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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 t THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS00r t ttALLf THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT fVOL XXXI H CLOVER PORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1908 8 Pages NO 17 I- IItIt l eki kiraj 1iI I GOOD SCHOOLS 2tBUiId Up a Community Make Bet ter Children and Better Men And Women To one who has always been interest ed in educational affairs and always anxious to see the standards of a community gradually rising the idea of converting people to the belief that the graded school is superior to the ungrad ed school is very much Mike trying to convert them to the belief thut three meals a day are better than one It is possible for a person to subsist more orI less comfortably on one meal a day but he does not do his best Work that way It is possible for a man to run a store by himself if the store is smallenough and his commercial ambition low enough but it will not be a particularly good store Sonic people of course do not care for good stores It is possible for a farmer to do all the work that isI 9done on his farm but he is not the man to whom you will go for flue stock or for superior Seed or plants It will be a small farm run in a small way It iis also possible for a teacher to teach after a fashion all grades in one day to allow ten minutes or sometimes fifteen or five to a recitation but it is an inferior school that is conducted a necessarily inferior education that is received And with tbe present and increasing demand for intelligent workers the people who receive only this education are likely to remain inferior people The time of subduing the country of clearing the land and fighting wild ani mals the time in short when physical strength and clean commonsense were the only essentials has gone by never to return but the time of understanding business conditions of getting the t greatest return from a given effort the time of matching brains with brains is here to stay And it is not hard to see what kind of person is going to succeed in the long ruu it is the person whose mind has been trained to responsible and accurate work No matter how good the brain it needs training No I one would think of letting a Thoroughbred horse gowithout training because I he is a Thoroughbred he needs even more careful handling than the scrub horse On the other hand the scrub horse must not go untrained for his value is increased by discipline In L human education physical strength should be sought for it is highly valua blo but physical strength is but weak nens Common sense is needed as much as it over was more indeed than it ever was And the surest evidence of common sense is recognition of present conditions and giving to the children the best possible equipments for the tasks I before them For that is the purpose of education to enable us to do our work better and to do a better kind of work One great work ot the advancement of the present generation is the care for the children the recognition that tho welfare of the community and of the state is ultimately in their hands and the determination to serve the com theachildren for the work they have to do 1 Consequently we have juvenile courts that the misdemeanors and sins of children may not become the crimes of men and women we have child labor laws that the children may have a j chance to be children for a few short years and thus acquire power for mature life and we have better schools that they may not go to their life work handicapped by ignorance or deficient ll education Indeed a persons patriotism JAimay well be tested by his attitude to- P fhri1thts of children To refuse 1 1Wardrk for belter schools is to confess lacking in patriotism To c am L oppose or to he indifferent to good schools even on the ground that one has no children of his own is to an nounce ourself a poor citizen To de prive a child of the best education a community can give him is to defraud him of right Fraud is vile enough in any form but fraud practised upon a de fenciless child handicapping him for life isjabout the smallest lowest form There are people who object to graded schools on the ground that they are use less luxuries Not much can be said to such people though not because there is nothing to be said There are people who have the same objection to tooth brushes Of course graded schools mean increased cost they ought to Where is the scuseor the morality of trying to get a goon thing without pay ing for it9 Personally I nave no de sire to boa pauper to live off the com munity and give nothing in return But the increased cost of graded schools is more than offset by the Increased bene fits to the community the higher in tellectual standard the consequent higher social standard and ns always follows the higher commercial standard Good schools attract good people tp a community good people make good business and good social conditions The increased amount of taxes for a graded school is by most people spent many times over for pure luxuries and fro thought given to the expenditure Why not pay it for a necessity and so give the children of Breckenridge county Kentucky a fair chance with the children from other counties and other states Obituary Sophia Ann Elizabeth Bryant Nee Meador was born in Indiana May 8 1836 and passed into the life beyond from Peking Kansas last Sunday morn ing aged 72 years 4 months and 12 days The funeral was held at the home of her son Emmett Bates eight miles north of Sylvia at 2 p m on Mon day September 21IInd was conducted by Rev I A Bartholomew of Sylvia Though born in Indiana Mrs Meador spent most of her life in Kentucky She was married first to Mr Hall by whom she became the mother of seven children four of whom are living After his death she married Mr Bates ant be came the mother of three more children two of whom are living viz Ben Bates who formerly lived in Sylvia but now at Sterling ana Emmett Bates who resides north of Sylvia Of those present at her funeral were four sons viz J Land S G Hall and Den and Emmett Bates Her aged husband and companion for 24 years J D Meador was also present and four grand children Otis and Sadie Durkeo of New Albanyi Indiana and Lafayette and Frank Hall of Sterling Dan Meador of Abbyville and Ruther Meador and wife of Nirkerson Interment took place in the Reno cemetery Mrs Meador was a woman of strong personality and indomitable will Tho much of care and suffering had been herot yot she was uncomplaining- She was strong and vigorous until stricken with appoplexy one week be Jore her demise The sympathy of all the neighbors and friends goes out to the stricken husband and children Mrs Meador was the daughter of a Baptist minister and was converted and joined the Baptist church at 15 years of age and continued in that faith during her long and useful life After lifes longbattle she enjoys the warriors sweet reposeSun Sylvia Okla Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the Hurts 1 a STEPHE SPORT Union Star Methodist Church To Be Dedicated November 22 Personal News and Otherwise Rev Winchellof Tobinsport has been called as pastor for the Baptist Church at th s place N P Bell of Hardinsburg has re turned home after visiting his son Scott BellJ M Bell of Louisville T J Bell of Irvington and R A Beard of Hardins burg were guests of Mr and Mrs Scott Bellllit week B B Henninger of Gave Spring George Jarboe of McDaniels Miss Florence Butler and Miss Birdie Dris kell of Cave Spring were guests of Mr and Mrs Niles Saturday and Sunday Miss Katie Bell McKaughau was in Canuelton Wednesday Mrs L D Fox was in Louisville last week Mrs Mollie DeJaruett and children of Hardiruibnrg were guests of Mr and Mrs Scott Bell Saturday and Sunday Thomas Smith has moved his saw mill to town The M E Church at Union Star will be dedicated the 4th Sunday Rev Ed Goodcon will help in the services Mort Skillman is still in a critical condition Willie Basham was the guest of his sister Mrs Chas Tinius last week he has lately returned from Neb Dr Nevitt and family went to Bran denburg Friday to visit relatives Otis Dowell has a position up on the exte1 son at Medo- raIRVINGTON NEWS 1 Mr and Mrs West Massie and children have returned to Louisville after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton for a few days Mrs Julia Clarkson arrived Saturday from Lexington where she has been the guest of relatives for a several days visit before returning to her home atBig SpringMrs A W Moremen of Brandenburg is spending this week the guest of her son Dr L B Moremen Mr J B Biggs spent Thursday in Louisville visiting his family at 7I7 West Chestnut St The members of the Methodist Church are having the Parsonage remodeled both inside and out side After it is completed it will be one of the nicest little cottages along Walnut aye Mr Bramlette has charge of the work Quite a large crowd attended the burial of Mr Henry Kurtz on last Thursday afternoon in the Cedar Hill Cemetry Mr Kurtz is widely known around here and he has a circle of friends who are grieved to hear of his death because he was a man of such fine standing and he will be greatly missed from the community Prayer Meeting at the Methodist church on Wednesday night Sunday school teachers might possibly be helped by the discussion of the Sabboth School lessonMr Walter Joseph Piggott who is at tending school in Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday here the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W J Pijrgott The Presbyterian Sabbath t school is making definite advance steps The pastor has organized a teachers training class and Decision Day was observed on the 1st Sunday Their new primary room is quite a success 11 p c I Slides in to the Presidency an Easy Winner Ben Johnson goes in with himOld Breckenridge comes to the front with biggest Majority in her history Ken tucky goes for Bryan anywhere from 10000 to 15000 Tafts Vote in the Electorial College will be over300 DO THE PEOPLE RULE 1 Miss Maud Smith of Hnrdinsburg woe the guest of Miss Evelyn Herndon from Saturday until Monday Miss Grace Dugan after a brief visit to her cousins Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirtley has returned to Louisville Mr mid Mrs W L Rhodand Mite Mary Alexander were visitors of relatives in Brandenburg Sunday Mr and Mrs Ryan Puseyof Chicago III cam Tuesday to be the guests of Mrs Mary W Munford Mr Pusey returned to Chicago Saturday Miss Whittinghill is conducting as gooda school as the crowded conditions of the rooms will permit She has graded the school as far as she can under the circumstances Miss Whitting hill has had training at Bowling Green and she realizes thegreat need here fora thoroughly graded sghoql Every teacher owes it to heueelfnas well as to her pupils to dO htir lBest work and it cannot be done under adverse circum stancesRev Edward Graves preached two good sermons on the 1st sabbath The morning sermon on the 5th command ment was especially timely The people of Irvington were greatly alarmed on Sunday afternoon when the cry of fire went over the town Mr Rhodes home came near burning From a defective flue in the kitchen the fire started and after a few buckets of water were used the fire was under control and all danger was past Mr and MS Rhodes were not at home at the time The house and contents were covered by good insurance Miss Mary Smith left last week for Payuesvillo for art indinute visit to her aunt Mrs Arnold Miss Eva Payne gave a delightful Halloween patty Saturday evening at the home of her parents Mr qnd Mrs S P Payne The decorations were appropriate to the season and ajl the pranks and games of Halloween were indulged in by Miss Paynes guests which numbered about thirty people Mrs Nora Board entertained a num hes of little bdys Saturday atternoon in honor of her son Jack s seventh birth day Jacks guests were Harry Smith George Piggott Louis Bennett Moremen Earl Wilson Harold Hen derson Junious Graves Thomas and Edwin Alexander and Lafe Culley A surprise party was given Mr Walter Culley last Thursday evening by a number of his young friends Born to the wife ot Scott Drown on Saturday Oct 31a fine girl Dr Walker will be in Irvington Nov 18th and 10th to do dental work Report of the Grand Jury The Grand Jury reported the follow ing indictments at its called session Violating Local Obtion Law Sam Pool Leo Hinton Jno Bates Den Bates Riley Johnson and W R Johnson Setting up machines used in betting Jno D Beavin Breach of peace Cleave Ramsey Stealing cross cut saw Wm Kelmo Carrying conceal weapon Lee Dunn House breaking Dan Matheny and Jim Marrett Breach of peace Henderson Guthrie Albert Pile Jim Guthrie and Jno Pool Meeting Closed The New Hope Baptist Church three miles below Hawesville has just closed a three weeks meeting three were rep ceived for Baptism one by letter others were convicted of sin Rev L S Sanders assisted the pastor Rev W H Bruner of Ekron Ky the last two weeks and preached eighteen sermons the house was full to overflowing almost every nightBaptism will take place in the river at 9 a m Sunday Nov 15 NEWS EVENTS AT HARDINSBURG Nicholas Sheeran Died Suddenly At His Home Wednesday Court Adjourned Satur dayPersonal Notes OTHER INTERESTING ITEMS Nicholas Sheeran expired at his home near Kirk at 8 oclock Wednesday morning October 28 Sometime ago his recovery was doubttul but he had improved until he was able to walk about the house On July 4th he was taken ill of typhoid fever The fever left him with a troublesome abscess necessitating two or thru operations which it was hoped would save his life Mr Sheeran had about five years ago married Miss Marcella Burch daughter of J O Burch To their union were born two children The wife and children survive The deceased was an industrious hard working farmer living on the old Sheeran homestead of almost a thousand acres He was prosperous welltodo honest and an honored man in lire community He was a brother of Pets Dennie and Pat Sheeran wellknown citisens and business men of the county The Rev Father Thomas preached the funeral at St Romuolds cemetery in the pretence of a large concourse of relatives and friends Relatives from H distance who attended the funeral ser vices were J O Burch of Illinois Nicholas Powers of Indianapolis Charlie Mannion of Henderson and Dennie and Andrew Msngher of Lou isvilleThe infant chip born to Mr and Mrs Gus Brown Friday died and was buried at Brandenburg on Saturday Miss Louise Beeler is at home again after a two months visit in Louisville Dr MoMullin is adding some im provements to his residence on the street that leads to tne depot Rev and Mrs Felix Roberts of Stephensport were guests of their son H J Roberts a part of last week Owjen Hunter of Glendeane was in Hardinsburg Friday Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough came up Saturday to visit Mrs Morris BeardCourt adjourned Saturday after holding the limit of time three weeks The suit against Jarboe Sheeran and the case of Armstrong against the rail road occupied fifteen of the eighteen days Very little else was done Supt J H Pile and wife attended the burial ot Henry Kurtz at Irvington Friday Henry Head the popular insurance man has rented his farm at Rosetta to Arthur Robertson Mr Head will move to Hardinsburg or some other good town where first class schools and accessible position can be found- E W Tucker who has for some time lived on the Chas Beard farm near town will shortly move to the Cliff Pile farm in Duncans Valley John Alexander went to Custer Sat urday where he spent Sunday and Monday Miss Ella Ahl1 has been visiting the Misses Trent of Custer for several days v Misses Carrie andxMary Walls were guests of Custer friends Saturday and Sunday B F Beard was inLouisville several days last week Zeke Rhodes Is at home until Saturday after a seven weeks absence in New Albany He will return to New AlbanyillI Sherman Ball came down from Frank fort last week to remain until after the electionRichard Eskridge left Saturday morn ing for Bloomington Ind to cast his vote for The Great Commoner Mr Eskridge hone of the loyal Indiana Democrats possessing and ready to give reasons for his political faith Mr and Mrs Clarence Foreman of Barretts Perry are visiting Mr S P Ferrns family and others near town Dr Milton Board came down from Louisville Mondav returning Tuesday morningMr Mrs Joel H Pile were at Hook Monday to attend the reception given in honor of Mr and Mrs Grover Pilwho were married in Grayson county Sunday Editor McDonald of the Democrat has taken rooms at T C Lewis Halloween was observed by the fun r loving youngsters Saturday night Sev eral changes were made in signs and other movable property Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard were in Cloverport Sunday the guests of Dry and Mrs F L Lightfoot Joel Gillingwaters of near Bewley ville was in town Saturday Local weather predicting fore it rains Tzaddie Allen the grocery merchant typhoidfeverB F Beard goes to Baltimore Md today to consult a specialist in regard to his health Cy Pate and Godfrey Ball are at home to vote Lawrence Miller is able to be out but has to use crutches Father Brey And Tip Tip is just a common very ordinary yellow dog small in size and very pleasant in disposition but he has a happy faculty probably an instinct of remembering former masters and thereby hangs this tale Tho dog was owned up until eighteen months ago by Father Brey the wellknown priest but for some reason he strayed away or was stolen and Father Brey could get no line on his whereabouts In the meantime the dog fell into the hands of another and was given to the little son of Mr J A Rice who resides several miles back of Hawesville And you should have seen that little dog at the Hawesville depot one day last week He was in town with his new master when Father Brey stepped from the train Tip at once abandoned- his Hancock county owner for his old love and the way the dog manifested his knowledge of the former owner made it quite unmistakable that the dog had been foundHancock Clarion Fine Boy Mr and Mrs Frank White are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a fine boy at their home in the West End The Lucky Number f At the drawing contest at Long Lick St Anthonys church ticket No 21 t drew the double barrel shot gun The party fortunate enough to hold that number can obtain the gun valued at twenty dollars by presenting said number to the Rev Father Knue C C Gentry of Columbia and Mrs Pu geSon of Spottsville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Is opJlast weeke 17- Q iI I- Liii L r nf TnMyr d 1 1 T iilt r Ip C7I i V t- J q ane CableCopyr- lIhf i A 1906 by Dodd Mead ia2 Company Ob0 C O lioa It isnt necessary Ive had a change f heart In the last minute Mr Banse mer I withdraw my proposition B- All thats holy I Intend to go after yoi HOW without pity Hang your sons feelings 1 You wont take my advice I didnt give It as a friend because I detest you It was done In a weal spirit of fairness toward your son and toward the girl he Is to marry Now I put them out of my consideration They I Get oat- Harbert very red In the face slam med the door after him and strode an grily through the outer office Into the corridor Droom Immediately entered tho consultation room Well 1 What is it demanded Ban emcr What did he want He invited me to go to Europe tor an Indefinite stay I refused Well fight it out Droom We have covered our trail better than he thinks cant convict me Im sure of TheyI They have nothing but conjectures and they wont go in court Im afraid of him just the same Youre bull headed about it Ever criminal thinks his tracks are covered until it is too late to cover them prop erly Crlmlnal1ADo you know who is down there in RIgbys office with those fellows An officer I dare say No David Cable Cable Then his wife has told kin everything Well Ive something to tell too By the Lord Harry Elias there will be several sensations it high life You dont mean that youll tell nL there is to toll about the girl No thats Just it That is one thing I wont tell It you tell whose blood she has in her veins Ill kill you like a dog But Ill see that Miss Cable Is dropped by Chicago society inside ot- a week Im mad Droomdo you un derstandBut 1 loves her une wont love her long I was a fool to let him go this fara blind loving fool But Ill end it now He shant marry her He has no I havent much of a heart to boast of Bansemor but I beg of you not to do this thing I love Graydon He doesnt deserve any pain or disgrace Take my advice and leave the city Let me call Harbert back uNoI They cant drive me out Tel ephone over and ask Graydon to stop here on his way up this afternoon The opening and closing of the outer door attracted their attention Droom peeped forth In spite of himself Ban sewer started and his eyes widened with sudden alarm A glance of ap prehension passed between the two mono Its that Deever boy from Judge Smiths reported Droom Toll him to got out said Bansemcr with a breath of relief I thought It might have boon be gan Droom with awry grin Nonsense It is a bit too soon They havent had time As Droom left the room Bnnsemer crossed to the window and looked down Into the seething street far below He saw that his hand trembled and he tried to laugh at his weakness For n long time he stood there his un seeing eyes focused on the hurrying masses his cars alert for unusual rounds from the outer office If it were not for Graydon he was muttering between set teeth God how I hate to have him knbw Droom had told Eddie Decvcr to get out but Eddie was there to talk and be talked to so ho failed to take thohintSay I havent seen you since you played the hero up In the fashionable tart of town Gee that was a startler Ill bet old man Cable rewards you in some way Whats your theory about tho holdup Droom looked up sharply For the first time there shot into his mind the bought that the breezy boy might be a spyI havent any he replied shortly lIe was trying to remember if he pad ever said anything incriminating to the boyIIowd you happen to bo over there Just at that time I havent time to talk about it Please dont bother mo It happened three days ago and Ive really forgot ten about it Dont throw that cigarette Into the wastebasket Havent you tiny souse Gee You dont suppose Im going to throw it away do you Theres half an inch of it loft Not me Say Ive heard your boss has quite a caso at Mrs Cable How about It lIe almost whispered this You shouldnt talk like that 4Oh you mean that gag about people living in glass houses Gee Dont worry about that Chicago is a city of glass houses A blind man could throw rooks all day and smash a hole in somebodys house every crack I bel- Ievef the holdup man was one of those 41nr nlirt bnvo boon out Of Jobs Did you see his face What are you buba detective Rosle Keating says Id make a better policeman than lawyer Shes sore at me for taking Miss Throckmorton to Mam Gains the other night Fellow stood on the piano and sang the derndest song Ive ever heard But gee I I dont think Miss Throck was on She didnt spem to notice I mean Say on the dead do you think you could Identify that fellow Look here boy if any one ever asks you whether Id know that mans taco It I saw it again you Just say that Id know It in a thousand I saw it IIy plainlyEddie gulped suddenly and looked more interested than over- Do you think theyll get him rIThey will If he talks too muchuI hope so Say hows that new pat ent coming onqIm not making a patent Im mak ing a model Its nearly completed The outer door opened suddenly and an old gentleman entered- Is Mr Bansemer here he askeda removing his silk hat nervously Yes Mr Watts Ill tell him you area hereWatts the banker confronted Ban semer a moment later an anxious hunted look In his eyes John Watts was known as one of the meanest men in the city No one bad bested him in a transaction of any kind As hard as nails and as treacherous as a dog he was feared alike by man and woman Watts perhaps for the first time in his self satisfied life was ready to bow knee to a fellow man A certain young woman had fallen Into the skUlh ful hands of Counselor James Banse mer and Mr Watts was Jerked up with a firmness that staggered himflMr Bansemer I have come in toksee if this thing cant be settled between us I dont want to go Into court My wife and daughters wont of understand that its a case of black mail on the part of this woman Let1fi come to terras- Bansemor smiled coolly It was impossible to resist the temptation to toy with him for awhile to humble anda humiliate this man who had destroyed hundreds in his Juggernaut ride to riches Skillfully he drew the old mant out lIe saw the beads of perspiration on his brow and heard the whine come from his voice Then in the end he sharply changed his tactics See here Watts youve got a wrong Impression of this affair I dont like your inferences I am not asking you for a cent I wouldnt take it You have Just offered me 25000 to drop the affair Thats an Insult to my in tegrity Ive investigated this girls claim pretty thoroughly and I believe she is trying to fleece you I have given up the case None of that sort of thing for me Shell go to some unscrupulous lawyer no doubt but I am out of it I dont handle that kind of business You have Insulted me Get out of my office sir and never en ter it again Give me that in writing began the wily banker but Bansemer had called to Droom Eddie Deever was stand Ing near the door almost doggedly curiousShow Mr Watts the door and It ho ever comes here again call tho po lice He has tried to bribe meJWatts departed In a dazed sort of J way and Droom closed the door 1 ot Are you still here he demanded Eddie Deever in such a manner that the young man lost no time In leaving There goes 25000 said Bansemer with a cold grin- I I guess you can afford to lose ItImuttered Droom It was slick I suppose but its probably too late to help Have you telephoned to GraydonII Not yet DontChange of heart Change of mindjj Thats so You havent any heart I CHAPTER XIX I I I VNSEMER was not losing his courage It was only the dread of having Gray don find out He stuck close to his office seeing but few people However he did I saunter into Klgbys office for a friend ly chat but learned nothing from the manner of that astute young man I With r oldness that astonished himI I self and he was at no time timidhe asked If Harbort Intended to remain II1 n6rrn In n IannH n Limn 400ly0v By George Barr McCuichcon Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc rue aay passed slowly but late in the afternoon the suspense became so keen that ho found It difficult to keep himself from making inquiries of the proper officials as to whether affidavits had been filed by Harbert or any other person His hand did not shake now but there was a steady pain at the back of his head Droom J think Ill go home If I dont appear in the morning youll know Im at some police station Good day I Gbodbyl said Elias with correcting emphasis Bansemer laughed hearth I believe youd like to see me tugged Not unless you could be convicted 11 have to remain in your employ then I suppose Ive often wondered why you dont of your own accordIt seems so distasteful to you Im working for you from force of habitYoull trrn states evidence if Im no doubt If my word counted for anything he raised his hand Id say So help meI shant Ive never been able to understand youI guess youve always underStOod- my feelings toward you You hate me Im no exception to the rule But hang you youro faithful uOh Ill pay for It never fear You wont hesitate to sacrifice me If It will help you In any way But let me tell you something Elias Droom been smart enough to cover everyone of his tracks even if he hasnt been able to cover yours I cant per miracles You dont seem as to bring about the family explosion as you were I observe By heavens I cant bear the thought that boy oh well close up the of as soon as you like After he was safely out of the office Ellas Droom glided into tho private office drew forth his bunch of keys opened his employers desk A big revolver lay In the top drawer The old clerk quickly removed the five car and as deftly substituted anew set of them In their stead The The old clerk quickly removed the JIve cartridges ones were minus the explosive power lIe grinned as he replaced the weapon and closed the desk Dropping the cartridges Into his coat pocket he returned to his own desk chuckling as he set to work on his papers- I wont betray him to the law but Ive fixed It so that he cant escape it In that way- Bansemers man informed him upon his arrival home that Mr Graydon would not be in for dinner He had left word that Mrs Cable was Very much improved and that he and Miss Cable were going out for a long drive in a hansom It was his intention to dine with Mr and Miss Cable very in formallyBansemer sat in surly silence for a long time trying to read A fierce new Jealousy was growing In his heart It was gradually dawning upon him that the Cables had alienated his sons af factions to no small degree The fear grew upon him that Graydon ultimately would go over to them forgetting his father in the love for the girl Re sentment strong and savage flooded his heart He could eat no dinner Ho was full of curses for the fate which forced him to dine alone while his son was off rejoicing with people whom ho was beginning to hate with a fervor malIiceHo went out and bought the evening papers The thought came to him that Graydon had heard tho stories and was deliberately staying away from him Perhaps the Cables had been talking to himBy heaven he grated as he paused in front of his home Iif shes turned him against me Ill turn this city Into anything but a paradise for her What a fool Ive heen to wait so long Ivet given her the chance to tell her side of tho caso first Shes made the first impression What could I have beenl thinking of Droom was right I should have demanded less of her A 1 41 atartea eft swiftly trough rue nrgr toward the Cable home Ho had no especial object In view It was sImply Impossible for him to conquer the im pulse to be near his yon Like a thief ho lurked alxmt tho street In the vicin- Ity of Cables house standing In thr shadows crossing and recrossing the street many times always watching the lighted windows with hateful eyes It was after 8 oclock and tho night was damp with the first breath of spring There was a slight chill In the air but he did not feel it although ho was without an overcoat The lights pn the second floor ho know were in Mrs Cables room In his minds eye he could see Graydon there with the others listening to the story as it fell from prejudiced con demning lips the pathetic persuasive lips of a sick woman Ho knew the effect on the chivalrous nature of his son he could feel the coldness that took root In his boys heart A light mist began to blow In his face as he paced back and forth along the short block In which the Cables lived He was working his imagina tion up to a state bordering on frenzy In his fancy he could hear Graydon cursing him in the presence lot his ac cusers At the end of the street he could see the break in the sea wall where Cable and his wife had met and ho could not help wishing that Droom had not pulled her from the water Then he found himself wondering if they had told Jano the story of her origin The hope that she was still un deceived flashed through him it would give him a chance for sweet revenge He confessed to himself that he was reckless The transactions of the past few days had left him at the edge ot the abyss He recognized his peril but could not see beyond his own im pulsesI eye Ill do it he was mutter Ing to himself as he paused across the TO DB CONTINUED AN EPISODE OF WAR Tho Only Coward Evans Ever Saw In the Naval Service After Admiral Evans had been so grievously wounded in tho attack on Fort Fisher during the civil war he was picked up by a marine named Wastnouth and carried into comparative shelter Wasmouth wan killed a few minutes later Evans own ac count continues After Wasmouth was killed I soon fell asleep and when I awoko It was some time before I could recall my surroundings The tide bad come in and the hole In which I was lying was nearly full of water which had about covered mo and was trickling into my cars I could see a monitor firing and appar ently very near and the thought came to me that I could swim off to her if 1 only had a bit of plank or driftwood but this I could not get It was plain enough that I should soon be drowned like a rat In a holo unless I managed to get out somehow Dead and wound ed men were lying about in ghastly piles but no one to lend me a helping band By this time I could not use my legs in any way and when I dug my hands into the sides of my prison and tried to pull myself out the sandii gave way and left mo still lying in thecc water Finally I made a trong effort and rolled myself sideways out of the hole When I got out I saw a marine a I short distance away nicely covered by i a pile of sand and firing away deliber ately at the fort I called to him to pull me in behind his bar of sand but he declined on the ground that the fire was too sharp for him to expose him self I persuaded him with my re volver to change his mind and in two seconds he had me in a place of safe tythat is to say safe by a small margin I for when he fired the Confederate bullets would snip the sand within aIfew inches of our heads If the marine had known that my revolver was soaking wet and could not possibly beI fired I suppose I would have been burled the next morning as many oth er poor fellows were As soon as IIcould reach some cartridges from aIdead sailor lying near me I loaded my revolver thinking It might be useful before the job was finished When I was Jerked in behind this pile of sand I landed across the body of the only coward I ever saw in the naval service At first I was not con scious that there was a man under me so completely had he worked himself into the sand Ho was actually below the surface of the ground The moni tors were firing over us and as a shell came roaring by he pulled his knees up to his chin which hurt me as it jostled my broken legs I said HelloI Are you wounded No sir he replied I am afraid to move All right then I said keep quiet and dont hurt my I legs again The next shell that camo over he did the same thing nd the next notwithstanding my reped cau tions So I tapped him bet m the eyes with tho butt of my rev r and ho was quiet after that State of Ohio City of Toledo I l Luca County If SS Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is son or partner of the firm ot F Cheney Co doing Business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Cattarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot Halls Catarrh Jute FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence this 6th day ot December A D 1880 A W Gleason tSEAL1Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally ind acts on the blood and mucous surfacesI of tho system Send for testimonials freo dangeras prevents I I The brass nickel latest improved central draft Every lamp warranted If your dealer can STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated I If you the cost price of JM over tho period of years it is in service you will see that JM is cheaper to use any other prepared Being made of Asbestos an indestructible it is permanently durable as it not require any coating or painting its first cost is the only cost applied by anyone AsBESTOSIDE is Asbestos Sheathing and is tho most economical and easily applied known Ask for samples and prices H W 217231 Claybourn St Milwaukee WisI A Broken BackII That pain in your lumbago stiff musclei or a strain is an easy thing to get rid of Ballarde Snow Liniment cures rhcumat sm lum bago sore and stiff sprains cuts burns bruises scalds and all aches and pains You need a bottle in your house Sold by A R Fisher THE ACT OF DYING Reasons For Believing That It Is an Easy Matter The mere ultimate process of dying may be a relatively easy matter Any person who has been long 111 probably suffers more on any given day of his life than he will suffer In the act of departing from his body It is proba ble that a broken bone a delirious fever a disordered vital organ may cause more than the final struggle I have my doubts the last pang is as bad as it seems de clares Elizabeth Stuart In Jar pers Bazar We are told by surgeons that chloroformed patients may give apparent evidence of acute which they do not feel Death Itself Is often an anaesthetic so merciful that what people call living trouble is obviously a worse mattertI for who have never faint ed and never been anaesthetized in my life have twice become from serious causes unconscious for a short time and I have often wished that I could make over to some recoiling soul whoso namo has been heard ringing upon tho last roll call the unspeakablo comfort which that brief experience has given me There was no pang no terror no time no chance for either One seem ed to glide gently and swiftly down a warm abyss flower scented grass grown safe and beneficent into unut tcrablo content Ono melted Into peace One drifted into besldo which the deepest Joys of conscious ness are poor pale things If one In truth should evade the body such a moment death would stand chosen as the supreme delight of liv ing HIS THREE WIVES They Were All In One Picture but Did Not Stay There Allan Cunningham In his Lives of British Painters tells a story of Cop ley the father of Lord Chancellor Lyndhurst which reveals what a por painter endures the vanity and eccentricity of his sitters A certain man had himself his wife and seven children by Copley in a fnmllyplece It wants but one thing said tho man on seeing tho finished picture Turn the Wick as high as you can theres no low as you please theres no smell Thats because the smokeless smoke or smell 1 that means a steady flow of glowing heat for every ounce of fuel burned in a PERFECTIONOil Clipped wife Smekekss Device 1Brassr cheerincMyrv Steadybrilliantplated burner Lampwrite iti4itt10ofiWVlENERPES ASBESTOS ROOFING than roofing mineral and does Easily an durable siding JohnsManvilleCompanyI j muscles strains I anguish whether Phelps agonies t Instance ecstasy In trait from painted device average dead What can I do She must come In as an angel Oh no no angels for me She must come in as a woman The portrait was added but several months elapsed before the man again called at Copleys studio and wheR be did a strange lady held on to his arm I must have another sketch from your hand Copley said he An ac cident befell my second wife This lady Is my third and she has come to have her likeness included in the fami ly picture The painter introduced the likeness of wife No 3 and the man expressed himself satisfied with the portraits of his three spouses But the lady remonstrated Never was such a thing heard of Her predecessors must go The artist painted them out Then the man disputed the price Copley sued him and his son tho future Lord Lyndhurst signalized his call to the bar by gaining his fathers cause A Bad Dream It is not likely that any Englishii speaking people understand so keen and punctilious a devotion to the nice tics of language as that which charac terizes the French grammarians We may help ourselves to understand it perhaps by reading a story told of M Lamany One night he awoke and sprang out of bed with a wild cry His wife came running Ho was in alarm and de spairWhy what is the matter she gaspedI said the professor Oh I had a horrible a heartrending dreamWhat I was it I dreamed I was talking and I dls tlnctly heard myself utter a sentence which had a grammatical error In IU Couldnt Miss the Chance Ono scarcely looks for humor In an undertaker but that this like most rules has Its exceptions was proved recently in Scotland A tract distrib uter had affixed this text to a tree on the highroad It Is appointed to manII onto to die This was too good an opportunity to be missed by the local purveyor of coffins who promptly added the following announcement Funerals economically furnished by Blank Quick climate changes try strong Ili constitutions and cause among other rh evils nasal catarr a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snuff lug coughing and difficult breathing i and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throatall are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest remedy contains I no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases P a Vr i IN FASHIONS REALM Paris Has largerHats In Store For America ROSES THE BIGGEST EVER Neckwear Smart New York Women Are Wearing This Winter Dlroctolre Gown Has Been National Costume of Burma For Centuries Paris milliners say that American women have never seen the really large hat Well If we havent had anI opportunity of observing the genuine article the imitations vouchsafed us this season have done much toward making the amende honorable The modistes of gay Parse doubtless are merely waiting for a ship to be built A VELVET WALKING HAT large enough to accommodate their cargo Then picture to yourself tho scene when the custom officers first sight them Madam is this a new airship Curtain Seriously though the other day I wanted to hall a Fifth avenue bus but simply couldnt make the driver see me on account of a barricade of bats that made the crossing look like a par ticularly fine patch of extra large mushrooms Every woman in that crowd seemed to have affected as her piece of headgear one of tho huge new mushroom shapes swathed in folds of silk velvet or tulle held in placo with a buckle about the size of an old fash- Ioned door knocker Now youll be proposing me as a member of the Knockers club but really the big hats of the year are the limit Their only saving grace is flatness And the roses that trim some of these chapeaux Talk about nature fakers Why the manufacturers of the present artificial rose with its unheard of dimensions have the former miscreantsto bo very slangystung to death There Is a stunning hat called the Marie Louise an enormous round floppy affair that depends upon one of these roses with foliage of an unnatural pink color as Its only adornment It is a case of wheres the face when a woman dons one of these hats And her hair Yes Its nil there bolstered I AN AFTERNOON MODEL out with rats and curls galore but In eclipse The moon has come Into conjunction with VenusI Zip to date astronomy I lL The smartest women In town are wearing tho new neck ruffs admirably described by a friend of mine asIll little bit of anything or a mixture of all The fur neckbands mean visits 1later on to the throat specialists But c who cares for that If they have a le mode piece of fur they can convert Into one of these dressy accessories All that Is necessary to bring It up In 1 4 1a n nab of n n tho question Theatj thotbp and If ono desires It at tho bottom also la placed quilled ribbon chiffon or net matching the pelt The neckban- hooksI In the back under a huge bow of ribbon Very attractive too are the collars of black chiffon edged at th top with a line of ostrich feather band- Ing One could keep on writing endlesslyI about the neckwear but I reallymust tell you about a collar of ermine madeI by a clever girl who has more brain- than money This young lady had an I ermIne muff that had survived her in fantile days In a good state of preservation This pelt she determined to neckbllnds1I I i I ntIII I tho back and sloped down In front This modern collar though crossed In front In tiny laps like the velvet rib bon ono wears at ones neck The pat tern was laid on the skin side of the ermine and cut with a sharp razor allowing for a slight turning in Edg ing the collar all around was an Inch wide quilling of black satin ribbon and at the top extending a little be yond the black peeped a kilting of gold tissue and above this a quilling of creamy lace The effect was charm Ing and French to a degree and all for the price of the trimming and a little white satin used for the lining Doesnt this Idea suggest possibilities of other neckbands to you I reckon It wouldnt be up to date for a fashion scribe not to mention something in the dircctoire style But who said the dlroctolre gown was new Its about three centuries old and these figures nre conservative It recently came to light that Parlsiennes borrowed the sheath gown Idea from Burma where it has been the national costume for centuries One hears too that In the orient as In America the I sheath skirt opening at the side Is losing favor and the closed jupe Is coming Into popularity In fact the dlrcctolro gown Is being brought down to tho simplicity of the tailored frock At a matinee last Saturday a young society matron was wearing with her mauve crepe de chine gown a dlrcc tolro coat of black satin lined with violet ottoman silk The coat was cut up at the sides and OP J caught fascinating glimpses of the colored lin- Ing The sumo abode of mauve was repeated In the fez leers of the large black silk hat Tlls repetition of color In coat lining and hat is one of the new ideas of the IAI New York Now Plant Holder- A new shaped basket holding a pot containing ft growing flowering plant Art EFFECT HI BRONZE GREEN or a fern Is seen in the Illustration The basket Is colored a dull bronze green A well grown maidenhair fern of a very light green shade fitted in a basket of this description looks un commonly well on a breakfast table and Is so much more novel than the ordinary china flowerpot The color Ing of the basket being so artistic care should always be taken to have nice fresh green moss daintily placed- n the top of the basket These trifles add so much to the general effect Tools For Sewing Room No one can accomplish good results In any kind of work if she has not tho proper tools with which to work If the sewing room is furnished neatly and comfortably twice the amount of work canbe accomplished One of the absolute necessities for every sewing room Is a small kitchen table painted white Into the drawer may be put scissors chalk tape measures and ether small articles that are Indispensa ble in the sewing room This table can be used to lay the goods on while cutting out garments and it will be found a great help when it comes to basting seams and hems of skirts and other garments The sewing room should be furnish ed with a low chair for use when at the sowing machine as a high chair is most uncomfortable making one lean over and strain the back A large mirror also is necessary for when one Is fitting ones own clothes this will be found most convenient A great many steps will be saved If a roomy waste basket a dustpan and broom are also kept handy Care of tho Hands This Is the time of yearto commence taking care of the hands to make them less susceptible t6 chapping etc Each night before retiring rub Into the hands some cold cream lard will do as well to remove all the grime that may have accumulated during the day Remove the cream that has not been absorbed by the pores and wash tbor oughly with plenty of soap and water Then rub Into the bands all the glycer wnn 1 1 1 A LINGUISTIC ESCAPADE ShockeddIntellectual Boston In the original Impression of Long ieii LIwere found in the seventh I4ok ti i three lines ff flowing Straight Into the rlvor KwidPlunged ns If ho were 1 1 oust Dove as It he were a be vcr I pats I the proofreader without protest In on jI of those mystcrlos which hoer note been revealed But the form curt t made Its appearance and can stilll b found In copies of the poem whkh were regularly published and sold Boston never received such a rhwk since the days when Fenimore Cooper Insisted thai it was only in the middle states that the English language was spoken in Its purity But that Attack came from fu outsider Here the of fender was of her own household was In fact her favorite son What means of suppression were resorted to will probably never be disclosed A myste rious reticence has always been preserved in regard to this linguistic esca pade The biographers of Longfellow appear to be silent upon the subject Measures of some sort must however have been taken at once Dove was expunged and the decorous dived assumed its place and the whole trans action was so completely hushed up that no pulIc scandal was created Let him wuu possesses a copy of that first impression continue to cherish it Whatever may be Its worth now the time will come when It will reach the value of the virtuous woman of Scrip ture and its price will be far above rubies Professor Thomas R Louns bury In Harpers Magazine THE PALACE WAITED IA Suggestion That changed tho Plant of a Pope At a time when there was great suffering among the people from lack of food and when famine In Its worst form was threatened Pope Alexander VI had made arrangements for the erection of n magnificent palace The best architects had been employed and the plans had been submitted and ac cepted and an accomplished builder had been sent for to come from Venice a man whose work had won for him renown and who was known to be a just and upright man The builder had arrived and at an appointed time he waited upon his holiness to receive the plans and make his estimates There Is one thing yet to be done said the pope There has been no proper inscription or leg end thought of to be placed over the main entrance of the palace It should bo put above the great gate You have had experience Do you think of an Inscription that would be appropriate If your holiness would pardon me for the liberty I might suggest one most appropriate at this time You are pardoned In advance said the pope smiling Now what shall it beSovereign pontiff let It be thus Command that these stones be made broad The pope was visibly and deeply af fected He paid the builder munifi Gently for his expenses of coming and going and instead of building his pal ace ho fed the hungry ones of his children Poverty Has Its Advantages A man on the wane of life observes that poverty has advantages and ad versity Its uses If you are poor you can wear out your old clothes You arc excused from calls You are not troubled with many visitors Bores do not disturb you Spongers do not haunt your tables Brass bauds do not sere nade you No one thinks of presenting you with a testimonial No store keeper irritates you by asking you Is there anything I can do for you 7 Begging letter writers do not bother you Flatterers do not flatter you You are saved many debts and many a deception And lastly It you have a true friend In the world you are sure to know It In a short space of time by him not deserting you Huntsvllle Tex PostItem The Origin of a Miserable Joke Confucius had Just met William Penn at one of Cleopatras 5 oclock teas William Penn ho said William Penn Seems to me I have heard of you sir Yes said Penn with a pleased smile I am the man who was might ier than the sword Ab yesI said Confucius You are also the man who Invented sleep arc you not No said PennjI founded Phila delphiaOh yes said Confucius I knew It was something of that klndSuc cess Magazine The Important Item Ho Here Is a thrilling account of tho way In which that daring woman climbed to tho top of a mountain which Is five miles high Wonderful Isnt IIt She Yes What did she wear Cleveland Plain Dealer Well Bred Do you speak the truth 7 Not always Why not always I Note to be Impolite Nashville American Generous My husband Is the most unselfish of men exclaimed Mrs Tfoungwife I gave him a whole box of cigars and he only smoked one and gave all 1 i 1 A MEtfCHY Cr THE PAST The Uni That Cam With t IV d Scarf I ttua riaz tae Uta r d what one i x Lu Ivuu me IIsle u J ploUH rc In worUI twIJ the vllli deacon id lu go bat k a k- waysclout cL Into the lMettled Sau ta Ohms uvs but 1 retailed It It was a scarf 1 found In my stocking KOIjone I was a mighty proud boy that morning as 1 trudged downtown with that red scarf around my neck I wore It every lay until the birds be gnu to sing In the springtime and the kids wore Imutlng up their marbles- I dont non remember who gave It to me nor what became of It but I do know that the memory of it still clings like a beuedlstlou Since I days of that little red scarf I have bad things of far more Intrinsic value I have worn lodge emblems of high decree I have had a gold watch and chain I once had a pair of shoes that cost 5 and a neck tie that cost twice as much as tho lit tie red scarf Nay more I once tackled a plug hat But among these things do I recall none that gave me such genuine and unalloyed pleasure such a swelled up feeling as did that little red scarf way back In the days when the wolf sat out In the road and howled TIs the little red scarf days that stir tho memory with It might have been Osborn Kan Farmer PLAIN JOHN SMITH How His Name Changes In Various Parts of the World John Smithplain John SmithIs not very high sounding It does not sug gest aristocracy It is not tho name of any hero In die away novels and yet It Is good strong and honest Trans ferred to other languages It seems to climb the ladder of respectability Thus in Latin it Is Johannes Smlthus the Italian smooths it oft into Giovan ni Smithi the Spaniards render it Juan Smlthus the Dutchman adopts it as Hans Schmidt the French flatten It out into Jean Smeet and the Run sian sneezes and barks Jonloff Smit towskl When John Smith gets into tho tea trade in Canton he becomes Jovan Shimmlt if he clambers about Mount Hecla the Icelanders say he is Jahne Smlthaon If ho trades among the Tuscaroras he becomes Ton Qa Smittia in Poland ho is known as Ivan Schmlttlwclskl should he wan der among the Welsh mountains they talk of Jlbon Schmldd when he goes to Mexico he is booked as Jontll FSmlttl If of classic turn and he lin gers among Greek ruins he turns to Ion Smlkton and In Turkey he is utterly disguised as Yoe Sect Phreno logicall Journal Mystery of a Cookbook Somebody mentioned cookbooks- It takes a good deal to make me wonder said the publisher but I received a Jolt in the culinary line the other day that set me thinking In looking over the manuscript of a cook book that had been submitted for our approval 1 was struck by this intro duction to many of the recipes Good for boarding house table Now why that discrimination Isnt anything that is good enough for a boarding house table good enough for any other table and Isnt anything that Is good enough for any other ta ble good enough for a boarding house table Judging by the way those par ticular recipes read they may result In some rather tasty dishes Then why limit them to boarding houses New York Globe His Successor Shortly after the death of one of Englands greatest poets a devoted ad mirer of his visited the little West morland villages where the poet had lived and died to gaze reverently at his house the little church and at some of his favorite haunts where some of his immortal poems were com posedSeeing an old man u native of the village the stranger entered Into con versation with him remarking sadly on the death of the poet to which the old man answered kindly and encour aginglyAye aye still I niak na doobt but t wife 11 carry the bizness on Brief and Pithy An American law journal has quoted the charge to a jury delivered by a certain Judge Donovan as the shortest on record The judge said Gentlemen of the jury If you be- lIeve the plaintiff find a verdict for plaintiff and fix the amount If you believe the defendant find a verdict for defendant Follow the officer But an English periodical caps this brief charge by quoting a shorter one delivered by Commissioner Kerr He said to a jury That man says prisoner robbed him The prisoner says he didnt You set tle It Plagiarism At thevliterary club a sympathetic crowd surrounded the humorist whose house had been robbed They cleaned out everything said tho wan ever thlng but thank good ness they didnt swipe from my desk the manuscript column of jokes for next weeks paper Perhaps they knew suggested n sonneteer cynically that the Jokes had already been swiped Now Or leans TimesDemocratLiberality Little Jimmie who had just received For Sprains wSloans Liniment is the best remedy for sprains s and bruises It quiets the pain at once and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It is a powerful preparation and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and congestion I andreduces the swelling Sloans t Liniment gennkillerheals poisonfrom i PrIce 2Gc 50c and 100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass UsA Sloans book on bones cattle sheep Dud poultry soot tree One Trouble After Another I have just found out about the woman opposite me after two years of mystery and anxiety said the flat dweller She Is a pretty fat roily poly woman with a white complexion who sits at her window half of her time doing nothing She has a boy of about ten Her life seemed so simple and still I didnt see how she lived Evidently she didnt support a bus band but who supported her The thing worried me but last night 1 found how It was Her husband Is a violin player who plays all night long at some concert hall and sleeps thelivclou day Id rather work for my living than keep the house quiet for a hus band who has to sleep all day then gets up just at the time you want to go out for a little rollicking and ploys the violin somewhere New York Press Gathering Roses Ive gathered roses and the like In many glad and golden Junes but now ns down the world I hike my weary bands are filled with prunes Ive gath ered roses oer and oer and some were white and some were red but when I took them to the store the grocer wanted eggs Instead I gathered roses long ago in other days In other scenes and people said You ought to go and dig the weeds out of your beans A million roses bloomed and died a million more will die to day That man Is wise who lets them slide and gathers up the bales of hay Emporia Gazette Setting It Right In your paper this morning sir you called mo n bum actor I want an explanation I shall be happy to explain young man That word actor was inserted by the proofreader who thought I hall omitted it accidentally I shall take care that It doesnt happen again Chicago Tribune Mind Your Business If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of nil tho trouble you can and you can and will keepout of liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and Jaundice out of your system 25c at Severs drug store Sales 6000 A Year- A splendid business stand store house 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 brunch Here fis 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 r lV JSTYLISH COMFORTABLEI Tailor Made Clothes AH the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod Brute prices Expert tailors em ployed H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- tlARDlNSBURO KY Will practice Ms profession ID all of the Courts of BrockenrlURe and adjoining conn t er Speela attention lven to coloctlons road cues and criminal practice License to practice inUmtod Sut s DNuj Courts Ofllee over Hunk of Hurdlnsburi f 7e IF it is the surest find safest place you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT C LEWIS he knows how and docs as ho knows Ho Ims ono of the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddy at tho very lowest prices gold and silver can bo bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome youlandfgive you satisfaction T C Lewis iHome Jeweler Hardinsburgf Ky L li ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Clovoruort VintStites15 A III- fto i42 TnllyMalIund express Ion vesGJo irerport 1004 A M stops ut all way stations wrlves Louisville 1240 p in Train No 144 Dully fast mall loaves Ole verport 456 p moo stops at all way stations east of Clovorport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 u m Train No MM Dally Clovorport accomro Jatlon arrives Gloverport 810 U m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansville coacmmodatlon loaves Cloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansvillo 000 a m expressledvosHawosTlllo Lewlsport Macao Owonsboro stanloy Spottsvtllo steeds lJenderlon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train loavesOlo retport 11 00 P SL arrives EvanavlIIel A M St Louts 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson onlyqinnLoulsvllcars and free reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville Evansville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday loaves BordsvllloOOD TU rrvcs Irvington 040 InlTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvillo 330 pm arrives Irvington 530 p mTrain No 0 Sunday Only t FprdsvllIoT 00 a moo Irvington 935 a to WEST BOTJND fM TT akartr 4 i r 4 ff THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Sabsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rntoof 10 cents per lino- OBITDAKIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us giveWhen their old as well as tho new address EIGHT PAGES 1 4 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1908 Now for the Post Office Sure enough Bill did win Gaddios gono a gadding No moro Bills to play on A sigh of relief will go np this inoring from every true American heart 1 Business isi going to boom from now on Get on the band- wagonr and help it along Tho happy onus who over they bo this morning ought to sym pathizo with tho sorrowing Tho people who saved tho country yesterday wore not good Democrats or good Republicans but wore good American citizens No money or whiskoy or buying of votes in yesterdays olec tion Isnt this something to be proud of in old Breekenridgo Do the people rule i iRichardStitoe the younger and a chip off the old block has been promoted to Traveling Passenger Agent on tho Henderson Route Richard is a very deserving young railroad man and his lionds are all gladof his promotion It is all over Now lot us one and all tot right down to busi ness and talk bettor times and more prosperity Whether Taft or Bryan were all got to live and more do something Whoever wins is our President and it is our duty as good citizens and good Americans to Help him and aid him in being a good President e A young man from this county who is going to school at Lex ington said to tho News If I had had a good high schooll to have attended at home I could have completed my course hero in two years whereas it will take mo four years Hero is a practical demonstra tion of what good schools at home do for our boys who want to com plete their education away from home There ought to be a high school in every district in this county By the way wo want to call the attention of our readers to a splendid article along those lines if printed in this issue What wo want and need badly in this county aro more and bettor schools No better investment for your money than in good schools NOTICE TAX PAYERa Pay your Taxes Now and save paying the penalty A Postal Cardwill bring the Amount to You MILT MILLER S B Co The first to come will get tho choice of the many beautiful styles and patterns of my big stock of clothing of Suits Overcoats and Overcoats at all prices You will miss the chance of your lifo if you do not see my stock before buying your fall and winter Suit and Overcoat 1 MONROE REFRIGERATORCO SOLID PORCELAIN REFRIGERATORS PATENTEDI LOCKLAND CINCINNATI O M II Mr JnoD Babbage Olbverport Ky My Dear Mr Babbage I want to thank you for your very letter to my Secretary during my kindII A kind word from Home means a to the fellow w ois fighting lifesin other communities among strarVgers The fact that some one at Home is proud of the success and achievement of the boyfrom home is a constant stimulus towards better things t However successful I may be in life I shall always feel that The Breckenridge News has been avital factor int that success by its loyalty to those young men who thru stress of t world I IfactorI it reaches the people as no other or method can hope to do publicationII I wish you and the News and workof prosperity successful October 13th Yours very truly 0 I GEOF DEAN j t 4 LI i jj ijfn initial iniyl t MR OGLESBY WRITES About A S of E National Meeting at Milwaukee Society On Its Feet Again I am home from Milwaukee from at tending National A S of E Convention There was not the slightest Friction or discord and it looks now like national troubles are over The meet ing was well attended and delegates seemed in earnest aud to mean buisiness It seems now we are on our feet and the order will now go forward to complete success with a new set of officers chosen C 0 Drayton of 111 was elected President and S D Kump of Urice Sect There was an effort to rare Fees and dues but were left as now giving each Slate privilege of raising as they saw fit Now as to dues for this year will say to nil delinquents as have not been re ceiving paper regular Rstnit 110 to S B Itobertson Calhoon or to our County Sect Mr Miller which amount of dues goes to the paper as our locals are not meeting expenses I ask- each and every member to attend to this and send in immediately as we are very much in need ot funds at head quarters There is not a farmer Iu the County in nor out of order has not re ceived benefits and knows advantage of organzation and can easily send in small dnes and he also knows cannot carryon work at headquarters without money E B Oglesby Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky BIG CLOTHING SALE At Alexanders Irvington Ky Raincoats Suits 1to 20oo Ladies Cloaks Suits and SkirtsIf you are comtemplating getting a cloak skirt or suit it will pay you to see my line as- it is right uptodate in style and make and at prices that will please you and suit your purse Mens Ladies and Childrens UnderwearI have a full line of underwear at tho low est prices Ladies Vests worth 35c at 25c Mens heavy fleeced underwear Ladies and Childrens union suits all kinds and sizes 1 Barn Raising In Ttxas A farmer near Goliad had a novel ox perience A few years ngo hs built n small barn and in the construction used green willow posts at the corners and along the sides For some timenothing unusual was noticed but after n year he saw that where he lead laid the floor near the ground it was three feet above the soil He discovered that the willow posts instead of being dead were alive bad taken root and were growing In their upward Movement they lied carried the barn along Last spring the barn was on stilts nine fet high and he put in a new floor and surrounded the posts with siding thereby making a two story affair There is nnw a space of nine inch as between the floor and the ground and the owner expects to have a three story barn in the course of time Go lied Guard Building New Homes O B Mattingly returned from Gar field Monday whore he has been at work on a new dwelling for Hawkins Smith Ollie Lyons is building a neat cottage in Garfield on railroad UtijeII Jonas Lyons and Worland Carter Irvington have recently built fine new I barns on their places IAin Tiny words Baby what the trouble is but its complexion gets pasty if it gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and is cross and peevish you can be certain that it has worms Give it Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expels the worms and puts the baby in a healthy normal condition Sold by A R Fisher I WHAT GRANDMA AND GRANDPA SAY t I rMRJR PRINCE Good Health at SeventySeven Mrs S jT Edwards Union City Tenn writes under data of Nov 7 1001 tho following On tho 7th day of 3obrnary 05 If I live 1 will bo sovontysevon years of ago I onjoy tho best of health thanks to Poruna and have not had aspoil of sickness since Ibegan using itilvo or six yoars ago Iconsider it tho grandest medicine on earth and whenever I feel a little badly a fewdoses of Poruna put mo right- I can do as much work as I could forty years ago I think all old people who fowl tho effects of age should benefit their health by using Poruna Ill the Best Part of Ills Life Mr J K Prince R R 2 Oattaraugns N Y writes 1 am not very well satisfied with tho picture that I am sending you but when the roador looks at this picture if ho could only realize that tho original suffered for fortyflvo years the best of hits lifo until your kind advIce and prescription cured him ho would know from whonoe thoso wrinkles camo Next month I shall be sixtysix years old Nervous Prostration Mrs Martha Avery 28 Graham St Lcominstor Mass writes Four years ago I had nervous pros tration Iomplcycd several doctors Ono would say I hnd catarrh of tho stomach and bowels another nervous neap and another enlargement of tho liver My stomach was la a bad shape to Rare Roses The most roses one could ever bloomed in the yard utthe home of Mrs Poster Heyser last week They were the pink Brides maid Move To Town Mr and Mrs M v after living thirty years on their farm near town movd here lust week to make their home with Mr aiid Mrs Fred May They are welcome to Cloverport and it is hoped they will be happy in their new To Tile t am moving my entire stock of goods in to what is called the Oolze hall two doors above where I was located on Wall St I will have room to take care of you all I now offer my two store rooms for rent Julian H Brown i Mens Clothing I have the biggest line of clothing over brought to I the celebrated KirG c1otning the best in the Do not buy your Fall Suit uptil you see my line I also have a complete line of Childrons clothing raincoats and overcoats Shoes r Ihandle the Star Brand Shoes for men women and bargains on my 5c and tOe Counters IS TRUE They Say Peruna Is Good for Coughs Colds Bronchitis and Catarrh MRSMARTHA h 7J MRlIENRl MERZ Thoro was nothing which seemed to do mo much good I tried other remedies but did not gain any flesh untilI taking your Peruna which built mo right up I havo taken several bottles but havo not taken any now for about six weeks 1 seventythroeyears old mover expect to bo entirely well or young again ljut Iam thankful for what Pa runa has done for me Feels Ten Years Mr Henry Morz 1503 West Franklin St Evansville Ind writes When I first wroto to you I had bronchial trouble for four years and had tried several r doctors but they could do fno no good I had pain and rattling in tho cheat cough expectoration especially at nightI Poruna and can now say that I am well I feel ten years younger sinco using Pernna I recommend Peruna to all my friends for I was in bad condition I am an old soldier and am seventy seven years old People who Object Liquid Medicines Should Buy Pcruna Tablets beautiful imagine lineman domicile Public Irvington handle baum county children Seethe That AVERY commenced Younger entirely IA Renowntd Missionary Rev Father Maddox of St Louis will open a Mission at St Marys Catholic church situated between 1Jolly Station and Tar Fork on Sunday afternoon at 2 p m Nov 8 The Mission will continue for several days Everybody invited to be present at the first M well as the succeeding lectures He will speak on subjects of vital inter est to nil Father Knue the pastor extends fro everybody a hearty welcome Screened Lump Best screened lump coal from Hancock miues a better coal than the old Sloan coal furnished in car load lots on tract at Cloverport for l0 cents a bushel of eighty pounds G W Ntwman Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup not only heals irritation and allays inflam I mation thereby stopping the coUgh but it moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from the system Contains no opiates It is pleasant to take and children especial ly like the taste so nearly like the maple sugar Sold by all druggists Come early and get the choice of my big stock I Dress GoodsI All wool storm serge worth 125 at 100 Black Mohairs worth 100 at 65c All colors in broadcloth worth 5125ttit 100 And others too tiummerous to mention Hats Mens and boys hats and caps A complete line at the lowest price EDWARD F ALEXANDER IRVIN0TON KENTUCKY Ifc i I She Breckenridge News A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brane resulting from Catarrh anti drives s away aCold in theHead quibkly Kofltores tho Senses of Taste nnd Smell Full size LiquidOreamEly Brothers C6 Warren Struct New York WEDNESDAY NOV 4 190- 8r PERSONALAND LOCAL C D Hambleton was in town Mon day 11J W Isome went to Cnnnolton Monday Miss Milly Pate has returned from the countrySam Keith has returned from Eliza bethtownWilliam Bowmen left Louisville Sun r lIday for St Louis Miss Mamie DeHavon has returned from Louisville Mr and Mrs John Lawson spent Sunday in Waitrrian Anyone wishing their eyes tested freewill consult Sam Englander Miss Theodosia and Lbttie Mothoany expect to go Irvington Saturday T W Brown who furs been quite ill for some time is improving John Graham is hero to see his sister Miss Mayme Graham who is very fIL Forrest Conner of Owensboro has been the guest of Miss Fronnie Dean Mr and Mrs Weavar Tatum and children spent Sunday in Henderson Do not neglect you eyesight but con N suit your optician at the Pate House Dr Walker will be at Bewleyville Nov 11th and 12th to do dental work Miss Maggie Pate and Miss Barbra Nicholson spent last Sunday in Dukes Jack Moorman of Louisville was Ithe guest of Miss Anne Jarboe last weekMiss Ida White left last week for Memphis Tenn to visit Mrs Edwin r Bell Mrs Chas Skillman and Miss Evelyn Young returned from Louisville Monday I Miss Katherine Moorman of Louisville was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Sunday s Mrs Byrne Severs and son Hugh i Barrett have been visiting in Owens j boo Fred Brown is at home to spend a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs T W Brown Sirs Steve Hawley of Hawesville was the guest of Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer Sunday Miss Florence Eskridge who gotJ very badly injured at Hardinsburg is improving My and Mrs Shelby Pate will go to Mattpon Ill soon to rvisit Mr and Mrs Gid Mason Mrs Wm Minnett of Owensboro arrived Sunday night to see her sister Miss Mayme Graham WMrs Chits Satteffield and son i Charles have returned from a delight ful visit at Heron 111 t Are you subject to dizziness head aches or neuralgia Consult the optician at the Pate House Mr John Babbage was in Lexington Saturday and Sunday to see his son John D Babbage Jr Mrs Jeff Hambleton and little son of Louisville have been the guests of t Mrs Chas Lightfoot Scotts 1 Emulsionir I it1 C of Cod Liver Oil is the means tioflife and enjoyment of life to tf Jthousands men women and iichildren When appetite fails it restores fl it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When you lose flesh it brings the plumpness of health t When work is hard and duty iis heavy it makes life bright f Itis the thin edge ofthe wedge the thick end is food But 1 what is the use of food when you hate it and cant digest it i Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver i Oil is the food that makes you forget your stomach j 3M tWladvrit bsMker wltl Mme eftww ta which tt WMK Ywr address MIl i ssssdiF a Cqplstc wrrIOWIl 101Pwl Ito IlswY k- a d A a II Edward Thomas Proctor of Leitch field was the guest of Mr and Mrs Harry Newsom Sunday Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard of Hard insburg spent the week end with Dr and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot- Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Jess Moorman and Miss Emma Dee Moorman of Glendeane were the guests of Miss Ray Heyser last week Mrs James Cordrey drew the number that won the dinner Set that was chanced off by Mrs Mattie Collins Dr J C Bush Dentist will bo at Cloverport Mouday and Tuesday of each work except wtek follow It g4th Monday Mrs Bowne and daughter Mrs Phipp are expected this week from the Eat to visit Mr and Mrs Edward Bowne I Mrs W H Bowmer and Mrs Walte Sherman went to Louisville Friday Mrs ShermOn returned to Toledo 0 Saturday Mrs Fred Hawkins returned to her home at Stephensport yesterday after spending several d shcre with her parents Mrdnd Mrs Nathaniel Tucker D S Dowell lit and W B Dowell of Guston were guestsof Mr and Mrs J E Keith Saturday The visitors are olg friends of the News and their visit to the office was enjoyed by the staff Eyeglass comfort depends on three conditionsCareful selection of lenses by an oculist accurate grinding of lenses to the highest finish and accurate adjustment of the lenses to each eye The latter important condition we con sider this the mOlt difficult for the gen eral optician to attain on account of the distance between the eyes and the shape and size of the nose vary in each individual The ART of accurate fitting therefore becomes a scientific and me chanical combination and in this ART I offer you the greatest inducements Childrens spectacles should be frequently adjusted to their eyes as their rapid growth demands it This adjusting receives our careful attention For consultation free call on Sam Englander He will be at the Pate House from Nov 2nd to Nov 14 f WAKING GOOD Allen Pierce has just recently finished his mechanical course at the Henderson Route shoqs and is now a full fledged machinist 000 News came front Seeleyvillo Kollie Pallon a former Cloverport boy is doing well at that qlace and has a Rood job 000 Richard Stilus has been promoted to General Passenger agent of the Hender son Route His friends congratulate him upon his rapidity in climbing the ladder to success and he will keep on until lie gets to the very top in the rail road business- NENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug IS Sept 1 and Is October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 15- Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Allen C Murray Dead Word was received Sunday of the death of Allen C Murray which occured- at Portland Oregon last week The remains were buried in that city October 28 by fiionds of the deceased Mr Murray was a former Cloverport boy and was the youngest son of the late John Alien Murray He was a brother of Mrs Morris Beard and Mrs L Reeves of Hardinsburg and Mrs Geo Wolf of Louisville The news of Mr Murrays death caused deep grief among his Cloverport friends and boyhood associates Having a Large Trade Mrs James Cordrey was compelled to call in extra help in her trimming de partment last week Her business has been unusually large this season which is no doubt due to the excellent work of her trimmer Miss Ashley Mrs Cordrey has also increased her stock Which gives the people a better opportunity for selecting their hats Miss Ashley takes pleasure in showing you the new hair braids hair rate hair nets veils hat pins and other novelties just received from Cincinnati The Tobacco Situation John E Monarch reports fine progress in the pledging of tobacco He says that district will sign up to a man He wants all growers in the county out side the district to come in with them He says there ore quite a number of buyers who are anxious to bid on the holdings just as oil as samplesct19 be slows I- Ia =IF- n I I SOCIETY NOTES The imps the witches and the farie were very active in Cloverport society Halloween and the mysterious night was full of bewitching hours fore the young and the little ones o00k Mr and Mrs J Proctor Keith were host and hostess to a perfectly beauti ful supper Saturday night at their home in the East End Smiling Jacko lanterns illuminated the dining room with the assistance of a large candela brum which occupied the center of the table Many unique decorations were in evidence among them the hand made place cards On every one was the menu and a picture representing the characteristics of each guest Six elaborate courses were served and the entire meal was filled with enchantment The guests were Misses Ray Heyser Anne Jarboe Stella Weatherholt Cleona Weatherholt Pauline Moorman and Louise Babbage Messrs Lafe Behon C Brabandt Lawrence Murray and Mr and Mrs Ira Behen 000 David Owen Hall was the guest of honor at a most entertaining Hallo ween party given to a number of guests at the home of Mr and Mrs H L Stader Saturday afternoon A pro gram of amusements was carried out and everyminute of the time was one of exciting joy for those present Three large pumpkins woro filled with nuts and fruits betides ices and cakes wore served 000 Thursday afternoon Master Lenoard Weatherholt celebrated the fourth anniversary of his birthday by giving a party to a number of his friends and those of his brother Forrest Dryden Woatherholt The guests were enter tained by a game of blindfold in which the girls prize a brooch was won by Miss Edith Weisenbergor and James Skillman was the winner of a b6x of chocolates Dainty refreshments were served those present who were Eudaily Currie Monnie and Vera Moorman J T and Louise Lewis Racheal Lewis Forrest Gilliland Will Warren and Cora Mae Seaton Selby McCracken Billy and Eleanor Reid Edith and Waiter Weisenberger Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Hook Mary Pate and WiCk and Joe D Morrison 000 Miss Jane Lightfoot was given a party Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents Drand Mrs Forrest Lightfoot The occasion wasin honor of her eighth birthday and Halloween was celebra ted for the amusement of the guests fin old witch was conspicious in the dining room where the little girls were treated to delicious refreshments and had their fortunes told Those invited were Addie and Mary McGavock Lillian Polk Jensie Wills Martha and Emily Reid Ruby Haynes Hook Elizabeth Hook Lyda May English Mary Owen Oelze Jane Lightfoot and Louise Weatherholt 000 Mr and Mrs Allen Kingsburry gave a most sumptuous dinner at their home Thursday evening at 0 oclock The guests were Dr Simmons Mrs Dunn Mrs McCall Rev and Mrs Currie 000 The Girls Club will be entertained this afternoon ut the home of Miss Louise Babbage and all the guests are requested to arrive promptly at 3 oclock I 000 The Epworth League social committee entertains the members in the Methodist church parlors tomorrovevening 000 The Ladies Reading Club meets to morrow afternoon with Mrs W C Moorman 0002 Mr Wm Hoffious celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his birthday by giving a stag dinner at his home Fri day night The dinner was one of the largest and the best ever served to seven men in Gloverport The Rev Currie especially enjoyed the feast for he had all the chicken that he could possibly eat and the other guests were also complimented with their favorite dishes Plates were laid for Messrs Henry Lewis Fletcher Pauley John Neubauer Sam Furrow Tom Faith Rev Currie and the host If Money Could t Buy Sight How much money would you take for your eyes Many people are injuring their sense of sight by going without properlyfitted glasses I lit the pro per glasses to each patient and so add to their omfortA call will be amply repaid by your own satisfaction Feel free to consult Sam Englander about your eyesight He will be In Clo verport at the Pate House Nov 2nd to Nov 14 I rl + WrtsFO- R 1 + UEN1A furnIshed room In a rest convenient to business part ot town and depot Apply at the News oflee FOR SALESmall cottage known as the House Apply a I HrecklnrldK Dank Standard taR enable oil anG Fgasoline IJreekonrldtfr News Olllco FOR RENaTwo splendid rooms In the News building suitable for a small bust ness SALBScholitrshlp in Bowling Orooi1 Unlverslty Howling Green Iy Hruck onrldo News HEATER und cooker combined stove for News olllco FOR IA IE Twelve nice stock Ewes and BakeryIinrdlnsburg 1 proportyonl111III FOR SAU Ono Ftvo Your Old Mare Bud Yearlingcheap or trade one Spun of Aged Mules K T IIAUDIN Holt Iy NOTICE ColumbllTrustIirlekTilel dullyloffice of the saRi Columbia Trust Company In thepurposeofMjned estate of the said Miller Brick fc Tile Company Farm Wantedo Wish to liearnulckly from twho will sell liIRKCT TO Not particular farm of any about size In OWNRnII OWNERS only need willing to close their own deal w 1th III YICR without paying any mission to anyone I am no directIIaccept no commission 1 wish fleet my tirxiiHKts op BUYERS OWNERS so they can buy direct and siiva paying a fancy price to some HKIllt Write tiulikly Give price and lescription so I can please my many platolowest L DAR IrtINYiIIII 1iIkIJ sI Special This Week 15 20 AND 25 CENT ToothBrushes BrushesAt See Our Window Severs Drug CoI I A V G BABBAGEAt- torney nt Law and Notary Public Cloverport Kentucky Read this ad before you read any thing else in this paper and if you are In trouble over any matter I can pull you out all right The cost can be adjusted later Do you want a contract deed or any legal paper drawnj Then call at my office and dont bother the law yers over at Hardinsburg about it Do you want to borrow a little money sell or buy a good farm Do you want to rent a good farm or have you one to sell at a bargain Do you want Life Insurance in the best company in the worldthe 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 000 worth of bank stock in the Bank of Clover port If so I have it for sale Have you any notes or acconnts or debts of any character that you want collected or closed up by mort gage If so bring orsend them to me If you can not call to see me at my place of business in Cloverport drop me a line through the mail and I will give the matter immediate at tention Respectfully V G Babba- geYOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to Increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we cap supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior method in practical work under personal direction pf experts Our students are successful operators Positions abso lutely guaranteed graduates Full information in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELE6RAPHY Dept E Owensboro Ky Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST fHGe Over CLOVEHPORT Brecks4geliask KENTUCKY a oI u rM ArWMWll rrNi1AAlreAtMAYNMAhN After TheElectionRain- THEM I OESII are ready to Supply the Demand iIIVe will make your Feet glad if givenii i a chance to fit you I IIWe have the Wearing kind ==the kind I that last v Shoes for Father Mother Sister and Brother n BLACK or TANS I III a CLOVERPORT KY Cadick Milling Co Indianan IStr1 IFoII- II When in need fII Electrical Boiler Foundry Boat Work and lYlachineII Wo carrya full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints nnd Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Machine Co 4 You Can live like lords and have good home made bread and pits cnkjesand cookies equal to those that mother used to make if you will use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR There is no better Hour in the mardet As lour is a Jorge part of our living it is important that it he good and pure Try Cadicks Gold Dust Flour and you will be satisfied to keep on using it Grandview BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and- Undivided E Profits 22OOOOOa SafeSound and- Conservative f Small accounts receive the same carefulI attention as larger ones and we appre date your business and influence Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY Before and After Ta- kingShorthmnd i i i A young man was drawing 50 a month He took a course at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS A your later his salary was 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 inIcrease tho first year The second year ho was getting a month 4800 a year 54200 yearly INCREASE tho second year Got in now tight now You will bo well startedon your work when the Fall enrollment comes Bo graduated at the time when not many are graduating and have just so positionEnroll Clarks School of Business 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I MULES WANTED V We will be in the ff following places to buy weanling mules Irvington Friday Nov 6th Hardins burg Saturday Nov 7th r W R Z noORHAN SON Qlendeane Ky c i a- o l Selections i ICELAND AN OLD REPUBLIC Plucky Fight of a Wonderful People to f Maintain Independence Iceland which soon Is to become an Independent state In the united Danis exauIpIe oC the effect that climate and con dltlous have upon mankind During n thousand years Iceland a cold un- Inviting and all but sterile Island In the north Atlantic ocean has been an outpost of civilization and during much of that time Its inhabitants have 10d the rest of mankind in the march of progress toward an Ideal form of government It was the haven to Which the oppressed In Norway fied ten centuries ago Its barren shore offered a livelihood only to those wit energy and thrift who could wrest t 1It t trom the sea or the fringe of unpro ductlve acres between the coast and the snow capped mountains of the In terlor The mere struggle for existence and the necessity for thrift developed In the people traits that made them models the rest of mankiui Would have done well to copy during the middle ages The people of Iceland organized iia republic nearly 1000 years ago The adopted a constitution and wore goy erncd by chosen representatives when most 01 the world was being overrui fcy the armies of tyrants They had trial by Jury nearly 300 years befor the Magna Charta was granted to tho people of England They embraced Christianity more than 000 years ago and long before the European fore fathers of the most of us had ceased to pay homage to pagan gods With the dawn of Christianity they took up the art of writing and developed a wonderfully rich literature of eddas and sagas the undying glory of are markable people They cherished per sonal liberty and their freedom as a people Their laws relating to the duties and privileges of citizens the care of the poor and other problems ol self government were centuries In ad vance of the times and some of them have not been improved upon since The little republic was engulfed It the wars that involved the Northmet and after 300 years of success became dependency of Norway and later ol Denmark The people however new er lost those sterling qualities that had prompted their ancestors to establish n republic on the desolate Island Dur tng all the succeeding centuries when 41fe was an unceasing struggle the Icelanders never were quite subdued In spirit Denmark granted to the people of the island honre rule and now it is practically agreed to have Iceland become an independent state of tho kingdom of Denmark and Ice land the two countries to have ono king and one set of diplomatic repre sentatlve St Paul Pioneer Press New Slaughter Process In the slaughter house at Dunform line Scotland a now Instrument for tilling has been Introduced The weapon Is about n foot In length The barrel Is rUled and the muzzle shaped like the mouth of a bell anti angled in ordor to adapt Itself to the slope of a bullOcks head By unscrewing the opposite end from the muzzle the car trldge may lxI Inserted When Uw bullock has IKSIMI firmly drawn up tin operator places the bell end well up on the forohtmd an 1 with a sharp tap of n mallet all is over the beast gen erally falling down without n strug gle If the bullet has been properly placed Its path should be along the splnnl cord completely severing it If the Instrument has not been well placed drith is a little longer In en suing but lu any case there Is no pain to till animalI 1 Easy Confinement If you have cause to fear tie pains of childbirth remember that they arc due to weakness or dis ease of the womanly organs and that healthy women do not suffer like weak ones The specific medicinal veje table Ingredients of which that famous female medicine and woo manly tonic WINE OF i CAROUIWOMANS Is composed will build up the womanly organs to a healthy state and thus prevent needless suffer tag Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Scbubartb of Monu 1 1meatColo I bad such bearing dorru pains I didnt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me tf Somo months later I had a fine 12lb baby was sick only thirty + mlcstcs and did not even have F a doctorAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE statIng ago and describing aymp- tome to LadiN Ad11l8OT21 Dept The Chattanooga Medicine COJ Chattanooga Tenn E 31 41G t SLHPHSLT ROAD Governments Tests to Provide a Dustless Highway I NOVEL USE FOR MOLASSES i Waste Product of Sugar Refineries Utilized as Binder For a Candy Highway Near Newton Massoil Tried In Kansas Chicago Is to Lave a dustless road and Superintendent M J Doherty of the department of streets and the superintendents of all the park systems are awaiting the result of the experiment with Interest The road will be constructed of blast furnace slag combined with asphalt or tar by the office of public roads of the United States department of agrlcul ture It will be one of a number of experiments conducted by the depart ment In the effort to give tho nation dust proof thoroughfares Possibly tho road will be constructed In one of the I parksIare as satisfactory as conditions Indicate tho slagasphalt or slagtar roads will realize the hope of the scientists for both the utilization of byproducts and the attainment of a dustless road The road to be constructed In Chi cago under the supervision of Chief Engineer Vernon M Peirce will be of slag and asphalt It will be carefully observed during the trying months of winter If In the spring It has been established that this class of road remains firm does not rut sheds water and makes but little dust a vast step forward will have been taken In road buildingMore novel than this however the office of public roads has been prepar ing In the east to lay a stretch of what facetious writers are almost cer thin to label a candy road In all flights of fancy It Is probable that no body except n scientist would go so far aflold In research as to adopt mo lasses as a road building material but that Is exactly what has been done nOAD WITH SLAG FOUNDATION Assistant Chemist Prevost Hubbard of Director Pages scientific corps has been leveling a half mile stretch of road near Newton Mass for the lay Ing of the first molasses road This molasses is the almost useless byproduct of the great cane sugar refineries of the south and the beet sugar refineries of the west and south west It Is sickishly sweet nearly as black and as thick as tar and almost as powerful as a binder Having al ways been n waste product It can be bought at a lower price than coal tar and In greater quantities In labora tory experiments It behaved so well and hold out such promises for ideal roads that the practical test of a real road was decided upon Slag as tho useless byproduct of the blast furnaces nnd molasses as the useless byproduct of the sugar re i fineries a circular Issued by the office I of public roads says may In a few years revolutionize country road build Ing create a demand for more extend ed roads In the United States where those products are most easily to be had and add millions to the wealth ot the country by putting a cash value on hitherto waste material While experts are laboring with these experiments in the cast south and middle west another scientist also from the oftlce of public roads is engaged at Independence Kan In try Ing to devise a method of constructing oiled roads analogous to the methods which have produced the famous oiled roads of southern California lie is I mixing henry oils possessing pronounced asphaltic bases with natural soil and sand and compacting the preparation so formed with a tamping rollerThe oiled roads of California have saved millions of dollars to thO farm ers and fruit growers of that fertile state in the last few years by sup pressing the dust that formerly arose In blinding clouds with the passing of every vehicle Those dust clouds floating to adjacent fields and or chards depreciated the price of farm produce and lowered the values of real estate to a startling degree The sprinkling of oil was tried and the dust was held in check Then some of the roads wore plowed and the oil mixed with the earth and the mass firmly rolled to a properly crowned Surface Splendid results followed In most Instances Banks Make Donation For New Roads As a starter for a fund to construct a new road from Rock river bridge to the town hall In Drury township 111 three banks In Moline 111 have donated 1000 toward the fund of 20 000 which will be raised for tho ex penses of the road Each bank gave onethird of the amount It will mean a great deal to the city qf Moline as It will be a direct thoroughfare to the south end of the county The road will be a regulation state road and will allow ample room for any kind of vehi dies to pass FNrAR c i fI DO YOU GET UPIWITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news aspens is sue to know of the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nineteenth century discovered byDryears kidney blad rz der specialist and is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trouble and Brights Disease which is the worn form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but if have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need It has been In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur has proved so successful in case that a special arrangement hw been made by which all readers of this pac r who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle free by mall a book telling more about SwampRoot how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this genet oua offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Blng hamton N Y The made great after of nent and you tested chase relief and every sent also and regular fifty cent ad nome of BwampKoot 10 liar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mlstakcibut remember th name SwampHoot Dr lOIn ITS Fwonj toot and the address Blnehumtor N Y on Perv tcttjP- CONSTITUTION ISLAND History of Place Mrs Sage Gave to the Government Constitution Island which was recently presented to the government by Mrs Russell Sage to bo added to tho West Point reservation Is rich In Indian legend and historic memories It Is situated In the Hudson at a point whero the natural channel of the rIverI forms two right angles by a turn from south to east and back to south WestI Point lies to the northIA Revolutionary description In the West Point library states that the west and northwest sides of the Is land arc formed of bold and Inaccess ible precipices while on the east Is a large flag meadow partially drained by ditches recently cut through ItuAt present there are 280 acres In the IsIland Fifty of these are meadow and the remainder Is upland Nono of the many Islands dotting the Hudson Is more beautiful than this one and its rugged shores are admired by all who pass up or down the river Up to tho Revolution the island was known as Martclalres Rock island and also as Mnrttcrs Rock or Martyrs Cliff The first name was derived from the French family Martelaire who made it their home some time about 1720 Martyrs Cliff sprang from one of Its tragedies Later on when certain fortifications were erected on ls heights it became Constitution Island On Aug 20 1775 commissioners appointed by the Continental congress accompanied by n company of men and led by Colonel Bernard Romans an engineer reached the Island and began the erection of the first fortifications In tho highlands The work on the Island was not completed at this time Under the orders of Kos clusko the engineer later detailed to fortify West Point tho breastworks the remains of which are still to be traced were erected there Troops were garrisoned on the Island and several cannon mounted There too figured the celebrated iron chain placed In the channel to prevent the British from passing up the river to Albany and the upper country Ono end of the chain was attached to tho Island With the fortifications on Poo plopenslclll known as Forts Montgom cry and Clinton and the many other redoubts throws up Kosclusko made the point most formidable There are stories floating around among the Inhabitants of Orange and Putnam counties of visits to the island by Dr Franklin and the worthy Charles Carroll of Carrollton and of excursions there made by Washington and nfaycttc It Is said to have been n favorite spot with Benedict Arnold and his young wife The Island became the property In 1800 of Mss Anna Bartlett Warner and her sister the late Susan Warner better known under her pen name of Elizabeth Wetherell How Is Your Digestion Mrs Mary DowlinR of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute indigestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This greet tonic and and alterative medi cine invigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c at Severs drugstore Pumps Women declared she have big get intellects than men I wont dispute It responded he A man cant wear footgear that has to be kept on by mental power alone Kansas City Journal Hairbreadth StellaI suppose you have had many hairbreadth escapes KnlckerYes a womans coiffure was all that kept me from seeing a play onceHarperq Berar The amity that wisdom limits not folly may eailly uatie SbattMsxeart L J 1f I bl The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company II B F BEARD President- M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier I Pays 3 per cent on time Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay+ and as much as any bank can afford to pay L 5Ifr ttgi a IJ GUcYDEES SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER Made to tmlia New Hulnra A trial wilt- make you our permanent customer t Prize Collection U the mla8 but vane UM 1 10 vnrtlt1uln aU GUARANTEED TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Papor SEND 10 CENTS to eartr poitr nl picking and rude this valuable collection of Seeds pnitnald together with my big i Instructive nesnUruil Fendand Plant Hook tilt all sboat Uu fleet Ytrlitlei of seedy Plant tie J BuckboeIM1 UUCXBEE STREET H W i ROaMOnD1JL i Fireworks That Talk Fireworks which not only please the eye but are capable of producing pa triotic cries was the subject of a spe- cIal communication rend before the French Acadcniy of Sciences The In ventors of the system have been work jug on It for three years and they now ilalm that by the arrangement of dif ferent explosives they are able to pro duce both vowels and consonants They claim to have a railroad car tridge wblch cries Stop and a 14th of July set piece which cries Vive li Hepubllque Pbpular Mechanics Watched Fifteen Years For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boil ulcer or burn to which it was applied IIt has saved uswavy a doctor bill savi A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25c at Severs drag store FOOLED BOTH WAYS The Experience of a Visitor In a Lu I natic Asylum I was staying says n writer in tho Liverpool Mercury with an uncle who was on very friendly terms with a doctor who kept a private asylum and who occasionally gave n dance for the patients while also inviting some of his friends During my visit we received an In vitation and on the appointed evening we arrived to find the room crowded I with people all In evening dress My first partner was a man whom I thought looked decidedly queer such a restless hunted expression in his eyes and occasionally during the dance be stopped and glanced searchingly around Dear me how glad I was when tho dance was over and making some excuse I hurried away only to run up against my hostess and to bo introduced to my second lmnr- Ah me what a handsome man and girllike I fell bead over ears in love I put out my most bewitching ways and hoped I looked my best and took care that I helped him find a cozy corner for tho sitout It waS delightful and I was Just lamenting that It was about time for the next dance when horrors clutching hold of my band and frantically wav ing his other hand he started roaring out texts then suddenly to my relief and astonishment who should come up followed by two men but my first part I ner whom I found to be a doctor while my handsome partner was a religious maniac RAIN When It Does Fall It Pours Down In a Perfect Flood How different things are in tho old world from what they are in the far away tropics1 They had no rain here for a fort night and they called It n drought wrote an Australian from Scotland in a scornfully superior tone calculated to induce the belief that It never rains in Australia and that droughts last a hundred years Not so Australia Is the land of contrasts A drought has lasted for seven years But what is there even In Scotland to compare with the persistency of Australian rain when it does see fit to fall For eleven weeks without stopping did the rain continue to moisten tho dry places of Sydney some years ago washing out most cruelly the brief bright season of winter when the Aus trallan looks for living instead of ex- Istence and peace instead of pressure And what rain It shot from the clouds like arrows and the whole world was a battlefield during that July As the arrows darted into the earth tho earth roso and dashed Into the air and rain and mud met and grappled with each other day after day night after night voek after week And the battle was neither to the rain nor to the mud A strange and horrid situation arrived Sydney ran clean out of galoches For two weeks not a galocho was to bo had in the rain drenched city fpr IOTA or money Then a fresh shipload arrived front somewbera or other Afld thatrain Mail I r11 = tJ t A l I Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 Morris Eskridgo W S Dr Kincheloe Robertson Beard depositsnotmore safely managed ttwbrrvarietiestttntil2klnde aprlogeerlnrliumLas AUSTRALIAN itojsptdlLondon AmNri sIH W n BOWMEn President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT ViccVrcsldent CHAS BKILLUAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business and small solicited M The Carlsbad of America J i Lick and West Baden Springs Ind i Now by direct line of theII Southern Railway I j Leave Evansville 7 20 am 220 pmjj Rockport 715am 2 15 pm Cannelton 715 am 215 pm e Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm 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entire system and may lead to serious chronic disease Take Ballards Herbine and get abso lutely well The any and troubles of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by A P Fisher Her Superb Disdain But there young woman In box party at theater who took no part In noisy clatter and giggle With her gaze fixed upon stage she watched the progress of play indifferent to gayety around oxcopt that her delicate aristocratic finely chiseled features bore look of weariness nnd a scornful smile curled her lipsIlast however turned her head slowly and looked at other mem bers of party Then she spoke to elderly matron sitting her side That girl In bjoe kimono she said thinks shell the whole custard Chicago Trlbuae I v- i1 t- vwtysr0v h w4sn A DIRECTORS Beard M C B F great French To 20 2 56 2 76I 264It 248 J be lThe most centrally located only firstclass hotel In the city Jmaklnf a 200 Only one block from principal principal trlctand theatres blocks tromII Street thedoof to all I ot the I 7 r r 7 r of to talk In can In of great of solicit can a sure cure for all was one tho tho the the the the her a At she the tho the by the l4 G D A V and rate tbe two the cars pass part tl i T D WEBB Treasurer I W HUNTER JrII Irish Forestry Wo know this Is a utilitarian world or It Imagines It Is and beauty is of I no account to the spirit of the new generations to whom a bank account Is of more Importance than a soul But even In this It Is not wise Even In its own base utilitarian heart it has com mltted an Inexcusable folly In the de structlon pf the forests In Ireland Irish Homestead A woman may not beloglcal when she undertakes to argue bat If she Is only pretty enough that doesnt make any earthly difference Somerville 1 Tournal I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGSY WITH Dr Kings e h t New Discovery IIIOR GS Br8PRIOEI 1kI i MfIALCTHAOATAN LUNBTROVBLE1 OUAZANTUD SITIStA1rO- BoaOXJJaDI1D C- tl riuic n- n 1 IlHrSINL WILLS itus Desires Have Actuated Many Testators The dryness oftbe law is sometimes llevlnted by the freaks and whims hat appear lu wills Some persons have used their wills s means of paying oft old scores In 770 Stephan Swain of the parish oft Olaves Loudon left John Abbott nd Mary his wife 0 shillings each or a halter for fear the sheriff should iot be provided In17tJ3 Philip thickness willed that his right hand e cut off and sent to his son In hopes X1 such a sight may remind him of y to God after lhaving so long I r1 the duty he owed to a father 1 r yUonatcly loved him lonel Nash got even The raving the bell ring 50 a year on condl Qflc the bells of said srsary of his mar with doleful no HARDINS to 8 p m and The folio of his death to moned toa r the same space next rrRulPPPy release from ShOW otid wretchedness 1620I t t hnt an old valise stat each tamed something that prefhlm to drink When tho wdpened it was found to con red herring Aflonajly a testator exhibits an gTnal idea as to the disposition of his body Sleur Benolt whose will was probated In Paris In 1877 ordered that ho bo burled In his old trunk to save the expense of a coffin Ho added that he was attached to the trunk it having gone around the world with him three times New York Post Honor What they call honor is a mighty cnrious thing observed Uncle Jerry Peebles I know a man who would cheerfully starve himself to pay a gamblin debt and he still owes the preacher that married him twenty seven years ago Chicago Tribune Art In the Soup The artists wife leaned over and looked at her husbands soup after she bad banded it to him Oh she cried look at the scroll the tat has made In your soup Isnt Jt artistic Dont eat It It is so beau tiful Forced Economy Poor Tom It cost him a terrible lot to give up his sweetheart Then why did he Because it would have cost him a great deal more If he hadnt London Tatler You have only got to owe a man mou ey to appreciate what a small place the world Is Lloyds Weekly TeacherWhat is tautology Boy Repetition Teacher Give me an example Boy We are going to have sheeps head tomorrow for dinner and my sister Elsies young man Is coming to dinner also- TcmClwrGo un top London Fun lAMA I How many American women inII lonely homes today long for blessing to come into their lives and to be able to utter these words but ibegauso of some organic derange awnt this happiness is denied them Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternity is accomplished by the use of LYDIAPINKHAMS COMPOUNDiI i Mrs Maggie Gilmer of West Union Saywrites to Mrs Pinkham rt I wad greatly rundown in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex when Lydia E Pfnkham Vegetable Compound was recommended to me It not only restored me to perfect health ImttQ nfy delight I am a mother J3ardstownXlwas a very female troubles and myphysician failed to help me Lydia E Pmkhams Vege table Compound not only restored me toperfect health but I am now aproud i mother I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the ndard remedy for female ills has pqsitively cured thousands ol- Ii en who have been troubled with lacements inflammation ulcora ttn fibroid tumors irregularities riodio pains backache that bearing ilown feeling flatulency indf os tfonj dizziness or nervous prostration ony dont you try it j Pinkham invites all sick Woman to write her for advice tobtiwltC tn ACT QUICKLY Delay Has Been Dangerous In Cloverport Do the right thing at the righttime Act quickly In times of danger Backache is kidney danger Doans Kidney Pills act quickly Cure all distressing dangerous kid ney ills Plenty of evidence to prove this Henry S Seng living two miles west of Elizabethtown Ky says I have suffered severely from kidney trouble for the last four or fiveyears At times the pains would be so severe after a restless night that I was hardly able toI get around If I sat in a chair for straighItenthis backache was an annoying condition of the kidneys When I Saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised I procured a box I started to take them strictly according to directions and they quick ly cured the attack During the last few yerrs when I felt a recurrence again resorted to Doans Kidney Pills and the results were just as satisfactory as in the first instance Mrs Seng has also used them with good results and we both think there is nothing for kid ney trouble like Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Deans and take no other SILENT CRANES A Nature Story by One of the Mount Taurus Climbers The mountaineer glanced compla i cently at his hard calves We climbers be said up there on the white heights see lots of things worth seeing I tell you we could If we wanted to outdo the nature fakirs without deviating from the truth For Instance take the Mount Taurus cranes Do you know the cranes of Mount Taurus Well these birds aro great chatter ers They chatter chatter chatter as they fly Hinged If theyre not worse than women Up on the heights the eagles lie In wait for them hidden be hind crags or llee blocks They dont have to show themselves at all Their cars not their eyes tell them of the cranes approach and swooping down on those bundles of feathers and noise they take home a mess of crane for dinnerWith their chatter and babble and gossip the cranes of Mount Taurus give themselves away In that still air to the eagles and in all eagle house holds crane Is the staple dish But the old cranes fly without a soundnever a word out of them as they sail and wheel In the blue air That seems against nature and it is against nature The old cranes to restrain their Innate love of talk fly with large stones In their mouths Shoot one of these crafty and silent birds and you will find his beak tight ly closed upon a largo stoneEx change His Plan Was Simple Frederick the Great once requested his generals to submit to him plans of campaign for a supposititious case Hans Joachim von Zlethen the famous cavalry general produced a queer dla gram In black ink It represented a big blot In the center Intersected by two black lines whose four terminals ended each in n smaller blot The king was furious and upbraided his old com rade In arms bitterly for what he con sidered disrespect- In explanation Von Zlethen said Why your majesty I am the large blot in the ceuter The enemy Is any one of the four smaller blots He can march upon me from the right or left from the front or rear If be does I simply advance upon any of the four lines and lick him where I find him Frederick was satisfied Statistics- In all probability tHe first administra tive act of the first regular government was to number Its fighting men and to ascertain as nearly as was possible what amount of taxation could bo llevied on the rest of the community As human society grew more highly organized there can be no doubt that a very considerable body of official stat tistics must have come into existence We know that such was the case In Greece Rome and Egypt but It was not until within the last two or three centuries that systematic use of the In formation available began for purposes of Investigation rather than mere ad ministration New York American Businesslike England Tho English are not a revengeful people They forget everything after a fight in their eagerness to trade with their late enemy It Is not so much the spirit of forgiveness of sins which puslriugtradetheir being Dublin Irish Homestead Whore He Was Slow Alexander the Great conquered the entire world It Yes answered Mr Dustin Star He conquered It but some of us moderns could have shown him a thing or two about making It pay dividends Washington Star A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy mop is an Unhappy slave Burdock flood Bitters builds up sound health keeps you well v u I IT e Zotwots the Childrens Friends I From Uncle Remius Tha Home Magazine for October A WARNING TO MADJKY MINISTERS Verse and Picture by R J Dean CONCERNING TilE ZOTWOTS The Zotwots are an amIable people living near roundabout which It the capital of Everywhere They fill a longfelt want For years the boozerman and luch fearful things have been used by grownups to frighten naughty children In the Zotwots the children hare something with which to frighten the naughty grownups Hereafter when the Zotwots are mentioned we ex pect those who are annoyed by childish pranks to lice from the harmleu yet sufficient wrath of the Zotwots And the Jayfowl you will always find on hand l the terlous earnest yet soulfu- lJayfowlthe pet of the Zotwots Seven Years Of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and c lds and for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds Ingrippo asthma hay fever bronchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the develop mentof pneumonia Sold under guarantee a Severs drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free A MICROSCOPE How ft Opens Up the Wonders of thfc World of Nature It you want to keep your boy out of mischief gfvq him a microscope uot one of the elaborate intricate expen sive affairs that the bacteriologists use when hunting for germs but a com mon one with two or three lenses that revolve on a pivot and fold Into a cover which protects them from in jury when carried In the pocket There is no better way of interesting the boy in the wonders of the natural world than this simple contrivance which opens to his eyes visions of a universe of which he knew nothing Seen through the microscope the most Insignificant flower becomes a thing of wonderful beauty The Interior of a nasturtium Is a fairy cavern showing a dozen different tints and hues of color with dainty white stalactites and stalagmites almost touching each oth er midway between floor and root He will find monsters too for the head of an ant seen through a micro scope is a terrible object and bo can not help thinking what an awful as pect such a creature would present if it were as big as a horse He has heard about the creatures that are to be found In water from a stagnant pool Ho will find them for himself and show them to other boys and all his crowd will become Interested and bring In things to look at and wonder about Ho may not develop Into a Dar win but It he has any faculty of observation at all It will be sharpened by what he sees and he will learn that there is more in nature than what wo discern pn the surfaceSt Louis GlobeDemocrat DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled in cases of weak back back ache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic Paine and all urinary dis orders They ate antiseptic and act promptly Every case of kidney or bladder trouble should be attended to at once and the aches in the back rheu matic pains urinAry disorders etc are warning signs Dont delay for delays aro dangerous Got DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Regular size sOc Sold by nil druggists A Preacher quite florid Whose sermons were torrid Saidchildren disturbed him in church The Zotwots with a grareIBlinged him snook through the air And garangued that minister manIWith his very own talk Till he plightcncd like chalk And clackcrcd with many a blurch P S forgetTheFor the Jayfowl Is the Zotwots pet And the Zotwots know It too The Candle Wick When the old fashioned dips were in common use great annoyance was caused by the burnt wick standing up right as the fat disappeared making a smoky flame which necessitated a con stant use of the snuffers This trouble is avoided In the modern candle by the simple expedient of plaiting one side of the wick a little stiffer than the other When It Is left free owing to the wax having burnt away It natu rally bends over to one side Now at the extreme edge of the flame the gaseous products of tho candle are mixed with excess of oxygen from the air which attacks the solid substances In the wick and speedily changes them Into oxides This always keeps the wick the right length Her Adored One FatherYou cant have him Daugh ter Ob papa you once said you could deny me nothing FatherWell he comes as near being nothing as any thing I know of Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ontment It cured me permanently ItHon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala u n Statement pf Condition of The Two States Bank Stephensport Ky at the Close of Business Juno 30 1908 Resources Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safeeo eo 8744 81 Cash in other Banks 4962 74 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 5- 3Tdtal9O323 72 Liabilities Capital Stock15000 00 Surplus Undivided 3195 45 have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous business We have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid ing lor our depositors every safeguard to their protection and security funds are guarded by a modern burglary and fire proof safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by either burglary or robbery We pay 4 per cent iuterest on time deposits which is more than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays We believe in paying our all we can for the use of their The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated that it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take this opportunity to thank our whose patronage to make this the and best statement in our five years of RespectfullyJNO ADAIR Cashier c Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I If you do you may find what you in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you wantjit and let us introduce you to the 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 aIf you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno Babbaae Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Hunts for f5 per month C1 750 155 acros on Uardlnsburg and1 f lulls Of sinklnjr road 2 miles tram Sample Improvements dwohing and a Rood big 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 for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments 3 ncn 352 acres on llardlnsburg and- y Mulls of SlnklDR road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two cnnstory dwellings three hIlt barnes bug house uud blacksmith stiop all necessary out houus 130 acres under and pasture 2acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onothlrd cash and good easy terms on balance CAfifl7S acres situated 1H miles 3 Holt Joins Gabu Pierce Ridge laud In good shape good fouctug one good dwel UUK House S rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x48 feet 1 neverfalling sprliyr two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn lund SO acres in timber white oak sugar trot and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road t Stephensport miles and good road to Hoi 1M wiles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In good IIx Just tlw fiirin for a man with a small family Fund 777 18 Profits 09 Amount Due Deposi tors 71351 Total 90323 72 We known Our patrons money customers has helped largest business just need D cultivation from 800 163 acres C miles from Clovorporfc onOloverportprovemonts0 room dwelling barn 23x36 feetand other out buildings 12 acres In orchard acresInbalance In state of good cultivation Two GoodUmestonewheat Well located for market Onethirdcash balance on easv terms FOR SALEA farm contalning50acres and fivQl5u store room over It two good stock barns poachtreesall kinds of small fruits Including u nlco vinyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleariyl balance In woods lz5 acre In grass seVIlAI groves of black locust sufficient for pots tc wire the whole farm In It lies near Kkroc uclongFOR SALE A splendid stand physician In a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just stepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling for further particulars address JNO U BAUBAGE Clover putt Kv A Christmas Suggestion The Best Christmas Present that can be given a friend or relative is their home paper Allow us to suggest that a years subscription to the news be placed on your gift memoran dum for Christmas We have one subscriber who gives five subscriptions to the News every year Do not forget this Christmas idea when making your gift list John D Babbage k T Ila i DUKES- Mr and Mrs Will Clark returned to their home at Philpot after a visit toher parents Mr and Mrs J H Eashnm Steve Powers was in Owcnsboro last week Mr and Mrs Charlie Campbell children Lila and Eddie spent andI and Sunday with Chas Gillmore at ville Miss Emma Clark and Kirtley Kin i enid of Patesville attended church here Sunday and were the guests of Mist Flora Newbury Mr and Mrs Warner Basham of Utica McLean County visited relatives here last week Misses Chloe Peyton Tula and ElsieI Lamb Messrs Ernest Kincaid andI Oliver Flowers of Patesville attended the debate at the Schoolbouse Thure day night M C Reardon spent Thursday with relatives near Pellville Singing has been suspended at the ChurchEugene Basham and Virgil Ray attended prayer meeting at Patesville Wednesday night A Hairs Breath Escape Do you know that every time you have a cough or cold and let it run on thinking it will just cure itself you are inviting pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary trouble Dont risk it Put vour lungs back in perfect health and stop that cough wKh Bal lards Horehound Syrup Price 26c SOc and 100 per bottle Sold by A R Fishe- rIIARNED Mist Nanaie Board of Garfield was the guest of relatives here Saturday Mrs BH Pile and Mrs Wm Payne went to Garfield Thursday shopping Mrs Lucy Hay and Mrs RUm Grayer the guests of Mrs S B Basham WednesdayA party was given to Rev and Mrs J Duggins Thursday They received a number of nice presents Mr and Mrs M H Butler and little daughter Bdith of We t View spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs J W GrayQuite R number of our voung people attended the Musical and social given by bliss Nauuie Beaucbtmip Thursday evening Miss Cova Matthews went to Hard me burg Weduesday afternoon Mrs Elizabeth Beatty went to Har dirwbure Monday shopping Misses Nannie Beauchamp and Pinkie Tucker and MeAn G W Butler and B B Payne attended church at- GermantonnWedneedey night Our school is progressing nicely Mrs Joe Matthews and Miss Essie Matthews of West View were in town Thursday Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty weut to Garfield Saturday shoj plug Mr Fred Mat thews of Victoria spent Monday night the guest of his uncle Mr J M Beatty and family WAS DELIRIOUS WITH CIEMA On Chest Back and HeadPain o Heat and Tingling Were Excru ciatingNerves in Exhausted Condition Sleep Badly Broken CURE BY CUTICURA SEEMED LIKE MAGIC Words cannot express the gratitude r fool for what Cuticura Remedies havo done for my daugh ter Adelaide She is fifteen years of ago and had never had anything tho matter with hoc skin until four months ago when an eruption broke out on her chest- JI10 first symptom vraa a redness and thenfollowed thicken I 6 ing and blisters which would break and run matter J took her to a doctor end ho pronounced it to be eczema of a J very bad form Ho treated her but lI13tcnd of being checked the wsell80 spread It showed itself on her bask and then quickly spread upwards until tho wholo of her head woe affected and all her hair had to bo cut off The pain i ahe suffered was excruciating and what with that and tho heat and tingling her lifo was almost unbearable She became run down in health and at t times was very feverish languid and j drowsy and occasionally site was de I 1J lirious Her nerves Wero In such a low state that sho could not bear to bo left alone In Bf ito of the cold weather she would insist on having her bedroom and would lean out on the windowsill Sho did not have a hours sloop for many nights t roper doctor wo tried afforded i her just as liltlo relief as the first and I really do not know what we should hive dono if wo had not rood how I Gdtlcura cured n similar trio I purchased Cuticura Soap Cuticura Oint mont and Cuticura Pills and before the Ointment was threoquartera if I t1 finished every trace of the disease was r no It really seemed like magic +I ITierk t tstillapply tho Cuticura Ointment as I li find It increases thogrovth wonder s flly Mrs T W Hyde 1 Ongar r r Place Brcntwood Essex England Mar 8 lJ07 f25ci to C1ea nee the Skin Cutl Cuticura SoaplIJ i curs Ointment bee to Heal Uio Skin and Cut CurB Jt olvent booi or In the form of Choeolato Mood iL lid tcd throughout PnlIL 25cpernlatoteetOParirythe the world Potter Drug Chem oro Hole lrops Boston Mass II nariiaiiea troo cuUcumpwkCD Skin Diseases ff 1 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Together With Claims Allowed At October Term 0 IIBreckenridge Fiscal Court 1908 At a Fiscal Court began and held in and for Breckenridge County Ky at the Court House in Hardinsburg on October Oth 1908 Present H DeHaven Moorman pre siding Judge of the Breckenridge County Court and the following justices of the Peace towit John ORell ly T M Bates H G Vessells Chas H Drury J T McCamish and Frank Rupert being all the justices in com missionIt ordered by the court that the following claims be and they are hereby allowed C D Payne measuring abutments Tarfork Bridge S 500 W E Board for use and ben tilt of P Sheeran Bro Co delivering ballot books for November election 1007 1000 Dr W A Strother claim foJ 475 medical attention to Lawson rejected It is ordered that Mrs Amanda Sc6ttbe exonerated from paying taxes on 475 property erroneously assessed and that the same be certified to the auditor for adjustment- G W Ray exonerated from paying poll tax to the amount of 100 for the year of 1008 and that the sheriff have credit for same in his settlement Came town of Stephensport and presented a claim for 8 for house to hold election and registration for the year 100607 which was rejected- It is ordered that G W Beard be and he is hereby exempted from pay ing railroad tax to the amount of0I on property erroneously assessed and that the sheriff have credit for same In his settlement with the railroad tax district Came Allen R Adkisson and filed a claim in the case of the commonwealth against Clark for transcript of evidence amounting to 12080 and said claim was referred to the county attorney for investigation and advice to the court and he will report to morrow John P Morton Co claim for Fiscal Court Order book 12 express charges 40c S 1240 T L Smith C Bro work on court house roof and road tools 335 E H Jolly team for deliver ing ballot books for local option election two and one half days 750I It is ordered that G B Cunningham I be and he is hereby exonerated fromt paying on 0100 which is bank stock er roneously assessed and that the same be certified to the auditor for adjustment and that the sheriff have credit for same in his settlement Milt Miller and others on petitionl for bridge across Shot Pouch creek near the Falls of Sinking Creek peti tion read and ordered flied and JubalI Hook Jr James Durham and John Alexander appointed commissioners to investigate the necessity for such bridge and its probable cost and make report on same together with any ad ditional information that they may see proper to give at the next April term of this court Ordered by the court that the fol lowing claims be and they are hereby allowed P P Robards county tax on 425I worth ofproperty erroneously assessed 180I I Roy E Moorman ballots and supplies for local option election at Cloverport 915 21 bal lot books and samples 42 21 sets envelopes 1470 one dozentt nk pads 1 one hundred instruction cards 5 duplicate re turns 2 oaths to voters 225 sealing 75c stencils 45c tally sheets 70c publishing official 1 proceedings andclaims in News and Democrat 271 inches at 50 J cents per inch 13550 100 cards f 4 keep off the grass 175 85 ballot books school trustees elec 1 tion at 75c each 6375 250 post cards and 500 slips order Jr H Pile 10 official proceedings and claims at special term in News and Democrat 63 inches at 50c per inch 3150 instruction to voters in school trustees election J H Pile order 2 31850 Moorman Ditto delivering ballots school election 800 Bobt Moorman services as bridge engineer Eveleigh and Tar Fork bridge 000 John Jennings special bridge commissioner Tar Fork bridge 0 days said Jennings being at the same time assistant road supervisor only claims 0 days while he was there many more days Chas W Bohler special bridge commissioner 28 days at 3 per day r I Jesse Walls delivering ballots school election 800 James E Hughes extra binding on record books 400 D N Howard one day as bridge commissioner 3 I I rr G F Carter repairing type writer 185 Came W F Hook who after being duly sworn produced to court a certi fiedlist of election officers together with amount due them including mil age and the court being advised ordered said claims allowed towitIH A Solbrlg judge loal op tion election Cloverport 10 miles 280 L V Chapin sheriff local op tion election Cloverport 10 j miles 280 W H Bowmer judge local op tion election Cloverport 200I Ed Gregory clerk local option election Cloverport 200 H L Stader judge local op tion election Oloverport 10 miles f 280I George Weatherholt sherltljj local option election Clover- port 10 miles 280 Price Graham judge local op tion election Cloverport 200 A H Murry clerk local option j election Cloverport 200 J W Weatherholt judge lo cal option election Clbverport 10 miles 280 H H Newton sheriff local j option election Cloverport 10 miles 280 H H Weatherholt judge lo cal option election Cloverport 200 R0 Perkins dark local option j election Cloverport 200 G D Brown judge local op tion election county unit 200 W A Downs judge local op tion election county unit 200 John W Miller sheriff local option election county unit 200 J C Lewis clerk local option election county unit 200I G D Shellman judge local j option election county upit 200 W D Smith judge local option election county unit 200 C L Bruingtori sheriff local option election county unit 200 III- IlI H Norton clerk local op tion election county unit 200 C F Black judge local option election county unit 200 Tzaddle Allen judge local op tion election county unit 200 Hubert DeJarnette clerk local option election county unit 200 K Harman sheriff local option election county unit 200 Jas W Hendrick judge local option election county unit 200 Thomas Miller sheriff local option election county unit 200 Wm Ahl clerk local option election county unit 200 Thomas Hook judge local option election county unit 200 H A Solbrig judge local option election county unit 10 miles 280 L V Chapin sheriff local option election county unit 10 miles 280 W H Bowmer judge local option election county unit 200 Ed Gregory clerk local option election county unit 200 H L Stader judge local option election county unit 10 miles 280 Geo T Weatherholt sheriff local option election county unit 10 miles 280 Price Graham judge local option election county unit 200 A H Murray clerk local op tion election county unit 200 W L McCrackin judge local option election county unit 10 miles 280 H H Newton sheriff local op tion election county unit 10 miles 280 H A Oelze judge local option election county unit 200 Thos W Lewis clerk local op tion election county unit 200 W N Pate judge localoption election county unit 10 miles 280 J B Jackson sheriff local op tion election county unit 10 miles 280 J E Perkins judge local op tion election county unit 200 T M Bates clerk Ipcal option election county unit 200 R A Smith judge local option election county unit 10 miles 280Ii Samuel Gilbert sheriff local option election county unit lOmiles 280 G P Maysey judge local op tion election county unit 200 Andrew Crawford clerk local 0option election county unit 200I S W Bassett judge local op tion election county unit 15 omiles v 320 J M Robbins sheriff local op tion election county unit 15Imilea ilea 320I J B Severs judge local option election county unit 200 H E Frymire clerk local option election county unity 20Q a S I r Wood = to= Burn AND BURNING OUTFITS 3SISSB B I The Best selected Stock in the State of KentuckyWrlto New Illustrated Catalog Will send it to you by return mall I I IITheII f Newest Style Fall GOATS Suitable for Women and 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option election county unit 15 miles 320 Continued Next Week To Simple Yet Home A wellknown authority on Rheu matism gives the following valuable though simple and harmless which any one can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Kargon one ounce Syrup three by shaking well in a bottle and take a after each meal and atbodtimo He states that the can be obtained from any good pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to pleasant mixture if taken reg ulary for a few days is said to over come almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any dimin ishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without in juring the stomach While there are many socalled remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give perma nent results and the above will no doubt be greatly by many sufferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of thia elicits the information that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or hero will mix tho for our I readers if asked to tu y f i Handsomest 4 Tailored You Ever Saw For the J che1viotsplaited or gored suits at the low cost 1250 1Lymuilsvllie1 1from1 Tailored Suits of English worst eds broadcloths and serges in a wide range of color ings th coats are in the newest long hipless styles elaborately trimmed in braids and sntin bands the skirts are in the new sheath and modified Directotre effects price 1976 1anrl1 and green the coats ate elegantly tailored in the most stylish modes fI lined with silk peifect hanging and orsutinJJ trimmed skirts price 1250 1498 1975 2475 IiIiRAILROAD FARES- pTOLSL0UISVILLEATANDTRETURN ltl West- Market handsomely formfitting SIMPLE Directions Prepare Remarkable Mixture prescription Compound Compound Sarsaparllla ouncesMix teaspoonful ingredients prescription takeThis Rheumatism appreciated neighborhood thedruggist prescription The SUITS Money fashionable guaranteed REBATED I I I c t For Sale I f f BRONZE TURKEYSP- en t I J Headed toft 481b Toms f Hens as as to lie had In the State J r Tom 400 ii Hen 300 1 Pair 650 Trio 925 Tom and 3 Hens 1200 Please let me know once as I will not keep longer than 23rd Nov MRS M H Hardinsburg Ky CLIFTON MILLS Mr B J Coomes was in Raymond Friday Rev Wilson will begin his series meetings Monday Nov 208 Miss Lula Beaucharnp who has been on the sick list for a few days is better Miss Sallie Avitt spent last week with her sister Mrs Walter Adkisson- B J Coomes was Lodiburg Satur day D E Deacon and family wore the guests B J Cootues SundayII C H Wright was the Rush Sunday Miss Ida Carter and Miss Vera Dye Alton Carter and Casile Dye spent Sun day at Jim L McCoys W I Wright was the guest of C E Coomes Sunday Hurrah for Taft hes the man for us Pleasant sure easy safe little liver Pills are DeWitts Little Early Risers They are easy to take and act gently We sell and recommend them All druggists I I It ltl I Ii Louisville Kentucky II J1W J 11- I good Young Young at BEARD of in of Lost Without The News Dear Mr Babbage Inclosed you will find one dollar for which please re yearIyesterday We feel like we had missed somethingII when we dont get our paper RespectfullyMrs 1021 CharlesY Harsh physics react weaken thee onstipatfonDoans BtJtnacb cure constipation 25c Ask your druggists for them v Fine Crop of Birds Lbuis Ashlsy of Glendeane is authority on birds He is a great hunter watches the woods and keeps In touch with conies He says he neversaw so thoII In his life as there are this season sport ahead for the hunters t