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Vf s THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSof 7A J ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTt J OL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1907 8 Pates NO 2t USPECTED OF- ROBBING CARS ames Martin Will Have to hang Up His Christmas Stocking In Jail TRIED IN POLICE COURT FRIDAY A young man giving his name JamesI address StMartin and his is suspected as having robbed several freight cars on the Henderson Route was presented to the Police court in this city Friday morning charged with being a suspected robber Martin was arrested by Detectives in wensboro and brought here to be tried as the theft is thought to have L en committed in BreckenrIdge county e was taken to Hardinsburg and laced in jail to await a further trial in he Circuit court in February nat a littlo Qaacasweet is all that is nee isary to give your baby when it is cross nd peevish Cascasweet contains no plates nor harmful drugs and is highly ocommended by mothers everywhere nforms to the National Pure Food JIM Sold by all druggist- sTwentySeven Guests Thanksgiving day at the hospital owe of Mrs Emma Hardin an unusual arge turkey was carved and served Ith other delicious coursts in compli ent to Mr and Mrs Hiliary Hardin- r and Mrs R N Hardin her aughter Miss Clara assisting in enter aining the guests who were twenty even in number Among them were- r and Mrs Hinkle Mr and Mrs ohn Warfield Mrs AdktsBon Miss iza Stiff Mr and Mrs Alvin Skill nan of Hardinsburg Miss Bertha Xng Misses Lillie and Maggie Mc javock Miss Alice Wagner and Mr tone for1meTiling Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga describe trouble and free medical advice lao sent in scaled letter BAPTIST REVIVAL- CLOSED THURSDAY Many Additions Dr Nowlln Returns Home Baptismal I Services Sunday YOUNG PEOPLE TOOK INTEREST The series of meetings which have been in progress at the Baptist church in this city closed Thanksgiving night The meeting was a source of a great religious revival of the church and re sulted in over twenty additions and many conversions among the young peopleRev Lewis the pastor was assisted by Dr Nowlin who has returned to his home at Owensboro All the services and especially the night ones were well attended The young ladies and men furnished the music and were faithful in attendance in the choir every night The women were earnest workers throughout the meeting and the men were helpers spiritually as wellas financially The baptising will take place in the pool of the church Sunday night Rev Lewis officiating in the service The water will be heated and everything will be comfortably arranged for those who are to be baptised Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests ore proving to the peoplewithout a pennys cost the great value of this scientific pre scription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by all dealers Teachers Honored Mr and Mrs Thomas Wroe were host and hostess to a Thanksgiving din ner party The occasion was in honor of the teachers of the Cloverport graded School who are Prof Edmund Wroe Misses Jennie Patterson Margaret Wroe Cora B McCoy and Edith Burn Mrand Mrs Wroe were nssited In entertaining by their pleasant daughter Miss Julia Wroe Men lined for c WERE SCHOOL EXERCISES Thanksgiving Day Entertainment- At The School a Pleasure To Many TEACHERS DESERVE CREDIT Wednesday afternoon before Thanks giving day the pupils of Miss Jennie Patterson and Miss Cora McCoy of the Cloverport Graded School tcok part in a number of beautiful exercises in the school building on the hill The rooms were artistically deco rated by the children with their paper cuttings and original designs Mr Harry Newsom drew a turkey on a large piece of cardboard which was used iti the decorations Miss McCoys pupils rendered an entertaining program from 130 to 230 oclock and was delightfully continued by the classes in Miss Pattersons room The Rev B M Currie gave splendid talk and the High school boys and girls sang several selections of music The Worst In The Union Kentucky is one of the worst gerry manderedstates in the Union and willmake a new and fair division One Republican state senatorial district contains a population of 121283 and one Democrat district has a population of olny 38880 in the House a Demo crat population cf 8226 is enough to elect a member while 63134 as requir ed in a Republican locality Missouri congressional gerryiiian is on a still more onesided scale A party that re sorts to such ookedness gets knock ed out in the end Globe Democrat A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings Now Life Pills should always be your rem satisfactoryinDrug Co 25c C Choice of any Suits in our SIX HUNDRED IN Indiana Farmers Have Fine Meeting Cloverport Singers Royally Entertained TO MEET AT TELL CITY AGAIN The Farmers Institute of Perry county Indiana had a most beneficial and enjoyable meeting at Tell City last week The Institute convened from Monday until Wednesday having three sessions rack day Some of the most able agriculrist spoke one of them being from Kentucky who was Mr Bert Cunping ham of Chenault He gave a practical and interesting talk on Apple Raising after which he opened a barrel of luscious apples and treated the crowd Misses Eva and Eliza May Messrs Ira Behen and Lawrence Murray talent ed singers of this city who were espec ially invited to attend the Institute went to Tell City Monday and were in attendence at every meeting They were kept busy singing and their music created a most favorable impression While there they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Fenn and were royally entertainedTobinsport was largely represented and among those who attended were Mr England Hugh Weatherholt and Mr Winchell Tell City was chosen as the next meeting place for the Institute Owensboro Visitor Entertained Miss Mary Barrett of Owensboro was the guest of honor at the home of Mr hnd Mrs Byrne Severs Friday evening when they entertained the members of the Girls Club and the young society men In the reception and dining rooms tables were arranged and used for progressive games which were immensely enjoyed by the guests Hot chocolate was served with a salad afternoon Mr bivTil Phelps gave a pleasant boat party to Addison in honor of Miss Barrett MAN DIES John Arvin Robertsons Death A Great Shock To His Many Friends in The County IN HIS TWENTY FIRST YEAR Once again the angel of death has passed over our community and on last Wednesday morning took from our midst one of our best Christian young men John Arvin Robertson standing on threshold of manhood lacking only a few days of reaching his 21st birth day this young man so full of life and all its possibilities was called from earth to that on high The summons found him ready and willing to go Truthful honest jnst and pure his was a life though short that counts for much for his influence for righteousness was such that will goon and on in an ever widen ing circle till it reaches the shores of Eternity His record as a Sunday School scholar has rarely it ever been equalled he having missed only one session in the past 8 years The impres sive funeral services were conducted in the church in Guston by the Rev Graves of Irvington who chose for his subject Jonathans reply to David Thou wilt be missed because thy seat will be empty The beautifnl flowers and the large concourse of people who followed the remains to their last resting place attested the love and friendship left for this young man We deeply sympahtze with his family in their great sorrow and commend them to Him who was a man of sorrow andacquainted with grief There is no flock however watched and tended But one dead lamb is there There is no fireside howso ere defind edBut has one vacant chair Let us be patient These severe af flictions Not from the ground arise But oftentimes celestial benedictions Assume this dark disguise There is no Death what seems so is transition wThis life of mortal breath elipianYhosevportal DeathA Friend former 150 now l former I2 cut cut I 150 cut LATEST LOCAL NEWS OF TOBACCO Paying Prices in Union CountyPaducah Bank Re fused to Coin SHIPPING NOT Paducah Ky Nov 30 American Todacco company buyers and Italian regie buyers will deposit their money in safety deposit vaults in Paducah and Mayfield and pay cash for their tobacco This move followed the refusal Paducah and banks to handle their cash forthem The reason given by the banks is that tho farmers will be if the banks pay out cash for the trust tobacco and pay with cashiers checks for association and independent tobacco will put 150001 in this county in the next few weeks At Murray ccunty the banks are the cash for the trust Union county Ky Nov30Man agers of the Imperihl tobacco factories announce that they are now ready to buy tobacco at prices ranging from f8 to 10 Thin years crop of the Society of Equity already sold can not be delivered until 9 About 90X percent of the tobacco In Union county Is pooled and will delivered to the company here Last year the crop was hauled in wagons to Corydon county and it is more good news to Union county farmers when they learn that last years crop at Corydon has been KyWilliam Osborne a farmer of this county prized eight of tobacco and this morning hauled them to the depot at Dry Ridge preparatory to them to Cin cinnatiMembers of the Society of Equity heard of the move and hauled the back to Mr Osborns barn and a committee went to his house and gave him warning He is a member of the the evening with the Japs at Oelzes Hall Dec 5th u UVII MW Our Closing Out Sale Still Continues C1overoortIIThe Greatest Real Bargain Sale Ever Held in HE continuance of our ClosingOut Sale gives everybody a good chance to get all the needed for Winter at givingaway prices Our stock is selling at the lowest prices ev r put on the market The sale is a great sacrifice to us and a great gain to you if you will only take advantage of it The best nart of the bartgain is that the goods are new and styles uptodate Come in at once and get the pick before we leave l ENTIRE STOCK OF Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Overcoats Underwear SELLING CHEAPER THAN EVER Mens Overcoats 00formerly 498merlyt 48merlyBoys Overcoats 98merly98merlyMens Trousers Jeans Pants 87 INTERESTING 98GoodJ8price 23ForMens Suits former348ly former8lyhouse 48nowI ATTENDANCE luncheonThanksgiving PROMISINGYOUNG former87lyMiens Shoes liens Shoes price98C 175cutpricelSliens price Shoes priceI I 48 Mens Shoes former priceI 983 price I Womens Shoes Women Shoes price formerly98c Fancy Handle ALLOWED of Mayfield suspicious Thecompanies Calloway handling American December be Imperial Henderson sold- Williamstown hogshead shipping promptly hogshead SocietyRemember W clothing Womens Shoes formerly 175 cut price- Womens 118 Shoes formerly IIJ82 cut price Womens Shoes formerly I 983 cut price I Childrens Suits 98cerly23erlyJ8prices L SHAPINSKY BROS Cloverport Kentucky J L a- l h d M T J t ETII 8 n uuutA rircumstantiat 1 = Case ttuutrout wrotchod man had found and concealed the gold piece which poor Jack bad let fall from his nervous fin gers and the temptation to obtain Bcemlifgly without a risk a prize worth more that a whole years wages had proved too strong for his honesty With a cunning prompted by the arch fiend he had filed the edges of the stolen spgoluicn and carefully placed the filings where he knew that they would be found by the cleaner an honest man who he felt confident would turn them over to the authorities of the library Everything had turned out as ho wished Scarborough had been convicted and what was there to prevent his advantageous disposal of the booty which had cost an honest man his liberty and his reputation and had well nigh broken the heart of the noblest woman Into whom the Creator had ever breathed the breath of life Inspector I said with a headlong impetuosity born of righteous but un reflecting indignation I will take out a warrant for Golson at once within an hourAnd of what use would that be he inquired You can prove nothing It would be Impossible to convict him on suspicion I will admit that cir cumstances seem to Inculpate him but before the foxs tall Is taken as a tro phy tho hounds must run him to his death Do you wish us to make an lur vcstlgatlon I lost no time In assuring him that ouch was the dearest wish of my heartVery well then said he You may rely upon my detailing ono of my Bbrewdeat and most experienced men It Is hardlyI probable that the thief whoever he stay be he cautiously add ed would undertake to sell so rare and valuable coin at home Some foreign market would be his safest and most profitable outlet Nor do I believe that he has yet attempted to dispose of It anywhere Did I understand you to say that the man whom you seem to suspect Is nt present conducting a boarding house and If so where- I answered that I had been so In formed but that us to the location of his alleged hostelry I knew nothing Never mind said Inspector Maho ney I dare say we can locate him For a mouth thereafter I made week ly calls at the headquarters In Mulber ry street onu disappointment following close upon the heels of another I hat communicated with both Jack and Miss Etherldge and I hoped you I say It In all sincerity to crown their happiness by vindicating Agnes lover even In the eyes of her Cerberus of an aunt Yet us month succeeded month and my load of suspense was not lightened I grew discouraged The Inspect ors reports were vague and unsatis factory Could It be that after all I was the victim of either Incompetency orguileAt on tanking one of my perfunctory visits to his ofllce my ofilclul friend greeted me with unwonted cor diality In fact he seemed a trifle ef fusive lIe handed me n cablegram There Mr Graham said he If you will read thnt you will see that we have not been Idle The dispatch ran as follows From J a Scotland Yard London to Mahoney Now York Golson nabbed with coin on person Shall we await extradition T For a moment or two I gazed at the bit of yellow paper as one whose per ception dad reasoning faculties have For a moment or two r used at the bit of yellow paper boon alike benumbed then In a trans port of Joy I grasped Mahoneys hand and wrung It warmly Your success has surpassed my fondest hopes I said It seems as though there must be some mistake Surely this IH real Altogether real Mr Graham and I am bellevo me aa well pleased as you But how was It brought about I asked not yet fully recovered from my bewilderment irfea Terr slmole atorr aM vv s va to UUU 8 8 r 44ZBy WALTER B WINES + ++ Copyright 1907 bjr Charles N Lario A + ti + n tnoney ana as i nappen to nave noorrc twenty minutes to spare Twill tell you all about It To begin with I was al ready on the track of the thief whenl you first honored mo by asking my as sistanceBut I Interrupted scarcely know Ing whether I was awake or dream- Ing who could have taken sufficient Interest to anticipate me his dearest friendThe Inspector coughed behind hisI hand and looked wise Mr Graham said he I am pretty well along In years I have been married twice and am the father of cloves children eight of whom I am proud toI say happened to be girls Consequently I havo had uncommonly good oppor- tunIties for studying the feminine character from a domestic as well as a professional standpoint And let mo give you a pointer In a fatherly way Don t you ever believe that one man Is thoI dearest friend to any other man It I unreasonable and Impossible Now here Is an Illustration In this very case Within a week after your dear est friends conviction a lady invok ed my aid to restore to her lover hisI freedom and his good name I could see a twinkle In the eye andl a twitching about the corners of the II mouth which showed how keenly the old officer was enjoying his own joke and my confusion but I was too happy to feel angry I saw It all Agnes tho single hearted had determined to leave no stone unturned and without consulting mo had set on foot a quiet Investigation on her own account Had she distrust ed me Ah the ngony of that thought Well she had reason to doubt my ca pability but not God knew my fidel ity Go on Mr Mahoney I snld do not keep me In suspense Certainly not he snld nail the story can be very soon told Golsons boardiim1 house was well patronized by my men only one of whom started long tit u time although all worked in concert Isis habits were learned his servants were In our confidence hero the Inspector solemnly winked and at the time of your first call I had already learned thnt he had entered upon negotiations with the British museum for the sale of the stolen coin for 00 The folks nt Scotland Yard did mo a good turn In the case Just as we have done for them hundreds of times The museum authori ties offered a good round figure hut Insisted on seeing what they were go lug to get before they paid for It and hotly refused to deal with middlemen What was the result Golson took steerage passage to Liverpool and traveled third class from there to Lou lion Ho offered his swag at the mu scum and of course the olllcers gobbled him then and there It was nil plain My friend was cleared The fInding of that Infernal noble would establish the truth of his story and of course Uic state uftII er having unjustly condemned him would render him the only reparation In Its powera free pardon for a crime which he had never committed And this Is the perfection of modern JusticeI not dwell upon what follow ed I need not tell of the return con fession and conviction of Golson thei release of Scarborough the remorse of the librarian the repentance of Agues aunt and the happy marriage of thei two over the course of whose love had come so dark a cloud- I was Jacks best man at the wed ding and I thank God that on that day as I touched Agnes cheek with my lips In my heart there was no pang DO YOU GET ur WITH A LAME BACK Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news oapsrs Is sUe to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nine teenthcentury dis covered years of nrnt kidney and blad der specialist and t rlnglameg bles and Brights Disease which Is the worsttt form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmer SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but If you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been teste In so many ways In hospital work in prlvat- practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful tinI every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pan r who have not already tried it may have fA sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generoust otter In this paper and send your address to Binghamton remedyIt after byDr I regular fifty cent and Dome of BDpRoof loilar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make anymistake but remember tb name Bwampltoot Dr Kilmers Swam Boot and the address Binghamton N Y ion e err bottln LITTLE BABY I CURED OFECZEMA 1 Parents Applied to Hospitals and Doctors but Could Get No Re lief Grew Worse UnderDQctors Prescription Friends Recom mended Cuticura Result I A SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CURE We express to I herewith our best thanks for tho cure of our baby from eczema Tho eczema appeared when tho child was three months old Wo applied to several doctors and hospitals each of which gave us something differ ent every timot but nothing brought relief A physician recommended salvo which wo throw into tho fire after two days uso as tho eczema became worse so that two baby scratched his face At last ono of our friends recommended to us Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment A few days afterwards improve meat could be noted Since then wo have used nothing but Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and now the baby is six months old and is quite cured All that we used was ono cake of Cuti cura Soap and two boxes Cuticura Oint twogpoorest man can pay that instead of throwing it into tho doctors lap I myself only make twelve dollars a week aa a teamster but I recommend the Cuticura Remedies strongly to all moth eta whose children suffer from such diseases They are cheap harmless and good C P Kara and Wife 343 East 65th Street New York March 30 1906 p FOR SORE HANDS Soak tho hands on retiring ina hot creamy lather of Cuticura Soap Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura Oint ment and in severe cases spread tho Ointment on thin pieces of old linen or cotton Wear during tho night old loose kid gloves with tho finger ends cut off and holes cut in tho palms or a light bandage of old cotton Complet Kittrntl end Internal Treatment for Every Humor of mints Children and Adult cooiliti of Cult curl Soap 23cto Clrtnie the Skin Cutlruri Ointment HOe to rte the Skin and Cuticura Pms Chocolate Coated tie vial of GO to Purify the Blood hnoughoutlheworld nepoteLondonNewbeqliChurlerhoue WMaaed Free now to Cute Skin Tonnes The Shape of the Earth According to the deductions of J A Jeans of Trinity college Cambridge the shape of the earth when It begun to cool and to solidify from a liquid mass was that of a pour But Its shapo could not have been maintained long against the enormous strains which would be set up In It as the process of cooling proceeded and this shape would gradually give plnce to an approximately spherical form Such a configuration would possess a single axis of symmetry and this axis It Is suggested passed through a point of latitude and longitude 0 degrees north of 30 degrees east Thus Africa the continent whose center above sea level Is greatest must he taken as the center of the land hemisphere while the protuberance which formed the stalk of the pear Is submerged In the Pacific ocean which now forms the water hemisphere Almost the only remain ing evidence of the existence of this protuberance Is the tact that the axis lof the pear coincides with the earths greatest diameter If we suppose the pear to contract to a spherical shape the change In curvature and the rein tlc displacements would be greatest In the neighborhood of Its equator and hence we should expect to find earth numIiTo check a cold quickly get from your druggist sonic little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druptrists everywhere are now dispensing Preventics for they lire not only safe but decidedly effective and prompt Preventics contain no qui nine no laxative n thingharshnor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Prevontics will prevent Pneumonia Bron chitis La Grippe etc Hence tho name Prevcntics Good for feverish children 48 Provcntics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cts Sold by all dealers Meaning of Protocol Like ninny other English words de rived from other languages protocol has long since lost Its original mean- Ing It Is derived from the Greek protos meaning first and kollan meaning glue and meant originally a sheet glued In front of a manuscript bearing the writers name and other particulars From this tho meaning evolved Into that of a rough draft of a document and was so used by tho Romans who called It protpcollum gThe definition of the word as used In modern diplomacy Is given as a rough draft of any document or a document preliminary to some transaction It likewise Is defined as a diplomatic proceedingd byepeaceful means Undismayed Counsel for two DefenseGentlemen I appeal to you to return this unfortu Hate to his tittle home where a tender loving wife awaits him where his lit tie children call him father Judge Interrupting I will call the learned counsels attention to the fact that the accused Is unmarried Counsel undismayed continuing So touch the more unfortunate Is this poor man who has no little home where no tender loving wife awaits him where no little children call him father Fllegende Jatter11 I THE It LOST ATLANTIS Air Ideal Land Where Man Had Reach ed Social Perfection According to Plato who was the first to put the story on record having heard It from the Egyptian priests At lantls was an Island In the Atlantic ocean over against the pillars of Her cules It was larger than Asia and Africa taken together and 0000 years before his time was denselyI peopled b1 doI21lnlonef Africa and Europe and their conquering progress was finally checked only by the united resistance of the Athenians and other Greeks In the course of time this great peo pie this powerful nation forgot Its greatness and Its power and turned to wickedness and sin Then there came an earthquake which lasted a day and a night and was followed by an Inundation of tho sea After that nothing but slime and shoals remained to mark the spot where Atlantis hat flourishedThis the romantic tory as told by Plato As we have said he got It from the Egyptian priests Where did the priests get It Wns It purely Imaginary or was Jt founded as some of the stories of mythology are upon a thin foundation of fact On this point both the ancient and the modern writers have different views Some suppose that the exist ence of the Island was really believed In because the Phoenicians may have visited the Canary islands or the Azores that the story of Atkwtta grew out of their possible discovery Others think that It is the expression of a vague belief by the ancients In the existence of the western hemi sphereSo as the origin of the story goes we shall never perhaps know more than wo do now but we have for all time them beauty of the story Itself as showing what the poets of antiquity conceived to be the Ideal con- dItion of the human race According to these ancient writers Atlantis was ono of the most produc tive countries In the world Its nat Everythingand comfort of men was there In pro fusion grain wine delicious fruit metals of various kinds great forests ferUle plains pleasure grounds springs and rivers The island was divided into ten kingdoms each wholly Independent of the other but bound by the common ties of noble purposes and mutual good will Commerce flourished as it did nowhere else In the world Its harbors receiving the products of every other known country There were large and populous cities rich in architectural ef fect and embellished with the most beautiful works of art Its villages were also rich and thriving and Its fields were under tho most skillful and profitable cultivation This wns Atlantis as the old poets pictured It the Ideal land where men had reached the ultimate development of social anti general government ChIcago News Muscular Pains Cured During the summer of 1903 I was troubled with muscular pains in the instep of my foot says Mr S Pedlar of Toronto Onto At times it was so painful I could hardly walk Chamber lains Pain Balm was recommended tome so I tried it and was completely cured by ono small bottle I have since recommended it to several of my friends all of whom speak highly of it For sale by Severs Drug Store A Wise Answer- It takes but an ordinary man to re turn an angry answer to an insult The extraordinary man Is he who under such circumstances holds himself so well under control that he controls his adversary also Persia once pos- scssed suet a man and was clear sight td enough to make him a judge He was the chief judge of Bagdad In the reign of Caliph llndee and his name was Aboo Yusuph He was a very wise man for he knew his own de Qcicnclcs and was actually sometimes In doubt as to whether be possessed sufficIent wisdom to give a just decision In cases peculiarly shrouded lu mystery It Is related of him that on one occasion after patient investigation of facts he decided that he had not sufficient knowledge to pronounce on the case before him There was in his presence a pert courtier one of those men who take long to learn thatt wIsdom and Impudence are not closelyI relatedPray do you expect that the caliph- Is to pay you tor Ignorance h asked hoping to place the Judge at n disadvantage I do not was the mild reply The caliph pays me and pays mo well for what I do know Were he to attempt to pay mo for what I do not know the treasures of his empire would not suffice Good Cough Medicine For Children The season for coughs and colds is now at hand and too much caro cannot bo used to protect tho children A child is much moro likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when ho has a cold Tho quicker you cure his cold the less risk ChamberlaIns Cough remedy is the solo reliance of many mothers and few of those who have tried it aro willing toI use any other Mrs F F Starcher of Ripley W Va saysHI have never used anything other than Chamberlains Cough Remedy for my children and it has always given good satisfaction This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may bo given as confidently to a child as to an adult For sale by Severs DrugStore f tilNIs- we Hi BowfeER President A B SxiLUfix Cashier F L HonrrooT ViceyllresldentrCAA SKILLNAN Autcubler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited eN4sNNNN NNlNN i The Bank of Hardlnsburg and Trust CompanyCA- PITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BBARD Cashier PAUl COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in overy Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary TJ First State Bank I IRV1NGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Viet Presided n H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits aJ1 jI 4 THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 3a C1 Iftratclassbotelln2 1200 rate Only one block from the principal Bhopplngalstilct and two blocks tromIIthe principal theatres Street cars pass theldoor to all parts Iof the city- Everything Ineat andiclean f K r r r r7fr r 9a WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense Now and ThenI Is Relished by the Wisest Men 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 u three months trial subscription for either of these bright witty 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 Th- eSouthern Railway Offers Very Low Round Trip Horrieseekers Rates To fol Arkansas I Indian Territory Louisiana OklahomaI and Texas Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern Rail way Agent or write A R COOK D PeA B Se YENT T PeA Louisville Ky r School Supplies AT THE NEWS OFFICE Clorpty C f up T 11 8- r i- A i d pi I i I I i I laims and Proceedings Of the Breckenridge Fiscal Court at The Regular October Term 1907 Frank Ruppert three days at tending bridge commission ers 900 Joel H Pile salary as county Superintendent for year 1907 871 00 R O Gardiner books for indi gent children 1 52 Dr P E Dempster books for indigent children 3 29 W F Hook making list of lions and lien notes 87 95 BradleyGilbert Co books and fits boxes for sheriffand clerk 69 56 T J Moore cost in case of F Fraizo vs Breekinridgo County 155 Jno P Morton Co election supplies 15 00 W F Hdok fees as clerk in- Nc Newman road case 12 20 7w D Taul damages in New man road case 15 00 Nat Newman damages in New man road case 5 00 Allio Newby viewer one day in Newman road case 1 00 I Norvin Chancellor viewer one day in Newman road case 1 00 Alf Hawkins viewer 2 days in Newman road case 2 00 A N Skillman viewer one day in Newman road case 1 00 D O Taul chainman one day in Newman road case 1 00 Geo H Newman chainman one day in Newman road case 1 00 Richard Newman chainman one day in Newman road case 1 00 C D Payne fees as surveyor in Newman road case 8 00 Milt Miller fees as surveyor in Newman road case 5 00 W F Hook fees as county clerk 118 85 W F Hook fees as clerk in Vessells road case 22 50 Milt Miller fees as sheriff in Vessells road case 9 20 S C Beauchamp juror in Von sels road case 300 Miller juror in Vossolls fkoroad case 3 00 Abo Meador juror in Vossolls road case 3 00 Berry Norton juror in Vossolls road oaso r 3 00 Milt Davis juror in Vossells road case 8 00 John Flood juror in Vossolls road case 3 00 C D Payne feos as surveyor in Vessolls road case 24 00 W S Cart viewer one day Vessells road case 1 00 J P Severs viewer one day in Vessells road case 1 00 Sam Hardesty chain carrier 1 day in Vessells road case 1 00 Levi Hnrdcsty chain carrier 1 day in Vessells road case 1 00 Lon Cashman viewer one day in Vessells road case 1 00 W S Cart viewer one day in Vessells road case 100 J P Severs viewer one day in in Vessolls road case 1 0- 0MNCHESIER CARTRIDGES For Rifles and Pistols Winchester make of cartridges in all calibers from 22 to 50 are accu rate sure fire and relia ble In forty years ofgun making we have learned many things about am munition that no one could learn in any other way When you buy Winchester make of cartridges you get tho- bcnefitofthiscxpcrlence WlNOHKSTin RIEP TING AllUB 0NKWHAVKNOONN I I i II 1 Stephen Peters chain carrier 1 day in Vessells road case 1 00 John A Miller chain carrier 1 day in Vessells road case 1 00 J J Severs room for three mag istrates courts 3 00 J J Severs balance of claim for rooms for election 2 00 J R Mattingly house for Nov election 1900 3 00 Eliza J McCarty house for Nov election 1906 3 00 M S Jolly house for Nov elec tion 1900 3 00 Mike Miller taxes erroneously assesser in R R tax Dis trict for 1907 on 642 of property to be paid by R R District 1 92 iT J Hook material furnished county jail privy c 143 13 Jesse Whitworth election com missioner 4 days 1906 S 00 Milt Miller election commis 4idays 1906 3I S 00 John P Haswell Jr election commissioner 4 days 1906 S 00 W F Hook fees as clerk board of election commissioners for year 1906 S 00 H Doll Moorman supervision- of road books and other ox tra work and expenses for year 1907 CO 00 John P Hnswell Jr 2 days as county attorney pro torn o 00 John 0 Eoilly 3 days as justice October term 1907 9 JOT M Bates 3 days as justice October term 1907 900 II G Vessells 3 days as justice October term 1907 9 00 C II Drury 1 day as justice October term 1907 3 00 J T McCamish 3 days as justice October term 1907 9 00 Frank Ruppert 3 days as justice October term 1907 9 00 Dr J T Baker having resigned his position as pauper physician Dr J C Sutton was unanimously elected as such paupor physician to fill out tho unex pirod term of Dr J T Baker This day came the committee ap pointed to report ufon the Pauper Commissioners report and make the following report tonitIf We the com mittee on claims having examined the report of the Pauper Commissioner find everything regular and in order and recommend tho payment of the same Respectfully submitted Trios M BATES FRANK EUPPERT II G VBSSBLLS And upon iiiotion the said report was adopted and the claims allowed aa fol lowsA Richardson trustee for Thomas Simmons 60 00 W A Clark trustee for Joseph Fialze 7 50- M L Hart trustee for Mamie and hurl Askins 20 00 M BGibbons 12 00 J T Jones trustee for Martin Simmons 24 00 J T Jones trustee for Mrs 0 L Basham 3600 Dr J T Baker for use and benefit of Milt Miller 14 no- T S McGary for papering poor house 10 70 Wm Bowman for tIle use and benefit of W C Moorman 63 00 D S Richardson trustee for Henry Krouch 14 00 S T Smith for tho use and benefit of J P Eskridge 14 00 J H Gardner trustee for Me Cajuh Pool 36 00 J II Gardner trustee for William Williams 36 00 Mrs Nannie Snyder claim for Orant Dennis 6 50 J II Gardner trustee for Grant Dennis 14 91 B F Board Co claim 25 20 B F Board Co claim 12 75 E T Guthrie medicine furnish ed paupers 13 10 E T Guthrie medicine furnish ed prisoners 315 J H Elder salary for 6 months in four equal payments 355 56 J T Hoben coffin furnished pauper 0 00 Job Teaff trustee for Mollie Bland 18 00 E F Lyons Bros trustee for Clay Robertson or 27 63 Joe Tcaff claim for articles furnished to poor house 15 70 It is ordered by the court that the proceedings of this court be published in Tle BrecMnridge Democrat and in The Hreckinridge News in accordance with the former agreement This day came the B R Commissioner M H iBeard and presented to the court bonds of the Railroad Tax District num yeh r bers G and 28 for 1000 leach which had been paid and marked janceled and both of the said monds were burned in the presence of the court It Appearing that there are many old bridges in the county it is ordered by tho court that the Bridge Commissioner of Breckinridgo county procure tho services of a competent bridge expert who shall with the said commissioner pro ceed to each of the six Magisterial dis tricts of Brockinridgo county and in each of the districts with the Magis trate thereof the said expert and Com missioner shall examine each bridge and ascertain its condition as to safety need of repairs etc and said persons so directed to investigate shall make a full and complete report of each district willI81 report at the April term of this Court A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup press Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doc tor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand1 Dr Shoops Cough Cure All dealers NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tersley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest- to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Louisville Nov 23When the searching party of 100 men following two bloodhounds which had been placed in Horseshoe Cave to find the missing William Worth a Louisville lecturer came upon only one dog standing at the brink of a pit they came to the conclusion that the other dog and the man lay dead at the bot tom of the hole When the blood hounds were sent into the cave they darted down a side passage which had never been tried before The patter of human footsteps was heard dis tinctly say those who returned but when the searchers came to the term inus of the passage the found only one dog which was baying at the edge of a gloomy and apparently bot tomless gulf They could hear noth ing from the depths The dog refused to return and Is keeping watch at the hole Are you having trouble with your kid neys There are lots of people today who wonder why they have pains across the back why they are tired and lacking in energy and ambition Your kidneys are wrong They need relief without delay Take DeWitts Kidney Blad der Pills they are for weak back in flammation of the bladder backache and weak kidneys Sold by all druggists NEEDS THE MONEY Oklahoma Will Make Application to Mr CortslyoJ Guthre Okla Nov 25 Applica than to Gpo B Cortolyou secretary of the treasury will be made In the near future for as much of the 6000000 school fund given to the new state by the government as is needed in Okla homa to relieve the financial stringency The step was decided on at a conference of Gov Haskell Assistant Secretary of State Leo Moors Aud- Itor M E Trapp Superintendent of Instruction E C Cameron and Chair man J P Connors of the board of ag riculture The money Is In the United States treasury and Is at the disposal of the school land board to be used for educational purposes It is proposed to bring the vast amount of cash to Oklahoma or at least as great a part of it as Is necessary to comply with the requirements of the banks for temporary deposit 1Rlea1 Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up Ithe Hill tThe load seems lighter Wagon and team wear longer Yon make morn money and have more time to make money when wheels are greased wit- hMica Grease The Iqngest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL CO nnDnnnnnnnnnn 0 D DE= E= LIGHTED- D I D D D DOur Subscribers are wellDo Pleased With Our Cish- J D in Advance Subscription D- DDLJ CElt has been just three weeks since the inauguration LJ LIof the CashinAdvance subscription system by usLIi i which is to go into effect LI LI n February 5 1908 LILI LI CLlt is meeting with approval with our subscribers ito LIare sendingnotices to our whose LI subscriptions expire before the Cash System goes DD into effect to give them plenty of time to renew DAlso to our subscribers who are 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thirty days Sample copies free Address The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky J r t F H 8 Y TmTi J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday 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 fa advance 5I Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please I otify us v When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1907 Some little tobacco being delivered at Owensboro Prices range from S50 t 52 from wagons The Ameri can Tobacco Company is receiving a good deal but is only paying 20 per cent in cash SO per cent in New York Exchange The regular market will open up freely by December 15 u Former Governor W 0 Bradley seems to have a walk over for Republican nomination for United States Senator A good many people are looking for him to be the real Senator No man in Kentucky has a larger following in his party than the ExGovernor Ho has a fighting chance Walter Moorman of Glondeane went to Chicago Monday to attend the International Live Stock Exhibition There is also a meeting of the National Association of Fair Managers who meet to arrange dates for State Fairs Mr Moorman will represent the Kentucky State Fair The Hon John P Haswcll Jr when he goes to Frank fort next month he will represent the people and not tho political bosses Another thing bo it said to his credit that not a dollar nor a drop of whisky was usedjty him or any of his friends to influence votes Governorelect Willson is going to Frankfort with his 1 1gripsack full of bombshells to throw into his Legislature It wouldnt surprise us if he didnt turn a few of them loose before that body assembles i Hogs doing a little better this week Top price Monday 510 Dont matter if they get down to 4 dents we have to pay our butchers 15 cents a pound for pork chops just the stone- Governorelect Willson is making good oven boforo bo- is inaugurated He saved the state several thousand dol lars in calling oil that military display If money has been a little panicky it hasnt effected the goodold sunshiny days Seems like weve had more of them this fall than usual Mr Bryan had a little experience over in Washington the other day with Daniel in tho lions den The American people will handle tho presidential situ ation and not the politicians HARDINSBURG Mrs A S Edlen of Burgin is visit ing Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard and other relatives Mr and Mrs Alfred N Heston were guests of relatives at Cioveroort last weekS D MeGill and family will move to Louisville next week to reside permanently C V Robertson went to Louisville Saturday F S Kincheloe spent several days of last week in Louisville Judge Henry Moorman was at Hart ford several days of last week Joel H Pile attended the Teachers Association of the Second Congressional district at Owensboro last week Stephen M Haynes of Garfield was in town Monday on a businoss trip He will leave this month for Oklahoma where he will reside permanently B F Heard celebrated the 80th an niversay of his birthday last Sunday at home of Mrand MrsMnrvinD Beard An elegant dinner was served and all his children many of his grandchildren and Mr and Mrs G W Beard enjoyed the happy occasion Graham Eskridge of St Paul Minn will arrivo next week to spend the holi days with his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge Mrs Mary C Heston has returned Qiome typm a visit to Mr and Mrs Payne at West Point a f Charles E Robbins has purchased the timber on the old Dresser farm 3 miles north of town It is said that a skating rink is in prospect for the town The young folks hope it will materialize Missis Jennie Green of Falls of Rough and Ann Elizaand Sam Robertson of Ellzabethtown were the guests of Mrs M H Beard last waekIThe committee appointed dy the Fiscal court has let a contract for aniron bridge to be erected across Tar Fork on the Cloverport and Bowlingreen road to the Vincennes Bridge company for 295000 It will be completed by the first of Feb unless the work is interfered with by high waterSeveral persons from here willattend the inauguation at Frankfort next Tuesday The Railroads have made reduced rateW So Ball was in Louisville several days of last week Charles Dohler of Cloverport was in town Friday on a business trip Road Supervisor James V StClair has completed the approach to the bridge across Harris Fork at Rockvale recently erected The work was done under his direction and was completed at a cost of 50 00 less to the county than the cheap est hid received for the work SIOO Reward SIOO The reudersof this paper will be pleased to learn that thero Is at least one dreaded dis ease that science line boon able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Caturrh Hulls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the foundation of the dlsoasoiind giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers and they over One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists The Take halts Family Pills for Constipation Evening Dinner Mr and Mrs D H Severs gave a beautiful dinner Sunday evening com plimentary to Miss Mattie Clyde Milliner of Union Starand Miss Mary Barrett of Owensboro Besides the guests of honor plates were laid for Mr and Mrs James Younger Mr and Mrs J Byrne Severs Miss Lula Severs and Dr A A Simons t Sold Meat Business JVD Agnew has sold bis meat mar ket tin the hill to Carl LJsben HARNED J G Tucker sold his property in the west end of town to M G Crume for 150The oyster supper and dance at J B Paynes new house was a failure Rev Joe Duggins preached a good sermon to a very attentive audience at the Baptist Church Sunday Taylor Meador and family of Hard insburg visited at D S Mays Sunday Mrs Letstia Brungton and children attended Church here Sunday Messrs C L Brungton and Percy Macy left last Monday for Irvington to take charge of the school at that place made vacant by the death of Miss Annie Payne J M Beatty went to West View Sat urdayDow Payne returned home last week after an absence of two months in Ind ianaRev F T Howard of Kingswood was here Monday and dined with Mr and Mrs W O Butler Bernie and David Wilson of Locust Hill were in town Monday Joy Beatty and Verner Beauchamp of this place attended church at Kings wood Sunday Jeff Wilson and family returned home Sunday after several days visit to relatives at Locust Hill Drop by drop the offensivie discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat setting up an inflammation that Is likely to mean chronic Bronchitis The most satisfactory remedy for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm and the relief that tot lows even the first application cannot be told in Words Dont suffer a day longer from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm is sold dy all drug gist for 50 cents or mailed by Ely BrosI 56 Warren Street New York Five Orphan Boys Have Good flomesI In the last year and a half the RevLI Sanders traveling superintendent the Louisville Baptist Orphans Home has secured good homes in the Hites Run neighborhood for five worthy boysThey are between the ages of nine and fifteen yearsand each is delighted with bis new home Following are the names of the boy and their homes respectively Otis Bullock Mr Lou Sahtie Roy BrowI ningrMrs Jule Hardiu John Wood Mr Dick Hawkins Geo Pelfry Mr Ross Burdettes and June Adams is at the home of Mr Harrison Truman RevSanders visited the boys last week and found them well and happy For Miss Barrett hiss Margaret W Moorman was host ess to an informal fortytwo party Saturday evening in compliment to Miss Mary Barrett of Owensboro Business House Improved The confectionary store of Foster Hey ser on main street has been newly painted aud adds much tothe appearance of the business part of Cloverport The Move Is On Mr J D Babbage of Cloverport editor and publisher of the Brecken ldge News was in town Saturday Mr Habbuge tells us that on the 1st of the year following the plan on the more progressive papers of the Country He will place this subscrip- tIon list of that splendid pnper strictly on the casliinnilvniiCe basis this is certainly a wise move for any paper to take The Clarion did this nearly eight mouths ago and in no year of its fifteen has it had the satisfaction and made the same money as is shown in these eight months Hancock Clarion Do You Go To State Normal All persons who wish appointment to the State Normal should fill application before Satutday Dec 7 On that day it wili be known wherther it will be nee essary to hold an examination for appointment Such examination if held will be Saturday December 14 If held it will be necessary for all persons who want to go to be present and take it This includes the ones certificates of appointment already but who have not yet entered school Later instructions requirp this Write in at once and notice papers next week for announcement Joel H Pile Supt- Hardinsburg Ky Pleasant Party at Chenault An evening full of merriment was spent at the home of Miss Margaret tallman at Chenault Thanksgiving by a large number of invited guests Miss Alberta OBryon assisted Miss Stallman in entertaining Music and other amus ements were enjoyed followed by refres hments served In the dining room which was beautifully decpratec ry I JOSEPH Et BALL I WEDS MISS RETRY a Wedding Took Place In Louis villeWill Live In Ei ming ham Ala VISI riNG IN HARDINSBURG On Wednesday afternoon Nov 27 at three oclock at 226 East Burnett St Louisville the home of the bridessister Miss Mary H Petry of Shelbyville Ky was married to Mr Joseph Edgar Ball of Birmingham Ala The ceremony was said by the Rev Alonzo Monk pastor of the Broadway Methodist church in the presence of immediate relatives of the contracting parties Mr and Mrs Ball are now visiting his mother Mrs Rebecca F McGary They will leave the first of next week for Birmingham where they will make their future home The bride is an attractive popular young lady with a wide cncle of friends Mr Ball is a young man of fine character and has the respect and esteem of all who know him He is in the employ of the L N R R Co and has held a responsible and lucrative position with the company for several years MAY WIPE IT OFF THE EARTH 1 t I Simple HomeMade Treatment Said To Overcome Rheumatism When an eminent authority announc ed in the Scranton Pa Times that he had found a new way to treat that dread American disease Rheumatism with just common everyday drugs found in any drugstore the physicians were slow indeed to attach much im portance to his claims This was only a few months ago Today nearly every newspaper in the country even the metropolitian dailies is announcing it and the splendid results achieved It is so simple that any one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsa parilla three ounces Mix bv shaking j in a bottle and take in ttnspoonful doses I after each meal and at bedtime These are all simple ingredients making an i absolutely harmless home remedy at I little cost I Rheumatism as everyone knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It IsI a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other matter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores i remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles causing the untold suflering and de formity of rheumatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healing cleansing and invig orating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and back ache He also warns people in a lead ing New York paper against the discriminate use of many patent medicines Thanksgiving Party Mr and Mrs J T Morrison gave a dinner party Thanksgiving day at her home in the West endthe guests invit d were Mr and Mrs John Gregory and daughter Carrie Effie and Arthur Gregory of Louisville Mr and Mrs Marry Morrison and sons Wickliffe and Raymond Earl Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison and daughter Mildred II and Mr Edward Morrison Beware of Frequent Colds A succession of colds or a protracted II cold is almost certain to end in chronic catarrli from which fow persons ever wholly recover Give every cold tho attention it deserves and you may avoid this disagreeable disease How can you cure a cold f Why not try Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is highly recom mended Mrs M White of Butler Tenn says Several years ago I was bothered with my throat and lungs Someone told me of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I began using it and it re loved me at once Now my throat and lungs are sound and we11J For sale by Sqvers Drug Stor- eSuccess To The News McQuady Ky success to the News Its position was endorsed by the best people of the county in the last election The News has the greatest number of subscribers here than any paper coming to this office J A Handbach Never can tell When youll mash a finger or suffer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Elec tric oil instantlyi relieves the pain quick y cures the wound rl I- U Good Service WE are in shape now to give our customers the best service they could desire and with it give perfect satisfaction in every line Some of the prices on our goods now areas follows Trunks from 150 to 750 Suit Cases 75c to 600 Clothing 25 per cent cheaper than elsewhere Furniture 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than elsewhere Hardware and Stoves cheaper than elsewhere Drum Stoves 250 each The famous Peters shoes unequaled for any kind of wear Our Groceries cheaper than you can buy anywhere Hammer Paints best on the market 125 R M JOLLYU H DeH flOORMAN I Attorney at Law- ttARDINSBURO I Will practice his profession KVII Courts of Brockcnrldge and er Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License I to practice in United States Dlstiloi Courts Office over flank olllardinsburitIII AllII GroceriesFruits I Candiesand Good Things To Eat at1 Mortons Grocery Store In the East End 4- r J7 rFOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galvanized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners Supplies Come To Th- eCloverporlFoundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited L JToblnsport News Mr Henry Parrish is feeling and looking very important over the arrival of a fine sort in his home The young fellow has been named Owen Suddarth His mother was a Miss Suddarth before her marriage and has many friends who will be pleased to learn of her new joy The ladies of the Baptist church will give a Christmas entertaiment Mrs Eunice Collvin of Indianapolis is the guest of her parents Mrand Mrs J D Beavin Connie Beavin and Tom Hyde have returned home from Indianapolis- Mrs Chas Hyde is ill Had dyspepsi or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Bleed Bitters cured me J H Walker fiun bory Ohio IIIrvlngton Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky ITown Property on Murray Avenue Well located Bents for IS per month 2 Kin 64 acres well watered In Rood 4roomotI raising mar ket for everything raised on It It Is a bar gain for some man 1 7tjn JW acres on llardlnsburg and 3 t Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn 80 acres la oak and beech timber The oak timber is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms ono third cash balance in easy payments C3 950J2 ores on llardlnsburg and PO t of Sinking road 2 miles onestor1dwa11lnK8blacksmith shop all necessary nuthouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture f23 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 350B3 acres 7 acres in timber hlck pi ory black locust sycamore sugar tree and beech Improvements five room cottage barn 36 x 60 stable 30 x 32 smokehouse and cellar cistern good and ponds 12 acres In timothy 10 In cover 11 In corn rest In pasture Halsed 27 tons of timothy and clover 8 acres in wheat yield 110 bushels and 5 tons straw This place IS situated on Clover creek IK miles southeast of Clovurport 30 acres wood bottom land rest brouon but good strong tillable land SplendId 750 FARMttFOR SALE between mile Cloverport off ofjj and Hardinsburg 7 miles frnm Cloverport if miles from Hurdlnsburg 107 acres of land two story b titling 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry IL good orchard For particulars ask Jno D nabbiijre Cloverport Ky or James II Sahfla Onehalf down rest on easy payments SALE lot acres of land laying on the branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 16 acres in meadow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Irlce 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky LAND FOR SALK Fan SALK ISO acres of land situated near Creek one mile and u half from Garfield Ky Fine tobacco land Improve ments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock born corn crib 4b acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price f500 For further information write Jno D Rfthbaire Cloverport ly- FOR SALEGood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ky contains 140 acres all Irvel and in good state of cultiva tion About onelmlf In grass 15 ares in tlmher young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large barn and plenty of IrvingtonItvlookingforsac or write Jno D Babbage Olovcrport 3 8fl010i acres 0 mles from Clorerport onCloverportprovements 6room dwelling barn 28x36 feet and other out building I12 acres In orchard ncresInbalance in state of good cultivation Two Goodlimestonewheat Well located for market One third cash balance on easy terms RtD 72 acre farm 4H miles from Clo puuu verport on Cloverport and flow linK Green road well improved 2 small dwellings 3 Rood barns smoke house hen house and corn cribOne good cistern and 6 fresh water tar and sulphur spring 33 acres cleared laud balance in woods 7 acres In orchard liaised 20000 pounds of tobacco in 1006 sold It at 8 S3 and 2 On six acres of the wood land there are 315 merchantable trees It Is a splendid farm for tobacco corn and wheat The uncut timber valued at 350 10 acres in wheat This is a good bargain for some man who wants a small farm M YOUNU MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO LEARN TELEGRAPHY I and n R ACCOUNTING Never before has there noon such a crying demand for Telegraph Operators Over 20000 new positions are created on the elghthourgoing Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un der a 150 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from 155 to ISO per month for beginners We have standing contracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 wiles In length In our schoal rooms Established over 20 years You can work for expenses Catalog free- NATIONALI TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE CINCINNATI O DoIIt1ettkebabyJlufferfrom eczema sores oraay itching of the skin DoaaV Ointment gives iiaUat relief corm j ebllireaAUJrpgete I1 T oii iny ir UjIi i FAt+ xJI fit DI r1if t- l iIi HAPPY 9MEIf one where health abounds With impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LlVERthere annot be good blood utis Pills Iylfy tile torpid LIVER aad restore central action A healthy LIVER means pure bloodLPure blood means health Health means happiness ke no Substitute All Druggists PERSONAL AND LOCAL Skates for rent News Office Telephone Carl Lishcn for meat MPh Sam Brown of Ekron was here umlay Master Robert Oelze has been very 1 for several days Mr and Mrs A R Fisher went to lendeane Thursday Gs L to Shapinsky Bros for good lotnhJg at reduced prices Leslie Plank spent Thanksgiving with is parents at Henderson Prince Davis of Cincinnati has been he guest of Miss Ruth Haynes Dr R H Taylor of Owensboro will- e in Cloverport Dec 12 Mrs Roscoe Severs has arrived to risit Mr and Mrs D H Severs C T McClanahan of Evansville pent Sunday here with his family The Breckenridge News for one years a most acceptable Christmas present Mrs W B Gardner of Irvington ttended the Farmers Institute at Tell City The Foreign Missionary Society have been holding some very beneficial prayer meetingsJ Keenan of Tar Fork was among the many good farmers in town SaturdayMrs C Benton who has been very ill for the last three weeks is con valescingEd was home from LouisvilleI Thanksgiving to see his mother Mrs James Harris l Jop Graham is home from West Point MrJlGrnham has a good position there sand is doing well L M Rush was in town last week acting very prosperous as though there had not been a pani- cID C Benton the popular conductor plug has returned home from a successful hunting trip Mr and Mrs O B Mattingly will leave soon for Southern Texas to spend the winter with their son James and familyMr and Mrs John Newbauer gave a Thanksgiving dinner in compliment to Rev and Mrs B M Currie and Mr and Mrs J J Dyer Rev B M Currie requests all the boys between the ages of 10 and 15 years in the Methodist church to come to the parsonage at 1 p m Saturday prizesttoin on this and enjoy the sport of the most popular game Cheapest amus- ementBest exercise 5c I Miss Kate Moorman of Louisville has been the guest of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris Miss Moorman was greatly welcomed by her many friends and several dinners were given in honor of her return to her former home The W F M S of the Methodist cbujjrfh will hold an Ideal monthly neeting Mouday Dec 9 beginning romptly at 230 p m Mrs Shelby memIberthe ladies of every church are invited Jas Harris was in Webster last week Prompt delivery ofmeatCarl Lishen Jamestown Exposition closed Sat urdayVirgil Babbage Went to Irvington Thursday Miss Reba Lewis went to Irvingtonm ThanksgivingEdward went to Louisville Thursday Dr R H Tsylor dentist wirl be here Dec 12 Misses Grace and Eva Plank went to Louisville Friday Shapinsky Bros for your Christmas presents in the way of clothes John D Babbage Jr has returned to Cincinnati after a visit to his parents Fresh bet f 8 and DcFresh oysters and celerpat Sawyers cash grocery Rev L S Sanders was here from Tobmsport Monday enroute to Louis villeRemember if your News is not paid in advance by February 5 1908 it will be discontinued Misses Cleona and Stella Weather bolt and Mr Lafe Behen went to Louisville Friday Miss Bessie tltchellof Addison spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Miss Florence Lewis Misses Hazel Holder and Kathrina Wroc went to Skillman Saturday for a short visit to friends W C McElwaine the well known horse trainer of Breckenridge county was in town Wednesday Mrs Gus Gibson and Mrs Hamman went to Holt Thursday to spend a few days with Mr Will Gibson Mr and Mrs Frank Storm are de lighted over the recent advent of a little daughter in their home Mrs John Weisenberg and daughter Eda went to Tell City Friday to visit her sister Mrs Frank Yates Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehouse ol West Point were the guests of Judge and Mrs J H Wills Sunday Stuart Kephart of Eminence who is pleasantly remembered in Cloverport passed through the city Thursday Misses Bessie OConner and Stella Askins of Glendeane have been the attractive visitors of Mr Hinton recently Tomorrow night the Epworth League will give a unique entertainment at Oelzes Hall Refreshments will be servedRoy Heyser is expected home next week from Logan W Va to spend a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Foster Heyser Prof Edmund Wroe was a guo t at the Knights of Pythias banquet at Owensboro and also attended the Teachers Institute Mrs Author Ireland and Mr Com modore Polk of Skillman were here Sunday to see Mrs May whose con dition is still critical Dr Forrest Lightfoot and Exsheriff Frank Payne were among the shriners who helped to put the shrine on Mayor Grinstead in Louisville Thanksgiving day Mrs Wick DeHaven left Thursday for Pensecola Fla where she expected to visit Mrs George Short who was to go with her to a southern resort to spend several days Mr Chas K Minary and son Master Billy of Benton Harbor Mich arrived yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr Minarys mother Mrs George Ann Minary Woodford Sun Miss Mattie Clyde Milliner of Union Star was the guest of honor at an in formal Thanksgiving dinner given by Mr and Mrs James Younger Miss Milliner has just recently returned from a six weeks visit to relatives in Louis villePostmaster Robert E Woods of Louisville has returned from Macon Ga where he went on instructions from the Postoffice Department to or ganize an association of postmasters for the State of Georgia The organization was very successful in every respect OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO r 13 ea Grippe or Influenza whichever you like 0to call it is one of the most weakening 0 diseases known 0 Scott Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily digested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medicalscience It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new bloodand new fat and strengthening nerves and muscles Use Scotts Emulsion after Influenza Invflutble for Coughs Mad Colds I ALL DRUGGISTS BOc AND SlOO oMooooHOMOOO J i p Best meat market Carl Lis en Pay up your subscription to ttye News Wanted dressed hogs Market price at T F Sawyers If you dont take the News 4 your neighborl wants you to Closing out sale ot new winter goods atShapinsky Bros Mrs J Byrne Severs went to Louis ville Monday to visit relatives Mrs Mary OConnell who has been ill for several weeks is improving- J Tlndle will leave this week for Illinois where he is going prospecting- Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer spent Thanksgiving at Maceo with relatives Robert Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Wednes day Send your orders in now for engraved cards for Christmas presentsNewso- ffice Miss Virginia Hudson was the guest of Mr Jack Board at Irvington Wed nesdayPrice Wilson and Allie F Pate of Holt made A business trip to Clover port Saturday Misses Lydiaand Mamie Graham were the guests of relatives at Lewisport ThanksgivingBest 68c King Bee or Blue Ribbon and 66c for Red Ribbon Corn meal 75c per bushel Cabbage Itfc per pound New crop of New Orleans molasses at T F Sawyers Phone orders C O DPrompt delivery Whenever you feel that your stomach has gone a little wrong or when you feel that it is not in good order as is ovi danced by moan headaches nervousness bad broath and belching take something at times and especially aftor your meals until relief is afforded There is noth ing better offered the public today for stomach troubles dyspepsia indigestion etc that KODOL This isn scientific preparation of natural digestants com bland with vegetable acids and it con tains the same juices found in every healthy stomach KODOL is guaranteed to give relief It is pleasant to take it will make you feel find by digesting what you eat Sold by all druggists In Their New Home Post master J H Rowland has moved the Cloverport postoffice into the handsome buildiug of Dr A A Simons which has juste been recently I erectedon main St Ho and his agree able assistant Mrs Rowland and their popular clerk Miss Margaret Moorman are delighted with their new head quarters Heres Good Advice O S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Le Raysvillo N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Bueklens Arnica Salvo It cured mo of them for good 20 years ago Guaranteed for soVes wounds burns or abrasions 2Cc at Severs Drug Co Celebrated Thanksgiving A happy day was spent at the home of Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt Thanksgiving when they entertained to dinner Mr and Mrs J H Weather holt Mrs Hiram Moorman and family A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its dich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a writ able wonderland At Mound City in tho home of Mrs E D Olapp a won derful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting cough ing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clnpp Hwhen I began giv ing Dr Kings Now Discovery the groat medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung trou bIos by Severs Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial bottle free In Memory Of Anna Laura Payne Inasmuch as death has entered in and taken from us our dear friend nod member Miss Anna Laura Payne we the members of the W F M 8 of the Bewleyville Methodist Churchoffer the following resolutions Resolved 1st The society has lost ono of its faithful and esteemed mem bers the family a loving and obedient daughter and sister and the com munity will greatly miss her x That everyone traty and affectionate lysympathize with her family and friends andremind them that He who wept with Mary and Martha who comforts the troubled soul looks down on them in the sad hour of sorrow and distress 3rd That His will not ours be done auJ we pray for a faith That will not mariner nor complain Beneath the chastening rod But in the hour of grief or pain Will lean upon Its God 4th That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family one to each of the county papers and one be spread upon our minutes Mrs Laura L Stitb Mrs Mangle Hardaway Miss Blaacfie Jolly f lt1 Wants I dr 3r rJa1rhr r i 3r FOR SALEAt public auction Monday Dec the court bouse door In Hiirdmsbure the old Tar Kork bridge just vs It stands Terms cash or approved securityJ V ST OLAIU IlridgeCommission- erWANTEOA good clean flint class milch COWG LEWIS Hardlnsburg IC- yFOR RENTI have a farm for rent In Drcck County five miles from Stephens- ccoomfortuble0dwellingergood barnsand all necessary out buildings about 40 acres of splendid pasture with fine never failing WltSMITHFOR tALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoGasolineEnglnesMARTIN StreetLoulsvl11e 1 boolJOedrUKltlstandsurroundedbytho place for some young physician to step businessAnretirelisl ulars address JNO U BABIJAGE Clover port Ky A mans credit is always en hanced by having a Bank Account Not only is it a great convenience in doing business but when it is a question of financial responsibility what better reference can anyone give than the wellknown Banking Institution with which he does business and in which he carries his account 1 Open an account with us Wo offer you every courtesy and facility and your interests will be carefully safe guarded Bank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT KY q Put Your Money4 owhere It will row under V your own control and grow 1 luster than In any other lilt way Write for uur fren loklet N which tells all about how to Bank t y Mall t safely and conveniently K from any part of the State We pay 5 per rent Interest k annually Our apltal se I cures you f Millerro o Brick Tile Co1In- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky i 717e o JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware Holloware Flatware 5 Musical instruments and findings T C Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky rI IIThis Week MEET ME AT NOLTES We fferII a Reduction I of I 10- OnI all Ladies Misses and ChildrensI I CloaksJust IForIJ C Nolte rBro Cloverport Ky 4tAi Cadick Milling Co A Good Mark Every time you use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR will be another good mark Try rillTryTry it ClikeIIt makes good because the Wheat is fithe best the knowledge of milling it CADICKS Your comprehensiveI tfmFLOUR GrandviewffM m1J 1 tI rt l fjr 4 Public SaleI HAVING dividedmy farm I will on the lath dayof De offer to the highest and best bidder the follow ing property consisting of Plows Cultivators Harrows Corn Drills Corn Planter Wheat Drills Mower Binder flanure Spreader Feed Cutter Wheat Fan Corn Sheller 3 Wagons 1 Two Horne 1 Truck and 1 Four Horse 120 Head of Sheep 25 Head of High Grade Shorthorn Hereford Cattle Consist ing of Cows Calves and Yearling Steers 2 Registered Hereford Bull Calves 5 Yearling Mules all mares 9 Work Mules 6 of Them Mares That Will Average Over 16 Hands High and the Good Kind 40 Hogs Pure Duroc Bred Boar Sows Shoats TERMS Five dollars and under ash over note for 12 months with interest from ditto and approved security M LYDDANWebster Col D W Henry Auctioneer 1 CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS c CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to 325 per squareOur best Ruberiod will last as long as the building r of MoreXMAS f JEWELRYThan Come Early Severs Drug Co Indiana ktt3tit +t4AiiA4A IWlilitiplki4i1W4 O I TELEGRAPH OPERA- TORSWANTED i r sx By all railroads Thousands of iito owingto150 to J80 per month to begin jj k S w postLion x Were indorsed by railroads I Positions furnished Weve started graduatesjjthe road to success you jj I KENTUCKY SCHOOL if OWENSBORO TELEGRAPHYII itA t tSlitAi1 1171tI1 SlililiNl lilSthSi i to i u p i II- f IE Ic 4 6S 6w 9 a ix ir itiu x 1 c t w 1h t L i I j j i i j t 2 ii vSfta b- w 4 r i y x yRv T + r r f 1 1 I Gems In Terse I OLD FAVORITES MUSIC THE REVEALER music which Is earnest of r FOR heaven lng we know emotions strangi j by It JjTot else to be revealed Is as a voice A low vplco calling fancy oa a friend Io the green woods In the gay summertime And danclntJihapWhich have made painters pale and they CO on While stars look at them and winds callI to them Aa they leave lifes path for the twilight world Where the dead gather Browning A LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE A LIFE on the ocean wave A home on the rolling deep Where the scattered waters rave And the winds their revels keep Uke an eagle caged I pine On this dull unchanging shore Oh give me the flashing brine I The spray and the tempests roar rfNCE more on the deck I stand v Of my own swift gliding crafts Bet Ball Farewell to the land The gale follows fair abaft I We shoot through the sparkling foam Like an ocean bird set tree- LIke the ocean bird our home Well find far out on the I seaII fhHE land Is no longer In The clouds have IjogUQ But with a tout vessel and Well say Let the storm rewII And the song of our hearts While the winds and the waters rave A home on the rolling seal A life on the ocean wave Epea Sargent Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience le says Doctors got badlyl mixed upjI over me one said heart disease two callod it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and livor troublo but none of them helped mo so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to per fect health One bottle did me more good than all tho five doctors proS scribed Guaranteed for blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kid ney complaints by Severs Drug Co 50c THE LOST CHORD one day at the organ weary and 111 at ease SEATED fingers wandered Idly I the noisy keysII know not what I was playing Or what I was dreaming then But I struck one chord of music Like the sound ef a grand amen It flooded the crimson twilight Like the close of angels psalm And It lay on my fevered spirit Like a touch of Infinite calm U quieted pain and sorrow Like love oercomlng strife It seemed a harmonious echo From our discordant lifeMIt linked all perplexing meanings Into one perfect peace And It trembled away Into silence As If It were loath to oeaa I sought but I seek It vainly That one lost chord divine Whleh came from the soul of the organ And entered Into mine It may be that deaths bright angel Will speak In that chord again It may be that only In heaven I shall hear that grand amen Adelaide Anne Procter MY SHADOW HAVE a little shadow that goes In andIout with me I And what can be the use of him Is more than I can see He Is very very like me from the heels up to the head And I see him jump before me when I jump Into my bed The funniest thing about hint is the way he likes to grow Not at al1 like proper children which Is always very slow For he sometimes shoots up taller like an India rubber ball And he sometimes gets so little that theres none of him at all lie hasnt got a notion of haw children ought to play And can only make a fool of me In everII sort ef way tie tajrs m close beside me hes a cow ard you can we think shame to stick to nutale as that shadow sticks to me I tone morning very early before the sun won up- I 1 rote and found the shining dew on evII ery buttercup But my last little shadow like an errant I IhdIHad stayed ut home behind me ann watt asleep In bed- Robert Louis St vtikon WEEDS AND FLOWERSfmiiie flowers are loved the weeds are purnedIBut for them both the suns are burned And when at last they fall the day Tho long night folds them all away John Vance Cheney I Stop That Cold To check earlr colds or Grippe with Proventlcs cold1r1U1Cbiteed to cure It afterwards To be sure Pre butirInd no physic nothing livening Nice for tb rensyd thoroocnly tafs too It you XM Ur If you sneeze If you ache all over U1tDkDventlef Promptness may also iaye half roar I 1Ih Un4rseInboxeaTontta ZniUt on your druiglits giving yon PreventicsALL Is r Heart Troubles The heart may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs It often happens that a person isborn with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath pal pitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tOnic equalsDrI had LaGrlppo last fall as Ithought In a mild form I was weak breathicoulddeal of the time sort of an asthmatic breathing and extremely nervous I began taking Heart CurO and Nervlne nnd now I feel so much better In every way I nm so thank ful that I began taking this medicine othershow meIYork price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind GOLD LEAVING GERMANY IHow the Financial Flurry Affects Ber lin Banks Berlin Nov 95Gold continues to leave Germany in a steady stream the Reich bank having lost probably 3000000 during the past week But the stock has been more than replen- Ished through arrivals from home re sources The Reich bank Is trying to Increase Its gold supply by paying out banknotes of small denominations which recently became available for circulationThe here Is that most of the gold taken for the United States during the week was drawn from the open market The tendency shown In Wall street In the past few days has had a calming effect upon the minds of the financial community and the hope Is entertained that a gradual re covert will now set In In the United StatesSteadier prices In Wall street latter Ily have Increased the demand for American rails which showed consfd orable activity Saturday TO SEPARATE DRUNKS Movement In Berlin to Have Special Cars for Them Berlin Nov LProt Forel anti his associates in the temperance prop aganda have petitioned the govern ment to set apart cars Saturday and Sunday nights on the Prussian rail ways for intoxicated persons or If that be deemed Inexpedient to re serve cars for abstainers with train hands at the doors when trains stop to exclude Intoxicated people and thus afford abstainers quiet traveling Min instor of Justice Schoenstedt is lead Ing a movement among the alumni of the universities to check drinking on the part of students especially by abolishing compulsory drinking on the part of members of the student corps At present abstainers are not admit ted to these societies and students when they are Initiated are required to drink to the Intoxication point Cures Cancer and Blood Poison If you have blood poison producing 11I1II11humpscoppercolored stints or rash on tIll skin fastens patehis in mouth or throat falling Imlr bono pains oldrheumatism or foul catarrh take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It kills the poison in the blood soon all sores eruptions heal hard swellings subside aches and pains stop and a perfect stirs is rondo of till worst eases of Blood Poison For cancers tumors swellings eating sores ugly ulcers persistent pimples of all kinds take B B B It destroys the poison in the blood heals cancer of all kiudi curse the worst humors or suppurating swellings Thousands cured by B B B after all else fails B B B composed o fpuro botanic ingredients Improves the digestion makes the blood pure and rich stops the awful itching and all sharp shooting pains Thorough ly tested for thirty years Druggists 1 A Boon to SeaSick Persons Hamburg Nov 25The Hamburg American line having secured the rights of the ship gyrator invented by Otto Schllck an engineer of this city several years ago with the object of reducing rolling at sea by means of rapidly revolving balance wheels has ordered the Vulcan works Stettin to equip the North Sea steamer Silvana with gyrators In order to test the value of the invention Mobile Ala Nov 26 Alexander McGowin vice president of the Mo Gowin Lumber company of Mobile and president of the bank of Brewton dead here He Was said to be one of the wealthiest lumbermen in tho Bouth I BRIEF DISPATCHES TUESDAY The senate committee on military affairs has again taken up the Browns ville affair Denis Costigan for many years n wellknown figure in sporting circles is dead at New York Unsuccessful attempts were made at Santiago Cuba to set fire to the governmental headquarters At Columbus 0 William Bayless fortyeight years old and jealous shot and killed his wife and then shot himself Mrs Alfred Steckler wife of former Supreme Court Justice Steckler Is dead of Injuries received in an auto mobile accident The province of Reggio dl Calabria Italy was visited by another severe earthquake and a number of houses were shattered or damaged The decision of the national govern ment to issue 1150000000 In bonds and certificates has met with general approval throughout the west- WEDNESDAY Tommaso SalvlnlI the actor is serI- ous III of an affection of the heart Richard Croker will leave Ireland next week for Cairo Egypt where he will spend the winter The eighteenth annual meeting of the ranl lfsslssippl Commerclal con grass Is in session at Muskogee Okla The British seamer Hazelbranch from the west coast of South America for England is a total wreck In the straits of Magellan The president has reappointed for a second term of four years Rear Ad miral Charles W Rae to be chief of the bureau of steam engineering- An Involuntary petition In bankruptcy has been filed in the United States district court at New York against Mrs Leslie Carter Payne the actress There was a renewal of liquidation in the New York stock market Tues day of a character which carried a formidable influence on speculrttlvo sentiment THURSDAY Brigadier General George E Pond U S A retired Is dead of apoplexy The London papers take a gloomy view of the financial situation in the United States At Gaylord Mich Frank Valot aged twentyone years shot and killed his sister Laura aged fifteen and then ended his own life Thirtyone workmen employed in the construction of a canal near Grasse France were buried by a fall of earth and all perished While temporarily Insane Mrs Eliz abeth Thomas wife of a farmer resid ing near Palmyra N Y cut the throats of her two children The army transport Crook carries over 700 sacks of Christmas mall and 200 packages of gifts for the men of the army and their wives stationed iin and about Manila FRIDAY The trans tlsslsllllpl congress will meet next year at San Francisco- E A Handy general manager of the Lake Shore Michigan Southern railroad Is dead at Chicago Five children of Thomas Zuver JIv- Ing near Pleasantvllle Pa were burn ed to death in a fire which destroyed their home For the month of October there was an increase of internal revenue re ceipts compared with October 1906 of 871309As result of a free fight at a so cial gathering of young people near Camilla Ga one young man is dead and three others seriously Injured Two workmen were killed and n bulldlne was blown to atoms by aa explosion of 500 pOunns or gelatine at the Dupont Powder companys plant near Pinole Cal Agonies Of Pain Never give up and think that all women yourseji included have to suffer pain- Thousands of women have writ ten fo tell how they have cured their womanly Ills and relievedI their pains and over a UllonIhave been benefited la various other forms of female disease dur- Ing the past 50 years by that popular and successful femaleIremedy WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF havoheDMlunfoLambo Ky1fIhadspells pains fa my back sides hartqc1oWIIpa1u gene u a remit ef iMtag CarOL At All Druggists ADVICemUngeympptomsThe Chattanooga Mtdlclne ColChattanooga Tenn E hi j Glowingneat From Every Ounce offuel When the mercury drops out of sight and you just cant keep the house warm youll find it wonderfully convenient to use a- PERFECTION Oil HealerEqalpped with Smokeless Device very lightcarry aboutheat any cold lItsroom Turn the wick high or lowno- dangerno smokeno smell Easily cared f forf 0f comfort at one filling of brass font Finished in nickeland japan Every heater warranted 1IiI Tf1Cwith its floodof daily A u brilliant light is ideal for 7 the long winter evenings reador sew by it wont lire your eye Lileat improved central draft burner Made ol brims nickel plated Every lamp warranted II your dealer cannot supply the Rayo Lamp or Perfection Oil Heater write our nearetl agency 1or a descriptive circular STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated SATURDAY Business folnr R fnr the wrc nti ber 263 axnnst 9 lest week and 21 In the like weak of 1906 In an exhibition vamp of bowline a tt Fort Wayne Fred Reynolds rolled a perfect score of 300 pins Joe Gans and Battling Nelson havo agreed upon all the details of their proposed fight except the weight Jacob nioomenthal a private detec tive at Cleveland Ohio was fatally wounded by an unknown burglar whoI escapedThe Railway company has detained flatly to accept the terms of fered by the men and the strike will continueThe Times editorially urges the government that the moment Is fa vorable for an endeavor to arrange a penny postage convention with th United States MONDAY Rudyard Kipling has been designat ed for the literary prlzo In the Nobell awardThe Nobel prize tor chemistry will be awarded to Sir William M of London Theodore Bertram the celebrated opera singer committed suicide Sun day at Beyrouth- A cusade reflecting the prohibition movement in other parts of the South has begun at New Orleans Fifteen billions of dollars represent the value of the annual production of manufacturers In the United States according to government exports The importation of gold adds so greatly to the monetary resources of the country that It is anticipated that there will soon be a plethora of clr eulatlon rather than too little There is something about Kennedys Lax ntivo Cough Syrup that makes it differ ent from others ns It causes a free yet gentle action of tho bowels through which the cold is forced out of the system A the same time it heals irritation and allays inflammation of tho throat and lungs It is pleasant to take Children like it Contains no opiates nor nar cotics Sold bnIl druggists An Important Movement Louisville Ky Nov 23What leading ministers and laymen in at tendance upon the national conven tion of the Wesley Brotherhood say is the most Important step In history looking toward the ultimate union of MethIodlstI taken when the Wesley Brotherhood was made an organization for the men of all the branches of Methodism The name of the organization was changed from the Wesley Brotherhood of the Methodist Episcopal church to the Wesley Brotherhood of Method Ism Streetcar Riots Louisville Ky Nov 22Several disturbances two of them developing Into fairsized riots broke out lastI night in widely separated quarters otI Louisville as a result of the first at tempt of the Louisville Railway company i to operate all Its lines after nightfall A number of persons some of them passengers were more or less painfully hurt Neither side has thus far made a move toward peace This is the eighth day of the strike and the tension seems to be on the increase Powers Scores a Point Georgetown Ky Nov 21The at torneys for Caleb Powers In his fourth trial won for him the first substantial victory in his fight for life and for his liberty when Special Judge Morris suit talned the notion to discharge the second venire Judge Morris directed that a venire of 150 men be summoned for Friday and the same number torsMonday all to be drawn from Grant county a Democratic county which Joins Scott on the north A NEW WATERWAY From Lake to Lake Is the Cry cf Those Promoting This Am bitious Project FOR CHEAPER TRANSPORTATION This Is the Argument of Those Who Would Construct a Canal From Toledo to Chicago Ft Wayne People at the Head of the Movement Fort Wayne Ind Nov19ttFrom thoseewho are advocating the deepening o the Maumce river and converting it into a waterway At a meeting of cit izens here Saturday night it was de cided to urge congress to construct a canal between Chicago and Toledo with Fort Wayne as the halfway sta forsthe meeting and Perry A Randall was chairman R S Taylor a member of the Mississippi river commission advocated the proposed waterway and said it was absolutely necessary that the people of Indiana and Illinois be gin to look for sources of cheap fuel and the way to attain It is to provide for transportation of coal from the mines without breaking bulk through a system of canals from Plttsburg Frank B Taylor son of Judge Tay lor and a member of the United States geological survey said that Lake Erie is 573 feet above sea lever and Fort Wayne Is 750 feet above sen level Therefore there Is about 1ST feet of a lift for which locks would have to be provided In the canal He regarded the canal as feasible William T Harris a civil engineer and capitalist of Chicago urged that interesttcongress enterprise In order that the survey may be pro vided for without further delay Clarence C Gilhams member of con gress from this district promised the promoters of the enterprise to give the proposition his most earnest and active support Thousands of men and women in all walks of Ufo are suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Dont neglect your kidneys Delays are dangerous De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills afford quick relief for all forms of kidney and J bladder trouble A weeks treatment 25c Sold by all druggists The Caleb Powers Case Lexington Ky Nov 25The second week of the trial of Caleb Powers for alleged complicity in the assassination of Senator William Goebel came to an end at Georgetown Saturday with the defense having decidedly the best of the fight Five Jurors were in the box having been accepted by both sides and are thus free from danger of removal by peremptory challenges These include three Republicans one Democrat and one who says ho Is an independent Democrat The Jury box is full but some of the men will be challenged The defense still has eight peremptory challenges and the commonwealth four ACAlARRNRemedy Elys Cream Balm itI quicklyI absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals retests the disease membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives a UAn tar FEVERstores Druggists T Ely BrotberBC6 Warren Steoet New York 9 LHfcST L TIME TABLE EASTBOUND tAID1arriv q rulll7S t d- vo tit miijrMiuUna pressleaTesOio erportaaa A M stops at all way stations irrfTesLoul8Tillet8jt5pnl Clu vtIOneierporteast ot Cloverportoxceut Mystic Ioulsvllip 7g5 p m Train NoH Uatly except Saturday 01- 0verportauumm latlon arrived OloverpOf- t1It8Dm only leaves srrivesLouiSvi11C1tt2pi LoNfBranchWEST BOUND No NT flatly except Sunday OOJerP2rt tccomm datloi ItrnvwiOlovurportBiOOa arrives Evansvlnpgeeam Train No III Dally fast mull and only leaves Oloverport 1043 I m stups si Qawesvllle III port Macop Owensbqro Stanley Bend re m and Evansville arrives St Guie 71 p e- nTrain No 113 Mal mEvansville are rives Oloverpott- U 740 p 1030 m stops at allI stations No llSoaily Bt Louis rlUUraln1eBTesClo erport 1106 P M arrives Evansvlllel A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle OwpinntviroHnrt Henderson only No 117 Express unday only loaves 010 nrport 825 a m arrives ETanjTlllo I2M5I p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trams HI and H4 between Louisville and Evunsvlllo ThrouRh sleeping cars and reclining cbalr cars on trains 145 ao 140 between Louisville awl St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Monday leaves KY rdiTlllo430 TV rrfVes Irvington 840 IL ru Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaven fordsTlllk3Wp m arrives Irvington 5s20 fmTrain No 0 Sunday only Fordsvll loe30 a m Irvington Q03 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Unity except Sunday leaves IrrlJifiUmJOtfSttm arlves Fordsvlllo 84S pm Train No 5 Puliy leaves livlnuton f rr m arrives Krflrrl vfllefl4 D tu TheYouths CompanionIt Among the contents of the New Volume for J90S will be 250 Good StoriesJSerial Stories Stories of Character Adventure and Heroism 350 Contributions Articles Sketches Reminiscen ces by Famous Men and Women 1000 Graphic Notes 1II- on Current Events Discoveries and Inventions in Nature and Science 2000 OneMinute Stories Bits of Humor and Miscellany TimelyEditorialsTheChildrens1 Implt Cap tfor110uairrratoinoW44z- uuEvery r New Subscriber who cuts out and sends this sUp at once with name and address and 175 will rec- eiveFREE CompanloDforThe Thanksgiving Christmas and New Years Double Numbera IlangIngThe Companion for the Sa weeks of 1908 a library of the best read ingfor every member ofthe family THE YOUTHS COMPANION BOSTON MASS low subscriptions received at this oa4s Meal and feed at Mortons Mill We have just put iits late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind feedIonCHARLES MORTONOwner StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes node by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- j H HUNSCHE Casper May do Co Canndton lad mat u will 7n to kMw to aught dearr Qaertal the seed wilt as tiMbaja was startle etowmttwm Oh wlMaevtr I ft treat to nn wend crossly Wu rejeieal W teedwes tot Ease ay late 11W tl- 1eutaJeale Ksvm F f I I I II I I kM A jn u1rih f6 H J i JI J j t fl i i r fff t t1 f i1fl fi8f1 ove Among Is the i- Blackboards By MYRA KELLY Copyright 1000 br S 8 McClure C- o44tIJIIIIIIi II II + tIJ i- 0F all the laws In the archives of the New York board o education there Is none more heartless than that which de crees that the marriage of a feiuaif teacher shall constitute resignation In an east side school a year or two ago there was a First reader class watched over and ruled by a female teacher who was In turn watched over i and ruled by a cabinet of three These powers behind the throne were Morrli i Mogllewsky monitor of the goldfish bowl Nathan Splderwltz monitor of window boxes and Patrick Brennan lender of the line In years they were very young but id worldcraft they were very old for the green fields of their childhood were the swarming streets and their fairy tales the corner gossip of the district Chief in their queer assortment of memories was that of a kindergarten teacher of transcendent charm who had married and faded from their loving ken They bereaer selves raised to such high places by the pleasure of their sovereign they kept watchful eyes upon her Losing her they would lose love and power and love and power were sweet Morris was the first to discover defi nite grounds for uneasiness He met his cherished Miss Bailey walking across Grand street on a rainy morn ing and the umbrella which was pro tecting her beloved head was being held by n tall stranger In a long and baggy coat After circling Incredulous ly about this astounding tableau Morris dashed off to report to his col leagues He found Patrick and Nathan In the midst of an exciting game of craps but his pattering feet warned them of danger so they pocketed their dice and turned to hear his news Say he panted I seen teacher mlt a man No said Patrick aghast IIUS a lie cried Nathan its a lie No its no lie said Morris with a sob half of broathlessnosa anti half of sorrow I seen her for sure Und the man carries umbrellas over her mlt loving looks Ah gwan drawled Patrick youre crazy You dont know what youre talking about Suro do II cried Morris I bad once a auntie what was loving mlt a jjtKful stylish salesman hes now floor walkers un l I seen how they makes Well said Patrick I had a sister Mary and she married the milkman so I know too But umbrellas doesnt moan much But the loving looks Morris Insist ed My auntie makes such looks on the salesmanhes now floorwalkers und sooner she marries mlt him Say Patrick suggested Nathan Ill tell you what to do You ask her If shes goln to get married Naw said Patrick Let Morris ask her Shed tell him before shed tell any of us Shes been soft on him ever since Christmas Say Morris do you hear Youve got to ask teacher if shes going to get married 0ooh I dassent It aint polite bow you says I cried Morris In his shocked little voice It aint polite you asks like that Its fierce Well youve got to do it anyway Bald Patrick darkly and youve got to do It soon and youve got to let us hear you Its fierce protested Morris but be was overruled by the dominant spir I it of Patrick Brennan that grandson- of the kings of Munster and son of the policeman on tho beat Morris opportunity found hIm on tho very next morning Isadora WIsh newsky the gentlest of gentle children came to school wearing hle accustomed air of melancholy shot across with a MISS tULlE FLORENCE WALSH I tender prVte HM saBauea Good morning was accompanied with much strenuous exertion directed apparent ly to tho removal and exhibition of a portion of his splnb After much wriggling ho paused long enough to say Teacher what you think Irm got a present for you and then recommenced his search In another layer of his many flannels His efforts being at length crowned with success he drew forth and spread before teachers ad miring eyes a Japanese paper napkin My sister he explained she gets It on a weddlnge Oh Isadore cried the flattered teacher Its very pretty Isnt it Teacherylss maan gurgled Isa dore Its stylish You could to look on how stands birds on it and flowers Mine sister she gives It to me und I gives it to you I dont need It She gives me all times something the while shes got such a fond over me She goes all times on weddlngcs Most all faer younge lady friends gettln mar tied Aint it funny Well no dear answered teacher musingly You know nearly all young ladles do It Patrick took a pin from teachers desk and kneeled to tie his shoestring When he rose the point of the pin projected half an Inch beyond the frayed toe of bra shoe and he was armed Morris was most evidently losing courage Ho was Indeed trying to steal away when Patrick pressed close be side him and held him to his post Teacher said Isadore suddenly as- a dreadful thought struck him betfou a lady or be you a girl And teacher being of Hibernian ancestry answered one question with an otherWhich do you think Isadore Well Isadore answered I dont know be you a for sure lady or be you a for sure girl You wears your hair so tucked up und your dress so long down like you was a lady but you laffs und tells us stories like you was a girl I dont know Clearly this was Morris opening Patrick pierced his soul with a glance of scorn and simultaneously burled the pin In his quaking leg Thus encour aged Morris rushed blindly into the conversation with Say teacher Miss Bailey be you goin to get married 1 and then drop ped limply against her shoulder The question was not quite new to teacher and as she bestowed Morris more comfortably on her knee she pondered once again She knew that for the present her lines had fallen In very pleasant places and she felt no desire to change to pastures new And etand yet The average fe male life is long and a board bow ever thoughtful as to salary and pen slon Is an Impersonal lord and master Morris was the first to discover definite grounds tOT uneasiness WOMEN SUFFER Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse know ing well that they ought to have immediate assistance How many women do you know who are perfectly Well and strong The cause may be easily traced to some feminine derangement which manifests Itself In depression of spirits reluctance to go anywhere or do anything backache dragging sensations flatulency nervousness sleeplessnessThese are butwarnings that there is danger ahead and un less heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result The best remedy for all these symptoms is l Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound trade from native roots and herbs No other medicine in the country has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement No other medI- cine has such a record of cures of female ills Visa J F Walsh of BIB W 38th St raw York City writesLydia- E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has been of inestimable value in restoring my health I suffered from female illness which caused dreadful headaches dizziness and dull pains in my back but your medicine soon brought about a change in my general condition built me up and made me perfectly well Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints such as Backache Falling and Displacements Inflammation and Ulceration and organic diseases It is Invaluable in preparing for childbirth and daring the Change of Life Itcures Nervous Prostration Headache General Debility and Invigorates the whole system Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women 8uff rtei from any form oI female weaknYII are invited e writ Mrs Piakham at LJM Mass HH advice U free n nnn KILL THE COUCH AND CURIE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CooOLDfSUQHBPRICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFAOIOB OR MONEY REFUNDED and remote withal So she answered quite simply with her cheek against the boys Well perhaps so Morris Perhaps I shall some day Teacher no maan Miss Bailey wailed the monitor of the goldfish Dont you go and get married mlt nobody So you do you couldnt be teacher by us no more und youre a awful nice teacher by little boys You aint too big Und say wed feel ter rible bad the while you goes and gets married mlt somebodyterrible bad Should you really now 1 asked teacher greatly pleased Well dear I too should be lonely without you Hero Isadore Wlshncwsky who con sidered this conversation as his cherished own and saw It being torn from him determined to outdo the favored Morris as a squlro of dames Teacher ylss maan he broke in Wed all feel terrible the while we nlnt got you by teacher All the boys und all the girls they says like this Its the word In the yardwe aint never had a teacher smells so nice like youWhile teacher was In tho lenient mood resulting from this astounding tribute Nathan forged yet another chain for her securing Teacher said he you wouldnt never go and get married mlt nobody out saying nothing to somebody would you- Indeed no my dear Miss Bailey assured him When I marry you and Patrick and Morris shall be ushers monitors you know Now are you happy you funny little chaps Teacher yiss maan Morris sigh ed as the bell rang sharply and the aloof and formal exercise of the assem bly room began Some days later teacher arranged to go to a reception and as she did not care to return to her home between work and play she appeared at school In rather festive array Room 18 was delighted with Its transformed ruler but to the board of monitors this glory of raiment brought nothing but misery Every twist In the neat coif fure every fold of the pretty dress every rustte of the invisible silk ever click of the high heels meant the coming abdication of teacher and the disbanding of her cabinet Just so had Patricks sister Mary looked on the day she wed the milkman Just such had been the outward aspect of Morris auntie on the day of her union to the promising young salesman who was now a floorwalker and Morris Uncle Ikey- Momentarily they expected some word of farewellperhaps even an Ice cream partybut teacher made no sign They decided that she was re serving her last words for their prl vats ear and were greatly disconcerted to find themselves turned out with the common herd at 3 oclock With heavy hearts they followed the exam ple of Marys little lamb and waited patiently about till teacher did appear When she came she was more wonderful than ever in a long and billowy boa and a wide and billowy hat She had seemed In a breathless hurry while up In room 18 but now she stood quite placidly In a group of her small ad herents on tho highest of the school house steps And the cabinet wait Ing gloomily apart only muttered I told ye so and It must be a awful kind feeling when tho tall stranger came swinging upon the scene One of his hands was held stiffly In the pocket of the baggy coat the other carried gloves and a cane When teachers eyes fell upon him she began to force her way through her clinging court and when he was halfway up the steps she was halfway down As they met he drew from his pocket the hand and the violets It held and teach er was still adjusting the flowers In her jacket when she passed with flush ed cheeks and shining eyes within touch but without knowledge of her lurking staff I didnt expect you at all she was saying You know It was not a really definite arrangement and men hate receptionsA replied In a phrase which Morris Identified as having been prom- Inent In tho repertoire of the enamored salesman now a floorwalker anti teacher and her companion turned to cross the street Her heels clicked for yet a moment and the deserted cabinet know that all was over The gloom obscuring Patricks spirit on that evening was of so deep a dye that Mrs Brennan diagnosed it as th first stage of a consumption She ad ministered simple remedies and warm baths with perseverance but without effect But more potent to cure than bath or bottle was the sight of teacher on the next morning in her accustomed clothes and place The board of monitors had hardly recovered from this panic when an other alarming symptom appeared Miss Bailey began to watch for letters and large envelopes began to reward her watchfulness Dally was Patrick sent to the powers that were to demand a letter and dally he carried one and a sorely heavy heart back to his sovereign In exactly the same sweet ly Insistent way had he been sent many a time and oft to seek tidings of tho laggard milkman His colleagues wnen ne laid these facts before them were of the opinion that things looked very dark for teacher Said Nathan You know how 8ho says we should be monitors on her weddlngo Well It could to be lies She marries maybe alreadyPatrick promptly knocked tho moni tor of window boxes down upon thorough asphalt of the yard and kicked himMiss Baileys no sneak ho cried hotly If she was married shed Just as lief go and tell Well Morris began I had once a auntleYour auntie makes me sick snapped Patrick But Morris went on quite undisturbedlyI a auntie un she had awful kind feelings over a stylish floorwalker und he was loving mlt theydontShe aint married Patrick reiterat ed She aint Yell she will be muttered Na than vindictively Und tho new teach er will lick you the while you fights Its fierce how you makes me biles on my bones Think shame When the ruffled monitor of the win dow boxes had been soothed by the peaceful guardian of the goldfish the cabinet held council Nathan suggest ed that It might be possible to bribe the interloper They would give him their combined wealth and urge him to turn his eyes upon Miss Blake whose room was Just across the ball She was very big and would do excellently well for him whereas she was entirely too long and too broad for them Morris maintained that teacher might be held by gratitude A list should be made out and each In turn a child a day should give her a present Patrick listened to these Ideas In deep and restive disgust lIe urged instant and copious bloodshed Ills big brothers gang could let daylight into the dude with enjoyment and dis patch They would watch him cease lessly and they would track him down The watching was an easy matter for teacher In common with the ma jority of rulers lived much In the pub lie eye The stranger was often detected prowling In her vicinity He even began to bring her to school In the mornings and on these occasions there were always violets In her coat Ho used to appear at luncheon time and vanish with her He used to come In the afternoon and have tea in room 18 with two other teachers and with teacher The antagonism of the moni tor of goldfish became so marked that Miss Bailey was forced to remonstrate Morris dear she began one afternoon when they were alone together you were very rude to Dr Ingraham yesterday I cant allow you to stay here with me If youre going to behave so badly You sulked horribly and you slammed the door against his foot Of course It was an accident but how would you feel Morris If you had hurt Dr Ingraham Glad said the monitor of the goldfish savagely Glad Morris I What do you mean by saying such a thing Im ashamed of you Why should you want to hurt a friend of mine Dont you be friends mlt him I cried Morris deserting his fish and throwing himself upon his teacher Dont you do It Teacher Missis Bai ley He aint no friends for n lady And then in answer to teachers stare of blank surprise he went on My mamma she seen him by your side und she saysI got to tell you In whispering how she says Teacher meekly bent her head and Morris whispered In an awestruck voiceMy mamma says she like that He could to be a Krlsht and then drew back to study teachers consternation But slip seemed quite calm Perhaps she had already faced the devastating fact for she said Yes I know lies a Christian Im not afraid of them Are you Teacher no maan Missis Bailey 1 aint got no scare over Krlshts ony they nlnt no friends for ladies My papa says like that on my auntie und my auntie shes married now mlt a stylish floorwalker Wem got a Krlsht by our house for boarder so I know But you couldnt to know bout Krlshts Yes I do Theyre very nice peo pie No maan said Morris gently And then still more courteousl- yIts a lie You couldnt to know about Krlshts But I do know all about them Mar ris dear Im a Christian Again Morris remembered his man ners Again ho replied in his courtly phraseIts a lie As he said It with a bewitching rising inflection it was al most a caress Its a lie Teacher fools You couldnt to be no Krlsht You aint got no looks off of Krlshts Teacher was mildly surprised She was as Irish as Patrick Brennan and In her own way she looked it Truly her eyes were brown but the face and tho faith of her fathers were still strongly hers Morris meanwhile examined his sovereign with admiring eyes He could well understand the heart of that Krlsht for teacher was very beautiful and of splendid array Her Jumper was red with golden but tons and her collar was white and her hair was soft with combs Ant1 sho had a light face and a littlo bit of nose and teeth Her apron was from silk with red ribbons and red flowers and she had liko mans shoes and n watch This vision of feminine per fection was bestowing time and smiles on him She was actually appealing to his judgment- At the end of a month the high heels and the festive raiment appeared again and the staff knew that the time for action had really come They must brUe the Kriaht to termsbefore bo should see teacher in her present and Irresistible array Ho was always first at the trystlng place and there they would have speech with him They arranged to escape from room 18 before 3 oclock Patrick feigned a nose bleed Morris developed an Inward agony and Nathan after some moments of indecision boldly plucked out a tottering tooth and followed bloody but triumphant In their wake They found the enemy Just as they had expected and Morris being again elected spokesman stepped forward and took him by his dastard hanu The adversary yielded thinking that teacher had been forced to greater caution The monitors of goldfish and of window boxes followed close be hind they having consented In view of the enormous Issues Involved to act as scouts Around the corner they wont into a dark and narrow alley and when they had reached a secluded spot between the high wall of the school and the blank windows of a recently beganIparty mlt you the while she aint got no more that kind feeling over you What cried the astonished Dr IngrahamShe wants to bo married mlt youDid Miss Bailey send you with any message to me 1 The question was so fierce that the truth was forced from tho unwilling lips of the spokesman- No maanno sir they faltered Ony thats the feeling what she had Und so you go away now out seeing teacher me und the other fellows we gives you fIe cents Tho cabinet drew near to hear the answer to this suggestion It puzzled them forNow look here boy said Dr In graham youd better go home and get to bed You arent well Morris conferred with his colleagues and returned with We gives you scven cents so you go home now out seeing teacher A nickel und two pennies so you go now Und say M is Blake could go by your side She has kind feelings over you Nonsense I said the man When will your teacher be down She aint coming at all She has no more feelings So you goes now we gives you a dime and a penny Eleven cents We aint got it Ony we could to get Teacher gives me all times penniesJust as the stranger was wondering how much of truth these extraordinary children knew teacher calm eyed and unruffled appeared upon the scene She said as she generally did Dr Ingraham Who would have thought to tfnd you here And then Are you talking to my little people They are the cleverest little things and such friends of mine Morris here and I are the greatest of cronies Teachers manner as she began her greeting was serene and bright but a gloomy even a morose glance from Dr Ingrahams cold blue eye qulto Changed her His voice too consider td as the voice of love sounded sulky is he said So It seems Ho has given me an answer which you refused me How generous of Morris and how thoughtful Hes always trying to save me trouble And the question now to which the answer belonged May one know that You know It well enough with a glance up and down the deserted alley for even Patrick had realized that dis cretion Is the better part of statesman ship You know It too well I asked It yesterday and every day for weeks And Morris answer NorThey really are the cleverest chil drenLittle brutes I cant think why you come down hero every day The brats arent In the least grateful But they are They think me per fectionThat Is the contagion of mental statesAnd theyre not fond of you They reflect your every thought Yes thb insight of a little child Is a marvelous thing But come We are a long way from Fortyseventh street and our hostess Tea do you know said Dr Ingra ham Is a dreadful bore Of course But cold tea is worse And the cokes are so shattered to ward the end Come Ive changed my mind Im not going Im tired of this sort of thing Answer me now But the children faltered teacher 1 should miss them o- At tills Htfi f weakening Dr In erahain favored tin miner old street Cosby Patent Tight Baker Heater IT DOES DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy housewife can cook or bake anything from light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops nut bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA I with a tableau to which it long haft been a stranger And tho cabinet creeping back to reconnoiter immedt ately guessed the worst Said Morris Shes loving mlt him und hes lov- Ing mlt her Theyve got loving looks I had once a auntie This was too much for the torn spirit of the leader of tho lino Ho laid violent handsand feet upon the monitor of goldfish The monitor of window boxes promptly followed suit Morris prolonged yell of agonized sur prise brought teacher flying to the rescue and teacher brought Dr In graham While the latter held and restrained Patrick and Nathan Miss Bailey lavished endearments and ca resses on her favorite The captor grew as restless as his captives under this aggravation and at last allowed his charges to escape him Miss Bailey he remonstrated I cant stand this sort of thing you know Its cruel But teachers ears were all for Mor ris tale of sorrow- I dont know what is mlt Patrick he was saying He hits me a hack somethlu fierce sooner I says about mine auntie Und Nathan too is bad boys He says you lies- I said teacher I Ylss maan thats how he says Ony I know you dont lies I know we should be monitors like you says When dearie uOn your weddlnge You know you says me und Patrick und Nathan should be monitors on your weddings when you marries mlt him And Morris stretched a pointing finger at the foe After one radiant glance at Say teacher Miss auuey DC you goin to pct married f teachers crimson face Dr Ingraham possessed himself of a scrubby hand and shook it warmly And so you shall old chap h1 cried so you shall You may be best man If you so desire Anything you likeNew clothes asked Morris From stem to stern Ice creamy GallonsPaper napkins mlt birds BushelsCan little sister bring A dozen little sisters If you have them Can I go in a carriage down and up Its stylish You shall have a parade of carriages one for each sister But Im not going to leave you for a long time Miss Bailey assured him I shall get you another and a nicer teacher before I go All right said Morris blithely And he then set out to spend the untold wealth which the enemy had put into handWhen Miss Bailey turned to Dr In graham her light face was sfjjl brightly pink He Is making a dreadful mistake she began timidly Believe me lie Is confusing things horribly I cant ex plain But you were quite right when you said they were ungrateful little brutes They are uNo no Dr Ingraham gently In terposed You were right They nrt tho cleverest youngsters The Insight of a little child Is a marvelous thing and your crony Morris has answered me after all And then as teacher made no sign of dissent he added stilt more gently Constance dear Air and DOUBLE IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made I examine the Label on YOUR Paper v r She Breckenridtfe News WEDNESDAY DEC 4 1907 AN EASIER FEELING Treasury and Banking Circles Take- a More Cheerful View of the Financial Situation INTERVENTION OF GOVERNMENT the Wisdom of the New Policy In augurated by the Treasury Depart ment Has Apparently Been Amply Vindicated Washington Dec 2The beglQI sing of tho week finds a confident foelliig prevailing in banking circlesI and at the treasury that tho financial situation of tho country will soon reoI sumo Its normal state The Interven tion of the government two weeks ago by which It was proposed to Issue 150000000 in now securities accom pUshed the purpose anticipated by President Roosevelt and Secretary I Oortelyou In demonstrating the ability of the treasury to relieve disturbed conditions This result having been accomplished the actual Issues otI new securities will be only about half what was proposed In this respect the present administration departed fromtho policy pursued In 1893 when I measures of relief were usually adopt ed only when they became imperative It Is felt at the treasury that the wis dom of the new policy has been vin dicated that It was better to take resolute and broad measures oven If they wont beyond the Immediate needs of the situation The Issues of the Panama bonds will be for the full i 50000000 which was offered but the issues of oneyear treasury certlfiI cates will not much exceed 25000 000 It lis probable also that the laiues of new banknoto circulation will fall considerably within some of the earlier estimates because of the abundance of currency which will be available when currency payments are resumed by the banks and ex changes resume their normal course Tho Information reaching Secretary Cortelyou and Comptroller Rld ely Is very favorable to the resumption of cash payments by tho banks as soon as the December payrolls have been disposed of It Is not believed that there will be any disposition on the part of depositors to make a run for currency The manner In which the national banks have stood the strain has been very gratifying to Comptrol ler Ridgely Less than a dozen tall urea have occurred since October 1 which Is not much above the average of normal times It Is felt at the treasury that the Immediate emergen cy has so nearly passed that It will not be necessary for congress to proceed with hasty and Illconsidered measures but It Is hoped that some intelligent legislation will be enacted which will enable the banks to meet similar conditions In the future with out suspending currency payments and without recourse to the treasury for special mqasures of relief From present Indications the treasury will be able to recoup the cash actually held as a working balance by a con siderable amount during the spring and may now be called upon to in crease the deposits of public money very largely in the banks In the next cropmoving season the Same Old Story Washington Dec 2if the amount lost by flre burglary etc Is added to the ordinary excess of expenditures over receipts including expenditures during the year on account of prey ous fiscal years the gross deficit In the postal service during the year 1907 will aggregate 669203147 The third assistant postmaster general A L Lawsho in his annual report gives the abovo figures The outstanding liabilities at the close of the year however are not included in the statement Those will aggregate almost 800000 The total postal rev enue for 1907 shows an increase of 1560984780 over the year 1906 Acknowledge Themselves Beaten Louisville Ky Nov 27The strike of 750 union employes of the Louis vllle Railway company was called off by a voto taken by the men last even- Ing Tho men made no conditions ac knowledging themselves beaten Alleged Bank Robbers Indicted Clinton Ill Nov 29 Edward Mil ler and Edward Davis arrested on a charge of robbing the state bank were Indicted They refused to plead and woro sent back to jail Davis confessed Boise Ida Nov 30 Sheriff HOlt gin and deputies are scouring Ada county to fill tho special venire ordered by Judge Wood in the PetUbono oaae I TRIBESMEN SLAIN Twelve Hundred of the Benis Nasson Fall Before the tFrench Troops Fire FANATIC ARABS FACE SURE DEATH With a Bravery Born of Religious Frenzy the Flrce Men of the Desert Rush a French Camp Only to Be Repulsed With Great Loss Oran Nov 29ln the tight with the French forces the Arabs left eighty dead on the field at BabElRassa Ac cording to reports from natives the tribesmen recrossed the frontier burn ed a large village and engaged In a fierce handtohand fight with the French many of whom were killed and wounded Maghnla Algeria Nov 26Ten thousand of the fiercest Denis Nassen tribesmen swooped down on tho French camp Snnday and were beaten off with a loss of 1200 killed The fighting continued for along time and was conducted on the part of the tribesmen apparently with total dis regard for their lives At one tlmo the French Infantry were In danger of being surrounded but they finally disengaged I themselves from their perl lous position by a most brilliant charge of the Spahls The rout of tho Arabs was completed by vigorous shelling by the artillery The French loss was eight killed The Arabs were not discouraged by this severe repulse but reformed their forces and In addition directed their efforts to rousing other tribes The fighting was resumed During the pursuit of the enemy the Spahls were drawn Into ambush and Lieutenant Rose who was riding In front foil riddled with bullets but the troopers rallied and threw them 1 selves upon the Arabs in ambush cut ting them to pieces The French forces followed up their advantage and scouring the country killed many of the fugitives Administered Severe Punishment Lalla Maghnla November 27Tho French column which was engaged In a serious fight with the tribesmen Sunday and Monday returned ester day after administering severe punish ment to the Insurgents in the shape of a bombardment at several villages The sudden outbreak of hostilities on the Algerian frontier Is the result of long smoldering resentment of tho local tribesmen against the French oc cupants of Oudja To Punish the Arabs Paris Nov 30Tho cabinet has de cided to give General Ballloud commanding the French troops In Algeria an absolutely free hand to end the In vaslon by tribesmen of the frontier of Algeria and punish the Arabs THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 92c No 2 red 93c CornNo2 52c OatsNo 2 mixed 45c Hay Clover 1300I1400 timothy 155001700 mixed 11600 1600 Cattle400 t 625 Hogs 350g 485 Sheep J300 475 Lambs 400GOO At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 96c CornNo 2 61o OatsNo2 49c Cattle 4500515 Hogs 200500 Sheep 225450 Lambs 40066Q At Chicago WheatNo2 red 98c Corn No 2 59c OatsNo 3 47c Cat tle Steers 400650 stockers and feeders 240 3 460 Hogs300485 Sheop160500 Lambs 5250- S35 Livestock at New York Cattle j500600 HogS400 500 Sheep 3000525 Lambs825 0675At East Buffalo CattloUiO600 Hogs 3500 500 Sheep360525 Lambs60f 0675 Wheat at Toledo May 105 Dec 98c cash 98c Miss Burn Entertains The lucky thirteen who have not been meeting during the Baptist revival will do entertained this afternoon by Miss Margaret BurnConstipationcauses headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Regulets act gently and cure constipa tion 25 cents Ask your druggist r STEPHENSPORTR- ev J T Lewis has accepted the call for another year at the Baptist church We are glad to welcome him back again Mrs R W Vaughan of Lexington was called to the bedsideof her mother Mrs L B Helm last week who was dangerously ill Mrs Bate Washington of Irvington is with her sister Mrs L B Helm W J Schopp has a nice line of Xmas goodsMrs McGhee of Dallas Texas is spending the winter with her sister Mrs E H Miller Mrs Ger Driscal and daughter have returned from Louisville R A Smith was at the Tar Springs last week on business Mrs Dr Larue Helm of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs L B HelmDr H L Nevitt and wife have returned home The Morgan brothers are building a store house on the corner of first and main street Mrs Johnson Stites is no better Miss Boyle Hawkins and Mr Clarence Maoy were married Sunday evening at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Sy Hawkins The ceremony was performed by Rev J T Lewis On Saturday morning Nov 16th the death angels again visited our town and bore the spirit of Lambert Morgan to its long last resting place Lambert was loved by all who knew him and we cant under stand why it was that he was taken so young but some day we will know He was ready and waiting for the call ot his Master and as he neared the valley of the shadow of death he feared no evil the rod and the staff com forted him He was a member of the M E Church from which his funeral was conducted by Rev F R Roberts assisted by Rev JrT Lewis The mother and brothers have our sympathy Pike Con has moved in the green cot tage on the corner of first and main streetMrs William Gibson had a dining Thanksgiving those from this place who were present were Mrs Mollie Atkisson Mr Ben Day and daughter Miss Zelma Mrs Jane Gibson Mrs Chas Hamman and daughter Miss Louise Lewis all of Cloverport Mr and Mrs Larkin Gibson of Hardinsburg Miss Annie Hardin of Lodiburg- Mr Milton Tate of Kirk was visiting roletives here last week Miss Zelma Days entertaiment was quite a success Thursday evening at Holts it was well attended When the Stomach Heart or Kidney I nerves got weak then those organs al ways fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative j is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen those nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restora tives tablets or liquidandsee how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple tes- tbluff5arceedingraceful in design this year and while flat effects are still seen the round muff is gradually asserting itself 1 not the actual small round old fashionedmuff of course but rather a compromise between this modeland the + later flat stylo One such muff is a partly rounded affair made of ermine and trimm ed with mink two entire bodies being used These bodies start under the head curve upward and then take opposite directionspoint ing downward ending gracefully in tiny tails Womans Home Companion for November mqquicklyUonlltrlctl confidential HANDBOOK onPatentlent free Oldest agency for securing patent recelyofPtcCaI Scientifici Jlm rican A handsomely Htnttratod weekly Inrectt cir culatlon of any iclentlllo journal Terms 13 a ears four month ll Sold r y all newsdealer YyrkDraoch PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY PBRUNA IS EFFICIENT5H5H52S2SS5H5H5a5aS25asasa5HSH5S5aSSSH5H5H5HSH52SE5HS2SHS2 HSH555aSHSHS2 IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD MONTREAL HOSPITALS ALL OVER TilE CONTINENT FIND PERUNA ALlABLE IN TREATING ALL CATARBHAL DISEASES CATARRH of the respiratory organs ailment in Canada for at least twothirds of the year This condition is no doubt caused by tho long severe winters experienced in this part of tho continent Therefore when Peruna was discov ered by Canadian people to be a reliable remedy for those catarrhal diseases it at once became a popular medicine not only among individuals and in families but in tho great hospitals wherg it was used as a preventative and relief in hundreds of cases These institutions do not hesitate to give their endorsement of the remedy which has been so helpful In the treatment of their poor and sick Among these institutions is that of the Sisters of Good Shepherd who gave the following endorsement The Peruna Company Columbus Ohio Having used Peruna for the past few months for our sick and poor we are happy to say that It has given us great satisfactionThe of the Good Shepherd August 20 1903 Montreal After a continued use of the remedy i this institution has found no reason to change its good opinion of tho remedy and expresses its satisfaction in tho fol lowing terms Ask Druggist for Almanac 1908 GARFIELD A A Richardson was in Louisville a few days last week Retus Lyons has moved his family to townD H Smith had a fine mare to get her leg broken last week Rev J A Bo worth hada sale of his property here last week and expects to move with his family to Camel Mo where he will make his future home Miss Annie West the teacher visited her parents at Kirk last Saturday and SundayAuthor Beard the sheriff of Hardins burg was here last week Henry Dowell after a two weeks ill ness is improving at this writing The Ladies Missionary Society at the Presbyterian Church had a very interesting meeting Thanksgiving Luther Marr of Custer was in town one day last week Mr and Mrs Paul Compton have been visiting here since Thanksgiving DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salvo dont forgot the name and accept no substitute Get DoWitts Its good for piles Sold by all druggists Wedding Announcements and engraved cards in the most artistic styles at lowest prices can be ordered from the News office Engrav ed cards make gifts of highest character and elegant taste for Christmas CONTAINS ENNEBYPothers It Montreal Nov 7 1903 We found Peruna a relief In several cases We can say It Is a good tonic and we are very thankful Sisters of the Good Shepherd When catarrh once fastens Itself upon the system it becomes an obstinate dis ease to eradicate- A systemic remedy one that reaches every Jnternal organ of the bodyIs an absolute necessity Peruua is just such a remedy It searches out the causo of the disease healing and strengthening the mucous membranes and thus giving Nature an opportunity to perform her part of the restorative process One of the many hospitals which have found Peruna of value in treating old and obstinato cases of catarrh is tho Hospital St John who write as follows yonrIgiven ut Three patients have tried It one 68 years old Renoui Dupuis a Hi Ic ted with catarrh Is much relieved moro than he has been for a number of years A young girl 15 years old had an obstinate cough which half a bottle of Peruna caused to disappear As to myself two bottles have convinced me that Poruna Is magnificent as tonicBefore the treatment I could not walk for quarter of an hour without Free F r any of the ordinary deseases of of the skin chamberllains salve is ex cellent It not only alleys the itching and smarting but effects a cure For sale by Severs Ding Stor- eUARRI3TT t W W was in Brandenburg WednesdayT is having his corn shredded George Miles and wife are visiting at herfathers Mr Tabors near Big Spring Miss Fanny Hhacklett is visiting her brother D W Shacklett and family ThomasHoleston and wife visited her parents Mr and Mrs C T Sipes Mon dayMrs Allen Sanders and children and Mrs Zilderia Buckler spent Monday with Mrs C T Sipes There will be a Christmas tree and entertainment at Garrett School house Chritmas eve night Wm Ritchie wife and children visited iI Mr and Mrs George Bunger Sunday Mrs Lizzy Bickett and Mrs Mary Bickelt spent with Mrs W P ElderTaylor Sipes wife and daughter Cora and WilberHoleston spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs Losh Mills and family MrsWiljie Hughe and little son Russel and Mrs Susan Matttingly visited Mr and Mrs Ira Tompson and family near Guston Thursday Miss Fannie Hhacklett received a hand somo Souvenir Post Oard last week from HONEY AXATIVEChildren NowlcanIexperiencing much fatigue walk a mile easily Through these three cases we desire to make known to the public the ef ficiency of your remedy Hospital St John of St Johns Province of Quebec- A later letter received from tho same Institution reads as follows Three weeks ago 1 wrote to tell foundPerunaneuralgiaIthe best results taken as directed half a teaspoonful every half hour Mrs Etta Booker Dnndurn Sask N W T Canada writes unflIsayIaffliction for which I am truly thank medIcineimyllfoPeruna not only promptly relieves stagesbutstageOfsuppose that a great deal less medicine will bo necessary to cure a slight attack of catarrh than would be required to relievo the ailment after it had boon allowed to become chronic Your Peruna for Miles Tuesday her Cousin Hollen Shacklett of Texas Co Mo Wm KnigU and son of Louisville spent Friday night with his Aunt Mrs WP ElderMr and Mrs Charles Richie and family spent Sunday with her parents Mr ane Mrs Gaze Bunger MrAmbers Corbett and children of Flahertyvisited Mrand Mrs WP Eider Sunday Misses Luella Miles Konnie Osborn Messers Lee Larence and Guy Osborn and Johnnie Miles attended church and dined with Mrs Lizzy Bickett Against Dandruff 1 Mel should wash the hair everyday with shaving soap and water rinse thoroughly so as to leave no trace of the soap rub perfectly dry with a cloth and then wet the scalp thoroughly with a solution prepared from 2 ounces pure alcohol 14 ounces of water 12 ounce Vedonia Do this for two weeks and the dand ruff will have almost disappeared two weeks more and there will be no trace ofit left after that an application once every week will keep it from coming back This treatment will leave the hair fluffy and glossy the shampooing is recommended because it removes the oil from the scalp thus giving the solu tion a better chance Women may omit the daily shampoo ing but they should bear in mind that the solution must be rubbed into the skinOn sale at the News office AN- DOUGN Tastes so good TAR YRUP EC DeWITT 01 CHICAGO KMtV alt Other cough cures are conittpttlar especially those contilnlnc Opiate Kennedr LuaU Couth Syrup moves the bowels contains no Opiates V For Sale by all Druggist 1 1 0 0 h1 T VCrr tf u i 0 i- I11 4 v Ii