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C- p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVEkPORf KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 8 Pages NO 16 Every Farmer InThe County Should A T = iW 4 AEJs Ii THISMtnI tVI eeI1 I A Farmer gets the following Prices Now for what He i sells off His Farmt WHEAT L wwnuww W u uwu m11NY Per Bu 11021 CORN ti 78wwW WW wW o W1ww Y oTs h 512 I 1 HOGS LbWww 06 t EGGS t W Per Doz 20 II I CATTLE 0 WwWwwww wWWNww wwwWwPer1 Lb 05 CHICKENS ww L W Www 12i t I in THREE ACCIDENTS OCCUR SUNDAY All Residents Of Breckenridge- County Earl Snyder Of k J 7- ti Hardinsburg Worst MISS ESKRIDGE IIUJtT Sunday seemed a fatal day for three persons and accidents occured to them Eskridge was driving on the Pike when a wheel came off the buggy causing the horse to run frantically She was trown from the conveyance sustaining- Injuries7 of the hand and head At Kirk Monroe Dunn a ten year old boyr fell from a horse and broke J his ankle Earl Snyder of Hardinsburg got his trright leg broKen coming home in a Iwagon from McQuady t Election Day i I t i The B Y P U wjlll serve clinner and t supper Election Day at Babbages Hall f next door to Democratic headquarters tJI The News Staff J I Thursday the Home Bakery present ed the News staff with a box of Browns Homemade Candies The box contain t to ed the different varieties chocolate cream and mints They were allgood especially the peanut The mints are delicious and are fine for parties and entertainments The News staff always J r appreciates such compliments 1 r i Screened Lump f Bwt screened lamp coal from Hancock slices a better coal tbaaie old Sloan coal I furnished in car load lots on tract lit CloYWport for 10 cent a bushel of poanded G W Newman I Lin n a POTATOES 100 SORGHUM MOLLASSES Per WOOL Per GOOD GOOD HORSE WORTH FROMJ150 20000 SHEEP per BURLEY TOBACCO as high as 1600 Round Is not the Farmer satisfied with these prices Then why should the Farmers vote for any Change Think this over your home and then vote for TAFT next Tuesdays injuredY Florencer Compliments liWhat Four Years of Bryan Would Mean t V 7 I J 4 TJkole would only him and let me havo a much needed restJxiperg Weekly jINooDErnest decide I r success at the Cincinnati School of Art aqd great expectations follow him iin his work Just recently material has been selected for the Schools catalogue and fifteen pictures were chosen from 800 drawings one bf these i being a sketch by Mr Haswell 000 Vivian Pierce who has a good posti tion with the Louisville and Atlantic R Rat Versailles attended the BOwmerMoorman wedding Mr r JJD r caught the brides bouquet as rPierce it from the stairway and knows what that means 000 receiveddin this city from the Carnegie Hero Fund Commissionin regard to the recent heroic ilct of itaymond May and it is very probable that he will receive a medal from Andrew Carnegie 000 Remember your friends with a copy of the Newsa welcome souvenir 000 Douglas Rafferty has been here a few days frojn New Albany attending to business matters for his mother As t r J Per Bu Gal 50 Lb 30 A MULE IS WORTH20000-A IS to Lb 05 a SamIf somebody chloroform soon as hereturns he expects to accept a position in Louisville where he will be ablel to use bis rare talent for drawing 000 Harold Murray has entered upon a mechanical course of three years at the L H St L R R shops In this city 000 Among the promising young men at college this year are John Jarboe Wallace fierce Sterrett Jarboe Russell Harris Wilbur Hamman Wm White Roy and Allen Kinchefoe of Hardins burg RaymondParker of Tar Springs Irwin Taylor of Custer Hughes Ire land of Skillman Robert Lyons James Cunningham gild Joe Piggott of Irv- ington Three students who should be lauded and cheered are Messrs Louie Ditxen baugh James Burk and Virgil A Bab bage who are members of the 1909 graduating class of the Cloverport High School 000R- ememboryour friend with a copy of the Novs a welcome souvenir 000 Hubert Piggott one of the best known college graduates ot I Brecken ridge county hat a lucretative position MinneapolisMinn I 000 David Murray Jr who spent Sunday in this city It nowreading law at his fathers office in Hardinsburg 000I IA SlLturdayinBabbageisSterling having perfect satisfaction with his school work there 1 000C- ontinued Next Week Mr Miller Hopes IChas B Miller of Eddyville was here last week enroute to Hardinsburg to yote for Billy Bryan Mr Miller re I newed his subscription to the news and says the editor is getting in line again by endorsing Johnson and hopes he will get back to the Rooster by the next four years COURT NEWS The case of Russell Hutcherson Vs Jarboe Sheeran in which suit was brought for 6900 on a timber deal oc cupied ten whole days of the courts time The jury was given the case at 2 oclock Saturday At 330 Monday they announced that they were hope lessly hung and were dismissed 000 The case of Miss Mary Collins Vs the town of Irvington for damages for being bitten by a vicious dog was tried Monday The jury gave her 175 which is but 15 less than she asked ok- II FINE LETTER rStephensport Correspondent Sends Lots Of News And Personal Notes IrvingtonSaturdayenroute ofMrMiss Hettie Allen has been visiting relatives near Hsrdinsburg forLakelandMrs S H Dix tfewMrs W H Lennon and children Hart1iDiburg and Mrs R A Smith Mrs tee Yeager and children of Rockport Ind are guests of her par outs Mr and Mrs William Hanks Since arriving here one of Mrs criticallyill returnedfrom weekforMrs Ollie Lay is visiting her daugh ter Mrs Sam Reynolds of New AlbanyMr Jamison and son of Ohio spent the day with his father Geo Jamison recently E H Miller attended the Grand Lodge in Louisville last week Mrs Sarah Ahl has returned to her home In Moweaqua Ill accompanied Mrs MolUe Adkisson She will spend the winter with Mrs Ahl We have a fire bell in town now erected by W J Schoop one of our wide awake merchants Ed Atkinson attended the Grand Lodge at Louisville last week asregrei sentative of the Stephensport lodger Every lodge but four In this State answered to the roll call at the grand lodge in Louisville lastweek i La 1 iTab1e George 7Jy Barr I McCuicheon n Author of Beverly Copyright 1906 by Dodd Mead tCompanyof Gtaustarlt Etc oboao CHAPTER XVII WO days passed before Dar l vld Cable was permltte- to j r see his wife Durln I k those trying hours ho live J an age of agony In suspense She had been removed to her home late on tho night of the hold up as the newspapers felt justified In calling It He did not go to his office the next day nor the next but haunt ed her door sleepless nervous held close by dread A dozen times at leas he sought admittance to her room but was always turned away cursing the doctor and the nurses for their inter ference His worst fear however was that his wife would not forgive him Not tho dread of exposure nor his ow t shamo or remorse not even the pun ishment that the law might Infilc could be compared to the fear of what might be her lifolong hatred HoJ grew to feel that the doctor tho nurses the servants looked upon him TV i ita strange unfriendly though re slit tful eyes In tile heart he behove- th rt his wife had cursed him In their ponce laying bare his part in the UiUiaippy transaction- At last the suspense became unbear able lIe hud noticed a slight cliango In Janes manner and at once attrl III utfd it to something his wife had BflM for Jane had been allowed In the si k room The discovery that she was not his child had not as yet struck drop Into his understanding In a vague sort of way he realized that she was different now that he knew but It was Impossible for him to consider her in any other light than that of the years gone Jicy The time would come when the full realization would cut Into his heart more deeply thnn now but at present a calamity of his own making was forcing all other troubles into the background His greatest de sire was to reach his wifes side to know the worst that could come of his suit for forgiveness The evening of the second day ho swore that he would see herand alone They admitted him and he entered trembling In every nerve She was lying white and haggard In her bed her back toward him He paused for an Instant and was certain that ho saw her shudder violently It was significant She feared and loathed him Is it you David he heard her ask weakly At last Oh I was afraid that something had happened to yourI ThatHe threw himself on his knees beside the bed and wept with all the pent up bitterness and misery that was In him and still be was afraid toI speak to her Not a word left his lips until he felt her hand in his haira j tender timid hand It was then that he bogan pouring forth his cry for foriWith heivouoss a groan her own appeal for mercy I We can talk about Jane another I time not now he cried I must- I t I 1i 40B00 He threw himself on hts knees beside the bed know that you forgive me I dont care for anythingnothing else in tho worldWhen the nurse came in a few minutes later ho was sitting upon tho edge of the bed holding her hands in his Their faces were radiant f Please stay out he said almost grufflyFor just a little while his wife added gently The nurse hesitated a moment and then left the room U Frances Cable told him Janes history so far as It was known to her He listened dully r ti She will never know her true par r f ants said silo In the end 1 uN6 I supnose not said ho looking ou the window 1f undorstand dont you DavidI deafWtlhe said feebly How I dreadI e Hto to have you learn tho truth after all those years and above all how I hoi Pd that Jane might never know I l 1101 nvorv means In my DOWer to f4- U 4 h k Lu ouy James Btmseinors silence am buried her head shamefully In her arms After a moment she went on He professes to love his son but hL Is tho love an animal gives the off spring It would destroy And yet Graydon worships him Are you quite sure that Graydon IsI as unsuspecting as you think fatherdJaner aaparty to his fathers schemes James Bansemer has not already told Graydon he never will It is not his plan to do so His only object hay been to browbeat mo into submission David it will all come out right in th end wont It Youll forgive me tYes dear but this man and David Cable shook with emotion as ho spoke will havo to answer to me There will be no more to fear he said yeas suringly Ill crush him as I would snaketDavid you must not 1Dont worry he broke in Ill at tend to him and seo that no tiara hatno business among honest people But David I was not honest with you she confessed 1Tl1at was a long time ago and shes as much mine as she is yours facerdIll admit but It cant be helped It was thus that tho man whose anger only a few hours before bad led him almost to crime now readily absolved her of any blame moonedbIt will break her heart She is so proud and so happy Yes shes proud There is good blood In her I dont wonder now that I used to tbnk she was such a marvel Shes shes not Just tho same sort of stock that we are take it as you willShe never must know the truth David Shos bound to find it out dear Wod better toll bor It will be oasiey for her Itansemers fangs must be made harmless forever He shant bother her Shed hotter hear the story from us and not from him But Graydon Shell lose him Da rid Im not so sure of It Shes worthy of any mans love and we must know that Graydon loves her Ill trust to that But first of all we must put it beyond the power of James Bansemer to Injure her In any shape or form Then when I go after him Graydon- or no Graydonhell know that there Is such a place as hell Be rational David Let us take our time and think well dear 1 cant bear the thought of the story that will go out concerning mehow I deceived you about Jane for years and years What will people think of me What will they say she almost walled Frances said he his volije tense and earnest that is between you and me I Intend to say to the world if occasion demands that I have known from the first that Jane was not our child That will be Oh David you cant say that she cried Joyously- I shall say It dear old partner I shall say that you took her from the asylum with my consent There is I only James Bansemer to call mo a liar and ho will not dare That old man Droom David his clerk The man who saved meho knowsHe is in the boat with his master He did save you though Ill spare him much for that And I have more to fear from him than I you think Francos I am sure he saw me night before last down there at the sea wall Ho knows I am morally cer tain that you wore not attacked by a robberBut David I was robbed My rings and my pendant wore taken by somo one If Droom was the first man at my Bide after you then ho must rave taken them- I cant charge him with the theft groaned Cable He saved your life and he might ruin mine I would give anything I have to know just how much ho saw of the affair I cant ac count for his presence there It seems like fate It is Impossible for him to accuse you David It is not impossible Im afraid Ho may havo seen me plainly But I have described my assailant to the police You do not answer tho description in any particular In the next ten minutes tho nurse came in twice to caution him against overtaxing her nerves politely hinting that ho should depart at once There was no medicine no nursing no care that could have done her so much good as this hour with her husband It hurt me more than I can tell you David when I saw that you were jealous of him I could see it growing In you day after day and yet I could not find the courage to make every thing clear to you Oh how could you havo suspected me of that Because I am a man and becauso I love you enough to care what bebomes of you I was wrong I am happy to confess Forgive me doar I cant tell you how terrible the last month has I been to me I cant toll YOU of tho hit U b- S irr muuguta i nave nau nor vim YI clous deeds I have planned I was al most insane I was not accountable I have much to pay to you in tho rest of the dears that I live I have much to pay to my pwn conscience and I also owe something to James Bansc mer I shall try to ray nil these different debts In the coin that they call for We owe something you and I to Jane said she as he arose to leave tho roomA and more lovo than ever Frances I love her with all my heart When you are stronger we will tell her that she is1 not our child We have loved her so long and so well that she cant ask for better proof of atIdear Tomorrow I shall begin pulling James Bansemers fangs Ho found Graydon downstairs with Jane A sharp look into the young mans eyes convinced him that his questions concerning Mrs Cable and the latest news concerning the efforts to take the bandit were sincere Cable held his hand for a long time tho firm wqrm grasp was that of an hon est man As he stepped out Into the night for a short walk over town ho wondered with a great pain In his heart if Graydon Bansemer would turn from Jane when he heard the truth concerning her 1 r CHAPTER XVIII TS Harbert said Elias DroomWhy didnt you say to him that I am busy J I dont want to see him said his employer In a sharp undertone Drooms long finger was on his lips enjoining silence He said that you wopldnt want to see him but that It didnt make any difference Hell walt he says They were In the private office with the door closed Bansemers face was whiter and moro firmly set than ever The ugly fighting light was In his eyes againIf ho has come here to threaten me Ill kill him ho said savagely Youll do nothing of the kind said the clerk with what was meant to be a conciliatory smile Meet him square ly and hear what he has to say Do you suppose she has told Ca hereImuch If I were to tell the police what I know hed have a devil of a time getting the presidency of his road Besides they both owe me a vote of thanks Didnt I have senso enough to make It look like robbery Yes but curse your stupidity they may charge you with the job Nobody would believe that Cable would at tempt to rob his own wife But they would in any event decide that be had taken the rings to make it appear like robbery There was a hard rap on the glass paneluHes bound to see you sir Well then show him Inl snarled BansemerMr will see you sir said Droom suavely opening the door suddenlyThanks said Harbert shortly He entered the private office and faced tae lawyer who was standing near his desk Ive taken advantage of your Invitation to drop in and see you This is one of my busy days Mr Harbert said Bansemer determined to come to the point at once How ever I hardly expected a social call from you so it must be of a business nature What is it It concerns your son Mr Bansemer Im here in the capacity of a physi clan You must go away for his health Harbert smiled as though ht thought it a good joke Bansemer turned red and then white- I dont quite appreciate your wit sir My humor Id suggest as a sub stitute Well to be perfoctly plain I sir your son does not know the true nature of the malady He Do understand you to say that be really has an ailment exclaimed Bansemer seriously- It Isnt hopeless my dear sir My only desire is to keep him from ever finding out that ho has a malady Ho is sure to learn the truth If you remain here Harbert I understand you now and I want to say this to you Ill not drag that boy away from this city Hes successful here ami hos one of the most promising young men iui town Im not going to havo him I hvl1lrnm twn to awn be q 4 iifr iW Iv1 TOU aont quite unaersiunu me DU Jn the contrary he should rcmaii Here What I do mean to say la this Ho wont feel like staying hero If tht truth about his father Is uttered Thats the brutal way to put It Ban somer but youve got to get out Tho two glared at each other for a full minute Bansemer was as white as a sheet but not with fear Harbert bo said In low tones Ive half a mind to kill you Dont Youd hang for it There are at least a dozen members of the bar who know that I have come hereto see you and they know why too See here Bansemer youre a scoundrel to begin with Youvo always been a knave How you happen to have a son llko Graydon I cant Imagine Bansemer I believe that I drove you out of New York You escaped without esposuro simply because the wit nesses lost their nerve That wont bo the case here You think youve coy ered your tracks nicely You havent Youvo tripped Into half a dozen traps t dont know what your game Is will the Gables but youre base enough to take advantage of your sons position In that home Dont Interrupt ID soon be through Im a man of few words If It were not for your son Id swear out the warrants for you today on five different charges For his sake Im going to give you a chance Ive worked on you for three years 1 swore Id get you some time Well Ive got you and Im going to cheat myself out of a whole lot of pleasure Im not going to smash you as I in tended Your sons friends hare pre railed To show you that I am not bluffing I have every bit of evidence In the Burkenday case the Flossie Bellamy Job the Widow Hensmlth affair and It was a damnable one toowith two or three more You broke that wom ans heart I dont suppose you know that she died last month You never noticed It oh Her precious coach man Is living like a lord on tho money you and he took from her Old Burken days housemaid has bought a little home in Edgowator but not from her wages Tho two + obs you now have on hand never will be pulled off The girl In the Banker Watts case has boon cornered and has confessed She is rondy to appear against you McLon nans wife has had the courage to dofy your accomplice that dastardly butler of theirs and he has loft town frIght- ened out of his wits Your time has come The jig Is up It wont be as It was In New York because we have the proof There Is a committee of three down In Rlgbys office now waiting for me to report If I take word to thorn that you expect to sail for Eu rope next week never to return to this country all well and good It Is for your sons good health bear In mind If you go the public may never learn the truth about you It you stay you will be in Jail before you area week older And Mr Bansemer youve got to decide quick Bansemer looked his accuser straight in the eye a faint smile of derision touching his lips but not his eyes Mr Harbert the first thing you have to learn In connection with your patients father Is that ho is not a cow ard I refuse to run sir I am innocent of any intentional wrong and Ill stand my ground My son will stand beside me too He Is that sort Go back to your committee and tell them that Bansemer will not go to Europe for his sons health Good lay sir Nonsense Bansemerl exploded exploded Harbert You know weve got you fast enough Why be a fool as well as a knave You havent a ghost if a chance Im trying to doyou a rood turn ii A good turn Mr Harbert I am neither a fool nor a knave If I were a tool Id kill you where you stand I would be Justified In killing the man who represents a crowd of blackmail jrs Thats what you are sir I refuse x pay your price If I were a knave Ld pay it I want you to understand one thing I shall stand my ground here If you persecute me Ill not stop Paying you until death ends my endeavors Well see what justice can live me In exchange for your bulldoz- Ing I will have restitution remember that Now youve nothing more to sa- to me Get outI SlrlIGet out By George youre a wonderful bluff tr Do you expect me to throw you out fir TO DE CONTINUED The Character Ho Selected The great novelist Charles DickensI once received an Invitation to a Wal ter Scott party each guest being ex pected to attend in the character of one or other of Scotts heroes On thoI eventful night when the Rob RoysI and the Quentin Durwards were alll assembled Dickens quite unconcerned walked in dressed in his ordinary evening clothes At length the host who was feeling uneasy came to him andl saiduMr Dickens what character of Scotts are you supposed to repre sentCharacter said Dickens Why sir a character you 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ROBERT I Ri FRIEND 0 u is D ts m Y iA Ws R CRESSii j r t t i c For Congress BENJOHNSOtf L2JIXI JiJ tr I d I r i ba 0 It Ilfu o u y y- V JIEI JTh d I FAIRNfSS or rAfT S Scrupulous In His Desire to Ren i der Exact Justice REVIEWS OF COURTS MARTIAL Refused to Approve or Disapprove Findings of Military Tribunals Until He Had Carefully Read the Evi dencoA Case In Point When he was secretary of war Mr Taft never unreservedly trusted to the judgment of courts martial upon of fending officers to determine his action In approving or disapproving the find ings of these military tribunals He was scrupulous in insisting that all Jt the evidence should bo laid before hltn to be passed upon and weighed by him personally No pressure of work could be too severe or lack of time too evi dent to prevent him from satisfying himself that exact Justice had been done the accused according to the evidence and the facts One evening long after the rest of the departments had closed Mr Taft at the end of an un usually hard day took up a bundle of papers relating to the case of a lieu tenant who was sentenced to dismissal The chief of staff was there V and he suggested with a view to sav ing Mr raft work I think that you will not need to go deeper into the case if you read the conclusion of the judge advocates memorandum and my memorandum The man Is a bad egg The army will better ort with outhimNol said the secretary I always prefer to go through these cases my- selfv The officer had failed to pay his debts Carefully and slowly Mr Taft read tho evidence through to the end When ho finished ho looked up and ex r claimed But ho lied about IU Rap idly ho dictated a note to be sent with the papers to the president and con tinued as ho laid them aside He tried as ho admits to Ho out of it I think the sentence should be carried i out There might havo been some ex- CUSet for tho other thing but there could be none for tho lie It Is time to stop this tendency among the offi cers who get Into trouble It must be x discouraged fOr the honor of tho serv t ice I want to go over the rest of these r myself said he indicating another i pile of court martial papers I slaver done that sort of thing all my life and i Id rathor do It than tako the judgment of some one else iIBIG AND BROAD i Methodists Indorse the Candi t r dacy of William H Taft An unqualified approval of William H Taft as a presiden tial candidate was given by tho Rev James Coote D D pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church in Thompsonvllle Conn when 4 he called at tho headquarters of the Republican national commit tee For years Dr Coote has taken a prominent part In Moth odlst circles In New England and In New York having been a presiding elder and occupied leading pulpits No man has spoken so ear nestly in favor of the great work that Christian missions are do Ing in tho Philippines in China and in the orient generally as Mr Taft said Mr Coote In an address at Yale university he emphasized that Idea particular ly and on several other occa slons he spoke enthusiastically y Mor the good being done by ag fgressivo Christian evangelicalism In the different countries which ho visited It seems to me that no evangelical Christian should hesitate to support Judge Taft iJ iHeIs just as big and broad in f his religious Ideas as he Is In his r bertoI J6 right with all denominations- I tSi am convinced that what Judge Taft has said on religious matters was not for political ef feet lIe has gone hither and thither doing the work beforeto him and at the samo time his keen observation and his sense of fairness have led him repeat edly to give expression to his appreciation of the work of Christian missions everywhere In Thompsonvllle Is one of the largest carpet manufactur ing plants In the world con J tinued Dr Coote During tho last Democratic administration that establishment was com polled to close and the thou sands of employees were thrown out of work A very large pro portion of those had to leave the town My observation Is that the people in that section of tho country remember that experi Onto and that they do not care for another administration that Is likely to result so disastrous c ly v v v v To oppose revision of the tariff by the believers In protection to Ameri can wage earners and Industries might bo to Invite Its revision by Democratic believers In Importing the products of cheap foreign labor f brethrenss fps Mr Bryans vote hM teeetawt tt iH irrsd for Wa Mttra handy r c n Qctaati n KEEP IT UP BRYAN HIMSELF AGAIN Preaches Economic Adsurdities In Same Old Way Mr Bryan who started out very con servatively at the opening of the com paign resolving evidently to get the confidence of certain editors and busil ness men who could not stand his aforetime radicalism has broken through the traces and given up trying to be good Ills speech on tho trusts at Indianapolis puts him back in his old position of advocating the destruc tion of anything that docs not meet his views without regard to method or consequences As usiwl he IB not specific as to what means should be employed to carry out his designs He simply In a general way wants to destroy the so salted trusts both large and small re gardless of the consequences to others engaged In similar business or of the consuming public Ite tells us one day that the American people should be allowed to purchase where they can buy the cheapest and another day he tells us that the money from the pockets of the people Is flowing Into the coffers of the trusts If the latter be true it must be because the people are buying where they buy the cheapest and If the trust made goods are the cheapest then they servo the consumer rather than Injure him Mr Bryan simply does not know what a trust Is Mr Bryan does not know how to handle financial prob j I lems Industrial problems or even political problems We have on our stat uto books today laws providing for the machinery to punish any illegitimate business and to remedy any Inequali ties or Injustice Mr Bryan has not put forth any views showing how to Im prove present methodstt l BRYAN AT TREASURY HELM How Would Business Men Regard Secretary Chosen by Him How would tho financial community under quesItionI confidence which could be placed In a Bryan administration Even if wo had a now Bryan sobered by tho responsibility j of his office would business men feel the assurance of prompt energetic and Intelligent action to protect the i public faith and save the money mar j ket from disturbance which would be looked for under a secretary of the I treasury named by Mr Taft Business men are likely to ponder this seriously I between now and Novembe- rIt Is not necessary to assume that Mr Bryan still favors opening the I mints to the free coinage of silver to raise a grave doubt as to his attitude on all questions affecting the maintenance of the financial fabric of the country Up to the convention of 1004 he would not even agree to an expres sion of opinion that the silver question had been sidetracked by the great out put of gold and his present associations and surroundings are such that It Is doubtful if he could make any sin core declaration which would go far to establish confidence in his financial sanity Boston Transcript Colonel Henry Watterson in 1890 omowhat sneerlngly described Mr Bryan as a boy orator Mr Bryan it Is fair to explain is still au orator whose oratory retains all Its boyish quality both as to extreme freshness and lack of meaning The supply of spellbinders may not exceed the demand this year but It ap pears that spellbinding must be largely Its own reward ann Bryan will get his prophetsIseem to be fairly aching to be Without honor In their uwn country G fl14 i REV FRANCIS BURGETTE SHORT EXTOLS MR TAFT It Is striking that no one has c yet declared that Bryan Is a wise statesman Those who are most anxious for his success do notc urge especial fitness but rather I that he may at last have found an Issue that the people will not repudiate at the polls To return to power Is the main thing of tho Democratic party no mat I ter If It floats Into office on Bryan bubbles or on any other conceivable pretext In pronounced contrast Is the estimate that Is universally ex pressed on rafts equipment for J the presidency Irrespective of party all attest to his mastery J of affairs and wonderful admin istrative ability The clergy are J equally outspoken Among thosec who called upon Mr Taft at Cia cinnati during the week was the Rev Francis Burgette Short pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church at Salt Lake City Discussing politics Mr Short said Judge Taft Is eminently fitted J in character and practice to oc cupy the highest office in the l land His efforts to raise a high standard of life at home his In terest in and solicitude for na tlons across the sea mark him s as a man of sane visions and de j sire Such a man this nation needs and requires at Its head if we are to continue to hold the undivided admiration of those at home and those abroad Such a man we must have If we would Imalee history that Is gloriously humane t v MILK PAIL IS FILLING Business Picking Up on Assurance Tafts Election Business Is becoming more active factories are running some full tlm others nearly so savings banks find that deposits aro Increasing and man now accounts are being opened The horizon is rosy hued for the man who has goods to sell and the man who has condlII tlons are reported cast and west The small country Jobbers writ a newspaper correspondent from Ohio are doing better tho railroad trains are jammed with travelers whoso to timony Is to the effect that things aC slowly but surely righting themselves and In the manufacturing districts there Is a return to 00 per cent of activity of a year ago The 100 per cent Is not far off If t election of Taft shall give to manufa- hirers merchants and wage earners the sense of security which attaches to Impartial and efficient administra tion of the laws and protection from sudden changes which tend to unset commerce and labor and cause confu sion loss and disappointment to both Many patriotic Democrats frankly eCllare that their party has never had a leader like William Jennings Bryan Whether this is an exultant boast or a melancholy admission Is a matter conjecture It Is proudly contended by Bryans advocates that he Is a successful lee turer So was tho Immortal Mrs Cau dleror that matter Yet tho White Houso was never designed as n lyceum agency Of course the former United States senatorwho proudly boasts that he led the mob that recently lynched a negro wretch In Mississippi is solid for Bryan and the reign of law 1 u MR GOMPERS REBUKED BY TYPOGRAPHERS CHIEF Norman E McPhail Declares Union Labors Vote Cannot Be Delivered by Any Man or Set of Men The vote of organized labor as a body will not should not and cannot be delivered to any party or by any man or set of men This is the dec laration of Norman E McPhail presi dent of tho Typographical union in a letter to Willis L Moore chief of the United States weather bureau Thus anothc voice is added to the rising protest of union labor against the at tempt of Mr Gompers to deliver the vote of free American citizens President McPhalls letter is as fol Iowa Dear Mr MooreYour letter of Sept 22 has just been received and read by me as I have today returned a tour of some of our New Eng cities for our organization ifrom reply to the question you asl I will state that in my opinion th of organized labor in this coun a body will not and cannot be delivered to any one party by any ono man or set of men To allow such a thing would be suicidal to the lobo- movement r of the country- Members of labor unions as clti zens have the right and should care fully consider tht platforms and prom ises of the different political parties and should vote as they believe the broadest and best interests of our country lie There can be no objection to this from any source and It is something which every citizen should do To claim that any man or set of men as has been blazoned forth in the news papers will deliver the vote of organ ized labor to any party is absurd as it is an Impossibility Sincerely yours NORMAN E MPHAIL ofLABOR LEGISLATION Republican Party Alms to Conserve In PeopleeVarious injunction bills were consld IYered In committee during both sessions of the Fiftyninth and first session of tho Sixtieth congresses During the first session of the Fiftyninth congress several bills were before the bearingsSwere accorded and considered It wa found however that the labor Inter agreesupon any one and that different elabor loaders wero opposed to one or tho other bills under consideration thta Sixtieth congress the Judiciary com timehCprecsented but It was found that no bill could bo Introduced that would be satisfactory to all the labor interests and no bill upon which all members of con antiIeinjunction legislation Is by no means a partisan matter and so far neither Democrats nor Republicans have been able to agree among themselves to a bill that would seem to satisfy all con reined There Is no doubt however that in the near future some bill will be enacted into law and when It is i- ofwill It be found that It will provide pro tection for not only labor and capital but for tho public as well First It must bo constitutional and then i must bo of such a nature that it wit not lead to disorder nnd riot but will conserve the best Interests of the peo pIe at largo and not bo drawn In the Interest of either capital or labor but for the good and protection of all Economic betterment not partisan politics lit the true purpose of organ Ized labor Mr Gompers has become a mlsleader i r 0 1 1I THE WORK OF CONGRESS Many Important Measures Enacted by the Majority The Fiftyninth and Sixtieth con greases will go down In history as record breakers because of the large num ber of Important measures enacted measures having directly to do with the great business interests of the country and standing between the people and corporate greed and oppres sloe The Fiftyninth congress opened a now era in American legislation giving emphasis to the fact that the con stitution is amply sufficient for all the needs of the people safeguarding their Interests and furnishing them ample means of protection The Fiftyninth congress was a Republican congress and all the great measures enacted by it were Republican measures originat ing with the Republicans and passed by Republican votes There is still much to be done to per feet the work begun by the Fiftyninth congress Experience has demonstrated that a Democratic congress cannot be depended upon to work out any great system of reform No reform in administration or In legislation has over come about under a Democratic regime As at present constituted the Democratic party is made up of too many Isms to be safe in handling great questions of political economy Two great questions will soon come up for legislation a revision of the tariff and a remodeling of our currency sys tern Twice since 1880 the Democrats have attempted tariff legislation and I twice the business of the country brought to the verge of ruin and wasII dreds of thousands of wore thrown out of employment Twice within the last thirty years the Democratic party has set up its stand ard of monetary legislation First It declared in favor of putting the prInt- Ing presses to work in manufacturing greenbacks without limit and second by declaring for tho free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 No evidence has been furnished that the party has recanted from its stand for fiat money Is It safe to trust the party now I MR TAFT ON BANK GUAR Ic- ANTY Explodes Bryans Pet Proposi sition In Speech at Minneapo j Us Sept 26 My information with respect to tho Oklahoma system is that It IB developing as might be ox I potted I have a correspondent who Is Intimately acquainted with the conditions In Oklahoma In a letter of Sept 22 1008 In speaking of the effect of tho guaranty of deposit law he uses the following language Conditions in Oklahoma are growing horse than was ex pected on account of the recent decision there whereby It was commisgrant a charter to parties pro A posing to organize a bank As J an instance in a town of less than 000 people ao many as four banks have been organized Ap plication Is now In for the organization of a fourth bank in 0 one town of only 470 population X Men whose past record proved them to be Incompetent are en- gagingX In the banking business and getting in control of banking X Institutions I have knowledge of one Instance where a man was X engaged In business some years ago and failed He went to an other town and engaged in the same line of business In his wifes name but conducted her affairs In such an unbusinesslike way that she failed Some time afterward he went to Oklahoma territory and started a small state bank but found he not succeed and sold to couldIIx parties and left the few months ago however he X turned and started another AII bank advertising that the dep X Itors are secured under the state guaranty law and after sixty X days operation he now has over 100000 deposits I have It from X the best authority that be now proposes to start fifteen new states1 two of which have already boon eorganized and one now doing business Bryan declared for small approprla tions and for sympathy with the suffering farmer It isnt the size but the purpose and the honest expenditure of appropriations that counts and the greater the purchasing and consuming power of the rest of the commonwealth the better off Is the farmer Shall the people rule It is a curl ous outgrowth of democracy that Bry anlsm should mean the quintessence of paternalism it nil the Bryan theories abandoned present and possible could be put Into practice the United States would bo Russianized The greater the prosperity of tho wage earner the more jocuud the farm er whose produce the wage qarner thettried and proved friend of each The greatest productiveness anti therefore the greatest reward of or ganized labor are directly In line with the policies of tho Republican party The gospel of Bryanism regarding those who dissent from Its dogmas be- ipnS With charity for none with malice toward 11ate al STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab riGs Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod ernte prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCameltonInd H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDlNSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of RreckenrUiftu and adjoining count or Special attention given to collection odd cases und criminal practice Licenser practice InUnited States Dlslilil Cjurts OUlco jver Hank of Ilardlnsburc r J Pli1D1tJt IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows howfand does asjho knows He has one of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not 8hoddy7at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be boughtfor Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comehe is glad to welcome you land give you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L II do ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leavmi Cloveruort V07 A M stops at Irvlnnton West Point Stltis and uedora only arrive at Loutevlllo 751 M iSo i4I Tally Mall and Uxpress leaves Olo erport 1004 A M stops atoll way BUtlons trrfresLoulvvtlle 1240 p m Train No 141 Dally fast mall leaves Clo erport466 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 36 u m Tritlu No 148 Dally Cloverport accotrut Jatlon arrlres Olorerport 810 u m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally KvaniTllleeovtrniixiatlon leaves CloTerport e0o a m Htoin at ail way stations arrives Bramvllln 900 a m Train No 141 Dally fut mall and express eaves Cloverport 1106 a m skips rly at Hawesvllle Iewlsport Macro OWl horo Stanley Spottbvllie Reeds Uendernun and Kvansvllle arrives St Louts 70 p m Train No 143 Mull and bxprefM dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p ni IStops at all stutlOM No 14 idally St Louis fast train loaves C1o erpurt 1106 P 11 arrives Rvansvlllel3S A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 14114148143 between Louisville und Rvansvllle TarouRb sleeping ears and free reclining cbair cars on trains 115 and ift between Louisville Evansville awJ St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Nndny leaves Hordsvllle600 u rrves Irvlngton 940 a ni Train No 4 Daily except Sunday leaves fordsvlllu330p m arrives Irvlnjcton 530 pUlTrain No 6 Sunday only- Fordlovl1le100 a m Irvlnltton 935 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 11 10 a m arrives Fordsville 255 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves liTlngton 705p m arrives Fordsville 1015 p m The Submarine Cable The first cable successfully laid ex tended from Valcntla Island off the coast of Ireland to Hearts Contend Newfoundland about 2000 miles The cable was landed on tho American side on Aug 5 1S58 but was not roady for use till Aug 1C About 700 short mes sages were sent through It but It on tfftily failed within a month The fact was demonstrated however that direct communication under tho ocean was possible although few persons at that time believed that a submarino telegraph could be used for business pur poses Cyrus W Field to whoso enter prise was due the laying of tho first ca ble thought differently Not discour aged by this and other failures he continued the work he had planned Inter ested London capitalists In it and In 1800 succeeded In establishing submarine communication which has never been interrupted Now York Post Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good will etc 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 Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Cold Weather Advice to all is to beware of coughs and colds on the chest as neglected they readily a lead to pneumonia consumptioh or other pulmonary troubles Just as soon as the cough appears treat aid raith Ballards Horehound Syrup thbstgjjrd cure of America Use as directed perfectly harmless A cure ana pre ventive for all diseases of the lungs Price 25c 50c and 100 per bottle sold by A R Fisher j r THE BRlBCKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday ibsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over fivo linos charged lor at the rate o 10 cents per lino r I OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleaseI taotifyus When givorderingI theirold as well as the now address 9 EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 Taft 300 PIn this In your hat witrbe feeling sorry for about this time next week We will tell you next week whos who Every bodys hollering for Bill All you have to do next Tuesday isi to make two cross marks on your ballot one in the circle under the log cabin and the other in the small square opposite Ben Johnsons name The officers of the election will do the restTaft and Ben Johnson ought to carry this county by 300 You Taft men and Johnson men had W i better get to work Only six more I days left of the campaign Think now short the time is to secure two good men to represent us and take care of our interests in Washington Two hot propositions on Bryanism yes we might say three are Ed Gunther and Ben Poindexter of Owensboro and Henderson Williams of Hawesville They can picture the plan of Bryan and his superficial theories the dangers of federal usurpation the dominatior of the money power and do the people rule to such prefection that you imagine you are standing face to face with the Peerless One They are especially hot on the guaranty plank Why are we for Ben Johnson For the same reason that we are support Ing Taft He Is the better man of the two Dave Henry is having more fun out of this campaign than any man in th county He talks Taft from early morn to late at night and wakes u in the night hollering for him Gaddie promises to do something for the churches after the election The truth about this promise is he cant be found after the election I Gaddies friends are telling it around in a quiet way that Ben Johnson is a distiller There is not a word of truth in this report Ben Johnson never owned a dollars worth of stock nor has he been interested in any other way in a distillery in his life These reports are all spread to influence the temperancevote The truth of the matter is that the tem perance people never had a better friend and never will have than Ben Johnson A straw vote taken on the Branch train Monday resulted in 15 for Taft and 10 for Bryan We call the attention of our farmer readers to the list of prices of farm products printed on our front page You know what iou are doing now You dont know what a change of policies in this government would bring about Our advice is to let well enough alone and stick to your buShI No better friend to the farmer than the Republican party Would Mortgage The Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire Ga W A Floyd by name says Bucidens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw one on my hand and one on my leg Jt is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it Oly 25c at Severs Drug Co V PAYFRJMI I Pay your Taxes Now and save paying the penalty T A Postal Card will bring the Amount to You MILT MILLER S B Co co t lJJTIte first to conic will get the choice of the many beautiful styles and patterns of my big stock of clothing of I Overcoats ando 5oo to 11 at all prices oYou chance of your life if n you do not see my stock before buying your IIfnll and winter Suit and Overcoat BILLY BRYAN By REV HY J BOATMAN No tuna Dilly Bryan Billy Bryan Still atnrtn still atryln Vainly tryln Thrlco before us like a chords uproariousfDilly Bryan Billy Bryan Far too high your kilos aflyln Vlnd8 allayln CoaaoIto mouth us cease to mouth us JaakaM discords dont affright us Only rouse us Billy Bryan Billy Bryapr dyineOnoe youd give us halves for whole unS- ilver dollar them sixteen uns For our gold uns Billy Bryan Billy Dryan Give up tryln quit your tryln Call your cry In One you hitched tho us and monkoy Now yoUd ride that poor old donkoy Played out donkoy BryaneForces routed forces flyln Still youre tryln loverpOft rejected for another Better brother Billy Bryan Billy Bryan Youre a rood un yourt a lion Little chained un But your roarln sounds too chatty Deed its daffy Glvous Taft yl Glvo us Taft yl TAFTFullprton Cal September 1903 Copy right Applied For- Campaigning In 1908 From tho Cleveland Plain Dealer Tho train comes whizzing down the track And halts amid tho cheers And on tho platform at tho back The candidate appears I And then tho englno hoarsely shrieks His words aro far from plain And thon tho onglno hoarsely shrieks And drags away tho train 100 Reward 100 The readers of this papor will bo pleased to loam that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has boon ablo to cure In all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only posltlvo euro now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and Riving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith ir Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all drueplsts 7C Take Halls Family Pills for constipation lie Might Have Flared Up Willie Oceanbreeze What did her father say to the match Tessie SummergirlOh he made light of it =The November Smart Set My dear began the ministers wifeI theres a hat at tho millln Thore you go again he quickly Interrupted Always thinking of world ly things But my dour you wrong me she said This bonnet Is perfectly hoax enly Morrison Calhoon dentists onlcc downstairs 205 Fourth street both rhonPB Owpnsboro Ky KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS I WITH New Discovery COUCHSPRICEAND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES J GUARANTEED ATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDEDII If you are getting a cloak skirt or suit it will pay you to see my line as it is right in style and make arid at prices that will please you and suit your purse I have a full line of underwear at the low est prices Ladies Vests worth 35c at 25c Mons heavy fleeced underwear Ladies and Childrens union suits all kinds and sizes About I J MRS CLARA L MILLER MRS MAIIALA REID MRS S L JEWELL 4fIl The following testimonials represent actual experience of everyday life They are tho truthful utterances of women who have been ill and have found a reliable remedy in Peruna 1 It moans a great deal to tho women of America to have at hand a remedy capable of giving such relief Coned f Panon rheumatism kidney trouble bronchitis and a host of other catarrhal conditions are relieved by Foruna At least this is what the women say They have no object in saying such things except to render truthful testimony to their suffering sisters Poruna is malting such friends ovary day It is ills testimony of tho people that has made Poruna so Justly famous Chronict Bronchitis Mrs Clara L Miller Box 71 Columbia Sta Seattle Wash formerly vice pres ident of Skoogay Country Club writes Nino bottles of Peruna cured mo of a protracted caso of bronchitis There is no superior remedy that I know of as the action of Poruna on the vasa motor system of nerves Is very beneficial It Increases the tone of tho system and aids nature to perform her functions- I have recommended it to a number of my friends who speak in the same high terms of it I have certainly found it a most efficacious medicine x Nervous Tired and Weak Mrs Christina timukalla 490 Winslow Ave Buffalo N Y writes I trust every ono suffering from systemic ca tarrh will read this and profit by it I was in a very bad condition indeed when I began to take Peruna and my friends as well as myself wore very much alarmed over my condition I was always nervous could not sleep at night my food did mo no good and I was always tired and weak I tried several doctors but found no relief Finally I took two bottles of Poruna and felt like a different woman However I did not stop Ihortf but kept on with it until I had taken several bottles when I felt completely cured and have remained so ever since I can oat and sleep now The Home Paper The home paper shout be in every hone No children should grow up igno rant who can be taught to appreciate the home paper It Is said to be the stepping stone of intelligence to all those matters not to be found in books Give your children a foreign paper which contains not a word about BUY person place or thing which they saw or perhas ever heard of and how could you expect them to be interested But let them have the home paper and read of people whom they meet and of places of which they are familar and soon an interest is awakened Which increases with every arrival of the local paper Thus a habit of reading is formed iind those children will read the papers all their lives and become intelligent men arid women a credit to ancestors strong in knowledge of the world as it is to day A Good Word for Peru na Mrs S L Jewell ll F D1 Freeport Pa used Peruna myself for many years with beneficial effects and ob serving the good it has done others of my acquaintance I cannot but say a good word in behalf of Peruna Keeps Peruna In the House Mrs Maria Goertz Orien ta Oklahoma writes My husband children and my self have used your medicines and we al ways keep them in the house in case of necessity I wus restored to health by this medicine and Dr Hartmans in valuable advice and books People ask about mo from different places and are surprised that I can do all of my housework alone and that I was cured by the doctor of chronic catarrh My husband was cured of asthma my daughter of earache and catarrh of the stomachand my son of catarrh of the throat When I was sick I weighed 100 pounds now I weigh 140 Dr Hartmans renlodlea have proven to be reliable and wonderful Their effect upon tho system is remarkable Peruna quiets the nerves and is a great specific for all forms of chronic catarrh- I am very glad to say that I can write you that I am cured in every way of catarrh with which I had suffered terribly for ten years I cannot thank you enough for your advice Mother coming swiftly Why Willie Striking your little sister Willie doggedly Auntie made me Maiden AuntWhy WillieI I said if YQu did strike her I would never kiss you again I Wllllo still doggedly Well I couldnt let no chance like that sUp DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are just what you need and what you should get right away for pain in the back backache rheumatic pains and all urinary and bladder troubles Thousands of people suffer from Kidney and Bladder trouble and do not know it They think it is a cold or a strain Dont take any chances Get DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic and promptly soothe thepain Dont fail to insist upon DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills We sell them Sold by all Druggists 0JillQoooooIIc oIII BIG CLOTHING SALE At Alexanders at IrvingtonP big foeke choice 11Overcoats Dr1Kings Ladies CloaksSuits Skirtscomtemplating uptodate Mens Ladies and Childrens LETTERS FROM WOMEN Peruna writesHaving Mens Clothing I have the biggest lino of clothing ever brought to Irvington I handle the celebrated Kirchbaum clothing the hest in the county clothing raincoats and overcoats Shoes I handle the Star Brand Shoes for men women and children See the bargains on my 5c and lOc Counters c7 Constipation Kidney Trouble Mrs Mahala Reid Corbyville Ont Canada writes Your celebrated remedies have been a wonderful boon to me in my old ago I have not been in so good health for several years as now I was troubled with constipation rheumatism and kidney trouble A little over two years ago I completely lostmy health becoming almost help loss when a dear friend sent me your remedies Poruna and Manalln I began to take them following the directions on the bottles I very soon began to feel benefited by theiruse and continued to take them I am now completely recovered from the above ailments in fact better than I have been for years past- I cannot praise the remedies too highly and will always recommend them to others Pcruna In Tablet Form For two years Dr Hartman and his assistants have incessantly labored to create Peruna in tablet form and their strenuous labors have just been crowned with success People who object to liquid medicines can now secure Pp Tuna tablets which represent tho medicinal ingredients of Peruna EachII tablot is equivalent to ono average doso f of PerunaIt Men Never Know Men mourn the lies that women tell The cunning heartless lIestHer Judaslips that hide so well The narrowing of her eyes A heart is hers she seeks to say it A soul is hers she does not weigh it The game is called how well shell play it- Her debt is there she does not pay it Men mourn the lies that women tell The cunning heartless lies Men do not know the lies they hear The brave heartbroken lies Her smiling lips that hide from fear The shadows in her eyes A heart is hers for just a while A soul is hers it bears defile The game is called her wit on trtnl Her dopt is there dear Godl her smile Men do not know the lies they hear Tim brave heartbroken lies Hejen Dudley in the November Smart SettI iQomJill JIQJ oo 9Ky Come Iln i l Suits Raincoats Suits 20oo Underwear mylino yrDress Goods j All wool storm serge r worth 125 at 100 0JIt Black Mohairs wortho100 at 65c All colors in broadcloth I 00worth t And I f others too numinorous to mentIonjI H as l I VV i V VS Mens and boys hats and caps A corno p eto line at the lowest price t Ii j J1 EDWARD F ALEXANDERIRVINGTON f KENTUCKY 0 t 0 t 0 r tOiJCEO t0 CZ30EZD ICZ30EID to I 4s I xuc 1 y + k 4a e ris ci- r T IIi A Reliable Remedy L IElysCream Balm rYSAh16All C0t0GivesFgpItQthebrano resulting from Catarrh and drives agFOS away u Cold in tho WIFRstoresTaste and Smell Pull size 50 eta at Drug gists or by mail In liquid form 7G cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street Now York WEDNESDAY OCT 28 1908 j PERSONAL AND LOCAL t See Allen about matting Ladies Rain coats at Allens O T Skillman spent Friday in Lou isvilleMrs Henry Pate has returned from HawesvilleMr Mrs Daniels and baby went to Hawesville Friday Harvey Stone of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Henklea rJ Mrs McCall of Leitchfield is the guest of Mrs Currie Miss Stella Wright of Arkansas is the guest of Mrs Chas Bohler The Lucky Thirteen meets at Miss Eva Planks home tomorrow afternoon Arch Frizzell was here Sunday from Cannelton the guest of Miss Iva Wine Curtis Coombs of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Brook Carman Sun day Mrs Mary A Willing of Fulton Mo is the guest of Mrs Francis Sawyer t Mr Norman Whiteheadof California is the guest of Mr and Mrs Ed White headRemember your friends with extra copies of the Newsthree cents per copyA little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs John Reynolds Friday Oct 23- Chas M Bernett of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Pauline Moorman last week Mrs A N Heston of Hardinsburg is the guest of Mrs Joe Sawyer and Mrs J H WillsrMr and Mrs Shellnian of Stephens port were the guests of Rev and Mrs Bowlds Saturday r and Mrs Lou Satterfield have 4Di from a visit to Mr jhs Satter field at West Pineville I Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Mrs Hall and daughter Miss Lizzie and grand sonWilliamOf Webster have been the guests of Mrs Henry Pate B Y P U will berve dinner and supper election day in Babbages Hall next to Democratic Headquarters- B Y P U will serve dinner and supper election day in Babbages Hall next to Democratic Headquarters- Dr J C Bush Dentist will bo at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each weekexcept week followitg4th Monday R L Newsom and John C Matting ly have sold to Eliza Fisher a house and lot on Murray Avenue Consideration 600 Miss Clara Dyer oCMeridian Miss has been in Birmingham Ala playing I a pipe organ for a convention at St Pauls church LostA large photograph of Miss Margaret Malone belonging to Mrs John Ridge Finder please return to News office Mr and Mrs Nathanial Tucker and daughters Bernice and Lelia spent Sunday in Louisville the guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Lis- henHow t Tot Cain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a poundday by taking an ounce of Scotts Emulsion It t is strange but it often happens Somehow the ounce produces o the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is 1 l youlby taking SCOTTSEMULSION 1t3 id thk advertisement teether with raise eipeer b which It aprert your address ad low watt to cover pore ad we wW sand yen a Cwlrte HaaUy AUM of Ute WorUL SCOTT BOWNE 40rrIltNow Ywk 0 How about blankets and comforts AllensSee the now Flats at Mrs CordreysLee of Rockport Ind wash re Monday Mrs Wave Roff will go to Pine Bluff Ark Friday See fine hair rats puffs and hairnets at Mrs Cordreys Harry HUlsof Richmond made a short visit here last week Beautiful veils hat pins and other novelties at Mrs Cdrdreys H Marks Stith formerly of Brandenburg is now at Oakland Cal Well fixed on mens womens and childrens underwearAllens- Mrs John A Barry has gone to Greenville to spend several weeks Herbert Bra nor of Hrtwesville was the guest of Miss Julia Wroe Saturday Miss Louise Babbage who intended spending this week in Decatur Ill had to postpone her visit on account of the illness bf Mrs Hamsher Mr and Mrs Chas Mattingly Miss Anna Mae Mattingly and Wallace Matt ingly of Henderson are the guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Ridgewayt Mrs Sam Arlington and children re turned to Hawesville Saturday after a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Lou Sahlio She was accompanied home by Miss Josio Sahlie Just arrived from Cincinnati a new line of millinery this week at Mrs CordreysA cashier of the Custer Bank was the guest of Miss Eva Mc Glothlan Sunday SOCIETY NOTES J News was received in this city this morning of the marriage in Los Angeles California of Miss Hettie Beard daugh ter of Deputy U S Marshal Beard of this city and Mr E R Roberts a prominent railroad man employed in the construction of a large railroad in Equador South America The young couple had corresponded for some time past and met in Los Angeles where they were married Miss Beard was for two years em ployed as bookkeeper for the Wagner Hardwary company and last May de termined to resign her position and go to Los Angeles for the purpose of tak ing up stenography Albuquerque Citizen Mrs Roberts is a neice of Messrs Taylor and William Beard of Hardins burg and has a wide circle of friends in Breckenridge wh will be interested in her marriage 000 Mr Roy Gabbert of near Lewis port and Miss Hattie Sterrett of Skillman Ky were married at Hawes ville Monday night at the residence of Editor Clarence Sterett ooo The Ladies Reading Club will be en tertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs A BSkillman 000 Mr and Mrs Wm Gurnsey were host and hostess at a beautiful six oclock dinner given at their home in Louisville Wednesday evening Mrs H L Stader and Mrs Ike Meyer were guests of honor I 000 Mr and Mrs Ira Behen gave a most attractive five oclock dinner at their home liThe Den Sunday evening to the young men who served as ushers at their wedding They were Messrs David Murray Jr David Phelps Edmbnd Wroe and L A Murray 000 Remember your frieends with a copy of the News Telephone your order to the News office 000 Messrs Davit Phelps Lawrence Murray Misses Lula Severs and Ray Heyser enjoyed an all day outing Friday in Mr Phelps launch ooo On Sunday afternoon Rev W A Grant united in marriage at the home of Mr E J Snyder of Midway Mr Thomas Groves of Tobinsport Ind and Miss Nannie daughter of Mr and Mrs Elija Snyder i Mr Battles Sterrett of Skillman and Miss Rosa Stipp of Hawesville were married at the home of the brides sister Mrs Frank Moore in this city on Thursday night Rev W A Grant officiating Hancock CJarlon + i i 000 Give your friend a yearCjSubscrlptioji to the News for a Christmas Rift 000 V A very pretty church wedding was that of Miss Daisy Hall and Mr Chas Basham which took place in Union Star last Wednesday evening The baidesmaids were Misses Hallie Severs and Brook Hall and the ushers were Messrs Malcom Robertson and Roy Bassett Little Misses Virginia Milliner ann Beulah Payne were flower girls The Rev Roberts officiated c Mix This Simple Helpful Recipe at Home and Try It Anyway Get from any prescription pharmacist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion onehal ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ouncesShake well in n bottle and take ia teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtimeThe is considered as tile most certain pretcription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary diffi culties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain the uric acid Iud other waste matter from the blood which causes Rheumatism Some persons who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say the re sults are simply surprising the relief being effected without the slightest in jury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommended It is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was established by it A druggist here at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommendes it as harmless HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 31 1808 Inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 15- Borne Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Dont be deceived by imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve When you ask for DeWitts be sure to get it The name is stamped on every box There is just one original It is especially good for piles We sell and recommend them Sold by all Druggists FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS Enthusiastic Meeting of Tobacco Growers At The County Court- House i SaturdayO- RGANIZATION PERFECTED The tobacco growers of the First Magisterial District of BreckenrHge county met at Hardinsburg Saturday and formed an organization James W Miller was chosen president and Herbert Beard secretary and treasure The meeting was a satisfactory one in every respect to the farmers Four hundred thousand pounds of red leaf tobacco were pledged and prospects t are flattering for more The growers will convene Saturday November 7 at the Court House A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says L A Bartlett of Rural Route 1 Guil ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that dos you good 25c at Severs Drug Co Having Fine Success C E Bowlds has started in the bakery business on his own hook and is having all the orders he can fill foi bread cakes and pies Mr Bowlds has many friends who are anxious to see the Cloverport Bakery scuceed Had A Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known prbprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cureThe fame of this litn saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold by Severs Drug Co SOc and 81 Trial bottle free John A Barry has returned from a business and pleasure trip to New York State Mr Barry spent one night with Craften Cunningham at Walcott N VI He also visited the Falls Canada and other interesting places I WritsFOI- L + JRENTA furnished room In a rest convenient to business pun of town and depot Apply at the Nowsolllce FOR SALE Small cottage known as the Huusu Apply at llrecklnrldgo Hunk con SALE Standard gas onalno oil ana1 gasoline nreckonrlugc News Office FOR RENTTwo splendid rooms In tho building tmliublo for u small busi ness sALEScuolnrsuIp rn fowling Groan Unlyorslty Howling Green ICy IJreck enrldga News HEATER and cook or combined stove for News shire FOR SALR Twolvo nice stock twos and k See L Walker nt Walkers Bakery Hardinsburg onMainFOIL SALEOno Five Year Old Mure and Yearling cheap or trudo ono Span of Aged Mule Z T 1IARUIN Ilolt Ky t jANTEUSuccoss Mapazlno requires the V services Of a man In Clover orttolookutter expiring subscriptions and to securenow business by moans of special methods proter qualifications option Address with references R 0 Pea DldgNewNOTICE ColumbluTrnstdallySundays100 Lunij ending November 14 1908 at tho Inthopurpose of receiving claims against the as TileCompany Farm WantedWi- shI to hoar quickly who will soil good Not particular farm of any about size fromOWNEHiltII I OWNERS only need w dlrcctlthmission to anyone I am no ascent and Iaccept no commission I wish to con WithOWNERSsave paying a fancy prIce to somo agentWrite quickly Give price and de scription so 1 can please my many placetoyourlowestL DARBYSHIRE Box 1812 Rochester NY 4 Special This Week f5 20 AND 25 CENT ToothBrushes BrushesAt See Our Window Severs Drug Co V 6BABBA6E Attorney at Law and Notary Public Cloverport Kentucky anything are In trouble over any matter I can pull you out all right The cost can be adjusted later Do you jvant a contract deed or any legal paper drawnj Then call at my office and dont bother the law yers over at Hardinsburg about it Do you want to borrow a little money sell or buy a good farm Do you want to Tent a good farm or bargainDobest company in the wbrld the 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 5000 worth of bank stock in the Bank of Clover port If so I have it for sale Have you any notes or acconnts or debts of any character that you want collected or closed up by mort gage If so bring or send them to me myrplace Cloverport drop me a line through the mail and I will give the matter immediate at tention Respectfully V G Babba- geYOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School In Kentucky Superior meth ods in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successfull operators Positions abso lutely guaranteed graduates Full in formation in free catalogue w KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY Deft E OwHsliri Ky w J rvvtOurGROCERY DEPARTMENT IIThe Celebrated Kraut SpaghettiFaust New Hominy BeansI BrandI Cearels Evaporated Dried Fruit Seed I ed Raisins and Currants Soups Asparagus 6 Tips SauceCannedII tards Pickles Sour Sweet and Cranberries MixedII I IIBROI I a CLOVERPORT KY ft IN1 I 1 plies The best Floor Finishes Gasoline Oils I Give Us Your IOnce a Always One t 1 7 Ii- J You Can Ilive like lords and have good home made bread and pies cakes and cookies equal to those that mother used to make if you will use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR IThere is no better flour in the mardet As flour is a lorge part of our liv Iing it is important that it be good and Try pureIFlour and you isfied to keep on using it I Cadick Milling CoGrandview aII f fm1JfSiJ rsm II IIInt fI I IIFoundry MachineII 1bels Wastes Paints andI Order Customer Cloverport Foundry CoIt j Cadicks OF Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits Small accounts receive the same direful1 attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in i fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT KV I L Before and After Ta- kingShorthndA young man was drawing 50 a month Ho took a course at CLARKS SCIIOOL OF BUSINESS A year later his salary was 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 in- creasem tho first year The second year ho was getting 400 j a month 4800 a year 64200 yearly INCREASE the j second year Jn Got in now Right now You will be well started on m J graduatedJ11 much bettor chance for a position Enroll any day Individual instruction I Clarks School of Businessti 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville y b QJ want to bV 20 mules Weanlings W R HOORHAN SON Glendeane Ky Dr Charles Stone PermanentDENTIST f CLOVERPORTBreckrlqe CKY BANK CLOVERPORT 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative CLOVERPORT MULES WANTEDWe No Hobson If you kiss me I11 call mothqrli Said the maiden fair to see That is all the good twill do her Im no Hobson answered he tThe November Smart Set f Tr O 01 1 t rt T 0 rc r p 0 4i Irf ji I J I I 1 THE GUINEA IN DISGUISE when on a trip to grandpapa farm meetbBuckwheat Buckwheat Buckwheat- rIt ot BOYouWhen that same guinea whistles low Bob Whltel Bob White Bob Whiter 1 But down at Philadelphia too He sounds the pheasants drum lioat scares the daylights out of you With his Trum Trrrum Trural Now at Atlantlo by tho sea Hes bonton canvasback Just fllls your gizzard up with glee To hear him Quack I Quack Quack O guinea guinea sakes alive You used to cost but nit But now you cost from two to live By changing your outfit At home you dressed In polka dots But now full dressed in town Youre frilled in parsley and pink knots And sport a fine sheath gown C M B KURIOS FROM KORRESPONDENTS Q I am raising Belgians and ask for the following Information When should young ones open their eyes and when Is It time to wean and why does the mother cat her young A From a week to twelve days Six weeks Because you do not give her water at time litter Is born Q Please tell me how Old squabs are when parent birds lay and hatch again and If the old birds desert them at that time A Pigeons lay and set again from ten to fourteen days after squabs are hatched and generally feed them up to time of new hatch but after that are apt to be ugly to them Q What style bone cutter do you recommend me to buy A Self feeding open hopper style with partition in center of hopper and no exposed cogs Buy one with legs The bench bolted bone cutter Is a nui sanceQ We arc thinking of raising a few peacocks and can find no literature about them We come to you with our questions What color Is the egg How many In a clutch How old to breed Are they bard to raise and good eat ingA The pea hen lays from five to eight whitish eggs a season Breed ing age two to three years Fed like turkeys and kept on dry rich soil with shade are easily rallied Males hard to chew hens bettor young n delicacyQ dealer has advised me to use ferrets to catch tbo rats at my plant Will they catch chickens A Yes They are of the weasel tribe and will do anything a weasel does If you get them watch tho baby for they will kill It Bettor put In con crete floors and use tho old methods ofexterminationQ know If tallow may bo used in ration for chickens anti what for A When chickens are fed In fatten ing crates the last ten days of the twentyfour tallow is part of the ra lion It Is melted and mixed with meal A little is used at first till at the end of the period the proportion is one pound to fifty fowls twice n tiny FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS Pigeons gist are continually flying are tough and taste no more like a real squab than your wifes first cooking tasted like your mothers Our friends of the fancy are now working overtime building their birds for the show They all expect a fair deal from the judge May they not do otherwise to the other follow who com petes with them The country fair associations are very anxious for a flue large display of poultry The reason some of them dont get It is because the fair asso elation must share no expense and the poultryman must spare no expense poultrybuyersThe call Is for a medium sized bird with a plump shapely body Big birds have gone the way of the big Merry Widow Your birds leave the nest the squabs starve and the eggs chill Turn un tho Pain Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any sYsterntheY on the nerves Almost instant relief can be ob tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any badaftereffects Take one on first indica willtt They are a pleasant little tablet sold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk 1 was subject to constant head Attimeswork In which I am engaged that of station agent Through tho advice a friend I tried Dr Miles Anti Pills and tho result has been I have entirely eradicated my 1 1oratem of those continuous headaches at follow a continual mental strain have for done them for mo all that Is 1 t r RUSSELLrla surely have been a blessing toI MRS M J HAMILTON1 1They Upper Alton ills druggist sells Dr Miles Anti tII Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMUM Medical Co Elkbftrt Iud F y These Bad Pains which lIve or such exquisite Buffering every month are caused u you know by female trouble Relief seldom or never comet of Itself It Is necessary to cure the cause In order to stop tho pans and this can only be done If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly pa the womanly organs OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF Cardul did wonders for me m writes Airs II C Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now I am so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when it ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeptThoChattanooga Tenn E 33 nests alia see them run now can a pigeon sit comfortably with a dozen mice wiggling under her any more than can you sleep In church with your wife jabbing you with a hatpin In stealing ten fine chickens at Buckhorn Pa the thief left his set of false teeth behind If they were tough hens what could the poor man do1 Will those of our readers who wear store tooth please advise the poor JDft- nSqunlJs twelve hours old are called peepers twentyfour hours old squeakers and a month old squeal ers Mon may be divided Into workers jorkers shirkers and kickers also fakirs fossils and fools You are one of the good fellows The eyes of racing homers protrude on return from a tong race This IB caused by their efforts to sight home at long distance Their sight is as re inarkablo as their flight Canadian firms have been selling oggn for hatching on credit It the cue tower gives his noto to the Standard Bank of Canada But if the eggs are rotten how can they egg n man on to payWo would rather bo right than be president But we would rather be lyoiklent than n poultryman for a little while Then wo would dee light in sending n strenuous most AmOliclUlhenof these state legislatures that appro priate nothing for poultry culture that If street cars are no longer run by mules some legislatures have a sur plus of jacks k t JaHUMBLED THE PRINCESS Fellof a Dusky Beauty From the South Sea Islands Ono night John Sharp Williams while a student at Heidelberg Ger many was in attendance upon a swell function at which the guest of honor was a dark skinned princess alleged to hall from one of the south sea is lands This princess was magnificent ly bedecked and bejeweled and her warm olive complexion set off by a mass of black kinky hair full red lips snow white teeth and black sparkling eyes made her the center of the function The masculine lllce Germans swarmed about her like bees around a honeysuckle vine and even Dutch femininity could not discount the charm of her manner or the beauty of her person John Sharp was introduced of course and Immediately upon obtain ing a near view of tho princess his southern instincts rose to the surface and his southern blood began to boll managedto perfectly tled ears this alarming query Look here nigger where did you come from 7 Panic stricken and with all her sell possession scattered the alleged prin cess turned upon her interrogator as she heard the familiar intonation of the southerner and looked Into his un relenting face Then she stammered Turn South Carollny boss but for de Lawds sake dont tell It Whether John Sharp respected the pitiful plea of n southern negress In a faraway land and permitted her to continue her bold imposition upon the credulous Germans the story does not tell But the fact remains that the princess realized that she was in the presence of ono who from Intimate knowledge of hoc race had divined onlythrowHerald Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty di gestlon lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens purifiesthe JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS The Way He Came to Write Kin Uncle Remus Stories Many great works of genius as Is well known have been produced by accident and an author is seldom the best Judge of his own work When Joel Chandler Harris wrote the first of his Uncle Remus stories and presented It for publication he did so with a hundred misgivings pe was not sure that his venture in negro folk lore would prove successful Ho could not know that they would bring him worldwide fame At the time described Mr Harris was a young man of twentyeight em ployed on the Atlanta Constitution Sam W Small afterward a revivalist who had been writing for the same paper a popular column of negro story and dialect had just resigned from the staff The managing editor of the Con stitution wishing to continue the fea ture said to Harris one day Joel It seems to me you could do that sort of thing to n tee See If you cant turn in something tonight The young writers memory flitted back to his early days on a plantation All the quaint settings of negro lite the little cabins thd fiddling darkles the wrinkled story teller the black mammies the noisy corn shucklngs the bobtalled rabbits disappearing along the road came hurrying from the past Late that afternoon he turned In his copy The next day his repu tation was made Current Literature TIPPING IN BOHEMIA Even the Street Car Conductor Ex pects His Gratuity- In the city of Prague n tip to the tramway conductor Is considered de rlgueur The orthodox tip consists of but 2 heller or two tenths of n penny yet as strap hanging Is allowed for in considering the carrying capacity of the car the conductors should have got a goodly pocketful of the minimum coin by each days end ripping It was ascertained In an other of Bohemias larger towns is so fully recognized that the head waiter at a cafe pays a rent for his post sup plies all the journals for the coff o room and looks after the other wait ers and then mnkos an Income larger than thit of a university professor all out of his tips After supper at one of the delight ful open air cafes of the capital It was found that approximately one should give a half krone flvepence to the head waiter who took payment two pence to thp undorwalter who brought the viands and a halfpenny to the boy who brought aud even brought again as one glUM was fluishedthe beer London Chronicle Drnt Say Cologne She spriuHed ecu de cologne liberally In the bath of pink marble It Is this perfume she said learnedly which makes us think that the town of Cologne must be scented Jobuun Maria Farina Invented 200 years ago in Cologne u perfume made of the ois of neroll citron bergamot orange and rosemary He called the perfume nfl er his city enu d6 Cologne water of Cologne By the same token hud lit been a Londoner hed have called It eau de London In that case the illit erate would now think London a scent ed city and Instead of saying correctly Put a few drops of perfume on my handkerchief they would say Put a few drops of London on it In fact It Is a very vulgar and silly error to call all perfumes cologne You might as well call them Chicago or Denver New York Press No Satisfaction The Editor Eh whats wrong Tho CorrespondentIn that letter of mine that you printed this morning several gross errors were permitted to appear Look at this L wrote Nobody has any desire to Impeach tho rugged quality of Mr Sklmmerhorns honesty and you turned honesty into hosiery Look at itl I see it And whats more 1 see nothing wrong about It Anything elseYes heres another This Is what 1 wrote Mr Sklmmcrhorns ripe experi ence and his respect for honor must not be forgotten And you speak here of his tripe experience and his re spect for Homer Yes thats so And theyre both highly commendable virtues Good morning sir Cleveland Plain Dealer The Hurry Fad Mr Cleveland said a Princeton locturer had little sympathy with the rush and hurry that the American business man so complacently affects no sympathy with train and boat dic tation with the lunch table telephone tho letter phonograph and the other bluffs Dont rush so Mr Cleveland once said to me Lightning might do a great deal moro If it wasnt always in such an awful hurry Washington Star The More Notable Which would you call more notable the prima donnas debut or her fare wellHer farewell Wouldnt you Dont know that I would Sho can make but one debut One Thing Left Elderly UncleSpent your entire pa trimony have you Archibald Gone through everything Scapegrace Neph eWYes uncle everything but tha bankruptcy court Chicago Tribune Itching tortuing skin eruptions dis figure annoy drive one wild Doans Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures Fifty cent at any drug store P IT IfThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company 1 IB F BEARDPresident M1 H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent onetime more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and much as any safely bank can afford to pay 4f Jvr w vr 4TI A CURE FOR HOG Hog Cholera or Swine Plague as it is soraetimds culled is a highly contagiousI disorderWhen a hog shows any symptoms of this disease he should be isolalated at once and the pen fumigated in order to save the other hogs if possible Mix one part Sloans Liniment with two parts milk in a bottle and give every sick hog a tablespoonful of this mixture night and morning for three days Sloans Liniment is a powerful antiseptic kills the disease germs soothes all inflammation and acts as a tonic to the animal A J McCarthy of Idaville In- dsas11y hogs had hog cholera three days before we got Sloans Liniment which was recommended to me bv a neighbor who was using it with success I have used it now for three days and my hogs are almost well One hog died before I got the Liniment but I have not lost any since Mr G W Balsbaugh of Peru In- dwritesI had four pigs that were coughing and were not doing well I gave them some of Sloans Liniment and they got better at once Sloans book on Horses Cows Hogs and Poultry sent free Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass Mysteries of Civilization You have persuaded tho Indian to give up his picturesque headdress and blankets and wear hats and trousers said the sardonic person Yos In tho Interests of civilization And I suppose it Is also In the in terest of civilization that we pay high prices for these castoff garments of the Indian and use them for wall dec orations Washington Star A Night of Agony The most peculiar accident that over camoto my notice happened to a com mercial traveler In Massachusetts He had been out late and in returning to his hotel wandered beyond the town limits and before he realized It was plowing through stubbly fields In Inky darkness Of a sudden he plunged over a bank and just managed to throw his body around sufficiently totclutch the edge of the earth with his fingers For hours It seemed ho hung there At last he could endure It no longer and let go He dashed downdown about six Inches and then stopped He had been hanging all the Limo with his feet almost touching the ground In tho morning they pulled him out of an unfinished well Ho was crying like a baby and his hair that had been raven black the night before was white as snow Baltimore American After a heavy meal take a couple of Doans Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Regulets bring easy regular passages of the bowels The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths I thlItlve Many sudden pneumonia heart- S failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease jf kidney trouble is al lowed to advance Wood will attack vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from t derangement of the kidneys and a cure is btalned quickest by a proper treatment of he kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar this wonderful new dis covery and a book that the for tells all about It both Homo of SwampRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont makoany mtetakelbat remember th name SwampBoot Dri Kllsiera S Koot and the address Binghamton NaxnpI om ferv cottie Jo +w I 7 50000 Surplus 5000 o DIRECTORS Beard I depositsno managed CHOLERA mayhave Capital byithearti i th- tkidneypoisoned remedyIt l- u uuW U rtowuEii President A B SKILr IAN Cashier F L LionxrooT Vlco resldent CRAB EKILIMAN AsstCashlor The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured every way and the very latest equipment Interest paid on time Business great and small solicited e SMtiliU l f fftE1 flBt I The Carlsbad of America I I French Lick and West Baden Springs Now reached by direct line of the I i I Southern Railwaye ILeave Evansville 7 20 2 20 pm II IJIArrive French Lick10 20 5 pm fJm Arrive West Baden 30 5 55 pm Daily Except Sunday fmJ tmj TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French 3 16 West Baden 83 20 gm 56CanneltonI 111el1IE Indr IndIIIBlJ Y THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL KyL1 His Tho late said man to of tho cost of The he say out for but were like the son did last to us7 the In the the cow day of do you sell Did Qo said for the be Did you tell to Yes But he do It h4 1m G W D S A M C V B F as in u am am 45 10 am To his one Mr The most and hotel in the the 300 rateIpars pass all the neat CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO + iNCOXrORATXr ofthisSouthernillinoisMississippiandyou and satisfactory the ryWe able Equipments and unsur passed IAS E LELAND HUME T D WEBB Ie W President General Manson Treasurer JrIRecord Admiral Balch a Raleigh used often complain Increasing national ar armaments would continually cried money money nothing money They shopkeepers When James write asked wife day cash wife replied Inquiring much milk does your a Truthful BoyBout eight or nine quarts lady- Inquiring LadyAnd how much that 1 Truthful twelvo quarts lady London Moll He Well Staylate fourth time I must going What a queer delusion replied Miss Patience Gonno Touro really quite stationaryPbiladelphia Press A Dime Novel Reader Johnny split that kindling didnt said htd iriglin bleedI INo= Washington Heis1L- Cl I Morris Eskridgo Beard Richardson JDr Kincholoo Robertson 1872 protected by deposits Ind ROUND Lick Look book LadyHoW give Then lfirstclass centrally located Iclty onlyJJ I Street thedoor to of city- Everything andtclean parII Y j quick communication with reason facilities CALDWELL HUNTER maments shopkeeper BoyBout SEEDSKCKNTS SUII5UC- ClBiSPECIALOFFERr Mao to fcmtW Kew BaMnrt AtrUlwW lataOI1 our penune customer Prize Collection maw klTTui tlltttlit liklndt i TM U rletdetjteaprtg1 QDAJUN1EED TOPUAH Write today + Mention this Paper SEND IO CENTSts epnr poriM All 4 picking u4 rtnlrat thk T U14 IIJaatradheHeeUhkill all loG thlitYataot SeocIJ Punt ro LW QUCIIdIN13t11AICItEE snuri3 1 Where Bullets Flew David Palker of Fayetto N Yaveteran of the civil war who lost afoot at Gettysburg says The good Electric t Bitters havo done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad pULposeI t qtonict will 60c at Sever Drug Co II 0 i rMah F Humor A SECRET DIVULGED Whereby Hint Is Given to Wives and a Warning to Husbands Oh dear sighed the pretty caller as she viewed her friends now bonnet myhusba love of n bonnet He would my dear If you knew how to handle him answered the lady of the house trytocaller with another sigh I saw a dream of a bonnet downtown the oth er day and the price was Just what you say you gave for yours25 But when I mentioned the price my hus band flew into a rage and declared that 10 was every cent that he would advance me to buy a bonnet with and If I couldnt make that do I would have to do without Exactly commented the lady of the house dryly You cant expect any other treatment when you ap Myhusbandever I ask him for money But this h easilyddledway Now when I saw this bonnet downtown I made up my mind that I would be the happy possessor of It so that night at the dinner tablq I began going Into raptures over a bonnet that I had seen while shopping the price of which was only 50 and then I added as an afterthought that I had quite made up my mind to buy It What roared my husband Fifty dollars for a bonnet I guess notlI Youll have to put up with 25 and not a cent more do you getI As that was exactly the amount that I wanted I am afraid that tho tears I shed were somewhat forced But I gained my point and that was what I was after Detroit Free Press A Brief Introduction Long Introductions when a man has a speech to make are a bore says former Senator John C Spooner I have had all kinds but the most satis factory one In my career was that of a German mayor of a small town in my state Wisconsin I was to make a political address and the opera house was crowded When It came time to begin the may or got up- Mine friends he said I haf asked been to Introduce Senator Spooner who Is to make a speech yes Veil I hat dlt so und ho vll now do so Literary Digest Just Curious jurist Whats that crowd down at the courthouse NativeOb theyre tryln the case o Sam Johnson sub TouristSam Johnson Why that was the man that was lynched yester day wasnt It- NativeYaas sub But today some o the boys got to feelln curous to know whethah he was innocent or guilty sub Catholic Standard and Times The Editor Explains- A young lady was recently visiting an editorial office and being shown around by the editor Approaching a case of drawers upon one of which was the label MSS she said Now how would you pronounce that Oh said the editor sometimes we pronounce It muss and sometimes mess LIpplncotts Magazine Proof is inexhaustible that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound carries women safely through the Change of Life Read the letter Mrs E Hanson 304 E Long St ColumbUiJ Ohio writes to Mrs Finknam r II I was paying through the Obange 9f Life and suffered from nervous Inee headache and other annoying ympComa My dootor told rae a Lydia II Pinkhama Vegetable Coat pound was rood for DM and sine tak foff it I fe l so much bitter and I eaa again do my own work Inever forget to tell my friends what Lydia B Pink hams Vetable Compound did form during tola trying period FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirtY years Lydia E Pink j hams Vegetable Compound madet1 from roots and herbs has been the Ii itandard remedy for female ills andhaspositively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with It displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregaritie- sJperJodio pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulenoy indiges Lion dizziness or nervous prostration 1 why dont you try it r Mrs Pinkbnm invites all sick woolen to write her for advice She has guided thousand to t health Addrew Lynn MaM J roJ a Copyright 1008 by C M Barnltz Theso articles nnd illustrations must not bo re printed without special permission HIGH FLYING GUINEAS Buy guineas was asked the huckster whose Weekly call broke the monotony at the farm Nope guineas are no good No sale for em Wouldnt take em as a gift Ten years pass Now read this Wantedti000young guineas weighing three pounds to tho pair Will pay at least CO cents per pair tor the same Wanted 1000 men and women to raise guineas and sell me the young ones when they weigh one pound each at 65 cents a pair Poultry Item Pennsylvania Waal Ill swan says John Corn tassel What does city folks want 5000 guinea keets fur The guinea that screamed from the big walnut tree has flown a notch higherThe scarcity of game and the strict Lacey law have sent all tho restaurants to guinea WILD GAME PRICES i4ODPrairloPheasant broiled MG0 Roast quail 150 These arc simply guineas in disguise the pretty polka dot feathered screamers of grand paps barnyard But whats the difference They taste good and gamy have much dark breast meat and dont cost half the real thing Then few know the anatomy of game so well that they can tell a guinea from a pheasant or a sparrow from a reedbird When the farmer offers guineas snap them up and remember French cooks doom guinea eggs best for bak ing and without equal for beating up quick and stiff- Originally from Africa these polka dot birds are most everywhere The West Indies are alive with them England keeps them In game preserves Austria Germany and France aro breeding them extensively Uncle Sam Is going in for guineas Better Join In They breed In April and May mate in pairs lay as high as a hundred eggs A READY pon MARKET a season hatch in twentyeight days and the little quail liko chicks run and fly as soon as hatched The white or albino guinea is simply a sport The pearl is most common and has purplish gray plumage with white spots coral red wattles white cars and cheeks a bony helmet or crest and orange legs Tho males walk on tiptoe have the coarser head and clack instead of buckwheat Being classed as game they are dressed as in Illustration Thus they do not appear small and their beautiful plumage makes them more attractive Guineas love tho woods and vales where they thrive on Insects leaves shoots seeds buds and berries Now Just Imagine the vast resources for guinea culture In our waste lands and the great national forest reserva tions DONTSfDont ship your birds haphazard to exhibitions and see that they aro fed and watered Tip the attendantI Dont wait long after thrashing to lay In feed Buy grit by the ton Dont let fruit rot und the tree ad allow the chickens to go hungry for green food Turkeys are lovers of apples Doat send south for stock to breed aero weather layers Always get birds to wit your climate to have ouccess Dont get sCAred If your ducks often present their bills Well watered stock will liquidate them Slightly Colder With Snow When you see that kind of a weather forecast you know that rheumatism weather is at hand Get ready for It now by getting a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chllbjalns frost bite sore and stiff joints and muscles all aches and palns25c 0c and tGOOa bottle Sold by A R Mistier 4 DONT EXPERIMENTs You Will Makt No Mistake If You Follow This Cloverport Citizens Advice Never neglect your kidneys- If you have pain in the back urinary disorders dizziness and nervousness its time to act and no time to experi ment These ure all symptoms of kidney trouble and you should seek a remedy which is knowu to cure the kidneys Bonns Kiduey Pills is the remedy to use No need to experiment It has cured many stubborn ousts in Clover port Follow theudvice ofa Clover port citizen and be cured yourself JH Wills Judge of Police Court living on High St Cloverpoit Ky saysIII have no hesitancy in pronouncing Doans Kidney hills the best remedy I have ever known and I take pleasure In recommending this sterling remedy to other persons suffering from disor dered kidneys It will be a pleasure lor me to answer any questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time I procured them at Fishers drug store For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doana and take no other The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patint breathes freely perhaps for tho first time in weeks Liquid Cream Bam contains nil the healing purifying elt elements of the solid form and it never fails to satisfy Sold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Br9S 66 Warren Street New York Had It Reasoned Out You said you thought there was no malaria around hare said the indig nant strangor I did think so answered Farmer Corntossol After all the summer boarders took away I didnt see how there could be any loft Washington Star A Modern Idea L Whats contributory negligence Failure to dodge an automobile my eon Philadelphia Ledger The Ministers Boys Work Mother What Fighting again Such a black eye If youd only follow the lead of the ministers little boy Tommy Aw I did try ter foller his lead but he led again wid his left an dats whore he lifted me Philadel phia Press Farm Implements Youve asked for my daughters hand and Im going to speak candidly to you Illl call a spade a spade IndeedI And what do yon call me I call you a rake Kansas City Times Surrounded by Shells Roderick Tho old colonel boasts that during the civil war he was where the shells were thickest Van AlbertSo I hear ThOsny ho burrowed under a peanut patch Min neapolis Journal Sea Bathing on Ocean Liners A new amusement for passengers on ocean liners has been introduced on board some Pacific steamers It ts n swimming bath on deck big enough to hold about a dozen people at once The bath Is filled with sea water Passen gers can enjoy their swim without fear of sharks Tiny Aeroplanes as Christmas Toys Childrens toys for next Christmas will Include tiny aeroplanes which will riso for a brief moment and alas also fall just like tho aerial machines with which Inventors are trying to Conquer the air Shaking Up may all be very well so far as the trusts arc concerned but not when it comes to chills and fever and malaria Quit the quinine and take a real cure Bal lards Herbine Contains no harmful drugs and Is as certain as taxes if it doesnt cure you get your money back Sold by A R Fisher I AIRSHIP INSURANCE Farmer Asked For Flying Machine Clause In His Policy Jacob WeIner n fanner of Ncpaug Conn wont to Wlnsted Conn recent ly to buy Ore insurance He Insisted on there being a flying machine clause In the policy saying he had read how Orville Wright had perfected his aero plane and he thought there was as much danger of a flying machine strIk Ing and wrecking his building as light nlng if aeronautics keep pace with the development of automobiles The farmer wanted a five year pol icy but when Informed by Justice James Smith the Insurance agent that he was ahead of the Insurance companies which have not yet begun to In sure against loss by flying machines he said dejectedly Insure my buildings for one year only Perhaps the companies will be up to date by the time my policy ex pires BULL MARKET ON CATS I Japan Finds They Are Real Eradica tors of Bubonic Plague As a result of discoveries by the marine hospital scientists at Washing ton and health officials of the Japa nese government there Is about to Us a strong Juli movement In the cat market It has been proved that the feline family Is Immune from bubonic plague and that the most effective way of eradicating the disease from oriental countries and certain Pacific coast states Is to scour the earth for pussies and wage war to death on rats and chipmunks These little animals arc the medium through which the disease spreads most rapidly and It has boon found that cats devour Infected specimens and grow fat on them As a conse quence marine hospital officials advise all who have Thomases and Tub Ithas with four sound legs and good eyos to hold them for a rise Potato Bearing Apple Tree An apple tree on John Wilson farm near Gillette Wyo Is bearing fine Irlsl lpotatoes Instead of fruit Wilson claims no credit for evolving tho phenomenon being as deeply rays tilled fts to Us cause fis are others who have examined the tree and touted the potatoes The freak spuds taste like ordinary potatoes but differ from the ordinary kind In that ouch eye con tains an apple reed Discovery of Reed For Matting Reed fields covering hundreds of tquare miles have been discovered In Saskatchewan Canada says a Toronto dispatch The reeds are said to bo similar to those from which Chinese and Japanese matting is manufactured The American government it Is added has spent much time and money in seeking such material Pat and the Lava An Irishman having returned from Italy where he had been with his master was asked In the kitchen Now then Pat what Is the lava I hear the master talking about Only a drop of the crater was Pats reply Everybodys friendDr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain k msfBlI IIt1 I Resources Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe U H 8794 81I Cash in other Banks 4962 74 t1 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 I Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 ITotal 90323 72 Liabilities tm1 Capital Stocku15OOO Surplus FuDduuuu 18 Profits 3195 Amount Deposi 71351 45 TotaLhU90 9Wo have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that tlM time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and gmfmJI fireIproofmore than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays We believe in paying our patrons all we can for use their money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest take thatIopportunity to thank our customers whose patronage has make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business tmjRespectfully IJNOS ADAIR Cashier ImmJJ Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I If you do you may find lust what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once frowners name and If none of these suit you write us at onoo telling us what you want and where you wantit and lot us introduce you tho man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business olf you want cash for your property send price and description at once aud lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well locateo Rents for 36 her month 166 acres on Uardlnsburg and 3 13U Falls of Slnklnr road 3 miles from Sample ImprovetJIelltll dwelllag and a good bin barn 80 acres in oak and beech timber The oak timber is Rood tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled eIther by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable fur tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments C 3 950 352 acres on lardlDsburg and f Falls of SinkIng road 3 miles onestorydwdllingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouMis 130 acres under cultivation and pasture S22 acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onothlrd cash and toad easy terms on balance acres situated IK miles from 600Mol Joins Gabe Pierce Ridge land in good shape good fencing one good dwel IIiiK house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThIsacres in timber white oak sugar trop and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road t StephensportJSK miles und good road to Ilol lK miles This farm Is not worn out It is good land and in good fix Just the farm for a man with a small fnmtly 11 00 777 Undivided u 09 fJm Due tors 323 72 I prosperous the of We n 4 address places to solely 800l acres a miles from Cloyerpor onHoverportprovements Broom dwelling barn 83x96 feet and other out buildings 112 acres In orchard aoresInbalance In suite of good cultivation Two Good11ImlJlltoneWell located for market Onethird cash balance on easy terms FOR SALEA farm contnlnlnK250ncrosand under fence A nice cottage ct five 15 rooms two cisterns a walled cellar with a store room over it two good stock barns one tenant houso abut 5110 apple and peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most i all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vinyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods ln5 acres In grass several grovesof black locust sufficient for posts to wire the whole farm in It lies near Elcron on L U k St L It 11 price is 15000 on long and easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand physician In a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just the place for sou young physIcIan to step into a good practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire is tho reason for selling Ior further partic ulars address JNO D nABBAGK Clover port Ky pannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnanp D DB A Christmas Suggestion B- D D 0The Best Christmas Present that can beLILI given a friend or relative is their home paper DB Allow us Ito suggest that a years subscription8 LIto the news be placed on your gift memoran DD D IIdum for Christmas We have one subscriber NewsBlistLIi 8 John D Babbage B j DOCDODITIJ DOaDODODD DODD d92ScffOOf4ffJTOE t ALL Or TNi CoNMeRC1nL BRRNCff INCLUDING TEl JllIlPHYARE TRUGH1 lEAUf FUL TAlOGUE5 UESSOHS IN BOOKKEEP1HG BY MAlL GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS JOURNALS FREEtV SITE NOW ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREENKY r = 1 tTfTiRT Tii l1rtl 1 t 4 GLENDEANE J Many Heard Bryan In Louisville Utopia College Will Give A Large Entertainment Messrs Joe Moore and Cleve Hen drick of Hardinsburg were in town Sunday Dr and Mrs Rogers of Fordsville were the guests of Mr and Mrs J B HoskinS SundayJ D Owen and E L Robertson went to Louisville last Tuesday to lrearI Bryan speakI J M Howard spout a few days in Hartford last week Mr and Mrs Chas Hardaway of Bewleyville are the guests of Mr and Mrs D C Moorman Robt Curtis went to Louisville Tuesday to hear Bryan speak Miss Sylvia Mattingly spent last Sat urday in Hardinsburg Mrs P E Dempster is in Irvington to see her father who is very ill Drs R F and P E Dempster were in Irvington last week D C Moorman went to Hardinsburg Saturday The pupils of Utopia College will give a Halloween party for the benefit of the Library Preparations are being made for a large crowd and it will be the grandest affair of its kind ever held in Glendeane A Banquet spread before you would do you no good if you couldnt eat What good can food do a child whenas soon as itenters its stomach it Is eaten by worms Thats the reason your baby is ailing cross F pasty faced and thin Give it Whites Cream Vermifuge It will expel the worms and act as a tonic for the chile Sold by A R Fisher Good Prices For Tobacco r Mr Brewer living on Mrs Smiths farm in Roberts Bottom sold his crop of 8000 pounds of Burley last week at the handsome price of 16 all round The Watlington Bros in the same neighborhood were offered 15 round for their crop but declined the offer r F All the Burley in the Custer neigh borhood has been sold at from 10 to 14 round A good rain now is all that is reeded to make things hum in this countyDeWitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills easy to take safe- S lre and gentle Get Early Risers They are the best pills made We soil them Sold by all Druggists Buys The Felix Carter Farm 11MrCharlie F Haltingly has bought the Felix Carter farm out on the Pike He will move back here and go to farm ing Every body is glad to have him back at his old home H TWICE CURED Of V SKIN TROUBUS k Case a Rash I Which Itched and IFirst Threatened Ten Years LegButRELIANCE IN CUTICURA PROVED WELLFOUNDED 1 About ttvrlve or fifteen yearsago- whilo liviis in West Virginia I had a ut ami it itched rnd stung to badly teat I could not have any peace because of it 1 saw three doctors andI they did not agree on what it was so one of th m gave me something that ho called HI iHirip but I called it soda water 1 might just as wall have I washed i rJnwater Then I got some Cuticura s ap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Iksolvent and began to get better right uvay They cured me and I have not Ixen bothered with the itch ing sins to amount to anything About two years ago I had la grippe find pneumonia which left me with a intomto break out It got doctorlie bad wasafraidI used his medicine but it did no good So I sent for another sot of the Cuticura Remedies I used them throe times and cured the breakingout on my leg Now I wont be without Cuticura J F Hennen R F D 3 Milan Mo May 13 1007 BABIES ON FIRE With Torturing Disfiguring Humors Cured by Cuticura Eczemas rashes itchlngs irritations and chaflngs are instantly relieved and speedily cured In the ajorltyof cases by warm baths with Cut oura Soap and gentlo applications of Cut cura Ointment the groat Skin Cure This treatment permits rest Dd sloop and points to a epeodY Cum in the moat distressing cases whoa all else falls Guaran teed absolutely purv and may be used from the 6gtlc- Ornpk Ot birth to EldereailancI Internal TrtAtment for of I fAnl Adults eonEverT Hti47Dr ObUdleniand the SkineoaeIIt4 ot Oxtlcen eiMaeat cbce to heal the SkID and CUt CUt teeo t or In the form of Cboeolay Cuts kMoLvc 1I5e y1 oUIO to Purity the nloo- kola padU1roI oui =world Potter Drug the fin Mcrae DfU Hardinsburg and Irvington I J News ventiof The Week f Society Political Religious and Business Notes from Both Places==Hon Harry Robertson Speaks at Irvington for Billy Bryan EDUCATION BOARD MEETS AT HARDINSBURG HARDINSBURG Oct 27 Special Misses Settle Pile Eva and Kitty Alexander three of Dave Walls little pupils accompanied him from Custer Friday and spent Saturday and Sun day with friends and relatives in town Mrs Bennett of Zion Ky is a guest of her cousin Mrs J E Kinch eloe Mr and Mrs Harvey English of Ammous were guests of Rev andl Mrs E B English Saturday andl SundayThe Board of Education held a meeting here Saturday at which goodl reports were made of many schools Considerable routine business was be fore the board Every white school in the county now has a teacher The last ones to be supplied were High Plains which has Joe Trent Holt with Miss Ora B Hendrick teacher and McGavocks I with Miss Alliene Biddle to take charge Pleasant Valley will have Miss Nora Harrison as teacher begin ning early in next year The Bewl y ville Colored School is without a teacher and cannot secure one untill some one teaches out his or her term Teachers Associations will be held1 at Custer next Saturday and at Mc Daniels Saturday November 7th The sessions will begin at one oclock in the afternoon On next Wednesday night Dr Ma ther will begin a series of sermons extending over ten or more nights Everybody is invited to attend Robt A Smith spent a few days last week with his daughter Mrs Or ren Hardin near Cloverport Roland Smith of Stephensport was in town Saturday County Court W F Hook went to Owensboro Thursday Mrs Gus Brown has been ill for several days The Grand Jury adjourned Satur day after a two weeks session They returned twentyseven indictmentsi chiefly for violations of the Option Law Mrs Jane W Coomes died last Tuesday night Oct 20 at her home a few miles from Hardinsburg after ai lingering illness She was 72 years of age surviving her husband the late L A Coomes five years Eight children l three of whom are in Massachu setts live to mourn the loss of a kind and devoted mother devoted Christ ian women a member of the Catholic chuch The burial was in the Catholic cemetery in Hardinsburg on Wed1 nesday The Coorneses are among the pioneers In the settlement of Kentucky and are an honored family INDIANA FARMHAND Writes About Country Life Washington October An Indians farmhand has written a letter to President Roosevelt about the work which the Country Life Communion it carryirtB on The President has turned the letter over to the Country Life Com mission and the Commission hs askttl the farmhand to write some more I have been a farmhand jut long enough says the President s corres pondent to learn the cause of so many sons and daughters and wellmeaning reliable farmhands leaving the beautiful farm and country and going U the city A lack of order and ysterr on the farm and too long hours for e day is what is driving the best minds frorr the farm to the cityaud shop Wbm can we expect of a hand or the farmers wife and her prosperity in the way uf intellectual development when they gel out of their beds at 3 30 in the morning and work front that time until 8er 9 p m And no attention paid to the Sanitary conditions of tho home and necessary conveniences on the farm for doing the farm work with the least labor and time This man has given the Country Lifte Commission some very interesting firsthand information about rnralconditions and recommendations based on a Joni experience in the farm work and tarn life Ho has worked for all kinds of farmers good and bad he says and hi has always had his eyes open to dotedt the cause of their success or failure He has drawn his own conclusions and set them forth in downright straight J I IRVINGTON Oct 28 Special A party of twenty young people gave a hay ride to Mr G O Baileys I home Friday evening Mrs R B McGlothlan returned home Wednesday from Sardis Ohio where she has been for the past six weeks on a business trip New Sorghum has been placed on the market here and it is selling at 45c which is a lower price than it usually sells for especially this early in the season The cane crop is said to be good this year and the juice very sweet and productive Mr and Mrs G T Marshall and grand son Alton Marshall spent Tues day in the city shopping Mr David Hardaway of Bewley ville has accepted a position in R M Jollys dry goods store Miss Lillian Stilt liter a weeks visit to her cousins the Misses Bandy left for her home at Guston Dr D B Beeler of New Albany Ind spent two days of last week in town doing dental work Cards are out announcing the Hal loween Party to be given by Mr and Mrs S S Payne in honor of their daughter Eva on Saturday evening 1Oct 31 from eight to twelve oclock Mr John Musselman has returned from a short trip to Muldraugh Ky the guest of relatives Mr Willard Arnold and daughter Bessie spent a few days ifl Louisville last week visiting Mr and Mrs J C HenselMiss Lula Lockard is visiting her- cousin Miss Mary Smith at Custer Mrs Kate Bennett returned Satur Iday from Owensboro where she has been the guest of her sister Mrs Ar thur Williams Mr and Mrs A B Coleman were Ivisitors of relatives at Brandenburg Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tony McCoy left Tuesday for Louisville after being the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G L Brady Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons and baby 1of Big Spring spent Saturday here the guest of Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons Hon Harry Robertson of Louisville addressed the Democrats on last Friday evening in the K of P Hall to a large and enthusiastic audience IfMiss Edith Lewis of Louisville was the guest of Dr and Mrs S P Parks 1last week Mr H W Herndon arrived Friday from a three weeks trip through the West He was very much pleased with the outlook of that country and has leased a fine new hotel The Loe wen Iflnid Oklahoma where he and his family will move and take possession next month forward fashion Education pays in frming he says The farmer who plans out his work and carries it through in a systematic businesslike manner just as the city wan does will be able to shorten the hours of labor So many farmers measure every thing on the farm from the standpoint of muscle he continues and are extreme in some things and slack in others I derided several years ago j that life is too short to wnrk for Peter Tumbledown farmers I Now Mr President he writes you non take this for what it ie worth 11 have not given you half of my exrwri ence The Country Life Commission has written him that his suggestions are so useful that they hope he will send mote Compel the farmer to be a business manhe saysGo into the homes Of some of the farmers and the socalledI farmers and ascertain how they live and learn of their methods of doing theI business in which they are engaged Andyou will be surprised what a variety you will find Ascertain what thoyI read and what stress they put onI the literature that comes into their homes if any comes bearing on the business they are engaged in See what per cent study their business Give me the educated farmer as a boss and the educated farmhand as a hand When I come in contact with a hand or farmer that studies his business Ifind him advancing and it is a pleasure to work for such men The majority of the farmers are eighthour men that la eight hours in the forenoon and eight in the afternoon Eight or ten hours on the farm cannot well be adapted in all cases but it need not be from fourteen to sixteen honrs l IIII JTTr Wood = to= Burn I AND J BURNINGOUTFITS IJ JJThe Best selected lStock in 1- Kentucky State of Write for our New Illustrated Catalog Will send It to you by return mail Womensand Misses Outergarments The Best in Style Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Price Newest Style Pall COATS Suitable for Women and Misses and Misses FallI I new 30inch models 4I11Womens cheviot and mixtures the best saw for less than 500 Womens and Misses Fall Coats in full length semifitting they are made of broad 27 ostylesieJ cheviot and fancy striped cloaking and are to be had in either plain or braidtrimmed style and Misses F- allI of fine broadcloth in 75 11Womens Empire style trimmed with braid are satin lined rrWomons and Misses Fall Coats in the new formfitting models of fine broadcloth and striped 1250covertj cloth in the popular shades of tan smoke and gravjyoke aud- I sleeves satin lined HandsomestTailored SUITS oles98from1498Tailored 7trimmed 1and5tailoredorsutlnJ IRAILROAD PARES TO LOUISVILLE AND RETURN REBATED IiIIFOR OP TRANSPORTATION WRITS US n 332338 West Market Street 213 Fourth AveI t J JNEDJ5IC04 the family arise every morning at 6 oclock and the wife aud daughters at tend to the household duties and the farmhands arid sons attend to the chores and oto the field at 7 oclock and work until Uor 1180 and go to the field again at I and keep ut it until 6 oclock Bud go to the house and eat the supper and then do the evening chores they have done a farm davs work Regular hours for work and regular hours for meals and regular hours tor sleep and regular hours for rest and re creation with plenty of standard papers and book including the heat agricul tural papers and books and a full faith in God hml good grub is wanted Tfie family should rise at 5 oclock on Sunday morning as well as on week days and do the necessary Sunday morning chores and then go to church aud show the business man in the city that Sunday on the farm does not consibt in changing the stock from one field to another or salting it or unloading load of hay that was brought in on Saturday evening- Coming to the meals at the meal Jour makes it easy on the wife so she can arrange her household duties in order as can also the hucband his farm workMen of worth and standing in the shop and city tell me that if order and system were used on the farm they would go back to the farm If the farmer wants to keep his sons and daughters on the farm he must not lengthen the hours for a days work at both ends Limit the hours of work on the farm to twelve or thirteSh with pay for overtime and freedom to the hired man on Sunday The Country Life Commission wel comes letters like this because as Pro fessor L H Bailey Chairman of the Commission recently pointed out one of the objects of the investigations of theI Commission will he to obtain as fully as possible ths opinions of both farmers and of their hands concerning the question of farm labor and the condition of hired help It Is likely that when the Country Life Commission reaches Indiana in the tour of the country which it will make early next month it will1 endeavor to get Into personal touch with this letter writer I r The pct f You Ever Saw For the Money Tailored Suits ofall wool che viots and fancy worsteds the coats plaited or gored skirts stylish suits at the llow cost 1250JTailored Suits of broadcloth and Lymansville cheviot in Clack and colors coats are plain or braid extra good quality satin extra full skirts with fold trimming price Suits of English worst eds broadcloths aud serges in a wide range of fashionable color the skirts are in the new sheath and modified Directolre effects price 1975 1 lined with guaranteed silk perfect hanging and J trimmed skirts price 24 DETAILS FREE I louisville Kentucky J j N 3 savse isttW a I If you want bargains in 1 I I dJOi i- WINTER I1 I IIw YII is the time to b I them of the well I known firm I of Glasscock L CompyLii ot GLENDEANE KY L I