You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, October 14, 1908. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1908 brc1908101401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, October 14, 1908. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THAtS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIIICLOYERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1908 8 Pages NO 14 I WELCOME TO OUR FARMERS aye BrecKejiridge County Farmers Institute tlolda ing Annual Meeting In This City Today M Large Attendance ExpectedPresident C H Drury Calls Session At 10 Oclock Wel ti f come Address by Mr Babbage F WILL BE IN SESSION TOMORROW The Annual Meeting of the Breck crowd Cloverport will be greatly dis enridge County Institute convenes in appointed The business men have a number of premiums forthis city today The best known faroffered farm prodncts which are given below mers of the county are expected inThe program for today and tomor attendance and if there is not a large row is as follows PROGRAM Wednesday 1O A M Meeting called to order by C H Drury President PrayerRevi B M Currie Music Mrs L Reid BabbageResponseThe Proper Cultivation and Handling of Red Clover John E Monarch NOON 130 P M Meeting called to order By President Music Mrs L Reid Making and Maintaining Dirt R-eadsbyG P Rogers and Judge H D Moorman The Proper Saving and Application of Barnyard Manure J A McClure Thursday IO A M r Meeting called to order by C H Drury President Prayer V i VV Rev J T Lewis Music Mrs L Reid RogersProfitsOglesbyTheNOON 130 P M Meeting called to order By President Music Mrs L Reid Cultivation of Alfalfa J A McClure JollyCloverShould Agriculture be Taught in our Public Schools Prof Edwin Wroo List of Premiums Given by Governor Merchants 200 Hat for 12 ears Best White Cqrn by J C Nolte Bro 200 Worth of Dental Work for lIb Best Butter by Dr W M Casper 150 cash Best Looking Lady be tween 10 and 25 years of age by R O Perkins 25 lb sack Golden Crown Flour for 6 stalks Best Pryor Tobacco by P E Scott 1 sack Blue Ribbon Flour for best piece needle work by the Ladies of Breckenridge by W H Quiggins j 75c box of Lownays Best Candy for best Pound Cak any variety by C and L Sippel 24 lb sack Godoa Crown 1 lour for 1 peck Best Wheat by Hardin Squires 200 Rocker for 12 ears Best Yel low Corn by M Hamman Son 100 cash for 1 peck Best Irish Po tatoes by F Fraize 50c for largest Pumpkin by M F Popham BowmanMeador At the home of W R Bowman the brides father Miss Annie Bowman and Mr Allen Meador were united in mar riage at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon the Rev Isaac Cline officiating The relatives and nearby friends were present Miss Katie Eskridge played the wedding march The happy couple have the congratulations of a host of admiring friends They have gone to housekeeping on the Dennie Sheeran farm a mile from town Mrs Meador Dead News was received here last week that Mrs JJD Meador died at her home at Sterling Kansas Her death waS not unexpected I ty- z 1 ry 200 pair Best Godman Shoe in the world for a peck of the largest Sweet Potatoes by Julian H Brown 200 pair Shoes for BestVariety of 1 peck of Apples by B F Allen Best Bridle in stock for 1 peck Best Onions any variety by Conrad Payne Company 100 for pair Best White Leghorns single cone by L A Murray 100 for the Best pair Plymouth Rock Chickens by Severs Drug Co 100 cash for Best Sample of To bacco White Corn and Irish Potatoes raised by any one farmer in Brecken ridge Co by Brecdenridge Bank 100 for the Homeliest Man re siding in Breckenridge Co by English Kitchep 1 Ladies Hat latest style for 1 gal lon Best Green Tomato Catsup by Lucy A Polk 1 years Subscription to the Breck enridge News for the Best Boy Rider under 15 years old by Jno D Babbage I Raised Peanuts Conrad Sippel will exhibit at tho Farmers Institute today specimens of the peanuts he raised at his place on the hill Mr Sippel gathered two bushels from 2 rows fifty feet longs The nuts are very large and he is quite proud of his crop- 13rabandt Studio Notes Brabandt will discontinue his trips to Irvington after November 1 Penny pictures made at Brabandts now Have your pictures made in time for Christmas gifts J u o U a- A WILL SOON BE COMPLETED Construction Crews On M II And E Are ReinforcedDistance To Louisville Shortened And a Good System In augrated The Madisonville Hustler of recent date has the following to say of the new railroad The now railroad from Madisonvilie to Fordsville will soon be completed and the management expects to have it in operation by January 1 The con struction crew has been reinforced in the past few days a big crowd of work men having been taken to Hartford from Louisville says the Louisville timesWith the completion of the new rail road valuable coal and timber land will be opened up in Hopkins McLean and Ohio counties Eastern parties have already bought large tracts of land ly ing near the railroad and several coal mines are already being developed The Madisonville Hartford and East ern railroad is the name of the new road It traverses territory not now touched by a railroad and gives Hartford the county seat of Ohio county a railroad outlet something that the citizens of that town have been striving for for more than thirty years The new road also shortens the distance from Madi sonville and way points to Louisville more than forty miles and will bring Louisville as close to that territory as NashvilleAt the new rood will con nect with a branch of the Henderson Route Only a short distance removed is the main line and connections will be made with the Henderson Route for Louisville traffic Hartford Herald Crop Conditions October 1st The Department of Agriculture this week issued its report on crop condi tion in the United States on Oct 1st Following is a summary of the report on some of the most important crops The corn crop condition on Oct 1st was 778 per cent spring wheat quality 881 per cent total production of spring wheat was indicated at 233090 000 the yield per acre averaging 132 bushels combined production spring and winter wheat indicated as about 659030000 bushels of 894 per cent quality and the oat crop quality was 81 3 per cent the production being 789161000 bushels with yield per acre averaging 249 bushels The corn condition is against 794 last month 78 on October 1 last year and a ten year average on October 1st of 797 The average yield of spring wheat is against a final estimate of 132 bushels in 1907 aud a six year average of 138 the total production being against the final estimate of 224045000 in 1907 and quality of 888 in 1907 and six year average of 859 The final es timate of average yield of oats per acre in 1907 was 237 bushels and tenyear average of 298 the total 1907 yield be ing 754443000 and quality 77 last year and 861 for ten years Last yeass combined production of all wheat was 634087000 bushels and 899 in quality All others 118881000 and 87 Potatoes average condition 687 against 77 a year ago and tenyear average of 763 Tobacco average condition at har vesting 841 against 848 a year ago and ten year average of 835 The condition of corn in Kentucky is 79 against a tenyear average of 83 Father Knue Here Father Knue who has charge of St Anthony church at Axtel was the guest of Father Brey Sunday and Mon day He was accompanied by Mr Ruppertone of the best known citizens of Jolly Station Father Knue is a most pleasant man socially as well as an able minister and 1 business man Cloverport people were pleased to meet him Mrs Peyton Scott and Mrs W N Pate are visiting in Owensboro Always read the Breckenridge News u BIG SPRING Dr W H Strother Moves To Owensboro To Make ills Home Friends Loathe His Departure Dr and Mrs Strother are moving to Owensboro this week and will be locat ed on Fourth street betwenn Frederick and St Ann where they will be glad to have all friends and acquaintances call when in the city Rev McConnell is moving to his new appointment at Mannsville in Taylor countyDr Risler of Louisville filled Dr Beelers appointment here last week Miss Mabel Scott is visiting her cousin Mrs Fuller Nall at Elizabeth townMr Julia Clarkson is visiting her daughter Mrs Kemper at Irvington- Mr and Mrs Meyer and daughter Miss Jennie returned home Friday from Louisville where they have been for the past week Mr and Mrs Orien Kasey and little daughter Lucile returned to their home in Owensboro Thursday after a weeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Kasey Miss Davy Galloway visited in Bran denburg from Wednesday until Satur day last week Mr and Mrs Eugene Jones of Woodland and Misses Puesy and Moss bogger of Stitbton were the guests of their sister Mrs R S Dowell Satur day and Sunday Mrs T C Williams returned to her home at West Point Tuesd- aySTEPIIENSPORT NEWS River Very Low Lower Than It Has Been For Years At That PortOther Items Beautiful new fall and winter hats at Mrs Paynes Mrs Payne has bought prettier and better hats this season than have ever been carried here Call to see them Mrs Georgia Sargent and son Yan del have returned from Fordsville Mr and Mrs Stanley Connor and little son Silas Carr left Monday for a visit to Uniontown Miss Sarah Buchanan has returned to her home in Uniontown after spend ing a week with her aunt Mrs Pike CohnMr and Mrs Chas Unzerof Owens boro were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius Saturday and Sunday Mrs G W Payne returned Friday from the city with her millinery goods Holt Roff of La is the guest of re latives here Mrs Will Alexander and little daugh ter Cornelia were in town Saturday Mrs Sue Wedding of Rome were the guests of Mrs Eugene Connor SaturdayMr Mrs R A Smith spent the day at Garfield Saturday Mrs Nancy Dowell is able to be up again after a few days illness Rev J F Winchell of Tobinsport preached at the Baptist church Sunday The stork has again visited our place and left a fine girl at the home of Mr and Mrs Percy Blaine Mr and Mrs Willie Hugh Cox of Owensboro passed through town Sat urday with the corpse of their infant enroute to Flint Island church for intermentThe is still going down lower than it has been for years Dr and Mrs Chipp and little son Roy of Birdsville Ky were gtlests of weekiwho were glad to welcome her back to our town They were enroute to Witchata Kansas to locate First Time Henry May has been ill for several days This iis the first time during his life that Mr May has been ill in bed His many friends trust that he will soon recover m ANNOUNCEMENT AND OTHER NEWS Irvington Letter Full of Newsy Personals Bryan and Kern Club Organized SIXTY THREE MEMBERS The following announcement has been received by the Irvington Soci ety Mr and Mrs William H Hender son announce the marriage of their daughter Lucile Washingtonto Mr Arthur Edward Rapp On Thursday the first of October one thousand nine hundred and eight Los Angeles CaliforniaAt after November First Webster Groves Missourit Miss Ellen Munford has returned home after a short visit to her cousin Miss Lllia Tydings of Louisville Mr D C Heron of Springfield Ky was the guest of his wife for a few days last week Dr L B Moremen was in Louisville Friday on a business trip W J Piggott will ship a car load of cattle from here Saturday Miss Rebecca Childs of Weldon is the truest of her sister Mrs Mannie Childs this week Mrs Newsom Gardner is expect ed home this weekf rom West Point where she has been visiting Mrs San dyHenryMr M Kirtley of Branbenburg was with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirtley Sunday Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson and daughter Miss Lady after a stay of several days at the home of Mr and Mrs J R Wimp left for Big Springs SaturdayMrs McCoy arrived Friday to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs GL Brady An enthusiastic Bryan and Johnson Club consisting of about 03 members was organized in this city on last Saturday afternoon at the Public Hall E H Shelman was elected President H H Kemper VicePresi dent Earl Bennett Secretary Danl Ashcraft Treasurer and C C Smith Chairman A rousing talk was made by the President E H Shelman af ter which over 25 was collected to carryon the campaign Mr and Mrs Edd McAfee spent Sunday in Cloverport visiting rela tivesMr Harry Major of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Bate Wash ington Sunday Mr Dick Skillman of Stephensport came up Sunday and is the guest of Mr and Mrs F H McGehen this weekThe Rev Stone of Louisville filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church Sun day both morning and evening and preached two excellent sermons Mrs Gaines of Fordsville who has been visiting her sister Mrs G L Brady for several days has returned to her home Mrs Bettie Calhoun left Thursday for an indifinite visit to Owensboro the guest of relatives and friends Mrs George Romjser Grand Con ductor of the Order of the Eastern Star of Ky and Mrs E H Zirikel of Louisville were the guests of Mrs C L Chamberlain last week and at tended the organization of the East ern Star at Bewltfyville last Tuesday Mrs M A Brandenburg of Tip Top who has been the guest of her daugh ter Mrs Edd Montgomery ia Louis ville came Monday to spend the win ter with her daughter Mrs Charlie L ChamberlainMrs Miss Maggie Bandy and Mr J B Herndon dele gates from here to the State Sunday Kylastreportthelongtimeover the Sunday School Week Miss Laura Hale who has a beautiful line of millinery will leave next week for Louisville to fill extra orders citylet j a DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS INDEPENDENTS All Met At County Seat Monday irEnthusiasticFor All Parties HOT OLD LECTION TIMESGy greatdaying hot A thousand or more people were in town They came from every corner of the county Republicans Democrats and Independents were all in evidence The politicians and candidates were there also The Re publicans were headed by their able exponent and cheif speaker the Hon E T Franks of Owensboro The Democrats rallied around their chief the Hon A O Stanley of Hender sonThe afternoon was cheifly devoted to apostles y Hardinsburg brass band marched to the City Hall gathering a big crowd that filled that bnilding while the Democrats rallied at the Court HouseThe crowd so far as the News equallydividedduced by Marshal D W Henry of Irvington spoke for about an hour and a half to a most enthusiastic audience He was followed by Dr Gaddie Republican Candidate fortCongressAt RubyLaFoonFollowing himColD RMurray Introduced the Hon A O Stanley of Henderson who for an hour or more made his usual oratorical plea to the voters to support the Peerless One the Hon William Jennings Bryan As a matter of course he had his crowd and had their applause- It was a great day for the politicians and the lovers of a great political fight Everything passed off quietly the crowd kept in a good humor enjoyed the speeches and their friends went home with the happy thought that their man would be the winner in November I BIG FIRE Vine Grove Ky Oct 12Firewhich broke out here at 2 oclock Sun day morning caused a loss of 25000 with little insurance The fire broke out in the confectionary of Mrs M E Wright and was practically under control when the water in the tank which supplies the town gave out It required thirtyfive minutes to pump the tank full again and by that time the flames had been given a fresh start and were beyond the power of the fire fight ers Hints For Stock Owners Before weaning him be sure the colt has learned to eat grain Keep a mixture of crushed oats wheat bran and a little oil meal in the feed box so he can eat but a little at a timeIf a number ot colts are weanedat the same time or even if there be but two be sure that one does not boss the other and rob him of his food Always halterbreak the colt while he is running with the dam Never use a rope halter but use a five ring leather halter made to fit perfectly Handle his halter with the greatest care Get the pens ready for the breeding hogs The quarters must be made warm and comfortable if success ia expected It is harder work to keep hogs healthy when the weather is damp but you can do it by giving them welldrained quartersIn native state swine are very active and healthy Domesticated swine often become unthrifty or sick because of insufficient exercise Every keeper of hogs Bhouldhavo 1aPqat least one rod square fJ t r k i ane Cable CopyrlJht 1906 IIr Dodd Mead lCompany OO ObO I 11I CHAPTER XIV I ABLE saw Bansemer leave I upII The lawyer did not back but turned lookII I I nearest corner as u eager to dIsappear i possiblerrroom behind him David Cable dropped wearily into a chair without removing his hat or coat His blood was run ning cold through his veins his Jaw was set and his eyes had the appear once of one who has been dazed by a 1- blow For many minutes ho sat and stared at the andirons in the ember lit kt ktgrate From time to time he swal lowed painfully and his Jaw twitched Things began growing black and green before his eyes He started up with I an oath He was consumed by the fires of jealousy and suspicion The doubt that had found lodging in his mind so recently now became a cruel certainty s Into his grim heart sprang the rage of the man who finds himself decelvodII despised dishonored He with his own eyes no doubt just what I others had seen for months had seen I and had pitied or scorned him as the thoughjof it he actually ground his teeth tears of rage and mortification sprang to his eyes He recalled Lila own feelings in instances where shame had fallen upon other men he recalled his own easy toMlaugh at the plight of the poor devils i It had never entered his mind that some day he might be the object of like consideration in others more or loss fortunate according to their friends By the tong dinner was announced be had succeeded in restoring himself to a state of comparative calmness He did not dress for dinner as was his J custom nor did he stop to ask Frances Cable if she were ready to go down Ho hoard Jane playing the piano as butiffireplace to look at her strangely Some where back in his brain there was struggling unknown to him the old r time thought that this child bore him no MkenoBS whatsoever lIe only know he was crushing down the fear that evil or slander or pain might come to her Jf he woro rash yet Just lie was wondering If he could face his wife without betraying himself 1 Jane plfted softly llfolossly She a on the other hand was wonderin ifAi sit spoke to him of what she h- adi8j ima She wondered if he would blame toIblame his fu t her Mother wont lie down to dinner abbe finally said I la she Hir lie asked after a rao mrat She is lying down Margaret willta I take some tea up to herj k Father and daughter had but little to say to each other during the mtaJIt Their efforts at conversation were per I2fanetory commonplace an unusual state of affairs of which neither took notice You look tired father Has It boon t a hard dayr A rather trying one Jane Were having tome trouble with the bllz oerythlngtpines j Is it settled that you are to bo made I i ipresidentl It looks like It There followed a long silence By the way I have goo i news for you Mr Clegg told me toda Graydopinto the firm Isnt it groat Really iit f is quite remarkable You are not the I only person It seems who thinks n lot of that boy A partner Really Oh isnt It glo- rIous I knew he couldI told hImI hed bo a partnert before long She waited a moment and then added His father was hero today for a cu of tool Cable caught the slightly alItered tone and looked up She was trifling with hor fork palpably preoc cupiedImIm sorry I missed him said be watching her closely You like him very much dont you fatherCertainly and Im sure your moth er does The fork shook in her fingers t Shta looked up In confusion Cables eyes were bent upon her intently and she had never seen so queer a light in them Scarcely more than tho fraction t of a second passed before he lowered his gaze but tho mysterious telegraphy of tho mind had shot tho message of comprehension from one to the other Ho saw with horror that tho i girl at least suspected the true situation A moment later he arose abrupt ly and announced that he would run up to see her mother before aettiln down to some important work in bis cam y r u Graydon Is coming over tonight oho said Well be very quiet and try not to disturb you Dont work too hard daddy dear Upstairs Trances Cablo was battling with herself in supreme despair Confession was on her lips a dozen times but courage failed her When sho heard his footsteps in the hallway she was ready to cry out the truth to him JpenedIthe appeal of procrastination Walt walt wait I cried the powerful weakness In her heart and it conquered She could not tell him then Tomorrowthe next day yes but not then It was too much to demand of herself after all minutesloftto his tender inquiries Her thoughts were of another was his quick conclu sion as he fled from her presence bob tore the harsh accusations could break from his eyes In his den once more with tho door closed he save himself up completely to black thoughts He recalled his words to her uttered years ago halt in Jest and half in earnest He had hor rified her beyond expression by telling her how he would punish a wife if he were the husband she deceived With a grim lurid smile ho remembered the penalty He had said he would not kill ho would disfigure the woman frightfully and permit her to live as a HeInowj but he would not disfigure For an tlour ho sat and wondered what had boon the feelings of his old friend George Drlscoll Just before ho delib erately slew his faithless wife He jremembered saying to other friends at the time that Driscoll had done rightThis night of black shadowshe did not sleep at allwItS really the begin nine of the end lIe forgot the pros dency that was to be handed out to him Ke forgot everything but the horrid canker that gnawed into his heart and brain Day and night he writhed In silent agony a prey to the savage Jealousy that grew and grew until It absorbed all other emotions Scandal divorce dishonor murder swept before the mind of this man who had been of tho jpeople and who could not condone The people kill For a week he waited and watched and suffered What he know of men told him that they do not devote themselves to the wives of others with hon orable motives behind them He con zinced himself that he knew the worldI ho had seen so much of It The man aged years in that single week of Jealousy and suspense Ills face went I haggard his eyes took on a strange gleam his manner was that of a than troublegI Day after day this piteous frenzied man who swayed thousands with his tend stooped to deal with the smallest movements of one neon and one wo man Despite his most Intense desire to drive himself into other and higher channels hr found himself skulking and spying and conniving with but one low end In view He employed every acute sense In the effort to justify his suspicions Time and again he went home at un usual hours fearing all the while that he might Incur the pain of finding Ban sewer there He even visited the man iu ills office always rejoicing in the fact thnt he found him there at the time lie watched the mall in the morning he planned to go out of nights and then hurried home doUbI eratel but itunexpectedly Through i all ho said no word to Frances Gable I I or Jane lIe asked no questions but he was being beaten down by appro henslons all the while j i Ills wifes master convinced him that all was not well with her She dtroom a yfired pretexts by which she managed to escape his simplest advances At last overwrought by the strain ho began to resort to cunningthis man who was big enough to have gone from tho engine cab to the presidents office It required hours of struggle with his fairer nobler nature to bring himself low enough to do trickery Hepdespised himself for tho trick but he would know the truth The late afternoon mall one day brought to Mrs Cabto a brief letter typewritten both inside and out Da vid Cable saw her open and read tho tremblingYhand go to her throat and then to her blmlHoturned a full minute later Then it was calm and undisturbed but her eyes were brilliant Ho ground hIs teeth and tore upstairs without a word David Cable had stooped low enough to write this letter and he was paying for it Ho knew the contents far better than she knew them The letter purported to be an urgent appeal from James Bansemer asking her to moot him at 8 oclock that night It said yourhomeongVUIImeot i1 1n By George Barr- McCutcheon Author of Beverly of Grausirk Etc Cablo did not know that ear I IDavIdthe afternoon James Bansemer had called her up by phone to say that ho intended to speak to his son the following day unless word came toI possiblyjI j mined to tell the whole story to her i mercyII letter and that he had told her of lie Intention to go downtown Immediately I after dinner CHAPTER XV I HE dark tnufllcd figure of a man leaned against a section of the old wall that edged the lake the figure of a man who prayed with all his soul that his vigil might be in vain If she came all was overHe was not armed He had thrown his revolver away a week before His only desire now was to learn the ex obeyedIno she was coming at the call of the lover His hands twitch ed and he shivered as if with a dread ful chill His heart was shouting a warning to her but his head was urging her to come and have done with it allHe was there early long before the hour named in the decoy His eyes never left the sidewalk that clot past his own home but a short distance from the Drive They stared without blinking across the dark border through the circle of light from the arc lamp handbeyond It was very dark where ho stood The lake had battered through the sea wall for many rods at this par ticular point and no one ventured out beyond the bridle path for four of slipping down into the cavities that had been washed out by the waves His station was on the edge of the piles of stone and cement that boon tossed up to await the pleat are of the park commissioners- For awhile he tried to take Janes fu ture into consideration but it was im possible to substitute anything before his own wrongs David Cable was not the kind of man who would go on living with n faithless wife for the sake g apoloist power or true love would adjust the affair of Jane and Graydon Bansomer This was his affair Time could not adjiwt It for him At last ho saw a womans figure hur rying down the streot The wild eager hope that the light from tho electric lamp would prove it to be oth quicklydlHis Frances his wife of more than a score of years his pretty sweetheart through all those drays was false to him As ho fell back against the wall something seemed to snap in his breast a lipsWithrage and anguish he watched the hesitating approach of the woman She stop pod at the corner and looked up and down the Drive peering intently into the dark shadows by the lake The peepedthroughhalting steps she crossed the boule vard still glancing about as If in search of some one He moved for ward unconsciously almost blindly and she caught a glimpse of his tall dark figure Ho was not unlike Banse mar in height and carriage As she drew near his legs trembled and tears of despair flooded his eyes A savage desire to grasp her by the throat and hurl her into the waters beyond tho break came over him with irresistible power Then came the pltIIable collapse which conquered the mur derous Impulses and left him weak and broken for the moment With a sob he turned and leaned upon the wall his back to her his face buried in his tense armscrushed despised dishonored Kill her The horror of it swept his brain clear for an instant Kill his pretty Frances Kill Janes mother How could ho think of it It was a long time before the wretch ed man knew that she was standing close behind him and was speaking to him The sound of her Voice came through tho noise of his pounding heart as If it were far away and gen tle But what was it that she was say- Ing Her voice was angry suppressed condemningYou take it or refuse It Just as you please were the first words his turbulent senses distinguished I can pay no more than that for your Biiencc The other is impossible 1 will not discuss it again with you She paused as If waiting for blot to re spondTonight I shall tell my husband everythingthe whole story I cannot endure tho suspense any longer I will not live in fear of you another hour My only reason for coming out hero tonight is to plead with you to spare your son and Jane I am not asking anything for myself It would break Janes heart if Graydon should refuse to marry her You must have a heart somewhere in that But tho words became jumbled in the ears of her lis tener From time to time his mind grasped such sentences as these par alyzing in their bitterness pI have the letters of adoption David will not be lieve what you say He loves nle and he loves Jane I am willing to pay all donIband I will not deceive him any longer He will understand even though ho should hate me for it He will love Jane although she is not his own child David Cable seemed frozen to the spot His brain was clearing he was grasping tho full importance of every sentence that rushed from her impas sioned lips The last appalling words fell like the blow of a club in the hands of a powerful man He was dazed stunned senseless It seemed to him that his breath had ceased to come and that his whole body had turned to stone Ills wide staring eyes saw nothing ahead of him Well what have you to say she was demanding Why have you asked me to come out here You have my final answer What have you to say Are you going to tell Graydon that Jane Is not our child I must know Not our child came from the pal sled lips of David Cable so low and lifeless that the sound was lost in the swish of the water below The inter mittent red signal In the lighthouse far tout In tho sake blinked back at him but to him I1 was a steady vivid glare Do you hear me I have lied to my husband for the last time There was almost a tone of victory in the voice now Do you hear me You dont dare David will not believe you He will believe my A terrible oath choked back the hopeful words in the womans throat Murder had come back into the mans heartYou lie- David Yes its David Liar Whose child is she Tell me David David For Gods sake hear me There was no wrong I swear ill Shes not my child and theres no wrong The sardonic fciugh that fol lowed was that of a raging maniac J Youve fooled me you fiend You devilAt J that word and with one look at I er husbands terribly distorted features Frances Cable shrank back with I a single terrified cry turned from him and fled madly for her life With the spring of the wild beast Cable rushed J J With the spring of the wild beast Cable I rushed after her after her cursing her with every breath In a few yards he had almost reached her his hands outstretched to grasp her neck But at that instant the frightened womans strength sud i donly gave way Her knees received the tall of tho Ump body For a second she seemed huddled in a posture- of prayer then toppled over slipped easily forward through a fissure in the wall and plunged headforemost Into the chugging waters below In the lives even of the best men there are moments when the human instincts arc annihilated and supplanted by those of the beast Likewise have there been Instances in which the bravest have been tried in the furnace and found wanting while conversely the supposedly cowards have proved to be heroes Therefore since no two situations can occur at a different time and yet have precisely similar conditions it behooves us to forbear judging lest we be judged and to approach the fol lowing incident in this maas career as It we ourselves dwelt under a covering otglassFrom tho time of his marriage up to this moment no man could have fought better the bitter struggle of life than David Cable yet now in this hour his hour of travail and temptation bo piteously succumbed Cowardice the most despicable of all emotions held him in her grasp 1 He sank exhausted against the wall 1 his eyes fled upon the black hole through which his wife had disappeared then tho stony glare changed sud denly to a look of realization horri ble stupefy ng He crept to the edge and peered Intently into the water not i six feet below his eyes starting from i his head Black sobbing water darkness im penetrable The instinctive fear of apprehension caused him to look in every 4rectign for BfiMlb1lei ejJSit V j 1HECBEAP STPER fAR ROOfiNG j 4 I If you average the cost price 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 anyoneASBESTOSIDE and is the most eco nomical durable and easily applied siding known Ask for samples and prices H W JohnsManville Company 217231 Claybourn St Milwaukee Wis utjEfs i vjry urop or Diood In HisI I body seemed turned to ice with hor I ror Down there in that black chillI I water lay dIe body of his wife the woman he Lid loved through all these trying years and he her murderer Terrified trembling panting ho tried to force himself into the Tlth the vague hope of saving her after all but even as he looked wildly about for help a shout ready to spring from his dry throat the natural dread of the accused facing his accuser took possession of him Fear abject fear held him in grasp he could not shout A man was running across the Drive toward hlmn long loping figure tha covered the ground rapidly With a last horrified look in the water David Cable craven for the moment turned and fled through the night along the broken sea wall fled aimlessly hli eyes unseeing his feet possessed of wings He knew not whither he ran only that 1t was an assassin fleeing from the horrors behind Over the narrow strip of groun sped the long eager figure that ha darted from the shadow of the homes across the street In hoarse raucous tones he shouted after the fleeing man Stop Walt HaIti He dashed up to the spot where ho had seen two figures but a momen before the full horror of what ha happened striking him for the first time The man was Elias Droom an he had been an eyewitness to the dim indistinct tragedy at the sea wall His presence is easily explained Ho knew of Bansemers telephone mes sage to Mrs Cable together with s threat to expose her on the followin morning It was only natural that she should make a final plea that night of course The old clerk realized the danger of an encounter between his employer and his victim at a time so Intense as this He could not know that Bansemer would visit the Cable home that evening but he suspected that such would be the case It was his duty to prevent the meeting If possibleBansemer would go too far argued the old man he must be stopped That Is why he lurked in the neighborhood to turn Baosemer back before he could enter the home of David Cable He saw Mrs Cable leave the house and go toward the lake Following some distance behind he saw her cross the Drive and make her way to the soa wall Slinking along In the shadow of the buildings cursing his luck and Bauseuior jointly he saw the two forms come together out there by the laketToo late curse him for a fool Droom had muttered to himself He ought to Know this is bad business just now Hues come out to meet him too Worse Its my duty to look out for him as long as he employs me Im doing my best and 1 cant help it if he betrays himself Id like to see him but I cant go back on him while Im taking money from him Look at that He chuckled softly as he saw the two figures approach each other For all that he knew they might be con templating a fond and loving embrace and ho was not undeceived until ho saw one of the figures separate Itself run from the other and go plunging to the earth As he started up in surprise the other figure leaned forward and then straightened Itself quickly Droom did not hesitate He dashed across the street conscious that some- thIng dreadful had happened Ills in slant thought was that Bansemdr had lost his temper and had struck the woman down positive that it was Bansemcr The runner turned his face toward him for a moment The light from the street may have deceived Elias Drooms eyes but the face of the assailant was not that of James Bansemer Droom stopped short and looked after the man paralyzed with amazement Then he gave- a snorting laugh at his own stupidity Of course it was Bansemer Who else could it be- Arriving at the spot where he had lajJt seen the couple he was amazed to find no ono there He realized with horror that the woman must have been struck down had fallen or had been thrown into the lake The gaunt old clerk groaned bitterly- as he threw himself upon the wall and s peered over lute the water He listen ed for the cries and struggles of the woman Gradually his eyes solved the situation He saw the row of spiles beyond tho break in the seawall and the swishing pool inside Every Incoming wave sent a flood o water between the sturdy pesrr and into the eat ot the wan Without a moments hesitation he c1rcJIoped lnJn thl tblDDdMJ CODA a tl Ifound there A single glance had upI ward through the ho knew that the water below was not dangerously deep t A minute later he was scrambling out of this angry icy water up through rthe fissure bearing in his long arms the inert form of Frances Cable Ho had found her half submerged in the pool every sweep of the waves throush the sievelike posts covering her completely He dropped the body on the ground after reaching tho level and took a quick shuddering glance about Two sidetof the Drive He hesitated a second and then shouted to them They stood stock still in alarm Before they could respond to his second shout alias Droom was tearing the womans watch from her bolt and the rings from her fingers His strong nervous hands found the necklace that she wore and jerkdnecklacedupon the ground and trampled it with his heel The watch and rings went flying across the wall and far out into thelakeThis woman has been slugged he muchtwitd nessed Boldness was his cue for tho laterdShes been In the water Im afraid its murder The man who did it went that way Yell for the police If the assailant was James Banse smar Droon was doing his duty by doingghis duty by society TO BE CONTINUED German Gleanings Germany has only one home for lepers It was opened in 1899 Berlin is to have a 4000000 opera house the best seats in which will cost only 871k cents and the cheapest 12t centsAlthough the tragic on the Elbe does not equal that on the Rhine it never theless takes the second place In Germany and is of great economic impor tanceTho numbers of books exported from Germany by German publishers lass year exceeled 42000000 weighed 42 100000 pounds and were valued at 10000000 Woman The beauty of a lovely woman Is like music George Eliot Woman is the symbol of moral and physical beautyGautier- Woman is the sweetest present that God has given to manGuyard What Is civilization I answer the power of good women Emerson Tho sweetest thing in life is the un clouded welcome of a wife Wllls Paid In Full polntSa11yIvefor five years come next August ant- I Sally blushingly Yes Indeed golnto stallment plant Sally in his arms Pas agreeable Hiram St Louis Re public Missionary Work So you once lived in Africa Sam Yes sah Ever do any missionary work out there Sam 1 Oh yes sahI I was cook for a can libal chief sahPlckMeUp Mr Snug said the doctor gravely I am afraid your wifes mind ilis gone flI am not surprised at that re plied Mr S Shes been giving me a piece of it every day for the last fif teen years and It wasnt much to start on elder A Banquet goodifcanlooditentersitsThatsthepasty faced and thin Give it Whites Cream Vermifuge It will expel the childSoldf b fs- V TArT AS A SPfflEB His Talks to the People Winning Many Votes 00ESNT POSE AS AN ORATOR Word Pictures Not Needed to State Facts PlainlyRepublican Candi dates Clearness and Sincerity Carry ConvictionFrom decidedly apprehensive as to tho outcome of Judge Tafts speaking tours Republican leaders are now convinced that one of the wisest moves of the campaign was the deci Zion to let the Republican candidate visit as many sections of the country as possible between now and elcctlot day and talk to as many voters as the time will permit When speaking tours for Taft were first discussed the opponents of the plan based their opposi tion on tho fact that as an orator Taft cannot be compared to Bryan They argued that Taft who makes no pre t tense to oratory would be placed at a disadvantage appearing on the stump against the gifted Nebraskan But Judge Taft himself solved the problem and cleared the whole situation with one sentence in his recent speech at Sandusky 0 I cannot dwell in the cerulean blue but have to deal with facts he de clared It Is this dealing with facts ln a clear dispassionate manner that has made William Howard Taft what ho is that will cause him to gain strength every time he appears in public Tafts best friends cannot claim for him that ho is an orator But he can tell the truth and does tell it He will not have to paint beautiful word pictures of what should be done He will not have to plead with silvery eloquence for the alleged downtrodden nor call on the masses to rise up and save the coun try from the ruin which Bryan has been predicting and finding various panaceas for during the past twelve yearsWhat Taft Las to do is to state cold clear cut facts to tell the truth about himself to give to his auditors a clear and unmistakable idea of what Taft the muff is and what he stands for And this he can do and tdo welt By nature he is frank and open It would be difficult for him to dissemble if ho wished to do so Already Taft has begun making seri ous impressions on his audiences Bryan never falls to tickle his audiences In most instances ho arouses enthusiasm but it is an enthusiasm which rarely lasts v Those who listen and applaud go away and forget With the Taft audiences it is different By the clearness of his exposition and the absolute sincerity of his manner he carries conviction His auditors are soon Impressed by two things Tafts1 ability and Tafts sincerity That man means what he says is a comment frequently heard after Taft has spoken Another Taft character- Istic that is winning many friends for the Republican candidate among those who knew ribthlng of him before they saw and heard him Is his great cour t age He says what he thinks and i says it In such a way that it remains fixed in the minds of those who hear him At Athens 0 he was address Ing 400 union coal miners He told them about having Issued injunctions- I issued them he said because the rights of the plaintiffs demanded It When I nmon the bench I enforce the law And I have no apology to makeFor a minute there Was absolute sI- lence dramatic in Its intensity Then the 400 miners broke not merely Into applause but Into enthusiastic cheers After the meeting they were heard ex I pressing their views That man is on the level said one Ho doesnt hand out any con talk He knows where he stands anti Is not afraid to come straight out with a 1t thing He tint the orator Bryan is but he says things that Bryan wouldnt i dare say- Unlike many of Bryans utterances rafts utterances will bear Inspection He will make no dcclratlon that Is open to doubt I have to deal with Cads he said In some of his speeches Bryan Intoxicated with tho J 1Bound of his own words frequently statements not entirely trust worthy Taft has been too long on the bench too long in high government p- oI sltions where his utterances carried weight to permit of his making careless statements Furthermore Taft possesses to a marked degree the abil ity to discuss the most intricate sub jects in the simplest language Unproved this most conclusively at San dusky when he made perfectly plain to his audience the development of anti trust legislation and the powers and limitations of the federal government Everybody knew exactly what he was talking about and understood it clear ly yet there were few in the audience who realized that he was discussing abstruse legal problems without resort Ing to bewildering legal phraseology- As far as personal magnetism goes w Butwwhere Bryans personality is ono that creates Interest and enthusiasm Tafts n one that inspires affection and trust- Iness That man has a fine face I would trust him anywhere said a West Virginia woman who with a large party came over the mountains to hear Taft speak at Hot Springs Those who meet him feel that he is not only sincere but that ho possesses the ability and courage to handle safe ly tho many problems that confront a president It is tho knowledge of all i +th141 that makes the Taft managers tad that he Is to go Nt ud Meet tbo r 0 UNCLE SAM SOLVES THE ACROSTIC I I Philadelphia Press THE BRYAN PARROT The Same Feathered Nuisance That Screeched In 1896 In w OS as in lOCO and 1800 the domI- nant volcolu tho Bryan campaign Is the volco of tho parrot It Is Just as shrill just as Insistent and just as tneaningleeetf as it was twelve years ago and ie bound to become quite as wearisome to the public In 1890 the sleek green parrot of Bryanlsm teetered to and fro upon his comfortable swing and screeched Free silver Free silver That was the only phrase the bird could uttor and Its dlHinal iteration so exasperated the people that they grabbed tho noisy parrot from his perch and cast him Into the garbage heap But the plumed nuisance survived and appeared In the campaign of 1000 with a brand new scream This time it was Imperialism Imperialism To the unthinking that alarmist outcry was momentarily terrifying suggest ing thrones and tyrants bent on op pressing the people But It never scared tho sane people themselves even for a moment They knew it was the same old parrot singing the same old tune with merely a change of words To every challenge to a dis cussion of real political issues the par rot made but one replyIsmnnd again the feathered pest was torn from his perch and tossed into the junk pile by the public whose patience he had exhausted With his inability either to charm or frighten so rudely demonstrated in two successive trials an ordinary parrot would have dedicated himself to a fu ture of silent meditation on the follies of talking too much But the Bryan parrot Is an extraordinary parrot not an ordinary one and the campaign of 1008 finds him perched aloft again with another screed wherewith to af fright the timid and amuse the thought ful His cry this year and Its accents show that it has been rehearsed with rare patience Is Shall the people rule It fits the parrots voice to per fection und though it is as empty as his own head he accompanies it with an uprolllutr of his eyes that might scare people if they could forget for a moment that it is only a parrot screech after all The voice of tho Bryan parrot is un changed It is as rasping monotonous and as lacking in the note of sincerity as It was twelve years ago The sense less shriek of Tree silver could not mislead the people in 1800 The alarmist scream of Imperialism never dis turbed their composure for a single moment In 1000 And the shrill In sulting screech Shall the people rule can mvo no other result than to provoke their angry contempt In 1008Parrot politics will not do this year Serious questions aro before the peo plo for discussion and settlement Pub lie attention cannot be drawn away from them either by the witless chat ter of parrots or the theatrical tricks of demagogues This Is no more n par rot year than was 1000 or 1800 Mr Gompers betrays distinct signs of irritation because nobody thinks it worth whllo to get qut an injunction against his speaking his mind to the fullest extent He will awaken in November to the fact that there is a great gulf between his partisan mind and tho strictly economic purposes of labor unions The Bryan proposition that conserve atlve banks should pay for the failures of speculative banks will mot appeal te tke thrifty depositor BRYAN COULD HARM I I Danger of Placing Nebraskan In White House I i i EVEN WITH SENATE OPPOSED I I Administration and Enforcement of Laws Would Bo In His Hands The Treasury Would Be Under His ThumbNational Banks Would Be at His Mercy Nobody with brains enough to get In out of a blizzard can have patience with the argument so complacently put forth by some of the Bryanltes who want to humbug others Into believing what they dont believe themselves that Bryan can do no harm should he be elected The usual way of putting It is that there will be a Republican senate and probably a Republican house and that Bryans hands will be tied even if his tongue continues to wagcertainly a poor reason for elect Ing a president even were It true But it is not true A grammar school boy who has studied the constitution of the United States knows that Of course Bryan as president in face of a sane congress could not pass laws But the whole administration of national laws including their enforcement I which is at least as Important as pass Ing them would be in his hands He would have the treasury under his thumb the national banks would beat the mercy of n comptroller of the currency appointed by him the foreign i dllreetedisters and consuls would be named by I him The army and navy would bdun der his command Collectors postmas- terS and other officials of the civil serv ice would be nominated by him While he could not establish a tariff for rev enue only he could make things much smoother and easier for the class that come back from European trips loaded with all sorts of luxuries purchased abroad tt the detriment of American laborThen he could smash any bank that might offend him by not going into his compulsory guarantee scheme Just as his campaign treasurer Governor Has kell smashed the International Bank of Coalgatc Okln to make a demonstration of the guarantee law for the Democratic Denver convention Oh yes Bryan could do harmso much harm that it might take the coun try many long years to recover from the damage done by four years of Bryan In the White louse But Bryan will do no harm because he will not have the opportunity because the American people are going to elect as tholr president William II Taft trio candidate of the Republican party the Impartial Judge the con structive statesman the man of whom McKInley snld Ho Is the broadest and most unselfishly bravo man I know and will carry the constitution of the United States In his very blood Tafts election will be an assurance that the voters of the United States are determined to have in the White House one whose presence there will be in itself a pledge of good government of efficient and equitable administration of the laws of Intellectual and educa tional advancement and of progress and prosperity In the material affairs of the republic M r I IPROPHETIC WORDS Statement of Lawton Like an Accusation From the Grave Among the many gallant American soldiers whoso lives were sacrificed in 1tho difficult task of suppressing the Filipino insurrection none was more beloved either by his brother officers or the men In the ranks than General Henry W Lawton He realized tho ideal American soldier as completely as any of hs contemporaries and hh record in the war for the Union In VP rious Indian campaigns In Cuba dueI ing the Spanish war and In trying work which called him to the Philip pines constitutes a lustrous chapter in the annals of American valor No braver officer ever wore his countrys uniform No gentler more considerate commander ever led his troops Into battle No more chivalric leader ever gave up his life In defense of his coun trys flag- General Lawton was killed In battle with insurrectos in the Island of Luzon in 1000 while fighting at the bend of his troops A short time before the tragic close of his career he hud writ ten to a friend In the United States n letter in which he said IIlf I am shot by a Filipino bullet it might as well conic from one of my own men because I know from ob servation confirmed by captured lpris oners that the continuance of fighting is chiefly due to reports that are sent out from America- I The words of Lawton fighting a treacherous foe In a tropical country were meant as a protest against the unpatriotic antiImperialist agitators here In the United States where ox presslons of sympathy for the Insurrection I gave constant aid end comfort to the enemy Army officers of high character and rugged experience In expressedi tion would not have lasted ninety days had It not been for the support moral and otherwise which its leaders received from their sympathizers In America Chief among those sympathizers the insistent and most reckless of all was William Jennings Bryan and against him the prophetic words of the lament ed Lawton stand like an accusation from the grave For his unpatriotic course during the Filipino insurrection Mr Bryan lacked even the shadow of an excuse He had entered the military service during the Spanish war as a volunteer officer and h6 knew that the war and the Insurrection in tho Is lands could be concluded only with the unqualified recognition of American authority wherever It was asserted But in spite of that he encouraged the Filipino to continue in armed resist ance and his reckless expressions un doubtedly helped to prolong a desper ate and costly struggle which he knew In his heart could never end except in the way It was ended Mr Bryans conduct throughout that conflict which cost so much alike to the United States and to the deluded Filipinos them selves amounted to moral treason and it will never be forgiven by the survivors of those gallant men from whom it exacted the last full measure of sacrifice In devotion to duty The words of Lawton will confound Mr Bryan every time ho opens his mouth to speak on the Philippines in the present campaign He cannot es cape them They indict him for giving aid and comfort to the armed enemies of American authority and they brand him as a man who openly encouraged a desperate uprising against tho flag in Defense of which Lawton diet o 1= a DEMOCRAT ADVOCATES NEGRO DISFRANCHISEMENT National Committeeman Atwood Bry ans Close Friend Openly Favors Taking Vote From Colored Men of Kansas Disfranchisement of as many colored voters as possible Is advocated by John H Atwood Democratic national com mltteman from Kansas chairman of the speakers bureau of the Democratic national committee one of Bryans closest friends and a man who it is said Mr Bryan Intends to make at torney general If be should be elected presidentDisfranchisement of tho colored men of Kansas was advocated by Mr At wood In the following letter published In the Kansas City Post of Kansas City Kan May 7 1008 Letter Urging Disfranchisement IIDy one of those strange ironies of fate which sometimes overtake the benefactors of Individuals peoples or races the state of Kansas which has done more perhaps for the negro than any other state in tho Union is now suffering a grievous political wrong from the hands of the freed man and his descendants William A Harris would now be governor of Kansas had it not been for the ignorant negro vote and there have been times in the past when the Democratic party could have elected its state ticket had it not been for the ignorant black vote of Kansas City Kan Leavenworth Atchison Law rence and Topeka There was a time when the negro vote was not a considerable factor in Kansas politics but that time has passed The Influx of negroes from the south the rapid multiplication of those native to Kansas soil and tho increasing Insistence of the negro upon social equality make tho Kansas negro not only a political factor but a social and political menace Atwood Favors Jim Crow Schools- If the last election be a criterion the negro now holds the balance of political power in Kansas as he does in Missouri This in itsolf is bad enough but In Kansas we have suffered for long years the outrage of mixed schools fastened upon us by the Re publican politician Mixed schools lead the negroes to aspire to a mixed society and this close contact of the races IB productive of troubles from which Kansas would be free if the negro had less political power and wore not admitted to the same schools with the whites Kansas has long boon weary of the negro politician and it Is more than woary of the mixed school Patience has its limits and I believe that tho time has come when the people of Kansas will join with the people of Missouri in restricting negro suffrage- I do not advocate the dIsfranchise- ment of the negro on the ground of his color That Idea is abhorrent to the principles of fur free government and its execution would be In conflict with the constitution But our constitution will permit the disfranchisement of the Ignorant do prayed lazy vicious and debauched negro and this disfranchisement should be accomplished to the end that our free Institutions may not suffer AMERICAN GOODS ABROAD Policy of Cheaper Sales Has Consent of Both Parties Secretary Shaw estimates that out of every 1000 worth of manufactures exported from this country 30 cents worth are sold abroad cheaper than at home So far the complaint of the Democrats that our manufactures sell abroad cheaper than at home seems to be true But this Is not as great n dis count in the export trade as the ad vantage given to manufactures in the Importation of raw materials that they may employ American labor at Amer lean wages in the manufacture of goods that arc to be sold abroad In competi tion It has been the policy of the Republican party for a number of years to encourage such competition in foreign markets The drawback on materials Imported for manufactures that are to be exported Is not peculiar to tile Dingley law The same provision was in the McKinley law and It was incor porated In the WilsonGorman law by the Democrats It was lkept In the law when the Dingley act was passed be cause It became the policy of the government by common consent of both parties Lust year we Imported 10000000 worth of materials which went Into manufactures for export and the draw back was paid on about R per cent of our Imports This would make It Possible for the American manufacturers to sell about 5 per cent of their exports or 120000000 worth cheaper abroad than at home The advantage given by the drawback was given for the purpose of enabling them to go Into for sign markets and compote oven If they had to sell cheaper than at home And this advantage was given in the Democratic tariff act of 1S04 Just ns It hail been lu the McKinley act of 1800 nnd as it is now glvon by tho Dlngloy net of 1S07 It Is therefore not a partisan ques tion because it has had recognition from both political parties It Is a i port of the policy to meet competition In foreign markets rather than protec tion for the home market Its definite purpose Is to enable manufacturers in this country to give employment to American labor for the production of goods for consumption in Europe Instead of leaving that manufacture to I European producers employing European labor I i f rSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits nnd Trouters in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erate prices Expel t tailors employ ed- t J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCan eltonInd H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDlNSBURO r KY theCourtst er Special attention given to coLections road cases and criminal practice License to CourtaOffice IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watchrepaired go to T C LEWIS he knows howand does ashe V knows He has one Jof the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not 8hoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be boughtfor Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comohe is glad to welcome youland give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L II ST L TIME FABLE EAST HOUND No lie Dully Fast Train leaVM Clover Crt50 AM stops at Irvluettn and west Iulijt only arrlvoat o75AMNo ill T lallyMall sea hxprefchlcuvis C lo erport 10M A M stops at all way stations rrlves Louisville 1246 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo vorport 466 p m stops At all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 u m Train No I4B Dally Cloverport acconnn o Jfttlon arrives Olovurport 810 p mc Cl WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Rvansvlllecoarmmodatlon eaves Cloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evnnsvlllf 900 a m Train No HI Dally fast mall and express paves Clovurport1105 a m stops only at Huwosvlllo Lewispart Marco Owoosooro iianloy Spottsvllle Heeds Ilcndorf on and Evansvllle arrives fit Louts 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all station No115 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo erport llCe PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A 51 St l oulr140 A M stops at Hawosvllle OwpDShoro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111 112 113 114 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and UM Ixtween Louisville Evansvlllo and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvllleam Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvllllf 380 pm arrives Irvington 5130 p n1Train No 6 Sunday oniy Fordsvllle700n m Irvlngton 935 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1110 a moo arrives Portlsvllle 2 55 pm Train No Vent InJJIfn 7lpFordsvillem arrives li 15 p in Depth of Cyclones From the study of clouds an official of the United States weather bureau concludes that ordinary cyclones which traverse our country from west to cast are not more than two or three miles In depth although their diameter Is many hundreds of miles In other words their motion does not affect the upper regions of the atmosphere In the case of hurricanes this authority finds that the depth is greater amount Ing to as much as five or six miles But higher currents blow directly across the cyclonic and antlcyclonle areas which produce storms and fair weather at the surface of the earth Chicago Inter Ocean s Easy Money Theodore Hook was ono of the Gar rick clubs most famous members Ho generally arrived at the club late In the afternoon and never wont home till morning lie had been told by the doctors he said to avoid the night air A member of the club In Hooks time predicted the advent of the millennium at the cull of three years All right cried Hook Give me a five pound note now and I will repay you E50 at tho millennium Dangerous Gllos Hows your son gettln on up in Lunnon Gorge Very well He tells me hes got a Job partly behind the counter and partly out o doors GilesAnd what appons when the door slams London Telegraph Sales 6000 A Year storehouseeteAnnualyearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from HeroisgoodbusinessJNO D BBAGECioverplirfKy kL IIi L ELL rTwrr i j I hOTl i r J 7 0 II Q 11 Sit THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO = Issued Every Wednesday tbsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over fivo linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us j When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGESw WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1908 We have a splendid grand jury this term They ought to be able to do some good work In 1896 the cry was farm products were too low the cry now is they are too high If you want them lower vote for Bryan Do farmers remember ton or twelve years ago when they had to sell oats at 15 or 20 cents a bushel corn at 25 cents live hogs at 2 cents sheep at most any price in fact most all farm products were so low that it drove most every farmer out of the business What was G1 the cause the tariff the WilsonGorman tariff A vote for Bryan will give the farmer some more of these low prices Dr Caddie was here Monday night and spoke to a smallcrowd y at Oelzes Hall He made a fine impression and highly pleased his friends and supporters He is a nice clean man looks good and if elected the districtwill have a worthy successor to Col1 Ben Johnson But Col Johnson is still our ideal of a representative and a man He has been tried Wo know what he has done the people know it and will vote for him and elect him Welcome Fanners i Today we arc happy to welcome to our city the farmers of 4 Breckenridge who will hold their Annual Institute of two days see sion at the City Hall They are the salt of the earth and it is with xY great pleasure we entertain them in our homes Wo sincerely trust their meeting will be a profitable one and their visit to Cloverport inspiredheartsCol 1lose Witraoro head of the Bryan finance committee is not in a good humor The boys are not turning in the dough like he thinks they should He says when Bryan is elected and is in the White House he is going to plant two gantling guns on the White House lawn and the fellows who cant show his receipt for the stuff wont get within a hundred miles of the gate So you fellows who want post offices under Mr Bryan had bettor get one of his receipts or you will feel the effects qf one of his gantlings Geo B Cox the Republican boss of Cincinnati and Hamilton County PbTaft will carry Ohio by 125000 Cox it is said is one of the shrowest political observers in the country and J when he gives estimate it is considered saysNowthroughAsRepubli cans now Ho says the calling of the extra session of the legislature and the passing of the local option bill has taken the temperance Republicans besththing that has been done in the campaign a stroke of political gcnuis and will save the State of Indiana for the party When Bryan Had A Chance Mr Bryan was in the House of Representatives for four years theWayscratic It was Bryans opportunity What does the recordshowAl A 1 1 I m VashingtonnextN coordinate 7P hademployed him Ladies Suits and Skirts at prices that will please you and suit your purse Mens Ladies and Childrens UnderwearI have a full line of underwear at the low est prices Ladies Vests worth 35c at 25c Mens heavy fleeced underwear Ladies and union suits all kinds and sizes self with tho same zeal he is now displaying in his own behalf be might have induced his Democratic associates to take up some of his theories and see what they were worth Was ho afraid or wore they afraid to do so 9 Mr Bryan failed to act when he had the chance If he can do nothing as a member of Congress not oven talk in favor of his ideas what could he do in the White louse When ho was in Congress the Administration was Democratic and Mr Bryan had a clear fold President Cleveland was so dissat isfied with the tariff bill that Bryan and his associates on the Ways and Means Committee insisted on passing that ho declared it a perfidy and a dishonor and refused to sign it It became a law without his signature Wo all know what happened when Bryans tariff bill better known as the GormanWilson measure went into effect The recent panic is nothing compared with that which occurred as soon as the Bryan tariff was assured In the language of Judge Taft the passage of the bill prostrated all industries and brought about four years memorable in the history of the country as the worst financial disaster it has ever seen For this depression what was Mr Bryans remedy t Free silver the very thought of whicharistensified the depression 1 Is such a man to be trusted with the destiny of the Amer ican republic 1Leslies Weekly HARDINSBURGHAPPENINGS Busy Week At County Capital Many Personal Items About Folks You Know FOUR POLITICAL SPEAKERS Mr and Mrs Taylor Maltlngly of Kirk visited Mrs Marcia Mattingly SundayRev B A Brnndon and family left Monday for his new field of labor at Corydon Miss Lena Hensley attended the Sunday School Convention in Newport and visited in Cincinnati Sunday and Mondayrr Ed Guthrie was in Louisville last week Morris Kincheloe of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co spent Satur day and Sunday in Louisville The Rev Arthur Mather and family arrived last week and took rooms for a few days with Mr and Mrs Gus Shell man until the Rev Brandon could vacate the parsonage The Rev Mather preached Sunday and Sunday night his initial sermons here to large and delighted audiences Miss Mamie Miller has returned from a visit to Frymire and is now in Louis villeThe County Board of Education will meet here Friday October 23rdat ten oclockA number of Breckenridge county teachers will go to Mnnfords ville to the 4th Congressional Teaqrurs Association this week A big crowd attended the opening day of court Monday Mrs Evans has returned after a visit of several weeks in Kansas City There were four political speeches here Monday The Democrats were addressed at the Court House by the Hon I Ruby Laffoon of Madisonville and Congressman Stanley ot Henderson The Republicans declined an offer of the Court House and a division of time and at the City Hall were addressed by Dr Gaddie of Larue county and by Collec tor Franks of Owensboro The Mooleyville vote in the Local Option election was not officially re ported before the election commissioners met forthe court Without Mooley ville the vote stood 2140 against the you Mens Clothing- I have the biggest line of ever brought to Irvington I handle the celebrated countyDomylineraincoats and overcoats Shoes- I handle the Star Brand Shoes for men women and children r See the bargains on my 5c and lOc Counters selling of intoxicants and 722 for such sale Mooleyville voted 13 against and fifty for The Masons generously tendered their hall to the Ladies Aid who set a dinner Monday The liberal support of the people left a neat net amount to the credit of the Aid for their piano purchased some time ago haling Fine Millinery Trade Mrs James Cordrey is now enjoying the best trade she has had in many seasons which is all probably due to hel handsome stock of millinery this fal Besides pattern hats readymade hPts she keeps hat pins hair puffs hair rat veils and other finishing touches fo womenMiss Ashley is giving utmost satisfa tion and the lint buyers are charm d with her taste and talent Quite The Real Thing Mrs Bradley Martin having beet- born andlbred In New York naturally Is now passing the summer In her an cient feudal castle at Balmacaan Glen Urquhurt Inverness Scottlanc1 Her brotherinlaw Mr Frederick Townsend Martin of late has given her a birthday fete after her own heart and we read of it thus in the New York Herald Mr Martin gave a treat to the school children In the villages around Balmacaan to celebrate the birthdayl Four hundred and fifty children were present and were joined by the young and old from surrounding districts making a total of more than 1000 Mr and Mrs Bradley Martin were present and were heartily cheered they and their distinguished guests doing all in their power to make the day a happy one Coppers were scat tered among the children each of whom also got a useful present Mr Frederick Townsend Martin addressed the school children and at his cal hearty cheers were given for Mr and Mrs Bradley Martins little grandson Lord Ufllngton who was unable to be present owing to his school duties Could the art of Illusion as applied to modern Anglomania be carried to a higher pitch Here we have the humble peasantry assembling around the great monorhouse to receive lar gesse and to cheer their lord and lady Here Is aristocratic graciousness on the one side and greateful subservi ance on the other The mention of the unfortunate prior engagement of Little Lord Ufllngton adds the last touch of reality to the scene GHARMINfiYOUNfiMOTHERSAYSIIII Ifl Want To- Recommend Peruna To- Mothers I fr= MRSEWBRQOKS l I Weak Exhausted Peruna Gave New life writesff I Mrs E W Brooks 5415 S Steele St South Tacoma Wash j III want to recommend Peruna to mothers When my little girl came I i felt very weak and exhausted and it seemed that I could not regain my strength liMy mother bought me a bottle of Peruna after I had tried several other much advertised remedies without relief I had little faith as I was very weak but a week after I had commenced taking Peruna 1 was like a different woman New lifo and vitality seemed to come each day until In a few weeks I was In fine health and a happy woman Thanks to your splendid medicine I have enjoyed good health for several years I always keep Peruna on I hand as a few doses will set me right whop I am feeling badly I Catarrh of Ears Mrs G W Heard Hempstead Texas writes in regard to her son Carl liMy sbns ears had boon affected since he was a baby Ho seemed to have risings in his head Ho would be very fretful for several days then his cars would runpro- fusely what appeared to be Z corruption The last year I thought ho had almost lost his hearing and had a local physi onou2hPeOpleWho Buy Peruna Ta blIII Such artistic tableaux must take a 1 Americans more and more embarras sed and ashamed whenever anyone i tactless enough to mention the ut terly deplorable eventS which took their start on July 4 1770 Chicago Evening Post x Dont Waitt Dont wait until you get sick and have the Doctor to come and tell you that your stomach Is out of order and that you must Rest The Stomach Eat nothing but light diet for two or three weeks Eat Mothers Favorite Bread Strength Purity and Quality Made Only By The Home Bakery Label on each loaf Good For One Cent And six tickets for 25 cents makes your bread cheaper than you can make it See The Valuable Premiums I Give For Your Bread LabelsIf want a good lasting sweet taste in your mouth try some of my fresh Candy Made fresh every day With best wishes I am yours to please- S J Brown Prop Home Bakery OUR NEW FALL GOODShave been received Dentingnewhonored with your presence during Cloaks cloakI Dress Goods All wool storm serge worth 125 at 100 Black Mohairs worth 100 at 65c All colors in broadcloth worth 125 at 100 Andothers too nummerous to mention Hats Mens and boys hats and caps A complete line at the lowest prices I IJ 1 within Ho pronounced himI well and for a few weeks ho was not troubled but since that time tho discharge from his oars was almost constant and very of fensive Finally I began giving him Pernna and Lacupla and after he had takea two bottles of the Lacupla he was ea tirely cured- I cannot praise Lacupla and Peruaa I Grand Jury N T Mercer foreman J C Mercer J C Bruner Dud Gilpin G A Foote Frank Toaff R M Rowland C A Eskridge Zenus Clark John A Kennedy J W Nichols and J 0 Hook Ask Mrs Duncan about Mothers Favorite bread 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In All Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sysr tern thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The troprletors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress J Cheney A Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 7SC Take Halls Family Pills for constipation II may the next ten days Childrens clothing clothing Special Prices This Week 71HoosiorGood Cotton 4c Best Calicos IeGood bed blankets worth75c per pair 5k ityGoode poundforgoods as cheap as the cash for I have strictly one price to all Your little child can buy goods as cheap as you can EDWARD F ALEXANDERIRVINGTON KENTUCKY Breckenridge News IT5he CATARRH Elys Cream Balm- Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrhand drives away a Cold in the FEVERstores Druggists centsElyWEDNESDAY OCT l4j 1908 PERSONAL AND LOCAL New RuchingsNolte- First class shoesNolte Umberella sale at Allens Ladies new cloaks Nolte Blankets 50c a pair at Allens Swell line facinators at Allens Extra fine new country sorghum NolteMiss Ola Fallon has returned from Big Clifty- f Mrs Faith of Owensboro was here SundayGood Sewing Machine for sale at Allens Mr and Mrs J J Dyer are visiting in Phiipot f John Neubauer has returned from OwensboroMrs Pate has returned from the country Chas Moorman of Versailles spent Sunday here Mrs Cox of Canneltonis the guest of Mrs Chism Miss Florie Hardin of Holt is the guest of friends Miss Lois Basham was here from Skillman Saturday I David Murray Jr of Hardinsburg spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs H A Oelze had a fine visit to Owensboro Mr and Mrs John Lawson spent Sunday in Waitman Mr and Mrs WH Bowmer have re turned from Louisville Mens womens and boys Ribbon and Dick coats at Allens Sam Keith has gone to Elizabeth town for an indefinite stay Mr and Mrs Mike Siem were here t from Hardinsburg Sunday Miss Cilia Owen of Florida is the guest of Dr and Mrs Owen Received a nice line of school shoes Conrad Sippel The Shoe Man Always get the best shoes by going to Conrad Sippel The Shoe Man Graham Polk and Chester Polk of Tobinsport were here Saturday Curtis Coomes of Owensboro spent Sunday with Mrs Wm Hoffious Joe David Brashear has arrived from Louisville to spend the winter here Mrs Dutschke of Ammons spent unday Sunday with Mrs Joe Fitch Peter Rutt spent Sunday in Evans Ville the guest of Miss Dessie Roll Miss Lucile LaNeave is attending a private college for girls in Nashville Miss Eva Herndon has arrived from Irvington to visit Mrs James Lewis John H Tindall and Cy Vaughn of Hancock county were in town Satur dayArch spentSundayWine New Cereals Hanning Dried Fruit Seeded Raisins All the good things Nolte 1 Does the BabyThrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs Scotts Emulsion It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requ- iresSCOTTS EMULSION I v Halt a teaspoonful three or 4dfour times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Send this advertisement together with name of paper In which It appears your address and few Cots to cover postage and we will send WorldLl 1COT1I BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York I u n h h U 5 Mr and Mrs Benton Eubanks and daughter Alice are at home at the Pate House Mrs Fred Hawkins of Stephensport is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Nathanial Tucker Miss May Cox of Muncie Ind is here to spend the winter with her aunt Mrs Marion Brown Mr and Mrs Prince Davis are at home at 0J5 Third Avenue Louisville Mr Davis was here Friday Margaret WroeJ and Miss Bessie Mitchell went to Addison Friday even ing to spend the week end Miss Alma Perkins has returned from a visit to friends and relatives at HardinsburgIDr W N Casper dentist will be everyIJMr and Mrs Blanchard family moved to Brandenburg this week to enter the grocery business Mrs Reuben Marlow has returned- to her home in Owensboro after spend ing several weeks here with relatives Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each woek except wtek follow jf4th Monday Carl Elleningsworth of Louisville was the guest of friends at Hawesville Sunday and was here on business this weekMrs Mannie Moorman and Mrs John Kincheloe will arrivefrom Hard insburg this week for a several days visitMrs Attilla Cox has returned home from Covington Ky where she has been the guest of Mrs Will Martin Louisville Herald Mr and Mrs D H Severs have re turned home from Barboursville W Va after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs Mrs I G Gilmour of Calhoun and Mrs Timmons of Ashhyburry have arrived to spend the winter with Mr and Mrs J C Epley Wesley Steele spent last week visit ing friends at Tobinsport Mr Steele is a welcome visitor at every home on the Indiana shore and always enjoys his visits there Mr and Mrs Ridgely Cayce have give up their home on Third avenue and will be with Mrs B H Shepherd 1708 Fourth avenue for the winter Louisville Herald DeWitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills easy to tdke safe sure and gentle Get Early Risers They are the best pills made We sell them Sold by all Druggists SOCIETY NOTES 0 Mrs Lathrope Tracy Reid will be at home this afternoon to a number of guests from 2 to 5 oclock Miss Marion Hawes Bowmer will be the honored guest 000 delightI fully entertained last week by Miss Anne Jarboe will have its last meeting of this season at the court this after noon Miss Jennie Mabel Harris will be hostess 000 Mr and Mrs Wilson Henkle gave a most attractive dinner at their country home Sunday of last week Three courses were beautifully served after which the guests spent pleasant after noon chatting and enjoying them selves Those invited were Mrs EmmaHardin Mr and Mrs John Warfiejd Mr and Mrs Mike Hen dricks Miss Clara Hardin Knott Hardin Mr and Mrs Orrin Hardin and little Miss Louise Henkle 000 Mrs J H Wills was the guest of honor at a dinner given to a most interesting company of friends at the home of Mr and Mrs James Stites in Louis ville Thursday Among the guests were Capt Fritz of Chicago and Capt Ford of Cleveland Ohio who are in Louisville in the interest of Salvation Army work Mrs Stites has for a number of years been interested in the Salvation Army movements and well do many Cloverport people remember her delightful friend Ensign Allcott who visited here Capt Ford is doing wonderful good for Christianity in the larger cities and in doing it he is filling a promise he made to God twentyone years ago Capt Ford was a whisky paralytic and a saloon keeper He said that one night a tiny little woman a member of the Salvation Army came in his saloon fell down upon her knees and prayed earnestly for his conversion Ho laughed at ner sarcasticly and threw a glass of beer on her head Then she arose and walked gently toward the door As she started out she turped to him with the beer dripping over her beautiful Christian face and uttered softly May God bless you he can save you The last words rang con tinually in his ears for days until a de sire was created in the very depths of his heart that he might become a dif ferent man It was not long until he closed his saloon and he promised God if he would make him well he would t o n e- J I give hh life to Christian work Besides devoting his time to the Salvation Army Capt and Mrs Ford have rear ed seven orphans and established them in business N Capt Fritz is an ambitious young man He is brave He is strong and hopes to do great things for Christianity through the Salvation Army 000 Mr Harold Murray was host to a pleasant dinner party Sunday The in vited guests were Messrs Robert PierceStuart Babbage and Miss Mildred Babbage 000 Mrs Emma Skillman gave an all day dinner party Friday to the following friends Mrs Leon McGavock Miss Lucy McGavock and Mrs Hilary Hardin 000SMiss Marion Bowmer will be exten sively entertained this week Mrs Chas Skillman gives a reception Fri day afternoon and Miss Elizabeth Skillman will entertain for her Satur day CHURCH NOTES The Baptist Young Peoples Union and the Epworth League will have a joint meeting Sunday evening Novem ber the fifteenth at the Baptist church A special musical program Is being ar ranged by Mrs Proctor Keith and the occasion is being anticipated with much pleasure 000 After seventeen years of faithful and conscienstious service to the Sunday School of the Methodist Episcopal church John Burns resigned as Super intendent Sunday During the entire time that Mr Burns has filled the place he has ever commanded the respect ot his coworkers and the honor of the Sunday School children It is with re gret that many see him leave the chair it is hoped that he will not retire but will continue to hold an office in the schooll The Rev Currie presented Mr Burns with a gold pin as a token of esteem from the teachers The Sunday School rejoices that Ira Behen was elected by the quarterly conference as Superintendent He is the kind o- man f by which every office in the church should be filled Mr Behen will have no trouble in gaining the cooperation- of the members of the school 000The Lucile Memorial church is issuing exquisite invitations to their an nual Bazar which will be Held the firs day of Decemberooo Methodist prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 oclock Subject The Sunday School and Its Relation To The Church H Official Board Meeting Wednesday evening at 8 oclockB Currie P C 000The Young Peoples Union of the Baptist church are exceedingly jubilant this week over their new piano which purchasedItis ant excellent instrument 000Regular services at the St Rose church Sunday morning at 1015 oclock HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Ono way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 31 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and Is October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 15 970 to St Louis and return from Cloverport Oct 13 J4 and 15 goo to return Oct 29 on account of Nati onal Association of GrVxindealers 300 to Louisville and return from Cloverport Oct 19 20 21 good to re turn Oct 23 on account of Gran Lodge of Masons ac Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first third Tuesdays via L H St L DJtvless County Fair Owensboro Ky Oct 610 155 round trip from Cloverport Oct 5678910 good to return Oct llth Fall Meeting Louisville Jockey Club 3- turnSeptember Cloverport to Louisville and 28 good to retu October 19 Also sell Sept 30 tober 37 10 34 17 good returning two days from date of sale DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pill s are just what you need and what you should get right away for pain in the back backache rheumatic pains and troublesIThousands of people suffer 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 Kid ney and Bladder Pills Thdy are antiseptic and promptly spothe the pain Dont fail to insist upon DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We sell them Sold by all Druggists V 1 = t 41 l III crl 7r1 Wantsl + = J J7 + FOR KENTA furnished room In a rosl convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at tbo News oaice FOR SALBSmall cottage known as the rocklnrldKoDank FOR SALEStundord gas onalno oil and Bruckonrlagt News Office FOR UENITwo splendid rooms In the building suitable for a small business SALEScholnrshlp in Bowling Green University Bowling Green Ky Breck enrldxo New- sHEATER and cooker combined stove for News office FOR SALETwelvo nice stock Ewes and k See L Walker at Walkers Bakery Hardlnsburg FOR SALETho Alex Boyd property on St call on R L Newsom WANTEUSuccess MaKazlne requires the In to look after expiring subscriptions andto secure new business by means of special methods prefer qualifications option Address with references R O Pea tdgNewLOST on Sept 2nd Childs Gold Locket with monogram N L L on the outside and InstdeFindervlngton Iy and receive reward NOTICE ColumbiaTrust BrickdodatlyIsunduysoffice of the said Columbia Trust Company In the Columbia Bide Louisville Ky for the lgdedestateof claims against the as TileCompany Farm Wanted IWish to hear quickly from sell DIRECT TO good farm of any size In OWNERSIINot particular about OWNERS only need willing to close their own deal x Ith BUYER without paying any mission to anyone I am no directIIaccept no commission I wish withOWNERSsave paying a fancy price to some agent write quickly Give price and de scription so I can please my many plucetoyourlowestL OARBYSIIIRE Box mz Rochester- N Y MORE WATCHES priceston them than you will find at most places Severs Drug Co V6 BABBAGE Attorney at Law and Notary Public Cloverport Kentucky Read this ad before you read anything else in this paper and if you are In trouble over any matter I can pull you out all right The cost can be adjustec1lnter Do you want a contract deed or any legal paper drawnj Then call at my office and dont bother the law yers over at Hardinsburg about it Do you want to borrow a little money sell or buy a good farm farmdor have you one to sell at a bargain Do youwant Life Insurance in the best company in the worldthe Equitable of New Yorkwhose ad mitted assets are over four million two hundred and twentyseven writedit for you Do you want to buy 8000 worth of bank stock in the Bank of Clover port If so I have it for sale acconntsdor any you want collected or closed up by mort gage If so bring orsend them to me If you can not call to see me at my place of business in Cloverport drop me a line through the mail and I will give the matter immediate at tention Respectfully V G Babbage 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 meth ods in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions abso lutely guaranteed graduates Full in formation in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY pet E Owinsboro Ky U L1 w rdMtVJ JtN 1 I FALL I ARRIVALS I Outing Cloths Flan neletts Canton- Flannels Blankets Comforts J c NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY aIIP MMMMMVYYU YYMMM IiR Cadick Milling Co 4 IIdJIII 4 I Dont I Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work We 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 Customer Always One l Cloverport Foundry I CoI live like lords good home made pies cakes and equal to those used to make use CADICKS FLOUR no better flour As flour part of our liv important that and pure Gold Dust you will be sat on using it Indiana KentuckyYou OF and and 1003 receive the attention as and we appre busines9 and in Interest Deposits paid on CLOVER KY PORT We have in stock about 125 Shingle Tile suit able for roofing harm sheds and any kind which we offer at 200 Per Square These Tile will make an Please call and ex amine them THE MURRAY TILE CO I I Cloverport Before and After Ta- kingShorthand A young man was drawing 50 a month He tooka course at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS A year later his salary was 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 in crease the first year The second year he was getting 400 a month 4800 a year 4200 yearly INCREASE the yearGet tight now You will be well started on your work when the Fall enrollment comes Be graduated at the time when not mnny are graduating and have just so positionEnroll Clarks School of Business 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky YA1UE OF RAW APPLES D H You Want to Live Long Eat Plenty of This Fruit Many persons fancy that raw apples are Indigestible and only endurable In tho early morning Doubtless the old adage that fruit Is gold In the morning liver In the middle of the day and lead at night Is to some extent answer ImpressionfDietitians say that rips raw apples contain more phosphates In proportion to their bulk than any other article otI food Ash not excepted A recent writ 1i er on this point boldly declares that In this lies the secret of healthful longer tty They correct blllduaness and actp- S as a sedative upon the racked nerves and allay Insomnia Eat uncooked apples constantly alt though of course In moderation and drink distilled water only and years Will be added to your life while the I tomIingThis argument Is based on the sup position that as age advances the des posits of mineral matter In the system Increase and that aging Is little more than u gradual process of ossification Phosphoric acid contains tho leastr mount of earth salts and for that ren ion Is probably the nearest approach to tho elexir of life known to the scien tific world If you want to live long retain your youth at the same tlmo and to In crease your brain tissue cut plenty of apples drink only distilled water and at as little bread as possible Tart apples are far more wholesome than sweet and all like potatoes should be fully ripe when eaten A NEW WALKING SKIRT e Model In Lightweight Cloth Smart Fort Fall Wear Crosswise lines In pclrts are a fea ore of the newest gowns and suits but the lines arc so perfectly arranged that they sedom reduce ones height The curved line running from side to side across the front of the skirt shown in the illustration Is very odd m OHOS8W18K LINE IN Nnw SHIRT and Is just the thing for a walking skirt giving ns it does the much de 1 nelCC3Sltut1Ugper tart of the skirt is circular pure and simple and the only deviation from this ashionablo model are the front pieces across the bottom and the graduated panel buttoning down both RP91119 Weak Heart Action There are certain nerves hthat control the action r of the heart When they become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pain around heart y choking sensation palpi 1 tation fluttering feeble i or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms follow i Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially i adapted to the needs of I musI cular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic thats brings speedy relief Try it For years I Buffered with what Ithought was stomach trouble when hearttroublewhen the Dr Miles almanac came Into try toDrtaken three bottles and now I am not Buffering at all I am cured andr this medicine did It I write this in r the hope that it will attract the at tention of others who suffer an I did MRS D BARnON 804 Main St Covington Icy l Your Miles Heart Cure and weauthorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls i to benefit you Jblilis Medical Co ElkhartInd r i tf 1 f n r Bad BackacheSuch suffer every month from backache b It necessary Ne It can be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by tak ing a medicine with specific cura tive action on the female organs and inactions which acts by rev lieving the congestion stopping tile pain and building the organs and functions ep id a proper state of health Try WINEOF CARDUII WOMANS RELIEF I suffered for IX years writes Mrs Malluda A Akert of Daiham Va with various female troubles I had such a backache that It drew me ever so I could not stand straight The doctors could not help me so I tock CardIII and BOW I feel like a sew woman At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVJCE symptomsThe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 38 A lightweight cloth would make up charmingly In this style and the suit could be worn far Into the fall or a dark colored linen would give great service and satisfaction if cut In this style The depth of the set on piece at the bottom must be regulated by the height of the wearertwo Inches more or less will alter the whole ef fect while another point to be careful about Is having the curved line slope gently to the midslde Instead of lotting It continue around the back or stop In front before the middle of the side Is reached Fig Ice Cream Fig Ice cream Is probably tho least sickening form of using figs as a dos sort as it is not so rich as figs in puddings and custards Cover throequarters of a pound of chopped figs with n teacupful of warn water and lot them stand for a hall hour or until they soften mashing oc casionallyScald quart of rich cream with u scant half pound of sugar add the figs and put all through the vegeta ble press or leave the figs in larger pieces If preferred When cool freeze stir well before packing and set away for three hours to ripen A nice change Is to stir in a pint of whipped cream Just before packing A quarter of a pound of sliced cherries and ctron chopped finely can also be added If you use wine a small glassful of sherry can be added Instead of the whipped cream It cuts the sweet taste and is a groat improvement To destroy flies in a room take half n teaspoonful of black peppfct In powder and a teaspoonful of cream and mix well together Place In room on plate where flies are troublesome and they will soon disappear SentencesI more sentences of Inordinate length than any other classic writer of modern English prose Frederic Harrison some years ago counted the words In a num ber of typical sontonces finding that In I the earlier books It was no uncommon thing for Ruskin to run beyond the page before permitting himself and his readers the relief of a full stop but In every case the sense Is ps clear as day Wordsworths poem on the Charac ter of Happy Warrior Is a notable example of sustained connections Apart coupletsthocompound sentences almost entirely comprised of adjectival clauses The longer of tho two sentences contains fiftyseven decasyllabic lines This is probably a record In English verse Dundee Advertiser Few Thin People Have Doubles I have boon told said the thin wo man that there Is a woman over in Brooklyn who looks just exactly like me If there is it is an unusual case of a double said a photographer Thin people very soldom havo doubles In my business I meet many pairs of people who look alike In every case the most extraordinary resemblances are between persons who are stout Scientifically I cannot explain tho likelihood of heavyweights possessing the expressionMaybenil angles nnd hollows and destroys in dividuality of outline New York Sun Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty di gestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens stomach bowels and liver and purifies the blood Itching tortuing skin eruptions disfigure annoy drive one wild Doans Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures Fifty cents at any drug store U I A PHOTOGRAPHIC HINT Interesting Homemade Christmas and Birthday Post Cards There are few homes that do not contain some curios or objects ot marked Interest not necessarily valu able that are treasured for associa tion by the different members of the family Now if these objects are HOME MADE TABLE nicely photographed and converted Into birthday or Christmas cards such mementos would be vastly more ap preciated by and Interesting to the va rious scattered members of the fools ly than the usual prettypretty greeting cards of Which we ore all getting a little weary The amateur photogra her may find these treasures n little hard to take so the following advice from an expert Interior photographer may be helpfulThe first need Is a table or stand for the object Most ordinary tables are too low and also troublesome to clear and to move about an ordinary room After various experiments I have arrived at a very simple and practical arrangement which any one can maltp ant a trifling cost and trou bleIn one of the illustrations you have a general view of my table or stand seen In an ordinary room A door cur tain acts as background By over sight rather than design a part of an old grandfathers clock is included but It may serve to give some rough Idea of the slue of the stand From the grocer i obtained a box without ilid This measures two feet long fit teen Inches wide and six inches risen Three broomsticks wore bought aul all cut to exactly the same length viz three feet nine inches Inside tho two front corners of the box open side downward arc fixed two of the broom sticks The third broomstick leg Is fixed to the inside of the middle of the opposite long edge of the box Nulls may be used but screws are stronger and safer Lastly I bought three window blind laths Those are about an Inch wide and onequarter inch thick Two of them are cut to two feet nine Inches In length The third may conveniently be two foot long The two lower laths are used as backs ground supports and nre fixed to the outside of the table top near the right and left hand ends The third is fixed to the mWe of one end of the box For fixing these three laths use one short stout screw for each This en ablos you to turn these three partA of the apparatus downward when the table Is not In use It may then bestowed In any out of the way corner a cover thrown over It and be made useful If required In the other illustration you see the apparatus In use A shoot of rough brown paper Is attached to the background laths using drawing pine This paper Is also large enough to cover the table top as well as to serve as background The object chosen Is a Derby biscuit figure To the rigt and opposite the room window is placed the reflector In this case IIi sheet of white card which leans against the shortor of the three laths SHOWING STAND IN USE Of course as you see matters in this picture tho Derby figure looks absurd ly small and insignificant but you must remember that It was taken to show the general arrangement rather than the figure In actual practice tho figure and J Dockgrouud only would be shown on an adequately larger scale Not a Special Privilege Mrs Jones a suffragette I dont ask special privileges Mr Jones What I do ask Is that you for instance a man should treat me exact ly as you vould another man Instead of talking small talk and treating me like a thing to be protected and all that assume toward mo the attitude you Ho to Mr Warrington Treat mo like a good fellow Mr Jones quickly Why certainly old chap Lend mea fiver w111 you I u I V The ankH and Trust nIill B F BEARDPresident M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier i Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely bank can afford to pay 4T JI DROWNED PERSONS Absence of Water In the Lungs Nat- Not Indicate Murder Several cases have been reported tm the newspapers recently in which tho absence of water in tho lungs of persons found immersed In ponds and rivers has led to the conclusion that death had occurred before immersion and that the crime was therefore mur der and not suicide As the matter is of great criminal importance per mit me to call attention briefly to the report In 18G2 of a commUteS appoint ed by the Royal Medical and Chlrur gical society of London to Investigate this question It was a well known fact that In most drowned persons water was not sound In the lungs and it was supposed by many that In drowning n spasmodic1 contraction of the entrance of the windpipe took place which prevented the entrance of wa ter Tho committee mnde a very careful and prolonged Investigation and came to comMivhna which I summarize as follows First Water does enter the lungs in drowning In animals drowned by immersion in water the lungs If exam ined immediately afterward are full of water If a dog be drowned In plaster of purls the plaster is found in the smallest tubes In a guinea pig whose nose only lion been immersed in meretiry the globules of mercury penetrate the finer tubes Second1f the examination be de lured for severalI hours or longer as Is generally the case no water finny be found in the lungs absorption hav ing taken place even after death In experiments upon animals It was found that forty or fifty ounces of water could be Introduced into the lungs without any of the liquid being detected there an hour or two after drownIIngination was delayed for several hours after death fragments of water plants and other foreign substances may be found in the windpipe and larger tubes without any water being de tected In the tissue of the lungs Ab sorption of water takes place In the lungs even after death and therefore the absence of water In the lungs many hours after death has no bear ing upon the question of murder or suicide It Is very Important that this fact should be generally known ABrayton Ball In New York Times Aftermath Aftermath Is a persistently ill used word Early July is the time of the math that is the first mowing of the meadow Tho short grass with a sufficiency of rain will grow again and later will come the second mow or aftermath The phrase thestorm and its aftermath seems u favorite with some story writers but it Is dif ficult to understand how a storm can have a second mowing S After n heavy meal take a couple of Doane Regulets and givevour stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Rcgulets bring easy regular passages of the bowels Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect its Prevalency of Kidney Disease alarmingof While kldneydis orders the most common diseases that vail they almost last recognized by patient and phy sicians who con tent themselves inal origeWhat To Do There is comfort in knowledge so often expressed that Kilmers yfulfillspain in back kidneys liver bladder passageItand scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manytimesthe extraordinary effect of SwampRoot highestfortressing cases If you need a medicine you should have best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all bothsenUreclby TInNM R ln Tlin are pre arc the the Dr the the w 6 hamton N Y When nomoofewampiioot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Dont makolany mlstakelbnt remember th name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Hoot and tho address Binghamton I on arerv tottln q f I Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 Eskridge Beard Richardson Kincholoo Robertson Beard depositsno ktdneydisease SwampI W n BOWMEN President A B BKILIJJAN Cashier F L LIOHTTOOT Vlcerresldent CHAB BKILUIAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 20 am 220 pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm II 7 15 am 2 15 pm II Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm iII Troy 7 3S am 2 32 Arrive French Lick V10 20 am 545 pm Arrive West Baden 10 30 am 5 55 p nt Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lickg3 16 Rpcftport 2 52 ClnneltonII I 2 72 Tell CityII I 2 60 Troy 2 44 E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo y I THE j Fifth AvenueI i f HOTEL I e 1 KyIa r DIRECTORS managed ratei CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE INCORPORATED TELEGRAPH CO I ofthisdistanco l anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Mississippiandyou quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWereason able Equipments and unsur passed IRS E CALDWELL Presided LELAND HUME L General Manager Color Of the light rays that fall upon an object some are taken up by the object and others are reflected It Is to the reflected rays that wo are to turn for the explanation of color For Instance a sheet of white paper Is white because all the seven kinds of light are reflected from its surface while the sunflower Is yellow because when light falls on It tho violet Indigo blue and green rays are selected for ab sorption and yellow principally Is rev fleeted The reflective rays received by the eye produce the sensation of color This is an of near ly all the colors that exist Poison Hemlock Water hemlock is a deadly plant common in most neighbor hoods Its roots are eaten qften In spring by mistake for some edible root and death frequently results Cattle are often poisoned by drinking water In marshes where It grows The poison hemlockfrom which the Greeks made poisons Is a near relative to the water hemlock It stands from two to seven feet high and has clusters ofj small white flowers and large paraleyllke leaves The stalk being hollow Is of ten made Into whistles by country boys and many children are poisoned la this fashion M- Sa n r Morris G W D S Dr A M C V B F Now Cannelton pm country To West Baden3 20 I 2 56 It 2 76 4 264II 2 48 tlThe most centrally located and oniIflrstclass hotel In tbe city making tOO ai the i Street cars pats tbe door to all pars IOf the cltv- Everything neat and clean t r1r a t1r1 i facilities explanation T D WEBB Treasurer J W HUNTER Jr Secretary ttI SEEDSIBUCi18EES SEEDSSUCCEED t SPECIAL OFFER w111makeyeaourpermanentcutomer hPrize N trSSklodatTLtayt1varleneelt0lprla PLEASEWrite Paper y CENTSla a fn We hiJPlutlocMnocaroanruM1 Cold Weather Advice lto all is to beware of coughs and colds a rendilyleadother pulmonary troubles Just ftssoon as the cough appears treat it with Ballards Horehound Syrup the standard cure of America Use Us directed perfectly harmless A cure and pre lungsPrice sold by A R Fisher 1 t s- F 1 RAYING A TROMBON A Rather Easy Matter the Musi cian Seemed to Think SUCH A SIMPLE INSTRUMENT Rut Somehow or Another the Ex planation Only Muddled the Man Who Wanted to Learn and Who De cided to Tacklo an Accordion The band WUH playing loudly In the Trlnkfcstblerpirtcn and the little bald eaded mail had his eyes fastened Inter c oiy on the trombone player When the players stopped to recuperate he beckoned the man who works tho loose horn over to his table and ordered two glasses of sehoenesbrnue My name Is Biggs said the man whose hair was absent One of my lungs is trying to quit work and the doctor advises me to break up Us shiftless habits by blowing a brass The careless way you yank that pump horn looks good and I want you to put me on What do you want to know asked themusicianJust about how you handle that wind machine so nonchalantly The trombone Is very simple re- liled the muslkcr wipIng his Ups which curled In thick red vqlutese The slide Is divided Into seven shifts or positions about three Inches apart Starting with the lowest note in the first positIonthe slide closedyou get B flat Push out the tubes and you hit successively A A teat Q F sharp Fond E Thats only seven notes objected Biggs Yes Getting the rest depends on how you pucker your lips In the first position you can make figuring up ward B flat FD flat DF B flat and- O In the second you obtain A E A O sharp E G and A The third gives you A lint E flat A flat C E flat and A flat It works out the same all the way down There arc higher notes that I didnt mention but you wont want to mon key with them But n good player has a compass of more than three octaves Biggs looked troubled Let mo see he said You start In the first position with B flat Yes replied the otherthat is provided you ore playing In the bass clef In the treble clef tho first post tion Is C- Whntl claimed Biggs Its one note one time and another another In the treble clef explained the musician the trombone Is a B flat horn In the bass clef It Is a C horn Biggs mopped his brow Say that again will you he ap caled Dont you see came the answer When the first position Is C Its a B flat horn When tho same shift is B flat Its a C horn Biggs unbuttoned his coat You may call this thing simple he salt but If it Is Ill give myself up at the nearest asylum You are talking antonymsThe grinned Well take one thing at a time he said In getting ut what a B flat horn Is lets consider a cornet Lets If Its simpler said Biggs hopefullyIts Its always u B flat horn replied the other Then he add ed Exrept when Its an A horn Biggs gave a sickly smile The lowest note on a cornet when open when no Ikeys are pressed down Is really B flat said the bandman Rut Ir Is nIctJ C After suffering for seven years ds woman was restored tohealth y d Vegetablempound her letter Mrs Sallie Frencb1 of Paucaunla hid Ter writes toAirs Pinkham t I had female troubles for seven years was all rundown and so ner yons I could not do anything The doctors treated mo for different troubles but did me no good While In this con 0 dition I wrote to Mrs PInkham for ad rice and took Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound and I am now strong and well 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 andbas positively cured thousands tJl womenwho have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodio pains backache that bear UtVUJ IT l feeling flatulency indines tionjdizzhiessjornervousprostration Why dont you try it Dont hesitato to write to Mrs Pinkham if there is anything about your sickness you do not understand She will treat your etterinconfldonce andadvisoyou free No woman ever regretted J writing her and because of her i vast experience she Las helped thousand Addreu Lynn IIUI1 n IJ That doesnt make It C said Biggs For nil practical purposes It does was the reply There Is a reason for doing this but its complicated and at present Im keeping to simple facts Yes Indeed murmured Biggs In an orchestra for instance when the first violins are playing In 0 nat ural the cornetists score Is two semi tonos higher nnd Is thus written In D two sharps When the violins are lor in D the cornet player Is toot In E or four sharps But If things kept on this way the cornetist would soon be lost In a confusion of sharps and double sharps so he slips an A crook on his instrument That raises the signature three semitones When the fiddles play in A or three sharps the cornetist is blowing along the easy path of C natural Look here said Biggs If my wife is playing Under the Pink Lilac Bush on the piano couldnt I play with her from the song Not unless you can scoreIpose as you go along sician The system looks queer at first but Its logical Its purpose is to bring the same music within the nat ural compass of all the Instruments of a band or an orchestra But I you are going to ploy the trombone you wont have to bother your head about any of this as trombono music Is now adays always written In the bass clef Then what have you been talking about It for and mixing me up shouted Biggs Jumping up What are you getting mad about asked the trombonist Im not mad replied Biggs Im only going to make my will and buy an accordion Washington Post No Longer a Secr totSo that great Inventor Is dead and his wonderful secret Is lost Not at all Ho told It to his wife Just before he died Yes thats what I mean Philadel pbla Press People seldom Improve when they nave no model but themselves to copy after Goldsmith English Etchings Between 30000 and 40000 tortoises are Imported Into Great Britain annu allySmoking by womon In restaurants Is vory largely on the Increase In Lon donThe beefeaters the kings bodyguard on state occasions consist of a cap tain six ether officers and 140 yeomen Marriage Is on the decrease In Eng land and the Throne says very seri ously and earnestly that It Is because of the suffragette agitation Women In England seem to have taken more kindly of late to journal Ism and every ono Is scribbling ac cording to one authority from the peeress to the porters daughter New York City Nearly onethird of all the children born in New York city die before they become three years old When New York city gets Its water from the Catskills tho longest flow will be from a point 130 miles from the city hall Inside of twelve years New York promises to be the largest city on the earth It Is now growing more than six times as fast as London Now York citys smallest borough has the largest population Manhattan with Its 14038 acres has a population of 22nOOOO and Queens the largest borough with 82803 acres has a popu lation of 224000 Now York Herald A Shaking Up may all be very well so far as the trusts are concerned but not when it domes to chills and fever and malaria Quit the quinine and take a real cureBal lards Herbine Contains no harmful drugs and is as certain as taxes If it doesnt cure you get your money back Sold by A R Fisher Earth and Moon Thu moons real diameter is 21GO miles not much more than a fourth of the earths Her surface Is 14600000 square miles or between a thirteenth and a fourteenth of the earths Tho earths volume exceeds the moons nearly fortynine and onehalf times but the moons material Is lighter than the earths for the onrths mass exceeds hers not fortynine and onehalf times only but nearly eightyone and onehalf times New York American Historical 1 Revelation How dfd you distinguish Achilles from the girls asked the Greeks How could you see that he was a man in womans garb Ho didnt explained Ulysses drop his handkerchief every time he turned aroundKansas City Journal Slightly Colder With Snow When you see that kind of a weather forecast you know that rheumatism weather is at hand Get ready for it now by getting a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment Finest tiling made for rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore and stjff joints And muscles all aches and pains 25c SOc and 100 a bottle Sold by A R Fisher In His Line Im surprised that you should be so Interested In watching those silly dudesForce of habit I guess Im president of a real estate improvement companyWell Well theyre a vacant IptFhlla delphla Press Lo THE PLAIN TRUTH What Mure Can Cloverport Peo pit Ask When wellknown residents and high ly respected people of Cloverport make such statements as the following it must carry conviction to every reader- J C Weatherholt living on high St Cloverport Ky says Two years ago I did not think it possible that I would ever be a well man and In fact I have setteled up my affairs believing it would not be possible for me to last much longer I cannot describe the misery I endured from pains through my back and whenever I stooped they would become so sharp that it really felt as if some one were thrusting a knife into my kidneys I often became dizzy dark spots would float before my eyes and I would have to grasp some thing to keep from falling My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton My kidney secretions contained a sediment and doctors medicines did not help me nor did the many gauranteed cures that 1 took It was finally my good fortune to hear about Doans Kidney Pills and I immediately procured a box at Fishers drug store I was surprised at the results receivedand before I had used the contents of the first box there was a marked improvement in my condition Thus encourages I continued using them until completely cured and I am now as well as any man in this county I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit and recommend them at evAy opportunity- For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole aeents for the United StatesRemember the sameDoandandt- ake no other Van Dycks That Were Forgeries The trial of art dealers at Genoa for smuggling seven famous Van Dycks from the Cattaneo palace has resulted In an acquittal It was proved that six of tho pictures had never left the palace the smuggled works of art be- Ing forgeries This recalls the out burst of Indignation in Italy some years ago concerning a Raphael which was secretly conveyed to America for a well known millionaire That It was a genuine Raphael the most skill ful experts In the United States had no doubt and It bore the great artists unmistakable signature But much to Italys relief a closer examination of tho canvas proved It to be a clever forgery which was afterward traced to a studio In Rome whose Uold mas ters were turned out by the dozen London Chronicle Unique Straw Hat The proprietor of a fashionable cafe at Marleiibafl Is the possessor of a straw hat which he values at 1000 The hat Is not a costly variety of pan ama but is rather n rough looking straw hat Yet It Is the pride of the proprietors life because It Is woven of straws through which the crowned heads of Europe have at various times sucked cooling drinks dispensed In the owners establishment For ninny years this king worshiper had been collecting straws from the royal lips scorning more nobles or statesmen When the collection was largo enough the hat was manufactured A Roundabout Bito In San Francisco the campaign against rats as spreaders of the plague Is a subject of universal discussion chll1drollWot they hunting up all rats for Aw dont yer know nothing Itats has the plague an If you see one youd better look out cause youll get It too maybe If you just see a rat do you get it Aw dont you know nothing Youve got the plague when youve beets bit by a flea whats been bit by n rat whats boon bit by a saltorSun Francisco Call Columbus Tomb Tho history of Columbus bones Is about as checkered as that of his life His remains after burial at Vnlladolld Spain were removed to Seville In 1530 they were taken with great pomp to Santo Domingo and Interred In the cathedral In 1700 what were supposed to bouts ashes were again re moved to the Cathedral of Havana and burled there with imposing ceremonies No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being en tirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony o thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists sOc or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York l LAST OF THE PASCAGOULAS An Indian Lgend From the Shores of the Culf of Mexico An Indian legend of the Pascngoulas Is told by the fishermen and oyster men down on the shores of the gulf ofMexicoA reaches out Into the gulf tear the mouth of the Pascagoulu river The pine trees on It come almost to the waters edge and between lies a strip of white sand across a marsh- a border of light green swaying and rustling grasses and beyond a gray cypress swamp the hanging moss of the trees swaying In the wind To the south the blue waters of the gulf stretch away with little wares lap ping on the chalk white clam shells of the shore There In the evening during the short twilight one bears soft music as if It were the notes of a violin insist ent changing sweet It Is the song of the Pascagoulas Long years before the Pascagoula Indians had lived upon this point The white men the Spaniards came In numbers and with them the hostile warriors of other tribes to make war and to drive the Pascagoulas out of the country Coming from the Inland the enemy took away all chance of fight and hedged them In on the point The Pascagoulas fought for days and nights In the lark pine woods against outnumbering foes Then they saw that all was useless that they could not overcome and starvation stared them In the face The Pascagoulas called a council of the tribe and talked long together To give themselves up meant lives of slavery or death anti to fight to the last man was to leave the women and children to the mercy of the white men and their allies The next morning the Paeeagoulas put on all their paint and trappings and burned their wigwams The men women and children slowly deliber ately unlllncUJngly backed step by step Into the water behind them sing Ing Not one faltered They died with their faces toward their enemies brnve and free and now In the even ing when the wind blows over the marshes the pines and grasses sing the song of the Pascagoulas New York Post THE LAND OF WORSHIP The East Believes Too Utterly to Care if Others Disbelieve Prayer pervades the cast Fat ort across the sands when one Is traveling In the desert one sees thin min arets rising toward the sky A desert city Is there It signals Its presence by this mute appeal to Allah And where there are no minarets In the great wastes of the dunes In the eter nal silence the lifelessness that Is not broken even by any lonely Wandering bird thccamcls are stopped at the ap pointed hours the poor and often rag god robes are laid down and the brown pllgrhns prostrate themselves In prayer And the rich man spreads his car pet find prays and the half naked nomad spreads nothing but he prays tooThe east Is full of lust and full of money getting and full of bartering cud full of violence but It Is full of worshipat worship that disdains ron cealment that reeks not of ridicule or comment that believes too utterly to care If others disbelieve There are In the east many men who do not pray They do not laugh nt the maq who does like the unprnylng Christian There Is nothing ludicrous In prayer In Egypt your Nubian sailor prays In the stern of your dahabiyeh and your Egyptian boatman prays by the rudder of your boat and your black donkey boy prays behind a red rock In the sand and your camel man prays when you are resting In the noontide watch the faroff quivering mirage lost lIngsome wayward dream must you not pray too when you enter certain temples whore once strange gods were worshiped In whom no man now believes Robert Ulcbens In Century Scared by Frogs It is said to be owed to the frogs of western Australia that that part of the empire is English and not French About 1800 a party of prospective French colonists landed on the west coast of Australia but on the first morning they were alarmed by the loud croaking of the frogs which they took for demons and retired with all speed to their ships Western Australia might have preferred the frog to the swan as her emblem just as Rome might have preferred Instead of the eagle the goose that saved the capital A Professional Opinion That young Pellet has altogether too exalted an opinion of his profes sion When old Borax was out of town tho Grldleys called Pellet Jane Grid Icy asked him If ho thought he could pull her father through I trust madam he severely replied to be able to parry the shafts of death Parry the shafts of death Say thats good Why Pellet couldnt pare DealerfEverybodys friend Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache enrnche sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain WOMEN OF PARAGUAY Patient and Good Natured Barefooted and White Robed Paraguay Is rich In local color The picturesque character of the native population with their quaint Indian features and habits of everyday life Is interesting to anybody fond of ob- servIng strange phases of human life By nature these people are patient and gentle seldom complaining chattering and laughing from sunrise to sunset and taking small thought of what the morrow may have In store for them It Is hard to Imagine how Lopez could have drilled them into fighting material of strength enough to keep In check the combined forces of Argen tina Brazil and Uraguay for five long weary years and It speaks volumes for the Indomitable energy of the man that he was able to sustain his position for so protracted a time Clothing Is very much of a superflu ity In Paraguay says the Boston Transcript The attire of the women is a cotton chemise with a long sheet like shawl or manta passed over the head and around the body In Moorish fashion The dress of the men Is equally simple consisting only of cot ton shirt and trousers Both sexes are gulltless of foot covering At times an almost uncanny feeling rises when a group of these white robed dark hair ed maidens pass suddenly with the silent tread of unshod feet Of a morning In the market places the women folk flock to sell their wares carrying on their heads the bas kets contaiulns the few cents worth of native produce they have been able to gather together for disposal In the towns The soft Guaranl language the common tongue of the Paraguayans adds further charm to the scene 30 Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 8744 81 Cash in other Banks 4962 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 Total 90323 72 the the by per the it Two cottage Murri4y Avenue well 2 Sample und u SO acres In Is titTIm cun or bottom hill Sultablo water your cash balance In easy C2 acres on f Sinking 3 necessary acres cultivation pasture acres In timber all year easy acres dwel UUIt 3 1 1 30x46 1 Is in balance road and Is worn It Is and fix a with a Little Malaprop Bessie Green a tot to unusual words In she Is a constant source of amusement to her relatives whom she frequently corresponds occasion white confined to the hospital she received this note from her I am delighted to hear past that with affection AUNTIE A few days tho received a brief reply Dear Auntie I have been very but tho Bays la delightful that I am convulsive with Infection BESsIE His Moggs was returning to the clubhouse when Wilson met did you get queried Wilson- I saw bettor said Moggs My opponent got away every drive he every brassle clean he approached to the perfectly and he missed a putt much you beaten 1 I wasnt beaten I wontI Pearsons WeeUjly His Weary WalkerWot youse uv me Tatters Tatters Weary WalkerMe 1 thorn cor porations because no Pathfinder I safely say no man ever attempted to bribe gentlemen Voice In the CrowdDont be down hearted chap may change London Telegraph of of The Two States Bank Stephcnsport Ky at Close of Business Juno Resources 7501M Llppincotts Corporations corporations corporations Statement Condition Liabilities Capital Stock15OOO 00 Surplus Fund 777 18 Undivided Profits 31g5 09 Amount Depositors 45 Total90323 72 We have passed fifth milestone in our existence During that we have grown from a small beginning a large and prosperous business We have endeavored to keep abreast of times provid ing our depositors safeguard known to their protection and security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and fireproof and insurance is carried to losses either burglary or robbery We pay 4 cent juterest on time deposits which is more than other bank in Breckenridge county pays We believe in paying patrons all we can use of their money The late disasterous failures demonstrated is the oldest and largest bank that the safest We take this opportunity to thank customers whose patronage has helped to make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business Respectfully JNO S ADAIR Cashier Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business f If you do you interests s I name and address If none of these places suit you write at I tolling us what you want and where you want and lot us introduce you to the who very property you are looking for- ej recommend the following properties as being productive land fair in price Do You to Sell your farm or business DIf you want cash for your property send price and description once and lot us show you bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersI Jno D Babbage room onI locates Hants tor6 per month Cl acres on Uardlnsburg 4 I of Sinking road miles from Improvements dwuhing good bUr burn ouk and beech tlmbur Thu oak timber good timber Hooch nover boon worked bur bo hauled either by water rail Llmustoue land both und for tobacco fruit Plenty good ono third payments 950 352 lardlnsburg and bulls of road miles onostorydWblacksmith shop all outhouses 130 under and 223 white black oak beech und sugar tree good size Plenty of good water tho round Onethird cash and good terms on balance 60076 situated IK miles from Joins Gabe Pierce Ridge land In good shape good house rooms goodcistern barn neverfalling spring two ponds This good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres timber white sugar and beech Plenty of good fruit Good tn StophonsportUK miles good road to Ilololi miles This tarm not out good land In toad Just the tarn for man small family A Mrs of seven likes use this with On one aunt that the crisis la and you are now convalescent Yours later aunt HI nurse she to you now Yours Part him Well how on today never golf hit up hole never How wore by Beaten do tlnk Tired Wot shoos call dey aint got soles Hope Still can that me old your luck j the 1008 Due 71351 time to lor every safe cover any our for bank have that it not is our us once man has the Want at how we and and round Terms oak feet oak tree cleared ten CQfU 162 acres fl miles from Olovorport mid onlHo8rportprovomunts 6room dwelling barn 3x86 foot orchardSOO1 RurCSInJrnssbnlanceGoodlimestoneandwheatOUothlrdcasb FOR SALRA farm containing 25oaores and avoL5withabarnsonotrees also pears quluces and apricots most nlcovinyardsoveralgroveSof towlroEkronononlongI druggistand JustthostepIntobusinessAnIs the reason for selling for further partic ulars address JNO D DABDAGK Oloyet port Ky The Louisville Market Total sales in this market last week were 947 hhds against 1929 hhds sold in corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week were 341 hhds against 1668 hhds received on corre sponding week of last year Rejection- lastl week were 117 hhds 23 per cent for the preceding week Of the total1 sales 678 hhds were Burley and 269 hhds were Dark tobacco The total offering on Tuesday con sisted of two hhds 1908 crop Burley and 74 hhds old Dark Wednesdays offering consisted of 124 hhds Burley including 18 hhds 1908 crop and 7 6 hhds dark Thursdays offering was 120 hhds Burley one of which was 1908 crop nnd 81 hhdS dark The Burley market on Wednesday was a trifle irregular and prices inclin ed to sag On Thursday however there was a preceptible improvement in the tone of the bidding especially for the common grades and also for good leaf On medium grades there was little change The market closed Thursday evening with prices on good and fine leaf and on common lugs and trash several bids higher than the close last week There has been little change in the dark market Unfired kinds were inclined to rally slightlyand the bidding on these showed more animation than prevailed last week This improve ment was not shared by the fired to bacco however These kinds closed dull with a tendency to lower prices As soon as we have some stripping and handling weather the trade ex pects largely increased receipts and more animation to the marketFarm ers Home Journal A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health sicce we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says LA Bartlett of Rural Route I Guil ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that dos you good 25c at Severs Drug Co How Hearst Oat the Letters Vice President Archbold in a state ment to the press gave his version of the way in which the confidential letters used by Hearst had been obtained He says that over three years ago he learned that certain letters files from the Standard Oil offices had been offered for sale to New York papers and that suspicion bad fallen upon a trusted employe though proofwas lacking The publication of the letteia mow would help to corroborate the testimony against the employe Some of the files had been returned presumably after their contents had been copied or photographed The leftovers of slugs borers and other animated orchard pests will soon be preparing to go into winter quarters if the trash and decayed fruit is not re moved they will be on hand next spring lively and ready tor business DEEP CRACKS z fROM tCltMA I Could Lay SlatePencil in One Hands in Dreadful StateDis ease Defied Remedies and Pre scriptions Suffered Seven Years FOUND A PERMANENT CURE IN CUT1CURA S I had eczema on my hands for about seven years and during that time I had used several socalled remedies together with physicians and druggist proscriptions The disease was so bad on my hands that I could lay a slatopencil one of the cracks and a rule placed across the hand would not touch the pencil I used Skin Lotion Remedy and others externally but I did not use any Internal remedy and while some gave partial relief none re loved as much as did tho first box of Cutlcura Ointment I made a purchase of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and my hands were perfectly cured after two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and one cake of soap were used I now keep them on hand for sunburn etc and use Cuticura Soap for shaving I could write a great deal more in reference to my cure but do not want to take more of your time William H Dean Newark Del Mar 28 1007 CHILD SUFFERED With Sores on Legs Cured in Two Weeks by Cuticura liMy little daughter suffered with sores on all last summer Her feet were soretoo and she couldnt poisonedbytor eald Iit was eczema I tried several remedies but failed to find a cure Then I sent for Cuticura Soap and Cuticura J Ointment which cured her in two weeks I find Cuticura tho best I over tried for any kind of sore and I hope I shall never be without it Mrs Gertie Laughlin Ivydalo W Va Apr 25 1007 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor ot Infante Children and Adults eonsbts of Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin ruticura Ointment 50o to heal the Skin and CUtlcura Itc lvcnt eorlntheformofChocpIaU coated Pills 25c per vial Of WJ toPunty the Blood Bold throughout tile world iotterDrug tCham Corp Bolo Props Boston Maas- n Zoned Free CuUcun Book oa Skin Dteeue ELECTION OFFICERS The Board of Election Commissione- have appointed the following oiHce 1908sHARDINSBURG NO1 Dolph DeHaven Gabe Wright Judge T J Withers Clerk Roscoe Laslie Sheriff- HARDINSBURG No2 Robert Weatherford Judge Milt Davis Judge Chas Bruln ton Clerk Marshall Norton Sheriff- HARDINSBURG NO3 Dickie Miller Judge Chas Robbins Judge Hubert DeJarnettt Clerk Abe Meador Sheriff- HARDINSBURG NO4 Mike Miller Judge Wm Ahl Judge Herbert Beard Clerk Austin Hook Sheriff- CLOVERPORT NO1- E E Greenwood Judge Jack Mattingly Judge Bob Pierce Clerk Eli Chapin Sheriff- CLOVERPORT NO2- j A Barry Judge Wm Allen Judge Bob Polk Clerk J E Younger Sheriff- CLOVERPORT NO3 C E Lightfoot Judge H A Oelze Judge Tom Wroe Clerk Joe Fitch SheriffBALLTOWN All Hawkins Judge J J Keenan Judge Tom Bates Clerk M C Taul Sheriff STEPHENSPORT Andrew Crawford Judge L L Mitchell Judge J H Miller Clerk Pike Conn Sheriff UNION STAR Byron Cart Judge Sam Bassett Judge j Horace McCoy Clerk Hubert Bruner Sheriff- MOOLEYVILLE E F Egart Judge J G Brodie Judge J F Jarboe Clerk Sam Hardesty Sheriff WEBSTER 1 R D St Clair Judge Harmon Parks Judge A J Dye Jr Clerk 1 Charlie Claycomb Sheriff- IRVINGTON 1 E L Henderson Judge Jno Akers Judge Earl Bennett Clerk Lewis Jolly Sheriff BEWLEYVILLE Garrard Fpote Judge Chas Blanford Judge Pierce Hardaway Clerk W W Keith Sheriff BIG SPRING- N D Board N D Norris Judges C C Martin Clerk W W Keith Sheriff CUSTER Tom Dyer Judge Jim Haynes Judge W T Gregory Clerk Jno M Butler Sheriff HUDSON Fletcher Mercer Judge McH Quiggins Judge Henry Ganaway Clerk George Royalty Sheriff MOOK Jno Alexander Judge J L Milner Judge Tick McCoy Clerk J B Lampton Sheriff- MCDANIELS J H Hart Judge Henry Cannon Judge F T Rhodes Clerk Paul Garner Sheriff GLENDEANE W R Moorman Judge B A Whittinghill Judge- D C Moorman Clerk W C Kane Sheriff ROCKVALE Frank Deane Judge Henry Hall Judge David Howard Clerk W J Robertson Sheriff Milt Miller Chair Taylor Beard Com J Whitworth Com Small Fire The residence of Mr Clinton Reid came near burning lust Friday morning at 1230 oclock The fire was soon ex tinguished by friends in the neighbor hood Pretty Good Price Isaac Norton sold to Courtland Driskell a combined work horse 14 years old for 100 Would Mortgage The Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire Ga W A Floyd by name says BucKlens 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 26c at Severs Drug Jo i 4 FREE TRIP TOI LOUISVILLEI The Retail Merchants Association of Louisville Ky of which we are a member has decided to rebate railroad fare from October 12th to Nov 7thr This gives you an excellent opportunity to come to Louisville to visit our store and to buy your fall and winter goods to an advantage You will find a complete line in Dry 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 backI i DID YOU EVER BURN WOOD It is the most fascinating pleasure one that will help you wfcilo away the weary wintry days It is becoming more popular every dayyou can soon llearn it you will enjoy ititis instructive as well as entertaining Our new Wood to Burn catalog is now being completed and will bo ready for mailing in about 10 days If you wish one write us sending your full name andaddress and we will bo glad to send you one when they are completed THE WAY TO OBTAIN RAILROAD REBATE will bo explained to you if 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 Nobby Fall Goads Suitable for Present Wear for Women and Misses shown set 308 and 498 332338 West Market Street 319 Fourth Ave Returns To Cloverport Smith Waggoner has returned from Rockport Ind Mr Waggoner likes Kentucky better for his home but the Hoosier state for business He says the Farmers Institutes held there are great and most instructive Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg says The good Elec tric 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 pur pose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as ai tonic and they keep me strong and well 60c at Severs Drug C- oRAYMOND Mrs Sallie Eubank of Lodiburg spent last Monday in this neighbor hoodMrs Z C Hendry left last Thursday for Mt Vernon Ill to beat the bed side of her daughter Mrs G T Bas ham who is very ill Mesdames Charlie Avltt and Henry Cashman spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sash Avitt of Mystic Horse trading seems to be the latest fad at this place Mrs J E Mercer and son Jones spent last week visiting at McDaniels Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton and daughter little Miss Marion and Mrs Carlton Ater and baby spent several days last week with friends and rela tives at Garfield Mr and Mrs Roland Smith of Stephensport spent a short time last week in this neighborhood visiting their brother Thomas Hall Mrs Ottis Stiff and two children spent last Wednesday at A J Keys at Lodiburg New Addition Mrs Emma Hardin is adding new improvements to her home near town which will add greatly to the conven ience of the house A new kitchen and porch are now being built The Har din place is one of the prettiest homes1 near town Morrison Calboon dentists office downstairs 215 Feurth street botht pboBM Oweoisboro K- yCJL II t IWHENHARNED Mr Joel Bruner and family and sister Miss Bottle Bruner of Custer were the guests of Mr Eli Pile and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Rosa Watts and little son Wit liard B are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs James Tucker of West ViewMr Ella Davis of this place died in Louisville Wednesday as the results of a surgical operation The remains were brought here and interred in the family burying ground The funeral services were conducted by Rev J Duggins from the Baptist church of which she was a member Miss Ethel Meador of Hardinsburg was the guest ot her sister Mrs Mary May Tuesday Mr and Mrs Otto Robinson and three little daughters of West Point are the guests of her mother Mrs S T SmithMr Beauchamp and family were the guests of James Kennison and family Sunday Mr and Mrs James Royalty of Leitchfield ate the guests of their daughter Mrs J A Gray The following persons composed a hay ride from here to the spelling match at Germantown Thursday night Misses Nannie Beauchamp Nora and Hallie Beatty Pinkie Tucker Rue and Kittie Meador and Messrs Otto Robin son Guy Butler Dennie Webster Fred Davis Lonnie Carman Jay Beatty Arvid Tucker and Jeff Whitworth All report a jolly time Mr and Mrs W T Macy and child ren were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Macy at Garfield Sun dayMr and Mrs Horace Yates of Hardinsburg were guests of Sam Ken nedy Sunday Had A Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss saysIFor stveral 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 lite saving cough and coldremedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold by Severs Drug Co sOc and 1 Trial bottle free J L Louisville If you want MiiMW II now is the time them known of of the v KentuckyUnfortunate L r of J I 1 GLENDEANE It r Dont be deceived by imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve 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 U r 71 Nat Moorman colored got his left hand cut off while at work at the Han derson Route shops in this city Sunday He has been suffering no little frost the i effects of the accident CS