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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 17i r y y I JIscT Q J THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS I TOPRINTaK1OL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1908 8 Pates NO 19 ii-i- R4 i- a iii P JI 0 r iJfi l ri- y I SlJItS r- i Sr i 5 r w JoI t 4i1 i r1 tCit ft- r 4 f tiIiF 7 tj f ryb4I3 NEWS ABOUT f IRVINGTON FOLKS icCallJoily Wedding Topic of ConversationLouisvilib Guests Arrived OTHER LOCALS OF INTEREST Mr and Mrs Richard Henderson of overly Mass arrived Saturday for an indefinite visit to his mother Mrs annie Henderson Miss Smith came down from Louis vine Saturday to attend the McCall and Jolly wedding on Wednesday- November25th Mr Mack Peyton of Louisville is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton Miss Mary Alexander of Louisville spent several days last week here visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Alexander and Mrs Nora Board Dr L B Moremen spent Thursday In the city on a business trip Misses Eva and Mable McGlothlan will go to Louisville Thanksgiving for a short visit to Miss Essie Biggs Miss Ruth Miller has returned home after a three months visit to Hardins burg the guest of her grandfather MrM Miller Miss Ellen Munford returned home Saturday from Blackwell Oklahoma where she has been the guest of her sister Mrs Charlie McMullin Mrs Eliza Jolly after a week spent in Hardinsburg visiting has returned home Mr Edwin Jolly spent two days of last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs H H Kemper were charming hosts at an informal 42 party given at their home on Maple Ave Wednesday evening DIr Fbster yons is seriously ill at his ho in the South 3rend of town +Irtliru4 IDlJtimrlie Ohamljdrlain wereturned from a brief visit to re latives and friends up in Ohio v Mrs Mattie Lee Moremen of Bran denburg came Friday to be the guest of Dr and Mrs L B Moremen for a few days Mr Ernest Rees Bowling Green spent last week here the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry Neafus Mr Jonas Lyons spent Sunday at Big Springs the guest of his father Miss Jessie Brady will be the hos tess to her club on Thursday after noon The girls are urged td be there pronptly at 230 oclock Mrs William Mullen of Cloverport was the guest of her daughter Mrs Ed McAfee last week Dr and Mrs P E Dempster and children of Glendoane came up Sun day for a visit to Mr and Mrs Fos 4 terLyons Mr and Mrs N B Nethertqn left Tuesday for Leitchfierd Ky for a two weeks visit to his parents Mr HLV Herndon was called to Enid Oklahoma on last Tuesday on very important business Mrs T McGlothlan was called very suddenly to Ekron Monday to be at the bedside of her cousin Mrs Mary k Barr who is dangerously ill r MAKING GOOD Phillip Wittmer of Oannelton Ind J was again elected Sheriff by a Urgel majority Mr Wittmer has many friends in Olovarport who are glad to know that he made a successful race 000 Sam Brickey itis home this week visitI parents Mr and Mrs G W t tBrickey Mr Brickey and Mr Owen Sanders hold good positions with R H 1 Pennineton Wholesale commission house at Evansville Another Treat Mrs Susan Walker and Mrs Henry France colored complimented the As istant Editor Saturday with a jar of fine chop pickle v A Nice Xmas Present A dozen photographs will make most desirable Christmas presents and are less expensive for the gift than any thing else you could give for the money Have a dozen cabinet pictures made finished in the artistic folder style at Brabandts studio 1Y EXCELLENT SCHOOL- MEETING FRIDAY Mn Superintendent Pile Succeeds In i Having a Splendid Program Rendered For The Teachers Of Breckenridge MRS CHAS WEAVER SPEAKS The meeting arranged by Superin tendent Joel H Pile for the trustees and people of teachersII county was an enthusiastic cessful and profitable one The secret of it was School Improvement and it tvs well brought out and emphasied in all the addressess- As many as 80 teachers if not more deIvotedCounty School Board and the afternoon was given over to the speakers Pres Cherry John P Haswell Jesse Whit worth aud Mrs Chas Weaver of Louisville being among them As a result of the days work a Dis trict School Improvement League was organized with the following officers J H Pile president Miss Nell Moorman vice president Mr Driskell secretary and treasurer Miss Willie Chambiss Press committee Some of the ideas expressed in Mrs Weavers address were along the fol lowing lines We cannot expect our children to do good work in school unless they are well We cannot expect them to be well unless the building where they spend five or six hours every day is clean comfortable and perfectly sanitary We cannot expect children to do good work in school unless they love school They will not love school unless it is worth loving A dilapidated cheerless school commands the respect of neither pupil nor parent We can easily keep our children in school by making it beautiful There is not only a mental but a moral stimulus in beautiful surroundings Toaccomplish its best work therefore the s hoof must be attractive HAD EXPERIENCE WITH NIGHT RIDERS E C McDonald who arrived here last Thursday to spend the week endII with his sister Mrs Frank Mattingly left Monday morning to enter upon his medical work at the University c of Louisville Mr McDonald has beentt In Tennessee for several weeks andI was in the midst of nightriding which ccured there October the twentieth I lIe was at Wards Hotel the night before Col Taljor and Capt Rankin were taken from there by tie night riders One place where he spent the night the riders name to the hotel and made the proprietor give them possession of his store where they got enough matches and coal oil to burn ten of his tenhant houses The situation of affairs in Tennessee is dreadful says Mr McDonald 3e was also threatened for employ Jng a negro driver in one town but when he gave them to understand that he was from Kentucky they did not bother him Mr McDonald ate dinner with Exsenator Carmack the day before he was shot arid killed by Cooper Ben Bates Writes Dear Editor Enclosed find 2 cents Send me the News for 3 mouths Ifeellost without the paper as I see in jt all that is going on at home My wife has just returned from Kentucky where she has spent 6 weeks visiting She states that things are awful dry back there Well we are laving fine weather here and people are busy getting in their corn A man goes out here and gets 80 Bushel per day at 4 per c nt a bushel and board making him a good day wages This is a fine country One man can tend moreII land here than 6 can there John Hall tends one hundred acres and gets alioug by himself You never walk to c work here I see wagons coming to c town with as much as 150 bushels of i wheat and corn at one load of course 1 they nre 4 horses I would love to be in Cloverport long enough to take a good Hunt with a coon dog as there is none in this country BeaBntes c Sterling Kan iJjJtIi t r 5 HARVEY WATTERSON l Buriel in Cave Hill Messages of Condolence Received From National and State Notables LOUISVILLE Ky Nov Hfhebody of Harvey Watterson was laid to rest in Cave Hill cemetery The tragedy of last Wednesday has cast a gloom over many homes both in New York and Louisville Over a thousand messages of condo lence from all parts of the country have reached Mr and Mrs Henry Watterson Those came not only from relatives and friends but from many sympathizers who were persotit ally unknown Not a few of these messages came from party adversaries including members of the cabinet the mana gers of the national Republican cam paign and most of the leading Re publicans of Kentucky- To these especially Mr and Mrs grateIfuln LUCIA I A character that has been pure and beautifulever since she played in the of Vermont is Mrs Lucia Ann Tucker lu the year of J1842 she- came to Kentucky with her husbnnr1 and hough there were many shadows cast round their family hearth during the Civil War her heart was never darkened with hard feelings toward the South LYDIA JOLLY CHURCH NOTES Thanksgiving services will be held at 10 a m at the Presbyterian church under the direction of the pastor Rev Graves assisted by Rev James T Lewis Rev Currie will deliver the sermon o00 Bennett Burn has charge of vocation at the much during the absence of the organist Miss Ida White Miss Burn handles the instrument beautifully and her playing has been highly complimented 000 A childrens choir will be organized in the M E Sunday School at an Mrslra f J ATTRACTIVE BAZAR J C Nolte Brother Entertain ing Customers and Friends This Week Cloverport people and visitors to the city are having a happy time this week at the Christmas Bazar which is being given in the store of J C Nolte Brother Many minds have been relieved by their first visit to the Bazar for it fur nished them So many ideas what to buy and give for Christmas Miss Stella Weatherholt has charge of the Bazar assisted by Mr Chas Fallon Mr Juluis Nolte and Mr Emeil Nolte are exceedingly well pleased with the satisfaction and pleasure the Bazar is giving the Christmas thinkers v- An is extended to everybody to attend When you make your invasion there by all means tell the Messrs JJbltes you read in the News about their Bazar MRS ANN TUCKER mountains Margaret Methodist invitation ern people Mrs Tucker is wonderful Notwithstanding sbe is in her ninetieth year she has never worn glasses she ih not deaf and is remarkably active Mrs Tucker hits just completed a quilt of two thousand tiny squares Hey home is in this city with her grondneice Miss Nannie Morton who is indeed lovely and kind to her THIS IS THE NOME OF MRS AT IRVINGTON KY I Miss the Mrand Mrs J Proctor Keith render ed a beautiful duet at the union meet ing of the League and B Y P U Sunday night The sweetness of Mrs Keiths voice is rare and everone loves to hear her sing 000 The League will probably give a play this winter 000 Presiding Elder Hayes is expected by the Methodist church Sunday 000- The I Chairman of the Methodist Orphans Home Committee asks allwho will tosend a donation to Noltes store MOnday Nov 2f Anything good will be appreciated Mr Lyons III Foster Lyons was taken critically ill Sunday He and Mrs Lyons had expected to leave for Florida within a few days STEPHENSPORT W M Skillman Answers Deaths Call Sunday Morning Had Worked In P 0 1U Seven teen Years Sunday morning at two oclock death came and wafted the spirit of W M Skillman to the other shore Mr Skill man was sixtyfour years old He was a good man never said no to anyone that was in trouble when he could lend a helping hand He was a member of the Presbyterian church and seemed to be at peace with his God He was making his home with his brother R S Skillman at the time of his death He had been in Washington D C for about seventeen years in the post ffice department His remains were taken to Hardinsburg Monday for interment Born to the wife of Albert McKaughn Friday November 13 a fine boy Roy CharlesIWarner and John Dicckman and families will leave for California the first of December Mrs W J Shoop has returned from 1 Louisville Our town seems to 99Qn a boom Two saw mills running everybody at work merchants all doing good business and ever thing moving along nice ly Miss Margurote Stallman was here last week R A Smith has sold his livery stable to Richard McAfee Rev Winchell of Tobinsport has accepted the call here at the Baptist churchRev F R Roberts and wife spent a few days in Hardinsburg last week the guests of their son Herbert Roberts Mrs Helen Chipp Mrs Sue Grant and brother Roy Brashoarlmve erect ed a beautiful monument in memory of their dear father J C Brashear in the cemetry on the hill Mrs R A Shellman is real sick at this writing Miss Esther Payne spent Saturday and Sunday in the country the guest of Miss Laura Hugh Wattington William Petitt left Wednesday CorJ Uniontown to spend the winter with his daughter Mrs James Buchanan Mrs Godfrey Haswell nnd daughter of Hardinsburg are guests of Mr and and Mrs Geo McCubbins His First Vote For Taft During a lull in the voting at Hawos ville precinct election day a funny little experience occured The judges wore A Freeman and M Stephens and each are always ready for a little mirth A small boy probably loss than ten years old came rushing into the polling place nnd announced that he was ready to 1 vote In order to make the joke com plete they secured one of the sample ballots on yellow paper stood him up in a chair nnd told him to fire away He told them he would prefer that some one would vote for him and this was just what the judges wanted forI they were anxious to find out how the young man proposed to save theI country When everything was in readiness he announced that Taft was good enough for him and the ballot was so marked The little fellow depart ed his name unknown to any of the officers and he no doubt thinks he help ed in a substantial way to cut down that ten thousand majority against Taft in KentuckyHancock Clarion In Loving Remembrance Of Two little Brothers TFranklin Arnold who died Nov 19 I IgOS and John Wilford Ruddell April I 24 1908 Beloved children of John and Lillian Ridge sM C We had a little treasure once He was our joy and pride We loved h m ohl prehaps too well For soon he slept and died But since then anotherlittlo lamb has gone To dwell with him who gave Another little darling childCIs sheltered in fcke grave 1 Two little highrThey hand in harm together roninJJ Two links now bfud us to the skyJJ Two fingers becUori us to come Those little lips so sweetto kiss Are closed forever now Those sweet blue eyes that shown so bright Are closed and hidden fromowr sight Wm White has returned home from college I McCALLJOLLY Engagement of Prominent Young People Announced Will be Married Next Week Announcement is made oftfto engagement and approaching marifge of Mr Edwin H Jolly to TssBettie Lee McCall The wedding will be solemnized Wednesday afternoon November the twentyfifth at 300 EpiscopalChurch SOCIETY NOTES AND HUNTING PARTIES I ttI The fields the bird the dog and gun are utmost in the minds of all who love to hunt this week Notwithstanding many farms have been posted several persons were given permission to invade them and they started for the country Monday 000 Messrs Chas Skillman Frank Eng lish D H Severs Len Gregory and Dr Lightfoot left Monday morning for Skillman They took a complete camp outfit and wlH pend a Meek hunting 000- Mr and Mrs Owen May of Louis ville arrived here this week for a few days hunt They are being entertained by Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons 000- air Preston Green will entertain a number of Louisville friends at his home this weekwho will spendseveral days at the Falls hunting 000 The Girls Club will meet with Miss Severs this afternoon 000 Miss Mildred Ditto Babbage will be hostess to the S S C club Saturday afternoon 000 Mrs Benton Eubanks gave a forty two party of four tables Saturday afternoon Her visitor Miss Kavanaughof Frankfort was the guest of honor After the game and refreshments the guests enjoyed sovernl vocal pieces by Miss Kavanaugh whose voice is un usually sweet 000- Mr Oscar Blaine of Hopkinsville who was the guest of Mrs Graham Jolly last week was honored with a reception at the home of Mr Fdward Morrison Friday evening 000- Jtr and Mrs Henry Pate proprie tors of the Cloverport Hotel gave a most enjoyable party Wednesday night especially for their boarders They were assisted in entertaining by their bright and attractive daughters Misses Carrie and Claudie Pate Games music and refreshments were enjoyed and the whole evening was one of merriment for those present oo- Mr Albert Elder and Miss Irene were married last Wednesday morning at the St Rose church by Brey The groom is the son of Mr John Elder of Hardinsburg and the bride is the daughter of Mr John Elder of Stephensport Although their fathers have the same names they are not related 000- Mr and Mrs Robt Polk gave a dinner party Sunday for Miss Kavan augh The guests were Mr and Mrs Eubanks Miss Kavanaugh and Dr A A Simons 000- Mr Patrick Bowlds and Miss Mary Downey wore married at Lewisport by Father Brey Friday 000 Miss Florence Lewis was at home to a number of guests incompliment to Miss Bessie Mitchell Friday evening from eight to eleven Mrs Moga of Addison assisted them in receiving The color scheme of the party was blue and white and a drawing contest was one of the features of the onlertem ment The dining room was beautifully decorated in palmsand ferns Delicious ices cakes and fruits were the refreshments The guests included Misses Ola Fallon Esther Popham Nellie Burk Maggie Katie and Julia Woe Vera and Susie Wright Annie May Mattingly Bessie Mitchell Messrs Chas Fallon Edmond Wroe Ernest popham Will Mitchell Allen Waggon er Jas Burk Jim LawsonPaul Lewis Ollie Lewis Bernard Carter and Wallace 1nttinglyii v J 0 I I S i i i t i 0 J i I I J i i I t c i fr j r v s I v t i ri t w e i Il r- k I t i 1 i 4i C i T 1- 1v r S t J r G f y j f 1 J j Z i Nr tf I 1 wi i 7 ht L v r t t i Ii ft f iv vj r t 1- RR t tt iitr tmr kLD irItt I1J Bacons AnnualThanksgiving Sale 3 Days= = Mon Tues and Wednes Nov 23 24 25 Every Possible Effort to procure dependable merchandise at an underprice for this Ant nual Thanksgiving Sale has been made The buyers for this Store have bought seasonable goods and have bought no other talc ing advantage of Manufacturers Importers Jobbers surplus stock at prices far away below mar ket value Many thousands Of dollars worth of goods that are wanted by the people of Kentucky a and Indiana will be sold at this store during the Annual Thanksgiving Sale at prices lower than ever quoted for goods the equal Not a man or woman living within aradius of 100 miles of J Bacon Sonsstore who can afford to disregard this the greatest underprice sale of 1908 I THE WHOLE STORE from the notion department which offers a line of every day wanted articles many of which are priced at ONE CENT each also Dinner sets Glassware Linens Domesticsin fact everything for everybody will be offeredat prices that have not been nor will not be matched again this year I IFEWWANTED ITEMS Practically 1 2 Price Every day the average house wife has use for these articles and at no other time will she oo able to save so much None Sold to Merchants Sewing Thimbles each 1 C Stockinet Dress Shields pair 3c 5c Lightning Needles for1C 4 oz Bottle Machine Oil for 3c White Pins perbq- sc3C 1 C 5c Package Hiar Pins for 3c 2 Cards Hooks and Eyes for 1 C Celluloid Collar Supporters set3cLa- rge package Wire Hat Pins 1 C Toilet Pins all sizes dozen 3c Cotton Tape white or blnck roll i C Pins 300 countblackwhitebluo paper3c Nbro silk same as sand s11kl C Red Marking Initial stick of 303eG- ood Pins priced per IHperlC Steel point hair pins 2 pkgs for3cDarning Wool priced per card1C 5c Linen Corset Laces each3cTa- ilors or Dressmakers chalk 1 C 5c Genuine Bees Wax for 3c Belt Pins dos on card for 1 C 5c Invisible Hair Pins 3c I 332338 W Market St I 213 Fourth Ave WfIJOING PRESENTS Charming New Gifts In Silver For the Fall Bride FLAT SILVER ACCEPTABLE An Interesting Assortment of Individual Casters For Tumblers an- dBottlesA Brides Capacity Pot Berry Spoons and Salad Forks 11 hen selecting a gift for the future mistn8 of a home It la well to remem Itier that unless site is unusually wealthy she must depend upon her wiMiiinu pirtfl fur the beautiful little pitres if Blher and glass that add so much ti the attractiveness of ber new HOLDER POI rOWOBIIBD HunAn home Very few brides would feel that It was possible to Include these little luxuries In the list of furnishings to be purchased The proverbial Griddle ladle A skillet area cradle which are Incident to marrying Mary Ann make sufficient Inroads upon the modest hoard of the average bride and groom to leave little for luxuries For this reason flat Oliver that Is fipoeus knives and forks are always acceptable gifts The fact that they havo been popular wedding presents for many years is no argument against itnem A bride would have to have a good many dozen teaspoons before there would be any danger of there being too many The shops arc showing an interesting assortment of casters of silver and glass Those are of two kinds the in ellvldual casters for tumblers which are small holdors with narrow rims of r pierced sliver which are Just large jaouch for a tumbler to blip into and me larjwr castors wiucii are pcnoiti flat and are usoil to protect the table linen from tho moisture on the outside of a ginger alo bottle or pitcher of Ice water These fat eastern rome In all sizes from thoe which are barely largo enough to jveonunodate n bottle to the large twelve or fifteen Inch affairs which may be used ns crnterpleces under bowl of Cowers They are ex ceedingly attractive ns they sire math of disks of dear pirns covered with pierced silver In beautiful floral de signs Thr they combine utility with attractivenessI IIs known by every house keeper who has experienced the vexa tlion of having an ugly ring left on n clean luncheon cloth from a pitcher lemonade or Iced tea ofII Another nretty little silver gift which would be appreciated by nny bride who likes beautifulI things for her table Is a toast rack of silver Tho A 8ILVB11 TOAST RACE one shown hero Is a rathor small one which would be admirable for use on a breakfast tray A little more costly than some of the silver novelties but exquisite in design Is a holder for powdered sugar made of silver and glass Of course there Is the usual array of berry spoons and salad forks but it must be remembered that a brides ca pacity for berry spoons is somewhat limited and that with these as with many other good things enough is as good as a feast Bo Gracious It is an easy matter to cultivate a graciousness that holds ones friends in thrall through the coming and go ing of ones whole existence ani is a charming prerogative of womanhood that should extend to all alike It Is impossible for the wbman who is genuinely polite and well bred to be dis criminating If these qualities be In born it is just as natural for her to be courteous and gracious to the lowest servant In her household as it is when in the society of the greatest magnate of the land Tho self assertive woman is too ego tistical to consider either the feelings or the comfort of others and the cou sequence is she is always offending or wounding oven when not intending q lIJtoJ t nO YUIl 1I lL rated or Inborn thnt tell their 011It story In both men and women from the fact that It is almost impossible to don company Tinnners as one would the garments of state occasio- nsBLOCKADED Every Household in Clnverport Should Know slow to Resist It The back aches because the kidneys are blockaded Help the kidneys with their work The back will ache no more Lots of proof that Downs Kidney Pills do this s Mrs W L Yates 919 Hall St Owenshoro Ky says I foind in D ans Kidney Pills postive relief from a constant backache and an irregularity of the kidney secretion Previous to using Doans Kidney Pills I was de jected had no energy and was languid and felt tired all the time I was restless and nervous nights did not sleep well and I was subject to frequent headaches also at times experiencing dizzy spells When IIread about Doans Kidney Pills they seemed to be just what I wanted and I procured them They strengthened my kidnys remov ed the backache and I am quite free irom kidney complaint at the present timeFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansandt- ake no other The Traces of the Beasts On every side In the Malay wilds the traces of the beasts which here live as scheduled as safe from molestation as did their ancestors in pro Adamite days are visible on tree trunk on beaten game path and on the yielding clay at the drinking plates by the hurrying stream Here a belt of mud nine feet from tho ground shows that an elephant has rubbed his itching back against through bark of a tree and see coarse hairs tiro still sticking in the hardened clay There a long sharp scratch re peated at regular intervals marks the passing of a rhinoceros Hero again is the pad mark of a tiger barely an hour old and tho pitted tracks of deer of all sizes and varieties surround the deeply punched holes which aro the footsteps of an elephant Cornhlll- TnirazltiA FEW PRICES FROM THE Domestic Linens and Bedding Sections Which will give you a correct idea of the remarkable price concessions made throughout this store for the Thanksgiving Sale None Sold to Merchan- tsPRINTSGray and side band price 4cTABLE DAMASKTurkey red t block yd33cALL5cTABLE LINEN 72 in wide a yd 48cAPRON GINGHAMS3 days sale OUTING CLOTHSIn ltoiO yd lengthsTABLE NAPKINSBleached hemmed sale price yard71tc dice pattern napkins dozen 33c OUTING CLOTHSThat retail at 8c a BED SHEETS 3 days price each 33cyd usually in 10 to 20 yd lengths at 5CBED COMFORTSPure white cotton fil HOOSIER COTTON3 days atSC ling and covered with good material PILLOW CASES42x30 in each ca198BROWNpureBLEACHEDTOWELS With red border cach3c priceu 198 J INCORPORATED rr a COLORS IN THE OCEAN Various Causes For the Different Tints of the Water Sky and cloud colors are often re flected in the sea but Just as the air has Its sunset glory so water has its changing tints quite apart from mere reflectionOlive brown lines In the waver off the coast come from the muddy sediment washed from the shore as blues arise chiefly from reflected sky But there are many other colors in the ocean On almost every long voyage at sea spots of reddish brown color are noticed at one time or another When a fow drops of the dlscojored wator are examined under a microscope myriads of minute cylinder shap ed algae are seen sumo separate sonic joined together In scores It Is thl organism sometimes culled sea saw dust which has given the name tc the Red sea although It also abounds in other waters Sometimes the water far from land will be seen to be of a chocolate hue for an extent of sev eral miles and this IIs caused by mil lions upon millions of minute one cr ed animals which lash themselves along each on his erratic Individual course by means of the finest of hair like threads of cilia Pearsons State of Ohio Olty of Toledo I Lucas County f SS Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is sen lor partner of the firm of F Cbnney d Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County and state aforesaid and that mild firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every casa of Cattarrh that can not bo cured by the use of Halls OatarrhII Cure FRANK J Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of DocomherA D 1886 A W Gleason ISEALNotaryRails Catarrh Care Is taken Internally and acts on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials tree F J Cheney S Co Toledo O Bold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Sister Ann Did yQr get any marks At school terday Bill 1 Bill Yus but theyre whore they dont show London Sketch Madeline fa a decided blond Isnt BheYes but she only decided last weekTown Topics Miss Antique I feel so wicked Miss CaustiqueNo doubt The good die young you knowLondon Illus trated Bits Hicks yon her beau ty WicksNo I was only thinking what a lot of talk a small rosebud mouth can emit Somervllle Journal LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY R Settled the Sign When William M Evarts was sec rotary of state a new elevator man had been employed in the department who did not know Mr Evarts by sight In his car was n conspicuous sign to the effect that by ordor of the secre tary of state smoking was prohibited One day Mr Evarts boarded the car In company with a famous senator the latter smoking a cigar The new man promptly touched the smoker on the elbow and said pointing at the no tice Cant you read that sign Mr Evarts promptly tore down the of fending notice and turning to the ele vator man said What sign I dont see any The attendant suspecting something wisely hold his peace but he followed the pair out and asked the guard at the door who the chop with the large head was The guard told him Englands Prettiest Villages After a very careful survey we ven ture to write down the names of the six English villages that wo consider the prettiest in the land so far as our own opinion and wide experience are concerned The choice is made impar tially and with full knowledge and due recognition of the claims of each to its high place Here are the six Bon church Isle of Wight Clovelly Devon shire Wltchampton Dorset Sonning Oxfordshire Shore Surrey and Clap ham Yorkshire London Strand Maga zine Accomplished Shes got a future Can she act No but slie can work her eyes bet ter than any lady in the business and as for wearing swell clothesgee she couldnt do Better if she was twins 7Llfe Very Careful Indulgent Undo Jack are you cars basedayssome effort to make them balaact my Income to the exact cent Chicago trIbune The world doesnt really grow worse every time you need medicine Qalves ton Now Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes The fits of sneezing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will be stopped when the causes that produce it are removed Cleanliness comfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for GO centst or mailedy Ely Bros 56 Warren Street Now Yore TORTOISE SHELL The Way the Plates Are Removed From the Animal Tho comb of tortoise shell has n very pale and translucent yellow the only really valuable kind of shell Many people thlnlj this pale un mottled shell the cheaper kind the dealer said Do you know why Because the imitations are all made like thisThat Is one vulgar error about shell Another Is that the tortoise Is killed to get Its shell casing That has absurd an error as it would be TO say a sheep was killed to get its wool What Is done Is this The fishermen having caught a tortoise tie him and then cover his back with dry grnSit and leaves They set fire to this stuff It burns slowly and the heat causes the thirteen plates of the shell to loosen at the Joints WJth a knife the plates aro pried off and afterward the tortoise Is set free Tho base or root of his shell is intact and will grow again If tortoises were killed to got their shell they would long since have become extinct No no Every tortoise is as It were a farm a shell farm Fishermen catch him regularly and with heat and a knife gently remove his shell New Orleans TimedDemocrat Ambulance field Examination Scene Hamilton South Haugh sol dler supposed to have been wounded Is brought to surgeons tent by bear ers Bearer reporting Severe scalp wound sir accompanied with Insensi youdoneand gave him a little whisky and wa waterZHowddswallow that BearerHe axed fort sirLondon Illustrated Bits Tricks of the Trade lQokttliinIpaperfinished side being puttied up with a dustShoeGenius onehoneIntellect are whetstones to each other and genius which is but the result of their mutual sharpening IIs character too Alfred Tennyson Nor The Long Green Hicks cnndistinguish ottouchOnedoesQtblueBoston t f 1 t I J vh J JI I t bc au I l 1 i W t wW F l r t yii 1 a 4 1 L 1 Att if jRN i Iisk i I ctiII A7- Zl f 1d to i 2P i It- II 6 k t a + rr- t AlII J i at II V I IVf lI f j i ir 1 g i I t I tag 4 ri 1I 1r 4m I t Uf s tits l t a 440- II i I JaneCbleCopyrIIht r O 0 0 0 000404 CHAPTER XXI AVID CABLE lost noI time in hurrying away from Chicago with his wife and Jane They were whisked westward In ills private car on the second day after tho Bansemcr exposure Broken spirt itcd Jane acquiesced in all their plans She seemed as one in a stupor com prehending yet unresponsive to the pain that enveloped her I cant see any one that I know here she said listlessly Oh the thought of what they are saying They did not tell her that Graydon had enlisted as a private soldier in the United States army Jane only knew that she loved him and that the bar sinister existed Cables devotion to her was beauti ful lie could not have beon more ten der had she been his own daughter Instead of his wifes imposition Jane was ill in Pasadena for many weeks Her depressed condition made her recovery doubtful It was plain to two persons at least that she dId snot care whether she lived or died The physicians were puzzled but no expla nation was offered by the Cables It was not until certain Chicago sojourn ers generously spread the news that I the cause of her breakdown became apparent to the good doctors Before many days the girl who sat wan and distrait upon the flower shaded piazza was an object of curiosity to fashion able Pasadena As soon as she was strong enough to endure the trip the hunted trio forsook Pasadena and lied northwardSan afforded relief In pri vacy Janes spirits began to revive There had not been nor was there ever to be any mention of that terrible night and its revelations What she may have felt and suffered in se crot could only be conjectured by those who loved her Bansemers name was never uttered His fate remained un known to her The faraway unhappy look in her eyes proved to thorn that Graydpn was never out of her thoughtsDavid Cable was In Chicago when Mrs Cable received word from her sister once Kate Coleman that she soon would reach San Francisco with her husband bound for the Philip pines Kate was the wife of a West Pointer who had achieved the rank of colonel in the volunteers by virtue of political necessity Ills regiment had been ordered to the Islands and she was accompanying him with their daughter a girl of sixteen Colonel Harbin had seen pleasant service at the eastern posts where his wife had attained a certain kind of social distinction in the army fast set She was not especially enamored of the prospect ahead of her in the Phil ippines But the new colonel was a strict disclnllnarian on and off the field He expected to be a brigadier general if fortune and favoritism sup ported him long enough Mrs Harbin could never be anything more than a private in the ranks so far as his es timation of distinction was concerned His daughter Ethel had by means of no uncertain favoritism advanced a few points ahead of her mother and might have ranked as sergeant in the family corps Mrs Harbin played cards drank highballs flirted with tho younger ofli cers got talked about with pleasing emphasis and was as happy as any subordinate could be They bad not even thought of such a thing as di vorce and the whole army wondered and expressed disgust The armys appetite for scandal is surpassed only by its bravery in war Itls even hinted that the latter is welcomed as a loophole for the former War brings peace The arrival of the Harbins and a staff of gay young cadets fresh from tho banks of the Hudson put new life Into the recluses The regiment wm to remain at the Presidio for several weeks before sailing One of the lieu tenants was a Chicago boy and an ac quaintance of Graydon Bansemer It was from him that Jane learned that her sweetheart was u soldier in the service doubtless now in Luzon A week before the sailing of Colonel Harbins transport Jano suddenly an nounced that she had but ono desire on earth and that was to go to Ma nila with her aunt Sho did not present her plea with the usual claim that she wanted to bo of service to her country She was not asking tv go out as a heroine of the ordinary type Instead she simply announced that she wanted to go us a temporary member of Colonel Harbins family to endure their hardships and to enjoy their en thusiasms Mrs Cable recognized the ftruo motive however Her pleadings were in vatnTIM Harbins had luckjertly urged Jane to join them Telegrams flew back and forth across the continent and Duvld Oablecjtwel on to present his feeble objections 0 nI1o eeiigers the wars or the regiment Its Just for n little while dad she said wistfully at the dock a few months Ill think of you every minute Im away The blood of the man in the service was calling to her The ocean was be tween them The longing to be near him to trend the same soil had con quered In the eternnl battle of love After nil no matter how the end was attained she was a creature of life brought Into the world to love and to be loved She put the past behind her and began to build a nttw future1 a future in which the adoration of Gray don Bansoiicr was the foundation The hope tint makes all human aver ages was at the work of reconstruc tion youth was tho builder The months of destruction had not left n hopeless rule as the heritage of dead impulsesThe grew brighter as the ship forged westward Each day sent warmer blood Into her veins and n deeper light Into her eyes The new life was not Inspired by the longing to be his wife but to see him again and to comfort him She would be no mans wife At last ono hot soft morning in early July the great transport slipped past Corregldor and turned its nose across Manila bay past Cavlte to ward the anchorage which ended the long voyage The city of Manila lay stretched out before them Manila the new American capital The troops were marched orrto quar ters and the Harbins with Jane Ca ble repaired at once to the Orlentc where they were to live prior to tak- Ing a house In Ermitn or San Miguel The campaign was not being pushed vigorously at this time It was the rainy season Desultory fighting was going on between the troops and the insurgents There were numerous scouting mill exploring expeditions Into the enemys country A week elapsed before Jane could filed the opportunity to make Inquiries concerning the whereabouts of Gray don Bansomer Her thoughts had boon of nothing else her eagerness had beon tempered by the dillldcnco of the overzealous She and pretty Ethel Harbin had made life endurable for the guy young officers who came over on the ship The pretty wives of cer tain captains and lieutenants had small scope for their blandishments at close range Flirtations were hard to menage iu space so small Tho tw girls were therefore in a state of siege most of the time The abject follow ing fell away perceptibly when thin broader field of action on shore gave their married sisters a chance to ma neuver with some degree of security A faithful few remained in train however Ethel Harbin like the ingenue in the play had each linger clumsily but tightly wrapped with a breathing uniform of blue It must be admitted in shame however that she changed the bandages often and without con science or ceremony Janes admirers were in love with her She was not the sort to inspire When the great transport sailed uway Jane Cable was one oj her passengers idle fancies In any event it looked a long time to these chaps before they could get back to the States and she was worth while Perhaps her most devoted admirer was Lieutenant Bray Good looking and coming from an excellent southern family ho was a great favorite with nil Jane liked him better than any of the rest She would have liked him still better had he been able to rests a tendency to boast of tho stock fron which ho had sprung The knowledge of her disadvantages in life the con trast between their respective posi tions all tended to emphasize the irony of tate and she often found herself wondering how this sprig of true arIs- tocracy would conduct himself if he discovered that after all she was only t foundling It was Lieutenant Bray who made Inquiries at general headquarters aijd found after considerable trcablerthj4 Graydon Mausemeris company was in tbe north subject to the requirements J 40044O c 3j- George Barr McCutcheon u n Author of Beverly of Grausiar It Etc 4Or0 04444F mourns ror Jane time urea ui mo m tcntlons of men she sickened with longing mill anxiety Day after day she prayed that the troops In the north might be relieved She watched for the order that would call for their return from thcjvpt lands above Sick ness WitS prevarem among the fighting corps the wet season had undermined the health of many Constant news came down to Manila of the minor engagements and she looked at every report for news of Graydon Colonell I ndI I anxious heart she was wondering If it were possible for her to go to the front in any capacity At last with October came this wan ing of the rainy season November brought active lighting A general movement of the troops was directed against Aguinaldo In his prime as a leader he controlled the north and his capturo was Imperative Lnwton and Young began operations on the right McArtliur on tho center with Wheaton pushing forward on the extreme left The insurgents fell back from Tarlac There were many big fights at San Jacinto and other places now famous in history The lied Cross society held forth at Malolos reaching gradually into the country north Sick and wounded men came into the hospitals dally und in larger numbers titan one would have supposed The villages or barrios all along tho line of advance saw their convents turned Into hospitals As fast I upIservice did heroic faithful work both i for the white and the brown men wloi hosInitdlsIthe men were taken to the convents I beII lanlluI lied Agtilimldo and I ordercdII Cunningham took charge of the scouts who scoured the country Parties of ton to fifteen picked non fell out In advance of the main body seeking to develop tho enemynnd his defense These bravo fellows attra tod the hid den fire of ambush exposed thorn solves to all the treacheries of warfare and afterward wore mustered out with n kind word from tie department I tOlI Graydon i onemysi I CHAPTER XXIIr D REGORIO DEL FILAR the picturesque Filipino leader about whom so much has been written In praise by the war cor respondent was leading his men back Into the danger fields Inviting the American pursuers into every trap which his crafty brain could devise Captain Groce with a company of in fantry was following him closely and doggedly Into tho fnstnessos far to tho north Village after village was dev astated by the white troops always a few hours after the wily tfllar had evacuated Ailigos laughed In their deceptive sleeves at the Americans nUll misdirected them with Impunity In eight cases out of ton the amigo wore arms underneath his garment of friend ship and slew in the dark whenever opportunity arose Graydon Bansemor was ono of this doughty eager com pany which blazed the way into the hills Close behind canto the bigger and stronger forces with guns and horse and the hospital corps It was the hunt of death for Aguinaldo and Filar Shortly after daybreak one morning u slim black figure crept out from among the trees and gave the counter sign to the challenging sentry lIe was soon on his way to tho captains headquarters bearing news of impor I tance The brown skinned scout had traveled till night over a hazardous route and he was more than welcome He brought news that Pilars men were off to the east and the north well intrenched and prepared to fall upon tho Americans when they advanced blindly into tho trap laid for them The newspaper men pricked up their ears and at once looked to a box of carrier pigeons Which formed a most Important part of their pilgrimage A fight was at hand doubtless an Impor taut meeting of the clashing forces The whole army wag waiting for intel ligence nt TShirwaltimr with Uitie t lIp II1 hroti oraereri hfO HEll c IJ n pU JQUIIH1 rn ryeostlore They ecurrltyl nftIr 1 urlvaui of tV company wltli instructions to lo au the elusive enemy and open up the secret of his position Supposedly Filar was ten miles off among the rocky foothills whleh guarded the past through the mountains As usual Bansemor was one of the scouts lie snatched his raIons with the others and went forth eagerly to court tIll danger aud excitement that was prom Ued For days they had hud no tight Ing Worthy the name Amlgos everywhere villages peopled only by women and children treacherous peaceful ness on every side This had boor their encounter nu occasional rllle shot from the rice fields a crackle o guns far ahead a prisoner or two vh had not been quick enough In trans forming himself from combatant to friend tthat was nil Nowthore seem led to be real fighting ahead PUn l was known to have many mon good soldiers till of them The native rcout gave close and accurate directions as to his position It remained for Councils men to draw hint out If possible Captain Groco and the re mainder of his eager company did no mares until long after the scouts were on tliPlr prorarlous way Tw hours after the 1party of eleven left t ie village a llausor bullet from a clump of trees far to the right cut thrniiKi the hut of one of the scouts who was some distance In advance of his fellows AB he saw the scout stoop tto pick up his hot Holers turned to the man nearest hlsi stud rcr irked Theyll get him sure as shootln1 some day if he hikes along in that fool wayIt was no new experience for the routs to find tho quarry gone when they reache1 the place where they ex pected to find hint mars own scouts had found that the ambuscade was destined to fall of Its purpose and the wily lender drew back into the more accessible country The scouting party did not come in sight of the little brown soldiers Before noon they were far up In the hills everywhere met by the physical assurance that the enemy was not far ahead of thorn Behind them came Captain Groce and his men and the two correspondents Amigos along the mountain road gavo Information that was not worth having A deserted village showed signs of the passage and finally there was proof thoad that Filar had stopped to give battle He hind reached his vantage ground Council and hU men drew Lack and waited Nightfall came nUll with It the spiteful crack of the Mauser rifle A brawny trooper toppled over with a great hole in his head Pilars pickets could see like cats In the night The native scout reported that the big village of Con cepcion was not far ahead filers men were making their stand before this rather Important stronghold Well get a scrap that IIs a scrap boys said Cohnell exultingly Those fellows are going to put up a fight ac last Theyre like hoes up yonder Weve got to fall hack on the com pany If we dont theyll chow us up before the little captain can get to us Too well did the men know the belli cose temperament of the big Irishman to think of grumbling at such a command yet It was with a certain reluc tance which invariably accompanies a backward step that the men retired to meet the advancing COIUDUIIV TO BE CONTINUE BABY BOY HAD ITCHING HUMOR Which Broke Out in Different Places Nothing Would Help Him Mother Almost in DespairSkin Quickly HealedWithoutaScar and Trouble Has Never Returned I SINCE USING CUTICURA MOTHER GIVES IT PRAISE Several months ago my little boy now two and a half years old began to brook out w1tn itching sores I began to doo tor him and as soon as I got upinwould break out in another I was almost in despair Icould not get anything that would help him Ono oven ing I read a toe timonial from a lady who lad cured her littlo boy with Cuticura rbegan to uso tho Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and after using them three times tho sores commenced to heal Ho is now well and not a scar is loft on his body They have never returned nor left him with bad blood as ono would think Cuti cura Remedies are tho best I have over tried and they are surely great I housOahandythem to any ono who is suffering likewise I cannot give them too much praise Mrs William Geedlng 102 Washington St Attica Ind July 22r 1007 U ITCHING TORMENTS From little patches of eczema tetter milk crust psoriasis etc on the skin scalp or hands of infants children or adults are instantly relieved and speedily cured in the majority of cases by warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment the great Skin Cure assisted when necessary by mild doses of Cull cura Resolvent Cuticurji Remedies are guaranteed absolutely pure a1itowI uraRecolveat I 0etor in the form of ChofoUW ted pu 11 t vial t 80 to 1urlfr 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Prices see UK or write for catalog IICal110 Wiseman Son Market St Louisville Ky t J rJ QUEER TELEGRAPH POLES Mad of Adobe In Bolivia Growiro Trees Used In Africa The most original telegraph line In tho worlJ ouce extended from the salt ItsI of rollvla La Taz to the Own nf Oruro in this part of Bolivia there are no growing trees and wood U HO difficult to find that even the ordinary household furniture of the natives II invariably made not of wood but o dried mud or adobe So when the war broke out between Chile and Bolivia and a telegraph lint became urgent it was adobe that wi s chosen for the queerest telegraph poles in existence Those pillars were bulls on stone foundations antI measured about five feet square at the base with a height of about fifteen feet They were placed at Intervals of about 361 feet and thus held the wire at a height sufficient to clear the only animals of the country the llama and the donkey The total length of the line was 150 miles Among other curious telegraph lines Is the growing pole line erected In Uganda by an English engineer who could not find any dead wood which would withstand the white ants and hit upon the lidea of transporting grow Ing bark cloth trees to the side of the roads and using them as poles In the Dutch IEast Indies growing trees are turned to account also but there a wire Is stretched across Un road between the trees on either side and the Insulator Is suspended In Its middle and the line Is thus over the road and clear from vegetation Chi cago Tribune Watch Springs The watch curried by the average man Is composed of ninetyeight pieces and Its manufacture embraces more than 2000 distinct and ncpurate opera tioiiBIlnlraprlne win welgliH one twentt eth of a grain to the inch One mile of wire wclfflw letis than halt n pound The balaure gives live vibrations ev cry socond 200 every minute 180txi every hour 432000 every day and liCSOOOO every year The value of springs when finished and placed In watches Is enormous 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to a degree of which nobody at the outset in the career of the Republican party dreamed And oven its blindest and most bigoted enemies know that in all this progress and expansion the legislation of the Republican party bore a prominent part What it did for the countrys advancement in the past it is re peating now and under the administration of President Taft it will continue to repeat Here are the reasons why the great mass of intelligent Americans stand with the Republican party Hero are the reasons why they have just given their magnificent tribute of confidence to the party and why they have started it out on a now career of usefulness to the country Even the youngest of the voters who went to the polls two days ago remembers the excellent work for the country which the party has done in the past few years Its national irregation act its amendment to the interstate commerce act of 1S7 its meat inspection pure food antirebate employers liability and child labor laws have all won the countrys plaudits The Re publican party enacted the legislation by which the Panama Canal is being built and through which the benefits to the country will be large It has started a movement which will conserve the national resources and halt the destruction of thegreat bases of wealth It is shaping a policy which will result in giving deepwater communication between the Gulf of Mexico and the lakes which will make every important town on its courseChicago St Louis Memphis New Orleans and others seaports and which has for its ultimate purpose the improvement of every navigable stream in the country Thos- are all measures of practical policy All of these are the work of tin past five or six years All are within the easy recollection of every person who is old enough to vote The wise and patriotic policy which this programme covers is an evidence that the party which accomplished it or which has started it on foot is the party which the country needs to retain in office As the country gets larger its need will grow greater and the duty of every publicspirited citizen tt to give the Republican party his support becomes more and more urgentIn the campaign which has just closed tho Republican party was boset by diflicultics of unusual dimensions Tho panic the ieai ofnegro defection and the assaults made by some of the labor union chiefs conspired to hammer it throughout the campaign The rule has been that the party in power during a financial convulsion will be beaten in the ensuing election The Republicans were not responsible for tho industrial stagnation of the past twelve months but the Dem ocrats charged it to them and counted confidently on winning the election as a consequence Attempts were made by Democratic dem agogues to show that the Democracy would be a better friend of the black man than tho Republican party has been Charges of Republican hostility to labor were made during the campaign with a fre quency and a reckless disregard for truth which were relied on to turn the scale in the great industrial centers These obstacles were cusHy overcome by the Republicans In the face of as malignant and men dacious an opposition as the countiy hasever seen the Republican part has won a conspicuous triumph The prospects point to a longer period of sway for the Republicans now than they had during the civil war and reconstruction days In the congressional field the Republicans have already in unbroken duration beaten tho recor of those days The sixteen years of complete sway in both branches of Congress which tho Republicans have gained surpasses anything in the history of the Republicans and Democrats in the past Its four successive elections of a president is below the record of the partys earlier days but there is a fair prospect that many other elections of Republicans will follow The business of legislation be conies increasingly important as the country expands in population and in the volume and the variety of its industriesand this condition demands an especial intelligence in selecting a party which will deal wisely with the now problems Hero is why the Republican party was chosen Tho country dida grand days work for itself on Novcmbor 3St Louis Globe Democrat Secretary Root in a recent address to tho students of Hamilton Collegergave some sound advico to his young auditors saying among other things the following You aro now standing on the threshold of great opportunities In all tho ages never wore so many avenues to success open to the young man of power intellect and force of character Tali the countries of the earth there is not one in which these personal characteristics are in such demand as in thiss peaceful order 4 newcafcpf ours You are not to be f mere store liopesofri i f1TiiH tDo bdmVn8pounclless possibilities are yours You will either fail or attain the brightest success It iili not so much what you learn as what you become Now is tho time for character forming You are to bo greaband successful or failures in life You have that now which all the world enviesyouth It now rests with you to com mute that with capacity for happiness and power to work well pnd my best wishes go with you What is good advice for the stud nty at Hamilton is oybs and girls will appropriate this advice l takev it homo with them I and k i ztr = W ft QrljJ t YOUJVGER READERS Tho l f JfiS3 ia oNciwshlJo9 decided to give a column to its younger readers and opens it this week by publishing an interesting and delightful little story by Miss Florence Allen Fairloigh of Louis Illo11ho trust you will appreciate and enjoy this feature It will demand no little expense rind attention on our part but we are glad we are able to launch this Childrens Department and will exorcise our best efforts to make it attractive Next week wo will publish several Thanksgiving letters and if you did not write one enter our next contest which will be announced later In Trimble Henry Shelby and other counties says the Jlar rodsburg Democrat the Democratic committees adopted stringent rules against the use of money or whisky by any candidate in their primary elections and with excellent results Last Saturday nearly forty Democratic candidates lined up at Richmond and took a solemn oath that they would not use money whisky or any other improper influ once in tile primary election to be held in Madison county next Sat urday and that they would not allow their friends to do so This looks like death to bribery and drunkenness in elections and the destruction of the floatersa consummation most devoutly to be wished by people and candidates alike It is to be hoped that the Mercer county Democratic committee and candidates will follow tho excellent example set by our neighboring counties and eliminate these evils from our coming primary election If primary elections are held in Breckenridge county by either or both parties the above rules should bo adopted It is the only way to have clean fair elections and to secure good clean men to fill the offices 0 THE SHOW s Written by Florence Allen Fairleigh when She was 12 Years ofAge Chapter 1 And may I go too cried a tiny voice from within a tiny little person of three uNo Elsie you will be frightened at the big elephants They are just like the one in the parade and you know how they frightened youno darling it is best for you to stay and let brother go he will bring you home some nice popcorn and a red balloon said Mrs Thomas her mother So it was that Cecil Thomas with some other boy friends at hulfpast one put out for the dog and pony show Mrs Thomas wishing to go to see a very dear friend who was sick left soon after d nner leaving little Elsie to take her afternoon nap alone except for Clara her nurse who had company in the kitchen Elsie woke up rubbed her eyes and looked around the room no one was there not even ClarnoI1I sheewhined getting off the bed She stopped short Yes she could go to the show and ClAra woaldat know yes she would go and see the pretty ponies She got her hat and went to the front door couldntepush it open Her litt e face clouded thin it brightened HS if by magic She went softly upstairs got a little chair and went down again to the diningrooui window which was open She let down the chair then putting her feet first larded on the chair then jumped to the ground She ran along the pavement singing like a little bird thinking of the little monkeys and ponies she had seen in the parade There What was wasethe top of the tent She hurried on Chapter 2 The man who collected the tickets was evidently busy for he did not notice a little figure pats him and go into the t nt where the animals were Elsie looked carefully at them all and talked V to them as if they were persons After a while the band stopped and the people began to pour out Poor little Elsie She did not know which way to go She turned but the wrong way She passed through an opening of the tent and found herself in a place where trunks and pink tights and spangled girldentered and started in surprise And how did you like the show nij little one she said Oh very much she said allho she hadnt seen it at all only the animals The girl changed her present dress to a shabby skirt and waist and went out Elsie liked this pretty lady somehow altho she could not just tell why She examined the spangles on the waist and things of interest till she grew tired and teeing a pip of dirty rags behind a trunk she climbed over and in a little while was sound asleep Chapter 3 Elsie was wakened by a hoarse voice calling Look here is this Beatrices kidElsie rubbed her eyes andlookedan nojed then she remembered where she was and jumped up The show was over and she must be going home But how was she to get out The man To Aid a Farmers Wife A wonderful way of saving your table clothes and saving strength and time in laundering iit to use plate cloths Thavi plate cloths two yards in length for the sides of the table and one yard for each indo These are made of cheap cotton toweling eighteen inches in width slightly starched and pinned at corners v hen placed upon the table to proven their slipping1 into untidy positions JI make a centerpiece of a good grate flou Jcarr d out the trunks and other men were taking down the tent Come on sissy the carriage is go ing1 cried the same man who had waked her up Poor Elsie She had nothing to do but follow but vhy should the man say carriage She only lived a square away When she got outside she was very much frightened to find it dark and the moon shining bright She was hurried into the carriage and sat next to the lady whom the man railed Beatrice and whom he- met in the dressingroom As she passed by her house and went on and did not stop she was frightened and be gan to realize she was hungry and tired Elsie dared not let Beatrice tee her cry BO she hid her face and cried to herself After a while they reached the railroad station and were piled into a coa h She was told to undress and Beatrice poduced an old dirty nightgown which EUie put on The next thing she knew she was bumping along in a sleeper and the sun wasjust begining to rise Mean while at home they did not miss her tillat supper Whore is Elsie Clara asked Mrs Thomas when she came in- Upstairs I thfnk maam They both went upstairs but not finding Elsie Mrs Thomas grew worried She was up here asleep on the bed maam when I went downstairs She couldent have gotten out all the doors were locked and I was in the kitchen talking to Lizzie and I am sure she did not come out It And then poor Clara began to cry Oh never mind Clara we will find her soon said Mrs Thomas cheerfully altho she wasvtry much frightened her selfThey hunted around aud at last went downstairsOh you would look Mrs Thomas And there was the window open and the chair just as she had left it It had told the tale Mrs Thomas grew white then she fainted Poor Clara telephoned to Mr Thomas snd he made investigations and at last fouiii out that a man had seen her with the actors With a great deal of trouble he found where the show would be next and took the next train to a rather large town al out sixty milts south of Berreti in which they lived = aw Chapter 4 lIT- he train which bore the pony show pulled in at Recca The actors got off and went to a hotel Elsie was very I glad to get a good breakfast She felt very much better after breakfast mid they started for the showgrounds The men fixed up the tent and the pretty bareback riders changed tHeir street dresses for pink and yellow chiffon balM dresses At two when the show began a nicely dressed man au1 boy passed through the tent into the back part and there on Beatrices lap sat Elsie She glanced np then gave a glad cry and jumped into her fathers arms while Cecil kissed and hugged hdr Elsie got to go to every show that come after that rather than be carried with it of these I am able to use a tableclotb on my table for two or three weeks with out being much soiled and we live on u farm where it is considered a hard matter to keep tablecloths clean Mrs M E F New Idea Magazine The New Idea is excellent for De em ber and it sells for the remarkable low price of one nickle livetr RisersIyr4 lmgnend tbemAl m r NOTICE I TAXPAYERSAll December 1will be termed delinquents and the penalty will be added Please pay and delay further I cost I will be in Cloverport every Saturday until December 1I MILLER S B C llMILT tCARE OF EARTH ROADSII How Clay Roadbeds Treatment Differs From One Composed of Sand On clay roads n thin layer of sand gravel or ashes will prevent the stick ing of clay to the roller or to the wheels of vehicles Clay soils us a rule absorb water quite freely and soften when saturated but water does not pass through them readily When used alone clay is the least desirable of all road materials but roads com posed of clay may be created with sand or small gravel from which a comparatively hard and compact mass is formed which is nearly Impervious to water Material of this character found in tho natural state commonly known as hardpan makes when properly applied n very solid and durable road In soils composed of a mixture of sand gravel and clay all that is necessary to make a good road is to crown the surface and keep the ruts and holes filled and the ditches open and free While clay alone never makes a good road except in dry weather sand rTPICAIi CLAY ROAD IJBFOBB IMPROVE MENT alone never makes a good road except In wet Tho more the drainage of a sand road Is improved the more de plorable becomes its condition Noth ing will ruin one quicker than to dig a ditch on each side and drain all the water away The best way therefore to make such a road firm is to keep it constantly damp This can be done by planting shade trees along its sides to prevent the evaporation of water or by growing upon the surface of such sand roads a thick turf preferably Bermuda grass toads running thrpugh loose sand may be improved by mixing clay with the sand and slightly crowning the surface For the temporary improvement of earth or sand roads any strong fibrous substance especially if it holds mois ture such as refuse of sugar cane or sorghum and even common straw flax swamp grass or pine needles will be useful Spent tan bark is some times beneficial and wood fiber in any form is excellent Enough sand or earth should be thrown over such roads to keep them damp and protect them from catching fire Earth is composed of small irregular fragments which touch each other at points leaving voids between When tine earth Is broken up and pul verized these voids arc almost equal In volume to the solid particles and as a result the earth will absorb al most an equal volume of water In the building or maintaining of earth roads It is therefore very desirable that thoso small irregular particles be pressed and packed Into as small a space as lpossible In order that surplus wator may not pass in and de stroy the stability of the road To this end rolling is very beneficial The work of maintaining dirt roads will be much increased by lack of care in properly rolling the surface i Grading a Roadbed It Is simply extraordinary the lack of Judgment shown by many who un dertake to shape a roadbed The road allowance in various states covers sixtysix feet In rounding up the roadbed tho earth is sometimes moved toward the certer from nearly the entire distance of the width of the road This means that the ditches for carrying away the water aro not distant from the fences that hedge in the highway The roadbed is entirely too wide says the American Agricultur ist It cannot be sufficiently round ed toward tho center and as a result water doos not run off with sufficient quickness The temptation to spoil roads by grading them thus is all the stronger since road graders have como into use This result follows from the comparative quickness with which tho earth caD bo moved by these ma chines A distance of fortytwo to for tyfive tent between the outer edges 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home from Louis ville Sunday Mrs Truman Adams of Louisville is visiting relatives here Junius A Payne of California is the guest of Miss Carrie Pate Mrs George Mullen has been visiting Mrs Ed McAfee in Irvington Mr and Mrs C L McClanaban are the guests of Miss Jane Hambleton- Ed Mitchen of Louisvillehas a posi tion at Ed Alexanders store at Irving ton Mrs Lon Neafus of Ektou was the guest of Mrs W F Gilliland Wednes day Arch Frizzell was seriously hurt in a powder explosion at Cannelton Thurs daySend your order to the News office for engraved cards for Christmas presents MrsWmPumphrey has been visiting her sister Mrs Sallie Gross of Holt for several days Mrs Bowne and Mrs Phipps of Chester Penn are the guests of Mr and Mrs Edwin Bowne Mrs T N McGlothlan was called t Ekron Monday to ste her cousin Mrs Mary Barr who is very ill Robt Weatherford and auughterMiss Bessie B of Harned went to Narrows this week to visit his brother W A Welder of Paducah and WL Whitteu of Euifield have been aj the St George Hotel several days Mrs John Wendelkn and daughter have returned to Mt Carmel UK after visiting Mrnnd Mrs Henry Wendelkeu Oscar Bl tine returned Friday to Hop kinsville after spending several days with relatives here and n Stephensport Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough and Robert Moorman of Glemleuue were the guests of Mrs Fred Ferry Friday Wm Wendelken of Elkton S D is visiting his brother H W Wendelken He will leave this week for South West TexasMr mid Mrs Chas Miler and Miss Vivian Miller of Cannslton ind were guests of Mr and MrsLeighton Perkins and Miss Virginia Harris Sunday Accidents will happen but the hest regulated families keep Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the hurts The Central Methodist of Louisville Ky official organ of the Louisville Methodist conference has been merged with the Methodist Advocate of the West Virginia confe ence under the title of Central Methodist Advocate This is the trademark of Scotts 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tare well pleased and that Mr Doran is clerking in the grocery store of his soninlaw Mrs A Moorman has returned from Louisville after a visit to her son Raymond Mrs Ada Meador and son Oak are running the hotel now since Mr John went to Louisville Miss Wivie Stith of Hill Grove spent several days hbre laSt week with the Misses Moorman Dr C B Witt and Ben Clarkson spent several days in Louisville last weekMrs Dally Skillman of Mays Grove was the guest of Mrs Wiseheart SundayJ Harned sold to Foster Lyons 100 acres of land for 1200 Messrs Shumate and Coffman of New Salem have been the guests of Misses Malllssa Norris and Maud Scott Mr Payne of Bewleyville has been the guest of Mrs Mable Scott 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 t ouble Dont risk it Put your lungs back in perfect health and stop that cough wih Bal lards Horehound Syrup Price 2Ce sOc and 100 per botle Sold by A R Fisher City of Irvington Returns of Election held for the offices of Town Trustees anl Police Judge last Tuesday show the following Trustees Mat Payne 2j votrs S P Harks 21 votes Morris Jolly 49 votes T R Blythe 61 votes Police Judge Ed F Alexander 72 votes Kennedys Laxative Cough Syruo not only heals irritation and allays InJlam 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 HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Hbmeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 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 viaL H St L Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except wtek followitg4th Monday There is One Paper There is at least one paper in the world which is not printed far mone tary gain and that one is Our Dumb Animals which has been published at Boston for the past forty years by George T Angell who is known the world over as the great human educa tor Mr Angell has devoted his life In speaking for those that cannot speak for themselves and with his age in the eighties he retains all his faculties and continues the good work with the vigor of a youth He sends his paper to every newspaper and magazine in the country and considers his greatest work that of talking through his iiaperto the thousands of editors of the country who in turn talk to their thousands of readers in same way The following announce ment in the current issue adds to the above comment fiver since begin ning our present humane work forty years ago we have made it a rule of life to avoid everything and everybody that might interfere with our in dependence of thought and action and so have invariably refused to take any advertisements at any price for this paper the first of its kind in the worldTroy Weekly Call Oct 10 A Tiny Baby cant tell you in words 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 L tfwher GLENDEANE Victor Neuling of Louisville was the guest of Miss Maud Mattingly Sun day and Monday Cleve Hendrick and Miss Zoe Matt ingly of Hardinsburg were the guests of Miss Jonnie Moorman Saturday and SundayCol L Robertson is in Louisville this week Hon D C Moorman spent Thursday in Hardinsburg Miss Nancye Mattingly is very ill at this writing Mr Wash Matthews one of our most Honored citizens died Thursday at the age of seventynine Mr Matthews had been ill for several months and his death was expected We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Mr and Mrs Victor Matthews of Owensboro came up Friday to attend the funeral of his father Mr Wash MatthewsMr Mrs Tate of Leitchfield are here to attend the funeral of Mrs Tates father Mr Wash Matthews The trait set fire to a portion of Mr W R Moormans farm near Rock vale and did considerable damage Miss Naneye Smith of Fordsville spent Friday with her brother Mr A E SmithMr Mrs C L Fisher and Mr Mrs AE Smith spent Sunday in Basin Springs Mesdames JC Bolton P B Hoskins and J B Hoskins and daughter Max ine Eliot were guests of Mr and Mrs Walker Brown of Irvington last week Mr and Mrs F M Powell spent Friday In Hardinsburg Mrs J B Hoskins is visiting Mr and Mrs E P Rogers of Fordsville Miss Maxine Eliot Hoskins has been very siclj but is better now MasterPhil Dempster is the guest of his grand parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of Irvington Miss Mildred Moorman was given a surprise party Thursday night Those present were Misses Nell Dempster Mable Howard Fannie Moorman Betsey Moorman and Mesers Robert Curtis and Joe Moorman Miss Lhwie Mattingly was thrown from a horse Tuesday and sprained her arm very seriously Miss Ada Mattingly entertained Monday night Those present were Misses liable Hoskins Edna Mattingly and Sadie Eskridge and Messrs Paul Matt ingly Archie Burnutt and Robert Curtis Colored Folks The colored folks have n skating rink in Pophams building Henry France has returned from West Point Albert Roberts has returned from Webster FOR SALEOne pair of ball bearing 1400 skates for 200 Have not been used much News Office Renew Subscriptions it Mrs L M Robards of Clarksdale Miss renewed her subscription to the News last week and in her letter she asked to be remembered to all her friends 000 Mrs Sue E Wedding of Rome In1 sent in her renewal to the News and at the close of her letter she said 1 cant do without the good old News ob o Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfodts office Read This Appropriate Christmas Presents For Men Are Engraved Cards Gift Books- Stationery Printed Engraved Stationery Magazines One Years Subscription To The Breckenridge News Send your order to The News Office Cloverport Ky Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ointment It cured me permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Al- aNOTICE Notice is hereby given that no hunting will be allowed on my farm Any persons so doing will be prosecuted DICK CARTER Cloverport Ky t Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST Office Over CLOVERPORT anckui4s k Kh TUCK e TAR WATERPROOF ROADS Expert Approves Binding Material For Stone Metaling- In an article summing up the work of the International ronds congress re cently held in Paris a coutritiutor to Nature tho leading Eirglieh scientific weeklyI says On a matter of cojumon interest that is the substitution of tar or bitu minous binding material In place of the water hitherto used to consolidate end hold together the road material the congress practically gave a unani mous answer This was to the effect that If the tar be put on in the correct quantity and this quantity the small est required to hold the individual stones of the road metal firmly in po sition so that they never roll or move in relation to one another and their upper surfaces are allowed to wear themselves bareof thr it Is not difficult to obtain at moderate expense n waterproof road which will be practi cally dustless and which need not be slipperyIt certain also that the annual cost will be considerably less than the cost of the existing water bound roads It may be here remarked that ow- Ing to the cautiousness and hence the reticence of some of the most Impor tant of our road authorities the true position of England which now pos sesses the greatest lengths of carefully waterproofed roads of any country in the world was not put forward so much as might have been the case It was interesting to converse with American engineers who on account of the importance of road develop went in America are studying this question very closely and to hear from them how much more they could learn by visiting our English roads than anywhere in France at any rate near the capital GOOD ROADS AS MONEY SAVER Lay Sermon by Curtis Hill on Gospel of Better Highways Curtis Hill the state highway engi neer Is sending to the people of Missouri pamphlets for spreading the gos pel of good roads Here is a copy It is right that people should fear a heavy tax rate and should prevent taxes from becoming exorbitant A certain amount of taxes however Is necessary to provide for public Insti tutions and to improve the country A low tax rate does not necessarily mean a public saving Not tho amount of money spent but the judicious expend Ituro of It should be our position Road improvement should keep abreast with tho growth of th6 tats No one Internal Improvement is more essential to the prosperity and advancement of the state than good highways tine reason the roads are not Improved is because the people fenr they cannot afford it It must however be borne In mind that no road official no mutter how efficient he may be can build roads without funds Permit me to quote from a letter of one of our county highway engineers We hnvo sonic very attractive scenery In our county but the only safe way to soo It Isi hi an old fashioned farm wagon or by airship When I first came to this county I could not understand why people with such good road material at hand had no hotter roads This was twent five years ago and at pres ent the roads are worse than they were then The reason is plain from the following figures Total mileage of roads about 2000 road fund 190470 not quite 1 a mile for road maintenance The Dust Problem After highways have been once well tarred spraying on alternate years Is said to Ikeep them In good order Dustless roads as the remedy for the dust nuisance has appealed to Belgians so forcefully that they are talking of making quite a number of them The Royal Automobile Club of Eng land will during the winter devote the most of Its energies to a study of the dust problem All the experiments abroad have gone to show that it will be a problem of road rather than car construction that will finally solve the dust question Throe years experiments on the Llu cola park system of Chicago have shown that the best road so far as a dustless condition and wearing sur face are concerned is one made of a limestone foundation with a lightly rolled torpedo sand top dressing Good Roads School Georgias State College of Agriculture will hbld a good roads school in January Commissioners of all the counties and all persons Interested will be Invited to attend a live days ses sion at Athens Ga when a number of road building experts will deliver lectures during each morning The afternoons will be taken up in Inspec tions of roads In the vicinity During the session a United States govern ment expert will build a mile of road according to methods approved by the bureau of roads Manufacturers have been Invited to make exhibits of machinery Tarring of Roads Road tarring Is becoming a habit in the automobile districts of England The old method of applying with baud brushes Is now being abandoned In fa whicbISair brush Tho tur Is in a large tank and two men pump air Into It while a third goes about the road with a pipe having four outlets through which the air throws the tar In tine spray This rapidly and thoroughly coats the road Band Is then sprinkled and the dust h laid for good f V- 1I THE BAZAAR ISa quiet a success Many ladies ad I fancythings If you did not get out during the week come now and see the display of ILaurdryI I IIPenBags Pillow Pin Cord and CollarII Dont forget the Center Piece and four skeins SilK Floss for only 25- cBROIIJ C NOLTE CLOVERPORT KY aIIr11M11ANWW1AIIA VVVYIM IIWMM gYY MMAMVM N Ij2LtL Rrir1 Cadick Milling Co n I 11 I IDontForget II- jj Us J fFoundryffI Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work We carry a full line of Plum bers 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permanent cure is the resultThis simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleauae the eliminative tisues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain frcrn the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not oul Rheumatism but numerous other diseasei Every man or woman hee who feels that their kidneys me not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary troulle whAt tvtr should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggists say they will either supp y the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers aec them Just Like Her Hewitt I didnt know that you lived on the first floor I understood your wife to say that you lived on the soc ond floor Jowett If you knew my wife you would know that she always ntretclios a storyExchango They Married Trotter who has been abroad Bo Maud and Charlie finally married Miss HomerYes Trottor I suppose they are happy Miss Homor Undoubtedly they each married somt one else Chicago News What do wo live for If not to tnikc life less difficult to oath othor Georp Eliot Its a Crime to neglect your health The worst neg lect that you can be guilty of iis to allow cotwtiration biliousness or any livtr or bowl trouble to contir ue It iis poison Ing your entre system and way lead to a serious chronic disease Take Ballard Her bine and get absolutely well The tare care fur any and all troubles of- the stomach liver and novels Sold by A a Firwr A Comfort When Traveling- A bottle of spirits of camphor IH n friend to I relied upon when travell ing for it quicklyI relieves many dis comfortsIf day be warm and everything Eeoms sticky and grimy bathe the face with camphor It frees the pores of accumulation of waste matter bright ens the eyes and is cooling and Invli oratingA camphor In water would often relieve n sick stomach caused by train motion and heat Camphor will keep away mosquitoes Bays a writer If the exposed portion of the body be bathed with it and It Is excellent to use us a wash when one has been bitten by an Insect Belle So Maude has accepted Char ley Would you have accepted him If you had Item in her place LenaVery likely She was in his lap at the time Agonies Of Pain Never give up and think that all women yourself Included have to suffer pals- Thousands of women have writ ten to tell how they have cured their womanly Ills and relieved their pains and over a Million have been benefited in various other forms of female disease dur- Ing the past 50 years by that popular and successful female remedy WIRE OE CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF havebeen Kytt I bad suffered with bad cramping spells pains la my back sides bearlngdownatu gone as a result of using CarduL At All Druggists ADVICEIttatoms to dle ddvtsory Dep Codl TUFT IN THE ISLHDSS Why McKinley Sent the Judge to the Philippines STRONG HONEST AND TACTFUL Relinquished Certainty of Elevation to Supreme Bench at Callof Duty Proved His Ability as a Nation BuilderA Real AltruistIIn the beginning of our occupation of the Philippines the problems there were military Nothing of civil func tions could be essayed until the rebel lion had been put down In the midst of this the first Philippine commission was sent out to look over the situation as bearers of the blessings of a IIber ating rather than n conquering nation as President McKinley wrote The commissioners decided that It was a bad mess Mr McKinley was advised to try to do nothing by civil power but to give a military governor full sway This would have been a fatal orror Any continuance of the military govern ment beyond tho time when Its stern restrictions were required to induce pcaco and maintain It would still fur ther have jeopardized the trust of the natives in our good faith And it had already been so strained that it tfOuld stand no moro tension Tho people at home too were grow ing thoroughly out of conceit with the little brown brother Our appetite had become sated of military conquest Too many long narrow boxes were shipped over sea and land for Inter ment in village churchyards too many mothers mourned sons dene to death by bullets or bolo to support general conviction in tho doctrine of expan sion We thought wo had no prototype of Cromer no giants of colonial admin istration upon whom Mr McKinley might call to lay the foundations of a superior civilization with specific ret orence to the needs of the people to be governed and with definite reference to the welfare of the Islands both ma tonal and moral as he had put it There was dearth of men wholly In harmony with the presidents conception of what our national duty to tho Filipinos comprised who would con stantly bear In mind that It was liber ty they wanted liberty that they should have as Mr McKinley had promised pledging our faith as a na tion liberty as ho wrote of the whole Filipino people and not of a decimal fraction of them who through the leadership of education and prop erty have acquired ti domination over the grent mass Mr Taft hind not been thought of If his sentiments on the Philippine ques tion was known it was indent that ho was neither a believer In Air McKIn leys policy nor In our ethical right to be In the Islands Said the president one day to the then secretary of state William II Day I want a man who is strong honest and tactful a man of education and executive ability n man who Is fearless but conservative who will get along with the army people Judge Taft fills the bill if lie will take the Job said Mr Day In a stroke of inspirational genius They sent for Judge Taft who was then on the su premo court bench and told him what was wanted He shook his head I cannot be of use to you there Mr President he answered I didnt want to take the Philippines It was a mistake The president regarded him musingly for a moment then Nor did I want to take them said he I Had to There was nothing else I to do We must build a new nation out there I want you to help us I Secretary of War Root added his persuasions He showed both sides of the medal to Judge Taft Perhaps he was motived more shrewdly than be affected for he descanted upon the dif ficulties of the task compared with the congenial and relatively easy work that Judge Taft had upon the bench with the almost ultimate certainty ol being elevated to the supreme court lIe must forego all this said Mr Root I But what a chance offered in the dlaIpet bring Into being a nation Such arguments I turned the tide Judge Taft ac cepted one of those duties which to I notIward there was In his mind the con eluding paragraph of the instructions given him by the president A high and sacred obligation rests upon the government of the United States to give protection for property and life civil and religious freedom and wise firm and unselfish guidance In the paths of peace and prosperity tall the peoplos of the Philippine Islands I charge this commission tc labor for the full performance of this obligation which concerns tho honor and conscience of their country in the firm hope that through their labors nil the people In the Philippines may come to look back with gratitude to the day when God gave victory to tho Amerl can arms at Manila and set their lan d under the sovereignty and the protec- tIon of the people of the United States Altruistic perhaps but Mr Taft IIs an altruist It needed an altruist tc compass the requirements specified Ir the quotation to tho letter and pave the way for the fulfillment of Mr Me Klnleys firm hope as Mr Taft has done The Republicans will revise the tar- Iff and they will revise It so tliat tt American workingman shall Buffer low of wages or pay more to ill hIs dlnaei pallM Thousands Have Kidney yITrouble and Never Suspect it Provnlcncjr of Kidney Disease Most people do not realize the alarming increase and remarkable prevalency sent kidneydiseaseWhile lorders are the most common diseases that pre vail are almost the last recognized by patient and physicians who tl l with doctoring the effects ten while tentse the orig0II inal disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish 111 curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects mobility to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night Time mild and tlSwampRootais soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both free by mail Address Dr ktlamcr 4C Co Bing they eon hamton N Y When Homo of examp root writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Dont make any tnistaknbut remember tli tmmu SwampHoot rr Jtilxi nr t1I11I liNth mill till vMrwis IMiiuliunitor N Y up iu liven to tif- BUILTIN SEATS Inexpensive Furnishings For the Com fortable Cozy Corner Builtin seats that are afterthoughts are often a grent improvement in the appearance of a roam and they can be successfully managed If one keeps In mind the principles upon which archi tecture stands Separate seats are rarely us effective as those that are stationary though It must bo admitted that comfort goes oftenor with the former than It does with the latter Any kind of a seat whether It is an attached part of tho room or a mova ble piece of furniture should ho com fortable to sit In first of all and then attention should bo given to its uphol storing Comfort can be achieved only by the use of springs or very soft luxurious cushions and where the sent is large the cushions should to plentiful Dirt collects on the spat part more than It does on tho back and aides Therefore it lis n good Idea to have the seat cushion removable se that It can be cleaned and aired frequently and the cushion reversed occa sionally It is not always agreeable to have a window cut iu over a soot of this kind on account of hafts If there Is any crack through which a cold wind can find its way then It Is sure to strike disagreeably against the neck or shoulders of one enjoying the com forts of the sent Tho effect of a win dow especially a mullloned one is too pleasant however to allow the draft feature a groat deal of consideration It Is the housewife who has learned by experience about the dust and the cold air that go with this charming bit of furnishing who votes ngilnst it another time But whether there is a whitlow or not and if there is it should swing out instead of Innoth ing should be placed above the sent to Interfere with ones leaning back When pictures shelves and other or naments occupy places that by right belong to the person In the sent then tnHOL8T Inn IN AURAS OLOTU the one great charm of the lounging place Is lost It has ceased to bo com fortable There Is an endless variety of In- expensivet furnishings that look well and do not bring a pang to the house i wifes heart when they begin to show thin offsets of sunshine and usaira KILL THE COUCH IAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery j109rRFnaqr 4UAIBANTBEDBATIIPAGT0O JI OB HOMEY BBOTVDXD rThe Bank of Hardinsburg and r Trust Company 1 B F BEARD President 11 IL BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier t 3 per cent on time no more Three per cent is as much as f best banks in this state pay and as much as any t J vw MJ1hrr DUCKBEES SEEDS SUCCEED I GPECIALOFFER Slade to bun New nurinre A trial will make you our pormanent customer Prize Collection ltAlAtrvarteaHtLitt 11 the flnett TRp1IItndldi Vlo8 best vane iett10liprlrg aorine nlnr3anehlestoanU- GArtANTLEl1 TO IUCAhU Write today Mention this Paper SEND tO CENTS to enrtr rofe en i KeMof ud tKlt tkln vntunMec- elkcthm of Sot U pwtpftld tryotMr with my bill i k Initnitlr ItuoAuI Sei u 4 tlait Hook teal ll about th lic toilf CtcU riMtettC 0 BueklseI m WI 4 iSSWHRSL orerorrne ns Toe raETfltfiiar e ccflcilco for certain kinds of rooms for bed rooms particularly and for living rooms which arc furnished In the chintz period A new kind of open mesh fabric that Is being used for curtains and cushion tops has large square openings through which a col ored lining shows When this material is used for hangings at a window no lining is needed but for all other purposes a substantial foundation of this kind must be provided Arras cloth Is always In favor on ac count of its good wearing qualities the variety of colors it comes In and Its generally good effect with almost any style of furniture It can be used either plain or decorated with coarse I needlework with applique or with stenciling Any one of those treat monts will be highly satisfactory Schooling For a Princess- It is significant that oven the Prin cess of Wales Is a believer In the advantages of class room education as over against the old tutorial methods commonly employed in the education of royalty The Princess of Wales bo lleves that girls should have every advantage of modern education and so Is considers g sending her daughter the Princess Mary to school Princess Mary who Is a clever little needlewoman and is already very well advanced In her studies for a child of her age would undoubtedly find les sons far more interesting If she had classmates of lion own age to compete with It is therefore by no means unlikely that she will be sent to school strays Home Notes Of course In that case she would have her private suit of rooms and her own go unices In attendance but tier lessons would be taken with the other pupils and she would be treated us one of them Just as Prince Ed ward Englands future king is it present only one of tho many cadets it Osborne I Watched Fifteen Years For fifteen yenrs I have watched theI working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boil ulceror burn to which it was applied 1ItE has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25c at Severs drug store NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land owners of Breckenridge county Ky residing near Oloverport hereby give notice to all persons that we forbid hunting and killing game or trapping or gathering hickory nuts or tresspass ing on our said premises either through the day or at night or at any time from and after this date without tire writt n permission of the owner Anyone known to be guilty of such trespassing will be prosecuted to ihe extent of tb law November 7th 1908 F Fraize Glint Murray L 0 John son George Harris H E Beavin Nat Taul C B Elder W 8 Ashbey J M Beavin Louis Sahli Joe P Smart John Jennings L L Waggoner Forre t Jennings J E Smith J B Chapin Chas E Chapin J M Mullen W R Blain J D Seaton W R Burdett Walter Meador J F Carter A A Miller J C Furrow W B Allen J W Smith F Kennedy C W Moor man Leo Hinton Walter Barboe D M Taul Thos Satterfield J A Hinton N S Benard Mrs L V Thompson S C Hendrickson I F Isome Wm N Johnson E B Oglesby J W Isome Enola Raiferty Joseph Elder C F Mattingly Jr W Stone O R Hardin John Warfield Harvey Owen Thos ItyanJohn C MatthewsThos M Miller Screened Lump Best screened lumpcoal from Hancoc mines a better coal than the old Sloa n coal furnished in car load lots on tractt at Cloverport for 10 cents a bushel ot eighty pounds th W Newnn i Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS Morris Eskridgo G W Beard D Sr Richardson Dr A M Kincheloe C V Robertson B F Beard fPays deposits safely managed paytSEEDS e W II BOWWER President A B SKILMUN Cashier F L Lianxroox Vico resldent CnAg SKiLiMAN AsstOashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK d Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000fInsured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited t peIem IstNMNNtMllp llliDiN M t1N J I The Carlsbad of America I French Lick and West Baden Springs I IndINow reached by direct line of I theI I Southern Railway I Leave Evansville 7 20 am 220 pm I Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 III Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pmITroy 7 35 am 2 32 Arrive French Lick10 20am 5 45 pm fmjArrive West BadenIO 30 am 5 55 p in riDailyExcept Sunday fROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Etfansville to French Lick3 16 To West Baden 3 20 fRocltportto I I 252 256 C mne1tonIe 2 72 2 76 II Tell City 2 60 264 ITroyII 2 44 2 48 IE IndI IndIIEj I + I 7 THE I Fifth Avenue i HOTEL Louisville Ky f PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 228 1 of TUB most centrally located aril firstclass 200 rate hotel In the city onlII one from the principal tsbopplngdistrlct and two blocks from the principal theatres cars pass tbedoor to all parts A of the I S5S 53 5S 53 33 5 53 V CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO iNCOKrOKATED Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed PAS E CALDWELL LELAND WEBB i W HUNTER President General Manager Treasurer Secrptarr 1I htlr 1f 1850tI A Week girl was petting wG a week She took our course and IIAin 18 year 50 week 1250 increase week SG50 in Bookkeeping and Shorthand costs 80 After paying I 80 she has 570 profit in year In 10 years her salary will amount to 9620 If you are ambitious enrollnow Get trained Make good money Holda pleasant and prof itable position Do it Now Right now Success Guaranteed Clarks School of Business 937 and 1035 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY I Digestionk I Mary 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a NfsfuGrElectrici Bitters in a case acute indi KeltOPtpromptl this testimonial f If Only block m Street cityIy = HUME T D Jr a a a a fully convinced that for stonjscli and liver troubles Electric Bitters Is the best remedy on the market today this greet tonic and and alterative m di culcJnyi orates the sy Um I purifies the blood and ia especially helpful in all forms of female weakness Stka Ivef r C 1wordiiotbcr gI- ii er him is1 iwl Nevi I s main Q lUslug him 1 ivcl and ul iIY joys J II sat swims tJ J11 thereb Pereforc Ii 91ate of- nIn market men and j tSlycnturcs 1 ti terapastam feor the b r asrI DO uses to fen tho st Bis luxurl lag1ng WL ils ndvnnt it a bulle- WQrdsman Dan in tht tm to gaff nenoure w he monste i lIce shiest r ho will j lam Inglis t y CHAN- The Rule s Ta There at hat wlll Jarlo 1- actors sot oanks Um- ol1ng systs- 16cond the f chance un In Ion Xtsl 11 rup seAl 1 Itsjmc mnenvar nvarme mema 144 er of one up n limit on t fraucsw I thing ove sees by tI very ofte ten that bemlaulutbc utbcui f Jig aothck I lop caret In bristle nine be A t iOni I 1 If ti- woman is a BV We contra 1h peit61J rtals ty a- 1LYE VEG Fortheft Jdrs M ansaw was to Mpebfoad foadty utIrs rsRoad 1 X j know table niet- tlarch operat n jest L PJ au tc CF01 FolaIltmt 1 LOm stand aridb I L mom displ IIt1op to 1 om- fhc htnl i y isitj jw tfZfJm Ise TTi TTT T TTii tr e a a a i I 1 t I t I 1I 1r r 1 I 1- i R i S I THE SWORDFISH rof the Sea and the Daintiest I Feeder That Swims wowlflsh is the overlord of the either the whale the shark nor 7 other giant of the deep can con ijI or him in private fight or public iwl Nevertheless Ire is peaceful in 3 main and seeks the simple life uislng himself often with worldwide jI gustnjl I tint swims always kills hU own gamo tl thereby insures its freshness i therefore his flesh is a delight to the plate of mankind and wherefore I jln men go forth to kill him for j upondenturesjgjjrsand the shooting of grizzlies pale ifo pastimes for the weary weakllus For the bold Swordfish is still hunted I niodo as primitive as that tho Eskl Wcusos to kill the stupid whale and f nen the sting of the harpoon changes l ihis luxurious ocean gastronome into t tnfglng water devil quick to perceive speedftfisber91nlira to gaff Then must the fisherman nensure with exactness the lunge of he monster avoid it by a marvel of lice sidestepping in a plunging dory ir ho will be spitted like a lark W1I i lam Inglis In Harpers Weekly if W CHANGES IN GAMBLING f The Rule of the Unexpected at the HJk Tables In Monte Carlo J There are systems some will say hat will defeat the bank at MonteYIIl Twoaictorslojaiiks limit which prevents tho dou ioFlng system so often advocated the jj6cond the extraordinary idiosyncrasies f chance Red or black will often tin In long series I saw fifteen reds f V up In succession on ono occasion j seen uneven numbers In an un tseriesi on another One even 51 a losing day I was playing on FIht six numbers and persistently tV Jme hours the last twelve num tip tipnvnrlably turned up Once I saw I me up tour times In succession i mathematically It should here 11 144 coups to make it show that er of times and still more strange on this occasion each time i- t1aI up a gentleman had staked the I limit on the numbernnmely ISO i francswinning in ten minutes some I thing over 24000 francs One readily sees by these Instances the unexpectel very often happens in fact more of ten that notArthur Hewitt In Bohemian Magazine Jto 1The Hog other animal has been more modi By civilization and none reverts typeipfithc iiflhg wild suffice to turn tho eooth round short snouted razor ck or hazel splitter thin lank Ileggy lop eared sharp snouted an Ishmnol In bristles running like n deer If run nine be possible flshtins as only II A SURGICAL OPERATION i If there is any ono thing that a woman dreads more than another it JoperationtpWe fear of a contradiction that there are hun Jrdcis thousands of operations tP9iGrmectupon women in our hos pitals which are entirely unneces wry and many have been avoided by tLYDIAEPINKHAM5 VEGETABLE COMPOUND ij For proof of this statement read itbe following letters KingmanItnaasP M1ror eight years I suffered from the- itrorteevereform of feniala troubles ajid iwi tol UbatMi operation was my only iBMMof rNbYcy lwrote Mrs llnkhII- wa4ITi1adtOOkLd1a B Pinkhwts YMetahlej Compound and it has fared js jrfaadrma o sties well woman ff IJlrIArlhur R House of Church sRoftd Moorestowzu N Jtwrites V 1 I feel It is my duty to let people YegrlaboCompoundI draXerd from female troubles and last Xare my physician decided that- perattoD aa was necessary My husband I e jcted and urged me too try Lydia CompoundziltiIIACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink r ms Vegetable Compound made nom roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills AMhas positively cured thousands o A jirpmen who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera fibroid tumors irrQ S ivies io pains and backache 8 Pinkliam invites all sick women to writs her for advice r torf wua nog cnn ngut when battle IB mi perntlve The tusks which have boon half obliterated In the process of rlvl Hzatlongct bark size and strength At a year old they are formidable n4 two murderous at throe or fire more deadly than n sword They afford r certain Index of age up to six yftirs but are commonly broken in fights long before that time Wildt boars arc very 111 tempered and when worsted In fighting often revenge themselves by ripping the bark from trees as high as they can reach MAGIC GLASS A Curious Mirror That May BI Mad Transparent One of the most curious Inventions of this age is what is called platinized glass A piece of glass Is coated with an exceedingly thin layer of n liquid charged with platinum and then raised to a red heat The platinum becomes united to the glass in such a way na to form an odd kind of mirror The glass has not really lost Its transparency and yet If one places It against a wall and looks at It he sees his imago as in an ordinary looking glass But when light Is allowed to come through the glass from the other side as when It Is placed In a window it appears perfectly transparent like ordinary glass By constructing a window of plati nized glass one could stand closo behind the panes in an uulllumlnated room and behold clearly everything going on outside while passersby look Ing at the window would behold only a fine mirror or set of mirrors in which their own figures would be reflected while tho person inside remained In visibleIn various tricks have been contrived with the aid of this glass In one a person seeing what appears to bo an ordinary mirror approaches it to gaze upon himself A sudden change in tho mechanism sends light through the glass from the back whereupon it Instantly becomes transparent and the startled spectator finds himself confronted by some grotesque figure that had been hidden behind the magic glassNew York Tribune SPEED LAWS OF 1816 Coaches Going Nine Mlle an Hour Frightened the English The outcry dally growing louder in England against tho excessive speed of motor cars lends interest to the fol lowing passage from the Annual Regis ter for 1810 A new coach wns started In the spring to run to Brighton a distance of fiftytwo miles in six hourseThis however became alarming par ticularly In the populous neighborhood of Newlngton through which It passed and the parish officers there caused in formation to be laid against the driv ers for driving furiously on the public road so as to endanger tho lives of his majestys subjects The result of this Is to be rend In Mansards Parliamentary Reports Juno 10 181G The attorney general moved for leave to bring in n bill the object of which was tho prptectlon of the lives and limbs of his majestys subjects by correcting the enormous abuses of stagecoach drivers Within these few days it would bn hardly credible what a number of applications he had re ceived on this subject Some nccounts were enough to freeze one with horror A gentleman of ve racity had Informed him that on Tues day May 21 at 530 the Trafalgar and Regulator conches set off from Manchester and got to Liverpool nt 820 doing this Joufuay In two hours fifty minutes nt tho rate of twelve miles an hourNew York Sun Seven Year Of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds an i for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs saysVV V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for cqughs and colds lagrippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemo rrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development pneumonia Sold under guarantee ai Severs drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Fiji Islanders Sugar Cane Danced very curious and exceedingly clev er dance may bo witnessed In Fiji call ed by the natives the sugar cane meke or sugar cane dance It rep resents the growth of the sugar cane In the first figure the dancers squat low on the ground shako tllelrIleads- shut tkelr eyes ollnQ r murnmr slowly aad softjy an unintelligible sentence i Gradually they all stand up together ftQWlpg taller and taller I and as they grow they ware their arms and tremble alt over from ankle to head like the tall tasseled cane waving in thee wind and atlll they keep fn chant fng louder and louder The last fig ure represent a series of combats meant to symbolize the exattioas of the chiefs who compel tbs fkttal willing and unwilling to come and cut their crops London Standard A Comparison- In a certain store there Is a salesman named Green Small Clarence learned his name and said Say Mr Green theres a man living two doors from us who has a name the same color as yours A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound healthkeeps you well a I L Equipped Smokeless Iyou be t one another hour Turn the or as as you please =theres no dangerno smokeno Lust direct intense heatthats because of the Ieautifull finished in nickel japanornaj I menial anywhere The brass loft holds I quarts giv I 3Sr mP sludenta bright steady lightideal reador study by Made of brassnickel plated latest im proved central burner Every lamp warranted If your dealer does not carry Perfection Healer and Kayo Lamp write our nearest agency A ROYAL FUNERAL Strange Ceremonies That Mark thj Burial of a Spanish King Strange nnd almost weird is the cer emonial which accompanies the burial of Spanish kings The pantheon or royal tomb Is at the palace of the Escurlal situated 3000 feet above the level of the sea HId some distance from the capital Only kings queens and mothers of kings are burled there the coffins of the kings 1 lying on ore side those of the queens on the other After 1lying in state for several days In the throne room in Madrid an enor mous procession is formed accompany ing the body to the Kscurial A halt Is made on the way and the corpse rests there for one night In the morning the lord high chum berlain stands at the side of the colllu and says In loud tones Is your inajos ty pleased to proceed on your Jour ney After n short silence the pro cession moves on and winds up to the grand portal of the palace These doors are never opened except to ad mit a royal personage dead or alive When the casket containing the re mains is at last placed In the vault the chamberlain unlocks It and kneel Ing down calls with a loud voice Senor Senor Senor After a solemn pause he cries again Ills majesty does not reply Then it is true tho king is dead He then locks the coffin gives the key to the prior and taking his staff of office breaks it in pieces and flings them at the casket The booming of the guns and the tolling of bells nn nounce to the nation that tho king has gone to his final resting place Her Exercise Many renders think insufficient exer is responsible for worrying moods Dare I whisper It writes one cor respondent Though I am n married woman with two bonnie bairns when my worries and temper prove too much for me I shut myself up in my room and dance a wild Scotch reel I al ways did it when I got In a temper as a child as a sort of vent to my feel ings and I do it still and probably shall continue to do so as as Im sufficiently energetic Certainly a Scotch reel ought to provide enough exercise to exorcise any demon of worry If lack of exercise is the cause of ItHome Chat A Bad Quarrel Why dont you try to get him to straighten up Hes his own worst enemy Well Its pretty bard to patch up that kind of a quarrel Loulsvlllo Courier Journal Describing the Climate Is your climate changeable asked thestrangerNot answered Farmer Corn tossel It keeps shlftln around a little till It strikes a kind of weather nobody likes then It sticks Wnsb Ington Star- DcWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled in cases of weak back back ache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic pains and all urinary dis orders They are antiseptic and act promptly Etery 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 are dangerous Get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Regular size sQc Sold by all druggists u I Where the I Door Opens- Constantly You can quickly heat and keep cozy the draughty hall or cold room no matter what the weather conditions muchI II I real comfort you can have from r PERFECTION Oil Heater I II with DevIceIwouldnt without low smokeless highI H and weighteasilyI theTto draft Oil COMPANYIncorporated cise long How He Managed It The bishop of Richmond told a good story about his father lIe was a farmer said Dr Pullolnc and a nice old gentleman too One year he took It Into his head to grow tins so he sowed the seed and having a good crop sent It away to be made into a tablecloth Some time later when seated at dinner he remarked to a lady near him Do you know I grew this tablecloth mJII self Did you really she answered with the greatest surprise However 1 did you manage it Well most mysteriously If youll promise not to tellII any one Ill tell you Iplanted a nap kin London MallII Her Assistant The authoress of whom Fllogemlo Blatter tells had said that she was very happy in her married life I find my husband such a helpI she added fervently j Indeed said her friend Does heII cook or write I Thought of Him Pnpu Are you sure that you nnd I mamma thought of me while you were away GraceYes we heard n man kicking up a greet row about his breakfast at the hotelI and mamma said Thats Just like papa A I Broken Back J That pain in your back caused by lumbago stiff muscles or n strain is an easy thing to get rid of Ballards Snow tlniment cures rheumatism lumjj bago sore and stiff muscles strains sprains cuts burns bruises scalds and I all aches and pain You need a bottle in your house Sold by A R FisherII t U ff EI IStatoment of Condition of The I I Two States Bank I I 11108IStephensport Ky at the Close of Business June 30 = u = tIResources 63fifflCash in other Hank 4962 N- t Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 I Curront Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 iTotal eo f90323 72 Liabilities Capital 00 Surplus lundeo eo 777 18 Undivided 09 Amount Deposi 11 r1 time IWebusiness We have endeavored to abreast of the provid ing for our depositors safeguard known to protection and security Our are guarded by a modern burglary and insurance is carried to cover by nreiIV or robbery We pay 4 per cent iuterest on time deposits more than any bank in Breckenridge county We in paying our patrons all we can for the use of their The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated it is not the and largest bank that is the We take thatIopportunity to our customers patronage has I make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business RespectfullyJNO ADAIR Cashier IeJJ1J Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a or businees if If youdo you find what you in this department J f you arc interested in any of the following proprieties write us at for owners name and address If none of these places you write us at once telling us what you want and where you wantit and let us introduce you to the man has the very property you are lookingr recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell or business you want cash property price and description at onto and lot us show you we bring buyer and seller together department is conducted solely for the purpose of 1 enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties make quicksales Jno D Babbage Two room on Well located limits for IS month Q I Gfl 155 acres on Hurdlnsburg und p OU calls of road 2 miles from Improvements dwolling and u good bUr burn 60 acres la oak and beech imbor The ouk timber Is Rood tie timber leech never been worked cun bo hauled either by water or rail Limestone und both bottom and hill for tobacco and fruit Rood water your round Terms one third cash In easy payments 57 OSn 352 acres on Hardlnsburi and r trails of road 2 miles cnllstorytlwlIInltlljlucksaiUli shop all outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture SJ2 acres tn timber white ouk black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size of Rood water the year round Onethird cash and rood easy terms on Q60015 acres IM miles from Joins Gabo Plorco Itldite laud In good shape good one good dwel IUR house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn iOxIQ foot 1 neverfalling two ponds This Is good wheat and turn land 20 acres in timber white oak sugar tree RId teach of good fruit Jlood road tn SttpheiisportSH miles and JOOO road to Ilol 1H wiles This farm Is not worn Jut It Is good land and In good fix Just the arm for n man with a small family Stock rl1 Profit 3195 Duo tore 45 Total 90323 keep times tB11 every thoir funds And proof safe losses either other pays believe money oldest safest thank whose may just need once suit who fore farm DIf for your send how This to cottage Murray Avenue per 17 Sinking Sample Timber Suitable Plenty balance Sinking necessary Plenty balance situated feiiclUR spring tobacco balance cleared Plenty 15000 f 71351 flm fIm farm your CftOn lei acres 8 miles from Cloverport JJOUU onClovorportprovements 8room dwelling barn 88x30 foot and other out buildings 12 acres in orchard aorosInbalance In state of good cultivation Two Goodlimestonewheat Well located fur market Onethirdcash balance on easy terms- FOR SALEA farm containing 50 acres and under fence A nice cottage ct live 151 rooms two cisterns a walled cellar with a wtor room over it two goof stock barns peaohtruenil kinds of small fruits including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 900 acres cleared balance In woods JWfI acre In grass sevcta groves of black sulllcleiitfarm iwlte the whole lu It ties omrRkroe orlongFOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded lJy goodprosperous farmers Plus lit just the place for some young physician to stop into a good practice and a rood drug business An old established physician wants to retire the reason for selling for further wartlc 118 I Kv address 1 Vlk II UAnnAlH Clover nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnD D LI SuggestionBD 8The Best Christmas Present that can be 9- LI given a friend or relative is their home paper EI Allow us to suggest that a years subscription LIto the news be placed on your gift memoran EIdum for Christmas We have one subscriber q who gives five subscriptions to the News every year Do not forget this Christmas E idea when making your gift list IJohn D Babba- geoornoornooommoornn n e llIV TdtNIGH GRADE OF7Ulfld AIL Of THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES NCLIDMC T LEGBAPH AE TAUGHT MOHFUI XmOGUES BY MAIL ORADUATES SECURE POSITIONS AHDCIOURHALS FREE WwTENowfADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREEMKv J 0 n o f I ol 1 i t r- i f a f i it I J ow 1 i i r i I x t I t oJ t1t l i 1 h1 f ti t m t B r1 1i1 t i t c t r r ft r- i iOt lrfir I il r fi rf y o h j 1 If t i f OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Together With Claims Allowed At October Term Breckenridge Fiscal Court 1908 l T M Bates fee as justice in OReilly sheep claim i 0 Tom Chappall 4 sheep injured 11 60 S P Drury appraiser in Clap pelt sheep claim I60 John W Carman appraiser in Chappell sheep claim 0O Chas H Drury fee as justice in Chappel sheep claim 60 Taylor Dowell 7 sheep killed and 18 injured 61 50 J L Henry appraiser in Dowell sheep claim tiO Thos Hardesty appraiser in Dowell sheep claim 50 Chas H Drury fees as jus tice in Dowell sheep claim 50 P D Hawkins 9 sneep killed and 5 injured f 64 00 W H Payne appraiser in Hawkins sheep claim 50 H S Brumfield appraiser in Hawkins sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fees as justice in Hawkins sheep claim 60 S S Galloway 1 sheep killed 5 00 M O Frank appraiser in Galloway sheep claim 50 M Whitworth appraiser in Galloway sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fees as jus tice in Galloway sheep claim 50 W N Pate2sheep killed 12 00 John E Brickey appraiser in Pate sheep claim 50 John S Mattingly appraiser in Pate sheep claim 50 T M Bates fee as justice in Pate sheep claim y0 John T Matthews 2 sheep killed 12 00 Thomas Ryan appraiser in Matthews sheep claim 50 Nat M Newman appraiser in Matthews sheep claim 50 T M Bates fee as justice in Matthews sheep claim SOC L Avitt 1 sheep killed 6 00 1 C Argabright appraiser in Avitt sheep claim 50 C C Grant appraiser in Avitt sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fee as justice in Avitt sheep claim 50 James Tabor one sheep killed G 00 Ernest Driskell appraiser in Tabor sheep claim 50 David Driskell appraiser in Tabor sheep claim 50 J OReilly fees as justice in Tabor sheep claim 50 W R Wetherington 3 sheep killed and one injured 20 00 Kimbal Harman appraiser in Wetherin ton sheep claim 50 T A Rhodes appraiser in Vetherinton sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Wetherington sheep claim 50 Kimbal Harman one sheep killed 500 W R Wetherington apt praiser ini Harman sheep claim 50 A MiMeador appraiser in Hwina sheep claim 50 J olebly fees as justice in Harman sheep claim 5il W k Wetherington 1 sheep killed and 1 injured 10 SOT A Rhodes appraiser in Wetherington sheep claim 50 Kimble Harman appraiser in Wetherington sheep claim 80 J OReilly fee as justice in Wetherington sheep claim O P D Hawkins 2 sheep killed acid injured 18 00 W H Payne appraiser in Hawkins sheep claim 50 Andrew A Claycomb ap praiser in Hawkins sheep claim 50 H G Vessels fee ns justice ix Hawkins sheep claim 50 Henry Butler 3 she p killed 12 00 I D Mercer appraiser in Butler hep claim so J W Hdnies appraiser in Butler lit ep claim j- yJTM J Cimish fee as justice In But irv iieep claim 5- Sbetim p k Pate 3 sheep kill ed and ore injured 201OHl James unison appraiser in Sheeran lPate sheep claim SC Fred Basham appraiser in Sheeran k Pate sheep claim 510 J OReilly fee as justice in Sheeran Pate sheep claim 5i0 Alfred Buington two sheep killed and one injured 18 O10 Richard Black appraiser in Bruingti sheep claim 5 S D Has ham appraiser in Bruinjton sheep claim 5 0 J OReilly fee as justice In Brnington sheep claim 5 E Driskell 2 sheep killed 120 Gid G Jolly appraiser in Driskellsheep claim 5 S F Tabor appraiser in Driskell sheep claim 51 J OReilly fee as justice in Driskell sheep claim 51 JBRickeusone sheep killed 60 M S Jolly appraiserinRick etts sheep claim 51 Lafe Stewart appraiser in Ricketts sheep claim 51 EL G Vessels fee as justice in Ricketts sheep claim 5 Edw Roberts one sheep e killed 5 00 A V Whitwort appraiser in Roberts sheep claim COW L Bashnm appraiser in Roberts simoopclaim50-I G Voesols feo as justice in Robertsshaep claim 50 Henry Butler 3 sheep killed and one injured 11 00 W E Ramsey appraiser in Butler sheep claim 50 John D Monroe appraiser in Butler sheep claim 50 J T McCamish fee as jus tice in Butler sheep claim 50 C A Eskridge 1 sheep killed 4 00 J C Mills appraiser in Esk ridge sheep claim 50 T W Pateappraiser in Esk ridge sheep claim 50 T M Bates fees as justice in Eskridge sheep claim 50 Abram Bruner three sheep killed 18 00 Ben Macy appraiser in Bru ner sheep claim 50 T C Horsley appraiser in Bruner sheep claim 50 J f McCamish fees as jus tice in Bruner sheep claim 50 G F Bandy 1 sheep killed and two injured 800 JBGibson appraiser in Ban dy sheep claim 50 JT Bell appraiser in Bandy sheop claim 50 Chas H Drury fee as jus tice in Bandy sheep claim 50 H J Basham4 shoep killed 20 00 Jesse Dugfihs appraiser in Basham sheep claim 50 W E Howard appraiser in Basham sheep claim 50 JT McCamishfae as juJtice in Basham sheep claim CO J F Basham 2 sheep killed and 2 injured 20 00 1 CArgn bright appraiser in J F Basham sheep claim 50 C Grant appraiser in J 1CBasham sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fee as justice in J F Basham sheep claim 50 Charles Blanford 3 sheep in jured 7 50 T J Jolly appraiser in Blan ford sheep claim 50 R J Cain appraiser in Blan ford sheep claim 50 C H Drury fee as justice in Blanford sheep claim 50 At a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Breckenridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg Kentucky on Thursday OCtober 1908 Present Hon H DeH Moorman presiding Judge of the Breckenridge county court and the following named justices ofthe pence towit John OReilly T M Bates H G Vessells Charles H Drury J T McCamish and Frank Ruppert being all the justices of the peace in commission Justices McCamishVessalls and Dru ry having been appointed as a commit tee to make a report and recommenda tions concerning Tar Fork bridge abut ments and approaches and having read the commissioners report make the following recommendations towit That the contract price of said bridge 2949 he paid to the Vincennes Bridge Co that the contract price for approaches jar 18 cents per cubic yard and 50 cents per square yard for riprap amounting to i 285 be paid to John A Barryless a credit of flu for old bridge lumberbe recomlnendationlof it is ordered by the court that the Com missioner and receiver of Breckenridge county procure the sum of 351185 by isssuing the obligations of the county for said amount bearing interest at the rate of 5 per centum per annum paya ble annually due and payable in one two three four and five years after date or before at the option of Breck thaIII proper And he will pay to the Vin cennes Bridge Co the sum of 2949 I and to John ABarry the sum of 50285 and to take their receipts therefor and I file the same with his report The Commissioner and Receiver of I Breckonridge cpunty is ordered and directed to procure the sums of money or I dered by this term of court to be bor rowed by him on behalf of the county at the rate of 4 per cent interest if pos sible On motion of the county attorney it is ordered that the sheriff and county attorney cause to be instituted against the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railway Co proper proceeding to re 0 cover back taxes for railroad ties located infjfis county It is further ordered that the sheriff visit the different sta tions on the FordSville branch toascer 0 tain the number of ties in the county This day came Lae Walls Pauper Commissioner and filed his report as 0 such for the first half of the year 1908 and the same is referred to a committee 0 composed of justices BatesVessells and Druryto examine the same and make 0 recommendations All officials are hereby reminded of this courts orders for them to file lists of election officers voting places and such other reports as are required of them And they will have the same ready at the April term of this court Iris ordered by the court that the foliowing claims for sheep killed and in jured and for the costs incident to the proof of said claims be and the same are hereby allowed to the persons below ntmec1respeotivehand the same are certified to the Auditor for payment Richard Black one sheep in jured S 700 Ernest Driskoll appraiser in Black sheep claim 50 Alfred Bruington appraiser in Black sheep claim 50 J OReilloy fee as justice in Black sheep claim 50 George Squires one sheep killed and one injured 9 00 J O Hook appraiser in Squires sheep claim 50 Elihu Board appraiser in Squires sheep claim 50 J OReillVl fee as jastice in Squires sheep claim 50 It appearing to the court that in a few instances the appraisers have al lowed 3 4 or 5 dollars for sheep dam aged and in the above two cases it suggested itself to the court that there was a probability of the damages hav ing been fixed too high Evidence was heard in said cases and the sheep so damaged were found to have afterward died or to have been damaged to an extent that rendered them practically valueless We recommend that each magistrate exercise great discretion in the appointment of appraisers and that these appraisers exercise such care in their recommendations to this court as this court will not allow any exorbitant claims And in cases where suspicion is aroused it can be but a source of expense and inconvenience to the claim antsThis day came Joel H Pile Supt of Schools and presented a claim as fol lowsTo hotel bill and railroad fare Frankfort and return 9 80 To postage notifying school election officers in 85 districts 8 officers in each district 6 00 Which after the court be ing advised to allow and to which the county attorney objected urging that the law did not warrant the payment of the account It ap pearing from letters filed that the Superintendent under the new law by said trip to Frankfort and his manner of conducting said election all of which met the approval of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and was done by his direction saved the count several hundred dollars the court allowed said claim respectfully disagreeing with the county attorney as to the legality of the claim And now that they may be guided properly in the future re spectfully suggest that he have this matter definitely settled by the proper tribunal And the letters of the Superintendent of Public Instruc tion are directed to be filed with this claim as a part of the record 15 80 It is ordered by the court that the Public Improvement Committee be con tinued with the same powers that it has heretofore enjoyed This day came the committee appoint ed to adjust the janitor and jailer natters to the late law and made toe following report We find thot the new law directing the payment by the county for heat llight and janitor ser vice at the court house jail and other public buildings wont into effect March 23 1908 Wo recommend that the county officials be refunded money paid jy them to the janitor since said date as followsMilt Miller sheriff 5 months at 125 per month f 625 T J Moore Circuit Clerk five months aj 125 per month 625 W F Hook county clerk five months 125 per month 6 2o H DeH Moorman county judge five months at 125 per month 625 That no charge be made against the jailer as it operated before the pasSage of the law and that hereafter heat light and janitor services be providedi and paid for as directed by law And iti t appearing that School Superintendent Joel H Pile county attorney Gus Brown and Supervisor of Roads J V StClair have procured janitor services for which the county should have paid we recommend that they each be al= lowed for five month at 125 per month It appearing after careful investigation that the city of Hardinsburg has fai1ed and refused to comply with its part ota mutual agreement relating to a public alley and the county privy and stable we endorse and approve the order of i the county judge entered in Order Book l No 22 atpage 272 concerning same t and recommended that the same be made the order of thin court A HOME WHERE PERUNA IS USED 11 Residence of Mr C Hallock Antwerp Ohio One of the Many Thousand Homes Where Peruna LWJL is a Popular Household Remedy CATARRH OF THE HEAD rMr O Halloek Antwerp Ohio writes My daughter Allie alter take three bottles of your Poruna is entirely cured of catarrh of the head of years standing Wo have used Peruna as a general tonic as well as for catarrh and are pleased with it and recommend it to anybody who has catarrh Anybody wishing any information can write to me wr vwwwv Could TaRe No Food Mr William F Burke 1805 Frankford Ave Philadelphia Pa writes On the lath of February 1001 I was taken with cramps that extended from Jnst below my throat to tho bottom of my stomach They wore so severe that my wife had to go for a doctor about two oclock in the morning i had from February nntll July of that year three doctors and they wore giving mo medicine for kidney liver and bladder troubles and after taking all kinds of their mixtures in tho month of July I could neither oat nor drink For three weeks I had not taken a morsel of food except in a liquid form At the end of that time I could not drink milk or water except in small sips which caused me great pain I had given up all hope of living more than a week or two at most I told my wife I thou ht I had catarrh of tho stomach She seemed to think so too and having rend of Peruna I decid ed to give it a trial I took several doses that evening and for the first tlmo in woeka rested fairly that night T M Bates Frank Ruppert John I OReilly Which was by vote made the order of this courtII This day came clerk and presented the following claims for costs in the following suits Comlth of Kentucky vs V B Burtons admr No HI 80 costs 13 50 Same vs same No 3181 costs 13 50 Same vs S A Pate No J179 costs 13 50 Same vs same No 3178 costs 18 50 Same vs same No 3177costs 2020 And the yea and nay vote being de manded and taken on the question of allowing the said claims the result was as follows John OReilly yea T M Bates yea- H G Vesselsnny C H Druryyea J T McCamish nay Frank Ruppert yeaSo said claims were allowed To all of which the coynty attorney objects rind excepts and prays an appeal which is grantedThis came S A Pate and V B Burtons Administrator and presented dlaims for costs in five cases as follows Three cases ot Commonwealth of Ken tacky vs S A Pate and two cases of Commonwealth of Kentucky vs V B Burtons Administrator the costs in all of said cases amounting to 13475 Whereupon came the county attorney and M Eskridge attorney for the claimants and represented to the court that there are some legal questions con cerningthe foregoing claims that they desire submitted to the circuit court and isi now ordered that an agreed statement of facts be taken to the circuit court and said courts opinion be ascertained for the guidance of this court in the rejection or allowance of the said claims Continued next week tPostedt Notice Is hereby given that nc hunting or tresspassing will be al lowed on my farm Any persons scI doing will be prosecuted Jas S Tinius Holt Ky v To Farmers The Grist Mill at Stephenspbrt wil 1 do custom grinding every Saturday Will grind corn and sell meal and take in exUiange corn for meal 0ril1 also do cu tom B wing of logan pay cash flpr logsff I Smith Bros 1i 1 i I kept on using Poruna as I had started and after using it three days and nights the pains in my chest and stomach disappeared and they have never appeared since and it will be two years this July- Pcruna Relieved All Symptoms Mr J C Crumpackor R Rl Kokomo Ind writes- I can say that I have nothing to com plain of now I feel well rest well at night have a good but moderate appe tite can eat almost any kind of food- I havo no aches or pains anywhere and can do some kind of work every day I must say I can stand as much fatigue as I over could and fool good over it The hemorrhage has yielded to Po runa the grip has done the same as well as pains and aches of all kinds The roaring noise has entirely loft my oars and head my mind is clear my recollection good my bowels are regu lar and I Just simply feel easy all over The cure of my caso was surely a victoryCatarrh of Long Standing Mr 0 A Boustrom 570 Seventh St Ogden Utah writes I take great ITAHIS WORK IN CHINA He Rehabilitated Our National Reputation CHECKED COURT ABUSES Cleared the United States Banner From the Dishonor That American Criminals Had Brought Upon It Readjusted Consukr Service It was chlelly through the influence and at the instigation of Mr Taft that the recent rehabilitation of our nation al reputation In China was accomplish ed by the establishment of the United States court in China Until Mr Tuft became u paramount figure in the far east scandalous conditions had pro vailed iuShunghul and other cities of China where the United States exer cised txtrn territorial rights Undesir able subjects of the United States men und women had degraded the Amen can lag by using it as a cloak under which to conduct numerous nefarious enterprises American sharpers gam blers and promoters of questionable schemes had long worked In conjunc tion with discredited lawyers to their mutual and Illegal gain In various I instances theso criminal endeavors I AmericanIconsular officers who wore dismissed from the service The former practice of adjudicating all causes In which Americans were parties In consular courts gave rlso to abuses The Amer ican flag In Shanghai particularly stood for national dishonor in the eyes of other nations who by legislation and the creating of proper courts had spared their flags tho disgrace that de scended upon tho United States ban nor When ho was at the head of the Phil ippine government In Manila Mr Taft by his proximity to China soon appro elated the seriousness of the condi tions there and foresaw the loss of standing in the eyes of tho Chinese to which wo were Indifferently exposing ourselves by our failure to keep In check American criminals Ho brought the matter to the attention of the state department and Jothed with Secretary Root Representative Edwin Penby of Michigan a son of the former United States minister to China Charles Den by another son who Is now consul general at Shanghai Senator Spooner 1and some others in an endeavor to rem edy conditions Ho exerted his Influ 1onco to obtain tho passage by a bill creating the United stats court for China Lcbbeus Rcdtnoml WHfley of Missouri who had been Mr 11 Tnfts attorney general IIn tho Philip pines wail named as Judge Mr Taft from the first took a deeD pleasure In stating to you that your medicine Poruna has completely cured moot longstanding caso of catarrh I had consulted noted doctors with out any relief By persistent urging ot- a friend I commenced tho use of your wonderful Poruna with the best of results and today I highly recommend it to any ono suffering from catarrh funny formAs for myself I suffered untold agony but today I foul as spry as anyone with more ambition and confidence In myself than I have enjoyed for yearsAll my friends say I look bettor than ever before and 1 urge them all to try Poruna and have sold dozens of bottles With tho greatest of satisfaction Your Poruna Is tho greatest tonlo and builder for a brokendown constltu ion arising from that dreadful disease catarrhSome people prefer to take tablets rattier than to take modicino in a fluid form Such people can obtain Pernna tablets which represent tho medicinal ingredients of Poruna Each tabsequivalent to an average dose of Perha personal interest in tUG worn or juage Wllflcy and his court In a way he supervised Its work and was frequently appealed to by Judge Wllfloy for advice as to procedure and other details The lack of adequate laws hampered Judge Wllfley but by proceeding In accordance with the common law vibe quickly made the court effective Within a few months after the court was organized Shanghai and other cities in China where conditions were such as to require It were thoroughly and dras tically cleaned up Shyster American llawyers wore disbarred so that the gamblers disreputable women and oth i or offenders against the law were deprived of lesfal support The reputable American lawyers In good standing aided Judge Wllfley Heavy fines and terms of Imprisonment exercjge tt dj i torrent effect upon tlid jlawhreaers many or whom sumtmitii 4i from China before the court could bring 1 them to account for their misdeeds When Mr Taft vas In Shanghai last fall he was heartily thanked and congratulated by the law abiding i Americans there for the part he bad taken in removing the stigma front time American flag and restoring tho good fame of the national name In the AmerJeana high tribute to Judge Wllfley saying in part Our government was forunate itt t JJs selection as tho first judge of the court of a gentleman who had had four years experience In the orient as at torney general of tho Philippines and who went to Shanghai with an iqtl mate knowledge of tho method of unite ing In one administration the princi pIes of the common law of the United States with the traditions and condiv11 tions of n foreign country His policy in raising high the standard of admls slpn to the bar and in promoting the vigorous prosecution of American Tip I lators of law which eliminated froth j that community many undesirable characters who had brought dlsgrac upon the name of Americans in tho cities of China cannot but commend Itself to any ono Interested In the good name of the United States among theft Chinese people and with our brethren f other countries who live In Cblijju 1I Harsh physics react we klJnthei bowels cause chronic onstpati6n Doan s Regulefs operate tasily tone Jtliih stomach cure constipation 25c Affe your druggists for them f Mrs W D Ashoraftof Brandenburg and Mrs May of Seattle Wash here in Louisville last week Mr May i ia spendsChristmas with his and Mrs Mays re latives f k Morrison k Calhoba 8f1t1Ittf downstair 2 IS Fourth rtrWt phones OwMMboro Kr i p i 1s 1i I A smr Y apt r t t