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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I- tFF THE BRECKENRIDGENEWSr ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT vocr xx lt CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1908 8 Pates NO 13 DAVID S MURRAY t SUPERINTENDENT Brother of Mrs Morris Beard And Cousin of Mrs Fred t Ferry Makes Success In The Far West WAS FIRST COLLECTOR The Pacific Telephone Magazin says As a frontispiece this month we re- produceo the photograph of Mr David S Murray who on August 1st under ithe new reorganization assumed th position of General Superintendent of PlantMr Murray is a Kentuckian having first made his appearance in the bluegrass State on August 13 1803 At the I age of twentyone he went to Salt Lake City his uncle at that time being Gov 7 7ernor of the Territory His first con I nection with the telephone business was employment as a collector for the Rocky I Mountain Bell Telephone Company I Five months later to a day he was made l manager at Butte and in anotherb 1 1was Division Superintendent of the Montana Division He continued ii this position for something over thre years and was then called back to Salt Lake City to act as Assistant Secretary of the Company- In 1890 he was made General Super intendent and in 1896 became the Gen eral Manager of the Company continuing in that capacity until his transfe to the Pacific Coast During the time Mr Murray was with the Rocky Mountain Company its in vestment increased from 1000000 t0 8000000 with a proportionate growth- of subscribersNo manager has been com pelled to meet more varied and intri cate problems The difficulties of the maintenance of toll service in his terri Iii tory have presented peculiar conditions ifand the recent 1 abor troubles in thats section now adjusted through his effort w to the satisfaction both company amd employees have attracted great inter est outside the telephone field Mr Murray takes up the duties 01 his new and larger field in the vigor oj early manhood and fortified by an un usual experience in matters pertaining to his business MRS POTTS DIES Young Mother Taken From Homi Death Was Expected By Family And Friends After a lengthy illness of consumptio n 1Mrs Potts died Wednesday evening nl 530 oclock at the home of her husband Mr William Potts a wellknown mat of this city Besides her husband Mrs Potts is survived by one little daugh ter Katie Potts Mrs Potts was twentyfive years oj age She was a member of the Methodist church and was a lovelyy rcharacter She had a beautiful dis I position and bore her sufferingjpatient ly until the end came 4Abrief funeral service was held from II 4the residence Thursdaythe Rev Jame s Lewis officiated The remains were taken to West View Saturday for inter ment The New Campaign Secretary 1 Mr Rogers Gore the new Campai 1 Secretary who succeeded Mr R rs Philips of this city is one of the brightest country newspaper men i- ra in friKy He is the editorohe Springfielt Jr Sun and every issue of his paper iis ifworth reading He is from our neigh boring county of Larue and is wet known to many of our readers It wa the brilliant campaign which he with his paper that put Washingto county in the dry list and it was probab ly this fight thatcost him a scat in thi t State Senate when he could have had it without a struggle by compromising his convictions He is chairman John sons closest friend in the district am as his Secretary will give a good ac- counti r of himself in the campaign iiin rv Kentucky EHzabethtown News f tri Rev Curie Back ThQ Rev B M Currie has agair been given the Cloverport charge by the p Annual Conference This iif- j ijijMethodist ithe year in this city for Rev Currie and the people here are highl elated over his return I HOME WEDDING Miss Irene Caron Smith and Mr George Keats Hull of Schenec tady N Y Were Mar ried Last Night Miss Irene Caron Smith and Mr Keats Hull were married last night at 8 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Steven D Smith 1335 Second street Dr W Beauchamp pastor of the Fourth avenue Methodist Church officiated The louse was beautifully decorated in palms ferns and pink and white cosmos On the mantel vases of cosmos were effectively banke ed the fireplace served as an altar The bridal party entered to the Men delssohn Wedding March The ribbon bearers Misses Stella Sale and Mar- joriei Caron came first followed by the flower girls Misses Francis Hartwell and Fanny Whiting Mrs Morton Cald well immediately preceded the bride I who entered with her father Mr Steven D Smith and were met at the alfar by by Mr James P Hull the best man and the groom During the ceremony playedrThe bride wore a beautiful gown of trimmednI in Duchess lace Here tulle veil was caught with orange blossoms and she theyvalley i The matron of honor was becomingly gowned in pink curded pink made em pire and carried white cosmos The ribbon bearers and flower girls wore dainty handembroidered white l lingerie dresses and pink ribbons The flower girls carried baskets of pink cosmos I After the ceremony there was an in formal reception The outoftown guests at the we 1 ding were Mr James P Hull of Schen I ectady N Y Mrs David VanAlstyne of N Y Mrs John Whiting of Brook line and Mrs Emily Hull of Provi dence I Mr and Mrs Hull left last night for the East where they will make their home in Scbenectady Louisville Herald f HOW RUSSIA OBTAINS NAVAL STORES A glance at the way in which naval stores ate obtained in Russia nerves to show what is likely to happen in this country when the longleaf pine forests from which our naval stores industry derives the raw material for turpentine rosin tar and pitch have been depleted Red Pine called by the botanists HINUS SYLVESTRIS is the tree which the Russians exploit for resin as tile I longleaf pine of the Southern States is t exploited in this country In securing the resin the Russians chip the trees I much as we do lint a far smaller yield is secured Each years chipping extends about wayEaround the tree axcepttor a I about two inches wide just sufficient to keep the tree alive After five years chipping this strip of bark is also cut and the tree soon dies On account cf the coldness of the I climate where the red ripe grows the I resin does not flow readily but hardens I soon after it exudes from the tree It is necessary therefore to expose a large surface in order to get a sufficient yield Nor does the resin flow far enough to be caught in liquid form in boxes or cups as it does in this country Therefore it I has to be scraped off after it hardens The whole product which amounts to only about two ounces a year from each tree is comparable with the scrape I which forms only a small part of the yield obtained in warmer climates Spirits of turpentine and rosin are lI prepared from this crude resin by dis tillation with steam m the usual manner thisehowever The outside slabs with scarredI surfaces to which some resin still ads heres are treated either in the old fashioned I pit kiln or In closed iron retorts for the production of tar charcoal and wood turpentine The rest of the tree I is used for fuel and for making the car rols in which the products are shipped- It is possible tnat after our southern turpentine piue becomes commercially extinct some of the resinous trees of the colder parts of the United States may be utilized like the red pine of Russia as a I source of naval stores although theI I processItedious George Wendelken was home from r Paducah Sunday NEW MARK FOR PENSIONS Disbursements in the Last Fiscal Yenr l59495701 the Larg gest in History of Bureau WASHINGTON Oct IThe dis bursements for pensions in the fiscal year ejded June 30 last vere 159495 701 the largest in the history of the bureau and an increase of 18644821 over last year according to the re port of the commissioner which has just been made public The report gives prominence to the fact that during the year there were 34333 deaths among survivors of the civil war who were on the pension roll This falling off was equal To about 5 per cent of the total and left 628084 survivors I The total number of pentioners at the end of the year was 951687 Dur ing the year 54366 pensioners of all classes were dropped and 38682 added making a net loss of 15684 The state ment also shows that 188445 widows of soldiers already have taken advan tage of the law of the last session of Congress increasing to 12 a month the pensions to widows The Government and The Ohio When China ancient and for centur ies isolated and only coming into the family of nations within comparatively few years has discovered that in water way transportation lies the chiof hone of her future developement and when she recognizes the inability not the unI willingnes of her railways to cope with the increased volume of freight offerings and proceeds to widen and deepen her Grand Canal the fact that the government of the United States while officially recognizing the vast importance of a canalized Ohio River has not yet Ompleted the great work is not wholly creditable Neither is it wholly pleasant to note thatas President James J Hill plainly statesr0ur neighbor on the North young and comparatively weak in resources shames us Canada has spent in proportion to her population dollars on her canal system where we have spent dimes Because she has worked to an intelligent plan she has more to show for a dime that we for a dollar Yet in the blunt address of President Hill the reason for Canadas surpassing the United States in results of canals and canalized rivers is readily seen Canada has worked So must the people of the Ohio Valley work and each and every community and organi zation in the Ohio Valley must work to attain the accomplishment of a Nine Foot Stage from Pittsburgh to Cairo Much very much and most effective work has been done in that direction and it is largely due to the work ol the Ohio Valley Improvement Association supported and aided by the commercial industrial and other organizations and the communities m the valley that the one great obstacle in the way of success has been removed Today the question ot waterway improvement is consi ered from a commercial an industrial and au agricultural standpoint lu the be ginning of the work of the Association the pork barrel was largely In evidence So completely has the Associa tion demonstrated the value of water way improvement that the pork barrel has been eliminated and merit rules but to bring the merit rule to practical results more work and greater work is needed and the Ohio Valley should re spond to the call of the Association fdr its fourteenth annual meeting at Louisville on October 2225 With a gener ous and an active and a sympathetic responseIt be a great and an important convention Louisville has made every possible arrangement for the entertain ment of the delegates and for facilita ting the business to be brought before them This community and eachand every trade and commercial organiza tion within it should be represented in the Convention It is of the utmost im portance that we in common with all other communities should make selec tion of earnest and enthusiastic delegates that the work of the Convention may be forwarded throughout Accidently Shot Mrs Harry White was accidently shot Saturday afternoon by her son Wm White They were looking at a rifle and in doing soit discharged and the ball entered Mrs Whites left arm Subscribe for the News a LIFE SENTENCEAFFIRMED John Clark Must Pay Penalty Fo Murder of Coke Near lIar din Springs The Court of Appeals of Kentucky has affirmed the Breckenridge Circuit Court in the case of the Commonwealth vs John Clark who was given a life sentence in the pen for the murder of John A Coke near Hardin Springs in March 1906 This case has attracted more attention than any tried in this section for several years Coke was mur dered by Clark it is alleged for his money The first trial of the case was in February 1907 which a life sentence was given but was reversed and on the next trial the same penalty was fixed which was affirmed Commonwealth AttorneyJ R Layman conducted the prosecution In both of the trials Etown News A REMARKABLE SHOWING A year ago the railways of the country were staggering under a bur den of freight traffic which seemed too great for them to move There were many complaints of insufficient cars and operating officials were at their wits end day and night to meet the demands of shippers Last au tumn was a banner season for the railways and knowing this it cannot but surprise the public to read that the gross earnings of thirty roads for the third week of September show a de crease of only 344 per cent when compared with the records of last yearTo appreciate the wonderful recov ery made by the business of the coun try It must be borne In mind that the depression of a year ago did not alter the railway until well in October so that the figures with which the pres ent years business is compared marked the high tide of traffic in 1907 The present seasons gain is shown even more conclusively by a comparl son with the records of 1000 andI when so compared reveal a large in crease The gain in business this year is not confined moreover to an1 particular line or lines of business but embraces practically all manu factured products building materials and iron and steel among them Nor is that all that may be said of the quickening industrial life As stated yesterday in The Evening Post the United States Steel Corpor ation has added no less than 100000 men to its working forces in recent weeksand put them on solely be cause the increasing orders at the mills demanded thema fact which even the habitually incredulous must admit when shown that the reem ployed men are in Pennsylvania where political influences are no more need ed than artificial ice at the poles The ebb of prosperity was so sud den as to be stunning The returning flow gradual at first is now sweeping swiftly In with a might which cannot but overcome doubt and hesitancy and float the ship of confidence which has been stranded since last winter Chicago Evening Post PRETTY WEDDING Kentucky Girl And Indiana Alan1 United In Marriage Last Wed nesday Afternoon The marriage of Mr Jesse Clyde Davis and Miss Jennie B Johnson took place last Wednesday afternoon at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J P Johnson The ceremony was solemnized in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends The Rev James Lewis officiated at 2 oclockAbout forty guests were present and an elaborate supper was served to them after which the young people enjoyed a dance After a wedding trip the bride and groom will be at home at Rockport Ind Joint Sunday School Convention A Sunday School Convention for the counties of Breckenridge Meade Hardin will be held at the Baptist church tat Big Spring on Sunday Oct 18th An Interesting program has been arranged A full attendance is expected Interest In S S work is at full tide IRVINGTON ITEMS MOST INTERESTING JollyrDelegate Mrs Piggott Will Represent the County MUCH SOCIAL NEWS Mrs R M Jolly was made the delegate from the Irvington Methodist School to the great State Convention I SchoolIresentative from the county There should be ten county representatives and every school that is fully alive to the urgent needs for better equipped teachers will send a wide awake dele gate It will be much easier to keepI scholars in the Sabbath School if the teachers know what to do with them after they get them there Mrs John Frakes was the hostess to the Ladles Aid of the Methodist Church on Monday afternoon A ve enjoyable meeting was held refreshments were served The following is the report of the Sabbath School Class taught by Mrs W J Piggott for the quarter ending September 27th Number of Sabbaths present Eliza Piggott 12 Julia Lyon 11 Kendrick Jolly 12 Hubert Lyon 11 John W Jolly 11 Carra Frakes 10 The per cent of questions answered on the written review wns08 by som of the pupils The class contributed 275 to the Sabbath School fund during the quar ter There were some other members of the class whose standing would hat ebeeit mentioned but for neces sary absence Mr and Mrs Harry H Kemper were the host of a beautiful dinner given last Wednesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs H W Hern don and daughter Miss Anna May of Princeton Ky and Mr and Mrs R Mack Herndon of Waverly Covers were laid fornine Mrs J R Wimp of the Baptist S S and Miss Maggie Bancley of the Presbyterian S S will represent the respective Sunday Schools at New port Ky which convenes there for several days of this week Mrs S P Parks has returned after a visit in Webster the guest of re latives Mrs James Bolin who has been spending the past week at Troy Ind Jthe guest of the Misses WllliairiC re turned home Thursday Raymond Calloway ofySt Louis iis the guest of his cousin earl Bennett this week V- Mr and Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday for Stllhton for an Indlft nite visit to Dr Reesor From there they will go to Louisville to be the guest of their daughter Mrs Will Cain Mrs Newsom Gardner is spending this week at West Point the guest o Mrs Sandy Henry Bro B F Wilson bas returned after attending conference which met in Owensboro for several days last week Mrs L B Moremen and son Louis Bennett have returned home after a several days visit to Mr and Mrs William Moreman Miss Eva Herndon will leave this 1week for Cloverport to be the guest of Mrs James T Lewis Mrs D C Heron entertained most delightful y a number of young ladles from Saturday until Sunday at her beautiful country home Mt Plsgah tJ Mrs Herons hospitality is known ani over the country and she gives her guests such a cordial welcome to sa nothing of the bountiful and delicious dinners that she always gives that a merry party is always loathe to leave her good house Those composed the merry party wereMrs R Mack Herndon Misses Anna Mae Herndon Eva and Mabel McGlothlan and Eva Herndon After a protracted illness of several years In the home of her daughter Mrs Kate Bennett near town Mrs Lizzie Lewis was able to go Friday to visit her daughter Mrs Arthur Will Hams in Owensboro Mrs LewisI many friends were delighted to know that she was able to make the change and trust that she will be greatly ben efited Mrs Lewis was accompanied by Mrs Bennett and her son Mr Ed gar Lewis of Bradfordsvllle Mr Edgar Lewis and little ma Jessie have returned to their home after a short visit to Dr and Mrs L B Moremen here 5i VISITED CLOVERPORT IN SEPTEMBER W E Smith The Missing Student From State University A Nephew Of Mr Benton WAS A SPLENDID BOY W E Smith who is thought to be a victim of foul play at State University was here in September visiting hisI uncle Mr Carl Benton He was then enroute to college In speaking of the young man Mrs Benton said Monday We are deeply grieved over the affair and a better boy never lived He said when he was here he would like to take a mechanical course but did not want to engage in any kind of business where he would be compelled to work on Sunday The latest report received is Lexington Ky Oct 4Special Ernest Smith brother of W E Smith UniverY thirteen nights ago late tonight in his anxiety and grief over the lloss of his brother cast aside all fear of the vengeance of the students which has + before kept him silent and made the fol lowing statements I am of the same opinion now that I was on the morning after my brothersff disappearance namely that he has met with violence at the hands of other notebelieve that I shall ever see him alive again I am firmly convinced that he is now dead I believe that my brother went to some meeting of the students that night and some of them picked him to play some haling prank upon My brother was not a man who would submit to any treatment of that kind and I feel sure that they maybe with out intending to inflicted serious or fatal injuries or disposed of him in some way that has resulted in his death LOUISVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY SELLS STOCK 3 W S Bowmer Former Cloverport Man Will Move To St Louis The Louisville Dry Goods Company with a place of basin ss at 03138 West Main street yesterday sold its stock of merchandise to the Ferguson McKinney Company of St Louis The Ferguson McKinney Company will move the entire stock to St Louiaand practically every salesman connected with the Louisville Dry Goods Company will go with the FergusouMcKinney Company J M Dyer president of the Louis ville Dry Goods Company said that the price paid by the Ferguson McKin fFey Company was confidential He said that the affairs of the Lauisvillo Dry Goods Company would be wound up and that the probabilities were that both he and W S Bowmer secretary and treasurer of the Louisville Dry Goods Company would go with the Ferguson McKinuey Company in St Lonis The Louisville Dry Goods Company until one year ago was known as the GormanHencbey Company The con cern began business in Louisville about five years ago and employes a large uunbor of salesman Courier Journal I Victoria Defeated Balltown defeated Victoria at they former place by the score of 13 to 11 Tucker and Graham of this city formed the strong battery for Balltown Bryan and Kern Club A Bryan and Kern Clnb was organ ized at Hardinsburg last week wit 111 members Judge Mercer Is pres ident and Judge Moorman secretary Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kind attentions and favors during the illness and death of our little daughter Virginia Frank Storm and vife Mr McGavock 111 nOscar McGavock was taken suddenly ill Sunday afternoon at his home near town His many friends sincerely trust his illness is not serious ui r JFpY + a+ + rn + X nJ1Mr y j j r = = = J7I 1 I I I JaneCableAuth- or Georje McCutcheon 7Jy Barr A Vuu U of Beverly Copyrllhmt 1906 IIy Bode Mead rl Company of Graustark + Etc O O O O4444440 CHAPTER XIII i was not until the hurry ing Bunsomcr entered thoI IJTdoor of Rectors that I apprehension of having I committed a senseless blunder came to him Good heavens he muttered stop ping short What a fool Im getting to bemeeting old Elias In a place like this I The theater crowdseverybody In town will be here by 111 Curse me for JL hopeless ass I must get him away at oncel- Grumbling at himself he passed Into the restaurant Gabe offered him tho choice of various tables He selected one which commanded a view of the entrances and ordered a perfunctory Scotch Nervous and anxious he was more troubled than he cared to admit even to himself Fortunately there were not many people In the cafe and his gaze wandering about the place soon halted before the small alcove In the cast end containing a table with wine glasses In waiting set for a large party The clock back of the cigar stand said It was five minutes after 11 Banseiner Impatiently watched the two doors leading to the street and was beginning to wonder whether thoII message had reached the old clerk when presently the uncouth shape of Droom appeared slinking through the so called ladles entrance with the shrinking attitude of one unaccustomed to fashionable restaurants and doubtful of his reception Bausomor motioned to him Just as soon as 1 can got my check bo was saying at the same time beck oning to a waiter well move out of this It will be crowded In I never thought a stall at Ghapin Gores will be bettor Here waiter my check I Im In a hurry I The devilAs I the exclamation burst from his lips there came down the narrow steps and through a door quickly thrown open by a waiter a number of gay fashionably dressed people all smiling and trembling with the cold Immedi ately this party attracted the attention 4f the room Waiters rushed hither and thither relieving the ladles of their costly lace and fur wraps and the men of their honvy overcoats Of the ex pected theater comers those were the first to arrive but presently others fol lowed and soon the quiet cafe of the early evening became transformed into one of bustle and excitement by the eager animated throng With dismay Bausemer noticed that those to whom Jils attention had been attracted were blocking bU way to the doors Es capo was out of the question iloluc tautly he returned to his seat and ordered the derk to take the one op posite him Then scanning the party making its passage to the alcove he perceived three or four men whom ho knew and presently to his surprise and consternation his son The recognition was mutual Graydon making his way around a small table In order to affectionately greet him As he approached his eyes fattened themselves on hit fathers companion With amazement he recognized the queer figure of the lanky gangling Droom but too kind hearted and well bred to allow his features in the slightest de gree to express the astonishment which ho felt at sight of such a comic incongruity the young man voiced a few kindly words to the old man while from tho table In the alcove where tho smart little supper party were seating themselves Miss Cable was smiling her cheery recognition to hor pros pective fatherinlaw then Graydon mado ids way back to his seat by her sideWhy did you come hereT asked Droom fooling somewhat akin to tho proverbial fish out of water Because I thoughtI thought you couldnt find any other place replied Banseraer confusedly Tho unexpected arrival of his son and party hnd disturbed his usual cool ness but with his ordor for supper hisII or Humphl I knots every street in town equilibrium returned and he went on to explain J supposed you knew only two streets In town Wells and South Wa inii WW Tlumph I know every street IU town Droom resented drawing himself up in his chair and then bluntly Whats happened Not so loud I Harberts here but Oho Here- In Chicago yeswell talk about It laterThe present genial environment and convivial atmosphere were producing a most inspiriting effect on the lawyer The delightful consciousness that tho people with whom his son was supping were of the smartest set in town for the moment had banished all fears of exposure From time to time ho glanced proudly across to the alcove table where the men were engaged In unfolding their napkins and toying with their glasses In lively anticipa tion of the enjoyment to come while the women with the hope of eliciting admiration for their hands and the sparkle of their rings were taking off their gloves and spreading out their fingers on the tablecloth Graydon seems to be right In the swim eh Droom he said The Irony of It all appealed strongly to his sense of humorIII dont suppose you know those swells he added patronizingly Droom was listening Intently to tho bursts of merriment which were en livening the restaurant Like a small boy at a circus who fears that some thing will happen that he will not see he was continually turning his head and letting his eyes travel critically over the company at the neighboring tableAt this speech of Bansemers the eyes of the old clerk returned They expressed ro little resentment at the InferenceCertainly I do and leaning over the table and covertly Indicating with his long bony finger the man at the head of tho table he answered succinctly Thats Fernmore hes A particularly loud burst of laughter cut him short At the adjoining tables conversation had abruptly censed heads were turned and Inquisitive eyes were fastened on the brilliant coterie at the nlcovo table Few men In Chicago were better known or hotter liked than the stout florid complexioned jovial looking Bil ly Fornmoro the host of this enter tainment Ills social adventures and the headlong follies in which his fun loving proclivities invariably enmesh od him were only surpassed by his fondness for ridding hlmsolf of his un limited wealth To his Inherited five millions mar riage had added the colossal fortune ot- a beautiful heiress whose extravagances aggregated less than his own solely through the limitations of her sex Yet were It not for the self Im posed handicap of adhering strictly to the somewhat old fashioned precept that jewels should be acquired only through affectionate beneficence Mrs Fernmore might have succeeded In urpaaalng the princely prodigalities of her lord and master It was this way Billy was say ing in his own Inimitable manner and awake to the realization of having a good one to tell A few days ago the lady of my house took wings for Nev Yorku little spree of her own you understand And for Billy Fernmoro 1 kept out of mischief for a time fairly well After waiting drays lamblike for hor return restlessness nnd here Fernmores shameless affectation of the neglected husband became so irresistibly funny that it provoked pro longed laughter from his listeners even Droom showing his yellow snags and stretching his mouth to the fullest extent of the law as he joined in the general chorus restlessness gave way to recklessness and in desperation 1 Invited a half dozen of the oldest and most distinguished widowers in town to dine with me at the hotel where they were Informed they wore to be honored by the presence of a bevy of the seasons prettiest debutantes My stars but they wore a fine collection of old innocents Fornmore threw himself back in his chair and roared at tho recollection Billys a wonder when hes wound up Modfords whispered aside to the lady on his right met with a simple nod of the head for despite Miss Cloggs well feigned Interest In Mr Modford when Rlgby was present on other occasions there was no pretense of enjoyment of his society Among those presentto use the correct phrase said Billy after bay- Ing refreshed himself with sufficient champagne to proceed were two re tired merchants a venerable logician a doddering banker and a half blind college professor Of course I had to make some excuse for Mrs Fernmores absence For the life of me I cannot now remember what yarn I told them but they were too anxious to bo pre sented to the gay young women not to swallow Itwhole The old boys fairly swamped tho girls with their senile attentions It was a lively sup per partymy word And they went home unanimously declaring that the debutantes of the present day dis counted at least in dash and go the charmers of fifty years ago Amidst the confusion of peals of merriment which greeted tho genial raconteur Miss Cable to whom the story did not especially appeal wills Dcrcd in await U11A IIGraydon who on earth is that I queer spectacular looking man with your father uOh thats DroomIsnt he a charac ter Hes been with the governor since I was a child In those days his looks used to frighten me almost to death I fancy hes had a sad life dont you know There is something positively aw ful in his face returned the girl as her eyes faltered and dropped to her plate on unexpectedly meeting those of the subject of her remark Shh I came from Medford and then Come Billy whats the point or the moral as they say in novels T Fernmore Is a rattling good chap at heart Graydon was saying to JaneUbut I cant stand that Med I Yes yes go on Mr Fernmore broke in several voices in eager ex pectancyThe moral Billys eyes were twinkling The joke rather is on me When Mrs Fernmoro reached home I thought it wise to say nothing about the affair but rhad completely underestimated the persistency 4 of these rejuvenated venerables They were not satisfiedwanted to know more about the girls and tho next day in deep but joyous simplicity half a dozen old men asked their married daughters and close friends at the clubs what family of Brown a certain debutante belonged to who was the father of Miss Jones and how long had the family of Miss Robinson lived in the city together with a lot of amaz ing questions And falling to derive even the remotest satisfaction from the social register the woman mem bers of their families besieged my Innocent wife with mOl or less shocked inquiries as to an entertainment of mine at which their aged relations wore present Well the game was up- I I owned upconfessed to the girls being actresses and begged for mercy And I forgave him supplemented Mrs Fernmore smilingly Boys will be boysWhew whistled Billy in conclu sion It was no end ol a lark I would not have mused It for the world but the old chaps will never never forgive me As the gentleman finished Bansemer was looking at Droom with amusement The old clerk was shaking his head In a manner that signified dis approvalHows that for doings In swagger society eh Droom If any one but Billy Ferumore had done that he would have been ostracized forever Nothing like rallllons uI dont believe true aristocrats would do that Interrupted Droom half angrily These are the aristocratsmoney aristocrats the others have lost the nameforgotten Come lets go over yonder Wo can talk there Bansomer called for the bill and set tled It then slowly rising ostentatiously waved his adieus to the alcove and deserted the scene for Chapln Gores Droom meekly followed his employerFor time neither spoke In their stall each was busy with his own thoughts and speculations- I think Ive made a mess of it with Mrs Cable began Bansemer She I wouldnt mention names caution ed Droom with a look at the top of tho partitionShes very likely to fight back after all What was your demand Money said Bansemer quietly Humph I was Drooms way of say lug he lied comingherehim We are as well prepared as we can expect to be I guess It means that well have to get out of Chicago Curse him snarled Bansemer I dont care a rap about myself but twill be aH up with Graydon If any thing or unpleasant should happen to me said Bansomer with a wistful glance at his glass Then In subdued tones ho told of the meeting with Har bert Droom agreed that the situation looked unpleasant and all the more so In view of what Eddie Deever had mentioned In connection with the mar shals office He repeated the story as It had come from the babbling young sters lips utterly deceived by the guileless emissary from the office down stairs What do you expect to do he ask ed studying the tense face of his em ployerIm going to stand my ground said Bansemer steadily drumming on I the table with his stiff fingers They cant prove anything and the man who makes a charge against me will have to substantiate It Ill not run a step Then said Droom coarsely you must let Mrs Cable alone She Is your danger signal I tell you Mr Banse mer shell fight if you drive her Into a corner Shes not a true aristocrat She comes of a class that doesnt give up Bah Shes like tho rest If Har bert doesnt get In his nasty work shell give In like all the others- I thought you said youd do noth to mar the happiness of Graydon ling Droom 1TL I dont Intend to yon old fool This affair Is between Mrs Cable and me If she wins Ill give up But under stand me Im perfectly capable ot knowing just when Im beaten I only know your financial valor said Elias dryly Thats all youre expected to know sir Then we wont quarrel about it said tho other with his sweetest grin Umph Well pleasantries aside wr must look ourselves over carefully before we see our New York friend He must not find us with unclean linen Elias Im worried Ill confess but Im not afraid Is there anything that we have bungled- I have always been afraid of the chorus girl business I dont like chorus girls Bansemer at another time would ave smiled It vns past midnight when the two left the1 stall and started In separate ways for their north side homes The master felt more secure than when ho left the homo of David Cable earlier in the night Elias Droom said at partingI like your attitude toward Mrs C Its not very manly to make war on a woman UMy good Elias said Bansemer complacently surveying himself in the small mirror across the stalluall men make war on women one way or an otherHe did not see Drooms ugly scowl AS he preceded that worthy through the doorway jfhe next morning Bansemer walked down tho Drive It was a bright crisp day and the snow had been swept from the sidewalks He felt that a visit from Harbert during the day was not unlikely and he wanted to be fresh and clear headed Halfway down he met Jane Cable coming from the home of a friend He never had seen her looking so beautiful so full of the Joy of living Her friendly sparkling smile sent a momentary pang of shame into his calloused heart but it passed with the buoyant justification of his decision to do nothing iu the end that might mar his sons hap pinessShe was walking to town and as sured him that she rejoiced in his distinguished company They discussed the play anti the supper party Now that Im engaged to Graydon Im positively beginning to grow sick of people Miss Cable declaredand as they all declare nt that age and stage Well youll soon recover he smiled Marriage Is the convalescence of a love affair you know 1I0h but most of the men one meets are so hopelessly silly tiresome she wont on Its strange too Nearly all of them have gone to collegeYale- or Harvard uly dear Jane they are the unfortu nate sons of the rich You cant blame them All Yale and Harvard men are not tiresome You should not forget that a large sprinkling of the young men you meet at the pink teas were sent to Yale or Harvard for the sole purpose of becoming Yale and Harvard men nothing more Their mothers never expected them to be anything else The poor man sends his son to be educated the rich man usually does It to got the boy away from home so that he wont have to look at him all the time Im happy to say that I was quite poor when Graydon got his diploma Oh i raydon isnt at all like the others Ho is a man cried Jane her eyes dancing- I dont mean to say that all rich hens sons are failures Some of them are really worth while Give credit unlimited to the rich mans son who goes to college and succeeds In life in spite of his environment I must not forget that Graydons chief ambition at one time was to hunt Indians He couldnt have got that from his mother said she accusingly Banse mer looked at her sharply He had half expected on meeting her to 03 serve the first sign that the Cable fam ily had discussed him well but not favorably IIer very brightness con vinced him that she at least had not been taken Into Ithe consultation- I am afraid it came from his horrid father But Graydon is a good boy He couldnt long follow the Impulses of his father I dare say he could be a sinner if he tried too I hate an im becile An Imbecile to my mind is the fellow without the capacity to err Intentionally God takes care of the fellow who errs constantly Give me the fellow who is bright enough to do the bad things which might admit him to purgatory In good standing and Ill trust him to do the good things that will lot him into heaven I often wonder where these chaps go after they dleI mean the Yale and Harvard chaps who bore you It takes a clever chap to have any standing at all In purgatory Where do they go Jane You are wise for your years and sex There surely must be a place for the plain asses 1I0h said sheIII suppose thchave a separate heaven just as the dogs have No doubt youre right he agreed smiling IIbut think how bright the dogs are as a rule Bobby RIgby says a dog Is worth more than his master People will steal a dog he says- I saw him at your house last night Did you meet Mr Harbert IINo Mother said ho came in with BobbyHow is Mrs Cable this morning I think she cr complained of a sick headache last night She has such a frightful headache that she couldnt get up this morning Indeed I Will you carry myrespects and sympathy to her Thank you yes But why dont you condo in and see tis Mr Bansd mcr ex at W IQR II lDfCaSfJ ROOfING t U you average the cost prico of JM ASBESTOS ROOFING over the period of years it is in service you will see that JM is cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing Being made of Asbestos an indestructible mineral it is permanently durable and as 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 the most ceo nomical durable and easily applied siding known Ask for samples and ptlcea I H W JohnsManville Company I 217231I Claybourn St Milwaukee WIs un uanseiner was not approached oy Harbert that day nor the next nor any other day soon in fact It was not until uTter the third day had ex pired that he heard from Mrs Cable Her silence was gratifying and sig nificant It meant that she was struggling with herselfthat she had taken no one as yet Into her confidence He was too wary to feel secure in his posi tion however He abandoned every case that could not be tried in the Jane had started dowpttatn cleanest light and he destroyed his footprints In those of the past more completely than ever David Cable was disposed to be agreeable when they met and RIgbys manner had lost the touch of aloofness Altogether the situation did not look so dark as it had on the night of the blizzard He guessed at Mrs Cables frame of mind during the throe days just past by the tenor of her message over the telephone She did no more than to ask him to drop in before 5 for a cui of ten but he saw beyond the depth of her invitation lie went and had a few minutes alone with her because he was shrewd enough to drop in before 5 No one else came until after that hour had struck lie was studiously reserved and considerate There was iiothlngin his manner to Indicate that he was there as anything more than the most casual sipper of the beverage that society brews It was left for her to make the advances We must come to an understand ing she said abruptly I cannot en dure the suspense the uncertainty Bansemer raised his brows with grave condescension Then you have not confessed to Mr Cable he asked with perfect uncon cern Doyou know I was rather hop Ing that yon would have saved me tho trouble of doing so ult means co much to lAh I see you find It hard to lose the ground you have gained socially He stirred his tea steadily- It isnt that I dont care for that Its for Jane and David I can only offer to buy your silence nothing more she said with hurried words 011 own shares in the railroad Theyre worth 20000 Will you take them My dear he said leaning quite cldso to her I am not seeking to blackmail you as you seem to imagine I have only tried to tell you that I love youOh she exclaimed with a shudder of disgust Ills face was quite close to hers She could feel his warm breath on her cheek and she drew away quickly His hand hovered close to hers as it Jay in her lap There was an eyewitness to this sin gle picture In the brief scene Jane had started downstairs From the upper steps she could look into the drawing room below She could not help seeing Bausemers fervent atti tude She heard nothing that he said The girl paused In surprise A feeling as of dreadshe could not explain crept over her A chill struck into her heartIt as if she had awakened from a sweet sleep to look out upon a bleak horrid m rnlnc- Involunturlly she shrank back quite beyond the actual vision but not free from It She stood straight and tense and silent at the top of the stairs her hand clasping the rail She could hear her heart throbs plainly There was no mistaking the picture as it had burst upon her unsuspecting eyes A great fear a dark uncertainty welled up In haI h J c= n I IIt was not until the butler admitted other callers that she found the cour age to turn her eyes toward the draw ing room Although she succeeded in hiding the fact It was difficult to ap proach and greet James Bansemer with the naturalness of the unsuspecting His manner was beyond reproach and yet for the first time she saw the real light in his black eyes She talked to him as If nothing had happened to make her distrustful but no self con trol in tho world could have checked tho growth of that remorseless thing called suspicion For her own sake for her mothers for Graydons she tried to put it down Instead It grew greater and stronger as she looked into his eyes for In them she saw the light that heretofore had escaped her notice And this was the father of the man whom she was to marry the one whom she loved with all her heart and soul This the man who would degrade her awn mother Her mothershe looked it her with a new question In her eyes Half a dozen people came and went James Bansemer was the last to leave Ho met the girls tense Inquiring look from time to time but he could not have felt Its meaning There was nothing In her voice which might have warned him although It sounded strain ed and without warmth on her own cars In spite of herself she wondered how ho would act In saying goodby to her mother Although she tried with all the might of her will to look away she could not take her eyes from the pair as Bausemcr arose to depart His manner was most circumspect The hand clasp was brief even formal and there was no look in his eyes to indicate the presence of anything but the most casual emotions After his departure Mrs Cable turned to Jane and complained of a frightful headache and went to her room to lie down for awhile before dinner Janes gaze fol lowed her steadily as she ascended the stairs Then she walked to the win dow and looked out upon the street a hundred perplexities In her mind Her father was standing In the middle of the sidewalk looking down the darkening street His cab was turn- Ing the corner below showing that he had been standing there for longer than a minute She watched him with Interest What had happened in the street to hold his interest so closely It was Jane who opened the door and let him in As she kissed his cold cheek she noticed the frown on his brow and caught the strange gleam in his eyes His greeting was less warm than usual and he went to his room upstairs without removing his hat or coat below But not before he sent a quick keen glance about the drawing room to find If James Bansemer had been the single visitor of the after noon Whore Is your mother he asked from the stairs without looking back She has Just gone to her room Jane replied a chill shooting through her veins Some strange unnatural impulse compelled her to add as if the explanation were Just and neces sary We have had a lot of people In drinking tea and mother has a head acheShe watched him ascend the steps and turn into his smoking room The door closed sharply and a wave of inexplicable Irelief rushed over her Her hands were cold She went to the fire place and held them out to the blaze Her cars were alert for sounds from abovealert with a strange fear which choked her with Its persistence Sho dreaded the opening of her fathers door and his footsteps as they crossed to her mothers room She waited for these sounds minute after minute but they did not come The fire would not give warmth to her hands the chUlfseemed to spread In her new conIsclousness she felt that a tragedy was Just begun c o e i- To be Continued A Banquet spread before you would do you no good if you couldnt eat What good can food doTi child whenas soon as it enters f itis stomach it is eaten by worms Thats i 4 the reason your baby is ailing cross ji pasty faced and thin diVis iit r Whites CreamVermifuge 1b will expel tho ii f worms ilnd net aa tonic for the chileIiSold by A R Fisher 4 r1i F T MRIROOSEVELT LAUDS TAFTI True Friend of Reform ant Foe of Abuses NAMES HIM POLITICAL HEIR Republican Candidate Stands For Same Policies as Present Adminis tration Can Be Trusted to Do Justici to Both Capital and LaborA Cham pion of the Right and True Repre tentative of All the People In the following letter of President Roosevelt to Mr Conrad Kohrs ol Montana he tells why voters should support William H Taft at the polls Mr Conrad Kohrs of Helena Mont 10 an old time Montana cattleman and one of the most prominent citizens ol Montana He and the president came Into close relationship more than twenty years ago when they were both members of the Montana Stock Grow ers association the president being al that time the representative of the r little Missouri stock growers in the association The intimacy has been kepi up ever since Mr Kohrs Is one ol the pioneer citizens of the northern Rocky mountain region and one of the men who has taken a leading part in f Its great development- Mr Kohrs letter was called forth by Mr Bryans statement that he Mr Bryan was the presidents heir and natural successor Sagamoro Hill Oyster Bay N Y Sept 9 190S My Dear Mr KohrsI havo received your letter about the candidacy of Mr Taft tho man who I feel is in an especial cease tho representative of all that ir which I most believe Ip political life Every good citizen should desire to sec both prosperity and Justice prosperity and fair and righteous dealing as between man and man obtain permanently in this great republic As a people wo aro justly proud ol our business Industry of our energy and Intelligence in our work and 11 is entirely right that wo should ask our selves as to any given course of conduct Will it be profitable But it is also nc less emphatically true that tho bulk ol our people the plain people who found In Abraham Lincoln their especial champion and spokesman regard the question It this morally right TOO aa even more impor tant than the question Is this profits ble when applied to any given course ol conduct IndeedI in the long run our peu ippie are sure to find that In all dealings alike in the business and political world what Is reilly profitable is that which If morally rltUi Tho last few years have seen u great awakening oftho public con science ant tlio growth of a stern determination to do away with corruption and unfair deulinT political economic social It i urgently necessary that this great reform movement should go on But no reform movenent is healthy if it goes o- ntby spasms iir it Is marked by periods of frenzied advance followed as such periods of frenxl d advance must always be followed by equally violent periods of re action The revolutionary and the reac tionary really play into one anothers bands to the extent that each by his ox cesses necessarily tends to arouse such disgust such a feeling of revolt in the minds of quet people as temporarily to restore tho other to power To permit the direction of our public affairs to fall alternately Into the hands of revolutionaries and reactionaries of the extreme radicals of unrest and of tho big oted conserdtlves who recognize no wrongs to romcdy would merely meun that the nation had embarked on a feverish course of violent oscillation which would be fraught with great temporary trouble and would produce no adequate good in the end Tlio true friend of re form tho true foe of abuses Is the man who steadily perseveres In righting wrongs In warring against abuses but whoso character and training are such that he never promises what he cannot perform that ho always a little more than makes good what he does promise and that while steadily advancing ho never permits himself to bo led into foolish axe cesses which would damage the very cause he champions In Mr Taft we have n man who combines all of these qualities to a degree which no other man in our publlo life since the civil war has sur passed To a naming hatred of Injustice to a scorn of all that is base and mean to a hearty sympathy with the oppressed he unites entire disinterestedness courage both moral and physical of the very high est type and a kindly generosity of nature which makes him feel that all of his fel low countrymen are in very truth his friends and brothers that their interests are his and that all his great qualities are to be spent with lavish freedom in their service Thu honest man of means tho honest and law abiding business man can t feel safe In his hands because of the very 7fact that tie dishonest man of great wealth tho man who swindles or robs hU fellows would not so much as dare to de fend his evil doing in Mr Tafts presence The honest wageworker the honest la boring man tho honest farmer tho honest mechanic or small trader or man of small means can feel that In a peculiar sense Mr Taft vrl be his representative be cause of the very fact that ho has tho same scorn fir tho demigogue that ho has for tho corruptlonlst and that ho wouU front threats of personal violence from imob with the unqualllng and lofty indlf fcrenco with which ho would front tho bitter auger of the wealthiest and most powerful corporations Broad though his sympathies uro thero Is In him not the i slightest tlnfee of weakness No consider r ation of personal interest any more than of fear for his personal safety could male him swerve a hairs breadth from the t course which ho regards as right and in the Interest of the whole people I have naturally a peculiar interest In tho success of Mr Taft nnd In seeing him backed by a majority in bosh houses of congress which will heartily support his policies Fortthe last ten years while I i havo been governor of Now York and president I hiM been thrown Into the closest IntlnfUcyk with him and ho and I havo on eVery essential point stood In heartiest agreement shoulder to shoulder We have tho same views as to what is de manded by the national Interest and hon or both within our own borders and as regards tho relations of this nation with ether nations There Is no fight for de cency and fair dealing which I have wailed In which I have not had his heartiest and most effective sympathy and sup Mwrt and the POIIrt r which I stand chaisebr peM I jg Ufr lIIt MMr to dtecuM all tH miny hd Inn Keif voted qtiMtloM ef moment with wfeitt1 Mr Taft M preheat would Have al lIj l I YOU CANT FRIGHTEN ME ANY MORE ITS A JOKE I Istratlon in which he has played so conspicuous a part has done But to Illus trato just what his attitude is let m touch on two matters now prominent In tho public mind Mr Taft can bo trusted to exact justice from the railroads for the very rcasot that ho can be trusted to do justice to the railroads Tho railroads are the chief In struments of Interstate commerce In the country and they can neither be hold to a proper accountability on tho one ham nor given proper protection on the other save by the affirmative action of the fed eral government The law as laid dowr by the federal courts clearly shows that the states have not and cannot devise laws adequate to meet tho problems caus ed by the great growth of tho railroad doing an interstate commerce business for more than fourfifths of tho business of tho railroads Is Interstate and under the constitution of tho United States only the federal government can exercise con trol thereover It Is absolutely nccossarj that this control should be affirmative ant thoroughgoingAll business carried on by titgreat corporations should In the intere of tho whole people ho far more closely supervised than at present by the national government but this Is especially true oC the railroads which cannot exist at all save by the exercise of powers grantee them on behalf of the people and which therefore Ihu111 be held to a peculiar ac countabillty to the people It is In the Interest of the people that they should not be permitted to do Injustice and It Is n less tr tiw Interest of the people that tliej shot ld not sufTT Injustice Their prime purpose Is to crry the commodities of the farmers nn 1 tie business men They could not be built rave for the money contrib uted to thorn by their shareholders The rout 1 not Ie run at all save for the money paid out In wages to the railroad employ ees and finally they could not berun ju diciously or profitably to any one were I It not for the employment by them of some masterful guiding Intelligence whether ol one man or of a group of men There are therefore several sets of Interests to IH considered Each must receive proper con sideration and when any one of then selfishly demands exclusive consideration the demand must be refused Along certain lines all of those groups have tit samo interests It Is to tho interest ot shipper farmer wageworker businessman honest shareholder and honest manager alike that there should bo economy honesty Intelligence and fair treatment 01 all To put an effective stop to stock wa tering would be a benefit to everybody except tho swindlers who profit by stool watering It would benefit the hones shareholder because honest investment would not be brought into competition with mere paper It would benefit the wageworker because when the money earned does not havo to go to paying In terest on watered capital more of It Is left out of which to pay wages It would benefit the shipper because when only honest stockholders have to be paid Inter est rates need not bo Improperly raised It would benefit the pubic because there would be ample money with which to give efficient service Similarly the prevention of favoritism as among shippers does no damagejto any one who Is honest and con fersiigreatVgood upon the smaller business maryandjtho farmer whom it relieves ol oppression Again Uch supervision of accounts and managt ant as will prevent crookedness and oppression works good directly or In directly to all honest people Therefore everything that can bo done along all these lines should bo done and no mans legitimate interest would thereby bo hurt But after this point has been reached great care must be exercised not to work Injustice to one class in tho effort to show favor to another class and each class naturally tends to remember only Its own needs Tho stockholders must receive an ample return on their Invest ments or the railroads cannot bo built and successfully maintained and the rates to shippers and the wages to em ployees from tho highest to the lowest must all bo conditioned upon this fact On the other hand in a public service corporation we havo no right to allow such excessive profits as will necessitate rates being unduly high and wages un duly low Again whllo In all proper ways rates must bo kept low we must always remembqr that we havo no right and no justification to reduce them when tho re sult is the reduction of tho wages of the groat army of railroad mono A falr work- Ing arrangement must bo devised accord- Ing to the needs of the several cases so that profits wages and rates shall each bo reasonable with reference to the other two and In wages I include tho properly largo amounts which should always b paid to those whose masterful ability Is required for the successful direction of great enterprises Combinations which favor such an equitable arrangement should themselves be favored and not forbidden by law although they should be strictly supervised by the government through the interstate commerce commis sion which should have the power of passing summarily upon not only the question of the reduction but the raising ofratesThis railroad problem Is itself one of tho phases of one of the greatest and most Intricate problems of our civlllza tlon For Its proper solution wo need no merely honesty and courage but judgment good sense and entire fair minded ness Demagogy in such a matter is a certain to work evil as corruption itself Tho mah who promises to raise tho wages of railroad employees to the highest point and at the same time to reduce rates to the lowest point s iprpmlsing what netA leiiJ ifjf ere r la can perform d 6 eiJr pacfMfr It wse at teKM mWl ttr WOttM result to both bipptr an4 wavewerker an4 ruin t9 tM b slB M biters of UM country TIM WJht Fyt is tAt4et 11 M- ti jII swayed from the path of duty by any argument by any consideration who will I wage relentless war on the successful I wrongdoer among railroad men as among all other men who will do all that can bu done to secure legitimately low rates to shippers and absolute evenness among I tho rates thus secured but who will nei ther promise nor attempt to secure rates so low that the wage earner would lose his earnings and the shareholder whose money built the road his profits lIeII will not favor a ruinous experiment like government ownership of railways Ho will stand against any kind of confiscation of honestly acquired property but he will work effectively for tho most ef ficient typo of government supervision I and control of railways so as to secure just and fair treatment of the people as a wholeWhat is hero said as to his attitude onII tho railway question applies to tho whole question of tho trusts Ho will promise nothing on this subject unless ho firmly believes ho can make his promise good Ho will go Into no chimerical movement to destroy all great business combinations Ifori this can only be done by destroying modern business but he will In prac I tidal fashion do everything possible to seIt j cure such efficient control on behalf oCI the people as a whole over these great combinations aa will deprive them of theI i power to work evil Mr Tafts decision In the Addystone pipe line case while onII the bench Is proof by deeds not by words of the farsighted wisdom with which he serves the Interests of the whole people even when those of the most powerful corporations are hostile theretoIi thanjj I right to challenge on behalf of Secretary I Taft it Is the body of wageworkers of j the country A stnncher friend a fairer I land truer representative they cannot within the borders of the Unlteci States He will do everything in his powI er for them except to do that which UI I wrong He will do wrong for no man and therefore can be trusted by all men During the ten years of my intimate ac quaintance with him since I have myself as governor and president been obliged to deal practically with labor problems he has been one of the men upon whose Judg II ment and ail I could always rely In do- Ing everything possible for the cause of the wageworker cK the man who works with his hands or with both hands and head I Mr Taft has been attacked because tho injunctions he delivered while on tho bench I am content to rest his case these very Injunctions I maintain thatt they show why all our people should be grateful to him and should feel It safe to Intrust their dearest interests to him Most assuredly he never has yielded and never I will yield to threat or pressure of any sort as little If It comes from labor as If it comes from capital He will no more tolerate the violence of a mob than the corruption and oppression and arrogance of a corporation or of a wealthy man lie will not consent to limit the power of tho courts to put a stop to wrongdoing wher ever found This very fact should mako tho labor people feel a peculiar confidence in him He has incurred tho bitter hostil ity of foolish and bigoted reactionaries by his frank criticism of the abuse of the power of Injunction in labor disputes and he Is pledged to do all ho can to put a stop to the abuses In tho exercise of tho power of Injunction He will never prom iso anything that he will not do all In his power to perform lie can always be trusted to do a little better than his word and tho fact that before election he willi not promise the Impossible is in Itself a guaranty that after election all that is possible will be done His record as a judge makes tho whole country his debtor His actions and decisions are part of tho great traditions of the bench They guaranteed and set forth in striking fashion the rights of tho gen eral public as against the selfish Interests of any dam whether of capitalists or of laborers They set forth and stand by tho rights of the wageworkcrs to organize and to strike as unequivocally as they sot forth and stand by tho doctrine that no conduct will bo tolerated that would spoil1 destruction to tho nation as a whole Astor the attack upon his injunctions In la bor disputes mado while ho was on tho bench I ask that tho injunctions be care fully examined I ask that overy respon sible and fair minded labor leader ovary responsible and fair minded member of a labor organization read thoso Injunctions for himself If ho will do so Instead of condemning them he will heartily approvo of them and will recognize this further astonishing fact that the principles laidI down by Judce Taft In thatfo very Injunc tions which laboring peopla are asked to condemn are themselves tho very princi pIes which are now embodied In the laws or practices of every responsible labor organization No responsible organization would now hesltato to condemn the abuses against which Judge Tafts injunc tions wore aimed1 The principles which he therein so wisely and fearlessly laidI down serve as a tluirler of liberty fur allot us for wasfoworkers for employers for the general public for they rest on the principles of fair dealing for all of evenhanded Jiwt e for all They mark the judgo who rendered thorn as standing for tho rights of the whole people As far as daylight Is from darkness so far Is such a Judge from the time server tho truckler to the mob or the cringing tool of great corrupt and corrupting corporations Judge Taft on the bqnch as since In the Philippines In Panama In Cuba in the war dGparim7ntmhpwed hjmselfl tQ be nI wise a fearless and ah upright servant ofr te whoe people wwl7ogs s rvljces to th Whole people vere beyond all price More tyer llet all gootf cltlfcM rijnimWr tftftt fie rendered jheie JprylCM l rhu easy ti do so Hut VttUn lAwlSfiVfiZ threatened whfy matye 4 l1wasTclvt dlttwrtea fkr i3M4I ftsWls + t iw oTMrwetst ttwt- fir eivMlilr 1We tteUeltI sllwt ctrl I I f only tho highest kind of moral courage but of physical courage as well for his life was freely and violently threatened Let all fair minded men wageworkcrs and capitalists alike consider yet another fact In one of his decisions upon the bench Judge Taft upheld in the strongest fashion and for tho first time gave full vitality to tho principle of the employers liability for Injuries done workmen This was before any national law on the subject was enacted Judge Tafts sense of right his Indignation against oppression In any form against any attitude that Is not fair and Just drove him to take a position which was violently condemned by shortsighted cap italists and employers of labor which was so far In advance of tho time that It was not generally uphold by the state courts but which we are now embodying In tho law of the land Judge Taft was a loader a pioneer while on the bench In the effort to get justice for the wage worker In jealous championship of his rights and all upright and farsighted la boring men should hold it to his credit that at the same time he fearlessly stood against the abuses of labor just as he fearlessly stood against the abuses of capital If elected ha has shown by his deeds that he will be president of no class but of the people as a whole He can be trusted to stand stoutly against the two real enemies of our democracy against the man who to please one daswould undermine the whole foundation ol orderly liberty and against the man wh in the Interest of another class would secure business prosperity by sacrillclnr every right of the working people- I have striven as president to cham pion III every proper way the interests of the wageworker for I regard the wage worker excepting only the farmer the tiller of the soil as the man whose well being Is most essential to the healthy growth of this great nation I would for no consideration advise the wageworker to do what I thought was against his interest I ask his support for Mr Taft exactly as I ask such support from every farsighted and right thinking American citizen because I believe with air my heart that nowhere within the borders of our great country can there be found another man who will as vigilantly and ef ficiently as Mr Taft support the rights of the workingman as he will the rights of every man who In good faith strives to do his duty as an American citizen He will protect the Just rights of lath relentrlesslyI against lawlessness and Injustice whether exercised on behalf of property labortOn the bench Judge Taft showed th judgeIaretalso the two qualities a great president Sincerely yours THEODORE ROOSEVELT Mr Conrad Kohrs Helena Mont WHY TAFT WILL WIN Business Interests Working For Re publican Success The president of the Claflln company in an annual statement of that com pany to stockholders sums up the business situation with touch accuracy and fairness He said that after six months of severe depression In the dry goods Industry a recovery occurred In June and since then has been weJl maintained but no great Improvement can be exp ted until the presidential election is over- Expressed or implied a marked re vival within the next few weeks is predicted by the most cautious business men In the country because of tho inferential belief that Judge Taft will be elected on Nov 3 Recent accounts of the Iron trade show that the gain of the early summer Is being Iheld bank clearings and railway gross earnings tell a similar story To everyone the evidence is unmistakable that If the election of Judge Taft was now placed beyond peradventure business would take on an immediate boom For this reason masterful minds ev erywhere in Industrial and commercial activities are bending every energy for tho election of Taft Depositors Safe Congressmen and others will be in terested to note that although thirteen banks and trust companies closod their doors In consequence of the October panic not one of the 51000 depositors will lose a dollar Some of these institutions had been wickedly misman lag but iH every case the men re sponsible have been expelled sorno In dicted and some have committed sui cide It hardly looks In those circum stances as It we needed federal guarantee of national bank deposits If that were provided as the Democrats propose one great agency for holding bank officers up to a proper sense of individual responsibility for the sate and proper conduct of their Institu tions would be retnovebBoston Transcriptko U Jk Vi I con 6fed- riir B iarRrifit= aCttprae NctlibItea a- tl sUr vim ju I flUNG INTO THE SEA Experience of a Man Struggling In Midocean SENSATIONS OF DROWNING A Tangle of Wild Thoughts Combined With Vague Notions of Time and Space The Dreamy Doze the Res cue and the Knife In His Back Standing on a chair near the deck rail of an ocean liner a sudden lurch of the vessel flung me Into the Atlantic Instinctively as I went over I Held my arms out for the dive and while I was still falling I heard the cry ring out Man overboard I Down down I sank for the fall waR from a considerable height Being able to swim a little I was spared the first mental agony experienced by the non swimmer who unexpectedly finds him self In deep water The surprise caused by the suddenness of the tall filled my brain but as I struggled to regain the surface my lungs almos bursting the horrible thought of tho propeller churning out its 100 revolu tlons a minute flashed upon me Should I be mangled beyond recogni tion in a second Oh for another years sweet life Would my leg be cut clear off or I could see the sky again and I tool a great breath of fresh air though sick with fear Then I saw the steamer had passed I was spared mutilatloi to die slowly by drowning Ilea rapidly the steamer was vanish ing I could catch a glimpse of It when a green wave lifted me high In the water I would only be able to swim for ten minutesten little min utes though I was still In the prIme of life Surely that cry as I fell would have roused somebody to action And yet I was alone In the Atlantic wIth possibly two miles of water between me and the bottom- I looked round anxiously to see whether a lifebuoy had been thrown There was nothing In sight but a wld waste of water Mud the fast disappear- Ing steamer My arms were growing heavy All I tried to do was to keep my head above water but 1I seemed to have been do Ing thnt for an hour My legs too were refusing to bead The end could not IHJ far away My arms must both be broken for they would Imrlly move and they ached terribly What H long time a than could keep afloat I was vaguely glad I could not swim very well be cause It would have meant waiting tot the end such a long time It made one drowsy Anottw wave lifted me up and II saw the steamer bad changed Its pool Hon It muM be going back to Eng land to tell them at home what had happened to me How soothing the sOft aBt IIf only I could stop trying to work my arms that aching pain In them would cease and I might go to sleepSometimes when I saw the ship which never seemed to get any farther away now I remembered I was tight lug for another minutes life It had been harder at first but now the seu lulled me Into happiness What on earth were they playing al on the steamer I lead nearly caught It up again only somehow I had got in front of it It grew bigger quickly and It was coming straight on If those ridiculous people were not care ful they might run over me yet Perhaps It would be better to go to sleep after all My arms were easier and I did not want to breathe so much now It was getting dark and ever so much colder than It was last night The steward must give me an extra blanketWhy was everything so hazy and tL room stuffy I could hardly breathe And yet it didnt matter Nothing mattered but I wished dreamily that some one would stop digging a knife Into my back for I was Just dropping oft to sleep nicely s e e e e Next day I found the knife had been the point of a boat hook with which they picked me up as I came to the surface The steamer had turned in a circle and arrived Just in time London Answers Exaggerated The knack of looking at the bright side of things was never developed to such perfection as in the case of a nan who after a railway accident tel graphed to his friends wife Your husband killed In railway ac cident hand both arms and both legs jut off nut lifter this correction WitS ro iolvodFirst Yourhintandply ono arm Mixed The following appeared In an Irish lowspuper Whereas John Hall lias fraudulently taken away several articles of wear lug apparel without ray knowledge this la therefore to inform him that If he does not forthwith return the fsame his name shall be mnde public London Tattler An Imposition Magistrate So you acknowledge laving stolen the overcoat Anything nore to say Prisoner Yes your dolor I bad to havo the sleeves re ined Punch Vii Is tit tijit f tflebnly time thet 1 RSpap t el1i1IIt ra 1ikM rllt Ilgktdeg4Lwt I t rlV Jr STYLISII COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expect tailors em ployedI J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCanteltonInd H DeH riOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtst er Special attentionflven to collections road cases License to CourtsOffico IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watchrepaired go to TeLEWlShe knows how and does ashe knows He has one Hof the finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddyat the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comche is glad to welcome youjand give you satisfactionII T C Lewis Home Jeweler t Hardinsburg Ky r lII ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 110 Dally Mast Train learM Clovert crt iOTAM stops at Irrlnrtcn and West fetal only arrive at Louisville A M No itIIS tHlljMall HBO kxpreseiea Ole rerport 10HM A M stops at all way statical vriVes Louisville 1145 p ID Train No lit tinny fast ir Alleav s Olo verport 455 p m stops at allay tuMos east of arrives ai Louis 1Ie 1 stllI miTrain No 148 Laity Cloverport accoan o latlon arrives Oloverport 810 b m LWEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansville coacmmrdatlon leaves Ctoverport 100 a m stops at nil way stations arrives EraDAvtlle 900 a m Train No Ill Dally fast mall and exprest leaves Cloverport II 05 a m stopa only at Haw Owensboro tanley SpottbvllleReeds Henderron and KvRnsvllle arrives St Lou IK 70 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 10r30 u m Stops at all stations No 1150I1ly St Louis fast train leavesOIo ferport li CG PM arrives EvanKville It35 A yt St Louis 740 A M stops at Uawesville Owensnoro and Henderson only Chair cars on trainsHi 113 113 114 Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and 116 bttween Louisville Evansvlllo and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 daily except Monday leaves fordsvlllettOO 1rves Irvlngton 9140 am Train No4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fords villa 3 30 p m arrives Irvington 530 p aTrain No 0 Sunday oniy- Pordf vllle700a m Irvington RSS a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Daily except Sunday leaves Irvington 1110 am arrives Ford vJ11l 855 p mTratnNo5Dai1 lenvrs hvlr ton 705 p m arrives Fordsville 1C15 u m Look at Her Teeth Young man before you marry take particular notice of the teeth of your Intended wife Aunt Peggy tells mo that the organs of mastication are cer tain Indicators of a wifes inclination to roam or not to roam tilt you want a home body says the aged high priestess marry a girl whose teeth grow close together If the teeth are distinctly separated your wife will go gadding about all the time She may love her home but she wont stay there She will want to be travel Ing The greater the distance betweon the teeth the greater her Incllnatlou to wander abroad Now all ye who are blessed with wives Greetings Look at theIr teeth In their position you may find an ex planation of sundry habits of your bet tor Mvonolgbths something you have been vainly guessing at thesolo these many years Xew York Prows Break In Monotony The monotony of our calling says tho principal reader of a metropolitan magazine Is sometimes broken a bit by the naivete shown by some of our friends who favor us aibi manuscript Not long ago 1 iikk l up a story seat by a novice In Indiuuai in the ei- tirp i length of which numbering SOUK ten thousand words there was not i single mark of punctuation except JJ occasional period The author wt however thoughtful enough to append this note to his effort I Mr Editor Please insert decimal points to suit Philadelphia Ledger Sales 6000 A Year- A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to foOOO a yearrPost office in connection which pays about l0peryear Thrfeipiles from i IIetcia small capital to dropfihtiiitb a good business Sta further particulars write i JNO D BAB AGEI CJViijiit Ky f- k V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lipe Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us givettheir old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1908 You may say what you please but Mr Bryan with all his ora tory cant get the people away from the facts V The most remarkable feature of the present cold snap says the Chicago Evening Post is that Air Taft has not encountered even alight frost anywhere in the Northwest Heres to the woman who has a smile for every joy a tear for every sorrow a consolation for every grief an excuse for every fault a prayer for every misfortune an encouragement for every hope Sainto Foix Mrs Crawford Pate is a woman She says Bryan 1 Bryan if I had been defeated as often as Bryan God bless his old soul I would never run again Elected no says she Never If he is Ill take up my residence on one of these sand bars in the Ohio river Col Ben Johnson the Democratic candidate for congress in this district says he will not have time to visit his district or make any speeches He is bard at work running the state campaign which claims all his time Voters will please remember this Every voter knows Col Johnson and his record and fitness to represent all the people Democrats and Republicans aro going to support Col Johnson They are satisfied with his work and want him to still represent them The Kentucky State Fair in its permanent location near Louis ville and with its splendid facilities for all classes of exhibits especially live stock is destined to become in tho very near future the greatest agricultural exposition in the Central and Southern States if not in the whole United States The foundations have been laid whichshould within a few years time give to this Fair the most complete and uptodate equipment of any state Andit was demon strated last week that the patrons and exhibitors of the Fair fully appreciate and will support an institution so broadly planned and pro gressively administered INLAND FAIIMEK Hero iis the way the New York Journal hit tho bullseye in dis soribing the real moaning of a vote for Bryan the other day If you vote for William Jennings Bryan you vote to keep yourself out of work if you are out of work now You vote to make it sure that you wont save any money and that you will spend in the next four years whatever you have saved unless it is a good deal If you vote for Bryan you vote for an experiment that will make real earnest radicalism rediculous you vote for four years of a ropedan- cer in the White House four years that will disgust the people even with genuine radicalism and honesty in politics and sot them all how ling If this is radicalism give us llockfeller I Mr Taft in his speeches is not much on oratory but has a way of dealing in facts that puts the voters to thinking This is the way he is talking to the farmers out in South Dakota The difficulty about Mr Bryan my distinguished opponent is that he is engaged in trying to avoid his record and the Republican party and its candidates are trying to stand by their record Mr Bryan I believe yesterday invited my attention to a numberof issues but I dont think that ho dealt with that great emphasis of which he is capable on the condition which South Dakoto and her far mers were in when ho was so to speak at tha helm- I dont think he called your attention at least not your in tense attention to the effect on the market price of the farmers pro ducts of the GormanWilson tariff bill ofwhich ho was one of the chief advocates Ho did not rsfor to the fact with any degree of significance that wheat under the influence of that great tariff measure wont down below 50 cents that oats wore at 10 cents nor did he dwoll ou the fact that after the Democratic party under his leadership hAd brought about such a condition of affairs he proposed a method to help us out by which we should repudiate liiilf our debts nnd in that way stagger back to prosperity- I dont think he called your attention to the fact that within two years after the gold standard was adopted in 1896 every one of the prophecies which he made aw to what would happen was refuted- I dont think that he dwelt at any great llengthon the para mount iome which together with free silver was brought to your atten tion in 1900 I dont think he invited your consideration of tho face that on the Fourth of July when he was notified in Lincoln of his ocond nomination he said that unless we got out of the Phillippinos unless we abandoned that auf ul issue of imperialism by electing him we should not celebrate with true patriotism another Fourth of July in this country My recollection is that we have celebrated good many Fourths since that time and 1 have not discovered any decline in patriotism either c Sermons in Stones and Good in Everything KOKOMO Ind September 30SpecialLis stilled by the silencing hand of death eyes staring sightless from sunken sockets aided not at all by hands rigid and gesture Idss spoke a silent and olo uent sermon to GOO school children last evening Charles Thrasher and William Lindley- were 1 found dead in the woods Charles Lindley lay dyingI near them This was the result of intoxication and expo childrentwho lied in terror but the Rev Hall of the Greenwood M E church conceived in the bodies the test of a temper ance sermon Headed by Roberts the schoolchildren fell into line and marched past the bodies As they filed past the grewsome exhibit the minister murmured Hero HI an illustrated sermon without words 0 r HARDINSBURG OCCURRENCES Democrat Changes Hands Again Several Marriage Licenses Is suedMinister Will Be Stationed There PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS Miss Evelyn Beard has returned from Bowling Green her health not permitting her to remain in school Joel H Pile leaves this afternoon to attend the State Sunday School Convention at Newport John P Haswell Jr returned Sat urday night from Louisville where he had gone on legal business Marriage license Ollie Davis Dora Langley Cleve Ross Bedlah Board J C Davis Jennie B Johnson Wm Sipes Blanche Horsley Charley Sha fer Maggie F Haycraft Allen Mea dor Annie Bowman- J T McDonald of Arlington Ky has purchased the Democrat of Roy E Moorman proprietor and publisher for several months past Mr Mc Donald is a practical newspaper man who for twentyfive years has been in the work He knows every plan of the work and Is in the business to stay Mr McDonald arrived Satur day night to take charge of the Dem ocrat Bliss Maude Hanks of Prince ton Ky general assistant has ar rived to aid in running the paper Roy Evan Moorman who sold the Democrat last week left Thursday for Danville Ky where he has en tered college Mr Moormans suc cess here has made him determine to make a preparation for lifelong jour nalistic work Mrs Lee Bishop has returned from Louisville where she has spent some time completing her fall and winter stock in millinery The fiscal court met yesterday for its October session The meeting at the Baptist Church continues with increasing interest Rev Bowden is delivering some fine sermons to listeners A beautiful line of millinery at Mrs Lee Bishops Much pleasure is expressed here over the action of the Owensboro Conference of the M E Church in making Hardinsburg a station thus given the church a minister whose entire work will be here Call and see Mrs Lee Bishop she wants you to see her new fall hats Rev D S Shacklett resigned Sat urday as Pastor of the Clover Creek Baptist Church Everybody goes to Mrs Lee Bishop for stylish hats DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are just what you need and what you should get right away for pain in the back backache rheumatic pains and all urinary and bladder troubles Thousands of peoplesuffer from Kidney and Bladder trouble and do not know it- They think it is a cold or a strain Dont take any chances Get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic and promptly soothe the pain Dont fail to insist upon DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We sell them Sold by all Druggists HARNED Misses Ola Gray rend Maud Mattingly and Wallace Johnson of Garfield were the guests of Misses Reo and Ola Gray SundayMisses Shellie Payne has returued home after an extended visit to rela tives at McDanlels Several from Kingswood passed through here this week enroute to Owensboro to attend Conference Mr and Mrs Frank Compton and two sons Robert Lee and Paul of Ger mantown were the guests of Mr and and Mrs Steve Davis Sunday Miss Nellie Butler of Fair View spent last week the guest of Mrs Nora BlackMr and Mrs J R Drane of West View were the guests of Mr and Mrs Monroe Basham Saturday Mr Ernest Thornhillof Germantown was the guest of friends here Sunday Sam Tuckers children have the whooping cough Jack Frost visited us Thursday night Misses Rue Meador and Nannie Beauchamp went to Kingswood Thurs day Supt Joel H Pile and Mr Jess Whitworth were here Wednesday and visited our school Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Weatherfords school house Saturday night Henry Davis is quite ill Our prayer meetings on Sunday nights are well attended Mrs Letitia Bruington and children were the guests of Mrs Eli Pile Sun dayMiss Elsie Butler of near West View is the guest of her grand mother Mrs W O Butler Mrs D S May is ill Messrs Guy Butler and Fred Davis attended church at Germantown Wed nesday night Miss Irene Kennedy spent Tuesday the guest of Miss Shellie Payne Miss Shellie Quiggins left Friday for Big Clifty to be the guest of her sister Mrs Parsons for several days 100 Reward 100 The roadors of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there Is tit least one dreaded disease that science has boon able to euro In nil Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive euro now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taUon Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and Riving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Jts work The troprlotors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 7fic Take Halls Family Pills for constipation CLIFTON MILLS Mr F W Hall and son Adron is visiting S N Hall at Osko Ballard Co this week Mr and Mrs Jessie Carter is visiting at WhltesvilleOhio Co for a few weeksDr Henry Bashman is in this neigh borhood doing dental work Mrs Fannie Willis closed her meeting last Sunday night and is holding one at Millertown Grayon county this week Bryan in Response to Roosevelt My record is sufficient answer to your insinuation I have lived in vain if your accusations lose me a single friend I challenged you to name any trust official who is supporting me and after searching the country you produce the namo of ono man not a trust official but the local attorney of a trust That is ingenious but it is not sound The trust magnates are supporting the republican party and the Bible offers an ex planation the ox knoweth his owner and tho ass his mas ter8 crib But if you want to bo fair why do you not give the amount of the republican campaign fund that year 1896 and the sources of it Pam willing to have both funds published are you 1 If some of those who contributed to our fund of loss than 300000 had a pecuniary interest in the result of the elec tion how will you explain the enormous contributions made to tho republican fund But your letter presents a defense of your partys position and an accusation against the voters which emphasizes an issue already prominent You aro the first comspicuous member of your party to attempt an explanation of the partys opposition to publicity before the election and the admission which you make will embarrass your party associates Your position is that the publication before election of this contributions made to your campaign fund would furnish your political opponents jm opportunity to give a false impression as to the fitness of tho candidatesPublic JR1s occupy much the same position as jurors They are constantly called upon to decide questions between the favorseeking corporation on the one hand and the people on the other and there is a very general impression that offic ials of those favorseeking corporations do not put up large sums of money frompurely patriotic motives 0 I 0 = f w 1 j Ve I h cr w IO i Nothing Equals Pe=ra=na For Serious Kidney Trouble n MRWF CLOW Kidney Affection 1 1 1 1 1 1 Asthma sJVrainCol a retired real estate man I writes II I am a man of over seventy 1 1 llfyears and feel that I owe my pres nt good health entirely to Peruna L I began using it about a year ago for asthma and kidney trouble and I J took several bottles I havo not I felt bettor for years Different mom hers of my family havo used it also and have only words of praise to speak for Peruna Attributes Health to Peruna William Bailey 88 1 St N Ef Wash ington D C Past Col Encampment No 69 Union Veteran Legion and prominently identified with many of tho great labor protective associations in Chicago and Now York and Secre tary of ono of the largest associations in tho former city had for nearly thirty years been afflicted with kidney troubles Within a short period ho has been persuaded to try Peruna and his present healthy condition is attributed to his judicious use of that great remedy Ho considers himself now quito cured and physical merits 01 Object Liquid Sirs Clare Hall and children spen I Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Payne Miss Anna Rush and Miss Adah Beauchamp spent Friday night and Saturday with the Misses McCoy Mrs Dance Hord and children are visiting at John Carters I B J Coomes has sold his stock of merchandise to Abram Compton of GarfieldMiss Payne is visiting Mrs Clara Hall Daisy is teaching a splended school at this place So Writes John N Watkins St Louis Ho Read What Mr Clow of Colorado Says A Man Over Seventy Years nftf nnwiJOHN NWATKINS I Kidney and Bladder Trouble Mr John N Watkins 3133 Shenan doah Ave St Louis Mo writes Among all the greatly advertised medicines for kidney and madder troublo there is nothing which equals Poruna I suffered for several years with this trouble spout hundreds of dollars on doctors ana medicine and all to no purpose until I took Poruna Ono bottle did me more good than all the others put together as they only poisoned my system Peruna cured mo I used it for four months before a complete cure was accomplished but am truly grateful to you Tho least I can do in return is to acknowledgo this in excellent condition I People Who to Medicines PerunaI Bandy JR Mrs Mary S Rush spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs Chas Hatfield Jim Avtit and Jim McCoy were the guests of Lula and Adah Beauchamp Wednesday nightRB J Coomes and E J Beauchamp were in Raymond Friday Lee and Charlie Wright were the guests of Miss Claudia E Coomes and Miss Anna W Rush Wednesday Hurrah I for dear old Breckenridge she went dry Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office rMI1AAMM I1iAN- LL If you want bargains in H- LL WINTER III I + IInow is the time to buy of the well IIIthem firm I I of 1 Glassc0ckCompy 01 GLENDEANE KY T I IrtA TTT V d the Breckenridge News Reliable Remedy CATARRH FOR JiltWElysJs quickly absorbed 11 Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes E protectsthe brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Restores the Souses of Taste and Smell Full size LiquidOreamEly Brothers GO Warren Street New York WEDNESDAY OCT 7 1908 PERSONALAND LOCAL Quality ShoesNolte Shoes that lastNolte cloaksNolteIiLadies underwearNolte- Fall line underwearNolte- Nice line new skirts Nolte Shoes that wear wellNolte Latest fads in mens hatsNolte UpToDate caps for boys and men t Nolte Wallace Pierce has entered State University IrvingtonIIlast week Miss Marion Bowmer is in Louisville thisweekMiss Popham has been home from school- Mrs Cordreys millinery opening begins today Lots of good things in Noltes Grocery DepartmentAlfred has entered school at Uniontown Ky Mrs Marion Weatherholt spent Sun day at TdbinsportI The Womans Missionary meeting will be held Oct 9 Merry Widow puffs braids and hair rats on sale at Mrs Cordreys Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro spent Sunday here Mrs Joe Sawyer and daughter Jane Lamar left Sunday for Eddyville The Rev James Lewis is conducting a series of meetings at Glendeane James Rollings of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Julia Wroe Sunday Willis Green of Falls of Rough attended the Louisville Horse Show Dont borrow the News next week todayrDavid Murray Jr of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Anne Crenshaw SundayMiss Ashley of Cincinnati will be pleased to take orders for made hats at Mrs Cordreys Jesse T Hook writes to have his paper changed from Cripple Creek to Anaconda Colo All mail orders for hats will be given personal attention by Mrs James CordreyMiss Basham who is principal of the Ekron school spent the week end atSkillmanMiss Woods has returned from a several days visit to relatives at Jolly Station Mr and Mrs Geo Johnson of Gar field have been the guests of Mr and Mrs C L Pate Mrs Ferry has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Homer Dawley in Louisville Mr and Mrs JD Taul and children Roma and Earl of Jolly Station are the guests of Mrs Joe Mullen Mrs Rov Heyser who has been visit ing her parentsin Montana has return- edr to her home at Logan W Va r ScottsEmulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo phosphites should always be kept in the house for the following reasons FirstBecause if any member of the family has a hard cold it will cure it 4 SecondBecause if the chil dren are delicate and sickly it wellrThirdBecause if the father or mother is losing flesh and I emaciatedIi it will build them up and give them flesh and strength Fourth Because it is the standard remedy in all throat and lung affections No household should be with out it C Stud this advcrtkemeat together with name of papa te which it appears your addrtts and few CMiU to cover pottage ad we will send ye4 a Co tt HaadyM M of the World 1 48COTrBOWNE40tfMriSU New York r Edward Oglesby Is spending this week in Milwaukee i Miss Clara Fisher arrived from Owensboro Friday to spend several weeks with Miss Jane Hambleton- Mr and Mrs J M Graham of Lewisport went to Louisville Monday to spend two weeks visiting relatives Wm Macklewayne of Hardinsburg and Robert Moorman of Glendeane I spent a few days at Tar Springs last weekMrs Young of Morganfieldand Mrs Chas Skillman have returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Watkins at Owensboro during the Methodist Conference Mad A Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says 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 The fame of this bile raving cough and cold remedyand lung and threat healer is world wide Sold by Severs Drug Co sOc and 1 Trial bottle free i SOCIETY NOTES JMisses Rebecca and Martha Willis entertained most delightfully at their home in the West End Thursday morn ing Mrs Ira Behen was guest of honor The game fortytwo was enjoyed by a large number of the young society girls Just before the refreshments were served pieces of ad vice were given the bride by every one present Among the invited guests were Misses Margaret Burn Edith and Eva Plank Pauline Mo rItan Mayme DeHaven Irene Jarboe Annie Jarboe Marion Bowmer Lula Severs Frances Ella and Jane Smith Jennie Mabel Harris Cleona Weatherholt Ray Heyser Louise Babbage and Margaret Skillman Mesdames James Younger Burn Severs Benton Eubanks Proctor Keith Harry New som Lenorad Oelze and Mrs R O Willis Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven was hostess to the Ladies Reading Club at their initial meeting of this season Thursday afternoon It is always a pleasure for the members to be the guests of Mrs DeHaven as she entertains with charm ing ease The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Miss Elizabeth Skillman president Mrs Leon McGavock vice president Mrs Payne treasurer Mrs J H Wills librarian and Mrs Fred Ferry secre tary Mr and Mrs Bruce Haldeman gave a bob party for their guests Mrs Morris Beard of Hardinsburg and Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough to see The Devil Thursday night Those present were Mrs Morris BeardMiss Jennie Green Mr and Mrs Edward Jefferson Watkins Dr Lindenberger and Mrs Bruce Haldeman Louisville Times Miss Marion Bowmer of Cloverport who is visiting in Louisville and whorls one of the October brides and Miss Edith Wortham who will be married this month will be the guests of honor at a bridge party Thursday afternoon which Miss Madison Bell will give Courier Journal The Ladies Reading Club will be en tertained tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs A R Fisher lfrs Fisher will be assisted in entartaf iifng by Miss Georgia White and MIsgr Ills White Mrs Ella Jordan expects to leave the twelfth for Louisville to attend the wedding of Miss Haselle Hoerter Straff erto Mr Burton Hall Arterburn bliss Louis Babbage will attend the wedding of Miss Louise Keisker and Mr Evarts Barnum next Wednesday evening in Louisville Mr A A Polk was host to a delight fug all day dinner party at his home at Tobinsport Sunday Hisguests were Mrs Sippel and daughter Miss Lillian Sippel Miss Mamye Graham and Mr Emmett Sippel Mr and Mrs J Byrne Severs gave an informal but delightful luncheon Fridayevening to the following tennis players Miss Anne Jarboe Miss Lula Severs Mr Lawrence Murray and Mr David Phelps The following invitations have been issued Mr and Mrs William Haynes Bowmer request the honor of your presence at thejmarriage of their daughter Marion Hawes to Mr Chas W Moorman on the evening of October 30 1908 at 9 oclock at the Methodist church Cloverport Ky u Q Je rsms ts t ir at Before and After Taking ShorthandWJJ A young man was drawing 50 a month Ho toolca at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS A year later his 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE cour8eIIcrease the first year The second year he was 1 a month 4800 a year 4200 yearly INCREASE the fRw- W f5 yearGet Right now You will be well startedon 11 tThbi your work when the Fall enrollment comes Bo graduated at the time when not many are graduating and have just so positionEnroll Clarks School of Business 7 i1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 12J Q To My Friends And Patrons As I now have opposition in the bakery business I want to tell you how I came here I came here for the be nefit of the people of Cloverport as you had no bakery and was forced to eat whatever was offered you as bread And I have done my best to please the trade any time my goods are not sat isfactory please let me know and I wilt be pleased to make all wrongs Right this is my only desire is to please my trade Now it matters not what prices- II my opponent makes I will make les And give you the very best goods that pure food products can produce Other bakers have long ago cut their loaves to 14 ounces I have never scaled less than 16 ounces to each loaf I am now making a fine line of candies fresh every day dont think everybody has to be on main street to run an up to date business I am in the old Hall- stand where I can get plenty ventila tion as the pure food law requires all bakeries to be well ventilated Dont forget the old reliable Home bakery When you want pure food S J Brown Prop HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 81 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 15 970 to St Louis and return from Cloverport Oct 13 14 and 15 good to return Oct 29 on account of Nati onal Association of Graindealers j 300 to Louisville and return from Cloverport Oct 19 20 21 good to return Oct 23 on account of Grand Lodge of Masons Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Increased time The L H St L Railroad shops have increased the employees time one hour and a half The hours are from 730 a m to 530 p m The increase was made October 1 Davless County Fair Owensboro Ky Oct 610 155 round trip from Clovtjrport Oct 5678910 good to return OctI i 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 3h 1710 14 17 goodreturning two days from date of sale LATES NEWS FROM TOBINSPORT The Rev J F Winohell and wife have told their ifarm at Tobinsport to Dudley Biviu Jr coa idaration 1500 000 Chas ColVin and Elqok Anderson are building handsome residences at the Indiana port- o o o Miss Ida Parrish is attending High School at Cannellon 000 The Rev L S Sanders Preached atrTobinsport Sunday 000 Mr Walter Weatherholt has gone to Clark Township to teach school this winter 000 Mr and Mrs John S Bryan of Derby were the guests af Mr and Mrs Walter WeatherholtSunday0o0 Wallace Weatherholt is teaching school at Derby 000 Webb Taylor was ot Troy last week 000 MorrUon I Calhoon dQtiatf office downstair 285 Toufth street tooth phone 6wenbore Ky m I W ail t s 1 JFOR RENT A furnished room In a resi convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the Now office FOR SALESmall cottage known as the House Apply at Drecklnrldge Bank FOR SALEStandard gas enalno oU anu BreckonrldRe News Office FOR tENTTwo splendid rooms to the building suitable for a small busl ness poll SALE Scholarship in Bowling Green1 University Howling Green ICy Breck enrldgo News HEATER and cooker combined stove for News office- SALESSIEN WNTED to look after our ln Dreckenrldge and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Address Lincoln Oil Company FOR 8ALETwolvo nice stock Ewos am k Suo L Walker at Walkers Bakery Hardinsburg onMainourInterestAddressLincoln MO- REWATCEIES And better prices- on them than you will find at most places Severs Drug Co V 6e BABBAGE Attorney at Law and Notary Public Cloverport Kentucky anything 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 Thencall 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- bes company in the world the Equitable of New York whose ad mitted assets are over four million two hundred and twentyseven thousand dollars If so I can write it for you Do you want to buy 000 worth of bank 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 bring or sand them to me If you can not call tojpee me at my place of business in CJoverport drop me a line through the mail and I will give the matter immediate at tention Respectfully V G Babbage YOUNG MEN LEARN 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 methods in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions absolutely guaranteed graduates Full in formation in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TElE9ftA HY r 4 t JDitpt EI OWiRUlriXJof 1 lIMMlrN M1A AWlYINNWMd11d1 AAMIrINiAk i I I SHOESII Ii SHOESII1HI SHOES I CWe have the style and kinds for every member of the household-s Father Mother Sister Brother little folks and big Let us make your feet glad IIJ C NOLTE BRO- ICLOVERPORT KY IourI lourI i i f I l mm fJB IStatement of Condition of The I II I ar1 I Resources Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 871481 Cash in other Banks 4962 74 Banking House And Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 5- 3Total90323 72 MjWe have passed the fifth miles time we have grown from a small fij business We have endeavored t ing for our depositors every safe f security Our funds are guard I I proof safe and insurance is carri I centIt more than any other bank in Brec I yebelievejnDavinof pu When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work Wo 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 Once a CustomerAlways One t Cloverport Foundry 1It1 I 1 LiabilitiesIfm1 Capital StockifJ5OOO 00 Surplus Fund 777 18 091Amount 1 Indiana I = 81JmJJ r rBANK t OFtIncorporated 1903 Capital Surplus and- Undivided t tProfits 2200000 SafeSound I and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre I ciate your business and in fluence Interest paidon Time Deposits I BANK OF CLOVERPORT CUOVERPORT KY t I lr hriE97t Aromar 3 3sFr 3iafliallii i Food LQLWS Yy 4- IhaveI tot er affected our drinks ill any WHY They were putt i before we had Pure Food Laws ff- ft i m FOR SALE BY Cloverport T F Hey or Weisenborg Noble C L j Sippel N II 9ui gins 1V B Oelaso W Vi C J Hensol Irvington tJ Duggins llarncd Mut 1 jl s tingly Bros Kirk N M Crowd Co McQundy T G ijj Il v jStephensportj Carr Bottling and Manufacturing WorksIl L Hawesville Kentucky Jj = SHINGLE TILE Wo have in stock about 125 Squares of Cull Shingle Tile suitable for roofing barns sheds and outbuildings of any kind which we offer at 200 Per Square These Tile will make an everlasting roof Please call and ex amine them I t h i THE MURRAY ROOFING T1 EtQ Cloverport Kentucky A TV ffl1IAiti 1 ii 1I1 1nii 9t I I I I 111 FASHIONS REALMI Shapely Shoes For My Ladys Pretty Little Feet STYLES OF THE SEASON A New Shoe Cloth That Is Waterproof Satin Slippers More Worn Than EverGold and Bronze Evening sties Smart but Expensive The new footwear is dainty neat and as womanly as It should be The button boot is preferred to the laced and with little variation the straight comfortable fitting shoe with the gracefu Instep and shapely toe predominates Concerning materials the serviceable practical indestructl ble buck is very much In evidence and where a matching erect necessitates the soft velvety suede leathers a nice line of modish colors are on order In ti the shops The loose woven broad- clothV or gaiter cloth tops for shoes ate at n discount and in their stead we find the cloth top shoe as durables u leather The new shoe cloth is of close woven cravenetted serge so tightly woven Indeed that the weave la scarcely discernible This stanch material cleverly conforms to the foot Is neat dressy and the fact of Its be ing waterproofed adds considerably to Its value Shoes of all buck or buck tops with patent vamps are to be Btyllsh Natural buck for general wear an if I had been defeated as one I ElIiis ill take up my residence on one r Col Bon Johnson the Dcmocr t s district says he will not have tir speeches He is hard at work lU ims his time Voters will pleas ows Call oL Johnson and his record al ogle Democrats and Kepublicai lubasepresent them r The Kentucky State Fair in iil lie and with its splendid facilities j lly livestock is destined to become i n neatestwill be servffeiloiJJttial States J tuck will stand high in favor v more dressy occasions there are shoes With white buck tops aud flue patent vamps in black This black and white affect is liked because it accommodates itself so well to costumes iu color Solid suede shoes will be popu lar Those of London smoke color are perhaps the most attractive and whey t ever these soft suede or buck tops are used the buttons harmoulze either In smoked pearl ou the gray or the IIbrown shaded pearl on the taus aud 0 drowns A very handsome and exclu + Him style is a shoe with a dull calf vamp and London smoke suede top and pearl buttons to match d The dull chrome calf or gun metal finished shoe comes neatly stripped with narrow seam bindings a r Shoos of Russia calf are very stylish for full colors These border on the golden browns The olive tinge is quite out of furor The half wing tips with perforations are a new feature closer shorter and not quite so ornate as those of last year Satin slippers will be worn more than ever before The tongue slipper leads cut according to the pump lines but a trifle higher with slight tongue and single eyelet genes ally covered with broad flat bOw un less as Is often the case u contrasting buckle Is preferred The plainfopera cut is also done In satin and like the tongue slipper will be made to the customers order matching or harmo nizing with her eown Why Suffer If you suffer pain from a any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the important thing Neither do I they create a habit More r often the attacks become disappeardaaltogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to ro lieve pain and quiet nervous r t irritationv We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and Bon aged Iii were always subject to sick headache until wo began using these 1illx rind they have broken them up putlrely Dont Uink they have lad to ute them for sir months I recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I hoard un old lady friend was sick I went to tree her She was down with LaOrlppe and r nearly crazy with awful backache t I gave her one of the AntiPaiinnkePills and left another for a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be without them agnln Last winter my havebothled It it hadnt been for the Pills Za mesa than half an tintheleptwas mimesesting and went to bed t MRS G II w1a88- I W I t t1DbUrC ohIO t drvttfat salk Or Mlles At I1 tiPaul Pills sad we asslnlee kler Pr kv IWmi the t ef tIn dca IC V K fall M tiaelt year JIltII mil Ceii tc- IxM 1 w text Headache Every Month You may think because you have long had It that you must have a headache every month being a women Out If you think so you arc wrong since a headache IIs a sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other women have been able to relieve or cure by the use of that wonderful womans medicine WilECARDUI WOMANS RELIEF- I recommend Cardul to all sick women writes Mrs A C Beaver of Unlcol Tens I suffered with headache bearing down paint feet swelled pains is shoulders and many others At last I took Cardul have rained 29 ponads sad have found It the Hit red Ida I ever used for female troubles At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept aJorOlfnnllR Medicine Co vied no says she Never 11II of these sand bars in the Ohio std ilr c tic candidate for congress int 10 to visit his district or maker whichinning D this Every votere remember i Id fitness to represent all the t ColnCI s work and want him to still u n LouistI 1- I especf s in the very near future the the Central and Southern States j11 Lhe foundations have been laid ee give to this Fair the mostc f any state And it was demon I exhibitors of the Fair fully apS I so broadly planned and pro RU ournul hit the bullseye in dis bryan the other day J ITS Bryan you vote to keep I york now You vote to make J and that you will spend in the 1 nnA Anal Tf The black suede opera has a tin 3 beaded bow Gold slippers leaped lam mediately into favor although tlt gold leather is by far the most slve sort in use at present These an bronze slippers harmonize wonderful with the new color fabrics Gold slippers sell from 7 per pair up Th bronze are much more reasonable Vlcls come in gray bronze and blacl and are elaborately brocaded Thes also may be had In the tongue sllppe style with beaded toes Very fetching are the slippers I short tougue pattern of corn color kid AMY VARXUM I DUTCH STREET CARS The Conductor Carries More Docu ments Than a Congressman Countries may be known by their street cars The rush and jar of our big cities are exemplified In the rapid rude transit of its inhabitants So the character of orderly little Holland may be gathered from observation of her car sorylce Says J U Higlnbothan In Three Weeks in Holland and Bel glumStreet car fare in Holland is 3 cent a trip and for 4 cents you receive a return ticket The conductor carriess more documents than a congressman For every fare he opens an aluminium box about 4 by 6 and hands out a re ceipt or a return ticket as tho case may be- When the passengers pay their tick ets he places the tickets In a leather pouch hung by a strap round his neck It Is Important that you retain the re coJpt given you for at uncertain In Urrals a controllour gets on tht car and examines all receipts puts his 0 K on them ylth a rubber stampI and compares the result with the mnii heat or log carried by the conductor It is quite the correct thing to tip the conductor with a Dutch cent or two Each car has a card Inside stating how many places there are and ou each platform la another saying bow many people may stand thereon When the seats and both plat forum are full the sign Vul Iiil put up and no more are permitted to get aboard Our car probably Lad thirty people in it and on the platforms and was turn ing business away at every crossing Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood Bitters strengthen stomach bowels and liver and purifies the blood Itching tortulng skin eruptions disfigure annoy drive one wilH Doan Ointment brings quick relief aad lasting curft IlKrjJrcenU at any drug store cI Ji I AN ATTRACTIVE CRAFT Many Women Are Taking Up Metal Work as a Trade Metal offers new problems to the woman seeking a craft not the least being her own physical strength and the good will of her neighbors It hakes n strong arm to beat up a copper or silver bowl and strong nerves to stand the din If you arc not the one who Is making It Heavy forming Is far from being a parlor accomplishment yet those who have succeeded In It are HANDSOME SILVER BUCKLES Its jealous adherents and the ready sale they find for their work would seem to Justify them While other metal work Is noisy there are phases of It which are less so than others Jewelry Is comparatively quiet as well is the making of small objects which an be shaped with the saw and files Dr formed on wood ttCopper is the favorite metal with be Dinners It Is a little easier to work aymmn brass is cheaper than silver and ratjuds Itself admirably to small do in Igns such as paper knives candle vedn l lamp shades sconces and desk nndRlmllarettre popular Just now and while gen r rally requiring a knowledge of Jewel refr to make them wholly successful iss ley may bo contrived without It iak For small outlay this sheet metal alisorJ yields very satisfactory results Iof only In the designs It produces but h combination with the other craftsumd ItS a preparation for the advanced mtroce8sos of metal work jewelry or tolcmuueling 1 The fascination found In making tI things that are purely ornamental has been the impelling motive to women to take up Jewelry Those who can o draw and have a nice appreciation of- t1 proportion line and color have thee necessary requirements to succeed in this most delightful craft But the large and expensive outfit much of I which has to be frequently replenish- edI the inaccessibility of materials atoll ov tools plate t beyond the reach of th Jc general home worker Unless one 1 n Is going Into it seriously jewelry is an fj expensive experiment and even then the questiiu of finding a market may n not permit tire exceptiouGood House keeping Wir I A NEW WRINKLE e Ferns as a Preventive In Keeping Food Freshdi theyalert for new wrinkles in keeping food fresh and sweet should tejjt for her self the power of fern leaves as n pre servative eThe consul general at Frankfort Is thatrferns keep meat fruit butter and fish grapenI leaves straw or any other packing medium They are n ueh used to bring produce to the E ngllsh markets and the Mnmi omen us them entirely to puck fresh herring for shipping The high i ercentngo of salt In the ferns appeu s to be responsible for their present atlve qualities and the strong odor of the leaves wards off maggots and prevents early decay This Is n good time for the house keeper who lives In the country where ferns are lenty and where food must be stored ln quantities to try this rem edy for erself Potatoes and apples packed In ferns are saia to keep many months longer than stored In any other way The garden vegetables which are usually covered with straw until needed can have fern leaves put over them In stead Even fresh meat can be wrap ped in them and kept longer without spoiling A Red Dinner A woman who Is always on the lookout for novelties in the way of entertaining her friends gave a red dinner at her country home the other day All the via mis served were red not such a difllculr achievement as it sounds for red is a popular colorIamong eatables A bluo dinner nowIwoujd be n bard thing to get upIThe menu follows SoupBtfeed Sauce Soft Shell Crabs HoneyStuffed Char Tics Ribs of Prime Beef Broiled Lobster New Beets Stewed Young Carrots Red Sweet Potatoes Peach Shortcake Raspberry Toe i Watormelon Demi Tasso a la Rod Currant The place cards were printed In red I and tied with red ribbon The decorations were massed blossoms of the beautiful salvIa or scarlet sage as it is sometimes called and crimson glaII dioli If preferred roses could be t used or mUles of crimaen phlox I would be very rrectlYe j Whs wMttatf floors or tteaalifI iHmil ttl TV I vSi i r- aaa iItn Alwaj pot a fewar ef parII fa the Crater and ills will k eP wV- s 0 lU ii1 lliiWit l erlJr kr 1J 7 iI t 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARD DIRECTORS President Morris Eskridge Ca1itaI 50000 G W Beard M H BEARD D S Richardson CashierI I KincheloeurPAUL COMPTON C V Robertson Assistant Cashier B F Beard n w Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed I bank can afford to pay rm as eadwalw J SHORT STORIES Lake Superior drains 85000 square miles of territory Eightyfive per cent of the people who are lame are affected on the left sideAn island in Lake Superior has been stocked with caribou Caribou island BO named because It formerly was noted as a home for the animals The sale of land reclaimed by the federal reclamation service Is expected to more than repay the 00000000 ex pended to date by the government The last herd of antelopes In the United States has been located near Hooker In Oklahoma This was for merly a part of the Great American desert and called No Mans Land On the largest tobacco farm In the world a 25000 acre affair near Am sterdam Ga is grown about a third of all the Sumatra tobacco used for cigar wrappers in the United States The forestry department has been conducting experiments with the hope of finding tome commercial manner of making use of the white fir which is found on thin Pacific coast in great quantities Very little of it has been cut Will Power The backbone of character Tho individual mastery of self a The souls heroic choice of the diffi cultConscious concentration expressed in actionThe hand of power on the helm of purpose The assertion of our kingship over our owncnhmlUcntII The souls guardian of conduct con science aud character The angel that rolls away all stones from the path of purpose Positive aggressive directing con quering power of the mind William George Jordan in New York Tribune Home Notes Drive a hook or staple in small end of ironing board and hang in closet or inside of door In choosing a chicken it should be plump on the breast fat on the back and have white legs An old chicken- Is distinguished by its rough legs and long hairs are found on tho breast It Is an excellent plan to have a house purse downstairs in a con venient place so that when a little change is needed for something you are not obliged to run upstairs for It Never put a deep border on a low ceiling room It is really better not to have any at all A flowered or trellis effect will do much to give height If two small rooms are together It is bet ter to paper and carpet alike giving the effect of one room After a heavy meal take a couple of Doans Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Aegulets bring easy regular passages of the bowels Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor a Idisappearare out of or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a to be l afflicted If urin too If the urine scalds the flesh or If when reaches an age it should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted bedwetting depend it the cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and first step should be towards treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a as most people suppose Women as well as men are miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized his sold b druggists In fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have sample bottle by mall I neys older child born with weak kid neys the child ates often the child when with upon the the the I habit made 1 arawpRootIngthousands of testimonial letters received rom sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer I It Co BInghamton N Yf be sure and nentibn this paper Dont ulakelaltlr mtstkelbarI rememRertD1 v T laIR lyiPVKOOt Dr Kllaers Bwsnp lKft a te a0ifMi BiBKksttlba f YIIJIIJ K wretT bottle t 0 W u BOWUER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L Lianrrroox VicoVrcsldent CHAB SKILLUAN Asst Cashier ft The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited I iI IIThe Carlsbad of America I French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of I theI I Southern Railway t I I 3 Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm W1JfI Rockport 715am 215 pm Cannelton 115 am 215 III Tell City 7 25 am 02 22 pmITroy 7 35 am 2 32 Arrive French Lick10 20 am 545 pm Arrive West BadenI0 30 am 5 55 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS fll fJmflmCannelton 2 72 2 I Tell City 1 fl 2 60 2 76ITroy If 2 44 2 IIED Stratton P A Evansville Ind 1 x Jr A G P A St Louis Motll s gm THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville y s PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr e i ir lonhI cltym1klnltJ prlnclptli city- Everything CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE iNCOKrORATED TELEGRAPH CO I Long distance lines and telephones Company enable you to almost anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put quick and satisfactory communication withi countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed E IPow u Pith and Point You never see ghosts you only hear t+ fthemBefore doing wrong pad yourself tor the kicking that Is sure to follow Men make more fuss over their honor on tho stage than any other place A reputation of being stingy Injures n man more than his stinginess saves himThero IIs a certain fascination about watching men work that no loafer can withstand in a fight always remember that the other fellow Is probably as cowardly- as you are Atchlson Globe Horses With Mustaches Ive got a rarity a horse with a mustache said a cabby The doctor looked the ungainly animal over It is a rarity he said a mustachtj so highly developed Lots of horses have incipient Chineselike mustaches but your nag has the mustache of a irenadler a regular soup strainer J11 MaThew and the other leading au faritles lay It downtkat a nfwStache Iii the surest alga of a low twitonfel M ivot tri hi f w tr iiiiy 1e- iliWa ra j t cUlm io Mr Mt fefcNrMIA klphla Emlletla J gmJ i The most centrally located and i firstclass hotel In tbe 1200 rate Only one block from the shopping district and two ithe principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all pans Iof the neat and clean 1 y E4 rr 3 Jam of thIs talk In you In the IAS I horse un i I1 fl1BUCKBEES SEEDS SUCCEED I- SPECIALOFFERsiaade to bulla New Batlnru A trial trill make you our permanent customer a Prize Collection lIad17Trletleltcto J2 klndl TatIt the anent TnIp T 1 Uea JlOBprlniflowrl ic Ilalbnirafletteata5UG- CAUANTEED TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTScom pwUf and pickint ui reim thU ToluaMe ItUKInttractlTCmeal all ibout Uu DCIL vuleUet of Seeds Plano ale STREETII Cold Weather Advice to all is to beware of coughs and colds on the chest as neglected they readily lead to pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles Just as soon as the cough appears treat it with Balll1rds Horehound Syrup the standard cure of America Use as directed pertly jiirlPitss i tiilfb ttrfd preventive for all diseases of the Ilungs lcPric ac sbe hill i8o fcr bottle 1V sold lm3lZ Ifishgf r V w itfE ton Il- e e e n IN fASHIONS REALMI rr LadysroroPretty Little Feet STYLES OF THE SEASON r A New Shoe Cloth That Is Waterproof Y e i I Satin Slippers More Worn Than Ever Gold and Bronze Evening Snoes Smart but Expensive Tho new footwear Is dainty neat and as womanly as It should be The button boot is preferred to 1 the laced and with little variation 1 the straight comfortable fitting shoo with tho gracefu Instep and shapely I toe predominates Concerning materials tho serviceable practical Indestructible buck Is very much in evidence and Where a matching effect necessitates the soft velvety suede leathers a nlc line of modish colors are on order In the shops The loose woven broad cloth or gaiter cloth tops for shoos to at a discount and In their stead w we find the cloth top shoe as durable t ms leather The new shoe cloth is of close woven cravenetted serge so tightly woven Indeed that the weave la scarcely discernible This stanch material cleverly conforms to the toot la neat dressy and the fact of Its 1 be- Ing waterproofed adds considerably to its value Shoes of all buck or buck lops with patent vamps are to be- tgllsh Natural buck for general wear an if I had been defeated as ollt 5 1 I would never run again El iis Ill take up my residence on on0 r Col Bon Johnson the Demoer s district says he will not have ti y speeches He is hard at work rl pleaimalowst Republicaopichnson They aTe satisfied with h present them Tho Kentucky State Fair in i lie and with its splendid facilities iHly live stock is destined to becom reatest agricultural exposition h will be servfceduitf tftttl States buck will stand high In favor1il toro dressy occasions there are shoos with white Duck tops and fine patent vamps in I ladl This black and white diet Is liked because it accommo Sates Itself so well to costumes In color Solid suede shoes will be popu Jar Those of Loudon smoke color are perhaps the most attractive und wherever these soft suede or buck tops are used the buttons harmonize either In suiokwl Marl ou the gray or till brown silo ill pearl ou the tans and browns A very handsome aud exclu Blve style isi a shoe with a dull cal f vamp and Iou ou smoke suede tOll and pearl buttons to match The dull chrome calf or gun mettt finished shoe comes neatly Stripped with narrow semn bindings V Shoes of Russiu calf are very stylish for fun colors These border on the golden browns The olive tinge 1Is qulto out of favor The half wing tips with perforation s are a now feature closer shorter at d not quite so ornate as those of last year Satin slippers will be worn more than ever before The tongue slipper leads cut according to the pump lines but n trifle higher with Blight tongue and single eyelet goner ally covered with broud flat bdw unless as Is often the case u contrasting buckle Is preferred The plalufopei cut Is also done In satin und JIke the tongue slipper will be mad to th customers order matching or harnn nlzlnir with her sown WhySuffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after z imporz tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles t AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nerv n irritationrWe are never without Dr Miles i AntiPain Fill My husband and son aped 16 were always nuliject to 1 Etch lirndoch until wo begun using these 1illH and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they l hae had to use them for six months I recommend them to every one A t few weeks ago 1 heard un old lady friend was sick I went to see her She was down with LaOrlppe and nearly crazy with awful backache takeilsanda short time They helped her right ineverwithout my be husband was taken with pluerlsy on both sides and I know be would have Fled It It hadnt bora for the Pills In kai than half an hour he was- awreUng and went to bed and slept 1mB G H WEB f UDbUrC Ob- Ywr L dragsist seMi Dr Miles AMI lrnh tt felts M IMo 1I1vllltil 1iI Headache Every Month You may think because you have long had it that you must have a headache every month being a women But If you think so you arc wrong since a headache IIs a sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other women have been able to relieve or cure by the use of that wonderful womans medicine WffiECARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I recommend Cardal to all tick women writes Mrs AC Beaver of Ualcol Teaa I suffered with headache bearlngdowa pales feet swelled pates is shoulders and many others At last I took Cards kayo pined 29 posed and Lave fossd It the best med icine I ever used for female treaties At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing sym p toms to Ladies Advisory Dept lrotnnsm Medicine Co t CectedI of these sand bars in the OhioI staY atic candidate for congress i- me to visit his district or make nning the state campaign whit se remember this Every rfor thnis are going to support Col cess 1isi work and want him to sti 1 Louistfor all classes of exhbtsthsto os in tho very near future t- the he Central and Southern Stat W- The foundations have been la j er give to this Fair the mostco any state And it was demon R exhibitors of the Fair fully a l Iso broadly planned and pro EU ov ournal hit the bullseye in d lSC Bryan the other day rs Bryan you vote to keep work now You vote to ma J7 and that you will spend in the T IT innlhe7 a beaded bow Gold slippers leaps mediately into favor although tits gold leather is by far the most ex give sort In use at present These antI l bronze slippers harmonize wondo allep l pers sell from 7 per pair up rho bronze are much more reasonabl- Vicisl come In gray bronze and I and are elaborately brocaded also may be had in the tongue sl I l style with beaded toes Very fetching are the slippers short tongue pattern of corn colo l AMY YARN I DUTCH STREET CARS The Conductor Carries More Docu CongressmaneCountries may be known by their street cars The rush and jar ofour big cities are exemplified In the rapid rude transit of Us inhabitants So the character of orderly little Hollandl may be gathered from observation ofr her car service Says J U Hlgnbo thaw In Three Weeks In Holland and Del glumStreet car fare In Holland is 3 cents a trip and for 4 cents you receive a return ticket The conductor carrle more documents than a congres sman For every fare he opens an aiumlnluii box about 4 by 0 and hands out acase ceipt or a return ticket as the may be- When the passengers pay their tick ets he places the tickets in a leather pouch hung by a strap round his neck It Is Important that you retain the rev calpt given you for at uncertain In torrals a controlleur gets on the car and examines all receipts puts his 0 IC on them tttlth a rubber sand tnnnir compares the result with the man ifest or log carried by the conductor It IIs quite the correct thing to tip the conductor with a Dutch cent or two mach car has n card Inside statin how many places there are an each platform Is another saying how many people my stand thereonI When the Meats and both platforma full the sign Vol Iis put up and no more are permitted to getabourtl Our car probably had thirty peo It and on tho platforms and was turn- Ing business away at every cross Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty gestiou lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood Bitters strengthen stomach bowels and livery and purifies the blood Itching tortulng skin figure suti6ji cHive oneSrllB Ointment brings quick relief arldlasting corti Flftyfeetvtf at any drug store Y11iw s4 U C AN ATTRACTIVE CRAFT I Many Women Are Taking Up Metal Work as a Trade Metal offers new problems to the woman seeking n craft not the least being her own physical strength and tho good will of her neighbors It fakes a strong arm tq beat up a copper or silver bowl and strong nerves to stand the din If you arc not the one who is making It Heavy forming Is far from being a parlor accomplishment yet those who have succeeded in it are HANDSOME SILVER BUCKLES Its jealous adherents and tho ready solo they find for their work would seem to justify them While other metal work is noisy there are phases of It which are less so than others Jewelry Is comparatively quiet as well 48 the making of small objects which an be shaped with the saw and tiles or formed ou wood Copper is the favorite metal with be lnners It is n little easier to workday tuna brass is cheaper than silver and ocrateuds Itself admirably to small d candlenrived lamp shades sconces and desk Ittings Copper buckles clasps and 1R3lmllar articles ot personal adornment Eenre popular just now and while gen Trails requiring n knowledge of jewel- e terefy to make them wholly successful hey may be contrived without It tlmakFol small outlay this sheet metal nallgork yields very satisfactory results hutMhLounti as n preparation for the advanced rocesses of metal work jewelry or enamollng x 7The fascination found in mAking- S things that are purely ornninentel has tdbeau the Impelling motive to women to take up jewelry Those who cnn draw and have a nice appreciation of proportion line and color have the iiipmost delightful ofDlwhich has to 1 he frequently replenish ed the Inaccessibility of materials rind tools place t Ibeyond the reach of the general home worker Unless one Iis going into it seriously jewelry is ai icxpeiMive experiment and even then marketoot keeping lcr WRINKLE11m Ferns as a PreventfyeMn Keeping Food ponFr sl rfullyThe housekeeper wio Is scar on the alert for new wrinkles In Ikeeping food fresh and sweet should tegt for her preblackl Thesethe consul general at Frankfort is- I thatpPferns keep meat fruit butter and fish InIn a good condition longer than grape packingrUDImedium They are njuch used to bring prod uce to the Inglish markets and tin Manxmen us them entirely to pack fresh herring for shipping The high ercentnge of salt In the ferny nppea s to be responsible for their preservative qualities and the strong odor of the lenses words on maggots and prevents early decay This Is n good time for the house keeper wh lives in the country where ferns are plenty and where food must be stored in quantities to try this rem edy for Jtersclf Potatoes and apples packed In ferns are said to keep many months longer than fstared l n any other way The garden vegetables which are usually coveted with straw until needed can have tern leaves put over them In stead Even fresh meat can be wrap ped in them and kept longer without spoiling A Red Dinner A woman who Is always on the lookout for novelties In the way of entertaining her friends gave a red dinner nt her country home the other day All the viands served were red not such a difficult achievement as It sounds for red is n popular color among eatables A blue dinner now yonld be n bard thing to getup Hhoiflonu follows SoupIou Sauce Soft Shell Crabs HarleyStuffed CharareLolwtarNewPotatoesp1o Ito Watermelon lpgDeml Tasso a la Red Currant Tho place cards wero printed In red and tied with red ribbon The deco dirations weo massed blossoms of the beautiful salvia or scarlet sage as It IB sometimes called and crimson gla dloll It preferred roses could be used or nMMcs ot cflmwn phlox would be very effective ertlaelrr7r4lDownsdb M tM 2wtatr aa4j s It VoiJriWM4 S J A It t The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I B F BEARD DIRECTORSNp President Morris Eskridge BEARDCapitalI 50000 G W Beard M H BEARDCashier D S Richardson 1 r urusDrA M KinchelanQU PAUL COMPTON c C V Robertson Assistant CashierBF Beard lh tlp r I asP t the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managedrj bank can afford to paycC16al CAT thl SHORT STORIES Lake Superior drains 85000 square miles of territory Eightyfive per cent of the pcopl who are lame are affected on the left sideAn island in Lake Superior has been stocked with caribou Caribou island so named because it formerly was noted as a home for the animals The sale of land reclaimed by the federal reclamation service Is expected to more than repay tho 00000000 ex pended to date by the government The last herd of antelopes in the United States has been located near Hooker in Oklahoma This was for merly a part of the Great American desert and called No Mans Land On the largest tobacco farm in the world a 25000 acre affair near Amsterdam Ga is grown about a third of nil the Sumatra tobacco used for cigar wrappers in the United States The forestry department has been conducting experiments with the hope of finding tome commercial manner ot making USot the white fir which 1Is found on the Pacific coast in great quantities Very little of it has been cut Will Power The backbone of character The Individual mastery of self a The souls heroic choice of the difficult Conscious concentration expressed In actionThe hand of power on the helm of purposeThe letlon of our kingship over our environment The tlvine gtt that makes man his own second creator The souls guardian of conduct conscience and character The angel that rolls away nil stones from the path of purpose Positive aggressive directing con quering power of tho mind Wllllan George Jordan In Now York Tribune Home Notes Drive a hook or staple In small end of Ironing board and hang in closet or Inside of door In choosing a chicken It should br plump on the breast fat on tho bad and have white legs An old chicken Is distinguished by its rough legs and long hairs are found on tho breast It Is an excellent plan to havo ia house purse downstairs In a con venient place so that when a little change is needed for something you are not obliged to run upstairs for It Never put a deep border on a low celling room It is really better not to have any at all A flowered oc trell effect will do much to give height It two small rooms are together it Is bet ter to paper and carpet alike giving the effect of one room t After a heavy mell take a couple 01 Doans Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they wilt need eguleis bring easy regular passages of the bowels Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by In fifty one dollar have bottle and soon when the kid are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so that It is not uncommon for child to be born afflicted with weak kid If the child urin ates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleAsanttroubleI kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThef SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold druggists cent and sizes You may a sample by malll cheerfulness disappear neys prevalent a neys with tree also pamphlet tell home of Sr moot- Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters receive from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kllmer Se Co Binghamton N Yf be sure and nentfon this piper UiIa N 1nIjy piieoeea1 swain l a tNii ilihswloeY- N 91 erY onT 1 I II U 1L c tif1 ii 4 wiad W H BOWKKH President A B BKILLMAN Cashier sal B L LIOHTTOOT VlcoVresldent Cms BKILLMAN ASSt Cashier doca The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE yI BANK9 vctb tbOrganizedInsured in every way and protected by the very to latest equipmentto+ ot Interest paid on time deposits itt 01Businesstt pG Ie p The Carlsbad of America 11 I French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind t Now reached by direct line of thert t 1 SouthernM1 I I i Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm ttM- wv i I Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm 11 Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 I 4 Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pmIII Troy 7 3S am 2 32 IArrive French Lick10 20 am 5 45 pm tfffl W1JArnvoWest Daden10 30 nm 5 55 pm Dally Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS I Evansville French Llokt3 16 To Wast Baden3 20 Roclcport 2 S2II 2 56 Cannelton 2 72 2 76 II Tell CityII 2 60II 2 64 ITroyI 2 44It 2 48 I E D Stratton P A Evansville Indlttm3J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo gjJ y THE I The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in the city imaktng a Fifth Avenue 1200 rate Only one block from the shopping district and two principiIiithe principal theatres HOTELLouisville Street cars pass the door to all pare of the city s Everythlnic neat and clean iiLouisville Mgr 9 r3 dti tea i7P i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE iNCOKfORATED TELEGRAPH CO ILong distance lines and telephones of thIs Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed lIAS E fPrelldenLfj I I Pith and Point You never see ghosts you only bear at them i Before doing wrong pad yourself for the kicking that is sure to follow Men snake more fuss over their honor on the stage than any other place A reputation of being stingy Injures a man more than his stinginess saves him There Is n certain fascination about watching men work that no loafer can withstand in a fight always remember that the othor follow Is probably as cowardly as you are Atchlson Globe Ij Horses With Mustaches Ive got a rarity a horse with a mustache said a cabby The horse doctor looked the ungain ly animal over It Is a rarity he snldlIa mustache so highly developed Lots of horses have incipient Chineselike mustaches adt gremidjer a regular soup strainer phMayhew and the other leading au auabtcheIficttlatr Trt tYj tl i M H- IjlJtk 0k Ilullella r fI o S i SfEDS s Buc sacs SEEDS SUCCEED I- SPECIALOFFERMade to build New IlatlnfM A trial Will make you our permanent customer A Prize Collection U4h111nrtdleal MllklndltTciuun IAt U the finest t Tmlp 7 s i Uea 10 aprrarlar IIlealanenetaanOU- AUANTEED l TO ILEASE Write today f Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTSeomrpptpnd puclitog and acI thU valuableI Ito ot B tleauUfaiaineedtofethir with ay UK Instructive and l Unt nook Mill UboII ttw Beet vuleUti ot Seedr IUnU etc i i WEEri Cold Weather Advice to all is to beware of coughs and colds r on the chest as neglected they readily lead to pneumonia consumption or 1 other pulmonary troubles Just nsspon iBnllnrdscure of America Use as directed pert ctry i iless ctf dII ire V venture trl atlldiseasbs of the lungs tii Price c hba anti 1oIptr bdttle sold1Jfl R ish6f I t r TTTTIT wtf lTURBULENT GHOST Noisy Nocturnal Rounds of an Invisible Visitor QUEER DEATH Or OLD JABEZ the Uncanny Incident That Disturbed the Quiet of an Cld Virginia Home A Nightly Tramp That Never Ceased Until the Mouse Win Demolished I um not exactly prepared to say that I believe In ghosts said the old gentleman from Virginia but nt the same time in view of certain things that have been told me by persons whose reputations for veracity do not admit of a doubt I cannot allow my self to ridicule the ideas of others who do believe in an occasional return to earth of the dead There is one case In particular that I know of personally and that can be vouched for by a number of citizens in the upper counties of my state and that Is the case of old Uncle Jabez Martin who knew a number of well to do farmers In Fauquler as well as in Spottsylvanla Rappahannock and other counties In the northern part of the state Uncle Jabe as most every- oner who knew the old fellow called feim bad considerable of the nomad in his disposition and led a wandcriugr pastoral life He was always willing to work when any one needed his servo ices and did a good deal of rough car pentering in return for a meal o wittles and a shakedown as be ex pressed it and as ho was pretty well known in the land of his pilgrimages it was a rare occurrence when be was not given a welcome If old Uncle Jabe thought more of one fanny in the state than ho did of another it was the Greens Virginia as all know is full of Greens An es timable crowd they are and nearly all of them consider themselves as relat ed In some degree of consanguinity to the others of that name The Greens of Virginia Is the finest tribe of that name in seven states was the con stant boast of Uncle Jabe and above and beyond any other Green anywhere he placed Marse Dickie Green of Fau quler and that Is where my ghost story if you will please to consider it as such begins One wild night in the month of Oc tober not very long before the war the old wanderer made his appearance at Squire Greens Mr Green was called squire by virtue of being a justice of the peace Jabe wanted his usual meal o wlttles and shakedown and It was at his service as usual and after a good supper he sat on the back steps of the house smoked his old pipe for awhile and then went to bed Squire Green was engaged In some work that kept him up until midnight fand as the cloth struck 12 he beard a heavy sound on the stairway It seem ed as If some one was coming down the steps with heavy irons on the legs The sound was carried to the door which was opened noisily and then closed with a terrific crash i WOMANS i BACKACHE The back is the mainspring of womans organism It quickly calls V attention to trouble by aching It tells with other symptoms such as it +nervousness headache pains in the r loins weight in tho lower part of the body that a womans feminine organism needs immediate attention In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause and restores the feminine organism to a healthy normal condition i- sLYDIAEPINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND I Mrs Will Young of 6 Columbia Ave Kockland Me says II I was troubled for a long time with mysideI doctored until I was discouraged and thought I would never get well I read what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound had done for others and decided to try it after taking three bottles I can truly say that I never felt so well in my life EarlPaI had very severe backaches and pressingdown pains Icould not sleep and had no appetite Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound cured me and made me feel like a new woman 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 andhas positively cured thousands o women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear indiElestiOndizzinessor imnsing it strange mat om danez Martin would be guilty of making such unnecessary noise the squire rushed to the door and openod It The moon was shining In all Its beauty and everything was perfectly calm and nobody in sight Back again went the surprised squire and up into the attic chamber where Martin always slept when he made his calls He found everything calm and quiet there If was the quiet of death for old Uncle Jabe was lying supine on his back with his glassy eyes staring right uj to the ceiling where the squire left him until the morning When be related the circumstances In the morning It seemed that every other one of the house had been dls turbed by the uncanny noises The strange part of It Is that next night the same sounds were beard again even to the slamming of the door and an Investigation 1proved that there was no person to make them There were no cowards In Squire Greens family but the noises disturbed them and when they were heard as they were frequently at midnight they became soused to them they would simply re mark that Uncle Jabe was tramping again and go to sleep again Friends and neighbors who knew ot the ghostly exercises were averse to staying all night In the house and the darkles couldnt be bribed to come near the place after nightfall The sounds never ceased until after the bouse was torn down and even Its demolition which it was hoped might reveal the source of Its strange and grewsome sound failed to present any explana tion There are folks living today In Fauquier county said the relater or the ghost story who can and I have no doubt readily will testify to the truth of what I have made mention of Washington Post Those Men I went into the office looking like n fright said the woman I didnt have a chance to straighten my hat or pat my hair or anything I bad Intend ed to primp going up in the elevator but there was a man standing before each mirror twirling his mustache and 1 couldnt even get a peep at myself New York Times A Sound Reason Robert erred five was irritated by the crying of Clara aged two Sister he said with great serious ness why dont you stop crying You must be sick You doubt look well and you dont sound well Circumstances are beyond the con trol of man hut his conduct is in b1 own power Beaumont Bridge Built In Forty Minutes An unusual feat in pontoon brIdge building has been accomplished by a company hundred strong drawn from four cavalry regiments of the Berlin garrison Arrived at a point where the Spree is very wide the guardsmen as listed by a dozen pioneers constructed In forty minutes a bridge of steel boats and plates lOS feet long and ten feet broad A squadron of cuirassier guards was the first to try it riding twice across Thet a loaded baggage wagon weighing fifty hundredweight drawn by six horses traversed the bridge re peatedlyA United South Africa Englands dream of a united South Africa is coming true The premiers or Tape Colony the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony recently moved In their respective legislative assem biles the adoption of the resolution ot the intercolonial customs and railway conference calling for an early union under the British crown Natal Is no whit behindhand and the resolution of the conference specially referred to the Inclusion of Rhodesia in the great South African state at a convenient opportunity A Shaking Up may all be very well sofar as the trust are concerned but not when it come to chills and fever and malaria Quit the quinine and take a real cure Bal lards Herbine Contains no harmful drugs and is as certain aS taxes If iit doesnt cure you get your money back Sold by A R Fisher One Way to Look at It Cornish humor Is often unconscious a writer in the English Illustrated Magazine says and proceeds to fur nish a concrete example Gwain to lava your boy the fiddle are cc asked one Cornishman of anotherIss was the reply He waint never play the fiddle tallOw shouldnt nw Cos his heads too big Go on with ce The bigger tho head the more tunes hell hold Slightly Colder With Snow When you see that kind of a weathe forecast you know that rheumatism weather is at hand Get ready for i ts now by getting a bottle of Ballard Snow Liniment Finest thing made e for rheumatism chilblains frost bites sore and stiff joints and muscles al1 aches and pains 25c 50c and 100 bottle Sold by A R Fisher No Advance Copies Given Out Gwendolen What did Archie say when he proposed to you Esmcral daHe wont say it until next Thurs day night and It wont be released be fore 1230 a m Chicago Tribune The wrestlers and athletes of India I develop great strength by living on milk a little goats flesh and plenty ofI toad made from flour I r CANT BE SEPARATED0 Some Cloverport People nave Learned flow To Get Rid of Both Backache and kidney ache are twin brothers You cant separate them And you cant get rid of the back ache until you cure the kidney ache If the kidneys are well andstrong the rest of the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health Doans Kidney Pills make strong healthy kidneys Elvin C West living on Main Cross St Elizabethtown Ky says Since 1 gave a statement recom mending Doans Kidney Pills on April 1905 I have never failed to advise their use at every opportunity as they cured me of kidney complaint when othe remedies failed I was troubled at times with backache which was so severe that I could hardly attened to my work and stooping lifting or any over exerition would cause sharp twinges of pain My kidneys finally became disordered and the secretions were irregular and unnatural in ap pearance Doans Kidney Pills were recommended to me and I procured a box They quickly cured me of th i trouble and I am happy that during th last few years there has not been the slightest recurrence of the trouble I For sale by all dealers Price 5 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doana and take no other Kept It to Die In In every big city said a Phlladcl phlt real estate man there are men who rent lodgings by the month andl pay for them with the utmost regula 1- ty and yet who scarcely ever occupy tholr rooms I know of a man who kept his room in the same house fo seventeen years and yet who probably never slept In it as much as a week1 all told in all that time The reason was that he was a single man of l good Income and with profligate habe its To tell the truth I doubt if hover went to bed sober during the las twentyyears of his life He frequented a certain rather doubtful hotel where after he hn L consumed nightly enough wine to in capacitate him from standing erect a waiter would take him upstairs to bed Why did he keep his apartment at the lodging house Simply that he mightt have a decent place to die in Ho toldI me so himself And so when his lastt attack of delirium tremens did conIe on before he got too low to be moved1I he was taken to the seldom occupied1I chamber and there he breathed his last thus carrying out his desire fa- a respectable environment at the fatiI of the curtain Baltimore American Do the right thing if you have nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Bnlm releases the secre tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas medicines made with mercur merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York A Ready Answer Margaret was noted among the mem bers of her Sunday school class for her ready answers to all questions On be ing asked which king was most dis tinguished for husbandry shq answer ed Solomon he had the most wiles Then seeing she hall made a mistake the little one spoke promptly I guess Im wrong teacher but I thought you said wlfery Lipplncotfs I Handicapped What profession do you think our boy Joe had better adopt asked Mrs BrownI answered her husband Joe Is rather handicapped by circum stances The only profession hes naturally adapted to Is that of a capital 1st andII dont quite see where hest goln to get the money A Tiptt Look as if you was tCQllnpretty good today James said the firstt waiterYes tiptop replied the other Some streak o luck maybe Yes tiptop tlpKansas City In dependent FormrLittle WillieSay pa what does t signify when one woman kisses An other PaAbout as much as when lone matt in business calls another oldI chap my son Stray Stories It requires little exertion upon our ouraselvesMenander I PAID FOR THE BATHS Exciting Hotel Incident In liar Harbors Early Days In the prehistoric days at Bar Har bor said a Boston man before the dress suit bad cast its blighting shad ow there and when liodicks and the fish pond were the center of all the gayety life was pleasant even though many of the conveniences which we now demand were wholly lacking Ro dicks was a barn of a place with no elevator and Innocent of electric belie One man in Imminent need of leo vra tbr once obtained it however by going into the hall and yelling Murder a the top of his lungs He gathered to gather most of the hotel guests and finally got the ice water of his souls desire but his SUM did not seen to establish a precedent The tire department was so to speak In embryo In the Rodlck nt the bend of each stairway there used to stand a large hogshead of water for use In an emergency and thereby hangs the tale I am about to tell you Late of an evening there entered the deserted fish pond a young man whose fixed and glassy eye and wan derlng smile betrayed what his even ings occupation had been In order to settle any lingering doubt as to his condition however he proceeded to emit a series of blood curdling shrieks which called forth a hasty and emphatic protest from the night clerk who on advancing upon the Incbrlat ed one was promptly laid low by a anetheesuccor of the night clerk whereat his assailant retreated upstairs closely followed by his pursuers 0Reaching the landing he espied t r hogshead of water which he prompt y heaved flown the stairway upon his opponents who drenched by the w- altcI and carried off their feet by the butt Itself in a wild state of rage renewed the attack only to be treated to the same dose on the second flight of stairs and yet again on the third at which point his ammunition being exhausted they captured and got even with the belligerent one In the morning great was the anger and lotid the lamentations of Herr andrthe damaged condition of his night force hilt he who had accomplished the outrage was rich In this worlds goods toaseparate for divers ruined carpets sun dry abrasions and for giving five men thetregular rate at that time In Bar Liar bor 1 LLace Made From Hair The most curious lace Is called point trosse It Is very rare and was made of human hair French collectors say that It exists In the present day only In tholr cnliliiets It was confined tot the early port of the sixteenth century Margaret countess of Lennox the Imother of the wretched Darnley sent 1from the tower where she was hn prisoned when her son Lord Charles rLCI x married the daughter of Hess of Ilurdwickc a bit of this kind o f lace to Mary queen of Scots This 1Is a very strong proof of her belief In the queens innocence of the guilt that had boon Imputed to her The little square of point tresne was worked by the old con n toss own hands from her own gray hair It was In fact hair mixed with tine flax London Express Knew He Was Dead Some time afterI the occupation ot Manila by the Amorlrmi forces one or the array olllcers was shown through the old Spanish prison in that city lie noticed a small opening through ia brick wall Upon asking its use he was told that prisoners were placed In a toll behind It and walled up alive You sec senor said the guide tiS long as the prisoner lived his food wns handed in on a plate and he handed the empty plate back tout when he handed the plate back with the food on It untouched thou the jailer knew he was doad and didnt give him any more Not Listening She was a very little girl but not so small that she did not recognize swoar ing as something very wrong or that It other people used bad language It was her place to close her ears to It Sho was on the street with her mother and as they passed a group of men talking In loud tones the passersby hoard the small girl exclaim in shocked tones Oh isnt that awful And then as If suddenly remembering But Im not listening New York Times Will Lay Three Grades of Gravel Roads In order to get the greatest possible benefits at the least possible expense gravel roads in Grand Rapids Mich will hereafter be divided into three classesthose designed to carry the heaviest traffic for which gravel roads are considered as suitable those of medium traffic and the little used roads of the outlying districts For these streets three grades of gravel will bet used varying In the percentage of steno which they carry and the care with which the material Is screened Everybodys friendDr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain i assauIf 1 st1Where yon want It When you want It No smokeno smellno trouble Often you want heat in a hurry in some room in the house the furnace I does not reach Its so easy to pickup and carry a I PERFECTION Oil Heater III Equipped with Smokeless Device to the room you want to heatsuitable for any room in the house It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing smoke or smellturn the wick as high as you can or L as low as you likebrass font holds 4 quarts of oilr that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours Fin r A I fished in japan nndnickelan ornament I flilanywhere Every heater warranted The amp It the loop lot the student or ruder It gives a brilliant steady light that makes studa pleasure Made ol brass nickel plated and equipped with the bleat improved central draft burner Every lamp warranted if you cannot obtain the Perfection Oil Heater or Rays Lamp kern your dealer write to our nearest agency for descriptive circular STANDARD Oil COMPANY leerporte- dnuntnmtmunlnttntnututtttntttuittnunutnunnnin t 1 EJII Two States Bank I I IStephensport Ky at the Close of Business uno 30 1908 1 Resources n Liabilities ILoans and Discounts 73596 63 tmi 00Cash77718Cash fittmii Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12lon 71351 45 m PtSixITotal 90323 72 TotaL90323 721 We have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that tJMing for our depositors every safeguard known to their protection and security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and I proof safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by either fireIor robbery We pay 4 per cent iuterent on time deposits M more than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays tfm lllIopportunity our customers patronage helped to make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business flm Respectfully IJNOS ADAIR Cashier Ia1J 1JlS1J S Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees i If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us nt once for owners name and address If none of those places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fnir in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business elf you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sells of farms or business proprieties to mike quick sales Jno D Babbaa Two frooai cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Items for I per month 1 7501M acres on UardlnsburR and KP f Of sinking road Z miles from sample Improvements dwehlDJt und a Rood blsr burn MO 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 ooth bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments R7 Ocin 32 acres on HardlnsburR and r Nails Of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwdllings three big barnes hog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22ti acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of Rood water tho year round Onethird cash and Rood easy terms on balance 60076 acres situated VM miles from I joins Oabe Pierce RldRo land I In Rood shape Rood fencing one Rood dwel HUR hOuso 3 rooms l Rood cistern 1 barn 30x46 tout 1 novorfulllnR sprlUR two ponds This Is Rood tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In timber whlto oak sugar tree lId beech balance geared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road tn Stephensport miles and Rood I road to IIol 1M miles This farm Is not worn out It Is Rood land and In Rood tlx Just the tarns for a man with a small family tJ 80U 16i Acres 6 miles from Cloverport and 4 miles from lIardlnsburlt on Cloverport and IlardlnsburR turnpike Im provement ttrooru dwelling burn 86x38 feet orchardEgo aoresIntrassbIL1RUlCGoodlimestoneI wheat Well Ilocated for market One third cash balance on easy terms- FOR SALEA farm containing 50 acres anti under fence A nice cottage of five 161 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with barnstODetrees also pears quInces and aprIcots most all kinds of small fruitsi including a nice clearedbalancej wirethe black farmin fines for posts to onlongFOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist 1 physIcian In a good town surrounded by good prosperous turmers This Is just VS the place for some young physician to atop Into a good practice and u Rood drug buslnesy An old established physIcIan wants to retire is the reason for soiling Kor further partic ulars address JNO a RARDAGE Clover port Ky 7 CLz P yivSt ilTDE fJIGJ 7GRADE lJCOMMERCAL OLIO SOUTH I tqlt OF THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES NCLUDIN6 TELEGIiIPfIYARETAUGHT fIUnFUL pTA10GUES XiV LESSONS IHBOOKKEEPMG BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS NDJOURHALS FREE WRITE low ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREEN KY I I 1 TURBULENT GHOST Noisy Nocturnal Rounds of an Invisible Visitor QUEER DEATH OF OLD JABEZI the Uncanny Incident That Disturbed the Quiet of an Clef Virginia Home i A Nightly Tramp That Never Ceased Until the House Was Demolished 1 um not exactly prepared to say that I believe In ghosts said the old gentleman from Virginia but nt the same time In view of certain things that have been told me by persons whose reputations for veracity do not admit of a doubt I cannot allow my self to ridicule the Ideas of others who do believe In an occasional return to earth of the dead There Is one case in particular that- I know of personally and that can be vouched for by a number of citizens In the upper counties of my state and that Is the case of old Uncle Jabc Martin who knew a number of well to do farmers in Fauquler as well as in Spottsylvanla Rappahannock and other counties In the northern part of the state Uncle Jabe as most every ene who knew the old fellow called ktm had considerable of the nomad In ms disposition and led a wanderingr pastoral life He was always willing I to work when any one needed his serv Ices and did a good deal of rough carpentering in return for a meal o ivlttles and a shakedown as he ex pressed It and as bo was pretty well known in the land of his pilgrimage- It was a rare occurrence when he walt j not given a welcome If old Uncle Jabe thought more 01f one family in the state than ho did 01f another it was the Greens Virginia as all know Is full of Greens An es timable crowd they are and nearly alll I of them consider themselves as related in some degree of consanguinity to the others of that name The Greenss of Virginia is the finest tribe of that name in seven states was the con stant boast of Uncle Jabe and above and beyond any other Green anywhere be placed Marse Dickie Green of Fnu quler and that Is where my ghost story If you will please to consider IIt as such begins One wild night in the month of Oc tober not very long before the war the old wanderer made his appearance al Squire Greens Mr Green was called squire by virtue of being a Justice ol the peace Jabe wanted his usual meal o wlttles and shakedown and It was at his service as usual and after a good supper he sat on the back steps of the house smoked his old pipe for awhile and then went to bed Squire Green was engaged In some midnight1fheavy sound on the stairway It seem ed as It some one was coming down the steps with heavy irons on the legs The sound was carried to the door which was opened noisily and then closed with a terrific cr- ashWOMANS BACKACHEThe oj womans organism It quickly call attention to trouble by aching Ifts lIbtells with other symptoms such a T nervousness headache pains in the loins weight in the lower part oj the Jody that a womans feminine organism needs immediate attention In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause and restores the feminine organs to a healthy normal condition is LYDIA Ea PINKHAMSV- EGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs Will Young of 0 Columbi Ave Rockland Me says 41 I was troubled for along time wit- dreadful backaches and a pain in my wayIthought I would never get well I road yegetlblCompound d decided to try It after taking three bottles I can truly say that I never fell E so well in my Ufen Mrs Augustus Lyon of East Ear- P iy writes to Mrs Pinkham If I had very severe backaches and pressingdown pains Icouldnot sleep and had uo appetite Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound cured mi c and made mo feel like a new woman FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound mad from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills andhaspositivelycured thousands o women who have been troubled witl ulcecra periodio pains backache that bear 15 Indiesn n imusing it orange mat ota Jabe Martin would be guilty of making such unnecessary noise the squire rushed to the door and opened It The moon was shining In all its beauty and everything was perfectly calm and nobody in sight Back again went the surprised squire and up Into the attic chamber where Martin always slept wIu n he made his calls He found everything calm and quiet there It was the quiet of death for old Uncle Jabe was lying supine on his back with his glnssy eyes staring right up to the ceiling where the squire left him until the morning When he related the circumstances In the morning It seemed that every other one of the house had been dls turbed by the uncanny noises The strange part of It Is that next night the same sounds were heard again even to the slamming of the door and an investigation proved that there was no person to make them There were no cowards In Squire Greens family but the noises disturbed them and when they were heard as they were frequently at midnight they became soused to them they would simply re mark that Undo Jabe was tramping again and go to sleep again Friends and neighbors who knew ot the ghostly exercises were averse to staying all night In the house and the darkies couldnt be bribed to come near the place after nightfall The sounds never ceased until after the house was torn down and even its demolition which it was hoped might reveal the source of its strange and grewsome sound failed to present any explana tlon There are folks living today In Fauquler county said the relater or the ghost story who can and I have no doubt readily will testify to the truth of what I have made mention PostsThose Men I went Into the office looking like a fright said the woman I didnt have a chance to straighten my hat or pat my hair or anything I bad intend cd to primp going up In the elevator but there was a man standing before each mirror twirling his mustache and I couldnt oven got a peep at myself New York Times A Sound Reason Robert ijnd five was Irritated by the crying of Clara aged two Sister he said with great serIous ness why dont you Stop crying You must be sick You dont look well and you dont sound well Circumstances are beyond the con bRfown power Beaumont Bridge Built In Forty Minutes An unusual feat in pontoon bridge building has been accomplished by a company hundred strong drawn from four cavalry regiments of the Berlin garrison Arrived at a point where the Spree is very wide the guardsmen as slsted by a dozen pioneers constructed in forty minutes a bridge of steel boats and plates 108 feet long and ten feelt broad A squadron of cuirassier guard was the first to try it riding twice across Then a loaded baggage wagon weighing fifty hundredweight draw by six horses traversed the bridge repeatedly A United South Africa Englands dream of a united South t Africa Is coming true The premiers 01t Cape Colony the Transvaal and th Orange River Colony recently moved In their respective legislative assem biles the adoption of the resolution 01f the intercolonial customs and rallwny conference calling for nn early unloi under the British crown Natal is mo whit behindhand and the resolutio- of the conference specially referred t the Inclusion of Rhodetia in the great South African state at a convenient opportunity A Shaking Up may all be very well sofar as the trust are concerned but not when it come to chills and fever and malaria Qui the quinine and take a real cureBal lards Herbine Contains no harmft f drugs and is as certain aS taxes If ii- II doesnt cure you get your money back i Sold by A R Fisher I I One Way to Look at It f Cornish humor Is often unconscious I a writer in the English Illustrated Magazine says and proceeds to fur wish a concrete example Gwain to larn your boy the fiddle l are ee naked one Cornishman ol I another Iss was the reply He waint roster play the fiddle I tallOw shouldnt awT Cos his heads too big thehhead the more tunes hell hold L L Slightly Colder With Snow llWhen you see that kind of a weathe forecast you know that rheunmtisi weather is at hand Get readyfor i now by getting a bottle of Ballard Snow Liniment Finest thing mad for rheumatism chilblains frost bite L sore and stiff joints and muscles al aches and pains 25c 50c and 100 I bottle Sold by A R Fisher No Advance Copies Given Out saycdaHo wont say it until next Thurs- dayf night and it wont be released be fore 1230 mChicago Tribune L The wrestlers and athletes of Indl develop great strength by living OIi I milk a little goats flesh and plenty 01 food made from flour r i W CANT BE SEPARATED e Some Cloverport People Have Learned now To Get Rid of Both Backache and kidney ache are twin brothers You cant separate them And you cant get rid of the back ache until you cure the kidney ache If the kidneys are well andstrong the rest of the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health Doans Kidney Pills make strong healthy kidneys Elvin C West living on i Main R Cross St Elizabethtown Ky says Since 1 gave a statement recom mending Doans Kidney Pills on April 1905 I have never failed to advise their use at every opportunity as they cured me of kidney complaint when other remedies failed I was troubled at times with backache which was so severe that I could hardly attened to my work and stooping lifting or any over exerition would cause sharp twinges of pain My kidneys finally became disordered and the secretions were irregular and unnatural in ap gearance Doans Kidney Pills were recommended to me and I procured a box They quickly cured me of the trouble and I am happy that during the last few years there has not beer the slightest recurrence of the trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole scents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Kept It to Die In In every big city said a Philadel phit real estate man there are men who rent lodgings by the month and pay for them with the utmost regular ty and yet who scarcely ever occupy their rooms I know of a man who kept his room in the same house for seventeen years and yet who probably hover slept in it as much as a week all told in all that time The reason was that he was a single man of a good Income and with profligate hab its To tell the truth I doubt If he over went to bed sober during the last twenty years of his life lIe frequented a certain rather doubtful hotel where after he had consumed nightly enough wine to In capacitate him from standing erect a waiter would take him upstairs to bod Why did be keep his apartment at the lodging house Simply that he might have a decent place to die In Ho told me so himself And so when his last attack of delirium tremens did come on before he got too low to be moved he was taken to the seldom occupied chamber and there ho breathed his last thus carrying out his doflre for a respectable environment at the tall of the curtain Baltimore American Do the right thing if you have nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Donttouch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secret tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas medicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream I Balm is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by NewnttYork t tAReady Answer Margaret was noted among the mem bers of her Sunday school class for her ready answers to all questions On be ing asked which king was most dls- s tinguished for husbandry shot answers ed Solomon be had the most wlyes t Then seeing she had made a mistake the little one spoke promptly I guess I Im wrong teacher but I thought you t said wlferyLipplncottsHandicapped What profession do you think our boy Joe had better adopt asked Mrs BrownI answered her husband Joe Is rather handicapped by circumstances The only profession hes nat urally adapted to Is that of n capital 1st andiI dont quite see where hes moneyfA Tip Look as If you was feelln pretty good today James said the first waiterYes tiptop replied the othef Some streak o luck maybe Yes tiptop tlpKansas City In dependent rAn Empty Form Little WillieSay pa what does tt 1 signify when one woman kisses 4an t other PaAbout as much as when s one plan In business calls another Fold e chap my sonStray Stories 1 It requires little exertion upon our n part to bring misfortune upon oar selves Uenander PAID FOR THE BATHS rExciting Htttl Incident In Dsr Har bor Early Days In the prehistoric days at Bar Har bor 8011 a Boston man before the dress suit had cast Its blighting shad ow there and when llodlcks and the fish pond were the center of all tht gayety life was pleasant even though many of the conveniences which we now demand were wholly lacking Ro dicks was p burn of a place with no elevator and Innocent of electric belts One than In imminent need of ico wa fir once obtained it however by going Into the hall and yelling Murder ai the top of his lungs He gathered to gether most of the hotel guests and finally got the Ice water of his souls desire but his success did not seem to establish a precedent The lire department was so to speak in embryo In the Rodlck at the head of each stairway there used to stand a large hogshead of water for use In an emergency and thereby hangs the tale I am about to tell you Late of an evening there entered the deserted fish pond a young man whose fixed and glassy eye and wan dering smile betrayed what his evenings occupation had been In order to settle any lingering doubt as to his condition however he proceeded to emit a series of blood curdling shrieks which called forth a hasty and em phatic protest from the night clerk who on advancing upon the Inebriat ed one was promptly laid low by a right hand or The night force In an angry array promptly went to the succor of the night clerk whereat his j assailant retreated upstairs closely followed by his pursuers Reaching the landing he espied t r hogshead of water which he prompt y heaved down the stairway upon his opponents who drenched by the wa ter and carried off their feet by the butt Itself in a wild state of rage renewed the attack only to be treat ed to the same dose on the second flight of stairs and yet again on the third at which point his ammunition being exhausted they captured and got even with the belligerent one In the morning great was the anger- anti loud the lamentations of Herr Rodlck at the state of his stairway and the damaged condition of his night force but he who hail accomplished the outrage was rich In this worlds goods from part of which he was made to separate for livers ruined carpets sundry abrasions and for giving five men three baths apiece at 1 a bath the regular rate at that time in Bar liar bor Lace Made From Hair The most curious Ince is called point tresse It Is very rare and was made of human hair French collectors say that It exists In the present day only In their cafilnets It was confined to the early part of the sixteenth century Margaret countess of Lennox the mother of the wretched Darnley sent from the tower where she was Im prisoned when her son Lord Charles LeI X married the daughter of Hess of Ilurdwicke a bit of this kind of lace to Mary queen of Scots This Is a very strong proof of her belief In the queens innocence of the guilt that had been Imputed to her The little square of point tresse was worked by the old countess own hands from her own gray hair It1 was In fact hair mixed with fine flux London Express Knew He Was Dead Some time after the occupation of Manila by the American forces one of the army ofilcors wits shown through the old Spanish prison in tint city He noticed a small opening through a brick wall Upon asking Its use he was told that prisoners were placed In a cell behind it and walled up alive You see senor said the guide as long as the prisoner lived his food was handed In on a plate and he handed I the empty plate back but when he handed the plate back with the food on it untouched then the jailer knew he was dead and didnt give him any more Net Listening She was a very little girl but not so small that the did not recognize swear ing as something very wrong or that If other people used bad language it was her place to close her ears to It Sho was on the street with her mother and as they passed a group of men talking In loud tones the passersby heard the small girl exclaim in shocked tones Oh isnt that awful And then as If suddenly remembering But Im not listening New York Times Will Lay ThreeGrades of travel Roads In order to get the greatest possible benefits at the least possible expense gravel roads in Grand Rapids Mich will hereafter be divided into three classesthose designed to carry the heaviest traffic for which gravel roads are considered as suitable those of medium traffic and the little used roads of the outlying districts For these streets three grades of gravel will be used varying In the percentage of stone which they carry and the care with which the material Is screened Everybodys friendDr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain Ilhtzear A waitItherNo smoke no smell BO trouble r Often you want heat in a hurry- in some room in the house the fur nace does not reach Its so easy to pickup and carry a I PERFECTION Oil Heater III Equipped with Smokeless Device I to the room you want to heal suitable for any room in the house It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing +x smoke or smellturn the wick as high as you can or k as low as you likehrass font holds 4 quarts ofoil that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours Fin rI shed in japan andnickelan ornament I 4 warrantedIIIIIJIIIIIUa I Theamis the Ump lor the student or B ruder It pins a brilliant study light thaI makes study t pleasure Made ol brau nickel plated tad equipped with the latest improved central draft burner Every lamp warranted I11 you cannot obtain the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp from your dealer write to our nearest agency lot descriptive circular STANDARD Oil COMPANY Incorporated wnuuI IStatement uf Condition of The I Bankt I I IStephensport Ky at the Close of Business Juno 30 1908 B Im I Resources Loans and Discounts 73 596 63 Cash in Safe uo 874481 Cash in other Bunks 4962 N Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 I Current Expenses Lait Six Months 959 53 ITotat 90323 72 LiabilitiesI Capital Surplus Fund 777 Amount 71351 Total90323 tcitWe have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and tM1business We have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid tI 1iM more than any other bank Breckenridge county pays tmWe believe in paying our patrons all we can for the use their rIi1 money The late bank failures have demonstrated it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take thatIopportunity to thank our customers whose has M make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business am Respectfully IJNOS ADAIR Cashier fSfJJ mm fSm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and If none of these suit you write us at once us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very properly you are looking for We recommend the following properties being productive and fair in price Do You to Sell your farm or business L If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring and seller together This department is conducted solely for the of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Baggage Two groom cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Bents for R vpr month C l 75fl 15 acres on Uardlnsburg and plOU Falls Of Sinking rond Z miles from Sample Improvements dwohlDI and a Rood big barn BO acres la oak and beecb timber The oak timber Is Rood tie timber Deceit never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rollI Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water your round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments C3 950 352 acres on andq r Falls Of einklnR road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwdllings three big barnes hog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 60075 acres situated IK miles from I Joins Gubo Pierce Oland In good shape good fencing one good dwel Hun bouse 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn SOd feet 1 novcrfulling sprluR two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road t Stephensport miles and good road to Uol lK miles This farm Is notworn out It is good land and in good fix Just the farm for n man with A small family Stocku 0 0 15000 00 18 Undivided Profits 0 eo 3ig5 09 fIm Due Deporti tort 4s I72 I prosperous in of disasterous patronage IH H HU n H u n address places telling as Want buyer i purpose c llardinsburg e 800 162 acres 8 miles from Cloverport l1nrdlnsburROUClovorport provomonts tSroom dwelling burn 2x36 feetand other out buildings I12 acres in orchard acresInbalance In state of good cultivation Two Goodlimestonewheat Well located fur market Onethirdcash balance on easy terms FOB SALEA farm contalnln 250 acres and thei5u store room over It two good stock barns peactitreesnil kinds of small fruits Including a nice clearedbnltmcetroves of black locust hufllclont for posts to wire tho whole farm in It lies near Ekroa uu10nKFOB SALEA splendid stand for a druJRI5 physician Ina good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is JUKI tho place for some young physician to step Into a good practice and u good drug business An old established physician wants to rotlrd is the reason for selling For further parUc ulars address JNO D BAnBAGE Cloyer i port Ky TfEbIGfl GRADE CONlERCIAI SCHOOI OF7TB O11F t LL Of THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES INCLUDING T LEGMJH ARE TAUGHT REAUT1FUL CATALOGUES LESSONS IN BOOKKEEPING BY MAIDGRADLi14iES SECURE P08 TfONSSID JOURNALS FREE YfRiTfi Now ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREENKv j J 1 + i 4rt o I f 4 CZ nIf i I f = = 1 t i Va 7t M f I i 1iT lp i + PF r fI S i u r Breezes From r iisoriII MondiyIIMiss Ruth Weatherholt Is no better- C D Payne of Hites Run Ky was here to visit his cousin J H Payne Saturday Miss Della Winchell went to Louts ville Sunday She intends to do dress making f k J Dudley Bivin Jr has purchased Miss Hattie Winchells farm for the consideration of 1500 f Mrs Nannie H Russell returned to Louisville Tuesday after visiting rela Iii4 tives here a few days 4MissEthel Suddreth who is attending High school at Cannelton was home 1bj Saturday and Sunday t Russell Cox came home from Louis ville Thursday that he might be ready for school on Monday 1jt A nice rain fell Sunday night which 4k i laid the dust and cooled the air but r toabreak for wheat The Pumpkin Rollers and Cannelton Ponies played a fine game of ball here Sunday on the local diamond resulting in a score of 25 to 7 Jn favor of Tobins portMrs Emma Earles who has been ailing for some time is with her sister Mrs Mary Sanders till she gets better her daughter Miss Eva Earles has gone to Illinois to live with her uncle Merry Widow Cannelton Inquirer A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health slcce we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years age says L A Bartlett of Rural Route 1 Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle tvaY that doss you good 25c at Severs Drug Co New Milliner Miss Maude Mattingly has bought the Millinery business of Mrs W C Moorman at Glendeaue She was in Louisville last week buying her fall stock she will be glad to have her friends call to see her and examine her new line She has a beautiful line of all hats and trimmings Dont be deceived by imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Strive When you ask for DeWitts be sure to get it The name is stamped on every box There is just one original It is especially good for piles We sell and recommend them Sold by all Druggists Welcome Visitors r Mr und Mrs J M Shellman and daughter Myrtle Bdl of Slopheusport were here Saturday shopping Mr Shellman is one of the must presperous farmers of Breckenridge Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week followit g4th Monday BABYS EYESIGHT WAS THREATENED a By Terrible EczemaHead Became a Mass of Itching Rash and Sores Would Scratch Till Blood Came Much MoneyWasted in Fruitless TreatmentsDisease Was Soon r r CURED AT SLIGHT COST- a BY CUTICURA REMEDIES n Our little girl was two months old I when sho got a rash on her faro and r within five days her face and head were r 1 all ono sore Wo used different reme It dies but it got worse instead of better and wo thought sho would turn blind II and that her ears would fall off Sho suffered terribly and would scratch until tho blood came At night we f had to pin her hands down This oldrthen I had her our family jtars taro but she continued to grow t worse Ho said it was eczema when t she was seven months old I started to r ruseCuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment p and Cuticura lloaolvent and in three usingt1 monthsrt and our baby was a different girl You could not see a sign of a sore and sill was as fair as a newborn baby and all seventyfivetimes tho money for doctoring She r is now two years old and has not had a ax sign of tho eczema since Mrs H F r Budko H F D 4 l eSueur Minn Apr 15 and May 2 1007 SLEEP KILLED By an Itching Humor Another r Cure by Cuticura Remedies II I broke out with a humor which spread almost all over my body Tho itching would get worse on retiring so I could not sleep I tried several remedies but it grew worse until Isome Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Pails BYttthe humor was entirely gone I wish w every sufferer could secure the Cuti t cura Remedies Travis Bates Hamburg Ark April 20 1007 it Com fete External and Internal Treatment far r Every Humor of Infants Children land Adults rooIBfsts of Cuticura Bonn 2Sc to Cleanse the Skin Ointment 500 to Heal the Skin and 1CuticuraResolvent S0eorin the form of Chocolate Coated Pills 2Sc viallot 00 to Purity the Blood Bold throughout the world Potter Drug ok Chem Corp Sole Prop Boston Mam rMstled Free Cuticura Book on Skin Diseases a y KIRK NEWS 0 Success to the News The wedding bells are ringing Born to the wife of MrJoe Beavii Sept 1st a fine girl Nellie Luciel Dock Furrow and wife pent Sun day with Mrs K H Downs Joe Brown was the guest of Miss Katie Mattingly Sunda Mrs F J Ryan and mother Mrs Maggie Crenshaw spent Wednesday with Mrs Milt Tate enjoyedthesaid they was going back next year if they wouldnt have to wait so long for the next train Mr Old Miller son and wife at tended the State Fair and had a most delightful trip Will Davis and wife attended the State Fair at Louisville Marcus Mattingly wife and family spent the week at the State Fair and enjoyed their trip Nicholous Sheeran a farmer near Kirk is very Ipw with typhoid fever and is no better Lon Jarboe went to the State Fair and bought two fine gray horses and a span of mules Miss Maggie Ryan was the guest of Miss Dessie Tate Sunday Mrs R E Scraggins attended the State Fair accompaned by Miss Ag nes Crenshaw of Cloverport Tom Brown and wife spent Sunday LongLickLickMrs R M Crenshaw who has been visiting her daughters Mrs T J Ryan and Mrs R E Scroggins at Kirk has returned home accompanied by son but hopes she will make her visit igner next time Would Mortgage The Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire Ga W A Floyd by name says BuoKlens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw one on my hand and one on my leg it is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it Only 25c at Sevdrs Drug Co GLEN DEANE accompaniedbyManitoba this week to spend the winter Mrs Whittinghill is in poor health and seeks the Western climate hoping to regain it- Misses Mayne and Annie Smith of Fordsville were the guests of Mr and Mrs A E Smith last week Mrs P B Hoskins returned home Wedafter an extended visit to Mr and Mrs Wnlker Brown Misses Jonnie Moorman and Nell Dempster attended the Ball game at lardinsburg Saturday Miss Coral Whittinghill Irvington is tie guest of her parents Mr and Mrs B A Whittinghill Miss 1 oulse Moorman left for Bowling Green Friday where she will euter school Miss Nell Moorman is in Louisville for a few days Miss Elizabeth Baxter gave delight full entertainment hst week Those present were Misses Mildred Jane and Sallie Moorman Nell Dempster Messrs Joe Moorman Robt Curtis Thos Howard Ed and Walker Baxter Rev Lewis of Cloverport is con ducting a Protracted Meeting at the baptist Church Miss Sally Moorman is visiting in Hardinsburg Mrs J B Hosjdus and little daughter are visiting in Fordsville Dr R T Dempster was in Louisville last week The tobacco crop in this section is fine It is all housed and is curing up strippinStbeCharlie Dean was in Louisville last week 1Iss Maude MattinglyI has a nice line of Millinery See the latest things in Millinery at Miss Maude Mattinglys Mr and Mrs Len Mattingly and four children Axtel went to Owensboro Saturday to attend the Fair and visit relatives Where Bullets Flew David Packer of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg saysliThe 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 me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well GOc at Severs Drug Co Building A New Home Lafe Taul is building a nice two story dwelling on his farm near Mc Quady FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLE w The Retail Merchants Association of Louisville Ky of whichwe are a member has decided to rebate railroad fare from October 12th to Nov 7th This gives you an excellent opportunity to come to Louisville to visit out store and to buy your fall and winter goods to an advantage You will find a complete line intDry Goods Carpets House Furnishings Readytowears Shoes Millinery Furniture Fancy Goods Boys Clothing If you are in want in the meantime of anything write us andwe will fill your order promptly and satisfactory Always remember that everything that goes out ofour store leaves with our guarantee Satisfaction or money back DID YOU EVER BURN WOOD It is the most fascinating pleasureone that will help you while away the weary wintry days It is becoming more popular every day you can soon learn it you will enjoy itit is instructive as wen as entertaining Our new Wood to Burn catalog is now being completed and will be ready for mailing in about 10 days If you wish one write us sending your full name and address and we will bo glad to send you one when they are completed THE WAY TO OBTAIN RAILROAD REBATE I will bo explained to ypu it you wish the information All that is necessary is to drop us a card and we will be glad to furnish you the details I e Nobby FaJl Cots Suitable for Present Wear for Women and Misses shown act 308 e nd 498 332338 West LouisvilleI 9 Market Street 31 9 Fourth AveKentuckyINCORPORATED s1t Osr V a vJ AT JWHEN YOU WRITE MENTION TUB BRECKENR1DQE NEWS Receiving Ills Sentence The deepest test of a mans characte often lies in the way in which he meet some great crisis The heroism whicl faces painful lingering and unromatti death unaccompanied by the beat 01 the drum the note ot the bugle and the inspiration of the battlefield is one of the highest that is given to mankind to display Professo Schrotter who has just died iii Germany has left an account of hiis personal relations to the Kaiser Frederick III both as a physician and as the bearer of the fatal news which told him he was to yield his life to a stronger power than himself The cros princess begged me t0 make the sud communication as quickl yl as possible It now became my painfu duty to report to his imperial highnes regarding our investigations and opinions This took place in the present of her imperial highness the crow princess and I must state it was one o the most touching and Impressive scenes of my life The illustrious patient on whosi countenance not a sign of excitemen was visible declined with a smile m request to be seated and received m report standing with philosophic calm ness and the courage of a hero I dwel on the chances of an operation Deeply impressed I was luckily ii the position to refer to the case of ai old gentleman who was satisfactoril operated upon foe the same cause M illustrious patient seemed pleased whet I stated that the gentlemen wa seventy years of age Why I am only in my fifties II he saidHe dismissed me in a pleasanthearty wouldsI l have suspected such a tragic scene had just been enacted With a pressure of the hand the noble man bade me adieu l May we meet again if God so wills itII he said Youths Companion PartyrMr and Mrs Chas Bohler entertain i ed in honor of the twelfth birthday of their son Earl The guests were l Willie Wroe Yewell Holder J P I Ditzenbach Adis Kramer Elmer Hoffious Forrest Gilliland and Forrest Pate Buy Fine Mares l1Beard Brothers Hardinsburg Brack s inridge county Ky have bought of Mr Allen S Edelen Glenworth Farm Burgin Ky another lot of fiie lybred Kingfand Among are Parkland Maid and Loveland Bell- full sisters by Highland Denmarr dam by Black Squirrel second dam by tf Monte Cristo third dam old Nanni Garrett the dam of Chester Dare- rr probably the richest bred Denmark mares living Beard Brothers are t getting some of the best mares in the State which means that the Bluegras n horsemen will next year have trouble 1 with them at the State Fair if thy e Beards horses are properly handled Y and they no doutit will be as Mr Arthur 1 Beard junior member of the firm hat experjpnce and ability Farmers Home Journal Autumn Exhibit of Exquisite Millinery In the matter of style so different from what you see else where The most critical expert must pronounce our showing and exhibit correct There is such a variation in size such a variety in trimming ttat almost any desire you may have for the QUITE the SUBDUED or for any MODEL to tho DASH ING PICTURESQUE may be most pleasingly satisfied We shall be pleased to have you honor us with your trade this season MRS POLK Cloverport Kentucky a 1- a Higher Prices For Meat For the first time in nine years catt e and hogs sold at the same price in tlH stock yards and it is the highest pric e in a decade Seven cents and a half a pound was paid by the packers toda for the porkers Cattle of the best grad sold from 7 to Sea pound This mean s high meat prices for the next six month s at least and perhaps for a year Scarcity of hogs and cattle and the high prices of corn are given as th cause Farmers are getting 80 cents bushel for corn and if does not pay t feed it Bacon is now soiling at retail here for 27 to 30 cents a pound the sam price as porterhouse steaks Chicapj o Dispatch to New York World DeWitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills easy to take safe sure and gentle Get Early Risers They are the best pills made We set them Sold by all Druggists j iIiyaca1ione Mr and Mrs Wilber Gregory and fine sou returned to Louisville Frida after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Thomas Bohler Mr Gregory is on of the best known men on the Render son Route He is enjoying a two week vacation i At Denver Wednesday W R Hearst read to a large audience copic of two more letters from Archbold th Standard Oil vice president to Senate Foraker accompanying remittance i amounting to 15100 more and makin a total of 142000 exclusive of the foC 000 which Foraker said he wanted al a loan but did not use Hearst said tha pretty much everybody had becom- convincod by this time that Standar- Oil interests were bound to take reveng upon tho Roosevelt administration bY snaking overtures to the Democrats He again charged that Haskell wa the agout of the trust in the purchas of tho Democratic party Waits Thirty Years A A Polk and sister Miss Morgurit Polk of Tobinsport were the guests OJ Miss Lillian Sippel Monday This visit was Miss Polks first trip to Cloverpor in thirty years Democratic Speaking Hon John S Rhea of Louisville made a strOng Democratic speech a large crowd here Saturday at thE Democratic headquarters f t 4 Points For Fruit Growers Next to a dilapidated andweedsmoth ered road fence a neglected orchard is I an oyesore on a farm The orchard may afford some shelter for the neglected cows calves and colts I durihg the rigorous winter weather but I lumber at 840 a thousand would be I cheaper and better Pacific coast apple growers are leading other parts of the country id the adop packagersand those growers obtain good prices for their fruitI I ofIthe traveling orchard doctor who offers for sale county and farm rights to make and use his killemall nostrums If there is merit in bis commodity he can reach the fruit growers in a bet ter and more honorable way 1 Comparatively few farmers realize the necessity of fertilizing their orchards the failure to produce or fruit of scanty and inferior quality is often + due to star ving the trees Think of the vast foU- l l age to be supported independent of may plaptfoode Fine Match Team 3Lee Montgomery the popular freight conductor on the Branch has sent his pair of match horses to the Owensboro s Fair They are perfect matches and well trained He expects to bring ho me- ar string of blue ribbons I 1 New Millinery s Miss Annie Singleton of Union Start is in Louisville this week buying her haved1 open ng next Monday rSEEDSs GrownPedigreedsuccessful seed growing behind them Tt payi tsplant the best- Seuonable Specialties SEarliestBusMiRefugeeExtraNew Stringless Green Pod 4t7o Bushel Wardwella Imp Kidney Wax S4so Bushel BushelfPEASExtra Early Alaska 350 BaWl tHorsford Grndus 550 Bushel BushelBuckbees olSeedspricesSendofyourMoneyto 0 CI H W BUCKBEE1561Wctsest kkfot4SN4 Wms bdtisrehI- ff 6