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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS t- ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IVOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1908 8 Pales NO 22 LEAD RIGHT TO RESIST I Henry Moorman Acquitted OfF Charge Of Wounding Re venue Officers St Louis Nov 27Henry D Moorman an oleomargarine denI- er at 4228 Easton avenue who was wounded in a fight with rev 4 enuo agents who raided his place a year thb United States District Court of a charge of wounding and interfering with revenue officer in the discharge of his duty The jury was instructed by Judge Dyer to return a verdict of not guilty be fore any evidence had been taken on the gro nd that the officers ha l no right to be in Moormansi building The d was made the nighti of- Octo ofiiccrds broktL en a door leading to theI room ovo Moormans store HeI resists the execution of the search warrPa and each side opened fire witholvers and guns Moor man Revenue Agent Edward 11 both badly wounded I1iiman was indicted and when hie 1 ilI began in the Federall Cour Thursday his attorneys Hor e L Dyer and Walter N Da objected to any evidence I bei introduced contending tha- the arch warrant was issued by Ui1tIed States Commissioner lw jWsey without any evidence ex CI Jot the suspicion of a revenue o ftcer that Moorman had conceal- olcomar1Brine i5ff withoutpnying required tax Judge Dyer ruled that a search ft f irrant is not legal unless issued t pbn evidence of violation of lawI saidtthe revenue officers wore trespassing on the property and that Moorman had the right to defend I himselfagainst trespassers Goes To Chambers Ky Mr and Mrs J T Daniels leftI Tuesday fQr Chambers to make their home in the future Sixteen years ago Mr Daniels came to Cloverport and during that time has proved himself a valuable manyII I Danielsy= Y much prosperity and happiness z They will reside with Mrs Daniels I mother Mrs John Emberick New Headquarters The Home Bakerys uptownj headquarters arc proving to be v very convenient for the East End and Hill people Mr Browns candies and cakes are in great de 7mttnd now and fresh quanties are always on hand in his new store r MaceyMcCrume Miss Myra Macey and Mr Joe McCrume were united in marriage Sunday at Ephesus church atI Harued The Rev Cundiff officiat ed in the ceremony The bride and groom are wellknown young people ofvBreokenridge Visits Cincinnati 4 T C Lewis has been in Cincinnati r i recently purchasing Christmas stock for his jewelery store atI1 Hardinsburg Mr Lewis secur ed some very beautiful and rare gifts for the holiday trade Moving Days At Chambers Ky this week a little moving is going on in that J neighborhood Mr Nicks moved from his residence which Mr Embery will occupy and Mr 1 JSmbory moved from his home I + which will be used by J T Daniels formerly lof Cloverport o NEWSY LETTER FFROMIRVINGTON Merchants Ready for Santa Claus Personal Items Church Notes and Other News Hunters Enjoy Sport A O Marshall of Guston was in town visiting Sunday Mrs L B Moromen spent a few days in Louisville last week Mrs B F Wilson after a brief visit to her mother at Henson has returned home Miss Lula Lockard has returned from Louisville where she was the relativesdMiss Anna Lee Bandy will be the hostess at the Girls Club on Thursday afternoon Mrs 11 B McGlothlan is doing excellent work with the children in the private schoo- lTheThanksgivingi entertainment was successfully carried out and was most enjoyable Mrs Kemper delightfully enter tained the last meeting of the SocietylMrs Nannie Wathen left Sat urday for Barborsville Ky on a few weeks business trip Ilendert son and baby left Monday for their home at Beverley Mass Mrs James H Conly and son Hugh Jr left last week for her homo ot Birmingham Alabama Mrs Rhodes returned from Brander mrg Monday after being the guest of relatives a few days Dr Walker will be in Irvington doing Dental work Wednesday and Thursday December 16th and 17thMr and Mrs H II Kemper spent Saturday and Sunday at Big Spring the guest of Mrs Julia Clarkson Misses Eva and Mabel McGloth lan after a weeks visit to Miss Essie Biggd of Louisville returned TuesdayDr will be in Irving ton Wednesday and Thursday December 16th and 17th for Dent al work Mrs W W Williams of Hen derson arrived last Friday to spend the week end with Mr and Mrs Wimp Mrs W W Williams of lIen derson was the guest of honoi ut a dinner given by the Misses Mum ford Sunday Mrs Charlie Beard of Hardins burg who has been the guest of Mrs Nora Board returned to her homo Friday Miss Jessie Brady has returned from Hawesville Ky where she wont to attend the GainesSlaton nuptials Nov 25 Mr Frank Sterett of Charles ton Mo spent several days of last week the guest of his sister Mrs J O Culloy Mr Edd Alexander was called to Louisville Sunday on account of the death of his brother Mr Philipp Alexander Mrs Geo N Lyddan and two children returned Sunday from Suinpter North Carolina after a two months stay with Mrs YoJ PhilippsMrs Brandenburg has returned from Tip Top where she visited relatives She was accompanied home by her sisterinlaw Mrs M Brandenburg who is visiting her daughter Mrs C L Chamber lain Our business people are pre pared to supply the wants of our town and adjoining country people for all of their Christmas Watch the News for announcements of 4- 4f v Lucile Memorial Church Bazaar The Presbyterian Bazaar opens today at Hammans store Many beautiful donations have been re cWed and on sale for the benefit of the church Owing to the ox advertising a is anticipated The affair to large been Kentuckys Official Vote II- w 1908 PRESIDEMlAL LECTORS Ward Headley Democrat 244092 H McConnell Peoples Party 333 H G Garrett Republican 235711 E M Willis Independence Party L L Pirkett Prohibitionist D F Smith Socialist 4060 Total Vote 400887 James H Arnold S alistLibo 404- CUMGRbS Bryan Electors Plurality 8381 IONAL RACES Republicans Democrats Jerry 11 Porter 10189 Ollie M Jumps 27669 J C Worshnm IgWi A 0 Stanley 23320 tD James 1958 R Y Thcimiis Jr 20079- D W 21 46 lit Johnson 24844 R C end 2513 wnger Sherley 27953 1 R luglis 18O7 L Rhinock 23945- L U Bistow 147 C Catrlll 21157 L W Hetiurum 161149 H rv Hrlm J B Bennett 22 N Kthoe 2alo7 J W Langley 32 Amos Dtivis J95G7 D O Edwards 36070 A C 14729 BEN L BRUNER Secretary of State IICIiI I ION DOLLAR FREE Breclcenridgc JVews will give One in cash to ttThe sending in the largest number Cent subscriptions by December d th7eeII scription will equal to four threemonths is 7W trouble to get a person to take the threcmontlis Try it JOHN D NewsII bIs etn what they have for sale that will pleases in quality and price About the best and most attrac tive decorating we have seen i this city for the past month is that done by Lawrence Kirtley at the store of Edd Alexander and Jolly It is quite inviting and presents a beautiful scene from the outside The members of the Sunday choolof the Irvington Baptisti Church are preparing to have a arHDius tree for the children A splendid program Has been ar ranged and the occasion will be de lightful They anticipate a large crowdMr Rogers of Louisville an expert shot and holding the third best for clay pigeon shooting in this country was the guest of Dr Moreman last week Mr Joe McGeoho was also a guest for a weeks shooting The record of the weeks hunt can bo obtained from Dr Moreman The bra days work three birds for three men Mrs Piggott gave a music re cital on Saturday evening in which some of the younger social set took part The children and the few guests assembled wore given a rare trout in that they had the opportunity hearing Miss Nancy Pusoy of Chicago who has been a student at Peobody Institute in Baltimore for two She iis rarely gifted and has had fine lOP ri j n i r tensive of the Bazar great success i also promises be most pleasant socially for a attendance hay assured J zOO 5887 a Ga ldle Kin I J 6 J w 17725 832 J 444 Patterson Dollar of 25 16th years be tions It ii i Morris was years portunities which she has improved A most enjoyable 42 party was atnthe home of Miss Mary Peyton The party was a three table affair very attractive and greatly enjoy ed by all present After the game and the announcement of Miss Annie Leo Bandys receiving the highest number of points tho company were treated to most delicious refreshments The hon red guests were Mrs E H Jolly and Miss Nancy Pusoy of Chicago r SOCIETY NOTES Miss Maggie Carter was the delight ful hostess at a pleasant gathering of Invited guests at the home of her par ents Mr and Mrs Fladge Carter Thursday An excellent dinner was served at noon hour to the large corn pany of friends who were Mr and Mrs Chas Mattingly Annie May and LightfoottFather Brey Floyd Tom Frank and Benard Carter Mrs McClanahan Misses Jane Hambleton and Lillian Sippel 000 Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot gave an all day dinner party Sunday whichwas most enjoyable to the following guests Mr and Mrs James Cordrey Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad and Miss Alto Ash ley 000 Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville who is the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison was honored with a party at the home of Mr Edward Morrison Monday night u f T CARNEGIE AGENT INVESTIGATES I Raymond Mays Heroic Effort- To Save a Little iliggerI- tight Be Crowned With Gold And More Honor Hopes For Medal Slight Last September the eighth day when Raymond May risked his own life save that of a negro child he did toII dream the world would ever call him a hero neither did he anticipate being iin- line for a Carnegie medal Really he had never realized the fact until a Special Agent for the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission arrived in Cloverport to see him Sunday evening Monday the agent made thorough in vestigations into the act performed by May After having an interview with May and the person who informed the Commission of the rescue the ngnt went to the L H St St L shops fo other details He took pictures of May standing on the engine in the positions he attained at the time of the occur enceHowever the agent did not stimulate Mays hopes for getting the medal and the 2000 He assured him he would present the case clearly to the Executive Committee but stated their decisio- all depended upon the nature of th risk of the rescuer Mr Carnegies representative was a a Pittsburgh Pa man Those who made his acquaintance enjoyed hit short stay in this city Western Kentucky Man To Succeed Dr Milton Board Frankfort Ky Dec 5Goy Willson has announced that he will give largo consideration to geography inr the appointment of a member of tho State Boardof Control to succeed Dr Milton Board Ho will therefore appoint a Western Kentucky man to the place as Dr Board hails from Breckenridgo county The Governor will make public the names of the applicants for the place who are said to number about fifty It is expected that the appointment will be made before I Christmas ij Mr Brabandt Will Leave C Brabandt will leave the first of the year for the South where he will spend the winter probably at Little Rock Ark Mr Bra bandt has many friends in Clover port who will miss him greatly and hope he will return much im proved in health District Board Saturday the District Boardof School trustees hada business meeting in this city Cumberland Auditor Here Joseph F Henderson of Nash ville Tenn auditor for the Cum berland Telephone Co spent several busy days in this city last week Ho is one of the companys most competent auditors and it is seldom the Cloverport office is permitted to enjoy the services of mon like Mr Henderson OBSERVED IN LOUISVILLE Judge Henry D Moorman of Brecken ridgo County has written Chairman Henry R Prowitt requesting the Demo cratic State Central and Executive Com mittees to announce whether or not the party law prohibiting officeholders and office seekers from holding positions as committeemen will be enforced The party law is being observed in Louis villeThe alreadydecidedcommitteemen elected prior to the enactment of the law last JunoTjie Focus Telephone your locals to the News officer 750000 POUNDS ITOBACCO SOLD AtsHardinsburg Saturday Sale Made to American Tobacco Co Growers Well Pleased One hundred farmers und tobacco growers met at H rdJnsburg last Satur day to ratify a sale of pooled tobacco which has comInJohn E Monarch that they had made a sllll d it only rema ned with them thepoolers to say whether it should be acceptedMr skid that his committee had wiitteu to nearly every tobacco deal er iti th country and hud been able to secure but one bid and that was from the American Tobacco Company at Owensboro He said several dialers had looked at the samples but noue of rthem had made a bid He said fuither that the bid of the American Tobacco Company was the best and only bid He advised so tar as he was concerned that it be accepted It is u go d price said Ue and I liked the manner in which the American proposed to grade it The price was 19 gaud 3 for 1st Tn4theThe tobacco to be delivered at Hard tns burgThere was quite a discussion followed over the different grade and the quality of each The mates Wits finally sriued anti a vote on the bid taken which re suited in a majority i favor of accept lug the bid 64 fur nd 11 against A motion was then mude by Mr Herbert M Beard th t the committee be hid for their god work time und ex pens of making the sale He tiugest ei tha J2 of 1 per i em b tltxedup a gainst each mans tro t pay the cum mittee and grader Th ntioneatrid Mr lhen T Miller was elected to act as gender for the farmers Beard iltusley am agents lor the Tobacco Co The farmers all stewed to be well pleased with toe sale a ul went home re jo cing 750000 pou ds N e in the pool FO a mild easy a lion of the bowels n single dose of Doan Renulets is enough Treatment cues habitual constipation 25 ctnts a b oc Ask your druggist for them 83iJames Trent Dies at Big Clifty After Long Illness James Trent aged eighty thtee years died at the home of his son J G Tent the well known merchant at Big Olifty Mr Trent had been in declining runltu for severalI years and the end was fully expected He resided in Breckenridge county until a few years ago when he came to Bin Chfty to live with his son His remains were taken to the Kasey burying grounds ear Big Spring in this county for burialEtuwn News HARDINSBURG Judge Moorman and Findley Miller Went to Frankfort Monday on business Tom Pool of the Nudrid or Fisher lJudlteMoormansault und battery He was released on a 200 peace bond Supt Pile received the check Saturday for the second months payment of the public school teachers Checks were at once forwarded to all who had not already been paid Chapman Moorman is visiting Tom Ditto near Brandenburg Zcno Hendrick went to Louisville Monday to sell toy acco Mrs Nannie Miller has returned home after a visit of several weeks at Erymire and other pouts Mrs Milt Miller is visiting relatives at Hard i a Grove Indiana Wade Pile of Mqok was in town Sun dayDenuie Bheoran of Tarfork went to St Johns In Hurdin County Monday to accompany his daughter Miss Nellie who entered Bethlehem Academy Miss Annie Askin daughter of Felix Askln of McQuudy also returned to school she having come home some timei ago on account of illness in her fathers family x Nearly everybody knows DoWitta Little Early Risers ate the best pills made They are small pleasant sure Little Liver pills Sold by all druggists FTh Tri tflUUUU j n j n= TOCROSSHOBTHPOLE Explorer Baldwins New Plan of an Arctic Expedition WILL DRIFT FOUR YEARS Expects Ice Pack to Carry Ship and Party From Alaska to Greenland In That Time To Start Next Septem ber Many Casks to Be Taken Evelyn Briggs Baldwin the arctic explorer who led the unsuccesful Ziegler expedition in search of the north pole a few nights ago revealed his plans for another dash northward whereby he not only hopes to reach ti pole but actually to cross over it by traversing a course from northwest of Point Barrow Alaska to a point b lwcon Spitzbergen and the cast coast of Greenland It is his plan to let nature shape his course by run ning his ship Into the drift Ice per mining It to become part of the Ice pnk and theta to drift with the Arctic rinents until he has accomplished his purpose of discovering the pole Bald i estimates that the drift will last four years and that Its slowness will P riuit him and his associates to make rny exploration trips on sledges on ih sides of the course y that means he feels sure much will l o added to the present scientific iiiil geographical Information in rein tl iri to the arctic regions Efforts v I be made to keep the public in ApuTlca and Europe In touch with hi- splress by sending up balloons carry ivs bulletins says the New York Press Tlt plan was pursued on the Ziegler e j edition and several of tin bulletins vMcli were iucased In cork buoys Isere found on land or at sea The strt on this new expedition will not br made before next September The Baldwin party will leave the P itlc lOIlst In a steamship which iv illl be the main ship of the expedl ti 1 There also will be two or more srpiy steamships which are to be n ployed in transporting many heavy i tiers from rthe Oregon or Alaskan i sts and also thousands of strong c Its which will be filled with oil to lies food emergency supplies and I v er things needed for the long voy IportaLleIi II its forty or fifty dogs and three o- rfr Siberian horses The horses will used the first year of the drift or Tiil provender runs out and then 1hv will be killed and eaten The exptoriim putty will consist of- abut twentyfour persons including I r Lilt bly two American navy officers win already have expressed eagerness to go on the expedition Not mare than two or three Eskimos will 10 litItitI liiimiy scientific purposes Baldwin I KINS he does not rxpect to find land at the pole He will not be surprised In never to find It to the east of paint thatII The initial profit of the drift to the northwest of Point Harrow Ahiska lit said There we will make- fast to one of the large Ice flues at the s ttbern edge of the Ice pnck The Kiijply steamships will discharge their Kiiji idiiH on the surface of the Ice floes artl theni leave us In charge of the main steamship We will proceed at on e tin form n settlement upon the P tinur Ije Island These Ice Hoes areI frl1 eight to thirty feet thick nnd In Kie as Ilarge is Central park or even Miitli itumt iHlaiul They are close to filler and Ihftll continually rub thus funning time iire puck lie sold Ir the renson for scattering ttisiiilH of llo s and casks on the Ice floe Is tthat if the tloe should split they eau be recovered easily from the wa for icn If a few should be lost I thousands will remain to supply the needs of the explorers I Asked how fast he thought the drift would be after his ship had become part of the Ico floe ho said I Wo will be forced along at an aver age rate of two miles each twenty four hoursthat Is to say one degree of latitude a month nnd In a course parallel to the course of the Jeannette of De Longs expedition and of tho Fram ot Nauseas expedition Our course however will be directly across the Arctic Ice pack instead of across the margin as was the case with Do Long and Nnnseu How long do you think that drift will last Baldwin was asked As we are to drift midstream that Is through the field of unobstructed drift of the pack where the Ice moves more swiftly than It does near the coast linos we probably will con sume about four years In tho actual drift We will have drifted over tho northern curvature of tho earth leav ing the pole about midway In the line of drift Wo will go right over the poleBaldwin said the hull of his ship will be shaped to avoid the danger of being nipped by the ice If the flue should break to pieces and that tho discharge of tho supplies on the fee will make her ride high Asked if he thought such a long drift would break flown the minds and bodies of him and his companions the explorer said It probably would if the expedition were conducted on antiquated lines Will Green Shoes Be Worn Tanners of green calfskin report that manufacturers of mens and wo mens tine shoes aro making sample of that stock to be hurried to their salesmen New York city buyers are said to look very favorably upon green shoes owing to the prediction that green will be widely worn next Bprlnc and summer- Y A in 4n THE PRISON BIRD 1I Tyrannicaland Jealous Feathered Beauty of Africa The peculiarity of the prison bird a feathered beauty of Africa Is that he is the most tyrannical and Jealous of husbands imprisoning his mate throughout her nesting time Living stone watched the birds habits while In Monpour and In his subsequent ob servations referred to the nest as a prison and the female bird as a slave The nest Is built In the hollow of a tree through ao opening In the bark As soon as It Is completed the mother bird enters carefully and fearfully and settles down In it Then papa walls Up the opening leaving only just space enough for air and food to pass through He keeps faithful guard and brings food at regular Intervals with out fall The female thrives under her enforced retirement But If the prison bird is killed or In any other way pre vented from fulfilling his duties the mother and her little ones must die of starvation for she cannot free herself from bondage Normally the Imprisonment lasts un til the chicks aro old enough to fly Then the male bird destroys the barrier with his beak and liberates his family It Is charming writes Liv ingstone to see the Joy with which the little prisoners greet the light and the unknown world THE NORMAN OYEZ A Legacy of William the Conqueror to the Courts Everybody who has ever been In a United States courtroom knows that when the judge walks out of his chambers and ascends the borsch the court crier drones out Oyez oyez oyez tho honorable court of the whatever district It may be Is now In session Not many persons however realize that the crier says oyez oyez oyez instead of harken barken harkens because of a chance visit that William the Conqueror made to an English court almost 000 years ago William had overrun England seized the government and placed himself at Its head Happening to enter n court room he heard time crier call tho assemblage to order In English William rebuked him and on the spot decreed that the business of all English courts should to transacted In Norman French his native tongue Afterward the courts went back to English but to this day oyes oyez oyez clings to court customs wherever the English language Is spoken as a reminder of the great Norman who whipped KingI Harold In the battle of Hastings Scrap Book One of Lifes Tragedies Ho had expected a tender embrace from his sweetheart but her greeting of him was cold He could not under stand It- Darling he exclaimed In agony what IU the matter But she remained silent her lips tightly closed and motioned him front her He fell upon his knees My love tie cried tell me what I have done to offend you I swear 1 have done nothing wrong I confess I kissed tire Simpson girl last night at tie party but on my oath II thought OllI d even tighter but she uttered not a syllable IUd In despair at her unbending demeanor he fled from the place he knew not whither Would yon know oh reader the roa eon of the conduct by which a woman blighted two young lives Twas aim ply this She had left her false teeth IIII the bathroom IJ Probably She Meant It Luclie n carefully brought up little girl of five years returned from her gleoI she an nounced and talked nice all the time Did you remember to say some thing pleasant to Mrs Townsend just before leaving her mother asked Oh yes I did was the enthusl astir reply 1 smiled and said 1 enI Joyed myself Mrs Townsend I bad a lot better dinner than 1 thought Id have Delineator One on the Judge Here you are said the Judge to the i colored prisoner complaining that you cant get along with one wife and yet Solomon bad hundreds of em Yes yer honor was the reply but you must rickollcct dat dc last testi mony he give In wuz dat dey wuz nil vanity an vexation of spirit Atlanta Constitution Still Holds Good There was a time exclaimed young Spenders who had gone through a for tune when people used to say I had more money than brains They cant say It now adelphla No Ah No Pressii Awkward- A pretty schoolteacher noticing one of her little charges Idle said sharply John the devil always finds some thing for Idle bands to do Come up here and let me give you some work Judges Library A New Sensation Mrs Bullion I wish I knew some thing to do that would provide me with- In absolutely new sensation Mr Bul lionGo out and pay cash for some thlngLlfe Windmills Windmills were Invented and used by the Saracens I MUST BELIEVE IT When WeUKnown Clovtrport People Tell It So Plainly When public endorsement is made by representative citizen of Cloverport the proof is positive You must believe it Head this testimony Every back ache sufferer every man woman or child with any kidney trouble will find profit in the reading Price Graham Railroad St Glover port Ky says I can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that will act up to representations For four years suffered from kidney com plaint The secretions from my kidneys were much too free in action forcing me to rise several times during the night Whenever I caught cold it was sure to settle in my kidneys nnd greatly aggravate the trouble My back ached sev erely and when I stooped I would suf fer from sharp twinges through my loins The aching in my buck at night greatly disturbed me and in the morning I rose feeling lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt lull and languid Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store relieved me after two weeks use and it required hilt the contents of four boxes to effect a complete cure t can state that this cure has proven to be a permanent one and it gives me pleasure to recommend Doans Kidney Pills to others afilirtfd in a simlar mannerFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the unnlebeansanclt- ake no other The Century IN 1909II will have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN Including unpublished documents from his own pen The great sculptor SAINTGAUDBNS rrote his autobiography just before he died THE CBNTTJIIY will print it The full report of a remarkable conversation with the GERMAN EMPBHOU will appear in THE CENTURY and an interview with the great pianist PADBKOTV SKI ANDREW CARNBOIE is writing on the Tariff for it Articles by ORO VER CLBVEDANDS nearest friends will tell the intimaie story of his life MRS RICE the author of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will contri bute a great novel and THOMPSON SBTON a splendid new tale of animal life The COLORED PICTURES will be more beautiful than ever Send for prospectus and special sub scription offers TIlE CENTURY Co Union Square N Y Beware Of Ointments For Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will suroly destroy tho sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering through the mucous sur aces Such articles should never be usod except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as time damage they will do in tun fold to the good you etui possibly derive from them Halts Catarrh Cure manutaetured hy If J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and U taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh cure be sure you Ret the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by P 1 Cheney C Co Testimonials tree Sold by DrURftiMU Irlce The per bottle Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation Unersy Lies the Head Snicker I dreamed lost night that I was a millionaire Kicker Well I micht ns well have been one for nil tho sleep I Rot last nightBohemlan Mag r t Bad BackacheSuch suffer every month from back acheIs it necessary No It can be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by tak- Ing a medicine with specific cura- tIve action on the female organs and functions which acts by relieving the congestion stopping the pain and building the organs and functions up to a proper state of health Try WINE OF CARODI WOMANS RELIEF I suffered for IE years writes Mrs Alalinda A Akers of Basham Va with various female troubles I bad such a backache that it drew me over so I could not stand straight The doctors could not help me so I lock Cardul and BOW I feel like a new woman At All Druggists WRITE POR PRIG ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeptThoChattanooga Term E all NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and lund owners of Breckenridge count Ky residing near Ciovcrport 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 ihe extent of the law November 7th 1908 F Fraize Clint Murray L 0 John son George Harris H E Beavin Nut Taul C B Elder W 8 Ashbey J M Beavin Louis Sahli Joe PSwart John Jennings L L Waggoner Forrest Jennings J E Smith J B Chapin Chas E Chapin J M Mullen W K Blain J D Seaton W R Burdett Walter Meador J F Carter A A Miller J C Furrow W B Allen J W South F Kennedy C W Moor man Leo Hinton Walter Barboe E M Taut Thos Satterfield J A Hinton N S Benard Mrs L V Thompson S C Hendrickson I F Isotie Wm N Johusou E B Oglesby J W Isome Enola Rat forty Joseph Elder C F Nattingly J W Stone O R Hatdin John Wurfield Harvey Owen Thos Kyan John C MatthewsThos M Miller Medicine That Is Medicine II have suffered a good deal with ma laria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that keeps me well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that is u medicine for stomach and lliver troubles and for rundown conditions says W C Kiestler of Halliday Ark Electric Batters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the wORk Your money will be refund ed if it fails to help you 50c at Severs drug store A FAMOUS CARPET The First One That Was Used In Old New York City I havent learned everything about my business yet sail the young car- Pet salesman but 1vo picked up some Information thats interesting oven If It isnt new Fur Instance not everybody knows that It Isnt so very long ago only about 200 years that nobody had a carpet In Now York city They didnt use rushes strewn around for floor cov ering as they used to do In England partly I suppose because rushes whatever they are wore not plentiful and partly because they preferred sand Certainly sand sprinkled on a bare floor seems cleaner and better than rushes and it has some advan tages over n regular carpet Anyhow that was what they usod in the houses of tho nrhttocrncyIBut carpets came In fashion in New York at the very end of the saven tconth century and tho man who Intro duced the fashion was Captain KIdJ Ho wasnt a pirAte then He ras cap tain of tho Antigua a packet ship plying between here and London and was n citizen and a householder in this city In 1002 ho married Sarah Port the widow of another ship cap- taIn and set up housekeeping In Hanover square then an aristocratic quar ter In that house on the floor of the best room as they called It In those days was the first carpet known to httvo boon In mo In New York It was valued at 25 which doesnt scan ex travagant ovon as money was then valued That may not be an Important fact but its llitorostlng New York Times On Vacations- It Is related In Stewart Edward Whites book The Mountains that once upon n time a man happened to be staying In a hotel room which had originally boon part of n suit but which was then cut off from the oth ers by only a thin door through which sounds carried clearly- It was about 11 oclock when the occupants of that next room came home The man heard the door open and close Then tho bed shrieked aloud as somebody fell heavily upon it There breathed across tho silence a profoundly deep sigh Mary sold a mans voice Im mighty sorry I didnt join that Association For Artificial Vacations They undertake to get you Just as tired and Just as mad in two days as you could by yourself in two weeksYouths Companion Stevenson and the Beggar While walking in London ono after noon Robert Louis Stevenson and Ed mund Gosse met a stalwart beggar whom Gosse refused to aid Steven son however wavered and finally banded him n sixpence Tho man pocketed the coin forboro to thank his benefactor but fixing his eyes on Gosse said In a loud voice And what Is the other little gentleman go Ing to give me In future said Stevenson as they strode coldly on I shall bo tho other little gentleman The Wrong Place A shade bustled up to St Peter My good man ho said will you tell mo where I must go to procure souvenir post cards And St Peter eying him sourly told him where ho could go toPuck Losing Hair A man loses his hair only once remarked the observer of events and things but some women mislay theirs several times a weekYOnkersI Statesman OIIi1i 111 t a STUPID SHEEP They Are About the Most Senseless i1 All Animals- A Colorado ranchman declares that ao animal that walks Is as big a fool as a sheep We have to watch them every min ute and If vigilance Is relaxed for an Instant the entire flock is likely to practically commit suicide In han dling most animals some degree of self help or Intelligence can be relied on to kId the owner in saving their lives but sheep seem to set deliberately to work to kill themselves If caught In a storm on the plains they will drift before the wind and die of cold and exposure rather than move a hundred yards to windward to obtain shelter In their corral To drive sheep against the wind Is absolutely Impossible I onco lost over 1000 head because I could not drive them to a corral not 200 feet away In the corral they are stilt more foolish If a storm comes up they all movo down wind until stopped by the fence Then commences the proceed log BO much dreaded by sheepmen known as piling The sheep will climb over each others backs until they ore heaped up ten feet high Of course all those at the bottom are smothered Not ono has sense enough to sock shelter under the lee of the fence as a horse or dog would do Again If a sheep gets Into n quicksand its fate teaches nothing to those that como Immediately after but the whole flock will follow Its leader to destruction No more exasperatingly stupid animal than a sheep walks St Louis GloboDemocrat Cautious C Prospective Best ManGot the mar rlago license yet 1 Prospective Bride groom oIw not going to get that until the last thing She may go back on me Chicago Tribune The Modern HusbandjMrs KnickerWe are to have a tbouI tend foot skyscraper Mrs BoekorlI suppose that means that Henry will be detained at the office 500 foot later Harpers Weekly Jaded The Lady Little boy dont you know smoking will 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Simple f Mixture To Overcome Disease relieve of RheumaI tifitn take teaspoonful of the following mixture after each meal and at bedtimekonehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla ouncesThose harmless ingredients bo obtained from our druggists and are easily mixed by shaking well f in is generally felt from the first few This proscription clogged inactive kidneys to filter and from the the poisonous matter apt uric acid which causes RheumatismAs is not the most painful and torturous disease but den gerous to this simple will no be greatry valued ufferers here at home who should once prepare the mixture to this re liefIt is said that who would take this prescription regularly dose or two dailyor even a ywould never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism r Cut this out nid preserve lit Rheumatism prescriptions whlwi really relieve are scarce indeed auu need it want it badly Mr J has been herh the past visiting friends and to over the situation with 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the reason for selling Nor further partlc ulars address JNO D BABBAQE Oloyor port KY c I rt ti T f JaneCableCopyrMht O40 O OeOO4 EVO The next morning after n dead sleep of hours she returned to his side The surgeon smiled and the nurse clasped her hands with tears In her eyes Ban semer was breathing thickly and toss Ing In delirium It was as If ho had been lifted from the grave Lieutenant Bray was seated In front of the convent late that evening mood ily studying his own emotions Teresa still attired as she had been weeks hung about the chapel with forII persistence of a friendless dog He watched her and pitied her even as he pitied himself for the wound ho was nursing What was to become of her He called her to him Senorita they say he Is better Tell me does It mean much to you 1 Oh senor he has been noble and good and honorable It he lives I shall always hold these weeks with him in absolute reverence Then she dOOR not understand 1 She JWhat is there for her to un ierstanjf She loves him and he loves t her Mat is enough Sht ys she will not marry him There ust be a reason- S hc+ irls face darkeacd Instantly and breath came quickly I I IyoU think that I stn the red BonXs it so Because I am here thesiftateful clothes You would InII thnt me How dare you I SbVburst out with tears of rage and shn and fled from hIs sight JtBo came rapidly through the church I IntoIf or t world her face bright her eyes I gle4 IngII kits meI t la Ilr lY rJ Jvfr CHAPTER XXVs LIEN Graydon Bansemer opened his eyes upon the world for the second time it was as if he hud been J born againhe looked up into the eager wistful face of Jane Cable It was too much for her to ex pect that he could see and understand at once He would not know what had gone before nor why she was there His feeble glance took in her face with lifeless interest Perhaps It was because he had seen her In that death like dream Perhaps his weakness kept him from true realization In any event he did no more than to allow the flicker of a smile to come Into his eyes before he closed them again Breathlessly she waited for the lids to lift once more She uttered his name softly tenderly time and again As if hearing some one culling from a great e distance ho moved and again looked I upward the consciousness of pain in t his gray eyes This time he stared hard at her His eyes grew brighter and then darkened with wonder At last she saw the look of surprise and joy and relief that she had been hun gerltfg for lIe knew her and he was beginning to understand If he heard her while she knelt and thanked God for this first great ray of hope he gave forth no sign When she turned her eyes to his face again ho 1was asleep But she wont forth Into 4 the day with a song in her heart She looked about for Teresa The girl was gone no one know whither BltYalone could say that she had started toward the thicket Ho poInt ed out the direction but did not offer to accompany Jane when sho hurried away to cary the good news to the i a 1Spanish girl who had been her stanch1 helper during the long vigil Bray chook his puzzled head as he followed her with his gaze It had como to him I ti suddenly that the Spanish girl was pot the solution to the puzzle after alla Ji Jnno found the slim boyish figur- erlying on the ground deep in the wood She Lad been crying and made no at tempt to subdue her emotions when the American girl came up to her In stead she bitterly poured out her woe into the ears of tho other She told i her of Brays Insultas she termed his unfortunate speculation and she told y how It came about r I am a good girl Miss Cable she r cried I um of a noble family You do not believe it of me No Ho had no right to accuse me I was a prl8 over Senor Bansomor was my yes kfcucr I loved him for it See I cannot help It I cannot hide it front you Bqt UplB yours I have no claim I do nor d hYJTt it Oh and here her voice rose to Jatl avail of anguish can you not pro 3cure something else for uio to wear These rags aro Intolerable I hato theme I cannot go back there unless I Lave We can give you a few garments dertslk1JnncComet You shall wear the nurses uniform We are toj tart on the longmarch to the coast j n = fr M vrouuaca can DO moved uy mar tiuic It was three days however before the little company left the village and began its slow Irksome march across the country toward the coast where the ship was to pick up the wounded men and convey them to Manila No tU last she saw me took oj surprise ana joy and rcltcCI tine carriers cheerful amigos since the disaster to Pilar went forward withI the stretchers the hospital wagons and guard following Traveling was necessarily slow and the halts were fre quent There were occasional shotrp from hidden riflemen but there were I no casualties hood had been scarce The commissary was thinly supplied IIcI for the hard trip Lieutenant Bray grew strangely morose and Indifferent II He waj taciturn almost unfriendly Tu Ills attitude toward every one The little cootP air Stopped tol rest lu II- a beautiful valley beside the banks o a swift stream He watched Jane as I she moved away from the stretcher which held Bansemer following herII to the edge of the stream wb re shojj had come to gaze pensively Into the 1 future 1 How is he he asked She started and a warm glow came Into her cheek 1 He is doing nicely If he can bearjj up until are reach Manila he will sure ly live Are wo going as rapidly as woII should Lieutenant Bray Quite Miss Cable It isnt an easy 1 march you must remember After along silence he suddenly remarked Miss Cable Ive got a rather shameful J confession to make Ive had some very base thoughts to contend with You may have guessed It or not but III care a great deal for you more than for any one else Ive over known You say ho Is to get well For days I wished that he might die Dont look like that please I couldnt help It I went so far at one stage as to contem plate a delay in marching that might have proved fatal to him I thought of that way and others of which I cant tell you Thank God I was man enough to put them away from me Walt please Let me finish You have said you will not marry him I dont ask why you will not I love you Will you be my wife She stared at him with consternation in her eyes He had gone on so rapid ly that she could not check his rapid speech Her land want to her brow and a piteous smile tried to force itselt to her lips I am sorry she said at last I am sorry you have spoken to me of It I have felt for some time that youyou cared for me No Lieutenant Bray I cannot be your wife- I know you love him he said Yes it Is plain I have not triad to icidO It You must understand why I asked you to W my wife knowing that you love him it was to hear it from your own lips to that I would not go through life with the feeling after all that It might have been Will you tell me the reason wliy you cannot marry I him He must love you Lieutenant Bray he would marry ino tomorrow I think If 1 were to con sent It Isnt that It would not be right for me to consent You profesa to love me I have seen it In your eyes oh I have learned much of men In the past few month and I determined If you ever asked me to marry you task a question in return Do you real ly know who I am He looked his surprise Why tho daughter of David Cable of course uNo I am not his daughter His stepdaughter Not even that You come from a proud southern family I do not know who my parents wero good benveu you you dont mean I you were a A waif wIUII Bray This lu not self abasement Iit Is not the parading of ralaEprtuno It 19 because you have made itho mistake of loving me If you care lei for in now than you did before you will spread this information throughout the v- Believe army me I am not that sort Thank you Knowing what you now do could you ask mo to be your wife Dont put it Just that way he stammered flAb I see It was a cruel question 1uGraydonBansemerlovet 1 Some 4y you may find out ajl 0 By George Barr- McCwicheon Author of Beverly of Graustarlc Etc 40 s04p jsc rrnn roms mm oe finppy ron tony have been abducted and ho was saying his fnce white and set Somehow he felt that he was chasten ing himself Terhaps she said quietly I might not have told you this had not the story been printed In every news paper In the States just before I left You see I did not know It until Just a few months ago I thought you might have read of me II am so notori ous Jane dear Jane you must not feel that way he cried as she started quickly nwsy Its But she turned and motioned for him to cease There were tears In her eyes He stood stock still Shes wonderful he said to himself as she walked away Even now I believe I could Pshaw It ought not to make any difference If It wasnt for my family Whats In a name anyway A name He started to answer his own question but halt ed abruptly squared his shoulders and then with true southern military bearing strode away murmuring- A name Is something yes family Is everything lane went at once to Graydon His great gray eyes smiled a glad welI She took his hand in hers and sat upon the ground beside him watching his face until they were to resume the journey Would It not be better If he were to die she found herself wondering with strange Inconstancy to her pur ose Why could IIt noj have ten IIInstead of he How hard It will be for to live after this Dear dear GroyI ItIt I only were different from tmI iot his fathers conduct toward her not a word of blame for the blow his father had struck She held him to no account for the baseness of that father Only did she holdI herself unfit to be his wife Fortune and strength went hand in band for the next two days and the famished wornout company came to the coast The wounded men were half delirious once more for lack of proper attention and the hardships of travel But the 111 wind had spent Its force Brays Instructions were to place his charges on board ship at San Fernando do Union and then await further orders in the little const town It meant goodby to Jane and that meant more to him than he was willing to admit despite all that she had said to him He went to her when the ship was ready to leave port Goodby he said Im more griev ed than I can tell you because I be hove you think I am a cad Lieutenant Bray cad never would have helped me as ou have helpe me In spite of yourse Goodby He went out of her life in that moment There were vexatious delays how ever before sailing Almost at the last moment Jane was approached by Teresa Velasquez now partly dressed asI a Red Croci nurse The Spanish girl was nervous and uneasy Her dark eyes held two ever changing lights one somber the other bright and pierc ing I have decided to wait for the next ship she announced briefly You are not going with us crlod Jane in surprise and distress What has happened It Is impossible I cannot go with you Pray do not ask for my reason Goodby Will you say goodby toto him for me Jane was silent for a long time studying the eyes of the Spanish girl- I think I understand she said nt last taking Teresas hands In hers HIt la better that it be ended here said Teresa I have endured It as long as I enD You have been good to me and I want to say goob while they Is tore tot you In nuy heart I amI afraid to stay net r you and him Dont you see I cannot go on in this wayOh Teresa Ye1 yes l know it is wrong But how ran I help it Ivo loved Ism over since I first saw him saved his life Jane wits astounded The thrust plereI ed her to the quick Saved his life Yes though he does not know It It was when we were pvlionors of the Filipinos My poor brother was dying From the convent Aguiimldo and his men were watching and directing the fight 98 the plaza They paid no at tention to mea girl The noise of too fighting men was terrible and I climb ed up to a window whore I could see Suddenly Lolow me I saw two menI fighting apart from the straggling mass In un instant It flashed tbroug- my uiliid that the Filipino was overpowering the otherwas going to killI him Altuimgh I hated thorn equally there was something in the young sol diers faceI could not soc him mar tiered I seized a pistol that was lyll1 near me und fired The Filipino fell In terror of the deed and fear of dis covoiy I run to my brother In n mo ment the Americans broke into the convent You know the rest Jane was suffering the keenest pangsI of jealousy and asked excitedly Youyou did that And finally when 1 had learned to caro for hint and ha was wounded to have been denied the right of nursing him lug to life my nlace uaurued by you surely 1 nave as muctt to in proud of ns you and I love hima TrentI deal more As touch to he proud of Jane was laying for the moment all the warmth zone from her voice the flame from her checks but her meaning could not have been understood by the other who proudly defiantly tossed Imck her head Beautiful Indeed was this brown skinned black eyed girl as she stood there pleading her rights to nn unre qulted love a heart already tenanted by another and that other the woman before her Now can you Imagine the girl went on how it has hurt ue to see you caring for him to see his eye forever searching for your Nor They were silent n moment A wistful look was in her ves now and tier voice un mistakably reconcilable when she re sumed Ah he was so good and true when I was alone with thembefore- you came I pray God now that ua may be well and that you may make him happy Alas I am afraid that can never be You cannot understand and I can notexplainYour objects because he is poor and a common soldier Yes She laughed bitterly a green light In her eyes If It were I no one could keep me from belonging to him I would Dont Dont say IU You don un derstand Jane reiterated Dlos how I loved him I would have gone through my whole life with him He must have known it too He was true to me said Jane her figure straightening involuntarily a new gleam in her eyes Ah you are lucky senorita I love you and I could hate you so easily1 Go Go Take him with you and give him life Forget mo as I shall forget you both And impulsively taking from round her neck an Agnus Del which she was wearing she placed t- In Janes hands and added Give this to him please and do not forget to tell him that I sent goodby and good luck Jane would have kissed her had not the blazing eyes of the other forbade They merely clasped hands and Te resq turned away lIMy uncle lives In Manila He will take me to Madrid We cannot live here with these pigs of Americans about us she said shortfy A moment later she was lost in the crowd Janes heart was heavy when the ship moved away Her eyes searched through the throng for the slight figure of the girl who had abandoned a lost cause 00 CHAPTER XXVI Bansedmer back to Manila wounded almost t death Colonel II arb I S NX J had her installed reg ularly as a nurse for Banscmer u con cession not willingly grunted Those days were like years to her She wn thin and worn when She came down from the north but she was haggard with anxiety and despair when the two days of suspense were ended Ethel Harbin was her ablest ally This rather lawless young person laid aside the hearts with which she was toying and bent her every endeavor to the cause of romance It was not long before every young officer In the city was more or less Interested In the wel fare of Graydon Bansemer She thre a fine cloak of mystery about the mil llonnlres son and the great devotion of her cousin The youth of the nrmy followed Ethel to and from the haspI tnl for days and days Without Ethel it Is quite doubtful if anybody could kayo known whit u monstrous leper taut personage Private Banaemer real ly was ablee to sit up and converse with his nurse arid the occasional Ethel Dr U chief Always Keeps A Bottle in The louse About ten days before Christmas I got my hand hurt so badly that I had to stop Vork right In tho busy time of the yeart says Sir Milton Wheeler 2100 Morris Avo Birmingham Ala At first I thought I would have to have my hand taken off but someone told me to get a bottle of Sloans Lini meat and that would do the work The Liniment cured my hand and I gladly recommend it to everyone proprietorhl of St James Hotel Corning Ark as s- I My finger was greatly inflamed fro a fish sting and doctors pronounced ittt blood poisoning I used cpveral application of Sloans Liniment flood it cared 1me all right I will always keep bottle of Sloans Liniment in my houseMr J P Evans of Mt Airy Ga snysHAfter being afflicted for three years with rheumatism I used Sloan s Liniment and was cured sound and well and am glad to say I havent been troubled with rheumatism My leg was badly swolen from sinceIto my knee Onehalf n bottle I the pain and swelling outs I orihotvnfairai binHell get well of course Ho cant help It I never knew before what society could do for a fellow HOB got a society nurse and ho Is visited by a society despot Do you think ho will bo able to do any more fighting Will ho bo strong enough I dont see why The government wont lot him do It thats all lie can claim a pension and get out of service with an honorable discharge nnd maybe a medal Hell be strong enough however That follow could go on a hike Inside of a month- I suppose well all be going home before long This war Is about over growled IIarbinWellNo be fighting these fellows for ten years Ah theres your daughter colonel Good day With the first returning strength freed from lassitude and stupor Gray don began whispering Joyous words of love to Jane Ills eyes were bright with the gladness that his pain had brought She checked his weak out bursts at first but before many days had passed she was obliged to resort to a firmness that shocked him Into a resentful silence She was even harsh In her command It cut her to the quick to hurt him but she was steel Ing herself against the future When he was able to walk out In the grounds sho withdrew farther Into the background of their dally life He hungered for her but she began to avoid him with a strange aloofness that brought starvation to his heart While she was ever attentive to his wants her smile lacked the tenderness he had known In the days of danger and her face was strangely somber and white Jane he said to her one day as he came In from his walk and laid down his crutches this cant go on any longer What Is the matter Dont you love menot at all She stood straight and serious be tore him white to the lips her heart ns cold as Ice I love you Graydon with all my soul I shall always love you Please please dont ask any more of me You understand dont you We can not be as we once were never That Is ended But youyou must know that I love yout It is sheer madness dearest to take that attitude What else In the world matters so long as we love onet another I felt at first that I could not ask you to be my wife after what my father did that night That was as silly of me as this Is of you I did not contend long against my love You have never been out of my mind night or dayI was tempted more than once to desert but that was Im terIrlblcBut my father dfil mo a graverII wron Graydou I have all out Nonsense dearest You have saved my life You must save my love Those last fow weeks have knit our lives together so completely that net ther of us has the right to change Gods evident purpose I love you for yourself Jane That Is enough There has not been an instant iIn which I have felt that any circum stance could alter my hope to marry Warneominendearest and It Is not much to be proud of 1 fear In the light of cer tale things You must be my wife gJape I cannot Graydon That is finalII Dontdont plead dear It will not avail Look Into my eyes Dont youI see that I mean It Graydon By heaven Jane your eyes are lying to me You cant mean what iIs back of them Its cruel Its wrong Husk You must not become excited You are far from strong and I am still your nurse Be You are my life you are every riQicuw lone to take this stand Bq sensible Look at It from my point of view There is only one point of view an love has nothing to do with It Come let un talk of something else Havo you heard from your your father Dues ho know youve been Injured HP looked lonsj Into her toiue fare aril their muttered with the sulku d spair of the sick I dont know Ive hall no word from any urn The dispatches have doubtless given your name Om of the fhlrag corre spondents was talking n lion t you re cently Your father 1111tsurely write to you now Are you eager to live him do no I should think youd hate his same cant help caring for dad Jane I tried to curse him l Ict Ill really has been good to me 1 dont see how lie can have done the things they say hes lone There may le a mistake Thats groil of you dear but you forget your mothers statements and all that Rigbyl saysall that Oh Ive gone over atof ire and I am convinced I wonder vlial has become of him He was afraid f I well there was tai of an trrr iitore I left 1 have not looked at it newspaper since I saw t headlines that awful morning God how they must have hurt youII mi ton Jiaxe not looked at a news paper shyer then Gruydon she said simply He smiled wearily and there was respond iu her eyes He took her hand in his anti they 4asat silently side by side on the bench for half nn hour their thoughts tar away but of one another Graydon sho said at last are yo going to remain In the army No I nm through with it My discharge is to bo recommended Im dis abledYou will be as strong as over dear u OYOU want mo to stick to tho TO BECQNTINUED rwr asesil reUmM I all Holiday Presents I Latest Styles In I BRACELETS WATCHES RINGS and NOVELTIEStAt to see us or writ for cabling IICall Wiseman Son W Market St Louisville Ky a ot resemkeomv+ s J 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE u TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending a sketch and description mar quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an 1thfCommanlcotlonlecarluopalenUPatentsrptclat notice without charge in the Scientific BtKrfcan A nandiometr tllottrated weekly Jjireeit cir culation of 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paper If it is not correct please notify us- Whenk ordering a change in the address subscribers should give3 their old as well as the new address IEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1908 Do your Christmas shopping early and avoid the rush Eggs is eggs in Boston They are soiling for SO cents a dozen Wo have pig at our house three times a day morning noon Und night The American Tobacco Qompany seems holy to be the only true friend of the farmer Glad to see these two great factors which mean so much for tho prosperity of tho community getting in touch with each otherT0 hope these pleasant relations will exist for all time The only thing lacking now to bring good times and great prosperity to this county is a good warm rain Judge Henry DoIIaven Moorman had a four column article in Tuesdays QpurierJournal Setting fourth his views on the party law of the Democratic party regarding office holders and candidates for office acting in the capacity of chairman of county committees Ho claims that Tom Moore of this county who was elected chairman of histhecontention to the State Central Committee Judget DeHjvven Mporman 1 gave some excellent advice to aI man and lies wife and their children ttlio were before his court last Saturday The father was arraigned on a charge of insanity and bruI tal treatment of his family The judge discharged the defendant and advised him to go home behave himself treat his wife better with he had been living for thirtyfive years Ho said the whole 111whomcause of nil this trouble was jealousy qnd want of confidence in each Other Ho said it was a deplorable jase and he felt sorry for the wife the children and the husband Idle gossip and carrying news L Gobyborne ho advised make up get in love with each other resolve to treat each other right as man and wife should be honorable and up right to each other and set a good example to your children and your neighbors If you dont do this and you aro brought into this court again the extreme penalty of the law will be enforced the Judge said emphatically We think Judge Moorman is discharging his duties of office alone the right lines He may be criticised by some but he may be assured there are many who commend him for bringing out the real laws of lifethe laws that must be kept to make happy homos L 0 0 CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT o Deer Little Readers The editor of this department was de lighted to hear that you are working for the dollar If you cannot get more than one subscription send it in for it will entitlo uto a membershipat least in helot g Folks Depart ment The oldor this department gets the bettor it will be and we urge eaah of you tp join After the Dollar Contest closes we V intend toopen another contest fir you vhich will be very interesting We hope your Inters to Santa Claus will reach the News office today Best wishes fromThe Assistant Editor First Received For Santa Claus Dear Santa Claus- I want a writing desk a little typewriter too a train that runs by itself a little cooking stove a little dresser My little brother wants a little bible Id like to kiss Santa Claus From- Frederick Epley Dictated by himself Parady on the Tempest We were crowded in the schoolroom Not a soul would dare to speak And you would get a whipping- If you stood upon your feet Tis a fearful thing in winter To walk to school alone Then to find the teacher sitting Warm and cosy on a throne So we studied there in silence For the largest got afraid While the angry teacher howling And such violent laws she made And as thus we sat in silence Each one busy with his books I will whip the teacher shouted As she shook big Tommy Nooks But little Mary whispered As she took her tiny hand Is Tommy on the ocean Or iis Tommy on the land Then we kissed Our little Mary And we studied harder then And teacher cooled her temper As she gave me back my pen Martha Francis Reid- Cloverport Ky r 11 Public Sale I Will offer at Public Sale to the highest and I best bidder at Webster Ky onII Wednesday r December 16th 1908 on the H L Kurtz deceased farm the follow ing Fifteen head of Mare Mules 9 Yearling 4 Two Year Old and 2 Work flules 27 head of jjapd Sheep about 700 bu Corn 30 tons Hay ii I all2rkindsand Kitchen Furniture Terms made known on date of sale J C KURTZ l LLILK1 TAuif 1I T B HENDERSON Now that tho election is overt and the smoke of the battle ha clearedaway let us look and sei31 where we are I am glad there has been quit a good deal written in regard to the religious belief of our President elect and I trust more will be written for I am sure it will resin t in good Now as to Mr Roose volts letter I am surprised at his arguments also surprised at youII Mr Editor for placing it in your II j editorial column as expressive ofc your opinion Ho does not touch the question It is duo I grant that to vote against a man becauseI he differed with you in regard to- the administration of the sacra ments or mode of baptism or any of the nonessentials beLvery unreasonable but Are they to be conpared to the foundation on which our religion rests Jesus Christ this Son of God I think notAs to his standard of qualifica tion he sets up No man will deny for one minute that Bob Ingersal did not posess them and would he argue that it would have been right for tho Christian voter ofI this nation to have elected him I the presidency As to trio action I of the Sonate I am not surprised at any thing they have done or may do for a majority of them owe their seat in that body to brhWho id responsible for a Jew being in the Cabinet Was there ever one in any former Cabinet From my view point the election of a man to the highest office in this nation who does not believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ is no small thing If his contention is truo what naturally follows The Bible that we have been taught to believe is the word of God and true is not for it most assuredly teaches that God promised a Suv vior and quite a lumber of theI prophets foretold his coming Is it a fact that all the teachings of the Old Testament in this matter aro untreAnd the story of his birth in Bethlehem which weI have learned and loved so long is a fable When John the Baptist declared him to be the Son of God ho uttered an untruth What of some of the declarations of Jesusi which ho made during his ministry that I will quote He declared that ho was the Son of God I am the way the truth and theI life no man cometh unto theI Father but by me No man knoweth the Son but the Father neither knowoth any man the Father save the Son and ho toI whomsoever the Son will reveal Him He declared that He wasI the door and he that enterethnot the door but climeth up some other way the same is a thief and a robber I am the resurrectionl and the life he that believeth in riie though he wore dead yet shall ho live Is it possible all those things were uttered by an impostor In that beautiful 14th chapter of St John which has comforted multiplied thou sands of sorrowing ones in whichI ho said Let not your hearts be troubled yea believe in God believe also in mo In my Fathers house are many mansions and I go to prepare ono for you Are allI these promises a delusion- It 1 is also declared in tho 4th chapter and 12th verso of the Acts Neither is there salvation- in any other for there is other name under heaven given among men whereby we must bo savedWhat of tho teaching of St Paul the most wonderful man the world ever know in which ho bases one hope of eternal life on the life death and resurrection of Christ Is it possible that be Peter James and John aro alt false witnesses What are some of the teachings- of St John He declares that Jesus Christ is the propritiation for our sins and not for ours only but for the dins of the whole t epai u lld I 12Ithe 2ndvrsc Who is a liar but he that doniot that Jesus is the Christ and at the 23rd 1Vho3oevordonioth the Son the same hath not the Fathorbut She that acknowledged the SOD I hath the Father also11 Now these things are either true or they are false And if false we are of all men most miserable but if true how con I as a elms tian vote for ono who denies thai they are I affirm with out any hesitancy thoy are true I quote ISt John to substantiate what JI affirm In that sauie epistle 5th chapter and 10th verse He that believeth on the Son hath God the witness in himself no that be lioveth not God hath made him a liar because he believeth not the record that God gave of his Son You take Christ out of the Bible und our religion and you take all I feel sure there will bo some who will say I am a democrat and am smarting under defeat It is truo I am a democrat and that I voted for Mr Bryan with a great deal of satisfaction It is also true that there has not been a day in more than twenty years in which if called on to decide be tween politics nnd religion but that I would take religion I have written from my stand point and I know many good people will differ with mo We dQ not argue as to what is right and consistent With the convic tions I have before I could vote for a man of Mr Tafts belief I would have to renounce the re ligiou I profess and have my name taken from the church register How could I vote for a man who denies ray Lord the only hope I have of eternal life T B Henderson Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply comp exion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sckly Burdock Blood Bitters make tbe blood rich red pure restores perfect health PUBLIC RIDICULE The Time When It Served as Punish ment For Lawbreakers It is the problem of nil ages to mako the punishment lit the crime but they seem to have come nearer Its solution in Plautagenct times than they ever were after the introduction of JoggIng When burglary meant the total ruin of the man who kept his whole for tune In his house the burglar was hanged But in the same period pub- lIc ridicule served as a punishment for most crimes and the man who sold bad meat was placed In tbe pillory and hIs bad meat burned to windward of him the vintner who sold bad wine was forced to drink some of It and tije rest was poured over his head for more serious offenses the criminal had to walk along Cheapslde bareheaded dressed only In a shirt and carrying a wax taper escorted by the mayors sergeantsThe was that law and order were maintained far better than when men became brutalized by tho horrible floggings of Georgian times Punishments became worse with religious persecutions and after the ref ormation the pillory with Its terrible accompaniment of slit cars whippings etc became popular to say nothing of torturing burning at the stake and so on At St Thomas hospital one of the sisters for a grave offense con trarle to ye lawe of God and according to the proffo of three wytnosees was ordered to be punIshed and have xII strypes well laid on But all this bud as It was was less demoralizing than the terrible crimi nal code of George IIs reign when there were fortyeight crimes punish able by death and forty punishable by whipping transportation or pil lory Flogging for mere vagrancy bo gan with Henry VIII and as late as 1804 six women were publicly whip ped at Gloucester for this unavoidable offence And never did public morali ty sink so low In those good old days we flogged our sailormeu to encourage the oth ers and there were many trussed at the triangles who would now be elm 3Ily admonished A pleasant form of punishment was flogging through the fleet It was given to the Ignorant sallormau who struck a superior ofll cer And when he hind been carried from one ship to another and flogged In each be survivedIf bo was unfor tunatefor six months Tho lucky man died accidentally London Chron icle Off His Mind Hnvo you forgotten that X that you borrowed of me some time ago Oh no I still have it In my mind Well dont you think this would be a good time to rellevo your mind of It The sorrow of yesterday is as noth lug that of today Is bearable but that of tomorrow Is gigantic because in 41itlfttKrlpliM l I IhtIGiw 0a 1 THE OLD ORIGINAL SANTAGLAUS 1 c Kalamazoo Mich Dec 7 A D 1908 Mr S J Brown Prop I Home Bakery and Confectionary Cloverport Ky Dear Sir I understand that you have opened up a new place of business in Julian Browns old stand I remember the place very well as I had such a tight scrouge i getting down the small flues last Xmas Now what I want to say is I learn that you are making the finest line of pure hand made candies that was ever put before the public and as I have had so much trouble with my little friends who have eaten my goods these many long years of trouble and exPer- ience have taught me a great lesson in the way of pure candy So I have decided to use nothing but the purist and best and to do this I have decided to mae your place my headquarters and take orders from the mothers and fathers of the good little boys and J girls Also for the BIG BOY for his GIRL You mustii prepare a window for me and have as many to come in leach day as you can and give me their order so we can avoid the rush and everybody get what they want 1 will be there on the Cannon Ball December 10th I and as soon as I get my breakfast I will be afplace and will stay with you Thursday Friday mid Saturday 10th 11th and 12th then I have to aeave you until the 17th I will be back and stay wiiih you the 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd and 24th Dont forget the dates L Yours truly m SANTA CLAUg OFFICE OF I HOME BAKERY and CONFECTIONARY I Wholesale and Retail Manufacture of Pure Hand Made CaR Y Bread Cakes and Pies 1 Cloverport Ky December 8 1908 J IrI Dear Old Santa I f I have your letter of the 7th inst and nJT to reply Must say that I am certainly glad that yju are coming and will make all arrangements for youij I will meet you at the Depot t t With best wishes Iremain Yours truly JS J Brown Prop n You will find OUR Xmas Jewelry Foun tain Pens Combs Brushes Watches Fobs Chains Etc To be the most Complete we have ever shown Severs Drug Co YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to increase in business and nine hour lawII More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior meth ods in practical work under porsonal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions nbso lutely guaranteed graduates Full in formation in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY Dcpt E Owensboro Ky This Is Worth Reading Leo F fcelinski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N Yr says II cured the most annoying cold sore 1 ever had with Bucklenfl Arnica Salvo I appl ed this salve ouce a day for two days when every trace ot the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at Severs drug store 1 Morrison Calhoon dentists office lownstalra 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky I Dies At JLiberty Mrs Frank Kennedyof Liberty Mo died at her home Sunday Dec 0 She was the sister of Mrs Forrest Gilliland of this city The remains arrived at Salem Meade County yesterday for burial D r Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST 0Hke Over CLOVBRPORT BreckrWcellHk KENTUCKY Farm Wanted 1i 1 A from OWNERS M WishIlhoarqulekly TO BUYERS Ira localityNotOWNERS only need answer who are willing to close their own deal direct with BUYER without paying any commission to anyone I urn no agent and accept no commission I wish to con nect my iiuNniiucs OF BUYERS with OWNERS so they can buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some a a a to cntII v r N lowest L Y prlcoII m ImI + COR RENTA furnished room In a rest dence convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News office COR HALE Htundard pas enelne oil and- gasoline BreckenrtdRe News Office I FOR RENTTwo splendid rooms In the building suitable for a small bust ness FUIt SALESeholarsidp In Bowling Green University Bowling Green 1 ycenrldgo News 41 HEATER t and cooker combined stove far News olllco j igIfponon FOIL SALK Ono pair four your old black mules harness and wagon Wm Njn Johnson at EnlliUII Iltchen Cloverport ICy FOR SALEOne pair of ball bear ing 400 skates for 200 Have not been used much News 0i11cct Dr Thomas Electric Oil is the be s remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in ourfamitYforei ht yearsMrs L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y Read This Appropriate Christmas Presents For Men Are Engraved Cards Gift Books- Stationery Printed Engraved Stationery Magazines One Years Subscription To The Breckenridge News Y1 Send your order to The News Officei Cloverport Ky The Correct Time 1 4 to stop a cough or cold is Judtj as soon as it startsthen there Will be ijq danger of pneumonia orconswmptionir Just a few doses of Bollards Horekouad = Syrup taken at the start will stop the cough If it has been running oa for sometime the treatment will te longer but the cure ia sure Sold by A R Fifihir o 9 r1i T i n she tA Reliable I RemedyI Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes 1rotcctsr fromiCatarrh and drives away a Cold in the nridge New- sCATARRI1 i I Head quickly lie II A V FElfEP 11TasteI centsLlyWEDNESDAY DEC 0 1908 1 PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs Wm Hoffious has returned fromI Evansville RobtPIerce was home from Louis vine Sunday Sam Keith has returned home fromI ElizabethtownCandies and fire works at tll l English Kitchen iiJohn D Payne of Webster was iin Cloverport last week Mr anMrs N Neilsoii will go to Chicog this week Oily F Storms of Tell City has been visit G F Storms El r Hofrtous has been ill at his horn n the West End A and Wathen was the guest of Mir Francis Smith Sunday f James Harris and son Edward weito Louisville Monday T adquarters for fresh Oysters ii- bu in at the English Kitchen Brashear has taken rooms in ther s Ins building for the winter I hn Benitz of Pittsburgh Pa was fu is city Sunday and Monday I 1resh oysters prepared in any style fled stewed or raw at English Kitchen a Little Miss Mary Lee Reid has arriv- d at the home of Mr and Mrs Clinton Reid I Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith will move 1 to the Daniel propertyon the hill this weekMr and Mrs W H Harrison of I Medora are visiting relatives at Glen deane Mrs Nannie Ferry went to Louisville i Monday to see Miss Nancy Stark f Dawley i Miss Margaret Skillman has return ed home from a five weeks stay in Louisville v Curtis Coomes and Lee Faith of Owensboro have been the guests of Tom Faith You canget fresh oysters directBaltimore Fresh and sound at the English Kitchen Colin Miller has gone to Owensboro to stay in the office of his father D S Miller who is itIIMr and Mrs Wm Johnson of East land are moving into the Keith proper I EndI Leonard Gregory killed forly nine rabbits while hunting last Wednesday afternoon Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each wetk except wi ek followlt g4th Monday Mrs Robert Polks friends are pleas ed to know she is able to be at her store again after several days of illnessMrs Hugh Atkinson and children re turned to Chicago Saturday after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Bowmer Mrs J C Epley and sons Fredrick Consumption is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to beill the beginning It can always be stoppedin the beginning The trouble is you dont know youve got it you dont believe it you wont believe ittill you are forced to Then it is dangerous Dont be afraid but attend to it quickyou can do it yourself and at home TalIe SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully every way This is sound doctrine what ever you may think or be told and if heeded will save life s Scad thIs aJmtiMMMt together with Ratite efw rtevffckhkapp ar yow address sad few omU to eoV c paetWet aRdcwllHitd Yeaq CwUtt Hwdy Atlas of Ute Werkl awn 01 BOWNE 40t Pearl St Niw V ek a and James Gilmour left Monday morn ing for Calhoun to spend two months with her parents Rev Currie has returned from Battle town Meade county where ho held a meeting which resulted in twentyfour additions to the church Miss Brophgy of Chicago will leave for her home next Tuesday She has given entire satisfaction as trimmer at Mrs Polks store since the first of the seasonOdds and Ends in Wall paper Put up in bundles of 20 single rolls of differ ent colors 40 cents per bundle No less sold at this price Not one half factory cost Come while it lasts at T F Sawyers SUPT SHIPP DIS TINGUISHED1 GUEST Cloverport Pupils Listen Tu An Excellent Address Saturday Morning At The Methodist Churchl Supt Pile Present Little tots jut beginning to say their A B Cs pupils who have recently learned the multiplication tables and High School students listened earnestly to Supt Shipps address Saturday morning It was an excellent discourse on education and made every hearer feel he wanted to drink deeper of the fountain of knowledge The meeting was also signalized by the presence of Supt Joel H Pile of Breckenridge county Supt Pile is doing a splendid work among the schools in this county and his effort- for the educational reform are realizing much good The girl students of Prof Wroesi room rendered most beautifully a chorus under the direction of Mrs Reid Mrs Reid has been highly lauded for giviug so much of her time in teaching the girls to sing- Immediately after the meeting Supt Pile and Supt Shipp left for Balltow- nLarge BIG SPRING Bunch of News Notes From A Live Neighborhood Mr and Mrs H Meyer were in Eliza bethtown And Cecilin last week C C Martin Imd Joe Poote of Garrett hero last week with his machine moving a house and stable himMrs Melville Eskridge has returned to her home at Owensboroafter several days stay withrelatives Mr T C Williams and daughter Maurine of West Point will return home this week Mrs Williams came to see her mother who is improving slowly from her burns Rev Hoskinson will hold services Saturday afternoon December 12 at 230 He desires asmany of his mem bers as can to be there as he will have the roll called Miss Mable Scott and Charlie Crider were in Brandenburg last Thursday Will Miller after spendingtw weeks with his sister Mrs Bady left for Louisville last week Miss Fannie Hardey spent several days last week with Miss Zelma StrotherQuite a lot of tobacco was delivered last week- J D Meador came down from Louis villo for a few days last week looking after his business here J H rfarnad spent last week in Eli zabethtown And Louisville The box supper given by Chas Craycroft and pupils Saturday night was quite a pleasant affair Dr Duncan returned to his home J this week after a two weeks stay Mrs C L Hnrdaway and daughter Miss Fannie sprint Friday with their aunt Mrs Strother I A Quick Dessert Sometimes one Is called upon to make a dessert in n hurry and for this open n can of apricots peaches berries or any fruit at hand Put on to heat and In the meantime mix one pint of prepared flour with one beaten egg and one scant cupful of mill Drop this like dumplings In a stew over the fruit cote closely nnd steam from ten to fifteen minutes Watch the fruit closely ns there Is danger of UK burning while the dumplings are cool Ing Serve the dumplings and fruit to 1 gether with sugar and cream or with a hard sauce NOTICE TAXPAYERS But a few days now remain until all unpaid taxes will be advertised There are no tax warrants under the new law Everyone will be advertised just alike Pay before Dec 20 and avoid all penalties cost etc- Chas May Sr City and School Tax Collector Glowmgneat From Every Ounce ofFuel When the mercury drops out of sight and you just cant keep the house warm youll findit wonderfully convenient to use a- PERFECTION Oil HeaterEquipped with Smokeless Device very lightcarry it aboutheat any cold lItsroom Turn the wick high or IOWTIO dangerno smokeno smell Easily cared for and gives nine hours of cozy comfort at one filling of brass font Finished in rp nickeland japan Every heater warranted J ThejEuM O Sunlight of study Lamp is ideal for the long winter evenings e wont tire your eyes Latest improvedcentral draft burnerMade ol brass nickel plated Every lamp warranted H OilYHeater write our nearest agency for a descriptive circular STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated Teachers Meeting Tho following is a program of tho Teachers Association to be Decs12 The exercises will begin at 10 A jr- Address of welcome Davis Dowell Response G C Garner Briefwritten reports for publi cation will be read by each teacher The report will show concisely the condition of the schools The census enrollment average attendance and school interest will be reported such as parents visiting school Vic Report from the whirlwind campaign Supt Pile Geography Chas Bruington Spelling Geo R Maey Morals manners and tho teach ers part in forming character C a Brock School housekeeping Maude Smith Relieving tho monotony and resting the pupils Pearl Mays United States History G C Garner A few questions asked by a be ginnorsAmos Wood Why failKatherine Hinton My best class and how I handle them and their best subject Fannie Kennedy The first year pupils Percy Macy The teacher at the intermission periods Clara Macy Using opportunities J R Laslie Teachers vacations Virginia Payne Our spelling book J H Pile Paper or addressCoral Whittinghill Wlmtit means to bo a teacher Joe Trent What it means to bo a patron Mrs Tom Gregory Than now and after awhile in schools Rev M P Compton What it means to bo a trustee W T Dowell What it means to be a member of the Board of Education J Whitworth School Improvement Leagues Willie Chambliss Teaching as a profession i Verbal McMullon Ethics of Literature Mrs Peako of Kingswood Address Dr Mather Everybody invited especially are trustees and patrons urged to be present Joel H Pile A Hearty Appetite- is what most babies have but it is o- no benefit to them if they have worms Be sure your baby is not troubled with them Suva symptoms always hungry rings under the eyes not gaining in weight and yellow complexion A few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge will expel all worms Itiis a positive cure and reliable Price 25 cents per bottle Sold hy A R Fisher I r I XMAS 6 ODSII I Fruits a J IJI I 11Catldies f Toys t Novelties J Candles 712 cents to per pound Fancy 100II Oysters and Celery See Our IOc Your P3tr0l1n p rcl CounterII J CL Sippel J t r J DR W M CASPER DENTISTAt Thursday MEMBERS Of 1 lie Childrens Department Of The Breckenridge News Mary McGavock Mary Owen Oelse Katherine McGovern Eudaley Currie Grace Pauley Helen D Miller Henry Babbage M W Miller Willie Weed mnn Mary Hughes Rozina Rowland Louise Lewis Frances McMullen Theresa Rowland Forrest Dryden Wentherholt Nome Beatty J E Miller David Owen Hall Virgil O Bowlds AgnetA Mattingly Clifton Fort Virginia Haffls Marion D Sea ton Pauline Hawkiua Martha Reed 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 ordjr now for Xmas Candy is like Dread its better when its fresh Home Bakery Both stores S J Brown Prop HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber i and 15- Home Seekers Rates To the West and South Westfirstand third Tuesdays via L H St L McQUADY- Mrs Eskridge of Falls of Rough was the guest of G W Eskridge last week Lonnie T Mingus while out bird hunting with Winright Lyons last Thursday was seriously shot in the leg Frank Lyons went to Louisville Sun day to see Hon Tice Jolly at the city hospital f Mrs Thomas fableton died Nov 28 after a lingering Illness The remains were interred at Tarfork Monday Wm Gilbert of Stephensport and Dan Burkot Jolt wete here Saturday MY1AYVrMMhYt MAMYYyMCV1AN1AMiiAAdYM 1 Only 15 days more till ii- ChristmasI i IIWe will be ready to show you a big lot of Holiday Goods nr r The end of this week Do your shopping early and avoid the rush 1 I Delays cause disappointment 1 I JIt I 9 CLOVERPORT KYIfriA1MMMM1111A V1Aitl kA YM llMla 1rAAftAJ I T Ju 10 le 101 JIQ Gregory S Co 0 Dealers InI Building Material of All Kinds o 0s We wish to announce r the public that we are still doinjPbusiness at the same place and under the saute name i The managomentbeing conducted by the Junior in eii 1 ber of the jinn 3 LS M Lewis who its a buildero has had a practical experience of SO years in all class 0 es and kinds of buildings which makes him compe tent to live the formation of the rcQuiremcnts necled in the ooiistiuotion of all kinds of buildings rich will be freely and cheerfully given to any clad allart any and all UnteeRemember us Ui o 0 Gregory Company j Qle 101 + II 101 JIQJ I I I ilr ms r J11 I IIfII I t Electrical Boat Boiler Foundry and MachineII Wo carry a full lino of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Machine Co i i v m You CanIlive like lords tand have good home made bread and kiss cakes cookies equal to andIthat mother used to if you will use GOLD DUST CADIClSIThere is no flourlisit of good and Try Cadicks IunIFlour and you isfied to keel on using it fmd Cadick Milling CoGrandview aIl mJfIIID1I1DlDrmma CustomerAlways Cloverport FoundryI BANK O- FCLOVER PORT Incorporated 1903 O CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative s f Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in iluenco Interest pnidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT ICYw N1LI+ f NS HORSESHOWFASHIOThe a F Few Fortunate Beholders 4 DU MAURIER HAT EFFECTS New York Belles Wear Beauty Spots Revived From Marie Antoinettes Day Semiempiredirectolre Modes alReign Supreme at the Garden My Dear ElsaSo you thought the horse show wasnt worth coming on for this year Dick wrote you thered IHJ another social frost did he Well there were many such Rich ttonds In tho field with like dolorous prognostications but I counted upon your sporting blood making you risk a lighting chance As usual all signs tailed for Society spelled with a big S took tho bit In Its mouth and bolted for Madison Square Garden In fine form Horsy Yes dear but then you know Ive been Inhaling tanbark dreaming hackneys cobs roadsters and jumpers for five blissful days and theyve got on my vocabulary But It was great to seo the old enthusiasm displayed once more not only In the thug but among the crowds around the oval In tho boxes and the seats One net during thd week at the show every one one knew and a few hun alpmitylanesbut toy dear there are personaieII TtnS lost bqgle has been tries In thfl ring the old Gardens for I Bale and the swan song of the Off tional horse show In Its present quar ters sung Arent you sorry you miss ed the music i The Decorations were charming this year American flags draped the walls near the ceiling and below these pa triotic emblems were festoons oj white cloth caught up with rosettes of hunt ing pink alternating with branches of autumn leaves I never liked the old Jtrlmmlngs of yellow and black bill you1 They mado me feel like a spec tator at a Princeton football game with the gridiron and the yells left Sut And speaking of lifting up ones voice there was deafening applause when Mrs Watson Thursday after noon drove her celebrated team Lady Baltimore and Maryland in the mail phaeton class to victory and another blue ribbon The baud played Dixie and Maryland My Maryland and as this you know Is my native state the compliment seemed partly mine I11 was convinced that things were as they should be for my spine shiv ered and this Is a psychological fact that ones artistic temperament Is all right If you dont get the shivers whon you listen to beautifulI or In spiring music or rend a lovely poem or look at a superb painting or a superb equine specimen the gates of art arc closed to you forever DM I get the shivers over the clothes you ask 1 did my dear I did Indeed I might enlarge upon the statement and say I got a shock when gazing at a stunning creature artistically holding up her trailing sheath skirt and displaying thereby a sheath stocking No Its not a Joke Sheath hosierys the latest from Paris and this girl was a pioneer I have learned since that these unique foot coverings are slit up In front ns well as at the side The open space Is two Inches wide at the top and graduated to a quarter of an loch at the foot laced with a half inch black ribbon This ribbon Is finished with a large Oat bow at the top Shocking positively shocking eh Should you ask me to make a summary of the dress situation at the show I would say leading color dull amethyst fur white fox flower gar I TUB SHEATH STOCKING deiili Uusati factory Well to lit mol explicit Ith gowns for the most part were in duk colors both in the afternoon sad fiiug Of course you know that iu ti morning nothing but the strictly talored cloth suit is ever permissible But the dark frocks had nothiii of gloom about them for uum birlivs rows of buttons embroidered JewilPdaiut bedizened in various ways gave a festive touch But these tame buttons contributed a comedy par to sumo very remarkable costumes Worn by women with right modlstif Ideas gone horribly wrong Yes In deed the horse show proved conclu sively to my mind that the semi empire dlrectolro period has arrived HIpless coats and gowns were numer ous on tho promenade and although is pdGJai many of the gowns wore elaborate ere ntlons few of them could be called I onorIpicturesque gown be seen and when seen one was filled with tho Pharisaical sentiment Thank God I am not one of them I and a feeling of gratitude for dlrcctolrc styles and the biggest of hats stole over one And that Is saying a whole lot for the hats Despite the latest in formation from over the water pro dieting the small chapeau one saw nothing of this chic thing at the Gar den last week Hats so huge were the rule that they sat all over the head and nestled confidingly on the shoul ders of the wearers The Russian turban was very much In evidence and Mrs Itcggic Vanderbilt one after noon appeared in n Persian lamb tur ban so large that it almost hid her piquant face These Du Maurler hat effects shadowing the face as they do are really grewsome affairs That day she wore a dlrcctolrc coat of the same dark fur over a white broadcloth frock one of the few light costumes seen in the boxes nut the funniest things of all wpre the beauty spots some of the vonipn were wearing op their faces These spots have como in with tho other French fashions andI are as you know revived from Marie Antoinettes time The twentieth con Jury girls call them the telegraphy of 1 A STUDY IN MUTTONS the face and they are placed to em phasize a good pointmouth forehead dimple or what you arc fortunate ouough to possess In the way of facial lovelinessYou Mrs Van S always goes a style one better She has n mole on her face that has always been the pride of her life so when the patch became the thing this lady simply en larged upon her mole and left the court plaster or velvet beauty spot severely alone- Saturday after the show our bunch were having tea at Sherrys with Mrs Van S as chaperon While sitting at table a drop of water from some flow ers that were handed to her fell upon her cheek She took out her handker chief and daintily wiped the spot But alas forgetting the enlarged mole she wiped It off too and gave away the secret of Its origin A few minutes later she excused herself and returned with the mole once more iu Its original shape and sizethat is to say the original size it had been paint ed MornIStick to the old time meth od Ever most sincerely yoursMABEL Now York Chartreuse of Chicken Chop enough chicken to nil a cup twice add half a cup of lean ham chopped and half a cup of breadcrumbs taken from the center of a choppedIber fine salt andpickle chopped paprika to taste two eggs beaten until well mixed and about a cup of well seasoned and flavored soup stock When well mixed press the mixture into a well buttered melon mold baying an open spate at the top as the mixture will rise in cooking Cook nearly one hour setting in a pan of hot water in the oven or steam lug in a kettle When done turn from the mold and surround with hot string beans or ixns cooked and dressed with salt pepper mid butter To serve cold cut in thin slices Dont Be Hopeless about yourself when youre crippled item rheumatism or stiff joints of course youve tried lots of things and they failed Try Ballars Snow Lini mentit will drive away all aches pains an stiffness and lleave you us well as you ever were Sold by A It Fisher KiiLTIiE COUCH AND CURE THE LUGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR fooOLDS ficoANDGVAEANTEED 8ATIBFAOTOR OR MONEY BEXTOTDBD vJll THE STITCH I11rN TIME Yuletide Gifts One Can Make at Her Leisure EMBROIDERY SILK CASE A Comfortable Possession For the Wo man Careless With Her Skeins of SilkCouch Cushion That Is a Llttln Out of tho Ordinary The case shown here Is nn Ideal re ceptaclo for embroidery silks In It they remain smooth straight and clean In the book are sheets of plain paper Each skein Is laid be tween them Cut two pieces of linen 11 by 4 inches Place the design in the centerL of one of the pieces with a piece of carbon paper under it Draw around the design The embroidering is done in a plain solid Kensington stitch Next cut two pieces of pasteboard 8 by 2V Inches Cover these with the pieces of linen turning the material1 back over tho edges and sew it back and forth from side to side In the center of the long edge of each piece sow a piece of half inch satin ribbon for the fastening Cut two pieces of plain white paper 7 by 1 Inches Paste these pieces firmly over the wrong side of the covers for a finish Lay the covers wrong sides together and overhand them neatly down the backTo make the inside of the case cut three pieces of plain white paper 7V4 I I III CASE COR EMUItOIDEllY SILKS by HVi inches Fold one sheet of the paper exactly In the middle the fold being of the seven and a half inch length Fold each half over again bringing the outside edge of each half over until it touches the center fold Repeat this folding on the other two sheets and put the center fold of each sheet together one over the other Put these folds against the overhand Ing down the center of the case and sew through all This forms six little pockets In which to put the skeins of silkIt would be a pleasing Idea to put a skein of silk in each pocket before sending It to a friend as a Christmas gift Applique Couch Cushion A method of work which produces the same bold effects as those of the stencil but with greater richness and effectiveness Is that of applique The use of one fabric upon another with outlines and small details of design brought out by embroidery Is peculiarly pleasing In Its results and a method which has heretofore not been thoroughly appreciated by art needle workers The principall object In these simple designs Is the obtaining of good restful limes with broad erects in col or and mast which are not handicap ped with too mach detail Applique Iis well suited to Ithis purpose and Is very easily dune AH that Is necessary Is to cut out the design and after carefully basting1 It in place make It secure hy 11 couching stitch about the edge Till outlines of the design are then worked In outline stitch sad the small details in satin stitch as required The seed pod design llhiHtrnt IX SliKU lOD DEfciON ed la so Hlniple that almost any wom an accustomed l to art needlework could cut her own pattern bub craftsman shops however soil ttitQdQalgns for those who cannot make their own for the seed pod cushion A gmt green canvas could bo chosen and the pods could be cut from golden linen with tho seeds done In a brilliant peacock blue This would give a sharp color contrast to the pillow The couching and outlining are dons In rich golden brown flow r r i I FFhe Bank of Hardinstmrg and Trust Company J B F BEARDPresident M1 II BEARD Caslnor+ PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 9 3 per cent on time more Three per cent much as the best banks in this state pay and as much any bank 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IirIIIIjI c 1 This woman says that sick women should not fail to try VegetableCompound Mrs A Gregory of 2355 Lawrence St Denver CoL writes to Mrs PinkhamI practically an invalid for six ears on account of female troubles I underwent an operation by tho doctors advico but in a few months I I adI t perfecthealthmany years Any woman suffering as I did with backache bearingdown pains and periodic patnsshould notfail to uso Lydia E Pfnkhams Vegetable Compound FACTS FOR SICK WOMENf 4 For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots mid herbs has been the standard jremedy for female ills- andhasPo tively ourcdthousandsot- women vJio have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fiWijid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdoytt feeling flatulency indiges tiondl ess or nervous prostratIon Why 1nt you try it Mrs PInkham Invites all sick womcA to write her for advice She rfcs guided thousands to healtlX Address Lynn Mass ISTLESS READING The iy to Correct This Fault anil Get Beneficial Results R ng can be made a much great j whoj1 wb keen sense of satisfaction some i pe a read the newspapers Do you w v to know the secret of their abll itVoQ extract enjoyment in this way w 11i you have probably noticed that tK so who can so rivet their attention tmhe printed page are tho ones who V ake it a point to talk about what incy have read ghat is the secret Try It Read ething then tell somo ono aboutj e sjDo this with books as well as with f fit telftrinrapers Soon you will notice that IM tJreading a story you fix in your mind the things you want to relate You get the writers point of view then you fix upon tho points ho has pro seated At the beginning your story tolling will lack the completeness of the story as written and you will notice that your shortcomings In this direction are due to listless reading This will correct itself Just to tho extent of your ambition to become a reader for all there is In reading I have given this bit of advice before and have been thanked many times by those who followed my directions Try It and mark the results Exchange DEEP SEA DIVING A Descent of Thirty Fathoms Marks the Limit of Safety The depth to which a diver can descend Is limited by his jfowcr for with standing tho pressure of the water Apparently a descent of thirty fathoms 180 feet of water marks the limit of safety for even a few divers who possess the necessary physical fitness in combination with a disregard for danger beyond the average Records in deep sea diving have to be accepted with tho proverbial grain of salt It has been claimed that a diver reached thirtythree fathoms and a half while engaged in salvage operations recently on the west coast of South America and yet again another p diver working on the same wreck la reported to have brought up three bars of copper from a depth of forty fathoms at the expense of his life = An expert who has superintended n largo number of diving operations has found that very few men whatever their build aro capable of combating the severe strain which is brought to bear upon their physical energies for a few minutes at a depth of twenty or thirty fathoms Many of his divers dared not venture below ten fathoms Of 352 divers employed at greater depths thirty were seriously injured and the result was fatal in ten in stances Harpers Manufacturing Chords How Is your daughter getting on Splendidly Shes busy Just now at Beethovens works What is Itone of those pottery f placesBoston Transcript It Surely Does Bacon Tho flea Is a coward It never comes up to the scratch Egbert Well it comes up to tho place where tho scratch Is going to bean right Yonkers an Riches serve a wise man but com mand n fool German Proverb Teacher Johnny can you toll me Where the north polo is Small Johnny Yes maam Its at the top of the mnpChicago News lf f r i MR TAFT DOES THINGS One Incident That Shows the Quality of the Man This incident affords perhaps as good an Insight Into the psychology of Mr Taft as any that could be cited It Il lustrates the way Mr Taft does things the way he works and tho way he plays for when he plays he plays as hard and zestfully as he works With him tho thing Is to do it Accomplish ment Is ever his aim It happened while Mr Taft was on the sea bound for Manila to open the Philippine as sembly The narrator watched the pro ceedings at closo range Three men stood between decks on tho steamship away up In the eyes of the ship and contemplated a bole ten feet above their heads A narrow iron ladder led perpendicularly to the deck The circumference of the hole seemed to ap proximate that of a sugar barrel One of the men Ambassador OBrien bound for Tokyo was tall and spare lean and sinewy The second Judge Thomas Burke of Seattle was short and rotund The third Mr Taft was larger and heavier than the other two put together It would be easier for the camel to go through the needles eye Mr Secretary than for you to get through that hole bantered Judge Burke I wouldnt like to try that climb Ill confess said the ambassador Well I dont know rejoined the 2S5 pound secretary of war It looks like a tough proposition For a moment the throe turned asldo to examine something to which their attention was directed Unregarded Mr Taft stopped to the foot of the lad der and observed It contemplatively One might have deduced from his man ner that his thoughts ran something like this Thats a hard climb and that hole looks smaller than my body but those follows dont believe that I can climb up that laddor and got through the hole I believe I can Im going to try it Before he was spied Mr Taft had half scaled the ladder Ambassador OBrien and Judge Burke despite their lessor weight expressed In their faces an approximation of dismay whop they saw what the secretary was about Youll never make It better come back advised the ambassador Look out the ladder doesnt break cautioned Judge Burke Round after round the secretary progressed until his body was halfway out of the hole When the circumference of his girth camo into conjunction with the cir cumference of the hole it was a toss up for a minute which would win But Mr Tuft proved that he had an elastic waist line which won over the un yielding limits of the hole But It was a struggle Ho stuck to It grimly and doggedly The lifting of 285 pounds of dead weight by the muscles of the arms Is a task that would tax the strength of a far lighter man A final heave and Mr Taft hopped upon the deck as lightly as a boy He was smiling all over He had won The passengers who had watched gave him a cheer Ho would have stayed In the hole and fought it out for an hour rather than retreat That Is Taft NEGRO AND DEMOCRACY Would Be Suicidal For Colored Men to Vote For Bryan One of the greatest nogroes this country has known a tender of his race and lie honored confidant Oil President Grunt and Secretary Fish recently said It would be suicidal for colored mon to vote for Bryan They have nothing to hope for from tho Democratic party which has dla franclilsud theta in tho south and which professes to regard them as unfit for tho ballot nnywhoro The only chance for the negro Is with the Republican party and Iit will be a sad day for the negro when a Republican president rill bo elected without thr votes of negroes having holped t place him In power In view of tile fact that Bryan him self has approved negro disfranchisement In the south there can be no doubt of his attitude should he bo elected to the presidency while the southern Democrats would regard northern negro votes for their candi dates as an Indorsement by the negro race of southern treatment of the no groIt Is Impossible to believe that any negro who has studied Intelligently tho history of his race will go into the voting booth and cast a ballot In favor of Bryan and against Taft and Sher man the Republican candidates tht candidates of the party which opened the door of hope to the colored man which gave him the ballot and safeguards him In its use in every state in which Republicans rule- Democracy Divided Thomas L Hlsgcn Hearst candidate for the presidency looks for tho election of Taft and then a new alignment of political parties Mr Hisgon saysIlitItIeoated for a third time there is bound to bo a now alignment of tho people and tho Democratic party will disIn tegrate The Republicans will get somo ot those former Democrats and the independence league will get moro of them Tho campaign of 1012 will bp ought out by a different set of political parties from those now in the field Bryans great handicap in running for the presidency Is that hecannot pin away from his record The wind hloweth where It Illstctb So does William Jennings Bryan It is a way they both have Zf 44c J HEMORRHOiDS SORES AND ECZEMA Accompanied by Terrible Itching A Complicated and Most Distress ing CaseWellknown Remedies Failed to CureDoctor Thought an Operation NecessaryThen CUTICURA PROVED ITS WONDERFUL EFFICACY flI am now eighty years old and ono morning three years ago I was taken with a hard pain In my right side In two days I had an attack of piles protrudingThean ointment for them which helped mo somo but I had to keep using them all the time Then I changed to the p remedy but if I did not use it everyday I would worse Tho doctor said tho only help for me was to go to a hospital and be operated on At this time about a year ago I went to using the S remedies I tried them for four or five months but did not got much help for my piles During this time sores would como on a fleshy part of my body They bothered mo all the time I would got ono healed and another would como Those sores changed to eczema accompanied by a terrible itching It seemed as if I could not keep my hands from tearing my lloeh This and tho pile trouble brought on an inflamed condition Then I got tho Cuticura Remedies I waahed the affected parts with Cuticura Soap and warm water in the morning at noon and at night then used Cuti cura Ointment on tho irritated sur faces and injected a quantity of Cuti cura Ointment with a Cuticura Sup pository Syringe I also took Cuti cura Resolvent Pills three times a day It took a month of this treatment to andthenmonths and after that onto or twice a week It is fortunate that I used Cuti cura Tho treatments I had tried took a lot of money that I would have saved by using Cuticura Remedies sooner but I am wiser now I am supplied with a full set of the Cuticura Remedies and would not feel sale without them J H Henderson I1opklnton St Law ronco Co N Y Apr 20 1007 Complete nxtertwl and internal Treatment for Every Humor ot Infants ChtklreqandAdultacon 8IIta of Cutleum Soap 641 to Ctaon the 8kln- ClItleurt Ointment Mr to IItl the Skin anti of Chocolate coatedliliszepervkleteetoPun Jbe Wood ails the Cuticura eupoalwry Sw1B JIIe sold UlJQlltrhout the world Potter Drug b CbemCoIIt Dole Props 0aaton lies acUatted Free Cuttwm Book on Skin DIMMM You should always remember that most cough and cold cures lire con ti pating Yet the most important thing to do when you havt a cold is to move the bowels You cannot promptly cure a cold until you do this Kennedys Laxative Cough 83 rnp tops the cough by allaying inflammation t f the throat and lungs mud it drives the cold from the system by gentl moving the bowels Children like it for it tastes neatly as god as maple sugar Sold bynIl drupgiits A CHINESE STORY The Noted Liar Who Had a Fairly Competent Spouse- A noted liar once told a friend that he had at home three precious things a bullock which could run 500 miles a day a fowl which crowed at the begin ning of each watch day and night and a dog that could read books The friend intimated that ho would lose no time in seeing thoso marvels with his own eyes The man did not expect this us his house was somewhat distant so he went home and told his wife that ho had got caught ut last and that tomor row tho man would arrive and he would bo disgraced Never mind said the spouse Leave that to me it will bo all right only you must keep out of sight Next morning the visitor arrived and being mot by the mistress asked where her husband was He has gone to Pakin she replied When will he lie back In eight or nine days Why how can he be so quick lie has gone off on our fast bullock and so can do it easily I hear you have also a wonderful fowl said the visitor And behold as bo was speaking a small cock crew Thats It said the wife He crows at the beginning of each watch and also when a visitor arrives- I would also like to see the learned dog he said Ah said she I am sorry but you see we are very poor and so he keeps a school in the cltyScrap Book Left Him In Doubt A certain young artist In New York who Is on terms of comparative Inti macy with the Janitor of the apartment house wherein be maintains his studio Is In some doubt whether the said Janitor Is a cynic or something ot an art critic or both One day while doing a bit of repair work In the studio says the painter Mike scrutinized a bit of my work with ominous solemnity When I indi cated a portrait of myself the blow fell Said is The paint on this Is badly cracked which spoils the likeness1 I With no more expression In his countenance than is to be seen in the face of n representative of Buddha Mike replied Not at all sir- Training Canaries In the canary breeding establish ments of Germany only the male birds are valued because tho females never sing The method of training the birds to slog is to put them In a room where there Is an automatic whistle which they all strive to imitate The breeder it listens to the efforts of the birds and j picks out the most apt pupils which are then placed In another room for further instruction These are the best singers and ultimately fetch high I t l + ft RndDonmmunrnDrnmII IIR D A Christmas Suggestion LI i HThe Best Christmas Present that can be- D given a friend or relative is their home paper 0ii Allow us to suggest that a years subscription LIto the News memoranEIciiwho gives five subscriptions to the NevsD DDBDDDDDnannnnnnnnnnn flflflnrnnnnnnWhat is a cold in the htad Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Elys Crenin Balm Neglected the cold may grow into catarrh and the airpa SHges be so inflamed that you have to fight tot every breath It is true that eli ys Cream Bunt maters catarrh promptly But you know the old saying about the ounce of prevCn ton Tharalora use Creiim Halm when the cold in the head shows tee ifI All druggists 500 or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York CRANBERRY HINTS The Least Understood and Oftenest Abused Domestic Fruit Tho cranberry IBl the least under stood and tho utmost abused of any of our domestic fruits Comparatively fow know its possibilities Quite as tow know how to prepare It In palata ble form The expression Is common You need a barrel of sugar for a barrol of cranberries This is not true i It Is not a sugar consumer compared I fruitsI the test they will I le88Ia quart of any other kind of berry and If properly made will bagand toothsome A barrel of sugar will sweeten more than three barrels of cranberries A cranberry shortcake i will compare favorably with u straw berry shortcake Eaton raw they are a laxative and liver tonic and like the olive one etui cultivate a fondness for thorn i Cranberries are keepers like the ap plo and like apples require a cool dry place It Is economy to buy good IroniorIgranite Do not cover with cold water and allow to simmer steep and stew over slow fire This makes tough skins pale sickly pink or dark dull red color and gives acrid flavor Use boiling water cook rapidly and not longFor a good sauce to ono quart of clean cranberries add one pint grams lated sugar one pint of boiling water Place Immediately over brisk fire stirring enough to mix sugar with wa ter and coat berries Cover as soon as berries bean to swell und pop Stand by and mash until every berry Is broken Keep them boiling during this operation By the time berries are all mashed or have boiled fifteen minutes remove from stove timid turn Into china or earthen ware dish When cold the result should be a beautiful rich red Jelled sauce Glass Toys Glass toys arc the latest for bnblesIThey are intended to replace old painted articles that baby would put into his mouth and consequently run serious danger of lead poisoning But to the onlookecr It would seem OH though death by glass were little pref erable to death from paint and that baby is quite as likely to endanger his life through breakage of his toy as he Is by sucking It Broadly this Is true but the glass of which playthings are made is so heavy that It takes a regular Sandow of a young one to hold them The object of thickness Is of course to lessen the danger of breakage but oven the strongest can chip at the edge and a splinter Is capable of doing a good deal ofdamageAs of fact only the babies of the rich are likely to bo protected in this doubtful fashion for the toys mado of glass are by no means inex pensive The healthy youngsters of ordinary families will have to thrive upon wood and paint as did their for bears Chocolate Creams Bon for five minutes half n cupful of cream and two cupfuls of grann lated sugar Set dish in another dish of cold water and stir until the cream IB hard enough to make Into balls Flavor first with vanlUa Melt chocolate and dip ball Into It r c iE H 01 LI iIII I Two States Bank I I Stephpnport ICy at the Close of iiiuiiiiis June 30 1908 I 1 Resources Liabilities = = tI I Loans and Discounts 173396 63 ffm 00Cflri 77718Casht i WfJ wBankingr I II 45Currente1Furniture ISix Months 959 53 ITotal Tmaaalii TOUI I90323 72 = 1 t I 1mIt business We have endeavored to keep uitr t t tsar provid gm ing for our depositors every wifeguard knW iicfr pltedium and security Our funds are guarded by a mo nir end I proof safe and insurance Iis carried to cover lo ot by vi ier firemor robbery We pay 4 per cent iuterei on linie C tej Mt8 i M more than any other bank in Breckeurid e CUIIP am We believe in paying our patrons all +ve can for the use rf their money The late disasterous bank failures nif lieooiisrrittH ii- it I is not the oldest and largest bank that is the 41fot wv tike thatIopportunity to thank our customers whose p iir has make this the largest and best statement in nu n r veer i business Respectfully IJNOS ADAiR Cashier Iltirteftijj mmm mamiumimmS Sm I Her Heart Was Broken because hr complexion was bad and she could find nothing to tltr it up Ladies a bd complexion is caused by an inactive liver An inactive liver will be put in perfect condition by tak ing Bdlirds Herbne The unequalled liver regulator Sold by A R Fisher Wedding Ring Mottoes The custom of inscribing within tho hoop of the betrothal or wedding ring a motto or posy as It was called was formerly very prevalent Hamlet asks Is this a prologue or the posy of n ring Some posies were very ten der and beautiful Among the more appropriate posies may be mentioned Deux corps un coeur My heart and t until I die and I am yours from slxteccntli century rings Love ever Love true tis Joy and Time Icssenoth not my love from the seven teenth century Love me My soul will keep thine company to heaven and En ma fldelltc Je finlral ma vie from the eighteenth In the ring which Florizel afterward George IV gave to the hapless Perdita were the words Je change quen mourantUnalterable- to my Perdlta through life A Finland Festival Paul Walnemans A Summer Tour In Finland contains this pretty bit of j folklore Midsummer is the great annual festival of Finland From every height a bonfire leaps to the sky honor of the mating of night and InII who are then united The Finns sees a poetical legend relating to this annual custom Kolt and Amarlk tbo sunset and sunrise beseeched the lord of the sky to give them permission to be eternally a bride and bridegroom and once a year to clasp each other in their glowing arms A Lesson From Nature Young gentlemen lectured the em inent Instructor you are old enough now to put away the childish and trlv sal amusements that sufficed for you when you were younger Learn a les son from the dumb brutes and even from the reptiles When they arrive at maturity they comport themselves with a certain dignity ft Isnt so with the rattlesnake professor objected the young man with the bad eye The older be grows the more rattles be plays with Chicago I Tribune t MONOMANIACS ARE MANY We Meet Them In Our Daily Life Sbjs Student of Insanity In my Judgment says a student of insanity there are hundred of peo pie walking the streets of all the bib cities today who are hwano upon somo ono topic and who only need u reference to It In conversation or oth erwise to throw them Into a severe irrational tantrum and my cxporlimet satisfies mo that tho asylums aro crowded with persons who appear to be the most reasonable beings on earth until their attention is directed j disturbsjthem dangerous subjects The most striking incident of this kind that has ever como under my ob serration occurred when some yeas ago I was visiting an asylum in Edin burgh I was introduced to a patient who had been a physician He was intelligent and I had a long conversa tion with him on general topics without the slightest knowledge on my part that he was a patient When bidding him adieu I remarked that we Were likely to havo a beautiful moonlight night In a second his whole demeanor changed Instead of being a cultured amicable gentleman ho be came a raving maniac and was quickly seized by several attendants My simple allusion to time moon had 1ono- the whole business It seems that tills doctor who had a large practice at ono time had become enamored of n study of astron omy and had for some years been en deavoring to invent a telescope which would enable him to get an interior tow of the moon He became crazy on that subject His case was held to bo incurablcCinclnnatl Enquirer Every case of backache weak back bladder inflammation and rheumatic pains is da gerous if neglected for such troubles are nearly always due to weak kidneys Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They ore antiseptic and soothe pain quickly Insist unon DQli IIt1Witts Kidn y and Bladder Pills For weak kidneys and inflammation Qf the bladder they are unequaled Regular size SOc Iold here by all1ru istsfSubscribe for The News a I LJL t I 1 I QfJL eh 42L I r 11 True Tales of the Plains j By BUFFALO BILL Illustrated by ParlccrtlWe will publish the life story of the of greatest scout who ever lived relating in vivid language his experiences following the trail and fighting the Indian describing many of the most important engagements of the United States troops in their long j contest against the redman for the mastery of the plains ocr ow 2OO 200 News and Daily Courier= Journal Both For 200 The Breckenridgo News is able to make the very best clubbing rv offer of its history in a clubbing arrangement with thu Daily Courier Journal Wo will send the Daily CourierJournal and the Brecken ridgo News both for six months for 200 Cash This offer is good only for a short time Sub scribe Now Get advantage of this low offer 200a- l 200l II r 1 Young Folks j HINDOO JUGGLING Wonderful Feats of Balancing Per 4 formed by an Acrobat The Hindoo jugglers and acrobat- are the most skillful in the world and we are always hearing new stories of them says the Chicago News One of the latest stories Is about a performer who went through many wonderful I feats perched on top of a single barn boo stick about fifteen feet In height The top of the stick was tied to a girdle around his waist and a leg restt was provided by a cushion a few fee t down the pole Perched on this slen del stick he hopped and danced I around in the liveliest way accompanied by the tapping of a drum Itt would be considered a skillful feat toI walk about with case on a pair of stilts fifteen feet In height but thisI Hindoo showed a marvelous power of equilibrium on a single stick He did other things even more won derful For example he balanced a light stick on his nose and a heavy one on his chin and then threw the heavy one Into the nil with his head and caught it on the end of the light one While balancing the two sticks thus end on end ho made one revolve In one direction and the other in an other direction Another feat was to place his bind on a flat circular stone throw his feet up into the air and bal ance n stick on each of them at the same time revolving rapidly on tho pivot made by his arm and the stone Whos Who v n Youths Companion Writing Games When you are tired of romping play story teller All agree upon a title to the story Each writes a few lines turns down and passes It to his neIgh- bor telling him the last word So on- t goes around the circle when the last one reads the story Have you ever tried this Each a letter beginning with the first letter of the alphabet and writes a line In any meter chosen all the words witch must begin with that letter A The papers are pressed and the next in turn writes a line beginning every word with B to rhyme Every two lines should rhyme and the game kept up as long as possible The critic is played thus Each writes the name of n book turns down the slip and passes it to his neighbor who writes a second title then the authors name is written and then n review HALF SLEEP 1BEAUTYS Cultivatejear that there are no orcrlean women In existence or If there be such they arc well satisfied with their angles While fashion frown heavily upon mustsadmit that a large percentage of fetnl nlnlty past thirty Is nIghilng to retain youthful contours there do exist wo men who would undergo tortures In 1order to exchange their sharp outlines for softer curves It Is all very well to prate of the lines of youth but when ones shout bonstyearn for a light coating of adipose tissue Let us not forget however In the search for artistic curves that It IIs tusunlly the woman with decided tend ency to fret and worry who Is thin even unto attenuation The very slender woman newer 1m presses you as really reposing She sits on the edge of her chair wriggles her slim feet and continually works Imaginary patterns with ten diligent little fingers When she enters a room she moves from point to point and1 finally bends unrcslguedly to a RentI the hardest one In the room while her plump friend gravitates to a pile of cushions and snuggles Into their depths as naturally as the soft eyed Maltese curls herself Into a ball before the open grate II Then too the bony woman Is so deadly In earnest when she talks Sh searches the room for imagtnar- threads walks to the window to rea range faultlessly hung curtains rend justs ornaments continually hears the telephone bell and does everything to keep her nerves ajangle The meager woman who courts flesh to round her angles into curves of beauty needs fresh air and sunshine In1 unstinted measure and must have them She must eat a great deal o fruit Those denied to her obese sister are her special friends She must when possible take a glass of mill between meals In midmorning andI afternoon and again before going to bed A wafer or two can be eaten tit the same time while the milk must bi rapidlyShe may eat cereals freely and nil the starchy and sweet vegetables White and sweet potatoes peas corn and beans and salads to promote di gestion are her mainstays Meats nr according to appetite and taste All sorts of sweets are fattening particu larly chocolate which Is also especial ly nutritious I Why the Kettle Sings Do you know why a kettle sings when the water Is boiling Its like this When the water be gins to get hot little bubbles form nt the bottom of the kettle and rise toward the top until they burst At first they burst only a little way from the bottom but as the water gets hotter and hotter they rise higher and higher At last when the water is boiling they burst right on the surface hun dreds of them one right after another and it Is the noise of their conflnu ous bursting which makes the sound we call singing Butter Scotch I Melt together two tablespoonfuls of sugar three tablespoonfuls of mo lasses and one of water and two of hitter Pour In n buttered dish and set away to cool Upholstered Knloker The fashionable womans figure is like a slat DockerWhile the mattress bolster and pillows are worn pn the head Now York Sun He who can conceal his joys Is greater than he who can hide his griefs Lavater Mens s Suits to 750 Good quality and correct styles Gold Trading Stamps given on all cash sales We are the nicest line of NECK WEAR ever brought to this town at Popular Prices Mens Fleece Lined a Suit sold at other stores for 100 our price 0liy friend I ever had t tt =Ree dance o MKS J RSoxO IpLEpoII One of Thousands of Homes 4003rdePorunaytookrabout four bottles when I noticed tho 1m provoment and tho fifth bottlo cured mo I do not know what I would have boon llko today had I not got Poruna 1for I was In a torrlblo state I had pains all over and was cross and Jrrltablo I was losing hopo of over being well again and was downhearted I am to fday a cured woman after suffering for nino months I cannot toll you how happy I fool but you will know I never hoard of such medicine it is tho best medicine on earth My husband is now taking myhousehad It must bo praised it cured me Peruna Tablets For two years Dr Hartman and his assistants have labored incessantly to create Poruna in tablet form and their strenuous efforts have just boen crowned with success People who object to liquid medicines can now secure Parana tablets Ask your Druggist for a Fret STEPHENSPORT Vlr Juhn Fry mire l hmid Deaf NT Mis Home M h nanli Weekly News Items Ben Beauchnmp has moved his family to town- Wheeler Thompson has return ed from a trip in Indiana Master Otter Fox is improving after several days illness Rev and Mrs Winchell have rooms at Mrs Georgia Sargents The members of the M E church will give a donation Thurs day night at the parsonage All members and friends are invited to attend The members of the Baptist church have just completed new fence around the Baptist church ItR quite to the J I 0 3 Another omeIWhere Pcruna Is Used I MARIA GOERTZ MRS writes My husband children and myself have used afour medicines and wo always keep tvom in tho house in caso of necessity Jl II was restored to health by h4 medicIne People ask about mo m different places and arc I can do all of my housework and that I was cured by tho dofchronic catarrh My husband was cured of astti my daughter of earache and catarrl tho stomach and my son of catarrh tho throat When I was sick Iwolf one hundred pounds now I weIghS hundred and forty Poruna quiotajS nerves and is a great specific for tilt forms of chronic catarrh J Peruna Almanac for 1909 church lot Mrs j W Rhodes Mr andi Mrs James Hottle and Master Thomas Alexander of Irvington were guests of Dr and Mrs Novitt last week Rev F R Roberts conducted tho funeral of John Frymiro at Chonault Saturday Mr Frymiro was found dead in bed morning He leaves a wife and several children Day John T Ditto of Decatur 111 Capt 1 II Rowland and R Q Perkins had a fine hunting Jrip Sutuiday Through the kindness of Mr Perkins they were driven in his carriage tjo the farm of Mr Goatloy where birds and squirrels were plentiful They were also invited to an elegant dinner at Mr GouHvg home c r 0 11 I or JOLLYSSPECIALSIHiil Shoes Clothing IVfens Furnishing Goods Gro IIOn ceries Hardware and Queensware u u anl0vr 250 showing Underwear animprovpment r Good Coffee at lOc a pound 98worthl Work Shirts 47c taken in exchange for goods at Market Prices ID1ol arrangementIin and see how our store looks under new I R y M JOLLY cr OriojnU surprisedat Thursday Delightful Roasted Produce Highest IRVINGTONKENTUCKY s =