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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n n I THE BRECKENRIDG r E NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTI VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCI WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 8 Paces NO 26 S I y i 6 HARDINSBURG Notes And News Democrat Again In The Hands Of former Editor Roy E o rmanI Miss Evelyn Beard Is visiting her aunt Mrs Estell Sutton of Cresent lUllMiss Tida Mercer entertained the young folks Saturday in honor of Miss Margaret Beard Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard enter tained twenty five young people in honor of Miss Hannah Beard I Hnrdinsburg boys and girls who spent the holidays at home have returned to their respective schools Miss Margaret Beardto Bowling Green Misses Nannie and Delta Kincheloe to Barboursville Ernest Haswell to Cincinnati John Skillman Vivian and Arthur Haswell and Mack Brown to State University Misses Nell Louise and Betsy Moor man of Glendeane were guests of Mrsii D R Murray a part of last week A fine audience heard Dr Matthers entertaining and instructive lecture on liMy Travels in Europe II Friday night The receipts were sufficient to put the Ladies Aid out of debt TheM vocalion and piano of the Southern Methodist church have been purchase- and paid for solely by their efforts an still with untired hands they will go forward adding to the needs of theirI house of worship =Mr T B Henderson and daughter Miss Ada were guests of Mrs Rebecca McGary Thursday Miss Frances Smith and little Helen Hayden returned to Elizabethtown Sat urday Marriage licenses were issued las week to Carlton E Payne Mary D Basham Christopher Johnson Dollie Farber Evan Decker Izora Feutress Chas H Wright Annie W Rush Fred Bland Annie M Beauchamp O H Eblen of Henderson and his two sisters of Robards were guests of Dr and Mrs McMullen last week Miss Angie Gibson of Basin Spring was the guest of Misses Nellie and Bettie Kincheloe Sunday M H Beard was in the Falls o Rough Friday and Saturday buying to bacco Miss Willie Chambless andjbrother Henry visited relatives at Ekron Satur day and Sunday t Jas Lewis student at St Melnrad Ind returned to his studies Monday after spending the holidays at home He was accompanied by his school mate guest Leo Marcon of Michigan who had spent the holidays in Hardins burgCicero Cummings of near Axtel was here Monday looking for a location The Board of Superyisors met Mon day to overhaul the Assessors book and to raise or lower the lists which in their judgment were uncorrectly valu edRoy E Moorman is here in charge of the Democrat Mr McDonald the late owner and editor having resold lit to Mr Moorman Mr C F Hawkins of McCook Nebraska is sere for a few weeks visiting relatives and friends Warfield Hendrick goes to Kansas this week to look out a location Miss Julia McGuffin of Louisville has been visiting friends here Mrs George Hook of near town was on Saturday adjudged a lunatic and was taken on Monday to the Lakeland asylum Mrs Alex Nicholson who iis charged with threatening the life of her son from which it is claimed she lost her mind was lodged in jail Monday inII default of bond Her trial was set yesterday afternoon Clint Beauchamp who arrived here from Evansville a few days ago died at the residence of his brother Wm Beauchamp Sunday night His re mains were laid to rest in St Rennolds cemetery Tuesday morning The de ceased was forty odd years oldand was a son of Crawford Beauchamp of WebsterClifton E Pile of Vine Grove was iin townMonday Richard Carman of Bewleyville was in town Monday PROMINENT DOCTOR DEAD Dr A M Hendrlckson t physician of Magnet Indiana died New Years Eve He was 58 years old 34 years a resident of that place He had a large practice Jti Kentucky near Conc rdia and well known Dr David C Dome of Troy attended the funeral SOCIETYJNOTES The Misses Pate were the charming guests of honor nt a most delightful party given at the Cloverport Hotel last evening from 8 to 11 oclock Quite a number of invitations were issued 000 Mrs J Proctor Keith was at home Saturday afternoon from three to five when a number of guests accepted in vitations to meet the Misses Carr of iElizabethtown s 000 Misses Margaret and Edith Burn gave a leap year party Thursday evening The guests included the members of the Girls Club and the young society men Those present hada glorious time The young ladies realizing their jlast chance to make good for four years wag at hand got unusually busy and tthere was something doing continually until the dawn of the New Year The success revealed the laterIgirls had proposing will beI 000 Mr and Mrs 6T B Henderson announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Ada Belle Henderson to MrI j ike Lyddan Jr The wedding will be thedJanuarydJ Webster church Invitations are extend ed to relatives and friends The bride and groom pre prominent young peo ple and their marriage isof interest to many 000 Miss JennieMabel Harris entertained most beautifully at her home last Wed nesday evening 000tMiss Eva Young complimentary to her sister Mrs C B Skillman of Clo verport entertained the Cinque Club and a few of the games devotees yesterday evening Before the games be gan a six oclock dinner was served Miss Youngs entertainments are al ways delightfull affairs and the one last night made a happy ending of the old year for all who were present Mor ganfield Sun Photo by Braban Miss Claudia Watson Pate who assisted her sister Miss Carrie Pate iin entertaining at u beautiful reception last evening Mr and Mrs Chas Hook gave a beautiful dinner Wednesday for the pleasure of Mr and Mrs Owen Mayof Louisville 000 New Years day Mr and Mrs Conrad Sippel gave a dinner party at their home on the hill Plates were laid for Mr and Mrs John Reypolds and little SippelId Mr Emmett Sippel oo o The Epworth League will give Library social Thursday evening 000 Miss Nannie Collins and Mrs Matti Collins gave two doll parties last week in honor of little Miss Isabella Burns 1 ooo-V Mr and Mrs John Reynolds were host andhostess to a dinner party Sun day In honor of Mr and Mrs Julius Sippel 000 Miss Bettie Marguerite Melone of Louisville was complimented with a party given at the home of Mr and Mrs John Ridge Friday evening was also given a Watch Party by Miss Lillian Sippel New Years eve 000 Mr and Mrs Benton Eubank gave a fortytwo game of several tables for Miss Nell Smith of Irvington rPhoto by Brabandt I The above is hgham IRVINGTON DEPARTMENT 1 Miss Cecil Spradlin and Mr Charlie Chapin were quietly married in the parlors of the First Baptist Church of South Louisville on last Wednesday evening Dec 23 The Rev Holton officiating Only immediate relatives and friends were present Mr and Mrs Chapin are at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs D T SpradlinQuite a number of entertainments were given in honor of Miss Kssie Biggs during the holidays Among those that entertained were the Misses McGlothlans Miss Eva Herndon Mrs Louis H Jolly Miss Ellen Mum ford and Miss Annie Lee Bandy Miss Claire Jolly left Tuesday for Russellville after being the guest of her mother Mr and Mrs H L Downs arrived Saturday from Princeton and have taken rooms at the Neafus Hotel Mr Downs has taken charge of th Irvington Produce House i Mr and Mrs Edwin H Jolly were host and hostess at a 42 party given at their home on Wednesday evening in honor of their sister Miss Clare Jolly- who has been attending school a Russellville The ices and decorat ions were in pink and white Mr Elick Dent of Louisville wa the guest of his uncle Mr Henry Head last week Miss Mary Peyton returned Friday from a short visit to Miss Nell Moor man at Glendeane Miss B Ada Drury returned to her school duties in Louisville on Monday morningMisses Alma Simmons and Effie Blvin of West Louisville and Miss Ida Johnson of Springfield Ky left Sunday for their home after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Oscar Dowell On last Monday evening a numbs bay Mr and Mrs Louis H Jolly in honor of Miss Essie Biggs Music and refreshments lent zest to the evening entertainment Those invitedwere Misses Essie Biggs Clare Jolly Ev and Mabel McGlothlan Messrs Hubert and Joe Plggott Roy Tyler Poin Galloway and Mr and Mrs E H Jolly The Ladies Aid Society of the M E Church gave a masked Tacky Party at the Public Hall on last Thursday evening which was a most amusing affair Afterthe parade the judges awarded the prize a cake to thde tackiest of the tacky It was a success financially as well as socially The spuvenlers were New Years greetings with an alldaysucker at tachedMr a gavebeautiful r home Mt Plsgah in honor of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Harrison of Sioux City Iowa The de orations were of Christmas greens and bell covers were laid for ten Many in our town have formed New Year resolutions Dr LI B Mor man Is receiving congratulations on his New Year resolutions and in case you would like to kaov1 just inquire of the Dr On New Years Eve a progressive calling party was formed and visited several homes winding up with a grand finale at Mr and Mrs W J Piggotts where delicious refresh ments were served and after bidding adieu to the old year the crowd dispersed hoping to have as many pleas ant evenings in the new year Mr and Mrs Oela Woolfolk of Brandenburg were visitors of Mr weekeDr and Mrs P E Dempster and children of Glendeane have returned home after being the guests of Mr Mrs Foster Lyons beentvisiting In Brandenburg re turned home Saturday havesreturned from Hardinsburg where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs CharlieBeard for several days Mr Gilbert Harrison left Monday forSioux City Iowa after spending several days here shaking hands and greeting many of his old friends This is Mn Harrisons first visit back to Ky for twenty years Mrs Har rison will rcmalji for an indefinite time the guest of Mrs R B Mc Glothlan Miss Willa Drury who has been spending the holidays here with 1her sister Mrs R B McGlothlan left for Bowling Green Monday Mr Taylor Dowell shipped to Louis yule the best load of hogs out of this town on last Friday and he Is to be congratulated on his success friendaRoy Tyler of Minneapolis Minn af ter spending two weeks here visiting Mr and Mrs W J Piggott left Sat urday for Terre Haute Ind Mr J R Wimp arrived Saturday from quite an extended trip through California and while gone was the guest of his sons at Los Angeles He stopped over for a few clays visit on his way at Enid Okla the guest of Mr and Mrs H W Herndon Card of Thanks We wish to thank our neighbors andI friends for their great kindness and sympathy shown us In the bereavment in the death of our precious mother Miss Mattie Milliner and Brothers STEPHENSPORT NEW YEAR ITEMS FROM TilE LIVELY PORT GOOD NEWS ABOUT EVERYBODY Miss Lois Baker of Hardinsburg visited friends here last week Misses Brook and Nannie Hall of Union Star are guests of their aunt Mrs R A Smith Mrs Miry Dunn of Cloverport was called here last week to nurse Dr Nevitt who is yet quite ill The social given by R H Bennett iFriday night was enjoyed by all who attendedChas was in Indianapolis las week on business Miss Francis Smith has returned home from Henderson Miss Corinne Conn left Sunday for Bowling Green Signor Blitz of Louisville was the guest of his daughter Mrs J Schopp last week I Miss Maud Jolly of Sample was the guest of Mr and Mrs Ben Beau champ last weekIMrs Chas Tinus visited relatives in the country several days last week Mrs Graham Jolly of Cloverport visited relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Letch Brown attended the golden wedding of Mrs Browns parents Mr and Mrs Stinnett of Lewisport last week Dot Stiles and son Dustin who have been in Mo for some time through here last week en route West Va Mr and Mrs John Dickman left last week for California Mr and Mrs F C Ferry and son have returned to their home after spending Christmas with their parents Mr and Mrs E N Miller Dr Powell of Louisville gave two fine lectures here Wednesday NEW ROAD Wanted From Harned To Kings voodRoad Not Fit For Travel Says Prof HughesI Hardinsburg Dec 29Rev J W Hughes of Kingswood was here Mon day in the interest of the public road from Harned Station to Kiagstvoo- where his school is located He prayed tht County Court to consider the matter favorable and they now have on the table Prof Hughes claims t road is not in fit condition to handle t increased traffic that is now going ov that highway and in the interest of the general public the county should rebuil- the road CUSTER SCHOOL Closes With Bright Entertainment Given By Teachers And Pupils t beforoChristmassuc- cessful school with an entertainment that taxedthe of tmodeouswere held The children in song music and recitation showed careful preparation and displayed a talent that speaks largely for great possibiltles in the future Among those who did specially good work in the wereMisses MitchamLourJ T r BoardEthelGuySpringgate HubertJonesInspace forbids further mention of names Miss Carrie Walls sister of the teacher gave a well received recitation The playingpresents from the loaded Christmas treeMr Walls pupils testified in their Christmas tokens upon the tree their expression of regard in numerous gifts which he carried back to his homo at HardinsburgThere universal call for his re turn in the fall Mr Walls will spend several months at the Western Normal and will return to Custer able to meet every expectation of the enthusiastic patrons who demand his coming to take up again his well begun work He is delighted with the character of school material that the Custer neighborhood affords and the support of impresseditselfway convinced that no better school people exist in the county REV CURRIE Doubly Honored By Fraternal Societies At Regular Election In This City An active member of the lodge named below kindly gave the newly elected officers which are as follows tBreckenridge PCGYeager WJman M of F Chas May M of Ev JABlackjGYeagerCloverport Lodcp No 133 F tit Av M jByrnePhelpsTressBv Skillman Stewarts H L Stader Jv W JDPete Jackson Sick For the last two weeks Pete Jack son a highly respected colored man who worked at Fraizes store has been antitominty THE BASILISK How the Fabulous Monster Was Pio tured by Ancient Writers The basilisk was the most famous of the many fabulous monsters of mo diaeval folklore According to the popular notion It was hatched by u ottheusuallyrepresentedpont or dragon sometimes with and sometimes namoIsnuttlebecausotbeof white spots on Its head which much resembled a crown Tho cockatrice a specIes of basilisk besides having u crown possessed a comb which wa an exact counterpart of the cocks basHhadterradpents The Bible classes It wl lieu the serpent and the dra itone of the most formidable cry toOld writers Pliny Bascho an v that Its bite was morta h0case that waserf Ino plant would e ItsdVent swallows from bulK II ri h I- J i i I 1 1 r i 11II TT Ii t i ut I 1 l i I C f f i feVyI 7 I t t I tJ- I i I J 61t 1 J J L j I t W 7 811 1 fiI ttljSj i j r V I TUB BOY ONYPIWNtiIf FROM TRUE TALES OF TiEPLAiNS COPYRK3KT1800DY WILLIAM P CODY WAS fourteen when I became a I pony express rider I had one or two adventures In that pur suit which may provo Interesting to read They were certainly interesting enough to mo at the time The Job was worth 125 a month and meant ceaseless danger The Importance of the pony express lpg to a certain extent been lost sight of but It might bo well to Impress on tho reader the fact of Its value nt that time In connection with the great trou ble occurring shortly after Its Incep tion between the sections of our coun trytho civil war of 1SG1 The dill en tics of communicating with tho newly acquired empire on the Pacific through the route via Panama or the passage around Capo Horn would bars left effective Information stale flat and unprofitable on account of the time and the fact that the southwest section was not open for communica tion to the Union authorities at Wash In ton emphasized Its necessity Tho pony express by giving the government facilities for quick communi cationquIck for those dayswas en abled to keep In touch with every movement and counteracted In an et fective manner what might have re sulted In a separation from us of our grand Pacific possessions- Its service had been repeatedly suggested to congress but after several years of agitation It failed of govern ment assistance through the then dis united alias of many congressional leaders and eventually It was under taken by Messrs Russell Majors Wad dell Co at their own risk and re sponslblllty a public spirited patri otic action for which they never re- ceIved proper financial recognition This was the great government freighting firm under whom I hal served as courier between Its over laud wagon trains Its object was to cover the vast telegraphic gap be tween New York and San Francisco which began at St Joe Mo and ended at Sacramento Cal with greater speed a distance of more than 2000 miles through a country totally unln habited bar savage Indians At that time It took months for congressmen and government officials to reach the Golden Gate or to arrive at Washington and It took from twentytwo to twentyflvo days to send a message from New York to San Francisco across the continent It had taken stagecoaches three weeks or more to- go from the Missouri river to Sacra mento Ry means of relay stations 200 In number employing COO hardy po nes and from eighty to a hundred ex pert riders my employers made It pos I jilitiKjc liKuhid the man of his II at AI1 fir t1i 1kl1C1 and messages writ U ii tixii paper so as to avoid all t11fIJf y weight to be carried that 111III I on the barks of swift ponies Ini rn Iigit to ton days The route tl Ill Is mw traversed by the Union Ptn iiie rulriad In those days an al tnift trackless wilderness swarming wlii Indliiii1 and hl bway men Cm tho lid of April 1850 two rider started out from St Joe Mo nnd ono fro 13 Sacramento Cal At the start the dispatch bags would be thrown ovrr a ponys saddle Tile rider would mo int rind ride nt top speed to the fir t relay station There a fresh pony we id I1o waiting on whose back the dlllolll biiis would be hastily thrown th i off iiirniu and so on till the re lief rl JT would snatch the bags and rsh oft with them for tho next lap of the long race The relays averaged fifteen miles apart Fortyflvo to 103 miles semiweekly each way at full speed over rough country was a rIders daily stunt RIdors started at forty five mile trips and as they became hardened took the longer trips which naturally brought them larger pay This was not an easy Job for n four teenyearold boy But I stuck to It In spite of aching bones and a tired head For the first three months I had no mishaps I began to think tho talk of danger was all bosh Then as I was galloping around a curve on n hillside trail one day I rode flush up to a lev eled pistol The man behind It told me to throw up my hands I obeyed There Is no use arguing with a loaded pistol Frontiersmen In those days shot to kill Tho road agent dIsmount- ed and walked up to me to take my saddlebags I tried to look scared and harmless He lowered his re volver as he reached for tho bags Just then I whirled my pony around Time little horses plungo knocked the man ort his feet and a stray kick from ono of the Iron shod hoofs grazed tho fellows head knocking him senseless Having no further Interest In him I was glad enough to make my escape Here Is a further adventure of Im portOne day I galloped up to a relay station and found no relief pony walt Ing for me Not a soul was In sight But I heard men yelling and shooting down by tho corral back of the station I jumped off rifle In one hand and my twenty pound pouches in the other and made for the trees that hid tho corral from the trail I thought from the nolso that there must be an Indian raid there at least I reached the little clearing above the corral in time to see a gigantic buffalo bull charge through a bunch of cattle and rush on toward the door yard of the station Four or five men were yelling nt the top of their lungs and blazing away at him with guns and revolvers But If any of the shots reached the brute they only served tj madden him all the more It was no business of mine so I stood there Ilaughing at their excitement But all at once I stopped laughing and turned sick at what I saw There near tho door of tho cabin playing with a big wooden doll sat i little girl perhaps three years old She wore n little red cloak and the bright bit of color had caught the mad buf falos attention Down nt the uncor sclous playing baby charged the great furious brute The men saw her peril Just when I did and they fired wild and came forward at a lend run But I they were too far away A woman ran screaming out of the house and rushed toward the chip She had no weapon of nay kind and probably couldnt have used one If shy had had But I suppose mother love made her forget the horrible peril and she wantei to lie with her little girl Women lire sometimes braver I think thou men especially where their chll drcn nro concerned The buffalo was not fifteen yards away from the child when I brought my rifle Instinctively to my shoulder I wouldnt give myself time to think what must happen It I should miss It was one of those times when n man must not fall In his aim Just then the baby looked up and saw the murderous brute She clapped both hands and gave a squeal of de light She probably thought the beast was sonic new sort of playmate- As she called out I fired The buf falos logs seemed to tuck themselves up under him The impetus of his rush carried him along tho ground full ten feet ant he came to n stop with his head not six Inches from the little girls knee stone dead Then after the men had pounded me on the back till I was sore the childs mother Insisted on kissing me How a healthy fourteenyearold boy does loathe to be kissed Although among tho youngest of the couriers I seemed to have filled tho bill and was promoted as was Johnny Fry to 150 per month but to a more dangerous route My age nt tho time of riding the pony express will naturally create at tention and possibly surprise from the readers of tho present day as tho youth at that ago In the west from fourteen to sixteen was In many re ipocta a man from tIle time ho could shoulder a rifle or fire n pistol with all a mans responsibility bar voting Of course I suppose in the centers of manufacture Indoor work or In mines It Is necessary to protect children un der the child labor law But the con ditions woro such on the frontier that tho boy acquired an early experience and both tho Indian boys and tho white boys at tIle ago of fourteen or fifteen were ranked In every way as factors to ho accounted for on any occasions that arose demanding energy stamina and pluck Hundreds of other boys at that time were in tho same class as myself ready willing and able to do and daro littlo men Tho importance to tho white man ofI quick communication soon dawned on I I tho Indians and aroused thorn to special endeavors to harass Intercept and kill ort tho messengers in charge of this work Consequently after The firstII tow weeks pony express riding I probably one of tho cost dangerous occupations known In the worlds his tory and my new route was the limit The reader can imagine that It was lovely It demanded endurance above the ordinary to defy tho summers heat and winters snowstorms and blizzards skill In crossing temporary bridges mill dangerous streams with shifting fords and treacherous quick sands which had to be often got over at night KMiietlmcft swollen torrents and horses and riders hind to swim momentarily liable to ambush by the ever alert savages then time monarchs of tho prairies The render will under stand that the Indian was master of all the country outside time rifle range of a station or fort This gave to tit very atmosphere a sense of continual peril making possible n death so hor rible that Ita possibility was ns trying to the Imagination as capture made Its decree a certainty with all tho horrors oftortureThat riders met this fateful end Is history while other escapes were simply miraculous Those who came out alive on the arrival nt a sta tion often found that one of tllo riders had fallen a victim to tho savage foe and had to take up his burden and in such cases ho had to pound the saddle over the stiff country for another hun dred miles The fact that the dead body was often somewhere along the trail of course did not add pleasant thoughts to the Journey Nothing but a quick perception nnd rapidity of action The buffalo was almost upon the child when I ftrcd and seemingly intuitive knowledge when danger threatened and the angel of good lurk assisted me to escape many a close cull Several1 times I had bullets through my buckskins twice through my saddle and on ono occasion my sturdy mount received a bad flesh round On two occasions my good marksmanship saved me nt the expenwo of the roster of the Sioux braves by sending two at different times to their happy hunting grounds On several occasions I had to resume the route of slaughtered couriers nota bly on one occasion which stands as possibly a record In the story of this dangerous duty While riding between the Red Buttes of tho Platte and the Three Crossings of the Sweetwater I had what was considered n most difficult and lonely route On reaching Three Crossings I found tho rider of tho next division had been killed the night before which necessitated my cover Ing his route nnd on arrival there the rider who should havo been on hand hind not turned up having been killed as was afterward ascertained so I was compelled to ride tho two routes without stop except for meals and change of horses successfully making the journey or round trip without sleep only stopping to change horses and snatch a hasty meal This ride created a sensation so I will quote from an authority best able to place It on record as a historical fact name ly Alexander Majors himself In Ms book of Seventy Years on tho Fran tier Among Ithe most noted nnd daring riders of the pony express was Hon William F Cody better known as Buffalo Dill whoso reputation Is now established tho world over While en gaged In tho express service his route lay between Red Buttes amid Three Crossings It was a most dangerous long and lonely trail including perilous crossings of swollen and turbulent streams n average of fifteen miles an hour hd to be made Including change of horsos detours for safety and time fo meals Once upon reach ing Three CrossIngs he found that tho rldor on the next division had been killed during tho night before and ho was called on to make tho extra trip until another rider could bo procured This was n request the compliance with which would Involve the most taxing labors nnd an endurance few persons ir capable of Nevertheless young Cody was promptly on hand for the additional Journey and reached Rocky Ridge the limit of the second route on time This round trip ofI 821 miles was made without n stop oxcept for meals and to change horses nnd ovary station on the route was entered on time This Is one of the longest mid best ridden pony express journeys over made tho entire dIllI tance 321 miles being covered In 21 hours nnd 30 minutes Woolen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon tho mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by cheerfulness soon when the kid are out of order trouble has so It Is uncommon child to be born with weak If the child urln too often II the urinealds If when the child reaches an age should be able to control the yet afflicted with bedwetting It the cause of difficulty Is malland and the first step should be the treatment of these Important This unpleasant trouble is due to a condition of kidneys and not to a habit as most people Women as well are made mis erable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of Is It Is sold by druggists In cent and one sizes You may I sample bottle prevalent not a kid the the the acaiupmootfagthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Sc Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont mako any mistake but remember th name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp boot and the address BlnRbamton N Y up34 n orr Oattl AUTO HEATING DEVICE Missourian Uses a Special Boot and Register Over tho Exhaust Pipe H A Fowler of Kansas City Mo Is an nutolst who believes in being com fortable while enjoying his favorite pastime and to accomplish this In the cold weather he has arranged n device on his car which Is easy to reproduce on nearly any car and which is calcu lated to prove a boon to the motorist who heretofore has never been able to keep comfortably warm while driving In winter Mr Fowler explains that like many another winter driver ho has felt the need of something to take tho place of the cumbersome lap robe which Inter fares with the operation of the foot brake and clutch pedal and which makes drIvIng with an accelerator al most an impossibility Hrs device Is Intended to meet this need and Mr Fowler declares that it has more than fulfilled his expectations in practice The device consists of a simple reg ister such as is used in a house heated by the old fashioned hot air furnace set into the front floor of tho car di rectly over the exhaust pipe which on many cars leads out underneath the car Air circulates round this pipe is heated by It nnd rises up through time register to maintain a grateful warmth around the feet of the driver and of his companion on the front seat n po sition which Mr Fowlers device Is likely to snake time most desirable In the car In conjunction with his register Mr Fowler uses a boot which he has had especially fashioned to button down on the front of the carand to both sides It docs not interfere with the driving of time car and yet serves every purpose of the regular robe BEST GIFT The Desire For Giving Says Elizabeth N PhillipsOur Need or Love If I were the stations Santa Claus I would on my trip across tho world on Christmas ewe 1008 drop Into every heart tho gift of the spirit of giving says Elizabeth N Phillips president of the Philadelphia Santa Claus asso- cIation in n symposium If I Were a National Santa Claus in the Decem ber Delineator I would visit each home where love and affection had grown cold and lkindle the fires anew I would see that every orphan had not only n pair of shoes to warm hs talceIthe place of a mothers love to warns his little heart I would see that ho had not only a coat to protect him from tho winters cold but a shelter Ing arm that might take tho place of a fathers In protecting him from tho blasts of n freezing world of thoughtless people Were I the nations Santa Claus the spirit of giving would exist In every heart every day and there would be no desires for great riches and powermm employer grinding down the wages of his employed no public olllclal using his trust for pri vate gain amid no religious creeds and doctrines save that embodied In Christs words Do you love me SI- mon Then feed try lambs Andso If It wore In my power to give I would leave not only In every city street nnd homo but In every heart a living loving Santa Claus and tho world would awaken on Its Christmas day In paradise with love as icIng As money increases the love of It la creases German Proverb Wo Bu- yFURS Hides and I Wool diseasedKidney SwampRoot q CHRISTMAS GinsengGoldenMayAppleWilde I lall you agent or commission merchant Reference weenypriceM Sabol de Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY FARM LIFE DEBATE u Old Methods Discussed Before Country Life Commission MODERN SYSTEMS FAVORED One Speaker Believed Farmers Should Be Taught to Depend More on Thom selves Poclal Circulating Library Suggested Demonstration Stations For Beautifying Homes Tho disposition of ninny farmers to ridicule newfangled ideas In agrl I culture was encountered several times I Iln the Dallas Tex meeting of lies dent Roosevelts country life commis sion held a few days ago This feel ing was overcome however says tho Kansas City Star In the evident desire of the majority to learn everything possible of modern systems T V JIcGnlllnrd of Garza Denton county said he had never attended school n minute in his life but ho realized that scientific methods are su perior to tho old ways and because he realized It he had helped for soy eral years to make the Sherman corn show n success He believed scientific farming ought to be so arranged that farmers could begin with the rudi ments of It ns children do with the branches of knowledge at the common schools and learn to apply a little more of It each year Ho had little faith In the ability of any one to teach It in the lump as was BO often at tempted He further believed It would be a good thing for farmers to bo taught to depend more on themselves In his opinion the farmers needed no other help than tho placing of a knowledge of scientific farming with in their reach along with the infusion of enough enthusiasm to make them apply it- Another speaker suggested a book post that would enable rural districts to get books for reading and return at small cost He also favored tho par cels post Merchants he said opposed- It but If they couldnt afford to ship stuff by the carload and sell it as cheaply as the man who would send It by tho parcels post then the merchants should go under This speaker favored an agricultural department In all high schools with a laboratory for agricultural chemistry so that farmers might improve the quality of their soil Henry Wallace a member of the commission said he believed that with competent superin tcrmspoorfnrmsexperiment stations without any cost whateverWalton Peteet a farmer said the government should establish demonstration homes to show how to beau tify homes and surroundings mud ar range conveniences drainage and oth er features He believed too In na tional help and advice In the Interest of good roads- Professor S E Ellis said money alone could not uplift the farmer and his family For thirteen years he said I worked In the asylums for the Insane in this state Texas and I know that more farmers wives go In sane because of tho monotony of farm life than any other class Farmers themselves have access to free fresh aIr and sunlight nil the time but they are far from being tho healthiest class of people They lack proper sanitation and health conditions The condition in the rural school Is not satisfactory What I wish to plead for Is that while we do need a Juster treatment In financial matters we have to have a system of education that will broaden the lives of the peo plo In the rural communities Wo should make the rural schools a social center In the country wo want to de velop a school suited to the needs of the farmers Next year 8000 teachers will have to teach agriculture and there are not eight of them who know anything about It Then tho schools ought to bo kept open twelve hours a day and nil sorts of clubs and organizations for tho parents should bo organized and meet there with a lecture course at night Have domestic economy man ual training literary training and a good library In your schools- T V Munson of DenIson thought tho federal government should devote much attention to the fight against tu berculosis from which ho said 8000 000 people now living In the United States will according to reliable uta tistics die To Milk Through Water Bostonians are enraptured over the artistic effect of their new subway signs which have already been placed at the various stations of the new sub way in Boston These signs however jokeInstreet attached merely the name of tIllhugoconsplcuoulsIgnmightily nnd then wonder some more tothestreet Forecasting From Tongues A new science Is announced which Is more fantastic than palmistry It Is taking forecasts from the organs of speech A French paper which has en riched our stock of knowledge by announcing the birth of tho so called scIence declares that n long tongue indicates that tho possessor should pros per a narrow tongue tho gift of divination n short but largo tongue a good lover and a long and broad tongue ij that the possessor will make many voyages I 1 QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Bank of Cloverport At the close of business on the 31st 1 day of December 1008 7 Yi RESOURCES Loans and discounts S 49019 81 20Overdrafts 00Duo47Duonnd Hunkers Duo from Trust Com 47BunkingOther Real Estate Mortgages U S BondsI DandsSpeclo 2 833 81 Currency 204900 81OtherasCash100000bundtopoLastQuarter a Qlvo description lo iiittlon value and how long owned all rent estate except banking house If nay owned longer than five years f 5U 01535 LIABILITIES Capita Stock paid ln Incusp f 20 00000 Surplus FundVVVT 1 250 00 Undivided Profits000 follows Deposits subject to chock on which Int Is not paid 115 74873 Deposits subject to chock on which Int Is paid Demand certificates ot lotisTlmo certificates of doposits on which int Is paid 16 B37 63 Saving Deposits on Int is paid Oortlfled ChocKs 32 680 D5 Due National flanks 41900 nndBankersDuo Trust Companies 419 00 Cashiers Chocks outstanding Dills rediscounted 3 400 00 Unpaid dividends 1 20000 unpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount ot Indebtedness of any stockholder com pany or firm including Intho 11 blllty of the company or firm the liability ot the individual members thereof directlyor indirect ly it such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount 1537500Howitem 1 secured StatutesHightest of any director or officer if amount ot such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of BanK StatutesHowDoes amount of indebtedness ot any person company or firm In eluding in tho liability of tho company or firm tho liability ot the individual members thereof exceed SO per cent of paid up NoItedness 200Wand taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of tho banK for tho period covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund bo 00SeoAre any branch institutions being conducted by your bank No- fIlfOI33 STATE ON KENTUCKY It COON v or liiiECKENiunaE A ffBa A Simons President ot Hank of Clover port cated and doingbush satNo91Vu1138t countyhelnltIs In all resplcts true statement of the condition of said bank at the close Of Business on th 31st day of December 10D8 to the best of his knowledge und belief and further says that the buslni ss of said think has been trims acted at the location named and not else that no brunch banks are conducted by said bank and that the ubove report Is made In compliance with an ofllclul notice re deslgnating day on vhleh said report shall no made Subscribed and sworn to betoro me by A A Simons lresldent the 31st day of Dec 1008 MAKION WEATHEKHOLT Nptary Pub lie Dreckenrlde County bly commissIon expires Juno 11 I DOS A A SIMONS President R L OELZE I Directorsb I J Pressing Down Pains are a sign of serious female complaint that should have Immediate attentionIf begin In time you can generally treat yourself at Noise without the need of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardul the wellknown remedy for womens Ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal Ingredients being besides a gen tic nonIntoxicating strengtuca log tonic WINE OF OFCARaUI WOMANS RELIEF relieves all female complaints My wife writes John A Rodgers of Hampdcn Sidney Va was nothing but a walking skele ton from female trouble Sho suffered agonies with bearing down pains backache and head ache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardul and Is flow entirely cured At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREB ADVICe stating ago and describing sym DeptTheCOlChl1ttnnoogn L iIIIIII- rr A 1 bb- e i C j w Ii ijoJ 1 I1 brai1 k t- J N f t 1 r fi I TiI i 1a IC H 4 tti i o 4 J i I I rI Itt H l J KJCiII 4 1r i t j j i A 1 L1 4 I i- 1r a I 1Ii j 4 t J1 ty- ut I t k- yii aii- I La f I iJ Y if My fi i t j I u1ji 0st IfIr i f If a j J q I J o 1 ii- a i- r it I +i i h i j i 0 + Ks 4 If fl I r i ttt- yt t- t f tI t ifNr t ti t rf- tV j a- I y U r Ih I i K i 11 h I i 1f 3 1q YT it I I rf- I t I + i 1t J JI4 L ifr + T I = = tIN THE SOCIAL WHIRL A Sit on the Floor Function the Last Cry COSTUMES OF THE TEA HOUR Doggies Jeweled Collar Must Matchx Madams GownThe Fashionable Figure of the MomentMiniature Conservatory on Wheels My Dear Elsn Of all the fool func dons that have come my way the sit on tho floor ten Is tho latest and the most absurd I know that you will ngreo with mo perfectly In this opinion and I am also confident that you never heard of n 5 oclock served In an American home with the Japanese flop stunt as nn accompani ment Nobody else over did either until last weekI when Mrs Van S suddenly conceived tho Idea of enter taining a few of her friends In this unconventional nUll wholly uncom fortablo fashion As I am one of the elect or select It was my privilege to sample this latest addition to the al ready crowded list of freak feeds Our hostess excused tho enforced at titude of her guests upon the plea of the comfort and restfulness of the po sition Its so soothing to tho mind1 to sit on tho floor my dear she cooed One seems to cast off the caret and worries of life nnd to be a child again ready to listen to fairy j stories Horrid creatureI Soothing Indeed to sit doubled up like a Jack knife In a sheath skirt measuring less than two yards around the bottom I COWS WORN BY AJOUR RUSSELL IN Tan 8THONOEK SEX and to feel the seams of your gown and your temper giving way with every movement And a beautiful and composing sight It was to ob serve our hostess clad in Grecian drapery built for the occasion sink gracefully a la Isadora Duncan upon her cushion while you felt and probably looked like a mechanical toy just run down- I tell you there was murder In the hearts of the feminine guests on this memorable day and hour Were there any men there Certainly my dear Our amiable hostess corralled a few specimens to see the fall of the dl fectolre costume but we all managed to present a smiling tlcklcdtodeath time ofyourlife appearance The only real fun I extracted from this orlg inal affair as tho yellow journals dubbed It was when Tom Suydam looked over at me with a wicked gleam In his eye and In an Insinuating manner suggested to Mrs Van S that it would be no end of good port for all of us to tell about the most uncomfortable experience of our lives Iwas obliged to leave the happy band of squatters before my powers as a raconteur were tested otherwise I might have begun my sto ry with once upon a time there was a woman who delighted In making peo pIe ridiculous for her own amusement but Ill spare you the rest of the narrative Never again though a tea a la Japonnalse for mo The physical effect Is not unlike the aftermath of a too strenuous Turkish bathosteo pathic treatment and a first horseback ride combined Still If you want to be the talk of your town for a mo ment of space try a sit on the floor tea as a social rouser Of course my coral broadcloth was a mass of wrinkles when I escaped from that function and you remember what a love of a thing It Is and how Mme X vas almost crazy because she had to walt so long to have tho braid and chiffon dyed to match tho cloth This matching fad of the season Is perfectly maddening and there are occasions when ono wishes she had been born a savage so she could riot in a wild medley of colors The dressmakers dyorsthisevidently not had a tip as to the far cored nuances of tho winter Consc quently after exhausting trips through tho shops one Is obliged to resort to tho chemical process or bo de mode To return to our mutton the Van S certainly does feed her animals all right and the cakes she handed with the cup that cheersbrownies I think she called them were great a concoc tion of chocolate batter mixed plenti fully with chopped walnuts Do yopknQwdear whenever 1 Lave enough money left from my al lowance Im going to establish nu found I reckon thats the word I want a chair of common sense at one of tho womens colleges Why this generosity this altruistic send ment Ill tell you Yesterday after noon to get tho taste of that freak tea out of my mouth I dropped in nt Sherrys to regale myself with a sq of the real thing served In a civilize- style tl When one feels in a hypercritical triune of mind there Is noth ing that satisfies this mental appetite more than a peep nt the society men agerie as seen at this smart estab lishment Its as interesting as a cir cus performance to go early and se lect n table where nil the arrivals may be well viewed And It was a sight fit to make tho angels weep to see the women come In the other afternoon with their short wnistcd dresses skirts that pulled around fllppity flop with every movement their skinny severely tight sleeves big waists and all the amusing pro portions of their headgear Such an exhibition is calculated to Inspire nay properly balanced person with philan thropic tendencies and to make him want to do something right away quick as a Gorman friend of mine says to propnsrntc the doctrine of com mon sense And Im going to present Eleanor K with a free scholarship for not content with making herself look like a victim of the white plague by rom pressing her chest and contracting her shoulders to thin point of emaciation she also mndo that darling little black Pomeranian of hers an object of pity by adorning him with a collar of vio let leather studded with amethysts The dog was tucked under her arm and if it had not been for this collar he might have been mistaken for her black Ilynx rug muff It Is of course Important that you should know that these canln ornaments are about two Inches In width and the atones cuP In cabochon style are nt least hat that In diameter To be smart dog gies collar must match madams gown As it is tho correct thing now to drop tho coat at any late afternoon affair and show the princess gown with thin yoke and sleeves I had 11 splendid opportunity to study the newest creations And mighty pretty were many of the costumes worn by stunning girls under their long fur coats An attractive frock affected by a chic young matron had Its long cringing skirt of the finest wistaria colored chiffon broadcloth while the entire bodice as clinging as the skirt was of velvet snatching the cloth and braided In self colored soutache The guhnpe was of net In the color of the velvet but only the collar and rf space of an inch or two below the base of the throat were transparent the rest of the not being laid over gold lace When this stunning creature left the room I saw that n long redingote of cloth belonged with this costume Dont have a white guimpe put In your new princess frock for all the smart creations I saw nt Sherrys had the new effect In self colored net wither often n design in soutache applied under It or oriental galloon over laid In sonic cunning fashion The white gulmpe Is far and away more becoming but you know It a thing 1 out of style how much does becoming ness count Not an earthly thing my dear Are you dead tired of this babble Youre too polite to say so but Just let me describe a gown of Annie Rus sells and Ill let you off This chcrm Ing actress is wearing It In her new play The Stronger Sex and all feminine New York Is raving over it and copy after copy Is being made for the smartest women the Identical trimming nnd coloring being chosen in most Instances Its a baccarc gown of gold meteor crape The skirt has an overdrapery embroidered In Egyptian design of gold down the front The back of this drapery is open twothirds of the way down and the slit bordered by a band of em broidery Below the slit It Is shirred up the center the effect being Ilk that of a huge birds nest The chemisette and undersleeves are of old Spanish lace the neck cut low V shaped and bordered with black velvet About the throat is a high stock of black tulle with a very wide frill at the top and bottom The ef feet of the gown Is distractingly lovely Just as I was leaving Sherrys Eliza beth II swooped down upon me and Insisted upon taking me home In her limousine The car Is too luxurious for anything nnd has the latest fit tlnga vase for flowers held by bract ets of gold plate that match the other metal fittings The vase is held at a height between the front seats that will not permit of the catastrophe of having your hat scraped or your eve Ing coiffure disarranged Tho occu pants of the back seat have full view of whatever flower the owner selects for the vase Elizabeth had an enor mous bunch of czar violets In her vase Tho effect 15 that of a miniature conservatory on wheels And to carry out the picture wraps are not worn merely ti stunning set of furs over the equally stunning frock In extreme weather I should think that a little red nose would be tho Inevitable result of very few clothes Ever most sir cerely yours MABEL New York Nw Wedding Sweetmeat Brides and brides elect ought to takei a special Interest In the newest fash ionable condiment for It Is orange blpssoin preserve It Is n Moroccan delicacy and is a staple at marriage feasts in parts of Europe Asia and Africa As made In Morocco it Is an exceptionally delicious sweetmeat while ffe appropriateneea as part of n THROAT TROUBLES WEAKEN THE SYSTEM A serloustilln ss is often brought on by n neglected sore throat All throat troubles invariably weaken tlthe system and should not be allpwed to go unchecked A gargle made with twelve drops of Sloans Liniment in half n glass of water will break up n sore throat- S onns Liniment is an excellent remedy for tonsilitis croup asthma and bronchitis Applied freely to the out side of the throat and Behest it draws out the inflammation reduces the swclling and relieves any soreness Twelve drops of this Liniment in half a glass of water makes a splendid antisep ticgargleMr W Price of Fredonia Kans writes We have used Sloans Liniment in the family for abouta year and find it an excellent relief for colds and hay feverjattacks Two drops of Liniment in a teaspoonful of water will stop coughing and sneezing in stantly Mr L T Hurst of Coatesville Inc R R 1 wrltesI find your Liniment the best remedy I have ever tried for sore throat either for horse or man I once cured n case of sore throat on my self the second day and almost the first night which had continued for over three weeks under constant treatment of three physicians I was traveling and I waS getting worse It L BETTER WINTER ROADS The Best Time to Do Good Work With the Drag theP pulls the faithful road drag Into thin barnyard where it remains through the entire winter unused Now 1 lie Move If farmers will closely observe conditions they will see that winter road dragging will give us much bet ter ronds at time time they are usually the worst says M A Coverdell in Farm and Fireside The surface of the ground thaws many tines during the winter season and when It begins to freeze again along some time In the afternoon or evening Ithr little bumps of dirt nut the Hkl lire neither too sloppy tier too hard but Just brittle enough t smooth down nicely filling up the rate and low places This Is the one and onlyI time during the day that you can do good work with the drag so 1 keep1 your eye on the thawing nnd freezing process nnd govern your road dragging accordingly With n little foresight and an hours Judicious dragging now mind then tjieres no reason why we cannot have better roads in winter One Needs the Other The name split log drag Itself Implies cheapness but cheapness doesnt mean nn inferior article Any ono can have one lord good roads and closestogether Six Million Dollar Highway Governor Stuart of Pennsylvania will recommend that the legislature which convenes soon appropriate SO OOOOOQ for the construction of a state highway from Philadelphia to Pitts burg Secure A Free Scholarship Now All persons who contemplate entering the Western Kentucky State Normal School on D free scholarship should see their County Superintendent and make application at once provided they have not already done so Appointments may be made at any time The Mid Winter Term opens January 20th and that would be a most excellent time to enter Catalog furnished upon applica tion Write H H Cherry President State Normal School Bowling Green Ky Put In More Word Now Peters said the teacher what is It makes the water of the sell so 1 saltySalt said Peters ClNextt said tho teacher What Is It makes tbe water of the sea eo saltyThe salty quality of the sea water answered Next Is due to the ad mixture of a sufficient quantity of chloride of sodium to Impart to the aqueous fluid with which it common gles a saline flavor which Is readily recognized by the organs of taste l Right Next said the teacher Go up one President HelpsOrphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids di gestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people Iit has no equal Best for female complaints Only sOc at Severs Drug Co For health and happiness DeWitts Little Early Risers small gentle easy pleasant little liver pills the best made Sold by nil druggists EDUCATIONAL COLUMN i Edited By County bupt Joel II Pile llardiiuburf Ky Dave Walls began Monday each ing the remaining two and one half months of the Hazel Dell school Miss Lois Baker resigned a few days before Christmas 000 The graduation examination will beheld January 29 and 30 Supt Crabbe rules that it can be held in but one place If all who expect to take it will inform me as to the most convenient place I shall hold it so as to accomo date the greatest number It is now thought it will be held in Hnrdinsburg as its central position renders it accessi ble to all points of the county 000- J R Burton of Mystic has been elected trustee in the place of B H Beauchamp who resigned in subdivis tort 0 of the Third Educational Division 000 Schools are closing almost over day and reports are being received showing the result of the terns work While the attendance has been better than usual this fall there is much yet to be done in arousing parents to a realization of the solemn duty they owe to their children Watch for the table of statistics which is being prepared 000 Cliff Howard at the close of his school at Fisher brought to the Superin tends office a report showing the num ber of days each pupil attended in each month The idea is a good one and will be helpful to the next teacher in going after the ones who need to at tend more regularly Think of attend ing but three days of a term ooe Every teacher is requested to send to me the names of all pupils who attended every day of the term also to give names of those who have not been ab sent for two or more terms stating the length of time his perfect attendance holds 000 At the recent MidWinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association Col E Polk Jojinson perhaps the oldest member of the Association declared oft paper read by a Breckenridge county young woman that it was the bOlt he had ever heard in the history of the Association and all Kentucky is proud of this Breckenridge girl who loves her work and does it well In this same meeting Harry Sommors of Elizabeth town in an address on Nowspapers and Education said Kentucky has more illiterate children between the ages of ten and fourteen years than Indiana Iowa Ohio Wisconsin Massachusetts and Pensylvania a condition that is a disgrace to the state The newspapers have begun to agitate the perfecting of our schools and the reaching of the masses whose indifference make this condition possible The press of our county will take a leading part in this Educational Revolution and with the aid of the determined the yoke of ignorance can be thrown off In 76 the people struggled for political freedom Now the contention is for intellectual enlightment and a preparation for the greatest enjoyment of the blessings bequeathed by these forefathers By our acts we can prove our worthiness of such sires and guarantee a perpetuation of the institutions weve inherited To the work and lets hasten the day when Breckenridge can have not only one Clbest in newspaper world but many of great excellence in all lines of work performed within our borders A great many people have kidney anl bladder trouble mainly due to neglect of the occasional pains in the back slight rheumatic pains urinary dis orders etc Delay in such cases is dangerous Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are for weak back backache rheumatic pains and all kidney and bladder trouble Soothing and antiseptic and act promptly Dont fail to get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Accept no substitute Regular size SOc Sold by all druggists The Magnet Yes she advertised for a husband tad got 8700 replies Gracious She must have adver Used herself as very beautiful No she lldut She Just said she had 700 In the bank Kansas City Independent There is no substitute for thoroughgoing ardent and sincere earnestness Dickens Scientific Spanking consists in punishment only when a child is actually bail Some mothers think that all crying is badness its not When your baby cries look for pins or or some external cause if you cant find them give the baby Whites Cream Ver mifuge as the chances are it is suffering from worms which koep it hungry and cross all the time Pleasant to take sure in its action Price 23 cents Sold by AR Fisher r4Tl LJ I lV THE F RMERESOFBANK Of llardiiisbur Ky to Secretary of State at the close of business Dec 31 1908 Resources u LiabilitiesL- oans and Discounts 8911015 Capital Stock 1500000 Stocks and Bonds 520000 Surplus 475000 I Cash and due from Bks 1 1138183 Undivided Profits 612 Banking House and Lot 150000 Deposits 8886 145 Furniture and Fixtures 87500 Overdrafts 52059 10861757 Total 10861757 The above statement is correct J Respectfully 1 John D Shaw cashier L 4 q F L LV fiiffi it MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your 1i 8 family as a city residence You can do this by installing a m telephone and connecting with the Cumberland Telephone x Telegraph Company Special terms for farmers For further information call the manager of the fiff a Hi r93rarmham j9r h3r lrir rr r rh 3r3 A Straight Tip Customer Quick share please Bar ber Close air Customer See here what business Ila U of yours whether Im close or not Ill tell you one thing young tnllcII dout tip If thats wbnt you want to Know Puck Mutton Birds During six weeks every autumn tbeI 100 Inhabitants of the Australian Fur nenux Islands make enough money to support tthemselves iti Idleness the rest of the year They do this by catching the very fat young mutton birds which are hatched there In such mum hers that the flocks when they acl grate extend for miles They furnlsb food and ol which Is used for ullrlI eating purposes and also as a substitute for cod liver oi- lMakinSure Country Cousin Are you sure I am In the right train Town Relative who lilts had about enough of Itl Well I have asked seventeen porters and thirtytwo passengers and they all say Yes so I think youd better risk ItLondon Telegraph If thou contlnucst to take delight In Idle argumentation thou raaycst be qualified to combat with the sophists but never know how to love with men a or If in Jf are in of us at If of us at us lot us to as in to or at us is of of or to D Two room on Avenue I Well located far I5 per Cl 7cn 155 acres on and I I 4 r halls of Sinking road 2 miles from und f a good big barn 80 acres In oak and I The oak Is tie I never been can bo by water or rail 1 land both and hill for and fruit Plenty water year c ono third mail balance In easy Cl 362 acres on and j r of road 3 miles from two three big hOI and shop all 130 nero und pasture 22 acres in oak oak and sugar tree all size of the year Ouu third cash and easy terms on balance Cinn7 acres 1H miles from Molt Ollbo o hind In fonciug one dwol llus house 3 rooms 1 goal 1 barn 30x48 feet spring two This Is tobacco and corn land SO acres In white oak sugar tree an balllnco Plenty of road to miles and road to llol 1M farm Is notworn outI Stls Rood land farm for u man with a MEMBERS Of The Childrens Department Of The Breckenridge News OelzeKntherlneCurrieGrnceHenryBabbage RowlIdLouise EMillerBowlds Agneta Clifton Virginia Harris Marion D Sea ton Martha Jessie Lee and and BF Marie and Ruby Keenan Annie Let Stella Ball Sherman Ball S Bruner Edna Murphy Ellwitt Frank Percie Frank Opel Frank Ameil Frank Frank Earl White house Beavin Denard lieaviu SnyderLucy McGovern Adams Hattie Hendrick Dowell Edith Dowell Mary Walls Asia HnmbletODEIihue Dowell James E Marie Bruce Black SocratesReal Estate Department Do you want to buy farm you do you may find what you need this department interested tho following proprieties onco for owners name and address these places suit write what you want and you wanOt and man who very property yon looking recommend the following properties being productive and fair price Do Want Sell your farm business oil want for your property send price description onco and let show you how wo bring buyer and together This department conducted solely for the purpose enabling and sellers business proprieties quick sales Jno Babbage cottage Murray Items llardlnsburg yOU Sample Improvements dwohlllJ beech timber timber good Hooch worked Timber hauled either Limestone bottom Suitable tobacco good round payments 950 Hurdlnsburg Halls Sinking Sample Improvements onostory dwellings house blacksmith necessary under cultivation timber whlto black beech good Plenty good water round good situatedCpOUU Joins good shape good good cistern neverfalling ponds good wheat timber beech cleared good Good StophenaportsK stood miles This smallamity Justthc Theresa Rowland Forrest Dryden Mattingly Fort Pauline Hawkins Reed Ray Ashley Helena Mattingly Gladys Ellen Wentherholt Franklin Burden Mary Bates Bandy Robert Garland Lena Sudie Mattingly Valena Beulnh Ethel Minnola Allen Agnes Raymond Sipes Cooper Warficld BlackShafer Russell Dowell Witt Gladys Louella businees Just you any write none you once telling where introduce you the has the are for- Te You you cash anti seller buyers farms make month timber Terms barnes outhouses Pierce 800 1f acres C miles from Clovorport onOloverportprovements dwelling burn 28x36 feet and other out buildings I12 acres In orchard acresfubalance In state of good cultivation Two Ooodlimestonewheat Well located for market One third cash balance on easy terms FOR SALE A farm containing 250 acres and under fence A nice cottage cf live 15 rooms two cisterns a walled cellar with a store room over It two gout Ntock barns peachtreesall kinds of small fruits ln uMUCfaa nlct PSdelredbalanceproves of black locust bufllclcnUT tC wire tho whole farm In It Hos lieu rOI 1ClongFOIL SALE A splendid stand surroundedand physician In u good town by Rood prosperous farmers This Is just dbu8lneaeAn old established physlCtaan warns to retire Is lima reason for selling hat further particulars address JNO D BAUUAGB 9loyer port KY tlo w 1ft II G U f ffn t 3 1 0 f J n JJ i ft c I i U 011I L 1 i 4 a 1 r to- i1 a i a r r r Y- Y jIIJr4M 1 tp- e V Y Ifi I f 1 I t tt f Iv f r 1J j tIf t i J I Jt l i j t J j J i r THE BRECKENRIBGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday ibsoription Price 100 a your in advance CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money ii advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the addrsss subscribers should giv- ethir old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 TO THE KENTUCKY PRESS dWD OTHERS Tho girl who left the Breckon ridgo News oflico last Tuesday to attend the Kentucky Press Association in Louisville was truly in Jove with pFws paper work jind sinco her return homo she confesses Without hesitating that now she is in love with howspaper men It might bo more exciting if sho could use the singular form of the word men but to oven think of such is impossible for an editor brought down from the mountains his promising son and sovoial interesting bachelors were there and some pleasing widowers Laying all affairs of the heart aside notwithstanding they are a little serious that meeting was one of the best treats tho daughter of tho editor of the News has ever had It was indeed a pleasure to meet tho publishers whoso papers she has been reading since she mastered the Little Teacher and very instructive to her were the excellent addresses de livered by the capable newspaper workers who took part in the programmeTho ss gathering was distinguished by the presence of Col E Polk Johnson and the one who wrote The Pay thanks him for tho beautiful ovation he gave her And too she wants to thank nil Tho Courier Journal The Evening Post The Louisville Herald The Owensboro Messenger Tho Kentucky State Journal The Louisville Times The Elizabethtown News Tho Shelby Record The Pinovillo Sun The Williamson Courier The Weekly New Era The Sun Scntinal for the complimentary notices about the simple but earnest paper written by the assistant editor of the News The com pliments are appreciated and have strongly stimulated her Wishes and ambitions for greater accomplishments in journalism Gratefulness is felt for the encouragement especially from her home people from Superintendent Joel H Pile from Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman and others who moot her every day with some kind and unselfish ex pression Their good words arc worth more than silver or gold May each null every one who gave ono thought who spoke one wordwho oxprossed one wish for the succcssto the girl at the desk have a splendid 1909 filled with days of joy and plenty ofHPHY Your interest has made her pen lighter and her ink clearer A IJB CANT BE SEPARATED Some Cloverport People Have Learned Now To Get Rid Of Both Backache ami kidney ache are twin brothersYou separate them And you cant get rid of the back ache until you cure the kidney ache If the kidneys are well and Strong the rest ot the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health Doans Kidney Pills make strong healthy kidneys Elvin C West living on Main Cross St Elizabethtown Ky says Since I gave a statement recommend ing Doans Kidney Pills on April 1905 I have never failed to advise their use at every opportunity as they cured me of kidney complaint when other remedies failed I was troubled at times with backache which was so severe that I could hardly attend to my work and stooping lifting or any overexertion would cause sharp twinges of pain My kidneys finally became disordered and the secretions were irregular and un natural in appearance Doans Kidney Pills were recommended to me and I procured box They quickly cured me of the trouble and I am happy to say that during the last few years there has not heen the slightest recurrence of the trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 routs FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United StatesRemember the namo Doana and take no otheri Needed a Starter kneelIngprayersIlnlahedI forgot Mamma she said you Just start whizziugDelineatori Qualified 101Waitressihes In but shes no lady ILIte veracityfI i Had dyspepsia or indigestion for leers No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured meJ H Walker Ssnbury Ohio BRITISH PRINCES Very Different From the King In Exemption From Laws So privileged Is the king of England in everylawhis children might do pretty much us they like But Englishmen have al ways been very Jealous of royal per sonages and the fact Is that princes enjoy very few privileges Indeed A prince of the royal blood may be fined like any ordinary mortal If his motor car exceeds the legal limit of speed The Prince of Wales cannot be sued personally for debt If the debt Is not paid the creditor may take out a summons but he must summon the treas urer not the prince If the case goes against the treasurer the money Is paid out of the princes assets No child of the king who Is under twentyfive can marry without the kings consent Supposing however a prince over twentyfive desired to marry and the king refused his consent then the prince could give notice of his In tendon to the privy council After that he would have to restrain his patience for a whole year If during that time either the house of lords or the house of commons disapproved of the mar riage It could not take place But If both houses of parliament were antis fled the prince could marry the woman of his choice- A prince has not even the right to edu cate his own children for it was long ago laid down that the king has the care and education of his grandchil dren while they are minors London Telegraph Never can tell when you youll mash a finger or snffer a cut bruise burn or ThomasElectricquickly cures the wound =There Is an old fashioned lower ca ed Bouncing Betsey which every 01 should lore for one trur 1vN ijnvo v tlced that It prows m nl ncrl r graves as If trying tp T i r fact that some one wti inc ca forgotten It may ntn found corners of old fashioned gardens where protests tirely There are some denr old fash BouncingBetseyAtchison LatestLUKuryYoung tatberdo toliveevery theluxuryor London Globe QUARTERLY REPORT I OP THtt e First State Bank At the close of HitKiuess on the 3 1st day December 1908- fESOUHQE3 Loans and discounts 14181761 Overdrafts secured3JOverdrafts Duo from National Duo 4nti 831359 and Bunkers Duo from Trust Con piinks niinldnijilouso and lot 4000 00 EstateMortgages U S Bondsv BandsSpecie 3222 PO Currency 483100 807300 j Exclmn Clearings Other items curried as Cush 0100 I 100 OIl FixturesFund Current Expenses Last I Glyo description location value and how I long owned all reul estato except banking house and lot If any owned longer than Hvo years t l139LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 0cashSurplus Fund 2300 00 Undivided Profits 31210I Uuo Depositors as iol lows vl- zDeposits subject to chojk on which Int Is coDecheck on which Int Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Int paidTlmo of lIo posits on which Inn Is92I CO 39 ire 29 plld M Saving Deposits on patuCertified Duo National Banks Duo State Banks and Hankers Duo Trust Companies Cashiers Checks out standing Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends Taxes duo and unpaid Capital Stock not paid JC131I 39 SUllL MENTAUY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com puny or firm Including Intho 11 = tiiw lilllty of the company or firm thouoliability of the Individual mem hers thereof dIrectly or tndlrect ly If suili InUebtediiess exceeds cent of capital stocK actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the hank How Is Indebtedness stated InulJovoli Q Item 1 secured None See Sec 5S3 Kentucky Statutes lightest amount of Indobtcdnessof any director or ollicer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of BunK None See Soc 583 Kenlnricy Statutes How Is same secured II Does amount of Indebtedness of company or arm including In tho liability of the company or firm tho liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up surplusIt edness Amount of last dividend S GtO 00 Were all expenses losses interest mid taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of it profits of tho banK for tho period covered by tho dividend carried to the surplus fund be yesScuSeu90Are any brunch Institutions being conducted by your tanL Yes STATB i tCountyrs II II Kompcr Cushier of First State Bank II bank organized ltmullry II IIIOJ located and doing business In the town of Irvington In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respect a true statement of tine condition of said Hank At the close of business on the 31st day of December DOS to the best of his knowledge und belief and furthorsays that tho business of said bank has been transacted at tho loca Lion named and not elsewhere that a branch hank Is being conducted by said batik at Custer Ky that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice ve celved from tho Secretary of State designating tho 31st day of December 1003 as tho day all which such report shall ho made II IL KEMlEU Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo by II tl Kemper tho 31st day of December 100S r II McGlothlan Notary Public I CommIssion expires March 10 1010 MISERY IN STOMACH And Indigestion Vanishes in Five Minutes And You Feel Fine Why not start nowtoday and for ever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give ii- a it good eat then take Papes Diapep sin to start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick head ache and Dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will irelieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five minutes There is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your rood the same as a sound healthy- stomacr I would dolt When Diapepsis cars ycur stomach restsgets itself in order cleans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you i decide to begin taking Diapepsin Tell your druggist that you want Papes Diapepsin because you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion Morrison 4 Calhoon dentate office downstairs 216 Fourth treat both phones Owensborc Ky QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Custer Branch Bank- At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1008 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1817365 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured NotIonlUDanks I 4 177 78 Duo from State Banks 578144Duopanics lotOtherEstatoJIU s Bonds BaudsSpecie 1 03114 aExcllllnjfoOther Items carried as Cash 45000lundCurrent Expenses Last Quarter Give description 1011 tlon valuo and how long owned all real estato except bunking houso and lot If any owned longer than five years S 33 30023 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In ashSurplus FundS6 Duo Depositors as fol lows VIZMMDu posits subject to chu Jk on Is not paid S2000000 Deposits subject to cheek on which Int Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Int paidTime of do poatb on which int i- sSnvlngIoposltsop 12 004J7 32fW 37 paluCertllled Duo National Banks puo State Banks and Bankers Duo Trust Comuanlos t Cashiers Checks out Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends Taxes duo and unpaid Capital Stock not paid 33330 23 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com 11builyliability of tho individual mem hers thereof directly or Indirect ly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of tho bunk How Is idebtodnessstutcdinabovp Item 1 secured Sco Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes Illghtcst amount Indebtednessany director or ofllccr it amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stocU of BanK Seo Sue 583 KcntucKy Statutes How issamo secured hoes amount of indebtedness of uny person company or lirm Including In thu liability of tho company or firm tholIubll1ty of the IndIvIdual members thereof exceed SO per cent of paid up surplusIf edness Amount of last dividend Woro all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of tho banK for the period covered by tho dividend carried to tho surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared See Sec Still KentucKY Statutes This Is a brunch hunk of th FIrst Suite Hank of Irvlngton Ky STATKOF KENTICKY i COUNTY OF HHKCKKMUIXIK f SS A B Suter cashier of Custer Brunck Hank a bank organized March h ilK7 located and doing business In tho town of Custer in said county being du I Ir sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of tic condition of said bunk nt time close of business on th 31st day of Dec 1008 to the best furthersaysthatacted at tho location named und not elsw where that no brunch banks are conducted by said bunk and that tho above report Is made In compliance with an official notlcoro doslltllaUnit day oil which said report shall Iw mudo- A 11 SUTEK Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by A It Sutor the 2nd day of lun 1009 GILBEUT H PILE Notary Public Commission expires Keb 10 1010 W S PIUGOTT I DB J W MEAUOn Directors ALEX OKAY J I A Joyous and Pros perous New Year To Our Friends and Customers Severs Drug Co tra eCt 5 t 1 ISALEKrStorehouse and dwelling f jlI+ I lj 1 High Sts Cloverport Haslcistern and outbuildings Cel 0 Jar length of ouildintz A y w flood proposition For pur g It W ticulars call on or address ff- N f- xxI J ROBERTS Cumberland phono 152 jk- j i j Ilardinsburg Kentucky 4ftj V DR W M CASPERI At OlOTorport every day at Dr Ltehttoota OIfc 1Thurs l J LOOK LOOK LOOK litll BUY e BUY BUY eOe While the iron is hot Get busy and get bargains From Glasscock Co who Are closing out to quit busi ness New line of Outing Cloths and Ginghams Sugar 5 t12 cents a pound Coal oil 11 cents a gallon Still have a few 750 Over Coats going at 450 20 cent coffee at 15 cents 15 cent coffee at 11 cents XXXX package coffee 2 for 25c Flour 55 67 and 72 cents 175 Mens and Womens Shoes at 125 Womens 125 shoes at 100 Get busy we say and come Quick while the bargains last I Glasscock Co QLENDEANE KY 1 r Y T lFURS WANTED FURS I We forHides want especially Skunk Mink Raccoon Fox Opossum Otter and Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and returnsAgentsHEFEHKNCH An shiptoTry us with a shipment Established 1868 ISAAC KyInpaper JY JY II lIi1illi11IIIPrench Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of the I Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm It Cannoltoii I pmICity 7 2S am 2 22 pm Troy 7 35 am 232 pm ri jArrivem p 11 rfij Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 PAYS 20Rodsport56CanneltonI 5Tray5 I E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind IJ C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo IEllJM mIIlmllHJB lIIrIEEDSFresh Rtllible Pure Buarenleed to Plllle Ercrjawrtenerwa Planter should test the uprlor mei Its of Our- NorberDOrownSeada SPECIAL FFER FOR 10 CENTS wa will send postpaid our COLLECTIONI i 1 pkp PrlnMii tUdUk IIIe JOlpkfEl I pkr FilUrll Htrkt Uttn IIIe AIM M Y rlUl Cholw riowr BM I II egos Write fcxUrl foD4 10 ante to blp pty etiUf sadH puklor dad rehitabovramoa ColUetlon too ntt with ode M w tat InitractlT Otntn Galil T OUKAT NORTUKmN 8KKDCO 1381 ROM BU iltogkrordInlso15 i Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will conquer Cold in the Head Hay Fever and obstinate remedyimembranes Cleansing soothing And healing One trill you of its healing power All druggists or mailed i1lconVinyCeJ 56 Warren St New r1 York V 0 JIiu Ia I Co 0 0 l u 0 r h It vt N tr1 ElysIs Gives It cle- heals thebrans bransCaton away HCUll store TnsttgiRts Ely J =z C 7- las las las ItI vt J I I inwof Jt J reW reS red nd a b I 1 1t 1 rII t v b i- y t j ii I i t I IIr 1 s n 1 a j ljJ I i i f t t t r 1 CATARRHwRi Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Onco Itclcnnsoa soothes heals protects t the diseased raoni brano resulting front iCatarrh and drives away II Cold in time Ratones6 Taste and Smell Full size GO cts atDrug glflts or by mail In liquid form 75f cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street Now York the Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY JAN 6 1909 J PERSONAL t AND LOCAL j t j Thos Ferry has been ill several days itiMrs Jas Cordroy went to Sample last week Master James Skillman went to Holt last week Mrs Frank Fraize went to Louisville last week Miss Crenshaw has returned from Versailles Mrs Thos Wroe who has been ill is improving Virgil Babbage spent Sunday in- V Owensboro Worth hals style get the business Julian Brown Mr Bradley of Owensboro is visiting V relatives here Miss Mary Barrett of Owensboro was here last week The Misses McGavock visited at Skillman last week Worth hats do not cost 55 but they make you wonder why any other hat does Julian Brown Mr and Mrs J E Pate of Kansas are guests of relatives Mrs F N DHuy is very ill at her home in Evanston 11- 1Horacejand Beavin Tucker were in Stephensport Sunday Miss Cornelia Ditto of Louisville has been visiting in Big Spring Irvy Taylor of Custer has returned toLogisvilleTrainingSchoolMrs Hardins burg to spend the weekend If you want a cheap hat a good hat or a cap call on Julian Brown I Misses Susette and Frunus Sawyer fhave returned from Hnwesville Y Call at Johnsons for your lunches served at all hours of the day Mrs Nat Tucker and daughterLelin were in Stephensport last week Mrand Mrs Roy Gabbert of Skill man arevisiting Mrs John Ross Mr and Mrs Frank Lander went to Florida last week to spend the winter Mr and Mrs Ned Reese of Colum bus Ohio are visitingat Brandenburg Mr and Mrs David Duncan of Brandenburg were in Louisville last weekUse Golden Crown Flour Best Brand and is manufactured at home by Star Roller Mills Mrs Wade Pile of Mook went to Louisville Monday to buy housekeeping suppliesMr Mrs F M Burdette left last Monday for their suture home in Lynyille Pa A fine baby boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs C H Leaf at Tobins pOrt Tuesday Miss Ruth Younger and George Younger of Louisville were here dur during the holidays Mr and Mrs James Cordrey left Mbhday afternoon for Evanston Ill to see Mrs F N DH- uyDoesi the BabyThrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs Scotts Emulsion It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby Jf baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requ- iresSCOTTS EMULSlr r Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Send thlsadvcrtl eattogether with name ofpiper In which It appears your address and four cents to cover pottage and we will send yes aCenplete Handy AUu of the World OOTT ft BOWNE 409 Peari St ftew York Miss Minnie Blake of Louisville spent Christmas with relatives at Hnrdinsburg If you want a good cook stove call and get my prices before buying it will pay you Julian Brown Tho college boys and traveling menJ from this city left Monday after spend ing tho holidays with relatives Miss Bertie Ayres and Mrs Ben H Haynes of Hawesville have been the guests of little Miss Marion lichen I will carry the finest lIno of harness in Cloverport so you will snve money by seeing meJullnn Brown Geo Cubbage of Lcitchfield was at Hardlnsburg Monday He was a wit ness to the will of the late Robert SpencerI say as to Groceries nnd Shoes there is no one in it when it comes to quality with price Julian Brown D J Roberts has bought about 50000 pounds of tobacco at Stephens port His delivery began Jan 1 IflOg Mr and Mrs Marion Wentherholt and sons have returned from Vine Grove where they visited Prof and Mrs Crume Other good hats cost is Worth hats S cost 43 the only difference is t2 If you use your head you are 2 aheadIJulian Brown Dr J B Frymire Hugh Frymire and Geo W Dodson of Frymire attend County Court at Hnrdinsburg InstI Monday Seed Oats seed Potatoes field seeds or any kind of old seed I will be headquarters nnd will meet any prices in the State of Kentucky or Indiana Julian Brown Mrs Andrew Fairleigh and Mrs David Fairleigh will go to Brandon burg from Louisville tomorrow to seeC Mrs Lizzie Lewis Mr and Mrs Orville Frank of Hard insburg Misses Alice and Stella Pate of Mattingly were guests of Mr and Mrs P E Scott last week Rev W G Shelly of Louisville and Moses Bennett of Big Spring were in Hardinsburg last Monday to probate the will of the lato Alonzo Bennett The Bank of Glendeane is ending out a very prettvcalendar in the shape of a decorated china plate It is both useful and ornamental and n handy thing in the household Jas Couty of Nickerson Kansas visited relatives hero duiing the holidays His son Arthur Couty is plesant ly remembered here by many young people who seriously regret to hear of his continued illness- I will give every man woman and child that buys a pair of shoes from me between now nnd February the 1st 1909 1 free chance on 2M Dollar Gold Piece fmints gaoAu Mr and Mrs D Stuart Miller hove returned from Owensboro C V Robertson is convalescept from a serious spell of illness Capt James W Kayof Evansville is the guest of Mrs Wm Smart and Mrs Lizzie Geer Judge Wells of Callownywill succee Dr Milton Board as a member of the State Board of Control Mr and Mrs Edgar Lewis and two daughters Martha Eliza and Katherine May of Bradsfordville Ky spent Christmas with his mother Mrs Thos J Lewis at Owensboro J T F Owen of McQuady and the Penick Bros of Custer went to Louis ville Monday Constipation causes headachenausea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Donns Kegulets act gently and cures constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist CURIOUS FLORIDA HERB Rod Plant Which Feeds Upon Ants and Other Insects Almost everybody knows there are such things as insectivorous or carniv orous plants but It Is doubtful If ninny know wo have any such plants grow ing right hero in southern Florida Nevertheless there is a plantj or rath er herb growing here which is really InsectivorousIt that on account of its be ing extremely small it has escaped attention In fact it seems to have been overlooked by the botanists also as wo are unable to find it classed among the sensitive plants This Is an annual horbnud the en tire plant Including the flowers Is of a deep rich ml colqr It rarely reached n height of luoro than three inebe and Is never so broad Tjjo leaves uiv Hl ntulaltfJivMi inullBtiulied is ml ir sent mair t fq Pf ti i at their 11tnii Ca tle Jc Ac t IStn i whk1 it W1011 nn He juelodged In the fluid and disturb tluix fibrlllac tin leaves slowly acquirer deep cut shape and sometimes curl completely up over their victim Whet they have absorbed tho insect they shapoleavingremaining These plants grow on the very low fiat poor and sandy lands They ap pear In the late winter and early spring months Punta Gorda FJa Herald QUARTERLY RCPORF OF rUE The Bank of Gleiideane At the close of Business ou the Hist day I t of December 1908- RESOURCES 2dIISaMIdiscountsOverdrafts GO 00 I securedOverdrafts 130315 NationalHanks 10 000 50 Duo from Btuto Banks und Hunkers Duo from Trust Com panics Ranking House and lot 2700 00 Other Real Estate Mortgages U S lrouds Other Stocks und Bands Specie 599 08 08ExcluuHoOther Items curried us Cash 85Irulld10575QuarterGlvo description Jottlon valuo and how long owned nil real estate except banking house and lot It any owned longer than five years UII71S 114 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cusli 3 15000 00 417 HJ 9UndtvltledHue Depositors as fol VizDeposits die k on which int Is not paid 5 14090 40IDeposits subject to check on which hit Is PaliDemanddeposits on which Int Is paid Tlmo certificates of de posits on which Int Is paid 10050 00 310111 40 Saving Deposits on paidCertlllcd Duo National Ranks Duo Statn Ranks and Rankers Duo Trust Companies Cashiers Checks out standing mils rediscounted Unpaid dlvldinds duo and unpaid Stock not paid 4B7B3 V4 SUPPLEMENTARY Ugliest amount of Indebtedness of tiny stockholder person com firm Inolllrlltirv Intho It IHlnYQr tho company or firm the liability of the Individual mem hers thereof directly or Indirectly It such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stocK actwally paid In nnd actual amount of surplus of tho bank Bow lslndobtednessstatedinubovo Item lsccuretl See Sec 5S3 Kentucky Statutes lightest amount of Indebtedncssof any director or otllcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of HanK Seo See 5S3 KontucKy Statutes How is sumo secured hoes amount of Indebtedness of uny person company or drm In i hiding in till liability of thu foinpunyor firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed SO per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No tf KO statu amount of such Indebt edness Amount of lust dividend Silo Oct O- SWero till expenses losses Interest and tuxes diducted therefrom buforo declaring dividend and wasnot loss than 10 per cent of not profits of the banK for tieperiod covered by tho dividend flurriedI to then surplns fund b YesSeoSTATE OFICENTUCEYP- County I of Rrecklnrldgo iISS GlendeanoanddolntcOlendeanoInforegoing report 1u in all respects a true statement of time condition of saId Bank ofDecemberund belief und further says that time business locid nobrnuchsaiderecolvedfromtime81stQwhichCLsbhrSubscrlbtd EtWOO byMypI 11110DI KKDEANE Directors A EbmTH I TIPS IN SCOTLAND An Example of How Some Servants Win Their Wales A gentleman was Invited to a shoot in Scotland at two places close to gether HP arrived at the first place and Immediately after hIs arrival at the first house received a telegram calling him back to town He how ever determined to have one days shooting and to proceed to town by the night mall At the end of the day he gavo the head keeper 1 and asked him to send his gun and cartridge bag over to the other place for which ho had an invi tation and where ho proposed proceed- Ing In three or four days time On his arrival there after his visit to town he found hIs gun etc had not arrived wnereupon he wrote to the keeper asking him to forward it at once anti ho received a reply stat ing that when he the keeper bad re celved the other 4 to which he was entitled the gun would bo forward ed It was detained till payment was mnde The gentleman wrote to the keepers master ntd n civet1 n reply taut In the tilastert nrrer in rrvil IIrIOo his ptv I i ni9tii ur Itwt c niJi i11 tf 1 him to rl c or t- guestsin t AI 11 s Mr L T Hurst of Coatesville Ind R R 1 writesIfI find your Liniment tho best remedy I have ever tried for sore throat either for horse or man I once cured n case of sore throat on my self the second day and almost the first night which had continued for ove three weeks under constant treatment- of three physicians I was traveling and I was getting worseI + r 1t I wtiri O 7 rrwr7Lrr- r+ FOR RENrA furnIshed room In a resl convenient to business pert of town and dopes Apply in the News u0lce LOST Class pin with Initials O HS 1103 Manner return to Clun 1iillon Rewnrd POK IIENITwo splendid rooms In the1 News building tiUliuble fur a fcirml busi ness ALE Scholarship in Bowling Green University Howling Green Ky Breck enrldgo News IIEATER and cooker combined stove for News olllco FOIL HALETho Alex Hoyd property on St Call on It L Newkom SALEOno pair bay horbO mules three and four years old broke to Work Match It C Johnson Clovcrport Farm WantedA Wish to hear quickly from OWNERS ft N who will sell DIRECT TO BUYERS I 1tyNatOWN RUM only need answer who ore willing to close their own deal direct with BUYER without pnylnif any com mission to anyone lam no agent and accept no commission I wish to convent my niTMiiini s OF IIUVKHS with OWNERS so they ran buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some IWrltl11lulcklyI yourlowestL DrtRBYSIIIRE Pox 1812 Rochester NY I I TI L ERRATIC SCIENCE j Some Wonderful Answers by Schoolroom Small Boys Mushrooms always grow In damp places und so they look like umbrellas wrote a small boy In the science examination Other examples of the howler are complied by a writer In the Scientific American Air Is the most necessary of all the elements It there were no such thing as air I would not be writing this es say now also there would be no pneu matte tires which would be a sad loss Electricity and lightning are of the same nature the only difference being that lightning is often several miles In length while electricity Is only a few InchesAir usually has no weight but found to weigh about fifteen pounds to a square Inch The axis of the earth Is an imagi nary line on which the earth Is sup posed to take Its dally routine The difference between air and wa ter Is that air can be made wetter but water cannot Gravity Is chiefly noticeable In the autumn whou the apples are falling from the trees Things which are equal to each other are equal to anything else ttA parallel straight line is one which If produced to meet Itself does not meetThe blood Is putrefied In the lungs by Insplml nlr 10 HELP INJURED AUTOISTS First Aid Society of Automobile Girls Formed In Denver A society for first aid to Injured au tomoblllsts tins been formed by girls of Denvers younger social set They have decided that because auto ned dents are becoming so frequent wo men should know what to do when members of their auto parties are hurt It Is suggested that the society may become national In Its scope thenPhippsrdaughter of the Plttaburg millionaire Mrs Harold Kountre of tho New York family of bankers Miss May Klstler Miss Edith Thomas and others Tho young women are learning t reduce sprains bind up fractured limbs make and apply bandages and stop the low of blood by scientific methods The idea suggested Itself when ono of the girls sustained n sprained tinkle It did nut receive proper treatment at the time and as a result the girl suffered severely Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Irevnlencr of Kidney Disease Most people do not realize the alarm lag increase and remarkable prevalency ejby of kidney disease While kIdney dis orders the most common diseases that pre vail they almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who eon tent themieltts with doctoring the effects while the original diteai6 undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in during rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain inring it or bad effects following use tor wine or beer overcome ipleasant ne cessity of ibeing = c to go often curing the day a at up many uues during the 11 he mild and the extraordinary effecti of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need n medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and n book that tells all Jitmer R Co Btug are arc mm esamnootrwriting mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address lUughamtou N Y r II 4 is11 iSBr ttlJ i9 7Vt3 W1 t IWIJ Ht Reduction on I I IIAll Ladees Misses and Childrens CloaksII and Fur- sJCNOLTEBRO I I CLOVERPORT KY I Jt 1a v W W QI 0 I b 10 IQ Gregory S Co = Dealers In = 0 Building Material of All KindstJjtJjtJj- Wej wish to announce to the public that wo are still doing business at the same place and under the same name The management being conducted by the Junior man bcr of the firm Jas M Lewis who as a builder ohas hall a practical experience of SO yews in all clitlaO es and kinds of buildings which makes him compe tent toivc the information of the requirements needed in the construction of all kinds of buildings which will be freely and cheerfully given to any and all at= ant and all ttnleaRenu111ber us o 0 Gregory Company l1lOI I iti ititoI JJ I Cadick Milling Co EII JfMBjjrrel 0v J7 Doat Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat WorkTin and Electrical work Wo carry a full lino of Plumbers Supplies Mill Sup plies Tho best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One A Cloverport Foundry Machine Co 0 emms You CanIlive like lords 1m and have good home made tjbread and pica cakes cookies equal to andIthat mother used to if yon will use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR IThere is no better flour in the market As Hour is a lorge part of our liv- Ing Iit is important that it be good and Try CadickH lltlrtIFlour and you isfied to keep on using It Grandview 6 Indiana I9lJBli BANKf OF I CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 uuu Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful1 1nttcntion as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPOat CLOVEJlPORTKY L 4rw w w+ as v I 11 t l 1 n I na e 11 7 fI 0IU Ii Il w d lt n I I i yf t 1 t d t1 I j fF 7 TTT J T = I T1 T li I U it 1 1 o 1 rhfjJ b Ip S tl rf t- S tI 11 ttJS n t i tfP1 VI 0- ii j k d1 t- itFL f i fits LdgIt iit LttA tcJ t I f f1- t l11 rIi i r1 i I i I thr4 i 1Lxti1L i1Ii ift J 1Li i rr ts t t r r I 1 4 l1x 1 I l1I l1p y ttti il s 8- d r h r I A 4000 ContestShorthand Free I The Chartier students finishing 172 words ahead of all other contestants in the 4000 Shorthand Contest has a wakened a great interest Our graduates in this system now hold excellent positions in the 4th Ave and Main St houses IIwhere highclass work is demanded and none of these graduates were in Shorthand more than 12 weeks some were in only 10 weeks some 8 I This is a sample of the systems we teach and WHY we can graduate students in Bookkeeping in 16 weeks and in Shorthand in 12 weeks it POSITIONS GUARANTEEDIII IIBusiness men are constantly on the lookout for youngI people who can do a great amount of work and do it easy and there is such a great demand for our graduates so many more calls than we can fill that we will guarantee to place you in a good position when graduated At this writing we have a 65 position an no one to take it We often have 20 calls a month more than we can supply often in a week we have a half dozen good positions for graduates that we can not fill I A FAIR PROPOSITION I During the past three years we have demonstrated the real merits of the wonderful Chartier Shorthand and Actual Practice Bookkeeping We know their possibilities and while it might seem strange that we CAN and DO graduate students in 28 weeks for 80 and that it takes from 12 to 15 months with old systems and costs 150 to 180 yet with THESE SYSTEMS this is possible We know this as we have a host of graduates drawing excellent salaries and give Full Weeks Instruction IIINOW we are going to a January 4th admitting all who desire At IIthe end of the week having thoroughly investigated the work Ihaving paid no money you can then decide whether it is what you want and whether to take it or not Does it not look that we have great confidence in the systems to be willing to take you and teach you a week FREE and then let you decide what you want to do No school teaching any other system will permit you to do thisthe reason is the old systems are so hard to learn hat if you were to take a week free they could not induce you to take the course While with this system when you have been afweek you will be more anxious to take the course than everyWe know this and willingly give you the week FREE Make your arrangements to be here January 4th and at the end of the first week you will enroll for the course Enroll January 4th Graduate in Bookkeeping and Shorthand and a good position will be yours We guarantee results Bring your friends with you Day and Night IIsessions GLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS III 937 Sm 4th Ave aLouisville Ky II II I 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BEARDPresident I M1 II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON I Assistant Cashier IJ Pays per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as I the best banks in this state pay and as much as any bank can afford to pay QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Two States Bank At the close of Business on the 31st day December 1008- I1ESOUItCES Loans and discounts 73452 73 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from NationalHanks S 0210 W Duo from State Banks and Hankers 5CO 00 II Duo from Trust Com panies 0710 01 Dunking Honso and lot 509 89 Other Heal Estate Mortgages U S Bonds Other StocksSpe- clu I14M 40 Currency 4030 00 0080 40 oringsOther CashIrFurniture and Fixtures 155713 Fund to w Current Expenses Last 03sixGlvo description location value and how long owned all real estate except banking houso and lot if any owned longer than live years 5USS14 13 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 15000 00 Surplus Fund 873 18 Undivided Profits 3268 01 Duo Depositors as fol lows viz Deposits subject to cliuk on which Int Is 13Depositscheck OH which Int Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Int paidTimeposits on which Int Is 78paidSaving Deposits on paleCertlaed 73073 01 DueNational Hanks Duo Stato Banks and Bankers Duo Trust Companies Cashiers Checks out standing Blllb rediscounted Unpaid dividends Taxes duo and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUllLEMENTAUY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including Intho 11 llity of the company or firm thef liability of tho Individual mem bers thereof directly or Indirect ly If such Indebtedness exceeds cent of capital stocic actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank How Is Indebtedness mated Inubovo Item 1 secured None See Sec 693 Kchtucuy Statutes II IK litest amount of Indobtednessof uny director or oalcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paid up capital stock of HIIIIK None See See 583 KentucKy Statutes now is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or tlrm In eluding In thp liability of tho tho liability of theindividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus If so state amount of such Indebtedness Amount of last dividend g uco 00 Wore all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of nit profits of tho banK for tho period covered by tho dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Seo 690 KentucKy Statutes Aro any branch Institutions being conducted by your bank INo fl2214 13 BTAIJK ov KKSTHCK r I County of reckonrldltu fss John S Adair Cashier of The Two States Bank a bank organized Dec 14 1902 located and doing business In the town of Stephens port yln said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is in all respect u true statement of iho condition of said Bank lit tho closo of business on tho 31st day of December ivOS to the best of his knowledge and belief and furthersays that the business of said bank has been transacted at the loca tion named and not elsewhere that no branch banks are being conducted by said bank and that tho above report Is made In compliance with an offlcliU notice received from tho Secretary of State designating the 31st day of December 1008 as tho day on which such report shall bo made JOHN 8 ADAIR Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo by John S AdaIr tho 2nd day of January 1009 W F nOOK Clerk by Andrew Crawford D C B A SMITH I a W PAYNE Directors It A SIIELLMAN Times Changes Before wo were married you said youd lay down your life for me she Bobbed III know It he returned solemnly but this confounded flat Is so tiny theres no place to lay anything down Harpers Baz- arKILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH DrKings New Discovery FOR BOUGHS 8ofWoo OLDS trIal I Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATISFAarOJ OR MONEY REFUNDED I Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 Morris managed m a mW II BOWWEB President A B BKIMMAM Cashier F L LianxroOT VlcePresldcnt T ClUB SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured every way and by the very latest Interest paid time deposits Business great and small solicited msa iliati NI e o i r ifJi11IiBankIl 08I I Resources fa Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 8744 81 Cash in other Banks 4962 74 Banking House and Lot 502 S9 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 I Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 ITotal 90323 72 G S V 3 in on tN Capital Surplus Fund rJ I 1 time ij business have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid ning lor depositors every safeguard known to their protection and security Our funds arc guarded by a modern burglary and fireproof I safe and insurance is curried to cover losses by either burglary or robbery We pay 4 per cent iuterest on time deposits which is more than any other bank in county pays We believe in paying our patrons all we can for tho use of their money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated I it is not oldest and largest bank that is safest We take opportunity to thank our customers whose patronage make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business IS I r + yl THEI1 veld e- HOTEL8 Louisville Ky- I I Jz THE TWO MM Siddons Opinion of David Garrick Springer Barry David Garrick and Spranger Barry were both playing Romeo at tho same time In London Barry played it at Drury Lane on the Monday and Gar rick played It the next night at Covent Garden and the town was divided as to which was the greater Romeo In fact there was quite n great excitement about It and they acted it upon such different lines and with such mar velously different conceptions that people argued the case as to which Shakespeare Intended The fact is that Shakespeare Intended it to be acted well and It one mans temperament suited It best to act in that way it would do tor another temperament the other way So they asked Mrs Siddons who was the Juliet alternately with the same Romeo which she considered better of two and she said It Is dlflicult to nay They are both wonderfully great I will tell bow they Impress me in the balcony scene In the balcony scene Garrlck seems so eager so intense and so full of fire and spirit that Im afraid hell jump up In the balcony to me and Bar ry Is so lovable and fascinating that Im afraid I shall have to Jump down from the balcony to him- Humility It Is a curious fact of human nature that humility draws forth from tho world almost as much admiration eta courage As In the case of courage 1 It is almost Impossible wholly to con demo a character In which we see It and without it the greatest virtues leave ug cold If every good word which the Pharisee said of himself were proved true we should still dis like him We even dislike his mod W1t1aQtthej DIRECTORS W Beard D Richardson Dr A M Kincheloe C Robertson B F Beard safely At protected equipment Liabilities 12 Stock15000 00 777 18 091Amount 72 IWeWe our Breckenridgo the the has thatI Respectfully IJNO ADAIR Cashier mlffMj Fifth MgrIROMEOS end tho the but you Eskridge Total90323 1The most centrally located ard only IBrstclass hotel In the city making kJ1200 rate 111 Only one block from the principal 1tC shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres IStreet cars pass thedoor to all of the city- Everything neat andlclean panII g41fr 3lE ily The Human Temperature Put to the test of the thermometer it appears that the normal tempera ture of the body is almost invariable regardless of latitude or season Put ting the bulb of the thermometer un der the tongue of an Eskimo at the frozen north or of a man under the blazing sun of the tropics we find that In each case the body being In a state of health the temperature is about the same the difference not amounting to a degree We may say absolutely that the average normal temperature of a human being is about 085 degrees- ln just as we may say that at sea level water bolls at 212 degrees F New York American YbuSPECIAL OFFER YtrialN tomor Batlifaction guaranteed oryour money refunded Souvenir Collection wwhj = 1Ih 101101op m UoI np uyutUI iatar I aw1Mb r uBdrogCrer4CrodnAifxtaajI rmn PMU I Mil U4 UU Tulip tU tu- UUAUANTKEO TO PLEASE Write tadar mention this Paoer SEND 28 CEIST trrpoiUf 1 1 4 pMklif ft 4 Irttti tttiubU oeltotlca of elbm rutMll to 4PIlaooiTntaYtthilusottful54Bulb M lift of 8004 eld Fish i In Cammtmoratlon of thuwrl fuew 11IIIIlwl1 pnt hoe orhryUb this ColltloI- BbIod nmd Tulip Dula TUimtill flonlvpxlw I ofthda TlaeIalonort4tun21MI BI wHi W BUCKUCO BOCKPOED ILL I Dr Charles Stone PermanentDENTIST iIH 41 Office dyer CLAYBRPORT Ureckenrldgc Bank KENTUCKY 1 lI 0 Q XI n r t 1 CI u 0 Q itI i j n cT J ii b1 h 1a 54 i fi i iI iI I ii iI I I I iiI iI I I i I I i k I I 4 l I e P t e 4 ol0s 0u i a J h 6- CV H janeCable WW CopyrlIbt 1906 by Dodd Mead dlZ Company oc e0 ooacao 0i1 LaI VIn w1ho olcl clerk wass smiling toI ilmsclf an evil gloating smllo that would have shocked Banscmer had he turned suddenly Ho wants both of us toto come to the penitentiary muttered the son Yes as soon as possible Do you think shell go demanded Droom anx- Iously I dont know Im afraid not Not even to learn who her parents arc It might tempt her But she hates fattier Well sho can gloat over him cant she That ought to bo some satisfac tion Talk it over with her Shes hero isnt she Elias do you know who her par ents were asked Graydon quickly Ive thought you know as much about it r father The old mans eyes shifted Its a silly question to ask mo I was not a member of tho Four Hun dred my boy Nor was my father Yet you think ho knows Hos a much smarter man than I Oraydon Youll go with mo to see him Yes I cant speak for Miss Cable See her tomorrow Come out to my place tonight where the reporters cant find you Maybo you wont care to sleep with meIve but one bed you BCC but you can go to a quiet hotel downtown Im packing these things to store them for your father Then Im going back to New York to I tlvo on my income Its honest money tooWho sent me tho draft for five hun dred I did Graydon Forgive me It was just a loan you know I thought youd need something I havent touched It Elias Hero It Is Thank you No I wont accept It Tin sorry muttered the old man taking the slip of paper Graydon resumed his seat near tho window and watched Droom with God I burst from the wretched son leaden eyes as ho turned suddenly to pQsumo charge of the packing Well Boon be through he said shortly For an hour the work went on and then Droom dismissed the workers With their pay The storage van men Were there to carry the boxes away Graydon sat still and saw the offices divested Secondhand dealers hurried off with the furniture the pictures and the rugs An expressman came In for the things that belonged to Elias DroomThere said the clerk tossing tho umbrella Into a corner Its finished ffheres nothing left to do but removo ourselvesElias did Mr Clegg know about fathers conviction when ho offered me tho placo In New York asked Gray don as they started away fs thats tho beauty of it Ho admires you Youll take the place Not until Ivo talked It all oyer with him tomorrow Droom called a cab and the two drovo over o tho Wells street rooms Graydon relinquishing himself completely to the will of the old man I During the supper which Droom pre pared with elaborate care and far into tho night tho young man sat and lis tened without Interest to tho garrulous talk of his host who explained the mechanism and purpose or two models One was i13 the nature of a guillotine by which a person could chop his own head off neatly without chance of fall iire and tho other had to do with theIimprovement of science in respect shoelaces toII R CLEGG was not long In convincing Graydon that his proposition to him was sincere and not the outgrowth of sentiment A dozen men In the Ofllco greeted Graydou with a I armth that had an uplifting effectI lightertlignI4 again In two weeks he was to lieI la absolute control of tho New York branch He assured the firm that his fkyfilcal condition was such that ho Otuld go to work at once if necessary A mislugalii newspapers had heralded his r- efriiuld had hinted broadly atrolljI tiY mantle developments in connection with Miss Cable who Is at the Annex with Mr and Mrs Cable Thero were brief references to the causes which sent both of them to tho Philip I pines and that was all Without hesitation he came to the point by asking if sho knew what had befallen his father Jano had heard the news the night before He thereupon put the whole situation before I iher just as It had been suggested in Drooms Ironical remark It was not until after tho question had been passed upon by Mr and Mrs Cable that she reluctantly consented to visit Gray dons father solely for the purpose of gleaning what information she could regarding her parentage They left tho next day with Elias Droom depressed nervous dreading tho hour ahead of them Neither was In the mood to respond to the eager excited remarks of tho old clerk The short railroad trip was one never to bo forgotten i impressions were left in their lives that could not bo effaced James Bansemer shorn and striped was not expecting visitors He was surprised and angry when he was told that visitors were waiting to see him For four weeks he had labored clumsi ly and sourly in tho shoe factory of the great prison a hauler and carrier His tall figure was bent with unusual toll his hands were soro and his heart was full of the canker of rebellion Al ready In that short time his face had taken on the look of tho convict All the viciousness In his nature had gono to his face and settled there Ho had tho sullen dogged patient look of the man who has a number but no name The once dignified aggressive walk had degenerated into a slouch He shuffled as he came to the bars where ho was to meet his first visitors Ho was not pleased but he was curious Down in his icart he found a hope that his attorney had como with good news It was not until he was almost face to face with his son that he real ized who It was not until then that he felt the full force of shame ig nominy loathing or himself He started back with an Involuntary oath and would have slunk away had not Graydon called out to himcalled out in a voice full of pain and misery Tho convicts face was ashen and his Jaw hung loose with the paralysis of dismay His heart dropped like a chunk of ice his feet were as leaden weights A look of utter despair came into his hard eyes as he slowly advanced to the barsMy God Graydon why did you come Why did you como here 7 ho muttered Then he caught sight of Jano and Elias Droom His eyes dropped and his fingers twitched To save his life he could not have kept his low er lip from trembling nor the burning tears from his eyes His humiliation was complete- A malevolent grin was on Drooms face Ills staring blue eyes looked with a great Joy upon the shamed beaten man In the stripes The one thing thqt he had longed for and cherished had come to pass He had lived to see James Bansegier utterly destroyed even In his own eyes Father I cant believe it I cant tell you how it hurts me I would willingly take your place If It were possible Forgive me for deserting you Gray don was saying Incoherently when his father lifted his face suddenly a fierce horrified look of understanding In tho eyes that flashed upon Elias Droom Even as ho clasped his sons hand In tho bitterness of small joy his lips curled Into a snarl of fury Drooms ryes shifted Instantly his uneasy gnzf directing Itself as usual above the head of its victim You did this curso youl came from the convicts livid lips And this girl tool Good God you knew I would rather have died than to meet Graydon as I am now You knew It and you brought him here I hope you will rot for this Elias Droom She comes here too to gloat to rejoice to see how I look before my son In prison stripes Ho went on violently for a long stretch ending with a sob of rage I suppose you aro satisfied he said hoarsely to DroomGraydon and Jano looked on In sur prise and distress Brooms gaze did not swerve nor his expression change Father didnt you expect mo to como asked Graydon Dont you want to see me Not here Why should I have tried to keep you from returning to this country God knows how I hoped and prayed that youd not see me here Elms Droom know It Thats why ho broueht you here Dont lie to me Broom I know Hr What could you expect mum I bled Droom Down In your heart you wanted to see him Ive done you a kindnessFor Ill repay you somo day cried the prisoner a steady look In his eyes Now go away all of you Im through with you Youve seen me Tho girl Is satisfied Qo Nonsense father cried Graydon visibly distressed by his fathers an guish Ellas said that you wanted to see us Jano did not como out of curiosity Sho is hero to ask Justice of you Shes not seeking vengeance Ill talk to you lone said nclsaueci shortly Send her helI I n OOq OGp 1Jy George Barr- McCutcheon Author of Beverly of Grausiark Etc aac o IIVCnothing to say to nor or uruum Jane turned and walked swiftly away followed by Droom who rubbed his long fingers together und tried to look sympathetic The Interview that ensued bcty eon father and son was never to be forgotten by either Gray don heard his fathers bitter story In awed silence heard him curse deeply and vindictively heard all this and marveled at the new and heretofore unexposed side of his nature There was something pathetic In the haggard faci and the expressions of Impotent rage His heart softened when his other bared his shame to him and cued out against the fate which had brought them together on this day It doesnt matter father said Graydon hoarsely I deserted you You did this curse you came from the convicts livid lips and Im sorry No matter what yduvo done to bring you here Im glad Ive come to see you I dont blame Elias For awhile Im afraid I rather held out against coming Now I am glad for my own sake I wont desert you now I am going to work for a par don if your appeal does not go throughDontI wont have Its exclaimed the other Im going to stay it out It will give me time to forget so that I can be a better man If they let mo out now Id do something Id always regret I want to serve my time and start all over again Dont worry about me I wont hamper you Ill go awayabroad as Harbert sug gested His advice was good after all Understand Graydon I do not want parole or pardon You must not undertake It I am guilty and ought to be punished the same as these other fellows In here Dont shudder Its true Im no better than they- I hate to think of you In this awful place began Graydon Dont think of me But Ive seen you here father cried the son A pretty spectacle for a son laugh ed tho father bitterly Why did you bring that girl here That was cruel heartlessGraydon tried to convince him that Jane had not come to gloat but to ask a favor of him A favor eh She expects me to tell all I know about her eh Thats good laughed Banscmer Father she has done you no wrong Why are you so bitter against her Its not right Its not like you Bansemer looked steadily at him for a full minute Is she going to marry you Gray donShe refuses absolutely Then shes better than I thought Perhaps Im wrong in hating her as I do Its because she took you away from me Give mo time Graydon Some day I may tell you all I know Dont urge me now I cant do it now I dont want to see her again Dont think Im a fool about It boy and dont speak of it again Give me time She Is the gentlest woman In tho worldYou love tier Better than my life GraydonII hope she will change bar mind and become your wife You do I dont understand Thats why Id rather she never could know who her parents are The shadow is Invisible now It wouldnt help matters for her if it were visible Shes better off by not knowing Has Droom Intimated that he knows Uo says he does not Ho lies but at the same time he wont tell her Its not In him to do it Ho has served tno ill today Ho has al olwaysIrevolver I discharged him for that I told him to appear against mo If ho would He was free to do so but curse him ho would not give me the satisfaction of knowing that he was a traitor Ho knew Id go over the road anyhow Hes been waiting for this day to come Ho has finally given me tho unhappiest hour In my life After a few moments ho quieted down and asked Graydon what his plans were for the future In a strain ed uncertain way tho tyo talked of tho young niunfl prospects Rat the ad Vantages they promised T Go ahead GraydoiLaml dont tot BABY TORTURED I fOR 6 MONTHS By Terrible Itching Eczema Face SoreSpreatoi S ratch Until He BledTiny Sufferer Immediately Relieved and ENTIRELY CURED IN 2 MONTHS BY CUTICURA I When my son Walter was threo weeks old eczema appeared on his face Wo di not know win t It was so went to a doctor who treated him for three months Then ho was BO bad that his face and head were nothing but ono sore and his ears looked as if they were going to fall off so wo tried another doctor Bo said ho could cure him and wo doctored them four months the baby never getting any better His hand and legs then had big sores on them and as for his sleeping we could not suffered scratchingbut allbloodywe tried a set of the Cutlcura Remedies lethimtho sores were gono but it stayed red andsometimes it would itch so we hohadtwo years and seven months old and hopethlsfrom skin disease Every motherwho has a baby suffering with skin theroIsFD3San Antonio Tex AprlC07 Is2tcndisfiguringIrritationsfromremedies laU toCleansetealthel tholormfotoworldPotteror Mailed Free Cutlcura nook on Skin Dlspami the shadow or jouf tuiuer haunt you Dont forget me boy because I love you better than all the world These arc strange words for a man who has fallen as I have fallen but they aro true Listen to this You will be a rich man some day I have a fortune to give you my boy They cant take my money from me you know Its all to be yours every cent of It You see FatherIlet us not talk about It now said Grnydon hastily a shadow of repugnance in his eyes Banseme- studied his face for a moment and a deep red mounted to his brow You mean Graydon he stammered that you you do not want my moneyWhy should we talk about It now Because It suggests my death No no father 1 You need not say It I understand Its enough You feel that my money was not honestly made Well we wont discuss It Ill not offer It to you again It wont make any difference dad I love you I dont love your money Or tithe way 1 earned It Some day my boy youll learn that very few make money by dealing squarely with their fellow men Its not the cus tom My methods were a little broad er than common thats ell I now notify you that I Intend to leave all I have to sweet charity I earned most of my 111 gotten wealth in New York and Chicago and Im going to give it back to these cities Charity will take anything that is offered but it doesnt always give In return At tho expiration of the time allotted to the visitor Graydon took his de partureGraydon ask her to think kindly of me If she can Ill como down again father be fore I go east No I almost shouted James Banse mer I wont have itl For my sane Graydon dont over come here again Dont shamo me more than you have today Ill never forget this hour Stay away and youll be doing mo the greatest kindness In tho world Prom ise me boyl III cant promise that dad It Isnt a sane request I am your son My God boy dont you see that 1 cant bear to look at you through these bars Go Please go Goodby Write to me but dont come here again Dont Its only a few years Ho turned away abruptly his shoal der drawn upward as if in pain and Graydon loft tho place weakened and sick at heart Jane and Droom were awaiting him In an outer office The former looked Into his eyes searchIngly tenderly Im so sorry Graydon she said as she took his hand in hers All tho way back to Chicago Elias Droom sat and watched them from un der lowered brows wondering why It was that he felt so much lonelier than no ever hind felt before wonnoniw too in a verve sort of way why he was tint able to exult after all TO BE CONTINUED TOO MUCH PACE You feel as if you had one face too many when you havo Neuralgia dont you Save the face you may need it but get rid of the Neuralgia by applying Balards Snow liniment Fittest thing in the world for rtonnmtism neuralgia burns cuts 1slamo back and all pains The Century IN 1909 will have some remarkable articles unpubUshcdIpen great sculptor SAINT GAUDENS wrote diedireport of a remarkable conversation with the Giuu rAN EMPKHOU wilt ap pear in TUB CKNTUHY and an inter view with the great pianist PADKUKW sir ANDHEW CAHNKQIW Is writing on the Tariff for it Articles by Gito VKII CLKVKDANDS nearest friends will tell the intimate story of his life fIns RICK the author of Sirs Wigy contrid bute a great novel and THOMPSON SI roN a splendid new talc of animal life The COLORED PIOTUHBS will be more beautiful than ever Send for prospectus and special sub scription offers TilE CKNTUIIY Co Union Square N Y QUARTERLY REPORT OF TH- EBreckinridge Ban At the close of Business on the 31st day of December 1908- RESOURCES Loans and discounts 145704 O Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 376 57r NationalHanks 3 20255 63 Duo from Stato flanks and Bankers 32 40 20288 Duo from Trust Com 3724 71I panics Dankln House and lot Other Heal Estate Mortgages US Bonds MSpecloI 96ExchanJtoI Other Items curried as Cash 2250YundI Current Expenses Last Quarter Give description loitton value and how long owned all real estate except banking bouse and lot It any owned longer than five years J337348 10 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash I 4510- 0Surplus 00 Fund 8600 00 Undivided Iroflts follows Deposits sUbject to chock on which tat Is 6762130Depositscheck on which lut Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which lut paidTime of de isr113777 00 Saving Deposits on which m Int Is piikl Certified Ch cUn 81593 30 Duo National Hunks Duo State Banks and Hunkers Duo Trust Companies Cashiers Checks out standingmile Unpaid dividends Tuxes duo and unpaid Capital Stock not paid M u heri tells day 1353 ro nixes 704 71 SPIILEMKNTARY highest amount of Indebtedness of tiny stockholder person corn pany or firm Including Intho 11 blllty of tho company or firm the liability ot tho Individual mem Indirectly 20 per centot capital stock actunity paid In and actual amount How of lndobtodnossstatedinabovo Item secured m Statuteslllgany director or o Ulcer It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent ot paid up capital stock of lanK StatutesHowDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In the liability ot tho thoIndividual tho liability of members thereof exceed SO per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus Not so stato amount of such Indebt edness B Amount of last dividend Wero all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of not profits of tho buiiK for tho period carried to tlodsurplus fund dividend bo YesSueAro any brunch institutions being conducted by your bank Io 237350 to j STATE OF KENTUCKY I s County of KrucklnrldKo f 155ll Brecidnridgoflunk andduhlotClovorportsays Ui trl going report Is In all respects u ruS slot meat of the condition of said Ilium i otIItCtmblrand iMliif mid further says that time business of said imilk has been transacted at tho loca nobranchmnk Iud th it I lie above report Is made In receivedrrowtime91stwhich uI report sli ill be made CaslilorSubscribed JanuaryIOO 1912WA It IltfUKIt Directors K L UOUTFOOT I 7 lie Meanest Mon In Town Is the one who always wears a frown is doss and disagreeable and is short andII sharp in his answers Nine cases out of ten its not tin plor follows fault tts his liver and digestion that make him fceloo miwrablo he cant help being disagrt +e abieAre you in danger of getting il that condition Then start ut once Inking Uallnrds Ilcrbine for your liver tlo safe sure and reliable ble regulator Sold by A RJJ Fisher III1t Holiday Presents I Latest Styles In BRACELETS WATCHES RINGS and JEWELRY NOVELTIE- SAt Popular Prices Cull to see us or writ for catalog C M Wiseman Son IJ2 W Market St Louisville Ky ta si mayquicklyCommunllllotlonspatentsIatflou thoScientific rargoetclrtcniatlonyears four months ti Sold brail tiowidealon 1 YorkkSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes 7All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erste prices Expert tailors em ployedI J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCanncltonInd H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- tJARDlNSBURO KY thoCourtscountcollectionsroadLlcensetoCourtsOfllco w IF e it is the surest and safest place you want to havoyour watch repaired go to T C LEWIS ho knows how and does as ho knows Ho has ono of the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis CouiOjlho is glad to welcome youlnndlgive you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L Ii 6 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport5D7 PointStlte125AIINo lally Mall and txpresleaves Olo verport 10107 A M stops tit all way stations arrives Louisville 1258 p m Train No 141 Dally fustmall leaves Clo verport458 p m stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaccommo1atlon WEST BOUND n No 147 Dally Henderson accommodation waytationsoxpressleavesOwonsboroRtan10ySt Louts 750 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Clovorport 74l p m Evansville 1033 p m Stops at all stations No 14Sdaily St Louts Gist train leaves ale forport 110J PI arrives Kvunsvlllol35 A- RStLouisf40A ftff stops at Hawusvllle- Owonsboro and Henderson only betwQenLoulsvlllecars and tree reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 14A between Louisville KvansvlUo and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday loaves Fordsvlllo 1300 ti rriVos Irvington 040 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaver tordsvlllu330pm arrives Irvington 530 p luTrain No 6 Sunday Only Fordbvlllo700a m Irvlneton 935 am WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1110 a mot arlvos Korclsvlllcv 255- 0TrnlnNo5 Dully loaves livlnston 705 p m arrives Kordsvfllo 1015 u m Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office In connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here Is a fine opportunity for a man with R small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky I I 0J i calkI n J4 v 11 J rn 11 r C I I I I 1 ryllU ryllI I r 11r r 11i i 1 I A s y l tt9 R ll C L Ut t0- 0 Jj 1 Ii JI4n- I t i J t Il J- tt f X I H GREAT EDUCTIONSALEJ JThrtyUtree and Onethird Per Cent ofti j In order to reduce our stock and make room for our Spring stock we make a big cut on all our a1 Clothing Ladies and Childrens Cloaks Furs and I 1 Skirts Mens and Childrens Clothing and Overcoats F it onlyIII II 3 I 3Suits rangeiI rangefrom prices rangefrom Suits For instan listWewill arrive about Feb 15 sale for CASH ONLY No produce taken in exchange unless 33 13 per cent isI taken off same as we make on our goods No such an opportunity ever offered the public as we are Come quick and make your the stock is full come first served and first to secure the cream of r the bargains 1 P SHEERAN BRO CO KIRK KENTUCKY DUKES Mrs Jack Tindle is ill at this writingi Mrs Julia Higgs of l EV4nsvl11eI II the holidays with her Ellen Hasbam Misses Artie Carman and Sissie Field en and Mr Ellis Carman of Llvi spentseveral days here last week visit ing relatives Homer Tindle and Eddie Powers attended the Xmas tree at Patesville Xmas night- RalphShl1w of Midway spent Tuesday i with Cicero Rearden Mr anti Mrs Dan Alsip of Hawes vine and Mrs Jim Basham of Maceo = BABYS ITCHING INTOLERABLE Girlof Six Months had Fearful Attack of EczemaSpread All- Over I Her Face and Eyes Began to Swell = Scratched Till Blood Came Relieved in a Night and CURED BY CUTICURA AFTER LONG SUFFERING littleWhen m girl was six months old I noticed small red spots on her igut cneoa 1 urn not tthem o tor who said it was ringworm Ho pro scribed an oJnfment which I used for tw weeks but instead o eruptionhn to make it worse Then Twent to a thobabyme an ointment which did not het ofthor The disease in tho meanUm spread all over tho taco and tho oy nnxlousfbetio tho babys hands to tho cradlo to prevent hot scratching Tho wastorrible buthQyI t without relief thoCutlcurn oneforeveningIYcannofind havobecometho Cuticura Remedies until tho eczema entirely disappeared Tho child is no usethreaof Cuticura Ointment and one bottlo t Cuticura Resolvent and I never uso any other soap I always recommend themI soIwhich sho had taken just after sho w asand ShcldonIaCuticura Soap 25c Ointment liOn Resolvent tfCcriiand CnocolAtt Coated lUIs 25o are sold Corp6ule I MMaauod tree vJUCura Doolt ou SkID DIaeI I Cloaks at spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jerry BashamjThomas McGavock Hugh McGavock wife and sister of Webster visited friends and relatives here last week re turning home Saturday They were accompanied home by Miss Ethel Campbell I- aTheladies Missionary Society meetm at 2 oclock on Wednesday cvcaln after the fourth Sunday in each month Mr and Mrs John Arbra of Pates ville spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother Will Arbra Miss Eva Powers returned to her home at Goering Saturday after a- IIlengthy visit with Miss Pearl Basham Rev J S J Brear of Clifton Mills t closed an eight days revival meeting at this place Dec 23 He did not have any help in preaching but the churchI was alive from the beginning Ther were eighteen convertions and eighteenI additions to the church Wave Bowling married his cousin Miss Bowling of Bowling Chaple andl Marion Bowling of Roseville marriedI his cousin Miss Verdie Bowling of thisII I place They were all married in Hawes ville Christmas eve morning Always have Kennedys Laxative i Cough Syrup handy especially for the children It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar It cures the cold by geutly moving the bowels through its laxative principle and at the same time it is soothing for throat irritation there by stopping the cough There is noth- Ing as good Sold by all druggists IdeaoHuh Do you know where Broadwny isZ Say trot Souse take me fer Aw dont youse believe I know Yes of course but I dont know Tell me how to get there from here Aw youse know howIstrangero I esQuit ycr kiddlaV Where Is roadway Gwan This way or that way I Yer strlngln mett Will you tell me where Brondwa I IsII raIiey Jimmy heres a guy wotsczc he dont know where Broadwny 181 I New York Times J Holdupu was f 1 held upsn his work health and hap o hopeJessLips tocfall kinds of remedies and treatmc I from several doctors but fopnd no he till he used Dr Kings New Discovery j was wholly cured hy six bottles He is a well man today Its quick tobitj I relieve and the surest cure for weak or anw1 Asthma Skirts- at regular range from 150 to 8 This buying making while First and all bronchial affections sOc and 100 Trial bottle frea Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co EATING TOO MUCH dvernutitlon IIt just as Harmful as Malnutrition- It is an acknowledged tact that al muchgdigestive organs are constantly overtrained and finally weakened When wisely followed the practice of fasting can be most beneficial An ex pert on the food question has said that withrthe feeling of hunger which is an ex perlcnco known to very few of us On the contrary the majority of peo pie leave the hoard with a stash of burden which only au hours siesta can alleviate This is not so much unI theesimple life obtains now in the foal tenable cuisine but It Is the quantity taken There is a large community at the present moment which fasts from breakfast time till dinner at night It Is a question It It is wlso to tears the stomach entirely without food during all those hours but there is no ques lion that the lighter tho lunch taken the better will be the health of the iindividual By n light lunch In this instancei is meant what most people would not call a lunch at allthat is to say a few crackers with cheese a much maligned article of diet a few nuts and a bit of fruit or a cup of aleastand in no way taxes the digestive or Band Overnutrltlcn is just as harm ful an malnutrition and is far more frequently the cause of maladies With judicious fasting the system re covers its lost tone and mental work ers would find that the brain worked with surprising lightness for the brain is one of the chief sufferers from over eating New York American Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications a8 they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho car Thera Is only ono way to cure doaftiQss and that Is by constitutional remedies Dcufnctfc is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is inflamed you hare u rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely closed Deafness la the result und cutytube restored to itg normal condition hearing will bodestroyod forever nine cases hotel ten are caused uyUatarrii which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars tree F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Bold by Druggists 75c Tuko hails Family Pills for constipation The Other Course 11Ifindbestipfriendly letter falllpg to produce tbo effect we de lrcCllentes t see Jones if 1 cannot get what I want by fair meals I must put the matter unreservedly into your Punch bandsII Furs at selections WAS largthat itf EVERY MOTHER littleonesI to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia then to something more serious Bal lards Horohound Syrup wilt cure the trouble at once and prevent any compli cation Sold by A R FisberI One Thing He Could Not Have Although there was no sort of toy which could be bought and for which Harold had expressed a desire that tree not irf his possession be still had his unsatisfied longings I know what I wish 1 was mother he said one day when his own big brother bad gone away and the little boy across the street was ill Yes dear said his mother Perhaps you can bo It Harold mother soldlerTNo fully I Just wish I was two little togetherYouths Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then usa Bucklens Arnica Salve and forest them It soon drives out pain For Scalds Wound Cut and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures 6kln Eruptions 01 Boys at frangefrom is spent checks Burns I Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 2c at Severs Diug Co Horseshoes The superstition about luck in hors shoes dates back too far for record thehorseshoeones path was accounted a sign of good luck and as horseshoes were more commonly picked up than any other partlcular andtheIn Aubreys Miscellanies written 200 years ago the author mentions upInof the houses in the west end of London have the horseshoe on the thresh oldTbe horseshoe to possess virtue must have been found not purchased or looked up Admiral Nelson had great faUlt in the luck of the horse shoe and one was nailed to the mast VictoryLondonChroncle Dont let the baby suffer from eczema DoansOintment gives instant relief cures childrendAll druggists sell it J Dont Oct a Divorce A western judge granted a divorce on account of illtemper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation Troubelei the illtemper dispel colds banish head aches conquer chills 25c at S Drug CoI If The Brakemtnt Advice Down in Maine Is a town called Burnham situated on a small branch UneiatBurnbamtrain approached the latter place the brakeman entered the car and in bis thronghisb statJopandBurnham Junction be shouted Burnham Junction Change carsfor Burnham Leave no articles in thjfe carl Burnam Buruamr Lipping eotta jgI HENDERSON ROUTE NOTEs t Home Seekers Rates j JJJJ To tho West and South West first aid third Tuesdays viaL H St LJ 1 Johnson the new resturant man is iff good cook and will give you agboii meal for 25 cents 0 I Statement of Condition of The IIBank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company ft f I x Of IlardlnsburirKVtat the close of business December 31 1908 m r St v t iu I Resources Liabilities Notes and Dills J 28805775 Capital Stock Paid ln1 5000000 i Wl Cash in SafeJ788125v Surplus and Undevided Profits 1 1090181 1BJCash in other Banks 2888357 Dividend No 37 3 per cent 150000 Stocks and Bonds 405136AmountJ due Depositorsr278808911 6 louse and Lot 180000 i IIIIBanking f 1m Estate h 13679 and Fixtures Im 40000 f Total 34121072 TotaI4g3412iQi721 liju iJ i t n rm fr- ra4i J r v r td l 1mhI tveryrespectfully rti c S M H BearllCasiier f0Iti 2 n J CJ U rCi vI- I It- J w ufJ titt r- h n c IJaI ytt 0- L I vii rl tpa ti- a L 0 III l r j St- r I f i If I I r f JJna JJ J a 1I t Ii tI I I 1 t I L Jt r r v- I i 0- t J o