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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1907 8 Pages NO 15 i f COOPERATIONIN S OPE W R Pierce County organizer Makes an Appeal to The Farmers WARNS AGAINST LAWLESSNESS Friends and Farmers of Breckenridge county It is a true saying that procrastination is a thief of time then I + come to you through the papers begging yon with all the earnestness of a true Equity man not to procastinate any longer while the A S of E is and has accomplished wonders considering a partial organization Now that Breck enridge county is behind all the rest of the Green river district is traceable direct to Inaction Having been made your county organ izer by the action of the last county union my first and main aim will be to arouse people to a sense of action and I feel that any effort I might put forth would prove futile without the cooper ation of at least some of the good people Will you cooperate with me to raise the banner of Equity in every nook and corner of our beloved old county It seems to me that it would not be neces sary to beg and plead with as noble a people as ours to do Equity or to join in an organization to demand their just dues Single handed as the farmers have always gone at their business he is compelled to pay tribute to organization upon every hand When we buy a self binder we help to hold up the hands of the miners union and the various labor unions that every piece is compelled to pass through in its construction and every follow gets a profit which is just and perfectly right in every branch of business But when the farmer goes to market with any of the products of his labor he finds that he must sell in com petition with every other farmer engaged in like business This was the case with the farmer of a few years ago but the farmer of to day has learned a lesson from the rest i of the business world and has gone to making a price on the product of his labor and is doing wonders in thisI I directionNow 7 there are no foes that can assail usfrom the outside then be care ful and patient dont get up trouble among yourselves lay down everything that would tend to divido you in any 1 1sensehear some saying they will not sign the pooling pledge Now gentlemen be careful along this line that is just what the trusts want to hear you say They have put out all sorts of false reports for the purpose of confusing you and caus ilug you to do a thing you would long regret after it is togjate Now I know you dont want to kill the goose that laid the golden egg but if you do just dump your tobacco and she will surely die I hear some complaining about not selling the tobacco and say they will not pool if it isnt sold Gentlemen if we were in a battle with a foreign foe and I when the battle was raging hot and the enemy almost ready to retreat if we Should just all at once etop lighting ti End say to that foe now look here if you ekmt surrender we will do the thinkiI we would wia the battle no of course not neither will we win this battle if we surrender first Then gentlemen lets keep at our guns and load the with pooling pledges well signed up and the tobacco will sell It is a very reasonable conclusion that the pooled tobacco will not sell if they the trust can buy all the tobacco they want on a competitive market Then for Gods sake dont cut youf own throat- Y the trusts are offering some fancy prices for tobacco but what do they mean aid what do they want Do they want to buy the tobacco or the man It is not the former if It was why dont they go to the pooling house and get all they want that is sweet and nice then iit must be the latter I Now gentlemen I want to warn you against lawlessness We learn that l there has been some crimes committed jMr soma sections of the State but it has not been done under the auspicies of M A S of E K We do not think it is necessary to dig WR platt beds and burn barns and the w Americanj Society of Equity dont stand lsrsny suchoutrages and crimes but- 01tjie contrary stands for everything I moreLrfecb civilization a complete e- nImcntof law and order ioP I want to again urge the importance ol action if you are- sting regularly in your llocals p and will a meeting and Mil me WILL REPRESENT ALL THE PEOPLE I Col Johnson Drops Political Sentiments In Opening His Address f WAS ENTERTAINED I AT YOUNGER HOME i As was expected Col Ben Johnson Congressman from the Fourth District il arrived here Thursday morning and c was busy the entire day receiving friends at the St George Hotel This I visit will probably be his last to Clover port for some time as he leaves for Ii Washington in November- At six oclock a beautiful dinner was I given in compliment to Col Johnson at the home of Mr and Mrs James Younger Plates were laid for six andII several delicious courses were served The speaking took place at Oelzes hall at730 P M and Col Johnson was introduced by Prof EdmondWroe t In opening his address Col Johnson dropped politics for a few minutes and said he would go to Congress not alone for the Democrats but for all the peopleI He further stated that if he could be oftt any service to the citizens of Clover port anyway while he was in Washing ton he wanted them to be free to in form him Col Johnson continued his speech which contained his views of the Republican Platform and his advice to the Democrats andvoters Immediate ly after the speaking a number from the audience shook hands with Col Johnson and expressed to him their wishes for his success and welfarejj 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 Plies Sold y All Druggists 1 Breckenridge County Pooling State Organizer L N Robertson of the A S of E has returned from a three days tour of Breckenridge county and he reports good meetings held and also good prospects for pooling a large percentage of the crop around CloverII portowensboro Messenge- rAnnouncement The engagement of Mr Claude rain and Miss Norie Haffey was published in the St Rose Catholic church Sunday morning The wedding will take place some time this month the exact date has not yet been set Miss Haffey is a lovely young girl and her home is at Victoria Mr Lain is of Evansville 1 Ind BREAKIG LAW COSTS MONEY Welsenberjer Mullen And Pop J ham Have Tfl Pay Heavy Fines In the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg last week Mike Popham Joe Mullen and John WeisenbergeV were fined 500 each as a result of a compromise for violating the local option law in this city Dinner For Mrs DHuy Mr and Mrs James Cordrey wereI host and hostess to a beautiful given Wednesday evening at their home in honor of Mrs F N DHuy of Evanston IU The guests included Mr and Mrs Geo Reece of Pineville Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot Miss Carrie Moore and Mrs DHuy Robbed In Louisvillejj The fiat of Mrs John Allen Murray on Brook Street was entered last weekI and robbed of several valuablesinclud j ing a beautiful pearl pin The jewelI was in the shape of a dove and was nnIexquisite piece of jewelry Miss Kate Moorman was also robbed of her pocket book if you need help j I would like to have all the secretaries of locals and others who are interested this noble cause to communicate with me and make yopr wants known for 1 am your willing servant If you need organizing write me I know you need organizing you who are not already organized now who will be first Yours for A S of E SHCCM Wlt Pferci County Orfzer- bIen Ky h RELIGIOUS REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH Will Be Held Next MonthOw ensboro Minister to Have Charge Rev James T- 1 Lewis is making plans to hold a series of revival meet ings in the Baptist church of which he is pastorThe will begin Sunday morn- Ing November 17 and will be conducted by Dr William D Nowlin who will assist Rev Lewis throughout the meeting Dr Nowlin is pastor of the Third Baptist church of Owensboro and is an eminent divine Henry Moorman Shot Not Killed The report received here last week that Henry Moorman was killed in St Louis was erroneous and the following special was in the Louisville Times Henry Moorman proprietor of the Continental Creamery Company of St Louis who was shot in that city by a revenue officer last Thursday night has written to C F Moorman his father in Brandenburg that he is recovering from his wound Moorman mistook the officers for burglars and opened fire which was returned and he received his wound Moorman says he was arrested and taken to a hospital under guard which was later withdraw- nGENEROUS GIFT Col Johnson Gives the Baptist Church a Neat Sum Last Thursday evening after the Democratic speaking in Oelzes Hall Congressman Ben Johnson held an In formal reception and met a number of friends Several of Cloverports handsome women were introduced to him among them were some diligent workers of the Baptist church Although Col Johnson is a Catholic he acted for a few minutes as though he were a Baptist and gave Mrs Thos Tousey ISO for that church Col Johnson is known as one of the most generous men in the State of Kentucky He has giver neat sums to other churches in Breckenridge county Announcement The engagement of Miss Sarah Adelaide Collis of Lexington to Mr Cle burne Earl Gregory has been Announced The wedding will take place some time in December Mr Gregory is a former Lewisport man and is now business manager of the Henderson Journal THOMAS D IRELAND DIES SUDDENLYr heath of A Noble Man Brings Deep Grief Was A Soldier- In WarISkillman Ky Oct 22Special- In the death of Thomas D Ireland Hancock county has sustained the 1loss of one of its most influential and nob citizens His death which occured Monday October 21 was a great sho to every one in his family and this community Being a man of much push and energy he worked too hard Wednesday and was over heated then cooled off very quickly which gave him a chill and in a very short time had take his bed Pneumonia set up a death resulted in less than four days Mr Ireland was born in Galatin county near Warsaw Ky on t Ohio river Oct 21 1837 making him 70 years of age the day of his deat He spent his early life in the hills of old Galatin and many were his ups a downs according the story of his li When he reached manhood and the longtobe remembered days of ti e early Sixties came on he joined ti Southern army under Helms comma in the Third Kentucky Cavalry He fought bravely for four and a half years until the close of the Civil war He was married to Miss Adda Hob of Warsaw on Sept 17 1867 Unto this union seven children were borns Ix of who survive him with his wife o daughter having died in childhood ho following are the names of those livin Mrs Curtis Williams of Evansville Mrs Leon McGavock of Cloverport Mrs Robt Brown of Warsaw Emery H of Evansville Benton who is home and Hughes now in school at Lexington As a father husband and neighbor these was none better or more lov than he and one was never in his company but what he was bettered in some way by it Words would fail to tell of all his good deeds but the best of all he wan a Christian man of the highest type and eternity alone will reveal it allThe funeral will take place Wedn day at the M E church at Hawes ville at 1 P M after which the rains will be laid to rest in the Hawes ville cemetery oh the hill by the Masonic order of which he was a member LONGIRELAND WEDDING POSTPONED The marriage of Miss Forrest Long and Benton C Ireland which was to have taken place this afternoon sat 2 oclock has been postponed on account of ti death of Mr Irelands father Thom D Ireland = AS TO THE LAW ON ISSUING TAX WARRANTS EDITOR NEWS The Attorney General is the chief law officer of the Com monwealth and as such it is his duty upon the application of any executive or ministerial officer of the State to give all such officers his opinion in writing touching any of the duties of his office See section 112 of the Kentucky Statutes Auditor Hager now the Democratic candidate for Gover nor requested the Attorney General under this statute to construe section 24 article 8 of the now revenue act This is that part of the law providing for tax warrants In response to this request the Attorney General filed a written opinion in regard to the law concerning tax warrants on December 13 1906 Here is what he says in regard to the fees the County Clerk and Sheriff may charge So we conclude the Clerk is entitled to a fee of 60 cents for issuing a tax warrant- If the Clerk indexes the warrants ho is entitled to 10 cents for each name The first clause fixes the fee of the Sheriff at 6 per cent on the first 300 of the warrant and 3 per cent on the residue Under this opinion of the Attorney General the legal fees are not exceeding 70 cents to the Clerk and 14 cents to the Sheriff In this county the Clerk has been charging 150 as his fee and the Sheriff 50 cents as his cost In other words they have charged more than twice as much as the Attorney General says is legal There were more than 2000 tax warrants issued in Breokonridge county last year by the County Clerk Figure it out yourselves and see what this iniquitous tax warrant law cost the taxpayers of this county s A VOTER i TTT f ii I PROGRAM OF FARMERS INSTITUTE To be Held at Hardinsburg October 2526 1907 Reception CommitteeH DeHaven Moorman T J Moore John P Has well Jr John Kincheloe Entertainment Committee Mrs Joel GusleShellman Mrs Herbert Beard kMusicCall to order hy President at 1 oclock p m I Invocation by Rev Brandon nAddress of welcome by Hon Chas Blanford toResponse by Hon Hubert Vreeland WingndSwine Breeding for ProfitProf E S GoodMusic heNiGHT SESSION MusichHome InsuranceGeo Dodson Fertilizfa DiscussionTobacco EeldUSICSECOND DAY MORNING SESSION InvocationRev Cline Music ISThe Value of an Agricultural Ed ca tion and how ti Obtain itH J Vree land neBaby Beef and Baby LambJos E Wing ofgEDr Foote Music AFTERNOON- at Music RecitationHannah Beard Stock BeansE B Oglesby Alfaffa In KentuckyJos E Winged Feeding Cattle for MarketProf E S Good Music Chas H Drury Pres Herbert Beard Secy CHURCH NEWS sThe Perry County and Evansville Aasociational Boards hud a meeting ate Tobinsport Monday to plan evangelistic work to be done this winter ooo The members of the Breckenridge Baptist Association have received infor mation that Gus Cooper of Cape Sandy Ind has decided not to attend college this year The association had raised 30 to offer to Mr Cooper towards his school tuition TWENTY DAYS JAILneJohn Bates Figures in Police Court Monday Saturday nights tare ended in not little expense for John Bates colored and his flourishing a pistol around the heads of those on Main street about 6 p m turned out more serious than it seemed to him at the time Monday morning in the Police Court he was fined 15 for disorderly condpct ISO for carrying a concealed weapon and was given twenty days iin jail PUBLIC SPEAKING Hon Oeo W Jolly of Owensboro StephensportSatnrday October 26 at 1 p m Non Chas Blanford Clifton Mills Saturday October 26 at 7 pm- Mook Friday November 1 at 1 pm West View Friday November 1 at 7 p m- Balltowu Saturday November 2 at 1 p m J Whlttlnghill of Owensboro Rockvale Burtons Schoolhouse Thursday October 31 at 7 p m Askins Friday November 1 7 p m Tarfork Saturday November 2 at 7 pmW S Proctor of Leitchfleld Hudson Saturday November 2 a 1 p m- Coyles Schoolhouse Saturday No vember 2 at 7 p m Jno P Haswell Jr Nortons Valley Friday November 1 atTpmGarfield Saturday November 2 at- 7pm Hites Run Thursday October 51 p 7 pm DEATH COMES TO MRS MURPHY Beloved Woman Succumbs After A Lengthy Illness At Her Home In This City r Mrs Elizabeth Murphy one of Clo verports best known and loved women sank peacefully into the valley of death Monday night drawing her last breath tt- at 10 oclock Her death had been ex childrenIside when the end came She had 6 been ill for over two years suffering from dropsy and heart trouble Mrs Murphy was Miss Elizabeth Wilkerson before her marriage to Allen Murphy who died eighteen years ago She was born in Cloverport and hadylived here continously all her life She was sixtynine years of age last March Mrs Murphy was a lifelong member of the Methodist church but owing to ill health during the last few years s could not take active interest in church workMrs Murphy is survived by three daughters Miss Annie Murphy ofChicago Mrs T M Watkins SU Joseph Mo and Mrs E H Kings berry of Orell Ky Mrs Watkins ar rived from St Joseph Monday to see her mother and Mrs Kingsbury came last week but owing to illness Miss Murphy was not able to get here until last night PATESVILLE Mrs E N Dean is able to be out againBurt Parson returned from Evansville Friday Services were held at the M E 4 church Sunday morning After several weeks illness MrsFred Young is improving some Mrs T W Harman was in Louis ville several days of last week DG Hatfield and James Lynch went to Owensboro Saturday- J F Parson and daughter Muriel were in Hawesville Friday E 0 Gordon D S was in Hawes ville Monday of last week on business Frank Bradshaw wife and mother were in town Saturday afternoon shopp ingMr and Mrs Clint Reid and baby oftCloverport are visiting relatives here Mrs Lizzie Clark of Hawesville is visiting Mr and Mrs Dave Clark of this place Misses Ada Frymire and Emma Clark were in Hawesville and Cannel ton Monday of last week Misses Rena and Ola Jarboe spent several days of last week in Tobinsport the guest of relatives Mr and Mrs Ollie Lynch and 1ttloii daughter Helen Lucllewere in Hawes y ville Thursday apd Friday Mrs Mark Clark of Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S J BakerMrs James Lynch and two children Helen and Clyde returned from Owens boro Sunday Elias Bradshaw went to St Lawrence Monday of last week where he is employed at Higdons saw mill Mrs Katie Barnettof RockportInd was the guest of Mr and Mrs Lynch several days of last week + Mr and Mrs Capt Colbert and children spent several days of last week at Deanfield the guest of her mother Mrs Brock Rev Bennett our new M E pastor delivered his first sermon here Sunday morningMonroe Marloe and sonPort Marloe returned from Evansville Monday where they spent several days the guest of relatives y Mrs Rebecca Powers who has been spending several weeks at Dukes the guest ot R j Tindle and family and other relatives returned home Sunday G W Jarboe was in Cloverport Wednesday on business Mr Jarboe PasotTexas to spend the winter Theadore Mattingly of Kirk passed through our town Sunday enroute to Knottsville and gave a pleasant call at the home of Mr and MrsJMFawver Vernon Lynch left Monday of last week for Hunter Ark prospecting His intentions are that he and his Wile tare shall locate there shortly if prospect favorable i tx y A I TlIT1T r T D RubylRFD By W P BRYAN U Copyright 1907 by C IL Sutcllffe i Across Urn lieId the beat wave hi cornered like im Invisible Jelly n Dabney Korbush put It to his ulster j I wouldnt gti to town with tin Handsomest mon In the postal wrv lcehe ileclnred laughingly an liuhv firmly stumped n tiny foot on the Moor MI dont think your fair to the poor chap he went on morn Rerjoumv Suppose he bwomtH so hopelessly in love thll tilt the end of the season Wben you go hark to town ho timid the Parkvulu girls dull mind uulnterfst tog Perhaps IIH will commit sulcldi tli wish you would keep quiet HUM Ruby hotly 1 hnvn to go to town 10 vet somn silks for tUnit sofa pillow am making for you If Mr Perkins to BO kind IIH to take me In you shouldII fee grateful to him If Its for that cluss pillow youre snaking for uie Ill go In aria it my I I S l f1 WANT TO SAY GOOD 1 TO YOU HEREUNDER TUB TUBES yX pelf offered Dabney It will save Perkins the trouble of hitching upland I Crlvlng back here again Tbats no part of his postal labors Ruby stamped her foot again- I think you are perfectly horrid the declared Just as though youa could pick out the right colors tlA man ought to know his ownI class colors Dabney defended YouI pay I never do anything for you an I then when I offer to take a hot trip to town and walk all the way back you call me horrid Here comes Pete Perkins now I guess Ill slide lut I the house Great emotions always up nt inc He dodged Into one of the low win tows before Ruby could reach himI with the cushion she had caught upI from one of the chairs and his mock Sol laugh rang out as the girl gave al Uttle shake to tier ruffled plumage andI started down the shady walk to thet sateThe ramshackle wagon used In thet tural free delivery service was Just drawing up to the block and ahoI climbed lightly to a place beside the stalwart young fellow whose gladi amlle showed all too plainly the pleas ore be felt It was awfully good of you to come back this way for me she said after her hand had lingered an instant In U muscular grip Dab Joel make a martyr of himself when he does anything for me and Mr Slocum will not let us have thu horses In the harvest ing season I was only too glad to come back said Perkins simply You cant blame Slocum about the horses He needs them nil just now IfyouI come to a real farmhouse to Bpcnd the sum mer you cannot expect H livery outfit like those places where the biggest crop they raise Is summer boarders It hot Leeu such a real summer the said smilingly I bate the round Rheumatism Ihave found a tried and tested euro for Kheu tafcUsiql Not a remedy that will straighten the Clstortod limbs of chronic cripples nor turn heal ImpossibleButthis deplorable disease oftDatmrtadtIWhich Dr Snoops Rheumatic Remedy was made k perfected dependable prescription Withom- that last Ingredient I successfully treated many aAnrCBeI of Rheumatism j but flbw atlast Itunl rmly cures all curable cases of this heretofore Iaueh dreaded disease These eandUlto InBDWarI sites found InRbeumatlo Blood seem todwolT8 pus sway under the action of this remedy ulrH does furar when added to pure water I idea when dissolved these poisonous wastM ps jr Pass from the system and the cause ol sm S gods forever There U now no o actual 1011 bow we sell and In confuse nconmiM ii Dr Shoops Remedy I I ALL ERSI v of fashionable hotels Tile has teen Ideal ParUvale IB a pretty nice place bo said reflectively I dont know wjign I ever spent a more pleasant summer myselfYou have done a very great deal toward making things pleasant for me said Ruby I dont know when I ever saw Dabney t o disobliging If It bad not been for you I dont know what 1 should have donef We are supposed to be polite he reminded Its In the regulations Ruby wondered It the regulations re- Quired him to bitch up a fresh rig and drive her back to the farm after ber purchases were made BB be bad done- a score of times From the first she had been attract ed to the handsome young driver of the rural delivery He was so unlike the men she knew In town She shud dered at the name of Peter Perkins It did not match his manner or his appearance but she bad almost for gotten his name except when her brother tensed her about It At first Ruby ran simply utilized her Inherent flirtatious Instinct but later she bad come to realize that she loved the wall driver uud ut times the knowledge hertJeter broke the silence mill be going back home pretty soon now wont your he asked Ituby nodded We expect to leave Saturday Dab ney must visit an uncle from wfioui wantsiInnI She Is In tlin luouululna Tin glad that youre going he said abruptly Glad Ruby turned In her seat tot face him 1 dont think that you aro vary polltel she cried I couldnt hear to think of your be lag here utter I am gone he exclaim ad simply You tire going she asked II thought you lived hero I was here only for the summer be explained I must go back home too I suppose you will curry pleasant recollections of this delightful country she said I know that 1 Bhuli always remember this summer most pleasantly 1 want to take nway sornqthlug else he said slowly Ruby turned hei face away uud let her gaze wander over the frugruut flowering buckwlunt 1 want to take with me your promlM that some day I may come for you he went onthat some day 1 mny come and claim you for my brldt Way I dear Gently Ruby drew from his grasp the hand be bad seized Her heart cried Yes but there came into her mental vision the prospect of her am bltlous mother Mrs Forbueb would never consent to their union and Mrs Korbush could make life very uopluus ant when she elected I am sorry she said softly but 1 cannot answer you as you want me to I shall always remember most pleasantly this happy summer Please do not ask more of me You do not love me be demanded bluntly I do like you she said ll curs not say more whiptand the patient animal jogged on He spoke no more of his love and Ruby was grateful to him whiledPeter drove over to the postotlke to report When he returned to meet her rigrI cannot use the delivery horses longeroworking for the contractor Shall we go home by the river roadT Her eyes made answer The river road was the longest and prettiest and she would not deny herself this last trip with the man she loved Tomor foInight she wished only that she might drive on and on far into the soft sum nighttBut Peter kept the horse at a trot and presently they were at the form lIe was a favorite with Mrs SlocumI and she Insisted that he come In and take supper with them He lingered in the gloom of the trees until the moon was high but at last he bud to- go heroUhis fcet After I have harnessed up the whop family will come out 1 am sorry you could not say Yes dear but I do not blame ou and I shall always love you and cherish the memory of this summer Ho bent over her and lightly brushed her forehead with his lips Then III strode off toward the barn and lIre t ently she heard tbp grating of the bug gy wheels upon the graveled waltz There was the sound of voices as betook farewell of tbe group on the back porch and then the carriage came down the drive and turned into the roadFor a moment the world seemed to stand still for Ruby then she leaped from the hammock and went flying down the dusty road after the buggy Peter Peter she called softly Come back JIt was all a mistake I do love you and I will marry you no matter what mother says In an instant be had sprung from the buggy and bad her in his arms Dab tiey came running up I want to be the first to congratu late you old man he said as be grasp td Peters hand I knew youd win even If sis does hate all the men I knowAll tba men you knowl gasped RubyThis Is Pennlugton Pete Penning ton bo explained my roommate ut college He took the job to meet you without the disadvantage of my In dorsementII have loved him anyhow declared Ruby stoutly millionaire or IL F D clerk as you lib YOU MAY NOT NEED IT NOW Put it in some Safe Place For it May Come in Handy Some- Day Here is a simple homemade mixture as given by an eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makes the state ment In a New York daily newspaper thnt it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease He states that such symptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate especirlly at night painful and discolor ed urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe try it Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime- A wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mix ture has a peculior healing and sooth ing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the wost forms of Rheumatism in just a little while This mixture is said to re move all blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and sys tem all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflic tions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription Shadow Sketches Nature was the first artist and a shadow sketch was the first picture made She is still spreading her beau tiful designs wherever a beautiful ob ject stands In the sunlight and we arc about to learn what she can teach us of ber method In going along country roads and paths have you not admired the shadows that the flowers and all graceful plants cast on the ground Those of leaves and vines actually dis play the outlines of the plants to even better advantage than can be seen in the objects themselves because shad ows have no perspective and no shad Ing An easy way to arranges vase of flowers or of leafy twigs for draw lag Is to study their shadow on a wall while the vase is slowly turned until the shadow shows them to be suitably placed As a rule objects like large leaves and birds nests are best for simple outlining while delicate and compll cated shadows like those cast by vines and by most flowers are best for the blackened surface of the silhouette Shadow outlines make good records of lowers and plants If accompanied by the usual notes on color and habit St Nicholas I For Chronic Diarrhoea While in the army of 1803 I was token with chronic diarrhoea says George M Felton of South Gibson Pa I have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief until Mr A W Miles of this place persuaded me to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy one bottle of which stopped it at once For sale by Severs Drug Co A Midsummer Dream This stunning robe Is of white swiss with borders of blue and embroidered OF WITH SWISS panels of blue and white over the shoulders and down the skirt Oriental Effect An unusually pretty frock of fine organdie IIs daintily trimmed with ap pliques of white shantung The filet of the bodice Is darned with pale shades of brown and thero is a girdle of changeable brown and pink silk Handsome enameled buttons also dorn the corsage The present fash Ion of draping the figure In oriental manner is particularly loved by Eng lishwomen and their French sisters Man taken up the fashion with a fer TOT stns many of the models for the itlah races have been made in Paris aae ysaL c s1he Scrap Book Pats Arithmetic They were driving around the lakes- of Klllarney on one of the Jnuntln cars and got to talking with the driver Among the Information he gave them was that the clergy exacted a tenth ol every persons property for the use ol the church Thats a big slice out of your in come Pat said one Arrah thats nothing Bless your soul theyd be after taktn a twentieth If they could LOVING Unless you can tblnk when the song Is done No other Is soft in the rhythm Unless you can feel when left by one That nil men else go with him Unless you can know when unpmlsed by his breath That your beauty Itself wants proving Unless you can swear For life for death II Oh fear to call It loving Unless you can muse in a crowd all day Onthe absent face that fixed you Unless you can love as the angels may With the breadth of heaven betwixt you- Unless you can dream that his faith is fast Through behooving and unbehooving Unless you can die when the dream Is past Oh never call It loving Mrs Browning The Coat With a Hole In It An old colored farmer near Washing ton having sold his crops came to town to find a safe place for his mon ey He consulted a friend who took him to the Peoples bank which had been established for colored people Introduced him deposited his money and got a bank book for him When the farmer came to deposit the money for the next crop he found a colored man In charge and asked Whars de presdunt mister IHc has resigned and I have his place nowIt You got de white gemmans place nowYes and I hope to serve you Just as well as he did and be equally worthy of your patronage You mought be date Mr Presdunt but Id lak fer you ter hand me dat money I Jls glb you and gib me back what I posited las time too If you please I done tuck notus dat whcn eber a white man gibs a nigger his coat the coat is got n hole In it shot The bank soon afterward failed and the depositors lost everything LIp plncotts He Did His Best A hungry Irishman went Into n res taurant on Friday and said to the waiterHave yez any whale NoHave yez any shark No Have yez any swordfish No Have yez any Jellyfish No All right said the Irishman Then bring me ham and eggs and a beef steak smothered wid onions The Lord knows I asked for OsbLadles Home Journal Opened by Mistake The man had been rushed to the hos pital and after a hurried diagnosis was operated upon for appendicitis But the surgeon found nothing jvrong with his appendix so he sewed him up and sent the man bark to his wife with this note pinned to his clothes Dear Madam I opened your male by mis take Humbly beg your pardon Dr Black Declining a Manuscript This is how the editor of a paper In China declines a manuscript Illustrious brother of the sun and moon I TrfvnV moan thA slave who rolls at thY YouLook LookYellow The trouble 1St your livers productsUbiIc your 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of our ancestors we swear that never before have we encountered such n masterpiece Should we print It his majesty the emperor would order us to take It as a criterion nnd never again print anything which was nft equal to it As that would not be possible be fore 10000 years all tremblingly we return thy manuscript and beg then 10000 pardons Seemy head is at thy feet and I am the slave of thy serv ant DONT WAIT Take Advantage of Kentucky Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights restMrs L B Taylor of 810 East Jeffer son St Louisville Ky says Several years ago I contracted a cold which settled in my kidneys I suffered a great deal from pains across my back loins and was also much annoyed by kidneysecretions grew worse began to be annoyed by dizziness and a feeling of languor and depression I procured Doans Kidney Pills and felt relief from the first I continued the treatment and was soon cured I gave a statement to this effect in 1900 and am glad to confirm same at this time for the cure has proven to be a permanent one For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other A Man of Principals Not long ago In a crowded subway train the superintendent of schools of New York arose and gave his seat to I Miss Blank head of an east side schoolI sorry to have you get up she said smiling Dont mention It replied the super intendent politely I always stand up for my principals Circle To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Preven tics for they are not only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Preventics contain no quinine no laxative noth ing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preventice Good for Feverish children 48 Pre veutics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by All Dealers Where She Should Live What under the sun asked a farther of his daughter who wanted her to make a match with a young man whose only qualification was the pos session of n goodly fortune what earthly objection can you possibly find to Mr SprigglnsaHe has habits replied the daugh ter which I detest When I marry I want a husband who does not smoke chew drink swear belong to clubs play cards stay out late or go motor Ing by himself The lather looked at his daughter for n moment or two in silence and then said My child you are but a stranger here heaven Is your home One of Whittlers Admirers An admirer of Whlttlers works was granted an interview and talked In cessantly for over an hour In speak ing of the patiently endured infliction to a friend the poet paused for a mo ment nnd then added with the sug gestion of a smile And all the time be called me Whltaker Jefferson Didnt Know The home of Joseph Jefferson nt Buzzards Bay was not far from the Warcham road Some years ago when certain ladles affected the bloomer cos tume when riding bicycles Jefferson came upon a lady in such a garb who had evidently mistaken her road As Mr Jefferson approached she asked Will you kindly tell me if this la the way to Wareham Well said Mr Jefferson Im sure I dont know Its the first time Ive ever seen any No Time For Conundrums During the war a teamster with the Cumberland army got stuck In the mud and let fly a stream of profane epithets A chaplain passing at the time was greatly shocked My friend said he do you know Who died for elnners9 Damn Tour conundrum 1 Dont you toe rm stuck In tin mudl n r 1 Meal and Feed I at Mortons MillII V f I We have just put in ate improved Corn and Feed MillIAre prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTON Owner t StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes q All the latest patterns for highdeby modern methods Fit guar 1 i anteed Moderato prices Ex pert tailors employedrJ H HUNBCHE Casper May do Co Cannelton Ind WOMAN AND FASHION j Styles In melts Styles in belts are not restricted this season except to correspond with the character of a costume and to harmon ize or contrast with the color of the frock with which they are worn for just now kid in both suede and glazed varieties is equally favored with the dainty lingerie and showy elastic and silk ribbon girdles Of course this latitude in the selection of belts does not give women the right to make ridicu loan combinations such as the use of pompadour ribbon with a cloth skirt BELTS OF POMPADOUR SILK AND EMBROID HEED LINER and colored shirt waist or to use a wide dark leather belt with an elaborate lingerie gown but It makes unnecessary the purchase of a great number of belts if In buying only those are chosen that will be as appropriate with morning dresses as with plain after noon frocks iandbuckles will look quite as well with aIfdressy afternoon costume as with a simple lawn gown or a pompadour ribbon girdle could be substituted pro vided It were not too elaborate and the metal buckles were not too showy for wear In the daytime Leather belts In suede or the hard glazed kid plain with the exception of a small buckle in front or perhaps an t ornament In the back are always appropriate for use with shirt waists and separate skirts and are especially suit able for morning wear In black and white gray tan or brown such girdles In both wide and narrow models are much affected for buslnessi1 The Green Hat Whole hearted allegiance has been given to the hat of malachite green straw trimmed with masses of black feathers and loops of black ribbon while another favorite bright sairronI straw trimmed with black and supple mented with a soft crown of filet lace Is decorated with branches of roses In Japanese blue and black As a matter of fact In many cases the floral trim mings are set off by one enormous black rose marguerite or la fact aay wide petaled flower and this appears to dominate the scheme giving dlstlnc tlon to ventureEmbroidered 1 + The linen gowns for afternoon wear are If possible more attractive this year than ever before Such exquisite shades of blue pink mauve and green are to be seen In such attractive ways j made up with trimmings of finest lace and lingerie that It is difficult to restrain from spending the entire amount laid by for the summer outfit on dresses of this description The em broidered linens are also exceedingly handsome and whether In white or col ore are among the most effective if i not the most effective of all summer gowns a Thomas A Edison the great Amer can inventor says Fullv eighty percent pf the illness of mankind comes 7 from eating improper food or too much food people are inclined to over ib duge themselves This is where ila digestion finds its beggining in nearly every case The stomach can do just y 1you1 wrong kind of foodthe digestive organ cannot possibly do the work demanded + of them It is at such times that the T stomach needs help ihdtmaada kelp and warns you by headaches belching E sour stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this at oece by j taking something that will actually dO the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It isa combination of natmral dteeaUnts and vegetable acids and conv r tHins t1Ie same jjuices found in aJ 1J Yt stomach It Iit pleasant to tak- eduets what you eat Sold t Dtngiat rFL i G6e Miracle of PelarjoniumI By INA WRIGHT HANSON t Copyright 1907 by M M Cunningham littleJeastern bred Muriel with pelargoni ums at her slender waist and I a western writer We had wandered through the Inner grove where the most mighty monarchs arethe Giant General Sherman Jumbo the Sisters and others We had reveled at the contrasts between trees 300 feet high and the cream cups and other sweet spring flowers nestling at their feet Then we had gone through the gates late the outer forest and were sitting r at the rivers edge at the end of the I I TOP MIRACLE OP TIlE PELARGONIUM I swinging bridge The rest of the par ty stayed away We were to have this little goodby hour apart The Giant Is 05 feet In circum terence 300 feet high and Is esti mated to be 3000 years old chanted Muriel in the words of the guide Or was It 5000 Three thousand or 5000 Oh dear Must I always refer to my w notebook Can I tell nothing with out always referring to my notebook she demanded wildly I took the notebook from her t Your lips were not made for facts s I Idry as dust They were made for t andtlook at those lips so red so daintily curved so wondrously alluring I said kisses and I proved my assertion No man could have helped It 4 4Ot course she was very angry I w suppose I would not have had her oth erwise but she did not spring to her t feet and run front me I will not apologize for you know I t want you so Muriel I pleaded She regarded me scornfully As I have told you before I will not mate with a dreamer Why do you net go Into the world and do some mighty work Everybody t Everybody works but father I Interrupted politely Even with my heart sore I could nev o K help laughing at Muriel and her fine talk ot workerslittle dainty wisp of Itr andrearedtorrUtel- it H gmta hn v tna n bnlnor lor9 i t I sssea Ab u is 1 cream ana my dream makes a book and the book brings some dollars and the dollars make several things possible If 1I were a bodcarrler 1t would mean atm ply dollars though perhaps fewer of them So the result Is approximately the same and you have no idea how much pleasanter It Is to dream than to carry bricks You are a trifler she declared You ought to write a book which will make the world better- I am quite sure my books never hurt anybodys morals or manners I In slated gently Only a negative virtue sho responded The man I marry must be positive He must llook She hesitated gazing down at her LadJ Washington flowers which she had taken from her belt How I asked with some Interest I dont deny that I should be will- Ing that he should look like you she admitted a fine color coming Into her cheeks If only you would do some thing to make the world better My mood bad changed I would plead no longer with this child My mind went to the packet of letters J counted as among my treasures They had come from different parts of the country after my first book had been launched According to these my mis sion was not a failuremy book though a simple one had made better at least a part of the world but I would not tell Muriel this I would not try to influence her In the least I arose and held out my hand In tho distance the train was whistling One thing remember dear child I said gravely and that IB that love blazes Its own paths and cuts Its own channels If It be written that you are for me you will marry me in good time Love brooks no interference In his realm Her cheeks stormed into color as I helped her to her feet Do you see this Lady Washington she demanded holding the pelargonl um before me See I lay It In the hollow of this little big tree There Is dirt In the hollow and tho pelargonl um may grow Coming again I may find that It has taken root So may I become your wife The one Is as pos sible as the other So Muriel went back to the east with her schemes of philanthropy and I stayed in my west to dream and then to write but I found that dreaming had grown to be a weary task when the most beauteous one of them all was a forbidden one for I had lost faith in my own brave avowal of loves omnipotenceNearly year had gone before I visited the Big Tree grovo again I went alone and took my solitary way to the river where I had said goodby to my dream of dreams A furious storm had wrought some havoc there Two or three of the lesser trees had fallen and the swinging bridge had been twisted and broken and thrown upon the bank while the swollen river raged angrily by it At last I turned away from my sad retrospection My eyes caught a glimpse of blue In the distance and somehow I thought of Muriels dress as it looked on that other day when she hud not been kind But just then I was Joined by the guide who was quite a friend of mine He had discovered a new plant and was naturally quite enthusiastic over It so I went Into the Inner grove to view the dis covery After I had left him I still had a half hour before train time so Iwent back to the broken bridge Again were my eyes caught by the glimpse of blue and I saw that a woo man was kneeling before one of the little big trees Each to her oak the bashful dryads shrink I murmured If oaks could have dryads why not redwoods 1 asked myself But when she turned her bead and looked at me I started to ward her- Muriel I cried yet still half believing that it was a beautiful vision But she sprang to her feet her whiteface going pink and her tear wet eyes holding a sweetness I had never seen there before She pointed toward the hollow of the tree Look Armand the miracle of the pelargonium l There In the little sifting of dirt mm tai Lair Wsshlncton not Vq rr PERIODS OF PAIN While no woman is entirely free from periodic Buffering it does not seem to bo the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely Irregularities and pain are positive evidence that something is wrong which should be set right or it will lead to serious derangement of the feminine organism Thousands of women hare found relief from all periodic suf fering by taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound which Is made from native roots and herbs as it is the moat thorough female+ regulator known to medical science ADELAIDE NICHOLS It cures the condition which11 MISS causes so much discomfort and robs that period of its terrors Women who are troubled with painful or irr- egularI functions should take immediate action to ward oft the serious I eonsequencca and be restored to health and strength by taking Lydia Ee Pinkhams Vegetable Compound s CitysLydia B Pinkhama Vegetable CompounduponuI quickly Ueviated I feel greatly Indebted for the relief and health- e which hu been brought to mo by your inestimable remedy Lydia EPinkhams Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints such as Fallin and Displacements and Organic Diseases Headache General DebUlty Indigestion and invigorates the whole feminine I Item For the derangements of the Kidneys of either sex Lydia E Pinkhama Veretabio COIIfpfHlH Sa excellent Mr Pinkhama Standing Invitation to Women are mriUd to writ 1f MriPiakhamatLynnMaasFrotathesymptoms given theWonblo- asay be loeated sad the galekeet and surest way of recovery advised s Gr14yw 4 Dont Push The horse can draw the I loadwithout help if you I reduce friction to almost I nothing by applying f J r I MicafAxl irease to the wheels I VI No other lubri cant ever made wears so long and saves so much horsepower Next time try MICA AXLE GREASE Standard 011 Co Iate w ota runjr uui oust R eau tomes was alive Her words came back to me I might leave this flower here and coming again find that it had taken root So might I become your wife The one Is as possible as the other I held out my arms She hesitated and her color deepened Dont think me bold Armand I didnt come seeking you My mother Is not well and I came with her I came You came because the love god sent you sweetheart I finished for her Now come the rest of the way to the arms which may never let you go againShy In her love pulsing with life glowing with happiness she came tome My dream came true The east and the west are met to gether I said Now I think I can write the book which will make the world better Dont begin It Just yet she whis pered with her soft cheek against mine Let the world wait till you have loved me awhile Fifty Years Blacksmith Because you have contracted ordinary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind do not for a moment imagine that colds are not dangerous Everyone knows that pneumonia and chronic catarrh have their origin in a common cold Consumption is not caused by a cold but the cold prepares the system for the re ception and development of the germs that would not otherwise have fonnd lodgement It is the same with all Infectious diseases Diptheria 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 remarkdble cures effected by this preparation have made it a staple article of trade over a large part of the world For sale by Severe Drug Co Better Unknown Into the yard of the great factory crept the rugged urchin while the owner of the establishment watched him from the doorway Presently the urchin bent down and picked up a piece of string This moved the heart of the merchant prince and he stepped forward My Ind be said I have a vacancy for an oUlce boy at 10 shillings a week If you like Ill give you the job for Im sure you will be a nice careful boy I saw you pick up that string and a boy rrho Is careful In little things will be careful In big things Is It a bargain- It was but us the urchin sped home to tell his mother about his good fortune he muttered darkly If he only knew that I picked up that string to fix a tin to his dogs tailLondon TltBlts If yon take Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt relief from backache weak kidneys inflammation of the bladder and urinary troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by All Druggists Dead Office A traveling man received the follow ing telegram from his wife Twins arrived tonight More by mall Ho went at once to the nearest once and sent the following reply I leave for home tonight If more come by mall send to dead letter of fice More Than They Wanted On his trip homeward by trolley a tired business man was annoyed by three middle aged ladies who stood near him They seemed determined that he should otter one of thorn his seat He screened himself behind his pa per and listened to plainly audible remarks about the decline of gallantry This grated on his nerves so he arose and with a profound bow addressed the three Will tho oldest of you ladles honor me by accepting my place Whereupon they became iptcrested in the advertisements over the windows and the man resumed his seatLadles Homo Journal A Close View- Telescope ProprietorStep up ladles and gents and view tho planet Mars One penny mum Old LadyOh lorM Hafnt it round and smooth Telescope Proprietor Will tho bald header treat please step away from the front ef the instrument r y Slightly Mixed An Australian traveling In Japan fel into a mixed company In which were an English girl and an American wo man Ho made himself agreeable ta the American at the start she relates In her account of A Woman Alone In the Heart of Japan by remembering that Americans are accustomed to ride over Niagara tails In tubs Then he switched to the war of the Revolution The whole thing was he said that the colonies refused to send England troops to aid her In a foreign war BO the motherland resolved to subdue her naughty children I guess you have contused It with the war In Africa said the American The Boer war has been so long drawn out you thought It was the sawn as the American Revolution The little English girl saw there wan misunderstanding somewhere There was something about stamps In It she suggested meekly that caused some of the trouble Something about stamps cause a revolution demanded tho Australian Do you mean a stampede or merely postage stamps Did the rage for col lecting exist In those days But no one enlightened him on this and be was left to assort history to suit himself Remarkable Demand The unprecedented prosperity of the country has brought about a remark able demand for competent services Intact it is now impossible to supply this demand The Bowling Green Business University is getting something tike twice as many calls for its graduates as it is able to supply Now is an opportune time for young people to enter business life Free literature giving full information can be had by applying to the Business Un iversity Bowling Green Kentucky Still He Wouldnt Reform This curious tale of old time spirit Ism Is taken by Defoe from Baxters 1C151C91 Historical Discourse on Apparitions There Is now In Lon don an understanding sober pious man oft one of my hearers who has an elder brother a gentleman of con siderable rank who having formerly seemed pious of late years does often fall Into the sin of drunkenness He often lodges long together here In his mothers house and whensoever he Is drunk and has slept himself sober something knocks at his bed head as If one rapped on the wainscot When they remove his bed It follows him Besides other loud noises on other parts where be is that all the house hears they have often watched him and tied his bands lest be should do it himself But his mother declared that she had seen his shoes under the bed taken up and nothing visible to touch them The drunken sinner re fused In spite of these solemn warn ings to abandon his evil ways IPain anywhere pain in the head painful periods Neuralgia toothache all pains can be promptly stopped by a thoroughly safe little Pink Candy Tablet Known by Druggists every where as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Pain simply means congestionundueb- lood pressure at the point where pain exists Dr Shoops Headache Tablets quickly equalize the unnatural blood pressure and pair immediately dep rti Write Dr ahoop Racine Wis and get a free trial package Large box 25 ctsDruggists Short Names An English clergyman Dr Frederick Lee had a prejudice against a long string of Christian names and held that If such names were proposed the clergyman should alter them at baptism whether the parents were willing or not It was said of him that he chris tened all the boys Frederick after himself and all the girls Mary after the Virgin The author of The Life of Walter Pater gives Dr Lees method of christening as follows Name this child he would say In his authprltatlvo voice Archibald Cholmondeley Constan tine Ferdinand perhaps the mother would whisper Frederick she would hear to her amazement and then would follow the formula of baptism- In the vestry of course there would be objectionThis Dr Lee would reply will have to get his living In the world and what do you want to handi cap him with Archibald Campbell Cbolmondflley and all the rest of them for Anyhow its done now and cant be altered Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomases Electric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain andheals the hurts Thatll be quite a swell wedding at your home tonight said the old friend of the family Of course youll give your daughter away No replied the girls father I guess Ill only be lending her I be lieve theyll bo back to live with me Philadelphia Press KILL HE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery +oU4HSPRICEFOR OlDStiel tieroe AND ALL THHOAtAND LUNITROUILES- GUARAMTUD RATZPAOTOR OK MONJCY JUtrUHDXD Avoiding Direct Testimony The wealthy parlshoner had with him his pastor and miles of road were thrown Into clouds of dust by the plunging automobile Halt commanded tho officer but no more attention was given to him than to the Sitting telephone poles Over those poles however sped ames sage and at the next crossroads a bar rier was encountered and also another representative of the law Not only did be break the speed law complained the constable when the party had assembled in court but he also told me to go to the devil You lie thundered the wealthy parishioner I never use such lan guage We must protect our officers from profanity intoned the justice Then turning to the clergyman Perhaps this gentleman who will not make a misstatement will tell us whether or not the devil was mentioned in this controversyYour pleaded the clergy man I and my brethren refer to his Satanic majesty so frequently that any additional allusion to him would not Impress Itself upon me sufficiently to remember the Incident Now York Press A weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak Heart with palpatation or intermittent pulse always means stomach nerves or weak Heart nervesStreugtben- these inside or controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by All Dealers Thn Long Sleeve 7V short sleeve Is destined to last rhr KKI this season but with the first fall frocks we shall be on our way back again to long onesvery long ones for already there are strong In dications of this shown in the crea tions which have come over from Paris and Vienna You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup They like it because it tastes nearly like maple sugar Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs and colds and is good for every member of the family Sold by All Druggists to to of to on IN It coldest and largest room in tie it The lMisewifo or rolls to or Christinas turkey it as neat as any It is airtight and fuel saver lug sold of are Cast and bottoms making it last for without repairs by CO Box VA 30THOUSANDTELEGRAPHERS WANTED DRAUGHONSPRACTICAL PRACTICALBUSINESS illeightboor aerpota Evansville Paducah and St Telegraphy students brarrangement uso railroad Draughons Co home ofllco NashvlU Term has 17fUates oo 8000 students annually 18years men sa TUB studying Oo1c keeping or Shorthand by Dranghons OIU1ITKD methods SIX elsewhere Praughon also has 3000 students learning BY MAIL Write for on Homo or back catalogue FREE Common Sense ExterminatorsF- or x Rats Mice Also Bugs UP RATS MICE Destroys all They eat it in to any food No Stench- It leaving thc BUGS eat it and it Results are No danger in using It is a paste not a to apply- Is the cheapest as so ia required D Babbage CLOVERPORT KY Farmers to the Front o 1 you expect to humbugged all your life by the Trusts If so continue Commercial Fertilizers to per ton that has about 150 200 pounds plant food in them that is from3 4 Be Wise Be Economical Save Time Labor 1 And Money Bymaking your own home a BETTER iL VJE y a i J xi TrtTtm Fertilizer for Jone fourth the cost than any rsii i v mffmmmi aB9famKmifs93Sfs Commercial Fertilizer the by using JARBOES PROCESS r For MakingFHomeMade i AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY PRECINCT THIS COUNTY y Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY the house making cozy busy l can cook anything Irma light a Thanksgiving Still looks just heater made a great Thousands arc be Thousands housekeepers enthusiastic Fine Iron years only UNION STOVE Inc 3745 RICHMOND Louis Draughon3 special wires joCollegesln jvoooo capital success IIUSINEY9 DraughonsL BEST THIIKE months COPY equals Study POSITIONS secured money and Roaches and Bed IT DRIES THEM AND them under conditions preference Dries them up only pelts FOR ROACHES AND BED They kills permanent powder- Is 4 easy little Jno Do be use at 25 30 worth atCfMaggB market lIp9R warms bake tops Made prices FOR them IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO a The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made s m BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BAVBASE SONO Publishing Co Subscription Price 100 a year 185 If paid at the tad of year CARDS OF THANKS over fire lines charge DC at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of b IM per line Money In advance = Issued Every Wednesday = Examine the label on your paper If It ta mat correct please notify as i When ordering a change In the address tnbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 190 7 15000 FROM TOBACCO TRUST The following editorial is taken from the Georgetown Times an old substan tial Democratic paper published 5 in Georgetown Ky Beckham is making a plea to the country people on the temperance question but he has never explained how the managers of his campaign sold outI the country people body and soul t the American Tobacco Co for 15000 Beckham lays great stress in his speeches on some things the senate in vestigating committee did and said but he is as silent as the tomb about this fact which was brought out in the committee Will the country people vote for a man who allows his campaign managers to take 15000 from this great corporation that the farmers are fighting There is not a farmer in Ken tucky but who feels that he is oppressed by this great tobacco corporation and yet when any qne in the Legislatun wanls legislation in favor of the tobacco grower the Beckham henchmen always passed the word down the line that they must not be hurt because they put 15 000 in the campaign fund The only 1law which ever protected the tobacco grower was the McCain law and yet Governor Beckham bad his friends tio repeal it and say to the tobacco growe that the buyer could steal ten pounds out every hogshead and not pay a cent for it Truly a great reformer to ap peal to the farmers of Kentucky We understand that Dr Foote tns pledged to vote for Beckham for Sena tor Is this true Doctor If so wba do the tobacco raisers of this count think about supporting a candidate for Representative who will vote to send tc a the Senate a man who accepted lrOOC from the tobacco trust and who is thus under obligations to favor the worst en emy of the farmer Think about these things before you cast youi vote 1WW DOES DR FOOTE STAAD The Republican candidate for Repre sentative issued a statement Jo the pub lie a month ago to the effect that h e would not use any money nor whisky to buy the election or authorize or permitt it to be done for him by others The people want to know your position on this question Dr Foote You have had three weeks to inform the voters how you stand They want to know if you are going to permit others to use money or whisky or both to buy votes for you Let the people hive a clear positives tement from you on this point Let us have a clean fair election this No vember It is up to you Dr Foote THAT GAME OF BASE BALL Mr Haswell who was the clerk of the last Fiscal Court informs the News that the statement that Judge Moorman adjourned this court to play ball is in correct insofar as to its adjournment for that specific purpose We made the statement upon what we thought to be reliable information as we saw two or three of the members atterding the In stitute some on the streets and the Judge at the ball game and we took iit that our informant knew what he was saying was true Though the Demo crat has misrepresented us frequently we do not desire to injure its editor and we gladly make this statement If you are a Democrat and believe the best interests of your State will be served by voting that ticket do it It Is your right and you should exercise it as a true American citizen But if your 1 1conscience tells you that you can best serve your state your county your com munity by voting the Republican Pro hibition or Socialist tickets it Iis your j duty as a good citizen to vote that way We have no quarrel with any man who casts his own vote and casts it for the party or the man of his choice What we want and what every fairminded man wants is clean voting free from the influences of the party bosses and his henchmen Watch the boss henchmen They are on the grounds now planning and scheming to carry the election and do the boss dirty work Using money and whisky in our election must be cut out If should i orFor your can i his never a lege It to into his can does party it us speech science timents the who from by with every local ono the way perfect an tlon flamed the can to Its case caused troyed We of cannot send for ing Sold Mr John Dr a last was Miss the of last shop the Dowell John Mr Miss was last was Dr the well urday Dr IIIIIIlIe tMrs The the this with etc tirely a Paynef the we Dr Mrs are 1Parr of Hanks was Mrs the was the Mrs R i sister home Mrs Little from parents Mr Warner t matic Cures ham their Mrs their Mr 1 I or two 1 Dr St t In On ii- court the date t- new port law IRVINGTON R M Jolly Jr was In Louisville last week Miss Essie Biggs spent Tuesday iin Louisville shopping- Dr L B Moreman was in Louisville Saturday on a business trip Miss Rebecca Childsof near Weldon is visiting her sister Miss Nanni ChildsMr and Mrs Lewis H Jolly spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville shoppingMrs D Bishoff and children of Lexington are visiting friends in town for a few days Miss Ruth Miller returned Saturday Cloverportrand Hardinsburg Mrs Katie Childs of Gustonwas the guest of Mrs C H Neafus last Sat urday and Sunday Mr Watkins Mudd returned Satur day from Elizabethtown where he has been visiting relatives Mr B B Drury left for Fulton Ky Friday after a two weeks stay here the guest of his brother and sister Mrs Bate Washington wits called to Stephensport Monday to be at the bed side of her sister Mrs Brown Helm Rev E W Graves left Tuesday for Owensboro to attend the Synod meet ing of the Presbyterian church USA Mrs Peyton Henderson and daugh ter Miss Louise Henderson of Louis ville were the guests of Mrs Nora Board Tuesday The many friends of Mrs Nannie Henderson will be sorry to learn of her illness at the home of her daughter Mrs Nora Board Mr Alford Hawes who has had a position in Dempsters Drug store for some months left for his home in Owensboro last Saturday Mr Davis Ashcraft puchased the little cottage on Walnut street owned by Mr R S Bandy and has moved his family The price paid was 525 The series of revival meetings are still continuing at the Methodist church RevGoodsin is doing some fine preach ing and the attendance is good Miss Winklers school has enrolled fourteen wide awake and entergetic pupils The children are doing fine work and will complete a very success ful yearMr Peyton has moved his family from Falls of Rough into the vacant property on Caroline street known by the old familar nametithe Brown property News reaches us of the illness of Mr Arvin Robertson at his home in Gus ton of typhoid fever We are sorry toI hear it and wish him a speedy recovery as he is greatly missed from our burg Mr Alonzo Dowell has just closed a contract with Mr W J Piggott to take charge of his farm at Bewleyville for a year Mr Dowell will move his family to their new home at an early dateMiss Annie Payne and Mr Massie spent two days in Hardinsburg last week attending the great educational meeting of teachers of the fourth con gressional district The style of the new firm in townI that has just opened up is Lyons Dry Goods Co and they have just brought on a new stock of general merchandise and are now ready to serve the public The stock oi goods and store house of R M Jolly Sons have been sold by them to one of the junior members- A M Jolly Jr who will conduct theII business along the same lines as in the past He will at once bring on a new stock and will appreciate and try to please his friends and customers The young people of the Baptist church held a most interesting meeting last Sunday evening from 630 to 730II on the Great Chapters in the bible which included the first eight chapters- of Romans Some special music and papers were gotten up and enjoyed byJJ all Mrs J B Herndon was the leader for the evening The grand stock sale last Thursday I was a success without a doubt and there was a large crowd in attendance Over 75 head of sheep 20 head ofc horses and mules and a few very fine hogs were sold which brought good and t desirable prices The managers as wellI as the auctioneers should be congrattf I lated on how things were managed J HOME WEDDING Miss Bannqn nnd Mr Patterson Married at Eddvville The wedding of Miss Maud Bannon and Mr Oscar Patterson took place at he home of the brides parents In Ed lyville Wednesday Mrs Patterson is pleasantly remembered here as she spent the summer in this city with her sister Mrs Joe SawyerMr owns a grocery store t Eddyville and Is a prosperous business man Before his marriage to Miss BAnnon he was a widower and has one child tics Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eighty tbree yers old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Branson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect theaged and the same happy results follow In all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chit dren too aae greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed alto for stomach liver and kidney troubles soli by Severs Drug Co SOc QLENDEANE Dr R T Dempster is on the sick list this week The work train has been out the short line this week John Kiper of Louisville is at home on a short visit Geo Seaton of Shrewsbury is visiting his brothers this week Col E L Robertson and wife went to Louisville Sunday There was a crowd of youngsters went out to Sand Nob Sunday Mrs Emma Mattiugly of Louisville is visiting friends here this week Mrs D C Moorman is visiting Mrs David Murry of Hardinsburg this weekP B Hoskins has gone to Clover port to put up a storehouse for W H MortonThere was quite a crowd went from here to Hardinsburg this week to at tend court Nolie Ashley and Miss Jannie Riper spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs O A Dowell of Irvington Mr Wright has gone back to Sample on the main line and E F Monahan has taken his place here Miss Arrie B Robertson has gone to Durrant Oklahoma to spend a few weeks with her sister Mrs Ed Full r Dunk Ashley and two children of Sad dler Ky are visiting his brother Louis Ashley and Mrs F M Powell this week The law is designed bj the Government to protect the public form injurious ingredients in both foods and drugs It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manu facturer Elys Cream Balm a success ful remedy for cold in the head nasal catarrh hay fever etc containing no injurious drugs meets fully the require ments of the new law and that fact is prominently stated on every package It contains none of the injurious drugs which are required by the law to be mentioned on the label Hence you can use it safely HARI ED Rev Brear went to Tristler Friday on business J T Kennedy is building a new barn on his farm Rev J W Hughes of Kingswood was here Tuesday Mrs Minnie McCoy was in town Wednesday shopping Misses Ada and Eva Basham were in town Thursday shopping Rev B B Sapp of Kingswood preached at Ephesus Sunday Alexander Butler shipped two car leads of stock from here Wednesday Arthur Hughes and Paul Bourne of Kingswood were in town Wednesday Master Taylor Gray who sprained his ankle one day last week is able to be out Miss Nannie Beauchamp of Kings wood visited her parents at this place SundayMiss Agnes Board of Hardinsburg visited Miss Isabel Moorman of near here A few days last week James Payne who was painfully hurt Sunday by a horse running away with him is able to be out again Guthrie Tucker accompanied by Misses Pearl Snyder and Shellie Quig gins and Joe M Crume visited his parents near Mqpk Sunday A Criminal Attack n an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25c by Severs Drug Co Per Sale 111 Conrad Sippel 5uo1AAN CLoYERPORT KY t U sWhat when the world la harsh and rough Can ward elf many a kick and tuft And help ORe make a WllltllRX bluff Duds UR duds are not old or shopworn they are right J 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 tiling about our clothing is 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 Got into I I some of our new duds Youll feel better and look betterff Mens Winter Wearables 1 I Mens good J Pants lined atI 00 atX650 00suitsBoys 150 and250 Mens Mens Pants Heaviest on the Market f Ky w A rp We bought the stock of goods of R M Jolly Sous We have added a full line of general mer chandise and propose a new in the selling of these goods in We have decided to adopt the Cash System one price to till and that price the lowest Not a nickels worth of goods goes out of our house to anyone no matter how rich or how poor unless we get the money- or its This is the only way to do business the only way I we can do it We think we can make it to every bodys interest to trade with us and pay us Spot Cash We will you a of 25 per cent on all you buy from us Come and see us Come to trade and pay the cash We will take all kinds of country produce to R M Jolly sons Rmf Ky For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for fS per month 2 HAH M acres wellwatered In good p rvsvfU state of cultivation 4roomcot taite Ono stock barn and outbulldlnRs This farm Is Just outside of the city limits of Clo verport It Is rich bottom land tine for truck arden and stock raising Good mar ket for everything raised on It It Is a bar train for some man Cl 7501M acres on Hardinsburg and 31 t of Staking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn 60 acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments C3 950 35Z acres on flardlnsburg and 3 t Falls of Sinking road Z miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dWdlllnKs three bIll barns hog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 1 35O 83 acres 7 acres In timber hick pi t ory black locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements flvo room cottage barn B x 80 stable SO x 32 smokehouse and cellar cistern good and ponds 12 acres in timothy 10 In cover 11 In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons of timothy and clover 8 acres In wheat yield hp bushels and CI tons straw This place IS Rltnated on Clover creek IK miles southeast of Cloverport 30 acres good bottom land rest broken but good strong tillable land Splendid 75A FARM FOR SALE between mile Cloverport off of and lldrdlnsbtirg 7 miles from Clover 3 miles from Hardlnsburg 107 acres 0fort two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry a good orchard For particulars ask Jno liiSahlleFOR SALE 106 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 16 acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat lrlce 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldgo News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR BALE FOR SALE1M acres of land situated near Creole ono mile and a half from Garfield ICy lino tobacco land Improvements one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 4b acres in woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash tosell Price 1500 For further Information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky mitefromacres all level and tn Rood state of cultivation About onehalf In grass 15 acres In timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large barn and plenty of IrvlnlCtonKylookingforsee or write Jim D Babbage Ctovjwpen 00stcrsCravenettes or Rain 00valuesJ Mens Cravenettes or Rain 1000values ICorduroy fi Gardner Bros Irvington New Departure hue departure Irvington equivalent guarantee saving prepared JOLLYSuccessor land I YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO LEARN I TELEGRAPHYand fore has there neon such a crying demand for Telegraph Operators Over 20000 new positions are created on the elKhthourgoing Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Poilllont Un der a f150 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from 155 to 190 per month for beginners We have standing con Under Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our schoal wows Established over expensesCatalog NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE CINCINNATI O i J q 1 FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine I Boiler I ElectricalII t G FasoI F y h Tin and Galva- nixed Work JI Plumbers MillII F Boat and Tin g ners l M SuppliesCome r Clover ortFo I fiiLI r I Ii Machineh Co k t Prices Reasonable Satfofactfcn Guaranteed CerrccpMfeMc r 5 Solicited l J tp i J T TI HEALTH t INSURANCE TIle man who Insures his Hfe II J j wise for his family The man who insures his health te wise both for his family ad j kmtseif t You may Insure health by par t I tacit It is werth guwdlnr III At the first attack ef disease tti Which generally approaches through the LIVER and maul1 feats Itself In innumerable way TAKE Tults Pills I And save your health p- M 1 t PERSONAL AND LOCAL t fGhas Herman has returned to Tel 9 City r t Ellis Whitley was here from Owens pro Saturday- L Chas Moorman was at home Sunday 4fromVersailles Daisey Miller of Owensboro has lo 1cated in Arkansas see Mrs Murphy who is ill at her home in this city Mr and Mrs John C Stiff are vis- Iting in Union Star N Harry Hills of Richmond was here Saturday on business Mrs Jennie Minor of Louisville is f visiting in Henderson Mrs Ben Ridgeway has returned home from Henderson Black velvet hats at remarkable prices at Mrs James Cordreys Mr and Mrs Tom Watkins of St t Joseph No artived here Monday Mrs Chas Bouffier has returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives Robert Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Friday Mrs Marion Ryan will arrive from Jr Cairo 111 this week to visit relatives Mrs Joe Fallon and children will k leave soon for their home in Louisville i Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss i Ruth have returned home from Durant ITMr and Mrs E H Kingsberry of Orell nre the guests of Mrs Allen lfingeberry Mr and Mrs Tony Nichols and daugh ter Louise returned Sunday from HawesVilleA of the midwinter milli nery will be on exhibtiun at Mrs Polks tomorrowMr Mrs John Taul were here from Hardinsburg Saturday the guests of Mrs Aldridge The ladies of theBaptist church will t serve dinner in Oelzes Hall election day November 5 Mr and Mrs Young of Morganfl Id are the guests of their daughter Mrs t Chas B Skillmnn Mr and Mrs John Matthews have returned to their home in Philadelphia after a visit in New York Franklin and Dr Kincheloe and Chas Edmonds of Hardinsburg have been the guests of friends Chas May Jr has returned to Shrevesport La after spending sev eral weeks with his parents Miss Drew Gregory has returned home from a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs George Dean at Cincinnati J H Lawson and Miss Nell White ti house were the guests of Mrs Alfred Heston at Hardinsburg Sunday Miss Cornelia Ditto has returned to her home In Louisville after a visit to relatives at Brandenburg and Big T Springifp Mrs R N Hudson Mrs Fred Fraize and Mrs J D Gregory have returned from Tobinsport after a visit to Mrs r Florence Simons Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad and I son Samuel Edward have teturned c home from Mt Sterling after a visit to Mr and Mrs George Chick Vivian Pierce hasbeen enjoying a southern trip which included a visit to Chattanooga LookOut Mountain and other points of interest Frank Rock Cliff Stinnett Jess Stin 1 1nettand Frank Macey of Hardinsburg were here Friday en route to Alexis Ill where the will locate Rev Ed Graves was here from Irving ton Sunday and held services at Presbyterian church He was theII tahnedat the Sntterfield home = Mrs Robert Polk is in Louisville Stanley Brown is visiting at Ekroi Oscar Blaine has returned from Kirk t Will Bowmer of Louisville was her SundayMiss Laura Satterfield is visiting in Owensboro Miss Grace Ferry was home Sundayi from Louisville Mrs Wm H Hovious has returned home from Owensboro Mr and Mrs Chas Waggoner are visiting In Stephensport Miss Etta Walls of Stephensport iis the guest of Mrs M Brown Prince Davis of Cincinnati has been the guest of Miss Ruth Haynes Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough is visiting in Washington D C Mr and Mrs John Neubauer have returned home from Owensboro- A little girl has arrived at the horn of Mr and Mrs Ernest Aldridge Moorman Ditto of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Carrie Pate Sunday Miss Tabeling arrived here Monday morning from Witchita Kas to visit relativesThe shapes and shades are given in the midwinter hats at Mrs James Cordreys Clarence Jackson and Roy Carpenter of New Albany were the guests of friends Sunday Mrs F N DHuy went to Hardins burg Monday to visit Mr Milt Milk and other relatives Miss Lydia Goering is expected this week from Hawesville to visit Mrs Hovious Behen Mrs Mollie McCracken was entertained Sunday at the home of Mr anJ Mrs Nathaniel Tucker Mrs D Stuart Miller Jr and daughter Sarah and Mrs Venabl have gone to Owensboro- Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and daugh ter Jane will leave tomorrow for Ed dyville to visit Mrs Bannon Misses Rose Agnew and Docia Mat theny are assisting Miss Young in Mrs Robt Polks millinery parlors Commonwealths Attorney Layman was here from Hardinsburg Thursday to attend the speaking of Col Ben JohnsonMrs Laura Jolly and Mrs Nellie McGary of Kirk and Miss Laura May of McQuady have been the guests of Mrs Thos Lewis Shoes Shoes and rubbers Remem ber I have one of the largest lines of shoes and rubbers in the county to select from and will positively say I have the best prices according to ma terials in the goods Julian H Brown 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 Bucklene Arnica Sdlve Its out of sight out of mind and out ol existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 2sc BLACK JACK NOTES Tom Miller has begun his new house Eugene Medleys children are on the sick list Mr R Lamb sold Ben Clarkson o- I3igpring for 26 JL W Shacklett is suffeaing from a arbuncle on his neck George Prather and Frank Whealon eft Monday for Indiana Miss Cyntha Mclutire spent Sunday at her home near Salem Mrs Bettie Wright spent one day last veek with Ltda Medley Mrs J H Shacklett went to Brandenburg one day last week Mr and Mrs Eugene Medley wen to Irandenburg Friday shopping Ernest Brown spent last Sunday with his father H D Brown near Guston Miss Inez Dowell has returned home after spending two weeks with relatives at Ekron Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett spent last Saturday with Mr and Mrs R P lagan near Buck Grove Mrs Ava Burch and children spent everal days last week with her mother nlaw Mrs Laura Burch near Garrett Dr Hardesty returned from Paynes rille Monday to resume his practice here His family will remain on the farm for the present Messrs Emerson arid Clayton Bradley ntertained Miss Nannie Smith Cora nd Nell Dowell of Irvington Dock dams of Hill Grove and Frank Smith and family of Guston Sunday ttCllcaQtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO That hacking cough continues Because your system is exhausted and 0your powers of resistance weakened 0 Take Scotfj Emttteion It builds up and strengthens your entire system It contains Cod Liver Oiland Hypophosphites pared that it is easy to take and easy to digest ALL DRUCCISTSi 5k AND 10- 0OOOOOO I SOCIETY IN- CLOVERPORT I The falling autumn leaves have awakened the listless dreamers and started them a working a going and a laughing In fact the whole sock atmosphere seems to be astir even Cloverport is very gay Tis a dinner a club meeting or a pay church supper at least something of the kind ever afternoon and evening and the yours mothers and their daughters do not stop until the fire is kindled at twilight to relieve the chill of the October even ings Among the most pleasant affair of the week were Mr and Mrs Jame Youngers dinner in honor of Col Ben Johnson the meeting of the Girls club at Miss Grace Planks home am Mrs Haynes entertainment in hono of Mrs Young of Morganfield am Mrs DHuy of Evanston Ill 000 MRS BOWNE ENTERTAINS Mrs Edward Bowne gave a smar and delightful afternoon party Friday Progressive games were played and five tables were used One lady progress ed because she threaded the mos needles and another got her hand painted tally card punched for naming the most cities However Mrs L T Reid carried off the prize Dainty refreshments were served and a most en joyable time was had by the guests who were Misses Georgia White Margaret and Lizzie Skillman Ruth Haynes Francis Smith Josie Raitt Lucy McGavock Irene and Annie Jar boe Jennie Warfield Kite Oglesby Jane Hambleton Mesdames LTReid Wickliffe DeHaven Frank Payne John Jarboe W H Bowmer Fred Ferry Abe Skillman Eugene Haynes Byrne Severs Ed English 000 Mrs P N DHuy of Evanston Ill end Mrs Young of Morganfield were guests of honor at a fortytwo party Saturday at the home of Mrs Eugene Haynes Mrs Haynes was assisted in ntertaining by her charming daughter Miss RulK Haynes 000 There is one young girl in Cloverport who might become ftynous as a cake taker if she keeps on She is a tiny ittle creature and often times is com I pelled to stand on her tip toes to get hings from the pantry shelves but she can make big cakes that simply melt in your mouth Any kind from angels ake to devils food the little cook can stir up to suit a kings taste so if you lo not know who she is it will pay to ook her up especially if you are cake hungry ono LUCKY THIRTEEN The Girls Club which was called veek before last by Miss Lula Severs fad its second meeting at the home of the Misses Plank Wednesday and will be entertained this afternoon by Miss Rebecca Willis The club will be known asClThff Lucky Thirteen this season in accordance with the number of the members who are Misses Grace EvaI and Edith PlankJennie HarrisRebecca and Martha Willis Lula Severs Margaret Moorman Annie Jarboe Ray ieyser Margaret Burn Edna Jarboe and Louise Babbage 000 Mrs Lucy Temple has returned to wensboro where she will make her home with her brother Mr J WLafoe whose marriage to Miss Annie Chambers of Lewisport took place last reek During Mrs Temples visit in Moverport she was the guest of Judge and Mrs J H Wills and was exten ively entertained by her friends here 000 Society is a strange circle and many mysterious things go on therein It has the schemes like cobwebs so finely woven that they can hardly be felt or seen but they are there just the same Sometimes the largest ones are broken dthin amoment Just the other day a hostess had her table set for eight and at the appointed hour one of the guests walked in with two friends whom head taken the privilege to invite without giving the hostess any fore word Even the host got uneasy but it came tut all right at least the Juncheon did The blue points were rearranged and the cook made the courses good for ten stead of the invited number Just ringing them In is an old custom but fashion shuts thedoor on it now When plates are laid for eight the caterer means eight and no more 000D- ELIGHTFUL BOAT PARTY MrB L Daniels took a number of friends to Cannelton Ind Sunday inl his gasoline launch His guests were lessrs Howard Conley Chas Howard Tom Faith Tom Ferry Raymond Pate and Dr Frank Hook ooo The Ladles Reading Club was entertained by Miss Kate Oglesby last week and will meet at the home f Mrs noon C W Moorman tomorrow ofII 1 a + Wantst representative for Clover WantedLocal and vicinity to look pfu and Increase lubitcrlp turn list of a prominent monthly magazine on a saary and commission basis Exper- Ience desirable but not necessary opportunity for right person Address GoodII llsher Box 69 Station 0 New York WANTEDCook white or colored apply Mrs D STEWART MILLER All persons having claims against the estat of James Singleton deceased will present same before The Dank of Ilardlnsburg I Trust Co properly proven before Nov 1007 Send me the hill receipted Very respect fully M H BEARD Cashier- WANTEDA man with team and tools to tend a farm near Sample W j DEICKMAN Stepliensport Ky r FOR HALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline KnRlncs MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville KY FOIL RENTFine river bottom farm of 116 on railroad Good tenent house and out buildings 16 acres In orchard and 1acres In grass the rest In good fix for anything The very best of land well watered For further Information apply to MRS JANNAU HARDIN Holt Ky FAR SALE Book of Destinyfortune boot at News office j H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law j HARDINSBURQ KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of nreckenrldge and adjoining count er Special attention given to col ectlons wad cases and criminal practice License 10 practice In Untied States 1tstr H Courts Office over Dank of Hardlnsburz Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares r Every Saturday trains 113 114 11s and 118 and all trains Sundays Round- trip I tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the t new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers t are required by the railroads S in the United States Positions pay from r60 to 80 per month to beginners t You can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to theJ National Telegraph Institute Cincinii nati Ohio RAYHOND I ISeveral from here attended the horse sale at Irvington last Thursday R A Smith of Stephensport spent one day last week with Mr Thomas Hall Mrs Richard Avitt and daughter of Lodiburg were in the neighborhood last week Henry Mattingly has moved in the rouse with Mrs Mory E Ater and will aise a crop there this coming year Chester Chappell and Walter Cash nan who have been in Indiana for sometime returned home last Thursday- Mr and Mrs Elisha Cashman of hoenix Indiana are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs G W Cashman Mr and Mrs Oral Coomes and Mr ind Mrs Ezra Lanman were in Brandenburg last Thursday preparatory to going to house keeping Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ointment It cured ne permanentlylion John R arrett Mayor Girard Alaa- ieititAi1517151y1A71itStkitkSt tiliStkAAU- C i C XYOUNG LEARN TELEGRAPHY g The railroads need you for x- f operators Salaries 55000 to 12500 per month x t No other trade or profes xx- Sionf can be learned in as short I- If time or pay as good salary x at the start It We are exclusively a Telegraph II- It School Students given a thorough II Telegraphic education Pos 4 itions furnished or tuition refunded t- t c t KENTUCKY SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY i OWENSBORO KY It II tSlA31A71i1i1AA71ASakAkAkltittARititClMiller Tile Ca1In- corporatedf Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v V Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 II I 00 F Building Kvensboro Kentucky I RI AT NOLTEG I I IINEas in Wraps II Teddy Bear Cloaks for the i Little Ones j I Stylish Garments For Misses I Swell Coats Furs and Muffs j 1r1 i rr IIComforts and Blankets r EverybodyI Get Ahead of Jack Frost Now I I JlC Nolte Si Bro c Cloverport Ky I fi efiS1m- sI f 1 r tF rea I b W 1 t1i 1 Jqqlll qptli p1 111H114 IflltIj IC t i i j ii I L r I I I IF 11 I 1 i I Ii a Ib I I f I 111- rlll it jilipmjJIJJtI hh- r i Jt 1JfR- fI r I Cadick Milling Co i jlSj fSmIfii used to your is kind with to have It Try a to n 11 have James M Lewis with us and Mill is good best and our several at prices from 1 to J325 Our best as as Stool 200 75c each Book 500 Oak 200 Two new Sets further information address D News KY THE MISERS HOARD Wo sometimes of people who prefer to keep their at home as they in some of banking it The sequel is that it gets lost strayed or in some way your in our bank it is safe it be drawing and you can get it you want it Be wise an ac count with us now of 1 PIES and ilike mother fjmake lie within reach GOLD DUST the Iwhich make de licious flaky crusts and ffm light tempting cakes We in ter and half sacks andquarI rels small you doubt our recomenda ffm tion You are sure come back for more ralt PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Contractor associated can IWe plans and estimates for buildings Work of material and workmanship IIOurare reasonable We have grades of roofing per square Ruberiod will last long the building 1 HouseholdGoods For Sale Piano Rocking Chairs Case Center Table Dinner For H- Breckenridge CLOVERPORT hear money hidden suppose safe place instead frequently stolen Put money where absolutely where will interest whore when Open Bank Cloverport CLOYERPORT CAKES CATMCKS FLOUR IIndiana Indianarl1 Iffin8m CLOVERPORT r JEWELRYrThe finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware L HollowareFlatware a Musical instruments and findings tt TC Lewis Sonrr Hardinsburg Ky r We are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks Than Usual and 4 Have Some Goody Ones Now Do You Need One Severs Drug Co S J f v V r T = u V j PT 4T = I Beating the- Bryan I By LESTER CORNING 8 Copyright 1907 by C H Sutcllffo J 1 1That woman Is back again snap- ped1 Mrs Paulding Her son smiled i That woman could be none other than Mrs Bryan tho only person In Glondale who dared challenge Mrs Pauldings pretensions to social leader got In last night said Fred IshipI They had three weeks at the two weeks In the mountains and 1 a month In New York They brought I back a lot of things from there And where did you get all this Information I demanded Mrs Paulding In icy tones j Nancy said Fred promptly I met I her down at the postofllce and walked part of the way homo with her- Ii wish you would remember that I do not like to have you speak to that loud person said Mrs Paulding fret fully Mrs Beeman had the audacity to ask at the sewing circle the other afternoon If you were engaged to NancyThere doesnt seem to be a chance for such luck said Fred gloomily RM he rose from the table Every time I ask her she reminds me how our re spective mothersinlaw would love us Every time echoed his astonished mother May I ask how many times you have lowered your dignity by pro posing to that Impudent girl About a hundred was the easy response One of these days Ill catch her off her guard and shell say Yes I hope I may never live to see the day said his mother dolefully- I hope you do he said with a laugh as he bent and kissed the tightly compressed lips Youd like her mum sey If you didnt hate her mother so Fred slipped out of the room and his mother could hear the rumble of his fNASOy AND I WKKK MARRIED HALl AN noun AGO laughter as he crossed the broad hall For a time she sat with compressed lips as she pondered the situation Un til two years before she had queened it over the Glendale set both by virtue of her husbands business and political importance and because of her own skill as an entertainer Then the new pulp mill had been started at the upper dam and HenCe Bryan has brought his family to live in Clendale From the first the two women had crossed swords Mrs Bryan who had humbly followed other leaders in the city now asserted her right to the title In the small town and by the I brilliancy of her entertainments she had very nearly wrested social sue premacy from her established rival be fore Mrs Paulding had realized what was going on Her own entertainments became more ambitious and for the last year the advantage had lain first with one and then the other To have Fred tall a victim to Nancy Bryan was the worst blow she had sustained and had she known that Nancys mother was as furious as she at the turn affairs had taken she would have de rived small comfort from that fact In blissful ignorance of Mrs Bryans state of mind she elected to believe It a move of that designing woman To add to the discomfort of the situa tion she beard during the day that Mrs Bryan was to celebrate her re turn by a garden party of unusual pre tentlousness A number of her city friends were to make up a house party and there was to be dancing on the lawn to the music of an orchestra famous through out the state In her calmer moments Mrs Pauld Ing would have waited for revenge but Freds admission of his love anger ed her so that she lost her usual cau tion and announced a party for the same afternoon and evening She en gaged a brass band for the promenade music and arranged for a troupe of Arabian acrobats to perform on then lawn fJQiendale society was shaken to its I wastHrongiithe medium of officious friends tY 7- t 1 R some new feature was added as an oft sot until It seemed that nothing short of tho engagement of a circus could definitely settle the honors It was In this frame of mind that Mrs Fauldlng approached her son You know that automobile you wanted she begun at the breakfast table Ill get It for you If you canale vise some feature that Mrs Bryan can not possibly get for her party That woman has copied every Idea I have originated so far Do you give me carte blanche he demandedSpend as much as you like she murmuredAnd wont ask what It is until I spring It he stipulated I promise she said I may rely upon you Fred For the sensation of the season he assured take heart of grace mother mine I am planning to shako Glen dale to Its very foundations Much relieved Mrs Paulding hurried to confide to her dearest friends that she would have a sensation that could not be equaled This in duo course was communicated to Mrs Bryan who worried much but since Mrs Pauld Ing did not herself know the nature of the surprise she could not betray Freds plans The day of the double header as Paulding Irreverently referred to it dawned bright and beautiful and by 2 oclock the festivities were under way There were circus performances ont both lawn and honors seemed fairly even Mrs Paulding went about withI a smile of confidence upon her facet and with skillful references to her sur prise kept curiosity up to pitch Thet afternoon passed without the appearance of the surprise and the dusk hadI gathered before Fred disappeared andt word was passed that he had gone to engineer the great event An hour later the Pauldlng butler sought his mis tress and she vanished into the house She found Fred in tho library an I with him was Nancy Bryan- I want to Introduce you to the sensation said Fred with a laugh as hei led the girl forward Nancy and 1 were married half an hour ago And this is your surprise she gaspedCould you have a greater one he asked Every one knows of the ri valry between you and Mrs Bryan If you turn your party Into a wedding re ception youll beat Mrs Bryan to a standstill Youve been bragging about your surprise You pretend you knew it was coming all along and the laugh is on Mrs Bryan For a moment Mrs Paulding hesi tated In 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remember tb name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Fwanv Root and the address Binghamton N Y ton every bottin Up Mrs Bryans party with your coun ter attractions I guess Ive leapt my promise havent IMrs Paulding patted the curly head I shedagreed You have shaken us all to our very foundations Then putting on her best smile she led the way to the piazza to meet Mrs Bryan at the Lead of her guests Cures Rheumatism and CatarrhMedicine Free lienjno moneySimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains swollen muscles and joints of rheuma tism or the foul breath hawing spitt lag droppings in throat had hearing specks flying before the eyes all play ed out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 to 40 years standing after doctors hot springs end patent medicines has all paltentsttaken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases Impossible for any lone 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 Bloodemedical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Two Foolish Situations A farmer went into a hardware store and while purchasing some tools was asked by the proprietor if he did not want to buy a bicycle- A bicycle wont eat Its head off said the man and you can ride around your farm on It Theyre cheap now and I can let you have one for 35 Id ruther put the a35 In a cow replied the farmer Youd look almighty foolish riding round your farm on a cow said the hardware man sarcastically- No more foolish than I would milk ing a bicycle A Sure Cure He was very sIck and his doctor told him that he had to change his mode of living and prescribed going to bed early eating more roast beef drinking beef tea a months rest at some quiet watering place and just one cigar a day A month later the In valid met the doctor and tho latter complimented him on his Improved np pearance Yes doctor said the patient 611 look better because I am better I went to bed early ate mororoast beef spent a month In the country and took great care of myself but that ono cigar a day nearly killed me for 1 had never smoked before- Washington and Teacher Differed The teacher was announcing tho holi day of Feb 22 and asking them ques tions concerning Its observance among others why the birthday of Washing ton should be celebrated more than that of any one else Why she added more than mine You may tell mo she said to a little fellow eager to explain Because he never told a He I Tho After College Girls Complaint- A lady was calling on some friends one summer afternoon The talk buzzed along briskly fans waved and the daughter of the house kept twitch- Ing uncomfortably frowning and mak ing little smothered exclamations of annoyance Finally with a sigh she roso and left the room Your daughter said the visitor scorns to be suffering from the heat No said the hostessuShe is just back homo from college and sho is suffering from the family grammar I I ISIX COLLEGE CLUBHOUSE I Iolnt Building For Organizations of Alumni of New England institutions A nine story house in Now York fo college won the lower third of which will be common to the New York graduates of six New England Insti tutions and the other sixninths apportioned a ninth apiece to the graduates of each of the institutions is the latest idea In clubhouses says the New York Tribune The originator of the plant Aliston Sargent secretary of the club of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in East Twentyeighth street says ItI has been received with enthusiasm by New York graduates of the six institu tions Amherat Brown Dartmouth Massachusetts Institute of Technolo gy Wesleyan and Williams The New York men who have attended each of them now have clubs of their own the average membership which is about 800 That number makes a good sized club but not large enough to provide the advantages of the houses of the Harvard Yale and Princeton grad uatosFive hundred thousand dollars Is the amount which it is planned to raise among the members of the six college clubs for tho new building With 300 members to a club this means thnt tho composite New England organlzu tlon would start out with a member ship of 1800 and those interested in the plan think that this number could easily be increased to 2600 or 3000 The additional members would be drawn from graduates of the Institutions named who do not at present be long to the clubs bearing the name of their alma mater but would do so if tho proper facilities for a clubhouse were offered The site suggested for the house is in or near College row or Clubhouse al ley as West Fortyfourth street bo tween Fifth and Sixth avenues has como to be known In the nine story building considered there would be room enough for billiard and smoking rooms bowling alleys squash courts a large dining room an assembly room and sleeping apartments To these all members would have access while a floor apiece would be reserved for the preservation of the half dozen col lege atmospheres The maintenance of each of the college floors would be left to its frequenters while the general administration of tho building would be looked after by a house com mltteo made up of representatives of each of the component clubs If the scheme proves to be a success It is posslbe that it may be Imitated by graduates of colleges with insufficient numbers to maintain n clubhouse themselves There may be a New York Pacific Coast Colleges club a Now York State University club and a Middle Western association Yard Times in Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the pros perous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a bard time he en countered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I trieJ Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaran teed by Severs Drug Co 50and 1 Trial bottle free- venCEls or tae nansiorio It It were not for the countless trillions of dust particles that float separately Invisible In the atmosphere there could be no raindrops snow crys tals or hailstones From a perfectly dustless atmosphere the moisture would descend In ceaseless rain without drops The dust particles serve as nuclei about which the vapor gathers The snow crystal Is the most beauti moIstUreI dinary The heart of every hailstone Is a tiny speck of dust Such a speck with a little moisture condensed about it Is the germ from which may be formed u hailstone capable of fell Ing a man or smashing a window But first it must be caught up by a current 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lllJill It11 Jill J UNDAY morning Sunday morn 1 S ing in June Two old wen sat under the 2t shade of the maple trees In llie front yard while the church bells r jangled and Jarred and boomed over thehousetops and out across the valley Ip ff Pears to me like church bells soun fromeinteered the old man with the blllygoat t Ii beard he whom the boys affectionately r called Uncle Joe lv Same way with a brass band observed Uncle Billy he of the smooth fr shaven face You glt up close an It y sort o rasps your nerves an breshes r your fur all the wrong way But git it fc J away off say bout half a mile of a i atlll evenln an I kin shetmy eyes I j nr imagine I hear tho heavenly hosts J atwangln on their harps an poundln their cymbals Yes Ive noticed the same thing Bill Say do you remember when we was little codgers when we first begin to go pardners an heerd a church bell the lust time We maglned It said Come oh come Jest as plain an upeakln Shorely shorely An that reminds mel Its glttln mighty near churchf i time an I must be pokln along Joe K I wlshtold as you air tooI wlsht V pyoud go to churchoftener r Old Uncle Joe nodded I jl spose you do Bill I spose you do Id like to real well but not today I cant go today Fact is Bill I dont want you to do anything ag in your conscience but Ive laid off to take n walk today a little walk out in the country As I said I dont want you t to do anything agln your conscience but Id kind o set my mind on bavin you go with me Much obleeged Joseph much obleeged But I couldnt think of It I havent missed church for nigh on twenty years Ando you thinly It is t right to go awanderln off that way L on Sunday Do you now Right Shucks Of course It Is Look here Bill Fer the sake of nrgy went say we take a walk We go outt along the green hedgerows We seer- J the wild roses bloom In an the growln corn We hear the mockln birds aelngln fit to kill We take great big full breaths of country airsame as s we used to when we were pardners l Dont you remember how we used to see who could make his chlst swell the biggest Healthy wasnt It All them things Is Innocent an all them things Is good Who made em God What for did he make em Fer you nn me to enjoy How can we enjoy em here In town We jest cant Which Is worst now You go to church an you sit there on a hard seat an by an by slid o Ilstcnln to the preacher the fust thing you know you feel the soft air stealln through the winder an then a bird song floats In on the air an it makes you feel good all over An then the fust thing you know you dont know a blessed t thing the preacher Is sayln Aint that BO now William Aint that so I dont know but that It Issome times feebly admitted Uncle Billy Of course Its so triumphantly ex claimed Uncle Joe Now let me tell you what Bill You go with me today Lets take n walk Lets take our din ner along Lets go out fer an old fash toned good day of enjoyln ourselves an when we gt back an Ill leave It to you Bill If you say we havent hud + oft rot ntd t altnn Joysole tlmei like wtt used to have pardnerswyIllery Sunday for six months Uncle Billy paused hesitated and the man who hesitates you know the rest of the proverb Uncle Joe was once again the dominant power in the partnership that had begun when they were boys years and years and years ago While the second bell was calling Come oh come two bent forms crept stealthily out through the sub urban orchard climbed the fence very carefully and stole down the Inside oti the hedgerow along a turning row toward the river Joseph when Uncle Billy said Joseph in the way he said It then it meant he was going to say something not quite commonplace Joseph it was Jest sech u day as this when my first wifewhen Mary and Iwas walkln home from mectln down In the old neighborhoodwhen I mus tered up courage to ask her If shed have me The brown thrushes was singln an the wild roses was in bloom I remember cause she asked me to gether a bokay of em I had no jackknife an pullln em off I tore my hand on a big prickly briar She tied up my scratched hand with her handkcrchcr an when I felt the touch of her soft fingers as she did It I up an oat her to let me take her hand until death should part us An she diduntil death parted us A strange light burned dimly In Uncle Joes eyes as he listeneda light that flickered for an Instant and shed out even as a tiny flame will some times shoot up and die out from a deserted campfire smoldering by the roadside in the darkness He too In the long ago had wor shiped at the shrine of Mary but Billy had never known Half an hour later they were at the old sycamore whose misshapen trunk bung far out over the pool of water where as boys they had fished and bathed on many a happy summer day Im glad theres no boys here to day sighed Uncle Billy It does secmawful tofile that boys as is brought up by respectable God fear in parents will be so wicked as to fish an swim on the Sabbath day- Boy nature an boss nature is pur ty much alike the world over sage ly responded Uncle Joe I dont see that boys Is any WUKS than they war when we was boys Bill you know youve been licked like sixty fer the same identical tricks An licked fer what Jest cause you was nhavln the only downright rale good time you ever got a chance to have I never had any boys of my own but Ill tell you right here that If I had forty boys an they all wanted to go Bwlmmln on Sunday why they could go an whats more Id go with em The audacious wickedness of such a sentiment fairly took away Uncle Bil lysbreathWhy Joseph you you shorely wouldnt think o beln so wicked I Wicked uothlnl Thats Jest the way you used to talk when we was boys pardners It was Joseph an Joseph I An you was into as much devilment as I was too An always makin folks believe at I led you Into lit Dog my sjdu Im gotn to have that fish if I have to wade in an chase him out on the bank Uncle Joe had while talking taken a hook and line from his pocket and fastened It to an abandoned pole Then he managed to catch a grasshopper lIe Impaled it to his satisfac ion and gave u cast that showed he had once been a not unscientific angler But dexterous as was the cast the bass refused to rise to the alluring hopper Uncle Billy sat In the shad and looked on with grave troubled face What would old Brother lies chain say if he were to hear of his deviation from the straight and nar row path No doubt at this moment Brother Meecham was standing up be fore the class telling his hopes and fears his temptations and triumphs WhAt if the Lord should call me TurnThe as high as you can theres no dangeras low as you please theres no smell Thats because the smokeless device prevents smoke or smell that means a steady flow of glowing heat for every ounce of fuel burned in a PERFECTIONOil Equipped wh Smokeless Device can carry it about and care for it just as easily as a 11 IIYou oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours lampIIin Japan and nickel Every heater warranted cheerinessSS ij Steadyhriant j brats nickel plated latest improved central draft t burner Every limp warranted If your dealer can not supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Laap write our nearest agency for descriptive csrcukr- STANVAKB OIL COMPANY Ja1I-i a- D I v right now nn firiclrae here atttlel1ver fish InIThe agony of the thought made UnIcle Billy groan nloudIShet up Bill Fish wont bite If you wake iso much noise- I iou t clUe If they dont JooJJ youre old enough to know better than to fish on Sunday Well stop your clatter or Ill comeII back there an make you Now It hail beets Uncle Billys tallII Ing whoa a boy not to be able to take a dare lie always got the worst orjj The big fixh hojttn to wow mans or tlrimj physical encounters but the very next time he wins dared lie would again leajl n forlorn hope because he was a coward a moral coward So little wonder Is It that under the old feeling of moral cowardice he rev plied Oh you will will you Mebby youd like to try It right now Bill If you dont suet your old fool mouth IllIll come lip there an make you eat dfrt You will will you yelled the now properly Infuriated William You will will you Id like to see you try It on Try It on right now Uncle Joe stuck his fish pole In the sand Spilt on his hands anti walked Ui to his belllco e pardner lIe made a grab for ViHi Billys collar but Uncle Billy slid under his arm caught hln side holts 11111 under holts at that As n boy tussle It would have been commonplace But when old men wrestle Each mans face showed tense set Jaws and watchful eyes At that Instant Uncle Billy happened to glance toward the river lie wxm dered If any one was watching His glance caught the violent sway of the fishing pole He broke holts troll ex claimed Joe youve got Iml Uncle Joe made a clumsy rheumatic old run and was just In time to grasp the pole as It pulled out of the sand Dexterously he guided the fish for his muscular sense told him that the line was not strong enough to draw the game captive from the water He play ed it as well as he could hoping to tiro It But his prey kept dashing wildly from side to side of the pool Uncle Joes old arms grow tired hBIII Bill Youll have to spell me a bit Im tuckered out Ill go havers with you- Uncle Billy had forgotten his late misgivings In the excitement of the moment He relieved Uncle Joe who dropped down In the shade panting The big fish began to show signs of tiring The struggles grew more feeble the rushes less frequent With a wheezy shout of triumph Uncle Billy swung It to land and JUMDlB Jeboehaohatl Blllrl Billy I va W3 Uple Joe was down on the grass rollf goer npd over in nn ecstasy ot mirthWhawhats the matter Joe Air you sick anxiously queried Uncle BillyOh nuthlns the matter Billy an swered Uncle Joe when at last he roso to a sitting posture only1 your bass aint a bass Its nothln but a dratted garWith I a look of disgust Uncle Billy dispatched the shark of inland waters and the pardners ate their dinner After dinner they sat In the shade and grew reminiscent Bygone sports Blelghlhg picnics showsthe young folks of two generations ago were brought to life again Sometimes their voices rang with almost boyish laugh ter Sometimes their eyes grew misty with tears and over all the glorious sky of the June Sabbath and through all the voice of the water falling over the rife up stream Bill shores I live theres a red birds nest In that ellum Shew I wish I was sixty years younger How Id like to look In that nest and see If redbirds eggs look like they used to when we was boys You used to be a mighty good climber Billy What say you to cllmbln up an glttln me an egg or two Me climb at my age Why yes Im only a year older n you Billy but you are a dozen times more soople than I be Ive watched your back as you go down the street an you step as spry as a boy of twentyUncle Billy was not proof against this flattery- If I bed a rail an youd boost me a little I might try Uncle Joe found a rail put one end against the tree and gave Uncle Billy the required boost He reached the lower limbs in safety and In a short time had secured the eggs which he dropped one by one Into Uncle Joes hankercher Then he started to get down When he reached the lower limbs the rail was goneSay Joe put back that rail- I guess youd better stay up there Billy where you kin keep cool Its nwful hot down here Please Joel Dont act a fool Please put up the rail Please do Ob I duuno Billy I guess Ill hey to leave you now Its glttln late any how nn I dont want to be out in the night air And Joe started as if to leaveJoe Joe Come back Joe Come back Please No Billy Guess Id better glt back to town an let folks know where you air What you spose Brother Mee chain will say when he hears youve been fishlnan robbin poor little In nocent birds nests Think of It You at your age an on Sunday too And then Joe was gone Humiliation and rage were tumul tuous In the soul of Uncle Billy With a bra wry horn of desperation he cooned out along thIS limb It swayed tinder his weight but he knew an elm limb would not break Lower and lower It swayed under him until he felt safe In dropping to the ground When he touched ground and convinced himself that lie was free frond hurt a mighty resolve entered bin heart If he could only lay hands on that Joe what a settlement then would be Just then Uncle Joe emerged from behind n tree In a paroxysm of laughter You came down haw haw haw Jest like nhaw haw haw Jest like n coon and he bent almost double In an ecstasyypf mirth Ill coon you you miserable old white head d reprobate And then the two old boys hail their last boy fightWhen the battle was over Uncle Joes shirt collar was minus a button hole his sleeve was torn and he was expectorating mouthfuls of sand and grass that mail lpeeal forced Into It by the irate William For Uncle Hilly himself ho had a scratched fare front which tho blood oozed In little sweat like drops But for once In his life he had whipped his pardner made him tat dirt and say enough Then they both agreed that It was nIl In run Billy aint you afeord your uapH lick you fer goln to the river 011I Sunday Uncle Hilly responded with a feeble mirthless laugh sand then his old face took on a IHok of Infinite yearning Out of the gathering shadows arose the old lo fnnnhoiuie with Its roof of clapboards Leaning upon till paling trout gate was his father his father as he hind been III mlddlo life live and sixty years ago lie saw lilmsolf a barefoot boy In homespun trou ers coming up tie woods path that led froze the llshhut hole He could hear the swish of the beech sprout wielded by his father could feel again the sharp pain of Its strokes lIe heard his mother who was straining the milk at the springy house door say Thomas dont be too hard on tins boy Like enough that Joo Graham coaxed him to A sense of pain wrenched his heart as the scene faded and ho slowly1 an sweredI unno Joe but pears like Id swap my soul off hldo and tall as the feller says if I Jest was a boy agln And Uncle Joe with a childish qua ver in his old voice responded- Me too- Dont get out of patience with the baby when it Is peevish and restless and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about Itlust give it a little Cascasweet Cascasweet is a cor recttvefor the stomachs of babies and druKsS01d oJ n n I ITHE MANNISH COAT It II Much In Evidence For Full Gib ton Waists Reaching to the roofs piles of coats of all kinds are to be seen In the great factories where the garments are made for womankind These coats are for early autumn use now so close upon us and while at first glance they may seem to be very near like those of last season we may find many shades of difference In the first place almost every one has something about It which looks unmistakably mannish Be it the roll of the collar the straight true lines In back and front or the very mannish pockets each has Its fancyEtouthis Is In Itself an anomaly since the Etons are copied from the short coats of the boys at Eton college In England Many short and tight fitting coats are seen the skirts to them quite flar ing Some of these coats reach the hips while others are almost to the knees There are three seams In time straightdownand have one shaping seam quite over the shoulder down to the hem In the back Flat and fancy shaped collars are set on these In some cases wbll edltbeingfancy braid A tourist coat has the fitting seam down the front which causes the figureFlatcollar which closes with six sliver buttons The material Is fine gray melton Three tailored pockets make the only finish save the stitching and the coat sleeves have stitched cuffs This particular coat is rounded slightly at the front while some of the others are really cutaways One of this special style is of fine brown broadcloth and is double breast ed and sharply cut away In front while the collar Is long narrow and In shawl shape The back fits by three seams There are coat sleeves to this also Many suits of fine striped serge or cheviot are made the coat of the same material as the skirt and frt quently u tight fitted waist beneath for cold days One very elegant suit of this description was displayed the material being n beautiful shade of panne gray chev lot The skirt was entirely plain with slightly flared gores The coat fitted to the figure closely and was devoid of any trimming save the buttons that closed It and the natty tailor made pockets Coat sleeves mind a pat man collar finished what was u desirable suitThe same design In a biscuit serge Is made more youthful by the absence of n collar and the addition of a band of black velvet ribbon piped with v NEW conS roil AUTUMN white The sleeves are laid In n hoi low plait to the elbow and have limey cuffs of the velvet binding aroundI them Time coat Is double breasted yet only three buttons show and the are of frosted sliver There Is n determined endeavor to force tho second empire stylus upon us The hints of the Eugenic reign ace the same as those worn today with sllghtShanges and these principally in the wiry they are garnished Flounces tucks and double skirt mire all union the new gowns which will be placed on view early in September The fancy for bands of satin silk or velvet ribbon about tho foot of trio skirts dates from tho second empire but It Is a pretty style So Is that of having a loch flounce of embroidery wizen the material In a gown will al low it- There is so to call It a roc 11111 cs cence of Gibson waists nnd they are found In abundance among all tIle newest of the output They hard the effect of apparently broadening the shoulders and the girl of today likes to look as broad of shoulder ns her ilLz brother Surplice wnlsts are In high favor and will be seen In soft four lards Dots of all sizes are seen puce good design having white dots nf three or four sizes on a rich maroon ground Dainty figures timid tiny checks are In evidence Shanghai silk in blue and tan makes a handsomeI suit of jacket and skirt but nil tin silk has not much body It Is necessary to line It for cold fall days Time Eng lish checked suitings are In high furor OLIVE HARPER Why Colds Are Dangerous Samnel R Worley of Hixburg Vit 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 heat liniment I ever used It For vale by Sever Drag Co WNHESIBIlI NUBLACKL- oaded t Black Powder Shotgun Shells perfect genuity coupled with firstclass materials and modern methods of manufacture can make them They are sure patterns strong and will stand reloading Ask for Nublacks next time THEY HELP MAKE BIQ BAQS At the News Office School Books School Supplies New Box Paper- Magazines New Novels 25 Detective Stories 10e each Books on ltypnotism 25c each Post Cards of Cloverport and Tar Springs 2 for 5c Post Card Albums 25c each Shawl Straps oc and lOc each y v Mail Orders Promptly Filled L nM L 1 1Mb lABLh EAST HOUND J Clovaryo507AMi arrive at Louisville 725 A M No I IS tally Mull iica tjpress leaves Clo erport S30 A M stops at all way stations rrlves Louisville 1215 p ro Train No 114 Dully font mall leaves Clu vurport 4IO p nj stops at all way stations atLoutsv111eTrain No Ufa Dally fxrcpt Saturday Clo verport uccommoJatlou arrives Oloverport 84Su m No llf Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport f48 p m arrives Louisville 11 25 SlOps except Addis n Sam ticlipiery Loalburg Webster LOUR Branch Buttles und Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally excel t Sunday Oioverport accommi datloi leave Cloverport 800 a m arrives KrnnsvIle800i expressleavesHawesville Lewlsfirt Macoo Owensboro Stanley fiend rs In and Evansvllle arrives St Louts 715 p m Train No 113 Mull ar rives Oloverport 740 p mEvansville 1030 Lt m Stops at all stations No 115aally St Louis fast train leavesClo rerport 11 Mi PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A 5151 Louis f40 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Olo vt rportH5o a m arrives Evansville 1115 p m Makes till stops Except Pates a Chair earN on trains HI and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping i cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 nnd p 148 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch t rTrainKordsvlllo 430 atres Irvington 840 r am Train No 4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllu 3W p m arrives Irvlnmon 5t20 p tii Train No 8 Sunday onlY Fordi + vll Iu030 a m Irvington 903R m WEST BOUND i Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves rvlngtonlOtaS a m arrives Fordsville 245 p m Train No 5 Dully leaves livlrgton 610 m arrives KordHvllle 940 u ni oJ Put Your Money r4 where It will grow under v your own control and grow aster than In any other siif way Write for our tree booklet N which tells all about bow to Bank by Mutt 7fromWe pay 5 per cent Interest I dcures j J i J Newst4 I WEDNESDAY OCT 23 1907 I Knowing Miss Knowlton By MARSHALL LEONARD Copyright 1907 by William Darcy It seemed to Truvern that life really k began for him when tin came to Lester to superintend the building of the eleo Uric works for until thou lira bad been uneventful and be hud not known of Ada Knowlton Even now be merely knew of her for Trovers was not u ladles man Ho was too terribly In earnest to shine In society and though III had been In Lester for nearly two months he seem ed as far from his goal as over Every Sunday he went to church and ant where he could watch the choir where Ada sang the stained glass forming R background for the shapely golden bead The Rev Josiah Rumford watched approvingly the expression of rapt Interest that was upon Travers face all through the sermon He could not notice that the keen blue eyes of the young contractor were upon the choir rather than upon the pulpit and he felt gratified that he should bold his auditor so well So it happened that the Rev Josiah stopped at the new factory one morn- Ing and extended an Invitation to Travers to tyln a church picnic the following week It Is almost n family affair he ex a planned as Ilmmles hand went down into his trousers pocket I am not selling tickets It IB purely by Invltn tlon and only for the members of the Sunday school but I thought that per hops you might like to meet some of the young people and get acquainted Jimmy beamed upon the kindly old man us he thought of Ada Knowlton and accepted the Invitation with un ef fusiveness that caused the minister to wonder at certain comments he had beard regarding the unsociability of the newcomer Ho Is most cordial he told his wife I am sure that be needs only to get acquainted to be a decided addi tion to our little society I am sorry that I did not look him up earlier Trevors echoed the same sentiment as he went about bin work Surely at 0 DONT MOVE BAID A OESTIJB VOWS the picnic lie Mioild meet Miss 1Kuowl ton and unvoting Miss Knowlton Inn almost become an obsession with him He clIuilKMl over the stagings and pint forms with u light heart us he luiaglu ed the manner In which they nhould meet He rather fancied an Introduc tion under the trees lie would ad vance with bared head and bow low over her hand Then she would Rive him one of those sunny smiles that at most seemed to be her habitual expres sion and they would go walking to gether In the leafy shade Over and nvor li nxMitnllv r hanrsed this scent rJ I until it became almost real to mm But nt the last moment there camo a complication at the factory and It was after 11 when Travera finally got away He lost his way trying to drive out In a livery buggy and when at last he came to the lake lunch was over and the merrymakers bad scat tered through the woods The minister and his wife Insisted that he have something to eat and then motherly Mrs Itumford took him In charge and Introduced him to every one In sight but Ada Knowlton was nowhere to be seen He made himself agreeable to the others but his eyes continually sought a sight of the pink dress and golden head that had been the attraction He bad seen them drive past on their way to the lake and he had carefully noted the dress but not a glimpse of It did be get until well along In the after noonHere and there the surface of the lake was dotted with small boats and canoes and In one of the latter be saw the flash of pink that seemed to communicate Its color to his face Miss Knowlton and alonel And she was paddling In to the landing With assumed carelessness he directed his steps toward the tiny wharf to which the boats were tied Ho would hel on band to assist her from the canoe and perhaps after he had Introduced himself there might be a chance for the walk after nil He had just reached the dock and the frail craft was but twenty yards away when some one called to the navigator and she turned to respond with a wave of her puddle As she did so the canoe tipped over and she wax spilled into the water White with horror Travers stripped ofT his coat and his low shoes unit dived to tier assistance He was splendid swimmer and his heart beat high as he thought of the opportunity that bad been offered him Then something loomed dark above Ills head There was H shock and nil became black It was half an hour later that Travers opened his eyes again and looked up Into Ada Knowl tons face bending anxiously over him His head throbbed with pale and ho was conscious that It was done up In bandagesDont move sold a gentle voice You will be alt right In a few mo ments You were struck on the bead by the canoe You wero the rescued Instead of tbo rescuer laughed Dr Pyfrom Miss Knowlton brought you to shore I am so sorry she said bending over I was pushing the boat In front of me and did not notice that any one had dived after me I should have been more careful but never supposed that any one would imagine that I was In danger You see explained the doctor the lake Is only three or tour feet deep and when we spill out we just walk ashore And I like an ass didnt know lint murmured lra ors I only saw that Mss Kuowltou hud gone over board and I diii not know but what she might be In trouble She seemed to be struggling That was my skirt explained the girl It caught in the gunwale and I luau to detach It before I could find my footingI I thats about explanation I enough put In the physician dontt want to have you come down with a cold on top of n cut scalp I guessI youd better drive Into town MissI Kuowltou needs to go too She Is soak ed Do you think you can handle your horse Im all right now declared Tray ers rising to his feet with the doctorsI aid The crowd melted away and Dr Iyfrom and the minister led him to his buggy Miss Knowlton climbed In aft er him and they started oft I suppose said Trn vcrs as they cleared the grove you must think that I nut lacking In courtesy In not thanking you for saving my life but I am so upset You ought to scold me for Injuring you she declared It was very awk ward of me You couldnt know that I was going to swim out to you he reminded I think I should apologize for being in the lake at all The girls laugh rang out at the sug gestlon Im rather glad that you wore there she said though I am sorry that you were injured I never was rescued before Nor performed a rescue ho reminded I dont suppose that you can claim a gold medal for life saving I dont want a reward aha Insist i i y h I One trial will convince thatI i Slowns n I 1 i I Liiyinveixtwill relieve soreness and stiffness quicker and easier than any other preparation purposeItbone quickens the blood drives away fatigue and gives strength and elasticity to the muscles Thousands use Sloans Liniment for rheumatism neuralgia toothache sprains contracted muscles stiff Ijjoints cuts bruises burns cramp or colic and insect stings + PRICE 25 50t 6100 j1 r DrEad S SJoonBosfonMassUSA ed You should be entitled to the reward if any one was because you did not realize that n rescue was not dan gerous I am sufficiently rewarded In that 1 I know yon he declared I have been wanting to meet you for some time Miss ICnowltou blushed and changed the subject She could not admit that she too bad felt an Interest but In her heart she was glad that they knew each other and when Ira ers took ad vantage of his unconventional Introduction to call frequently It was not long before she consented to reward him with her hand In the conventional fashion decreed by custom Its such a short courtship she said but I feel that I have known you for years It all depends upon the Introduc tion said Travers smilingly Bless that boatl Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without ia pennys cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as DrShoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dealers Everybody Has Met Him The melancholy man looked more than usually downcast so depressed In fact tbat ono of his acquaintances was rash enough to ask him what was the matter Oh everything replied the melon choly man- Market been against you Noo not exactly was the re Joinder but Im considerably worried over what may happen next week Sickness at home Not yet replied the melancholy man though Im afraid that Im get ting ready for my regular touch of malaria about this time of year Forewarned Is forearmed returned the other with as much cheerfulness as be could summon up under the circum Htances I see Some one of your friends Is In trouble and Its preying on your mind Friends sniffed the melancholy man Much Rood It would do my friends If I gave them advice Think of them 7 Of course I do but for all the benefit they derive from what 1 tell them 1 might as well never give them any thoughts nt all tell what In thunder Is It1 asked the other coming back to first prin clplesOh everything replied the melan holy man as be despondently turned rfway New York Press Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your druggist for them The Wisdon at Dorothy Dorothy ilotv not refgh MInt let nlone to go to deep One night after she Is tjkrrl IQ tied by her mother who them leave her he calls to her father and asks It hp Isnt coining to bed after he finishes his dinner Yes Ill go to ted as soon as my Blnner digests All right come upstairs now Your llnner will digest upstairs Just as well is down argues the young hopeful ludges Library Notice Tax Payers All City and School Taxes for the year 1907 ate due Pay now and avoid the penalty CHARLIE MAY City and School Tax Collector Office in rear room Cloverport Bank IMorrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky- GRIZZLY of heroic sloe lazy muscles lies COWARD we fear and yet despise whose relentless tusks Are content with acorn husks Robber whose exploits neer soared Oer the bees or squirrels hoard Whiskered chin and feeble nose Claws of steel on baby toesHere In solitude and shade Shambling shuffling plantigrade Be thy courses undismayed Here where Nature makes thy bed Let thy rude halt human tread Point to hidden Indian springs Lost In ferns and fragrant grasses Hovered oer by timid wings Where tho wood duck lightly passes Where the wild bee holds her sweets Epicurean retreats Fit for thee and better than Fearful spoils of dangerous man In thy fat jowled deviltry Friar Tuck shall live In thee Thou mayst levy tithe and dole Thou shalt spread the woodland cheer From the pilgrim taking toll Match thy cunning with his fear thyOIlYetI Bret Harte THE ASSAULT WINGED rocket curving A through An amethyst trajectory Blew up the magazines of dew Within the fortress of the bee Bomo say the tulip mortar sent The mlrsllo forth I do not know- I scarcely saw which way It went Its whisk of flame surprised me so I heard the sudden hum and boom And saa the arc of purple light Across tho gardens rosy gloom Then something glorious blurred my sight The bees forgot to sound alarm And did not pause their gates to lock A topaz terror took by storm The tower of the hollyhock Above the roso a halo hung As if a bomb had been a gem And round the dahlias head was swung A blade that looked a diadem What more befell I cannot say By ruby glint and emerald gleam My sense was dazed thegarden lay Around me like an opal dreamI Maurice Thompson N UNITED BRETHREN HOLD CONFERENCE Opening Meeting Today At BbJIins ChurchTwenty Minist ers in Attendance This morning at 9 oclock the annua conference of the church of the Unitec Brethren of Kentucky has its first meet- Ing of Its conference which will hole forth until Sunday at Bollins chapel of The Louisville District eight mile from this city The delegates commenced to arrive In Cloverport yesterday fifteen coming on the morning train Thirty minis ters are expected and will be entertain ed by the people of Patesville and in that neighborhood Bishop Carterof ChattanoogaTenn will direct the conference and will be assisted by the Rev WRGentrypresid ing elder and the Rev Henry Craig pastor of the Bollins church The conference extends a cordial in vitation to people of Cloverport to at tend the sessions of the convention Will Teach in Oklahoma Misses Lena and Carrie Hays ol West View left Monday for Temple Oklahomawhere they will teach school They are intelligent as well as being very attractive young women which assures them success in their new field When You Are Bilious The only salvation for the person with n torpid liver according to What to Eat is through a changed system of dletectlcs combined with exercise IIn the outdoor air calisthenics and deep breathing The person witha hart liver should habitually practice 11tI- Ind long breathing fllllng the lungs at each Inhalation The curative dietary must consist principally of nerve or bruin rood Including flab and n reason able amount of beef with generous quantities of cereal foods and tbo fruits that are rich to acids In warm wcathet it Ila bet to abstain from milk altogether Butter and vegetable fats olive oil boiled rice baked apples baked potatoes grnhnin or whole wheat broad sort boiled eggs all constitute n safe nnd nourishing diet for the bilious person At the first symptom of biliousness squeeze the Juice of half n lemon la the water you drink Just before breakfast and before going to bed at night FACTS IN FEW LINES One county in Maine last year ship ped 10700000 bushels of potatoes Carelessness of a workman in opening the sluices too soon sunk the French submarine boat Gymnote at Toulon and she was ruined It Is estimated that the total first cost of Englands present navy was 670000000 and about 300000000 has been spent In the last ten years In 1832 there was a ten hour movement among the shipwrights and calk ers of New England and several strikes resulted which proved success fulHaving started Its American series with the Amerlka the HamburgAmer ican steamship line continues with the President Lincoln and next fall will add the General Grant Theodore H Davis the archaeolo gist has just brought to this country from Egypt an alabaster statue of Queen Tel which dates back to 1300 B C It is to be presented to the New York Museum of Art- Work upon the tunnel which Is to couple Turin with the Riviera has not yet begun The railway line between Cuneo and Ventlmeglla by which It is approached on the Italian side IB how ever practically completed Work has been begun by Germau philologists on material collected dur- Ing the last nine years for a dictionary of the Egyptian language The lan guage goes back more than 8000 years and there are more than 1000000 sign used In It In every room in a certain Maine hotel Is pinned on the wall a large sized piece of sandpaper Over It IB this request Please dont scratch your matches here Needless to say that Is where all the matches are scratchedTwo pound shot were dug up by workmen In Waterville Me recently It IB thought that they were Bred from British warships or from the American batteries across the harbor during the occupancy of the town by the English forces Out of a 3000000 appropriation by the Cuban congress for the relief of Buffering occasioned by the last wines floods in the different provinces 9f the Island a Havana paper states that 203000 has been allotted to road building In Plnar del Rio province- In the new disease known as tennis elbow there Is usually local tender ness on pressure with acute pain on extending the arm There Is seldom my swelling The trouble is thought to be duo to tearing of the muscular fiber and Ills very persistent often recurrlnsc even after lqiZrDst PERUNA RECEIVES PRAISE tjf1 For Relieving Such Symptoms as Debility Backache and Headache j THERE are a great many phases of ailments that require the assistance of the surgeon But by far the greater number of tuck cases art aaeaable to correct mtiklmal treatment No surgeon in tho world has relieved so many women from the different phases of al fonts peculiar to womankind as DrHartman through tho use of Pornna Ho receives many letters from all parts of tho country relating to subjects of vital Interest to womankind r a w Very Precarious Condition Mrs Lutte Ward 617 Tracy Avo II Kansas City Mo writes A few years ago my health was in a very precarious condition the result of stay o3uDlg0 star u mu 1nodna o noppjqjoj mu I lqqUJ aql Palldaa SlmtuD ol tom 1Ui 01- 1UUA ZJOj am pu UJUIS nof oauqtt lIaAit 1no pojaniq atolls 3nnoC oqj canons oqcjomoona un JBJJU pun mjq 1U Xnnojni pajjooi jqqna oqx n1 oju pits ALOIPJ SunoC SJnq u jj oluJ pinoo oqs ojojoq jnq JBD jeans popuo u HI nutnoM Suno n oj JBDS ejq o3 oJ nasjjn puq q 8J1II jqqmi pojou aqx psoJ0 IH Isuray- soauddlZ ipajpjd Jinq unqj ajotn 11 10f uoAuq I pun top nu JiqQBJ oqJ no jpOAV JB pauq uaq sad sofa Suiqjaiuos 01111 o 3ABq KndC PJBJJB raj jnq jonujp JOJ WWU Pdliojq B qjjAi not ospdans ouuam i auo not ja3 oj 1aJum aqj oJ 7U3AIL Sajujoui sql Siaua os jjqqBJ paint not 1uq Las not pwaq I JUOp oas noi SdaJ OtU sum 44raB I oaoJ D fay BdmAs v uj Aqqnq mot otnuo 4lauo Gum pan8nul llnlpu Jp thI noX Hno OHM sjq tiqi JOAOO opuouipgootg sjp nj araoq gjq O= uooa J9JB ono O8 patun aj pnuqsnq oqx fluROOo Jay jo sapnoad SJ s uara iqsildaioodB A reca jaq jo oqAV jf9 Saivalia4i 8nlmtoga v oJ IaJUJM 18J jo aLvp lUO oqj anjanp pajuBra BUM noIog jo nemqnp UAIOUTI HaM y odl s oN- parnor pJWog ion sesmoL Ill laJa1JQ1 vuaploali PIO Ut fl J 1Ai InoxjaqDBex op IaaPluiPIO IBnuwjouSf PJOA aqj oBulnlI- It etoutl not Oa1iJlnoJ aagatoy auo v JaAapl2UaPeau PIO tnoJC Boom BnmBJOuB j ou noL OABH sTJnox Jegavoy warp jo UOB jaqonx true ova Lag qpjx napjBan pio iajIJAV pan peat BJBd eioqi uj s uap JSOl eq Its uv0tiny Jagovoy- epeJ Ateuy BEWLEYVILLEi Pierce Hardaway bought a pair of Duroc Jersey hogs at Greensburg Ind at a fancy price Farmers about hers have finished sowing wheat Mr G P Paul our old village black smith is quite feeble Miss Beulah Payne who is teaching school near Custer spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs Lena Crosier after visiting friends and relatives for the past ten days left for Webster Monday to visit Mr T B Henderson and family Misses Ina McCoy and Hannah Pile Of tho ras t multitude of women Dr Hartman cures annually only a small percent of them consider It aeewMty to write to the Doctor at all Not one in a thousand of these for 1 tunate women report their success Of those who do write testimonials only a- very small per cent aro ever us dia t public print- WhUeUi 1 not affirmed that Penwill cure every case of this kind it S certainly the part of wMom forever womam to afflicted to rive Peruam m Mr trial Her chances of relief are aoEmany that any woman would be doingI herself an injustice to neglect aaeh 11an opportu t nity of relief s MMA EQ1LDNER Mrs Emma E Glldner 729 Santafa Ave Denver Ool7inancial Secretary Germanla Order der Haragarl writes Perna has been m greatblesslag to me I suffered agonies with severe headaches and a weak back and could hardly drag myself around Jtakingand induced mo to try it Isoon found thatIwaabeing helpeuauU1nlCSUhSU three weeks I felt like m ditereai woman and infour months Iwas well Poruna certainly gave me strength- I consider it aa Ideal womaatt remedy III Kodol j attended Teachers District Association IIat Hardinsburg Friday i Mrs W A Walker and children willtreturn to their home in Hardinsburg itMondayMrs Mary Paul fieaty and children of Chilhowee Mo is spending this week with her sister Mrs Owen Kasey Mr and Mrs Lloyd Neil and Mr and Mrs E F Neil and son Harley of Dawson county Nebraska visited i Mr Thos J Jollys last week Overton Blanford attended grand lodge at Louisville last week Mrs D S Campbell and daughter w Mary left for their home at Greens burg Ky Monday Miss Walker accompanied her Miss Minnie Stith after MinnieIIthree weeks vacation at home to her work at Washington tparentsSeveral from this place attended 4t the stock sale at Irvington Thursday fMiss Annie Compton was in Hardins burg two days last week Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly dis appear when you take DeWitts Little Esrly Riser PUla Sold by All Druggists TAR FORK 1 Ivan Robbins has gone to Evansville Mrs 6 W Rice visited Mrs W H RobbinsMr Jackson was in Cloverport Tuesday L Mr and Mrs O W Rice were In Cloverport Saturday The infant son of Mr and Mrs Jim Burdette is improving fast W P Ryan of Kirk Was In this i S community a few days last week Miss Lessie Newton visited her I parents at Cloverport Saturday and i Sunday N B Rice has returned from Irvingrtop and Owensboro where he has been visiting relatives Allen Newby J N Chancellor and W H Robbins attended court at- m Hardinsburg Monday Miss Mathews Burden and Mr Lamer of Glendeane were visiting at W H 1 1 Robbins last Sunday Messrs T N Chancellor Ed Hookiand J N Chancellor attended court at Hardinsburg Thurday FOR DYSPEPSIA rJY DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT h Rulms Indigestion Stomach e1 hlnzorQSewf11ferBIK aeM Week Kld 1AIta1 E O Z WITT I IForSaI by ell Drugiict T 1 u a