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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r V i jf I i 11 rtJ0 Jw r W irr 1 t- Yo V ls II oJ yo J u 0 s tjnLt 2 I4 THEENEWS flT 1 t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIH 0 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 15 1908 8 Pales NO J K TROLLED OUT iiDEFEATI r j Clovers Down Pat svillians IJto 2jame Replete With Fun J and Errors DlTZENBACH TOSSES OUT 10 MEM i i41 Iy LINEUP OF TEAMS Cloverport Place Patcsvlllo Wilson Catcher F Preston Dltzenbach PlicberL Wheat- leyJarboelJlrst BnscS Wheatley Windolkin CaptSecondII Basham Reed TlilydE Evans Furrow Short StoP B Da- yGrahamLettI FJcldJ Jarboo Harris Klffht Fleld3 Hlnsey Tucker Center Field J Asberry c Chas Hamman manager Cloverport team Chas Hall umpire 4- lili Warfield Collins and Ernest Boyd score keepers Ad Farber hat passer Carl Lishen water dispenser J Feet Lewis bat holder Dr Lightfoot and F Freeman stars on coach line- Attendance bleachers and all 200 Score Cloverport 13j Patesville 2 When the Clovers and Farmers trotted out on the West End diamond Satur day afternoon to wage war for the spoils of the game folks about the grounds had hopes of a hot contest Not a few of the local dope artists had it figured out that the Farmers would hand the Clover hunters a few sur prises in matters base ball The result In last half of the ninth proved well that the dope dispensers were wrong The Farmers bedecked in all sorts of uniforms ranging from themost elite J to overalls topped off with the Merry Widow hat There were players in Verbyhats in itle caps plow shatters idjsailors there was High Pockets eiton arrayed in crimson kneepants nd long blackstockings which certainly Jbust have been made to order by Mike I Seim our tailor Long ago in Patesville there was a wealthy ball team that spent much money for uniforms samples of which the boys of Saturday disployed to the worldClothes dont throw curves nor knock out the threebagger as the Farmers showed us The Wheatley boys proved good material for the Farmers and too Evans would have done well on third save for the obnoxious rooters The fielders Jarboe Hinseyand srry had a fondness for mumblepeg ce unto our own dear field boys and dmuch fun among themselves with e- e circle when it should have been vised into home Bert Day at short i d Basham on sec nri helped many of e Clovers to meet their waterloo on 1 condPrestonI the inan behind the mask J theJrae plate who blame Sr the balls he had to stop were of Vjany and divers kinds Why even the jjrm and motions of the Farmer pitch frswere sufficient to bluff the Col r hieTs best catcher The Farmers i aangedpitchers In the last part of the r filth from Wheatley to Jarboe At this I 4 period Wheatley had struck out three Smen the remainder of the garnet Jar t hoe had four marked to his credlt Our f Own Germany alone and unaided t tpssed out ten of the Farrie during the nine Innings 1 It Ii Wilson of the qQvers1Ilaye4ell Ii it his part as catcher thpugl obbyswas nigh when It come to flaing e Firm ors fouls = r 1 tF Dltzenbach idtner JarljJe at rst nd Reed at third p bubly Id m4 ton lose out the farmers than 1ny 7 o her t hreQ on the team r- i CapU Wlndelkin litdaha1J tbfdtop ing the circle rightriver 4econdffar aoughfOR a twobagger V aHarristtho osing ofth game among the iieach VJ vfhich fna why compfor-sY bum batting Harris and pucker I IKd more to encourage thaI trmer lit tchers chan any of tle quiet lovers We Furrow alrshort and Grah4rn in left stoppingae liners hauled out by fjilQwtralnedo 1 uscles and Joey certainly ldOked cute 81 BiU Whites V T S uqifprm to Capt Windeikins layendnr socks tofrhl the girls ryes George and d hadt1aeirtfQlfd up just like 11 s his and UjfilrtnIihlro ifs r shadesdIIandthats p c iI i Jw NOTES V J G Harris presented the Clovers with a 150 ball The boys like to see Charles Skillman on the side liner He always drops a quarter In the hat Collection Saturday was 140 Oh for afew more Charles Chas Hamman probably does more to encourage the game than any other business man in town He gives time and money Half holiday at shops on Saturday helped out the crowd Wave Roff carried the rule book around In his hip pocket just as if the Clovers and Farmers werent up on circle etiquette There were more foul balls than fair ones in the game Dr Lightfoots team and the Clovers played a practice game after the big show r Germany DitzenbaclC the pitcher throws a hot one called Ditzenball This ball has four different motions en route from pitcher to catcher and makes the batter dizzy A reward of 85 is offered orthe first twobase hi made off this ball A J D B Jr 4 I VICTORIOUS Temperance people Win At Guston In Saturdays Election Rejoiced are hundreds of homes over the great victory the temperance people had in the election at Guston Saturday They defeated thewhiskey men and saloons will be no more in that enterprising town Men women and children took aji active part in the fight for temperance side and results are most gratifying SUMMER SOCIETY Thursday niglit a jolly party of young people enjoyed a hay ride to Tar Springs where they went to spend an hour or two inroller skating The rink is fine and the skaters were greatly pleased with it Among1 those in the party were Misses Ella Smith Stella Weatherholt Reba Lewis Cleona Weatherhdlt tucile Graham Ray Heyser and Carnie Pate Messrs Dewey Denton C Brabandt Geo Wendeiken Allen Pierce and Harry Weatherholt Virgil Babbage Chas Fallon Stuart Babbage Lafe Behen o oo The yachtmea and several invited guests enjoyed a fish fry at the Rocks Thursday night 000 Mrs Harry Newsom was hpnless to the Tennis Club Thursday afternoon and the members will be entertained tomorrow at the court by Miss Lula Severs epq- Rev I and Mrs Currie and children Eudailey and Mary Mr and Mrs H tI Stager and Miss Madge Eudailey hudrn pleasant picnic at Tar Springs Thursday o00 theCloverS bShe requests every member to be at the Methodii church at 1030 oclock that morning and they will leave Immediate lyfor an outing The Star Mission envelopes will be opened upon this occasion 000 Thursday eveningfromS to 10 oclock Mr and Mrs James S Skillman enter tained most charmingly at their home on West Main Street in honor of Misses Elizabeth Skillman and Virginia Mc Gavock of Cloverport Ky and Mar garet and Edith Stirman The house and porches were prettily decorated Japanese lanters being used most effectively The entertainment for the evening was unique being a traveling contest The porches were arranged to portray different countries whose costumes were worn and products were represented Miss Camilla Triplett won the first prize Miss Elizabeth Skillman the guests prize and Mr Ewing Bell the consolation prize Misses Jean Todd and her guest Miss McCombs presided over America Miss Carrie Carrigan over Italy Miss Sarah Lee Baker over Japan Miss Emily Simmons over Holland Miss Edwina Rowe over Switzerland and George Delker over Ireland The guides for the grand tour were Misses Skillman McGavock Stirman Mildred Baker and Beverley RUeyl Owensboro Enquirer Littfe Miss Annie l aFerryWh improyInt OC f i REUNION COMMITTEE Appointed and Ready to Begin Its LaborsHundreds of Soldiers Will Be in Hardinsburg on August 1 o CONGRESSMAN JUANGLEY INVJTEP TO SPEAK Hon Chas Blanford is hereby appointed Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Soldiers Reunion to be held at the Masonic Picnic August 1 Mr Blanford with one member from each of the following committees will constitute the Executive Committee with power to appoint other committees and officers and do such other things as they deem properUNION SOLDIERS- J H Lennon Chas Blanford Henry B Head Chas Mattingly William Ahl Charles Heston Jack Mattingly Sam Taul and James P Tucker CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS Bate Washington Mart Dyer R S SkillUlan TTladge Carter Dr J C Sutton and I J Muckinfuss STATE TROOPE William A Stinnett T M Davenport C C Ahl and Marcus B Kincheloe SPANISH AMERICAN Lewis Kincheloe Ray Pate Claude Mercer Ira Weatherford Godfrey Ball Ernest Kennedy Charley Morris Courtney Rush The Chairman of the Executive Committee is hereby requested to call a meeting of the foregoing committees of each organization for the earliest date possible for the purpose of discussing the pro gram for the day and such other matters as may command the atten tion of the committees Congressman Langley has been invited to address our people on August 1 and a response will be had from him by the meeting Yery truly H Dell Moorman Chairman C D Payne Secretary A V UNIQUE PARTY Miss Jennie Mabel Harris Guest Of Honor At A Library Party In Minnesota The Library Party given at the home of Mr and Mrs W A M Johnstone Monday evening in honor of Miss Har ris of Cloverport Kentucky and Miss Barber of Minneapolis was one of the most pleasant of the seasons parties The house was brilliantly lighted for the occasion many colored electric lights being strung on the spacious porch while Japanese lanterns blinked from every corner At one end of the porch a Japanese cozy corner was arranged which proved quite popular throughout the evening After the guests had all arrived they were furnished with tablets and pen cils andproceeded to make the rounds of the rooms puzzling aver what each one was supposed to represent- It was very amusing to see for in stance a young man trying earnestly to solve what was represented by the very queer bracelet worn by his fair visavis which was a large magnet around the wrist with a smaller one clinging to the end The only help given him was that the smaller one was a lady and that shewas related to the larger one The young man was at last successful putting down on his list The Daughter of a Magnate II When the tablets were all filled they were signed and gathered up and the most successful ones announced Miss Theresa Schultz and Miss June Lamb each had the same number of correctly guessed books and cut haying been drawn Miss Lamb was decided the winner of the prize which was a dainti ly bound book s After the guessing contest was over dainty refreshments were served on the porch at small tables decoratedwith prettily shaded candelabra after which the guests retired to the house where a short musical program was enjoyed Among the guests and books repre sented were Mrs JohnstonIBen Hur been her a baby picture of herself Mrs Harris The Black Bag a black silk bag Miss Harris Bittersweet a lump of sugar arid n capsule of quinine Irene EnglishliThe Man of The Hour a picture of TaftBrainerd Daily Dispatch Received Sad News While Visiting Mrs M Burdette was visiting rela tives In this city last week when she received the startling news that her daughter Mrs John Fisher had com mitted suicide by shooting herself at her home in Owensboro Mrs Burdette was severely shocked over the affair and couldnot realize it had happened until she went to Owensboro u j i1w ANNUAL CARNIVAL Epworth League Will Entertain The Public Friday And Saturday The people of Cloverport recall most pleasantly the street carnival given three years ago by the Epworth League and It is with much pleasure that they look forward to the second one which will be given Friday and Saturday nights of this week The Carnival will be held in Hammans vacant lot on Main street and all kinds of amusements will be furnished Capt J H Rowland is chairman of the committee on arrange ments and he will not leave a stone un turned to make this one of the greatest open air entertainments that has ever been given in any city of thissize- A program is being arranged for both nights and all day Saturday when mid day dinner will be served to all in at tendance EKRON BAPTIST CHURCH DEDICATED Dr Powell of Louisville De livers Dedication Sermon The Rev Shacklett Delivers Address- TEMPERANCE PEOPLE HAPPY The dedication of the Ekron Baptist church took place Sunday in the presence of one thousand people The ceremonies were conducted by Dr Pow ell of Louisville assisted by the Rev D F Shacklett pastor of the church and Rev J J Willett Dr Powells sermon was full of logic and spiritual food for Christian workers and was a great inspiration to every man woman and child in the audience Rev Shak letts address Cbarge to the Trustees was well received and beneficial to all the members of his church whoso love J and honor he has won The cost of the church is over 2000 The building is substantial and well furnished B B Shacklett and Thos Payne are deacons and Z T COX is church clerk Mr Cox is a great worker and showed his colors in the temperance movement He wrote to the News that the four magisterial districts including allof the upper part of the county went dry by a majority of 200 ti Steamer Gazelle and Excursion barge Blanche are open for engagements Phone or address W D Crammond Hawesville Ky n VwiAt = o NEWS PARAGRAPHS FROM IRVINGTON City Banks In Splendid Condition Business Enterprises Progress ing Interesting Notes SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC r Mrs Ellen Wathen and neice Miss Simms of Springfield spent a few days last week the guests of Mrs Nannie WathenII Eva McGlothlau left Saturday for Grayson Springs where they will spend the rest of the month of July Mr L B Yager representing the Economy Gas Light Co of Kansas City has taken orders for lights for the store house of McGlothlan Piggott Louis H Jolly and the colored Baptist church Mrs C L Chamberlain returned Thursday from Tip Top after visiting Mrs Brandenburg The two Banks of the city including the Branch Bank at Cusf r Ky which have already made their semi annual reports are in excellent showing and reflects honor upon their managers Mr Banks Drury arrived last week from Memphis Tenn for a visit to Mr and Mrs R B McGlothlan Among the many notable improve ments in the business enterprises of Irvington one can not ovot look the growth of Mr R L Hardnways busi ness as a groceryman whose trade has grown from a small beginning to one so large that he was compelled to move to larger quarters on Main street The store has undergone many alterations and is now a very handsome place Compliments also should be extended to Mr Louis H Jolly who has just open ed up a beautiful ice cream parlor and soda fountain adjoining Mr R L Hardaways place of business Mrs Charlie Hawes was the guest of relatives at Lewisport last week Quite a number from here attended the fuueral of Mr James K Patterson at Guston list Friday afternoon Joe Munday of Louisville delivered an excellent address last Friday evening to the men only at the Knights of Pythias Hall Robert Lvons was the guest of rela tives in Big Springs last wEek Miss Edith Hensel entertained Thurs day evening in honor of her visitor Miss Margaret Flyn of Loulnville Ekron and Irvington played quite an interesting ball game here Saturday The score was 713 in favor of Ekron Marion Childs of Brandenburg was here visiting Miss Nannie Childs Satur duy Ir 0 v HHtChurch will give a Sun da Ac out at the creek Aug 1st inviteduNAT aror J W Bifc is home for a months vacationMr Mrs J Foote attended the dedication of the Ekron Baptist church SuudHy MiLs Margarite Dorseyof Indianapolis lad delivered an interesting lecture on Educatin at the Presbyterian church Friday evening Allen Pierce of Cloverport was the guest of MissClaudle Bandy Sunday- R B McGlothlan was in Hardinsburg Friday Mr Beard Working For Temperance Cause 4 Hon Green Beard of Hardinsburg has secured over 400 signatures of peo ple asking for a county election on the whisky question Others are at work in the county getting the required number of petitioners to call for the election under the county unit law Base Ball At Ekron The Ekron Base Ball Team played Irvingtons team on their grounds which resulted in a score of 7 to 13 for Ekron The Ekron boys played good ball and j showed that they had been practicing with the expectation ot victory The Irvington boys did a great deal better than was expected it being the first time together andwithout two ot their best men The game was witnessed by a good crowd v Misses Virginia and Lenora McGavock and Mlss Elizabeth Skillman have been the guests of Mrs James Skillman in OwBsboro lu Q + f J II MISS CLARA CARTER Makes Solemn Religious Profes sion at The Sacred Heart Academy in Louisville t3 Quite a beautiful and imposing sereamohy was that which was performed in the chapel of the Academy of the Sacred Y Heart on July 7 when twelve postulants t qthewhite veiled nuns made their solemn P religious profession In the absence oftothe Right Rev Bishop George McClosky Father Cronin V G officiated assisted j by the Rev Chaplain F Ambrose O a ff- F There were also present in the chapel ten visiting Priests to witness the imposing ceremony The altars were beautifully decorated with potted plants and cut flowers and myriad lights gleamed amidst the odorous p bloom Solemn Gregorian music was chanted by the choir throughout the ceremony making it more impressive First came the twelve young maidens clad in white robes and wear jing veilsand crowns of flowers carrying 1lilly wreathed unlighted candles who entered the Sanctuary and asked to be admitted to the Order and be invested with the white veil of the Novice It was a beautiful and touching sight to witness such utter renunciation of life and its pleasures and audible sobs were heard throughout the crowded chapel cfttheirblack habit and white veil of the Nov ice each bearing lighted candles sym bolic of the bride of Christ and with clear unfaltering voices pronounced the vows of Poverty Chastity Obedience and the Instruction of female youth thus finding themselves irrevocably to the Religious Life After the ceremony dinner was in dining room of the Academy to more than two hundred guestsEach 4 of the twelve Novices and six newly proffesied Nuns hud a table with covers laid for ten of their relatives and friends and conspicuous amongst all was a table beautifully decorated with flowers upon which rested two iced cakes and above which in gilt letters was the inicriptou Brides of Christ rejoice and surely in that bountiful jhall there was rejoicing judging from the hum of conversation and happy jlaughter Amongst those who made ttheir solemn religious profession was Miss Clara Carter known in religion as iSr M Raymond who was once a pupil of the Cloverport school and who Is well known here having two years ago bade adieu to home and friends to follow her chosen vocation and at present is em ployed in the Academy teaching the preparatory classes of the 7 and 8 Jgrades Her sister Miss Maggie Carter and brother Bernard Carter of Clover port and her aunt Miss Margaret Greenwood of Irvin ton and Miss Mary jNevitt of Basin Spring were present at the ceremony of her profession Fine Boy Without A Name The young man at the home of Mr and Mrs Julian Brown will be two weeks old tomorrow and as yet has not been given a name Dies In Florida Word has Deen received of the death of Mrs Nannie J Pate Huckely who died at her home in Cleveland Fla June 11 She was born and reared in Cloverport She was a relative of L V Chapin Mrs E L Waggoner and Mrs Myrtle Howard Joe Munday Here Sunday afternoon Joe Munday ad dressed o crowd of men In Oelzes Hall ani Monday night he delivered a pay lecture to men women and children II Mr InjuredI H V Duncan fell from a scdffold while working on Jess WeatnerholtsI house Saturday afternoon and injured f his left knee His friqnds hope thAt he 4 Is not seriously hurt and will not be inrdisposed long I I1 Bridge Near Completion t0 The Iron bridge which is being sus pended across Tarfork creek will pos II t sibly be finished within the next ten days It is a splendid structure andiwillbo a source of pride and conven1 fence to the county Among those y from a distance who have been engaged tin the bridge work are DonaldHam bleton Orville and Author Rinehartc from Vicec Ind f it f 4t rHJ I x q ti I i Tr L irr11 4 L CHAPTER II Old Love and New here I am announced lwrLL slender youth entering deserted salon a few min later with Nlsh at his side Im here at my countrys call all right but my confounded country doesnt seem to bo on hand to meet meHis graceful walk was not wholly steady and there was a flush on the handsome young face The late ar rival was Prince Dnnllo of Marsovla attache of the Marsovlan legation at Paris As a diplomat he had scarcely scored a success for he had a delight fully normal aversion to work and a simple unfailing Joy In the amusements of Maxims and his clubsIIll hunt up his excellency at once I LATE I I Nlsh was assuring mo nnme J I are you quite In condition to see him lCI may Oh Im alla4tit Tonl te Q0 night If I CIA HVotvVvtPPrrda of sleep tfttPr Perhaps I could find you some place to Id prefer a desk If you can find one I always sleep best at my desk But I suppose There Is a couch sir over In the corner behind the patens How would that do You could get a nice nap there and Ina little while Id find his for you But sir if I may say so why do you waste your life in dissipation when you might marry and settle down Just think now Would not a dear little wife and a home of your own be better worth while than all your clubs I leave It to you if You leave It to me retorted Da nllo Then I make it clubs But If I may sny so You may not Interrupted Danllo crossing to the couch and throwing himself at full length among Its cush ions By byl If youre waking call me early He spread a handkerchief over his face and in a moment was sound asleep leaving Nish to tiptoe out in search of Popoff For a few minutes no sound was audible In the empty salon save the swell and fall of dance music punctuated by the slumbrous princes heavy breathing Then Natalie hurried In with De Jolidon Both anxious How careless of met the ambassadors wife was exclaiming Where I can I have dropped the miserable fun If my husband pick it up and find on It those you were foolish enough to write I wonder If I left It In the niche on the stairs when we were sitting there Lets go back and see Thoy turned back almost colliding with Sonla who was entering Cas cada directly behind her Oh Mme Sadowa asked Natalie you havent seen anything of a white Ivory fan Ive looked everywhere and r M t t No replied tho widow but Ill look In this room if you havent made a thorough search hero already Natalie thanking her hurried back with her cavalier to tho stairway Sonia idly began her search but Cas cada Interrupted her That can walt lie pleaded but 1 cannot Wont you hear me Certainly assented Sonia cheerful ly You are going to propose arent youAh you read my secret It required little cleverness You men are all alike But no man ever before loved as I love protested Cascada hIs voice unconsciously rising in his emotion You are all the world to me Until I met you I never thought I could Ring off grumbled Danllo in his sleep vaguelyl bothered by the loud voiceSonia started Some one Is here she whispered pointing toward the hidden couch You are mistaken contradicted Cascade and even If It wero so I am willing for all the world to know how I I J THE ARRIVAL WAS PRINCE DANILO Danilo 400 excellency distant looked should words f A long blissful sonorous snore from the couch jonla laughed her eyes alight with amusement Snoring and romance dont go well together marquis she observed and as the snoring doesnt seem likely to stop the romance must You say you are In love with me and I know you are In love with my fortune Good by You misjudge me cruelly Cascada protested Oh no I dont Men arc all alike GoodbyAs discomfited marquis made his way wrathfully from the room Sonla mischievously crept across to the couch There lay the man sound asleep his taco still covered by the handkerchief Sonia touched his hair Scut roared Danilo giving his I head a shake that let the handkerchief fall from his face Danllo gasped the widow starting back At sound of his name the prince sat up dazed and blinking Ills wander Ing eyes fell on the woman and with an exclamation of utter amazement he stumbled to his feet and stood staring Incredulously at her Sonia he exclaimed SoniaI Then recovering himself he bowed stiffly and said- I bog your pardon madame No I beg yours she replied Pray go on snoring You dont remember me he asked surprisedNot the very least sheinn swered moving away Yet you called ray name You were asleep then That was differentAnd I am aketo the Joy of seeing you again The Joy Is all your own Is It so surprising to find me In Paris I am- here enjoying my wealth and free dom I congratulate you on both especial ly the freedom Yes freedom Is one of your fads I believe remarked Sonia especially freedom from marriage Do you still make a habit of avoiding marriage at the last moment j h y Sonla you are unjust If It had rested with me you should be my wife now not ai ether mans widow If it ret ed with you sLe min icked Well let the whole story rest now Its forgotten By you perhapsnever by me Oh no I remember it every now and then for my own amusement But It Is hard to think of myself as the little Marsovlan peasant maid towhom the dashing cavalry officer Prince Dnnllo was once engaged and whom his rich old uncle at the last moment forbade to marry because of her pov erty How differently that same rich old uncle would look on the match to aye Twenty millions Is a pretty dowryAt least it seems you didnt break your heart over losing me sneered Danilo No my plebeian heart stood the shock excellently I soon found cons solationan elderly husband who lived Just one week after the wedding and left me all his wealth f Yes I heard how your father forced you Into the match Next time you can choose a husband to suit your selfWhy should I marry again 1 I am rich free I have everything Including love he asked his eyes devouring her fragile beauty- I dont believe In love scoffed Sonia All men are alike Dozens of them are after my money and make love to me because they cant get it without me Men are not all fortune hunters he denied hotly I for one So they nil say Each says I love you Each means my fortune They do cried Dnnllo In rage at the strong insinuation Well heres one that doesnt I for one shall never say to you I love you I A strange smile stole across her face She canto very close to where he stood BO close that the faint perfume of her hair was sweet In his nostrils so close that her breath was warm upon his lips so close that his bewildered soul struggled in vain to hide from the glory In her eyes Her voice was a musical whisper as she asked Youll never say to me I love you There was an Infinity of allurement tn the tempting words Danllo with a mighty effort shook off the spell and shouted Never Never Never Thats a comfort she said coldly drawing away and seeking to veil her f u NEVER NEVER keen disappointment But she added more softly why not say it If you really want to I dont want tol he declared sulkily And you promise faithfully youll never say to me I love you Again she was perilously close to him Again his eyes tore themselves free from the pleading seductiveness of hers ns he reiterated I promise Im not going to make a fool of myself or be wade a fool of Is that n Declaration of war queried Sonla Noot friendship Do you mean to say If I asked you to be my wife you would merely laugh at mow Probably All men are alike They are not and In time Ill prove It to you- Before she could answer the ambas sador and several of the guests came into tho room At first opportunity Popoff drew Danllo aside Prince said he Impressively you have now been attached to this lega tion nearly four months and Few of my attachments last BO long observed Danllo You refer to your lovo affairs I have heard of them They have brought you to the prink of ruin You are almost penalleM Here 111 my plan to save you also to give you a chance to save your country from bankruptcy I want you to marry To what cried Danilo To marrybeautiful woman my boy twenty millions Mme Sonia Sadowa HeyNever returned Danllo angrily ns he rose to end the interview Then a Frenchman will marry her and her fortune and our country will bo ruinedI marry her repeated Daub and she wont marry me But for my countrys sake Ill keep any French man from marrying her But how You shall see CHAPTER III The Garden Fete HE gardens of Mme Sonia Sa dowas villa Just outside Paris were gayly decorated for a lawn fete The grounds were dotted with laughing groups of bright ly dressed men and women for Sonia had particularly requested that all her Marsovlau guests wear their pictur esque native costume and the result was a veritable kaleidoscopic carnival of color a perfect riot of gorgeous hues and striking figures Ambassador Popoff his long lean figure draped in vivid green was pac ing the alleys of tho garden near the entranco gate pausing nervously now and again to scan late arrivals in search of some one At length he descried the man he sought Nish was Just bustling into the grounds and the ambassador at once beckoned to him Now then Mr Nlsh cried Popoff as soon ns the little clerk had sham bled within earshot I told you to NEVER bring Prince Danilo hero and not to leave him for an instant until Ho wouldnt let mo stay explained Nlsh He says ho wont come Hes giving a party if 1 may say soya very gay And for the sake of a lot of pleas ure seeking Idlers the prince refuses to obey my orders and como to Mme SoniasYes your excellency He positively refuses to come And when 1 say positively refuses I Here he Is now Danilo resplendent in the uniform of a Marsovlan captain of hussars stroll ed nonchalantly forward with a care less nod that quite ignored the ambassadors glare of reproof at his lateness I understand prince began Popo coldly that you positively refused t obey my So I did so I did assented Danllo cheerfully But at the last moment I changed my mind and my clothes and here I am Ive postponed my party for an hour or so You see I remem bered my promise to help you scare away from the widow any Frenchman who seemed inclined to make lovo to her Thats why I came Goodr approved Popoff rubbing his hands gleefully Very good And where do you expect to begin c i a Easy Confinement II you have cause to tear the pains of childbirth remember that they arc due to weakness or to ease of the womanly organs and that healthy women do not suffer tike weak ones The specific Medicinal vega table Ingredients of which that famous female medicine and wo wanly tonic OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF U composed will baUd 11 P the womanly organs to a healthy state and thus prevent seedless suffer leg Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Schabarth of Mon meat Colo I had such bearings down pains I dlrlt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me Some months later I had a flue IZlb baby was sick only thirty minutes and did not eves have a doctorAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp to Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co 3br Chattanooga Tenn B MENS COSTUMES The Change That Came When Powder and Snuff Went Out The French revolution had Its effect upon the fashions of 1800 as well as upon matters of more weighty import the tendency being greatly to simplify costumes Young men In England adopted the short coat light waist coat and pantaloons inaugurated in Paris by a certain set who affected to despise the old court fashion The use of powder made more ex pensive by taxation quite died out and short hair became universal Trousers and Wellington boots at first worn only by the military were adopted by civilians about 1814 and the dandy of the early Victorian era wore his tightly strapped down He I also prided himself on his starched collar which had gone out of favor under George IV who preferred a blacksilk kerchief or stock The snuffbox vanished and the characteristic ornament of the age was the bunch of seals hanging fr6m the watch chain Various modifications took place from time to time during Queen Victorias long reign but the form of mens dress practically remained un alteredThe knickerbockers and tweed suit of the country gentleman are of com paratively modern date as well as the Wide awake the soft felt hat Eng lish Illustrated Magazine Heat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression You will feel btter within 48 hours after beginning to take such a remedy us Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action in re storing ihe weakened nerves is surpris ing Of curse you wont get entirely strong in a few days but each day you can actually feel the improvement That tire 1 HItless spiritless feeling will quickly depa t when using the Restora tive Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen a failing appetite it aidsdiges tion it will strengthen the weakened Kidneys and Heart by simple rebuild ing the Wornout nerves that these organs depend upon Test it a few days and be convinced Sold by All Dealers The Human Touch Janle had a doll that would say Papa and Mamma II What became of it Janes mother Is an advanced per son and she said the doll was an inexcusably childish 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ttlou btb tttuttr u iXtt Mrami M II 1oemcropDns t o r v v The Early Life of W J Bryan I AAkAAAA IHis Birl- hBoyhood and First Years In LSLW and- Politics By ROBERTUS LOVE Copyright 1908 by Robertus Love ll- r 4 f U E has spoken face to face be jaiyondI all question to more bearers than has any other man In the worlds history says one who traveled with William Jqnnlngs Bryan during tit presides 4 t tlal campaigns of ISM and 1000 antf s there Is no doubt as to the truth of the A statementThe of this nrtlcle Is briefly to slwtch the life of Mr Bryan up to- G the age of thirtysix when he was 4 nominatedl by the Democratic party for the presidency of the United States It a is a life possible only Jo American pol t t tics and whether or not Mr Bryan I l lsbnll reach the presidency Itls an In i teresting chapter In United States political history The town of Salem 111 Is the birth place of Bryan Judge Silas L Bryan a substantial intellectual settler from f Elizarfs beth Jennings was his mothers maiden name The child was born March 19 1800 Judge Bryan lived on a farm near the edge of town He had nine children of whom William Jennings R Is the fourth The boy grew up out doors drinking the dally medicine otI sunshine and the open air His phys ical constitution a marvel of robust ness and energy came by Inheritance J BRYAN FROM HIS nndIIS turni ml b hull oull null healthful environment in boyhood r Bryan attended the public schools In Salem until he was fifteen when he entered Whlpplo academy at Jackson yule 111 Two years later he matricu lated in Illinois college In the same city from which institution he was graduated with honors at the age of twentyone During his college course his oratorical abilities made him prom meat In middle western collegiate life He won the honor of representing his school In the state contest of college orators He won that contest and rep resented Illinois in 1881 at the Inter state oratorical contest held at Gales burg Ill where he achieved second F honors He was class orator at graduation 1Sit IT Jacksonville has a female seminary i In that school Miss Mary E Baird was a student while young Bryan was In Illinois college She was from Perry 111 and was of excellent family and i cn ambitious student A bright young a taan and a bright young woman at- tendingttio college In the same town some ifrdines emphasize the aphorlsm that like Attracts like Perhaps that explains LtyhY Bryan alter attending the Union 1aw at the same1 Judge Lyman Trumbull the celebrated associate of Abraham Lincoln returned to Jacksonville to begin tho practice of his profession Bryan and JItss Baird were married shortly after his return Mrs Bryan studied law border to assist her husband In his pro fesslonal work After tho Bryans re moved to Lincoln Neb In 18S7 Mrs e cyalgvas admitted to the bar Mr s rya became junior partner In the r jv U of Talbot Bryan Ho be there Was more opportunity for HelBPff young lawyer In a new state i Aeellk assuredly well grounded In his K no 0ase fi ryan plunged Into politics In the jHng of 1888 and that became his life ptitlon Instead of the law Ho Was Toletcd a delegate to the Democratic i St k A speech strongly advocating towde also he made a reputation a speaker He wu only twenty ilp j sold 7et tk lorry next yel r jt f n oJ jiiJ vvvvvvvvvv His Credit able Career In Congress and His Work In- Journalism I the party li mers offered him the nom ination for the lieutenant governorship of Nebraska He declined the offer but made a stumping campaign for the ticket throughout the state The next year 18UO the young Democracy thrust upon the young De mosthcnc from Illinois the nomination for congressman from the First dis trict J Sterling Morton who In his time was father of Arbor day aud a member of President Clevelands cab inet hud been defeated In tire race for congress from that district In 1SS8 by a Republican majority of snore than 3000 votes Scarcely anybody expect ed young Bryan to win He was not so very sanguine himself but he made an oratorical campaign and defeated Congressman Council by nearly 7000 votes In Omaha where Connell lived Bryan was sneered at as that Lincoln boy It was the reaction against the new McKinley tariff that elected Bry anthat and the silver tongue of the LIncolnlan lad So at thirty Bryan was chosen to the national house of representatives He delivered his first speech In the house the 12th of March 1892 on thQ subject of free wool Senator Burrows of Michigan Temporary chairman of this years Republican national convention i declared that It was the best speech or the tariff he ever had heard News 1RWILLIAM LATEST PHOTOGRAPH readingt hei papers of all political persuasions call ed if a masterpiece The chairman of the ways and means committee was William M Springer of Illinois SprIng- er was so delighted with Bryans free wool talk that he procured the appoint ment of the young Nebraskan on his committee Old graybeards have sat In the house for a generation without achieving that coveted honor Here was a youngster member so honored In his first term And when Bryan was returned to congress for a second term ho was continued on that most Important committee- In the interim the Nebraska districts had been reapportioned so that Omaha was eliminated from tho First district The district In Its new shape was con ceded to be Republican by about3500 Judge Allen W Field of Lincoln ono of the ablest and most popular Repub leans In the state was nominated to run against Brya11 He resigned from the bench so sanguine of success was he but Bryan beat him by 140 votes When President Cleveland called an extra session of congress In the sum mer of 18U3 to push through the repeal of tho Sherman silver bullion purchas ing act of 1800 the Democratic president of the old school unwittingly gave to tho man of destiny In the new school of Democracy an altitudlnous stepping stone toward the presidency Bryan of Nebraska aged thirtythree delivered- In tho house on the 10th of August a speech against the repeal of the pur chasing clause of the Sherman act The whole house and most of the sen ate heard It When Bryan ceased speaking he was picked up by enemies and friends alike and borne around the hall on tho shoulders of enthusiasts wbellIIt suited their politics Nobody dls puted that It was the greatest speech of the extra session Bryan declined a renomination fo congress In 1894 and became editor of tho Omaha WorldHerald He wanted to go to the United States senate The WorldHerald business office made a contract to run dally on the editorial page two columns of stuff paid for by Republicans which was inimical to J BrjaaiproipMriM Bryan resigned the r rti- n oM c e I editorship after a fierce legal fight against the advertising contract Ho was nominated for the senate by the unanimous vote of the state conven tion despite the fact that many of them disagreed with him on the silver coinage Issue With John M Thurs ton the leading Republican candidate for the senate Bryan engaged In two Joint debates having challenged Thurs ton The forensic duels took place in Lincoln and Omaha The tariff was the sole topic of discussion Bryan defended the Wilson tariff which as a member of the ways and means com mittee he had helped to create At Lincoln the enthusiasm was such that Bryan was carried from the platform outside and down Into the street where bowling mobs of overflow admirers awaited him Thurston was elected by I MBS WILLIAM H LEAVITl the legislature Mr Bryan remained a private citizen He had challenged William McKinley also to a joint debate on the tariff but the Ohio tariff builder declined Mr McKinley was destined to meet the Nebraskan in a broader contest a little later In the meantime Mr Bryan was happy at home with his little family the helpful wife and three children The children now arc grown up Ruth Is Mrs William H Lea IU and has made her father a grandfather William Junior Is eighteen and Miss Grace Is a budding belle of seventeen years Young Mrs Leavitt herself Is something of a politician She has been elected a delegate to the Democratic state convention In Colorado her home being in Denver Young William is a student In the Nebraska State univer sity at Lincoln Miss Grace who In the event of her fathers election to the presidency will become the young lady of the White House Is at homo with her estimable mother on the Bryan farm near Lincoln known as Falrvlew where the head of the family some years ago built a hand some residence Prior to that the fam ily hud occupied a modest cottage in Lincoln where Mr Bryan returned to his law practice after his unsuccessful campaign for the senatorshlp When In 1896 the Republican conven tion which nominated McKInley for president met In St Louis William J Bryan held no office whatever He still had a connection with the Omaha paper and he went to St Louis as a press correspondent At the Planters hotel the clerk looked over the plainly garbed young man who signed W J Bryan on the register and made him pay in advance The clerk put Bryan In a room with seven Republicans Under date of June 10 a correspondent ofI the New York Tribune sent to his pa per from St Louis this highly Inter esting paragraph ExCongressman William J Bryan tho leader of the free silver wing of the Ne braska Democracy was one of yester days arrivals The appearance of Mr Bryan In a hotel corridor in consultation with several Republicans from free silver states of the far west excited much com ment In response to a question concern- Ing his mission Mr Bryan remarked I have nothing to say now except that these gentlemen and I will be found next November voting the same ticket Senator Henry M Teller of Colorado and others were the free silver Republican leaders indicated by the Trib une correspondent It wasan accurate KISS GRACE DRYANII prediction by Mr Bryan that they would be voting the same ticket with him in November for they walked out of the Republican national cor veit r when the gold standard platform was adopted and aligned themselves with the free silver Democracy But neither the New York correspondent nor the free silver seceders nor the Nebraska correspondent and free silver leader himself could foretell that the seceders would vote for William Jennings Bryan as the presidential candidate on the ticket which was to be nominated at Chicago a fei weeks inter j THE PLANET JUPITER What the Man of Science Has to Say About Its Wonders The Jolly Jovians are saId to be real ities and not myths Not only are there said to be Inhabitants on Jupiter but also on some of his moons In the midst of which the vast planet 1300 times tho size of the earth spins at such tremendous speed that It causes around the equator a furious wind that blows perpetually at the rate of 250 miles an hour Those who believe In the Jovian say that his height runs from fifty to fiftyfive feet and that ho exists for about 800 to 1000 of earth years The Jupiter year how ever 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NEIGHBORS Mr Bryan in his speech to the cheering throngs from his front porch in Lincoln said Whatever I may say later on the subjects that divide us whatever arguments I may advance in support of those policies which to me eem best for the country I want you always to know and never to forget that I believe that the things that bind us together as citizens are important and more numerous than our politi cal differences I want you to know that however earnest I may be in the presentation of my political ideas I recognize at all times the r equal right of every other citizen to hold opinions and as 1 respect you no less for candidly stating your views I hope you will think none the less of me if I candidly state my views when occasion calls for a statement I like to believe that every American citizen places everytriumph of that which he may believe to be right if he is in fact mistakenAnd my friends building on this basis we can be both earnest and charitable for if we love our country more than we love our par ty if we desire the triumph of justice more than the triumph of er roneous opinions we aro prepared for either victory or defeat For if we win we know that the victory can only be permanent if it is a deserved victory and if it results in the advancement of the common weal and we know that if defeat comes it can only be temporary if we are in fact right and those who win are wrong and thus believing in the omnipotence of truth we are prepared to meet each other upon an honest footing state our differences honestly bow submissively to the will of the people and pray that whichever party wins the coun trys good will be preserved A PRAYER TO THE POIrV T One of the best things said in the Denver Convention was the following by the Rev Christian F Keisoner He said in part May we keep our heads clear our hearts warm and our hands strong for the help of man Equip us to be good citizens Make us brave and industriofls Shame us from whimpering and whining Save us from cringing or dodging Face us squarely before every issue until it is solved just right Keep us from deceit and falsehood Fit us if necessary to fight stiffly and hopefully for the square thing May dafoflt with the right and the Mood marked brow bo more desirable than victory with wrong and a jewelled crown of power Never a finer prospect for crops in this county Ollie James was the Kentucky jriant His speech for Bryan made a groat hit in the convention There is no question but what Bryan is a brilliant and resource ful leader in his own party But his is not the kind of leadership that wins before the whole people Mark our prediction Hardinsburg has the finest set of base ball routers in the coun try They have their business down pat Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman and Sheriff Miller had a little touch of their work at the game last Saturday Hon D C Moorman of Breckenridge and Senator 11 W Owen of Hancock got so tired that they had to go to bed and rest for half a day It was all on account of the altitude They were like a great many other Southern delegates not used to being so high up in the air In all our memory of Presidential campaigns we never knew one so quiet as this one promises to be The people are taking very little interest in it and are extremely reticent What it means no one can toll It is quite evident though that the Republican politicians are a little skeered Mr Bryan it seems cant put Mr Tuftclin a hole on any proposition of reform While Mr Bryan was making a big todo over his plank Publicity of Campaign Contributions at Lincoln Mr Tuft had directed that his partys books be kept open in New York City and that all campaign contributions be made public under the New York State law The trouble with the Democrats is that they do the talking and let the other fellows do the work But in the language of the wild westerners What the hell do we care The Democrats completed their ticket for the campaign of 190S I Friday night at Denver It is William Jennings Bryan and John W Kern of Innianapolis The ticket is already dubbed the Great De feat for the reason that Bryan was twice defeated for the Presi dency while Kern was twice defeated for Governor of his State Kern as a radical outradicals Bryan His nomination settles the question that the contest is to be fought out in the Middle Western States with Ohio and Indiana as the chief battle therWest and the South while the East and the North are not very en thusiastic Mr Bryan certainly gained a wonderful victory a vic I tory no other man in the history of the nation ever gained Will Lose 150 Horse Friday afternoon the horse driven in the Star Roller Mill wagon by Geo Wilson became frightened at a L H St L handcar near the Home Bakery corner about six oclock Mr Wilson was not injured but it is thought the horse will die from the results of the unaware tfU i + ft V iiV t Fell TWbnty Feet Marvelous was W B Pates narrow escape from death last Tuesday when he foil from the new bridge at Tar Fork He was walking across a plank which slipped and he fell twenty feet Mr Pate was considerably bruised but the injuries were not serious He is a brother of Mrs Peyton Scott 4 Huckleberry Hunt I wonder how many Breckenridge County people have ever seen or eaten huckleberries much less goneto gathe them Here is one at least who neve did until this spring since coming tithe mountains It was such an inter esting trip to me and the berries are so good that I am going to risk your not being interested and tell you about it iiC the editor will permit There were only four ladies in our crowd two married and two who were still enjoying single blessedness One of the married ladies very kindly under took to come around and wake us all early as we wanted to eat our break fast on the way and get to the berry patch before the sun was too warm She was as good as her word and iit seemed we had scarcely gotten to sleet when we heard her calling and we left town just as the clock in the Courthouse was striking five were about two miles on our road before the sun drove away the mist We wore sunbonnets or old hats and old clothes and looked like what they call up here Creekers which means someone who lives way uj the creek and lookswell pretty countrified A short distance from town we found some cows patiently waiting to be milked and borrowed a quart of milk from the gentlest cow without much trouble It camo in fine with our breakfast a few minutes later We had been told that the snakes were very bad and were so afraid of them that we took along a bottle of moonshine And one lady is president of the W C T U Society here too However we were lucky regarding snakes as not one ap peared to dispute our way and the moonshine was not touched being the only eatable that escaped at dinner We went up Troublesome Creek which was named by Daniel Boone until we reached Possum Trot n small branch of Troublesome After going up Possum Trot a few miles we struck off up the mountain and after some climbing came to the woods and began to find the berries at once They bare prolifically every seven years they say and this seems to be the seventh year The berries are small black or blue berries about the size of peas and are very good indeed but it takes a large number to make a gallon as we realized when we got down to business- A little after eleven we began searching for our dinner pails which we had left on top of the ridge and after locating them did full justice to a first rate dinnerAbout this time we became aware of the fact that we had accumulated other things beside berries that is chiggers with which I presume most of you are familiar I have known them all my life more or less intimately but never saw them in such boundless profusion We persevered though until we had gotten all the berries on the hill that teemed to be ripe and then somewhat weary started for home When we got back down the hill to the branch we rested and cooled off and then went wading which relieved us of a few of the surplus chiggers Enough remain ed to make life miserable several days however At the mouth of possum Trot ve were met by one of the ladies hus bands with a hack and was quite willing to ride in to town getting in just about eight We certainly had a good ime and hope to try it main next year Cant some of you come up and go with ts With best regards to the readers of the News C B C lindman Ky tuto Of Ohio City Of Toledo 1 Lucas CountySSJ frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is enlor partner ot the firm of fr J Ohenoy Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and Stl1te aforesaid and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED lOLLEHSifor each and overy case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho use of Halls latarrh Cure PRANK J CHENEY Sworn to boforo me and subscribed In my resenco this Oth day ot December A D 16 Ceul A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally naacts directly on the blood and mucous arfaces of the system Send for testimonials ro- eP1 CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Plllsifor constipation Base Ball at Hardinsburg Me Daniels and Hardinsburg in- an exciting game of ball Saturday afternoon eutertained big crowd reathless spectators The official core stoop 10 to 9 in favor of lardinsburg The feature of the game was Browns pitching Iris iilivory is fine with a swift quick ball Fourteen batters were struck out by Browns balls On the second inning Hardinsburg made oven scores McDaniels made a fine uphill effort till the close of the game The battery work back d up by good fielding on the part of MoDaniels made them ordunidablo antagonists Mr Archer and daughter Miss lalissa of Ekrpn wore guests of Mr ndMrs Price Graham Sunday Statement of Condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Kentucky at close of business June 30 1908 Resources Notes and bills 233651 89 Cash in safe = 16380 73 Cash in other banks 24725 74 Stocks and bonds = 52038 86 Banking house and lot 1800 00 Other real estate = 136 79 Furniture and fixtures 400 00 Total = 329134 01 c TA 1 2 3 to VI 4J v rM le IA i W 2 a ex tra to it it in 1 al so we or or I w IV w ve Mrs Lettie Tabor of visited her sister Mrs Ed Dowell last TuesdayA girl has come to make her home with Mr and Mrs Ed arrived July Mr and Mrs Armtiie Barnes were called to Long Hardin county last to see Mrs Barnes father who is very ill Mrs Mattie Basham of Marion Ind who has been her parents Mr and Mrs Sam has and Mrs Ernest of Marion county visited here last week Mr and Mrs Everett and mother Mrs R visited at Mr and Mrs Lamb Mrs Lizzie and Bobie Liabilities Capital stock 50000 00 II Surplus undivi ded profits 9887 47- Dividend 36 3 per 150000 II IIIIAmount itors due depos 267746 54 Total 329134 01 Very respectfullyM BEARD Cashier J Get Ready fortheNextFair September and Get ready for the FIRST DAY An extra effort make the first day attractive Running and Trotting Races Every DayIHH- aes I VfIW AftM MU eaaAd woW1liAAr 1 l I WANTED White Oak umber I We have quick delivery orders for 25 ThOUS and Feet of Good No1 and No Common White Oak Lumber for which we will pay little over the market price get quick Will take green from the saw and pay spot cash We are also market for 1st and 2nd White Oak lumber and 1st and 2ndand No Common Red and Black Oak We I want all the White Oak ties get either sawn hewn for which we pay the highest market prices I Callon us write for specifications and prices Seaton Weatherholt i CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY AWln AMVtMrwA www wwwM BLACK JACK NOTES Louisville SipseSht 3 Hollow Friday visiting Epperson returned homeMr Barnes relatives Bradley J Bradley Clarence Bradley Stithton recently Drown Sinithof Iryington IrsfEmerson r and I No Ii cent j + 1 can Mrs Philip Foushee and little son Walter of Ekron spent last Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs France Ritchie 4 Mrs W B Dowell visited her father Mr Thornhill of Harned last week Mrs Sarah A Hardesty is convales centJohn r Shacklett and Clarence Miller of Hill Grove spent last Sunday with Jim Miller Mrs Mollie Epperson is on the sick listErnest Wright who has been at work in Indiana for the past five months has returned home Ed Brown who has been a traveling tobacco drummer is at home to the delight of one of our fairest Mr and Mrs GeoPrather spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Jim Sipse Dr Geo Lesley of Missouri is visiting relatives here He spent Wed nesday with J W Downs Thursday with John Ritchie and family and is nOW the guest of Miss Lizzie Ritchie Mr and Mrs Kirby Ritchie of Rineyville spent Monday night with his parentsMr and Mrs John Ritchie Rev C W Bowlds spent Friday night and Saturday with Tom Miller and family Dr Geo Lesley spent last Tuesday I with his cousin Mrs Eugene Medley One Hundred And- Twenty Fine Turkey Black Jick July lc1Spec- Mrs John Ritchie of near Garret one hundred and twenty turkeys as frying chickens This bent success of Mrs Chas Fisher o- fdeaneWho has more than Ritchie Write to the News DoansRegulets cure const patio the stomach stimulate the liver mote digestionl and appetite and passages of ttie bowels JkdruEgUYffortkeni 25 cents IbOsn L- 1 i w F jil She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 15 wos it Announcement lIONfltlbn to Congress subject to the action or the iDemocrutlc party und voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney i JudgeHenryiCdmrnon wealths Attorney subject to the faction of the Democratic party PERSONAL r AND LOCAL improvingivLecture on educaton at thr Presbuer lap church Friday night1 44 MondaydAlbert Orum has returned from St- Louie jt Sawa yers Dont borrow the News but subscribe fopt IN Neilsen of Tar Springs has gone to Chicago fi 1l 1Mr Hallidayof Tar Springs has gone k 1to Chicago y Evansville Miss Josie Berry has been visiting in All Oxfords at costConrad SiPPels- YtheW Shoe Man t Chas Mooman ot Versailles spent Sunday here V Miss Lizzie Skillman has been visit 6 j ing in Louisville Have your photograph made at Brabandts Studio I Mrs Nathaniel Tucker has been visiting in Tobinsport r e t rsClaude Norton of Rhodelia is the xt guest of Miss Bessie Keys r Mr and Mrs James Skillaian of Owensboro were here Sunday Mrs Wilbur Gregory and baby arrived Saturday from Louisville i Werdie Graham of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison MrHawes has returned to Hawesville after a weeks stay at Tar Springs rv r Mrs Sallie Gross expects to comer a down from Holt soon for a short visit rrJ J Keenan of Tar Fork was here Saturday and visited the News office Bargain Sale at Conrad Sippels shoe store will close July 25 Dont miss it Issac Gilmour of Calhoun is the guest of his dauphter Mrs J C Epley i Mr and Mrs H L Stader went to Vine Grove Saturday to visit relatives r Miss Olive Scoggins of Mowr qua t III is the guest of Hiss Drew Gregory Mr and Mrs John Ridge and son have returned from a visit to Lou 1s ville 1Mrs V7 H Bowmer and daughter Miss Marion were in Louisville last r weekMrs i Rosa Triplett of Garfield is ex pected soon to visit her daughter Mrs Morton Mr and Mrs Sam Heudrtckson are now at their some at their bungalow on the Pike Chas Hamnmu went to Guston Fri day to embalm the body of R J PattersonMrs McAfee has returned to I Irvington accompanied by her mother Mrs Mullen Mrs G W Barrett and daughter Miss Mary are the guests of Mrs Byrne Severs Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden of Paducah have returned home after a visit to friends Mrs James Harris and daughterMiss Jennie Mabel returned Sunday front Brainerd Minn 500 beautiful pictures just received io be gives free with cash purchases at T F Sawyer Louis Sahlee was in town Saturday on business and also having a good time with his old friends Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan of Louis ville have ben visiting relatives here and at Hard in Grove Ind Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky The home of Mr and Mrs Verdie Conner was made happy Monday by the arrival of a little daughter Mrs Mary OConnell who has been ill is improving and is at the home of her son Mr John OConnell Mrs Chas Skillmau and daughter Elizabeth and Miss Lillie MuIr Waller left Saturday for Morganfield I J C Corley has returned from Deca i tur mwhere he has spent two ji months visiting Mrs Susan Powell and Mrs David Isome at Assumption Ill Mrs AR Dejarnetteof Hnrdinsburg is ill at the home of Mr and Mrs Barney Squires in the West End Dr Earnest McDonald left Sitnrday for Michigan after a visit to Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly at the Castle Try that fine quality English Break fast Ten makes the best ice tea put up in packages 45c each at T F Sawyer Eugene Haynes has gone to Durant I T Mr Haynes expects to return to Cloverport to live on account of his healthThe prices on groceries are lower at T F Saw ers than ay place in the City Also you get a Beautiful Picture Free with cash purchases Henderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Cloverport to Atlantic City and return July 30 Aug 0 Aug 13 good to return 15 days from date of sale Old Point Comfort ind return from Cloverport 1550 Tie et to be sold July 15 and Aug 1 good to return within 15 days including date of sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus 0 Reduced rates Columbus and return from Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to be sold July 10 11 12 13 and 14 good returning July 24 155 from Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Seven Hills Cnautauqua Dates of sale July 3031 and Aug 1 to 14 inclusive Good to return Aug 16 155 Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Reunion ot Kentucky Bridgade of Confederate veterans Dotes of sale July 29 30 and good to return Aug 3 Reduced rates from Cloverport to St Louis andreturn on account of Knights of Columbus National Convention Dates of sale Aug 1 2 8 and good to return Aug 16 Masonic Celebration llardinsburg 100 round trip Cloverport to Har dinsburg and return Aug 1 limited to return same day Tickets to be sold for train leaving Cloverport 1104 a m Special Tourist Fares Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Reduced fates from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 132027 Sept 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40days from date of sale Tortouring eczema spreads its burning area every day Donns Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly relieves the itching ucres it permanently At any drug stor- eSTEPHENSPORT The old flour mill has again changed hands It was sold to Julius Dutschke for 8345050 There was quite a crowd hi town Saturday to attend the sales Mrs Frank Ferry and son Miller of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E H Millet Born to the wife of Grover Jarrett a fine girl Grover is well remembered here having spept his boyhood days at this place but iis now in Dallas Texas Mrs Rhodes is the guest of her daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt Mr and Mrs R A Smith Miss Lena Payne Miss Esther Payne Miss Cecil Dix Miss Pauline Moorman Miss Corinne Conn Mr Andrew Crawford Jr and Mr Virgil Roberts attended the ice cream supper at Union Star Saturday evening Mrs M L Roberts spent a few days with her sister MrsAndrew Crawford last week Mr and Mrs S H Dix and little daughter Sarah Eliza spent the day Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Alex ander in the country Farmers are busy thrashing wheat It is much better than expected Alvin Askins is very low with lung trouble 0 Born to the wife of Edward Matheny a fine boy July 5 Mr and Mrs Wallace Skillman of Cloverport verb guests of his parents Mr and Mrs R S Skiljrnan Sunday Mrs Dr Sphires and children passed through town Sunday from a visit to Louisville en route to their home at Mooleyville RicketsSimply the visible sign that babys tiny bones are not forming rapidly enough Lack nourishmentis the cause Scotts Emulsion nourishes babys entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby needs AUTDRUGGISTSs 50c AND 100 Statement of Condition of The Two States Bank Stephensport Ky at the Close of Business une 30 1908 Resources Loans and Discounts 73 596 63 Cash in Safe 874481 Cash in other Banks 4962 74 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 5- 3TotalQ90323 72 eo eo Due I We have passed the fifth milestone our existence During that time have grown from a small beginning to a and prosperous business We have endeavored to keep abreast the times provid ing for our depositors every safe guard known to their protection and security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and fireproof safe and insurance is carried cover losses by burglary or robbery Wepay 4 per cent iuterest on time deposits which is more than any other bank Breckenridge county pays We believe in paying our patrons all can for the use their money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated that it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take this opportunity to thank our customers whose patronage helped to make this the largest and best statement our five years business RespectfullyJNO ADAIR Cashier GLENDEANE Mr and Mrs A E Smith spent Saturday and Sunday in Fords ville Miss Louise Moorman is visiting Miss Louise Beeler at Kirk Mrs Georgia Robertson Clapp of Texas is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R G Robertson Miss Isabelle Hondrick was the guest of Mbs Mollie Moorman last week Ernest Eskridge who has ill for several days is improving Miss Marie Deliaven of Mill I wood is visiting Miss Sarah Dean MoormanMiss ohnie Moorman and Miss Zoa Mattingly spent Sunday in Hardinsburg Mrs A Mattingly and children have returned to Owensboro after a visit to relatives Miss Nancy and Simon Smith have been visiting Mr and Mrs A E Smith D C Moorman has returned from Denver Col Mrs Glasscock and children are visiting friends and relatives at Concordia Miss Dixie Bailey has returned home from Missouri Mr Brown Dead J W Brown died his home near Ouster Thursday The interment took place at Garfield Saturday and the funeral services were conducted by the Masons assisted by Rev James Lewis Dies At Guston R J Patterson a man loved and honored by citizens both Meade and Breckenridge counties answered deaths call last Thursday night He died front infirmities of old age Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt spent Saturday in Owensboro Dr Frank Hook will be here from Louisville July 14 1516 to practice dentistry He will be pleased to see his patrons Mr and Mrs E J McDoualU Henderson are visiting Mrs Frank MattinglyMiss Hensley of Hardinsburg made a beautiful mission talk at the Baptist church Monday afternoon Bridges tilt Chasm Blackberry pie bridges the chasm between the millionaire and the pauper It is found on the mahogany table of the haughty society leader and on the oilcloth covered pine table of the lowly washerwoman It is on the bill of fare of the grandest hotel and is fed to the inmates of the poorhouse The rich man who rides in his gasolene buggy and the poor ramp who rides the rods under the freight car or steps from cross tie to cross tie in the blistering sun meet on a common levell at the lunch counter and both order blackberry pie In a word black I berry pie is the one article of diet which makes the whole world kin Blackberry timer good folks is here Monroe Inquire n Liabilities Capital Stock15OOOSurplus Fund 777 18 Undivided Profits 3195 09 Amount Deposi tors 71351 4- 5Total90323 72 in we large of to either in we of has in of been f at of of 00 Important Mr Jib W fiord an expert repair man isIan addition to our jewel ry departmentIi Bring your broken Wat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co + 7 + i Wa n t s1 + 1 1 restdoncetown and depot Apply iu the News ottlee FOR 8ALIi I plUNTINO Presses anti Cutting machines one lot of Rood Laundry machines GRsollneEnltlnes1AUTIN StreetLoulsvl11e CA ltlENTEIS and laborers wanted at Tar Sprtugs at once yANTKDTo sell 35 000 feet of first class WriteTFOR HEXTltlver bottom aria of 109 acres Holt Ky Fine land Iu good state of onlytrotnah Ilurdln halt Ky For Sale a Desirable Home Within ten minutes walk of Clover port in two tracts One tract of 40 acres nice comfortable cottage good as new with all necessary outbuildings and a nice fish pond located just above Tile plant on river and railroad Also 90 acres adjoining good black land part in timber and part in cultivation Will sell one or both places This is a bar gain for some one For further infor mation apply to Mrs John F Morton Cloverport K- yTOBACCO GROWERS Splendid Meeting At Hardinsburg President Berry Speaks Earn estly To The Farmers liar insburg1y July 14Special Henry S Berry Pres of the mw Green River Tobacco Growers Associa tion spoke here Saturday to a fair sized crowd of farmers He explained the plan of organization and selling and told of the strength of the organization in Daviess Hancock McLean and Ohio counties Breckenridge is the only county of the five which is not strongly represented in the association At the conclusion of his speech without a des senting voice it was voted to continue some sort of organization in this county A committee of six persons J E Monarch Hardy Walker Tint Flood Abel Cillingwators H 11 Beard and Frank Ruppert were appointed to explain the plan and to call general attention to n meeting in early August a meeting which will be thoroughly ad vertised At this meeting our county will determine whether it will organize independently or will become a part of the Green River Association Mrs James Moorman oft lende1u is the guest of Mrs R O Willis r- Ed Gregory and sons Norman and Casper papered the Methodist church Stephensport Monday I 1 rti 7 Cold LunchIs preferable to a Hot SupperDur- ing the heated term Here are a few items for a starter Saratoga Chips Deviled Ham Vienna Sau sage Sardines Salmon Deviled Crabs Chili Concarne Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce Olives Salad Dressing Pickles Bread Choose Crackers Mixed Cakes Nabisco Graham Crackers Maraschino Cherries Orange Pekoe for Ice Tea makes the very hest Ice Tea you ever drank take our word for it Apples Lemons Oranges Bananas Try some of the above especially the PAKOE TEA J C NOLTE BRO CLOVKRPOKT KY Cadick Milling Co r Sv1trpoo 1 IIDont 1 Forget Us fII When in need IIFoundry lluchineII J Jlrj t a full line of hers Supplies Milll Supff plies The best Paints i Floor Wastes Finishes Gasoline Oils andII JJGive Us Your Order ttI 1 Oncea CustomerAlwaysOn- eClover f port Foundry Machine Co r This Refers To CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who have used it are telling their friends about it Those who eat it are In quiring what brand of flour was used to make such delicious bread cakes and piesJoin the happy throng that uses CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Grandview Indiana r BANKOF i CLOVERPORTIncorporated i i CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and influence i Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLoveR PORT KY I 7 r t CLOVERPORT PLANING ILLIIGREGORY CO Proprietorsi Will do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingles Laths Lime Plaster Hair Doors and Windows Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of cost tOUr Material is the Best and Prices Low L 4T 1 I 4 J i = = r Food LLVS PUIMM 1 1IIavo never afIecteclour drinks in any way They tvoro 1j Lawsp J ii- IG fli q 1 FOR SALE BY I 1 Clover 1pat itrr F Hoysor Weisenborg Noble C L I Sippel N II Quiggins W B Oelzo m t C J Hensel Irvington J Duggins Earned Mat k ft tingly Bros Kirk N M Crews Co McQuady vT G f Morgan Co Stephensport f Carr Bottling and Manufacturing W rs Hawesville Kentucky OrV1 1 1 i t nY d Y lWlth wntU I 4L r J 4 i l LLAa 1 I ilIP i ffiII tiA-U r n i+ 1 w-r fOOD THAT MAY KILL Meals Taken Under Certain Con ditions Are Dangerous THEY SIMPLY BREED POISON One Should Never Eat When Hurried Excited Angry Anxious Grieved Worried or Shocked For at Those Times Digestion Cannot Take Place A wise man has said Circulation follows attention That Is whenever there Is need for the activity of any function the organ which performs that function receives an Increased flow of blood For Instance a man has taken a long walk and arrives homo tired anti ravenously hungry As ho enters the house he catches the aroma of cook ing food What happens Why to use a vernacular phrase his mouth waters The attention Is directed to the need of eating and the organs en gaged In eating anti digestion at once begin to got a greatly Increased supply of blood It Is out of the blood that these digestive organs manufacture tholr various fluids by which each organ accom plishes Its special Wart In the work of digestion so when an Increased quan tity of blood Is poured Into them each organ begins at ono to make large quantities of Its peculiar fluid The salivary glands nro In the mouth under the tongue mostly and when n greatly Increased quantity of blood Is sent to thorn they at onto elaboratemd pour out Into the mouth a portion of their contents so the hungry man who smells the odor of cooking food waters at the mouth Thus the mind governs the holy Now the action of the glands of the mouth which produce saliva Is exactly like the action of the glands elsewhere In the body which produce gastric juice pancreatic juice bile and other fluids through the associated action of which the process of digestion Is carried on When the hungry man smells the aroma of food there is a rush of blood to all tho digestive organs mouth stomach small intestine and liver As a result of this Increase of circulation there is suddenly poured out more digestive fid not only sa live but the others as well The gas trlc juice begins to How tho pancreas I and liver get ready and the entire dl gestive system is prepared and able tu take care of any food which Is reason able in kind and quantity The point of greatest Importance In all this is that those fluids are poured out only when the mental condition Is rIghtwhen theiv Is In tin mind u desire for fool If there should be any feeling of disinclination for food if there should liel even an indifference to food the food taken under such cir instances would not and could not bo properly digested- If there lis In the mind any feeling other than desire for food If just pre vious to eating or while eating nay thing should occur to disturb or dis tract the mind then there would IN immediate derangement of the circuit tlon Inder these circumstances tin blood would IL1 withdrawn from the 011i gestlve organs and the elaboration of tho fluids of digestionl would cease Then of course the body would be In no condition to receive or digest food Suppose that our friend returning from his long walk greeted at the door by tho odors of fragrant viands a few moments later Is untitled a telegram In forming him of the sudden death of his only son in a distant city What happens thou At once there Is a pro found change In the circulation The blood which a moment previously was massed at the stomach and other or gans of digestion nil ready to take taro of the meal is at once switched oft to the brain The man flushes and then pales His muscles lose their WhySuffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation- We are never without Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills My husband and non aged 15 were always subject to Blck headache until we began using those Pills and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they have had to use them tOt six months I recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I heard an old lady friend was sick I went to see her Sho was down with LaQrlppe and nearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntiPain Pills and left another for her to take In a short time They helped her right away and ahe says she will never bo onhusbandboth sides and I know be would have died If It hadnt been for the v PIUs In less than half an hour he was sweating and went to bed and slept MRS G H WEBB L Ausilnburg Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only W It fate to btacflt yes CUes Medical Co EHcbartInd power no arops into a cnnir rcr Imps ho weeps Hunger It is the last thing in his thoughtsIII cannot eat he cries Oh my son my sour And the same perversion of the clr dilation occurs In anger anxiety wo ry jealousy haste excitement or any other state of mental pain or Imiule tude All these conditions simply pu the digestive organs for the time oar of business Food taken under such conditions cannot possiblyl be digested Instead It will ferment putrefy in tht system and will be the cause of dis comfort of disturbed function of dis ease perhaps of death Does this seem extreme Let me tell you a story A great strong big breasted energetic man comes in from a days fishing He Is delightfully tired hungry as a bear At the ho tel he ands waiting for him a telegram bad news He says I cant eat His friends persuade him lIe eats a hearty meal In two hours he is dead It IIs a true story f know of a score of such casesAnd from all this what can we learn t We can learn this We must not eat when we aro hurried excited angry grieved anxious worried or shocked for food at such times will do us only harm will perhaps send us with In decorous promptitude to that bourn from which no traveler returns Foo taken under such conditions will not digest but will promptly begin to de compose forming poisons that will pro duce any one or more of a numberless multitude of symptoms ranging from simple headache to death from heart failure W It C Latson M D In New York Tribune Excusable Mrs SuburbaniteJahn thats twice youve como home and forgotten to bring the lard Mr Suburbanite Its so greasy It flipped my mind Judge Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cures it in a few hours Relieves any pain in nay part- FREAKS OF CLOCKS Electric Storms May Stop Them and May Also Start Them A watch may need cleaning when It Is not dirty ht all said a watchmaker quoted in the Washington Post This sometimes accounts for a great deal of misunderstanding between the owner of a now watch and the watch maker to whom It is brought for ex amination Furthermore a watch I which has never been worn may need cleaningA reason is that oil in n watch may havo dried up around the pivot and become sticky thus causing a watch to go very slowly or stop en tirely in which case of courso it needs not only cleaning but the addition of fresh oil The oil which IB considered best for watches Is made from the porpoise or blackish jawbone Theso oils have a most disagreeable odor slid have to be treated chemically before being used The skeleton of the fish with only the head left on is hung in the hot sun for several days and the oil al lowed to ooze out slowly All the volatile parts of the oil are naturally neutralized In this manner and the oil collected is said to remain fluid and clear when It comes In contact with metal for as long as ten years Makers of chronometers are espe cially scrupulous in the preparation of oils owing to the accuracy which is demanded of these delicate timepieces and often prepare their own Oil by mixing porpoise sperm olive and neatsfoot and a small quantity of mineral oil When these oils are mixed It Is customary to keep them In an uncorked bottle exposed to the sun This Is done to allow all foreign and coloring substances to fall to the bottom after which the oil Is filtered through a mixture of charcoal dust and animal charcoal Clocks sometimes stop running for no apparent reason During an elec trlc storm it is not uncommon for them to stop abruptly only to resume their regular functions with as much accu racy as over after a certain Interval of time This Interval may be only for a few moments or It may be for years On the other hand electric storms have been known to be responsible for the starting of old clocks which have remained mute and Inactive for years Imagine the utter amazement of the members of the household upon suddenly hearing the solemn ticktack of a stately old hall clock which from all appearance had long ago retired from active service The Serious Breton The Breton Is stalwart in stature and stern and serious In disposition Ho has hewed his life out amid the serious things and along the rocky roads His bronzed face looks austere but beneath his blue blouse beats a heart warm and true Tho primitive simplicity of his life and the intenseness of his religion give the Breton short view of the fri volities of existence lIe carries his religion Into his dally life and work and along all the roads are gaudy cru- cifIxes which the peasants never pass without kneeling and crossing them selves It Is characteristic of all these Brittany folk that they mind their own business I dont know what the result would be If you were to try a joke on thorn I should bo afraid to undertake it Life is a serious problem to the Breton It is homespun for him even though the rest of France may be ar rayed in silks He has worked out an existence against great odds and It bad given him a character and physique which make him notable among his fellow countrymenFrank Presbrey in Outing Magazine J t THE TREE FROGI Its Power of Changing Color For Self Protection The tree frog Is found throughout the eastern United States ranging west to Kansas and Texas and north into Canada It inhabits woods and or chards and Is found on trees stonewalls fences and houses The eggs which are deposited early in May un attached singly or in small groups to grass or dead stems at the surface of tho water Early In July the young have passed through the tadpole stage and leave the water They are green at first but soon turn to gray or gray and green The tree frog Is largely nocturnal In habits and feeds on In sects It is notable for Its many color changes and varies from almost white to green or dark brown or various cow binations of green and gray While the tree frog is common throughout the eastern United States Its purring trill is far more familiar than the frog itself owing to Its retir ing habits and powers of resembling in color the object on which it rests The tree frog Is thus one of the best us well as one of the most familiar exam ples of what Is called protective cob ration a resemblance in color between any animal and its surroundings that renders it Inconspicuous and enables It to elude the eyes of animals Mss Mary Dickerson In The Frog Book says The color varies greatly at different times and in different con ditions In bright light and high tem peraturo it may be yellowish white with no markings In a dark moist or cool place It may be deep stone gray or brown When the background of color is green his characteristic mark ings may or may not appear The changes of color are not rapid an hour at least seeming necessary to create any radical difference But It Is usual ly true that the given dress harmonizes so perfectly with the surroundings that the tree frog Is as invisible as though he were Perseus hi his charmed lid met First Aid Mr Figgins the head of the family observing that the eaves over his kitchen had become clogged by mi tumu I loaves climbed a tree standing near the house with tho intention of removing the obstruction Just as lie was about to scoop out a handful of the leaves the dead limb on which he was standing gave way and he start ed to fall Instinctively grasping at other limbs and managing to get his legs round the trunk of the tree lie checked his fall and hung there head downward holding on with all hla might Sophia he yelled Come out here quick1 Mis Figgins terribly alarmed came hurrying out Oh Arthur she exclaimed how did that happen Never mind how It happened ho shouted Got a cbalr The chair was brought Now stand up on It Arthur Im not strong enough to help you down Ill get down nil right he punted as soon as I can get right end up ward What I want you to do is to take this fountain pen out of the hold er in my vest pocket Its leaking lik- eanytlmlugYouths Companion Origin of Robin Adair Those who have a leaning to the son timental side of history will accept the version that the hero of the ballad was a young and handsome Irish surgeon who finding his way Into London soci ety about the middle of tho eighteenth century was fortunate enough to se cure the affections of Lady Caroline Keppel daughter of William second earl of Albcmarle and his wife Lady Anne Lennox daughter of Charles first duke of Richmond The match was naturally looked on with disfavor by the family of the young lady and It was during a period of temporary separation that Lady Caroline Is said to have written the words of Robin Adair and set them to the old Irish tuno of Eileen Aroon which she had learned from her lover At length however love triumphed and the until were united on Feb 22 1758 Within a few days Adair was appointed In spector general of the military hos pitals and subsequently becoming a favorite of the king was made sur geon general kings sergeant surgeon and surgeon of Chelsea hospital He died In 1700 leaving an only son who entered the diplomatic service and became the Right lIon Sir Robert Adair G C B London Notes and Queries Order of the Golden Horseshoe How many persons have ever heard of the Order of tho Golden Horseshoe the first order founded in America In 1724 when Virginia extended from the Atlantic Into the unknown west few of her colonists had crossed the Blue Judge or the Allcghanles So full of dangers from savages and wild beasts and so full of natural difficulties was the passago of these terrible heights that Governor Spotswood set ting out to discover a pass looked on the expedition as so hazardous that he took with him a guard of soldiers gentlemen and pioneers armed and carrying provisions These scaled the pass with great hardships and perils and returned after the governor had cut the name of King George in time rocks on the highest peak He then constituted the society or order of the Golden Horseshoe Each man who had sealed this high pass was tqado a member of It and to each one he presented a golden horseshoe On the silo was inscribed In Latin So It Pleases Him to Cross Mountains Any man thereafter who could prove that he had read with his own eyes the name of the king on the height was entitled I to become a member of this or fier Chicago Eecord Herald i The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARDPresident Ml H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as f the best banks in this state pay and as much as any bank can afford to pay t e A eAlt rM Louisville Evansville CoIN- COnrOUATEDI PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisvill S 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisvillo Mondays Wednssdays Fridays and Soturdays at 4 p m Freight shipped by this lins delivered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennossee river points Write for folder General of fIces 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis yule Ky T L BENNETT G F P A GEO H WILSON Supt What Gluten Is What is pinion V Well spend ten minutes and tlud outnot all about it but something about it Obtain a heaping tablespoonful of white flour Add a little water to it iu a saucer and dough it into a compact ball Turn on the tap in the sink and let the water drip from your hands as you roll the ball between your palms The ball will grow less anti less and the water will be white with starch cells held In suspension In ten minutes more or less the water will run clean and clear and you appear to have a nodule of yellow firm vegetable gum which you are tempted to call pure gluten Become a gum chewer for once and keep achewlug for a couple of hours At the end of this time the quantity of gluten is less than when you It from the hydrant What has toolII pened 7 You have simply mechanically crushed anti broken tho gummy mass exposing the Infinitesimally fine starch coils to the moisture of the mouth and the washing out of the raw Insoluble starch has continued just an extension of the slink washing process with greater mechanical elaboration to ex pose time entangled starch cell Now take the piece of gluten to an analytic chemist When his report comes you road starch 15 or 18 or maybe InII pOI cent gluten 85 82 or SO per cent and begin to appreciate for the first time what real gluten Is Scientific American Boys Life Saved My little boy four years old had a severe attack of dysentery We had two physicians both of them gave him up We theugave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy which cured him and believe that saved his life William H Stroling Carbon Hill Ala There is no doubt but this remedy saves the lives of many children each year Give it with castor oil ac cording to the plain printed directions anda cure is certain For sale at Seyers drug store Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Provnloncy of Kldncr Disease Most people do not realize the alarm lag increase and remarkable prevaiencv of kidney disease While kidney disorders are the most common diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who contort themselves oriuIinalThere is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all bothsentfreelby Dinghamton uomoor nwnmtitoor writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember th IHoetI 501 n orr bottln oc i p Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 Eskridge W Beard Richardson Kincheloe Beard safely W II BOWMER President A B SKJLLMAN Cashier F L LionxrooT Vlcelresldent CHAB SKILLMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid time Business great and small solicited The Carlsbad of America and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 2 pm Rockport 715am 2 pm II Cannelton 7 15 am 2 pm II Tell City 7 2 pm cC Troy 735 2 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WEBB W HUNTER Jr FSecretary w ftiA 1M W ti 1JMfRt I WANTEDwant thirty girls my Tomato Cannery Kings III Wages good and light No machinery or in peeling room Good board 250 week in Christian families I Apply at once to C L BeardHARDINSBURG tSeason will open about July 20 An elephant from twelve eighty He draw a lift a ton carry three his rolling Australia a fairly smooth surface will together a group contain a magnetic Morris M II 2 2 II 2 The most and Ifirstclass making rate Street pass I J to almost T D Treasurer tJ 1 to work in at work at per can baclr placed ere G V in am am am am cars A Millionaires Baby attended by the highest priced bab specialist could not be cured of stomas or bowel trouble any quicker or wire r than your bahy if you give it McGee dysentaandb 50ie1U ceots v 11 i V SARTORIAL DILEMMAS i Weighty Problems That Are Puzzling Our English Cousins A problem Is put forward by a writer In a contemporary w hlch gives food for thought It Is this Suppose by porno combination of circumstances you were faced by the alternative of wcai ing a frock coat with brown boots Which would be the better way out o- fUto wear u bowler or a tall hut As the writer justly remarks If you wear a bowler then the thing you have to explain away la the coat If you wear a tall hat you have only the boots to account for We should advise those of our readers who find one uiornlni that nit the wearing apparel In th house had been stolen during the nigh with the exception of a frock coat waistcoat trousers shirt collar vest tie a pair of brown boots and two hats one tall the other roundto cut the Gordlan knot by staying In bed Another of lifes dilemmas which may taco the traveler down the world dusty highway has to do with collars Suppose on arriving at a house for n week end and starting to dress for dinner you find that your evening col mars have got wetted by your sponge or otherwise defaced Should you wen a clean double collar or a dirty ortho dox evening collar In the former cast tjrou will be natty but a thing of loathing to all properly constituted men In the latter you will give the impression that you cannot afford the services of a laundryLondon Globe NAPOLEONS HABITS PerjfIt is pleasant to learn if one has Na poltjon I on tho hero list that he hoc very dainty habits In personal matters that he was fastidiously clqan in hIs person according to an article In a French contemporary and poured eau do cologne iato the water he washed In then sponged his head with perfume and finally poured the remainder pf tho contents of the flask over his neck and shoulders He was also extravagantly fond of clean linen and during his campaigns had relays of It sent to different places In those days Jitdid not cost a farm to have starched things laundered for in account with aiamous laundress in Paris the cm perors linen for one wash amounted to 3S0 pieces and cost only a trifle over o204 QJhisJ strikes nn American as very reasonable but his majesty never wore1 any artlcle but once and as he always undressed blrasclf without aid from hlstyalet his garments were literally casino the four corners of the room Napoleons bill for eau do cologne however exceeded the washerwomans by or large majority It Is a relief to karti that the Little Corporal was s- otJqh a dude Some of his predecessors t lnthe Tullcrles were not blessed with sucliexcellent habits It history is to be rolled upon t To Make Waxed Paper Jg1s is used for keeping substances w jhcontain either a volatile aromatic Ingredient or grease which would pen elnt1 through ordinary paper On n flatfcshcet of copper over a gentle fir- eplacoa sheet of paper as a base and ttientldyi a second sheet on the top of tnaffirst Coat this second sheet with DOCTORS ORDER tFoifa ASCUTCUM3Eczema I Months70isease i i FPain and Itching were TerribleII CURED AFTER OTHER v PRESCRIPTIONS FAILED i IWhen I was small I was troubled vwith eczema for about three months It was all over my face and covered nearly j3tateJl and the pain and itching were I doctored with an able physician for ttsome time and was then advlBed by him Itodid and I was entirely cured 1 have 7not boon bothered with it since I used frCuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment butdo not know exactly how much was xused to complete the cure I can safely say that Cuticura did a lot for me Miss MAnabel Wilson North Branch Mich 1007llx CURED Remedies in w V Three Days After Six I 1r Months of Suffering I urTercd fully six months The troublo began on my arms in little trcd pimples and It was not long before Syas all over my body limbs face ands It was so back that I could night or day and durlng tho II fourI4and spent at least twenty dol find a euro but nono could I Then I saw tho Cuticura cig and the next dayo some for seventyfive cents I used thorn and I k t1ed Df the itching in three days 00never had a sign of any skin iifaco The Cuticura Remedies igbnly remedies to use for skin Ip they have cured me and they y othersin the same way J W fl Holloway R2ev 1000 paranteedlitp tAct t1A coa hp f be IU- l5OQa c yjaf1 10 00- 1De Ole 1It14 t9otJkMtoDtlcu Hoot Via Nkla 1Ynur- tt II lAMA I How many American women in lonely homes today long for this blessing to come into their lives and to be able to utter these words but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them Every woman interested in this preparationaccomplished by the use o- LYDIAEPINKHAIYTS VEGETABLE COMPOUNO Mrs Maggie Gilmer of West Union S Owrites to Mrs Pinkham III was greatly rundown in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex when Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound was recommended to me It not only restored me to perfect health but to ny delight I am a mother BardstownKYiwrlteS myVihysicianfailedto table Compound not only restored mo to perfect health but I am now aproud motherFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bearing down feeling flatulency indices prostrationWhy Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass yellow or wnite wax ana aistnoutc the latter uniformly over the entire sheet by means of a sponge exerting a lit tie pressure till the paper is every where transparent and consequently permeated by the wax If the fire it too feeble the process will be retard ed Too powerful a flame is still more harmful as the paper is liable to become brown or black Stearin may be used instead of wax Der Industries Geschaftsmann Sure to Be There An old Scotch farmer was lying on what he thought was his deathbed He began to give orders to his wife about his funeral and the people to bo Invlt cd His wife knowing that he was not dying paid but little attention to his requests and this so enraged the farm er that he ruse on his elbow and cried outWhat need I speak Therell In1 northing dune rlcht unless Im therr myseni His wife patting him on the shoulder replied Toots man Bauldyl Keep yer mln easy Yell bo tho prln clpal man thereGlasgow Times S Where They Gas Away Of the late Langdon Smith the bril liant journalist and author of New York a Dener reporter narrated anec dotes the other day- I remember he said my first visit to Washington Smith big and hand some and vivacious showed me about From an eminence a great pale dome rose up against the bluo sky the dome of the capitol What is that said I IIThnU said Smith Oh thats the national gas works In One Lesson HeYour sister said she couldnt danceSheWell can she Yes I made her We hadnt been en the floor a minute when I stepped on her foot You Just ought to have eeen her Yonkers Statesman Misnamed TowneWhy do you call young Fetherbrnne Cholly His flrs name is Noah BrowneYes but thats so inappro priate Noah had sense enough to get In out of the rain Philadelphia Press He who will not reason is a bigot he who cannot is a fool he who dares jot is a slaveByron An Anticlimax Sir Henry Irving was frequently a victim to the Interjections of gallery gods When playing Macbeth one night ho hud reached that dramatic moment lit the banquet scene when in dreadful fear ho bids tho ghost of Bauquo to vanish Hence horrible shadow Unreal mockery hence II- be exclaimed and shuddering convul ilrely dropped to his knees covering ltls face with his robe As tho ghost yalaheJa shrill voice In the gallery I ItsaltII I A COMETS TAIL The Way This Filmy Dust Train Ile Tossed About by the Sun No bridal veil was ever so filmy as a comets tail Hundreds of cubic miles of that wonderful appendage are out weighed by a Jarful of air By means of the spectroscope we have magically transported this fairy plume to our laboratories and hav discovered that it is akin to the bluo flame of our gas stoves for the gas by which we cook and tho delicate tresses of a comet both consist of corn blnatlons of hydrogen and carbon api proprlately called by chemists hydro carbonsWhen it first appears in the heavens far removed from the sun a comet iIs a tailless blotch of light As a comet swims on toward the sun tho hydrocarbons of the tall split up under the increasing heat into hydrogen gas and hydrocarbons of a blgher boiling point With a still closer approach to the sun these more resistant hydrocarbons eventually yIeld to the increasing heat and are decom posed in the form of soot Interplanetary space is airless hence the soot cannot burn It must pursue the comet in the form of a dust traIn The particles constituting that traIn aro small enough to be toyed with by the pressure of sunlight No matter where the comet may be In its orbit whether it has just entered the solar system or is speeding away that plume is inevitably tossed away from the sun just as if n mighty wind wero blowing it from the central luminary The appendage of shining dust is the symbol of the triumph of light over solar gravitation Harpers Magazine Over ThirtyFire Years In 1872 there was a great deal of diarrhoea dysentery and cholera in tan turn It was at this time that Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought into use It proved more successful than any other remedy or treatment and has for thirty five years maintained that record From a small beginning its sale and use has extended to every part of the United States and to many foreign countries Nine druggists out of ten will recommend- it when their opinion is asked although they have other medicines that pay them a greater proM It can always be de pended upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases For sale at Severs drug store SHE WAS INSULTED The Sting In the Letter That Came For Her Husband Harry love sid Mrs Knew to her husband when he entered his home n few evenings ago Ive been dreadfully Insulted Insulted repented Mr Knew Indignantly By whom By your mother My mother Flora Nonsense dear Shes the kindest woman In the world And how could she Insult you She Isnt here shes miles away But Harry she did insult me per sIsted Flora and it was done In a letterShow It to me Ill tell you about it A letter came for you this morning addressed In your mothers handwriting and so ot course I opened it Of coiirM said Mr Knew dryly- It wax written to you all the way through yet understand Yes 1 undertsnnd that but when does the Insult to you come in In the postscript When I read along to that it said Dear Flora Dont fAil to give this letter to Harry I wanfllhnto have It Now tell me wasnt that an insult Pearsoni Weekly It Cant Be Beat The best of nil teachers is experience C5M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says I find Electric Bitters does all th ts claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles It cant be beat I have tried it and find ita- most excellent medicine Mr Harden- is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all ruu down conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at ieyerr drug store 5oc Submarine Navigation Tho idea of tho submarine is certaIn- ly as much as 200 years old but most of the earlier plans were flat failures In 1774 an inventor named Day lost hIs lifo during an experimental descent In Plymouth sound Bushnell of Connecticut in 1775 contrived a subma rino vessel propelled by some kInd oif screw Robert Fultoii also in 1701 Invented a box which when filled with combustibles might be propelled under water and made to explode under the bottom of a ship It is hard to say who was the originator of the idea 01 the submarine boat unless it was Day New York American Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved Him 10000 In 1902 I had a very severe attack of diarrhoea says R N Farrar of Cat Island La For several weeks I was unable to do anything On March 18 1907 I had a simular attack and took Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhdea Remedy which gave me prompt relief I consider it one of the best medicines of its kind in the world and bad I used It in 1002 believe it would have saved me a hundred dollar doctors bill Sold at efera drug store c a LAKE MANGISHLAK Its Strongly Perfumed Watcs Are Mauve In Color Grasse clinging to Its Alp high above the Mediterranean is supposed to give the stranger a headache on ac count of its perfume said a perfumer Grasse makes the worlds perfumes You see mountains of flowers there ns in a milling country you see moun tains of wheat The odor is powerful but as far as headaches no But in the Caspian district there Is a lake so strongly perfumed that if the stranger bouts on it or swims in it he really gets a headache This lakes banks are of white salt crystals Its waters are mauve in color and from 1 It an odor of violets Is exhaled It is Lake Manglshlnk I visited iIt to see It I couldnt bottle It up and put it on the perfume market No go You see it is the presence of the seaweed Polydcystla violacea that gives the lake its hue and smell When you bottle the waters the seaweed at oms after a few days dlo and rot Then the odor changes from violet to pah I But if you ore ever In the Caspian visit the Manklshlak peninsula and take a look at the lake It is in its way as curious as the asphalt lakes of South America New Orleans TimesDemo crat Constipation Fot constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels with out any disagreeable effect Price 26 cents iSamfles freeSevers drugstore THE MUSIC HATER And the Great Things That He Misses In His Defect What a puzzle music must be to those unfortunate people stricken with spiritual cecity to whom the art Is no more than so much sound and fury signifying nothing They know that to others it constitutes a whole world of experience yet are themselves ex cluded from that world by an insuperable barrier They must take It on faith as the color blind must take the rainbow and the sunset If they are honest with themselves they will admit and lament this de feet of sense accepting the unavolda ble gazing wistfully at tho walls that separate them from n realm of whose glories they know from trustworthy report but into which they may not enter Sometimes says the Dial they are not honest with themselves aver ring the very existence of the realm to be a fable and those who claim Its franchise to be self deluded finding realities In what are but vain Imagin jugs They allow music to be sound more or less agreeable but they stout ly deny although in the face of an overwhelming mass of testimony that it has any spiritual meaning The province of music Is the entire emotional and spiritual life and the Intellect although a necessary philosoph- Ical concept Is no more to be caught by itself than those equally necessary ah stractlons the perfect pendulum and the economic man Science comes near est to being pure when it takes the mathematical form but wo cannot forget Keplers spiritual exaltation In con templation of his laws of ranetary mo tion and we may also recall what Abt Vogler thought about the whole matter Tho rest may reason and welcome Tls we musicians know What are the substantial of life Science Is certainly one of them but there are at least three others art eth ics and rellgionand If we allow that the one Is only here mid then touched with emotion till other three are surely suffused with It through and through And the relation of music to all three of them as surely needs no argument In Its proof for music Is Itself nn art It Is a potent Influence upon character and It Is of the very essence of religion But being as much more than sound as poetry Is more than words printed In black Ink upon white paper the character of miNe ns an art Is beyond cavil and any likening of Its effect to that of food upon the palate Is supreme ly ridiculous There are many Indeed who would go so far as to call it tho highest of the arts holding with Pater that every art constantly aspires toward the condition of music which Is the true type or measure of perfected art If the philosophers are right when they urge that sympathy Is the founda tion of the moral life what more re mains to be said in behalf of music as an effective Influence upon conduct The great composer beyond any other artist takes us Into his intimacy Im parts to us the contagion of his spirit Women loves a clear rosy complexion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy sound health A Rare Souvenir A curious souvenir is preserved In the Bank of England in the shape of a note for 1000 with which Admiral Lord Cochrane paid his fine when he was falsely accused of spreading with an interested object a rumor that Bonaparte was dead in 1814 so as to cause a rise in the price of stocks The sum mentioned was raised in sub scriptions of a penny by his Westminster constituents The note is indorsed with the name of the intrepid but 111 used salt and has inscribed on it a sentence In which ho expresses the hope that one day he will prove hIs innocence and triumph over his ac lusers That consummation was not erected until eighteen years later wheat be was reinstated by William IV London Telegraph u I Real Estate DepartmentjDo you want to buy a farm or businecs a If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno De Babbaoe AvenueWellSI 750 1M acres on tfardlnsburg and milesfroma good bh barn SO acres In oak and beech timberBeechbehauledLImestonelundtobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments poll SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician in a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just stepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling Kor further partic ulars address JNO D UABBAGE Oloyer port Ky K 3 9503i2 acres on Hardlnsburg and f iis of Sinking road 2 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith sbop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onothlrd cash and good easy terms on balance fromv600In good shapo good fouclug one good delHUK house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 80x48 feet 1 neverfulling spring two ponds This IIs good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In timber white oak sugar tree and hooch balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to StephensportSH miles and good road to Ilol 1H miles This farm Is not worn out It is good land and In good fix Just the farm for a man with a small family recommend 800 0 Cloverport ODJIoverportdwelling acresInbalance cultivation Goodlimestonelocated balance 850j2 BowlingsmeJldwe1l1Dgsi and2iFoshbalance 20000poundst On71 tarmtoruncuttimberThisIsSales 6000 Year A splendid store good a Post in connection year from railroad Here is opportunity a with a capital right business particulars writett D BABBAGE Cloverport 1V aeDSa+ NtMr H t How do You get Your Water Several Ways to Doof IIThere e hygienic laborsaving convenient or backbreaking in your well water in a pail from your soring If using these unhandy uneconomical unsatisfactoryif 11or methods da well to investigate System Domestic Supply a have system installed in your homeland after a minutes work each morning it to have water direct from or spring to part of or premises simply opening at point where water desiredAll work day be done at time by a special hand air pump is easily operated with hand I If us we gladly furnish information re garding our J THE HOWARD MFG GO Cloverport Ky1- aAvee1t J From REMUSSTHE HOME MAGAZINE for Judge Stubbytoes CourtB- y ALAN ROGERS If Itt not too much troubla Do you to know A young man round Judge Stubbytoi Of SqueexemHuggem Or CleanemScrubbem Br stat other great firm of t CoT Im defendant plaintiff happens the very Best The World Affords It me unbounded pleasure to Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W lenkins Chapel Hill N C convinced its best salve world affords It cured fellon on it fails to heal every burn or which it is applied at Severs Drug Store i 103 acres miles from fmmonts 6room barn 28x38 and other out buildings 12 acres In orchard In state of good Two wheat Well for market Onethirdcash on easv terms acre farm 4i miles from Clo acres cleared land In six acres of the land there are small farm A business stand house stock goods will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 year office which pays about 120 per Three miles station on branch a fine for man small to drop into a good For further JNO Ky 1V rr are method or rope pump cistern and tote you are and think aboutit you will the for Water At small first cost you can this doing few enables you cool flow well cistern any the by the vave the for the may one that one will write will you full system UNCLE June happen here Named Lovtm of S In at A most serious ease Of a assault In Face vi Face demurs So often occurs It each night In same place gives of I am the a my thumb and never sore wound to 25c x I feet wood the you loving Which the Now could I but find Young Judge Stubbytoe The trial would end IIn a moment or eo For hed fine me lust thlt r-On sweet good nlght kiss Which Ive waited to pay for aa hour or 10 f J Just Exactly RightrflI have used Dr Kings J jrTPills for several years nd fict exactly right say s Mr Ai Harrisville N Y New WWV l lieve without the least discern Arty remedy for constipation billioui ntlUlmalaria 25c at Severs drug s efarf+ 1I iiU ct i t Where Mother Is Oldfashioned flowers with fragrance sweet Bloom whore mother is I Lifes a psalm a song replete With joy where mother is There all woes and sorrows cease Naught but rest and heavenly peace Dwells where mother is The jostling crowd the wearing din Are not where mother is The flaunting rags of shame and sin Reach not whore mother is Heartsick braintired nervewracked soul Before thy teardimmed eyes a goal Exists where mother is All grief and doubt andunbelief Flee where mother is Hope and faith and sweet relief Come where mother is Mother mother name most sweet Heaven guide my weary feet Home where mother is Maxwells Talisman I WHAT HAVE YOU 100 YEARS OLD I p1 tI The News wants to know about relics of byhoneIftI YJ days If you have a piece of furniture an inter j esting book a picture of any note or anything M YI else that is worthy of mention and not less than ai a hundred years old write us w ASSISTANT EDITOR CLOVERPORT KY f = CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE FARMERS BANK Of Hardmsburt t Ky at the close of business June 30 1908 Resources Loans and Discounts S 7917808 Bonds 5200 00 Cash and due from Bks 17825 fO Banking House and Lot 1500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 875 00 Overdrafts J 536 17 105111 95 The above statement correct D HITES RUN Fiftythre attended Sunday school Sunday Mill Stella Walker was at New lletbell Sunday the guest of the Misses Burdette and wife of Owens boro cute Thursday to visit relatives lilies Bertha Smith and Alice Wag goner were the guests of Miss Viola spin Wednesday loom to the wife of Ben Lou Ball a boyMrs Nora Thurman and daughter Lola were at New Bethel Sunday Roy Chapin and Herman Waggoner were at New Bethel Sunday Tom Jennings of New Bethel is ill of typhoid fever His sister Maud is getting better Miss Flora Walker went to Miss Maud Jennings Tuesday who has had a case of the typhoid fever for five weeks Knott Hardin and sister Clara and Misses AliceOllie and Dora Waggoner attended church at Clover Creek Sun day Mr Hardin and sister were guests of the Misses Waggoner to home of Mr and Mrs William Gibson was brightened Tuesday July 7 by the arrival of a fine boy Mrs Melissa Chapin who has been sick for some time was able to out to Sunday school Sunday The apple crop is small this year Farmers very busy in their crops IL MrsLula Elder and daughter Lucile visited Benedict Elder and family last week Mrs Adelia Ely the is visiting her daughter Mrs Emma Hardin Mr and Mrs Wm Morton have dis continued their grocery business In the t End and have moved to Mike w Liabilities Capital Stock 15000 00 Surplus 1000 00 Undivided Profits 211 19 Due Natloual Banks 52 17 Deposits 8612129 10541195 is Respectfully JllO ShaW Cashier JordrfTboows see dinnerThe be are COUNTY CAPITAL i I NEWS HAPPENINGS Work Commenced on Brecken ridge fair Concessions Alassi Aleeiing of Voters Called J INTERESTED IN LOCAL OPTION Joe Sorshell of Owensboro was in town Monday Mrs Amiel Oelze of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs Chas M Heston Sunday Mrs A M Kincheloe the guest of her sister Mrs 0 R Hardin of Cloverport this wetkuMr and Mrs L B McCubbins left yesterday for Southern California their future home Miss Louise Beeler of Kirk and guest Miss Louise Moorman of Glen deane were in town Friday Marriage licences Grover Bruner Nellie Morris W S Payne and Reptie SniderThe young people took supper at the lake Tuesday evening after which they repaired to the home of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beam where with music games and refreshments a most pleasant evening was passed The skating rink was open Friday night in honor of the visitors in townC Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard entertained Thursday eyeuing in honor of their guest Miss Maxwell of Louisville Miss Arrie Robertson of Glendeane was the guest of Mrs Wm Hensley MondayErnest Haswell left Saturday for Hop kinsville where he accepts an asylum appointment until he returns to Gin I ciunqti in October to resume1his a studios Miss Nell Moorman of Glendoane was the guest of Mrs D R Murray Saturday and Sunday Prof Gillis representing the State University was here last week Miss Jennie Green of Falls of RoughIi and her visitor Miss Ann Eliza Robertson of Elizabethtown were guests of Mrs M H Beard a part of last week The election commissioners met Mon day and named the officers to hold the subdistrict trustee elections for public school August 1 Mrs J H Pile has returned from weeks visit to Mrs Orrin Hardin near CloverportRev Mrs George H Hayes of Henderson are guests of Mr and Mrs Clayton Beard Misses Florence and Elizaboth Hal demanreturned to Louisville Saturday after a pleasant visit to Mrs Morris Beard The District Conference of the Meth odist Episcopal church colored began its session here last night Dr McMulleen of McDaniels was here Saturday and conditionally purchased the Fielding Guthrie property on Louisville Street Dr McMullen expects to move to Hnrdinsburg about Sept 1 Mrs Josie Jolly of Centertown tis visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Jolly Misses Leah Meador and Mabel Scott of Big Spring and Verne Eskridge of Owensboro are guests of the Misses EskridgeThe meeting at the Bap tist church yesterday was well attended and a well arranged program was carried out These good ladies are doing a great work Dinner was spread in the yardWheat threshing is going on on the outskirts of the town Attend the temperance rally here MondayTeachers examination will be held here Friday and Saturday of this week Dennie Sheeran has bought the half interest in the livery stable formerly owned by his rartner Will Beauchamp Mr Sheeran is now the proprietor uric owner Mr Beauchamp will go Weston a prospecting trip Miss Mary Walls entertained th younger set Monday evening The arduous task of redistricting the schools of the county is completed Wit the large number of small schools iin Breckenridge it has been impossible to make an entirely satisfactory disposition especially whers several small ones areI in the same neighborhood Road supervisor J V StClair ranI the tine of a pitchfork into his foot las week and is barely able to be about There will be a mass meeting of theI voters of the couuty at the Court House next Monday All who are interestedI in the success of local option at the ap proaching county election are invited to bo in attendance All petitions for election are to be sent in at once to the proper persous The sale of the Dieckman property tt Stephensport conducted by The Bank of Hardinsbuig Trust Co was well at tended The mill was bought by Julius Dutschke for 34501 01 the lot at Rome Ind was bought by Finley Miller There was a small amount of personal property which was sold at fair figures Those attending from here were Morris Eskridge Finley Miller Morris Beard and GUll Brown The Beckcnridge hair has com menced work on the new horse burn and on the new Floral Hall Foral Hall will be a commodious and well finished building with abundance of light located near the West end of the Grand Stand The splendid display made by tics ladies last year certainly entitled them to more comfortable quarters and an opportunity to better display their exhibits The management has re ceived its advertising matter sad will have it istributed and posted in a short time They have spared no expense along this line and have made the most pretentious display of any fair In the aisle Some of the matter distributed- by this fair is quite expensive and is not d by any one in this state excepting the Louisville Horse Show Fine Tobacco The best tobacco crop of the season is on the farm of J M How a ard near Glondean This tobacco ish being giown by James Polk Ray mcr is of the onesucker typo and- a very fine grade Mr Raymer is a tobacco grower of wide experience andanyone interested in tobacco would do well to learn and put into practice his nethod of producing the best result in the growing rtTHE PLAIN TRUTH What Wore Can Cloverport Peo pie AskI When well kpowri residents and high ly respected people of Cloverport make such statements as the following must carry conviction to every reader 1J C Weatherholt living ou High St Cloverport Kv says Two years ago I did not think it possible that I would ever be a well man and in fact I setteledII- a up my affairs believing it would not be possible for me to last much longer cannOt describe the misery I from pains through my back and when ever I stooped they would become so sharp that it really felt as if some one were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I often became dizzy dark spots would float before my eyes bad I would have to grasp something to ktep fromfalling- My joints became swollen to twice their natural size end I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton My kidne secretions contained a sediment an doctors medicines did net help me nor did the many guaranteed cures that I took It was finally my good fortune to hear about Doaus Kidney Pills and I Immediately procured a box at Fishers drug store I was surprised at the re sults received and before I had used the contents of the first box there was a marked improvement in my condition Thus encouraged I continued thew until completely cured and I am now as well as any man in the county I give Doans Kidney Pills the credii aud recommend them at every opportunity For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole acents for the United StatesRemember the name loans and take no other Joe Alulliatten Writes Carters Banding Mr Allen Kingsbury the Cloverport humorist seems to be in a quandary Wonders what has become of us with lour cap Wonder if he thought for a moment we would skiddoo bareheaded if there was anything to wear in sight ouer hat off to this Cloverport wit go away back and sit down quietly without thihs insult is too much for us It caused our getIthrough with Mr Kingsbury he will not only find us there with our cap ou but right under his nose with the mit1J There is an old grudge that is causing all this trouble Several years ago we MrtKingsbury met us at the door with that four acre smile he always meets his customers with slapped us on the back and says Dial can I do anything for you today Yes says I Are you in the market for hickory nuts this season Yep what do you want for them The deal was made Allen didnt ask us how many we had for sale The next morning a carload was switched at Clover port consigned to Nolte Bros billed from Carters Landing The blow al most killed Allen didnt know for hisI life what he would do with so many hickory nuts but before he left the 3e pothe received a telegram stating thatI Japan had declared war against RussiaI A happy thought struck him he would sell the whole carload to Japan for am munition He unloaded cm the Japanese Government at a large profit Japan IIhimIII thanksJoe Mutilation JrII Every time that a report is pub lished in connection with the op oration of the Louisville postoffice the local public finds out that the revenues of the office are climbing by leaps and bounds and that the J office is given such a high rating for efficiency that new clerks and equipments are furnished about every time they are requested This is not merely an accident it is theI result of csreful painstaking work on the part of those in change and on the streets Postmaster RE 1 Woodrt isgettiug lots of credit for I his accomplishment Mr Woods isL believer in system and meritand 9 is daily improving things on the lower floor of the Federal building He is now arranging the list of clerks who will got promotions as a result of merit andt planning the now wagon delivery service in the business districts promised him by the department Has your subscrption expiredr I I1ARNED Rev B A Brandonfilled his appointment at the Methodist church SundayMrs Annie Macy who has been visiting in Kansas and Oklahoma for several weeks has returned home She says she likes the West but prefers Kentucky for her home Mrs D S May is quite ill at this writing Mrs Virda Tucker and children were the guests of her sisler Mrs Julia Knott Wednesday daughI ter Flossie of Cloverport are visiting dMr and Mrs Kelly Watt- sATESYILLEP Harvesting Hay is the labor of the day here Wm Powers hss been quite ill for several days severalYchillsdHomer Lamb spent several days at The Narrows the guest of Miss Hattie Lanless Hodge Powers of Goering was in town Tuesday calling on friends and relatives Misses Rena and Ola Jarboe were at Goering Saturday shopping spangt andI Owensboro the guest of relatives The Minstrel Show gave two performances here Friday and Saturday even ings Mr and Mrs MStephens of Hawes ville were the guests of their daughter Mrs Wm Powers Saturday and Sun day Burl Parson of Evansville spent several weeks here the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J T Parson returning to that place Sunday EHas Dean who has been spending several weeks with his parents Mr andl Mrs E N Dean returned to Louisville Sunday- J M Fawver has completed his new Blacksmith shop and is doing some rushing business at present Miss Anna Lamb who attended the Daviess County teachers examination and who also spent several weeks at Sargho the guest of friends returned home Monday Several hundred people witnessed the game of ball at this place July 4th between Lyonia and Patesvillo teams on the latters ground Although there was a large crowd and some of them were drinking there was no trouble and the game passed peacefully In Lyonias favor by one score Miss Muriel Parson entertained sev eral of her friends at her home ou lastII Tuesday evening Music and games were the feature of the evening and those present were Misses Ada Fry mire Anna Lamb Mamie Jarboe Chloie Peyton Emma Clark Nellie Fawver Myrtle Gabbert Muriel Parson and Messrs W J Fawver Clifton Corley Homer Lamb Frank Knight and Claude JarboeI1 Health Coffee is really the closest 1 Coffee Imitation ever yet producedThis I clever Coffee Substitute was recently t produced by Dr Snoop of Racino Wiss Not a grain of real Cuff e In it either Dr Shops health Coffee is made roms pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really ift wouM fool an txpertf who might drink it for Coffee No 20 orftO minutes tedious boilingHMade in a minute says the doctor Sold by J C Nolte Bro Statement Southern Railway Co I 1 Washington June 26Referring to j the nogotiations which were on April 1 j 1908 suspended until July 1 1908 in I respect to wages paid to labor by I Southern Railway Company and affiliated i lines President Finley of the Southern Railway Company today made the following statement- In view of the demonstrated greater efficiency of labor and its resulting benefits to the companies and in the 11presentimprovement an understanding has been reached through Honorable Martin A Knapp and Honorable Charles P Niell the mediators under the Erdmann Act with all classes ofs employees that were parties to the settlement of April 1 1908 to the effect a negotiations temporarily suspend ed as of April 1 1908 shall be further postponed until October 1st next at which time such negotiations may be resumed at the option of the Companies through the mediators under the mannAct ErdI Iri 1 I nnsivEsTEUE SMITUjff Robust Health Ruined SYLVESTER E SMITH Roo- I MR218 Granite Block St Louis Mo writes 4Fornna Is tho best friend s sick man can havo A few months ago I como bore lost wretched condition Exposure and dampness had ruined my once robnil The Sick Mans Friend IItarrhal 1 II was a doubt as to my recovery My good honest old doctor advised moto take Poruna which Idid and la t short time my health began to 1m provo very rapidly the bronchial troublo gradually disappeared and Ia threo months my health was tully re tutored Accept a grateful mans thanks frii Ills restoration to perfect healthjj t Adele Fisher JKiel Mr and Mrs Chas Kiel are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little daughter Adele Fisher Kiel Pain will depart In exactly 20 minutes if one of Dr Shoops Pidk Pain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain always means congestion bloodqt pressurenothing else Headache is blood pressure toothache is blood pros sure on sensitive nerve Dr Shoops Headache Tabletsalso called Pink Pain Tabletsquickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from pain i centers Painful periods with women f get instant relief 20 tablets 25c Sold b JYp Likes The News Murphysboro Ill July 61908 Dear Mr BabbageI received your card this morning I had intended to r my subscription before my time 1 invallttpflisthavnt been myself since i got hurt was at work on a building and started V A to fall and jumped to save myself and my ankles and hip joints so tharf I have been on crutches and inbcatt the accident but am improvinJ slowly I enclose at to renew my stib rscription I cant do without the NeiY i B JIt affordes me so much pleasure aria gives me so much news of interest R A Gardner i1 W Iischildren who die They have worms poor little thingsthey dont know i z and you dont realize it If your child 1 is cross fretful pasty complexioneditrial loses weight for no apparent reasoagFw j it Whites Cream Vermifuge youvwfjVy 1 be surprised at the results and how V quickly it picks up Sold by A4 R3t Fisher f Colored Folks News Uncle Ben Dean of Tar Spr= lings was in town Saturdayliin l renewed his subscription tofth Vr Wows Uncle Bon is in good Health riand haRa sunny disposition f I John D Gregory left yesterday for t r- hort visit to his daughter Mrs K tfl Hudson at Versailles After spending few days there he will go to Eft Springs Mr Gregory thinks that visit will prove very beneficial to physically itTf Mrs Geary and children Mary TXJO Thelma and Sanford Jr are TisijI i Mr W M Newton in Louisville