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Is Id 4 t V tlH tyF Y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r 1 I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII tLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 I e07 8 Pages NO 17 I 1i 1I i a h a rl a j I e e I iI e L d v jn jD 11a e a f d e Ii r sit a i1 e 1 GRAND TIME- IIALLOWEEN NIGHT FortySix Ghosts Entertained By The Epworth League Social CommitteeI If you want to have a good time join the Epworth League now while Miss Grace Plank is Third Vice Presi dent and has Miss Lula Severs Miss Margaret Burn Harold Murray and Virgil Babbage on her social committee They can mako folks enjoy themselves even when ghosts are around at least they did at the Ghost Walk in the recep tion room of the Methodist church Halloween night Just before 8 oclock in every part of io town ghosts began to appear and H their white robes made their way to the church where they were numbered and fell in line for the grand march in the main room which was artistically decorated Chrysanthemums were among the floral decorations and jacko lanterns and old Miss Pumpkin lights were used to break the darkness in ghostland The ghosts immediately got very sociable and tried to renew acquaintances but when the guessing contest was closed few recognitions were recorded Some of the ghosts were tall and nteresting others angelic with grace ul wings and many were as ugly as he old witch herself Their presence jade the occasion a very scary one at Miss Ray Heyser a= courageous ember of the B Y P U sang Whos Afraid and got the guests in rave spirits An invitation was ex nded them to have theic fortunes told oing to the fortune teller was as ex iting as theuThlrd Degree at the Vhite City in Louisville and the only onsolation to those who had started- as Its a long road that has no turn Vhen first entering the concession one ent through cold and hot regions and ere then sent over a freightful path hafi made you feel very queer Final this sensation subsided and the rtuneteller who was heard and not en spoke many words of relief and couragement One girl was told You have a dangerous rival but you ill git him anotheruYou have en sweethearts a long time and will married this year There were several other attractions the programme that contributed to e amusement of the guests and about 30 delicious homemade canny fruit i popcorn were served in abundance o popcorn was most attractively tied in yellow tissue paperin the shape pumpkins with a little face pasted on h bundle The crowd commenced nUng the social Committee at 11 ock for the pleasant evening and la thanking them tops itching instantly Cares piles ma salt rheum tetter itch hives pes scabies Doans Ointment At drug store All Store Fixtures For Sale t Remember iJ he Day and fj t 4 PLEADED TO DIE Miss Vina Bandys Wish Was Granted And Death Came Thursday Night Miss Vina Bandy the young woman who shot herself in the abdomen Wed nesday morning died Thursday night She was nineteen years of age and was the daughter of Mrs Eliza Bandy The shooting occured at Williams Hotel in West Point about 7 oclock and it was Miss Bandys intention to com mitt suicide That afternoon she was taken to her home at Stephensport where every medical attention was given her but she pleaded with the physicians to be allowed to die She lleft a note saying a young man was the cause other trouble that made her want to end her existence The funeral was held Sunday morn ing and the interment took place in the grave yard at Union Star The services were conducted by the Rev F Roberts in the presence of a heartcrushed mother and two hundred sorrowing friends Quick Climatic changes try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snuffl ing coughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throatall are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest remedy con tains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worse cases yield to treatment in a short time All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Cloverport Teachers Entertained Mrs L T Reid entertained at her home from 5 to 6 oclock Friday after noon the faculty of the Cloverport Graded School The guests were Misses Margaret Wroo and Edith Burn teachers of the primary department Miss Cora McCoy who has charge of the intermediate department Miss Jennie Patterson first assistant and Prof Edmond Wro- eInterested In Cloverport Mrs Eliza B Webb of Louisville was an interesting passenger on the east bound train Friday morning She was on her way home from Hawesville after a short visit to relatives there Mrs Webb had baskets filled with butter and eggs and other things good to eat that are scarce in the city Although Mrs Webb has traveled a great deal and seen many places Clo verport still interests to her and she got near a window that she might see the town as she passed through Mrs Summers Dead Mrs Rebecca Summers widow of Frank Summers died October 27 at her home at Garrett Meade county Elizabethtown News 1 8A c AT KINGSWOOD The Famous Kansas Cyclone in Skirts Lectures to a Good Crowd Thursday People from Hardinsburg Glendeane and from several other places in Breck enridge county went to Kingswood Thursday to hear Mrs Carrie Nation speak She delivered two lectures one in the afternoon and the other at night Mrs Nation told the audiences the evils of drink that are known only too well then advanced her ideas as ho to cut out the evil and build up the good which she partially does with a hatchet During her stay at Kingswood she was entertained by Hev and Mrs Hughes principals of Kingswood College Mrs Nation gave a waitaminute talk here at the depot Thursday morn ing while the east bound train on which she was a passenger was at the station and her impromptu speech on whisky and tobacco was a treat to those who heard her HER FIRST HATCHET WORK The first time Mrs Nation ever used her hatchet in a saloon was the night her son who was under age came home drunk She became so indignant at the saloon keeper who let her son have the whisky unlawfully that she and another woman took their hatchets that night and broke up the saloon That was what started her and it is enough to start any mother Though the fat little woman with black eyes and hair that is thickly tinted with grey has been put in jill thirty times and paid fSOOOm fines she has been victorious and will be until the eqd Public Invited Everyone is invited to use the Reading Table at the Brecken ridge News office The daily news papers magazines and other good reading matter are kept on this tale and all visitors who will come in and quietly enjoy it without dis turbing the office force are cordially welcome Stationery pen and ink will also be furnished free at this table upon request The wedding of Miss Bessie Lee Neill and Mr W D Bland will take place November 14 at 730 oclock in the Baptist church at Stithton Ky Mr Bland formerly lived at West Point and is now engaged in merchandise business at Kosmosdale Revival Begins Monday A series of revival meetings will be gin Monday night November J11 at the Baptist church in this city ItEV W D NOWLIN oftiwonsbuui who wit assist tip IVv lames Lewis in the revival services at the Baptist church in this city uu Skating Party The young men skaters gave a skating party at Oelzes hall Saturday night They spent a most pleasant time from 8 until 1030 Among the guests were Misses Ray Heyser Cleona Weather holt Jane and Ella Smith Mamie De Haven Margaret Moorman Claudie Pate Eana Jarhoe Mamie Graham and Miss White des of Louisville Messrs Harry Weatherholt Marion Denton Chas OBrien David Phelps Horace Tucker Joe Graham Paul Lewis and Harry Newsom Mrs Reese Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot gave an allday dinner party at their home Monday in compliment to Mrs George Reese of Pineville The guests were Mr Chas Kiel of Kosmosaale Mrs George Bentley of Hawesville Mrs Morris Beard of Hardinsburg Mrs George Reese Dr and Mrs Forrest Lighttoot I i I DeadIMr Chris Fraize n prominent man of BUzflbetittown died at his home in that city Friday morning He was a brother of Mr Frank Fraize of this place who was with him at the time of his death and attended his funeral 1 r r Thomases Electric Oil is the j best remedy for that often fatal disease crouo Has lbeen usu with success in our unity for eight yenrsMrl- L Wbiteacre Buffalo N Y t Was Past Years Mrs H W Conrad passed away at a ripe old age at her home at Leaven worth Ind Wednesday of last week She was seventyone years of age and was the mother of Mr Sam Conrad of this place who wit h his wife and son Mr Shelby Conradattended the funer al which was held Friday morning at 10 oclock Closing Oaf To Quit Business COME r Mr And Mrs Woods At Postmaster and Mrs Robert E Woods of Louisville after several days in Washington went to Jamestown before returning home Mr Woods has many associations at the Capital where he graduated with high honors in law at the Univer sity now the George Washington Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headache nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood redrich pnrew restores perfect healt- hTwentyEighth For Turkey Roosevelt has issued his the Secretary of state naming the last Thursday in November the 28th Positively to Quit- Business Entire Stock CLOTHING GENTS FURNISHINGS SHOES p be sold at less than manufacturers Everything in the entire stock must go and go at once store This sale is genuine as we are to quit and only have a time to sell the entire stock Sale Begins Saturday November 9 soldkill STOCK OR PART IT i jj Remember this is an Entire New Stock of Merchandise no old goods or goods for a sale but all New Goods for this T seasons trade Dont wait Dont put it off Come tomorrow or better still today and get the choice of the entire stock lont Make a Mistake and Dont Miss This Sale Prices are all Cut Into ii 4Date IN AND EXAMINE THE SEE BIG BILL FOR PRICES The Big Store CARRIE NATION BlnndNeill Entertained SHAPINSKY BROS ThreeScore Cloverport Kentucky Jamestown pleasant Columbia CourierJournal President Thanksgiving proclamation through Going of prices including fixtures going business limited OF bought bought as GOODS Will be Here Only a Short Time IrY ai 1 fj f I- rfI j- t r trly f It l I ii- II rff f 4 4 k- F cii4II c v r- tiJ V llt t ejitI r 1 t 1 7 0 it f f- vv c I t I I0 i r NNE The Scaler A Blazed Trail Story By STEWART EDWARD WHITE Copjrlcht 1003 by S 8 McCluro Co Morrison and Daly ot ONCE but then lumbering Bccson lake lent some money to a man named Orothers taking In return a mortgage on what was known as the Crothers tract of white pine In duo time as Crothers did not liquidate the firm became possessed of this tract They hardly knew what to do with It The timber was situated some fifty miles from the railroad in a country that threw all sorts of difficulties across the loggers path and had to be hauled from nine to fifteen miles to tho river Both Morrison and Daly groaned In spirit Supplies would have to be toted in to last the entire winter for when the snow came communica tion over fifty miles of forest road would be as good as cut off Whom could they trust among the lesser fore men of their woods force Whom could they spare among the greater At this juncture they called to them Tim Shearer their walking boss and the greatest rlvcrman In the state Youll haTe to Jib her said Tim promptly TWho would be hired at any price to go up In that country on a ten mile haul demanded Daly skeptically Jest one man replied Tim an I know where to find him He returned with an Individual at the sight of whom the partners glanc ed toward each other in doubt and dismay But there seemed no help for It A contract was drawn up In which the firm agreed to pay 0 a thousand merchantable scale for all saw logs banked at a railway to be situated a given number of miles from the forks of Cass branch while on his side James Boucko better known as the Rough Red agreed to put in at least three and a half million feet After the latter had scrawled his signature he lurched from the office softly rub bing his hairy freckled hand where the pen had touched It That moans a crew of wild Irish man said Morrison And that means theyll Just slaugh ter the pine added Daly Theyll saw high and crooked theyll chuck tho tops Who are we going to send to scale for em- dorrisou sighed I hate to do It thores only Fitz can make It go So then they called to them another 9f their best men named FItz Patrick and lent him nwny alone to protect the firms Interests In the depths of the vvilderncm The Rough Red was a big broad faced man with eyes far apart and a bushy red heard He wore a dingy DiRCklimw coat a dingy black and white checked flannel shirt dingy blue trousers tucked Into high socks and ItimbcruiRiiM rubbers The only spot Df color in his costume was the flam Ing red BMHlt of the voyageur which he- passed twice around his waist When at work his little wide eyes flickered with a baleful wicked IJght his huge voice bellowed through the woods In a torrent of imprecations and com ai rids his splendid muscles swelled visibly even uuder his loose blanket loot us he wrenched suddenly and javflgoly at some mans stubborn cant book stock A hint of reluctance or opposition brought his fist to the murk with irresistible Impact Then he would pluck his victim from the snow tad kick him to work with a savage lost that raised a laugh from every body excepting the object of it In the work was little system but such cfficicy The men gambled drank fought without a word of protest from their leader With an ordl nary crew such performances would save meant slight accomplishment but those wild Irishmen with their blood ihot eyes their ready Jests their equally ready fists plunged Into the Justness of banking logs with all the abandon of a carouse and the work was done Law In that wilderness was not saving that which the Rough Red hose to administer Except In one Instance penalty more severe than n beating thee was none for the men ould not equal their leader in break ing the greater and lesser laws of morality The one instance was that f young Barney Malian who while trunk mishandled a horse so severely is to lame It hint the Rough Red sailed to formal account Dont ye know that horses cant be had he demanded singularly enough without an oath Come here The man approached With a single powerful blow of a starting bar tho- Rough Red broke his tibia Try th lameness yerself said the Rough Rod grimly On Thanksgiving day the entire place went on n prolonged drunk The Rough Red distinguished himself Dy rolling the round stove through the loor into the snow lie was badly Darned in accomplishing this delicate lost but minded the smart no more than ho did the admiring cheers of his maudlin but emulative matos Fitz Patrick extinguished a dozen little Ires that the coals had started shifted the intoxicated Mallans log out of the longer of some ones falling on it and topartod train that roaring hell hole to the fringe of the solemn forest And his brings us to FItz Patrick Fitz Patr k was a tall slow man wIth n face built square The lines tf his brows his mouth and his Jaw Ian straight across those of his tem tJlex cheeks and nose straight up and rown His eyo was very quiet and his speech rare When ho did talk it wa with deliberation For days some times her would ejaculate nothing but monosyllables looking steadily on the things about him He had walked in ahead of tho tote team late one evening In tho autumn after the Rough Red and his devils had been at work a fortnight The cam consisted quite simply of three build- Ings which might have been identi fied as a cook camp a sleeping camu and a stable FItz Patrick entered th sleeping camp stood his slender scal ing rule in the corner and peered about him through the dusk of a single lamp He saw a round stove In the center a littered and dirty floor bunks filled Why nint that tog marked with horrible straw and worse blan kets Jumbled here and there old and dirty clothes drying fetidly lIe saw an unkempt row of hart faced men along the deacon sent reckless in bearing with the light of the dare devil in their eyes Where is the boss asked Fitz Pat rick1 steadily The Rough Red lurched his huge form toward the Intruder I aui your staler explained the latter Whew Is the aMes You kin have the hunk beynml III dicated UH Rough lied surlily You have ua otllce then Whats good enough fer th man Is gaol enough for a boss anti whats good euongh fr th boss IIs good fer any blank bliinkeJ sealer It IU not RXV enough for this one replied FItz Patrick calmly I have no notion of sleepln and worliln In no such noise an dirt I need an of flee to keep me books an th van Not a log do I scale for ye Jimmy Bourke till yeee give me n fit place to tally In And so It came about though the struggle lasted three days Tho Rough Red stormed restlessly between the woods and the camp delivering tre mendous broadsides of oaths and threats Fltz Patrick sot absolutely BABY VASTED TO- MERESKELETON II In Torments a Year and a Half with Terrible Sores on Face and Body Hands Tied to Stop Scratching and Tearing at FleshBut CURE BY CUTICURA COMPLETE AND SPEEDY MMy little son when about a year and a half old began to have sores come out on his face I had a phy sician treat him but the sores grew worse armslthenthen ono came on his chest worse than the others Then I called another physician Still he grew worse At tie end sufferinghein cloths at night to keep him from scratching the sores and tearing tho flesh lie got to bo a mere skeleton and was hardly able to walk My aunt advised me to try Cuttcura Soap and Ointment So great was her faith in it that she gave me a small piece of Cuticura Soap to try and a little Cuticura Ointment I took it home without any faith but to please her I tried it and it seemed to dry up the sores a little I sent to the drug store and got a cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment and followed the direction and at the end of about two months the sores were all well Ho has never had any sores of any kind since lIe is now strong and healthy and I can sincerely sny that only for your most wonderful remedies my pro cious child would have died from those terrible sores I used only one cake of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment Mrs Egbert Sheldon R F D No1Woodvflle Conn April 22 1005 ITCHING PIMPLES Cured by Cuticura in Nebraska pimplesforgot Cuticura Soap and Ointment I did so and in three weeks my face was entirely cured I nun so pleased with Cutieura Remedies that I will recom mend them to other sufferers Mrs Florence Delavergne R F D No2 Auburn Neb Aug 281006 and Internal Treatment for- Everytlumorof Infants Children and Adults eon Sc to Cleanse tho Skin CutlcursOintme0nal5c to Ural the Bkln and Resolvent 6OcI or In the form of ChocoCud Coated Pills 25c per vial of 00 Blood Bold throughout the world PotterDrug Sole Props Boston Maw doitrnwued cfo Bow to cure very Uumor Imperturbable on tho deacon seat looks ing straight in front of him his lelr stretched comfortably aslant one handI supporting the elbow of the other which in turn held his short brier pipe The cook a thin faced sly man secretly admired him Luke out for th Rough Red hell dye o ho would whisper hoarsely when ho passed the silent scaler pBut In the three days the Rough Redl put his men to work on a little cabin scalinguthe forest His business was by measuring the diameter of each log to ascertain and tabulate the number of board feet pu In by the contractor On tho basis ofI his single report James Bourke would be paid for the seasons work Inevitably ho at onco became James Bourkos natural enemy and so of every In the crow with the possible exceptio- of the cook- Suppose you log n knoll which your eye tells you must grow nt least half a million suppose you work conscien tiously for twelve days suppose your average has always been between 40 000 and 60000 a day And then sup pose the sealers sheets credit you with only a little over the 4000001 What would you think of it Would you not 30 Inclined to suspect that the sealer lad cheated you in favor of his mns terthat you had been compelled by false figures to work a day or so for nothingFItz Patrick scaled honestly for he was a just man but exactitude and optimism of estimate never have ap proximated and they did not in this case The Rough Red grumbled accused swore threatened FItz Patrick smoked steadily and said nothing Tho two men early came to a clash over the methods of cutting Tho Rough Red and his crew cut anywhere everywhere anyhow The easiest way was theirs Small timber they skipped large timber they sawed high tops they left rather than trim them Into togs FItz Patrick would not have the pine slaughtered Never would the Red acknowledge the wrong nor promise tho Improvement- but both were there and both he and FItz Patrick knew it The Rough Red chafed frightfully but in a way his hands were tied He could do nothing without the report and It was too far out to send for another scaler even It- Daly would have given him one Finally In looking over a skldwny he noticed that one log had not been blue penciled across the end That meant that It had not been scaled and that In turn meant that he the Rough Red would not be paid for his labor In cutting and banking It At once he begun to bellow through the woods Hey FItz Patrick 1 Come here you blank blanked blank of a blank Come hereThe sealer swung leisurely down the travoy trail and fronted tho other with level eyes Well said he Why aint that log marked HI culled It I Aint It sound and good Is there a Mark on It A streak of punk or rot Aint It good timber What th blanks th mutter with It You tried to do me out of Unit you blank skunk A log Is culled or thrown out when for nny reason It will not make good timberIll tell you Jimmy Bourke replied FItz Patrick calmly th stick Is sound and good or was before your murderln crew got hold of It but If yell take a squint nt the butt of It yell see that your gang has sawed her on a six inch slant Theyve wasted a good foot of th log I spoke of that afore an now I give ye wnrnln that I cull every log big or little punk or sound that aint sawed square and true across th buttTh log Is sound an good an yoll scale It or Ill know th reason why I will not replied FItz Patrick The following day he culled a log in another and distant skldway whose butt showed a slant of a good six Inches The day following he culled another of the same sort on still an other skldway He examined It close ly then sought the Rough Red It Is useless Jimmy Bourke said he to be hauling of that same poor log from skldway to skldway You can shift her to every travoy trail in th Crothers tract but it will do yo lit tle good Ill cull it wherever I find it and never will yo get th scale of that log The Rough Red raised his hand then dropped it again whirled away with a curse whirled back with another and spat out UBy Fltz Patrick yo go too far Yeve hounded me and harried me through th woods all th yearI By tis a good stick an ye shall scale iU I1Yo an yore old fellows Is robbers alike cried one of the men Fitz Patrick turned on his heel and resumed his work The men ceased theirs and began to talk That night was Christmas eve After supper the Rough Red went direct ly from the cook camp to the mens camp FItz Patrick sitting lonely in the little office heard tho sounds of debauch rising steadily like mysterious storm winds In distant pines He shrugged his shoulders and tallied his days scaling nnd turned into his bunk wearily for of holidays there are none in the woods savo Sunday About midnight some one came in Fitz Patrick roused from his sleep by aimless blunderlngSj struck a light and saw the cook looking uncertainly toward him through blood clotted lashes The man was partly drunk partly hurt bu more frightened Le1 me stay pleaded tho man 111 wont bother you I wont even make a noise Im skeered Course you can stay replied the scaler Come here He washed the mans forehead and bound up the cut with surgeons pins I DONT WAIT Take Advantage of Kentucky Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroynights rest Mrs L B Taylor of 810 East Jeffer tson St Louisville Ky says Several years ago I contracted a cold which settled in my kidneys I suffered a great deal from pains across my back loins and was also much annoyed by kidneynsecretions especially at night I steadily grew worse began to be annoyed by dizziness and a feeling of languor and depression I procured Doans Kidney Pills and felt relief from the first I continued the treatment and was soon cured I gave a statement to this effect in 1900 and am glad to confirm same at this time for the cure has proven to be a permanent one For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansand take no other ter from the van The man fell silent looking at him in wonderment for such kindnessFour later dimly through the mist of his broken sleep FItz Patrick heard the crew depart for the woods In tho early dawn On the crest of some higher waves of consciousness were borne to him drunken shouts maudlin blasphemies After a time he arose and demanded breakfast Tho cook pale and nervous served him The man was excited irresolute eager to speak Finally ho dropped down on the bench opposite FItz Pat rick and began FItzv said he dont go In the woods today Tho men Is fair wild wid tho drink and tho Rough Red is be side hlself Las night I heerd them They are goln to skid the butt log again and they swear that if you cull it again they will kill you Fitz Patrick swallowed his coffee In silence In silence ho arose and slip ped on his mackinaw blanket coat In silence he thrust his beechwood tablets into his pocket and picked his pliable sealers rule from the corner Where are ye goln asked tlib cook anxiously Im goln to do the work they pay me to do answered FItz Patrick He took his way down the trail his face set straight before him the smoke of his breath steaming behind The first skid way he scaled with care lay Ing his rule flat across the face of each log entering the figures on his many leaved tablets of beech marking the timbers swiftly with his blue crayon The woods were empty No ring of the ax no shout of the driver no fall of the tree broke tho silence FItz Patrick comprehended He knew that at the next skldway the men were gathered waiting to see what he would do gathered openly at last in that final hostility which had been matur ing all winter He knew besides that most of them were partly drunk and wholly reckless and that he was alone Nevertheless after finishing conscientiously skldway number one he moved on to skidwny number two There as he had expected the men were waiting in ominous silence Methodically deliberately he did the work Then when the last pencil mark had been made and the tablets had been closed with a snap of finality the Rough Red stepped forward Ye have finished with this skid way asked the foreman in soft cat tonesI have answered Fljz Patrick brleflyIContinued on page 7 Women as Well as Menjj Are Made Miserable by Kidney Troublejj Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by one I cheerfulness soon are when out of the klcfjj diseasedKidney trouble has so prevalent is not uncommon a child to be bornI with weak kid If the child urin too often the urine scaldS the r If when the child reaches an age should be able to control the yet afflicted withI bedwetting the cause ofmaltand the difficulty Is and the first step should be the treatment ofIthese Important This unpleasant trouble Is due to a condition of the most kidneys people and not to a habit as Women as well are made miserable with bladder trouble and both need great The mild and remedyII Swamp Root Is it Is sold druggists In cent and sizes You may sample bottle by It If It arrnmattmany thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 8t Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y lOB even bottle j eD Ls ss1 I W H BOTTUXR President A B SKILUIAN Cashier d F L LIOHTTOOT Plce resident Cius SICILIAN Asat Cashier The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in everyI verylatestInterest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited NNNN The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F CashierPAUIDIRECTORS Morris Eskridge BeardDrAdmInistratorIntrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFiro or Burglary N NN N N NNN 4r First State Bank 1 IRVINQTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I I I THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Sr3r3r 9rrr r3dr rr r 1The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 200 rate Only one block from the principal Bhopplugrdlstrlct and two blocks fromIIthe principal theatres IofcityII r t 43rr3a 3i9r t r WHY WE LAUGH I- AI Little Nonsense Tow and Then Is Relished by the Wisest Men II t Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for a three months trial subscription for either of these and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIE WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of lime Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York I The s Southern Railway Offers Very Low Round Trip Homeseekersr Rates To ArkansasIndian Louisiana Oklahoma and Texas Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern Railway Agent or write A R COOK D P A B S VENT T P A j I Louisville Ky v m Bi jBtllliWfSJI School Supplies AT THE r NEWSlOFFICE lo Kip t tt- i a- nu u i 1- t I i I 1i 1 I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I L R I I Y T I r v 0 q j f k t t e I 1t t 0t 0t 0t c I i f cf t 9t r Ir i iI ii i I 1 I e 1 frnMANM1O1THEORYublic 0 Must Pay Their Way They Dont Always Do This However Because Not Enough Is Charged Off to Depreciation and the Plants Dont Have to Pay Taxes Undertakings Limited to Localities Where the Pat I nonage Will Be Large In theory public utilities operated by German cities must pay their own away This theory is not however f wily borne out in practice because tho Allowance for depreciation is frequent ly inadequate and the plants are not required to make good tho taxes for merly paid by the companies they superseded But the effort to put these services on a paying basis has resulted In limiting the various undertakings to districts where they are sure to pay On the other hand when these utilities are operated by companies the same restrictive results are noticed because almost without exception the fran chises are so weighted down with pro visions for payments to the city and are at the same time of such short duration that the companies would not be warranted in extending tho service beyond the districts in which they are sure to pay at once Professor Hugo II Meyer in recent articles in the Electrical Railway Review and the Journal of Political Economy describes the results of this re- strIctive policy on street railways and electric lighting and the following facts are taken from his articles The cities that went Into the street railway business adopted a uniform faro of JJD cents but with two excep- tIons abandoned this after short trials The experience of two typical German clues will prove of interest as showing what high rates are charged when jltles attempt to operate utilities on a paying basis When the city of Cologne took over the street railways the fares charged were 25 cents for distances up to 15 miles and 375 cents for the maximum distance 09 miles After operating them awhile the city authorities raised the fare materially while extending slightly the minimum stage The present charges are 25 cents for 10 miles B75 cents for 375 miles 5 cents for BC3 miles and G25 cents for distances over 503 miles The city of Dusseldorf which ac quired its street railways in moo at tempted to operate them at the uni form fare of 25 cents which had been charged by the street railway com pany but soon found that it was losing money and limited the 25 cent fare to 244 miles charging 375 cents for dis tances between that and 425 miles After Increasing the track mileage the city again raised the fare considerably f reducing the minimum stage The prices now charged are 25 cents for 15G miles 375 cents for 310 miles 5 cents for 4 miles 025 cents for 175 miles 75 cents for 038 miles 875 cents for 719 miles and 10 cents for 704 miles It should be borne In mind that these prices are really very much higher than corresponding rates would be in this country because wages in Ger many are much lower than in the Unit ed States The exorbitance of these charges is shown by the fact that In Minneapolis a city of the same size as Dusseldorf a passenger can ride thirteen miles for 5 cents while in Buffalo which has a population about equal to that of Cologne the passen ger gets fourteen miles for a nickel The desire of the cities to make all possible profits out of franchises and to limit them to short terms has re sulted in greatly delaying the development of public electric lighting al though the people were anxious to have the new lights installed This is ioOf r t tnt that In 180405 Why Suffer fromfPain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv CUB irritation MilesAntiPaineon aged 15 were always subject to Tick headache until we began using Viese Pills and they have broken em up entirely Dont think they monthsVecommendV weeks ago I heard an old lady nd WIlS sick I went to see her e was down with LoOrtppe and rlY crazy with awful backache save her one of the AntiPain Pills H left another for her to take In hort time They helped her right- y and she says she will never be thout them again Last winter my emend was taken with pluerfary on th sides and I know he would have itftefl if It lifclnt betm for the Pills fU lees than half an hour he was f sweating and went to bed aM slept O H WKBB- Auatiabvrr Ohio Your dnfHtetus Dr Mlles Anti Pain MIfc M MrU Mm return the PfiosSf +aaa g only K K ta sr C MMMoYM ailN MtldlczICa Elki +trty IDt WINCHEstER I Shotgun Shells LeaderandRepeaterandRepeating make a killing combina tion for fieldfowl or trap shooting No smokeless powder shells enjoy such a reputation for uniform ity of loading and strong shooting qualities as Leader and Repeater brands do and no shotgun made shoots harder or better than the Winchester THEYABE MADE FOR EACH OTHER tlfe were in operation In factories stores etc more than 4770 private electric light plants although two years later there were only a little more than 300 central electric lighting stations in the whole of Germany As tho private or isolated plant as it is called in this country is far less eco nomical than the central station this restrictive action of the German cities has thrown a great burden of cost on Its progressive citizens Tho situation is the more remarkable because at the time of the Introduction of electricity for lighting and traction purposes Ger many was far better equipped to per fect and develop these systems than was the United States yet It has been completely outstripped by our own country chiefly If not solely because here private enterprise has been given a comparatively free hand In closing one of his articles Pro fessor Meyer says The unwillingness of the cities to suffer financial losses on behalf of congested city populations after theII cities had denied those congested populations relief at the hands of profit seeking companies Is In Instructive contrast to the eloquence with which the advocates of purchase by the cities had denounced the dividend seeking companies How to Cure a Cold He as careful as you can you will oc casionally take cold and when you do get a medicine of known reliabilityone that has an established reputation and that is cerain to effect a quick cure Such a medicine is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It has gained a wrld wide reputation by its remarkable cures of this most common ailment and can always be depended upon It acts on natures plan relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition During the many years in which it has been in general use we have yet to learn of a single case of cold or attack of the grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease Chamberlains Cough Remedy contains no opium or othernarcotic and may be given as con fidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Severs Drug Co- Seersucker Clothes Lots of Ironing can be caved by hay ing house dresses aprons etc made from old fashioned crinkled seersucker It washes easily Is cool and pretty and all It requires Is a little smoothing nr slinking after wushhg Stood the iis Coasters of Cape Cod can tell where they are by a scrutiny of the sand brought up by the lead Captain Bunk er confined to his cabin by sickness once directed that the lead should be brought to his berth for his Inspection The craft belonged to Nantucket and was In a sand ballast The mate doubting the captains infallibility dropped the lead into the ballast The captains eyes dilated when he saw it and he asked Do you say you got this sand by sounding Yes sir Then by the great horn spoon Xan tuckets sunk and we are right over Tappers Hill Hard Praying An old colored man stole a pig and after getting home with the animal knelt to pray before retiring His wife heard him praying to the Lord to for glye him for stealing the pig She went to sleep with Uncle Eph still praying Later in the night she woke up and saw her husband Istlll kneel ing in prayer At daybreak his sup plications had not ceased Eph why dont you come to bedr asked his wife VLet me one Slab De mo I tzfetitq apUln tpjl Lttd bow I come te Meal tpif Ae wwwer I gUs 44I4 + 4HI1I 1111 + 1111 1 + A Castle In Spaini By JUSTICE MILES FORMAN Copyright 1003 by S S McClure Co TUBES showed me into the red S drawing room the little one because there was a fire there and said that Lady Elinor would be down soon I found Sibyl and the Persian cat Informally occupying the hearth rug The cat moved away with a distrustful backward glance but Sibyl abandoning fog a moment a huge nnd misshapen lump of something which would seem to have been toffee gave me a very sticky hand Id offer you some toffee said she In a tcne of reckless generosity but IIm afraid Ive licked It all over Oh not any thanks said I hastily not that I should object to your hay lngcr licked It but you see Id Just had a largo quantity of It before com Ing here IIm very apt to stop In ntat a shop and eat toffee I con cluded wildly Sibyl1 gave n sigh of nil too obvious relief though mingled with sadness I dont have It often she suggest ed not so very often You shall have It every day I cried pounds of Itl The Idea of not allowing you all the toffee you want its barbarous Sibyl1 wagged a melancholy head Im not allowed half enough she declared Thisthis morning Istole some from Elinor only It wasnt tof fee It was chocolate It hurts yet she grieved stirring about uneasily upon the hearth rug Oh said I leaning forward sym pathetically tummy Thats not whore Im smacked said SibylI with dignity There was a painful silence for quite u minute or two The Persian cat having reconnoitered from the middle distance at last returned and sat down with an absent air upon the lump of toffee but was Indignantly pushed away by the pro prietor of the same Why did the cat go away Sib when I chine inr I Inquired Flossie DrnI mean Lord Brayton was here this afternoon said Sibyl significantly Tine devil said I I would say the deuce I apologized- Oh you neednt mind me declares Sibyl Dad useslanguage sometimes quite often lie called me a little devil the other day No I cried In a shocked tone He couldnt have really lIe did Insisted Sibyl I dont want to seem curious said I In a deprecatory way butbut what had you boon doing Sib Just sailing boats In his bath said Sibyl And and one of them sank to the bottom and I expect I forgot to take it out Dad must have sat down In the bath the very first thing she continued reflectively Oh said 1 I think I understand Of course that was some provocation wasnt It But were leaving our mut tonsI mean our Lord Brayton I take It hes not fond of cats lIe tried to kick Frou Frou cried Sibyl resentfully I paid him though I did things to his hat Good old Sib said I Id much rather Elinor would mar ry you than Flossie Brayton observed Sibyl attacking the toffee Thank you Sib said I gratefully So would IIye told her so no end of times He was kissing her hand today continued Sibyl with disgust That was when he tried to kick Frou Frou Just because Fron Frou rubbed up against his legs In a perfectly friendlyI wayKissing her hand was he I growl ed The beast Kissing her Sibyl my dear I ant allow you to tell me cr family secrets You know Its not proper Really It isnt Hot said Sibyl elegantly And he put a ring on it tooher hand you know What would he be doing that for She wouldnt let him kiss her though She said Not yet Give me a little Sibyl said I firmly that Is enougU I mustnt listen to you Ella Lady Elinor wouldnt like it at all Ah Sib Sib its a bitter world 1 I cant see any good in it What cant you see any good in inquired Lady Elinor from the door wayI and made a bow 4 cant see any good said I In not giving Sib all the sweets she wants Cutting her off that way only leads to immoralityLady shook her head Its very bad for Sibyls tummy said she Her tummy I inquired Why I should have said it was rather But a gentleman never betrays a confi deuce and 1 held my peace Lady Elinor sat down In tho big chair before the fire and leaned for ward with her elbows upon her knees I tried to catch a glimpse of her left band but It was hidden in the folds of hergownSib said she presently your hands are very very shocking Dont you want to go And have them washed as a special favor to me Sibyl swallowed the last of tho toffee and departed with the Persian cat under one arm I told him that Flossie Brayton tried to kick Frou Frou she said from the doorwayAh Lady Elinor looking up atm Very qulckfyT ab Sib told our Yes said I Yes Sib said thati that Brayton bad been here today Ah is It true Is It true minor Lady Elinor raised her left hand from the folds of her skirt and the ring was there on the third linger a ruby between two diamonds It look ed like Bray ton Just the showy sort of timing Brayton would choose Why yes Teddy said Lady Elinor rather lowyes its true Youre the first one Ive told Wont you say something nice to me Teddy I hope said I looking Into the fire that youll always have nil tho toffee you want so that you wont have to steal It like poor Sib and be smacked 1 hope your life will be as beautiful as you are Elinor I hope your future will be an Illuminated page and your memory a blank one I hope youll be as happy as ever youve dreamed of being Oh no no Ted cried Lady Elinor softly not that I shant be as hap py as Ive dreamed of being so don t hope thatIt you really did hope It Itr told him that Flossie Drnuton tried to lilck Frau Frou As happy as Ive dreamed of being Ab rather not You dont know whu a girl dreams Teddy Youre nothing but a man you see Oh Ice hud my dreams said I and cherished them somewhat It appears I must forget them or try to No I dont fancy you will be us happy as youve dreamed Its a pity Yes sighed Lady Elmer Ah yes Its a pity Still dreams never tonne true do they Teddy 1 Ive heard that theory advanced said I but I dont recollect ever to have seen it proved Why if they could come true said Elinor In a half whisper if they could You wouldnt be wearing that very handsome ring I suggested No said Lady Elinor I shouldnt bo wearing HIt tons rlug I shouldnt be doing what they all want me to do what they all expect me to do All 7 I objected Lady Elinor turned her head with a little sweet half sad smile mind I took u firm hold upon the circus of my chair All she murmured all Ted but one one very foolish and and very dour dissenter whos dear for his groat grout folly and foolish because why because hes such a dear But whose opinion Is of no weight IWhose opinion said Lady Elinor must be of no weight must be erased with with the other dear things to make that memory page blank Ah that memory page said I Its the sweetest of all the pages she murmured the very sweetest If only It neednt be erased said I Erased it must be declared Lady Elinor firmly Oh Teddy Teddy werent they good old days those days How did we ever come to stray out of paradise Teddy after wed gouts so far In Is there n little masked gate in the wall that we opened by chance that we thought would lead us still farther In Wore we too busy looking at each other to see whore our feet were turned We didnt stray out said I with my head in my hands We were chucked out by the main gate Ask your mother how Elinor But Lady Elinor was lookIng Into the fire with a little faraway smile and her face with the soft red glow thrown up across it was the most beautiful thing a man ever saw Of course wo were only children she cried softly but such dear chil dren Ted Why maynt people be children always Why must they grow up- They neednt grow up said I Why must they be taught wisdom MI2AMiPAe the trearoihtifroth0loaddandwelgthe team tcn11lslefispa practicravesallydIna the fromrictiowearoveffoug11Olife and lengthen hce1110te 1thfonethUgthauau101 tiwA the uCtu 11AbeStAN GreaSeAN1 pD Ill In Teddy Bear Land tIlJ hide behind the Christmas tree And give the girls a scare For Im a whooping red Pawnee An Injun Teddy Bear l The Heat thai 1cILgo tieFlue You receive intense direct heat from every ounce oi fuel burned there arc no damp chimneys or long pipes to waste the heat from a- PERFECTION f Oil Heater Equipped with Smokeless Device Carry it from room to room Turn the wick high or lowno botherno smokeno smell automatic smokeless device prevents Brass font holds 4 quarts burns 9 hours Beautifully finished in nickel or japan Every heater warranted The a bright steady R0Lampaigvhest to read by lust what you want for the 1long evenings Made of brass nickelplatedlatest im proved central draft burner Every lamp warranted If your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil Healer or Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency 8 rANDAUD OIL COMPANY Incorporated demanded Elinor Vhy min iyn t TUCJ be left hi their belief that love Is tilt only thing Love Is tho only thing Elinor said I Wisdoms a He Love Is the only thing Lady Elinor shook lienI head The wlm people say no Toddy she mtiriiitrod Tli y tell me that love Is nil dreams istles In Spain nod that thurus iio happiness in Spain I should make you b ppler than ever Brayton will raid I bitterly I wus a contemptible thins 108ft y fo r she vus wearing Uniytout ring EHtiov gave ti little low gn ping cry and her eyes flowed for an Irstunt lie tried toklaa me todi v Mho whlspertjcl Ipresently I nearly screit miMi Ah yes yew red you would make mu happier Is honyluctn oil Toddy r Upon inv faith suit IThey say not said Elinor Oh 1 should I shall become used to 3rhyton after after awhile lIes a good sort Ted He loves me I think and and he has n great deal of mon ey I shall he a power shant IT Is that enough said I It Isnt what Id dreamed Ted she said Id dreamedoh such a life Xo power Teddy no great po sitionJust happiness Just two young foolish dear people who loved each other madly worshiped each otherjust their life together a self ish life I suppose for no one else came Into it at all There were just the two oto them and nothing else counted In the least They never grew up you know my two people they wouldnt let each other grow up They were Infants always about most things Oh werent they dears I dreamed all sorts of beautiful little particulars details about them my people In Spain What theyd damid what theyd say and how they d lcf toward each other bow thud sit 00 C = C J fore the lire of a tHIRty day IT min r rn lug InIn just one chair not such a- very big chair hires are so comfy and make you want tq he nice and say nice things Theyre w noddy and uptittery and blMWyoumyrlilldreiiy 1ooplo couldnt row over an olaen tire could they Sometimes theyll1 talk whon they wanted tound siy the things they wanted and sometimes theyd stop and umlorstntul eudl other quite as well thats a testh In- dII think shed like her head where hippenrfirelight to see and It would never never tell It would bo very quiet mud the glow fnuii the tin xvoukl bo rod on their faces and they ymiM not want another thing In nil tin world Shed slip down I think tu the rug nnd lean her cheek against LUi hand and look into the embers and his other nand would be smoothing her hair as she loved it smoothed Ah Toddy Teddy woke mimeviii dretun Ing again and I mustnt I mustnt Bring mo back from Spain Teddy I mustnt wander there Thats the life Ive dreamed of Isnt It mad That Isnt whats before me No said I Xo Elinor that Isnt whats before you Have you thought of what youve to look forward to Listen Brayton Is thirtynine nearly forty lIes growing a bit stout Elinor Hell be fat in five years and hes un deniably bald at the tonsure Ho likes his dinner he een loves Itand for a couple of hours afterward hes somno lent I dont like talking about men behind their backs but this is a time for plain speaking Brayton wouldnt care for sitting a deux before the fire That wouldnt amuse him Hed taU bedoff at his club of an evening Brayton wouldnt nt into a castle In Spain hes youdI you didnt Interfere with him Had hn nroud to UTe you atthe head Continued on another Page t tt L tI + r dd-d- i dP P i 9I I i zJn I 7 a- A I I r i J t I Y f j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBlISIIING CO Issued Every Wednesday i Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money iiadvance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGESJ WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1907 = tilNNUJ1L STll1E DEVELOPMENT JON VEN TIOX The Sixth Annual State Development Convention which will be held in Louisville on the 19 20 and 21 of this mouth will probably surpass an interest of any event of the sort ever hed in Kentucky Strenuous efforts are being put forth by the local Committee of Arrangements in Louisville and the members of the Executive Committee of the Kentuck State Development Association throughout tbe state- Invitations are daily being sent to the wellknown speakers on all topics of interest throughout the country and the latest acceptance received is from the Hon James B McCrcary Senator McCrcary as he is well known has devoted considerable time and attention in the United States Senate to the subject fof the Panama canal and he has therefore consented to address the convention on the subject of the Panama Canal and its effect on the Trade and Industries of the Southern States The fact that Senator McCrearys services have been obtained for the convention is a matter of much ratification to Presi dent E J McDermott and his assistants He is greatly pressed for time but agreed to speak because of the importance of this gathering of representative Kentuckians Much work is being done by the Committees on invita tion and delegates Throughout the state hundreds of prominent men have been urged to take a part in the work of securing a proper representation on the floor of the convention from each county and a gratifying interest has been shown The relation of the press to the progress of Kentucky will receive considerable attention on the programme of the convention and Mr Lew B Brown President of the Kentucky Press Association is to make a speech on this subject Mr Browns knowledge of his topic is intimate and his discussion on the subject should do much to harmonixe the efforts of the press and other various factors in Kentuckys progress- It is the earnest wish of the convention workers to have on hand a big gathering of Kentuckys mon to hoot those profitable discussions L CHENAULT So E Yates returned from Hardins burg Sunday Lucien Manning who hits been in Union county for the past few months has returned home Mrs L H Bosley and daughter Laura spent Sunday the guests of Dr D S Sphire Mrs Scott Cunningham has returned home after a visit to friends and rela tives in Evansville and Owensboro Born to the wife of J W Flannery October 31 a girl Miss Stella Beaven and brother Paul of Mooleyville were the guests of Miss Bessie Cunningham a few days last weekMr and Mrs Arthur Manning spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jim Man ningRoy Sheldon of Tell City Ind was in our town last week There Is moro Catarrh In this suction o the country than all others put tORethorand until the lust tow yours was supposed to bo Incurublo For Ii grunt many yours doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies und by constantly tailing to Cure with loran treatment pronounced It In Curable Science hus proven catarrh to be it constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure manufactured by K J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on tho market It Is taken Internally In doses from lOdrops to atoaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces or the system They otter one hundred dollars tor any case It falls to cure Send for cir culars and testimonials Address KJ Cheney Co TolodoOhlo Sold by all Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Plllsfor constipation STEPHENSPORT L A Meadows and family of Hard insburgwe guests of Rev FRRobtrts and wife Sunday and Monday Dr Nevitt has gone to Texas to visit his parents Thurman Smith of Louisville was the guest of his brother R A Smith Sunday Mrs Frank Ferry and son were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ollie Lay returned from New Albany and moved la a cottage on Main Street Mrs L B Helm is improving slowly Mrs G W Payne is improving- Mr and Mrs Bd Atkinsons little son John Adair is quite ill at this writingDr Lightfoot of Cloverport was called here Sunday to see Mr and Mrs Ed Atkinsons little son The tacky party given by Miss Katie Belle McKaughan Thursday evening reIBert Varble carried off the prizes and they certainly did deserve them Mrs Godfrey Haswell and little daughter of Hardinsburg are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs G W Mc CubbinsMiss Moorman was in Hawes ville Thursday and Friday the guest of Miss Jonnie May Black Mrs Albert McKaughn and little daughter were guests of her mother Mrs Josie Roberts of Sample last weekBarney Frymire is on the sick list She Did Not Fear Death seventythirdbirthday getting old and I do not fear deathbut I paralysisForto tell you of the great good your won derful 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 com plete paralysis of one arm I got him to use your Liniment and now he can 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 great ly and expect to cause many more to buy them as I know they cant be beatt Morrison Jb Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street HUt phone Owwukoro Kr itO 0 BLACK JACK NOTES Dr Hardesty came from Paynesville and spent Sunday night with his family Miss Myrtle Prather and mother spent Tuesday with Mrs Jim Sipse of Buck GroveMr and Mrs Jim Lamkin of Long HollowHardin County spent Saturday night with J W Downs and family Mrs Ava Burch has moved to her home in Guston Ollie Board has moved his family in their new home He bought from Mrs Ada Dhonau Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown went Brandenburg shopping Monday toI Jim Coleman has sold his farm Hill Grove to Mr Percy Condiff of Guston for 1000 and Mr Coleman has bought Mr Joe Hardestys farm near Pleasant Grove We regret giving Mr and Mrs Coleman up while we welcome Mr and Mrs Cundiff in their place Mrs Bettie Wright has returned from her daughterss Mrs Benham of Weldon where she has been during the illness of her little grand daughter Mrs Celia Miller and daughter Lillie spent Monday afternoon with Mrs Lora Down Miss Eula Prather is staying with her aunt Mrs Jim Sipse of Buck Grove Mr and Mrs Bud Price of Branden burg spent Sunday with the latters parehts Mr and Mrs D H Shacklett Mr and Mrs John Sipse spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey of Bewleyville Mrs Lamb and Mrs Brown went to Ekron shopping Thursday afternoon Miss Cyntha Mclntire spent Sunday at her home near Salem- B B Shacklett and P K Shumate and familys were in Brandenburg MondayMr Mrs Lamb went to Branden burg Monday on business Master Robert Hamilton arrived Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Lum Hamilton Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition theInext March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroads in the United payfromYou can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincin nati Ohio Notice Tax Payers All City and School year190Zpenalty CHARLIE MAY Cty and School Tax Collector Office in rear room Cloverport Bank McQUADY Malcolm OBryan of Kosmosdale was here several days last week Hard Ball who has had an attack of rheumatism is improving Mrs George Ray will go to Ohio county this wetk whero she will be the guest of friends and relatives Henry Burden has returned from Buras where he had been cutting lum berRevival meetings will begin here at the Baptist church Saturday night Rev Jenkins of Owensboro will do the preachingJohn who has been in California has returned to this place Dr Sandbach went to Tarfork last Monday to make sonic examinations for life insurance Forrest Lyons was in Louisville sev eral days last week John Bates was inFordsville last week on business DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills made They do not gripe Sold by all druggists Success To work steadfastly with an upward aim To conquer wisely trials met With little use for anger or for blame The highest good from life to get To gether wealth not for its sake alone But for the good it helps to do To strike each morn a richer mental tone And onward press with courage new To hold in other hearts a sacred place To gladly helping hand extend To grow in spirit beauty spirit grace As through this busy world we wend To win the power to lead to cheer to bless Our brother manthis constitutes success Sarah E Howard in The Circle Chapped bands ate quickly cured by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25 cents For sale by Severs Drug Co Put Your Money r + where It will grow under your own control and grow q faster than III any others f way Writ fur our free f bcokltt N which tells all aoout how to Hank 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Terms one third cash balance In easy payments C7 950 352 cres on Hardlosburg and milesfromdwellings three big barnes hog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and 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 1 350S3 acres 7 acres In timber hlck4 t black locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements five room cottage barn 36 x 00 stable 30 x 32 smoke house and cellar cistern rood and ponds 12 acres In timothy 10 in cover 11 In corn rest In pasture Raised 27 tons of timothy and clover 8 acres In wheatlyieldso bushels and 6 tons straw sit nted on Clover creek 14 miles southeast of Cloverport 30 acres good bottom land rest broken but good strong tillable land Splendid uffofpsi and Uardlnsbiirg 7 miles from mills Crom Ilardlnsburg 117 aerosolland two story b lid Inc 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to to dry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jno I tablmee Cloverport Ky or James H Saline Onehalf down rest on easy pay ments FOR SALIOi1 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn IB acres In meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Rreckenrldge News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR SALE FOR SALEI150 acres of land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improve roomslJtoodacres In woods white oak and post oak fold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price 1500 For further Information write Jno D Babbago Cloverport Ky- FOR SALEGood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ky r contains 140 cult1vutlon timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large barn and plenty of IrvingtonKy looklnltCorsse or write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Y 47Jq FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill J Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Cloverport Foundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed CerrespesdcBfic Solicited hr r Mr and Mrs Schrieder and litUr daughter 6f St Louisrwera hers Sun day t14f stsofissI LuU Severs nroutetoUnlonStar 1Y Vc J y s- i 2i I I c1 1V i fA JA C t Ii i Ii ISt StI I a 11VSt VI 1- 1 s sa I gha tan Fr W- 1ld Lr tI 11i J- Sa J 1 stc lttreK 1p It c I 0- of 11 F ethe heee eecu CUoc ocor orN rsee eehe heN asrs l rser etC 1rs i i j VV p Tr t 1 I I 1 I a t t I v t 1I1 t tt tt t IIl tf ir iIr it I r I3I I I 0 9 s t r r Q b 0 oo 0d Dd Df 0g n 1 r r 0lit 1S r I AN OLD ADAGE AYS aJtr uA Hckt purse 15 a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse TIM LIVER Is the seat of aloe teethe of ill dis- easeMs Pills pte the root of thewhole rest ter thoroughly quickly safely ud restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute- S i M PERSONAL AND LOCAL j s Nice Stationery at the News office William White hiS returned home from Webster James Cordrey was in Louisville Saturday Russell Harris was home from Louis i vine Sunday IMrs George Bently of Hawesville i Vilfhere Monday i a1 Murray of Hardinsburjr was here Sunday arid Monday Chas Moorman was home from Ver sailles Sunday Newcrop New Orleans molasses at Sawyers Cash Grocery Misses Lizzie and Maggie Skillman have returned home from Louisville Mrs Eliza Webb of Louisville war j on the train Friday from Hawesville ro 4Mrs Lenoard Oelze and Mrs Adatrfc firrived home from Leitchfield Friday he Wick Moorman enteJtaiue11t Mrs I 4 Friday in honor of Mrs George Reese 0 Mrsr Green Beard of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mrs Mary Raitt Monai day MrsJoe Thomas Mattingly isW Louisville visiting Mrs Frank Maln lingly Frank Boyd of Owensboro was thotn guest ofr Dr and Mrs R L Newsoiiei I kp Sunday Mr and Mrs Hugh Finch loft Tobins port Saturday for their home at Coffee vine Kansas W R Pate sf Mike was in the city Saturday on business and visited the Nepoffice p5and Mrs bred DeHaven of Louis rjMlle wjare the guests of Mrs Mary De Haven Monday Mrs Romney Renfrow of Dundee K is here to see her mother Mrs Rachaej Weatherholt Engraved cards are most acceptable Christmas presents Order them from I officeIsold his farm on the Har IdinsburS pike to Mrs James Chapin Consideration 1000 3 Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard of Har insburg have been the guests of Dr md Mrs Forrest Lightfoot Rollie Fallon and jess Fallon of Seeleyville were here this week to see heir grandmother Mrs Gardner A new stock of fresh groceries has een added to the Wall Paper store by F Sawyer His prices will interest ou You will save money by buying your roceries and confectioneries at T F iwyers Cash Grocery ard Wall Paper 4 or- eJMr and Mrs Ike Myer and Mr and Owqn May have been here this to see their mother Mrs J May ho is seriously ill Mrs H H Saunders and children t 1 ason and Hubert of Nashville and I rslTkatie Perkins of Knoxville will 1 end Thanksgiving week with Mrs L J Perkins Capt and Mrs J H Rowland will go i Louisville Nov 17 for a sh tt visit to 11rE Chas Babbage 1I Mrs L B Perkins went to Louisville Monday 2500 rolls of new wall paper just resolved atTlF Sawyers Miss Whitesides of Louisville is the gcest of Miss Mamie DeHaven Mrs Proctor I Keith returned home Friday night from El zabethtown I MrsI day ASHLEYKIPER Glendeane Couple Uuited In Marriage Wednesday A pretty wedding took place in Glen lean Wednesday when Miss Jennie F Kiper and Mr Nolle Ashley were united in marriage The ceremony was solemnized by the Rev C W Stone in the presence of a number of guests Mr Ashley isa wellknown young man annd has many friends in Brecken ridge county while his bride is a very attractive young lady and is very popular The News wishes them much happi ness Notice to TaxPayers On November 1 a penalty and 250 court cost will go on all unpaid taxes in School District No 1 Re ember the date and come and pay to avoid the new law Cbas May Sr School Tax Collector office in rear room Clover port Bank Iowe a debt rgmrnttnru never be paid off II writes G S Clan of Westfield IowaFor my rescue froi death by Dr Kings New Discovery The ominous dry hacking cough quli before the first bottle was usedand twi more bottles made a complete cute Nothing has ever equaled New Discover y for Coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guaranteed by Sever Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial free l How Not to Sleep Dont sleep on your left side for IIt causes too great a pressure on tb leart Dont sleep on your right side for 1Itt Interferes with the respiration of tba1 lung Dont sleep on your stomach for th tntorferes with the respirationI of ho Fordsville Couple Wed Mr Robert Head and Miss Alma Ford of Fordsville were married at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Shelby Ford Wednesday morning at 9 oclock October 31 Mrs Meyer Dead Monday afternoon Mrs Bettfe Meyer died at her home at Buras Ky She was fortynine years of age The funeral was held yesterday afternoon She was the mother of the wellknown traveling man Mr Ike Meyer who was with her vhen her death came TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for Jl Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials HEARD EXGOV BRADLEY Mr and Mrs J W Pate Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt went to Hawesville last Wednesday on Mr Weatherholts launch Eva to hear ExGov Bradley speak Marry In The Sunny South Miss Minnie Mathis and Mr Claude A Younger were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents at Bay St Louis Miss October 16 Mr Younger has often visited Mrand Mrs Leon McGavock of this city 00000000000000000000000 rt A Boston schoolboy was tall weak and sickly flabbyhrhrHe didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body I I The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emulsion NOW ITo feel that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed toa blacksmith ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO t I CELEBRATION Mr And Mrs Wm Hoffious Celebrate Their Crystal Wed ding Aqniversary Mr and Mrs Wm HofTious celebrated their crystal wedding anniversary Sunday at their home in the West End by giving an allday dinner party to thirty of their friends Sunday they were the recipents of many nice crystal presents commemorative of the event Fifteen years ago their wedding took place at her home in Evansville Ind after which they immediately came to Cloverport to live and have made many warm friends here during that time At 1230 oclock a sumptuous dinner was served to the guests who were Mr and Mrs Kramer Mr and Mrs Lhas Lightfoot Mr and Mrs Tony Nichols Mr and Mrs Tom Faith Mr Lee Faith Mrs Faith of Owensboro Mrs Mattie Collins and the Rev B M Currie and the following children Anna Mabell Adis Zivola Katie Dora and Fanny Lishen Kramer Hudson and Earl Bohler David Owen Hall Louise Nichols Ruth Henry and Hettie Murrel Faith and their son Elmer HofTioui Mr Dukes in Town Mr John Dukes who has just recent ly recovered from a spell of serious ill ness was in town Monday Mr Dukes was ill in bed for five weeks and his friends are indeed glad to see him con valescing so raptdiy HIGH SCHOOL I HONOR ROLL ai The following having been perfect in lettendance during the month of October and having made an average of 90 per cent in their studies are entitled to have their names on the honor roll Total enrgllment 274 9SENIOR YEAR Alma Perkins Harold Murray JUNIOR YEAR LouietSOPHOMORE YEAR Beatrice L McCracken Mildred Bab bage Susie Newton Mark Parette FRESHMAN YEAR Susette Sawyer Jeaunette Burn Elizabeth Skillmau Eloise Nolte Wil bur Chapin Raymond Parker Orville Perkins EIGHTH GRADE None SEVENTH GRADE Eulu McCracken Bertha Perkins Rosa Newton Pearl Agnew Frances Sawyer Fred Pierce SIXTH GRADE Mary Kinder Chas Satterfield Pau line Nichols Frank Weatherholt Ora Bowlds Ruth Faith FIFTH GRADE Louis Miller Louise Lewis FOURTH GRADE Jessie Hemphill Mary Oelzo Elmer Hoffius Frank Johnson J T Lewis Barney SquiresTHIRD GRADE Lillian Dougan Mary Pate Claire Parker Lula Picketts Martha Reid Eula Robinson Eva Weatherholt SECOND GRADE Joe D Morrison Mike McCracken Halbert Perkins Vergil Bowlds Ham mon May Joseph Hallman Samuel Heudrickson Willie West Donald Pres ton Edith Hendrickson Emily Reid Zivola Kramer Monnie Moorman Beatrice Noble Edith Wilson FIRST GRADE Dolpba Gilliland Roy Mullen Law rence BaUman Chas Hall Cirjs Wil sou Donald Bishop Roy Hjndrickson Ruby West Kathleen Crist May D Chapin Maud GarrettEva Wroe Kath leen Squires Florence Weatherholt BEGINNERS Leslie Berry Willie Perkins Selby McCracken Andrew McCracken Jessie Hall Elsie May Katie D Kramer Elizabeth Allen Bessie Vest Sick UstI Mrs Mary Gardner Mrs Rachel Weatherholt and Mrs J May three of Cloverports oldest residents and great ly loved women are seriously ill at their homes ono O Mrs James Cordrey has malaria fever I i I seev Mrs B M Currie has been ill several days j ooo Miss Louise Geary the attractive little daughter of Mr and Mrs Sanford Geary is ill of reheumatism 000 Mrs William McCracken has had a critical spell of Illness + t Wants 1 hFon8A1Ffheatlnl and one secoa hand G RAUIiAOBS DIg Store OIt SALE on nENT06 acres 7 miles a south of Cloverport on Tar Creek known as the James Rice track Two oodhouset stable and tobacco barn onehalf In cult va tion rest timbered land For further Infor mat on write ELIZADETII tUIJLETT Ihll pot Ky representative for Clover WantedLocalt and vicinity to look after and Increase subscrip tion list of a prominent monthly magazine Experlonce opportunity for right person Address Iub lisher Box 59 Station 0 New York applyMrsFOR SALE PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline KnKlncsMAUTIN GABLE SIB 3rd Street Louisville Kv COR SALEBook of Destiny fortune book r0c at News ante- Administrators Notice All parties Indebted t t tho estate of J T Drone are hereby requested to settle same at as early date as possible Those falling to settle by Dec 31 1907 will tend account In hands of an attorney for collection II A DUANE H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of nreckenrlage and adjoining count or Special attention Riven to col uctloiu road cases und criminal practice License to practice In Untied Stats Distil Cjurts Office over Dank of Hardlnsbur Miller B iIiKi 1 Tile CoIn- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Oice Rooms 8 and 10 I I O O P Building Owensboro Kentucky tlkStleA tSeAAAA i AStAStAitAt k t et i TELEGRAPH OPERATORS i WANTED I II vsto the new H hour law t- a ytu to fSO per month to begin Y ners You can qualify for a posi II tion in four or nve months t Were indorsed by railroads w Positions furnished graduates f Weve started many others on k the road to success Let us start you KENTUCKY SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY = OWENSBORO KY II JI itAlt tA711itit AIt A71S1i1AASIAAilwA RitrJ At the News Officen School Boos School Supplies New Box Paper- Magazines New Novels 25 Detective Stories lOe each Books on Hypnotism 25c each Post Cards of Clovorport and Tar Springs 2 for 5c Post Card Albums 25c each Shawl Straps 5c andd lOc each Mail Orders Promptly Filled Nat lIardin Dead Nat Hardin colored died Tuesday morning aftgr nnillness of consumption- He was fortyfive years of age and a brother of Cy Hardin The funeral was held Wednesday Revival At Tar SprIngs Rev B M Currie will commence a series of meetings at the Tar Springs church Monday night RI III L2EET ME AT NOLTES I I I Fine Frosty Weatheri- s I the season to wear theIII warmers ImU Childs Rough Rider 5OC pairwj Bear Leg ginls pair 100 00IW Misses and Ladies Jersev lTh pair50c 7KrSlippers un Over Klondike Inner Soles pair pair ICOME NOW WHILE II STOCK ICOMPLETE J C Nolte Si Bro Cloverport m ffiS O1 1NO IICadick Milling Co mJJ oC25c 25I 50puke gmmakes usedGrandview GrandviewIndiana MILLICLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Contractor James Lewis associated and IWefurnish and Our Mill Work and best and prices are reasonable several grades roofing prices 5325 squareOur will last building HouseholdGoods For Sale Piano Stool 200 Rocking Chairs 75c each Book Case 500 Oak Center 200 Two new Dinner Sets For further information address D HII so indispensable to the modern business man that he wouldnot of trying to run his business without bank account The way of counting out and paper currency to pay bills belongs to the dark ages Mistakes were made and disputes arose both payment and amount Now ho for thf sum is indisputable proof both the payment and the amount Ladies arc shown special cour tesy Open an account now Bank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT KY Ladies and Gents tl Slumber Slippersi OT pair 3L 1 UC Wool Inner Soles best IMens Canvas and CyI IS Ky Table dream silver about writes check It Is Not Ia stranger to you Of course you have heard of CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOURa brand of flour It is good for all sorts of bake stuffs that you Iwish to have good CADICKS GOLD DUST tfM FLOUR ence used always IalJ have M with us can plans estimates for buildings is of good material workmanship our We have of at from 1 to per best Ruberiod as long as the are a old a which of j uI JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware HoIIoware Flatware Musical instruments and findings T Ci Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky r rWe are Selling More Good Watches and Clocks 4 4Than Usual and Have Some Good Ones Now Do You Need One Severs Drug Co J fff A f fIiJ J 0 t 1 1 I I J A J I ii i i S i i t 1I i I i i fI tI i r i c1 t F 4n mn r T I i t 1 5 i Gems In Verse 11 OLD FAVORITES OOMRADES KNOWN IN MARCHES MAN- YCMRADEB known In marches many tried In dangers many bound by memories manyI ever let us be Wounds or sickness may divide us Marching orders may divide us ttttt usBrothers we clearesttriednearestlbtmdBrothers evermore to be all If spared and growing older Jt oulder still In line with shoulder And with hearts no thrill the colder Brothers ever we Shall be lJar communion of the banner Orlmson white and starry banner Sy the baptism of the banner fChildren of one church are we Creed nor faction can dlvldp us us8W1Children of the flag are we Charles G Halplno THE PEOPLES SONG OF PEACE HillIHThe sword sleeps In the scabbard still The farmer keeps his flock and vine Then who would mar the scene today With vaunt of battlefield or fray regimentsIThe ricks replace the battle tents The bannered tassels toss and run The neighing steed the bugles blast These be but stories of the past THE earth has healed her wounded The cannons plow the flehls no more But heroes rest Oh let them ret In peace along the peaceful shore They fought for peace for peace they full They sleep In peace and all Is well mllE fields forget the battles fought The trenches wave In golden grainIShall we neglect the lessons And tear the wounds agape again or tweet mother nature nurse the land And heal the wounds with gentle hand d I fobLAnd valleys clad In sheen of gold Oh rise and sing a song of peace Bar Theseus roams the land no more And Janus rests with rusted doo- rJoaquin Miller lie Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Ywho lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Elec tric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took F several years I had stomach trouble an paid out much money for medicine to II little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have for me Grand tonic for the nged and for female weak nesses Great alterative and bod buildur best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Severs drug Co 50 CLAIRVOYANCE autumn sun was dying Olowed with Its light the scene THJ earth crimson sky and the sable And the flood of gold between But she thought not of the sunset To its pomp her eyes were dim His countrys call had drawn his sword She thought alone of him In the distant Asian passes- The banner of England Mv Beneath Its folds she saw him fight Fighting he saw her too The golden Hood was darkened A shadow before her came Within the room the warrior steed Outside the great red flame A cry broke on the stillness Great God She reeled and fell And the sun dropped down and the sky grew black With the gloom of a deathlike spell In the distant Asian passes skyOne moreStrange spirittragedy Lord Curzon EVENING RAINI westLWith n gentler guest I Singing In her train every breast I Every heart and bruin Peace oh peace IsI VtstJ Run the sweet retrain SO j the world Is blest Joy Is not nor pain I Love Itself learns r tcOf the summer rain Unidentified AGE REMEMBERS i YOtrrHremembers longs and manhood strives but Sits by the raked up ashes of the past 1 spreads Its thin hands above the whiten ing embers That warm Its creeping lifeblood till the IttDear to Its hurt Is every loving token That comes unbidden ere Its pulse grows cold Ere the last lingering ties of life are aItskAWeak Woment- oweak and elfin women thero is at least oneIIwar 14 help But With that two treatments Boat be combined One Is war one 1s conttitu J euentlAlDrgr Bhoopi lUitoratlTB the Constitutional BhoopINlgbtc1nefsatopicaloot teooP to treeenpttlre thea DInIoiIUitsecrkwhile Ai a UOOUIIUrtaC8 healsi local weakness andages while the RutoraUn eases BOTTOM 1Millda upwuteu tI88u IelJOWe4 bI about renewed ojtorabhe system lorpoIIUYO llodcal help U6cltal Dr hoopsNight CureALL DEALERS Sr3Book How the Old Man Spelled It Look here Charley said one you collegian to smother who had been asked to run his eye over n letter which his friend had written to his father In which there was the Inevitable re- Quest for money youve spelled Jug gug I know said Charley but y see I need the cash and dont wa the old man to think Im putting onI airs Thats how he spells It A TRAGEDY Thats him than on his coffin in the cart An thats his wife acreepln In the crowd way offan weepln Qh the law Is Jest abreakln of her heart Thats him thar op the soaffoV See He speaks Thars n woman thar aholdln Of the hands theyll soon be foldln An tho tears Is jest nralnJn down h cheeks Thats him thar in the coffin lyln Iow- An the woman first to love him An the last to bend above him Is his motherbut I reckon you would know Frank 1 Stanton Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blrod is impure thindireas ed hct or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and lumps scabby pimply skin bon pains catarrh rheumatism or any bloodor skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B according to directions Soon all sores heal aches anti pains stop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every t eruption and giving therich glow pertect health tothe skin At the same tints D B B improves the digestion cures dyspepsia strengthens weak kidneys Just the medicine for old people is it gives them new vigorous blood Druggists 1 per large bottle with directions for home cure Sample free andprepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble an special free medical advice also sent iin especiallory advised casedj anId failsII I Emancipated the Mule When the mule ears In Jacksonville Fla were replaced with modern elec tbYe cargo by a great deal of 1 InI recast Ummpiih dein Yankees sho Is cuyus folks he muwel Pus dey cum down ynr en mnnclpnto de nigr gor den dey cum down en manclpate de mule He Couldnt Oblige Her I An American actor who Is old enough not to consider himself a matinee Idol by any menus WitS somowlmt pleased In n western hotel when a pret ty girl stopped him In the corridor and presented him with a rose without saying n word He received a note the fol lowing day reminding him of the Incij dent and asking him to send the givu of the flower two seats at the theater In which he was playing ltsu memento of the occasion My dear young lady be wrote InI reply I should be glad to send youI the seats you ask for but on consults tion with the manager of the theater I have been Informed that the scats are all fastened down and that he 1 I opposed to having them sent away usI souvenirs Ladles Home Journal A tickling cough from any cause iis quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughlyharmless andsafe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywheretogive it without hesitation I even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the ourative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the 1 cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium uol chloroform nothing harsh used toIIInI injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor usestiThe Sacred Herb Demand Dr Shoops Take other Sold by all dealerslHard Praying b- An old colored man stole a pig and 1 getting home with the animal nelt to pray before retiring His wife heard him praying to the Lord to for glue him for stealing the pig She went to sleep with Uncle Eph still raying Later in the night she woke up and saw her husband still kneel n in prayer At daybreak his sup If plications had not ceased Eph why dont you come to bed asked his wife Ift me lone RIah De mo I tries to splalu to de Lord how I comp steal dat pig de wusser I gits mixed They Were Written preparIng the written orders of some customers al foreign birth Here are some that st copied from the originals I have a cute pain In my childs diagram Please give my son some thug to release It Dear Doctber plea gif bearer five ar- ense worse of Auntie Toxyn for garle throat and obleage fadiets a Helped the Mayor Out An Imposing cemetery was about to be opened In a western town The mayor who had charge of the laying out of the grounds was puzzled for an appropriate Inscription to put over the gate Riding along In his automo bile one day he was cogitating over dl explainengt would you suggest he asked We have come to stay was the prompt reply Where She Should Live What under the sun asked a fa IUther of his daughter who Wanted her tto make n match with n young man whose only qualification was the possession of a goodly fortune what earthly objection can you possibly find to Mr Sprlgglns He has habits replied the daugh ter which I detest When I marry I want a husband who does not smoke chew drink swear belong to clubs ploy cords stay out late or go motor- Ing by himself The father looked at his daughter IIfor a moment or two In silence and then said My child you are but a stranger here heaven Is your home One of Whittiers Admirers An admirer of Whittlers works was granted an Interview and talked In cessantly for over an hour In speak ing of the patiently endured Infliction to a friend the poet paused for a mo ment and then added with the sug gestlon of n amtsAnd all the time he called me Whltaker KnoweThe home of Joseph Jefferson tit Buzzards Bay was nut far tram the Warchnm rond Some years ago when certain ladies affected the bloomer co tume when riding bicycles Jefferson came upjn a ndr In nich n garb whi had evidently mistrkon her rondoH Mr Jefferson approached she askel ofplll you kindly tell me If this IU the way to Wnrclmm Well said Mr Jefferson Im sure I dont know Its the first time Ive ever seen anyNo Time For Conundrums During the war a teamster with the Cumberland army Jot stuck In the profanedepithets passingat time was greatly shocked My friend sold he do you know who died for sinners Damn your conundrums Dont you see Im stuck In the tumid The Educated Flea It wa at a banquet A rule hell beet nb Led upon to the street thar every P tllon rrllpd upon for n toast muni respond with speech Bong or story As a last number on the Im provided programme n rothing art of strap was called upon tri do his INtIt i1 cant make It apapeevli 1 le lel11IWould you care to see him A place was cleared off In the center of the snowy tablecloth and In the middle the owner set the small pillbox he had taken from his vest Docket You cant be well if you have a weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither- r can you feel good if by some little ir regularity in eating you have caused the stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles Ire signs of in digestion which may and veryoften does tur j into a very bad case of dys pepsia Dont allow this to po on a single day without doing something to reliablesand safe digestant like Kodol For Dys pepsia Kodol is the best remedy known today for heart burn belching and all troubles arising from a disorder digestion It is pleasant to take andJJ affords relief promptly Sold by all druggists How She Got In A lady accosted a little girl who was entering one of the fashionable New York flats where she knew the rules were exceedingly strict and after some little conversation said How does It come that you live In flats I thought they would not take In children How did you get Why replied the child I was burned In Not Needed In His Business An Irish clergyman wandering over he fields one quiet Sunday afternoon saw a young fellow well known to him reputation accompanied by a fierce looking bull terrier He was evidently engaged In the reprehensible sport of ratting The clergyman observing the ragged appearance of the man thought to accomplish good in a roundabout any- George Cullen said he I am fraid times are hard with you Now you would mend your ways yon could mend your clothes That dog Is probably worth something Sell him and you could buy a good pig which fattened would be far more valuable rattlnwIA Devil of a Show A Massachusetts town recently in stalled a trolley system Pedestrians populationillcars go by One countryman was watching the other day as a trolley car with a crowd on board whirled up the hill dashed by He asked a bystander where It came from replyGoshermltydevil of a shnvl be exclaimed 1 The Loan Was Returned f Just why she was carrying a five tent piece In her hand as she climbed Into the car was not quite clear A trout gentleman In the cross scat In front of her turned as she entered for she was very pretty His hat brim struck the hand with the nickel1 idaintily held between thumb and fin iger and the coin dropped down bf back Im really very sorry she mered as he gave n convulsive shudde- for It was evident that the nickel was sliding down the length of his spine Its of no consequence at all said the stout gentleman I dont feel 1It at all now It you have a sliver or a gold locket or But she began still more flustered I really must have It back again fo Its the only change I have The smile dropped off the face of the stout gentleman and ho began to look When the baby in cross and has you worried and worn out you will find the a little caacasweet the well known remedy for babies and children will1 quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contaii s no opiates SId by all druggists otMiiea for Baptism At Uie beginning 6t tho civil war Colonel Brown and Colonel Smith we raising regiments In Wisconsin Ono day Colonel Smiths chaplain paid n visit to Colonel Brown On leaving he stated that the cause of religion was prospering In Colonel Smiths regiment that no longer ago than the last Sabbath i day he baptized ten ot Colonel Smiths men- Sergeant major exclaimed Colonel Brown make a detail of fifteen men to go and be baptized Ill be blamed If I allow Colonel Smiths regiment I to get ahead of mine In point religion Wanted a Permanent Grievance An Irish landlord returning home after nn absence of several weeks saw one of his tenants sitting on n stonewall j whistling away to his hearts J content The moment that he greeted him however the man scowled and began abusing him Why whats the matter Pat Matter enough when your stheward Is afther evicting me bad luck to himEvicted you What for The ould liar prctlnded mo cabin wanted repairing and as 01 wouldnt let him In shure he put me out Never mind Pat I hear the cottage you have always wanted Is vacant and Ill let you have that at the sam rentNo thanking your honor I couldnt think of It But why not What Is to hinder your Xo your honor Old rather have me grievance MOIDI and Bladder Pills I am doing fo WeilI and improving PO fast in health that I cannot sny too much for your kidney Bladder Pills I fell1 like a new man De Wins Kidnev and Bladder Pills a sol l by all IruggistF Jennys Problem- A I little girll stood at her mothers knee and from the expression of be face was evidently evolving some kno ty problem What Is It Jenny asked the motherMamma serIouslyIta husband like papa Yes dear I hope so There was a long pause Then the youngster asked And If I dont marry shall I grow up to be like Aunt Susan I hope so I Then the little girl put her hands to despairWell J I Headache Every Month You may think because youihave long had It that you must have a headache every month being a women But II you think so you are wrong since a headache Is a sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other i women have been able to lelleve or cure by the use of that wonderful womans medicine WINEOF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF oIwomen writes Mrs A C Beaver wltltkudackel feet swelled pains la shoulders atCarddand have found It the best med Ictee I ever nod for femaleIII tremblewAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREB ADVICE symptomsaptTheCaattanoogu Tenn K 37 AoLbJeRemedy CATARRHI Elys Cream Balm Iis quickly absorbed Give Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased mom fromsCatarrh and drives swap a Cold In tho EVErTaste and Smell Full size CO cts atDrug gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York rThe Audience Agreed With Him An English orator rose to make an beganrMr Chairman I have lived ton enough Hear hearl yelled tho audience and amid a storm of laughter tho as+ plrant for political honors resumed his tseat Stood the Test Coasters of Cape Cod can tell who they are by a scrutiny of the sand brought up by the lead Captain Bunker confined to his cabin by sickness once directed that the lead should be brought to his berth for his inspection Tho craft belonged to Nantucket and was In a sand ballast The mate- o doubting the captains Infallibility dropped the lead Into tho ballast The captains eyes dilated when he saw It and he asked Do you say you got this sand by sounding Yes sir Then by the great horn spoon Nan tuckets sunk and we are right over Tuner SSI There Is nothing better for troubles than Kodol which contain th satneJillca qJkr iZato tIe andvfuesdays via L H St L Enter Business College I A 1dyddress Business University at a ing Green Kentucky B UN MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO I LEARN ELEGRAPHY nr 1 R R ACCOUNTING Never beandi has there neon such a crying deROodfid for Telegraph Operators Over teII- rlaw I3last and SUltllrjthing to releflSe If Dear Docther pies gif bearer five garlebabysi InIhers1It Is probable that no woman in tno world possesses so many fearfulI t gownsI y1 5100xn 0 remarkable gown made In Paris on- t which her family coat of arms was r S produced In Jewels on a white satin plercetIbutdeteriorated reIe representta value of at least 75000 Appendicitis is due ir a large measure to abuse the bowels by employing drastic pur onlyDrgentle cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed for headache bJlliousnes- malaria and jandice at Severs Drugstore VSG A CASTLE IN SPAIN I f ItElinor gether In n very friendly peaceable sort of fashion In England not In SpainElinor dropped her face Into her arms and her bowed shoulders quiver ed and shook Ah no no she moaned Ah no no Teddy Not that II cant bear HI Then after a long time she looked up onto more Her beautiful face was very flushed and there were tears wet upon her cnceks cuntdounlustnntafter after everything rubsringandthrobherhandbeyondthegemsflashing IedLadytoSpainThen I stood up before her and held ut my arms Come to Spain Elinor said I Purchased Current More Economical An electric light plant was Installed Santa Clara CaL In 1890 at n cost hastof the board of trustees It as found to be more economical to = purchase the current Tlptons Unprofitable Pant rcTheTIptonWhenitlossItrlaade ILH a tEASTJIll Dally Fast Train leaves Clove apt INo M stops at Ucward on nag oat at Louisville 725 A M JJ No tl2 tallybta11andhxpressleavMC- veryort9S9AN stops at a 1 way statto r- arrtvesLoufsvtlle12s1S p m Train No 111 Dally fast mall leavesTCu verport 450 p m stops at all way station east of Oloverport except Mystic arflmtLouisville 7 Sb pm JKTrain No lib Dally except SaturdaSBHt vcrport accommodation arrives Olov 8M8Dm No HP Express Saturday only v a 1 LoulsvllR t rj branch Battles and Howard U1WESTNo 147 Dally except Sunday 010 accommndatloi leaves Oloverport 60 Evan vllle900atn anTrainstojisBawesvllleStanley Hendiriin and Eva arrive St Louis 71r5 p m b dalg en p m Stops at all stations Nomaaily St Louts fast train loav rerport ll06tP M arrives Evansville M rti A A Hr stops at Haw a tNovtrport 925 am arrives Evansflllo 1 1 tm Makes all stops Except Pates 5ChairLouisville and Evansvllle Through sl 31 and reclining chair cars trains reHBbetweenlAU1svllleardStLouts Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 daily except n ziday I Fordsvlllo 430 TJ w yea Irvlngto am Train No 4 Dully except Sunday 1 Fordsvlilu 3Z0 p m arrives Irvlngtoi p tu Train No fl Sundayonly Fordbvllle8SOa Irvington903ab WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday 1 Irvington 1055 am arrives Fordsville pm Train No 6 Dally leaves Irvington m arrives Kordsvllle 940 D tu The Youth Companion RflSllXa t Comes Every Week Jvmong the contents of the New Volume for J908 will be f 250 Good Stories Serial Stories Stories of Charac ter Adventure and Heroism 350 Contributio- nsi Sketches Remlnlscen eel by Famous Men and Women 1000 Graphic Notes IonCurrent Events Discoveries atJ IKInventions in Nature and Science 2000 OneMinute Stories Bits of Humor and 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that yew are a oti later of tits e eltPi ek 1 I f k H I l j y I = r St te sY ir2cY3Je OS1FaYY a lftlaCi v o tVYi f G C t y 1 1 r iTe1 Not The ctWh WhIt ritz ondl at- oigb wed otht nd a- rood Stl- II llrOkel roketaad MndId I arm TI- hado eptber bill Fitz tin I- very omeadea new ut I nucl o be- atlel I 1g1y r- ome e roks3n 3nyt an 1- idr1n the BI tickSt tyJ de slowcold and way e3- lieD run c sSTi 0 00 mfrgpnl gpnllgai lgaii i i i I FI iI EL4 C T TT i k II OIOVE- t flag sleave1Y leaves ay stilt mrrl turdaOlov CIOVI JIs vIII- dlscn + terCo cs end we Evisvll lea yule law eav lie I Nbqh alnsrls rlssy 1 ngto lay ngto 3 a- aville ton ison I eek olume furac a liscen omen CSaJJlence pies lmelyeetc moon erlip as3n 7td tdce tlt T N U fie inad A ed r I rI e a i gI I gi i ft SCALER0Jtfo + r sUckttS YoThere markedPUItIff straightN1tz back troudly answering his man at ease as fin accomplished swordsman The Sough Red shifted his feet almost wed In spite of himself One after another the eyesdBurned away his heel caught a root be stumbled Instantly the pack was on him for the wallhMad with rage they kicked and beat and tore at Fitz Patricks huddled form long after consciousness had left It Then an owl hooted from the shadow of the wood or a putt of windswept by sometherIn blind unreasoning panic they tied Fltz Patrick regained his wits in bain and so knew he was still on earth Every movement cost him a moan and ome agency outside himself inflicted added torture After a long time he Ccnew It was the cook who was firmly but kindly kneading his limbs and cnuckllng his hair The man proved lo bo In a maze of wonderment over his atlents tenacity of life I watched ye he murmured sooth ngly I did not dare Interfere But m to yo s soon as I could Seel es a tire that I built for ye and ome tea Take a little And no bones rokel True for ye yere a hearty man and strong with th big muscles pn ye fit to fight th Rough Red man to pan Get th use of yore legs darllnt in1 Ill take yo to camp for Its fair drunk they are by now Sure an I tole ye theyd kill ye But they didnt muttered Fltz Patrick with a gleam of humor Sure twas not their fault nor yere tViJ r dours later as It seemed they moved slowly In the direction of camp The cold bad stiffened Fltz Patricks cuts and bruises Every step shot a ref twavo of torture through his brain They came In sight of camp It was pent Both knew that the men had tank themselves Into a stuporII Id like t kill th whole layout lII the sleeps snarled the cook shakin- gs flat So would I replIed Fltz Patrick Then as they looked a thin wreath of moko curled firm under the open doorway and spread lazily In the frosty ilr Another followed another still mother The cabin was afire Theyve kicked over the stove again said Fltz Patrick seating him Y hem to io a soon at I could KIDNEY TROUBLES orpnsfor1ritlee If they should fail to work death would ensue in very short time Inflammation or irritation caused by some feminine derangement may spread to some extent to the Kidneys and affect them The cause can be BO far removed by using Lydia E OompoundI1atWhen a woman is troubled with pain or weight in loins backache welling of the limbs or feet swell ing under the eyes an uneasy tired feeling in the region of the kidneys she should lose no time in commencing treatment with self on a stump Ills eyes blazed wIth wrath and bitterness What yo goln to d02 asked the cook Sit hero replied Fltz Patrick grimly v The cook started forward Stop I shouted the scaler fiercely It you move a step Ill break your back I The cook stared at him through sau cereyesBut theyd be burnt aliveI he objected wildly Thoy ought to be snarled the scal er It aint their fault Im hero to help them TIs their own deed that Im now lyln1 beyant there In th for est unable to help myself Do you un derstand Im yet out there In th woods I Ah wlrra wlrra walled the cook wringing his hands Th poor lads I He began to weep Fitz Patrick stared straight in front of him for a moment Then he struck his forehead and with wonderful agility I considering the Injuries he had but Just received tore down the hill In the direction of the smoldering cabin The cook followed him Joyfully Together they put out the fire The men snored like beasts undisturbed by all the tumultTIs th soft heart ye have after all Fltz said the cook delightfully as the two washed their hands in prepara tion for a lunch Ye could not bear t see th lads burn Fltz Patrick glowered at him for an Instant from beneath his square brows They can go to Neil for all of ine he answered finally but my people want these logs put In this winter an theres nobody else to put them In A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S CUrk of Westfield IowaFor my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was usedand two more battles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for Coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial bottle free How Not to Sleep Dont sleep on your left side for It causes too great a pressure on the hart Dont sleep on your right side for it interferes with the respiration of that lungDont sleep on your stomach for that Interferes with the respiration of both lungs and makes breathing difficult Dont sleep on your back for this method of getting rest is bad for tho nervous system Dont sleep sitting in a chair for your body falls into an unnatural posl lion and you cannot get the necessary relaxationDont standing up for you ma7 topple over and crack your skull Dont sleepPuckC- olds and Croup in Children My little girl is subject to colds says Mrs Wm H Serig No 41 Fifth St Wheeling W Va Last winter she had a severe scell anl a terrible cough but i cured her with Chamber lains Cough Remedy without the aid of a dotor and my little boy has been prevented many times from having the croup by the timely use of this syrup This remedy is for sale by Severs Drug Co The Arctic Blueberry In August when blue and salmon berries ripen In the reindeer moss Es klmos are everywhere with sealskin leather pills their gay colored parkas the hood with wolverene fur border adding a picturesque color note to the I chiaroscuro Tho arctic blueberry Is richer more delicious than its kindred of the States while the salmon berry is an aesthetic delight as it lifts its royal yellow fruition from a bed of autumnal tinted leaves of waxlike texture I I American housewives combine the blue and salmon berry Into a de lIclous preserve The natives bury them in the ground marking the place with a cover of willows There they freeze and are taken out as needed 1 and eaten with seal oUQlrcleI Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound- It may be the moans of saving her life Read what this medicine did for Kate A Hearn 620 West 47th Street Now York who writes Dear Mrs PlnkhamuI owe a debt of gratitude to Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound for it has saved my life I suffered with Kidney trouble irregularities and painful periods and my blood was fast turning to watar I used your medicine for some time and it has made me strong and well Lydia L Piakhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs cures Female Complaints such as Falling and Displacements and Organic Diseases Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage It strengthens and tones the Stomach Cures Headache General Debility and Invigorates the whole system For derangement of the Kidneys in ether sex Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is excellent f MM Pinkhams Invitation to Women Women fueeriBr from ay form of female illness are invited towrit Yrs Pfakkass at Lynn Mass for advice It is free WOMAN AND FASHION Smart Simplicity White frocks are always more genera ally popular for young girls dressy costumes than are gowns of any other color during the summer at least and this year is proving no exception to thu rule The colored frocks are very lash OP DOTTED SWISS lonable but every girl must possess an abundance of fine white frocks If she wishes to feel herself properly equipped The fine white batistes trim med with cluny and baby Irish are worn with girdles and long sashes of colored ribbon pale pink pale blue and yellow being the most popular The frock Illustrated Is of dotted white Swiss trimmed with bands of cluny lace The Japanese Sleeve to Go The Japanese or mandarin sleeves and the abnormally long armholes will not last long although while prima rily designed for the thin woman they may be so modified as to suit one or pleasing plumpness It does seem as though Dame Fashion must be lens and lank with a jealous antipathy to curves as she has for these many years been exerting all her skill to create modes best suited to conceal the defects of fleshless figures and to bring out to their best advantage the rounded curves of slight forms which though slight are still not thin yet these last are few and far between for nearly every slim woman Is thin only politeness forbids one to call her suchto her face Bad as it Is In the eyes of judges of beauty to be thin to be fat is attended not only by defects quite as distressing as those of the thin but also the added misery of find ing oneself left out In the cold In the matter of models for frocks and frills To be fat means that one must have models altered and adapted to ones too ample lines whereas the thin wo man will find any number of welcome and beautiful designs and while the latter may conceal her skinniness fat cannot be hidden Good Taste For Mourning A mourning gown which Is In every respect in the best of taste is here Illustrated It Is of black pongee trim med with dull silk put on as a narrow IN DULL BLACK SILK ruffled sign on the skirt The yoke Is entirely of narrow black braid and the blouse part of the waist is tucked Touches of chiffon are at the neck and cuffs a full double ruffle finishing the latter The bat In sailor shape Is of crape with double crape border The Vogue For Cretonne As a decorative feature cretonne Is not as Wholly new as some would have us believe It was originally ex ploited a few years ago but today It stands In accepted prominence As n finish to summer washing dress fab rics It Is Immensely sympathetic the floral pattern for that purpose being cut out and worked on to the ground of the gown with a light over or chain stitch To filet lace also Is an applique frequently applied while as a reliev ing touch to vest and revers cretonne motifs In some light trailing design It comes as a veritable boon When You Admire a Girl In Peru For a young Peruvian to be seen on the street with a girl other than from his immediate family no matter how wall he might be known to her would Involve either a marriage or coffee and pistols for two If you are not con tent with gazing you had best follow the custom and purchase as many photographs of her as you may desire from the stock kept on hand in the shops If you hesitate to pay the price asked you as a foreigner you must be prepared to meet the Indigna tlon of the clerk that one of Limas fairest daughters should be so cheaply held Perhaps as the senor desires the picture merely as a souvenir he would be satisfied to accept others at lower priceslower because they are ostensibly cheaper prints But Senorl ta X wears a vacuous expression while Senorita Y squInts markedly and so you pay twice over for your original choice for the sake of honoring her pretty face And It Is considered an honor for a girls standing In the community Is judged by the number of her pictures that are solda sort of continuing plebiscite to decide on the most popular young lady In our midst Aubrey Lanston in Bohemian When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists every where as Dr Shoope Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr hoops restorativetablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test Tennessee Assurance In March 1700 the sheriffs of the territory which Is now Tennessee took a census of their own and as there were 00000 citizens of proper age the territory declared Itself a state pro ceeded to choose a governor a congressman and a legislature which se lected two United States senators Congress then In session In Philadel phia had received no Information regarding the action In the terltory un til congressman and senators walked hi uninvited and announced that a state had been born had elected Its of ficers made Its laws and was running on scheduled time Congress was disconcerted and notified the applicants that the sheriffs census was Irregular and they must wait at least for an Invitation before they proceeded to sit at the federal table Upon second thought congress decided to be courte ous and on June 1 admitted Tennessee nearly three months after she had become a state by her own action This state whose coming Into the Un ion was a little previous was the third state In the Union to provide a president for the Union and the first outside the original thirteen To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets railed Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventica for they are not only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Pre ventics contain no quinine no laxative nothing harah nor sickening Ta en at the sneeze stage Preventlcs will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Prevent ics Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 2s cents Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by all dealers Got Rid of His Company A visitor at a health springs was dis inclined to sociability After he had been there a few days a young womau stopping at the same hotel took pity on his seeming loneliness and tried to engage him In conversation After a few conventional remarks she asked what had brought him to the springs Fits he replied confidingly fits And Im so glad to make acquaint ances for the doctor doesnt want me to be alone not even for two minutes The young woman disappeared and the unsociable man was bothered no more Kansas City Star Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Hhoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists every where as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by all dealers Where Warm Clothing IIs Useless In a hospital for soldiers wives In India a poor woman was about to be Invalided home A lady got her some warm clothing for the voyage Un fortunately the patient died before she could be got away The matron anxious to Improve the occasion said to the lady who had provided the clothes Ah well pore soul sheve gorn weru she wont never want no more warm clothingiCornh- lliKILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR C eotIfhFreeANDGUABAMTEED DATItIBAQTOB OX KOXIY BEFCWDED A Sort of Habit They were on the way to the church when the prospective husband observ ed Molly the last time I was married I lost the ring before I got to the par sons But Im sure of It this time Where Is jt John she asked Ive got It In my mouth he said Im sure of It nowIBut when they stood before the preacher the latter asked Where Is the ring I The groom gulped choked stuttered I despairHeavens ItI How to Treat a Sprain Sprains swellings and lameness areII promptly relieved by Chamberlans Pain Balm This liniment reduces fnC flamation and soreness so that a sprain may be cured in about onethird of the I time required by the usual treatment I For sale by Severs Drug Co Lincolns Great Oration Lincolns Gettysburg speech derives Its power from the following facts Its brevity everything Is concise and right to the point so that the reader receives the fullest effect at once Its absolute sincerity creating the Impression that the speaker Is aiming not at effect but at the honest unfolding of his souls commingled Joy and sorrow sympathy and hope Its perfection of style Its words being just such of were needed j properly to express the Idea simple 1 yet powerful going straight to the mark like well aimed cannon balls New York American A Significant PrayerIMay the Lord help you wake Buck lens Arnice Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at Severs drug storeIAn Ancient Flying Ship In the Evening Post a London news paper published in the reign of Queen Anne and bearing date 2022 Decem ber 1709 there is a curious descrip tion of a lying ship stated to have been Invented by Bartholomeo Loren zo a Brazilian priest The paper has an engraving of the airship and a long letterpress description The inventor claimed that he could travel 200 rues in twentyfour hours Do that IT DOES It warms the coldest mid largest room in the house making it cozy busy Lhristnuis turkey Still it just us neat as any heater made It iinl a great saver Thousands are being sold Thousands are Fine Cast Iron tops and making itlastfor years Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc 2745 VA DeWilts Carbolize Witch HazetSalve penetrates the pours thoroughly cleanses and is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by all druggists Can Animals Enjoy a Joke Many Instances have Iron collected to prove that the sense of humor ex ists In the lower animals A puppy on one occasion stole u hone from a dog that was chnlned up and sat gnawing its capture just out of reach of the chain wagging Its talland apparently enjoying the humor of the situation to the full Monkeys npnln will chatter In huge glee when they succeed In pilfering tba spectacles of an old lady and cats have been known to pur with delight when they have boon successful In cheating a rival of some dainty morsel Animals are also subject to sorrow and horses tattle and deer have been known to weep at the loss of their progeny London Answers Common Sense For Rats and Mice Also and Bed Bugs IT DRIES THEM UP RATS AND MICE Destroys them under all conditions They eat it in preference to any food No Stench- It Dries them up leaving only the pelts ROACHES AND BED BUGS They eat it and it kills them Results are in using- It is a paste not a powder- Is easy to apply- Is the cheapest as so little is required Jno D Babbage CLOVERPORT KY Farmers to the Front you expect to be humbugged all your life by the Trusts If so continue to use Commercial Fertilizers at 25 to 30 per ton that has about 150 to 200 pounds of food in them is worth from C3 to 4 i Be Wise Be Economical Save Time Labor And Money Bymaking at your own home a BETTER Fertilizer foronefourth the cost than any Commercial Fertilizer on the market by usi- ngPROCESSJARBOES For Making FERTILIZERSHomea AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY PRECINCT IN THIS COUNTY Cosby Fatent Airlight Baker and Heater DOUBLE DUTY The LUlfthiugfromlooks isairtight fuel of housekeepers enthusiastic bottoms without repairs Box RICHMOND Exterminators Roaches permanent- No danger plant IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made LLo I i + wX + jI YIiOoL1J I r I J t t xr- b T J W r t i II r 1 t i I I j J 11 t I t 1 4 l J i i r J 1 Y V7 S j She Breckenrldge News WEDNESDAY NOV 6 1907 A Change of- Profession By HARVEY J OHIGGINS eoIICopyright by S S McClure ++11 ++ + 111111 1 IIt+ OIIMAN anti Ilanrauan the G two probationers newly ns signed to Engine Company No were the first of their crow to reach the roof of the sixteen story mansard building They had the nozzle of n line of hose that was being laid from tho standpipe of the top floor to wet down the north wall of tho skyscraper and they came out In to the night dragging tholr length of the line to face a gale of wind that took the breath from between their teeth They struggled ngnlnst It through the darkness toward the light of fire over the parapet and they looked down thore through the smoke at the flumes in the roof of an adjoin ing clpthlug house twelve stories be low thorn Captain Rail bad followed them Turn on your water he bellowed abovo the storm to the men behind them Hiul in n moment a feeblo stream swelled the line of hose and gushod from the pipe TIC swore at It It cant spit past Its chin he saidIt straightened slowly as they watched It Keep wettln her down h6 shouted in Gormans oar Get up another lute he cried to the rost of too crew The rushing of the wind drown d their answer but they hurried below to obey him Ho remained with Gor- man and Ilanrahun watching the fire apread rind brighten In the roof of the clothing house Gorman WItS still grinning at his Cant spit past Its chinThey were 200 feet above the street lovel and the storm hurling Itself across the huddled roofs below them drew up a draft of heat and smoke to them as if they were looking down a chimney They could guess what the heat must be In the street for across the road the woodwork of the win lows of a five story building hind caught fire without the touch of any flame and a pygmy crew were drench- Ing It with a stream which they shot up straight from the sidewalk Olliceri the sloe of manikins run up and down In the ruddy glow waving their little arms The lire flowed over the roof ae If it were a burning oil and the smoke came up to them thicker and the heat more stifling with every breath Tholr weak stream dribbled down tho wall to dry out on the hot bricks before It touched the point of danger and Gorman leaned over the parapet to see that the paint was beginning to peel ot In great scales far below linn rnlinn and he tried hopelessly to reach these by swinging the pipe from side to side They might as well have tried to irrigate a desert with It Their eyes were dry and beginning to smart The rest of the crew came up again dragging a second line Captain Hall turned to the lieuten ant No use brlngln more lines up here he shouted Windows II be breakln There aint a shutter on the whole blamed bulldiu Fireproof Shos matchwood Hack down to the twelfth floor Get lines stretched to the air shaft there The teen went back with their hose Do the best you can up here ho advised Gorman Chiefs orders to wet her down Look out for the air shaft Gorman caught the first of these in structions but the wind carried away that last warning of danger and the captain turned and left the two men unconscious of the catastrophe which was preparing for them The air shaft In fact was acting us a sheltered flue for the Nantes It cut a deep groove Into the wall of the mansard building at Gormans left and the wind rushing into It rose straight aloft blowing up sparks like the draft of a blast furnace Gorman watching only the wall and the win dows below him pitied the crews at work In the street lie was wishing for a quid of chewing tobacco and he remembered with exasperation that Ilanrahan would have none That was one of Hanrahan8 social limitations he did not chew lie had been nick named Delicate Pete by his fellow probationers at lire headquarters and Gorman who was known as Bull Gor man being the big man of his class land despised him from the day that tho Instructor having pitted them against each other In a race with scal lug ladders had then publicly com pared Gorman to a baby hippopotamus In point of nimbleness because lInn rnlinn hud run away from him These two were being broken to gether with nil the hard work of the company but there was no friendship between them They rarely spoke to each other for Gorman had found Hanrahans conversation all hot all- an free silver and had quarreled with him about this wearisome enthusiasm for politics They continued stolidly at their work now In the silence of mu tual Indifference The growing strength of tho stream threatened to tear the nozzle from their hands and they raised the hose to their shoulders to bend It In a swans neck arch that sent tho water hissing down the bricks They were busied so when they saw a bluish green flame flash In the red of tho lire In tho roof below and a t belch of smoke rolled up to thehl on the burst and echo of an explosion Before It reached them they hoard an other roar beneath IL The cloud of smoke was split with flame and they leaped back from the parapet as IIf rom the crater of a volcano and threw hemselvea on their faces as tho burn jig gases freed by the collapse of the oof flaring 200 feet In the air andi licking up the side of the mansard I building to break every window glassI In Its upper ten stories and ignite every window curtain window sash andI trim In Its north wall rolled over them in a heat that nipped their carsI like a frostbite and was gone Gorman pinned down the pipe that was thrashing about the roof and staggered back to the parapet with It The beat of heat was unendurable tad he could see nothing for the finoko that blinded him with tears He did not know that the gale was carrying n solid tongue of fire Into tho hidden air shaft and that every win dow on that shaft was already spit tlng flaiucs lIe could just see that the woodwork of tho window below him was afire and he called llanrahau to train the pipe on It with him They doused It black at once and scat tered the smoke to see another blaze below Then suddenly the stream from their hose weakened and fell short It was plain that the crows were using the water on the lower floors Were wanted down below 1 guess Ilanrahan said Were no good up how now Gorman nodded They shut off the nozzle and turned to drag the line to the door of tho stairs They were too late Gorman Saw the blaze In the air shaft and cried out an oath That shaft he knew lit the stnhwu from the ground up and cut them oft from the elevator shaft in the center of the building They dropped the line and ran to the door Smoko was pouring from It and flame was behind the smoke Gorman ran back for the hose turned the neck guard of the helmet over his face and with the water to open the way for him fought down three steps Into ablaze that could not be faced Ilanrnuan pitched forward on his shoulders Gorman braced hiuisolf against the weight turned to catch him under the armpits and carried him up himself half suffocated to lay hint on the roof They wore greeted by the fierce purring of the Hum 03 Ilanrahan groaned Y all rigbtr Gorman asked him lie rolled his eyes Lots get down ont of this he gasped Gorman straightened up and looked around him The doorway was thi only entrance to the roof He walked buck to kick the useless hose down the staircase and shut the tin sheath ed door on the blaze below lIe went to the stone railing that surrounded the cornice on the front of the build Jug The coping overhung the lower windows In n sheer drop to the street He hurried to the south wall The win dews there were twelve feet down and there was no pipe no foothold He went to the back of the roof and found another Voplng lIe turned to see Hanrahau running from parapet to parapet now hidden In a cloud of whirling smoke now black in the red glow of wind blown flames He saw him lean over the marble railing that surmounted the cornice on the front of the building and put his hands In a trumpet to Ills mouth The voice was lost In the ron of the wind He siiw him take off his helmet and try to throw It down Into the street and the gale snatched II from his hand tossed it aloft and blew It away to the south with the smoke and the flying embers He came running buck to Gorman For the Lords sake Bull he cried dont let tu burn alive up here Gorman shook his head I cant get down he said He could see that there was nothing on the brick roof to burn The heat and not the lames would be their tan ger The tire was at Its worst In the light well anti at the point farthest from It there was an enormous water tank protected with a covering of tin and supported across the angle of the walls on steel begins so that even If the roof should fall the tank would not go with It Moro was the greatest safety They would have water to prevent the heat from baking them alive and they would have the tank to shelter them from the drift of smokeGorman went over to It and crouch ed to peer beneath the beams Hanra ban stumbled against him Bull he whimpered I cantI cant get down Gorman thrust him aside Well who said you could 1 he snarled Youre up here to stay You better make up yer mind to that an shut yer yap Ilanrahan threw up his arms and screamed at tho sky In a high dry voice clutching with his fingers and snapping like a dog with his teeth Then he pitched forward Into the smoke on a run for the street parapet again Gorinan climbed slowly up tho Iron ladder to the top of the tank He came on a scuttle there and raised It to find that the tank was almost full lie took off his rubber coat and dipped It down and It came up dripping Ho rubbed It over his face and licked at the moisture on the smooth tarpaulin and the touch of water sent a burning fever flush of thirst through him Ho reached down with his helmet drew It up half full and emptied It over his head and down his back again nnd again Then he drank it In great gulps sighing with satisfaction The relief brought back his energies The tank ladder took his eye and it occurred to him that if ho could get it loose he might bo able to reach a lower window with it Ha loir hnld Continued next week BIG DEAL IN TOBACCO AT OWENSBORO Home Warehouse Company Sells 1907 Crop To American To Ibacco Company k DELIVERIES ON NOVEMBER 20 IThe Messenger is authorized to announce that the Green River Equity Warehouse Company better known as the Homo Warehouse Company has sold its entire holdings of tobacco of the 1907 crop Ito The American Tob acco company The contract reads in part as follows Having pooled our tobacco of the 1904 1905 and 1906 crops both as members of tho American Society of Equity and as an independent organ ization putting the same up in strips and leaf and having been disappointed in the results obtained we have de cided that the pooling and holding of redried tobacco is not to the best in terest of the farmer On this account we have made the following proposition of our own accord to the American Tobacco company The Green River Equity Warehouse company agrees to deliver to The American Tobacco company all of the 1907 crop which it now controls or which it may control to the Owensboro factory of the American Tobacco com pany on such other factory in Owens boro as the said American Tobacco company may designate at the following pricesIt tt understood that the pricos are well up to the market being from 9 19 and 53 down All of the trash is to be sold at 3 cents Owensboro Messenger Nov 5- APPRECIA1IVE AUDIENCE The song service given by the Meth odist church choir Sunday evening was a most enjoyable affair Thesuccess of it being due to Mr A H Murray di rector Miss Ida White organist Rev B MCurrie Miss Eva May leader and the following singers Dr A A Shnonsi Ira Behen Lawrence Murray Misses Eliza May and Georgia White and Mrs J H Rowland The program wasI beautifully rendered and the choir had an appreciative audience BEWLEYVILLE Miss Martha G Martin of Louisville was a pleasant visitor at Dewy Heights last weekIMiss Florence Cain who has been visiting relatives here the past six weeks left Tuesday for El Paso Texas where she will practice her profession Miss Annie Meyer is visiting Miss Annie Compton- W A Stith and family attended church here Sunday Mrs Mary Stith and Mr Frank Stith of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr T P Hardaways The Methodist church is being re papered greatly improving its appear anceMr and Mrs Chas Hardaway are visiting relatives at Frankfort Boyd Keith is on the sick list Miss Fannie Williams of Hill Grove is visiting Miss Fannie Hardawayjj Hugh and James Albright of Louis qille visited their parents Sunday Miss Roberts of Pineyvilleps visiting Mrs Preston Foote Several cases of scarlet fever are in the neigborhood 1 1 Prices This Week For Cash OnlyI 7 bars Lonox Soap 25c 1 Double face wash board 1ZcIFloor mops 18c 6 quart tin buckets 12c 6 boxes capital matches 25cIGlasses lOc set V G BabbageJJ J IRVINGTON NEWS Public School ClosedCarrie Nation Had a Crowd to Hear J Her Make A Short Lecture i Miss Rachel Mudd will return thisjj week trom Louisville where she has been the guest of her sisters Miss IvaII Mudd and Mrs R E Hays for sevjj eral weeks Mr D H Doriot has purchased the entire grocery stock of T J Adkisson and removed the goods around tho corner to the vacant house on Railroad J street and is now ready to begin busi ness Make him a call and see what he has that will satisy your eye as well as tasteThe public school is closed this week on account of the illness of the prin cipal Miss Annie Payne at her home at Bewleyville Mr Taylor Dowell was the highest bidder at the sale of his fathers farm which was sold at auction at Garfield last Thursday giving 12450 for it Little Miss Helen Board returned Sunday from a few days visit to her cousin Miss Louise Henderson in Lou isville Mrs Proctor Keith of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs L H Jolly Thursday on her way home from a trip to Louisville Mrs Childs of near Gun spent Friday the guest of her daughter Mrs C SNeafus Mrs Ed Robertson and baby spent last week near Lodiburg visiting her parents Mr C M McGlothlan of West Point spent Sunday the guest of relatives and friends in town Mrs J H Conley left Thursday for her home in Alabama after a several weeks visit to her mother Mrs Nannie HendersonMn Kemper has sold his farm near town to Mr G O Bailey and will move his family the first of the year Consideration not known Carrie Nation gave the people of Irv ington a lecture while waiting here between trains last Fritlay morning Mr and Mrs Clarence Penick and children of Louisville ate visitors of Mrs Penicks parents Mr and Mrs R S Bandy Mr L B Moreman and son Louis Bennett have returned from Branden burg where they spent a few days visit ing Mr and Mrs A W Moremen The young ladies of the town gave a Halloween party last Thursday even ing at the home of Misses Eva and Mable McGlothlan Mr and Mrs Bate Washington re turned Sunday from a short visit to their daughter Mrs Harry Major of Louisville Mr G T Marshall has returned from Sonoro where he was called to see his sister Mrs Armstrong who was sick Mr G L Brady has purchased the little cottage on Caroline street of Mr L D Bishoff Price paid lOOO Mr Will Biggs arrived home Sunday from an extended trip West and will remain on his vacation until the first of the year Miss Willa Drury expects to leave in a few days for Texas for a visit to rela tives and friends Mrs Williard Arnold and children left Tuesday for Horse Branch to visit her sister Mrs Lucy Steward The Presbyterian people have just completed a very nice six inch brick walk in front of their church and it iis quite an improvement over the old one and a help to the church Mrs W B Gardner spent a few days last week in Brandenburg the guests of Mr and Mrs Tonnie Rhodes Rev E W Graves and wife were iin Hardinsburg Wednesday the guests o Mr and Mrs St Clair After a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Mary W Munford Mrs Clovie Wathen returned to her home in Chi cago Friday Rev B F Wilson left Sunday for Bewleyville whare he is engaged in a series of protracted meetings He iis being assisted by the Rev Andrew Johnson of Wilmore Ky WARM AND DRY TO STAY WELL Advice of Noted Authority Also Gives a Simple Home Prescription Now is the time when the doctorgets busy and the patent medicine manu facturers reap the harvest unless great is taken to dress wlrmlyand keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription phar macy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Korr gon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime I Just try this simple homemade mix ture at the first sign of Rheumatism or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town and vicinity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these in gredients or if our readers preferthey I will compound the mixture for them 1Promptlyj L JASMPOWEL1 Catarrh of the BladderIMr James M Powell 411 Kensington trcot Kansas City Mo writes About four years ago I suffered with a severe catarrh of the bladder which caused continued Irritation and pain I was miserable and could not stand- upI or walk for any length of time with out extreme weariness and painIr I began taking Peruna and it greatly relieved me and in eleven weeks 1 was completely cured and felt like a new man Kidneys and Liver Affected Mrs Carrie King 780 North Cascade Colorado Springs Col writes Peruna has been my favorite and only household remedy for nearly five years I havo suffered for years with biliousness and kidney and liver trouble If I caught a little cold the pains wore increased and backache and headache were of frequent occurrence However Peruna cured me twelve bottles mado mo a now and healthy woman For tfree years I havo enjoyed the best of health I keep Peruna con stantly in my home if my husband or I catch cold or feel indisposed a few doses of Peruna never fall to restore us Mr M T Gaffnoy Corpus Christi Texas writes I can certify to the truthfulness of Peruna as a catarrh cure and am rec ommending it to every one I am practically well of the catarrh in my nose throat and head Theaters In Shakespeares Time The typical theater In Shakespeares time was of wood circular or hexago nnl in form being modeled externally on the general structure of the old amphitheaters for bull and bear bait- Ing The Interior was fashioned after the manner of an Inn yard The pit was scorched by the sun while the actors were protected by a thatched penthouse The scenery was supplied audiencefscenery was made up in noise nnd bustle things being kept very lively In that direc tion The most numerous class among the audience was roistering appren tices On the stage and in other parts were fashionable dandles swashbuc klers writers and actors These it is interesting to know always had free passes The play lasted two hours on an average and considering tho noise and the smells which accom panied the performance one was it Is presumed not sorry when she actors dropped on they knees to pray for the queen A Literary Bandit A literary man was traveling In French mountains when on a lonely road he was stopped by three high waymen his life threatened and his valuables demanded His literary Instincts were to the fore even in his extremity and half unconsciously he burst forth with an appropriate couplet quoted from some obscure French poet Hold cried the leader of the high waymen My comrades this gentleman is acquainted with the works of our friend M Soandso He is then our brother I The purse was returned courtesies extended and the traveler and three bandits adjourned to an inn near by tad spent a pleasant evening I suppose you noted the disposition to make class distinctions In Europe No answered Mrs Cumrox in a tone of disappointment Europeans seem to go on the principle that nil Americans are rich without realizing that some of us play be vastly richer than others Washington Star JobsonWhat did Hobson say about my play- DobsonHe said he felt that he bad got the worth of his money JobsonAnything else- DobsonOh yes he asked me to thank you for the complimentary tick et you sent him wnurcn ror MM uonommntions A German merchant who died at Cottbus left 25000 to found a church denominaI Kodol 1 TIlE first stage of Brlghta DU J of tho kidneys Is known as the oatarrhalstago j Catarrh of tho mucous membrane lining the kidneys is the first sat of a drama that often ends as a tragedyTo the catarrh is to head off tho disease If Brights Disease can be relieved durIng the catarrhal stage all will bo well Poruna has achieved a reputation for mitigating catarrh of the internal organs This explains why Peruna has boon used with so much success k in kidnoy diseases WILLIAM FLOTHAMER 91Mr William F Lothamer former presIdent of tho Boss Barbers Union a noted politician and at ono tlmo chair man of the Democratic State Central Committee writes from 1900 South 4th Avo Minneapolis Minn For years I suffered with severs disease of the kidneys I would have pains all over my body and at times have such dizziness in my head that I could not seo nor work ipaini either My druggist told me ono day of the praise his customers gavo to Peruna and advised me to tryit offering to return my money if it did not help me I purchased a few bottles I kept cottIng bettor The medicine dd its work and in four mouths 1 w ad a well man HARNED Mr and Mrs John Chancy and daugh ter of Constantine were the guests off Rev and Mrs Drear Thursday Joy BeaU visited his cousin Jesse Matthews of Cabot from Saturday until MondayStephen Gray who has been quite ill at the home of his parrnts at this place is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Kelly Vatts are all smiles over the arrival of a fine boy at their home Misses Gola and Cora Haynes of Freedom were the guests of Mr and Mrs Brear last week Quite a number from Kingswood passed through here last week on route to Louisville to attend the holiness con ventionMessrs Walter and Clareace Hughes of Kingswood were here Tuesday Mr and Mrs Garfield Tucker are tha proud parents of a new son Quite a crowd from here went to Kings wood Thursday night to hear Mrs Carrie Nation speak For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose of Doanta Regulets is enough Treatment cures habitual con stipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist for them GOOD NEWS TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS t a Henderson Ky Nov tBy a deal consummated here the Imperial Tobacco Company purchased the enUre tobacco crcp pledged to the American Society of Equity in Henderson Union Webster Hopkins and Crittenden counties The deal involves 16000 000 pounds of tobacco and will bring 1500000 of English money toth farmers of this section The price paid was that demanded by the farmers and is the highest price ever Ijaid here since the civil war All Equity fac tories and employes are taken over by the Imperial Company and will bacon tinued in service Deliveries will begin as soon as the tobacco is in order The gold will be shipped from England at I once FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU 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