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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iIJ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSuuu 1Elf 1jI t VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1908 8Pates NO 21PRETTY WEDDING LAST WEDNESDAYs + SS t y Simplicity Characterized The Marriage of Miss Plank And 1 Mr Behen At The Meth odist Church MISS WEATHERHOLT GETS RING ll 1 he Methodist Episcopal church was the scene of a very beautiful wedding Wednesday morning when the marriage- of Miss Grace Mae Plank and Mr Ira DeHaven Behen was solemnized There ttwere present only the relatives and in timate friends of the contracting parties however the entire auditorium was almost filled The members of the y Girls Club walked into the church col lectivey and sat together during the wedding The guests were ushered i WroeiMr Lawrence Murray and Mr David Murray Jr q The morning sun came through the southeast windows and cast a soft i golden light about the altar and chancel They had been georgously decorated the afternoon before by Mr and Mrs Harry Newsom and a number of the brides girl friends Wreaths of golden 4 trod were gracefully draped over the 1chancel railing that had been covered with rich green foliage Huge bunches were baLked on the altar and the flowers was also prettily used on the chan leliers White tulle And satin ribbon f marked off the seats for the especialI guestsMiss I Margaret Bennett Burn played the wedding march and the bride and groom joined the Rev B M Currie at the altar promptly at 930 oclock Their only attendant was the flower OT the brides cousin little Miss Jesse as Kathrine Plank of Owensboro Im mediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Behen went to the depot whe- rwhey were showered with rice by the x wedding party The rides dress was ianandsome brown silk three pieced and splendidly braided to catch rice Her hat was a stylish brown creationI too not extremly large but large enough to hold several pounds of rice As the train pulled out the bride and groom stood on the rear of the car and jugas they said good bye Mrs Behen threw a bunch of envelopes to the bridal party Miss Cleona Weather holt caught the ring Miss Anna Cren I shaw the thimble Miss Margaret BurnI the dime add Miss Edith Burn the needle Solid For Taft I To colored voters of Breckenridge The colored voters Of Cincinnati an throughout Ohio are solid for Wm H Taft and his policies We know if there has been ati rror made by our presen executive it will be remedied by our next President Taft Pay no atten tion to reports to the contrary as they are false and a political scheme only So boys dont be misled by anyone f Do the right thing and vote for Taft and Sherman Zale R Wortham President Taft and Sherman Club Cincinnati i Take Advantage of Schools 7 Mr and Mrs Wm Powers have here from Patesville to enter 11movepfive children in the Cloverport School Mr Powers has been i connected with the schools of Hancoc- county j r for twenty years and know the i ivalue of education and the curse 0 g noranca Mr Powers will rent in s I city until spring and will then build He owns a fine farm at Pat sville which he will continue to run I Lonesome Without News Alton Kas Sept 25 1908 Dear Editor While roaming around I ia the distant West in quest of health 1 grow lonesome without the news of dear old Cloverport so please find In I closed one dollar in payment of a years subscription to the Breckenridge News beginning with the issue of the 16th inst With best wishes I beg to remain J Yours respectfully Jennie D Patterson 1 Little Baby Dies infantpi daughter X ded of brain fever Sunday night at 7 I oclock The funeral was held from the home yesterday afternoon conduct- edJ by the Rev James Lewis The + death of the little one caused deep grief to the parents and was the only child i S 4 III oIa WALKER BROWN- RECOVERING RAPIDLY After Being Shot In Left Temple By Kenneth Ferry Last Thurs day Near l H St L Depot- EXAMINING TRIAL OCT 5 Kenneth Ferry one of the best known young men of this city shot and I wounded Walker Brown a brakeman on the Henderson Route near the depot last Thursday morning The ball en tered the left temple Brown was taken immediately to Dr Simons office where the wound was dressed and the bullet removed several days later Ferry was placed under guard and afterwards was released under 1000 bond He will have an examining trial October 5 before Judge J H Wills iin CO1rtTheis said to have resulted from a grudge of long standing between Brown and Ferry Brown is the son of Mrs Austin Brown of Irvington He is about twentysix years of age and married Miss Dora Hoskins of Glendeane POLLED DURHAMS W RMoorman Sonof Glendeane brought home from the State Fair a big string of blue ribbons on their herd of Polled Durhams These are a credit to this county and to this enter prising and progressive firm of breeders of Polled Durhams Following is the list of premiums Bull 3 years and over Orange King W R Moorman Son Glendeane 1st Ashleys Tipp AL B Edwards Versailles 2nd Bull 1 year and under 2 Lavender 1steOrange Ladd W R Moorman 2nd Junior bull calf dropped since January 1 1908 Orange Victor the Fourth W R Moorman 1st Orange Victor the Fifth W R Moorman 2nd Cow 3 years and over Buttenwood Lassie 2nd W R Moorman Son 1st Lady Victoria W H Miller Mulberry Indv 2nd Heifer2 years and under3 Mormoins Victoria W R Moorman Son 1st Junior yerling heifer dropped be tween January 1 and September 11907 Mollie Tipp A L and B Edwards 3rdSenior heifer calf dropped between September 1 1907 and January 1 1908 Countess Tipp A L and B Edwards 1st calf owned by W R Moorman 2nddJunior heifer calf dropped since Jan uary i 1908 Nonita Elmendorf Farm andtB Edwards 2nd Buttonwood Lassie 3rd W R Moorman Son 3rd Exhibitors herd W R Moorman te Son winner Breeders young herd A L and B Edwards 1st W R Moorman Son 2ndGet of sire A L and B Edwards 1st W R Moorman Son 2nd Produce of cows W R Moorman Son 1st and 2d- ChampionshipSenior champion bull Orange King W R Moorman Son 1st junior champion bull Orange Vic tor IVftW R Moorman Son 1st senior champion cow and heiffr Button Sonk1st Junior champion heifer Elmendorf Farm 1st HA WESVILLE AGAIN DEFEATED The local Knights Pythias proved toI be too much for the Hawesville lodge in the ball game at that place Thursday afternoon By hard hitting the locals wpn by the close score of 14 to 13 J C Epley twirled for the locals and was opposed by Hale of 1 wesville In the seventh inning Marion Weather holt was knocked unconscious by ajj pitched ball Toblnsport Wins A party of dredge boat men were de feated by the Tobinsport nine Sunday afternoon Thr gore was 26 to 7 Great Game The Blue Bells and Balltown crossed bats at Jffiltown Sunday afternoon Balltow victorious by the score of 35to2Mrs il j wTgene Haynes Is visiting In Durant LANDSLIDE FOR- TEMPERANCE CAUSE Wonderful Majority Downs Whisky In Breckenridge County Local Option Election MOOLEYVIUE WANTED WHISKY The results of the Local Option elec tion in the county Saturday show a glorious victory and a great landslide for Temperance The whisky cause was defeated by a majority between 1200 and 1500 votes Mooleyville was the only town that went wet and the little hamlet was no doubt ashamed of its vote when it learned that even soaky Hudsonville went dry as a bone The Rev B M Currie chairman o the Temperance committee ot the county has been receiving congratula tions ever since the returns were learn ed Rev Curry filled his office with credit He worked hard and the peo pie are indeed grateful to him for his untiring efforts throughout the campaign The Vote by Precincts goo y n PRKOJNOTS om o- 0ip iokR C t0 00i Ia Rockvalo 43 03 5P Hook 8 105 01 Htephensport 53 117 6J Webster 11 93 B s Ouster 16 201 18 Hudson 05 151 6ij Union Star 32 95 Hardlnsburg No 1 50 105 55 Hardlnsburg No2 24 16T 143 Hardlnsburg No3 50 110 60 Hardlnsburtr No 4a 51 Or 4a Oloverport No 1 Ii 40 Oloverport No2 51 74 2s Clover ort No3 63 142 89 Hull town 15 58 4 3 Glendeane 70 87 8 r Mooleyville went wet by 26 votes The majority for local option is between 1400 and 1500 in the county NOTES ON THE ELECTION The returns come in slowly 000 Only Mooleyville precinct votedwet but as it was a county election th whole county will remain dry 000 Mook and Custer raced for the lowest precentage of wet vote with Mook in1 the lead She had only eight votes iin favor of whisky selling and is therefore entitled to be called the banner place iin the countys good work for temperance Such temperance workers as John AlexanderSr C C Pile P D Milner anda dozen other good men and a lot of noble women in the Mook neighbor hood can have any majority they set- out to obtain The writer remembers when he sold dry goods in Custer his store being the only one there with two well patronized saloons in the town Now there are four stores no saloons and a majority of 185 for temperance Verily times have changed for the better RAIN SHOWERS f Bishop McCloskey Requested Thatt Catholic Churches Prav For Rain Sunday Delightfulaud refreshing rain showers fell here continually through SundRY night Folks felt like going to their posts of duty and children were more inclined to go their books Monday morning Bishop Wm George McCloskey of Louisville requested that all the Catholic Churches in tics dio eases pray for rain and Father Brey had prayer at the St Rose Catholic Church The drouth was becoming critical in this section 1f the country and the hea- was severe Sunday The rain was cer tainly appreciated not withstanding i brought a sudden cold snap Attends Bankers Conven tion At Lexington Chas B Skillman attended the Ken tucky Bankers Association at Lexington last week as a representative from the Breckenridge Bank of this city Mr Skillman went to Lexington from Louisville in an automobile as the guest of Mr Allen White of the Union National Bank Louisville He had a delightful stay in Lexington and enjoyed the convention immensely Mr Pace of Florida has been the guest of Miss Ray Heyser 1 I STIRRING EVENTS IN POLITICAL ARENA Hearst Throws a Bomshell Into the Ring and Shakes Whole CountryMany Big Guns Iut Out of Commission ROOSEVELT TAKING A HAND Rudely and all but tragically has the calm smooth course of the American presidential campaign of 1908 suddenly been transformed into a dangerous and choppy sea through the strange genius of one Hearst for reading out loud iin public places copies of certain private letters which in one way or another came into his possession and for digging up the old and forgotten records of div fors politicians Had this wealthy young journalist beeu confined to the usual stump denunciation of the old parties he would hardly have caused a ripple But to catch senators and governors with the goods on them as Murse Henry bluntly puts it by means of the documentary proof that eau not liewell thats any other matter and the country began to sit up and take notice Among the first to discover that the public were sitting and taking notice was no less astute and energetic au officl 1 than the president of the United States and close to him were the presidential candidatesRoosevelt struck out vigorously taking tactical advantage of the fact that the veteran Ohio Republican senators whose relations with the oil trust Hearst had exposed in the Archbold correspond slice had been the consistent enemy of the administration reform policiesi While thus scourging Foraker he turned attention to the record of the Democratic treasurer and condemned him so sUm marily that Candidate Bryan telegraphed the president a tart protest and demand that Haskell be given a chance to au swer the insinuating charges In the meantime Foraker had been permitted to withdraw by the merciful taft aid the president wrote a long letter in re ply to Bryan laying stress upon the Ok llahoma record of Haskell and ridiculing the Bryan band reforms as unpractical upeshady transactions in which Haskell was said to have had a hand and at Friday Nights New York State Conven tion of the Independence party the editor read more letters connecting exSenattr McLauren and others with Standard Oil politics at so much a head Congressman iblj anti Justice Elkiu of Pennsylvania- and senator Bailey of Texas wee among those implicated The letters to Fotaker spoke of various lurfee remit lances as per our understanding In the interval Bryan was making a per sonal scrutiny of the evidence offered against Hash ell Haskel snid Roosevelt hutllled- One effect of this expose was the ap pearance of the elder statesmen in the Republican pilot house notably Craneof Massachusetts and it was gen orally felt that Hitchcock was to betaken from the wheel But Taft stoutly insisted that Hitchcock was O 1and the latter complained of the lack of fundsTaft started out through Indiana Wisconsin and Iowa on his first general stump tour with sharp references to Bry ans record and Bryan toured back west ward into Michigan and Ohio being re ceived with great enthusiasm in Tafts home town of Cincinnati There Bryan matched records with Taft LaFollette gave Taft the glad hand at Milwaukee but the former had lost the state control in Wednesdays convention Haskell resigned as treasurer of the Democratic National Committee Friday night and about the same time it was announced that Dupont had retired us a member of the Republican National Ex ecutive Committee TODAYt CoratHogan of Lewisport at St Rost Catholic Church The marriage of Mr John Bosley of Troy Ind and Miss Cora Hogan of Lewisport will be solemnized at the Catholic Church at 10 oclock this morning The ceremony will be solem nized by Father Celestine Brey Miss Hogan is the daughter of Mr Wm Hogan and is the niece of Mr and Mrs Abe Mattiugly She is au attrac tive young woman with many friends The groom is a successful mechanic and is well known IRVINGTON NOTES OF MUCH INTEREST Irvington People Rejoiced Over Temperance Victory First Rain Falls Sunday Night and Relieves Drouth i MISS IIALES MILLINERY Miss Laura Hale will have her milli ery opening next Saturday Her new fall and winter hats are very beautiful and the beat ever brought to this place Mr and Mrs H W Herndon an charming daughter Miss Annie Mae Herndon of Grayson Springs arrived Thursday from a stay of severs with relatives and old friends Mr Herndon will leave some time this week lripIMrs Charles Chamberlain has re turned to her home after attending the PlankBehen wedding at Cloverport last WednesdayMr Heyton who has been here the guest of his mother and father Mr 1 and Mrs Frank Peyton left Thursday for Denver Colorado Born to the wife of Gus Albert Richardson a fine girl on Friday September 25 1908 Mrs Bettie Calhoun left Saturday Cora weeks visit to Mis Virginia Calhouni at Louisville Mrs James Bolin is the guest of the Misses Williams at Troy Ind this week Mr Walter Herndon who has beeni visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J B Herndon for the past month will leave Thursday for Beverley Mass Mr B B Deney of Memphis Tenn came Saturday to be the guest of relatives for several days Quite a number of loved ones andj friends met the train here Wednesday to bid Miss Eula Hensly goodbye as she was on her way to the foreign field as a missionaryMr Mrs Harry H Kemper afte spending teu days at Yeatz Ky visit ing his parents returned home Friday nightMiss Nannie Childs will have her opening of millinery goods including all1 the latest styles of fall and winter hats on Saturday Oct 3 at her same old stand over the Lyons Dry Goods Store Mrs John Mercer of Raymond span Saturday the guest of Mrs J F Clay combOnce more the Irvington people han cause to bill thankful over the victory the temperance people gained on last Saturday The majority was 00 for theI drys and 146 votes in all wtrecast Dr and Mrs P E Dempster and children have returned to Glcndvtnt I after being the guests of Mrs Demp sters perents Mr and Mrs Foster LyonsMr and Mrs Lawrence Kietley returned Saturday front u weeks visi to relatives and friends at Uustou and BrandenburgMr Perry Weaver and boys will leave this week for Louisville to spend the Winter We never knew a presidential election in which so much interest is taken iin the religion of the candidates Friend- are asking in regard to the candidates for the presidency and vicepresidency though as both Bryan and Taft are iinI the prime of life and in perfect health there seems no likelihood that either candidate for the vicepresidency will ever be president However we are told that Bryan is a Presbyterian Taf- a Uniterian Kern a Presbyterian an Shermau is a Catholic Hon John P Haswell of Hardins burg and Mr A B Suter cashier o c Custer Bank were pleasant visitors of friends in town Sunday Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville came down Saturday and epent Sunday with tt- her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd The Rev Duncan of Louisvillei i l i preached two splendid sermons to a large and appreciative audience at the Baptist Church Sunday I 1 Miss Mary Wrather after a two weekstt sojourn here visiting her grandmother Mrs M W Munford left tor her homeII at Chicago Friday Mr Alec Dent of Louisville was a visitor of Miss Mary Peyton Sunday Several dinners were given last week by the relatives in honor of Mrs H W Herndon and daughter Miss Anna Mae of Grayson Springs and daughterinlaw Mrs RDf Herudon of Waverly Ky Mrs Maurice Gilbert and little son Warren after a months visit here to her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Payne left for her home at Paducah last week Dr L B Moremcn spent Sunday at Brandenburg the guest of his mother Mrs A Moremen The Marshall D W Henry was in Hardinsburg Monday on business The first rain for some time fell here last Sunday night partly relieving the worst drouth known in years It was the first rain of any consequence in some parts of our neighborhood that has fal len since the middle of July The Weldon Bnys came down Friday Irvingtonnon diamond winning with a score of 18 to 7 in favor of the Weldon Boys BrandenburgdFriday to secure a music indtaught musics couldnt find a more competent and pleasing teacher Mr J K Bramlette has turned over the keys to Mr William Kendall after completing a handsome two story resi dense on his farmer near town The Rev B F Wilson preached his farewell sermon last Sunday evening before attending conference at Owens boro next week Bro Wilson has made many friends at this place and we hope that conference will return him to this field Mrs J H Forbis and sister Miss Gibney of Albany Mo are expected this week to be the guest of Mr arid Mrs Charlie Chamberlain Gen David R Murray of Hardins burg gave a veryfine temperance address to the people of Irvington last Friday evening on the street CITY OF CLOVERPORT SUED FOR 1000 Weisenberger Co Want Their Money BackHad No Right to Issue Licenser AN INTERESTING SUIT John Weisenbcrger A Co have mod suit In the Breckenridgre Circuit 1Court against the City of Cloverport for 1000 and Interest from July 11 1900 This suit grrotfs out Of the Local Op claimtby reason a License issued to them fqr the sale of liquor in this city which they claim was wholly without consideration and that the city had no legal authority to issue same that the said license was void under the law and was no protection to them in their business They further say that by reason of said license being void they were compelled to close up their business from the expiration of the period for which said license was granted at great loss nnd expense to them dt manded of the plaintiff to repay the said sum of 1000 but they have re fused They ask for a judgement of 1000 and interest and cost Brown Murray Murray are at torneys for the plaintiffs aNo Panic At St Louis Mr and Mrs Jefferson Davis of St Louis were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Ross Thursday having come here to spend the day with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Bartles Mrs Davis was Miss Ruth Starrett charmingt ald so visited Mammoth Cave during this trip to Kentucky Mr Davis says the theyfa panic at St Louis In fact the St Louis people declared that hard times should not knock at their door and they succeeded Beautiful Floors Mr and Mrs Frod Fraize are having handsome hardwood floors of Cherry laid in the drawing and dining rooms of their residence in the East End 1 Rev Curry Attends Conference This Week Rev B M Curry left Monday morn ing to attend the annual conference of the Methodist Epispocal church South It is earnestly hoped throughout his parrish that he will return to spend his fourth year in this city Not only Methodists want him but members of the other congregations hope ho will be sent back here k v T Jane CableCopyr- ight 1906 by Dodd Mead tl2 Company O O 04b44U4rCI + 9pp p I I PrCHAPTER XII I jTj OLLOWING close upon V Mrs Cables visit to his y office In the afternoon I I Banseuier presented him self at her home In the evening urbane courtly but charact- erIstically aggressive Her action In boarding him In his den was not sur prising even though It might have boon considered unusual lie had been well aware for some time that she was sorely uneasy and that It was only a question of time when she would make the expected advances Slnc the announcement of Janes engage mont Bansemer had been punctiliously considerate And yet underneath his faultless exterior Mrs Cable felt that she could recognize the deadly poise of other intentions She lived In fear that they would spring upon her as If from the dark and that she would be powerless to combat them Something stronger than words or oven Intuition told her that James Bansemer was not to lie turned aside by sentiment Driven at last to the point where she folt that she must know his Intentions she boldly ventured ltto his consulta tion room a trembling but determined creature whose flesh quivered withI chill despite the furs that tolled thoII wintry winds Elias Droom passed her on Into the private room with a polite grin that set her teeth on edge Slit loft the building fifteen minutes later nursing a wild but forlorn hope that James Bansemer meant no evil after all Without hesitation she told him plainly that she came to learn the precise nature of his attitude toward herself and the girl Bauseraers resentment appeared too real to have boon simulated lie was almost harsh In his response to the Inference In the end however he was a little less than tender In his efforts to convince herI that she had cruelly misjudged him She wont away with a chill In her heart dislodged but not dissolved When he asked If she and Mr Cable would be at home that night for a game of cards she felt obliged to urge him to come It was not until she was in the carriage below that she remem bered that David Cable was to attend a big banquet at the Auditorium that might and that Jane would be at the theater with friends llansemer smiled serenely as he escorted her to the door We will not permit anything to happen which might bring misery to the two beings so dear to us be assured her at parting Shortly after 8 be entered tha Call home He bad lone to Chicago avenue beforehand to send a telegram east From the roruer of Clark street he walked across town toward the lane lacing tbe bitter gale with poor grace In Washington place he passel two men going from their cab tutu the Un ion club lie did not look at him nor did be see that they turned and stared alter him as he buffeted his way across Dearborn avenue One of the urea was Bobby Itigby the other Dents Herbert of New York Its the same Bansemer said Har bert as they entered the club Id know him in a million At the Cables a servant on opening the door announced that Mr Cable was not at home p Is Mrs Cable at homo asked Mr Banwmor snaking no effort to find hit eardcaso Yes sir responded the servant aft er a moments hesitation Bansomor passed through the vestibule Say Mr Bun omer If you please Ho removed his coat and was stand Ing comfortably In front of the blaz ing logs in the library when she came flown I thought the night was too dread ful for any one to venture out un loss she was saying as she gave him her hand A night Indoors and alone Is a thou Miidfold mum dreadful than one out doors In quest of good company in terrupted Bansemer llo drew up Chairs lu front of the fireplace and stood by waiting for her to be seated I bad forgotten that Mr Cable was to attend a banquet at the AuditorI- um she explained nervously confi dent however that ho felt sho had not forgottenTo sure ho said Tills Is the night of the banquet I was not in vitedI tried to telephone to ask you to come tomorrow night Tho storm has played havoc with the wires It isI Impossible to get connection with any one A servant appeared In the door wayYou are wanted ut the telephone Mrs Cable Shall I say you will comeFlushing to the roots of her bqlr the mistress of the house excused her self and left tthe room Banseracr loaned back in his chair and smiled She returned a few minutes later with a fluttering apology t What a terrible night it must be for th S9 poor linemen she said I re r member what it meant w ub I M lineman in the west years ago The bllwcnrds out there are a great left more severe than those we have hero Mr Bansemer Just think of the poor fellows who are repairing the lines to- nIght Doesnt It seem heartless It doge Indeed And yet I dare say youve been scolding them bitterly nil evening One seldom thinks it worthwhile to be merciful when tho tele phone refuses to obey Its only a true philanthropist who can forgive the telephone However I am grateful to the blizzard and happy Fair weather would have deprived me of pleasure I am sorry Mr Cable is not at home she said quickly I doubt If I shall miss him greatly saId be He expects to leave early He Isnt well she hastened to Dont you want A to smokeII the way where Is my future daughter inlaw Surely I may see her tonight She Is at the theater with Fern mores Graydon Is one of the party Didnt you know she asked sud denly I do remember it now He left the apartment quite early Then I have Fornmore to thank forwe are alone Ho leaned forward in Ills chair and flicked the cigarette ashes into the fire his black eyes looking into hers with unmistakable intentness You assured mo today that you would be fair she said with strange calmness meeting his gaze unflinch ingly I am fair What more can you ukr with a light laugh Why did you say today that I had nothing to fear from you she de mandedYon have nothing to fear Why should you fear me For twenty years your face has not boon out of my memory Why should 1 seek to hurt you then Why should I not rejoice In the tie that binds our Interests our lives for tIat matter Come I ask if I am not fair Her face became pale her heart cold She understood The mask was off lie veiled his throat in the simplest words possible The purpose looked through with greedy disdain for graceI can offer no more than I offered today she said Do you suppose I would accept money in payment for my sons peace of mind 1 declared Bansemer with finely assumed scorn You offered me 10000 You will never know how that hurt me coming from you Mon ey What is money to me in an affair like this I care more for one tender touch of your fingers than all the mon ey in the world You and you alone ran mold every impulse in me For halt my life I have been hated No one has given me a grain of love 1 must have it For years you have not been out of my mlndI have not been out of yours Stop she cried angrily You have no right to say such things to me You have been In my mind all these years but oh how 1 have hated youLike n flash Ills manner changed He had her in his power and it was not in his nature to permit his subject to dictate to llim Craft and co ercion always had been his ally Craft mold not win a womans heart but coercion might crush It into submis sion It was not like James Banse nor to play a waiting game after It had been fairly started Now listen to me he said distinct ly You cannot afford to talk like that You cannot afford to make an enomy of me I mORn what I What would you dor she cried You have promised that nothing shall happen to mar the lives of our chil dron You have given me your pledge Is It worthless Is it I wouldnt speak so loud If I were you sold he slowly The walls have sera You have much to lose if oars other than those in the wall should hoar what could be said It would moon disaster I know at least that you do not love David Cable What II worship my husbandI she cried her eyes flashing her bosom heaving J love him better than anything else In all the world How dare you say that to mol Control yourself he cautioned calmly Permit me to say you love the position he has given you You love the pedestal on which you stand so Insecurely You would rather hear his curse than to sue the hand of social ostracism raised against you Walt A word from me and not only David Cable but the whole world would turn against you- I have committed no crime she flared back at him 1 have deceived my husband but I have not dishon ored him Toll the world everything it you will It would be a luscious tale he spill with an evil laugh The world which is wicked might forgot the fact that Jane is not Davids daughter but David would not forget that she la yours What do you moan starting from her chair She is not my child You know she isnt You know the entire story You I only know that you brought her r- by By- George Barr w I c eon Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc rOb444 440 0r to mo and that l did you TX Bumw Dont ask mo to be brutal and say moro Sho sank back and glared at him lIko a helpless wounded thing the full force of his throat rushing in upon her- Youyou couldnt do that she whispered tremulously I could but 1 dont see why I should he said leaning closer to her shrinking figure You know It isnt true faintly- I only know that 1 am trying to save you from calamity Oh what a beast you arch sho cried springing to her feet Go 1 defy you I Do and say what you willl Only gol He rose calmly a satisfied smile on his face I shall of course first of all forbid my son to marry the young woman It will be necessary for mo to explain tho reason to Mr Cable I am sorry to have distressed you Really I had fK pected quite a different evening after your invitation You cant blame me for misunderstanding your motive in asking me to come here when you ex pected to be utterly alone His laugh was a snee- rPoorpoor little Janel murmured the harassed woman clasping her hands over her eyes Then suddenly she cried out What a devil you are to barter with your sons happiness Til not mince matters he said harshly You and I must understand each other To bo perfectly frank everything rests with you Call me a beast if you like I As a beast I can destroy you and I will You forget that I can go to my hus band and tell him everything He will hate me but he will believe me she said facing him once more The world will believe me he scoffedNot after I tell the world that you tried to blackmail me that you have demanded 50000 But I havent made such n de mandI can swear that you have she cried triumphantly He glared at her for a moment his past coming up from behind with a rush that left him nothing to stand on I am willing to run the risk of scandal If you are my dear he said after a moment his hands clinched behind him It will be very costly You have much to lose I think she said shrewdly guess- Ing his weaknoss oven as he saw it that we can talk sensibly of the situ ation from now on I nm not afraid of you Ho looked at her steadily for a moment reAdIng her thoughts seeing her trembling heart Then he snld dryly Ill do nothing for a week and then youll send for me The door in the vestibule opened suddenly and some one aye more than onecame In from the outside Mrs Cable started to her feet and turned toward the library door Ban semcr was standing close by her side He turned to move away as David Cable stepped to the door to look in Cables coat collar was about his oars and he was removing his gloves For a moment he stood motionless gazing upon the occupants of the room Then for the first time there flashed before him the sharp point of stool which was to pierce his brain later on with deadly suspicion and doubt There was no mistaking the confusion of Mrs Cable and her visitor It was manifest that they had not expected him to appear so unexpectedly He remembered now that on two other occasions ho had found Bansemcr at his house and alone with Mrs Cable but he had not regarded It as extraor dinary But there was n startled look In her eyes tonight an indecision In her greeting that caused him to knit his brows and lift his hand uncon sciously to his temple before speaking He heard Bansemer say that he was Just going but that he would stay for aI short chat about the banquet Mrs Cable turned to stir the fire with the poker an unusual act on her part he was not slow to observe The seed was sown I brought Bobby over from the club with meand a friend Frances he said after asking Bansemer to sit down for awhile His keen eyes noted that her hand shook as she put the poker back into its place As he walked Into tho hall to throw aside his coat Frances Cable turned to Ban semer with a significant look shaking her head In mute appeal for silence Bobby Rigby came Into the room followed by a tall stranger whom he presented to Mrs Cable Banscmer I standing near the library table caught a glimpse of the strangers face as ho took Mrs Cables hand Ho started violently unable at first to believe his eyes A chill ran through his frame and his expression changed from wonder to consternation- Mr Bansemer my friend Mr Han bort I have met Mr Bansemer said Harbert with a cold stare straight into the others eyes They were on opposite sides of the table In New York said Bansemer firm ly his eyes unflinching in their return I i J a J pvon Ho stood motionless gating upon the oc cupants of the room lIe noticed that Herberts look was uncompromisingly antagonistic but that was to be expected It troubled him however to see something like unfriendliness in Rigbys greeting Harbert was the man who had fought him to rout In New York This keen aggressive young barrister had driven him Into a corner from which ke escaped only by merest chance He inch James Bansemer for what he was It had not been his fault that the man crawled through a small avenue of technicalities and avoided the pun ishment that had seemed so certain He had waged war bitterly against the blackmailer and he missed corn plete victory by a hairs breadth Feeling the strain of the situation Rigby talked with earnest volubility He led the conversation Into many lines the war In the Philippines the banquet tho play which Jane antI Graydon were seeing The thought of the play brought a shade of despair to his browpretty Miss Clegg was in the party with that mucker Med fordJames Bansemcr had been cold with speculation every Instant of the time had felt that Harberts condemning gaze had never left him Apparently listening to the others he found him self wondering what Harberts trip to Chicago signified Gradually it dawn ed upon him that his old time foe was not through with his fighting Tho look in Rigbys eyes meant something after all and Rigby was Graydons best friend Hnrbert was In Chicago to actand to act first This thought shot Into the mans brain like burning metal It set every nerve afire His Nemesis had already begun his work Before he left the Cable home that night he would be asking his host and hostess what they knew of one James Bansemers past As Bansemcr arose to say good night to the others Hnrberts eyes met his with deadly directness Where are your offices Mr Banse mer asked the New Yorker There was something significant in the quos tionMr Rigby and I have offices In tho same building he replied Will you come In and see me I shall try said the other To have saved his life Bansemer could not meet David Cables questioning eyes as he shook hands with him Cables hands were like ice Outside the house in the whirling gale the tll lawyer breathed easier but not securely His brain was clogged with doubts fears propheciesall whirling like mad around the ominous figure of Denis Harbert Suddenly he stopped stockstill the I bItter scowl deepening in his eyes With an oath he turned abruptly and hurrIed In the opposite direction Tune time had come to make rendy for battle A few minutes later he was wrIt- Ing the note which created so much commotion in the home of Elias Droom To be Continued A Burglar In Town his name Is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but he will steal your health away If he appears in your house arrest him at once with Ballards Horehound Syrup It may mean con sumption if you dont A cure for all coughs colds and chest troublesIPrice 25c 50c and 100 per bottle Sold by A 1P fis- herBrevities THE HALL OF FAME John Bigelow the American minister to France in 18017 who Is nearly ninety years old pays an annual visit to France Sir Alan Johnstone the British min ister to Denmark It Is reported will succeed Sir Henry Howard as minister to the Netherlands Sir Henry will reach the age limit Oct 1 and will then retireJulian Harris son of Joel Chandler Harris and the little boy of the folk stories succeeds his father as editor of Uncle Remus Magazine retaining also his original position as general managerClyde Fitch has Introduced a new Idaa to the motoring c lass It Is nam OJ MCIMWffiWOOFll t If you average the cost price of JM ASBESTOS ROOFING over the period of years it is in service you will see thatuJM is cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing Being made of Asbestos an indestructible mineral it is permanently durable and ns it does not require any coating or painting its first cost is the only cost Easily applied by anyone ASBESTOSIDE is an Asbestos Sheathing and is tho most eco nomical durable and easily applied siding known Ask for samples and prlcos- H W JohnsManville Company 217231 Clnybourn St Milwaukee Wis Ing till ear which It is to be hoped will safely carry the owner on his way Mr Fitch calls one of his automobiles Pauline and another Lizzie George Benjamin a linotype opera tor earned the title of champion potato eater of the Naugatuck valley In Waterbury Goun when in a contest with Thomas Burke a watchmaker he devoured twentyfive large tubers to Burkes twentythree- Nos 21 and 22 in point of service in the senate are Talluferro of Florida and Dolllver of Iowa As Tallaferro pronounces his name Tolllver Sen ator Dolllver Is considering the ndvisa mlllty of gaining distinction by spell ing his name Dnllaferro Philip Wllley of Meredith N H has a tame woodchuck He captured the little fellow last spring and brought It up with a nursing bottle The creature Is as tame as n pet dog following members of the family about the premises and eating food from their hands The veteran composer Carl Reinecke who celebrated the eightyfourth anal versary of his birth recently appeared as a pianist sixtyfive years ago and from I860 to 1895 ho was conductor of the Gewandhaus concerts in Lelp sic He was a friend of Mendelssohn and of Schumann Fly Catches Tom Hughes of the Washlngtons has taken his plnce in the box in parts of games this year oftener than any other pitcher in the American league Pitcher Peters of the Dallas team may get n trial with the New York Nationals next spring as Owner Gardner wants McGraw to take the man John Titus who was benched by Manager Murray of the Phillies at the start of the season is now one of tins loading batsmen of the National leagueAn Indianapolis scribe is authority for the statement that Eddie Slover the exDetroit south paw now with tlu Hoosiers is the highest salaried player in tho American association Pitcher Rube Wnddoll of the St Louis Americans recently equaled the mtriko but record held by Fred Glade funning sixteen of his former teRm states the Philadelphia Athletics in nine Innings Doc Scanlon formerly of the Brook lyn team who abandoned baseball for a position in a hospital will rejoin Kbbets team next spring hav lug already promised Patsy Donovan the manager Plays and Players Florence Bindley is to star in The Nick of Time George Broadhurst is writing a play for Grace George Desmond Kelly will be Marie Doros lending lady In The Richest Girl The Hongler sisters are to star in a musical comedy called The Twin De tectives Hilda Spong is to have a play called Kit It is an elaboration of a sketch of the same name Mine Cottrclly has been engaged with the company lo support Louis Mann in The New Generation J M Barries latest play is called What Every Woman Knows This title will keep the public guessing till the play gives the answer Scraps of Science The moon never approaches closer to the earth than 221520 miles Thirtysix thousand feet is the height of some of tho moons moun tains According to Professor Com mer of Vienna the coal mines of the earth were formed during the darkness which enveloped the universe before the creation of light There Is a star Mardcla so far re moved from the earth that If the dis tance to the sun is represented as be ing one Inch the distance to this star would be thirtytwo miles Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured mo I now take them as a touic and they keep me strong and well GOc at Severs Drug Co tw r OCEAN LINERS CARGO Four Hundred Husky Longshoremen- to Load One Ship Down on the wharf the rush was at Its helght Under the sputtering bluish r JJt arc lights amid endless clang and rumrV ble the produce of America came in From the prairies the mines and the mills from the forests the cotton plan tations tobacco fields orchards and vineyards from the oil fields and meat packing houses from the grimy fac- torIes large and small ponderous en gines of steel harvesters reapers au tomobiles bars of sliver and yellow bricks of gold bales of cotton and wool and hides and tobacco meats barrels of flour and boxes of fruit hogshead of oil and casks of wlne tens of thousands of things and ma chinos to make thingspiled up on tho wharf by the acre And still all night the teams clattered Hi and the tugs puffed up with the barges and from hundreds of miles away the trains were rushing hither bringing more boxes and barrels and bags to be packed in at the last moment In gangs at every hatchway the 400 men were trundling heaving strain ing a rough crowd cursing and Joking at the hoarse shouts of the foremen while from the darkness outside heavy black rope nets dropped down to gath er gigantic handfuls of cargo swing I them back up to the deck of the ship and then down Into her hold So all through the night and right up to the hour of sailing the rush went on for the great ocean liners work is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars a month And time ship must sail on time Everybodys tt HUNTING WILD HORSES J How Brumbies In New South Wales Are Trapped and Broken Hunting brumbies ns the wild horses arc called there Is a favorite sport In New South Wales Districts f like the Clarence and Stephens and Manning river watershed are still tho home of numerous droves of brum bios and hunting them is declared to- be a very exhilarating pastime The a first step taken is to stake outa corral and make all secure except a narrow entrance which can subsequently besgated On either side of the entrance 1 and projecting from It funnelwise a booby fence Is prepared To the simple minded brumby it presumably looks like a stockade and pieces of fluttering cotton make it look impregnable When this is ready the young bloods well mounted gallop out and round up the wild horses driving them with shouts and much loud snapping of stock whips toward the mouth of the funneloeIn a group of brumbies there is al ways a leader and when once the hunters have got the leader heading j for the corral they are pretty certain v of the rest of the drove Tho flutter ing cotton rags of the sham fence are sufficient to deter the brumbies from breaking through the flimsy barriers and in less time than It takes to tell the wild horses are safely corralled and the big gate shut on them Then they are left for four and twenty hours without food and water fto reflect on the situation and after that they can be broken in without much difficulty London Standard llopplty Hop Are you just barely getting around by the aid of crutches or a cane Unless you have lost a limb or have a deformity if your trouble is rheumatism lumba go sprain stiff joints or anything of like nature use Ballards Snow Liniment and in no time you can throwaway your crutches and be as well as any one Price 25c COc and f100ISold by A R Fisher In the Garden Tho vegetables held a meeting Were in a pickle announced tho cucumberI say it was more of a stew remarked the tomato These ought to be our salad days declared the lettuce In truth wo are in bad odor mournfully murmured tho onion Oh cried the carrot contemptuous ly no wonder for when you come one naturally suspects n leek upttThat remark shows you have a low streak wrathfully said tho bage f Dont lets quarrel remonstrated it the sage among them Soon aU of us will be In the soup Baltimoro Amen can pa f 1 S M q 4 Mr I MOROSINITHE BANKER Career of Italian Who Was Loyal to Jay Gould A FOLLOWER OF GARIBALDI Got His Start In tyew York by Saving Erie Officials SonRose to Fortune From a Sailor BoyWas Called Goulds Bodyguard Giovanni P Moroslnl the well known banker who recently died at his home In Rlverdulo N Y wus at one time closely associated with the late Jay Gould through whom ho built up a fortune estimated at severalI millions In Mr MoroBlnl New York has lost one of Its most picturesque figures lie was born In Venice Italy in 1832 in the stirring times which led to till formation of the present kingdom Asa boy he was an actor lu some of the rI rIhazardous events of the revolution He was a follower of Garibaldi Mr Moroslnl owed his first step on the road to fortune to his courage and strength in defending in the streets of New York a boy attacked by a crowd of toughs lie owed his later uccos sion to fortune to his fidelity to the f late Jay Gould in the tatters fight against belug ousted from the control of the Erie railroM Of late ho had been seen little in Wall street but had devoted his wotUth and leisure to the acquisition of an art collection at Elm hurst his Itiverdale home Mr Moroslnls father was a Vone tian olllcer of Montenegrin descent and his mother was a noted beauty He was educated at the Austrian Mill tart and Naval college of Venice and distinguished himself by proficiency in languages and military science When the revolution against the Austrian su premacy broke forth In 1848 Moroslnl was a boy but he joined the patriot forces and led a battalion of national guards which he had raised at the siege of Malghera He was struck down by a shell which left a scar on his head For a time the AustrIans conquered and with many other young Italians Moroslnl had to floe for his life First he went to Corfu and then to Mlsso loughl Patrus and Smyrna There he was almost induced to join the Turkish army In Albania when a lucky accident brought him to the notice of the American consul By his advice ho decided to come to the new world and In 1850 he landed a penniless stranger in Boston The California gold fever was then suat Its height und Morosini at first I planned to try his fortune in the land of gold but Garibaldi was In Staten Island and attracted to his side the young adventurer For a time ho work r ed In the patriots candle factory and when that was abandoned he followed Garibaldi oil his voyage to China and England He was only n sailor before the mast but in London ho attracted the attention of Mazxlni and was pick ed out from nil the crow by him Morositi ni came back to Nbw York Ho was still only a common seaman and it was a mere accident which saved him from the life of a hand before the mast Ono night as ho was going homo along one of the streets near the water front he heard a cry of distress from a group of boys He saw a boy on the ground and others beating him He brok through the crowd lung aside those who were tormenting the boy and up braided them for their cowardice Iota man came to his aid The gang re covering from their astonishment closed in on him He struok out right and left felled four or five and drew his long sailors knife Then with rush ho drove his assailants back an got the boy away from thorn He still expected to go to sea again until to his surprise n day or two later he received a visit from the boy ho hnd rescued He turned out to be the son of Nathaniel Marsh secretary of the Erie Railroad company and he cam to bring Moroslnl to his father Mr Marsh at once offered to help the young sailor and found him a place u office boy with the Erie company at n salary of 30 a month Mr Moroslnl entered on his now em plo ment on May 28 1SD5 He was far too well educated to stay long insubordinate a place In a few years he was appointed general auditor of the Erie railroad and its loused lines This brought him into contact with Jay Gould He first met him lu 1808 and a year or two later when the great fight for the control of the Erie began he threw In his lot with the financier It is said that at the height of tho struggle the party at the bead of which was General Daniel Sickles offered Mr Moroslnl 100000 for n transcript of certain parts of the rec ords of the railroad Mr Moroslnl refused the offer and thus enabled Mr Gould to retain his hold upon tho road But when the BlschoCtshelm party obtained control the general auditor found his place most unpleasant A length President Watson called upon him to either give up his allegiance to Mr Gould or leave the company He chose the latter alternative and fromI that hour was known as a trusted follower of the financier Wall street regarded Mr Moroslnli as something more than a confidential I secretary to Mr Gould which was his new title Because of his huge tram and well known strength he was called Goulds bodyguard Many stories were told of him in this connectionn and It was asserted that on one occa sion a promoter who had penetrated into the inner sanctum of Mr Gould and would not withdraw found himself picked up bodily by the secretary and dropped outside the door T A MAN IS KNOWN BY THE COMgANynE KEEPS I n no I COPYRIGHT inaa BY BROWN aws NY William H Taft Republican Candidate for President and Charles E Hughes Governor of New York at the Meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Prison Ship Mar tyrs Association Brooklyn N Y a FROM THE NEW YORK WORLD I I n William J Bryan Democratic Candidate for President Greeting Charles F Murphy the Tammany Boss in the Railroad Station in Lincoln n COMFORTING WORDS Many A Cloverport Household Will Pint Them So To have the pin and aches of a I bad back removed to be entirely free dise orders is enough to make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell how this great changt can be brought about will prove comforting words to hundreds of Cloverport readers Mrs A F Alms 013 Locust St usedaresultsdand my husband also received benefit from their use He had been subject to an extreme lameness in the small of his back that made every attempt to stoop or straighten one extreme pain Rending of Doans Kidney Pills he pro tosdirections and was entirely cured of his insDoans Kidney Pills For sale by all deulcrs Price 50 cents FosterMHburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Dpansand take no other Teaches Netded The demand for qualified teachers is greater than the supply The present educational awakening in the State and the application of the new school laws are creating many new positions for qualified non and women who are en gaged in the teaching service Under the Normal School law the Board of Regents has the right to issue to students completing certain courses of totwithoutnexamination Eligible persons sixteen years old and older have a right to enter the Normal on free tuition An illustrated catalog giving full informa tion mailed on application Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky happycyou must have good health You cant have good health if your liver is not doing it B duty slow but sure poisoning is going on all the time under such cir cumstances Ballards Herbine makes a perfectly healthy liverkeeps the stomach and bowels right and acts as a tonic for the entire system Sold by A R Fisher J Adequate And Inadequate In his memorable address before the Chamber of Commerce at Pittabu gt Senator Knox of Pennsylvania conclu sively exhibited the difference in pr0II gross between cities with adequate facilities for transportation by water and cities whose facilities for water transportation were inadequate The difference was all the more marked cause of the fact that the two classes of cities were under one and the same government with the government extending its generous aid to one class and withholding it from the other The cities cited by Senator Knox were Chicago Cleveland Buffalo Detroit Milwaukee Toledo and Duluth eight cities having a combined population 714898 in 1870 and of 3241273 in 1900i a period of twenty years The other cities were St Louis Cincinnati New Orleans Louisville Kansas City Me 1 phis Bvansville and Wheeling In 1870 the combined population of thea eight was 902870 In 1900 it was 1 756932 There is no good reason far as industrial and commercial reasonst climate location and other reasons elements are considered why the eight cities first named should have had 1IMS population thnn the other cities in 1870 and three times the population twenty years laterIn 1900 but there is reason neverthelessIBetween 1870 ancJ 1900 the governI ment of the United States improved t lake channels and deepened and iim- proved the harbors of the eight In cities and neglected the rivers on whose banks the other eight cities were located and as Senator Knox admirably put it The fact that the lake channels have Keen improved to a continuous depth df twentyone feet and a Inr share of the harbors deepened proportionately compared to theinterruptions and the limitations of imperfectly improved rivers establishes a conclusion which once seen cannot be ignored- It is a conclusion that is irresistible There is no reason why there should be improvement of one channel of waterway transportation to the neglect another like channel of equal if not greater importance for it is inevita that the one great feeder to the Panama Canal will be the Ohio River That is a fact which must be conceded in the light of the enormously rich and va able resources of the Ohio Valley Stat esit The Ohio Valley Improvement Association is enlisted in the battle for the 1 life of the Ohio and the life of the trade a commerce industrial agricultural and v fJe OOtorIO tE1V YOItK 9tS b IY JULY It luua BRYAN CORDIAL IS UR MURPHY COLD ONMEET1NGS Tammany Leader Unsmiling Expressionless Says Hardly a Word in Response to Candidates I Exuberancy but Is Forced by Nebraskan to Pose for Handshaking Photograph I MR COWERS WILL CARRY NEW YORK FOR BRfAN 71 We Dont I Vow I WIll Hevw Shake Your Hand Again Says FingyNew York Derogation Shows Little En thusiasmThe Candidate Ra pestslet the People RuleI His Followers Figures ben wrrroC ftoo LINCOLN teen Jeer II Wtttttn Jtnnlsa Uryma and Chart f Ww I phy etaped band II today ww buttery ef amen sad uator UH tjpw of nail tiMtlr 4j TIM Tam tunny l4r acooeeand fry Lwta Nixon Fmtett Buttes Manfa Mar tin LUltotoo Ortandu Tharor Kefewt r woe sad nanti Cob Ua loUIed through Uncoil BOfnowmfd bevbd tt IJItvoteck Ml afternoon q Klurpbr had wised the hew yl OH coming and Mr Bryan vraa l the Jdtfxn to met him Tfen eauilMau drove down from Pkirvtvw bohlaU cast Pr carypatKentucky admire with S mary mat Rote beside him and Mri Bryan dayihat1the back lent It was the hottese ned of the ataen wMh a bttftvnni eur nd- on1 and llfeles air but the raMUr end we duo vowhumor wonder tor them that 04 Promptly OD tun tbMurrx y rain rvtfea of Ur Into the crowded depot nblU two loon chewed LA Paioma the cab out on Land truck up bo etaa tie byraa ot tfce uunpalcu Mr Mur farewell phy a private urr wa at uw i ml eail Tbt tar the loo11 train and itr Muruby dla Pasted I lernoon played no hat in ronKni ba acittar e ou h sacs It wa Lwu Nixon wh Bret ekake n forced Mi way thfwuh is oneenoc urea h crowd to the epot wfctr Ur area mate th barehraded under 4 euu M to poach an 0II1l Olad to eee yuu arylall HmaNlu tliNew Yorker ib laagMtrpidate extended Uand and t Tilinka l about ue4Mr1tIr Tam I aaB4AtngAglrrolitngtoward t0 Nftcre of the iciieejent ak ull tbt Iwr01I kIWIu14sad i i I p-unarlltngirra Murphy now bone Mr- arYan a be tlgtoUd the slowlf tag fIYM to mining interests of the Ohio Valley It urges on all industrial agricultural and mining industries and on all communi ties in the Valley to send to the forth coming Louisville Convention n- and f October 22 and 23 representatives enthusiastic delegates to aid in the com pletion of the work of canalizing the great stream to a NineFoot Stage fro j Pittsburg to Cairo 8Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Umpire + Ga W A Floyd by name says IlucKlsns Arnica Salve cured the twoI worst sores 1 ever saw one on my hand and one on my leg Jt is worth more than its weight in gold I would net be without 1t if I had to mortgage the far to get itII Only 26c it Severs Drug Uo ofGusroN Deferred from loot weak mtu Lillie and Willie Hoavern of Alton Ind visited Miss Mary DurbinI few days last week soMrs Tom Kindle started tar her neW- t sohome in Oklahoma last Wednesday leMr and Mrs John Durbin were theI guests of their sister one day last week Misses Lula and Clara Osborn are iin Louisville the guest of their aunt Mrs Charles Beaver- a Mrs Nell Pike of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Tom Durbin one day last week heMrs Mary Adkinson of Irvington iis the guest of Mrs Dan Dowell kehiss Mnry Durbin gave a dinnor Sun day Sept 20 as it was her fifteenthI birthday Only relatives were there i Her mother presented her with a beau tiful gold brncelet geA 0 Marshall hns returned home from White Mills after being the guest of his aunt Mrs Henry Hnynes gave a musical1 Monday night Quito n number were Itthere and all reported a good time John Jarrett was in Irvington Sunday the guest of Miss Lizzie Sipes Mrs John Durbin and daughte- of t Miss Mary are in West Point blcofIlave You A Baby Then watch it closely And above all things dont let It suffer for any lengt of time with worms that is fatal I luits complexion gets yellow and pastyif is listless cross or peevishgets thin I suffers with flatulence give it Whites Vermifuge The only cure that nave- nd falls and has no bad effects rII Sold by A R Fisher r- aI IN rJISAS IBENEFITSTyphoid You Pull Through Gives You a New Stomach GOOD EVEN IN RHEUMATISM That Painful Affliction Keeps Other Miseries Out of the System and Is a Promoter of Long Life Blessings of Colds and Smallpox To be struck down by disease seems a most undesirable thing yet there are many living today in the fullest en joyment of very excellent health whoC but for an attack of some disease would have lived a life of almost per petunl misery These people were first of all vie time of indigestion in its worst form and only those who have experienced it know what true Indigestion Is Sfruck down by typhoid fever they came through the trying ordeal cured I of Indigestion for one outstanding ec centricity of typhoid is that If you pass through an attack safely It gives you a new stomach In fact after an attack of typhoid the victim Is usually left with a stomach like an Infant that is the grand chance offered tone 0 who has suffered It may be for long years from acute Indigestion iIf only be takes care after an attack of typhoid be need never know Indigestion again Be it remembered that any one trouI bled with severe indigestion Is not advised to go hunting around for typhoid fever That might prove to be a disas trous course to follow A chronic cold is lust one of those things which none of us want yet oven a chronic cold has its good points more especially If you happen to be u In years a bitnot too old of course People who are up in years and who suffer from chronic bronchitis seem to get remarkably well It keeps the blood in good circulation for of course the victims have to cough and that gives the heart a jerk and sends the blood coursing nicely through the veins and arteries- If tho cold be not too acute old peo plo derive considerable benefit An 11cutI11 It is tho chronic type only which yields benefitSmallpox is a dreaded scourge much so that if it be reported that case exists In a neighborhood a thrill passes through the whole community Yet those who suffer from smallpox and recover usually live to a green old1 someImysterious way by thoroughly purify lug the blood If however you desire to attain to a ripe old age you cannot get on at all without rheumatism Consider the hosts of old folks you encounter hobbling about grumbling all the day stout their bones and joints In nili probability these old people would have ben in their graves years be fore but for this very rheumatism The reason is that If rheumatism ii In the system It keeps other ills out It makes a grand fighting force oar keeps most other enemies of the hu man frame at bay especially those of the germ type suchma grand friend at hand you have to pay something for aid rendered but the pain of rheumatism if shockingly se vere at times Is not deadly and that is why one gets so tittle sympathy when suffering from rheumatism nut tho plain fact Is that a slight malady always benefits you even 1 If Indirectly As an example of that say a very bad spell of weather comes coutracmt a slight chill What do you propose to do Why to take the greatest care of yourself and make as certain as possible that your cold gets no chance of develop ing Into anything worse Now did that very slight cold not make its ap pearance cud cause you to be ex tremcly caret 11I of what you did there Is no saying what might happen to you any day during a spell of evil cold weather You might have exposed yourself so much that a severe chill r- I would have seized you followed byI lanuinraatlon of the lungs Accordingly a slight cold may easil save you from many worse Ills In this way minor afflictions act as warnings that worse things are cornII ing along but unfortunately many parsons quite neglect these warnings A man for example has Indigestion more or loss constantly yet pays Ilttl hood always expecting that It will disappear ono day Now If ho hind just paid attention to tho matter at the be ginning hooded the warning In shott he might not have boon lot in for a severe aver attack later on Every pain every ache every head ache all these are warnings the something else Is on tho way and willI be along shortly Pearsons Weekly An Idea of Business Does your titled son In law know anything nbout business Well answered Mr Cuiuros doubtfully he has had a lot of ext parlance with promissory notes and ho knows how to got a check raised Washington Star 1The Lightweight Champion mabn clamf pion did he lose the title Tlmklns Oh he didnt lose Ho merely sold his grocery and retired Chicago News r To feign a virtue Is to have Its opp site vice Hawthorne Ll rSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rice Clothes wade by modern methods Fit guaranteed lo- dI h I tailorsemJ H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonInd LIyH DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURC1 KY K x- eWill practice Ills profession In nilof II u ourts of RriMUinrlatit anil no Joining inuu tel l+ perlaaUentlun lvpn lo iolrfti n oad CHI s und criminal practice II i IIBi to practlce InUniutl St + Wr Iiru I ry Office ver Hank of llardlnsburk iJG4 l 1 IF G4r t it is the surest nnd safestY1 place you want to have your t watch repaired go to T C LEWIS r he knows how and does ashe knows He has one of thewfinest collections of beautiful rr uptodateaa JEWELRYyal- lgood not sboddy7at the very lowest prices gold and silver can bo bought for TpC Lewis Comclhc is glad to welcome youand give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler KyILII a S1 L flMr FABLE 1lODN1so rtaYAM step at IrvlnifUti and wsi I iviot nnh iirrlv at I tevllleA M No lit tHII4ailanor31 trrbitlv1 CO +tnwrt 100t A M stops Hi all way statloaS rrtVMKLoulNVtllIt 1845 p ID Train No 114 Dully IHM mall etiM Clue stageI Ltraitwllle7abt Train No UK Ualiy Cimnrpoit aceeeell0 latlon arrives Clovervxrt 5100 m LJ- WEST BOUND No 147 Oiliy EY HUSiiIIPru irmodmtJon Pause Clover port s0u n taUtps at all wifMluilnns arrives KrHnrIlp8WJ to Train 0111 Dully fast mat aid esplllf ipiiTtM Cu vrori 11 oa a m t tm on II ao0i1 Kv nsvrle arrives St LonlaTiMp m Train No HI Mull and kxprrffe dully a rlfes CioTeriTt 740 p m Evansville 10 Ipm iitopft at all 8tallnii I maaily ft Lou IN taut t lClnlaCreWa rt 11 C1tII P M arrlTf ETannTlllf 1 1 o Et LoulI to A M gtoptl At laaRervllq 1bar nelxm sad Hender on nnl CtllrtBrlon trains II11 us 114 betweea LonlsvllU and Xan91llfl Through sleep- iorrtlandfreerecliafti chair can on tralMlfl nun i I twnen Loabvllle Tunsvllle r 4Pt Ix nlH- Fordsville Branch BAST BOUND Tr lr No1 dally except c iiMUy irmfw KordHt Die 000 it sift IrvturlOB tvll a ui lYr1n No 4 Dally except 9nndnr I irswNnrdyvit1Y450pm arru Irvlntrnia ttM x l ir I1 aln No 6 Sunday onlY lieRordev111e700amI WKFT HOUND Train No X Dally except Sunday twvafl Irvtunton 11 10 a ID tTlves Por0BTll mess- p 11 11rrtouTfmf I p i 1 e WEBSTERS 4 INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY A Library in One Book Besides an accurate prao tical and scholarly vocabu nary of English enlarged WORDSttho International contains a History of the English LanguaBc Guido to Pronunciation Dictionary of Pictioa Now Gazetteer of the World Now Bio rnptl ical Dictionary Vocabulary of Scripture Names Greek EngtForItions Metric System Etc 2a 0 luc COOOIMuttrutlon SHOULD YOU NOT OWN SUCH A BOOK XVKBKTEBB CuUAQUTE l ICTuNAKr Lrif I nit of our abridtrmroU Jlrfrular ant Thin I lapcrrlton lUG IJIA 1100 1IIoralluao I Writ rnrDietenaffWdoklreFr I O C MERRIAM CO Springfieldl Miss GET THE BEST Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good willetC yearrPost office pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the br nch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write oJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday ibsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of r 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas R itify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should giv their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1908 Watch the label on your paper and remember our rule The farmers under a protective tariff are satisfied and are all standpatters Mr Bryan is now appealing to the young men Probably ho realizes the futility of appealing to those who can remember those CC sixteento ono and crossof fold days Chicago Evening Post Hugh Frymire is the only outspoken Hearst man we know of In this county He is redhot for him He was formerly a Demo crat but he says that party is on its last legs and after this campaign it will be a thing of the past He thinks the Independence League will take its place in the next campaign Mr Frymire thinks he will canvass the county in the interest of Hearst and his party We have a real live Democratic Club in this town They have openedup for business in the old Post Office next to the News Office Are the Republicans all dead they must be as we dont hear of then doing anything They had better get busy They havnt got as easy a going thing as they think for Wo believe Taft couldcarry this state with the right kind of work But hell never do it with the Republicans all asleep Wako up men and as President Roosevelt says put some ginger into the campaign Col Bon Johnson made a good clean record in his seat in Con gress last session He was in his place at every roll call He filled it too as very few men have ever filled it for the first term Ho took to it like a duck to water He was there for business and he did business Pity we havent had a man like him there for the past twenty years Our rivers especially the Ohio would have been in very much better shape we are sure Ben Johnson is a worker hes not an idler a time killer but a hard worker Hes been a busy man all his life in public and private walks And thats the secret of his suc cess Ve need suchmen to look after our interests and when we get a man like Johnson we ought to keep him there They do it in other Suites why not in Kentucky 1 Democrats Republicans Inde pendents and good citizens who believe in the man and his works should support Ben Johnson The News intends to do it with a hearty goodwill There is no humbuggery about Mr Taft You know just where he stands on every question His record is an open book In his speeches last week ho stood face to face with the representatives of organized labor and did not budge from his previous position as a judge in issuing injupctions in industrial cases and by appealing to the reason of his hearers he won we believe a great moral victory though he did not hesitate to say that he differed with Mr Gompers f and he characterized the secondary boycott as unfair and unwise in terms which no man could misunderstand Mr Taft says HIt has been sought to give the impression that this record of mine as a Judge shows that I am unfriendly to labor Nothing could be further from the fact No one that 1 know has more sympathy with the laborin tir-n no one that I know is more anxious for which will enable the wage earner to maintain himself in the struggle for a livelihood and in his relations with a powerful em ployer My relations to labor have not been confined to decisions upon the bench As the executive in charge of the work on the Panama Canal I have had under me for four years upward of thirty thousand laborers I have had occasion in the Philippines to deal with labor questions there and I feel very confident that no one at allcognizant of the situation will charge that in my administration of the office of Governor of the islands I was not fully alive to the inter ests of the laboring men- The difference between Mr Taft and Mr Bryan is that Mr Taft has hud the practical experience in most every phase of government we know what he has done and will do In Mr Bryan we have only the theory and promises andall of them are dead issues 1 IUI t d I Races 1 Four Big Races Daily x Derby Day Wednesday SPECIALS oTuesday Mule Race Wednesday Pony Racea II Thursday Slow Mule Race Ii Kentuckys best horses will start 1 DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS John S Ray Will Make a Red Hot Speech liege Saturday Afternoon BIG CROWD EXPECTED James S Younger secretary of the Bryan and Kern Club announces that John S Ray will speak in this city Saturday at 200 PM The speaking will take place at the Democratic Headquarters which are stationed at the old Post Office Build ing Large Attendance V G Babbage was at Hawesville Monday attending County Court Mr Babbage said their was a large court there and his practice is greatl increasing in Hancock County Novel Honeymoon Mr and Mrs Ira Behen returnee lastThursday night from Louisville on the eleven oclock train and left the following morning in their launcl for Wyandott Cave They did their maneuverings secretly and made then arrival and departure without anyone knowing they were in the city Spend Sunday in Harwesville Mr and Mrs Noell were the guests of friends in Hawesville Sunday Mr Noell is eightysix years of age and is one of the most active men in town He is possibly the oldest man in Clo verport Mrs Noell is nearly twenty years younger than her husband She is improving after a long illness Wedding Guests Among those from a distance who attended the PlankBehen wedding were Mrs Chamberlain of Irving ton Mrs Randall of Louisville Mrs Plank and daughter Jessie Katherine Leslie Plank of Owensboro Mrs John Kincheloe and Mrs Manie Moorman of Hardinsburg nnn ANNOUCEMENT Mrs James Cordrey an nounces that her Fall and Winter Millinery Opening will be held Wednesday andThursday of next week She will be assisted in displaying hog goods by Miss Ashley of Cincinnati The public is cordially invited to attend both da- ysDDE Girls in Blue John L The Lion Tamer London Ghosts The Wild Man The Wild and Pony Show Scores of other clever HARDINSbURG Miss Tula Daniel has left for con ference which convenes at Owens bore this week Chas Moorman and Miss Marion Bowmer were the guests of Dr andI Mrs J E Kinchcloc Sunday Rev Bowden of Covington is assisting Rev English in a series of meetings at the Baptist church Misses Maud Smith and Rosa LouI Ditto spent Sunday at home C L Beard spent a few days of last week at Bowling Green Mrs J H Pile Is visiting relative in Louisville and attending the horse- show Mrs Taylor Beard has returnee from Virginia Mr and Mrs G W Beard are in Owensboro thij week attending con ferenceMatthias Hook the youngest son of Mr and Mrs T J Hook has ap pendicitisMr Mrs John Alexander have moved here from Buras in the prop erty owned by D S McGill and wlli imike this their permanent home Mr and Mrs P M Beard and Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard have re turned from Midway where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Carl ton Richardson Garland Parton and Miss Flossie Eskridge of Falls of Rough were granted license to be married at the brides home Sunday Sept 27th The pay roll for the schools has been received by the County Superin tends it The per capita after de ducting for pauper schools remains 302 per pupil the best ever paid by Keptucky The smallest schools in the county pay 2715 per month The dog tax of 145578 divided among the 6705 school children of the county helped to the tune of more than 20 cents per pupil Jule Jackson of Tarfork was in town Monday Robert P Heston of Florida is here visiting his mother Mrs Mary C Whitworth was at Kirh Sun day in attendance at the Sunday School Rally Hon Chas Blanford of Bewley ville John M Bulter of Custer and other prominent Republicans were in town Dix of was in town Monday Milt Dowell of Bewley ville was here Monday Father Thomas went to Louisville Monday He is suffering with rheu matism Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cancot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known P J Jhoney for the lust l years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any tbllgatlons made by his firm Waldlng Kinnan n Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halts Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ctlne directly upon the blood and mucous urfaces of the system Testimonials sent ree Price 75 cents pr bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation DUKES Mrs Chas Campbell is ill at this James Rowland who has been sick for some time is no better Rev J S J Brear of Fordsville filed his regular at the C P church Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Mule Lambert of Yel PERUNARECEIVES j1 For Relieving Symptoms as Debility Backache and HeadacheAfMrs Tresslo Nelson 609 North 5th Ave Nashville Tenn writes AsPornnahasdonemeaworldofgood I fool In duty bound to toll of It in hopes that it 4may moot the oyo of some who has Buffered as Idid iFor five years I really did not know what a rS5 Wi perfectly well day was and if I did not have itil MRS TRESSIE NELSON headache I had backache or a pain somewhere and really life was not worth the effort Imode to keep going itA good friend advised me td use Po runs and Iwas glad to try anything and I am very pleased to say that six bottles made a new woman of me and I have no more pains and life looks bright again Thero are a great many phases of womans ailments that require the as sistance of tho surgeon But by far the greatest number of such cases are amenable to correct medicinal treatment A vast multitude of women have been relieved from the ailments peculiar to their sex through tho uso of Peruna as prescribed by Dr Hartman He receives many letters from all parts of the country relating to subjects of vital interest to womankind- Of tho vast multitude of women Dr Hartman treats annually only a small per cent of them consider It necessary to write to the Doctor at all While it is not affirmed that Peruna will relieve every case of this kind It is certainly the part of wisdom for every woman so afflicted to give Peruna a fair trial vington spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother Emmett Hall Mrs Rebecca Powers end Elizabeth Dunn are visiting relatives at Ensor and Owensboro Mr and Mrs Oscar Batman and children of Happy Hollow visited her parents Mr and Mrs J T Johnson a few days last week Mrs Anna Slaughter was in Pates ville Friday on business Mrs Pearl Marlow and little son of Owensboro visited her brother Lud Bowlds from Tuesday until Friday Mr and Mrs L Newbury went to Whitesville Saturday to be at the bed sideof their soninlaw Cicero Rear don who is very low with the fevers Dukes base ball team defeated Hawes ville team Sunday on the formers ground The score stood 13 to 2 Mrs Will Evans died at her home near this place Friday evening and was buried in the family burying ground Saturday evening at 3 oclock She was fortythree years old and besides her husband she is survived by two Wheatley visited relatives at Midway a few days last week Miss Flora Newbury spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Emma Clark of Patesville O 6 7 8 9 DO The Sullivan Woman attractions HestonJessie MondaySam Stephensport writingMrs appointment Such childrenMiss ExhibitsTh prize products of Western Kentucky in every partment of the farm and City Live stock fine poultry products of the culinary department and fine needlework SPECIALS 1st 2nd 1st 2nd flutter half lb 1700 300 Tobacco Burley 1000 1500 Red Wheat H bu 400 Host Stallion and White Corn 300 two or more Yellow Corn liO Colts 81500 f1000 lDozen Ears Best Stallion Tobacco Pryor 1000 500 UedlRree not required 6 12 IlU Mrs Joseph I4elle124 Bronson St Ottawa East Ontario Canada writes w I suffered with backache and head ache for over nine months and relieved me until I took Peruna This to is by far better than any other medicine for these troubles A few tIes relieved mo of my miserable half dead halfalive condition- I am now In good health havo fr neither ache nor pain nor have I had any for the past year If every suffer ing woman would take Peruua would soon know its value and never be without it si Mrs M Kliner 2018 E 86th St S E Cleveland Ohio C I am good health since tak Yto ing your medicine I had suffered for s good many years previous to taking kl Peruna and over since L can say that I do know whatheadache orneuralgia body afflicted with catarrh in any form can be cured by taking Peruna i w supper at Saturday ni htI R IV tw Aunt Betsy Roff A D Last People Rejoice s Election 1C The temperance lecture given at this place Thursday night by Rev of Cloverport was well attended His lecture was fine Mrs Georgia Sargent and son Yan 1 del are visiting in Owensboro and t Miss Veria Tinius of Holt is the guest of her aunt Mrs Chas Tiniuir Miss Sarah of Uniontown is the guest of her auntMrs l Conn Our town has much to be thankful 1 for in the local option election On Tuesday morning September 22 the messenger of death came and sum moned Aunt Betsy Roff to leave this old world and cross over to the home where she will not be alone t n t 111 101 II IQ fl M 0 I H de horses 1000 IJJ Free Every named herein is free and will be running morn till night Big trick Cabin Act Wild West Show Ascension Day Many other fine attractions going all the time I iiQ kdmission 25c to years 15c Gradstand to toe Special Rates nothing medicine botLt theyhe writesCenjoying S1IstlHomerPatesville STEPHENSPORT Passes waytlTuesday Morning OverC Currys Fordsville Buchanan Pikel beyond DOOODOOO CHOEZD THE BIG DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR Owensboro Ky October 10 WHAT YOULL SEE AND WHAT YOU CAN THERE MidwayT- he Dog PRAISE Features feature from Balloon Every Adults Children everybody ON ALL RAILROADS nA- ND I1BOATSIIIIJIQ V j Its the one time that athe People will be tthereYou cant afford to miss seeing your FriendsGet i in tha funIts yours fOhe coming Thursday ll- n is Gloverport Day vrQoI QomI oo QomI QomI EIco Qom o n QoaQonI o e Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY SEPT 30 1908Lf A Remedy Reliable CATARRH Elys Cream Balm IIt quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Onco It cleanses soothes heals and protects i morni branoresultingfroraCatarrh away a Cold in tho FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size GO eta at Drug gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York PERSONALAND LOCAL Subscribe for the News Chas Fallon willl go to Louisville 7 today Bert Beavin has returned from Du rant I T f Miss Ola Fallon has returned from rr Louisville Millinery opening this week at Mrs CdreysFor One fine Jersey calfV- G Babbage Mrs George Mullen has returned from Waitman Mrs Geo Jordan improving after a weeks illness Buck Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was here Sunday I It t Mr and Mrs Barney Squires went to Holt Thursday Hovious Rafferty was here from Louisville Saturday Douglas Rafferty is convalescing from a seriousillness- Mrs Rosa Whitehouse has returned home from the country Beautiful veils face veils and Rus sian veils at Mrs Cordreys The Baptist ladies will give a Hal loween social in Oelzes Hall f F Just in a shipment of the well known Quast shoes at Allens Mrs H L Stader visited the Misses 1 Sheldon at Tell City last week A few points down on a lot of light weight Douglas shoes at Allens Mrs McKensie of Helena Ark is the guest of Mrs Frank Payne sn For saleOne 05 gallon self measur ing coal oil tankV G Babbage jMrs Sallie Venable returned home tYfrt Owensboro Wednesday evening Mr Pragoff of Louisville has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry MayMrs Adams has returned here to spend the winter with Mrs H A OelzeNice new hair rats merry widow puffs and braids for sale at Mrs Cor dreysIn order to introduce the Quast shoe we have cut 25c a pair in price AliensMiss t Hardin of Holt is the guest of Misses Mary and Addle Mc Gavock Mrs H V Duncan spent Sunday at Brandenburg with Mr and Mrs David Duncan Mrs Cannon arrived here from Lilac Ky last week to visit Mrs Frank Mattingly- A good strong boy wanted at Al lens to knock down prices with a sledge hammer Mrs Sallie Gross expects to visit Miss Lelia Henley at Peewee Valley at an early date Messrs Storms and Baker of Han cock county were guests of the Misses Wroe Sunday Miss Baker a charming young girl BLOODWe it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshedbone muscle and brain in body and mindwith continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it- Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take SCOTTSEMULSION It sets the whole body going againman woman and child Send tttte advertisement together with name of wet in which It appears your address and tow suck to cover pottage and we will send you aCnplste Ilaady AUw of the World lC01TalOWl408 rSaNlwY8lk from Owensboro was the guest of Mrs Payne Saturday Miss Tula Daniel was here Wednesday the guest of Mrs V G Bab bage en route to Nebo Mr and Mrs W F Marr of Gar field were here last week visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Pate If your wife is a little hard to man age buy her a pair of shoes called Solid Comfort at Allens David Murray Jr of Hardinsburg and Robert Moorman of Glendeane were guests of friends Friday Mrs Francis Sawyer and Mrs Joe Sawyer and daughter Jane Lamar spent Sunday in Hawesville Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Miss Jennie Warfield of Louisville has arrived here to be the guest of Mrs Frank Fraize during October Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except wt ek followir g4th Monday Morrison etc Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Owen Hendrickson was the guest of Mrs H L Stader last week while Mr Hendrickson was Jn Owens bdro Mrs S H McCracken and children returned Saturday from Cincinnati where they have been the guests of relativesFrank Ferry one of the best known engineers on the Henderson Route has been spending his vacation in the NortheastMore is offered to exhibitors at the Daviess County Fair this year than ever before in the history of the exhibitionMrs H Willing of Fulton Mo has arrived at Hawesville to spend the winter She is the aunt of Mrs J H Wills Mrs B F Orr of Middletown Ky will arrive this week to visit Mrs Geo Weatherholt and Mrs Curt WeatherholtWhod thunk it that the attrac tions on the Midway at the Daviess County Fair will cost the association about 20000 this year Mrs Jennie Mogan and son C L and Will Mitchell of Addison were guests of Miss Mitchell and Miss Florence Lewis Sunday Born to the wife of Clyde Morrison September 19 a boy Wallace Thomp son named in honor of Wallace Lishen anti his uncle Thompson Morrison Never such a pleasant mixture of fun frolic and real educational value has been found as will be seen every day atthe Daviess County Fair Oct 6 to 10 Miss Martin Monarch daughter of Mr and Mrs John Monarch of Kirk will spend the fall and winter with her cousin Miss Verna Monarch at Denver Colorado Those who have attended county fairs know that they meet all of their old friends and acquaintances This will be one of the nice features of the Daviess County Fair this year For lovers of the pugilistic sport the Daviess county Fair offers probably the last chance to see John L Sullivan in the ring in Kentucky While he seems to be young still he is going to soon reach his declining years Those who are anticipating seeing the Daviess County Fair and most every one iSwill be glad to learn that the admission prices will be as follows Gate for adults 25 cents for children between the ages of six and twelve 15 cents and the grand stand for the races 10 cents to all Lower than ever before Birthday Party A most enjoyable birthday party was tendered Edward Morrison Saturday evening by his parents Mr and Mrs Jake Morrison at their residence in the West End in honor of his 22nd birth day The house and table was beauti fully decorated the color scheme being green and red Games and music were participated in by the young folks and last of all a most delightful repast was served The invited gUests were Misses Zula Bowlds Brook Carman Rachel Jackson Esther Mae Jackson Bessie Keys Iva McKinney Bettie Marguerite Melone of Louisville Mary Brown of Irvington Messrs Fred Newton Horace Tucker Bernard Mor rison Layton Furrow Floyd Carter Joe Graham Beavin Tucker and Ed Morrison Mrs V E Jackson Messrs and Mesdames John Ridge Tony Nichols Chas Jackson William Hoffious Master Vernon Gault Ridge little Misses Carrie Mae Jackson Pauline Nichols Louise Nichols and Elmer Hoffious Editor III David Duncan editor and publisher of the Meade County Messenger has been ill for several days suffering from a serious cold Concrete Walk Mr Halliday is having a concrete pavement laid in front of the Clover port and Tar Springs Hotel in the West End It will be a great convenience to the residents in that part of the city n IBeforec and After Ta- kingShorthandI IWA young man was drawing 50 a month He took a course at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS A year later his salary was 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 in I n r 400aff yearGet Right now You will tie well startedon your work when the Fall enrollment comes Bo graduated at the time when not many are graduating and have just so mu positionEnroll 9 nf rClarks School of Business W LJ u= 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky f Q 2 HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 31 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to thei South Aug 18 Sept 1 and Is October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 15- Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Special Tourist Fares Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Re duced fares from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 132027 Sept 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale Low Rates To North 13 75 from ICoverpoit to Omena Pateskey Travers City Mackinaw City Northport Mackinac Island Mich and return Septembr r good to return September 30 Trl State Fair Evansville Ind Sept 29 Oct 3 1908 290 round trip from Cloverport Sept 282930 and Oct 128 good to return Oct 4 Daviess County Fair Owensboro Ky Oct 610 155 round trip from Cloverport Oct 5678910 good to return Oct 11th Fall Meeting Louisville Jockey Club 3 Cloverport to Louisville and re turn September 28 good to return October 10 Also sell Sept 30 Oc tober 3 7 10 14 17 good returning two days from date of sal- eNOTICE Tomorrow is the first day of October Do not let the day pass without renew ing your subscription to the News if it expires this month The home paper is your friend and you should give it your support The News will stand by you and all it asks for you to do the same in return When you have any news items telephone or send them to the assistant editor These little attentions are always appreciated and go a long ways in making up a good newspaper Dont just read the locals but read every page of the News Read the inside page as well as the first page If you know anything interesting that has happened or that will happen let us know and by all means do not neglect to renew your subscription before i expires Many sufferers from nasalcatarrh say they get splendid results by usin an atomizer For their benefit we pre pare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is in all respects like the healing helpful painallaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray is n remedy that re lieves at once All druggists 75c in cluding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York Will Live In Kansas I Dr and Mrs Chipp and handsom- young son Roy arrived from Louisville Monday to visit Mr and Mrs James Younger Mrs Chipp was Miss Helen Brashear who has many relatives in this county Dr Chipp is a wellknown physician of BirdsvilleKy but has recently sold his practice there and he will move his family to Witchata r Kansas Our Correspondents During the last month we have not been sending stationery to our corres pondents on account of lack of space to use the letters but now that the fairs and election are over we will devot- the columns of the News to locals from different places We are mailing sta tionery to some of our correspondents this week and hope you will send us an excellent newsletter by Saturday morning II Wants COR RENTA furnished room in a rest oftowntLeNapperDank SALI Standard gas enalno oil ami- gasoline DreckenridRe News Office thoNowsness OreenUntversltyenrldge New- sHEATER and cooker combined stove for News office- SALE961EN WANTED to look after our tn lireckenrldge and adjacent dressLincolnpOIt HALE Twelve nlco stock Ewes and DakeryIJardlnsburj e MORE WATCHESAnd on them than you will find at most places Severs Drug Co L V G BABBAGEAt- torney at Law and Notary Public Cloverport Kentucky Read this ad before you read any thing else in this paper and if you are In trouble over any matter I can pull you out all right The cost can be adjusted later Do you want a contract deed or any legal paper drawnj Then call at my office and dont bother the law yers over at Hardinsburg about it Do you want to borrow a little money sell or buy a good farm Do you want to rent a good farm or have you one to sell at a bargain Do you want Life Insurance in the worldthet adt assets are over two hundred and twentyseven thousand dollars If so I can write it for you ofgbank stock in the Bank of Clover port If so I have it for sale Have you any notes or acconnts or debts of any character that you want collected or closed up by mort gage If so bringorsend them tome If you can not call to see meat my place of business in Cloverport drop me a line through the mail and I will give the matter immediate at tention Respectfully V G Babbage MENeLEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior meth ods in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions abso lutely guaranteed graduates Full in formation in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY KyeMrs Austin Brown Miss Mary Brown Mrs Luther Wilson and Scott Brown who are here to see Walker Brown are the guests of Miss Nannie Collins and Mrs Mattie Collins d1 1NNWJ MWwiAiIAAIM1w1AM1ANAAIY IMYM SHOES SHOES SHOES I forIICWe have the style and kinds every member of the household I Father Mother Sister Brother little folks and big Let us makes your feet glad I H IIJ C NOLTE BRO I CLOVERPORT KY M4tWArw4rnJN u I aIIram DontI- t t Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work NVe carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order I Once a Customer Always One I Foundry Machine Co T F C jjt W B ffi II C T JK m Will Go of Ind who has visiting his son Wm Pine will leave next month Gery Okla homa intends to settle there Day The Womans Foreign Society of the Methodist church have changed their meeting day to the second Friday in each month Mrs H V Duncan the the society will take up some the coming smfBl r You CanIlive like lords tIm and have good home made bread and cakes cookies equal to andIthat mother used to if you will use GOLD DUST IThere is no better flour in the marlet As flour is a lorge part of our liv Iing it is that it be good and Try pureIFlour and you to keep on using it Cadick Milling CoIndiana fSJJJfsm Cloverport BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated u u Capital Surplus UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small receive same careful1 as ones and we appre ciate your and paid on Time BANK OF CLOVERPORT KY r Lws m Food 11- I 1 I k purekj W i FOR SALE Clovorport Weisonborg Noble L y I N II Quiggins Oelze Hinsol Irvington J Duggins Mat x WmW ft fI M 1 Carr Bottling Manufacturing Works mHavesville Kentuckyy West C C Pine Newberg been for Mr Pine Meeting Changed Missionary president says special work during winter w pies CADICKS FLOUR important Cadicks isfied r and accounts the attention larger business influence Interest Deposits CLOVEPPORT BY Hoyser Sippel Harnod and Has Southern Church A welcome visitor to this city recently has been lather Peierceall who ha been the guest of Father Brey While herb he delivered two splendid sermons to the Catholic congregation He has charge of St Pauls church at Birming ham Ala which is a very high po sition Itching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Deans Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggists all sell it a SHEATHKNICKERS TO RULE Fashion And Necessity Demand That Only The Silk or Satin Pants May Be Worn With The NewkGovns We are upon the verge of all the seething turmoil of the reign ot terror the parallel of the French revolution iiis about to be enacted in our midst for wheret the French a hundred years ago oil tore down the customs and concevtions of centuries we that iiis our m istisare about to rend asunde the m inner that is the woman manner of drew Whatever else the welldressed women this v i inter do or do not do they mus Hot be calkin with petticoats No even tne bride must wear a petticoat lost Hi there is a delightful arrange menl Hff ilk or satin called sheath knickers hurt like pants as the Village seamstress gasped in anguish at sight of them this morning at the fjwhi exposition now in progress at the Auditorium FASHION AND NECESSIT DEMAND Pavilion has decreed through the itttdirm of Elizabeth A C White alma er of the show that with certain owns the sheathknickers must be Worn antl indeed viewingthe models U would twem that necessity also de Mds that they be worn With cer Kn Irenes one may wear a thin slip skirt over the knickers but nothin thicker than cambric handkerchief This morning the countless visitors at she show were engaged in making hast ketches of the exclusive models for tbe benefit of country patrons Over in a oorner of the room Miss White was ex pounding the virtues and principles of proper use of the corset Why I have saved more lives am given more healthcomfortand grace to the woman of this world than any othe living woman I tell you the corset is a sanitary institution It produce health and happiness models poo figures and restrains all tendency to embonpoint Fundamental to woman happiness is a corset I tell you the tudy of it is one of the great and gram things of the world PRINCESS BY ANOTHER NAME Now Ill tell you something else What we called the princess skirt las yw is the same thing this year only iit aint called princess Anything ahoy the waist line is called a redingote They aint been in style since 1 can re member eighteen or nineteen years Another word for them is remontente Thats a pretty sweet word for them Then another dress this season is tile charmeuse that means a charming Woman You always heard of tbe Charmeuse during the Parisian revolu don and the empire days and everything now ts after that period you know Chicago Post For say pain fron top to toe from any cause apply Dr Thomas Electric till Pain cant stay where it is used t That Little Shaver of Ours We all love him and long for him tto grow up to br a man the whole world will to That isi why we wish he uiigh remember two or three things One of 1 S liege is that the world needs good r Nervous BreakDown Nerve energy is the force that controls the or gans of respiration circulation i digestion and elimination Whei you feel weak nervous irritable sick it is often be cause you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gavo away completely and left me on tho verge of the grave I tried skilled physi cians but got no permanent relief I got so bad I had to gtve up my business I bogan taking Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured I am In business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy MRs W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return IIrlco of first bottlo only IIf It faU- te benefit you JIll a Medical Co Elkbarti lad- S Are You- Regular 7 If you are not it is a sign of disease a sign of some hidden female trouble that nay be under mining and weakening your con stitution and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak ir regular suffering women have in the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use of that wen known successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura the remedy OFCAROUtl WOMANS RELIEF Apple G Barnes of Alto Tex writes I caught cold which made me irregular and gave me pains In my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not lift a chair Cardui brought me ISall right again I have no more pains and am In very good healthAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and desrrlblng symp toms to Ladies Ailvisrirv Drjpt The Chattanooga Medicine CoV Chattanooga Tenn E 34 0 si a f clean men Not men with clean faces and hands merely but clean gall through heart mind and soul That is the reason why we wish he never would get the idea into his head that it makes a boy more manly to go around with a pipe or cigarette iin his mouth A roll of tobacco with fire at one end of it and a boy at the other never yet made much of a man It takes more than that It is because we love him so that we want him to be ashonest as the day is long A man who looks you in the eye and never cheats himself nor anybody else is n man whether he has a cent in his pocket or not And we want our boy to roaster all there is to be mastered around the farm and everywhere elsa so far as may be right and true and helpful He needs to know about horses cows colts calves hens sheep and all the other farm friends an how to care for them t WI are anxious too that he should learn to use the farm machinery to the best posible advantage But there iis another machine we should like him to know so win that he will take care of it no matter what way come and that is his own body If that gets brokendown it is not very easy to mend itFarut Journal Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Groom Hotel Vaughn Miss sees For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure II The fame of this life revving cough and cold remedy and lung and thn at healer is world wide Sold by Severs Drug Co sOc and 1 Trial bottle free Millions in Rail way Improvements This Is not the day of greedy expan sion into npw territory by the great railroad systems of the United Stateit- is not the era of warfare among railroad presidents for rights of way into ma developed country and neither is it the period of acquiring branch lines which connect with the main systems It is the period of physicall development ot rail road systems in the fullest sense of termWhat does the expenditure of hund reds of millions of dollars by the various railroads mull Ask the railroad kiugs who are authorizing the expenditures or better still go to the points where the money is spent and the answer is obvious for physical development The Pennsylvania Railroad occupies the foremost position front the stand point of mngnitude of improvements now under way In the past six years it has planned for the expenditure of 120 000000 for improvements adjacent to New York City besides other costly work upon more remote sections of the road It may be justly stated that the card inal principle of the day of railroading is- o increase the efficiency of transport ation To do this vast sums of money must be spent on terminals cutoffs reducing grades eliminating grade crossings increasing the number of tracks and the purchase of rolling stock Millions and hundreds of millions must be expended by the great railroads for carrying on this work The railroad cantains of industry in the face of constant adverse legislation are today confronted with this very serious problem Where is the money coming from George Calvert in American Industries for September t SECT LIB mm Two Hundred Thousand to Tr For Rosebud Lands NUMBERS BELOW 4001 WIN + Reservation In South Dakota to Bo Opened In October Is Said to Nave Deep Rich Soil That Yields Abun dantlyNew Method of Registering One million acres of fine farming land of the Rosebud reservation will be thrown open to homestead settle ment and entry In Trtyp county S D In October The Trlpp county bill was passed In February 1007 and for the last two summers an allottln agent tins been busy allotting the In proIIfinished and the actual registratloi for the big lottery of farms will take place Oct 5 to 17 The drawing of the lucky names from the big churn will take place Oct 10 and a inillloi acres will be added to the productlvi agricultural domain of the world A person In order to register for ift- farm In the great Trlpp opening moll have to appear In person at out of the following places Gregory Chamberlain Dallas or Presho S D and ONeill and Valentine Neb The plan of this registration differs from former plans In that applicant will not be required to stand In HIM at registration booths to show they qualifications and be registered dUl Ins specified hours dally but may swear to their applications before any officer qualified to administer oath nod at any hour at any of the towns named and then send them to James W WItten at either Dallas or Gregory by mall in person or otherwise at any time before 430 oclock In the afternoon of Oct 17 says a Gregory S DI correspondent of the Kansas City Star This not only relieves applicants from standing In line probably ninny hours but enables them to swear to their applications at any hour thus shortening their stay at the registration point It also prevents congestion caused by the assembling of large crowds at a limited number of registration points Gregory and Dallas are the only two registration points the other four towns named being affidavit points that Is the headquarters of the land office officials will be In Gregory nut Dallas At the four other towns men Honed affidavits tnay be made out for registration and mailed to the land offices In Gregory and Dallas The re port that has been circulated to the effect that a person cnn register by mall from anywhoro in tine United States is in error A drawing will be held at Dallas S D on Oct 10 to determine who of the persons registered will be given the right to make entry If a person draws a number smaller than 4001 lIt will be notified by stall addressed to the postofflce given In his nppllcntlnn unless he subsequently gives another to appear at some date probably In the month of March WOO when he will be eruiltted to enter a onequur ter section or less of these lauds Gregory and Dallas are the antI towns named that lie along the reser vatlon border and as most of those desiring to register will desire to seethe country to be opened the great rush will be In those two towns It IIs estimated conservatively that nearly 200000 will register for a choice Pane In Tripp county Every unmarried citizen of the Unit ed States more than twentyone year old man or woman will have the right to register also the head and support of any funnily of any age either I man or woman Inns the right to register Married women are Inullgl ble No person who owns more t huu 100 acres of land or who line already exert bed the right of homestead will be allowed to register Special privileges are granted to sol filers or sailors or exsoldlcrsl or ex sailors of the United States service or their widows They may bo roproseut ed by an agent who can register for them provided lc has their powor of attorney and n copy of their honorable1 discharge papers also they are allow od to file a declaratory statement in case they are successful for 2 which will segregate and hold the land for them for six months within which time they must complete their filing and settle upon the land Each settler will bo allowed to file upon a quarter section of ICO acres For tho laud so filed upon in the first three months tho price will bo 0 an nero For tho lands filed upon in the next throe months 150 an acre will bo the price and after that time 250 an acre The payments are distributed over a period of five years 0 land being 1CO at the time of filing and 100 a year thereafter for five years 450 land will be 100 down at time of filing nnd 112 a year for five years The 250 land will be 1GO down and 48 a year for five years Five years Is the time of residence required except that tho government allows a sot tier to commute on his land at any time after fourteen months continu ous residence and get a patent for tho tame by proving his residence and cul tivation of the claim and paying the balance due on the homestead pur chase price The general character of the fertile Rosebud country is gently undulating prairie thickly covered with the succulent and luxuriant grasses of the coun try The soil Is a deep rich black loam and very fertile nnd very pro ductive Corn oats flax millet bar icy wheat rye and all cereals and vegetables give extra heavy yields IIII i lThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON- Assistant t Cashier f Pays 3 per cent on time no more Three per cent is as much as f the best batiksI in this state pay and as much as any managed bank can afford to pay I A4r Wheat will average twenty foushols corn forty bushels oats sixty bushels flax elcveu bushels and other crops in proportion Potatoes give an especially heavy yield The same character of land some 400000 acres or thlfe same Rosebud reservation was opened to homestead I settlement In Gregory county adjoin I ing Trtpji county on the oast four yours slit at 4 an acre This laud Is now selling nit from 35 to 50 and a few choice quarters have brought SCO an acre Gregory and Dallas are bothin Greg ory county near the Trlpp county line and are new towns Gregory Is the largest town In the Rosebud country having a population of about 2000 and Is four yjnrs old Dallas has about BOO or 1000 Inhabitants nnd is two years ol- dHANCOCK CLARION NEWS NOTES Digs for Water Gets Coal It is not often the case that one can go out on his farm and dig for water finding water and coal in the under taking but that is exactly what Ed Nichols Jr who lives three and ono half miles out the Hartford road did one day last wetk The scarcity of stock water ware it necessary that he locate water somewhere and for that purpose he began to dig About three feet down he suddenly bumped into a splendid vein of coal 3 12 feet deep imImediatelyI work coal at once which he believes will grow much better as he advances I under the hill He has a considerable acreage of the mineral so he thinks So it is often proven that the hUs of Hancock are good for many things beside the voluntary raising of sassafras sprout 000 Now For Gravel Roads I Geo1 Messrs Orville Patterson and C Wilson have succeeded in raising by private subscription in town thirty or forty dollars for tbo purpose of load ing and unloading gravel which farmers along the Pellville and Hartford toads have agreed to haul without charge for Judge Chambers on these roads The gravel is easily obtained in that section and Judge Chambers solicited such work from those living on these rOMs with the result that 150 worth of hauling was donated by those whose lands lie along these highways The work will begin at once and it is bele ived that this will be the beginning of something better for Hancock county in the line of gravel roads This method of securing the work was made necessary by reason ot the fact that no money was available for this pur pose at the time from the county DO YOU GET ur WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news ropers is sure to know of the wonderful I offer send cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy a It Is the modi cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis Dr Kilmer the eminent kidney and biad der speclallst and I Is inglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement hai 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patronage Rates reason Equipments and facilities unsur passed lIAS IIPresldenLII Had A God Time At State Fair D C Moorman of Glendeane form er member of the Legislature from Breckenridge county is a visitor at the Fair and will be all the week Mr Moorman says he is having the time of his life and declares he is only hoping for two thingsthe success of the Ken tucky State and the election of the Democratic ticket It looks now as if my wishes will be gratified said Mr Moorman The fair is a big success and the out look is bright for Mr Bryans election more could a good and a good Democrat wish fortoe success of his State and County Mr Moorman served two terms in the House of Representatives winning easily in a county that had been Republican for time He voted for the bill creating the State Fair and takes a great interest in the big show Mr Moorman is also a stock raiser and has some fine cows and on his fine Breckenridge county farm Louisville Times Sept 16 Morris W Beard S Dr A M V 555 Except s b II 6h t The most centrally located and 1 erstclass hotel In the city making a S 1200 Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from t the principal theatres e Street cars pass tbeidoor to all parts 1 tof the neat ilptjf I t Y Y Y T j Long lines this In can In this the able E here Fair national both What citizen some hogs I SEEDSBUCeSE2s I SPECIAL OFFER Made to linlld New Voklnn A trial Will make you our permanent customer Prize Collection LeIZklnda id1ih Ianrleuerstet TnUen 11 theaneatITrtp7slilendld I 01aben vane U6i vanetleetn aU GUARANTEED TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Paper SEND 1O CENTSt- oeortr po Ug and picklnt sad rtcfiv this valuable eollKtloa of Becdt pottpild tortthtr with toy big i InitrnetlTe Beautiful Seed and 1Unt Look ttcLHWBuckb Biocaroanu Recently Moved Mr and Mrs Edward Bowno have moved to the beautiful Rafferty resi dence in the East End and are now nt home to their friends i Dyspepsia is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspeps every time It drives out Impurities tones the stomach restores perfect dl geetton normal welghtand good h lth iPARTYOF YOUTH Why Young Men Vote the Flepub lican Ticket IT STANDS FOR PROGRESS New Voters Proud to Ally Themselves With the Party of Lincoln Its Past Performances Presage a Still More Glorious Future it is not without significance that young men who havo just attained is thoir majority aro found as a rule dvotIng the Republican ticket The reason Is plain Thoso young men look on the Republican party as thy party lr of hope the party of promise and of performance the party for whose can IIMII didates they will be proud to say in later years that they cast their first ballot the party whose past needs no apology no balm of oblivion for blun ders and for crimes no record of slav cry rebellion and attempted repudla tion each stamped out In Its turn by American freemen under Republican leadership The Republican party Is eminently the party of youth With Republicans the emory of tho glorious past Is but a centIvo to make tho future still III es glorious To the Democracy is fioun1derIng I cratic vagaries lured on by some new and delusive wlllothewlsp to the quagmire of quadrennial failure Tim youthful voter finds no attrac tion in such company He prefers to I march forward on firm ground with the party of Lincoln of Grant Mc Kinley and Roosevelt of Taft and Sherman and Ilughos of nearly every great American living and Tend whose career has added luster to the closing half of the old century and the i I beginning of the new The young i man prefers the Republican party be cause it holds out a prospect for his own advancement because in building up tho nation as a whole it offers fresh opportunities to the individuall becauso under Republican administra tion there is a fair field for every o- neBand every citizen is protected in the of that which he has right acquiredm who takes his place In the Republican ranks and casts his ballot for Taft and Sherman will have B the satisfaction not only of sharing n the Republican victory but also of- m knowing that ho has helped to assure m prosperity for tho country at large and an immeasurably better chnnco in life for himself and those in whom he is interested than if the harpies of Bryanlsm had been permitted to befoul I the feast iiitABOR TURNS TO TAFT Toilers Scent Danger In the Fallacies of Mr Bryan Convincing evidence was furnished a by the conference at Cincinnati last week by Judge Taft with Oscar Straus secretary of commerce and In l bor and T V Powderly formerly general master workman of the Knights of Labor thatthe attitude of labor Is growing each day more friend I ly to Taft The campaign of education which the Republicans have been car Tying on has boon effective and tho laboring seas so Mr Powdorly told Ii tho candidate Is beginning to appre elate the fact that a restoration of business confidence through the elec I tion of Mr Taft moans more work and I prosperous times for him Secretary Straus announces his in ill tentIon to go out on tho stump for the offJI Said Mr Straus Tho most dangerous of these fallacies Is presented In Bryans slogan Shall the people rule and well may he ask It for every one of his leading doctrines Is a denial of that rule Mr Straus classes Mr Bryans gov ernment guarantee of bank deposits as next In point of danger to his plan for the government ownership of railroads Mr Straus believes this guarantee proposition Is as great menace as the old 10 to 1 hobby To guarantee de1 1JP2J3its sold Secretary Straus Is to fanranteo the loans of the banks for r as a matter of fact a largo part of tho banks deposits Is made up of credits extended by the bank to borrowers and by them deposited or placed on the books of the banks as deposits Mr Powderly said among other things after his talk with Taft La bor never was better organized better paid more Independent or more re spected than It is today Never was It more secure In Its share of the outcome of the commodity or the good will and confidence of employers All this Is duo to the effort of nonpartisan well officered unions What labor organiza tlons now enjoy and they enjoy more r than they ever enjoyed In tho civilized world before came as the result of Intelligent cooperative effort exerted In a nonpartisan way through their unQns iif course there are many men out o iployment as tho result of tho recent depression but to my knowledge men are returning to theIr old occupations all over the country and at their old rates of pay I recall the awful panic of 1873 and that of 1893 and In neither case did men go back to work at their old wages The case Is different now and to my mind It would be suicidal for labor to vote insuch a way as to Imperil tho return of full prosperity so rapidly manifesting itself r 1The Issue Is Just this Taft and pros r perky or Bryan and paralysis r f t V This woman says kydin E PinlclmmH Vegetable Compound saved her life Read her letter Mrs T C Willadscn of Manning Iowa writes to Mrs Pinkham II I can truly say that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound saved my life and1 cannot express my gratitude to you in words For years I suffered with the worst forms of female com plaints continually doctoring and spending lots of money for medicine without help I wrote you for advice followed it as directed and took Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and it has restored mo to perfect health Had it not been for you I should have been in my grave today I wish every suffering woman would try it FACTS 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 bear indilestiondizzinessornervous Why dont you try it Mrs Pinkham Invites all sick women to write her for advice She has raided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass POIJLT1tY NOTES nY CMDARNITZ RIVERSIDE PA CORRESPOIfcZNCE SOLICITED l II J Copyright 190S by C M Barnltz These articles and Illustrations must not bo reprinted without special permission THAT OLD HEN AGAIN Twas on a Sunday morning fair We all sat round the table Disposing of a juicy stea Fqr which we all seemed able When father chose to raise hlB ayes From off his plate just then And thundered to our great surprise Theres that hen as I Mother tipped tho coffeepot Dill upset the table Bridget dropped the tin dishpan Twas like the din of Babel But where Was father all this time Oh friend please do not tell I Hed chased that hen across the lot And fallen In tho wen We ached him out all mud and wet Ho wasnt iltacL for whon Wo got him halfway to the top He yelled Whoros that hen Now prqacher dont ask all was said But when you miss us then Dont think were all In bed asleep Its that blamed hen again- C M B POULTRY HOUSE FLOORS When we left home mother said Goodby boy dont forget to pray and keep your feet dry Mighty good advice for everybody We pass It to you and odd keep your hens dry In winter If you let tho pens get foul and damp Your hens will got the roup and cramp If you lot your hens wado in tho snow Tho egg record will drop down low Doesnt matter said a smarty if pens are wet underfoot Just so theyre dry overhead But there were several wet spots on his checks when he dumped twenty five beautiful Brown Leghorn hens on the alley ash pile An ounce of prevention might have saved him a hundred pounds of pure bred Leghorns worth 50 Fifty dollars bought 1800 square feet of Inch planed boards for our scratch Ing floors and 110 paid for 2125 square feet of concrete We give thanks for the Invention of cement every time we cross tho floors In winter we cover the cement with boards but store them In the warm seasonWe find heavy litter on bare cement satisfactory but consider boards warmer and have never found either conducive to rheumatism We have no quarrel with tho fancier who prefers a ground floor but will give you our reasons for not using one Tho excrement of a hen Is eighty pounds per year or 8000 pounds to a hundredHalf this Is water If hens are confined excrement falls on the ground floor which absorbs most of the moisture Slow evaporation In a henhouse means dampness disease death You concede that moisture more Qp1ek1Y CYfWoratestI9mfJ t2J c boards or cement Shan Trom straw mixed with dirt and droppings Thus In winter a dirt floor fancier Is up against a ventilation problem He must out nd with natural mois ture in nil ami jriomul moisturet from fowl 1iroitli dropping hoards and the moisture of dropping absorbed by dirt floorHere is explanation for frosted walls litter and frozen ftlrBesides the hens dig up the Moor soil their plumage In the dirt the air IB foul there are hiding places for eggs rats suites mice and lice undo with dust overhead and filth underfoot tho place Is unpleasant for visitors anti at tondants What a tusk to renew litter and floors in ground floor plants Our permanent sanitary floor has no sink soles to trap your foot and snake movable water vessels footts and nosts wabbleIn minutes we can renew tho litter on 1800 square feet and In one hour lay the boards If boards or cement show dampness we simply draw back tho litter at night sprinkle lightly with slaked lime and in the morning all Is dry and sweetTo clean such a poultry house Is boys piny A lady looked into tho pens when full of chickens sniffed and said Why theres no smell here Two Philadelphia reporters ladies while leaving the plant were overheard to say The chickens were white as snow and wasnt everything clean 7 Cement floors pay In every way espe cially In a sanitary way i PIGEON DONTS Dont choose a damp location for house nor Fcep hill for fly Dont forget nesting material Put tobacco stems In bottom of nests and birds will finish with fine straw Dont neglect to clean up every week but be quiet about it Dont forget the hospitals in seeking n squab market They want the best Dont fall In kindness for that tells In profits as well as good grain HOW TO MAKE CEMENT FLOORS Cement or concrete floors generally consist of two coats the rough and finishingOur is suitable for floors in general If pressure Is greater than that of poultry house floors simply in crease the thickness- A three Inch floor is sufficiently thick for a poultry plant The first coat consisting of one part best cement two of sharp sand and four of clean gravel should be mixed thoroughly with water to the consist ency required and packed and leveled on the surface prepared When this two and onehalf inch lay er has set well sprinkle with water and apply a half inch finishing coat made of equal parts cement and sharp sand The second coat should be per fectly smooth for a rough floor cannot be scraped clean For engine room make first layer three inches and soc and one- Cement work on bare ground is sol dom a success The cement floor should be flush with tho sill and what ever Is beneath It must bo rammed and soakedI A loose foundation is of course no foundation and If tho floors laid on dry material the moisture Is absorbed from tho layers and n fail ure results Our floors were laid on packed soaked cinder and are satisfactory All gravel and sand must he thoroughly sifted anti the concrete may bo mixed on wooden platforms Have a good current of air for drying but keep out the rain and animals The work will be sufficiently hard to walk over In two days Do not cement later than August If the work is ex tensive as It will not dry out for win ter When the cement work separates well from the sills It is dry THE MUSHROOM HOUSE For hot climates like California Florida Porto Rico Hawaii and the canal zone the hip roof or mushroom house Is excellent It Is covered with a water proof roof Is generally six T MUSHROOM HOUSE feet square and the four foot sides may be covered with painted canvas orsackingThe stands on two foot legs and need not becleaned as it is moved from place o place Tho ladder to roosts should be re moved at ulght to avoid preying ani malsIn the rainy season wire screen may Inclose the bottom and a ditch should bo dug around to avoid flooding If desired windows fJllv erltllrltnrm n may be aaflod foot iu siyrp prprriTf This Is not only n coil movable saul tary house but the fyoas that brood in the accumulated dust under fixed abodes have no hiding place FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS- If niNYspjpers thaI waste spaiv 01 fake stories of three legged eilv I hens hatching smakts and build s aluptii ru would print legithue cuiUryI I ir s and practical poultry in j formation tuy would be helping their I roadcis io get more cash to pay in iu- lrancc In preparing young roosters for roasters keep them out of the gymna sium It matters not how much corn meal you feed much exercise wail be antlfat nnd keep them thin as a slat The longwt lbird flight Is from the isles of Bering sea to Hawaii and Fanning Islands a distance of Joo miles Birds arrive unexhausted P T haps they rest by floating In the air as swimmers do In the water Most of the fairs are held In the molting season when the birds are unsightly The fair directors compel the graceful oriental dancers to Imi dusters and yet allow the other hens to show In full dross Is this altogether fair We find the best way to feed char coal is In soft mash Otherwise some fowls get none for certain birds never visit the hopper The way some Incubator chicks get lice Is easily explained An old liens chick gets half drowned and Is slipped into the Incubator for a minute to dry off The lice crawlI oft the chick on to the eggs the eggs hatch and the lice crawl off the eggs on to the new chicks Try It Secretary Wilson of tho agricultural department at Washington has started a crusade against the sale of storage for fresh eggs Thought when storage got Into the Washington eggnog some thing would effervesce One of our friends who set his goose at the same time wo set our goose In cubator loft the gate open and the hogs ate the eggs Chickens have a mighty poor chance to escape from hungry hogs Clean and screen that hogpen These is no reason why state and agricultural colleges should go to Can ada or Englund for Instructors in poultry culture If tho trustees of these institutions are uninformed we Make pleasure In notifying them that their Uncle Samuel Is way ahead of Johnny Bull I a UTK VERIFYING OUR RESOURCES Bureaus Pushing Work to Be Ready For Commissions Meeting The first returns to the national con servation commission of the United States show that fine headway Is being made with the Inventory of our natural resources Inquiries have been going out from this and that government of I I lice by the thousand says a forest service bulletin They have gone to special agents In the field to the gov ernment stations here and there to bu roans of statistics all over tho country to count clerks to township assessors to manufacturers to lumber dealers to railroad and steamboat companies and to farmers The chiefs of the government bu reaus have been wanting to know about hinds farm lands timber lands mineral lands about crops and crop production about swamp and overflow lands about Irrigation about naviga tion how far the use of our inland wa terways has decreased and the reason for the decrease tho cost of water traffic as compared with railroad rates the use of water power and Its possibilities about all phases of the forests I howIply and about live stock game and fish This Is only the most hurried kind of general sumup of the schedule of in- quirIes of the national conservation commission Just what It really Is can be seen only by studying a copy of this most unusual document the sched ule on which Uncle Sam Is basing the first inventory ho ever attempted to make of his natural wealth It can be obtained by writing a letter to Thomas R Shipp secretary of the na tional conservation commission forest service Washington The conservation commission also gets out bulletins of progress which show Just how rapidly tho conservation movement started at the White House conference of gov ernors is going forward All the government bureaus are push ing work on the Inventory of resources in order that a preliminary report maybe made to the national conservation commission at its meeting In Washing ton on Tuesday Dec 1 One week later Tuesday Dec 8 the governors of tho states and territories or their rep resentatives will meet In Washington with the commission Tho work of compiling tho great mass of material resulting from the in quiries sent out by tho different gov ernment bureaus will be one of great responsibility requiring expert knowl edge and peculiar ability For this task President Roosevelt has selected Henry Gannett of Washington assist ant director of the Cuban census who m Statement of Condition of The I I Two States Bank I Stephenaport Ky at the Close of Business June an WI1rB1 m I Resources g Loans and Discounts f73 596 63 Cash In Safe 874481 iJ Cash in other Banks 496274 Banking House and Lot 5U2 J y Furniture and Fixtures 1537 12 I Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 it = Total = 90323 72 Liabilities IStockf1500000 gm We have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that gm time we have grown from a small beginning a large and prosperous business We have endeavored to abreast of the times provid ing for our depositors every safeguard known to their protection and security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and fireproof t I safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by either burglary Ior robbery We pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits which is more than any other bank in Brockenddgo county pays opportunity thank our customers whose patronage has helped to I make this the largest and bost Respectfully statement in our five years of business S ADAIR Cashier I1 81J Real Estate Do you want to buy a farm or busineesi If do you may find just what you need 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 looking for We recommend the following properties 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 This department is conducted solely f6r the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage Two groom cottage on Murray AvenueI moll Hunts for J6 per month C 1 7E n 155 acres on Hardlnsburg and P1OU Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn SO acres la oak and beech timber The oak timber is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and lull Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water your round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments C2 Otn 36 2 acres on Hardlnsburg and r trails Of sinking road 3 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture Set acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water time year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance KAnn 3 acres situated 1H miles from PUUU Holt joins Gabo Pierce Illdge land In good shape good feuclug one good dwel ling house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x46 foot 1 neverfailing sprlug two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn lund X acres In timber white iak sugar tree sad beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road t StupheiiauortitH milts and good road to Ito 13 wiles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In good MX Just the farm for a man with a small faintly is now finishing the conii unuou 01 that census That the conservation movement Is absolutely nonptirtlsan Is shown in time vigorous declarations In tho platforms of both lending political parties In fa vor of conservation of natural ro sources TO COOK ON THE MARCH Russian Stew Pot Will Be Used by United States Army In any future campaigns In which the American army may be engaged the Itusslnn stew pot Is to stand next time colors In Importance says a Washington dispatch The commissary department after much thought has decided upon that order of precedence The Russian pot is a recent discov cry so for as the subsistence officers aro concerned The Russians have known of It a long time and used it in Manchuria The only objection to It there was that it was too often empty It has been adopted here as a imrt of tho field equipment The pot Is put on wheols and It has a fire box so that the making of n savory stow can proceed during the last few minutes of a march and be ready for the tired soldiers when they go Into camp A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good I KingsINew Life Pills three years ago says L A Bartlett of Rural Route 1 Guil- ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that dots you good 25c at Severs Drug Co u Capital Surplus Fund 777 18 rA gmAmouDt ll1taraTotal h 9032 72 z to keep ffN rij til1mto IJNO Department you in are as located to 800 lilt micros tI miles from Cloverport onOloverportprovoments6room dwelling barn 33x38 feetund other out buildings 12 acres III orchard500 bearing trees and 160 young trees 4u acres ItrnsIbnlnncoGoodlimestonewheat Well located for market Onethirdcash balance on easv terms FOIL StLEA farm con Llnln260 cr9S8nd flvQLru store room over It two good stock barns peachtreesall kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance in woods 1X5 acres In grass severalgrovesot black locust sufficient for posts to wire the whole farm in It lies near Ekron onlungFOR SA LEA 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 time reason for selling Kor further partic ulars address JNO D HAHIIAUK Olovsr port Ky Louisville Evansville Packet ot- r4COntORATID PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisville Mondays Wednssdays Fridays and Saturdays at 4 p m Freight shipped by this tins de livered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennessee river points Write for folder General offices 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis yule Ky AI J CNNELLY G F eX P A OEO H WILSONISupt Interesting Twins Mrs James Barnes and Miss Martha Seaton who live near Hardinsburg were in Cloverport Thursday They visited the News office and subscribed for the paper Mrs Barnes and MissJ Seaton are twins seventyone years of age They dress alike and resemble each other greatly They are both very young in ways Doans Regulets cure constipation without griping nausea nor any weak ening effect Ask your druggist for them 25 ceots per box YJ 1 n 1 THE HIGH GRADE COMJERCAl SCHOOL OfTHE SOUTH ILL Op THE COMMERCIRL BRANCHES INCLUDING TELE HAPHY ARE TAUGHT DEAUTIfUL pratoGuEs LESSONS IN BOOKKEEPING BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS ANDcIOURHALS FREE WRITE Now ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREEN Kv FLEET LEAVESAUSTRALIA l Reply of Admiral Sperry to Pre mier Deakin Route to Manila r Albany Western Australia Sept 18 In replying to the farewell message of Premier Deakin of Australia Rear Admiral Sperry says The public and private hospitality shown us during our stay in Australian waters has created mutual friendly sympathies and an understanding which ears of ordinary intercourse could not have brought about Prime Minister James Newton Moore sent a farewell message to Admiral1 Sperry regretting that Albanys gree ing had not been expressed by greater numbers but hoping that the welcome of a small community proved th Western Australias enthusiasti- admiration was equal to that of more populous States of the Common wealthAdmiral Sperry in reply thanked the Premier He assured him that the re ception tendered the Americns wouldl always be remembered appreciatively and sympathetically He regretted tha circumstances prevented their seein more of Western Australia New York Sun A Pigs Tale You certainly run up against funny things in the country said the young man who had just returned from up state where his uncle bad a large farmliOn the way up to my uncles bouse I had to pass the stockyards where he kept a lot of pigs As I passe those hundieds of pigs seemed to be having a regular stampede or panic of some kind they were rushing madly about apparently looking for some thingI watched them for quite a while but could see nothing but a small wood pecker sitting on the fence When I got to the house I asked Uncle Jim what on earth was the matter with the hors they seemed so excited That so Well it was this way there was a spell back some weeks when I had a bad cold lost my voice and couldnt call those critters to theirI feed so I got the idea of bringin them to the trough by lappiu1 my stick on the wooden fence and ever since them peskywoodpeckers came around theI hogs just go crazy thinking Im callin them to give them somethm to eat New York Pres- sProminent Dentist Dies L itchfi ld Ky Sept 23Dr Altus T Arnold died suddenly this morning He had bun in delicate haiilth for itveral months but was thought to be improving Dr Arnold was a son of Prof W P Arnold a noted educator of San Antonio Tex Besides I wife who Will Mi e Jakie Ely Worthnin lit IttftYec a little 6 yearold daughter and two brothers Dr Arnold was wen known in Louisville having attended dental college there Hwas a K of P anti W 0 W and will be buried by Use ordea at Thomas cemetery Dr Arnold wt a nephew of Prof Arnold who taught school tiers Saving The Eggs- Why cant I have eggs for supper You caut have eggi for supper answered the landlard of the Plunk vflle1 Housebecause an affinity geutle man iis going to lecture on affinities at the town hall tonight I presume you Jmve some public spirit He had Soutuweflterns BookI Traveling Abroadii Mrs James Cuthb rtson of Bowling Oren spent Sunday and Monday here with relatives Her daughter Miss Celeste Cuthbertson who is well I known and who has often visited in Hawesville is now touring Europe with a party of Bowling Green friendsjj Before returning six months hence she will visit the Holy hand and other points of interest in the old world Hancock Clarion Sends Challenge James Madison of near Slaughters ville says he is ready to accept tho challenge of W H Sick of Silent Run of the Anthony Hurbert family ofI Carlisle III or the Samuel Scott of Indiana or any other man for William Jennings Bryan for president of theII United States Mr Madison says heI is ready to line up fortyeight votesII for the democratic ticket in the locality I in which he lives He can furnish eighteen more votes than Mr SiskoJJ Mr Madison is 99 years ofage andII although near the century mark is antt active person for his age and possesses I a remarkable memory He has fourII sons living The democratic vote in the Madison family will consist of the head of the family and three sons I making four in one sons family two children and one each in the other two sons families five sonsinlaw1eight 1 F T JY LV lV iYJl l k You Know What You Paid Last Fall For Piece GoodsLook At Our Prices and You Will Readily See Why it will Pay = You to Buy Your Fall and Winter Goods Here Remember we do not consider a deal closed until the purchaser is absolutely satisfied If at any time anything fails to please return it to us in good condition and the price paid will be cheerfully refunded = Flanels and Fleece Goods 27In White Wool Flannel an ex populart25eprice a yard All Wool Skirt Patterns size 40x80 25cGrey Skirting Flannels 25splendid grades at 60 50 35 and e Light Outing Flannels Pink and blue stripes an especially good qual CstyLight Outings in pink and blue stripes and cheeks 10 to 20 yards 9 1 2CgNavy Blue Twill Flannels for shirt ing and skirting25c Surat Cloth a new name for Flan nelette latest designs for kimo nos and sacquesCTeazeldown Outing the best Outing OcIArnolds Latest Bordered Kimona whitedfancy 15eprice Plain Colored Irish Poplins the new 20eshades Sheets and- Pillow Cases Hemmed Pillow Cases linen finish OeIOUR MAIL ORDER DEPART MENT is composed of a corps of clerks who thoroughly under stand the business All Orders filled the same day they are received l in one soninlaws family seven in another four in one seven in another and four in the last one two great grandsons and three greatgreat grandsons making a total of fortyeight votes for the Nebraskan He says he can produce more votes for the democratic standurdb arer than any man in Hopkins county and perhaps in KentuckyMad ouvill8 Hustler A Hero of the First Class Fact is more thrilling than melo drama sometimes According to a tel egram from Owensboro Charles May HlndtrIiOnlittle negro child from death in a man ner as spectacular as it was courageous The train was going down grade at high speed when the engineer an3 fireman saw the child on the track They knew that the reverse engine would not stop scon enough to save the child The fireman starlet down the running board anl reached the pilot in time lo snatch the little negro from the track In reaching for the young sters clothing he lost his balance and pitched from the engine By a lucky chance he did not fall in front of the cowcatcher and he managed to drag tho child into the ditch unhurt This sort of thing done on the stage for the entertainment and inspiration of audl euces fond of the strenuous drama is frequently ridiculed because of its im probability in real life Possibly Mr May maybe awarded a Carnegie hero medal As a rule medals recording deeds of heroism in letters carved in gold are very nice things to have around the house It is comfort ing to leave them to posterity as proof that the family boasts an ancestor who was altogether game but for his own personal use the genuine hero does not greatly care about metals Mr May who risked his life in entirely disinter isted effort to save a small black atom of humanity is a good deal more of a hero than the man who saves his sweet heart from the lake or a burning hotel or the father or mother who rushes to the rescure of a child He risked his life unselfishly He is in fact a hero of the first magnitude and it is satisfying to know that there are such men in railroad service where pluck sometimes averts catastrophe Courier Journal Loafing Acres Nearly every year there are a number- of acroaon the farm that arts lloafers that Hemmed Pillow Cases extra nice 12incbesI 2l Bleached Hemmed Sheetssize 72x90 inches at the attractive price 36eeach J t 94 Hemmed Bleached Sheets extra fRrprice White Goods Persian Lawn nice sheer quality at the low price a yard 1 Oe Extra Nice Quality India Linen regular 20 cent valueIDefor a yard Fine Sheer India Linen 40 inches wide regular 25 cent grade 20price a yard e Good Quality Long Cloth nice soft finish 30 inches wide 12 yards 9Ucfor only I Extra Nice Quality Longcloth 36 inches 25yards Blankets and ComfortsBabies white with fancy blue and red borders A priceapairC 104 Length Fleece Cotton Blan 56cwitht West Street 319 r yo A do not contribute enough to the products of the farm to pay for taxes let alone fencing The first thing to do with these is to drain them Othera are or gravely portions do not and will not produce sufficient crops to pay for cultivation and the thing to do with those is to sow them to tame grasses cover them over with barn and let them stay in grass Sometimes field has been farmed long that it has ceased to be profitable and the only thing to do with this is to put it down in tame grass and apply manure are frequently acres on the farm that are out of the way that could be he planted to timber of some kind suitable to the neigh borhood Sometimes there are corners in a field cut off by a stream or incon v niently located that they cannot be farmed to advantage The time has now corns when we can put these in way or other every acre on the farm should be compelled to do the duty according to its ability A loafer is wholly and is very likely to get into mischief and loafing acres are no exception If they are not required to produce some crop they will produce and the seeds will be scattered by some means or other oyer the entire farm Dont have any loafers about your or your burn and don t have any loafing acres on your farm Wallaces Farmer Sign of Dunkirk N Y September 25An order for 30 ejgines was placed at the Brooks plant of the American Locomotive company yesterday for delivery in November Manager de to the name of the railroad placing the order stating were reasons for it for the present Why She Was Angry Madam said the manI have called to remind you that the premium on your husbands insur ance is already overdue- I dont care if it is was the irate answer Pve told my husband to take out a policy in an other company Why madam You know our policy is the Your policy sir is a deliberate frauds My husbands your premiums these last seven years and he isnt dead yet 114 Heavy Weight Cotton 9Ucwith1 14 Egyptian Cotton or Blankets These blankets look like wool blankets 59taped124 White Fleeced Elankets extra heavy quality more than 39AGenuine Blankets 98plaidsAll Wool White Blankets also nat ural colored all wool blankets 114 size- a positive bargain at a t4 Oftpair iJU All Wool Blankets weight 5 pounds- in 50platdst Homemade Comforts covered with 89cpriceLarge Size Homemade Comforts good 9UctalHomemade Comforts covered with good prints and filled with cotton 50priceHomemade Comforts coveredwith quality silkaline and filled with good white cot well made tiO Aftsize 72x84 inches price 4 UU dI- NCOflPORATED 332358 Market LOUISVILLE KYFourth Avenue t I stony which proper yard manure a so heavilyThere better so timberIn unprofitable useful weeds house Prosperity MncGarvey dried give there withholding nicelooking young paid Extra worth considerably Springfield Wool good goodwhite good I I IAnd believing that she might have good grounds for complaint the young man departedEnterprise j First Policeman to his companion Say Bill we havent made an arrest in a week First thing you snow well be suspendedSecond PoHreman Lets break into this empty house and ran some guy in for it One on The Doctors PhysicianYour wifeis seriously ill I should advise you to call in some specialist to consult on the case HusbandI told my wife long ago she ought to get proper medical advice but she thought you would be offended Uncle Remus Magazine HARNED School opened here this week with Miss Cora Matthews of West View and Miss Katherine Kincheloe of Hardins burg as teachers Sixty pupils are en rolled Miss Shellie Quiggins spent Sunday the guest of Miss Myra Macy Mrs Thera Davis attended the Missionary meeting near West View ThursdayMrs Olliver and two children of Buras were the guests of her uncle Mr E L Carman and family several days this week Misses Rue and Kitty Meador spent lnst week in Louisville Arthur Maxwell of Louisville was the guest of Miss Emma Gray Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank May and daugh ter Lillian spent Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs JoHn Weatherford Rev B W Hardin filled his regular appointment at Ephesus Sunday Miss Cora Matthews spent Thursday the guest of Miss Myra Macy Several from here attended the Sun day School rally at Kirk Sunday James Tucker and family of Clover portare the guests of relatives here for a few days They will move to West View soon Mr and Mrs Kelly Watts and little son WilliardB were the guests of Mr and Mrs Crofford Beauchamp Sun day afternoontMiss Elloda Bruner left FrJday to be the guest of her cousin Mrs Annie Olliver of Buras fOCIseveral days I r J Linens Towels Crash Etc E Bacons All Linen Bleached Crash OetheBleached Huck Towels hemstitchedi a red border size 18x34 inches price each 1 Oe Bleached Huck Towels hemstitched 121eablyUnbleached Bath Towels size 22x39 20especial s Bleached German Mercerized Da mask choice lot of new dtsigns G6 + 1 inches wide extra value I at3ge f a yard tt72 In Full Grass Bleached Damask I many paterns to selectl from a yard 5ge 24 Inch Napkins to match doz SI1 89 1 All Linen Double Scotch and IrishlDamask 72 inches l widebest tJ ffyou can buy for a yardp 1 UU t Napkins to match doz275t19worth J 0 Goods For Lining i ComfortsPri- nted Cotton Cholles in designs 41at2e brandlatestyard 61e Cretonne in beautiful floral designs suitable for comforts linings draperies a yard orge FREE DELIVERY all mail or ders amounting to 500 or more will be delivered free within a rad ius of 200 miles of Louisville ts Lf Miss Katie Bruner has returned home after a weeks visit to her uncle Mr Jess Bruner and family of Garfield laving his Eyes Treated Richard Wathen has been in Chicago for several days taking special treat ment for his eyes He is much improved and will arrive here soon to be the guest of Miss Francis Smith Slight Illness Frank Fraizeone of the most successful merchants in this city was ill at his home last week Mr Fraize is seventy ix years of age and during his entire business life he has had but one vacation Closed Down W H Tompkins is now making his headquarters at Kosmosdale instead o Kings Landing The quarry at the latter place has closed down on account of the five at Kosmosdale About 1 men have been thrown out of employment temporarily or until repairs canl be made at the old plant Mr Tompkins couldnt say when he would resum- work Mrs Thos C Tousey went to Louisville Monday Henry Harper was here Sunday visiting relatives Unterrified The traveler was hurrying along the unfamiliar trail that led in the gen eral direction of his destination when suddenly a large abyss yawned before him He was not In the least perturbed He was a lecturer between travels and was accustomed to have things yawn before him Chicago News Cares Redoubled My time said Mr Dustin Star Is very valuable Thats what makes me doubt tho benefit of vast wealth replied the easy going acquaintance tlIta bad enough to be bothered by the wasting I of a few dollars without being worried sick every time you lose five minutes Washington Star- Johnnys Definition What Is the meaning of tho word tantalizing asked his teaches Please maam epoko ap little Johnny Holcomb it means a circus procession passing the school and tho scholars not allowed to look out QsplrnMOD to Visiting In Charleston Mrs Sallie Moorman of Louisville and Mrs John Jarboe of this city left last week to spend several days at Charleston Mo visiting relatives New Autumn Coat H A Oelze is having his store building on Main street newly paint jj ed red The fresh paint adds greatly ji i to the looks of the house and to front i streetsr RAYMONDtt Mrs Lon Cashman spent last weekr with her sister at5 iIrvingtoni fMrsf Mrs Everett Basham and son Guye ti fof Lodiburg visited Mrs John Brown t i- last Wednesday J E0oMercer lost an old horse apiece last week being about 24 and 20 years old 3 respectivelytBush Stiff attended the State Fairrr Plast week 1 Harrison Ashcraft has moved his niiUi and is sawing a barn pattern foTail Roscoe Hendry Mrs W L Black and children are visiting herii Richmond of Iowa j- Wilraon Hardesty of Paynesville a was in this neighborhood last Saturday on business jl Mrs J N Stewart visited her son Sam Robbins at Ammons last week I Henry Bashman sold a fine monu Jment to Mr Frank Speak last week to3 be erected at the graves of JftrSpeaks jl father and mother J SEEDS i GrownPedigreed c successful seed growing behlijd them it pays to J plant the t- Seasonable Specialties BEANSEarliest Red Valentine 350 Bushel BushelNew r+ BushelWardwellsBushelDavisCurries 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