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I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER25 1908 8 Pates No 20 Our Own Thanksgiving LZ Celebration I Dear Little Readers The Breckenridge dews wishes we could give to everyone who wrote to the paper last weep a book for each letter showed such a beautiful Thanksgiving spirit As eve promised to give the prize for the best letter the judges have awarded it to Mary McGavock Cloverport Ky Her letter was the best constructed It was written with ink worded well and was the neatest one received Mary Owen Oelze wins second honor for excellent composition The kcunt that militated against her letter was its being written with a lead pencil Ihe prize is The Little Colonel by ionic Fellows Johnson We will announce another con test next week and hope you will try your luck again Heres wishing you plenty of turkey and a pleasant Thanksgiving The Assistant Editor r i Prize Letter t r Dear Breckenridge News- I was most thankful this summer be t cause I was living and well I went to 1thecountry for a week this sUP1m r and gathered wild flowers and berries and toI2 0themall box every evening to get the r mail but would only get the weather forecast I would go to the spring fort my grandfather which was much fun T One evening my uncle wanted some ones to help him to plant beans so I helped him When he had thorn planted he 9 bad to cover them up so I rode on the float which was great fun One day a friend of mine and her i1 i1uncle took me horse back riding We countryIwere coming home we stopped at the 1 andJate it then we started home We got home about five oclock in the evening Lots of other funny things happened r but these were the nicest I am glad that I am here to write you this letter Your loving reader 1i Mary McGavock Cloverport KY 4 P r x May Win Next Time Dear EditolI am a little girl nine years old I go to school ever day My u teachers name is Miss Ellen Boding 3 She came home with me Wednesday i night to see my little sister who is just recovering from the Malaria fever i Myiat my Aunts at Cloverport Papa has t tbeena subscriber to the Breckenridge I I News ever since I remember and Mama j says she would not do with out the I News hope I will be the most success 1t t ful in your contest for I like to read 1 t I good books i friendIKatHerine McGovern i o Victoria Ky Nov 14 19085 a 000Li z Very Thankful Dear EditorI am so thankful that i I have a good father and mother rind a t alsoatir that just three more Sundays at Sunday buttonai thankfulboiy Eudaley Jurrle Cloverport Ky Nov 21 1908 I aRt 000- r For Health Life And Schooli Ii Dear EditorI am thankful for my I i home mother father and little sister it and I am thankful that God has let me e live until I am 10 years old and he will e let me live until I am a grown lady a But I am the thankfulest of my lifedA theen happiest in the past year is my school s and school teacher3 Grace Pauley Ie Cloverport Ky Nov 20 1908 I I 000- hr Ie Real Happiness Dear EditorTo happiest thing r that has past this last year was that rf e was converted and became a Christian J1fj u r and that I gave children things that d 1 they did not have And I had a happie visit out to the yJ 0 Country to my uncles I staid too days Your loving little friend h f Helen D Miller loverport Ky Nov Io08 o a Y isG Deserves Second Honor Dear EditorAs the time of year is approaching when we are all expected to express our thanks to God for bis goodness to us I desire to thank Him for all the blessings with which He has surrounded me I thank Him that He has spared my life and kept me safe from all harm- I am thankful that 1 live in a Chris tian land where I am permitted to worship God I am thankful for my good school and my good teachers and that I have an opportunity of recieving a good educa tionI am also thankful for the dear father mother and little brother and the good Christian home In fact there are so many things forI which to be thankful that words cap not express my gratitude Lpylngly Mary Owen Oelze Cloverport Ky Nov 17 1908 000 Thankful For Blessings Dear EditorThis year I am thank ful for a great many things The first thing I am thankful for is that I have a good Mother and Father I am thank ful that Father has a good Position and takeIhappy wasin attending a picnic given by our Sunday schoolthis last June I was invited to go out bathing in Cherokee Park at Big Rock this summer with a crowd of boys I enjoyed the sport very much Another event that made me happy was a visit in Cloverport to my aunt Kate Rowand Also another pleasant visit to my aunt Lizzie Rial in Owensboro I had a fine time there Such pleasure 1 enjoy I am very thankful that Christmas Is so near for I am expecting some nice presents In closing my letter I must say the greatest things in th s world that I have to be thankful for are blessings in goodI health and holy words from God Wishing you a pleasant and happy Thanks Giving Day I am Yours truly Henry C Babbage- P S excuse mistakes please Louisville Ky Nov 17 1908 000 A Thankful Boy Dear Editor The thing that made me the most happiest and most thank ful That I became a Christian and went to Sunday School fiftytwo Sundies in a year and gained my Sunday School buttonThat I have had good health That most every body had good health con sidering times- I went to Hardinburg to the FairI and had a very nice time 1 went to the Fourth of July Picnic at the Tar Springs I skated on the fine skatting rink r Yours truly M W Miller Cloverport Ky Nov 16 1008 ooci Thankful For Health Dear EdltorI can tell yon with less than 200 words what I have been more thankful in the past year my good health and the extension of my life makes m more thankful than any thingII else f Yours truly Willis Weedmanj ySample II 1 Smart For Ten Years Dear EditorI was ten years old the fourth day of last May I have now entered my fourth yearof school life We have a good schooll and my father is the President I am very fond of all my teachers I have six studies includ ing music and I enjoy them all especially my music I have no little playmate in my home but have two big brothers who play with me and my out ofdoors playmate is a fine scotch collier shepherd dog his name is Bob I wish you could see him I also have some nice little playmates in the community We have a Juvenile Missionary Society we hold our meetings on the first and third Sundays in the months I am the president and my mother is the lady manager We children arrange our programs and think them quite in teresting About a week ago we en tertained the members of the Sunday School Cradle Roll and their mothers There were seventeen mothers and twentyfive children under five years of age I have enjoyed a few short ttips this year but Gods presence has been more than anything else to me Most respectfully yours Mary A Hughes Kingswood Ky Nov 17 1908 000 At GrandMas My Happiest time this year was going to grandmas it was three days til thanksgivingMe brother Frank went to grandmasThe before Thanksgiving grand father said I will go get the tur key to have for dinner tomorrow I was aming to go with him But I went before he did I went up to the old turkey he did not move so II thought that I would catch him But as soon as I touched him he gave a terrible gobble and started at me I flew for the fence and I was not a bit too soon As for grandpa he had to catch the turkey himself But I was thankful I had got to the fence in time If I had not the turkey would have had me for his dinner instead of me having him for my dinner Rozina Rowland agerl9 Hardinsburg Ky 600 From A Sweet Little Girl Dear EdltorNovember 26th brings to us again our annual thanksgiving day I am proud to know that we live in a nation whose chief executive recognized the God of heaven as the giver of every good and perfect gift manfesting this bv appointing a day that we may all ex press the gratitude of our hearts forI another year of blessings Iam truly grateful for his goodness that has been given me und so many dear friends Mothar bud father who are trying to guide my feet in paths of right useful ness For the church with its Heaven ap pointed instructious teaching me to recognize the good pure in all and in all things as coming from His boundful handAnd again I am thankful for the beau tiful bird the turkey that father carves every thanksgiving that we enjoy so vtry much with cranberries and celery Wishing you a merry thanksgivingI Louise Fisher Lewis Cloverport Ky Nov 18 1908 000 Thankful For Pleasures Dear E4itor My mother Mrs Mc Mullan subscribes for the Breckenridge News and I saw the little add in theI paper to boys and girls under fifteen I am a girl fourteen years old I am in the seventh grade Mrs Anderson is my teachers name I like her fine I certainly do like for Thanksgiving to come because we alwas get out of school and have a good time This is my second Thanksgiving in Oklahoma Last Thanksgiving we sent a nice dinner to an old gentleman that was sick and he has been kind to us over sinceI we should all be thankful for the pleasures and comfort of life Be has given us and I think there is nothing nicer thnn to send someone that you know will not have a turkey and lots of nice things for their Thanksgiving dinner some of yours I expect you are acquainted with my mother her maiden name was Miss Ermine Munford I certainly hope that I will have a chance to do a kind act for someone this year I remain Eespt McMullanTJUlfcUBlackball Okla Nov 13 1908 f At A Visit Tht Happiest Dear EdftorIn the past year a visit made me happiest It was a trip to grandpas We were all to go in a big wagon filled with sweet scented hay Ww were going to start at midnight so that the drive could be in the cool night and early morning of the next day It was late in the night when I woke Mama and papa was already out of their boils and were out in the yard I could hear them talking Papa said it was cloudy and we would not go I held my breath and waited At last I heard mama calling the other children I dresingicame my room I knew we were going In a little while we were all ready and the wagon was brought to the gate and we all got in I shall never forget that ride undor the calm deep blue July sky with the stars twinkling and sending fourth rays of silVer light We reached grandpas at eight oclock that morning and spent a few happy days then returned home safe and wellTheresa Rowland aged IL Hardinsburg Ky Nov 18 IgOS 000 Not A Licking Yet Dear Editor Thanksgiving is a ay for us to give thanks for the blessings we have received and for the bad things that have not happened to us I am thankful for good health for good warm clothes to wear for plenty to eat and a good warm place to sleep I aui thank ful for all the good things I have For the good school and Sunday school I At tend and last of all I have not got a licking yet at school and that Iam not a big fat turkey gobler Your friend j Forrest Dryden Weatherholt Cloverport Ky Nov 25 1008 i 000 Thinks Twice Dear Editor Having seen in the News that you wanted aUof te boys and girls who read your paper to write you a Thanksgiving letter I thought I wouldwrite I am a little girl thirteen years of age My sister takes the News and we think we couldnot get along without it I go to school and am in the fifth grade My teacher is Miss Cora MatthewsAt I thought I did not have much to be thankful for but when I think ot the golden harvest the russet fruit and life and health I am truly thankful for all of these blessings I am also thank ful for the kind words and smiles of tin effectionate and sympathetic mother Wishing you all a big fat turkey and a rich pumpkin pie for your Thanksgiving fsinner I am your little friend and render Nellie Beatty Harned Ky Nov 17 1908 000 Got A Gold Pin Dear Editorl will write you what happened during Thanksgiving in 1907and Thanksgiving 1908 Thanksgiving 1907 I had went to Sun day school just about three months and I havo went a year and got a gold pin for not missing a day at Sunday school and after I got my pin I never quit likell some of the other children and I havent missed a Suuday sense I went to the fair and saw a few of my friends then I saw some fine stock of all kinds and there was a cow which weighed twenty four hundred and fifty and I saw two races one was a mule race and the other was a trotten race One man on a mule got throucd but didont hurt him Ten I went to a show and seen where Harrie Thaugh shot Sanford White Affectionately yours J E Miller Cloverport Ky Nov 16 1908 000 1 Loves Ills School j Dear EditorI will write you a letter to tell you about my school the schoolhouse is on the top of a large hill andC we can see the boats and trains passing I trout the windows I love to go to school for I do ovo my teachers They are so good and kind to me I like to play with the other children We have such a good time at recess playing ball and opining tops and when the snow is on the grouud play snow ball and coast down the hill I am in the second grade at school I study my lessons so I I will not have to stay in at reces and miss getting to play I love to go to school I am sorry when Saturday conies Hoping you will visit again soon I am your little friend I David Owen Hall Cloverport Ky Nov 18 1 L 1908i 0 Interesting Letter I Dear EdltorII wish to join your co i test in writing Thanksgiving letters And also wish to win one of your great prizes which you offer to the little onesThanksgiving is a great day and was set apart by the Pilgrims Anumber of Pilgrims emigrated to Holland They were very religious and desired to worship God occording to dictates of their own conscienes They did not feelat home in Holland They longed for a country which they might call ther own and determinedi to sail for the new world One hundred and two of them embark ed on the Mayflower and came to the new world and made their settlement There was a little brook that ran by their settlement and the birds wonld come and drink and sfng to them every day and it matte them so happy Well I will make my letter short as I cant think of any more I remain your little friend Virgil Oliver Bowlds Cloverport Ky Nov 17 1908 000- To Auntie In Phila Dear Aunt Bennie Another Thanks jgiving Day is almost here and yet it seems avery little while since one year ago when I wrote that last Thanksgiving letter to you Aunt Bennie I wish you were here to spend Thanksgiving with usbe thankful with UB eat turkey cramberrie celery pumpkin pies and all those good things a Thanksgiving dinner brings- I have so many things to be thankful for too I have been sick but I think I will be well enough to go to school in a few days I shall be very thankful for that for I love my teacher my school and my little playmates very much Aunt Bennie I am sure Thanksgiving Day is just the same in Philadelphia ah it is in Cloverport even though it is very far away but I believe you could have just as good a time hero and be f just as thankful and if you would onlyJ come I would be even more J jjWriteI jj you will come to see us Vrymuch love front your little girl Agneta Mattingly Clovorpoft Ky Nov 17 1908 000 Thankful For Knowledge Dear Editor This is my Thanks given letter I love my teachers and I am thankful for what I have learned these years for my teachers have been so good to my room j The names of the teachers are in my room Miss Maggie Wroe and Miss Eunice Jennings And God gives us prals to us and we ask ourfriends In to oat dinner with us This is all know Yours truly James Clifton Fort Cloverport Ky 000 Thankful For Good Home Dear Editor How glad I am to see Thanksgiving day once again You can see and hear the children hopping and I shout ng Thanksgiving day Thanksgiv ing day Turkey Chicken and Rabbits Cran berries Plum pudding and also auger candiesHow thankful I am for my good home in Kentucky and oh how grad I am that God has let me live to be eleven years old Your friend Virginia Harris Cloverport Ky Nov 18 1908 Dies In Pennslyvania Last week Mrs Jacob Morrison received I wordof the death of her brother Hiram Lewis of Plymouth Penn Mr I Lewis died Tuesday from the result of injuries received in an accident Mrs Morrison and family are deeply grelved over the loss of her brother as she was exceedingly fond of him Back to Love in a Cottage Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland Ohio for year reputed to be a million aire several times over announced last week that practically his entire fortune had been lost He said that he and Mrs Johnson would be compelled to give up their beautiful home on Euclid Avenue and begin life again in a cottage I Handsome Residence Squire Bates has just recently completed a nice home at Victoria The house contains ten rooms u EDUCATIONAL WHIRLWIND Begins Next Week and Lasts Eight Days Throughout the Count- yAppointments Named HAUDINSDURQ Ky Nov 23 Special The cduational whirlwind campaign iing inaugurated by Supt Crabbe begins JNov 29 and lasts eight days Twenty four of the boat speakers obtainable will make two or throe speeches per day for the entire eight days Supt R M Shipp of Winchester has been al loted to this county for Dec 5 and 0 His appointments are Cloverport 1030 oclock a m Sat 1urday Doe 5 Balltown 200 p m Saturday Dec 5 Glendeane 030 p m Saturday J Dec 6- McDaniels1030 a m Sunday Dec Uj Hudson 200 p m Sunday Dec 6 Custer 630 p m Sunday Dec 6 A local speaker will also speak at each place in addition to the address of Supt Shipp Local choirs will furnish music All patrons trustees teachers and patriotic and intelligent men and women and boys and girls are invited- to be present DEATHSi The remains of Allen C Murray arrived from Portland 0regon Monday morning and the funeral was held in the afternoon from the residence of Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Dr Mather of Hardinsburg conducted the services the two assistants being the Rev Good son and Rev B 11 Currie Messrs Lawrence Murray and Ira Behen Misses chargebrjas Younger Chas B Skillman David Jr Leon McGavock Abe Mc Gavock Gordon McGavock and O T Skillman The services at the residence and the graveside were sweet and comforting and brief in accordance with the wishes ot Mrs Beard and Mrs Reevs sisters of the deceased Among those from Hardinsburg present were Col and Mrs David R Murray Dr and Mrs John Kincheloe Mrs DeVault Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard Mrs Joel Pile L B Reeves Marvin Beard Mrs Mather Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Miss Florie Hardin and Mrs Jack Har din of Holt The funeral of Mr Norman White head was conducted yesterday morning by the Masons at Rome Ind Mr Whitehead was found dead in the yard at his home His death is thought to have been caused by heart failure He was a brother of Mr Ed Whitehead of this city and a Mason Mr II C Stader died at his home at Vine Grene Sunday night Mr Stader was the father of H L Stader of this city and frequently visited here He was seventytwo years of age Mr and Mrs Stader attended the funeral Literary Entertainment Kingswood+ Nov 23 Special Everybody cordially invited to at tend a Literary and Musical Enter tainment given by the Uitopian and Philathean Llteary Societies of Kingswood College on the night ofif Thanksgiving Nov 20 08 in College Chapel The program consists of readings interspersed with music and closing with a debate Questions re solved That tobacco is a greater national evil than intoxicating drinks Family Reunion Mr and Mrs Ernest Heudrlckson gave a family reunion at their home at Basin Springs Saturday The affair was delightful all day and the guests were beautifully entertained Comes Frequently David Murray Jr who considers Hardinsburg his home but who is claimed by Clovorport was here Sun iday and Monday Mr Murray is read ing law at the office of Murray Mur ray His visits to this city aro al ways a source of pleasure to his many Cloverport friends 4 Old PostOffice building V G Bab bageYA y v i r rrcr r- r irJ a OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS a Together With Claims Allowed At October TermI Breckenridge Fiscal Court 1908 Y It is ordered by the court that T M Bates J V StClair and Gus Brown n be and they are appointed as a com J mittee to confer with the city council1 of Cloverport and ascertain if on agree rent can be reached relative to the proportionate part of the expenses each should pay in repairing the Clover Creek bridge in Cloverport And if a satisfactory understanding can be hnd betweeu said committee and said council the said committee is authorized by this court to contract for such repairs to said bridge as their discretion may dictate If there be no such agree rent the county Judge is authorized to have such repairing done and iin that event the county attorney is directed c to take the necessary logal steps a to recover such a part of the contract warp rantsIt ordered by the court that M H r Beard and W F Hook be and they are hereby appointed as CommiMioners to r settle with the Sheriff for taxes for the year 1908 and they will prepare tnom selves beforehand and the sheriff will produce to them all vouchers for which he is entitled to credit so that the various settlements may be produced on the second day of the next term of this court It is ordered by the court that the proceedings of this term of court be published in the Breckenridge Demo crat and the Breckenridge News in ac ordance with the former agreement- It r is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropiated to the pOrIOns s below named respectively for the ser vices mentioned i G U Shellman supplies for courthouse 100 W F Hook fees as Clerk ia John J Bskridge road cart 15 75 Chas Butler fees as D S in John J Bskridge road case 8 50 S T Smith fees as D S in John J Bskridge road owe 50 Fletcher Morcer viewer one day in John J Eskridge road case 1 00 JnH Hudson viewer one day in John J Eskridge road case 100 J E Miller chainman 1 day inJohn jJ Eskridge road case 1 00 R Mercer chain man 11 day in John J Bskridge road case 100 C D Payne for use and benefit of John J Eskridge surveyors fee 1000 W F Hook fees as clerk in StClair road case 570 J H Skillman viewer 1 day in StClair road case 100 W W Brown viewer 1 day in StClair road case 1 00 C D Payne fee as surveyor in StClairroad cast 4 00 Robt Oejarnette forties and benefit of T J Hook dam ages in StCiair road came 10 00 W P Hook making 740 list of liens and incumbrances for assessor 11100 Bradley Gilbert Co sup plies to county 7017 Joel H Pile delivering bet Iotll and boxes for school election two days 500 W P Hook arranging bat lots for Cloverport local op tion election 8 85 W F Hook arranging ballots for county local option elec don i 5 00 W F Hook fees as Clerk Board of Election Commie ionerc 5 days Is 00 W F Hook arranging ballots for schooll election c 10 00 W F Hook fees as clerk 135 10 Milt Wilier fauberill 148 90 J It Mason taxes erroneous assessed and paid for year 1908 255 Paul Compton insurance premium on county stable and contents 79 10 H Dell Moorman annual al lowance for supervision of road books 50 00 Frank Rupert expenses only 1 day to investigate Horn back bridge site 250 ii- f John ORielly expenses only 2 days to investigate Horn back and Eveleigh Mill bridge site 5 00 J T McCamish expenses y InvCBtlgateII Hornback and Bveliegh Mill bridge site 500 h John ORielly justice 8 days g October term 1908 0 00 T M Bates justice 3 days I October term 1908 900 H G Vessels justice 3 days October term 1908 9 00 C H Drury justice 3 days October term 1908 900- T tt T lMcCamlsh justice 3 days t itober term 1908 9 00 John ORIel justice 3 days October term 1908 9 00 1 Frank Rupert justice 3 days October term 1908 0 00 This day came the committee ap pointed to examine the report of th Pauper Commissioner Lee Walls and1 reported that after a careful examina tion we find everything regular and iin a proper condition and reccomend the allowance of the claims as by him audit ed and approved The said roport wa adopted and the claims are allowed a follows J H Elder poor house keep er six months 40150I Mrs Annie Elder sewing for 18 50I pauper Dr J C Sutton Poor House physician 54 00I B F Beard Co supplies furnished poor house41 56i E T Guthrie medicine fur nished paupers3945- J H Gardner trustee for Wm Williams 3000- J H Gardiner trustee for Micajall Pool 30 00 J W Toni supplies furnished poor house 30 00 M L Harl trustee for Mamie and Murl Askins 30 00 Pete Sheeran Bro Co sup plies furnished to pauper 20 00 M L Harl trustee for J R Barker 15 00 J W Teaff trustee for Mol lie Bland 18 00 Lewis Jarboe trustee for John Dennis 15 00 Dr L B Moremcn medicine Furnished to pauper 14 00 J H Gardner supplies fur nlslied to jail 13 55 T A Probus caring for pau per t months and 120 days 15 00 M L Harl trustee for G B Gibbons 12 00 C D Payne trustee for Sal lie Blair 10 00 Frank Fraize supplies furnished to Vest Potts 10 00 John M Shellman two pau per Collins 8 00 Scott Cunningham supplies furnished paupers 7 00 J H Gardner supplies fur nished paupers 3 59 Andrew Elder plastering and patching at poor house 2 50 J T Hoben supplies fur nished paupers 27 80 It is ordered by the court that the following claims for the costs inci dents to the proof of sheep claims be and the same are hereby allowed to the persons below named respec tively and the same are certified to the Auditor for payment- E T Downs appraiser in Sheeran sheep sheep claim 50 D H Henning appraiser in I Sheeran sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Sheeran sheep claim 60 Richard McCoy appraiser in Macy sheep claim 50 Richard Black appraiser in I Macy sheep claim 60 W R Whltworth appraiser i Macy sheep claim 50 T M Bates fee as justice in Carter sheep claim 50 T M Bates fee as justice In Beavin sheep claim 60 i George W Dodson appraiser in Barr sheep claim 50 Gabe Nevitt appraiser in I Barr sheep claim 60 H G Vessells fee as justice in Barr sheep claim uu i James A Dean appraiser in Robertson Bros sheep claim 50 J W Owen appraiser in I Robertson Bros sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert fee as jus tice in Robertson Bros sheep claim 50 J W Owen appraiser in Robertson sheep claim 5Q Mont Smith appraiser in Robertson sheep claim 50 Frank Ruppert feo as jus tice in Robertson sheep claim 50 John Roach appraiser in I Basham sheep claim 50 Elihu Meador appraiser in Basham sheep claim 50 i John OReilly fee as justice in Basham sheep claim 50 Leo Hinton appraiser in I Hendrickson sheep claim 50 John C Furrow appraiser in Hendrickson sheep claim 50 r M Bates fee as justice in Hendrickson sheep claim 50 W T Macy appraiser in Blacksheep claim uu David Drisskcll appraiser in Black sheep claim 50 John OReilly fee as justice- in I Black sheep claim 50 D H Henning appraiser in Marshall sheep claim 50 L C Payne appraiser in j Mashall sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in I Marshall sheep claim u Chas Harper appraiser in Moorman Son sheep claim 50i J J h Limer appraiser in Moorman Son sheep claim 01 Frank Ruppert fee as jus tie in Moorman Son sheep claim 50 Garfield Bruner appraiser in Moorman sheep claim 60 J I Limer appraiser in Moorman sheep claim i50 Frank Ruppert fee as jus tice in Moorman sheep claim 50 Gid G Jolly appraiser in Driskell sheep claim i50- e Thos Taber appraiser In Driskell sheep claim50-J i OReilty fee as justice in Driskell sheep claim 50 C H Riedel appraiser in Dutschke sheep claim 60 Ins50sW F Hook fee in Dutschke sheep claim 50 J C DeHaven appraiser in Rhodes sheep claim 50 Wm Jarbor appraiser in Rhodes sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Rhodes sheep claim 50 Jas W Miller appraiser in Miller sheep claim 50 Wm DeHaven appraiser in Miller sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Miller sheep claim 50 John N Akers appraiser in Dowell sheep claim 5u S I Simmons appraiser in Dowell sheep claim I 50 Chas H Drury fee as jus tice in Dowell sheep claim 50 Ezra Dowell appraiser in Norton sheep claim 50 Albert Bullock appraiser in Norton sheep claim 50 C H Drury fee as justice in Norton sheep claim 50 T W Pate appraiser in Esk ridge sheep claim 50 Wm OReilly appraiser in Eskridge sheep claim 50 T M Bates fee as justice- in Eckridge sheep claim 50 Henry W West appraiser- in Squires sheep claim 50 J W Kincheloe appraiser- in Squires sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Squires sheep claim 50 W J Hall appraiser in Al lie Squires sheep claim 50 Mike Miller appraiser in Allie Squires sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Allie Squires sheep claim 50 L L Mitchell appraiser in Gibson sheep claim 50 W H Hall appraiser in Gibson sheep claim 50 T M Bates fee as justice in Gibson sheep claim 50 Thos Simmons appraiser- in Driskell sheep claim 50 A McMeador appraiser in Driskell sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Driskell sheep claim i 50 Lon Jarboe appraiser in Withers sheep claim 50 J M Withers appraiser in Withers sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justuce in Withers sheep claim 50 It is ordered by the court that all claims allowed at this term of court shall be paid out of the county levy for the year 1008 unless otherwise specified All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in atomizers That it is a wondrful remedy for Nasal Catarrh Is proved by an ever increasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender air passages It allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks All druggists 75c Including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 00 Warren Street New York THE YOUTHS COMPANION CALENDAR In Grandmothers Garden is the title of the beautiful picture painted by Charles C Curran for The Youths Companion panel Calendar for 1909 It is printed on the finest finished stock by the most recent methods of lithography All the strength and beauty of the original painting arc faithfully shown by employing thir teen seperate colors This is the lar gest Calendar that The Companion has ever issued the picture alone measuring 8 inches in width and 24 inches in length Below the picture are arranged the twelve months Great care has been taken to make the date figures legible and to insure a practical and useful as well as an artistic Calendar The Calendar is given to all those who pay their sub scriptions to The Companion for 1909 Mind Your Business If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble if you take keepbiliousnessyour system 25c at Severs drug store RURAL ROAOMAKING How Some Farmers Built a Good Highway Cheaply STONES FROM FIELDS USED Nothing Paid For MaterialNo Large Profit For u Contractor Only Cost of the Road Was the Cost of Homo LaborOne people are slow to learn is that the soil nature made for growing plants In docs not make a good road bed Soil is decomposed or pulverized rock with some humus or vegetable matter When this Is wet It Is mud when very dry it Is dust Whon soil Is used for a road the most of the time It Is In either one of these two conditions but there are short periods when there Is just the amount of molsluro In the soil that makes It so compact as to be a firm road For many years rural roadmak Ing has boon sonic process of getting more soil Into tbo rond and the stones out I can rcuinmbcr how under the supervision of the path master we used to work out the road tax by drawing soil In the road with a team and scraper and afterward throwing the stones from tho roadbed Into the ditch The next year after the soil had been flattened out by travel the same soil was scraped Into the center of the road again and the same stones thrown out The last few years this work has been more cheaply or easily done with the road worker This plan of roadmaking may give a fairly good country road where heavy loads are seldom drawn for two or hree months in summer but for the greater part of the year there Is no firm smooth road bed but mud ruts and dust says W H Jenkins of Sidney Center N Y in Hoards Dairyman For tho same reason that we need better school houses and rural schools we need better country roads Instituting stony or macadamized roads in agricultural localities is a most wise and farseeing policy for It hastens the time of bet ter agriculture and civilization and odds to the value of real estate Man always finds nature has antici pated his needs and Is only waiting for him to work up to a point whore ho can use what she provides Ho must learn to make his roads from the rock before tho glacier has ground them into soil not afterward For many years In many sections the agri culturists have not known how to get rid of the stones on their fields or what use to make of outcropping ledges of rock that could be quarried Now the modern machinery for making macad amized roads and the need of them and learning the uses of concrete will make these among their most valuable assets on tho farm As I am able to OLD BOADMAKINO METHOD RESULTS IN EITHEIl A MUD Oil DUST ROADBED see it the building of state roads by state funds does not best solve the problem of good roads for the farmer but by the farmers cooperating with the state The local Interest and effort are need ed Then they will get better roads at loss cost In many sections farmers are complaining about poor state roads In one road district in Now York two miles of macadamized road wore built at a cost of 1300 per mile One halt of this amount was subscribe cd by the people living In tho road distract and tho state paid the other half This road was built under the super vision of the town road commissioner and the steam road crusher and other machinery owned by the town wore used No large profit was paid to a contractor Nothing was paid for ma terial The only cost of the road was the cost of labor I would call atten tion to the fact that tile process of scientific road building as It was done in this Instance is the reverse of that so long practiced by farmers The soil they try to keep In tho road Is first all removed down to tho bedrock or gravel and when the grading Is done the understratum of the roadbed is made of the common field stones ono or two feet thick Next quarry stone or refuse from the quarry Is broken to mako a layer several inches thick then finished with a layer of hard crushed stone from the stone crusher and rolled with the steam roller- I drove over this two years from the time it was built and can say it was in better condlton than somo state roads I have seen built at the samo time I have taken pains to talk with people living on this road and find them entirely satisfied with their Investment and planning to build more of this road I think on one mile of this road four farmers live on the average The road cost them 050 per mile or about 163I each The interest on tho investment is less than 10 and I think all can sec that no farmer can mako a bettor investment Hero they have a road bed that will last for many years and tho yearly road tax will keep it in repair Farms have been cleaned of Btono In providing material work was provided for home labor a road has accordingftot rl I a vR1 w CARNEGIE WOULDCUT Claims Infant Industries N Longer Need Protection Says Steel and Oil Duties Slloul- Be Abolished and Urges Tariff for Revenue and an Increasein Taxes on Important Articles Consumed by the Rich Andrew Carnegie who built up the steel trust and amassed huge fortune under protective tariff claims that there is no longer any needof protecting our one timeI infant industries which have now grown to lusty maturity that duties on manufactured articlesI ought to be greatly reduced pro tective duties of steel and oil to gether abolished and duties for revenue increased on imported luxuries consumed by the rich These amazing statements from a man supposed to bo a diedin thewool protectionist Mr Car negie makes in his article illy Experience with and Views Upon the Tariff which will appear in the December issue of the Cen tury Magazine to be published November 25 in which after sketching the development of American protection and relating inside stories of tariff legislation in Congress he arrays the facts and arguments which convince him that the day of tariff for pro tection in America is gone and that in general such duties should be greatly decreased abolished in many cases and duties increased on important luxuries In spite 6f this radical standpoint Mr Carnegie maintains he is still as much as a protectionist whore protection is really needed as ho ever was and that he has not changed one iota since he has formed a clear and definite view in regard to protection He furthur states that President McKinley was of our school of protection ists strong for protection where needed but equally strong in abolishing unnecessary duties Pointing out that the McKinley bill generally considered highly protective really reduced duties j on steel rails beams structural shapes nails forgings etc Mr Carnegie goes on to narrato the part he himself played in making out lists reducing iron and steel duties in connection with the WilII son and other tariff reform billsI andshows how two distinguished Democratic leaders Senators Gor man and Gov Flower helped to I defeat the revolutionary featulcsJJ of the Wilson bill and yet obtain ed a thorough and juductous re form reducing duties on iron and steelonethird Regarding the present status ofI the steel industry the master of of Skibo castle says the writer has cooperated in making the sev oralreductions as steel manufact urers became able to bear reduction Today they need no protection unless perhaps in some new specialties unknown to the writer J because steel is now produced cheaper hero than anywhere else notwithstanding the higher wages paid per man Not a ton of steel is produced in the world at as smallan outlay for labor as in our own country and from his experience as a steel maker ho arrays facts and conditions that explain the paradox of high wages and lower cost for labor Ho is as positive on oilas on I steel and concludes his apparently enthusiastic discussion of the pro tectivo and rotalitory oil duty withE the statement The oil producers like the steel producers of our country need no protection from the products of other lands My Experience withand 1 Views Upon the Tariff most earn estly champions tariff for revenue and from Mr Carnegies state ments and indorsement of this wo quote p In conclusion tariff for protec tion whiebwits the issue forty years ago sho uld now give place i Lfi ji wwct a tariff for revenue and there fore the strict maintenance of the 1t present duties upon foriegn luxur ies paid by the rich 0In the writors opinion the re vision of the tariff could today safely and advantageously be made sugd Congress ence to the timid manufacturer whom we always have with us thinks it prudent not to disturb his dreams unduly and only halves the present duties upon some articles and abolishes them entire ly upon others always 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weakness lie had the lean active bearing of the panther and the restless daring of that lithe animal No man in the company had stood fire as valiantly as he He courted tho whiz of the bullet scoffed at tho rig ors of the march and instinctively was t a good shot with the rifle He bore no grudgo against the department a home he had no grievance The officers recognized in him a ma of parts a man of station far above tho position which he bad chosen In the army Ho was a source of mystery to the men of his own rank In th- olinethe plowboys the teamsters tha roustabouts and the heerdo wells wh had gone into the army from choice or discretion At first they had calle him tho dude and had laughed at I his white hands and clean Jaws His I Indifference to their taunts annoyed them One day he knocked down tho biggest bully of the lot and walked away without even waiting to see whether he would arise after the blowII He simply glared at the next man who chaffed It was enough The com pang held him in a new respect that forbade tho reporting of the incident to the officer of the day Every night before he lay down to sleep in the rice field or the barrios ho took from his pocket a leather case and gazed nt the small portrait it shel teredoNo one had been permitted to see him in his devotions for that was what he called those sacred moments His lean face full of fierce energy all day long softened as his eyes devoured the dainty miniature v t iHalt Who goes there A shot rang out In the stillness of tho night It was answered at onco by another closer in More shots followed r gradually increasing to a fusil lade as the scouts and pickets came running back Men sprang up from the ground but even as thoy did so another volley reached them and three men dropped with a groan and lay still The alarm sounded clear front the bugle and echoed back from the surrounding hills A sharp command came from the throat of the sergeant The company seized the stacked rifles Captain Groce gave another order The formation to repel attack was made In an Incredibly short space of time There was no disorder no confusion 4 The little officer was as cool as if on paradeii Walt until theyre r nearerThey had not long to wait From all sides a horde of shouting firing men were rushing on the little square Y Hero they are Now then boys fled f Volley after volley rang out Tho foremost of the enemy fell at their r feet Hand to hand was the fighting ff Tho bayonets lunged with deadly et feet but seemed powerless to thrust l tho mass back on itself Men shot il hacked stabbed and clubbed each oth r rcr It was a whirl of uplifting and descending rifles and bolos Fierce of hs vied with the shrieks rt P of the wounded for supremacy Tho r grunt of men who slaughter the gasps of tho victims when the steel went I home were heard on all sides At r I times the soldiers could not see on act count of tho sweat and blood pouring from their faces The very air was foul frm the steam from the living and the dead They could not breathe A sort of vertigo overpowered them and they or ly kept their feet by grap pling with the enemy To Banscmer It seemed that all his Ute ho had been doing nothing but warding off and delivering blows Fighting side by side with Rogers ho r saw with horror that the soldiers rifle had been torn from his n- I and that he had no weapon to defend I5 himself but before he could see Just how it happened this individual com bat had altered Its aspect Rogers had grabbed the Filipinos gun and was doing the clubbing With renewed baysnetman fall on top of poor Adams and Icelander Suddenly there was an exultant yell I from tho enemy Instinctively Banscs mer know that one side of tho square had given way Quickly turning ho Lrushed to glvo his aid and Just In time caught tho arm of D native about to slash him with a huge knife With the t two gripped hands high in the air TI struggling for mastery the adversaries became separated a bit from the rest of tho chaotic mass of friend and foe c swaying out to one side of the plaza conventf7p J s Banseraer was facing it and Just ata the moment that he felt his strength jiving way and could sep a grin of triumph on the fiendish face there 8mp iI flilban J 8 pQrt4u4 ills gad I 1= ==1 V G vcrsaryTeJl at nis reet umuciug up tu ascertain who had fired the shot that had saved hIs life he thought he saw a figure disappearing from one of the windows The incident acted as an inspiration Gathering together a few mon he reached the captains side and communicated his plan Tic opportu darty was not to be lost Groce gave an order Connell repeated it Then In terprotlng a temporary lull in the mur tirorI men with n cheer and dragging tho field piece broke for the building and by bayoneting and clubbing the insur gents out of the way accomplished tho dash with slight loss The soldiers hurled themselves against the stoutly barred door It fell with a crash Guards were stationed and all open- Ings and windows manned Singularly enough these defensive actions seem forttho watchers peering out of the win ocn cupied the recent field of battle Not a single Filipino was to be seen on the plaza Every village has its convent or bar sizeapopulation But this particular build lighteddlit gave the impression of ranking in with many of thoso in far larger villages Immediately the thought came to the invaders that the church might have sheltered the Insurgent leaders Aguinaldo or PIlar might have directed the attack from inside these walls Orders were given to search every corner and crevice to ferret out concealed foes A rear win dow was open proving that flight could have boot by that means of egress Banscmer was almost posi tive that the bullet which had killed his assailant had come from one of the upper windows but whether from friend or foe was undeterminable Were they rot in n cunningly planned trap of some kind- Consideraily perplexed Uauscmcr decided to keep on his guard lie was ruthlessly searching the chancel whoa a deep groan caught his attention Presently us he paused to listen n dark figure leaped toward him from a recess back of the altar The flash of a pistol blinded him and momentarily a sharp pain shot through his arm but he recovered in time to throw his tal frame forward upon thcsllgbt almost Indistinguishable figure There was a short struggle and bofore his com rade could roach him his adversary was safely pinned to the floor A moment later the torches in tho hands of his friends were burning brightly above tho figure of his captivea slen der boy who choked with terror and rageWho are you my young friend asked Banscmer holding the boy at arms length There was no answer from the tight ly closed lips and Bansemer shook him k little roughly Then for the first time he perceived that he was not n Fili- pIno His skin was dark but not the tkln of the natives The handsome boyish face had regular features Eu ropean In character Spaniard inquired Bansemer a tri fle more gently and again the boy flashed a look of hatred into his captors eyes- Look here my young spalpeen said Connell gruffly Filipino or Span lard if you want to save your hide youd better answer questions and no lies do you hear At this threat a deep groan was heard to come from somewhere back in the recesses of the chancel Tho mon were btartled Involuntarily the boy cast a furtive glance in that direc tion Connell noticed it and leaving the boy with Bansemcr hurrIed away and soon was looking down into tho face of a prostrate man young but aged with emaciation You must not touch him I Dont you seo that he Is dying cried the boy piteously in broken English He can not fight yon hes dying and then In a perfect frenzy of rage to Bansomor Let me goplgl Not until afterward did Bansemer recall that In the general excitement it was tho boy who dragged him along to the spot And in spite of the solem nity of the scene there was something in his manner of delivering tho insult that amused rather than angered the AmericanPlucky little devil ho said half oodIAgain the sick man groaned tried to rise from the blankets and speak but only to fall back moaning Connell cautioned him against exertion IUldI promised that no harm should como to either of them While ho reported tho I discovery to Captain Groce he had the man carried to another part of the church and there made comfortable For the first time now Banscmer beganI to notice the pain in his arm Some what angrily be turned to the boyICome Give an account of yourself I How came you here Prisoners was tho sullen answerI Of the Filipinos Bansemer askedJJ in surprise Yes Then why did you try to kill me 641 hate you bothI Wo Spaniards have wo not as much to fear from you errWhat difference does color mako InII O O btJ O 7Jy George Barr- McCucheon Author of Beverly of Grausiarh Etc a I Zty the holy apostles Youre aI gritty young un growled the retina j I chapIt boy his voice softening Holy Virgin savo him For weeks weve been iin tho hands of AguInaldos men Hes been so ill all the time Have you at doctorA surgeon will probably be with us before long was tho sergeants s evasive reply Bansemcr looked searchIngly nt Con nell What he saw in the others eyes caused him a sharp pang of grief Both men turned their faces awny Corn moment and it was with a gulp that Connell continued Your broher will have the best of care If we get out of this moss You are both safe Wo are not fighting the Spaniards And then pertinently So those were Agulnaldos men Yes He was here directing thoI fight the Ioy answered Agulnaldo here This and other ejaculations of surprise and anger 1 There torts a short struggle burst Inchorus from every throat But as suddenly they were followed by ox pressions of chagrin for by contrasting the present situation with that which they had anticipated this Information had succeeded In Intensifying their mortificationBut his sharo of the unlvorsal disappointment a hasty 10i flection of preceding events convinced Graydon that personally ho had little ground for complaint against the late occupants of the convent for uninten tional as undoubtedly had been the net through which at the very point of death his existence had been pre served there was no evidence to refute the hypothesis that the shot which had killed his assailant In the plaza had been droll by one of the Insur gents under cover Great Scott was the exclamation to which he gave utterance Once more I suppose I owe my life to the blundering marksmanship of a Flip noThis half hearted acknowledgment of his strange indebtedness educed from his companions no recognition other than a puzzled stare from the sergeant and an enigmatical smile on tho face of the young Spaniard Con nell proceeded with hIs examination Why did they leave you here They had no time to take us with them when you broke in was the boys answer Aguinaldo was on his way to some village where his family is In hiding The scouts told him of your presence Thou he determined not to wait for IMInr but to surprise you We never rested day or night My poor brotherhow he Buffered ccYes yes but why are they carrying you on a march like this My brother is the only man who knows whore the Spanish gold was hidden when our war was ended 1 mean tho gold that came up with guns and ammunition Agulnhjido is looking for tho hiding place fly father a high officer in the Spaiisnrmy died of the fever last wjnterjf We were stolen from our houSclflu Manila by AguInaldos men and have been going from place to palace ever since Wo have not told of the hiding place The Americans do not need gold noi The boy laughed sarcastically How many men has Agulnaldo Three hundred or more I would advise you to look out for Pilar He momentI his mouth when a storm of yells came from outside tho convent and im mcdjiately tho boy rushed to his broth ers side Great Ceasar theres a thousand of them cried Rogers Instantly every man made for the position assigned to him Tho gun was In readiness Outsido tho Mausers rattled bullets coming from all quarters and thumping sharply against the op posite walls with a patter that warned tho Americans against standing erect Occasionally n scout would peep from a window and take a shot Into tho darkness but these ventures were few e J All lights w ro extlngilsllod The men fired nt till spots from which burst the flames of rifles then tropppd sqd dcnly After awhile the firing of th Filipinos dwindled Into a shot now nut then Keep lour They dont dare risk n charge Be ready to defend the door CaptaIn Groce cominnnded Tile night wore on and with the ces sation of hostilities confluence morons ed Reenforcemunts were not far off and it did not scorn possible that the sounds of battle could nt be heard The men worn out by the exciting events of the day wore generally si lent Sergeant Connell however was an exception saytugMarch will be here la the shake of u dead lambs tall An hour Later Brinsemoe his rifle In hand sitting near ono of the windows suddenly felt some one tugging nt his arm Turning he saw the Spanish boy Wont you come anti help me to carry my brother behind the stone wall lie was saying lie Is exposed to the bullets and cannot move him self Willingly and G rn don followed his lend As if he was n child he picked up the gaunt Spaniard and carefully bore him to the place of shelter but despite all that he could do to hide his suffering the pain in his arm which the removal of the mUll had in creased was such for a moment that he felt faint and staggered The boy Iwas quick to notice It and quickly askedWhat is the matter Wounded Its nothing merely a scratch Oh I know Why its your arm11 and I The boys face crimsoned lwith shame and contrition Through the semIdarkness the blush escagd Graydons notice but not so thb truly feminine little shriek of dismay as he touched and felt the wet sleeved It was I who did It Oh how can you over forgive meT Grnydon dumfounded stared In wonderWhat ho exclaimed youre a girlYes Im hIs sister pointing to the dying man then with some embar rassment These clothes They are the only ones they would give me You see a girl would have boon a burden a boy none at all Do you think that had I been a man you could so easily hare overpowered mo No The slim little figure drew itself up straight and defiant before him Despite the loose ugly garments of tile Filipinos Graydon noticed for the first time thar the figure was perfectly molded and high bred She swept oft the wide hat she wore and the mar saw a mass of dark hair done up tight ly on hor fiend But even while he gazed hor mood changed She became I subserviently anxious and begged him to let her attend to his arm She pleaded Ito hard that to please her he yielded Water was obtained from somewhere tho slight flesh wound washed and then disappearing into the darkness to his amazement she returned almost instantly with some bandages and dressed his arm While this surgical operation was going on Graydon for the life of him could not resist the temptation to ask her again why she had tried to shoot him Atfirst so terribly in earnest did she take the question and beg for mnrrv that he smiled at her and then FIFTEEN YEARS OF- KEENSUFFERING Rheumatism Developed Burning Painful Sores on LegsTortured- Day and NightTried All Kinds of Remedies to No AvailWife Had Debility and Pains in Back s BOTH USED CUTICURA AND ARE WELL AGAIN My husband had boon a groat suf ferer with rheumatism for nearly fifteen years At first It was in his bonoe but after a while it was in tho flash and finally running sores broko out on his anklteTore comfort and great suffering he had to evorykindtreated him ono after the other with out any good results whatever So one day I happened to road about Cutioura Remedies I asked him if ho would not try thorn No said ho its n6 uso Ive spent enough money now Tho next day I ordered fivo dollars worth of Cutioura Soap Cut curs Ointment and Cuticura Rosolvent Ho began to uso thorn without confidence but after three weeks all tho sores were dried up Tho burning fire stopped and too pains became bearable After three months ho was painsrindworking hard and had taken cold But as soon as ho used Cuticura again it cured him Two years ago I used Cuticura Pills for general debility They did mo a crcat deal of good and mado mo well Threo months since I had pains in my back and Cuticura took them away too I can provo this testi AlbertiUpper A Single Treatment Consisting of a warm bath with CutIj cura Soap a gentle application of Cuti cura Ointment and a mild doso of Cuticurn Resolvent or PiIIslIs often sufficient to afford permit rest and sloop and point to a speedy cure of torturing dIsfiguring eezemas rashes itctings irritations and inflammations of tho skin and scalp fromfInfancy to age when all olso fails Cuticura Soap 2Sir Ointment IOd Resolvent 5h rocaatiuitAelsnild perttrDnakcemacorod kts1 seeing illS amusement Silo Salts eo quottlshly How could I possibly havo known that you ware so nice Bosldoa I had always hoard you Americans re ferred to as brutes Gru don laughed thou suddenly his face became very grave The realiza lion of her terrible situation hadi fawned upon him A woman among aI trowd of rough soldiers Her brother lad protector dying And all surrounded by hordes of savage enemies who at any moment might kill thorn pleasantryfromdone and at once Presently he asked What Is your name My frtther was Colonel Ramos Jos Velasquez Thnt also is my brothers name except that he is not an officer I am Teresa Fortune Volasqiiez My mother war English a sister of Sir William Fortune She Is dead For ton years wp have lived in Manila You wont mind If I call the ser goant will you Tho girl nodded n slightly bewildered assent as Gravdon moved rapidly toward tho others Shortly he returned with the gallant Irishman Senorita began Council mopping his forehead and assuming his most polite manner you aro perfectly safe with us and as quickly as possible your brother and yourself shall be sent back to Manila You are a bravo slip of a girl and we boys respect bravery In whatever dress boy or girl She looked at him in grateful sur prise and her lips trembled But I am not your friend Possibly senorita He bowed low with almost Chestcrfiel lian grace But we are your friends Outside once more the Mausers were rattling and Connell with a word of parting hastily took his leave Gray thin on the point of returning to his post was prevented by the girl You were gentle with me even when I tried to Dont risk your life there Shoot from that narrow gate pointing aloft Its not so exposed Bansemer dragged an altar chair up to the grated window and perched Bantcmcr stood sqttarrhj in frrmt ofthe altar trod blazed uwav himself upon it The girl sat below him holding her brothers head hi tier lap Ho was groaning ani1 crying oat to tho soldiers to kill him rather than permit him to fall into the hands of the natives again- Suddenly there was n great comma tion and crushing of timbers In the front part of the church followed by shouts and the rushing of feet Gray don dropped from his perch and ran forth Into the chancel As he did so the banging of rifles close at hand deafened him In an Instant 1 he saw what had happened The Filipinos had charged the door and had forced It They were crowding their way Into the church In the face of the deadly KragJorgensens The chapel was lighted but not from the Inside Cunning insurgents In the shelter of the walls were holding great torches Just outside of the windows Graydon couldsee his comrades firing at the door from behind every conceivable barrier Without hesitation he dashed down the aisle and Into the thick of the fray near the door The struggle was brief but fierce The mercllors fire of many Mausers on the outside opened u way through the small baud of defenders and the rush of tho besiegers was successful Through the door and windows they carne swarming like bees Many of them fell to riso no more but their comrades took an eye for an eye Once confident soldiers toppled over dead until but few were left Bauso men led them In n quick dash for tho chancel hoping that the enemy would not dare attack a place so sacred Captain Groco and othor otU ors had fallen Cornell became the loader of the remnant Baiisemer stood squarely In front of the altar and blazed away at the horde of Filipinos as they advanced Thoy shot at him wildly anti without effect Bullets crashed Into the altar decorations behind him Ho stood there as ono protected by God unharmed In the shelter of tho cross Behind him his cowered and cursed In the Erodesot certain death lIe heard of tho girl urging him to protect her brother She was calling upon God and tho Holy Virgin to aid and shield him And he stood there with a crazy Joy In his heart savagely pulling the trig ger of the KragJorgensen Finally tho hammer snapped with no report he turned back in consternation a small figure leaped to his side with afresh weapon He shouted a word of warning to her and 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6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here Is a fine opportunity for a mon with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further oafticulars write JNO D BABBAGE CJoverjort Xy 4CF r rt F e 1fAr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO rf 1 r Issued Every Wednesday Sabscription Price 100 a year in advancer I I i i ofjr 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIESIi t charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 1 1 advance jy Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please motify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give l I heir old as well as the now address Fr 1t EIGHT PAGES ii 1908iif Congress meets next Tuesday It will stand 219 Republicans to 172 Democrats Alt you lpaying attention to the label on your paper If you are not receiving the paper you may know that your subscription has expired The best way is to renew just before the expiration This will prevent breaks in your subscription Every paper is stopped when time expires unless we received your renewal STEPHKNSIORT is not a dead town by any means but one of the livest of its size in the State There are more goods sold there and more money deposited in its bank of any other town of like size in the State Judge Adair cashier of the Two States Bank says the business y of his bank has been extremely satisfactory more than ho could have asked for taking the state of the times into consideration A visit to this good town will convince any one of the facts as stated The News takes great pleasure this week in publishing the Thanks giving letters set forth on the front page They appear just as they interestingnand we urge you to read them Note the originality the spirituality and uniqueness of them They also show that the simple things of life can make a child happy not automobiles and goldrings and diamonds are essential to their happiness God bless them and may their little hearts grow and gain with joyfulness and thanksgiving At Stjn Antonio Tex Tuesday whore Mr and Mrs W1 Bryan stopped on their way to Mexico for a vacation the defeated demo cratic candidate said to a group of friends that ho hoped it would never become necessary to run for oilice again but that he would not attempt to decide that question until the time comes to act In reply to the direct question whether he would run for the presidency again he said ho was not Democraticbparty That party was already great educational force and he had no doubt that tho voters would yet turn to it for the accomplishment of necotMHiry reforms Mr Bryan blames Tammany for the Now York slump OUR THANKS JLMD WISHES Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day 1 And the News is glad for never before in tho existence of the paper have we had more for which to bo thankful Pulling through the panic victoriously launching success fully tho cash in advance subscription plan have meant a great deal to the News and among the many blessings we are especially thankful for these two But most of all do we give thanks for the keen inter est that has sprung up in the BrockonridgeNows during the last year We have never known our subscribers to watch for the paper with such eagerness as they do now from week to week May you all have the Thanksgiving spirit There is not anything that adds more to ones happiness than to be thankful to bo able to appreciate the good things of life And too may you all have plenty turkey and cranberries and pumpkin pie however in our estimation I these are the least that go to make up the happy November day Thankfulness and gratefulness are the greatest may your hearts and dishes be filled with the- mLIB11TY OF CONSCIENCE To discriminate against a thoroughly upright citizen because he belongs to some particular church or because like Abraham Lincoln he has not avowed his allegiance to any church is an outrage against that liberty of conscience which is one of the foundations of American liberty You are entitled to know whether a man seeking your suff- rages h is a man of clean and upright life honorable in all his dealings with hit fellows and fit by qualification and purpose to do well in the office for which ho is a candidate but you are not entitled to know matters which lie purely between himself and his Maker If it is r proper or legitimate to oppose a man for being a Unitarian as was John Quincy Adams for instance as a Rev Edward Everett Hale at 7 the present moment chaplain of the Senate and an American of whoso life all good Americans arc proud then it would be equally proper to support or oppose a man because of his views on justification r by faith or the method of administering the sacrament or the Gospelof salvation by works If you once enter upon such a career c stopFromPletidentr I r Or L rpWov AfI OOn- L 9V1 1rr r Public Sale I I tbestt t 4 Wednesday December 16th 1908 I on the H L Kurtz deceased farm the following 4ff Fifteen head of Mare Mules 9 Yearling Two Year Old and 2 Work Mules 27 head of good Sheep about 700 bu Corn 30 tons Hay j 2 Wagons I Buggy Farm Implements of all kinds some nearly new and some Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms made known on date of sale J C KURTZ I p 61 =i nMJ III7J 1a 4t Prominent Young People to Wed i The wedding of Miss Bettie Lee Mc Call and Mr Edwin Jolly will be quietly solemnized at 3 oclock this afternoon in the Methodist Church at Irvington The Rev Everetts English of Hnrdinsburg will officiate The only attendants will be Miss Vernita Schmidt the maid of honor and Mr Hillard Biggs the best man After the ceremony an informal reception will be given at the home of the grooms mother Mrs Lydia Joll- ySOCIAL NOTES It PROM IRVINGTON litEMs OF UNUSUAL INTEREST V Thanksgiving Services at Methodist Church OTHER LOCAL BRIEFS Miss Edith Marshall of Louisville will arrive today to visit Mrs W J Piggott during the Thanksgiving holi days Miss Marshall twill have a number of entertainments given in her honor during her visit Mrs Minnie Todd of Versailles has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Miss Jessie Brady left Tueiday for Fordivillt to attend the GainesSlater weddfng on Nov 25 Miss Claire Jolly who is a student at Logan College Russellville Ky came home Saturday to spend the Thanksgiv ing holidays with her mother Mrs Lydia A Jolly and to attend the JollyMcCull wedding Go where you may and you will find no prettier town than Irvington and there is no disputing the fact that liar people are among the best on earth Mrs J H Couly and little man Hugh Conly Jr arrived Friday from Birming ham Alabama to be the guest of her mother Mrs Minnie Henderson for several weeks Mrs H W Herudon after a lengthy visit here the guest of Mr and Mrs T M McGlothlan and other relatives left for Henderson Tuesday for a visit to her daughter Mrs John S Norris Miss Mary Alexander gave a slumber ing party to a few of her girl friends last Saturday evening The Thanksgiving services will be held at the Methodist Church at 11 a m by the pastor Rev B F Wilson Mr and Mrs Bate Washington will leave today Wednesday for Louisville to spend a few days the guest of their daughters Mrs Harry Major and Mrs Perry Weaver Mr Buddie Simmons of Lexington is spend g this week visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Neifus President Eliot of Harvard says the solution of the boy lies in hard work hard study and hard play It is the half hearted effort that causes the boy to lose his place in work in study and in the gauge The public school is doing some ex cellent work in all departments The classes are very large but the recitations show a steady improvement- Mr and Mrs F H McGehee spent Saturday at Long Branch the guest of Mr and Mrs Chris McGehee Miss Jessie Bowman who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Scott Brown has returned to Hardinnburg Mr and Mrs J R Jolly of McQuady were visitors of Mr and Mrs Luther Wilson latt week The Girls Club was pleasantly enter tained on last Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Jessie Brady Dr Will Hook dentist of Cloverport has rented two rooms over the Irvington Pharmacy and will locate here about the first of December Miss Ellen Mumford will go to Louis ville this week to be the guest of her cousin Miss Lelia Tydings Mr Joe Board of near Guston was a visitor of Miss Nellie Smith last Sunday Mrs Nannie J Wathen returned Sat urday from a short business trip to LouisvilleMiss Brady spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville visiting her sistei Mrs Tony McCoy Mrs arsball of near Hardiasbu after being the guest of Mr aid Mrs Matt Pajrae returned home Saturday The bride is tho only daughter of Mrs Bettie Hendrix McCall of Meade County She was reared in Louisville and was graduated from the Girls High School there last June Although only nineteen years of age Miss McCall is accomplished in both vocal and instrumental music Mr Jolly is the son of the late R M Jolly and inherited some of his fathers splendid qualities He is a college graduate and is a business man who will no doubt achieve real success Miss Mary Cornwall after a few days spent theguest of Miss Mary Joe Mat tingly at Glendeane returuo 1 Monday Mrs James Bolin and daughter left last week for Fordsville for a two weeks visit to relatives The W F M S of the Methodist Church held an interesting meeting on last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Frank Peyton Miss Nannie Pusey of Chicago who has been in Henderson meeting Miss Erma Williams is expected this week for a visit to her Aunt Miss Emily Munford Mr Henry Head ofnearRosetta Ky has purchased the Brown property in the West end of town from Dr McMul len of McDaniels He will move his family here and take possession in bout two weeks Next Monday is the lost day of grace for paying your taxes After that date a penalty of 0 per cent will be added Pay now and save money Milt Miller sheriff 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 Iit Whites Cream Vermifugeguaranteed harmless Exptls the worms and puts the baby in a healthy normal condition Sold by A R Fisher The Louisville Market Total sales in this market lust week were 695 hhds against Is60 hhds sold in corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week were 864 hhds against 7gl hhds received on corres ponding week of last year Rejections last week were 99 hhds 15 per cent of the auction sales against 24 per cent for the preceeding week Of the total sales 506 buds were burley and 189 hhds were Dark tobacco Four hogsheads constituted the total auction sales t n Tuesday On Wednes day 125 hhds new BurleY1238 hhds old Burley aud 45 hhds dark tobacco were offered making a total offering for the day of 408 hhds On Thursday the breaks contained 330 hhds Burley and 45 hhds dark These Increased offerings indicate the effect of last weeks rain which light as it was brought some tobacco into stripping aud prizing condition- A new high record for 1908 crop was made Wednesday when the Pickett House sold a hogshead of Hart county new crop at 23 fhis house sold five hogsheads of new crop on Wednesday at I 21 50 22 2250 and 25 The general tone of the Burley market this week has been broader and stronger All buyers agreed that both the old andnew leaf and lugs were harder to buy this week than they have been for some time The colory kinds of the 1008 crop are especially high and strong In fact it is gencfalljrVpjaceded that considering the amoulttof1t1pyotin the new crop it is selling relaliveJy higher than the old tobaccoThe for dark tobacco was fair ly steady but without much activity the offerings being too small to attract general attention As this report goes to press we learn that negotiations are still pending be tween the officers of the Burley Society and the American Tobocco Company but decision has yet been arrived at though it may be concluded before this reaches our readers LATER On Thursday night just be fore midnight the deal was concluded We understand It includes a sale to the American Tobacco Company of 10000 000 lbs of 1906 crop at 2050 per hun dred and 60000000 lbs 1907 crop at 1700 per hundred making the total1 sale aggregate over twelve million dol JournalgPay your taxes and save penalty L NOTICE TAXPAYERSAll December 1will be termed delin quents and the penalty will be ad ded Please pay and delay further cost I will be in Cloverport every Saturday until December 1 l MILT MILLER S B J CJJ HARDINSBURG LOCAL NEWS Miss Seaton Dies at the Age of SeventyOne Years Thanks giving Services at Methodist Church Mrs Mattie Seaton aged seventy one years and one week died Wed nesday November 18th at the home of her twin I sister Mrs Jas Barnes of the New Bethel neighborhood af ter an illness of only seven days hav ing become indisposed on her seventy first birthday She was a member of the New Bethel Baptist Church a good woman one who had a wide cir cle of friends The interment took place at the new cemetery in Hardins burg on Thursday- Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe were in Louisville a few days last week Allen Kincheloe with Dr Board at his Sanitarium was at home several days last week Jeff Dillon at home from Birmingham Alabama is at work construct ing some walks about his fathers res idence There is no more welcome visitor ever seen here than bighearted whole souled Jeff Dillon The Teachers Association can not be held at Garfield next Saturday as was announced but will be Saturday December 12th The Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the M E Church Thursday Dr Mather will deliver the Thanksgiving sermon Robt A Smith visited relatives at Garfield last week R M Shipp Supt Winchester scho als will on Dec 5 and Gth address the people at Cloverport Balltown GlendeanQ McDaniels Hudson and Custer on the educational awakening inKentuckyMr Mrs Sam Heinmger of Westview were guests of Mr and Mrs J H Pile Sunday Franklin Kincheloe spent Sunday at McDaniels the guest of T J and Will C Moore Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough came up Sunday morning to be the guest of Mrs H M Beard Dr McMuilin has bought of Elmer and Claude Downs 113 acres of land on the left of the road leading to Kirk for 2250 This is a part of the old Weatherford place News was received here Sunday morning of the death of Robert Spen cer of McDaniels after a weeks ill ness of pneumonia Mr Spencer was one of the most prosperous farmers iin the county a man whose honesty in dustry and frugality were shining examples for men to imitate Several years ago Mr Spencer married Mis Viola Glasscock daughter of Win Glasscock of Mook The wife sur vives the death of her lamented hus bandNext Monday is the last day of grace for paying your taxes After that date a penalt nrl o per cent will be added Pay now and save money Milt Miller sheriff Mrs Judith Miller has bought o James Kinnison 25 acres of land near the fair grounds for 475 At the meeting of the Democratic voters in Hardinsburg Saturday af ternoon Precinct Committee men were elected as follows first ward Judge N McMercer Sfjcpndj Marshall Norton third Hubert DeJarnette fourth Tice Hendrich Attys Claude Mercer and John P Haswell were in Owensboro Saturday on legal business- Howard Hook son of T J Hook has a severe attack of pneumonia Mrs Dennie Miller visited her mo ther Mrs Zeno Hendrick last weekI Tom Moore went to McDaniels Saturday night Mrs Emma H Skillman of Glover port was in town Saturday Judge Mercer went to McDaniels Sunday c tir C a k 1 i WE TE- STEYES 1 Free and every Pair of Glasses we sell are Guaranteed to fit you or your money back Severs Drug Co YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior methods in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions abso lutely guaranteed graduates Full Information in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY V Dept E Owensboro Ky Farm Wanted Wish to hear quickly from OWNERS who will soil UIRECT TO BUYER good farm of any size in any locality Not particular about location OWNERS only need answer who aro willing to closo their own deal direct alaiI BUYER without paying any com mission to anyone I urn no agent and accept no commission I wish to connect my HUNDHEE8 OF BUYERS With OWNERS so they can buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some spout Write quickly Give prlco and de nybuyersto them and so they can buy at your prIceL Box 18J2 Rochester- N Y- t iffl 1 IKWt j FOR RENTA furnished room In a resi convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News office FOR SALESmall cottage known as the House Apply at Brecklnrldgo Bank i Standard gas engine oil and j Fgasoline Breckonridge News Officer 1 4News t nesss FOR FALFScholarship m Bowling Green university Bowling Green Ky Breck t enrldRo News NEATER and cooker combined stove for News olllco FOR SALETlie Alex Boyd property on St call on R L Nowsom FOR SALE Ono pair four year old black t mules harness and wagon Wm N 1 Johnson at English Kitchen CloverportKyr1JJ bearf I ing 400 200 Have nakiti been used muchNews Office Jt1I 1 Notice Of Application For Pardon i Henry Clayton who was convicted of hay i Ingsoxual intercourse with female under sixteen years of ace In the Circuit Court of Brcckenridgo county at tho October q term of said Court 1P06 will ask the Gover f 1 nor for pardon and all who object will notify the Governor and stafo In writing any ob r ieetionrjtr t Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST rII Olilce Over CLOVERPORT Breckenrldge Dank KENTUCKY Subscribe for t THE NEWS 4b 4 Y i jShe Breckenridge News I Remedyr l A Reliable CATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed + Gives Relief at Onco It cleanses soothes F protectstho4 brane resulting from Y Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly ItcMMW CFICOl 7 LtlTasteI atDrughisit or by liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers 5G Warren Street New York it WEDNESDAY NOV 25 1908 N oiII 1 PERSONALI 7 z AND LOCAL K ci jBen Masterson is here from Tell City s z Miss Esther Jackson was in Caunelton f Sunday Mr and Mrs Selby McUracken and S jJ son Chadwick will go to Louisvillo to morrow t t Vivian Pierce of Versailles was homoI 1fJ Berry spent last Tuesday iint 11Salurday Mrs John Watfield were in f Geo McCubbins of titepheusport was here Friday Born to Mr and Mrs Wm Mc Cracken Nov 23 a girl Claude Mercer of Hardinsburg was in town last week on business Mrs Macklewayne of Euiminence i Ky is the guest of Mrs Fort iiMissEvelyn Herndon of Irvingtonis the guest of Mrs James T Lewis r Fresh celery bananas sweet potatoes applet oranges etc V G Babbage Mrs John Burn and daughter Miss t Jeannette spent Friday in Louisville I Mrs Frank Mattingly and Mrs Ben Ridgeway were in Louisville Thursday- S P Archer of Ekron was here Fri day to see his ueice Miss Mamie Graham o Mrs Moseby and son Stader Moseby of Ten City have been the guests of r David Owen Hall i JT Patterson has gone to Ntw Orleans to spend the winter with his t son Chas Patterson 3Morrison Calhoon dentists offlce downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Wilkerson has been visiting Mr f and Mrs Walter Allen She left last week for Owensboro and Evansville If you need anything in Harneis leather or harness supplies call at the old Post Office building V G Bubbage l Judge Mike Stephens and Mrs Steph i ens of Hawesvillo were visiting their daughter Mrs W M Powers last Sun dayDr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week followirg4th Monday Mr and Mrs David Duncan and children are expected from Branden burg to spend Thanksgiving wits his parentsMr i Mrs W E Tiiplett have re turned to Bewleyville from Louisville He will assist his father T J Triplett put up tobacco x C Good things for Thanksgiving at T F Sawyers Fresh oysters celery cranberries plum pudding mince meat rfmalaga grapes Isc lb pine apples Ise f eachMonday F IGI the last day of grace for i paying your taxes After that date- a penalty of 0 per cent will be added Pay now and save money Milt Miller sheriffMr B M Taul and Mrs N E Taul his mother of Wavnoka Okla came in last week to visit relatives here and at 1Mattingly They will extend their visit to the New Year A 4 BLOODWe live by our blood and on- t it We thrive or starve as our n blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by ti When strength is full and Spirits high we are being re freshedbone muscle and brain in body and mindwith continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it- Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails takee r SCOTTSEMULSION It sets the whole body going againman woman and child f t Send this advertisement together with name of piper ta which It appears your address and fair cells to cover pottatft MIl we wiN send yew a CoMffete Handy Alias of the World j icdTT DOWNS 409 PraI5 vYadt SOCIETY =NOTES Mr and Mrs W T Macey announce the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter Mins AnnieI Myrn Macey to Mr Joe McCrume ofr Barned The wedding will take placet Sunday evening December the 6th at 630 oclock in the Ephesus Church Invitations are extended to frien Is andl relatives 000M- iss Ray Heyser will be hostess t the Girls Club this afternoon 000M- iss Ambie Margaret Williams an l Mr B L Daniels were married las Tuesday afternoon at Cannelton To avoidl teasing they kept their marriage n secret until they were ready to leave town tor their honeymoon the next day Just before they left on the afternoon train for Louisville they announcer l their marriage Tho bride is tho oul daughter of Mr and Mrs ReasauI Williams She is vivacious quiteI young and has fascinated Mr since their first meeting After a shor- visit to Mr Daniels relatives at Padu- cah they will return here to make ttiei Ihome in Cloverport where much happiness is wished for them 000Miss Esther Popham gave a particul arly pretty party Wednesday in honor ofr Miss Bessie Mitchell A number a guests were present nuda delightful time was enjoyed Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Read This Appropriate Christmas Presents For Men Are Engraved Cards Gift Books- Stationary Printed Engraved Stationery Magazines One Years Subscription To The Breckenridge News Send your order to The News Office Cloverport Ky Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup not only heals irritation and allays inflam mation thereby stopping the cough bu it movos the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from the system Contains no opiates It i I pleasant to take and children especial ly like the taste so nearly like the maple sugar Sold by all druggists HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 anti Is October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decenl ber 1 and 15- Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West firstand third Tuesdays via L H St L 3000 round trip from Cloverport to Louisville aVid return Nov 30 to Dec 0 good returning Dec 7 Pleasant sure easy safe little liver Pills are eWitts Little Early Risers gentlyWedruggists A CORRECTION In printing a lisj of the indictments returned at the October court the name of Leo Hinton appeared among the list as one who had been guilty of violating the Local Option Law The News printed the indictments just as they ippear on the records at Har dinsljurg but the Clerk explained thatlit was an error made by some oneby putting Mr Hintons name on theindictment when it should have been against Jim Ray Mr Hinton is only a witness in the case and he is not indicted for violating the Local Option Law The News makes this correction for Mr Hinton as it was not our desire to put him in a false position before the publi- cWhiteHaired I 1 Women The New York women are original in their fashion of dressing particularly the older women The whiter tIle hair of a New York woman the more she rujis to color in her clothing One New Ycjrk woman with white hair with go den lights in it wears light blue invariably summer and winter dainty blues with blue and white hats Another wears purple bonnets violet bon nets very pretty on her white hair and gowns of delicate lavender And they are not unbeautiful either these white haired women Many of them are beautiful A white hat with blue wings a white veil with little dots a pink and white complexionmany of them have wonderful complexionsand at a reallY they have the 1look of dainty DresdenNew York Press f j I Posted Notice is hereby given that no luiating or tresspassing will be al llowed on my farm Any persons so doing will be prosecuted Jas S Tinius Holt Ky y y 1AMERICAN Fred Pierce Of New Mexico IIn Cloverport For Short Visit Saturday Mr and Mrs Robt Pierce had the pleasure of entertaining for a short while their brother Mr Fred Pierce of Los Vegas New Mexico Mr Pierce has been east on a bustII- l ness trip and had little time to spen with his relatives here and at Owens boro In speaking of politics Mr AmericanoHe belongs to neither party nor man and is independent He enjoys coming all hometnot how busy he is he takes time to read the News ever- wek y Harsh physics react weaken th I onstlpationlDoans Regulets operate easily tone the st mach cure constipation 2JJc Ask your druggists for them Celebrationt 17SpecialrMr John T McGovern and wife en tertained a few of their friends today a dinnerthe occasion being the forty eighth anniversary of Mr McGovems birth presentfwere Mr Samuel Muffett aged 70 Mrs Bridget McGoveru 76 and Mrs Nancy E Pate 81 who are old only in years They enjoyed the day and contribute largely to the happiness of others Mr Muffett being the leader of outdoor sports which the fine day made possible Among those present besides the above- mentioned were Mr and Mrs William Shores Mrs Nina Mason Mrs Nannie Mason Mrs Nettie Mason Misses Kate McGovern Minnie Bates Lillie Bates Lillie Shores Squire T M Bates and wife Master Jesse Bates Wm Mc Govern Eli Jackson and Mike Friel The guests arrived early in the fore noon and all wtre pleasantly entertain ed by lively conversation and outdoor games which made time pass pleasant ly until dinner was announced when all tusomblsd in the Urge dining room where the table was loaded with good things to eat I shall not try to give a nottI do it justice but will say that it was first class and was heartily enjoyed b presents John McGovern is a man whose hear- is in the right place and is never so happy as when he has a house full of friends to help him enjoy the good cheer which he abundantly provides More is hoping that he may live t see the 17th of November many more times One Who Waa There Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil for sack emergencies IIt subdues the pain and heals the hurts Brought 8175 The Louisville Title Company was the successful bidder for the Mille- Brick Plant sold at the court house door in Hardinsburg last Monday The price was 8175 David Henry of Irvington was the crier Tom Moore Chairman The County Democratic Committee met at Hardinsburg Monday organiz ed and elected Tom Moore chairman and Ed Dillon secretary There was a full meeting Pay your taxes and save penalty if you want a sweet girl get her a box of Browns fresh Home Made Candy It leaves a taste that wont come off Leave your ord r now for Xmas Candy is like Bread its better when its fresh Home Bakery Both stores S J Brown Prop NOTICE TAXPAYERS But a few days now remain before all unpaid taxes will be advertised There are no tax warrants under the new lav Everyone will be advertised just alike Pay before Dec 1st and avoid all penalties cost etc Chas May Sr City and School Tax Collector Pay your taxes and save penalty Successful Hunt A successful hunting party of Louis ville men composed of Mr Floriutiue Cox J B Randall 15 H Gheens and Master Dwight Randall went to Reeds Station and enjoyed a most pleasant and successful outing of several days last week Next Monday is the last day of grace for paying your taxes After that date a penalty of 0 per cent will be added Pay now and save money Milt Miller sheriff DR W M CASPERv DENTIST-At Oloverport every Wednesday nnd Thursday ut Dr Llgkttoots Office r o BARN BURNS FiftyOne Head Of Mules And Horses Meet Horrible Death On The Willis Green Farm Word was received here Monday ofdWillis Green at Palls of Rough burn ed Sunday night It is said the loss is estimated at 10000 No insurance Fiftyone head of mules and horses were in the barn To Farmers The Grist Mill at Stephcnsport will do custom grinding every Saturday Will grind corn and sell meal and take in exchange corn for meal Will andepay cash for logs Smith Bros Next Monday is the last day of grace for paying your taxes After that date a penalty of 0 per cent will be added Pay now and save money Milt Miller sheriff PARACHUTEt Leonardo da Vinci Was the First One to Suggest It Credible accounts exist of nn English Benedictine monk Oliver of Mnlraes bury In the clarctiili century bavin tried to fly by precipitating hlrasel from the height of a tower with the assistance of wings attached to his arms and his feet It Is said that hav ing gone along n little way he fell und broke his legs Ho attributed hisicriI dent to failure to provide his appara tus with u tail which would buve li ip cd preserve his equilibrium and tiiuOe hits descent a gentlerI one In the sixteenthi century Leonardo Ma Vinci first demonstrated that a Lirj1 which in heavier than the air sustain Itself advances In the air by ren Vr Ins the fluid denser where It pns m than where It does not pass In otdrr to fly it has to fix Its point of sulprrt- on tho air Its wings in the dpsceudltj stroke exert n pressure rum ahem down the reaction of whirl from tto low up forces the center of gravityof Its body to ascend at each instant to tho height at which the bird wishes to maintain It Some sketches which Iinvo come flown tto us prove that IeonunJu occupied himself like Oliver of Mnltnes bury with Riving man thin power tto flv suitablyyfixed to the body Inventtion of the parachute whHi he do scrllKHl In the following terms If u man had a nivlllon each side of whlU wns fifteen braces wide and twelve braces hlh he might east himself from I ofodanger It may lu said too of Leo nardo da Vinci that he was the first to suggest the Idea of the screw propeller A SAUCY DUCHESS Her Audacious Fight For Gay and His Beggars Opera When the Deggnrs1 Opera by Gny was produced in 1728 It took positively by storm The king still clung to Han del but the nobility with the Duchess of Qucensberry among them rocked rapturously to theINewgate paste runrof sixtytwo nights unprecedented In those days and as one result of Its success Hnndel became bankrupt Sud denly there came an order from tbo lord chancellor to stop the new piece Why Is not exactly known unless it was because the prime minister consid ered himself to be too faltbtfully rep resented therein However that may have been the theater had to he closed whereupon the Duchess of Queonsber ry took up GayH cause and vehemently championed It Very busy was she In those days driving about in her coach asking for guinea subscriptions for printing cop ies of the forbidden play And so heed less was Kitty that she carried her list to tho queens drawing room itself and hind the audacity to ask the king for a subscription This was a little too much and her grace was requested to withdraw from the court Kitty an nouncing with characteristic compo sure that the command was very agreeable to her as ulio had never gono there for her own diversion but to be stow civility upon file king aril queen Papua Island Piipim Island was so named by the Malays mid the word moans frizzled In reference to the hair of the inhabitants It Is generally supposed that Panua or New Guinea was originally part of the mainland of Australia It was discovered by the Portuguese In 1520 though It was probably sighted by A Dabreti during his voyage fifteen years earlier The Australian govern ment realizing the danger that would arlso if an enemy seized land so near their coasts frequently urged England to annex the eastern portion of the Island and after two or threo unau thorized annexations a British protec torate was established there in 1884 Clipping Their Wings Tbe costume of the Pu Yuan PenJen women In the Shun states la very striking consisting of a cloth hood an open jacket and a pair of short white trousers reaching barely to tho knee But the most Important though the least noticeable part of their costume Is their colored cloth gaiters Those the women are obliged to wear as without them It is believed they would bo able to fly away leaving their husbands and sweethearts sorrowful II o r al iA lRrele9MR Wr1AkM I DayfI Usually brings with it Cold Weather tWeTo Make You Comfortable IIFleeced Underwear Hosiery Leggings 1 I Toques Tamoshanters Caps Earmuffs I iIIIJ C NOLTE BROI I KY i 4CLOVERPORT Cadick Milling Co t Itnt fII I IIFoundry work Machine Gasoline and Wo carry a full line of Plumbers Supplies Mill Sup plies Tho best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Machine Co You Can live like lords and have good home made bread and pies cakes and cookies equal to those that mother used to make if you will use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR There is no better flour in the mardet As Jour is a forge part of our living it in Important that it pureTry Dust Flour and you will be satIIsled to keep on using It- m Grandview Indiana j BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful1 attention fas larger jind 1wenppre elate your businps8and in- liucncoInterest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY oJ 1tA For Sale BRONZE TURKEYSP- en Headed bg 481b Toms Hens as good as to be had in the State Young Tom 400 sc Hen 300 Pair 650 Trio 925 Young Tom and 3 Hens 1200 Please let me know at once as I will not keep longer than 23rd Nov MRS H M BEARD Hardinsburg Kyl Subscribe for the News c is i r r + r t qsJ rr nn- h n- t ntn ItL Pf f- rUT TUFT MS SAID Things That Show Intellect and Sound Judgment IIc TERSE ECONOMIC TRUTHS t 1 a Fallacies of Bryanlsm Exposed In a 11j Few SentencesHis Position In Regard to the TrustsExact Justice the Highest Ideal of Government By WALTER J DALLARD Hero are Rome of the striping things Taft has said The Democratic party todayy ns orV 1ganlsed is nothing but organised In l lr lealnneityAt Moutpeller VL Bryan would have the Initiative and f referendum because he distrusts repre I sentative government and has no con fidence In the ability of the people to soled conscientious representatives Ho would take away from courts be I cause he distrusts the ability of judges to resist the malign Influences of the money power the power to enforce1 t their own ordersAt Columbus 0 Anything which makes capital idle t or which reduces or destroys it must reduce both wages and the opportunity to oarn wltgosAt Cooper Union New York City administrationihas only peen directed against such ft theaa 1 1statutes of the United Statesand no other The business men of our com munity ns a whole are honest and their methods are souudAt Boston Mass f The so called colonial policy of the 1 United States has added to our trade already something over a hundred million dollars a yearAt Cleveland 0 t The administration of exact Justice by courts without fear or favor un moved by the Influence of the wealthy t h or the threats of the demagogue Is the highest idcsil that a government of the people can strive for and any means by which a suitor however unpopulart St poor Is deprived of enjoying this are to be ndemn1At Colum bus O I I believe that a navy Is the greatest Insurer of peace that we could possl withvour resources and commonsurato with our rout line and commensurate with the number of dependencies we have and commensurate with our popula flan and commensurate with our mflu ont as a world powerAt Cleveland O If we assume control over a people for the benefit of that people as in t the Philippines and with the purpose of developing them to a self governing capacity and with the Intention of glv ing them the right to become Inde y pendent wlnn they sball show them Helves tit the charge that we are im perialists is utterly without founds tlont Cleveland O The present business system of the country rests on tilt protective tariff and any attempt to change It to a free trade hosts will certainly lead to dl- sterAtt Columbus O The Democratic party has no policy I uponIIts whole stock In trade Is that of ir I responsible criticism awl obstruction t and when charged with tho responsi bility of doing anything It utterly fallsAt Greensboro N C i Y Mr Bryan asks mo what I would do with tho trusts 1 answer that I would restrain all unlawful trustsr with all the efficiency of injunctive process and would punish with all the severity of criminal prosecution every attempt on the part of aggregated cnp ital to suppress compotltan At Co I ri- ii Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me cureditme permanently Lion John R I Garrei M it or Girard Ala Are Yon- Regular 1 If you are not it is a sign of disease a sign of sonic hidden female trouble that stay be under mining and weakening your con slllution and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak if i regular suffering women have in the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use of that wellknown successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura- tIve remedy VIIWE I CARDUIWOMANS I-I Apple Q Barnes of Alto Tex I writes I caught cold which made me Irregular and gave me tt pains la my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not wall lift a chair Cardul brought me right again I have no more pains and am In very good healthAt All Druggists A WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symp DeptThoChattanooga Tonn E 34 utt +r- ff 4 FINE ROADSAOROAD1 American Experts Point Out Su periority of Foreign Highways THREE THINGS TO REMEMBER Selection of Routes Proper Mainte nance and Adaptation of Construction to Traffic Are Essential Say Dele gates to International Road Congress Three of tho American delegates to the first international road congress recently hold In Paris France arrived In Now York the other day All from Seattle Wash they are Samuel Urn president of the Washington Good Roads association it II Thomson city engineer of Seattle and Samuel C Lancaster professor of highway en gineering University of Washington Soon after their arrival they united In a statement to tho Now York Her aid regarding tho results of the road congress Road builders from all parts of the world were present at tho conference twontynlne countries being represent ed There were twenty delegates from tho United ShtteseA remarkable exhibition In connection vllh the road congress was u dis play of samples of road surfaces With the question of the dust raised by motor cars and the bad surfaces of roads so much In evidence this exhibit was particularly Interesting The statement of Messrs Hill Thom non and Lancaster Is as follows Personal observations made In France Germany and Belgium Hol land and England have served to show In a striking manner the back EXHIBIT OF ROAD STTHFACES AT INTERNA TIONAL IIIOnWAY coNditus- swarduess of our own country In almost every phase of road construction and maintenanceWidely conditions render comparisons difficult yet a study of the roads of these countries tho high state of intensive agriculture noted everywhere with the resultant beauty of the surrounding landscape proves most interesting and Instructive They furnish a lesson which America can not afford to Ignore The law of gravitation Is universal The question of gradient applies alike to every road In every country Tho traffic to be bandied differing as It does in quantity and character demands a way over which it can be moved To do this at a minimum of cost considering both tho surface of the road and the menus of conveyance Is the problem The road must be dif ferently adapted to meet varying con ditions In other words the traffic must bo suited to tho road or the road to tho traffic- uExpellence and observation are the best teachers In the opinion of those whose views are herein expressed the attention of the American public should be directed primarily to three I namelyIbo made with reference to gradient align wont character of soil drainage and general adaptability for road purposes SecondIn construction the character of the traffic to bo borne the accessibil ity and cost of material should be care fully studied The road best suited for horses differs in character from that best adapted to motor vehicles and wherever possible different ways should be provid ed for different kinds of trnlllo on the same route In America whore for years to come earth roads will form a large proportion of our highways much future expense may be saved by planning those ways so that when a portion of the road Is metaled an earth road may still bo had at one side thus relieving the metal surface of considerable traffic during cor tarn seasons of the year Third Too much stress cannot be laid on the Importance of the proper main tenance of our highways No road Is ever finished Traffic begins to pound and wear away a road before construction is completed Maintenance must begin on the very day the road is opened for traf tic and continue without ceasing through out the years to come Two of the best specimens of roads seen wore iu England In the vicinity of Nottingham we passed for more than a hundred miles over roads built by E Purnell Hooloy which were as nearly perfect as it scorns possible to make them In tho environs of Lon don we rode for an equal distance over roads which wore well built the surface of which had been treated under the direction of Sir Herbert Pread All of these roads carried heavy traf fic Including automobiles and traction engines yet they wore perfectly smooth and free from dust They exemplified In a startling degree the ef fect of careful construction and con rtant maintenance whore a stitch In time saves nine as opposed to the laissez faire of some of the leading thoroughfares of our own country as well as around the French capital The first international road congress was productive of great good the second International congress which will ibo held tn Brussels two yean hence promises greater things Danger In Dust trine horses that were employed on gravel road construction In Hamilton ounty Ind died from the effects of breathing dust r OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure BloodI All the blood In your body passes through our kidneys once every three minutes a The kidneys are your blood purifiers they ter out the waste impurities the blood they are sick out order they fail to do their work Pains achesandrheu matism come from ex cess uric acid in the blood due to neglected Kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutnearlydlning in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for wonderful cures the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits flftYjcentes You may have fil or If or of of of Its of sample bottle by mail tome it SIYanlI Root free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trpuble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer S Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mlstokeibut remember th name SwnropKoot Dr K liners Eauuy toot and the address Plncliamtor N Y upon nvorv nottin WM NEWTON FATALLY CRUSHED Well Known Young Railroad Man Victim of Horrible Accident in Louisville Last Tuesday Former Ereckenridge Boy The funeral of Wm Newton who was attally crushed between two box carsin the L C N Yards was held in Louisville last Thursday afternoon The services were conducted from the St Louis Bertrand Church and the in terment took place in the St Louis cemetery Mr Newton lived only a few hours following the terrible in juries he received He was a spiel did young man just in the prime of life being in his twentyseventh year He leaves a wife and two small children one a little baby Mr Newton had been a brakesman on the Hender son Route for eight years and was a member of the St Rose Catholic Church His family were devoted to him and he alsohad many close friends who were shocked at the sad news of his sudden death Those who attended the funeral from here besides his two sisters Mrs Chas Bottler and Mrs Sanford Geary were Mrs Wm Hofllons Mrs Tony Nichols and Edward Morrison Stutoof Ohio City of Toledo I Lucas County rfSS Frank J Cheney wakes oath that he is son lor partner of the firm of K Choney Co doing business in tho Olty of Toledo County und Stato uforusuld and that said firm will pity the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each und every case of Cattarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 A W Oleason ISKALNotary Public halts Catarrh Cure us taken internally and acts on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney S Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation Handsome Improvement A new iron fence is being placed at the Baptist parsonage It is very pretty and adds greatly to the beauty of the home of Rev and Mrs Lewis Velvet Hats Mrs James Cordrey is now filling orders for Velvet Hats in all the different styles and shades Consult her about your midwinter hat wasittTommythe wal- lTommyThe landlord Wunst 1 got a dollar q word Gwau Pact For talking back to a Judge Washington Herald Teacher Johnny can you tell mo where the north polo is Small JohnnyYes maam Its at the top of the map Chicago News KILILTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII I AND ALLTIIROATANDLUNGTAOUHL- ESGUAILANTEED BATISFAOTO- OR MONET I FUNDED IfTh=Bank of JHardinsburg and Trust Company l j 33B F BEARDPresident J At II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON I Assistant Cashier I 1 per cent on time no more Three per cent is as much as IIIIPays banks in this state pay and as much as any safely i paytte qrate S fDs 1 BUCKnellS SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIALOFFER Male to build New Ilulnrv A trial will make you our permanent customer Prize Cotlertlotlfldbblrvarletlcltettrpl2klndT tep- Ii the tlnOK TurIpts litbalianetleslaalitteIIO IIpItnIGCABANTEKU TO 1LliAKE Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTSto vane POUJO end puking and rrcein this valuable collection of Pffdi lootrldolib with ray hip Initrnctlva lteaai Plant Book tckIn Ccauoa aocaroaoltL ALONZO BENNETT SUMMONED Farner and Merchant Beloved Mason Passes Away at the Age of 74 years Lived At Bewleyville Alonzo Bennett one of the best known farmers and merchants of Breck enridge county died at his home last Wednesday morning about 10 oclock after a lingering illness Mr Bennett was seventyfour years of age and had lived at Bewleyville all his life His work his kind acts and good citizenship will live always for they were so genu ine and true that death cannot destroy thorn He was a memberof the Bew lleyville Masonic lodge for fifty years The funeral services were impressively conducted by the Rev B F Wilson and the remains were interred in the Dowell graveyard under the direction of the Masons A number of ransom from Cu ter and Vetrees participated in the ceremonies Besides his wife he is survived by one sister Mas Harvey Bnshftm of Houston Miss Beulah Cahnl who has had the pneumonia fever for some time is worse Miss Bridgett Powers of Goering spent with Mrs Carrie Johnson Dave Jarboe has moved to the Bill Gray place recently purchased by Will CampbellBill has bought Harve BashamV place R J Twindle has almost complete lhis new barn- Emmett Hall has bought Jim Harriss place and will move his family there iiin the near future Homer Tindle attended church a Patesville Sunday night Rev Brear of Fordsville filled his regular appointment here Saturday evening and Sunday a m Mrs Annie Slaughter is visiting relatives in Hawesville and Cannelton The debate at the schoolhouse Thurs day night was postponed owing to the absence of the president K Kincaid 01 account of the illness of his brother ErnestB Powers will soon have his nevv residence completed Mr and Mrs Emmett Hall at Dukes were made exceedingly happy by the stork which left them a fine boy Nov ember the sixteenth Its a Crime to neglect your health Tha worst neg lect that you can be guilty of is to allo w constipation biliousness or any liver 01 bowel trouble to continue It is poison ing your entire system and may lead tea serious chronic disease Take Bal lards Herbine and get absolutely well The sure cure for any and all troubles 01 the stomach liver and bowels Sold bY A R Fisher Large Chrysanthemums Those who have the most beautifu and particularly large chyrsanthemum this season In Cloverport are Mrs Liz zie Greer Mrs Wm Smart and Mrs Ameil Oelze Building Residence Sam Mersere is building an attractive home in the Breckenridge addition Mr Mersere is the son of j C Mersen e the big sawmill man of Tar Springs I i Capital 50000 t Surplus 5000 HUM WI No ays for case DIRECTORS Eskridgo G W Beard il D Richardson Dr A M Kincheloo 1 C V RobertsoniB F Beard Jil deposits best managed J Texa- sDUKES Friday i aGQ9Q999999999999999999B99999999099909999999999 Iw II UOWMKH President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LiaiiiroOT VlcoVresldent CHAS SKILLMAN AsstOashicr The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus Insured in every way and protected by the vorytjlatest equipment i Interest paid on time deposits 7J a Business great and small solicited f 1 a i Carlsbad of Americai iThe French Lick and West Baden Springs i reached by direct line of the I Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm I i pmiI Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm ii Troy 7 35am 2 32 pm Arrive French Lick10 20 am 5 45 pm Arrive West BadenI0 30 am 5 55 pm Dnily Except SundayI I ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick t3 16 Rockport to It 2 52 Canne1tonII 4 2 72 Tell City II 2 60 TroyIt 244 a C To II 56 4 I 4 I IndII r THE vTS I FiftrvSAverme HOTEL IKyI Morris 5200000 Ind Now lThe located and Ithe 1200 rate from the f 1tbeprtnclpo11 Street cars pass to all the neat t 1 J 7 r r7 17tr riJ7 7 t lC ca a r ri a COt j iNCOXrORATBD 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 countryWe t able Equipments and unsur I l US E CALDWELL President LELAND General Manager A was bG now in in 80 80 In 10 to If are it How Is Your I Mrs of 228 8th Ave San for She the of in a of indi this am S West 20 2 2 76 264 2 48 most only firstclass hotel in Iclty Imaklnjf Only one block principal parts of y T 0 WEBB Treasurer Ir I AGiiTGllifisi1850 i W 1Ser1f1tafll1 1Pe A Week 1 t girl v week She took our course and gets 1850 a week 51250 increase a week 650 r crease a yeartBookkeeping and Shorthand costs After she has 570 profit inyear years her salary J will amount 9020 you ambitious now u Get trained money Hold a pleasant and prof position Do No 1 Right now Success Guaranteedi Clarks School of Business1 r 937 and Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY fWWJYAAJVVIfW Digestion I Mary DowlinR Francisco recommen s a stomach trouble Gratitude wonderful effect Electric Bitters acute gestion prompts testimonial I Baden3 centrally a thedoor city- Everything andjclean Long facilities passed L getting paying enroll Make good itablo 1035 remedy J with fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters Is the best remedy on the market today this great tonio and and alterative medi theblood t forms of female weakness SOc a Severs drug storti i n J4 v x R CHIPPENDALE CHAIRS Examples of This Artist In a Number of Types THE CHINESE INFLUENCE Chippendale Is Thought by Many Ex perts to Bo at His Dect In the Sim pie Distinct tternModern Furni ture The uninitiated In the ways of old furniture are apt to think of the chairs made by Chippendale ns being of one type As n matter of fact Chippendale chairs are of a number of styles There are the clawfoot models beloved of our colonial ancestors and many of their descendants the cabriole leg de sign and a more ornate affair boasting a back elaborated with ribbonlike splats This last chair Is not In the masters best style The Chinese tend CHIPPENDALE AT 1113 BEST ency did not creep In until rather late in the career of the great Thomas Chippendale He was somewhat fa mous as early as 1735 though not until 1753 did he remove from a bystreet off Long Acre to St Martins lane He died In 1700 as you no doubt knowThe Chippendale chairs above all were famous Few of his other pieces attained the instant approval usually given his chairs by the greatest ex perts Naturally his most elaborate efforts were his least artistic One of the most interesting features of these chairs is that not only exam ples of his Gothic French Dutch and Chinese manners exist but also mod els In which the different styles are blendedHis to tho Chinese style dates from 1757 One example com I blues tho FrancoDutch top rail with tlie Chinese lattice back Some con sjer the side chair with this back quite as typical The lattice back was y also made in Gothic form y The ribbon back Chippendale has a fussy back of which the great Thomas did not approve He made a stuffed chair In the French type too which is now said to I originalII sPlat back has a hollowed out scat Chippendale is thought by many ex IIperts to be at his best In the simple I distinct pattern with tho gadroon edging to the seat rail It Is Interesting to know that de signs for modern furniture made from the old models ore all first drawn and I then executed In plaster Blocks of wood similar to this cast In shape are then cut and put Into the linnd + of I skilled workmen at niioilniM Th machines Romp of tiIfVIII vnrco 1 laQS Hrrn t r i r fi ilyr rnl Tills woman snys she was saved from an operation by Lydia E PinkliamsVegetable Compound Lena VHenry of Norristown Ga writes to Mrs Pinlmam U I suffered untol misery from fe male troubles My dt tor said an operation was tho only cl nee I bad and I dreaded it almost as ouch as death i U One day I read ow other women I bad been cured by L rdia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compoun and I decided to try it Before I hAl taken the first bottlo I was better Jfcid now I am entirely cured I J U Every woman s ering with lf I female trouble shoo I take Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound i FACTS FOR Si K WOMEN For thirty years ydia E Pink hams Vegetable C npound made illsstandardi audhas positively oui dthousands of women who have bee itroubled with displacements muss mationulcera i tion fibroid tumor irregularities- periodic pains had che that bear mgdown feeling fia ulency indies tion dizziness orne ous prostratIon Why dont you try it l Mrs Pinklmm fnvitcs all sick women to ivritojher for advice- She thousands to health Address Lyaa MSUMU I under the guidance of The mfldUlntsrs hand They nro nearly all manipu lated partly by hand and even tin least costly bit of carved furniture re ceives a great deal more hand work KIDDON BACK DESIGN than Is ordinarily supposed After be ing roughly shaped by machine nil the carved furniture Is finished by hand At tho rows of benches one sees old men and boys side by side working away with chisels and saws and tiny polished tools at sofa heads and chair arms which are very much nearer real art than many an ambitious stu dent gets with brush and paint Adaptation Is the keynote of the designer for the American trade Americans do not want utility sacrl Aced to grace and to gingerbread ornamentation To Mend Broken China The most successful way to mend broken china Is the following formula Powder a small quantity of lime and take the white of one egg and mix to gether to a paste Apply this quickly to the china to be mended place tin broken pieces together firmly and they will become set and strong It is un usual when china breaks In tho same place again after being mended wit this paste Seven Years Of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and clds anal for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma hay fever bronchitis bemo rrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the develotmentof pneumonia Sold under guarantee ab Severs drug store sOc and 100 Trial bottle free NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land owners of Brrckenridge county Ky residing near Cloverport 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 the written permission of the owner Anyone known to be guilty of such trespassing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law November 7th 1908 F Fraize Clint Murray L 0 Johnson George Harris H E Beavin Nat Taul C B Elder W S Ashbey J M Beavin Louis Sahli Joe PSmart John Jennings JjL Waggouer Forrest Jennings J E Smith J B Chapin Chas E Chapin J M Mullen W E 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 E 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 Ratferty Joseph Elder 0 Ff Mattingly J W Stone O R Haidin John Warfield Harvey Owen Thos UyanJohn C MatthtwsThos M Miller Watched Fifteen Years For fifteen years Lhave watched the working of Bucklenjs Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boil ulceror burl to which it was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25c at Severs drug store Effoct of Good and Sad Roads In issuing a call for a state good roads meeting that was held at Louis vile on Sept 17 Governor Augustus E Willson of Kentucky said There Is nothing which hurts the people more or costs tho people more or keeps them back more than had roads They make It hard to leave home hard to get back hard to haul hard to visit hard to get to heaven sometimes There Is nothing that a man can think of that will do more to help the people than good roads which make It easy to travel easy to bring goods home easy to haul your produce and manufactures to market easy to go to school and church and easy to avoid many bitter thoughts that bad roads cause Iceland Out For Fine Roads Highway Improvement Is becoming a live Issue In Iceland It Is claimed that with good roads more than 40000 acres of land could bo made profitable for agricultural purposes and that such roads would lead to the development of the rich veins of gold which are known to exist near Reykjavik tho chief seaport RIGHT NOW Advice Of Noted Authority Also Gives A Simple Prescription Now is the time when the doctor gets busy and the patent medicine manufac turers reap tML harvest unless great care is taken tWlrcss warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an oldeminent authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bot tle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime Just try this simple homemade mix ture at the first sign of Rheumatism or iif your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town and vicinity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingre dients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them TERMS ARE GIVEN OUT Under Which 1000000 Pounds of Equity Tobacco Have Been Sold OWENSBORO Ky Nov 20The first load of the 1908 crop of Daviess county tobacco was sold yesterday in Owensboro by Thomas Peake to N B Cooke Co The prices were 800 for leaf 7 for lugs and 2 for trash D Ford chairman of the Finance Committee of the Ohio County Ameri can Society of Equity has made following statement theII liThe sale of about 1000000 pounds of American Society of Equity tobacco of Ohio county has been made to the Imperial Tobacco Company at prices of 9 3 8 8 3 PP 3 56 6 3 the tobacco is to be received at Hart ford money to be paid when tobacco is delivered under conditional agreements Type samples are to be drawn when to bacco is in condition to handle Should samples when drawn be satisfactory to both buyer and seller this sale will be confirmed otherwise the Finance Com mittee of the American Society of Equi ty reserve the right to declare the deal offPLENTY OF EXER CISE NECESSARY Plenty of regular exercise must be taken in order to keep the body in healthy condition Any excessive i aII unusual exertion however is sure toII cause stiffness and soreness of the cles and joints To counteract this effect there is nothing better than Sloans Liniment Lay it on lightly where the muscles have been strained it requires no rubbing for it penetrates right to the bone relieves any congestion and in flammation and makes the muscles elas tic and pliant Sloans Liniment is a great boon to athletes for it not only relieves pain and stiffness but it is an excellent remedy for sprains cuts bruises and crampsMr J F Price of TuscumbiaJ Al- awrites1 am an engineer on the Southern Road from Chattanooga to Memphis Tenn The continued ele vation of my arm upon the throttle gives it a sore feeling when on a long journry and there is nothing that will tike the soreness out like Sloans Lini ment and I keep a bottle in my grip always A Quick Dessert Sometimes one is called upon to make a dessert In a hurry and for this open a can of apricots peaches berries or any fruit nt hand Put on to heat and in the meantime mix one pint of prepared flour with one beaten egg and one scant cupful of milk Drop this like dumplings In a stew over the fruit cover closely and steam from ten to fifteen minutes Watch the fruit closely as there Is danger of Its burning while the dumplings are cook Ing Servo the dumplings and fruit to gether with sugar and cream or with n hard sauce A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound health keeps you well I TOBACCO SOLD INII BURLEY DISTRICT American Tobacco Company Will Fake Over 80000000 Pounds of Weed 20 12 LENTS FOR 1906 CROPS Louisville Ky Nov 19The big deal between the American Tobacco company and thb Burley Tobacco Society for the 1900 and a part of the 1907 crops of tobacco which has been hang ing fire several weeks was closed here late today The price agreed on in the transaction the largest or its kind ever put through is an average of 20M cents for the 1900 crop and 17cents per pound for the 1907 productIThe deal involves nearly 80000000 pounds of tobacco held in pool by the Burley Tobacco society and the outlay something like 11000000 on the part of the American Tobacco company practically toll of this money being plac ed in circulation at once in Central Ken tuckyThe Tobacco sold includes the larger part of the Burley grpwers association which was formed several years ago and which pooled its crops in 1906 and 1907 There wus no crop raised by the members of the association in 1908 though a number of independents rais ed large crops in Central Kentucky under guard- According to many who are in a po sition to know the sale of the pooled crop will mark an end to night riding in Central Kentucky tor the present at least for it is believed with these crops out of the way all growers will raise tobacco next year The sale has nothing to do with the crops in the dark district or in the Was tern portion of Kentucky and Northern Tennessee Free trade England is alarmed again at the physical deterioration of her submerged classes In this land of protection the rule of social progress is that of emergence and physical mental and moral development Public ownership of the railroads would add 1000000000 to the public debt but William Jennings Bryan doesnt worry about a little thing like that Republican voters will make the peerless one without a peer In the number of hIs defeats ra1tloIt is himself Ho She is such a charmingly innocent girl isnt she SheOh yes she has taken years to acquire ItLondon Tatler A Broken flack That pain in your back caused by lumbago stiff muscles or a strain II is an easy thing to get rid of Ballards Snow Liniment cures rheumatism lum bago sore and stiff muscles strains sprains cuts burns bruises scalds and all aches and pains You need a bottle in your house Sold by A R Fisher Statement of Condition of The Two States Bank Stephensport Ky at the Close of Business Juno 30 1908 n Resources Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 8714 81 Cash in other Banks 4962 74 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last Six Months L 959 53 Total 903l3 72 Liabilities Capital StockISOooSurplus 3lg5 Amount 71351 1rotal90323 We have passed the fifth niiestone in our existence During that time we have grown from t m 11 ginning to a large and prosperous business We have wndeav ri to keep abreast of the times provid ing lor our depositors every Ift guard known to their protection and security Our fun are guardedj by a modern and fire proof nafe awl insurance iioo carried to cover louses by either burglary or robbery We pay 4 pr iutere t on tints deposits which is more than am other bank in ilreckeiiridvie county pays We believe in paying our patrons lilt we can fur use of their money The sate disaster ibuck failures have demonstrated that it is not the obi st and lar tM onik that iis the safest We take this opportunity to thank our CMOHKIS whose patronage has helped to make this largest and bMt MumntMit in our live years of business kilec fullyI INO S ADAIR Cashier I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businces l If you do you ants lind jui wlllL yM MI this department Jf you are interest ed in any f the following pro riecitis write us at once for owners imnn ami ldelsl IfHIIO lit these places suit you write us at once iilliiu u what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the 11111 wim hits the very property you are looking W ree11uistd I It following properties as being productive and laU in isle Do You to Sell your farm business oIl you want cash y 1 r property send price and description at once a ut iia us now ou halt we luring and seller together This itpuri tent is continued solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of fit ruts or husiness proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage Two room ruttum on Murray Avruuti Woll lomtua llin or is per mouth u Cl 70izrbI uermi on Unrcllrmburx Iud t i iu of Sinking rued 3 wiles fritn Suaipin IraprovttrnuiiUi wollliR und a Rood lle burn 80 ucros In wik a no betcb timber Tin oak Umber is good tiu tlmbur IKueli rover been worked Tlmbur run be hauled elshur by water or railI Limestone lund both bottom and lull fcututblu fur tobacco and fruit Plumy good water your round Terms om bird cash balance In easy payments C 2 OCft 352 ores on llurdli sburic and pOjVOU hulls of inking road 8 miles from Siitnplo Improvements two on tstory dwelihtgs tllro blx oreeslwg laousu and oULIJOuOIi113iiacres in timber white ouk black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of Rood water the year round Onotliird cash und Rood easy terms ou balance 6UU75 acres situated lIH miles tram joins Oube Pierce Ridge lund In Rood shape good reuctuR 0110 Rood dwul bug1 house 3 rooms 1 nood cUturu 1 barn 30x43 tent 1 nverfaliliiRSprlUK two ponds This IS Rood tobacco ivlit at und corn huzdO iicres In timber whIte uk sugar true and beech balance cleared 1lenty of Rood fruit Good road toSlophtllhPOr Ya miles and good road to non IH miles Tlds farm Is not worn out It Is Rood land and In iROK fix Just the for a man with a small family 00 Fund 777 18 Undivided Profits 09 Due Depositor 45 72 burglary cent the the niiu tore Want or buyer furtn CQfm 102 acres 8 miles from Olovorport Inverportsandliardlnab Hurdlnsbunr on turnpike Im Ifprovements B room dwelling barn 28x36 footI I orchardIlimestone lund suitable for tobacco corn andI wheat Well located for market Ono third cash balance on easy terms FOIt SALEA farm eontalnlnJtJ50ocresancl under fence A nice cottage cf five L15 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with u store room over It two good stock barns die tenant house about SuOnpDle and peach trees also pears quinces most ull kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres leartKl balance In woods 15 acre In grass sovtrai groves of black locust tmfllclent for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekroc on L II St L It U prlco la J5000 oc long and easy payments FOIL SALEA splendid stand physician In a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just the place for some young physician to step Into a good practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason tor selllag for further partlc- ulars uddrss JNO U BAIIHAGIL Olover port Kv A Christmas Suggestion The Best Christmas present that can be given a friend or relative is their home paperj Allow us to suggest that a years subscription to the news be placed on your gift memoran dum for Christmas We have one subscriber who gives five subscriptions to the News every year Do not forget this Christmas idawhen making your gift list John D Babbage TF La + m99 qFs cNUF Y mMCt nMS a o reax3pr r Av 4 i I f J IS IT THE RACE ALCOHOL s1STRONG OF DR PETER SON AS TO ALCOHOLS EF FECTS It Alcohols a Food Its a Poisoned y Food Arc They Paid or Perverse Even When College Professors7 Address to Charities Conference3 From Tho Now York Sun ELMTUA N Y Nov 17Dr Frederick Peterson of Now York city whose authority on diseases affecting the nervous system is widely recognized delivered an important address hero this evening before the ninth Now York State Conference of Charities and Correction on the topic The In fluence of Alcohol Upon the Public 1 Health Dr Peterson who is professor of psycharity at Columbia University said that the most important modern campaign of education way to teach the I people in regard to the abuse of alcohol Iris larger idea carried the instruction beyond the well being of tho individual and had to do with the development and im provement of the race Dr Peterson in his catagory of II the users of alcohol made a distinc tion which will sharpen some layII eyes when ho differentiated the I moderate drinker from the tem t perate drinker Ho also said things to cause the people to sit up and take notice in speaking of the men college professors or dthers who publicly advocate alcohol asjj a food Of those he said his hearers might be sure it is the I voico of some one perversely in terOsted Ho went further and said that they might questson whether such a man was not simply seeking selfii exploitation or might not even bo subsidized by the vast commerr cial interests at stakecFor himself Dr Peterson said that if alcohol was a food it was a poisoned food Harking to Mae h terlincka reflection that if the worldwould give up meat and alcohol there would bo no more j hungry folk Dr Peterson said that if the 938000000 investeda in the food industry can supply the greater part of this nations food tho 534000000 invested in the industry of poisonous drinks might well feed all the hungry and leave a pretty sum overitMr Petersons address in part is was as follows The mysterious power which has led mankind through all these ages from the protozoon up to main through combat nnd struggle with the elements with the natural enemies with disease seems al ways to give us at the proper moment when it is most needed the moans of rescue the power of triumph So in those later years when physical structure has been us safeguarded and more or loss per footed and there is need of speedier spiritual growth and develop uent that same power sows in a million minds the seeds from which spring freedom socialreform moral uplifting greater knowl cd jo of the uses of the matter and forces all about us and warnings of whatever may endanger the pro r gross of tho human race Thus it must be that practically at the same moment allover the world I in Great Britain Scandinavia Gel S many Franco Italy the United States there has arisen a wave of feeling against the missue of alcohol Insanity and epilepsy areamong the diseases that taint our progeny Alcohol is the chief poison that has this baneful power As an ox of ample of what one individualmay do I might cite the oft quoted Jukes family in the State of New i J York One hard drinker was the It originator of this family which over a generation ago when Dug dale wrote his book had become ajready 1200 in number In his i summary of the study of the Jukes family of degenerates the author says WHAT 5NH FAMIM OF ALCOHOLICS COST Over a million und a quarterL of dollars of loss in seventyfive years caused by a single family 1200 strong without reckoning tho cash paid for whiskey or tak ing into account the entailment of pauperism and crime of tho sur vivors in succeeding generations and tho incurable disease idiocy insanity growing out of this do bauchory and reaching further than we can calculate This is ono family In the State of New York there are now some 10000 insane in the public and private hospitals an st is estimated that 20 per cent o these or 6000 patients owe their insanity to alcohol In all the asy lums of the United States arc 150000 insane and assuming the same percentage here are 30000 individuals in this country in whom alcohol has brought about insanity Dr MacDonald calcu lates that one insane person is an approximate loss to the StabS of 400 per year Hence the actual loss in money to the State of New York through alcoho insanity is 2400000 and to the United States 13000000 every year Alcohol is often a direct cause of epilepsy but more often epi lepsy is due to alcoholism in par ents Thus Bourneville in a study of over 2500 idiots epilep tics and imbeciles admitted to the Bicetro Hospital found that over 41 per cent of them had drunken parents In the report for the Crate Colony for Epileptics it was found that over 22 per cent of 950 cases of epilepsy had alcoholic parents THE MENACE TO THE HUMAN STOCK What I want to point out is that the asylums for the insane r the institutions for epileptics idiots and feeble minded the prisons and the county poorhouses are representative as far as their al- oholic population is concernedof the extremes of alcoholic indul gence and debauchery Hero alco I oll has sego its worst to the living individual Below this topmost wave of ruin and desolation are innumerable gradations of alcoholII ism down to the moderate drinkers nd the temperate or occasional drinkersThe is reasonably safe from further contamination by those J victims of alcohol who are locked away in the retreats that our cbarIworld provides for them It otherwise with the vaster num beg of excessive drinkers who are free to work any havoc in the organism abont us and who are die rest and indirect feeders of the institutions named It is not a single Jukes family that society has ranted itself against but against the legions of Jukes families that menace the human stock Physicians may differ among themselves on minor points such to whether alcohol hay any nutritive value whether it should ever be used as a stimulant in sickness whether moderate drinking- is always harmless but the med ical profession is at one in its stand against the abuse of alcohol which leads to the wrecking of tho home and race degeneracy They allagree that alcohol is a poison taken in any form beer wine hardcider rum whiskey bitters- or patent medicines There is no question as to its being poison The retort that the active principles 1 of tea and coffee are also poisons is no argument in favor of alcohol for while taken in excess tea and coffee do induce certain mild nervous disorders theee ore insignificant when compared with the unparalleled destructiveness drink The discuSSlOU as to whether 1 alcohol is over a food is equally idle and evasive of the main issue is not a food like bread and butter for it has venom in it As Prof Abel of Johns Hopkins Uni versity says Itjs un easily ox idizablo drug with numerous un toward effects which inevitably 1 appear wlion a certain minimum dose is exceeded i n i I f II1 ALCOHOL GLASSED AS A DRUG I have italicized the word drug because it is as a drug that alco hol is now regarded by most phy sicians It is placed among the narcotics and anaesthetics I should like hero to present a very brief summary of what scientific investigators have re cently determined to be tho action bf this drug 1 It is no longer considered to be a stirstaloof but rather a depres stint It perverts digestion- It depresses and weakens the heart action dodCrfIt diminishes the intellectua functions by dulling the creative faculty impairing judgment viti ating the correctness of perceptions and hy generating timidity- It brings about slow far reach ing anatomical changes suchas fatty degeneration of the heart kidney disease diseases of the blood vessels changes in the mus cular tissue and in the tolls and fibres of the nervous system Its habitual use lessons the nor mal defences of the organism against infectious diseases espec ially tuberculosis WHO ARE ALCOHOLS DEFENDERS 1 If you find here and there some dissenting voice that of some uni versity professor perhaps you may bo sure that it is not that of a person with medical experience or any one familiar with the material which all may read but rather the voice of some one perversely in terested You might well question whether such a one is simply seek ing sensational exploitation of him self or whether he might not oven be subsidized by the vast commercial interests at stake for you must remember that the annual consumption of alcoholic drinks in the United States is over a billion gallonsI that human evolution has now reached the stage when the hbolition of the use of alcohol as a beverage is expected and required Abstinence is one of the principles of the human eugenics that new science that is just being bornThere 1 is no one here present t who would feed alcohol to his dogss horses sheep or cattle These po sessions are too precious for thattHe iis too interested in improving their breed He would recall Profg Hodges experiment with alcohol ized dogs in which among twenty three pups born in four litters to one pair of alcoholized dogs nine were born dead night were deformed and only four apparently normal Our best method of eradicating the alcoholic evil is that of a campaign of education Everyman woman and child should be made familiar in one way or another with what is known by thel medical profession of the ravages of alcoholIn they put up a poster in every public hospital ward and on ovary prescription blank of their hospitals and dispensaries they 1 print the following ALCOHOLISM ITS DANGERS Alcoholism is the chronic poisoning which results from the habitual use of alcohol oven if not used to the extent of producing drunkennessIt to say that alco liol is necessary to laborers occupied with fatiguing work that it gives heart for work or renews their strength the artificial excitement produced by it rapidly gives place to nervous depression and weakness In reality alcohol has no actual use for anyone The habit of drinking strong I liquors leads rapidly to alcoholism I but the drinks called hygienic in France also contain alcohol thett difference going only in the dose The man who drinks daily an immoderate quantity of wino cider or beer becomes alcoholic also as I well as he who drinks the stronger liquors t The drinks labelled as aperit ive in Prance iiUchas absinth I Jd ti il I Those Who Have Used Peruna J Are the Only Ones Who Really Know Many a matron has lengthened the days of her comely appearance by taking Peruna To be beautiful the body must be kept clean internally as J well as externally Peruna produces j clean mucous membranes the basis of j facial symmetry and a clear healthy complexion J equivalent Prolonged Brooklyn writes yearstreatmentfeet and limbs bloating abdomen shortness of stiff and have mylifeblessing have received through kindness doctor assistance of medicine whchyou have kindly prescribed able work since began treatment help myself much work praise Hartman treatment vermuth and bitters and the aromatic liquors are more pernicious because contain addition to alcohol essences which them also violent poisons The habit of drinking also leads family disaffection the forget ting of all social obligations with work pauperism theft and This habit leads ultimately to the hospital for alcoholism engenders the most various and destruc the diseasesparalysis insanity disorders of the stomach and liver and dropsy It is of the most frequent causes of tuberculosis Furthermore complicates and aggravates acute diseases typhoid fever penumonia erysipelas which benignly in sober quickly kill the drinker The faults of the parents fall upon their children If these live beyond the first months they are menaced with idiocy epilepsy later fall victims to tuberculous meningitis consumption- For the health of the individ for the existence of the family the of the country alcoholism one of the most terrible dangers HOW DR PETERSON WARNS ALCOHOL Evermore brief I have wade them for on my prescription blanks follows Alcohol is apoison It is claimed by some that alcohol is a food If it is a poisoned food The daily regular use of alco hol even in moderation leads to chronic alcoholism Ono is poisoned loss rapidly by the use of beer than by drinking gin whiskey and brandy Alcoholism is one of the most common causes of insanity epilepsy paralysis diseases of the liver and stomach dropsy and tuberculosis A father mother who drinks poisons the ohildreip9rn tojthem 1ri I- Ar r h Ii 1 ib MISS EBOGARDUS Catarrh Mrs George 0 11 Rivor Road Clarksburg W Va writes- I trust that no ono will think this I want my 1n public for any causo only to let sufferers know whoro they find relief from many allmontsIleI can truly say I have been much benefited by tho of Peruna I feel better I have for two years It is tho best medicine that I know for Internal catarrh III have taken from tho doctors and found no relief but when I began taking Poruna I could see before I had finished taking tho first bottle it was doing me good Peruna Tablets For two years Dr and his assistants have incessantly labored toIcreate Poruna in tablet form lOudjj their strenuous labors have Just crowned with success People whojj object to liquid medicines can nowIsecure Poruna tablets Each tablet Is to ono average of Poruna Peruna tier Life r Mrs O D Robinson 43 St Felix Street N Y person No more swollen No ofthe I No more breath No more sore joints You no 0 such a I your and the the so I am to I I your but before Iwas not able to j less for anyone else All is due to Dr his they an are dis ust crime one it a man or or ual for future is AGAINST use own as so often wines or u NETTIE Internal Worstoll from that name may use than medicine that Hartman boon doso more and so that many die in infancy while others grow up as idiots and epileptics These go but a little way to be sure but if the 132000 physicians in the United States could be in duced to do likewise they might help a little to persuade some of the 198669 saloonkeepers bar tenders brewers maltsters distillers and rectifiers in this country of the harmfulness of their trades Somewhere in one of his books Maeterlinck observes that if the human race were to give up meat andalcohol there would no longer be hungry people At any rate a study of the twelfthcensus of the United States for 1900 is an interesting commentary upon Maeterlincks suggestion I find there among the industry groops ranked by capital after iron and steel and their products the textiles lum ber and its manufacture and paper and printing that the industries of food and kindred products are capitalized at 938000000 and those of liquors and beverages at 534000000It to see that if the 938000000 capital in the food in dustry can supply the greater part of the food necessary for our nations use the 534000000 of capital worse than wasted on the industries of poisonous drinks might well feed all the hungry and still leave a handsome surplus 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 itsolf you are inviting pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary trouble Dont risk it Put your lungs back in perfect health aud stop that cough with Bal lards Horehound Syrup Price 2Cc sOc and 100 per bottle Sold by A R Fisher You can get 2 Ibs prunes for life apricots lOcolb bestCalifornia peaches lOc lb large prunes lOc a lb 3 cans peas 15c at T F Sawyers Pay youritaxes and save penalty i 1 1r H fJ H I hlIia It r J My Sister Advised Me to Tryb Peruna I Took Your Treatment and My Appetite Returned Speedily I Gamed Strength and Flesh andii Am in Perfect Health I Am So Thankful Your Medicine Has Done Me So Much Good So Says Miss Julia Butler Of Appleton Wig Sick Headache Miss Nottlo E BoRardus B F D 21 Westfleld N Y writes I have been a great sufferer from sick headaches but am now entirely freo from that trouble I have not felt so well la ton years as Ido now I would recommend Pornna and Manalin to all sufferers I will say God bless Dr Hartman and his wonder ful remedies Weak No Appetite Mrs Ruth B Brent Holmes Ill writesI Tf In poor health throe years ago I kept getting worse and I finally was so weak that I could not sit up all day My foot and hands wore always cold I had no appetite 11 consulted one of the best doctors who said I could not be cured I was nervous my heart would flutter and I had a pain in my left side and also hadj chronlo constipation- I got a bottle of Peruna and ono of Manalin and wrote to you for advice While under your treatment I gained three pounds a month- I took several more bottles of Pernna and now ram well I am able to do all my housework cooking washing ironing baking and mending Everybody compliments mo on look Ing so much better than I used to and now I have a girl baby six months old as fat as she can be She Is what call a Peruna baby for I know if It had not been for Poruna sho would not bo here For Suffering Women Miss Esther Lee 802 Madison Street Topoka Kas Secretary Triple Tie Social Club writes Fourteen months ago I began to bo troubled with internal catarrh which loft me pale weak and nervous I do cided to glvo Peruna trial uTo my great relief I found that my general health improved I kept grow ling stronger and within throe months I was in my usual normal condition 1 cannot recommend Poruna too highly to suffering women t CHURCH NOTES Rev W M Powers filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday night 4 Layman Leonard Oelze conducted the E morning services in the absence of Rev Lewis i 000ai The Rev Hayes Presiding Elder of the Methodist church delivered two strong and impressive sermons Sunday w 000 The Ladies Foreign Missionary So ciety of the Methodist church are hav ing daily prayer meetings this week at 230 P M STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts conducted the funeral service of James Gillilland at Chenanult Wednesday Albert Petitt of Tell City was the guest of his sister Mrs Pike Come Friday and Saturday Miss Zelma Lay gave a box supper Saturday night at he school house- F A Mathena 1 as sold his property to Bob French an will leave in a few t IfWewish them much ccess James Biggs of Louisville was the guest of his daughter Mrs Karbio Blaine last week c Miss Etta Englis h has returned from HardinsburgMr T H p English are spend c ing the winter v ith their daughter Mrs Emma Lacey at Pembroke Miss Vernie B nnett of Chenaullt was the guest ofj Miss Esther Payne 4 Sunday j Mrs Dan Burk and little daughter of Holts were in town Saturday Next Monday if the last day ofci grace for paying your taxes Aftercc that date a pena Ity of 0 per cent will be added Pay jiovf and save money Milt Miller sheriff Miss Lena Pa ne and Mrs Pike Conn 1 attended the fut eral of James Gillillard at Chenault Wet nesday John D Babb ige was in town Satur i 1r IdayI fi Mr J B M rgan and Miss Annie Duckman were married Wednesday t evening at 730 at the home of her sis ter Mrs Harlan Morgan Rev F R Roberts perform the ceremony ywereb