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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORTo KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1908 8 Pages NO 15 r t IzE I Izfy t- BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE H4S FINE MEETING Good Attendance Wednesday Afternoon and Thursday ==Excellent Addresses Made== Con= vened at Democratic Headquarters President Drury Presided MISS HEYSER PRETTIEST GIRL PRESENT BrcckenIridgeopened in this city at the Democratic Headquarters Wednesday afternoon of last week President C H Drury called the session at 1 p m and an opening prayer was made by the Rev I B M Currie Mr V G Babbage made the welcome address which was responded to by Mr J A McClure Business matters were transacted and the meeting was continued Thursday- Mr Drury was reelected president E B Oglesby was nominated and chosen vice president H M Beard was made secretary A crop reporter and advisory committee were selected from each district as follows First District H DeH Moorman Second District John Jennings Third District H G Vessells Fourth District C H Drury Fifth District J T McCamish Sixth District Frank Ruppert During the Institute some excellent addresses were made by Hon Till Groves of Tobinsport John Monarch G P Rogers J A McClure and Prof Edwin Wroe Besides these speeches many very valuable discussions took place artnKthe farmers and those who were no to attendance missed a splen did Institutet 1 Among some of the men present were Walter Moorman Jr Wm Beard Taylor Beard Herbert Beard and Clayton Beard Their presence was greatly enjoyed and matte the In stitute quite pleasant socially A num honorI followsL applesJas pumpkinTom pumpkinForrest butterJ TO TOBACCO GROWERS We expect large Tobacco Contract for Breckenridge County Tobacco to be delivered to different points in county We will know definately in a days English complications will guarantee higher prices to growers suggest this growers may see Committee is not receiving and procuring pledges solely the American Company the growers themselves know prices terms we is and fair competition we do get the contract Respectfully W R MOORMAN it Farmers Wanted Washington D C October 14 1908 Wanted 3 000 practical farmers who would like to own homes of their own The Government has nearly 200000 acres of land under the various irrigation projects throughout the West for which will be next season The farm unit on these projects various in most cases from 40 to 80 acres of ir rigable land depending upon location In sections a tract of grazing land has been includod in the farm unit wherever practicable bringing the total up to x60 acres The only charge for these farms bo sides the regular land office fee filing is the actual cost of getting water to them and payment may be made in ten annual instalments without interest These irrigation projects are scattered over the entire arid region from Canada to the Mexican line In consequence every variety of crop in the temperate zone can be raised under them It you would like a fruit or daily farm a garden for market truck a tract t for diversified farming hog or poultry tailing just write to the Statistician the TJ S Reclamation Service Washington D C particulars ber of ladies and young girls attended Thursdays meeting Miss Ray Lewis Hevser voted the most young lady present and was given a premium of one dollar and a half Miss if not the most charming girl in Clover ports society set Those who the premiumns for farm products are as Johnson 1st premium on yellow corn Wilson L 2nd premium for yellow corn Wood Weatherholt 1st premium on white corn Tom Satterfield 2nd premium on white corn- Wilson L Hinkle 1st premium for L Johnson 1st premium on 2nd premium on Jennings 1st premium on irish potatoes C J Fella 1st premium on sweet potatoes 4f Forrest Jennings 1st premium on red tobacco C J Fella 1st premium on Onions E B Oglesby premium on wheat Mrs W L Hinkle 1st premium on Stone 1st premium on Ply mouth Rosk now a the few our We now that the that their for To bacco and may not bind until they our and All desire open if SON water available many for grown for 0 was beautiful won Hinkle that Card Of Thanks We desire to thank our friends for their kindness and sympathy during our sorrow Mrs Luther Hendrick and family Welcome Guest Dsar SirFind enqlosed 100 fo which please send me the News again I dont feel like I could ever do withou your paper it has been in our home si long and is ever a Welcome Guest I RespectfullyH Samplo Ky Dismissed In the case against Walter ant Wheeler Powell for killing Robt Miller the Commonwealth had nq evidence an the case was dismissed and stricue from the docket DeWitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills easy to take safe sure and gentle Get Early Risers They are the best pills made We sel them Sold by all Druggists FATHER HOLLLRLAND RETURNS HOME Donation Party Thursday at M E Parsonage Wetliertons Barn BurnsNo Insurance 1 MUSICAL CLUB ORGANIZED A large stock and tobacco barn on the farm of N B Wethertons near town was destroyed by fire last Wednesday t morning The fire was sup posed to have caught from the train and there was no Insurance Mrs J M Herndon was called to J Brandenburg Friday to be at the bedside 1 qf her mother Mrs James Lewis Charles Stith of Ekron was In town c WednesdayR shipped a car load of hogs to Wadkins and Caruthors of Louisville Friday Edwin Jolly spent Wednesday In the city Miss Lillie B McGlothlan lefThurs day for West Point and Louisville forI a several days visit to relatives and friendsThe wedding of Miss Garmi Lyvers of Basin Springs and Mr George Board of Guston was solemized Wed nesday afternoon in Louisville They are at home at Mr and Mrs John Ly vers to their many friends and relativesMr Mrs John Snyder Mr and Mrs Joe Snyder of Vine Grove were visitors of Mr and Mrs John Nevitt SaturdayMrs Thompson of Hardins burg was the quest of Mrs McGill last week Miss Lillian Stith of Guston came Sunday Ito be the guest of Misses Claudia and Maggie Bandy- J C Hensel of Louisville was in town Friday Mrs Betty Lee McCall came Satur day from Louisville At the Methodist Parsonage on Thursday the Ladies of the three churches including Bewleyville Webster and this church will give an all day donation meeting for their pastor and his wife Rev and Mrs B F Wilson Ladies of other denomina tions are cordially invited to come alsoThe Rev Father Hollerland re turned Saturday after a two months sojourn at Rome Italy Dr Walker the Dentist will be here in Irvington Wednesday and Thursday Oct 21 and 22 Mr and Mrs Newsom Gardner are at home after a visit in Louisville and West Point Mrs H W Herndon and daughter Miss Anna Mae spent Tuesday in Louisville Mrs Henry Neafus was the guest of of her brother Mr Henry Cowley at West Point Friday I Miss Nannie Cowley left Thursday for an indifinite visit to Miss Geogia Cowley at Stithton Mr F H McGebee was the guest of Chris McGebee at Long Branch last weekMrs Mose Payne and daughter Miss Blanche of Harned were the guest of Mr and Mrs Johnnie Meadow SundayDr Mrs P E Dempster of Glendeane came Saturdry to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Dr Walker the Dentist will be here in Irvington Wednesday and Thurs day Oct 21 and 22 Mrs Nannie J Wathen and Miss Ellen Munford left Tuesday for quite an extended trip through the West While gone they will be the guests of Miss Munfords sister Mrs Charlie McMullau at Blackwell Oklahoma The death of the Rev Donald Mc Donald who dfdat his home near Pittsburg Pa on last Thursday came as a great shtick to many peo ple at this place Mr Ben Clarkson of Big Springs was in town last week Miss Nannie Childs hos extremely beautiful hats on display this week Call to see them if you want to pur chase a handsome and exquisite fall or winter hat 1Miss Evelyn Herndon who has been visiting Rev and Mrs J T Lewis at Cloverport for the past ten days has I returnedyhome Mr L B Yager of Kansas City spent twp days in town last week Mrs Jdhn Lyvers and sister Miss Eva Sctiiftdler went to Louisville last tWednesday to attend the LyversJJ Board wedding f Mr Jess Herndon who spent ten days traveling through the West including J l Oklahoma Texas New Mexi co and Kansas returned home Wed nesdaywMiss Maggie Blanch Jolly returned last week from St Louis Mo where she has been the guest of Mr and Mrs John Hardaway Miss Mary Peyton was a visitor of Mr Frank Peyton in Owensboro last week for a few daysII Mrs A B Coleman who has been the guest of Mrs Will Cain in Louisville will return home this weeka aMrswill leave the last of this week for Lexington to be the guest of rela ti veStieDr Bush Dentist will be here October 30 and nbMrs Nora Board and two children of Jack and Helen were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charlie Beard in Hard insburg for a short visit last week A musical club was formed of theI pupils of Mrs Louis H Jolly at the home of the latter Friday afternoon October IGth It was agreed by the members that the club meet every two weeks and at each meeting study the life and composition within the of members range of some musical cel ebrity Friday afternoon the life of Beethoven was discused and the work brought up by members was usually 1 good for a first meeting Special mention should be made of the excellent paper read by little Miss Mftry Alexander The ease and briefness which she sketched the life of the great Master dwelling just long enough on each stage of his life from the misery and pathos of his child hood to his wierd but rather appro priate death scene to make it impressive was worthy the work of a much older person It was agreed that the next Master discussed would be Rob = ert Schuman Toward the latter part of the afternoon a little social feat ure was indulged in after which the club adjourned having spent a pleas ant and most profitable afternoon J REV MCDONALDt Prominent Minister Of Kentucky Dies Of Typhoid Fever At PIUs burg Thursday Pittsburg Oct 1SThe Rev Dr Donald McDonald of Kentucky re cently elected city missionary by the Pittsburg Presbytery of the Presbyterian f Church died in the Columbia Hospital at Wilkinsburg a suburb of Pittsburg at 2 oclock this morning Typhoid fever reused his death Dr McDonald left Danville Ky on J last September 1 to go to his new field of work in Pittsburg He was widely know all ever Kentucky and his workII in the mountains was especially successful I At one time he was pastor of the Assembly Presbyterian church in Shelbyville His residence in Ken tucky extendedI over many years Friends in Louisville knew of his sick ness and had been expecting his death He leaves a wife and several children Louisville Times The death of Rev McDonald is deep ly lamented by the members of the Presbyterian church in this city He was greatly loved here and resolutions- on his death were written by the Pres byterians Sunday WELL KNOWN Mrs Cassie Howell Sapp Dies In Portland Oregon And Re mains Buried At Jeffersonville The funeral of Mrs Cassie Howell Sapp was held Wednesday October 7 from Jhe home of her daughter MrsI Hydron at Jeffersonville Ind Mrs Sapp died at the home of her husband in Portland Oregon September 28 She was fiftyone years of age Well do many of the old families in town remember Mrs Sapp who lived hre in her girlhood days She was a close relative to the Sawyer and Weatherholt families The deceased was twice married first husband was the late WmCarap bell Nine years ago she was married to Mr Sa p Mr Jf H Wills Mrs Emma More dock anti Mrs Will Richardson were among the relatives who attended the luneralr fII j jjBOW71Le7Jlloo77nan Night Wedding 111 Beautiful in all its appointments the wedding of Miss Marion Hawes Bowmer and Mr Charles Wicklllle Moorman which was solemnized last night in the Methodist Episcopal Church South Masses of autumn foliage characterized the decorations the chancel being brilliantly decorated in rich red green and yellow leaves Graceful branches ofw the foliage were banked densely the altar and the scene was ideal October creation Just before the bridal party arrived Miss Ida White rendered a brief mus program for the guests who were ushered Into the auditorium byw Messrs James Skillman of Owens Tom Bowmer and Wm Bowmer Louisville and Mr Chas Skillman- of this city Only the relatives and outoftown guests sat under the ribbons which were held by little Misses Elizabeth Sherman of Toledo Ohio Eleanor Burks of Louisville and Master Billy Minary of Benton Harbor Michigan Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro was maid of honor and Miss Madison Bell Louisville was bridesmaid They wore exquisite white dresses and carried large bunches of yellow chrysanthemums tied with plumosa Promptly at nine oclock the bridal party en bred the church and the Rev B M Curry officiated in the ceremony The bride looked very charming in a handsome white lingerie gown and carried a magnificent bouquet of brides roses and lillies of the volley of Her veil was caught back with orange blossomsEAn elegant reception followed at the home of the bride Several who attended the wedding of Mr and Mrs Bowmer were present Last evening of THREE GOOD MEN GONE Alex Hambleton Luther lIen dricks And lion James Wuriham Pass Away At Their Homes i DEATHS DEEPLY REGRETTED i The News regrets to learn of the death of the Hon James S Wortham which occured at his home in Leitch field List Sunday morning MrI Worthnm was one of the most promin ent public men in this section of theCI state having served this people in theI state Senate and in other places of I public trust As a lawyer he ranked I J high in his profession He has been aJ member of the Breckenridge bar for many years and enjoyed a lucrative practice here He was a thorough t student of the law and when it came tot its intricate detailsexpounding many Mr Wortham had few superiors HisI host of friends in this county will beI sad to learn of his death and the memI bers of the bar will miss him in the courts where he has been a regular attendant for many years 000 Luther Hendricks died Friday night at his home in this city after an illnessI of several weeks Mr Hendricks was eightytwo years of age and was well known over the county He is survived by a wife and the fol lowing children Messrs Mike andl Warfield Hendricks Mrs Scott Morton Mrs Jolly and Mrs Lou Bethel Brief funeral services were held from the family residence Sunday morning by the Rev Currie after which the remains were interred in the cemetery at New Bethel 000 After an illness of but a few Alexander Hambleton passed away on Tuesday afternoon at two oclock at his home in St Louis addition Death resulted from a complication of diseas eStThe funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the English M E church and the body was laid to rest in Cliff cemetery Deceased was born in Cloverport Ky in 1830 on January 9 and was 78 years old He had been a resident of Cannelton 27 years Hb was a soldier and served in the- Ir Confederate ranks under Generals Beaurgard and Forrest His wife pre ceded him in death two years ago Two sons survived him they are John this cityand Eugene of Louisville He also leaves one brother and one sister who reside at Sorgho Ky Cannelton Enquirer was also the fortyfourth anniversary- of their marriage The home was most attractively arranged for enter taining the guests and the color scheme yellow and white was prettily carried out in every detail Especially gorgeous was the dining room Streamers of white tulle and smilax hung from the chandelier and tied to the candlesticks on the brides table in the center of which was a huge mound of yellow chrysanthemums Misses Irene Jarboe and Margaret Skillman carried French bouquets of red carnations and presided at the frappe bowls The ices yellow and white the cakes were white with lovers knots of yellow candy Mr and Mrs Moorman left on the West bound train at eleven oclock for a short wedding tour after which they will be home at Versailles Ky Among the outoftown guests were Mr and Mrs Chas K Minary of Benton Harbor Mich Mrs Hugh Atkinson of Chicago Mrs John Burks of Louisville Mr and Mrs Walter Sherman of Toledo Ohio Mr and Mrs Robert Todd Mrs David Todd Miss Mary Todd Miss Hattie Conway of Owensboro Mr Thomas Delahunt of Cannelton Miss Dood Adair of Hawesville Mr and Mrs Hudson Mss Virginia Hudson Mr Claude Riley Mr Vivian Pierce of Versailles Misses Katherine and Adelia Moorman Miss Aana McComb Louisville Mr Richard Wathen- of Bardstown Mr and Mrs Morris Dr and Mrs John Kincheloe Mrs Manie Moorman of Hardinsburg Mrs Margaret Bennett of Henderson Mrs Leiter and Miss Evelyn Young Morganfleld THE RIGHT OF WAY Macaulevs Theatre Will Present An Excellent Play Next Week For Three Nights Guy Standing and Theodore Roberts in their famous roles of Charley Steele and JOlt Portugais in Klaw Erlangers great production of Sir Gilbert Parkers dramatic story The Right of Nay will be the attraction at Macauleys Theatre Louisville Ky the first half of the week of October Sfi with a matinee Wednesday- Mr Eugene Pre brey the adapter draws a character equal in mental at tainments pagan to a degree and primarily deficient in rower to love and ability to find contentment After a lapse of memory continuing through three years as opposed to seven months in the novel Steele is restored to his normal state and not only recollects all of his past but also realizes fully that be has found pure genuine love in the interim This is the radIcalchange from the original story and constitutes the keynote of the play The combat is not now one of the new against the old for all time but one of right against wrong as it applies to love the only thing worth while in the eyes of the man Indictments Returned The following indictments were re turned by the Grand Jury last week It is still in session and another batch will be turned in this week It is one of the best and most active Grand Jurys we have had in years- Commonwealth vs Orb Casey Violating Local Option Law- Commonwealth vs Logan Butler Violating Local Option Law Commonwealth vs Oliver Webb Viola sting Local Option Law Commonwealth vs Jim Ray alias Jim Slick Violating Local Option Law Commonwealth Va Jno D Beavin 1 Violatiug Local Option Law Commonwealth vs Ken Ferry Wilful and Maliciously shooting and wounding another with intent to kill Commonwealth vs John Bates same offenseCommonwealth vs Martin Dowell Voluntary Manslaughter Commonwealth vs Sol Beard Using a pistol in a threatning manner Commonwealth vsHenry Board Shoot ing at another sent to pen for 2 years Commonwealth va Henry Spencer Def taining woman unlawfully Commonwealth vs George Megely and Clayton Jewell Stealing chickens Commonwealth vs Bud Barnes break leg into a Will U- Q U ftai- II 1 c 4 O or r5 a J j e eaU a n I ll- p I I r 1 1 a 1 i t r rTry I m r I v I t i i jiCabIIC- opyriIht Ie 1906 by Dodd Mead ia2 Company O OO OfO 4l il CHAPTER XVI nHOOMS Intentions wero clear It was not a ton der heart nor was It chlv airy which prompted him to do the deed of valor just described He had started out to do his duty by James Bansemor because ho was In his hire and he felt It IIUll his duty to cover the tracks of his master as best he could He knew that he was jeopardizing his own safe ty The obstinate cunning of his nit ture Insisted that the man he had watched was Bauscinor although his brief glimpse of tho fugitives face dis couraged that belief The gaunt clerk kept his chin well covered with his groat muffler tho broad collar of his ulster was turned np about his face The rapid plan that dashed Into his mind comprehended but two things the effort to restore life to Frances Cable and the hope of IIeioltlong enoughs to drown Every hope depended upon the force of the blow that ht Imagine bad been delivered Chilled te the bone his teeth chat tering like castanets the old man was stooping OTVT the inanimate form on the ground when the two men came up In answer to their startled ques tions he niemly said that he had loaI tho struggle from across the street but had been too late to prevent the tragedyWe must get her Into one of those house quick ho grunted Take hold of her you And you over there Chilled to tot bone hie teeth chattering Lurry and ring a doorbell Get Inside and phone fur a doctor a doctor first and then the police We may be able to save her life The first of tbe rich mews homes denied them admission The man of the house said he would not stand for the notoriety Droom supporting tho bead of the wet Icy figure made a re mark which the man was never to for EeL At the second house they wore ad- mItted In an Instant all was confusion A card game was broken up and guests of the haute assisted their host and hostess In doing all manner of un necessary things Droom gave the commands which sooner or later re solved themselves Into excited wrathy demands upon the telephone operator calls for a certain nearby doctor calls for the police calls for stimulants maids hot water bottles everything Shes been robbed said one of the men Her rings have been torn off Look at the bloodI Shoa well dressed too said an other Say her face looks familiar To the amazement of every one the lips of the woman parted and a gasp- Ing choking sound issued from between them a slight shudder swept over her frame Shes alive exclaimed Droom Get these wet clothes off of her quick The men stood grouped In the hall way while the women tore the wet garments from the reviving victim apd prepared a warm bed for her Elias Droom was edging toward tho door bent on escape when the awed chattering voice of the young fol low who had assisted In carrying her to the house arrested him A great sense of relief crept over him as bo listened to the young mans story his eyes blinked with satisfaction He Was forgetting his own remark of a minute ago that he was freezing and nlust get Into some dry clothes at once uho young man was saying- It happened right out there by the s a wall where the big break Is Harry and I were coming up the Drive and I called attention to a man run lung south along the wall Just then tqls gentleman ran over from this sIde of the street and a minute or two litter wo saw him jump Into the break over there Suicide I thought but ho wasnt a minute coming up There ws the woman Hed pulled her out n sunder It was tho bravest thing j Xmaraawl Ho ri And then ft was that everybody bo gan to shower praise upon the man who oily had tried to do his duty by the one who hired him to do ugly not gallant deeds Did you watch which way the robber ran demanded Droom eagerly Lost him in the dark He ran like fury You must have seared him oft I I said the second young mnn I wish I youINot distinctly answered Droom He struck me as being a slim young fellow thats all Of one thing he was assured the evidence of these two men would prove that bo had acted as a valiant protector and not as a thug a fear which had not left his mind until now They had seen fleeing assailant but there was tbeI one person who could Identify him That person was Francos Cable tho victim If It was not James Bausemer then who could it have been The door opened and an agitated young woman came but It Is Mrs Cable she cried in trom bling tones The physician arrived at that moment and a few minutes later came an officer who haft been hailed from the doorway While the policeman was listening to tho voluble young eyewitnesses I broom stood aloof puzzling himself vainly in the effort to solve an Inside mystery Ho had been ready a few minutes before to curse himself for pulling the woman out of I the water but now as tho belief grew stronger within him that her assailant I IewIpOintthere would be no need to fear Mrs Cables story It she revived sufficiently to tell it OB the other hand if it was Bansemer he had rescued her to an ill purpose lie was conscious finally that some one was speaking to him What do you know of this de manded the policeman Droom repeat ed his brief story What Is your name and whore do you IIveT Ully name Is Ellas Droom and I live over In Wells street Could you Identify the man I dont think so What wore you doing over In this part of town- Walking up to see the skaters on tho park lagoon But whats that got to do with it Youd better be ou looking for the thief Instead of wasting time on me hero snarled Droom The officer gasped and there Is no tell ing what might have happened If the captain and a swarm of bluccoots had not appeared on the scone at that moment Two minutes later they were off scouring the lake front In search of the mysterious holdup man Two plain clothes men remained to question the witnesses and to Inspect the neighbor hood In which the crime was commit tedWord came from the Inner room that Mrs Cable was regaining conscious nessDoescan she throw any light on the affair asked Elias Drown She has uttered no wonl except her husbands name I think she Is still calling upon him for help poor thing said the young woman who bore the newsCable ought to be notified said one ot the men Dont do it over the phone said Droom quickly Im going past his house Ill stop in and tell him Let me out officer I must get out of these wet garments Im an old man you knowTbe probable solution had come to Droom like a flash As he hurried up the street his mind was full of tho theory lIe scarcely could wait for the door of David Cables house to be opened In response to his vigorous ringing The maid announced that Mr and Mrs Cable were out It was enough for Droom lie put the puzzle together in that Instant David Cables face was tbe one he had seen not James Bausemors The maid set up r hysterical shrieking when he bluntly told her of the mishap to her mistress but he did not wait to answer ques Dons He was off to find James Banse mer The volcano ho had been watch ins so long was about to burst and he knew it- Forgetting his wot garments he on tered a drug store and telephoned to Bansemers home His employer an swered the call so readily that Droom know he had not been far from the In strument that evening There was a note of disappointment in his voice when Drooms hoarse tones replied to his politoIIHeUol Ill bo over in half an hour said Droom Very Important business Is Graydon there I lies Just gone to Cables Some one telephoned for him a minute or BO ago Whats wrong Do you know 11111 be there In fifteen minutes was all that Droom would say Elias memory could not carry him back to the time when ho lord hired a cab A cab was one of the luxuries ho had not cultivated One can only Imagine his surprise then when he found himself hailing a passing hansom and greater the surprise ho must have felt when ho clambered in and ordered the driver to go In a gallop to a certain place in Wells street minutes later ho was attired In TenII warm clothes and in the cab again 040 O O- 33v George Barr- McCuicheont Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc tl J d bound rot iiansemers home What no said to James Bausemer on that mem orable occasion need not be repeated It Is only necessary to say that his host was bitterly impressed and will ing to admit that the developments might prove serious They could only speculate as to what lad transpired between David Cable and his wife out there by tho sea wall but It was enough for them to know that a crisis was at hand Well see what the morning papers say about the affair said Bansemer uneasy and cold Tho morning papers were full of the sensational robbery the prominence of the victim and the viciousness of the attack Elias Droom read the accounts eagerly as he breakfasted In the dingy little restaurant near his home bright and early Ho grinned appreciably over the share of glory that fell to him and he actually cac kled over the new developments In the great mystery He had observed with relief that tho name of James Bansemer was not mentioned The reports from the bed side of the robbers victim were most optimistic She was delirious from tho effects of the shock but no serious results wore expected The great head lines on the first page of the paper he was reading set his mind temporarily at rest There was no suggestion of truth In them The render of this narrative who knows the true facts In the case is doubtless more Interested in the move ments and emotions of David Cable than In the surmises of others It would be difficult for a certainty to ask one to put himself in Cables place and to experience the sensatlona of that unhappy man as he fled along the dark shore of the lake Perhaps much will be taken on faith If the writer simply says that the fugitive finally stunk from the weeds and refdso of what was then called the district of Lake Michigan Streotorville In lo cal parlance to find himself panting and terror stricken in the bleak east end of Chicago avenue It was not until then that he secured control of his nerves and resorted to the stealth and cun fling of the real criminal From that time until he stood shiver- Ing and white with dogged Intention In a theater foyer bent upon establishing an alibi his movements are scarcely worth the details Between the acts he saw a dozen men whom he knew and he took drinks with several qf thorn Ills tremendous will power carried him through the ordeal in a way that could not havo fallen to the good fortunes of the ordinary lawbreaker Every second of the time his thoughts were of the thing which was being buffeted by tIle icy waters of tho lake Where was that thing now How far out Into the lake had It been carriedHis body was covered with the cold perspiration of dread and horror His soul was moaning his whole being was aghast with the awfuiness of the deed he could have shrieked aloud In his madness How he lived through the hour in that theater he never could have told nor could he believe that he was sitting there with all those fright ful thoughts piling themselves upon him Other people laughed and shout ed with happiness he stared and wept In his heart and shivered and cringed and groaned within himself He had killed her She had been true to him and yet he had taken her life the life she had given him He gave no thought to Jane no thought to Bansemer He thought only of him self as the slayer Would her body be recovered What would be his excuse what his punish ment The gallows A thousand hor rors ran riot in his brain a thousand tremors with each But why dwell upon the feelings of this miserable wretch Why say more of his terror his misery his remorse He held himself In the sent until the middle of the last act of the play At last unable to restrain himself longer he arose and almost ran from the thea ter That instinct which no slayer can control or explain was overpowering him It was the instinct which at tracts the murderer to tho spot where his crime was committed No man can describe or define this resistless impulse and yet all criminology re cords it clear and unmistakable It Is no less than a form of curiosity Driv en by this irresistible force David Ca ble with bravado that cost him dearly worked his uninterrupted way to tho scene of his crime By trolley car to Chicago avenue and then like a homeless dog scenting his way fearfully ton corner not far from the break In the walLHis legs trembled and his eyes grew wide with dread The swish of the water came to his ears and he stood still for many minutes listening for a cry for help from oft the shore But none came and again skulking along side the houses of his friends he COY ered the blocks that lay between him and the magnetic rift In the wall Near the corner he stopped with a start of alarmTho figure of a man could be seen standing like a statue on the very spot whore he had Beep her disappear While ho stood there his heart scarce ly beating tho solitary figure w- aip14aLk9 two othprs Caw fhrank I IIIIn oacfc into tno dense shadows LIKO a flash it occurred to him that they were searching for the body A shriek of agony arose to ills lips But he check edItFar off on one of the crosstown streets a newsboy was calling an ex tra hoarse unintelligible shouts that froze his blood He bent his ear to catch the faraway words of the boy All about do nor side murder He cringed and shook under the raucous shout He knew what it rac iit A policeman suddenly turned the corner and came toward him Tho first Impulse was to fly the next was to stand and deliver himself The reso lution came with shocking unexpected ness He would give himself up He would admit that he had killed his wild Tho words of anguish were on his lips when the policeman spoke Is It you Mr Cable How Is she sirCable did not hoar the man for as he opened his lips to cry out his own guilt a thought formed in his brain that almost staggered huh with its cunning savagery Why not let the penalty fall on James Bansemer She had gone out to meet him If she had not destroyed the note It would hang James Bansemer and James Bansemer was worse than a murderer But even as this remarkable thought rushed into his brain the last words of the officer began to drive It out Is she going to pull through slrU was the next question and he Caught it vaguely Pull through he murmured Inarticu lately lIe leaned against a great stone rail suddenly Everything was leaping before his eyes Good Lord Mr OableII forgot Dont you know about UU gasped tho officerKnow what asked Cable com pletely dazed Go home at once sir I didnt mean tooh hurry sir Dont bo worried They say shell be all right Sure l Shes been hurt a little sir My daughtor demanded Cable as keen as a razor In an instant His heart was trying to Jump from his bodyYour wife sir Nothln serious sir She was held up along here some where and robbed Theyre sure to get the villain She But Cable was off like a deer for his home racing as though on air Nothing else mattered now She was alive He could have her with him again to love as he never had loved her before S TO UK CONTINUED MEDALS FOR BRAVERY Decorations That May Be Bestowed by Uncle Sam Uncle Sam IIs not averse to bestow- Ing decorations says the Philadelphia Press While the constitution prohib its government officers from accepting orders from foreign governments the president has the power to award in signia which moan considerably more titan most of the stars garters etc of the old world These are medals for bravery t Besides the medals for conspicuous bravery in battle and the decorations for life saving on the water the chief I executive can honor men and women who display heroism on the railroad lines of the country Award of the decorations Is made by the chief executive on recommendation from the interstate commerce commis sion Applications must be accompa flied by affidavits from eyewitnesses of the heroic deeds and they must be approved by a committee of five of tho commissionerstA bronze medal and a button of gold and enamel arc the insignia given The medal Is about as big as a silver dollar On one side the obverse there Is a figure of a man upon a railway track with one knee upon a rock which blocks an approaching train Ho Is warning the trainmen by means of a brandOn the reverse side Is a laurel wreath symbolical of heroism The In scription The United States Medal For Life Saving on Railroads appears near the medals rim and within the wreath is the following For Bravery Awarded to Japanese Compositors Japanese typos have their troubles K Sugiraura literary editor of the Tokyo Asahl Shimbun says that ho especially admires the linotype typesetting machines Unfortunately we are unablo to use them in Japan for our language has fortyseven letters as well as over 3000 Chinese characters and such a number of types Is of course beyond the capabilities of any machine yet invented In tho printing office of our newspaper In Tokyo thq compositor must often walk the whole length of the room to fetch one character Instead of standing In ono place before a single case as the English or American compositor can do Even In Bedlam Tho manager of the Insane asylum frownedWhat is that woman In cell 77 howl Ing and shrieking about ho naked impatiently i She objects to her straitjacket sIrot the keeper answered Wants It taken off eh Well she cant No it Isnt that sir tho keeper In terrupted She wants It changed for one with the fashionably sleeves that have Just come In Var I 1HECHEAPEST PERYEAR ROOFING J If you average tho cost price of JM ASBESTOS ROOFING over the period of years it is in service you will see that JM iis cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing Being made of Asbestos an indestructible mineral it is permanently durable and as it does not require any coating or painting its first cost is the only cost Easily applied by anyone ASBESTOSIDE is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most ceo nomical durable and easily applied siding known Ask for samples and prices H W Jolins Manville Company 217231 Claybourn St Milwaukee WIs ON A MANOFWAR Hints to Landlubbers Who Wsrt to Do the Proper Thing As you pass over the ships side and stop aboard if you are a man touch your hat In salute to the flag Tho officer of the dock who represents the majesty of the nation while he Is on watch will return this salute Dont say downstairs or upstairs There are no stairs on board ship only ladders Say below or on deckLooking forwardthat Is toward the bowthe right hand Is starboard the left hand port Everything on board ship Is starboard or port except with reference to a gun where right and loft are used as on shore the gun bolng movable Keep clear of the starboard side of the quarter dock The quarter deck is tho after or rear end of the upper dock Its starboard side Is sacred ter ritory to be used by the admiral the captain the officer of the deck other officers and men when there on duty and official visitors Never peep Into the officers private quarters They are no more to be en tered Into than any private citizens bedroom They can be entered only upon invitation Keep your hands off the bright brass work the polished guns and the clean paint work Remember that Jack tar has to put In hard labor every day keeping these clean Do not Increase his work Do not expectorate on the decks This warning Is unnecessary to gentle men who do not expectorate in public anywhereNever of tipping a man who shows you about the ship lIe is suf ficiently rewarded by the entertain ment he gives you Menowars men are not servants and they resent a tip The navy has pride Never take a lady up or down an undressed ladder It is Immodest for the lady Dressed ladders have flags or canvas spread beneath them Undressed ladders have no such screensUpon leaving the ship salute the flag as upon coming aboard San Fran cisco News Letter Animals and Odors Writing in Suburban Life Charles D Kellogg the well known naturalist says The matter of odor Is an ex tremely Interesting one Mott on tures have tin odor which Indicul f friendliness and another which indicates l auger Always holding tho thought of love toward every living creature just as I have tried to Instill it into the mind of Don my dog I have never hesitated to take up animal reptile bird or Insect My first thought of a reptile odor was that of apples Yet people told me that this creature gives off a noxious stench Now this latter odor Is present In any wild creatures body when It Is dis turbed The bodies of human beings give out odors which are keenly ap parent to wild creatures and indicate the feeling which men and women have for them whatever it be love fear or hate I saw one of your old girls today began the wife And I saw one of your old beaux responded the husband Suppose we call it a tie and swinh the conversa tion to something else It was so agreedKnnsas City Inde pendent JJFbr Lameness inHorses I == = cENGLISH TITLES Why Inferior Honors Are Sometimes Refused by Commoners Although it costs money to bo mado a peer po sum can actually buy a British title as nay be done In some European countries Honors of this description are in the giving of the king or rather his majesty bestows them on persons at the recommenda tion of the prime minister who really has the final say In the matter Titles are conferred either directly or Indi rectly directly when no third per son recommends a candidate for royal recognition and indirectly when a third person brings a candidates name forward be having good and valid grounds for doing so The former method howdver is the one which is usually adopted It Is the duty of the prime minister to distinguish a name celebrated in politics science art or literature and to decide whether tho merits of any given prominent person deserve recognition at tho hands of the king If in the opinion of the prime min ister such a given person deserves elevation to titled rank before the minis ter takes any stops In the matter the favored individual Is apprised of tho prime ministers intentions by a per sonal letter In which Is conveyed tho dogree or title it is proposed to confer on him subject to his approval In four out of five cases the approval Is given The fifth person who may have been offered a knighthood or perchance a baronetcy refuses be cause his refusal may Increase his chances of obtaining at a later day a higher title sUI1a peerage Armed with the persons approval the prime minister now takes the next step that is obtaining his majestys sanction which is rarely refused- It Is seldom that a plain Mr blo sours straightforward into a lord un less the clrcupistances are very un usual such as the reason why a peer age was Conferred on Mr Morley or honors conferred on successful gen erals in tho field as In the case of Wolseley Roberts and Kitchener As a general rule a plain Mr Is trans formed into Slrthct is knight or baronetand one who is already a Sir and has done some signal recog nition finds his reward In his ultimate service to the state entitling him to royal elevation to the peerage Chi cago News Peonies Peonies were originally esteemed less for beauty of bloom than for value as a medicine In recognition of Its cura tive virtues the peony was named aft er Paeon the physician of the gods An old writer says About an infants neck bang peonle It cures Alcydes cruell maladle Nor did the use of the plant stop there for peony water was esteemed and drunk In bygone times though whether as medicine or merely as a refreshing temperance beverage is more than modern writers can say A Banquet 4 read before you would do you no good von couldnt eat What good can d do a child when as soon as it enters s stomach it is eaten by worms Thats to reason your baby is ailing cross sty faced and thin Give it Whites rm Vermifuge It will expel the- m ami set as a tonic for the chile Vqpr Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse is not allowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness Its wonderfully penetratinggoes right to the spotrelieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles clastic and pliant Sloans Lfnimeniwill kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swol len joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price Soc and giooM Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass Sloans book on horses cattlo sheep and poultry 8 ftfree rl t I II u 1 u I f i i r 1i i I I iI i ii i II II r t CLERGY INDORSE TAfT Class Him as Highest Type of Christian Gentleman FREQUENT HIS HEADQUARTERS Declare Ho Is Broad Minded and Represents Ideals of Best Statesman shlpA Bishops Opinion of the Re I publican Nominee Because ho Is the hlg cst type of the Christian gentleman This Is the way In which I heard the pastor of a Methodist church In southern Illinois end an argument Wltl a layman on the train coming over hero from at Louis says the Wash ington correspondent of the St Louis GlobeDemocrat In a dispatch to hs paper from Cincinnati The dispatch continues The layman paying due re spect to the cloth of his opponent was trying to convince him that he should not support Mr Taft for the presi dency and Instead should vote for ha Democratic opponent The churchman defended the principles of the Repub lican party and as Indicated defended the man for whom he said ho expecteJ to vote from his personal standpoint of a churchman because ho la the high est typo of a Christian gentlemen It gave me n now Idea about Mr Taft It seemed to answer some of the criticisms 1 half heard of the Repub lican candidate mid his creed In re cent years the Democratic candidate has Interlarded his well paid Chau tauqua lectures with Sunday sermons before religious and semireligious so clothes It seems that ho has made the most of this influence In this cam paign and I was curious to discover on my arrival hero whether there was support from the church and semi religious elements In the country for tho Republican nominee My arrival In this connection could not have been better timed As I en tered the office of Mr Tafts private secretary Friday I saw Bishop J C Hartzell of the Methodist Episcopal church emerging from a conference with Mr a aft Tho bishop I know has episcopal1 supervision over the work of his great church In Africa He has been so engaged for the past twelve years and has met and formed the acquaintance of many leading men not only In Africa but In Europe and America His acquaintance and influ ence within the Methodist church are second to those of few men as ho was for fifteen years an officer of the so ciety which founded and now main talus a system of Institutions of learn ing among both white and colored people In the southern states He came to Induce Mr Taft to make a speech In Chicago before a society of which the bishops son Rev M C Hartzell IspresidentIt odd to attempt to Inter view a churchman of his prominence on a political question at the head quarters of the Republican candidate but I asked him for his view of Mr Taft and the support of him by Christian people Ho answered very readily The American people are to be con gratulated upon the fact that whether Mr Taft or Mr Bryan Is elected pres ident of the United States they will have a man at the head of the nation who Is not only clean in moral charac ter but whose pen and speech and example are always for the best ideals of our civilization as represented In the teachings of the Christian church The bishop thought for a moment and then continued On some theo logical points I differ from both As a good Presbyterian I suppose Mr Bryan assents to tho doctrine of di vine decrees which teach that from All eternity It has been fixed who should be saved and who should be lost I do not so read Scriptures Mr Taft I understand is one of tho Ed ward EverettvHale type believing that Christ was a divinely perfect man whoso precepts and life on earth are the key to titans salvation In time and eternity With tho church I believe- th t In that perfect man dwelt the di vine natre- Applying his discussion in a practi cal way Bishop Iartzell continued Which of these men i shall vote for will not be decided by their religious beliefs ptlt what they are I1S men nl bythe principles and policies they stand for in tho administration of the government I believe that in acting upon this view as an American citi zen I am in harmony with the spirit and purpose of the founders of our republic who put into the constitution that there should be no religious test as to qualifications to any office or pub lie trust under the United States My conviction is that the future safety of the nation depends very largely upon our people heeding that constitutional prohibition Our nation owes much In moral character statesmanship lit erature art and religion to those who have not been In strict harmony with some of the dogmas of the church The days of the inquisition are past Secretary Root on Tariff Wars Threatened tariff wars between the halted States and Germany and the United States and France have been averted by commercial agreements U- Dder the power conferred upon the pres ident in the third section of the Ding ley tariff act Perhaps the Bryan managers dis play such fondness for campaign rain bows becauso they dream of the tra dltlonnltpots of gold at their end It is possible to concede that after Mr Gornpcrs speeches In Texas th t- tateylO Democratic r DUNCAi CFFCCZS- jj GOMPERS IDEA r IJ I James Duncan first vice presi J dent of the American Fedora 1 1 tlon of Labor and International secretarytreasurer of the Gran 1 1 no Cutters International Asso elation of America has sent out numerous Identical letters de clarlng the absolute Independ enco from partisanship of the American Federation of Labor J The letter Is written on the stationery of the Granite Cut J tors union Mr Duncan is next J in command of the American Federation of Labor to Mr Gom I pcrs and his letters are a direct repudiation of the attitude of I the president of tho American Federation of Labor In taking tho organization into politics and exerting his influence to elect Bryan and Kern Mr j Duncan is not advising union workingmen to vote either for y Bryan or Taft but to rely on 8 their own judgment and to ex y erclso their own individual pref X erence The letter is as fol IX0 My Dear SIrYour Inquiry la e y similar to a number of other in j X Quince on the same subject and x X therefore needs the general an X swer 2 Tho labor movement of our coun try In as far as the political sit Y uaUon Is concerned Is now as T X heretofore independent of parties x X Those who have given the great X J eat thought to the subject within the ranks of organized labor have J been busy from year to year fore T X nogg time as part of their trade 5 X unionism teaching or at least ad X vising organized workers to not he bound to any particular party but to vote for the principles they be lieved were for tho greatest good J x to the greatest number of all the x X people and that if any person as X plred to public office to deal with jj the aspirant upon his merits and not because of his belonging or x not belonging to any particular X party The intensity of recent events has caused more activity among tho organized workers in as far as political affairs aro con cernod than In tho past and wo J 1 I may expect as men become e Ju cated to tho public needs and study tho science of government they will becomo still more active poUt 0 ically Tho labor movement advises j study of the different subjects and principles of tho great political parties and admonishes each or ganizod worker who is a citizen y and a voter and all should qualify x as fully as possible in both X waysto cost his voto on election O day in strict accordance with his consclenco as to what would bo y tho best for tho whole people X The huo and cry sent out by a X portion of the public press that tho labor voto was being bartered is but one of tho forms of political y buncombe which is used for exug X geratlon and to befog the publio J X mind The views Beliefs and In cllnations of candidates for publlo office should in each Instanco be Q carefully scrutinized by all good 4 citizens and which includes all J x voting organized workers Instead 3 X f simply voting for a man be f cause he may hold contain party affiliations and the election this y year and tho campaign leading up X to it as far as organised labor is 3 X concerned will be no exception to v that rule Very truly yours X JAMES DUNCAN Lightning has struck the Bryan farm but it lias a confirmed habit of not striking the owner t IVE BEEN I EEPJN COMPANY WITH WILLUM SO LON6II DO- BEEJEVE IM- BE6NNU6 TO LOOK LIKE THE DEAR OLD SOULI OO N0w0 Where Did IItt Come From A Story fa Seven Chapters I Mack and the Campaign Fund Z i1ustof the Democratic national committee said that he had secured I300000 from the past committee administration 0 II i What William Randolph Hearst Said In His Speech at Columbus Of Sept 17 Mr Roosevelt prosecuted the Standard Oil and the Stand ard Oil went oat of the Republican party and into the Democratic party The Democratic party welcomed it Mr Bryan appointed J N Haskell political paymaster of the Standard Oil to be chairman of his committee on platform After a platform had been drawn up by Mr Hskell which was satisfactory to the Standard Oil Mr Bryan made Mr Haskell treasurer of his na tioaal campaign fund to collect from the Standard Oil substantial evidence of the great monopolys appreciation III What President Roosevelt Said Governor Haskell stands high in the councils of Mr Bryan aid is the treasurer of his national campaign committee The publicatitn of this correspondence not merely justifies in striking fashi n tie aotfon of the administration but also cuts a curious side light om the attacks made npon the aibninistration both in the Dover convention which nominated Hi Bryan and in the course of Hr Bryans campaign IV What Haskell Said In His Telegram to N Hearst on Sept 19 Should this committee of newspaper editors find your charges sustained I shall withdraw from all connection with the present presidential campaign V What Chairman Mack Said Itregarded the question as to whether Taggart had turned over 300000 to me as a joke and my answer was intended as a joke also VI What Governor Haskell Said From New York Evening Tost Sept 22 I Kansas City Mo Sept 22 Charles N Haskell governor j of Oklahoma and treasurer of the Democratic committee passed through Kansas City last night bqund forhis home in Oklahoma from the east where he has been making speeches As Ms train pulled out Mr Haskell shouted And dont forget to lay that the campaign fund is growing flee I VII What Governor Haskell Did From JVetospaptrf of Sept 26 Chicago Sept 284overnor Charles N Haskell of Okla koma resigned as treasurer ef the Democratic national committee shortly after midnight after a protracted conference with Judge Wade of Iowa and Josephus Daniels director of the Democratic publicity bureau i n IAGAINST CORPORATIONS Judge Tafts Decision In the Narra more Personal Injury Case If men who labor come to know Mr raft und study what he has done for their Interests they will wonder how there could be any sincerity In the at tempt by the Democratic party to prej udice labor against him Take the Narramore personal Injury case In Ohio which when considered should forever set at rest all this man ufactured talk for political effect charging Mr Taft with being the father of government by Injunction Judge Tafts decision In the Narra more case when he was on the bench has been of tremendous benefit to employee as against employer In Ohio In personal Injury cases TIll facts of the Narramore case are thane Early In 1809 Narramore was a brakeman on the Big Four road One day while at work his foot caught In an Unlocked frog A train came along bud ho was maimed for life The rail rand refused to do anything for him and his wife and children dependent upon him for support Narramore sought the aid of the courts Ohio law held that the frog should not have boon loft open and courts generally held that an employee knowing that his employer was In the hnblt of disobeying a law Intended for the employees protection by continu ing at work assumed the risks of the employment The judge before whom the case was tried promptly dismissed the complaint On appeal the case reached the United States court of appeals and came before Judge Taft Judson Harmon argued very masterfully for the rail road but the Republican candidate for president went squarely against Ohio court precedents and of courts In many other parts of the country In rendering a decision In favor of Narramore In his decision Judge Taft said The Intention of the Ohio legisla ture was to protect the employees of railways from Injury from a frequent source of danger by compelling the railway company to adopt a well known safety device And although an employee impliedly waives a com pliance with the statute and agrees to assume the risk from unblocked frogs and switches by continuing in the service without complaint this court will not recognize or enforce such agreement The Imposition of n penalty for the violation of a statute does not exclude other means of en forcement and to permit the company to avail Itself of such an assumption of risk by Its employees IB In effect to enable It to nullify a penal statute and Iis against public policy- J e rafts decision still stands as the law In federal courts When the common pleas court in Cleveland took an opposite stand In 1003 the Ohio legislature In the spring of 1004 1pass- ed a law which made Judge Taftr decision one of the laws of Ohio Who shall estimate the service that Judge Taft performed for all who In bor In dangerous employment by his decision in the Narrnmoro case by which he made the law on the side of those who work The decision in the Narrnmore case was against gigantic corporate Inter ests and In the face of Ohio supreme court decisions but Judge Taft found a way to Justice through the meshes of the law skillfully drawn to do In calculable service for all time to those who labor His record on the bench Is not one requiring explanation but understanding to see Its convincing justness and fairness In all this talk for the purpose of creating mis guided prejudice there Is not a Demo crat In the land who has said that any of his decisions were wrong In all his career Judge Taft by deeds tins shown the broadest sympathy for all who labor No man will go fur ther than he In efforts in their behalf but he Is not Indulging In cheap talk of the Democratic type of hoodwink lag by mere promises and misrepre sentations to catch a vote WORLD BLAMES BRYAN Says He Must Hay Been Familiar With Haskells Record From the New York World Sept 271 The main fault to be found with Governor IIaskells resignation as treasurer of the Democratic national committee Is that it came a week too late Ilaskell should have been forced out at once and Mr Bryan should never have challenged Mr Roosevelt to prove tho Hearst charges or any other charges against the Oklahoma governor Mr Bryan must have known tins hells record when he assumed personal responsibility for the man If he did not it was because he hud chosen to be n fugitive from informa tion It was Inevitable that the mo ment Mr Roosevelt succeeded In mak lug nn Issue of Haskclls record the Democratic organization would be compelled to drop him The attempt to defend him was a sorry political blunder President Gompers and the Democratic Party President Samuel Gompers has al lied himself with Bryan and the Dem ocratic party Has ho acted wisely The majority of the Democrats In tho national house of representatives como from the south The south is an enemy of union la bor and believes In child labor Some southern states have no laws regulating the hours of labor for women and children and some have regu lations that are not enforced What docs Gompers expect from a party dominated by the south What benefit can the rank and file of labor receive by following President Gompers politically Wage Earner Ir STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expeit tailors employed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCanteItonInd r1lsM AMNOM H DeH riOORMA Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY Wilt practice his profession In all of tho Courts ot Rreekenrldga and adjoInIng count or Special attention given to colootlonl1 road cases and criminal practice License to practice InUmted States Distil Courts OIHco orer Bank of lIardlnsburll IF it is the surest and safest plate you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT C LEWIS ho knows howfand does as ho knows He has one eof the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddynt the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome you land give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Kyr lII ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No lift Dally Fast Train leaves CloTeroort 507 AM stop at Irvington and West Point only arrive at Louisville A M No alt ally Mall usa HxpreMiltaTeBGlo srrlesLuufevltle1145 at all way stations p m Train No 114 Dally fata mall leaves Clo verport45 p iu atopHat all way hint ions east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Ioullivl1le T alto m Train No 146 Dally CloTerx rt arioDirc dHtlon arrlrevOloTerport 810 P DI WEST HOUND No 147 Dally Evansrllle ooatmirddatlcn leaves Cloverport 600 a m stops II tallI way stations arrives EraiuiTin 900 am Train No HI Dally fast mall and leaves Clovtrport ilf a m stops only at Qawosvllle Lewinuort Mac o Owemborr tanloy IJottlvlle Reeds I1endelfon anI Bvansvllle arrives St Louis 7110 p m Train No 113 Mall and Exprefm dAily ar- rIves Cloverport 740 p m EvanHvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stutlorw No 115 dally St Louis fast train loaves Olo rerport 11 arrives Kvansvlllel 35 A M fit 16tPM M stops at Hawesrllle Owensboro and Ilenderfon only Chair cars on trains 111 112113114 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and tree reclining chair cars on trains 115 and UQ between Louisville Evansville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves PordsvllleOiOOu n rHes Irvington 940 amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 330 p m arrives Irvington 530 pIU Train No fl Sunday only Fordbvllle700a m Irvtmrton 435 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1110 am arrives Fordsvlllo 355 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves liTjrfton7C5 p m arrives Kordsvllle 1015 D m No Discharge Maggie said the inexperienced young tiling to the cook the biscuits were a sight If you cant do better next time 1 will have to discharge you Ye will will ye Maggie retorted Ill have ye know mum that Ive bin workin out two years an Ive work ed fer eightynine of the best families In town nn 1 aint never bln dis charged yet Im leavln this afternoon tel a better placeJudgeNone PopYes my son When a person saws wood it means they say nothing dont it Yes my boy1 And do women ovor saw wood iNo woman believe that sawing Wood Is a tnnns workYonkers Statesman To Make Them Smart Mr Todngog is an oldtlmc teacher He believes in the rod to brighten up boysWell Isnt that the natural way to make them smart The Burned Church Jim regarding damage to church by fire Good job It wasnt a factory Bill IJIllYoure right mate Only one man put out of work and he draws his moneyPunch- Sales 6000 A Year- A splendid business stand tore house stock of Roods good willetc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Hero is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGB CJoverpprt Ky I J c = k U II U 1 utj ry H at HH H r s 1t tY JJV yS rrr r rAa i Ii t I i r l I M II I j 1 I iI i 1t ft 0 I t I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday- S ibsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line MoneyInI Examine the label on your paper lfi1it is not correct pleaR- etotify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES I WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1908 The reason why you should vote for Taft is he is qualified fo the Presidency Bryan is not Yes Bryan has a record It can be found up at Ed Alexander in his phonograph The little old log cabin has the right of way this time on the ballot Had you thought of that in old Kentucky 1 The people are now voting for the man of standing character andexperience Wo have these men in Taft and Johnrnn Vote for them rrBryan will father any doctrine that ho thinks will get votes This is a pretty hard thing to say of a man of Mr Bryans standing but tis true and his record proves it Jerry Tilford has been conductor on the Branch Train so long that he knows the names of all the women and children who travel and the names of all the dogs that bark at the trains Jerry ila in love with his job so are the traveling public with him Dr Gaddie is going over the district trying to make capitalout of a few donations Col Johnson made to some churches and it is a fact that he was liberal in this way and helped one and all who asked for help It is no discredit to him His heartband a liberal Christian spirit Ben Johnson cnn help us in our fight for the improvQmont of the Ohio River Breckonridge county is vitally interested in this improvement She has more miles of water way thAn any other county in the district and u nine foot stage of water in the Ohio would benefit her immensely Ben Johnsons influence and his work for this measure would be worth ton times as much as the little influonco of a man like Gaddie Your duty as an American citizen demands that you vote for the man best qualified to represent you regardless of party No man alongtheI unknown qiantity Not known outside his home town Ills only rea I eon for being a candidate is ho hopes to get in line for a Post Office or some fut government posit- ionNOTICE I TAX PAYER Pay your Taxes Now and save paying the penalty V A Postal Card will bring the Amount to You MILT MILLER S B Co UOUR NEW ALL GOODS daysIn Cloaks Suits and SkirtsIf you ore getting a cloak skirt suit it will fiBitat f that will yourpurseand Childrens Underwearhave a full line of underwear at the est prices Ladies Vests worth 35c at 25c lions heavy fleeced underwear Ladies and Childrens union suits all kinds sizes HARDINSBURG H J Roberts and family attended the burial of Luther Hendncks remains dearj New Bethel Church Sunday Mr and Mrs Whitworth left Monday for Louisville where Mr Whit worth will remain through most of the week In attendance at the Grand Lodge Dan and Ernest Bennett of Ouster were here Sunday The Boone of Education will meet here at 9j oclock A M next Saturday the date having been changed to that timeEd Diliiou spent Sunday in Louisville- Dr McMullin was called to McDaniels dentist will be here Oct 26 and 29 Dr J T Baker of Centertown was here last week ooking after his residence property und meeting old friends Rev S JS Brear of Tresler was here a few days ago looking for a location He will probably go to Clifty Mills where he has a pleaching appointment for the ensuing year Supt Pile left Wednesday for Mun forilvillo where he presided at the Annual Meetingt of the Fourth Oon gressioual Leaders Association Friday and Saturday- Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard were in Louisville several daysjast week Lee Walls was called to Chenault Wednesday to see his son Jesse whose sudden severe illness was of an alarming natureDr Mather announces a series of sermons begining at the M IS Church South Wednesday night November 4 th The B F Board residence near the Pu lie School building will be used as the Southern Methodist parsonage this year Dr Mather and family have moved into it and are comfortably situated in one of the best residence of the city N The Ptiblis School pupils had holiday Friday while two of the teachers Miss McMullan at tl IVIiss Wellington were in Munfordville at the Association of teachers of the 4th Congressional DiglrictMik Mary Walls visited near New Bethel last waek I Hory Kurtz is hereuiuUr the care of Dr Day DeWitts Iidnay and Bladder Pills are just what you need and what you would get right away for pain in the back backache rheumatic pains and all urinary and bladder troubles Thousands of people suffer from Kidney and Bladder trouble and do not know it nhey it is a cold or a strain Dont take any chances Get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic and promptly soothe the pain Dont fail to insist upon DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We sell hem Sold by all Druggists MIX THIS Prepare At Home By Shaking In gredients Well In A Bottle What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken rom a New York daily paper giving a imple prescription which is said to be a positive remedy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement if taken jefore the stage of Brights disease Clothing I the line of ever brought to I handle the celebrated countyDoi line I also havo a of Childrens clothing and jr Shoes- I I handle the Star Brand Shoes for men women children the on my j f 5c Counters Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Kargon one ounce Syrup ounces Shake well in tf bottle and take in teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime- A wellknown druggist here at when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingredients are all harm less and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is in rheumatic afflictions with splendid re sults he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and back ache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a tria- lGLENDEANE Tom Moorman of Htirdiusburg wns in town Saturday Misses Isabelle Hendrick and Bess of Hardinsburg are visiting Miss Mollie Moorman Mr and Mrs A E Smith spent Sun day in Fordsville Miss Sylva Haltingly of Rockvale is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R MattinglyMiss Bailey has returned home after a few days visit to Miss Jonnie Mrs PE Dempster are visiting Mr and Mrs Fester Lyons of IrvingtonMiss Moorman delightfully intertnined the Y W A meeting Saturday afternoon Mrs Jno D Sha is the gufst of Mils Robertson Pate Whittinghill of Oweusboro is the guest off his father Mr B A WhUtinfhlll A fourteen year old son of Geo Mat thews while out hunting last Saturday shot and killed hinisclf Mrs Iva Simmons died last Saturday of consumption J E Smith anti T E Butler and wife are attending Grand Lodge this week Hud A Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of that Groom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For stveral months I sulfured 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 cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold by Severs Drug Co 50c and 81 Trial bottle fre- eKILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings Discovery FOR COUQHSPIIICE Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED A VILLAGE HOME Peruna Is As An AllRound Reliable Family Medicine There Are Thousands of Similar Homes In LI Which Peruna Is Being Used With the Same Excellent Results Fountainvillo Pa Fob 10 1902 S B Hartman M D Dear Sir I have boon thinking of writing to you for some time to let you know what Poruna did for mo I am 57 years old I lost my health six or sevonyears ago I first had dyspepsia and employed different I Injured ono of my kidneys I had one of the best doctors for that Ho put mo to bed not to move for two weeksI recovered but was so weak and prostrated that I walk but a short distance In fact I had to keep quietI several remedies but obtained no 1 also had catarrh in some formMywifo advised me to tako Poruna and it is with pleasure that I can say that by taking one and onehalf bottle of your Peruna it cured mo and I fool all right I send this with many thanks to you as I enjoy life again My wife hits also been taking your Poruna for asthma and it helps to ro lieve her Wo your Pornna in tho house constantly Again I say I thank you for Poruna Sincerely yours PHILIP KRATZ Fountalnvllle Pa Nov 9 1003 Dr S B Hartman I Dear Sir I have health now and your valuable medicine gave mo good health I have hold no doctor for somo UNCLE SAMS FORESTS ARE PROTECTED FROM FIRE Nothing better call the attention of thinking people to the necessity for the preservation of our natural resources than the great forest fires which have been so widely distributed throughout the country and have play edsuch havoc this summer It is doubtful if the losses for the year ig08 will ever be fully known but a conser vative estimate by Dr W J McGee Erosion Expert United States Depart ment of Agriculture placer the gate loss in all parts of the country during these months of at 1000000 a day In nearly instance probably in every instance these devastating fires might have been prevented if the various states had provided an adequate wool storm serge 1 worth 125 at Blank 11011 irs worth y 100 at 65c All colors in worth 125 at others too to 11 ti Irt Mens and boys hats and caps A com plete line at the lowest prices I time as I do not need any When I take cold I take Poruna and in a short time I am all right My wife Is subject to asthma She takes Poruna at that time and she has had no need for a doe tor for somo time With many thanks for your 1tiSincerelyPHILIP KRATZ 1000DrDear Sir Wo have Poruna In the house all the timo and whoa wo think wo need it wo take it We are about sixty years old and have not called a doctor to our for somo years Wo go out In all kinds of weather and sometimes when we go on a trip we take Poruna along A is bettor than a cure That has been our experienceI health Home years ago and when I found your medicine I hit the right thing We both thank you for your good medicine Sincerely yours PHILIP KRATZ Witness In ignnturcs I John DoniielJy Mayor of Doyles town Pa havo 1 n with Mr Philip Kratz f r 25 years I know him to bo an honor l le and useful citi zen He in my peseneo signed the above statements concerning Pornna which I have every reason to believe are true in all part tar SIGNED JOIN DO NELLY EsQ number of men to patrol the wo Ids and arrest all such fire in their iincip ieney and if lumbermen and other users of the forst were careful1 to dispose of brush after logging sons to 1Uncledo on his National Forests in the pre fighting line this year but his work has shown good results Exclusive of the salaries of forest the work of putting down fires on the National Forests for the year has costs the gover nment 130000 This means approximately 108000000 acres The of the timber destroyed will not be known until the fire reports are made at the end of the year though it is estimated that it will be larger than last year But it will be insignificant when compared with the appalling fire losses outside of the National Forests on unprotected areas or with the destruction which would have come to the timber in the National Forests had they not been protected MULES WANTED We want to buy 20 mlues W R noORflAN SON Glendeane Ky oII ii 0JillQomJill 0JII 0JII 0JII 0JIIQomDo o have been received and we cordially invite you to visit us We shall take great pleasure in showing you our entire new stock and assist you in buying your winter materials We hope we may be honoredwith your presence during the next ten r Ladies Y contemplating Mens Ladies 0I low and Jesse SundayDr think Mens have biggest clothing Irvington complete lino raincoats overcoats and See bargains and tOe Compound Compound Sarsaparilla three doses home often prescribed Hook MoormanDr Arrie accidentlly New Where Used about doctorsLast could relief keep good HOW could aggre conflagration every Dress Goods- All 100 broadcloth 100aAnd nummerous mention Hats place preventive acquainted officers protecting value Weanlings Special Prices This Week 0 7icHoosiorGood Cotton 4c Best Calicos 5c Good bed blankets worth75c L per pair 50c 100Goodpoundforgoods as cheap as the cash for I have strictly 2 one price to all Your little child can buy M goods as cheap as you can Q EDWARD F ALEXANDER = IRVINGTON KENTUCKY QII o Jill QomJII o JICZ30EZD CZTOEZD III QonJII oo Jil 0JU 0JIQJII I c J- rJ I i r- 0f + j 1 I iTIj 7- I h iari- I l p 1 She Breckenridge News 1 Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm absorbedGives It cleanses soothes protectsthe brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Tasto and Smell Full size LiquidOreamFay Brothers GO Warren Street New York WEDNESDAY OCT 211908 J PERSONAL AND LOCAL See Allen about millinery Miss Clara Fisher has gone to Phil pot A few trunks at the right prices at AllensAllen is a hummer when it comes to selling shoes Miss Susie Newton has been visiting in Owensboro C W Moorman Sr was in Louisville v Saturday Mrs John D Gregory spent Sunday at TobinsportIMrs James Cordrey went to Louis ville this week- Mothcrs Favorite bread made only by Home Bakery Mr L T Reid says Mothers Favorite bread for him Over three thousand pairs of shoes to select from at Allens Dr John Kincheloe was here from Hardinsburg Sunday No man in town boner equipped to Glove you than Allen The largest stock of goods and the lowest prices at Allens Miss Mary Lin Dittoof Brandenburg is visiting in Columbus Ohio Mrs Tom Bohlor wont to Louisville Monday to visit Mrs Wilbur Gregory- It costs too much to talk about Mothers Favorite bread in the paper just try it once and you will know the restChas Jackson and sister Miss Rachel Jackson spent Suuday in Can neltonMrs H L Stader went Louisville Monday to be the guest of Mrs Ike Meyer Arthur Scales of New Albany arrived Saturday to visit his wife for sever al daysSJ T Patterson will have a sale of household goods at his home on the hill Saturday Mrs Owen and Miss Rebecca Willis are visiting Mr and Mrs Matthews in PhiladelphiaMrs Stites of Louisville leaves soon for a visit to relatives at HopkinsvilleMrs Bennett of Zion iis visiting Mrs John Kincheloe at HardinsburgDo to see the real Gage hats at Mrs Polks They arrived this week from Chicago Mr Joe Fallon and daughter Sarah McAdams of Spottsville visited the Fallons Sunday Chas Sipes of Garfield was here Sunday the guest of his sister Mrs Polly Mattingly MasterdeorgeLouisville Monday Mrs Hannah Hardin and Miss Florie Hardin of Holt have been visiting Mrs Emma Hadin J T Patterson wilt have a sale of his household goods Saturday at 9 a Doctorssay undoubtedly mean Scotts Emulsion It would be just as sensible for them to prescribe Quinine in its crude form as to pre scribe Cod Liver Oil in its natural state In ScottsEmulsion the oil is emulsified and made easy to takeeasy to digest and easy to be absorbed in to the bodyand is the most natural and useful fatty food to feed and nourish the wasted body thatis known in medicine todayNothing can be found to take its place Ifyou are rundown you should take it Scud this advertisement together with name of paper In which It appears your address an- fsercents to cover postage and we will send yoe a Complete Handy AU of the World SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York I o Dr D W Gaddio republican Candi dates for Congress from the 4th Con gressional district was born on a farm one of nine children in Taylor county Kv in I80V where he live 1 and worked until he was twenty years of age At that ago he went to Louisville attending the Medical College of the University of Louisville from which he graduated He moved to Hodgenvillo Ky and actively engaged in his profession but he is never too busy not to take nn active interest in politics He is a clean man in ev ry particular and if he 5 is elected and he says he will be his con stituenta will have nothing to regret m Continue all day Miss Jennie Green has returned to Falls of Rough after a visit to Mrs Haldeman in Louisville The Rev Edwin Graves held services at the Presbyterian chuch Sunday and had large congregations- A new line of hats at Mrs James Cordreys this week Call to see hen before they are picked over G R French E R Robinson and Will Beauchamp went to Louisville Monday with a car load of hogs Miss Addie Ditto leaves Louisville Friday for Pineville to spond a wool with Mr and Mrs George Reese B Y P U will serve dinner and supper election dayxin Babbages Hall next to Democratic Headquarters- B Y P U will serve dinner and supper election day in Babbages Hall next to Democratic Headquarters V G Bab age of this city will ad dross the Bryan and Kern Club at Webster on Thursday night Oct 29 Mrs Cordreys millinery continues to create much admiration Do not fail to see the new line of hats received this weekMrs Geo Bentley and daughter Margaret of Hawesville wer the guests of Mrs James Cordrey last weekMrs David Murray and daughter of Hardinsburg and MrRobort Moorman of Glendeane were in Louisville ThursdayMrs Steele Messrs Edward SoghoILightfoot Exquisite black Gage hats at Mrs Polks The new shades are also brought outin the Gage patterns at Mrs Polks Miss Evelyn Young and Mrs Leiter of Morganfield will leave this after noon for Louisville after a visit to Mrs Chas B Skillman Mr and Mrs James LaFoe and niece Miss Maude Chambers of Owensboro were passengers on the train Monday for Louisville James Younger and Lenoard Oelze went to Louisville Monday to represent the Masons of this city at the Grand Lodge in session there Mrs Tom Brickey of Mattingly has returned from a visit to Evansville where she was the guest of her daugh ter Mrs Owen Sanders The Gage bats have snore style than any hats ever brought to this city and Mrs Polks customers are indeed grateful to her for bringing them here It is not going to remain hot all the time Better lay in your supply olf winter underwear and be ready when the cold does come Remember Allen Mrs Polk went to Louisville this week to buy more millinery goods She is still in the lead in selling the most hats and was compelled to call in extra help last week E W Smith of Henderson a dele gate to the Grand Lodges ys he was born in Stephensport 58 years ago and his wife whom he married in 1872 wass a Miss Sharp of Custer- Screened Lump Beat screened lump coal from Hancock mines a better coal than the old Sloa coal furnished in car load lots on tract at Cloverport for 10 cents a bushel o eighty pounds G W Newman Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST CLOVERPORTUBrkcnrlllKo CKY SOCIETY NOTES JThe continuance of the ideal and glorious autumn days is affording extreme pleasure for all lovers of out door life Several are spending the afternoons on the river some drive and others play tennis However many of the society set have been going to the parties given for the eighth 1908 Clover port bride Miss Marion Hawes Bow mer 000 Mr and Mrs Fred Fraize Miss Josie Raitt and Miss Jennie Warfield had a pleasant day at Hardins Mill Sunday They cooked dinner under the trees and had a pleasing taste of camp life 000 Mrstt James Harris and Mrs Ira Behen chaperoned Miss Eva Plank Miss Jennie Mabel Harris and bliss Edith Plank to Louisville Wednesday to seethe matinee Much Ado About Nothing 000A- nannouneement of much interest to many over the state is the engagement oi Miss Lillie Belle Mortimer and Mr Charles Thomas Stuart The wedding will be solemnized in Louisville the eighteenth of November Miss Mortimer is one of Louisvilles most popular society girls and Mr Stuart is a well known newspaper man 000 Mrs L T Reids party for Miss Bowmer last Wednesday afternoon was indeed beautiful The game fortytWi was played The colorscheme of the occasion was white and yellow and was attractively carried out in the hand painted tallies and ices 000 Friday afternoon Mrs Chns B Skillman gave a surprise miscellanou shower complimentary to Miss Bowmer The dining room where the shower was held was brilliant with gorgeous decora tions in red Red paper chrysanthemum wore used most attractively and a hugs one occupied the table and cover ed the gifts Miss Bowmer became in tensely excited as she pulled from under the flower many exquisite presents I Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every weak at Dr Lightfoots office HENDERSOjS ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to October 31 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 October 6 and 20 November 3 And 17 Decem ber J and IS 300 to Louisville and return from Cloverport Oct 10 20 21 good to return Oct 23 on account of Grand Lodge of Masons Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week followir g4th Monday 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 nil Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the oily positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a a constitutional treatment nails Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system 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 proprietor have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 7fc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation 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 tban five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring fora bad case of stomach trouble to little pur pose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as n andswell COc at Severs Drug Co SEEDSBnckbee1 Full of Life Northern Cro Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years successful seed growing behind them It pays plant the best- Seasonable Specialties BEANS BushelnRefugeeExtra Early 325 Bushel New Stringless Green Pal 370 Bushel BushelfCarries Rust Proof Wax 450 Bushel PEASExtra Early Alaska 350 Bushel New Early Gradus 5SSo Bushel Horafords Market Garden 350 Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express 500 Bushel Lettuce Radish Tomato and a full line 01 pricesSendf your requirements and wl1 quote prices Buy direct from the grower Save Money Write today Mention this paper H W BUCKBEE1301 uckbee St Rockford Seed Forms Rockford III of + + I Wantsrh3r rrr 3r 3r r FOR RENTA furnished room In a resl convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News ulace FOR SALESmall cottage known as the UrecklnrldgoDank SALEStandard gas englno oil and gasoline Breckonrldxt News Office theNewsness COR SALEScholarshlp in Bowling Green 1 University Howling Green Ky II reck enrldgo NewstNEATER and cooker combined stove for News otllce Fon SALETwelve nice stock Ewes and nakerylIardlnsburK onML1nWANTEUSucccss Magazine requires the a man In Olovernort to look utter expIring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods proforquallfleationsoption Address with references n Q Pea BldgNowLOST on Sept 2nd Cldlds Gold Locket with monogram N L L on the outside and InsidelillIdervlngton Ky and receive reward NOTICE ColumblnTrust lirickddallyLSUDdlts1D08 and ending November H iocs at the Inthoclaimstgnedestateof ngalnst the ns ToCompanyl i Farm Wanted SWIsh to hoar quickly sell DI11E good farm ot any size tromOWNEnSIINot piirtlfular about OWNKRS only need willing to oloso their own deal with BUYER without paying any mission to anyone I am no dlrltIIaccept no commission I wish nort my urNnnKts op IIUYKHH OWNERS so they can buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some OKI Ht Write quickly Otvo price and de scription so I can please my many pluletoyourlowestL DERBYSHIRE Box M2 Rochester NY tLtJ u Special This Week 15 20 AND 25 CENT ToothBrushes BrushesAt See Our Window Severs Drug Co V 6 BABBAGE Attorney at Law and Notary Public Cloverport x Kentucky anything are In trouble over any matter I can pull you out all right The cost can be adjusted later Do you want a contract deed or any legal paper drawnj Then call at my office and dont bother the lawyers over at Hardinsburg about it Do you want to borrow a little money sell or buy a good farm Do you want to rent a good farm or bargainDobest company in the world ihe Equitable of New Yorkwhose ad mitted assets are over four million two hundred and twentyseven thousand dollars If so I can write it for you Do you want to buy 2000 worth of bauk stock in the Bank of Clover port If so I have it for sale Have you any notes or acconnts or debts of any character that you want collected or closed up by mort gage If so bring 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 attention Respectfully V G Babba- geYOUNG MEN wnLEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing t increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Ou school only independent Telegrap School in Kentucky Superior meth ods in practical work under persona direction of experts Our students an 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Indiana IilDBfllJrtBftI1JB BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 22900000Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest pnidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY r 1 SHINGLE iiutWo have in stock about 125 Squares of Cull Shingle Tile suit able for roofing barns sheds and outbuildings of any kind which we offer at 200 Per Square These Tile will make an evorlristing roof Please call and ex amine thorn THE MURRAY ROOFING TILE CO I Cloverport Kentucky a Q IBefore and Alter Taking IQ I ShorthandA young man was drawing 50 a month He took a course M iThn at CLARKS SCIIOOL OF BUSINESS A year later his salary was ear 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 in m crease tho first year The second year he was getting 400 m W a month 4800 a year 4200 yearly INCREASE the 1 r second year p Get in now Right now You will be well started on 1 your work when the Fall enrollment comes Be graduated l at the time when not many arc graduating and have just so 1 much bettor chance for a position M Enroll any day Individual instruction m 1II Clarks School of Business 1 11035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky J1 Q x- 1 q n 1 7 s n H = c I I I I I So 1 i J r h r r I i tl 0 J 7 f 4 J iiiiII J II It t f 1 4 i I Fnf r- b r tet trr DOWAY IJfLMONICOS Incidents Recalled by Reopening Lyons Noted Place OLD NEW YORK RESTAURANT Glimpses of the East Side Resort When It Was In Its GloryPopular With Police Firemen and Bowery Wedding Parties Miko Lyons famous old restaurant pn tho flowery in New York has been reopened and the key thrown away onco more Lyons place at 259 Bowery near Houston on tho east side was oponed- In 1872 Then Lyons threw away tho key and tho pinto was never shut day or night Sundays or holidays He cant close because ho threw away the key when he flrst opened up sold tiio knowing onus But two years ago tho flowery was shocked one night to find the place closed up at midnight says tho Now York Post English Harry the head waiter who started In with Lyons as a boy ex plalned Times was when you couldnt get a seat here at 2 oclock 1iii the morning and wo had room for 300 at that he said Wo kept sfcc waiters busy until breakfast time Now theres only one walter on tho dogwatch and ha spends half his time asleep My son the Bow erys on the blink The old restaurant man who used to take pride In being around his place for about twenty hours out of the twentyfour seemed to lose heart after he saw the lights go down and he got out of the business last January when he sold out to his eldest son George Washington Lyons After his son took charge Mike went down to his old home In Louisiana for a long visit and after ho returned he spont most of his time on a little farm ho owns on Long Island The restaurant which Mikes good management caused to be known as the Bowery Delmonlcos saw little of Its founder after he turned lila back on It In August last year a deputy sheriff appeared tnd Mike Lyons was shut whereat the Bowery sat up and took notice and the part of Mulberry streets police outfit that had to be on the job at or around dinner time went to other restaurants and grumbled when the goulash had queer things in it and the ham and oggs fallod to como up to the requirements of the pure food regulations Ever since there has been a bare spot along the street to which the man owars man always turns because it juts been manowars man habit But the wide thoroughfare Is different very different A few years ago there was always something doing at Sul cldo corner where First street 1m plngos on the Bowery The girls who killed themselves there carne mostly from McGurk8 Suicide hall a bit north of Houeton on the same side of the street as Lyons Then next to McGurks was the Germanla a famous music hall where you could sip beer beside strong arm teams cadets and Jack tars for whom was created and sincerely chanted that Bowery war song which meant all that It impliedmore than can be said of the average song of the day Strike Up the Band Hero Comes a Sailor Over the tables at Mike Lyons the shifting tide of the Bowery was fathomed and It was at Lyons that one went be he cub reporter or plain clothes man to get the latest gossip of any precinct not to mention the poll tics churning behind the impassive I dirty gray front of 300 Mulberry po lice headquarters In days when Lyons was in its glory a dozen Inspectors to say naught of captains each with revolving satellite of sergeant and wardman and a hand fulI of flrp rtnnnrtmfint battalion ohlofa Are You Sick Much sickness is due to a weak nervous system Yours may be If it is you cannot get well until you restore nerve strength IYour nervous system is natures power house the organs of your body get their power from it If the power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick ness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a recuperateTry not quickly feel its bene ficial effect I was given up to die by a lead J ng doctor Got ono of Dr Miles books and found that Dr Miles Ner vine fit my case FrQm the very firsttt dose I took I cot better I am now than I have teen for years and do all my own work on the farm Thats what Dr Miles Nervlno has done for me and I am glad to recommend f it to others JOHN JAMBS RIverton Nebr Your druggist cells Or Miles Nerv Iine and we authorize him to return If It falls to benefitYIMUM Medical Co Elkhart Ind i t For Female Ills i You should take for female Ills a medicine which acts on the female organs and functions Cardu Is not a mans medicine It Is for women Its pure heal ing curative vegetable Ingredl ents go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and la flammation and build up their strength Tongue cannot ten writes Miss Nola Smith of Sweetser Ind what OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF has done for roe I am on my third bottle ned am so much bet ter Before I began to take Car dul I could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardu before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladid Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 40 MESSAGES FROM THE DEAD Sir Oliver Lodge Convinced That Wo man Medium Heard From Spirits Public Interest has again been aroused over the assertions recently by Sir Oliver Lodge that messages from the dead had been received by members of tho Psychical Research society by the publication of the details of the demon stratlons witnessed by Sir Oliver t- It appears now that the messages were transmitted through a medium who Is referred to as Mrs Ilollan drones who held a pen in her hand while her mind was a blank and wrote as the spirits directed she should write says a London dispatch Much of what came to ter told of tho transition from tho living state of the conditions that encompassed those who had departed from the material world and the difficulty those on the other side experienced in trying to open communication with the living It was declared that the living personality was on a plane so lmuch Iqwor than that in tho spirit world that It wasTllfflcult to transmit clear Impressions There is an attempt to convoy an don of existence after death and there 18 reference to an obscuration of con sciousness A message from Mr Our fey a founder of tho society was OB follows The nearest simile I can find to ox press the difficulties of sending a mes sage is that I appear to bo standing behind a sheet of frosted glass which blurs the sight and deadens sounds die tatlng feebly to a reluctant and some what obtuse secretary A feeling of terrible Impotence burdens me I am so powerless to tell what means so much I cannot get Into com munication with those who would under stand and believe me You need much training before you can ever begin to help me as I need to be helped and I do not know how that training Is to be ar ranged It is like Intrusting a message of Infinite Importance to a sleeping per sonAnother message was received It is declared from F H W Myers the distinguished author In which he IB reported to have said that at the moment of dissolution he became completely I unconscious and adds t The period of oblivion was unusually I long with me There was no link be tween my utter unconsciousness of things of the earth Tho last thing I felt was the touch that closed my eyes and my I passage to the piano I now occupy The transit was absolutely unknown to me and I am not conscious of a return communicateineffort but I cannot note the stages otjji the way Coupled with the report of the latest manifestations that convinced Sir 011jj ver Lodge of their genuineness Is the statement by William T Stead that he received a Communication from Mr I Myers to the effect that his discover ies annulled conclusions presented byII him In his book Human Personality These communications Mr Stead said came through a woman who often received such messages Diamonds For the Kaiser Herr Dornburg German secretary of state for the colonies will on his reEturn from Africa present the kai ser with a golden casket filled with diamonds from Gorman Southwest Af rica The casket is the work of lIcITr Burmcster a jeweler of Capo Town It Is twelve centimeters long and six centimeters wldo and has on the lid I the initial W surmounted by aII crown Seven diamonds are sej iu the lid representing the Southern Cross Many ills come from impure blood J Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels J Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens I stomach bowels and liver and purifies the blood r J Itching tortuing skin eruptions dis figure annoy drive ono wild DoansII Ointment brings quicl rolief and lasting cures Fifty cents atanv drug store Morgan Bros have built an addition to their store house which adds greatly to its convenience DISCARDED aPtNotless But that It grieved and saddened me to know How quickly time could mar your love liness And though to let you leavq mo I was loath A change thought I might benefit us both When first your dazzling beauty caught my eyo You were Indifferent to the staring crowd And quite unconscious of the fact that I To make you mlno impulsively had vowed For all things have their price and may be bought And you had yours though somewhat high methought And now all torn and tattered youve come back Your color faded and your looks for lorn And all in one short week alas alack1 A costlier shirt than you Ive never worn But what avails this fretting and this fuss The laundries always treat ones linen thus Puck A Leader of the Bar No Use Gluevra pleaded the young man jIn deep Impassioned tones I must speak The voice of my heart can be stifled no longer Every Impulse of my nature every tIber of my being every surging emotion of iny soul clamors for utterance Sensible as I am of my own unworthiness realizing to the full the presumption of which I am guilty In daring to aspire to your ihand I have no excuse no palliation save that with the deathless inextinguishable devotion of a heart never jbefore touched by the sacred fire I love Oh Arthur yawned the beautiful maiden why will you persist In mak ing those utterly useless nolsos Chicago Tribune V Rastus on Trial Bnstus was on trial for tho thoft of n turkey and took tho stand on his own behalf I didnt steal no turkey squnr 1 etolod a roll Well HnstuB how did those bones get In your back yard 7 They done conic dar without my Ipermlshuu an I aint sponslble You see squar I wuz ncedln firewood so I took de rail an toted It home nn der wuz a turkey on It a great big Ifellah Well sah whats on my lans jmine an I didnt give 1m no time to run off neither squar The squire deliberated n few sec onds Then he said Case dismissedI Harpers Weekly An Important Item Mr Splurge If it hadnt been for jyour extravagant vacation this summer we wouldnt be so deep in debt nowMrs Splurge Never mind dear Ill go to the mountains Instead of the seashore next summer Mr Splurge Huh You think that 1 will be more economical Mrs Splurge Of course I wont need a new bathing suit tben Cath olic Standard and Times An inevitable WasteII gave you twopence and you went Immediately Into a public house remarked the benevolent old gentleman Dont you know It Is very wasteful to spend your money on drink Ive often thought of that air re plied tho weary wayfarer but Ive never yet found a place where I could get It for nothing Pearsons Weekly Rash Compliment- sIm In a difficulty over my girl Whafs wrong Ive been saying such nlco things to her that shes getting conceited If I quit shell think I dont caro for her any longer and If I go on shell think shes too good for moPuck The Ways of Girls Pearl T shall never speak to him ngnlnRubyYou mean It Pearl I certainly do Just wait until I see him and I stall tell him so too Chicago News A Loud Food Mrs Howard The walls of your ipartment are very thin arent they Mrs CowardOh veryI We could actually hear our neighbors having celery for dinner last night Judge Casus Belli Bystander I wonder what the juryI found NativeJudging from the rumpus I guess one of tho jurymen found a nickel Puck His Horned Majesty Imp What Is the matter Satan That new arrival Is trying to shoot me for a deer Now York tins The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company l B F BEARDPresident M H BEARD Cashier I PAUL COMPTON r Assistant Cashier Capital Surplus I Pays 3 per on time depositsno more Three per is much as the banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay I dV rs atr1 rwA1ne THE BASTILLE Men and Methods In the Famous Old French Prison The Bastille as a prison was appar ently better kept and cleaner than either Blcetre or the Chatelet and im prisonment within its walls did not it would seem dishonor the prisoner or his family A great many prisoners were charged as mad and under this clastic term the violent maniac the ambitious madman the young spend thrift the megalomaniac the reacher for the philosophers stone or tho se cret of perpetual motion all these tiresome persons might be and were IncludedHow then did these prisoners live In the underground cells or dungeons as in the cells In the towers the prison ers were on bread and water as a rule In the other rooms in the main build ing three meals were served a day with drinkable wlnoIn potable In cer tain cases according to tit quality and distinction of the prisoner he might supplement the meager furni ture of his prison and get a provision of books Very favored persons were allowed their own servant If he would consent voluntarily to undergo con finement Voltaire began to write the Henrlade as prisoner In the Bastille Abbe Morellet of tho Encyclopedia speaks of the great fortress as the cradle of his fame but we must remember that it was perhaps not ad visable to say much about the Bastille when you were still living within Its walls and that as M Mouin has re minded us the old Spartans offered sacrifices to fear Prisoners more over had to sign on their release an elaborate declaration by which they swore never to divulge directly or indirectly anything they might have learned as prisoners concerning the Bastille Mrs Frederic in Nineteenth Century A Feat For Blondin Spooking of the straight and nar row path said a congressman re minds me of a story about a man I knew In Chicago who stayed very late at a dinner at the club When he came out he started to walk in the middle of the street Hey John said a friend who met him as he was making the best of his way along the car tracks why dont you walk on the sidewalks Walk on the sidewalks snorted John Do you think Im Blondin Saturday Evening Post Got Tired Quick- A farmer hired a hand from town The first morning the new hand went to work ho accompanied tho farmer into the hay field They put on a load and hauled it to 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fIl1 l1ti tiF Ir fi- rh C i 1i S- tth 81g tltt 1 1 f 1- rt r a k + 10f f t r I i t Ii I arr Is it tyrr orrn h de de di iff LABORS FRIEND tendered Valuable Servioe to Railroad Men IHE TOLEDOANN ARBOR CASE deice Given In Judge Tafts Decision Adopted by the Railway Brother hoods Democratic Politicians Use Trickery to Deceive the Toilers The members of the various brother loads connected with the groat rail oad systems of the country arc gen rally fegurded as possessing more han the average degree of Intel ence Their callings and the obllga lons springing from those callings nako the possession by them of a high rdoi of Intelligence indispensable Notwithstanding this fact the same ystcm of absurd falsehood is relied on o deceive and trick them into with Irawlng their support from the Repub lican party that is 11n general use by Democratic politicians to influence even the commonest and most Ignorant of countryOneery most frequently takes is that of hinting at what terrible things Wil liam H Taft did against labor organ lzatand its members while he was on TOO bench The one official act and declaration of Judgo Taft which is being used in that way on railroad men Is his decl slotik In what is known as tho Toledo Ann Arbor case Yet In that case through his decision Judge Taft ren dered an actual tangible and really labororganIzatIon organizations in that case has been generally adopted by the various broth erhoods and their members One of the rules of a great labor organization the Brotherhood of Engineers which was the cause of the trouble rule 12 has long since been voluntarily drop ped as being contrary to the bost Inter ests of both the public and the organ ization itself More than all that Judge Tafts de cision in tho ToledoAnn Arbor case contains as good broad and sound labor doctrine as ever found its way into printNow what was that ToledoAnn Ar pos case Most enlightened railroad men know all about it Many of them particularly the younger generation of them do not A strike of locomotive engineers pre vailed on the Toledo Ann Arbor and North Michigan railway One of the rules of tho brotherhood rule 12 re quired in substance that when so or dered by the head of the organization the men of the brotherhood or other roads should refuse to handle the cars of the road on which tho strike pro vaUt This rule was a dangerous one It probably never should have been adopted The attempt to enforce it in this case brought eight or ten railroads into court They sought protection against what on Its face was at least FACTSFOR WOMEN 7 LYDIA E PINKHAM No other medicine has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many gen uine testimonials as has Lydia E Pirikliams Vegetable Compound- In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound Almost every one you meet has either been bene 1ltedfby it or has friends who have In the Pinkham Laboratory at LynnMass anytvoraanany dayma s fICe the files containing over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health and here are the letters in which they openly state over their own signatures that they were cured byLydia EPinkhamB vegetable Compound Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgicaloporations lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable r anrd some and harmless 1 The reason why Lydia E Pink f hams Vegetable Compound is so ingredientsI the feminine organism restoring itt S toin healthy normal condition S w Women who are suffering fro tffosedistressing ills peculiar to thai Sw lies should not lose sight of the e milts or doubt the ability of tilt Pinkhams Vegetable Compoun- to restore their health im unWise policy for any body of men to adopt and involved in operation a possible stoppage of the carrying com merco of the entire country- It was a case of sympathetic strike And the sympathetic strike stands today from choice repudiated by all re sponsible organizations of laboring peb pie and their members The prIncpal outcome of that Ann Arbor case was that the right of em ployees to leave their employment whenever dissatisfied with Its condl tions was fixed beyond all possible fu ture question and some admirable advice given to the members of the or ganization to which they have faith fully lived up both Individually and collectively since We wish to snake plain if we can said Judge Taft In his decision to the Intelligent and generally law abiding men who compose the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers as well as to their usually conservative chief officer what wo cannot believe they appreci ate tlfat notwithstanding their pEr- fect organization and their charitable temperance and other elevating and most useful purposes the existence and enforcement of rule 12 under their or ganic law make the whole brotherhood a criminal conspiracy against the laws of the country That the rendering of this decision by Judge Taft was then in result an enduring service to all railroad men Instead of embodying anything con flicting with their rights and privileges before the law must appear plain to any ordinary manfIr there still remained any doubt on that score It would bo removed by the reflection that the rules laid down by Judge Taft in that case are now made a part of tho contracts and agreements of all proat railroad brotherhoods President Roosevelt on Tafts Judicial Record Mr Tafts record as a Judge makes the whole country hls debtor His ac dons and decisions are part of the great traditions of the bench They guaranteed and set forth in striking fashion the rights of the general public as against the selfish Interests of any class whether of capitalists or of la borers A Question the New Bryan Has Not Answered- If you were president and were call ed on to exercise your discretion affirm atively to maintain the parity between gold and silver what would you do Judge Tot to Mr Bryan Mr Taft can be trusted to exact Jus tice from the railroads for the vdry reason that ho can be trusted to do justice to the railroads HUMAN MONSTERS Degenerates Who Have Reveled in + Deeds of Blood No country is free from nightmare creatures twisted natures apparently born without the slightest respect for human life Some indeed seem ac tually to take a horrible delight In the destruction of their fellow creatures Such a one was Alfred Knapp execut ed at Hamilton 0 in August 1003 for the murder of his wife and four other women After his conviction and when he saw that no hope of life remained he coolly admitted that he had been a strangler for years pounc Ing on little children throttling them to death and hiding their bodies The human mole was a German degenerate whose horrible crimes shocked not only Germany but the whole world Johann Bobbe was his name Though thin and weak looking his hands and arms were abnormally developed and his finger nails wore simply claws Without any other tools than his hands he could burrow Into the solid earth He had a little tobacco shop In n back street In Berlin and here he ex cavated a deep pit under the floor and arranged a trapdoor over It At the bottom of the pit was a huge Iron spike He would decoy his victims ou to this trap and hurl them down to be Impaled on the spike below No one knows the full tale of his vic tims A deep pit was found In tho yard adjacent which was half full of moldering human remains Among others was Bobbea own wife Another German criminal of a sim liar type was the schoolteacher Muel ler who was arrested on suspicion of murder at Dueruburg near Bayreuth Evidence against him was only circumstantial and it seemed that he might escape till the magistrate had the remains of a widow who was sup posed to be a victim of his dug up and Mueller was confronted with them Then ho broke down and confessed to a string of murders extending over a period of eight years The details were so terrible that the court was cleared and later the magistrate himself came out white and shaken London An I swers Good morning said the soda water Ice You look rather spry this morn Ing Yes replied tho Ice cream freezer I just did a few turns You look ra ther smart yourself II Yes you see I have Just been Bhaved Exchange Make Cowards of Us All There is nothing from which even tho bravest man shrinks so pltifull as the lancet of the surgeon eve when It is wielded by the most skIllful of his craft London Sketch ji Slightly Colder With Snow When you see that kind of a xveathe forecast you know that rhoumatisn weather is ut hand Get ready for iii BallardmSn nv Liniment Finest thing made- or rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore and stiff joints and muscles al 100d1 A HARDL STRUGGLE Many A Cloveport Citizen Finds The Struggle lard With a back constantly aching With distressing urinary disorders Daily existence is but a struggle No need to keep it up Doans kidney Pills willcure you G E Gregory Bell Hotel Owens boro Ky sasliMy trouble was lame back or lumbago At times I could hardly 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none of the in jurious drugs which are required by the law to be mentioned on the label Hence you can use it saCelyI HANNIBAL HAMLIN How He Won the Title The Cartha ginian of Maine Among the many stories of ETnnnlbal Hamlins early experiences In the Maine legislature none is more animat ed than his tilt with John Holmes Interesting besides because It gives the origin of the Carthaginian of Maine a name that stuck to Ilamlln through life Holmes had been in the United States senate and at this particular time wrote General Ilamlln a member of the state house of representatives was endeavoring to domineer over it Ilamlln disputed the leadership with him and Holmes attempted to crush his young opponent by coarsely ridicul ing his swarthy complexion Instantly Hamlln jumped to his feet and point ing his finger at Holmos retorted If the gentleman chooses to find fault with me for my complexion what has he to say about himself I take my complexion from nature He gets his from the brandy bottle Which is more honorable This retort was greeted with groat applause and trios of Go onl- Hamlin I then continued pointing his finger at Holmes I will also tell the member from Alfred that he Is more conspicuous for trying to run dryshod over young men than for trying to encourage them But as long as they are true to themselves and to nature and as long as tho member from Al fred sticks to the brandy bottle they need not fear him As soon as the cheers of the house could be sufficiently silenced Holmes retracted his words and made a manly apology The young Carthaginian routed the old Itouinn was one humorous com ment on the incident and from that time Hamlln was thus frequently char acterized Lewiston Journal Washable Wall Paper To render wall paper adaptable for washing with soap and water without destroying the colors make a solution of two parts of borax and two parts of stick lac shellac or other lac In twentyfour parts of hot water Strain the solution through a tine cloth filter and coat tho paper with It several times rubbing the latter with a soft brush after every application till a bril liant polish is obtained It Is immate rial whether the paper Is already past ed on the walls or still 5n rolls Scien tific American An Englishman newly returned from America was asked if he had visited Philadelphia Oh yaas he replied Awfully odd place Nearly all the people are named Scrapple and they have a dish they call blddle every morning for breakfast Saturday Evening Post A Shaking Up may all be very well so far as the trust are concerned but not when it come to chills and fever and malaria Quit the quinine and take a real cure Bal lards Herbine Contains no harmful drugs and is ad certain as taxes If it doesnt cure you get your money back Fishern AN OLD TIME BREAKFAST What One Visitor Was Treated to at Washingtons Home Tho diary of MnimsBo Cutler the founder of Ohio anti the author of the ordinance of 178Y gives an account of o visit he made to Mount Vornon two years after General Washingtons death We say Geiiem Vanhing II ton for that was what Mrs Washing I forIwarMr Cutler says It was the desire of their party to arrive at Mount Vernon I In time for breakfast j odorki with Mrs Washington but the bud roads and worse horses detained them soI they did not reach there until about 10 which Mrs Washington regretted but silo said Breakfast would be ready In a few minutes The diary goes on to say In a short time she arose and desired us to walk Into another room where a table was elegantly spread with horn cold corned beef cold fowl red her ring and cold mutton the dishes orna mented with sprigs of parsley and other vegetables from the garden At the head of the table was the tea and herIsolfcompany The point of Interest Iis that breakfast menu five kinds of meat decked with sprigs of parsley and accompa nied with divers vegetables Isnt thoro an appetizing array anti doesnt tho heart long for just such a scene Of courso the mere feeders the fel lows that hanker for hot things may not think so but the very mention of cold ham cold chicken cold mutton and cold corned beef all in the same breath is nu ffppeal to a conscientious appetite that Is unresisting And that was a breakfast of the long ago Most generous providers these well to do people in the early days How good everything must have tasted That roast chicken and roast mutton and that great tender clean chunks of It that he would not dare say which was best for each was best Compare It with our latter day breakfastsnr- oll and an egg and n cup of coffee Of course we like our way but that Is possibly because these are degen erate dnys Ohio Stifle Journal HE WAS SCARED Why the Drummer Made Record Time Out of Pittsburg- I am not a man to brag said the Cincinnati drummer but I feel that I can honestly say that I was never real scared but one time In my life and that happened a year ago When asked In a casual way to backup his statement with particulars he continuedI at a hotel In Plttsburg I hind a room on the third floor and in corn ing out of it on an occasion I bumped against a man who was passing I was feeling In ugly mood that day nUll when tho bump came I shot off my mouth at the stranger He replied In kind and I suddenly shot out my left Tind caught him on the point of the chin anti dropped him like a log And you thought you had killed hlmr No Ho lay there and snored like a seal and 1 went downstairs and told the clerk he had better see to him Throe minutes later I had twenty dif feront men around me begging me to fly for my life lint why f Because I had knocked out a mid dlewelght prize fighter who had won over thirty bnttlos Gee whiz but when they told me who the chap was my knees gave under me my mouth got dry as cotton and I didnt stop for my grip I was lusting across the river within ton minutes and I didnt I daysIon knocking out a champion mIddle- weIght Did I run Well I made record time all right Chicago News The Way They Do In Holland Holland Is not a poor country As a matter of fact it Is the third richest proportionately of all Europe Its wealth iIs forcibly spread over Its tiny surface for lawmaking has prevented undue accumulation and quashed the small capitalist When the father or moths dies the farm business whatever the little property may happen to be is att onco cut up smashed to pieces flung on the market at any price The pro coeds are compulsorIly divided ainonj the children Therefore tho country contains many an idle household wltl just enough to live upon unwlll ing to earn more It contains howev er a far greater number with a little insufficient capital of their ownAr gonaut Men are so queer remarked the blond typhine Whats now inquired the brunette itenog When my employer has a long let ter he makes mo uso two sheets of pa per Instead of writing crisscross St Louis Republic Everybodys friendDr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache enrnche t sore throat Heals cuts bruisesscalds Stops any pain The Heat thaIH Doesni 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you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business aIf you want cash for your property send price and description at once aud llet us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage Two Jrootn cottugo on Murray Avenue Well located Ilonts for Q5 per month C 1 7501M acres on tlardlnsburff and 41 of Sinking rood 2 moos andga good big barn 80 acres in oak and beech timber Tho oak timber Is good tie timber never been worked arilLlmesWbe1 ruled either by water or lend both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms ono third cash balance In I easy payments Oern 3=2 acres on Uardlnsburg and 4OVOll puns of Sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements twot onestorjr dwdilings three big barnes house and blacksmith shop nil necessary outhouses 1BO acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good easv terms on balance 1 CAnn 7 acres situated 1H miles from I RldgolandIlug house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 burn 30x48 feet 1 neverfalling spring two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn lund 20 acres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balunco cleared Plenty ot good fruit Good road tn BtophensportsM miles and good road to Uol lK miles This farm Is notworn out It Is good land and In good fix Just the farm for u man with n small family 8t1ii 102 acres 6 miles from Clovorport onOIorurtprovetnenlHaroom dwelling barn 38x30 feet and other oat buildings 12 acres in orchard 500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acres grassbaIUItnever fitliluK sprints and a good well Good llmcKUiiif lundsultable for tobacco corn and whom VII orated for market Onethird cash balance on easy terms POU SAIItA farm containing 250 acresand wader fence A nlco cottage ct five 151 room t xo ctstorns u walled collar with ustor rruwuverit two good stock barns one tllllall hue abut 5UO tipple and poach trees iilito pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyuid of choicest grapes ZOO acros cleared blunc ua woods l25 acres In grass several grovesof black locust sulllclont for posts to wire tho whole farm In It lies near Ekron onlongFOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist physician In a good town surrounded by Rood prosperous farmers This Is just tho place for souse young physician to step Into a Ituod practice and a Itood drug business An old estaolishod physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling Kor further partIc- ulars address JNO U BABBAGE Oloyer port Ky ffJ RTUE HIGH GRADE CllifEIlClAl SCHOOt ofTHE SOUTH ALLOF TfiE COIN 7ERCIfIL BRANCHES lCLUDIN1 TEl llllPHYARE TAUGHT EtUTlFUL pTALOGUES LESSONS HiBOOKKEEPIHG BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSITiONS AND JOURNALS FREE WRITE Now ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREEN Kv t 1 a 12u 0o 1 u 0 rJ IIa I ri 0 X It r t i i j r rIt I L r X J I I I I f J Ir I j y i EDUCATIONAL BALLOT To Vote The Split Ticket Stamp Your X in the Circle Under the Log Cabin and your Vote will be Counted for Taft Then to Vote for Johnson for Congress Stamp your X in the Small Square Opposite John sons Name at the Foot of the Democratic Ticket your Vote will then be Counted for Johnson ID 0Republican Ticket Democratic Ticket For Presidential ElectorsI For Presidential Electors H G GARRETT EjWARDHEADLEY 0 EI 0 T J SPARKSrmLL111I B SMITH DJ 0 0 JPRAtfK i U RARRISS 0 JAMES S ROSSJ + O 0 I L B BOWS r LIII LnVEGA CLEMENTS DJ 0 0 JOHN A LOGAN 0FLOYD SANDERS 0 0 70Per Congress Congresst DB D W GADDIE 0BENJOHNSON IXI = 0 0 I nDOCTOR ADVISED USE Of CUTICURA After Other Treatment Failed Eczema in Raw Spot on Baby Boys Face Lasted for Months Cried with Pain when Washed ECZEMA WAS CURED AND HAS NEVER REAPPEARED If Our baby boy broke out with eczema on life face when ono month old Ono place on tho sido of his race tho sizo of a nickel was raw like boor steak for three months and ho would cry out when I bathed tho parts that Wore soro and broken out I gave him three months treatment from a good doctor but at the end of that timo tho child was no better Then my doctor recommended Cuticura After using a cako of Cuticura Soap a third of a box of Cuticura Ointment and half a bottlo of Cuticura Resolvent ho was well and his face was as smooth as any babys Ho is now two years and a half old and no eczema has reappeared I am still using tho Guticura Soap I think it is tho finest toilet soap I ever used I keep my little girls hair and taco cleansed with it too I am so thankful for what Cuticura has dono D11Alton SANATIVEAnt- iseptic Cleansing Is Best Accomplished by Cuticura Women especially mothers find Cuti curs Soap Ointment and Pills tho pur 10U8tieffective remedies for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin scalp hair and hans forinfiammatory ment of and ulccrativo condi tions as well as for re storing to health strength and beauty polo weak nervous remacurcr raaed runclown women Guaranteed absolutely pure under tho United States Food and Drugs Act t Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Jntanu Children and Adults eon alga of Cutieura Soap cl6e to qwmso the Skin Cuticura Ointment 60o to Hrol tbo Bkln and Oitirurallwolvent C0oorjn tho form of Choeptotp C ntcd tthtm 2e per vial of 00 to I unify the Ulood- B old throUghout the world IotUr UruC k throw Con Sole Irop notion Maw coMailed free Cuticura Hook on 8kln Diseases RAYMOND Mesdames Jerry BashAm and C M Morris were in Stepliensport oat- Wednesday shopping Miss Edith Knott has been on the sick list for the past week Born to the wife of Preston Haynes a fine boy W B Gardner of Chenault passed through here last week enroute to IrvingtonSeveral from here attended court at Hardinsburg last week Mr and Mrs C E Arnold visitedat Richard Avitts at Lodiburg last week Mr and Mrs Tom Beard of Kirk and Sandy Hendry of West Point came last Sunday to attend the burial of their sister Mrs Jane Basham which took place here on Monday Oct lei Mrs S A Stiff and grandaughter Miss Velma Bruner spent last Wsdnes day at Frank Bashanis of Lodiburg with Mrs Eddie Krouse Mrs Sam Ater and baby visited Mrp Ola Robbins at Ammons part of last weekThere was no school last Friday Our teacher Mr JasperHead left Thursday night to attend the Teachers association this shows interest in his schoolwork Mrs Leon Cashman spent last Thurs day at James L Cashmans at Union Star Wm Chappell our generous mail car rier was in Irvington last Friday John Williams Peddler was through here last week selling goods 0 E S Organized f Laura Stith Chapter 0 E S was organized at Bewleyville Ky Oct 5 1908 by Mrs John Tinder Grand Sec retary of Louisville Miss Blunche Jolly is Worthy Matron Mr G Overton Blnn ford Worthy Patron Most of the eligible ladies of the community took the degree and the Chapter gives flattering promise for the CutureJ 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 7th 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 n complete line in Dry Goods Carpets House Furnishings Readytowears Shoes Millinery Furniture Fancy Goods Boys Clothing llQID YOU EVER BURN WOOD It is the most fascinating pleasureone that will help you while away the weary wintry days It is becoming more popular every day you can soon learn it you will enjoy itit is instructive as well as entertaining Our now Wood to Burn catalog is now being completed and will be ready for mailing in about 10 days If you wish one write us sending your full name and address and we will be glad to send you one when they are completed THE WAY TO OBTAIN RAILROAD REBATE will be explained to you if you wish the information All that is necessary is to drop us a card and wo will bo glad to furnish you the details Nobby FaJl Coats Suitable for Present Wear for Women and Misses shown xt 308 and 498J f 332338 West t Market Street Fourth Ave1319 4 Ia4 VVlltN YOU VKITU MfcNTlON ftltJ URJ L NRIDOE NEWS DUKES Mrs Clint Bivens who has been dangerously ill for the past week is slowly improving John Duke has malarial fever Roy Sapp was in Hawaeville Tuesday businessAmos and family moved to heir farm near Pollville last week vhich he recently purchased from Mr Newman Consideration 1500 Steve Powers has moved his family- to the Joe Ballnmn place Mrs Nettie Travis and children Mabel and Arthur returned to their home at Island Station Saturday after a two weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs John Evans Misses Margurite and Eva Bashamof near Clovorport spent Tuesday with their cousini Miss Pearl Basham School was suspended last week on account of the Hancock Teachers In stitute at Hawesville Sunday School is progressing nicely- at the C P church at this place Miss Jessie Wheatly and Homer Tindle attended the Instituteat Hawes ville last week Mr and Mrs Reuben Hall were call ed to the bedside of his sister Mrs Willie Scifers of Gatewood who is very low with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Jake Shaw of Skill man were the guests of Mrs L New bury Sunday Misses Pearl Basham Mable Hall Flora Newbury Josie and Zena San ders Margurite and Eva Basham Messrs Hilous Eugene and Eulace Basham Virgil Ray and Will Sanders attended church at Bethelhem Tuesday evening A Healthy Family Our whole famly has enjoyed good health since we b gn using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says L A Bartlett of Rural Route I Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that doss you good 25c at Severs Drug Co Gets Leave Of Absence Miss Mamie Elizabeth Graham has gotten a leave of absence from the telephone service iin this city She will be athome until her health improves which her friends hope will be very soon Miss Graham is one of the most ac comodating young girls who has ever held a position ip the Cumberland exchange office in this city Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 25 Fourth stre tbotbphones Owensboro Ky E INCORPORATED STEPHENSPORT Mrs N B Netherton and daughter Louise of Irvington have been the guests of Mrs L D Fox a few days Mrs Chas Payne and children of Lodiburg were guests of Mrs Fred Dickeman last week Misses Katie and Lizzie Eskridge and Mrs Wrn C Haswell and daughter of Hardiuslurg visited Mr and Mrs Geo MrCuhbins last week Say have you noticed that Stephens port items are a little short lately Well our clever correspondent is grandinpthor now and she hasnt time to write for entertaining her grandson Stephensport has two good Hotels now Mr Thompson of Amsterdam has charge of the Hotel Mi way and is a fine Hotel man And the Bennett House is still running which is too well known to need any extra comment Rev J F Winchell is holding a series of Meetings at the Baptist Church He is doing some fine preaching which is very much appreciated by all Iet every Christian pray for success in winning souls for the Master Mrs Latitia Robertson has bought the Rolf property on Main street and has moved into it Our people are rejoicing over the fact that Conference sent Bra Roberts back to us He is a good man and has a good wife All denominations like them both All our Merchants have a nice full stock of winter goods and all seem to be enjoying good trade R H Bennett is clerking for G W PayneMiss Zelma Lay is teaching a fine school at this place with good attend anceMr and Mrs R A Smith visited relatived in Meade county last week Rev E B English and wife Hardinsburg were guests of his father H S English last week Geo McCubbitJR has just recently put in a splended line of shoes 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 itII Only 25c at Severs Drug Uo Seriously III Alonzo Bennett an old resident of Bewleyville is seriously ill at his home Mr Bennett is well known all over the county and his many friends will regret to hear of his illness A Nice Dear I would write a letter to the NeWs I have lots of uncles and aunts there which I have never seen but wopld love to see them very much There is a good crop this year wheat is worth 85 c per bUj corn is worth CO c per bu I am a little girl ten years old My name is Miss Allla Brown I like her fine I go to school every day I like to go very much There are five dry goods stores In town There ara wo drug stores one Louisville Kentucky 3 ywilAr lsMN wNg11NW1AY1AAYrNiWM1I IIIfyou want bargains i- nWINTERI I CLOTHINGnow them of the well known firm o- fGlasscock Compy o0f GLENDEANE KY Letter EditorI thought living teachers furniture store one hardware three implement stores two banks and one floUr mill We havnthad any frost out here yet this fall It is fine weather now Well I will close yours Ruth Basham Alton Kans Oct008 i OfjDont be deceived by imitations DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve f When you ask for DeWitts be sure to get hiThe name is stamped on everxL1 box There is just one original It iis J especially good for plies We sell and n Drugbnstsr a F c f h l W I- i j T I t- II L