho began to make advances Jim Ben hind lifted n barrel of salt unaided from the wagon to the ground Randy who was on her way from the wood yard with an npronful of chips stopped to watch this athletic feat When he had set the barrel on the ground with apparent case she com plimented him She said My I It must be awful nice to be that strong Then she ran toward the kitchen saying I blleve I smell my cookies burnlnl Jim Ben followed Ho asked the queen regent of the Weaver kitchen If be might have a cup of fresh buttermilk She filled for him a quart tin cup When ho bad drunk it all he wiped his mouth with the back of his hand and said Most gals lets the cream sour too long afore they churns I call that there buttermilk tiptop stuff if you did churn It- Randy smiled nt this frank praise and to show him that it had not fallen on unappreciative ears brought forth a roll of yellow butter solid and sweet with little curved decorations marked on it with the butter paddle How do you like the llooks o that she askedThats the genuine truck shore enough I bet youre the best hired gal thats beeu In this kitchen In the last ten year La I bet my cookies Is buruln this time for shore She hurried to the oven and withdrew therefrom a pan of cookies that were done to a turn The odor came tantalizinglyI to Jim Bens nostrils lIe hesitated a ruomont anti then remarked tentatively- I used to sort o like fresh cookies like them- Randy listened a moment I thought I heard Mis Weaver cull In she explained No she aint What jou pitrMn at me for acalllu Shes Just aslngln out on the front porch Shes doln some sew In out there She gave Jim Ben a cookyJim lien hunt lied the capky and feasted bus cyan on the neatgraceful form of the red headed girl lIe was not given to day dreams Still na ha sat there he conjured up a homely vision of domestic bugs In the log house on the lower eighty Sir Weaver Lau talked ofi elghtytricxt year if yNow Jim Ben you toddle along out o hero How you spose Im ever goin to get luy work done up an you all the time foollu roun in the way Not being able to answer this very pointed question he slouched out and i FIfTEEN YEARSI Uf ECZEMA I Affected Hands Arms and Legs Endured Terrible Itching and was Unable to SleepWould Tear the Bandages to Scratch the Skin In less than One Week CURED BY THE- CUTICURA REMEDIES- I yearsTheand legs They were the worst in the winter time and were always itchy and I could not keep from scratching them I had to keep both hands bandaged all nightIscratch through tho bandages as the itch ing was so severe and attimes I would have to tear everything off my hands to scratch the skin I couldnot rest or sleep I had physIcianstreat could not give me a permanent cure nor stopthousing the Cuticura Soap one box Cuti cura Ointment and two bottles Cuticura Resolvent for about six days the itching bad ceased and now tho sores have disappeared and I never felt better in mv lifo thin I do now Edward Worellk13and 30th U S Infan try NcbrnsknI disfiguringhumors tations and inflammations of tho skin scalpand blood with loss of hair of in fants children and adults arc instantly relieved and speedily cured by the Cuti cura Remedies when all else fails Enl7DumorOintmentcurlWe to Heal the akin and Cuticura Pill Chocolate Coated tsc pu rid ot 6dto Purdy the niood Sold throuihout till world roller Urur kChemCorp Pole Prop loitoe Mu DtpOIlI London NebUfSII hlrterbouH Skin rlII Palx Mailed raYuawttooCur Tortuit went to mona too rence arounortnc nog pasture Ho was In such high humor that he never swore once not even when a strand of the barb wire broke much to the demoralization of his over alls When milking time came Jim Dell suckled the calves aa he was nccus tomed to do and then which ho was not accustomed to dognllantly offered to milk the Holstein cow a notoriously hard milker lIe sat on n stool under the Holstein and milked with both bands while Randy was milking tho Jersey They kept up n running fire of repartee sayln smart things In the vernacular They were having quite an enjoyable time until Jim Den somewhat deficient In finesse made the pretended error of mistaking her auburn tresses for the setting sun A stream of milk shot across the In tervening snare It took It fairly In the face nr J he tied In sheer terror fearing the oucket of milk jrould fol low For tvo days ho was In disgrace and then cam the singing schoolWhen the supper was done and the dishes washed that evening Jim Ben made his appearance In the kitchen clean shaved and clad In Sunday raiment As Randy looked at him she could not help thinking he was a really manly looking fellow though hU mouth was too large to permit of his being called handsome She did not tell him so She only remarked Land alive Whats the little boy goln to do now Nothln1 much Nothfn but take the hired gal to the slngln school I Run along sissy an git on ycr things an dont keep me waltln Strange to say the hired girl obeyed Singing school was over and they had reached the front gate on their way home The stars were abashed and pale In the presence of the rev splendent fUI moon The couple stood by the gate In silence for n moment paying Involuntary tribute to the glory of the night They sat down on the horse block by the gate Randy tool off her broad hat and her glossy hair reflected the moonlight in a shadowy way until something very like poetry awoke in the heart of Jim Ben anti he thought of the halo about the head of the Madonna that hung on the wall of the best room He pondered for a moment and then suit Randy Ill take back what I said other night about your hair you I now Its mighty party hair If It Is ed She gave him n grateful little glance Ive never went with a gal afore Se went on Never keered to someway None of em come up to what mother used to be Shes dead you know Mother was an awful good cook though sometimes shed get a leetle too much Body In the biscuits She was neat as n pin about her house keepln too I tell you she used to make me walk chalk when I come In the kitchen with mud on my boots I You put me In mind 0 her Jn lots o ways Thats why I brought the water and got the klndllns and sort o walt- on you like And her butter and yourn tastes itdzacly fillkeWi Tolnt everybody that knows how tto ninUo good butter shyly admitted T 1cr Randy T Yotfbet It aint fervently responded Jim Ben And Ive always said when I did get married I was goln to hey a wife that could come up with her at buttermakln1 and housckcepln Randys hat slipped from her lap to the ground Both reached for It and as they stoopedthey bumped heads Shore sign well be together this time uex year observed Randy For answer Jim Bens big hand closed gently on her slender unresisting fingers lnndybls heart was thumping so loud he felt sure she must hear It Randy Ithat IsIve got 000 laid up Next spring Im thlnkln of bnyln n spun o houses and rentln the lower eighty Ill do It and well go Into business fer ourselvesIf you Just say the word Will you The red headed girl turned her face to his with a happy smile and said as he kissed the patch of freckles on her cheek Uinhuh But I bet I make you think of yer ma moren once Jim Be1 Imitative Man Man Is such an Imitative creature very observable even In the genus Blmla Left In the deserts and night coming on the poor creature gazes nigh desperately to see If there be no human vestige The print of human feet Is in every sense as guidance to him as hope to his heart and light to his eyes His Imitative virtue take that away from a man you have taken all from him You have stripped him not of his clothes and shirt only but almost of his very skin He has no tradition or continuance of past into future The career of human develop ment the history of civilization ex tends to a maximum of threescore and ten years The man cannot speak It Is thousands of ages and their dumb struggle to express themselves that have taught men to speak If as Rich ter says one new metaphor between the two Lelpslc Bookfalrs be a fair average what length of time must the building of a Greek language have cost Stripped of Imitation the poor man cannot speak he cannot even think except extempore What his wild eyes can discern as they flash out from him In wonder In want In thou sandfold eagerness that Is his thought not n stock of thought at all but a scantling of insight from hand to mouth When I think what man de rives from imitation his whole life furniture what he believes knows possesses his dwelling houses his book printings his very tastes wishes and religions can I wonder that the past seems worshipful seems divine Thomas Carlyle 0 I OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes had you and sold Its merits You may a ter out the waste Impurities In the blood they are sick out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches andrheu matism comefrom excess of uric acid In the blood dueto neglected kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey heart trouble because the heart overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases is on fiftYIcentes have yourbloodor If or Is It sample bottle by mall nom orswampHoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember tb name SwampRoot Dr K Hirers Fwamj Root and the aMress Binghamton N Y IIOG everv bottle- Physiology Up to Date After a lesson on digestion the teach er anxious to know just how much her Instruction had been understood questioned the class The first gnawer was rather discouraging as the girl called upon made tills startling statement Digestion begins in the mouth and ends in the big and little testament- It was the same teacher who receiv ed the following note Pleas teacher do not tel Mary any more about her Incldes It makes her 10 proudSchool Education Fifty Years a Blacksmith Because you have contracted ordinary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind do not lor a moment imagine that colds are not dnngetous Everyone knows that pneumonia and chronic catarrh have their origin In tl common cold Consumption is not caused by a cold but the cold prepares the system for the re ception and devalooment of the germs that would not otherwise have fonnd lodgement It is the same with all in fectious diseases Dipthorin scarlet fever measles and whooping cough are much more likely to be contracted when the child has n 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 The many remarkable cures effected by this preparation have made it a staple article of trade over a large part of the world For Bale by Severe Drug Co The Soft Answer During a municipal 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at first makes after love tho more he do frown tis not In hato of you rather to beget more lovo In you he do chide tis not to havo you gone why the fools are mad If left alone e rio repulse whatever she doth say jget you gone she doth not mean away I tter and praise commend extol their graces otigh neer no black say they have angela faces at man that hath a tongue I aay Is no man with his tongue he cannot win a woman Shakespeare- AN OLD HOME swayingD Straggling tiger lilies Near the old rail fence Redolent with meaning Of the years gone hence i Close beside the door rock Bush of lilac stands Tapping at the windowIWith Its purple wands Robin on the well sweep Sings the sweet old song Whlppoorwllls at even Voice their sense of wrong E1t Vty barn and wood shed Shen through open door 1 Mind one of the plenty I ever there of yore I Over all a woodbine Clambers with wild grace Giving a now beauty To the dear old place Old home full of memrles Fragrant as the rose Growing ever sweeter To lifes very close Boston Transcript THE UN MERCENARIES OLLY good fellows who die for the death of It Fight for the fun of It live for the breath of It Catch at the Instant and drink of the minute not caring not what may be in ItII Pooljpgoodr vVastlng it their midnights in being a poet lying their lives to the life of humanity reaming f famethat extreme of in sanity 3111y good fellows who labor for science Lighting the way for the races reliance Bearing their burdens with mien of a stole- reaming of gratitudemyth unheroiol All the good fellows who think not of wages Foreign In part to tho thing that our ago is Giving no heed to the weight of the cotter Taking what fate and not mon have to otter Th tnd the like of them heres a health t them Taint of our lower alms never undo themI They will survive us all passed through the portal Life Often Jests at what death makes im mortal New Orleans TimesDemocrat Seeing Glass or Looking Glass The following In an extract from tho will ofa Lincolnshire farmer dated Aug 1 1790 Item I also give to my wife the bed she now llcth on one ovel sic table ono Tea table one Round table three round backed chairs one spindle chair my chine sic and Tea table Silver spoons out Bnrll sic worming pan and a Seeing Glass and TongsLond- on Notes and Queries Thomas A Edison the great Amer can inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating Improptr 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 food the digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them It is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and wards 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 Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in healthy stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by All Druggists Window Glass Her Test Some people study tho architecture of houses under construction or com ment on the building material employed said the woman Thats all very well and I try to appreciate these things too But somehow I cant get my mind off one detail concerning new buildings I always look at the kind of glass put in The windows in a house seem to me to indicate whether tho building is cheaply put up or the reverse If the glass Is of good quality It neednt be plate though that of course Is the su preme markI know that pretty much everything regarding tho structure Is glassIvertisement everything within and without is apt to be shoddy At least I havo my doubts until convinced oth rwiseNow York Press OldMy dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrhes on Elec trig Bitters writes W B Brunson of 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the hands theyll soon be foldln An tho tears Is jost aralnln down her cheeks Thats him thar In the coffin lyln low An the woman flrst to love him An the last to bend above him Is his motherbut I reckon you would know Frank L Stanton Emancipated the Mule When the mue cars In Jacksonville Fla were replaced with modern elee trIes an old time darky watched the first car go by with a great deuUof Interest Ummpah dem Yankees sho la cuyus folks he mused Fus dey cum down yar en mauclpate de nig ger den dey cum down en manclpnte do mule He Couldnt Oblige Her An American actor who Is old enough not to consider himself n mati nee idol by any means was somewhat pleased in a western hotel when a pret ty girl stopped him In the corridor and presented him with a rose without say- Ing n word lie received a note the following day reminding him of the lInci- dent and asking him to send the giver of tho flower two seats at the theater in which he was playing as a me mento of the occasion My dear young lady he wrote In reply 41 should be glad to send you the seats you ask for but on consulta tion with the manager of the theater I have been Informed that the scats are all fastened down and that he is opposed to having them sent nwny as souvenirs Ladles Home Journal Helped the Mayor Out An imposing cemetery was about to be opened In n western town The mayor who had charge of the laying out of the grounds was puzzled for an appropriate inscription to put over tho gate Riding along In his automobile one day he was cogitating over I different holy texts so he explained his difficulty to his chauffeur What would you suggest he asked We have come to stay was the prompt reply The Judicial Way I An associate justice of tie supreme court of Patagascar was sitting by theI sldo of a river when a traveler approached and said I wish to cross Would It be In wII ful to use this boat It would was the reply It It my boatThe traveler thanked him and push ing the boat into the water embarked and rowed away But the boat sank and ho was drowned Heartless man said an Indignant spectator Why didnt you tell him that your boat had a hole In IU The matter of the boats condition said the great jurist was not brought before me Cosmopolitan A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man Is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound health keeps you well A boys hair grows onehalf slower than a girls In boys the average rate of growth Is three feet three Inches in six years being an average of 013 Inches per day During his twentyfirst and twentyfourth years a mans hnlr grows quicker than at any other pe nod Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Free Hen I 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 the foul breath hawing spitt ing droppings in throat had hearing specks flying before the eyes all play ed out feeling of catarrbBotanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 to 40 years standing after doctors hot springs Lnd pataut medicines han all tailed 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 up Drug Stores la bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga He Wanted Them Dead Mrs Black was to meet her husband at a certain store at I oclock After Standing around for some time she grew very Imimtlent dud thinking that he might litivc forgotten to meet her called him up un the phone at I his place of I business Supposing that central had given her the right num ber she exclaimed Hello Frank Is that you Im nearly dead I Well madam I think you have the wrong anti Im an undertaker and want then alt deadl LIppIncotts Magazine Stale Food Balaklava in the Crimea scene or The Charge of the Light Brigade has In recent years been discovered to bo the slto of an ancient Greek city Much of this burled town which Is believed to be the Chersonese Taurl ca the scene of Euripides Iphlgenla Iin Taurls has been excavated with most Interesting results Besides tho ruins of temples nnd of homes says Miss Annette M B Men kin In a volume on Russia there have been found many things which Indi cate that the city was abandoned hur riedly Money was left scattered on the floors and bits of bread and other food are found In disordered array Near a stone canal was found an ancient hens nest in which were six eggs which probably dated back to a period before the birth of Christ Three had been broken by falling earth and two smashed to atoms but one was quite whole with a dried up yolk inside It Some careless housewife had failed to keep track of a pul let Thousands of Russian tourists visit the museum at Balaklava and as these eggs attracted more attention than all tho marbles and other fine specimens the archaeologist has fitted up what he calls an archaeological buffet In a glass case are the remains of the eggs the bits of bread grain and many other reminders of Greek cookery and about this the tourists may be found grouped at all times of the day more Impressed than by anything else In the place Wealth of the Ancient Romansv Some of the Romans seem to have been very solid while others were fast to a degree not known nowadays When Caesar was killed on the ides of March Antony owed 1000000 which be paid before the kalends of April out of the public money and squandered according to Adams 28 000000 Caesar himself before he set out for Spain was in debt to tho extent of 10000000 Lentulus possessed 0145830 Claudius n freedman saved 12DOO000 Augustus obtained from the testamentary disposition of his friends some people will leave their fortunes to their sovereigns no less than 101453330 Tiberius left at his death the enormous sum of 108904 B4O which Caligula Is said to havo squandered In a single year Vespaslu estimated nt his ascension that the money which the maintenance of the commonwealth required was 1704 580000 New York National RevIewII I Hard Times in Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgottenin the pros perous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tries Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most rrliable- cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaran teed by Severs Drug Co f 50 and 1 1 Trial bottle free Vice and Goodness The natures of all born In equal sta tion are not so widely varied as to present extremes of vice nnd goodness but by the effects of rarest nnd severest experience Beautiful fairies and terrible gnomes do not stand by each Infants cradle sowing the nascent mind with tenderest graces or vilest errors The slow attrition of vicious associations and law defying Indul gences or the sudden Impetus of some terribly multiplied nnd social disaster must havT worn away the susceptibil ity of conscience and self respect or dashed the mind from the height of these down to the depths of despair and recklessness before one of ordinary life could take counsel with violence nnd crime Frederick A Alkon Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25 s Ask your druggist for themIPerpetual Motion No man has ever made and never will make a machine that will go perpetually The going of the machine Implies a steady loss to tho particular machine of stored up power and it is only r question of time for the power to run out when the machine will of necessity have to stop But in a deeper sense thero Is nothing but perpetual motion The motion of the thing that stops Is Imparted to something else and so on ad Infinitum By the law of the conservation of force motion is in destructible and must therefore be per petual New York American 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 by All Druggists Currans Comment At a dinner table In London the con versation turned on public speaking Curran stated that ho could never ad dress an audience for n quarter of an hour without moistening his lips- I have the advantage of you there Curran said Sir Thomas Turton a pompous and pretentious member of parliament I spoke tho other night In the house of commons for five hours on the nabob of Onde and never felt In the least thirsty That Is very remarkable Indeed replied Curran for every one agrees It was the driest speech of the session Accidents viii1 happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomajae Electric Oil for such emergenciM It subdues the pain and heals the hurts Time Was Money- A clorgyinun not long ago received the following notice regarding a marriage that was to take plant at the parish house This Is to give you notls that I and tills Jemlmn Arabella Uronrly Is coin In to your church on Saturday after noon lies to undergo the operation of matrimony at your hands Please be prornp as the cab Is hired by the hour Ladles lime Journal IWednesday Oct 23 Wednesday Oct 23 t t TIe finest orator in Kentucky will address the voters in the T interest of the Republican State ticket HaEdinsbur2JI Wed Oct 23II 07 At 1 oclock P M Everybody invited to hear him Republicans vv Independets and Democrats 2500 People 2500 PeopleI1 I yr iT t 7 iTH r ldft lIt l 4 r i L s po rJi fI i 1 J 4J 1 i l ji i j r r I i f IE Y 2 j 1 r= I i N i 1 i j 1 i i I =a r 1 a IJ I J r r y f Z = rn 7 p f 7 fit c the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCT 16 1907 DUKES Those on the sick list are Miss Pearl Basham Dick Slaughter and Mrs Martha Cabal Little Willie Corley is very ill with typhoid fever W A Clark John and Chas Cabal and Tom Downs attended the speaking at Cloverport Tues nightMr Mrs John Aldrigo and children of Owensboro returned home Sunday after a visit with relatives at this place School has suspended hero this week on account of the Teachers Institute at Hawcsvillo Mr and Mrs Bob Powers are the proud parents of a tenpound- son which arrived at their home October 6 Mr Ellis Carman and sister Miss Artie of Livia Ky are vis iting relatives here this week Martin Lasloy of Cloverport has moved his family into the house he recently purchased from Bryony Roberts The remains of Mrs Frank Young who died in Owensboro were brought hero Tuesday for burial in the Jarboe grave yard Misses Addio and Lucy Corley visitedrelatives at Patesville Wed nesdayMrs Steve Powers and children of Patoavillc spent Saturday and Sunday tho guests of her mother Mrs L Newbury Mr and Mrs Chas Cabal and children Mr and Mrs Tom Downs and son and Mrs Martha Cahal spent Sunday with Mr Jno Cabal and familyIMr and Mrs Amos Corley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Steve Flowers at Patesville Mrs Rebecca Powers of Pates ville iid visiting her sister Mrs Jack Tindle this week Mrs Win Campbell was in Cloverport Monday shopping John Cahal left Wednesday for Sebree Ky to work in the mines at that place- D H Busham returned home from Lexington college Wednes nightMiss Pearl Johnson was in Patedville Tuesday evening Alonzo Kearden of Wober spent Thursday with his brother Cicero No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being en tirely harmlessit is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists SOc or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York RAYHOND Mrs Francis Shaw of Richmond Iowa is visiting near here This is her first visit home since she left 23 years agoMrs Jess Knott and son Rhoda came home last Wednesday after spend ing several days with her brother Jas Barger at Chenault Dr P W Foote was here last week- J F Brown and wife who have been living near Freedom moved in Martin Claycombs house last Thursday Mrs W L Black and sister Mrs Richmond spent last Wednesday and Thursday with their sister Mrs Henry Dutschke of Ammons Corn cutting at Tom Pikes one night weekMr Mrs Raphael Knott of Web ster visited their daughter Mrs Mary E Ater last Thursday- F E Mathony of Stephensport was here last week E A Cashman was in Irvington one day last week Preston Haynes and wife will move near Union Star soon They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect experi enced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Pribe 25 emits Samples free at Severs Drug Store v Romance 01- Geranium a Leaf By MARY W MOUNT Copyright 1907 by E C Parcells u His friends declared that Herbert Wyndham would one day bo recog nized as a great artist Genius will lut they insisted grieving secretly over the undlsgulsable poverty which clung to man and studio They were Jubilant In this declara tion when Miss Ruth Greville sat to him for a portrait She was the first butterfly who had drifted from the glided realms of society Into tho obscure studio In Herkimer street With her came a breath of luxury from u world which had long become a stran ger to Wyndham Her parents arranged with tho artist for her sittings Now and then all three turned and looked at her settling between them the pose In which she was to be painted The girl herself said little She appeared sweetly anx ious to have the portrait painted ex actly as her parents pleased Of per sonal vanity she seemed to have none Wyndham stirred with keen pleasure as he noticed her appreciative scrutiny of his pictures She evidently understood something of art Wyndham saw behind the roses and lilies of her face In its frame of curling hair a mind to be explored He was eager to begin the portrait When he did his hand was unsteady To the excitement of a first profitable order of tho kind ho had longed for was added tho excitement of painting a face whose kindling beauty baffled while It enchanted him Some unformed Idea of delightful chats about art had lingered In his mind to be brushed aside like a cobweb at her first sitting She was cold with a calm serenity which held him aloof as effectually as some Impassable barrier Nothing of haughtiness tinged her manner It seemed merely not to WONT YOU COME TO SEE ME SHE ASKED SIMPLY occur to her that any social intercourse could exist between an aristocrat of Elmwood avenue and a dweller In this small studio at the top of three flights of dingy stairs Her very youth took off the sting of this Insolence of wealth she was so entirely unconscious of it Perhaps this Impalpable barrier of reserve might have been brushed aside to some extent had Wyudham been less sensitive to It Ho met her unresponsiveness with like reserve her un comhiuntcatlveucss with silence But as he painted In the lines of her graceful figure and the bloom of her face grew under his hand upon the canvas be was acutely conscious of every lovely contour and tint madly rebellious that this girl with her wide Intellectual brow and soft sympathetic eyes never vouchsafed him a single unnecessary word never looked his way with an even momentary sym pathyYour hair baffles me he declared one day laying down his brush Something In his tone startled her Are artists always so Intense she asked herself She raised her hand to the ripples of her pale brown hair where golden llghtsi shifted and changed with a warm glow as alluring as It was Im possible to express Her violet eyes widenedShall I change my position she askedHe rushed Into an explanation of the difficulty of painting light In hair She looked IQterested but made no com mentWyndham saw what her observant eyes noted every makeshift In the studio It hurt him to feel that she comprehended every particle of the poverty of his life This hurt the more when toward the last bo thought that he surprised a look of pity In her eyes Ho hardly expected her to tell him at parting that she meant to send all her friends to him to be painted because he did It so beautifully But she did and she kept her word Wynd hams friends said that luck had come to him In a golden spoon To Wyndham sitting alone In his studio poring over a delicate sketch ot- a beautiful girl with eyes of tenderest sympathy and golden lights In her curling hair luck seemed to have de parted All that was left to those woks of oolennnt emotion was this secret sketch of a girl whose soft eYM looked Into his with un expression which the living eyes had never worn this and a leaf of rose geranium which she had dropped upon tho floor She had missed It when she left for he saw her glance at her dress and thou about her as though seeking some thing In a little memorandum book In an inside pocket he kept It where be could peep at It whenever he jotted In a date or looked up a reference One day the glory of llfc scemed to sood his world again for Ruth Gre flllc came to his studio A charity bazaar was to be held and she had charge of tho art table Sub wanted a picture for It and she thought he might contribute some little sketch He promised more than that He would superintend the erection of her stall and decorate It himself She wondered at his enthusiasm When be refused payment for the work she was embar rassed This bad not been wbr she Intended Nor did she realize til jng afterward that a busy artist coul lot spend two days overseeing the erec tion and decoration of the most beauti ful booth In tho bazaar without some pecuniary loss She was charmed with his work and unbent to be gracious although she had first cast a startled glance at the distinguished looking man In evening clothes who approached her when Wyndham became a purchaser at her stall x Because he read her thought so well he made but a small purchase there a trifle decorated by her own hands She saw him spend freely at another booth After that Wyndham removed to a better studio He would try to forgot her ho told himself He did not succeed Every froufrou of silken skirts upon his stairs made his heart pound expectantly Ono day she came He hoped she had not noticed his pallor and nervousness when he welcomed her Ho feared she had for a sort of wondering Interrogation flashed over her mobile features She wanted to have an engagement made for some work she said His bands still trembled as he pulled out his little book and turned over Its pages From between them there flut tered a rose geranium leaf A flood of crimson rushed to his forehead His eyes of guilty consciousness betrayed all the story of his love to her glanco of swift Inquiry and comprehension He saw that she recognized the leaf but ho could not conceal the tenderness with which ho picked It up It was such a pretty leaf so won derfully formed he stammered apol ogeticallyShe at him bravely a flush fading from her own cheeks and ex plained her errand as though the Incident of the leaf had meant nothing to her But as he wrote down a date there suddenly rushed over her the remembrance of his faithfulness his proud dignity In poverty his modesty In bard won success She paused upon the threshold and held out her hand Wont you come to see mer she asked simply Her eyes were filled with a light he had never seen In them before In their depths ho read sur renderCome soon she added tremulously withdrawing her hand for I have long wanted to say this Wonderful Fruit Profits One acre of fruit land that will yield 4000 boxes of apples from Its 100 trees and a cash return of 12000 and a fruit farm that will yield 15000 boxes of apples which will bring the owner 05000 are two of the sights I saw while traveling through the state of Colorado to get exhibits for tho state fair said Paul Wilson president of the State Fair association the other day to a Denver correspond ent of the New York Sun About one person In a million can sit before a camera and look pleasant the rest of us simply look anxious to look pleasantNew York World Bowmar Party Returns Nome The Bowmar Party which left September 30 for a trip East returned toi Lexington Sunday morning Mr Daniel M Bowmar editor of theWood ford Sun of Versailles was conductor and carried out every plan he had made for the pleasure of the members The itenerary of the trip included a visit to Richmond Jamestown Island Norfork Jamestown Exposition Old Point Comfort Virginia Beech Mt Vernon Alexandria Washington and New York Miss Louise Babbage of Cloverport was a member of the party but instead- of going to New York she went to Wash ington and joined the party there on their return Miss Babbage was the guest of Mrs George Thomas Small wood principal of Washington Seminary and was beautifully entertained during her visit to the city of magnificent distances Went Shopping Got a Husband Miss Nora Truman a well known young woman of Fordsville left her home Wednesday afternoon for Louisville where she was quietly married to a Mr Nash of Jamesville Ill Miss Truman left her home saying to her relatives and friends that she was going- to visit in Louisville and also shop while there She did not inform her closest friends of her intended marriage A telegram was received from her yesterday by her sister stating that she had married and gone to Jamesville to live and that she would write fully The affair is a great surpriseowensboro Inquirer W CERTAIN RESULTS Many A Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are Nothing uncertain about the 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Fashion Number of the Womans Home Companionlilt is on the skirt length question that the American woman and the French woman have such entirely different views The short skirt for comfort is what the av erage American woman likes while the French woman favors the long trailing skirt with its graceful lines Here in America this year there will be two different types of skirts in fashionable favor One is the walking or trottoir skirt which is shorter than it has ever been before It will vary in length according to the indi vidual preference of the wearer some walking skirts escaping the ground by but two inches others being as short as five inches It is needless to say how ever that the short skirt will be worn exclusively for walking The souit fashionable costumes for all other oc casions will have the very long skirt the skirt which not only touches the ground but rests upon it having a de cided sweep at the back wherePut1t Your Money fIwill grow under your own control and grow taster than In any other Write for our free 1bcokleL N which tells all MallJany ti We pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital se Vcuresyoui9 iifNlIIttI J II ED f I1 operators Salaries 5000 5 tf to 12500 per month s No other trade or profes c sion can be learned in as short K time or pay as good salary iK at the start 2i We are exclusively a Telegraph 5- E School Students given a thor ough Telegraphic education Pos S- tf itions furnished or tuition refunded 5 KENTUCKY SCHOOLlf TELEGRAPHY I OWENSBORO KY I1sl1itS1St7eStI1t7sI0E Miller Brict- Tile Co1In- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000c Brick Per Dayj Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building I Owensboro Kentucky CONTAINS ENNEDYSM01111IS GARRETT Several from here attended the horse sale at Ekron Saturday- W W Miles was In Brandenburg MondayMaster James and Lee Tuell spent Saturday night with Jake and Joe Shacklett Geo Miles of Louisville spent several days last week with his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Miles Misses Lula Sipes and Myrtle Pruther of Flint Valley spent Sunday with Fannie Shacklett Mrs Annie Miles and little grand daughter are visiting friends and rela tives in Louisville Mr and Mrs Robert Buckler of Illinois are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Wm Tindle and Mrs Zerilda BucklerMr Knight who has been visit ing friends and relatives near this place returned to his home in Louisville ThursdayMisses Louella Miles Fannie and Lizzie Shacklett Messrs Guy and Lee Osborne Ira and Perry Ritchie and John Miles were pleasantly entertained at the home of Mr Jine Redman Sun day Love and hate and jealousy often live In the same house though you will find only loves name on the door Michael Monahan Fertilizing Wheat The advisability of using commercial fertilizers on wheat is borne out by the following data obtained in experiments made under the writers direction and further illustrate the importance of sup plying soils with vegetable matter on which complete fertilizers are used On rather thin land on which cowpeas were plowed under and an application of nitraite of soda at the rate of 75 pounds and muriate of potash at the rate of 375 pounds were applied the cost of a bushel of increase was 22 cents On the same land treated in like manner an application of 150 pounds of acid phosphate and 375 pounds of muriate of potash gave a bushel of increase at a cost of 16 cents In these two instan ces the increase from the use of ferti lizers was between 10 and 11 bushels per acre Acid phosphate alone ap plied at the rate of 500 pounds per acre gave a bushelof increase at a cost of 27 cents We are of the opinion that practically the same increase would have been obtained from possibly half the application which would have re duced the cost of a bushel of increase quite materially Where a complete HONEY Ilk It KIDNEY SftIeretl Two I I Y l XRO B7IZER Mt Sterling lVlwrites I have suffered with kUney t bladder trouble for tee years put IlLast March I commenced nil Parana and continued for three mont I hare not used It sinnor have 1 1 s painI that I am well and I the fore give my highest commendation the curative qualities of Pernna Perum Fer Kidney Treuble Mrs Geo H Slmser Grant Ontan Can writes I had not been well for abotttio years I bad kidney trouble JM tact felt badly nearlyall the time This summer I got BO very fcafl thought I would try Pernna ao lyro to you and began at once to take Perm and Manalln I I took only two bottles of Peru and one of Manalln and now Ifbetter than I have for some time Ifeel that Perana and Manalln can mo and made a different woman of x altogether 1 bless the day I picked tho little book and road of your Perun It Is the business of the kidneys remove from the blood all polsooto materials They must be active all 41 time else the system suffers There a Umes when they need alittle assistant Peruna Is exactly this sort of a reedy It has saved many people fro disaster by rendering the kidneys M vice at a timo when they were not ab to bear their own burdens fertilizer was used at the rate of 3 pounds per acre the cost of a bushel increase was 27 cents These figure are quoted to show that fertilizers proj erly compounded and used on whea will increase the yield quite marked and at a cost that is profitable to tb farmer Besides that all the fertilize applied to the wheat crop is not use by it and there is a residue left in th soil which will put it in better comb tion for succeeding cropsProf J M Soule in Southern Farm Magazine c Baltimore for October 1 tiBtimllR IlB ifiS- IIffl An I Opportunity I I I a Business HouseIoodB and good will of an old r of the coming towns ofIIrvington It is the junc tion of the Henderson Route railroad and the Branch leading to It is surrounded by one of the best farming communities in the county madeup of progressive prosper ous farmers This firm is doing a business of 20000 to 25000 per annum On account of the death of the senior member of the firm the business must be closed up Will sell the stock of goods comprising a general line of mer N chandise at a liberal discount The store house will be leased or sold For further in formation write or call on 4 R M JOLLY SONS LOUIS JOLLY Admr Irvington Kentucky I ALTIVE Children TROUBI CBFIZER rpUrchase splendid Fordsville AN- DOUCH Tastes so rood TI- ERbYRIIP CMICMe Reirlr all ether Mesh aces art caaaiIp g sspeielN sass oontalntee Oil tu KMMdys Laxative Com Syrup IBQTM tha bowels conUtes M OffalM I I For SU by all Druggie y f I r