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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ar i j l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS m ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTi t v VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1907T 8 Pages NO 16 H u tt J AMERICAN SOCIETY OF J EQUITY TAKES ACTION f 4 ra 1 t1 jleet tft Owensboro and Have a Campaign Plans4fI I Other Notes About the Growers t i ht A delegation from the Green River Tobacco Growers Association of the t American Society of Equity nearly 500 jjstrong representing five counties of the i l Green river district met in Owensboro Tuesday morning of last week and tspent the day and night organizing and mapping out a campaign The sole obi ject of their meeting was to formulate Y plans to prevent the 1907 crop of to bacco being placed on the market while cropspooledisunsold and the aim was not to dis- bandq until thorough canvass had been 5 Dade of the five counties to ask every Jj farmer to pledge his crop and to re quest all the largest tobacco factories in Owensboro to immediately recall their buyers who were going over the I district making contracts for thousands of pounds of this years crop of tobacco On Wednesday morning the farmers army was divided into four detach ments each under the command of a j captain and with a definite line of i march maped out started from the i courthouse unarmed and in a peaceful state to carry out their plans Ir Headed by their newly elected gen eral L E Robertson State organizer of the A S of E they visited the fol lowing factories The Imperial Gal laher limited American J M Vaughn and Frank Birk The growers were successful and by Thursday the largest companies an Lnounced that they had recalled all of rf their buyers and would not send them lout again until the present agitation had quieted down The work of visiting the homes of the farmers who had not pooled their to bacco was kept up until Saturday and most all the territory in Daviess county was covered by the different armies of the A S of E most of them having great success in getting all those who had not pooled their tobaccd to sign pledges to do so Monday a number of recruits were enlisted and the army left Owensboro and started for McLean county Nothing has been made public an to whether or not a second campaign will be made in Daviess I Owensboro Helps JiApetition was circulated among the business and other men of Owensboro 1 1i asking for concessions to the A Sof E and was numerously signed The petition stated that the citizens of Ow ensboro and Daviess county endorsed the action of the members of the A S ofE in their peaceful efforts to escape the danger that threatened them I AS of E Call Meeting A meeting has been called by the Breckenricge county chairman Matthew 7T t n Shrewsberry oL the A S of E toVbe held at Hardinsburg Saturday 1t November 2 Mr Shrewsberry states 17 ci there is some important business to be r attended to and he urges every mom is t bar to be present r Ft ItEquity Notes f 9y JThe fifth annual convention of the National American Society of Equity IndianapolisasstL adjourned 7 jfe Mr Henry S Berry a delegate to jfetljMj convention had a lengthy article Win Sundays Owensboro Messenger A tliatter of much interest in his article was about Mr J A Everitt in which he writes as follows Mr Everitt w y j who beyond a question of a doubt was p the originator of the great idea upon iiyhich the society was founded saw L himself confronted by accusations and K was compelled to decline to stand for reelection to the presidency Those Swho brought the charges against him claimed to have the evidence that would substantiate every charge while Irlle claimed that he was accused and- yr denied the chance to confront the charges and clear his name C M Barnett of Ohio county was fa leeted president Mr Stutts of Illi nois was elected vicepresident and trirPauleyof North Dakota was l ckoseta secretary Mr Berrysarticle also contained the following What seemed to be such a storm that would shake the society turned out to be only a squall and I dare say that never was a quarrel settled that left so little sting and unpleasantness As prearranged in the Kentucky caucus Mr Everitt waS called to the stage at this time and made a speech offering the new presi dent his hand and promising to give his aid and support to the new officers in carrying out the aims of the society that was so dear to him His speech touched the hearts of the convention and made every one assembled with that the unpleasant taskof turning him down could have been obviated The national headquarters of the A S of E will probably be transferred from Indianapolis to Louisville The tobacco growers of Fayette and Woodford counties at their conventions last week decided not to raise any to bacco in 1908 The National Tobacco Growers are holding a meeting at Shelbyville today Wlty CIJs tr iiSamuel R Worley of Hixburg Vaf has been shoeing horses for more than fifty yeers He says Chamberlains Pain Balm has given me great relief from lame back and rheumatism It is the best liniment I ever used II For sale by Severs Drug C- oRAMSEYSANDERS Young People Are Married Sun dayThe Bride Is Sixteen The wedding of Mr Sammuel Ramsey and Miss Minnie Lee Sanders took place Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and MrsJames Sandersnear this place Mrs Ramsey is a popular girl only sixteen years of age The village of MinnyVille near Tar Springs was named for her Mr Ramsey is a promising young man and has many friends here Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your druggist for them Local Announcements The choir of the Methodist church will give a song service Sunday evening November at the preaching hour The anthems that will be rendered on this occasion are beautiful some of the selections being from Gabriel The music will be under the direction of Mr A H Murray and will be led by Miss Eva Mayo o o Halloween will be celebrated on Fri day afternoon at the Cloverport Graded school in the rooms of the intermediate and primary departments Misses Mc Coyand Margaret Wroe assisted by Miss Edith Burn are arranging some unique features for the celebration 000 The first buttons of the Littles Cross and Crown Series will be given to very person present at the Methodist Sunday school Sunday morning November 3 o o o- Rally Day will be celebrated the third Sunday in November by the Methodist Sunday School The pro gramme for tbis occasion will be under the direction of Miss Ida White 000- At the prayerjmeetlng of the Method staImentThe soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a God send and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patbnt breathes freely prehaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purify ing elements of the solid form and it never fails to satisfy Sold by all druggists for 75c including sprayin- gI e or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren I StreetNOw York I Q HIGH NOON WEDDING TODAY Miss Alma Weatherholt Will Wed A Young Man From The Far West A wedding of much interest to many will take place today when Miss Alma Weatherholt becomes the bride of Mr Hugh Finch The ceremony will be solemnized at high noon at the Methodist parsonage at Cannelton Ind the Rev Walls officiating Miss Weatherholt is a popular young lady of Tobinsport Jnd and Mr Finch is of Coffeeville Kans where the young couple will make their home Regular Packet Service The Louisville Evansville Packets which have been tied up in Louisville on account of the Locks being repaired have resumed their regular runs Out f 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 Bucklone Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind endout of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 25c Notice to TaxPayers On November a penalty and 250 courtcost will go on all unpaid taxes in School District No1 Remember the date and come and pay to avoid the new law Chas May Sr School Tax CloverIport SAD DEATH Lovely Young Girl A Victim of TyphoidWas in tier Seven teenth Year Chenault Ky Oct 29Speclal When just in the verge of womanhood and with every promise of a beautiful Ute Mary Greenwell died of typhoid fever Sunday morning October 19 after a short illness The interment took place in the St Thereseas cemetery the following day the services being conducted by the Rev Father Raux Miss Greenwell was the daughter of I Mr and Mrs Martin Greenwell of this place and was seventeen years of age Besides her parents she is sur vived by two sisters and six brothers Her bright cheerful disposition won for her a host of friends who deeply sym pathize with her grieved parents Thomas A Edison the great Amer can inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improptr food or too much food people are inclined to overin duge themselves This is where in digestion finds its beggining in nearly every case The stomach can do just so much work and no more and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them It is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help andwarns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this at once t y taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will cIo this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach It is pleasant to take ItI digests what you eat Sold by All Druggists John P Haswell Jr Candidate For The Legislature Stands on the Following Resolu tions Adopted by the Convention Which Nominated Him We condemn the present revenue law especially that feature which provides for the issuing of tax warrants thereby imposing heavy penalties on the poor taxpayers in which local officials are the sole beneficiaries and from which the Commonwealth receives no benefits and if the Republican party is put in power we pledge ourselves to its repeal RESOLVED We condemn the proposed amend ment to the Constitution to be voted upon at the ensuing election because the intention of same is and the result would be if adopted a further means to make bribery and intimidation more easy 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 new 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 llaw 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 lie 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 wjgre more than 2000 tax war rants issued in Breckenridge 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 A VOTER- s SALEM ASSOCIATION IBaptists Have Two Days Meeting at RaymondFifteen Churches Represented The Salem Baptist Association had a two days session Wednesday and Thurs day at Raymond Both days there were many in attendance and plenty of fried chicken was served to the vis itors by the people of Raymond ExJudge W L Hagar was moderator and Rev B G Saunders was clerk They were both reelected to their respective offices of the Associa tionThe annual reports were read mis sions and other matters of interest were discussed by the members and delegates On account of their beloved pastor the Rev Everett English being ill with eye trouble the Rev D F Shack lette of Ekron acted as minister pro ternThe Rev L S Sanders field agent for the Louisville Baptist Orphans Home was there and made an address in the interest of the homes work The meeting was very beneficial and so enjoyable that the association would be pleased to meet at Raymond next year A Crimln Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made iu that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its gener ally the result of protracted constipa tion following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver pre vent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 2Gc by Severs Drug Co Additional Local I Best Royal Blue Gum Boot S3 75 at Julian Browns Mr Tom Watkins has returned to St Joseph Mo Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison are vis iting in Louisville Clovas Bolds has gone to Owensboro to accept a position Rev L S Sanders was here Saturday from Raymond Miss Virginia McGavock has returned home from Skillman Mrs Chas Rhoem of Owensboro iis the guest of relatives Mrs Leonard Oelze is expected home this week from Louisville Mr Dix of Louisville is here in the interest of the Y M C A J Carpenter of New Albany is th guest of Mrs John Neubauer Richard Wathen went to Irvingto- Sunday to visit Mrs Nannie Wathen Lace gum boot combination 4 and best leather boot 350 Julian Bruwn rComplete line of winter hosiery fo women men and children Julian H BrownThe most distinctive styles in milll nerv can be purchased at Mrs James CordreysMr Mrs George Hall have moved from Holt to make this place their home Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison and children have returned home from New Albany The newest shapes in this seasons hats have just been received at Mrs James Cordreys W R Polk and Mrs Jocy Simons and daughter Carrie Mae attended church at Deer Creek Ind Sunday Miss Jennie Mabel Harris and Mis Martha Willis went to Louisville Sat urday to see Mary Mannering- Mr and Mrs James Younger and daughter Eudora spent Wednesday with Mrs Harry Conover in Owens boro Mr and Mrs Frank Shellman and Miss Ida Dutschke have returned to Holt after visiting Miss Fanny Kransc- at Rome Ind Best ready mixed paint on the mar ket at 135 per gallon Sheetiron wood stone 225 each and other fine bargains for winter at Julian Browns Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cinci nati Ohio 4 SPLENDID U B- CONFERENCE United Brethren Adjourned Sun JayAppointments Read By Bishop Carter The annual conference of the United Brethen of the Louisville District of Kentucky which had been in session since Wednesday at Bollins church near here adjourned Sunday after hav ing one of the best meetings in iits his toryBishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Tenn and the Rev I B Fisher pas tor of the United Brethren church of Louisville presided over the Confer ence Wednesday andThursday the sessions were devoted to the reading of the yearly reports by the delegates and ministers from the different charges of the district About twenty churches were represented including the ministers and delegates forty visitors were inattendanceFriday Saturday the election ofxthe presiding elders was held and the matter of locating a training school in Kentucky and building a ohurch at Columbia was brought before the Conference Plans were made for both and will probably be carried out this coming winterTheStationingCommitteehadoharge of the pastoral supply and the appoint ments were read Sunday morning by Bishop Carter as follows Louisville District Presiding Elder 1 B Fisher Louisville Station I B Fisher Ben View Circuit To be supplted Victoria Circuit W J Bthertoa and Rosa Kthartou Cloverport Mission D L BowIds Paducah To be supplied Columbia District P B Hadley Columbia Station To be supplied Edmanton Circuit J H James Vaster Circuit J M Turner Glensville Circuit J W Matanet Liberty Circuit W T Bowman Albany Circuit M A Albertson Conference Evangelista W R Gentry and W R Lynn J Frank Turner was elected Sunday school Secretary and A Whiten Evangelist at large Bishop tarter delivered a beautiful and inspiring sermon at the chapel Sunday morning He has a most pleasant address and his sermons always touch the hearts of his hearers Bishop Carter has visited Bollins church before and has won the friend andemost of the delegates to the conference afternnoon after being delightfully enter tained by the people of Patesville rHas FiftyOne Pigs In Three Litters Editor Farmers Home Journal- I have an O I Csow that is a record breaker and I thought a bit ot 3her history would be of interest to your readers She has had three successive litters of seventeen each and one of sixteen I now have fourteen fine pigs of last Utter which are two weeks old She has had pigs sired by Duroc and PolandChina boars and has never had anything but a snow white pig I would like for you to publish this and see if anybody can beat her record Chas Price Brandenburg Ky Oct 23 1907 itFarmers Home Journal Remarkable Demand The unprecedented prosperity of thee country has brought about a remark able demand for competent services la tact it is now impossible to supply this demand The Bowling Green Business University is getting something like ashit 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 Enter Business College And secure a position A good place is ready for every one who is ready for it Address Business University at Bowling Green Kentucky Suffered day and night the torments of itching piles Nothing helped me untll I used Doans Ointment It cured RnGarrett Mayor Girard Ala P 4L- Ltwdb3t t tgi ft 1 r V t I If t till t ft Forty Years Between By LLOYD OSBOURNE Copyright 1003 by mho 8 S McClure Co tw H If It had been any one but html exclaimed Captain Ha dowIts horrible to call him a deserter said Mr Francis Dont lets do It said the captain We have to say something sir re turned the first lieutenant helplessly One can always lie I suppose said Hadow Theres nothing I wouldnt do my self for Jack Garrard said Mr Fran cis Why not say he was kidnaped here by the hill tribes said Hadow We arent certain sure he wasnt But the admiral would be bound to inquire Into It said Mr Francis Sooner or later hed send a ship Trust Jack to do his own lying when she gets here said Hadow Besides hell be sick of the whole thing by that time and only too glad to step aboard But wont we be asked why we didnt rescue him asked Mr Francis No no I have HI cried the cap tats Its certainly a case for stretching a pointsir said Mr Francis Enter In the log said the captain upeaklng very slowly and thoughtful ly that passed Midshipman John de Vlgne Garrard falling to report him self at tho expiration of his leave was afterward discovered to have been kid naped by the hill tribes of Borabora island On my threatening to land a party to recover him I was dissuaded by King George who cleared himself of any personal responsibility In the matter and who promised If only I would give him time to recover the man without bloodshed or any cost to her majestys government The king urged that the use of force would Im peril the officers life which otherwise he had every confidence would sparedVery beII good sir said Mr Francis Youll give old George a flaming character added Hadow Very good sir wild Mr Francis Pilo It on about his reverence for the queen and the way he gave beef to the ship said Hadow And what then slrT Inquired Mr FrancisWell you know said Hadow my orders here leave me a pretty wide latitude You cant tie down a surveying ship In wild waters the way you can a simple patrol By George sir Ill lay the ship hack hero in nine months and retake Master Johnny Gar rardIf he has any realization of his po sition he will then go down on his knees and thank you sir said Mr FrancisHes more likely to come aboard whtetllngl exclaimed the captain Of course It will Involve h little Insincerity said Mr Francis You moan well have to lie like blazes salt the captain Well yes observed Mr Francis I hope thats understood surd the captain Hut I twit hear to see n fine Ind ruined for a bit of squeamish ness Were he thirty he might go hang but nineteen Good Lord one must have u little mercy If I may Bay It without offense sir said Mr Frauds I think you are tak- Ing a very noble course in respect to this unfortunate Ind Of course I dont want you to think I Justify desertion said Hadow quickly not 111 pleased at the compliment Gad sir Its n shocking timing bar actual cowardice I positively know nothing worse Were Jack my son Id rather see him stretched dead at- m feet I tell you Mr Francis that whoa I first heard the news I was stunned I felt myself trembling The dishonor the Infamy of It struck me hero Captain Hadow laid his hand on his heart Mr Francis nodded a silent assent But well save him cried the captain We wont iiermt this ugly business to blast his life You may count Captain Hadow on our most loyal and hearty support said Mr Francis Thank you said the captain and you will pass the word along that the subject Is not one to be discussed Quite HO sir said the first lieu tenantNot a word I exclaimed the cap tale Though you might coach the king a bit about the hill tribes But of course not a whisper that were ever coming back No sir said Mr Francis This must go no farther than you and me said Hadow It shall not sir returned tho first lieutenant We shall sail tonight at the turn of the tide said tho captain Very good sir said Mr Francis It was not nine months It was fif teen and some days to spare before tho Dauntless again raised the peak of Borabora and backed her malnyard off the settlement In the course of that eventful year and a quarter she had zigzagged tho whole chart of the east em Pacific and from French Frigate shoals to Pitcairn from Diamond Head to Llttlo Itapa she had sounded and plotted reefs Innumerable anti had covered with a searching persistency vast areas of blue water dotted on tho chart with o dfl and p dos Exist once doubtful position doubtful fa miliar contractions still on any Pacific chart She bad twice taken the ground once so hard and fast that she had shifted her guns and lightered a hundred tons of stores among the gulls and mows ot a half sunken reef She had had an affair with the unruly natives of the Walker group and had blown a village to fragments and not a few of the Walkers themselves Into a land as un charted as their own She had tried a beach comber for murder and had dangled him at the main yard arm giving him later on a Church of Eng land service a hammock and the use of a cannon ball at his feet She had poked her nose Into cannibal bays where women of wild beauty and wild er license swans off to the ship In hun dreds until the marines drove them back with muskets and fired at their own comrades who In their madness leaped after them Into the water She had lain for weeks In enormous htolls where the only life was that of birds and the silence was unbroken save for the long roll of the surf and at night the ghostly scurrying of turtles over the sand She had been everywhere In those labyrlutblan seas those haunts of romance and mystery with love danger and death always close aboard It was morning when Hadow raised the Island a fleecy speck of cloud against the sky lino and ho shortened sail at once and lingered out the day so as to bring him up to It by dark After supper every light on board was doused and the great hull gliding through the glass smooth water merg ed her steep sides and towering yards and canvas Into the universal shadow With whispering keel and a wind so fair and soft that one wondered to see the sails stiffen In the bolt ropes the man ofwar stole steadily to lee ward with no sound but the occa sional creak of cordago or the hoarse murmur of voices from the lower deck By 10 the ship was hove to close ashore and the llghtsof the little set tlement glimmered through the palms The warm night laden with exotic fragrance and strangely exciting In the Intensity of Its stillness and beauty hid beneath Its far reaching pall the various actors of an extraordinary drama With pistols buckled to their hips Brady Wlnterslea Ilotham antI Stanhlll Tone four officers of the ship together with Hatch 11 flinty faced old seaman who could bo trusted all slipped down the ladder Into the captains gig anti pulled with muflled oars for the bread In the reef ricking their way through the pass with the surf on either hand roaring In theh ears they slowly penetrated the lagoon and headed for tthis kings house The shelving Beach brought them to a stop amid all jumping out to lighten time boat they drew her over time shingle and made her nlntt r fast to a pandnnus tree Then acting In accordance with a preconcerted plan Wlnterslcn was sent forward to track down their prey while tin rvat huddled together to await his return Tthm minute twenty minutes passed In palpitating MUIJeIlIi A girl drew by wreatlied In flowers She looked out h sea then up xt the stars and shrank again Into the shadow From the neighboring hones there cause the sound of mellow voices nnd of laugh tor A pig rooted and rustled among u heap of cocoanut shells Halt an hour passel and from far across the water nil faint and silvery ns some elfin signal the ship sent her message of the time six bells I SLEEP BROKEN BY ITCHING CZMA Skin of Whole Body Covered for a YearAwful Itching Kept Sufferer Awake Half the Night Tried All Kinds of Remedies but They Had No Effect CUTICURA REMEDIES A PERFECT SUCCESS S II I wish to let you know that I havo used one set of Cuticura Remedies one cake of Cuticura Soap one box of Cuticura but two vials of Cuticura Resolvent Pillswhich cost me a dollar and twentyfive cents In all For a year I have had what they call eczema I had an Itching all over my body and when I would retire for the night it would keep me awake half the night and the more I would scratch the more It would itch I tried all kinds of rem edies but could get no relief A friend of mine told mo to try tho Cuticura Remedies which I did and am very glad I tried them for I was completely cured If any of my friends should be troubled with the same disease I will cheerfully recommend the Cuticura Remedies and if I know any one who wants to know how I cured myself I shall be glad to tell theme Walter V Paglusch 207 N Robey St Chicago Ill Oct 8 and 10 1000 CUTICURAT- he Great Skin Cure and Purest and Sweetest of Emollients Cuticura Ointment Is beyond ques tion tho most successful curative for- torturing disfiguring humors of tho skin and scalp including loss ot hair yet com in proof aura which a singleanointing with Ointment preceded by a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and followed in thoseverercases by a doso of Cuticura Resolvent Liquid or Pills is often sufficient to afford immediate re lief in the most distressing forms of itch lug burning and scaly humors eczema rashes and irritations permit rest and sleep and point to a speedy cure when most if not all other remedies and even physicians fan Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every tmumor ollnlanta Chtidren and Adults con lilts of Cutlcura Soap 25o to Cleanse the Skin CUttcura Ointment SOc to Heal the Skin and Cutl cura Itesolvent WO or In the form of Chocolate Coated rill 2Sc per vial ot 60 to Purify the Blood Bold throughout the world Potter Drug k Chem CoroTMlledFreeDDook on Uau Bkln Affliction i mmniR unit croucning wintcrslea I groped his way among them Come he said They followed him In silence un loosing their holsters and grimly ready A pair of handcuffs clinked In Hatchs Jumper Wlntcrslen with keen perception led the way like a hound skirting lighted houses and following devious inland paths The comparative openness of tho village began to give way to the ranker undergrowth of the plantations behind it The path sank Into a chok ing vegetation that stood on either side and brushed their faces as they followed In single file A fallen tree gave them the passage of a stream ThereI said Wlnterslea Tho path opened out on a little clear Ing among the trees and showed them set on high the outlines of a natlvo house Like all Tahitian houses It was on the model of a bird cage and the oval wall of bamboo set side by side let through vertical streaks of light from the lamp or fire within As tho whole party drew nearer they heard deep below them on the other side the pleasant sound of falling water and realized that the cliff they were mounting overlooked a little riv er at Its foot Here In exquisite se clusion Jack Garrard had chosen the spot for his moral suicide Creeping up to the house and look Ing through the cracks of the bam boos his comrades saw him sitting within dressed like a native In tapa cloth with bare chest and flowers In his tawny hair lIe was sitting In a hammock and with her head against his knee a beautiful girl was looking up Into his face one hand locked In hisIn that land of pretty women she was the one that outshone them all Tehea the sister of the king for whose sweet favor every man on board had sought In vain And here she was with her long hair loosened and her eyes swimming with love looking up at the lad who bad given name and honor to win her heart The pair were hardly more thin children and Brady a sentimentalist of forty with red hair sighed as he peeped throuri the eaves and thought of his own dear girl at homeGarrard laid down the pipe he had been smoking and In happy uncon sciousness of any audience but the wo man at his feet began to sing jibs voice lint always been his greatest charm and tho means of gaining him the friendship of men much older than himself It had won Hadow It had won Francis There was not a blue jacket on board the Dauntless but whose eyes had moistened under the spell of Jacks clear tenor No ono could render with such delicacy purity amid sentiment those ballads now so old fashioned that used to solace our seafaring fathers In the fifties Jack lay buck In the hammock and with wonderful tenderness anti feelingr sang Flow Gently Sweet Afton re peating the Inst verse several times over It was plain that something In It some phrase or linehad deeply moved him for he suddenly bent over and laid his face In his hands shak- Ing with a strnngo emotion Tehca arose and throwing Per arras round his neck and forcing away his bands pressed her lips to his wet eyes Even as she did so Brady gave tho signal for the whole party to move round to the door lIe entered first the others close behind him Tack leaped tq his feet white and speechless his wide open eyes those of nn animal at bay Brady Wlnterslca StanburyJones Ilotham L n Garrard began to slug Hatch tho familiar faces daunted him like the sight of ghosts Friends no longer they wore now avengers with the right to track him down and kill himJack cried Brady In a stifled voice The lad took a step back The girl moaned and tried to run between Hatch and StanburyJones Tho old seaman caught and shook her like a dog tearing away the whistle she put to her lips and dashing It on the floor Jack put up his hand and snatched a pistol hidden In the thatch of the roof Brady on the Instant leveled his own and thundered out Drop It or Ill shoot Shoot and bo hanged returned Jack And with that ho turned his pistol on himself and placing the muzzle against his forehead pulled the trigger- It missed fire Before ho could try again Brady had caught him round tho necjc whlle yay CERTAIN RESULTS IMany A Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are Nothing uncertain about the work of Doans Kidney pills in Kentucky There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens Such evidence should convince the most skeptical sufferer Read the following statement Mrs L Varalli living at 923 Fifth St Louisville Ky saystI am happy to say that Doans Kidney Pills have been of great benefit to me and to other members of my family I fre quently had attacks of backache and kidney trouble before usingyour remedy but after using two boxes of the pills the troubles were entirely cured I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills to a great many of my friends for I attribute my present good health to the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50I cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other Hatch resigning the girl to stanoury Jones ran in and snapped the handcuffs on his wrists Jack cried Brady we arent go Ing to hurt you Were rescuing you from the hill tribes Man youre sav ed You never was no deserter said HatchMind you back us up old fellow said WInterslca Give us your fin boy said Hotham- It was some time before Jack could pull himself together When at last he did so and began to appreciate the generosity of his captain and shipmates and their astounding concern to save him from the penalty of his crime ho underwent one of those reac tions when despair gives way to the maddest gayety Ho swore at Hatch and made him take oft the iron begot out a bottle of white rum and forced them all to drink his health he kept them In a roar with the story of his adventures and laughed and cried In turn as he described his life ashore What does she want demanded Brady as Tehea insistently repeated some words in native She says said Jack calmly pick ing up the whistle from the floor and touching It to his lips she says Ivo only to blow this and you will all be dead in five minutes l A hush fell upon the company Jack with an oath flung the whistle from him Gentlemen he said I am grate fur I am dd grateful If I live I shall try to repay each one of you I shall try to be a better man I shall try to be worthy of your kind ness He went round and shook hands solemnly with every one of themDd grateful he repeated Lets he off said Brady Now lad your word of honor said Wlnterslea Jack looked about him helplessly- I suppose Ive no right to ask such a thing he said Jl know how good youve been to me already and all that Butbut gentlemen shes my wife I love her I shall never see her again May I not entreat a single minute for myself No said Brady I Jack went over to Tebca and took her band lIe put his arms about her and unashamed before them all pressed her comely head against his breast He tried to explain the In exorable fate he was so powerless to resist In Incoherent whispers he told her he would break his chains and re turn to her free In the years to come Continued on page 7 DO YOU GET ur WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news apers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nineteenth century discovered after years of I nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but Ifyou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need 1It has been tested In so many ways In hospital wprk In private practice among the helpless too poor topur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement hrbeen made by which all readers of this pacr who have not already tried It may have s sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address KllmerCoBlnghamton toI remedyIt byDr regular fifty cent ard Rome of sW ttook dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y loa every bottle I t W H BovTMin President A B BKUUIAN Cashier F L LIGHT TOOT Vlcef resident Cms BKILUIAN AsstOashlerJ The Old Relia- 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in this race The question is shall we have decency honesty sobriety and lhe free from boss and machine rule Mr Willson has personally promised Mr Haswell that he will sign a bill to repeal the law providing for penalties and tax warrants Every man woman and child in this county knows just where John Hnswell stands and how be will vote in the next Legislature They dont know where Dr Foote stands There is a bat wing manufactory now in full oper ation in this county Shun tho bat wing and the men who handle them It is a strike at your liberties as a freeman Machine politics and boss politicians are the curse of our State and government Are you in favor of contin uing and endorsing their methods If so vote for Eager and Foote if note vote for WilJeon ttnd HfswelJII Wo believe Mr VVillson when he says Iam happily free from machine and trust alike ana 1 hID just fin ishing an earnest campaign which is to free the roplof Kentucky from the machine which the tobacco trust has given large sums of money in order to keep in power The nation is looking with interest upon the political battle that is now being waged in Kentucky The verdict will give encouragement to people everywhere who believe in honest elections and fair dealings between man and man if that verdict is rendered for Augustus E- Vi11sonYire President Charles Warren Fairbanks TAKE YOUR CHOICE I nm a Republican but if the Republican party is against temperance I should be against the Republican party I never saw the day I would let the Republican party govern my judgment on moral questionsA E WillsonAnd the man who said this- I am a Democrat If a majority of the Democrats arc for whisky I AM FOR WHISKY If a majority of the Democrats are for temperance I am for temperance ST HagerBiWKJIMr11JMD THE FARMERS It is heralded over this county that Gov Beckham is the best friend we ever had We admit ho did not oppose the cnpitappropriation but if any of the one things said about his administration in regard to contributions received rather tribute exacted from public contractors be true then it may be that he favored the appropriation in order to have another large contractor who could if he felt disposed contribute to his campaign But let us lookat the Governors record as a friend of the farmer It was shown by an investigating committee of the Sen ate that the great Tobacco Trust called the American Tobacco Co contributed fifteen thousand 15000 dol lars to Gov Beckhams campaign expenses We do not know whether they thought they had a promise like the liquor men thought they did but it is plain that the only law that was over on the statute books that favored the tobacco grower the McCain law was repealed by one of tho Governors legislatures Strange that in all his speeches the Governor has never once referred to his position on that law or on the tobaccotrust subject that is alive just now The farmers and tobacco growers shouldremember this contribution and the repealofl the law that followed when they are reminded of the many things the Governor has done Editorial in Frankfort Call of November 2 1900 rA STEPHENSPORT Mr G W Payne is on the sick list Joe Bill Morgan is on the sick list Mrs L B Helm is improving slow 1y W J Schoop was in Louisville the gust of the week Rev Roberts filled his appointment at the M E church Sunday Lambert Mogan is in a critical con dition growing weaker each day William Fox of Madison Ind was the guest of his brother E T Fox last weekMrs Etta English left Friday for Hardinsburg to visit her brother EvertsJohnson Stiles came down from Amsterdam Sunday and spent the day with his family Little Misses Grace Taylor and Alene Driscal went to Webster Saturday to visit their little friend Ruth Ramsey The people were very much disappointed Saturday by not getting to hear r p Robert Jolly speak as he failed to comeMrs Z Brodie and son James pass ed through town from Hardinsburg Saturdcy enroute to their home at ChenaultLon has purchased a saw mill and we will soon hear the whistle of another saw mill Our town is getting to be quite a business little port Kirbie Biains sale is today They will leave soon for Florida to locate He and his family will be very much missed as we are loosing a good man neighbor and friend but we trust that that our community may be better by their having lived in our midst andwe hope that he and his family may regain their health and be prosperous and wish them much success Once more the death angel has visit ed our town and claimed the spirit of Miss Addell Smith Wednesday evening at the home of her brother R A Smith Miss Addell had long been a sufferer but seemed to bear it without a murmer She was a member of the Baptist church Her remains were taken to Hardinsburg for interment by her mother t She Did Not Fear Death An old lady on her seventythird birthday once said 1 do not mind getting old and I do not fear deathbut- I live in a constant dread of paralysis For some time I have been wanting to tell you of the great good your wonderful Sloans Liniment is doing here writes Mrs James F Abernethy of Rutkerford College N C In fact all your remedies are doing noble work but your Liniment beats all In my eight years experience with medicine I find none to go ahead of ithaving tried it in very many cases I know of one young man a brick mason who suffer ed from a partial yes almost a complete paralvsisof one arm I got himIl to use your Liniment and now he canC do as much work as ever and he sings vour praise every day I get all to use it I possibly can and know there is great virtue in it I have helped the sale of your remedies about here greatly and expect to cause many more to buy them as I know they cant be beat lA Word to My- Friends and Customers j 4 J A GRAY darned Ky I have b en blacksmithing in H rned for the past twelve vears and hve car ried a good trade I have now put in a full line of everything that will supply the w + nts of my friends and customers Fancy and Staple groceries confection eries cigars tobacco hardware tin ware wire fencing slate salt lime cement etc Everything at prices that talk I am just starting in business and expect to sell at prices that will reach the people I expect Ito sell to my old customers and am soliciting the patronage of all the farmers in this section Top prices paid for all produce Come and see my goods and get the prices and satisfy yourself I will be pleased to show you and give prices whether you buy or not Dont fail to stop and see me and make my place your headquarters at any time convenient Verytruly yoursJ GRAY PUBLIC SPEAKING Hon Chas Blhnrord Mook Friday November 1 at 1 pm West View Friday November 1 at 7 p m- Ba11l0wII Saturday November 2 at 1 p m J Whlttlnghlll of Owensboro Rockvale Burtons Schoolhouse Thursday October 31 at 7 p m Askins Friday November 1 7 p m Tarfork Saturday November 2 at 7pm1V S Proctor of Leltchfleld Hudson Saturday November 2 at 1 pm Coyles Schoolhouse Saturday No vember 2 at 7 p m Jno P Haswell Jr Nortons Valley Friday November 1 at7pmGarfield Saturday November 2 at- 7pm Hites Run ThursdayOctober 31 at 7 p m f Difnis Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only ona way to cure deafness and that Is by con stitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustachlun Tube When this tube Is In flamed you have u rumbling sound or Im perfect bearing and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the Inflanm tlon can bo taken out and the tube restore to Its normal condition hearing will bo do troyed forever nine cases nut of ten ar caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but a Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any ease of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure send for circulars free Sold by Druggists 75- cSAMPLE Quite a number from here attended the Bradley lecture Wednesday an came back much wiser L D Dowell and son Russell were in Union Star Thursday on business Franklin Bennett left Thursday for Mattoon Ill where he will remain a short time only From there he will go to Denver Colorado Estell McKaughn who has been iin Owenshoro for several months return ed home last week Mrs J C Weedman and little daugh ter Vera and Mrs Taylor Weedman spent Thursday with Mrs Vol Fife H T Dowell and daughter Lillian were in Hardinsburg Wednesday Mr and Mrs Grant Ray of Skillman was the guest of his sister Mrs Jake Brown Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs H T Dowell were iin Stephensport Saturday shopping- Mr E T Haynes of Durant I T accompanied by Mrs Haynes and daughter Ruth of Cloverport visited her mother Mrs A C Hunter last weekRev Mrs W B Snead of Red lands Cal accompanied by her granddaughter Mary Jones of Cincinnati who have been visiting friends here returned to Hardinsburg Wednesday to be with their friends there until Saturday when they expect to return- home I While here they Were guests o I Mr and Mrs II T Dowell of Beech Hill and were extensively entertained at the homes of Mrs W N Jolly L D Dowell and Mrs A C Hunters Mrs W N Jolly entertained Saturday evening Oct 19 in honor of Miss Jones of Cincinnati Those present wereMisses Lillian and Grace Dowell Bessie Brumfield Katie Jolly Eula Roberts Lillian Adkins Messrs Carl and Floyd ArmstrongFranklin Bennett Morton Brumfield Willie Basham of Bethel Willil Gibson Estell McKaughn D L and Edward Roberts Music was rendered by Miss Jones I Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy iuitnediattljI brings is en tirely due to its Restorative ncticn upon the controlling nerves of the StomachI etc Sold by all Dealers HAILED Mrs Crofford Beauchamp is on the sick lists William Payne is building a new shop at this place Mr Field Tucker of West View was here Wednesday- Mr Peyton Haynes of Freedom was here one day this week Miss Malissa Mattingly of Mattingly visited Miss Ida Kennedy Friday Mrs Alta Bruingtotf visited her mother Mrs Duggins Wednesday- F A Peake of Kingswood lectured at the schoolhouse Saturday night Miss Ida Marr of Nortons Valley visited Miss Mary Beauchamp Friday Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty at tended church at Kingswood SundayIG E Tucker dismissed this place Tuesday on account of iIlI nessMrs Mary Brear visited her motherI near Constantine from Friday untilI MondayRev Joe Duggins returned home Saturday after conducting a series of meetings at New Bethel Mr and Mrs Kirby Tucker of near here visited her sister Mrs M Tucker of Kingswood Sunday Mrs William Whitworth and chil dren left hero Tuesday for Illinois where they will join her husband Miss Pearl Beard and Messrs Fores- Beard and Vermont Robbins were the guests of Miss Mary Beauchamp Sun day lard Times in Kansas The old days of grasshoppers an drouth are almost forgotten in the pro 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 an day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaran teed by Severs Drug Co 50 and fl Trial bottle freer J u m nn I AJNewDeparturen have bought the stock of goods of R M Jolly IWo We have added a full lino of general mer and propose a new departure in the selling of these goods in Irvington We have decided to adopt the Cash System one price to all and that price toe lowest Not a nickels worth of goods goes out pf our house to any one moneydor its equivelent This is the only way to do business the only way iii 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 guarantee you a saving of 25 per cent on all you buy from us Come and see us Come prepared to trade and pay the cash We will take all kinds of country produce to RM Jolly Sons R M JOLLYSuccessor Ky CARRIE NATION I IN BRECKENRIDGE hatchets Mondaylnigbt enroute to Henderson where she said God told her to go Mrs Nation by the request of the Rev Hughes principal of Kingswood college at Earned will deliver two lectures there tomorrow The first ad dress US Anarchy will be ed in the assembly hall of the deliverII 11fp m Smashing Saloons At the- News Office School Books School Supplies New Box Paper- Magazines New Novels 25 Detective Stories lOc each Books on Hypnotism 25c each Post Cards of Cloverport and Tar Springs 2 for 5c Post Card Albums 25o each Shawl Straps 5c and lOc each Mail Orders Promptly Filled Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and row t faster than In any other J rsaf way Write for our freetabouthowtotBaokby Mall I safely and conveniently from any part or the Slate Wo pay r percent Interest annually Our appal seit cures you ee YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF TOtLEARN TELEGRAPHYand desbland for Telegraph Operators Over 0000 new positions are created on the Railroads en account of tho new eight hour law passed by last Congress and going Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un nanddrange per month for beginners We have standing con tracts to place all our graduates Under supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length I- nlour school rooms Established over You can work for expenses free TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE CINCINNATI O 1SOS M OSUOUO 5555 siS 0 Land For Sale By Jim D Babbage Cloverport Kyf Town Property venueWell2 000 M acres wollwatered In good f state of cultivation 4roomcottage fine stock barn and outbuildings This farm Is just outside of the city limits of Clo verport It Is rich bottom land One for truck garden and stock raising Good mar ket for everything raised on It It Is a bar Rain for some man J1 750 1W acres on Hardinsburg and PI r Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwellioR and a good big barn 80 acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be Llmestonolandtobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance in easy payments Cl cre3 on lardlnsburg and 4 r5Falls of Sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings throe big barnes hog house and blacksmith shop all outhousesnecessary 130 acres under pasture 223 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 C 1350 83 acres 7 acres In timber hlck t4 ory black locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements five room cottage barn 36 x 60 stable 80 z 33 smoke house and cellar cistern good and ponds 12 acres In timothy 10 in cover 11 In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons of t timothy and clover 8 acres In wheat yield MJ busfles and 6 tons straw This place IS J nitrated on Clover creek llf miles southeast of Cloverport SO acres Rood bottom land rest broken but good strong tillable land most of it in grass free from washes Splen did tobacco land all of it 750 FARM FOR SALE3s mile off of between Cloverport and Ilardlnstmrir 7 miles from Cloverport 3 I miles from Hardinsburg 107 acres of land two story Ijilldlne 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry I H good orchard For purtlculurs ask Jno D Cabbage Cloverport Ky or James H 1 SablleII SALEI06 acres of land laying on the branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six in woodland Good barn 16 acres l In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For furtherFparticulars write the Breckenrldgo News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR SALE I JOB SALE ISO acres of land situated near Sinking Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fino tobacco land Improve ments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold i Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell lricoFF 1500 For further information write Babbage Cloverport Ky FOR SALEGood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ky contains 140 acres all level and In good state of cultiva tion About onehalt in grass 15 arres In timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern 000dii sevenroom house largo barn and plenty outbuildings three miles from Irvington Ky and In one of the best neighborhoods in the state A bargain for some one looking for a good home For further information see or write Jno D Babbage Cloverport r tFOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine he 1Boiler t Electrical Gasoline BoattTin and GalvaIDnized WorkJI Plumbers MillyBoat and Tin r ners SuppliesiCome To The Cloverport Fo nivI i Machine Co f Prices Reasonable SatisfactionFGuaranteed Correspondenec 4 Solicited 4 1 DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel I Salve is good for little burns and big 4 burns small scratches or bruises and big ones It is healing and soothing Good for Piles Sold by All Druggists 4 q J 1of I 1 u F I tiiiTi A c I I uns Pills Tklt =remedy never falls to it l ether re r spepsia Constipation Sick laoache Biliousness fromfirpid1 fj a TIM tvra1 reaslt IsI pod appetit elegantlyswallowNo i PERSONALAND LOCAL Engraved cards at the News office Mrs Manie Moorman is on the sicl t i Mrs Sam Brown of Ekron was herr j ndayDr Frank Hook went to Louisville aturday Austin Hill visited friends at Hender i n last week Miss Lois Basham of Skillman was re Saturday Chas Skillman was in Louis fyra week Graham Jolly has returned homt Sample Wm Butcher has been the guest Jom Morrison Rachel Weatherholt is very ill at sr home on the hill Saddles saddles Good saddles at a argmin Babbages- Post Card Albums at the News office old 100 postals 25c each ij11Mr and Mrs Wallace Skillman have eon visiting at Stephensport Mrs Qert Newberger of Chicago is tJcJ guest of Miss Kate Oglesby i ylrs James Tinlus and daughter Miss raof Holt were here Monday Miss Rachel Stith of Guston is visit ng Miss Lucetta Miller this week Mr and Mrs S R Berry and Children went to Evansville Sunday Mrs George Plank Owensboro was he guest of Miss Grace Plank Sunday 0 N Wilson of Louisville was in own Sunda the guest of Miss Cora McCoy Mrs Fred Fraize left Monday for Versailles to visit her sister Mrs R N Hudson Mail orders for midwinter millinery Nare promptly filled by Mrs James Cordrey Thfe stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Billy Wilson Friday and left a fine laughter Mr and Mrs H W Wendelkin have been vifiting their son Walter ir Henderson 1 Mrs Thomas Bohler spent last week In Louisville visiting her daughter Mrs t Vilburn Gregory Mr and Mrs E T Haynes and laughter Miss Ruth have returned I lome from Sample f I William Barrett of Owensboro re l Aimed home Monday after a visit to his t Ister Mrs Byrne Severs tf Miss Carrie Pate and Mrs Frank f took who have been visiting in Har ansburg have returned home Miss Lucetta Miller attended the atom Association of the Baptist church which convened at Raymond last week Mr and Mrs OrSlo DeHaven and Miss Mayme Dellaven have returned tome from a fishing trip near Falls of Rough Mrs Upton and Miss Andie Murphy left Sunday for their home in Chicago They were the guests of Mrs J D GregoryMrs Satterfield has returned home from Owensboro where she attend led the Presbytery While there she was- thangrest i of Mrs Waters Misses Eva and Eliza May went to Cannelton Wednesday with their father Mr Chas May to attend the funeral of their cousin Phillip May Mr and Mrs Chas Hamman gaveI a beautiful dinner Sunday In honor of I I Miss Young of Franklin The guests t included Miss Jennie Patterson Mrs Dunn and Miss Young j Miss Adele Fisher arrived here last jweek from Louisville to spend a few days with Miss Jane Hambleton before returning to her home at Owensboro fifrs David Murray and Misses Louise Jjpell Moorman were the guests off Jilrs Fred Ferry en route to Hardins burg They arrived here from Louis- villeV Saturday night and remained until 1 Sunday 13 r rBIG SPRINGI1I Mrs E A Strother and daughter Miss Zelma are visiting her neiceMrs D C Moorman at Glendean Mrs Jennie Wallace of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs Amanda ClarksonMrs Clarkson of Elizabeth town is visiting her daughter Mrs J H Strother Bob McGuffin of Louisville called on the merchants here Friday Bob Buckler and wife of Illinois spent a few days here last week with Jack Collins and family Miss Goldie Hardin received the cake Saturday night at the pie supper for being voted upon as being the prettiest young lady there and Ben Clarkson received one for being voted the ugliest manMr and Mrs Youngwho have been here visiting her father Squire Bob Craycroft have returned to their home near Springfield Henry Hardin and wife of Elizabeth town spent Monday and Tuesday here with his mother The Pie Supper given by Miss Payne and pupils was quite a success They realized 1525 i A party of fourteen came down fromI Vine Grove Sunday on an outing and took several views of the springITom Tichols of Louisville was herei last week looking after his farm Born to the wife of Lum Hambleton October 21 a boyIMr Dick Hagar of Garrett was theii guestof James Harned Thursday Mrs Julia Clarkson has returned from a stay with her daughter MrsI H H Kemper4 who has been quite illI John Morris was in Louisville last weekDick Dowell has sold his farm to Alex Meyers Consideration 1600 Mr C Bailey who bought Wm Scotts farm has moved there He comes from Greenburg Pain anywhere pain inibe head painful periods Neuralgia toothache all pains can be promptly stopped bya thoroughly safe little Pink Candy Tablet Known by Druggists every where as DrrSboops Headache Tablets Pain simply means congestionundueb- lood pressure at the point where pain exists Dr Shoops Headache Tablets quickly equalize the unnatural blood pressure and pain immediately dep its Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis and get a free trial package Large box 25 ctsDruggistsLightfootLeitch The marriage of Miss Sallie Johnnie Lightfoot of Hawesville to Mr John C Leitch of Pittsburgh Pa was a social event of last night in which Clo verport felt much interest thebride hav ing been a frequent and always popular visitor here The ceremony was per formed at 0 oclock in the pretty little Presbyterian church adorned for the oc casion with autumn foliage and many potted plants Rev Dr Smith of Louis ville being the officiating clergyman The bridal party entered to the classic chorus from Lohengrin rendered by a choir under the direction of Mrs Alfred Hennen The ushers Messrs Ewing Lightfoot of Henderson and Thomas James de lIn Hunt of Cannelton headed the procession followed by the maid of honor Miss Julia Beauchamp Hinkle walking alone lastly coming the bride on the arm of her father Dr John Foster Lightfoot Mrv Leitch with his best man Dr Charles Ross Lightfoot of Paducah entered from the lecture room and the impress ive Episcopal ring ceremony was used White satin chiffon made empire style with long court train with elaborate insets of heavy antique lace was the brides toilette completed by a long tulle veil and a shower boquet of roses and lilies of the valley Miss Hinkle wasI I becomingly attired in white pompadour net made princess style over light blue taffeta and carried American Beauties Relatives a d intimate friends were en tertained at the brides home after theI service tin house being artistically decorated and the bridal table at which twelve were seatedespecially handsome A profusion of rare gifts evinced the popularity of both parties and were chosen with marked taste Mr and Mrs Leitch took the 11 26 train for StLouis where they are spending today Friday night a large reception will be given in their honor byr the grooms sister Miss Leitch iinI Allegheny where the family connection is extensive and prominent in society o oooooooooooooooooooot Consumption is less deadly than it used to be tCertain relies andusually complete recovery 0Awill result from the following treatment e Hope rest freshair and Scott J Emulsionr4 I BOo AND 100 MOMOM OOOOOOOOO R IRVINGTON ITEMS Ben Johnson Gives 30 To B Y P UMrs Lewis Celebrates tier EightyFirst Birthday Mrs Sue Jolly spent several days In Louisville fast week the guest of Miss NunnellyMrs Clarkscn has returned to Big Springs after a visit to Mrs H H KemperMiss Mary Heyton has returned from Louisville where she has been visiting for several days Mrs Luther Wilson and children left Monday for Jolly Station for a visit to relatives and friends Mr Will S Hopper cam Tuesday from Jackson Ky to accept a position in the First State Bank Mr Bud Rally of La Cross Wiscon sla was the guest of her cousin Mrs G L Bandy last Thursday Mrs Nancy Ashcraft returned last week from Oklahoma where she has been the guest of her son for some time Mrs R L Jordan of Hopklnsville arrived Sunday for an indefinite visit to friends here and Bewleyville Mrs Bate Washington returned last Thursday from Stephensport after a several days visit to her sister Mrs Brown Helm Mrs L D Bishoff and children will return to their home at Lexington today after a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J C Hensel The series of meetings which were to have begun at the Presbyterian church on last Monday evening has been post poned for a month Mrs John Nevitt and Miss Garnie Livers have returned from Flarriety Ky where they spent a few days visit ing Mr and Mrs Snyder Mrs G 0 Bailey has returned from an absence of several months visit to her mother in Virginia She was accom panied home by her sister Miss Vesta LyonsMisses Annie Owsely and Spurgeon FerryMessrs Welch Owsely and Owsely Ferry of White Mills were visitors of their cousins Mr and Mrs G T Marshall last week Mrs N B Netherton Misses Annie Lee and Claudie Bandy Mrs C C Smith and daughter Miss Nellie Smith and Mr and Mrs Newsom Gardner were among those that went to Louis ville last week shopping The protracted meeting which has been in session for the past two weeks at the Methodist church closed last Sunday evening The Rev Godsin was entertained the home of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons while here Mr T J Adkisson has just completed the repairing of his barber shop whish is quite attractive looking and a help o the town His two barbels Messrs Tilford and Hussey are ready now to occomodate his old friends and customersMrs celebrated her eighty first birthday on last Tuesday at the home of her daughter Mrs Kate Bennett near Basin Springs She re ceived a number of friends and relatives informally and was the recipient of numerous messages of congratulations from friends from a distance Whats the matter with Ben Johnson Hes alright aM right so say then Y P Us of the Irvington Baptist church On a recent trip to our town this most benevolent gentleman made a donation of thirty dollars to the church improvement fund so of course they say Ben Johnsons all right and three cheers for him TilE TEXAS WONDER I Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rhu matte troubles sold by all druggists- or I two months treatment by mail for al Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street KentuckyIII stimonials m i WantSJr hFOR SALE OR KENT 206 acres 7 miles of Cloverport on Tar Creek knows as the James Rice track rwo good houses stable end tobacco barn onehalf In cultivo Lion rest timbered land For further Infer matfon write ELIZABETH SUBLETT Phil pot K- yWanted Local representative for Clover Port and vicinity to look afte renewals and increase subscrlp tlon list of u prominent monthly magazine on a salary and commission basis Exper- Ience desirable but not necessary Hood opportunity for right person Address Iub Usher Box 55 Station 0 New York WANTEDCook white or colored apply Mrs D BTEWAUT MILLER FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and OasoHn Engines MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Kv FOR SALE Hook of Destiny fortune boo lit News offic- eAdministrators Notice All parties indebted ttthe estate of J T Diane are hereby requested to settle same alas early date as possible Those falling to settle by Dec 31 1907 will find account Ir hands of an attorney for collection II A DRANE H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Wilt practice his profession In all of the Courts of BreckenrlURe and adjoining count er Special attention given to colectlons road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Distil ICourts Office over Bank of Ilardinsburg- Mkit711tSehkUilili1i171Aitil7t dt71kkk7ie YOUNG MEN IAI i 5 The railroads need you for j K operators Salaries 5000 R to 12500 per month It No other trade or profes x sion can be learned in as short x litje Jjej We are exclusively a Telegraph XE School Students given a thor 2- jj ough Telegraphic education Pos Jitionsfurnishedortuitionrefunded it KENTUCKY SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY I 5 OWENSBORO KY 5 ItkAkSeAAASIAitSiA IS71ASIA71AaitAA Qt Miller Brick Tile COI Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of 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announcements 5 My Soul Thirsteth Anthem t Lockwood fi Softly as Falls the TwilightQuartette ONeill 7 Neater My Gbd to TheeAnthomo Lehrer8 Hosanna Anthem V Hughes 9 What Shall it Profit a ManAnthem r Gabriel 10 Oh Love Divine Duet V r Allen 11 As a Little ChildAnthem Gabriel 12 He That Hath My Commandments Anthem From Hughes Mass in B flat 18 One Sweetly Solemn ThoughtQuartette Ambrose 14 Psalm No 100Anthem Granger 15 Doxology and benediction To the rendering of thisoxcollenatprogram the public is very cordially melted The et lees 111 beiiipromptly at 715 oclock I L iI I IEET ME AT NOLTES I W IIFine Frosty Weatheri- s I I the season to wear the 1 g warmers J Childs Rough Rider lnl Leggings pairCChilds Teddy Bear Leg oopairi Childs Chinchilla l Leggings pair I 00c VI JerseyLeggings Wpail J Cl Ladies Knit- Slippers pairC the f 25c m Canvas l rIDll i lW21 NOW f I I J C SL I B mflltmel1B1litla1fi I IOHNP IICadick Milling Co Z5Cpair OCpairpair251Me- ns LeatherrLeggiogspair COME WHILE STOCK 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advantages that accrue Bank of Cloverport OLOVERPORT KY Ladies and Gents Overf gniterspair FHgand 3UC i i i m 7 Wool best and r fftJvf Q Ky fS1f1S It Is Not Ia stranger Of you heard lfJl CADICKS GOLD FLOURa brand good for all stuffs you good CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR ence always IIf1 IISmm1 associated can for buildings good workmanship grades roofing 1 per Ruberiod long the Piano Stool each Two L DUST I nzi JEWELRY I The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware I HollowareFlatware i = Musical instruments findingsi III Cu Lewis Son I s i Hardinsburg Ky i r We are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks i Than Usual and Have Some Good- Y Ones Now- n Do You Need One 1 Severs Drug CorMrM Y vv p iiiirsaws e n wr a e r s a y + e e r am+ 5ar ra iw ly A wr eMyr f i ri rj j I Gems In Verse 1 THE LAST ROAD CROSS the silence of the hills Oh distant hills of dreamtt The pipers magic music shrill And ripples like a stream Beyond the moor beyond the fen Thin tremulous and sliver clear 2t pierces to the souls of men It calls and they must hear The voice of all the crowded town Oh voice of tears and laughter The pipers charmed note shall drown They turn and follow after By Its wild lure their feet are drawn To walk a way they do not know Whatever heart be left to mourn It calls and they must go They leave their hearts desire behind Oh witching tune the piper plays I None know what they may hope to find What watts beyond the trackless ways Ho grief cun hold no love can keep No wild regret their eyes can dim Whatever hearf be left to weep The piper calls they follow him Pall Mall Magazine HANG ON you have a job worth keepingi Just hang on IFSome one for it is aieeklng So hang on Work the very best you can tter than the other man You will find It the best plan To hang on IV the road Is growing thorny Just hang on IUD not If your hands get horny Just hang on i labors what the stomach fills Gives the health that throbs and thrills fa the rapid pace that kills Dont hang on M your going up the slope Just hang on Lad the auto gear gets brok Just hang on Tour machine may take a hump- Ply down hill and hit a stump XAough youre senseless from the bump Just hang on It your watch and chains In pawn Just hang on- T the ticket and hope on Just hope on Maybe luck will come your way You may have a winning day Talc ray advice hear what I say And hang on Milwaukee Sentinel For Chronic Diarrhoea While in the army of 1863 I was token with chronic diarrhoea says George M Felton of South Gibson Pa HI have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief until Mr A W Miles of this place persuaded me to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy one bottle of which stopped it at once For sale by Severs Drug Co THE FAIRY FIDDLER TIS I go nddung addling By weedy ways forlorn X make the blackbirds music Ere In his breast tie born The sleeping larks I waken Twixt tne midnight and the morn JO man alive has seen me- L But women hear me play Sometimes at the door or window Fiddling the souls away The childs soul and the colleens Out of the covering clay TONE of my fairy kinsmen L Make music with me now Alone the paths I wander Or ride the whitethorn bough But the wild swans they know me And the horse that draws the plow Nora Hopper THE DEAR OLD DAYS back the dear old daysall boys in lineGIMME on the burnln deck Blngen on the Rhine Twos midnight in his guarded tentwe spoke it high an low While Mary trotted out that lamb whose fleece was white as snow Gimme back the dear old days that memry loves to keep With Pilot tie a fearful nlghttheres danger on the deep Th old time awkward gesturesthe jerk meant fer a bow r7e said that Curfew should not ring but Lord Its rlngln now I 01mme back the dear old days the path Way through the dells To the schoolhouse in the blossoms the so iof farof belto T W Tlnklln crost therneadows the song of the bird an brook She old time dictionary an the blue back spellln book Robe like a dream forevera citys hid the place Where stood the of log schoolhouse an no familiar face to smllln there in welcome beneath a mornln sky Caeres a bridge acrost the river an weve crossed an said goodbyl Atlanta Constitution TRACED A STARTLED flamingo takes night in the waste Pile east or flies westbut the bird may be traced By one plume that was shed as it flew My love though your heart on con cealment was bent There Is one rosy word In the letter you sent And my heart will follow the clew Edith M Thomas Heart StrengthHe- artstrength or Heart Weakness meani N rra Pototheladdenfaultmh1uNenImpgoverningetr0ingtd haystbI neneeh2DrIhooplor weak all nea Dr Shoop fin eqqh au1IodtotIDIpopular prescriptionta alone directed to thtM llrenlrthenshelpudonuatrocaelL t u needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeALL DEALERS WOMAN AND FASHION For Summer Outing Cool and exceedingly pretty is the frock of white linen here shown In the accompanying cut It Is not of the stiffened kind of linen but has a soft dull finish arid bungs in graceful folds GOWN OP WRITE UNEH The deep bund around the bottom and the edgings on the collar cuffs and front piece are of pale blue linen and the rows of black baby ribbon serve to give a distinct character to the gown The belt is unique with its tabs In front Sensations In TrimmIng It is evidently true that the early tall will usher In some sensations in the way of trimmings There must be something now to distinguish the new season and although there are count less ways of combining laces and em broideries the designers energies are rather bent Just now toward the development of something that Is an en tire departure from the ornaments to which we have become accustomed After the way cretonnes have been taken up we can expect almost anything Therefore It Is not surprising that one of the latest decorations out on trialIs a sort fJt coarse lace made from hempen string Certainly the description does not sound elegant but the same Is true of cretonne one has to see the really beautiful way In which these embellishments are em ployed to appreciate their novelty ant chic News About Sleeves Just now when the mercury runs high in the thermometer and short sleeves are a boon beyond words comes the news that Inch by Inch and little by Uttle the great folk of the sartorial world are trying to sound their downfall and that Indications point to full length In the neat future Some of the latest Parisian gowns made In the ovenvnlst style are shown over unlined gulmpes of lace these gulmpes made with mousquc talre sleeves that extend down over the hands In mitten style and already we are reading In Paris letters state ments to the effect that the lingerie blouses show the long sleeves finished with frills that tall well over the hands and that even many evening gowns have the latest mitten sleeves that are held In position by straps enrt- he thumbs A Millinery Hint One of the most coquettish hats seen In many a day appeared at a country house luncheon It was n tiny tricorn of leaf green straw with the corners rolled back more than usual It was trimmed with a huge mauve velvet chou and n long full fluffy mauve feather whlOh tumbled off the back like a cascade But for asenorajoiiK bunch of La JFrajice rogcB at one slue J pahchanchored it it could never have keprts position on the other side of the small head which It covered e The Small Boys Suit The Russian blouse really but n variation of the sailor suit has many friends and for these costumes gnln ten In blue and white and gray and white stripe Is used extensively this IV WRITE OAZiATBA BUSSIAN BLOUSE Bummer The material launders wel and In the dark colors docs not rcadll show soil For wear with those suits golden conlfoleredare put on when black shoes are worn and self colored stockings of halt lencth with tho shoos of golden brown J 11 The Scrap Book Would Be the Death of Her A priest asked a young man who had come to confess how he earned his living Im an acrowbat your river once 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little cabin outside of which sat nil old colored wo man watching the unties of a couple of pickaninnies playing near by Good evening aunty he called Cute pair of boys youve got Your children Lntvs a massy 1 Mali chillun Deed dems malt daughtehs chllluns Conic hynli you boys As the boys obeyed the summons the man inquired their names Claim to goodness sah them chllluns Is right smiiht named said the old woman Ye see malt daughteh done got Hglon long ago an named dese hyah boys right out de Bible cab Dls hyah ones named Apostle Paul an de uddnhB called Epistle Peter A Pertinent Query Beg pardon sir began the beggar stopping u suburbanite at the ferry Can you spare n few cents to help me tierces the river Havent you any money at all Not n cent replied the beggar Then what difference does It make which side of the river youre on I LIpplniottH HeRecognizedPrivate of Mississippi stood watching the parade of the Grand Army of the Republic Thats a fine lot of men comment ed Allen who fought all through the civil war on the Confederate side There Is something strangely familiar about them It seems that I have seen many of them before Do you mean to say asked Senator Mason of Illinois who stood alongside that you recognize any of those faces forty years after the close of the war Not faces backs The Signature Was Good When the late Governor Gilmore ot New Hampshire was superintendent of the Concord and Claremont rail road ho onto wrote a letter tg one of his section bosses who had done something to displease him All the man could make out were the date and Superintendent Gllmorcs signature Some time afterward being In Con cord the man went to call on the su perintendent at his office Hello John how do you do said Mr Gilmore Well what are you do- IngnowWhy Im up here at the same placu on the section Mr Gilmore What Didnt you get a letter front me naming the date Yes certainly Well didnt you know that that was a letter of dismissal Letter of dismissal cried the astonished John No I I couldnt make it out except that it was from head quarters and signed by you sir But after some study I concluded It was a pass As none of the conductors on the road could read It they all ac cepted my statement that It was a pass from Mr Gilmore and I ham been riding on it ever jilnce John kept his place on the section Sacred Rights A true specimen of manly chivalry was encountered In a Boston kinder garten The teacher discovered that a- very small boy was chewing gum and she bade him disgorge It I cant he said You cant she answered in sur prise Why yes you can and you must No I cant he persisted and kept the gum In his mouth Now why cant you give me that gum Johnny Because It belongs to a little girl In Somcrvillc Ladles Home Journal Fifty Years a Blacksmith Because you have contracted ordinary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind do not lor a moment imagine that colds are not dangerous Everyone knows that pneumonia and chronic catarrh have their 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sir Which oner I asked thinking of the two phones H Well sir said the boy after an embarrassed pause II think Its your wife sir Harpers Weekly A Chance For Fighting Bob Through a typographical error In the title a bill came to the senate reading A bill to retire pretty officers in the navy etc when It should have read petty officers Senator Tlllman who Is no great bakes for beauty himself saw the bill read the title and said Thats a rood idea Retire all the pretty offl rem and give Bob Evans a chance Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wit These tests are proving to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as DrShoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by All Dealers One Point of View Bart Kennedy the English novelist and sociologist says of our senate The senate Is true to the American people Oh yes very true to them very true Indeed Whenever I think about how true the senate Is to the people the case of Mary Miles comes Into my mind Marys husband was a soldier out In India fighting for his I king One day a friend said to Mary Mary are your thoughts always true to Churlle away out there fight Ing the hill tribes Yes Indeed they are Mary an swered Whenever n man kisses me I shut my eyes and try to think its Charlie The Audience Agreed With Him An English orator rose to make an extended speech Ho began Mr Chairman I have lived long enough Hear hear yelled the audience and amid a storm of laughter the as pirant for political honors resumed his seat Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomases Electric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the hurts THE OTHER POINT OF VIEW girl of ten enoughto boys and menT If theyve ever tried To argue from the other side I dont suppose theyd ever guess The stiffness of a starched white dress I wonder how theyd like the hooks Let alone the way It looks o JTsJ TJ iliTheyd never sit at homo and sew And watch their brothers come and go I should not even like to say That they would bear It for a day They do not know how hard It seems To be a girl still In ones dreams To feel that One can never be A drummer boy or go to sea Our brothers say were hard to please Because we long for things like these They think It is a pleasant life To wait until youre some ones wife When Im a wife Ill gladly sit At home and cook and sew and knit But theres a lot of waiting when Youre but a little girl of ten Our brothers do not seem to know That waiting can be very slow You see theyve never really tried To argue from the other side Evelyn Sharpen Westminster Gazette Facetious Testators Will making often affords a man an unrivaled opportunity of paying off old scores and speaking his mind with out any fear of unpleasant conse quences to himself The great Duke of Marlborough evi dently could not resist the temptation of a farewell slap at his duchess when he left her 10000 wherewith to spoil Blenheim In her own way and 15000 to keep clean and go to law with There is also a distinct note of spite fulness In this extract from the tes tament of a Mr Kerr who after de Blaring that he would probably have left his widow 10000 If she had al paperIn I I her my dear that whenever I commenced I reading you started playing and singing You must therefore takeII the consequences I leave you 1000 Grand Magazine I h LMST I TIME TABLE EAt HOOND II- Mo 116 Daily Fat Trairleavvel Olorerpo 607 AM stops At Howard on flag ynl arrive at Louisville 725 A M- 140I12maUyMail nlt topicst leafftOli erportll39 A Mtops atal waj stations arrives Louisville 12115 P 20 Train No1HDellyfaltmallleaveeOIL j rerport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Olorerport except Mystic arrives ail Louisville 7 96pm Train No lib Daily except Saturday Olo i verport accommodation arrives Cloterport 848 pm i No 118 Express Saturday only lKave1 Cloverport 848 P m arrives Louisville Hw p m makes all stops except Addlscn 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atthis ofte Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in ate improved Corn an1- Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed I on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes Tiadji by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May 0t Co Cannelton Ind What name asked the young wo man at the laundry ofitge as she teak the customers bundle William Ju = riinee answered the castoaer I float know said the young woman staring at him I right But almt Toe pretty tolerably familiar es alwrti acQualataacet CbfcageTriliwtii JWte u j J UI 4- Il Q TY YEARS BETWEEN II i devote his life to the woman he llearestlLmI I ni But She with a perception inter than his own swept away icse despairing protestations with Bdaln The daughter of one king 10 sister of another could she notl eat force by force These fierce in udcrs with their rough voices andl rawn pistols who were they threaten a princess of the royal bloo nd carry away her lover before her yesIf they were strong she wasI tronger and what ship cannon she sked however murderous or far rang ag could penetrate those mountain ecesses whither she would carry inn before the morning Ah shet Id It was for him to choose between er and them between Britain anti e island between love or the servicet if tho white queen beyond the seas 41 have chosen he said Her eyes flashed as sho freed her elf from his arms I ant hateful In my own sight fo laving loved you she said Will you not even wish mo well Tehea he asked Nolshe cried I hope you will dieHe turned away Slat she cried after him g came back to her downcast and silent Remember she said In an agony f sweet relenting that wherever op goest however many tho years Sat may divide us however wide theaters or the land I shall be here Waiting for thee here in this hopse f our happiness and If I die before hou tamest here thou wilt find my TaveTehea he said as God sees me fome day I shall returni She took his hands and looked up nto hilt face with such poignant long ng and tenderness that Jacks com 7radeS already uncomfortable enough were quite overborne by the sceneITough old Hatch snuffled audibly nnllI Brady could hardly speak Come come lad ho cried huskily you mustnt keep us longer Jack unclasped the girls hands and suffered himself to bo led away by his corns cS Stumbling and falling against one another In the dark they made shift to find the uncertain path rWlnterslea in the lead coceing like a Littleby1lingo and pressed on to the beach be I alreadyafloatI tideThey without a word and pulled out in the direction of anll1ell anSred with another and ran up a masthead lantern to guide them A few minutes later they clambered up the ladder the boat was hoisted in and the boatswains whistle was rousing the watch on Mainsail haul deckII By morning the Island had sunk be hind them and standing on the dizzy main royal yard with one arm roun1e the must Jack could make out nothing but a little cloud on the horizon ELLEN M OLSON TIle for a daughter tatre largely rests with the mother The right Influence and the infor atlbn which Is of vital Interest to the daughter Imparted at the proper base has not only saved the life but insured the success of many a beau tiful girl When a girls thoughts become largish with headaohe dizziness or I 1 disposition to sleep pains in back or lower limbs eyes dim desire for solitude when she is a mystery to herself and friends her mother r Jfeould come to her aid and remem per that Lydia E Plnkhaess Vige Compound made from native roots and herbs will at this time prepare the system for the coming change and start this trying period in a young girls life without pain or It has been thus depended upon for two Hundreds of letters from young girls and their mothers expressing rratitudo for what Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has done for them are constantly being re Ellen M Olson of 417 N East St Kowanee 111 writes Dear Mrs Pinkham sa operation was necessary Ihadheadache oJ No other remedy has such 411s of women resi 1 States bear willing t B Compo Lj4fe E PWdwm3 YcccUUc CJG 1 At sixty John Gnrrard was a post captain a knight commander of the Bath and within a year of receivingr flag rank and the command of a fleet His career had been more than dlstln gulshcd and he had won his way to front as much by his fine personal Itho as by his Invariable good and high professional attainments He had earned the character of a man who could bo trusted In situ allots Involving tact temper an He had never married and when ral lied on the subject was wont to say with a laugh that the sea was his only venturedto question him much further though nuance In the captains earlier Ute It was known he supported two old maid sisters the Misses Hadow the Impov como mander but In view of his consider able private fortune this drain on his resources seemed scarcely the reason of his renunciation Nor did it seem to his admirers that any woman could have had the heart to refuse him for even at sixty bo was a noticeably handsome man and was endowed be advantagerof good looksa charm of manner a distinction a captivating gallantry that made him everywhere a favorite But you see Jack Isnt a marrying man his friends explained He was In command of the Inflexible battleship one of the Australian squad ron when she developed some defects in her hydraulic turning gear and was ordered home to England by Admiral Lord George Howard for overhaul The captains heart beat a little faster as he realized his course would take him south of the Societies He spread out the chart and sighed as he laid his finger on Borabora He shut his eyes and saw the basaltic cliffs the white and foaming reefs the green still forests of that unforgotten island lIe was a boy once more with flowers in his hair wandering beneath the palmi with Tehea How often had he thought of her during all these years the years that had left him gray and old the years that had carried him unscathed through so many dangers In every quarter of the world For him she was still In her adorable girlhood untouched by time a raldant princess In her radiant isle waiting by the shore for his return It shocked him to remember that she was not far short of sixty a fat old woman perhaps married to some strapping chief nndI more than likely with grown children of her own How Incredible It seemed But a word and he might land and Bee her But a word and the questions of forty years might yet bo answered Answered yes to shatter as like as not with pitiless realities the tender figment of a dream No he said he dared not expose himself to a possible disillusion to play Into the hands of sardonic nature ever mocking at man No but he would carry his ship close In shore and watch from the bridge the unfolding bays and tiny settlements of that lost paradise and then dipping his flag to his vanished youth he would sink over the horizon his mem ory thrilled and his sentiment un1mII paired to set his face for j Dawn was breaking as he slowed down to leeward of the Island and watched the shadows melt away ItII ui u Uiiuinr A bur of heavenly calm GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD- Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound responsibility irregularities generations ceivedMiss towntear Thousands testimony Pinkhams Vegetable skilll espegfally Englandj iCLARA DARMSTADTER sidoache and my feet were so sore I could bardly nand I took two bottles of Lydia E Plakharns Vegetable Compound when my periods were established and now I am welL Mama says she havewithout your medicine in the house I told one girl what Lydia E Pinkhamu Vegetable Compound has done for me and she Is taking it now Miss Clara E Darmstadter of 453 Breckenrldge StBuflaloNYwrltesr- Dear Mrs Pinkham For about a year except during the put few months I suffered with severe pains every month with backaches and headaches I had tho blues so bad that I was in despair It Is a pleasure to toll you that Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured me The change In my appearance is won derful and I desire that this good may come to every sufferer Any ono desIring to knoW further details may writo to mo and I shall be glad to give thorn If you know of any young girl who is sick and needs motherly advice ask her to address Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and tell her every detail of hersymptoms and to keep nothing back She will receive advice absolutely free from a source that has no rival in the experience of womans ills and it will if followed put her on the right road to a strong healthy anti happy womanhood Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs cures whore others foil a record of actual cures of female ling in every part of the United the wonderful virtue of Lydiw ad and what it has done for them 14 a WHMIS t mUy ftr WMMMC life tt fresh yut windless With a sea so smooth that the barrier reefs for once j were silent nnd one could hear from racress the hushed nnd shining water the coo of pigeons In the forest Un der bare steerage way with the lends theIatIa pace round the On I the lofty bridge high above the won dering faces of his command the audpreme and solitary gone no sign o those inner emotions that were de vouring him Along the shore the sight of the battleship brought out adgroup A couple laughing girls astride on ponies raced the Inflexible for a mile and then their road end ing In a precipice threw kisses with their saucy hands Little children ran out into tho lagoon shouting with joy old men In Sunday clothes and with black Bibles under their arms turned their solemn eyes to seaward and for got for a moment the road to church A white man In striped pajamas was surprised at morning coffee on the veranda of his little house He darted Inside and reappeared with a maga zine rifle which ho emptied in the alt and followed up his courtesies by rais ing and lowering a union jack the size of a handkerchief The battle ship dipped her stately white ensign In acknowledgment as a swan might salute sir gnat and swept on with majestyWith every mjle the bays and wooded promontories grew Increasingly familiar as Sir John was borne to ward Llhua the scene of his boyish folly lie looked ashore in wonder surprised at the vividness and exact ness of his recollection He might have landed anywhere and found his way through those tangled scented paths with no other guide but mem ory Tb re was Papaloloa with Its roar- Ing falls there the ti a a Peau where he had shot his first goat yonder the misty heights or Tlarapu where Te hen and he had camped a night In the clouds in an air of English cold It was like a homecoming to see alt these familiar scenes spreading out before him He looked at his hands his thin veined wrinkled hands and it came over him with a sort of sur prise that he was an old man That was forty years ago he said to himself Forty years ago As Llhua opened out and he perceived with an inexpressible pang the thatched houses set deep In this shade of palms and breadfruit trees he felt himself in the throes ofitstrange and painful Indecision Ho paced up and down the bridge he lit a cigar and threw it away again Iw twice approached Commander Still well as though to give an order niul then still in doubt turned shamefacedly on his heel By the deep nine came the hoarse murmur of the leadsman It lay with him to stop the ship or nota word and she would come shivering to a standstill a word and the boatswain would pipe nway his gig and the crew would be running to their places His heart ached with the desire to land but something ho knew not whatwIthheld the order on his lips Let him remain silent and the opportunity would pass away for ever It was passing now with every turn of the propeller Had he not told her he would return Had he not whispered It that night when they were torn apart Did he not owe It J to her to keep the promise of forty years a promise given in the flush orII youth and hope and sealed with scnldIt Ing tears His resolution was taken He or dered Commander Stillwell to stop the ij ship and lower n boateI am going to treat myself to arrun ashore he said by way of explanation i The vessel slowly stopped The Coters here whipped oft the gig She was hoisted out and lowered the crewtj dropping down the ladder Into theirIplaces at the peeppeeppeep of thec whistleaI leave the ship said Sir John not 3 to convey a fact patently obvious but 1 In obedience to n naval formula He was landed at a little cove where in bygone days he had often whiled away an hour in charge of Hadows boat It gave him a singular sensation to feel the keel grate against the shin gle and to say to himself that this was Lihua He drew a deep breath as he t looked about and noticed how unchanged J it all was There were some t new houses in new places and grass j on the sites of others that were endeared to him In recollection but Itrwas Llhua after all tho Llhua of hiscboyhood the Llbua of his dreams For awhile he strolled about at random walking with the phantoms of the past hearing their laughter seeing their faces recalling a thousand things herhad forgotten It came over him with a start thntS the village was empty Then he re membered It was Sunday and they here all In church Thank God there were none to watch him no prying t curious eyes to disturb his thoughts But they would soon be out again and it behooved him to make the best use of his solitude while he might He struck Inland his heart beating with a curious expectancy At every sound he held his breath and he would turn quickly and look back with a haunting sense that Tehea was near him that perhaps she was gazing at him through the trees He approached his old home through overgrown plantations It awed him to part the branches and to feel himself drawing nearer at every step to the only house ho had over called his own As he heard tho splashing waterfall ho stopped not during for the moment to go on When at last ho did so and rs jJmiiaiL bill ho found no J house at nil Ndthing But tome andl weeds man high He moved aboutl here and there up to the armpits In verdure irf consternation at discover ing it gone His foot struck against a bowlder rockts Ion moved along and his foot struck again He pressed thet weeds back and looked down Ho saw a tomb of crumbling cement offsight tangle It had never occurred to him before that Tehea might be dead He held back the undergrowth again and peered Into the depths Yes It was the grave of a chief or a woman of rank one of those artless mounds of cement nnd rock that the natives with poetic fancy used to call falelauasl houses of sandalwood ollollsanga or the place where birds sing or in vulgar speech simply tuungamau or tombs These words unspoken unthought of for forty years lost overlaid and for gotten in some recess of his brain now returned to him with tormenting recollection He laid both hands o the thick stem of n shrub and tore It from the ground lIe seized another and dragged it out with the same fe rocity It was Intolerable that she should suffocate under all this warm we jungle that Intruded Itself like a hor rible canaille where there was none to drive it back lIe would give her air nnd sunshine she that had loved them loth he would uncover the poor stones that marked her last resting place he would lay bare the earth that wrapped her dead beauty lIe worked with desperation until his hands were bleeding until his eyes were stung and blinded with the streaming sweat Dizzy with the heat parched with thirst and sick with the steam that rose from the damp ground he was forced again and again to desist and rest lIe cut his waistcoat into slips and bound them round his bloody hands he broke the blades of his penknife on recalcitrant roots thtdefied the strength of his arms be He laid both hands on the thick stern of a shrjib and tore it from the ground labored with fury to complete the task he had set before him Here he stood within four walls of vegetation the sky above him the cracked and rotted tomb below satIsfied at last by the- ccomplishment of his duty The gold his sleeves was dirty and disor dered one of his shoulder straps dan gled lloose from his sodden coat his trousers were splashed with earth But for the moment the post captain was forgotten in the man as he mused on the tragedy of human life the mysteries of love and death nd destiny on his own irrevocable youth now so far behind him when he had forfeited his honor for the dead woman at his feet He called her aloud by name He bent down and kissed her mossy bed He whispered with a strange conviction that she could hear him that he had kept his promise to return Then rising to hIs feet he turned toward the sea and retraced his steps The people were still In church and the village was deserted as before Ho walked swiftly lest they might come flocking out before he could reach his boat to torture him with recognition with the question they would ask with their story of Teheas death Then ho laughed at his own fears remembering his white hair and the Intervening generation Time had passed over Borabora too The world he remembered was older by forty older and sadder and emptier He swung himself up the ladder mounted the bridge and put the vessel on her course The telegraph rang the engineers repeated back the slg sal and tho great battleship vibrating with her mighty engines resumed Once more her ponderous way KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNQS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHS 100 PRICE 100 Trial Soule Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUAZANTEED flATIIiFAarORli OB MOXEY REFUNDED a r Town Drummers In Scotland the town drummer was an Important personage and perform ed many duties When beggars or suspicious characters could not give u satisfactory account of themselves on being brought before the battles and were ordered to be placed in tho pit lory or In the Jougs they were after 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Michigan sprung one so much more rapid in the metaphor race than its rivals it may said to win in a walk Rising up on his tiptoes and i swelling out his chest a pouter pigeon the young orator exclaimed as though would his words might i athunderIng down tho ages The star of empire tripping with light footsteps across the Atlantic poises her outspread pinions in the air and then pitchesand let us hope it be foreverher tent above the dome of the capItol Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also and Bed bugs DRIES THEM UPjj RATS AND MICE them under all I They eat it in preference to food k No Stench- It Dries them up leaving only pelts r ROACHES AND BED BUGS They eat it and it kills them Results are permanent- No danger in using- It is a paste not a powder- Is easy to apply- Is the as so little Is required t Jno D Babbage KY r FarmersF to the Front Do you expect to be humbugged all yourii life by the Trusts If SQ continue use Commercial Fertilizers at 25 30 per ton has about 150 to 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has again visited our community and taken from our midst a dear daughter wife and mother On the 211st day of October in New Mexico Mrs Nina Anderson Marshall answered to the final summon returning her spirit to the God who gave it leavI ing only a bright memory to the many loved ones and friends who mourn for her here The death of the young is always a sad event but in this case it seems doubly yea trebly so since in the home from which she had only recently been i a bride The brother only a few years her junior had already proceeded her to the realm beyond and the death of this daughter leaves the home childless and desolate Indeedjj Mrs Marshall was the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Anderson and the wire of Mr Albert Marshall one of our most honored and respected citizens who for the past few years has been located at Guston One bright baby boy is left to the fathers care The funeral was held Friday and theI interment took place near GustonIA FriendI Notice Tax Payers AH 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 Gloverport Bank Lain Haffey Mr Claude Lain and Miss Nora Haffey of Victoria were united in marriage at the St Rose Catholic church at 10 oclock yesterday morning Wm Burk and Miss Jessie Brown stood upI with the bridal couple and Father Brey officiated Dont get out of patience with the baby when it is peevish and restless and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about it just give it a little Coscasweet Cascasweet is a cor rective for the stomachs of babies anti children Contains no harmful drugs Sold by All Druggists FACTS IN FEW LINES It Is a woman Miss 31 Co aumvmi who supplies the United States navy with Its Btntlonery note paper menuI cards and InvltatloiiH She Is a Con necticut girl but she got the training that makes It possible for her to do this kind of work at Pratt Institute Making card plates in the beginning she has worked up her splendid busi ness Excavations In Rome being conduct ed on the Palatine hill have shown a curious and Interesting circumstance The Necropolis hns been found to con lain remains of the ninth eighth sixthI and fourth centuries before Christ All fragments of the seventh and fifth centuries are lacking and archaeologists nre engaged In a close study of the i field In order to find the reason In Arbury Park Warwickshire Eng land the ancestral seat of the NewdlI gates a tapered pillar In gray granite on a three stepped pedestal has been erected to perpetuate the memory of George Eliot Her birthplace Is near by and her father brother and neph ew served the Newdegate family In the once of land agent The monu ment is the gift of P A N Newde gateIn the city of Springfield Mass Is a private art collection which Is the largest and most varied owned by any one person In the country It Is the proper ty of O W V Smith who has spent over fifty years getting It together and It Is ranked with the New York Metropolitan museum and the Wallace mu scum of London Mr Smith has loaned his collection to the city of Springfield to make the pictures eventually the property of the citizens Senator Palmer P Woods of the Is land of Hawaii Is going to make an effort for the preserving of the Ha waiian language There have been efforts In the past to preserve the lan guage in Its purity but the encroach ment of commercialism the Introduc tion of the English language as the official tongue and the exclusive use of English In the public schools have gradually undermined all efforts to preserve some semblance of the beau tiful language of the native Hawaii ana Probably not one person out of COO entering the south car In the elevator shaft of the Fifth Avenue hotel ever stops to read the little framed notice which hangs in one corner says the New York Sun But to the observing tow this little notice tells a story In this very space fortyeight years ago was placed the first passenger elevator ever built In the world In 1859 when first Installed It was one of the curiosI ties of the city and visitors from far and near came to witness Its opera ilea w O 1i1 6 McQUADY A large crowd went from hero to hear ExGov Bradley speak atJHardlnsburg Mrs W O Jolly returned from Owensboro last week Mrs Dr Sandbach was the guest of Mrs Marshall near Hardinsburg last WednesdayJames ston of Oklahoma Is here the guest of his mother Mrs Eulitte this week Henry Shrewsbury bought of Fran Wilson two match gray horses at a juicy price Little Amel Frank who was severely burned several weeks agois Improving Mrs John Bas returned from Buras where she has been the guest of her daughter Mrs H Burden Dudd Moorman has moved from Irv ington to W D Wilsons farm near McQuadyThree shredders are in the neigh borhood at work owned and run by Burden Bro W D Wilson and Mays Beavin Dr Quertermouse a retired physic ian of Springlick is here the guest of his daughter Mrs G W Eskridge Garfield Burden has moved into the Lyons property on railroad street Mrs G W Eskridge has returned from Springlick where she was called on account of the death of her sister Mrs Cal Jacobs Will Go to Floyd Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch will leave next week for Floyd county where Mr Lynch will be engaged in business for the Cincinnati Cooperage Company They have just returned from a delight ful visit to Mrs Heron at Terre Haute Ind While there they visited Fonta nette which was partially destroyed by an explosion of powder two weeks ago LONG IRElAND Quiet Home Wedding Solemnized Monday Afternoon The marriage of Miss Margaret For rest Long and Mr Benton Ireland took place Monday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home of Mr Oscar McGavock The ceremony was said by the Rev B M Currie in the presence of a number of guests who included the close relatives of the bridal couple Miss Lucy McGavock and Miss Bertha Long a sister of the bride were bridesmaidsAfter beautiful wedding supper given by Mr McGavock in compliment to Mr and Mrs reland they left for Skilluian where they will make their twine The Owensboro Inquirer gave splendid and well written write ups last week about the army of peaceful invasion Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty men headaches promptly dis appear when you take DeWitts Little E rly Riser Pills Sol l by All Druggists Morrison Calhoon dentists omc lownstalrs 205 Fourth street both ohones Owensboro Ky Mrs M S Jolly and son Ivan of Union Star are the guests of their cousin Mrs J M Fitch this week Mrs Georgia French of Tar Springs visited her sister Mrs Fitch Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot and daughter Jaue attended the Lightfoot Leitch wedding at Hawesville last night NervousBreakDown BreakDownNerve the force that controls the organs of respiration cir culation digestion and elimination When you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often be cause you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and left me on the verso of the grave I tried skilled reefclans but got no permanent I got so bad I had to give up my business I began taking Dr Mlle Restorative Nervlne In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured Iam in business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy MRS W 1 BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon Your druggist tells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return prIce of first bottle only If It fails to benefit you Miles Medical Co JElkhart Ind t 4 r r hL J i X f 4Thea- Scrap I Book Pats Arithmetic They were driving around the lakes of KIHarney on one or the Jaunting cars and got to talking with tho driver Among the information he gave them was that the clergy exacted a tenth of every persons property for the use of the church Ink come Pat said one Arrah thats nothing Bless your soul theyd be after takln a twentieth If they could LOVING Unless you can think when the song IB done I No other Is soft In tho rhythm Unless you can feel when left by one That all men else go with him Unless you can know when un praised by his breath That your beauty Itself wants proving Unless you can swear For life for deathI Oh fear to call it loving Unless you can muse In a crowd all day On the absent lace 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 unbehoovlng Unless you can die when the dream Is past Oh never call It lovingI 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 placo 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 tho money for the next crop ho found a colored man In charge and asked Whars de presdunt mister Ho has resigned and I have his place now c You got do whlto gemmans place nowYes and I hope to serve you Just as well as he did and bo equally worthy of your patronage You mought be dat Mr Presdunt but Id lak for you ter hand mo dat money I Jls gib you and gib me back what I posited lay time too If you please I done tuck notus dat when eber a white man gibs a nigger his coat the coat is got n hole In It sho The bank soon afterward failed and the depositors lost everythlng Llp plncotts He Did His Best A hungry Irishman went Into a res taurant on Friday and said to the waiter Have yes any whale No Have yes any shark No Have yea any swordfish No Have yez nny Jellyfish uN0All right said the Irishman Then bring mo ham and eggs and a beef steak smothered wid onions The LordI knows I asked for fishLadles Home Journal Opened by Mistake Tho man had been rushed to the hose pitnl and after n hurried diagnosis was operated upon for appendicitis But the surgeon found nothing wrong with his appendix so he sewed him up and sent the man back to his wife with this note pinned to his clothes Dear Madam I opened your male by mis take Humbly beg your pardon Dr Block Declining a Manuscript This Is how the editor of a paper In China declines a manuscript Illus trious brother of the sun and moon Look upon the slave who rolls at thy feet who kisses the earth before then and demands of thy charity permission to speak and live We have read the manuscript with delight By the bones I of our ancestors we swear that never before have we encountered such rt masterpiece Should we print It his majesty the emperor would order us to take It as a criterion and never again print anything which was net equal toI It As that would not be possible before 10000 years all tremblingly we return thy manuscript and beg thee 10000 pardons Seemy head Is at thy 1 feet and I am the slave of thy servant As the Boy Saw It An Englishman tells the story of a boy who saw an exceedingly bowlegII ged man standing In front of a hot fire Final he could restrain himself no longer and said Hey mister youd better get away from there Youse warp In The Loan Was Returned Just why she was carrying a five j cent piece in heT hand as she climbed Into the car was not quite clear A stout gentleman In the cross scat In front of her turned as she entered for sho was very pretty His hat brim struck the hand with the nickel daintily held between thumb and fin ger and the coin dropped down his backIm really very sorry she stam morel as he gave a convulsive shudder for It was evident that the nickel was rtMtng down the length of his spine Its of no consequence at all said the stout gentleman I dont feel It at all now If you have a silver dollar or a gold locket or But site began still more flustered I really must have It Lack again for Its the only change I have The smile dropped off the face of th stout gcntioiuan uiul lie begun to tool I re t l dti 1IIi CHENAULT Mrs Jim Manning is sick at this writingAbe llennett was In Stephensport last week on business Miss Margaret Stallman was in Stephensport Monday shopping Eugene Sites of Hardlnsburg spent one night last week with C L Warren Miss Blanche Bennett of Union Star is visiting her cousin Miss Verna BennettMiss Mary Manning spent a few days of last week the guest of her cousin Miss Lucy Manning Mrs Ed Vessels of Evansvlllo spent a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs A S Allen JImmie Brodie and mother went to Hardlnsburg last week to hear the speaking of W O Bradley Mrs Oscar Carr who has been visit ing Miss Bessie Cunningham has re turned to her home in Hawesville GLENDEANE J H Pile of Hardinsburg was here this week Mrs P B Hoskins is iin Louisville on a visit E L Kiper sold a suckling mule to Ed Stone for f62 D C Moorman went to Louisville on business Monday- T L Curtis was in Louisville on business one day this week John Beeler of Kirk was down on business one day this week Dr P E Dempster of Irvington was to see his father who is very sick Jqhn Kiper has gone back to Louis ville after spending several days with his friends Vester Barker of Kirk wad down Sunday to see J R Barker who is very ill and not expected to Jive Mr and Mrs James Fulkerson left Thursday for Junction City Kas where he is going to work for C W StricklandJohn and Nolle Ashley and Miss Lillie Whitely and Miss Jennie Kiper spent Sunday with Manda Harris of McDanielAlthough J J Tilfords two gourd vines at Fordsville had 36 gourds on them Louis Ashley has one vine that beat both of Mr Tilfords His vine bad 28 gourds on it after the ducks had helped themselves 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 uot only safe but de cidedly certain and prompt Preventics contain no quinine no laxative noth ing harsh nor sickening Token at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preventice Good for Feverish children 48 Pre ventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by All Dealers v DUKES The sick are improving Miss Mamie Cahal was in Hawesville Saturday F Newbury was in Owensboro Tues day night of last week Born on October 14 to the wife of James Harris a fine boy H H Tindle was in Owensbora Saturday and Sunday of last week L Newbury and daughter Miss Flora was in Hawesville Saturday Mr and Mrs Jack Smiley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Alonzo Ray Jess Hazelip of Deanfield spent Saturday the guest of James Cahal Mrs Wave Tindle spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs Laura Burnett- B F Powers spent Sunday the guest of his brother Steve Powers of Pates ville The A S of E lodge met at the schoolhouse Tuesday night with a large attendance Misses Ella Evans and Lizzie Nix of Patesvillo spent Friday night with Mrs Sam Wheatly Miss Senada Powers spent last week in Hawesville the guest of her aunt Mrs Martha Waltz F O Burnett and family of Pates ville spent last week with his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Burnett Mrs Maggie Campbell and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Richard Sapp of Owensboro Mrs Elizabeth Dunn returned home Saturday after a few months visit with relatives in Owensboro and Ensor Elles Carman and sister Miss Artie returned to their home at Livia Mon day after a weeks visit with relatives Misses Alice Stinnett and Eva Powers of Goering spent Saturday and Sunday 6iEAiDPXnEN1s1ELLABOU1pE1V1L Catarrh Fifteen Years Mrs S A Rogers LoMoore Gal writes I had chronic catarrh of fifteen years Handing and death seamed to taro me In the taco I tried several so called catarrh remedies and without wall I took fifton bottles of Peruna and tvp bottles of Manalln and I am completely curt All the catarrhal symptoms aro gone my dlgostldn Is good my appetite is good and I rest well at night I am seventy years of age and Ihope to live many more years to praise Poruna to all my friends who sinter from catarrh as I did = Cough and Indigestion Thos Bockwlth 11 Kltohell St Au burn N Y writes IndigestionandPerunawas talking with an old friend last tookPoranal8Stlwinter of your medicine I shall feel It my duty to recommend Perona to all my friendsA many testimonials from people of high rank and people In the ordinary walks of life are received every month Catarrh In all Its phases catarrh of the different organs of the body acute catarrh chronic catarrh catarrh that has baffled other remedies all these are giving to Peruna unqualified and unsolicited endorsement the guests of Misses pearl and Carrie BashamCicero Rearden and John Cahal ac companied by their families left Sat urday for Sebree where they will re side in the future Mrs Mollie Peacock and little son Theodore returned to their home at Ensor Tuesday after a few days visit with her aunt Mrs Jack Tindle Mr and Mrs Alonzo Rearden and little son Roscoe returned to their home at Weber Saturday after a weeks visit with her patents Mr and Mrs L NewburyMisses Carrie and Pearl Basham Artie Carman and Ethel and Nellie Cabal Messrs Eugene Basham and Elles Carman were the guests of Miss Flora Newbury Thursday eveniqg1 His Dear Old Althcr liMy dear old mother Who is now eightythree years old thrives on Elec tric Bitters writes W B Brunson of Dublin GaeSbe has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels atrong and sleeps weUa Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weaknessI and general debility Weak puny children too aae greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles sold by Severs Drug Co sOc BLACK JACK VOTES Ernest Brown and Harry Polock went to Paynesville Tuesday Mrs Alex Hamilton was here one day last week to see her little grand son The party given by Miss Susie Shack lett last Thursday night was delight ful Mrs J H Shacklett spent one day last week with Mrs Bud Price of BrandenburgMrs Lamb and Mrs LizzieI Brown spent Tuesday with Mrs Wm Tindall of Garrett The Stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Lum Hamilton on October 20 and left them a fine son Mr and Mrs Bob Buckler of Taylor ville spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Jack Collins of Big Spring Misses Nannie and Lula Sipse spent last Friday night with Misses Bertha and Mable Foushee of Hill Grove Miss Nell Bewley and brother Law Kodol Rheumatism ef Old Afe Mrs Caroline Trunk 1705 Joffe Avof Peoria Ill writes I had a very painful trouble for years consisting of rheumnttim IB INIck and in tho thigh I used a Ideal of medicine but itdid not hOlp Then I used Dr Hartman and two bottles of this milrtif me of the rheumatism I wish te k both Feruna and Maaalla always la house This is the best medicine ja can recommend any one N take rheumatismCatarrh All Threuih My Syfttei Mr Robert Metters Murdock t Co Nob Box 45 writes I commenced to take rerun t first of last February I took It nearly as possible according to dl tlona I also got Peruna almmso for the first time learned that trouble was Myttemtc catarrh tcatarrh from my head all through system I took Peruo until 1wase trebly care t11111Jl1l xW SI = III am eightythroe and a half years ol and feel as young as Idid ten years ag I visited recently among some o friends who said I looked as young jJ Idid twenty years ago I thank yc for your kindness to me and hope yc may live long to benefit suffer humanityI Poruna Is the best medlar in the world for all catarrhal diseases Mr J W Palmer lUG Tower ATI Superior Wis vct GF For If- joit Mis den Mal Viri The eve tbe tior Hal Jt- the and in t dcctamc last wet gho got abq con ver State alhe 1atti uter ray n i- iliII Vhan rence of Big Spring v spent Saturday night with their aiW Mrs IAhDowns X et V 1school er w well attended and the boxes all brl gn fancy prices Some as high as 135 rt The Misses Prather entertained aetnumber of their friends last Sunday Those present were Misses Lena awltFanny Dowell Lillie and Dona Millerll Allie Sipse Nell Bcwley and Melissae1 Brownof Big Springand Miss SinclaLr of Breckenridge They all enjoyed theTday very muchtCUT THIS OUT 3c AND SAVE ITii p 1 SaysMany Persons Here Can Be Made Happy By Using This 1 There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood bow that the following advice by an eminent authority who writes for readers of a large East ern daily paper will be highly appreciat ed by those who suffer Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces of Compound Syrup SarSapa rilla Shake these well in a bottle take in teaspopnful doses after eat meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few vic tams of this dread and torturous dis ease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a permanent cure is the resultThis simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys sothat they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatismbut numer ous other diseases Every man or wpman here who feels thattheir kidney are not healthy and active or who suff era from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our read ers ask them I r FOR DYSPEPSIA II DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT h h u h 11Stomachftl BlUHMWNt KldDSJI trJ DeWltrs KldMJi II nAnD ONLT AT 7Ma LA8ORATOXY PJRtiirIIE O DeWITT do COMPANY For Ssl by edt Druydiata- t iI 1ii 4 ipJc 11