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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n s 1tt it r n t oIt 1 Ci THEBRECKENRIDGENEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT+ KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1909 8 Pages NO 28I i t i J ea ClI + I I c a i it fy L t I j tI ii j i i a i u y I 1 1I IRVINGTON a Miss McGavock And Mr Bandy Married Marriage Of Miss Pike And Mr Lamkin SolemnizedI uMr and Mrs Harrison of Korea will deliver Addresses from the Method istchurch Ihfc fifth Sunday Irvington will be particularly interested in them 1Jecausctheynre related to Post Master Woods of Louisville Mrs julia Clarkson left Monday for Minot North Dakota to spend the winter with her daughter Mrs A M1 HardawayMiss McGavock and Mr James Bapdy fyfero quitely married Tuesday afternoon at 5 oclock at the homo of the brides father Mr Tom McGavock living hear Webster The ceremony was performed by the Rev E W Graves Only a few relatives and friends being present and immediately after the wedding the young couple left for their new home in Webster to Mrs Forest Van Meter of Atlantis Georgia arrived last Monday for an indifinite visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb Miss Mary Henry left for Ekron last week to ba the guest of her sister Mrs Richardson Mrs H B Head leaves today for Garfield for a visit to Mrs A A Rich ardson Mr H H Kemper who has been away for the past ten days on a prospecting tour through the West home Friday Mr Kemper returnedI much pleased with his trip but he was glad to get back to old Kentucky Quite a number from here attended the HendersonLyddan wedding at Webster on Thursday afternoon Mr Tony King has made a number of trips to Louisville in the interest of the McHines damaged suit against the street railway company Mr King being the chief witness in the case King Nevitt shipped a car of stock to Louisville one day last week The snow that has been with us the1 past several days may be alright for young wheatbut hard on the people and especially the business people The interest in the private school still continues and quite a number have been added since the holidays with the prospect of more to follov A change in the firm of Ashcraft Ashcraft took place on last Thursday January 14 Mr Davis Ashcraft hav ing bought Mr George Ashcrafts in terest Mr Ashcraft will continue the business at the same stand on Main street and will conduct a much larger business which will he quite a help to our town He is an experienced and through business man and we bespeak for him much success We understand that Mr George Ashcraft will not en 00iiii o Q PAPERS ONE Q YEAR FOR n 250 gage in any other business on account of ill health Mrs J B Herndonwho was danger ously hurt at her home on last Mon day is much better and it is thought she will be able to leave her room in a short while + A most interesting meeting of the Ladies Aid of the Baptist church was held on last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Matt Payne The Railroad people are always mak ing improvements which the citizens of our little city are glad because they are quite an addition tq the town They are putting in a large pair of Fairbanks Scales near the depot for the purpose of weighing the cars R S Bandy bought of Dr L B Moremen two lots one fronting Main and the other on Caroline street Consideration 21- 0MrJames Smith who recently moved here from Oklahoma has moved his family on a farm belonging to H L Bell near Guston Mr Smith will en gage in agricultural pursuits for the yearR S Bandy purchased of Ashcraft Ashcraft the Black Smith shop and scales and put his soninlaw Clarence Penick in charge of them The marriage of Miss Rosa Pike and Mr Floyd Lamkin was solemnized at the Catholic church on Tuesday morn ing at 9 oclock The Rev Father Hollerand officiating attendants Miss Annie May Knight and Mr Logan Hardesty Dr Beeler of Louisvillo spent a few days in town last week doing some dental work Hon John Haswell of Hardinsburg spent Wednesday here on some legal businessMiss Maud Smith who is teaching school at Basin Springs was the guest of Miss Evelyn Herndon Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Will Headof Lodiburg were visitors of relatives here last week Judge Baskett of Brandenburg was in town Thursday MR HA1MAN Goes to Lexington to Accept a Lucrative Position as Foreman Information has been received that Harry J Hamrnaq who for some time has held a position at the Big Four shops in Louisville has gone to Lex ington where he will be foreman of the nndIEasternof this city are delighted to hear of his success and hope that he and Mrs Hamman and their little son will like their new home Always have Kennedys Laxative thelchlldnnmaple sugar It cures thrcold gently moving the bowels through byI laxative principle and at the Tame clbying as good Sold by all druggists I HARDINSBURG Alfred Eskridge Died In Louisville Sunday Land Transactions and Other Items Alfred Eskridge who was born In Hardinsburg July 27 J8S1 died of pneumonia at his homo in Louisville Sunday morning after an illness of one week He had been for twenty years an employee of the L N Rail road Company He did the finishing work upon many of the rooms in the elegant new office building of the L N at Niuta and Broadway The de ceased was a Mason an active member of the West Broadway Methodist church a man n ted for his good works and Christian deeds The wife and two sons survive His brothers are Atty Morris Eskridge and Roscoe Eskridge of Hardinsburg James and Henry of Louisville and Melville of Owensboro His only living sister is Mrs John P Haswell Sr of Hardinsburg The en termrnt took place at Vine Grove MondayEvangelist Will J Harney is con ducting a meeting at Kingswood Mrs Joel H Pile was in Louisville TuesdayMrs B Reeves is visiting her sister Mrs George Wolfe in Louisville Marvin Beard was in St Louis last weekV v Morris ESl ridge went to Louisville Saturday to see his brother Alfred Roscoe Eskridge was called to Louis ville Sunday on account of the death of his brother Gid Squires goes to Oklahoma this week to look out a hew home Tom Gannaway who has spent the year in Oklahoma returned to this county last week to relocate in his na tive county Mr Gannaway formerly lived at Falls of Rough Lewis Payne on the Leitchfield road has sold fortyoneacres of land to Jas Teaff of Daviess county for30anacre Mr Teaff who formerly from here will move to his new home within the next two weeks MaryE and Jack Alien have sold two tracts of land of CO acres each at the Long Lick ford of the Glemleane and McDanlels road John R Slaughter of xtel paid 1000 for one tract and Ben F Hinton paid 100 for the other The Board of Supervisors reassemble next Monday to hear complaints from those who object to the proposed raises of their property lists Tom Moore accompanied Mrs Al berta Drury of Bewleyville and Mrs Mary Walls of Hardinsburg to his mothers near McDaniels Saturday I where they visited until Monday morning Mrs Geo M Moss of Louisville is the guest of Dr and Mrs Arthur I f I Mather I Jack and Nelse Jolly and W D Wit I Hundreds of our readers take a city daily paper as well as ours in order to keep fully abreast of the news of the world There is no better daily paper at any price to be had in the State of Kentucky tnan THE LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD It is a clean family sheet allowing no objectionable advertising of any kind to be published It hits tho finest local newts service of any daily paper in the State It has the Associated Press telegraphic IInews of the world it has amusing pictures from its own cartoonist every day splendid half o is received at our office not later than January 80 1909 Positively U will be accepted at less than regular price if received in envelope later i j O son of McQuady and Luther Wilson of Irvingtonwere in Louisville Sunday to see Hon Tice Jolly who has been for six months in the hospital He is so improved that he hopes to be at home it two or three weeks Dr push will be in Hardinsburg Jan 2526 and 27 Three days only AT MACAULEYL Polly Of TheI Circus Will Be Seen Next TuesdayEdithT- aliaferro The Star Erederic Thompsons Polly of The Circus with Edith Taliaferro in the title role will be the attraction at duringthePolly a young circus rider has been spent under the round top and in the circus car She knows no world not covered by canvas nor did her mother When the play bogies the circus tents are pitched on the commons adjoining the church and parsonage in a small town This causes scandal in the burg and the pillars of the church gather at the parsonage to protest to the minister injuredbycaucus is carried into the ministers homeThe culmination of the love affair which comes up between the circus girl and the parson can be learned at Macauleys this week I A HARD STRUGGLE Many A Cloverport Citizen Finds The Struggle Hard With a back constantly aching With distressing urinary disorders struggleNoupDoans youGKy says My trouble was lame back or lumbago Atnimes I could hardly stand erect after sitting or stooping and the pains shooting through the small of my back on making any quick movement were excruciating I was also subject to frequent headaches and was troubled more or less with dizzy spells Learning of Doans Kid ney Pills procured a box and they strengthened my back and felt like a different man I do not think I have had a backache since and give the credit to Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Mr Fraize May Take Another Vacation Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize are ex pecting to leave the last of this month to spend the remainder of the winter in Florida Mr Fraize undoubtedly be busbIwhichhe spent in California in 18Q4 3 a 11 1 4 Pure made from of Made from A of Pure Food Resigns Position With L A R R and goes to Las Vegas New Mexico Mr Vivian Pierce has resigned his position as Chief Clerk to Mr H R Smith G F P A of the Louisville Atlantic R R Co and will leave the last of next week for Las Vegas N Mex where he goes to take a position with the Sante Fe Hallway system Mr Pierce is a capable young railroad man and during his two years residence inI Versailles he has been very popular both in business and social circles His departure will occasion much regret Mr Smith has appointed as Mr Pierces successor Mr James Botkins who entered upon his duties Monday morning Mr Botkins has been in the employ of the Southern Railway Co here fqr some time as telegraph operator and assistant agent He is bright en ergetic and courteous and his friends feel that in appointing him Chief Clerk Mr Smith has made a good selection Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear There Is only ono way to euro deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by un Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tubo When this tuba Is inflamed you Lave rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It is entirely closed Deafness is result and unless tho Inflammation can bo taken out and Mir tube restored to its normal condition hwirtiij will bodestroyed forever nine cnscixmtot ton aro caused by Uaturrh which txfuithlnjc but un inflanied condltlou of mucous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any easy ot Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by HaWs Catarrh Guru Send for circulars free KJ OHENEV tCO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Illls for constipation Will Go To Dr and Mrs J D Bate whove re sided in Hawesville for a dozen years and who have so successfully conducted the Hawesville House during that time will go to Louisville where their four daughters now reside I mn I0I JII I II I ODOODOB1ZFCKENIZIDsE Bargain Subscription Offer t q no the Uio r II L Stader Sells Fine Mules and Horses to Dealers GOOD Rod Warfield of Elizabethtown a leading mule dealer in Kentucky was here last week and bought 13 mules and two driving horses fromL Stader The mules were beauties and in fine condition There were several other buyers here to look at stock among them Judge Baskett of Meade County Mr Stader and Jim Masterson return ed home on the train Monday night They drove the mules to by the way of Big Spring- It is said mules from fifteen panda and over are worth 180 up and there is active demand for them Stader al ways has the best on the market Many requests from Catarrh sufferers who use atomizers have caused us to put up Liquid Cream Balm a new and convenient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay cleanse the clogg ed air passtfgesto promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 7ri cents Including spraying tube Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York The Farmer The News takes pleasure in recom mending to its readers The Kentucky Farmer whlth hasjust recently succeed ed The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of in your subscriptions for this excellent farm journal to L B Shropshire Louisville Ky C H Lane of will be in Cloverport Friday Jan 22 to buy good mules from four to six years out 14 12 to 10 hands high sound and fatFor particulars see H L Stader 1 HID Q o Q I ONLY UNTIL JANUARY c h I I I The Louisville Daily Regular Price year Breckenridge News Regular Price Total nIfsubscription subscription postmarked rogistoredO IMKIN POWDER lbrolutely The Only Baking Powder Royal Grape Cream Tartar Grapes Guarantee Healthful Delicious VIVIAN PIERCE a Louisville employmentHancockClarion 11 THIRTEEN MULES Elizabethtown BRING PRICES Elizabethtown inflammation Kentucky LedngtonSend Mules Wanted Hopkinsville mooTWO PAPERS ONE YEAR FOR 250 IGOOD 30 1909 Herald 11The tone pictures showing local and world events and a fearless independent editorial page al I ways fair and interesting oven to those who differ politically with the editorialopinin The regular price of the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail and the regular price of our n paper is 1 a year by mail By a special arrangement we are able to make the wonderful U offer ofoBoth for 250un u January 30 1909 or one year from the date at which present subscriptions expire If you n have paid up your subscription for our paper you may send 2 for subscription to The Herald U alone SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW O THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I o OIJI t L10JIV 0 JUc 1111t 0 7I1t0 11 IOIDlCIOr I Ior11 QODII QOJUcIOrM QOL7I IOI QOL ror 0n ni1 1 i 0 0 It t t e n at t C1 r C q td- l Y =0tL n L L L t J yr J1Vp t n s r y ltlt- tie ltr fst r aBel at 2Ii Iif f 1r J M i r f V 0 I f J t i 1iLt b i 1p7f7 tJ f fl fJ I f 10 1I tiIrwa U i r I t i i t t r I I t I w a 1 ON Tim MOSSiI PMIRIE r AND ARACEIOR LIFE BY BUFFALO BILL PROM TRUE TALES Of TKEPLAINiCd- tlYmi1cWr190eW WILLIAM P CORY N the fall of 1805 General Sherman I and the Indian commissioners who were to make a treaty with the Arnpnhoca and Comanches In southwestern Kansas came to Fort JSarrnh on the Arkansas river From tlivre they were to go to what was known as Council Springs a distance of slxtyflve miles from Zarrah Be tween Zurrali and the Springs Is a flat level country but no water Is to be bad Consequently there was no water carried save for drinking purposes which was carried In canteens In the all bulance8 for the generals orders wore that he would leave Fort Zarrah at 2 a ui so as to get a good start t r this dry country Our chief of scouts and guide at that time was Dick Curtis The outfit was cvuiposcd of three ambulances with saddle horses for the general and In dian commissioners and when the gen era and commissioners were riding In the ambulances their saddle horses wore led by orderlies The general had three or four staff officers a com pany of cavalry as an escort and about thirty scouts and messengers well mounted These scouts and messen gers duty was that whenever the gen oral wished to send any quick dis pntcbes back to Fort Riley at that time the nearest telegraph point these men were to carry them I was at the time a young scout employed for this purposeIt about 2 oclock In the after noon after leaving the fort that a young officer one of the generals aids was riding along talking to me and asking me about when I thought we- reW going to get to Council Springs where the Indians were I told him that if we kept on in the direction wo wore going we would never get there tie asked Why not I replied that we were not going in the direction of the Springs that we were bearing too far to the west lIe said Why dont you tell the- E neral this He is up there in the ambulance I told him the officer that I was not guiding General Sher man that Mr Curtis was the guide and that I had no right to Interfere with him whatever nor did I Intend to do so This young officer I have forgotten his name tumbled to the situation and galloping ahead he rode alongside the ambulance and told the general what I had said and explained to him my reasons for not mentioning tho situation The general appreciated it at once and called a halt climbed out of the ambulance sent for Mr Curtis to come buck to him and also for till scouts to come up of whom I Was ono Ho mitt Out a largo map on the jrrmmil and whoa wo all got near btni ho NI Id to MrI Curtis I wish you would show me on this map Just where we are Mr Curtis told him which was per fe tly true that the maps were all so liiorrcit that It was impossible to go- by tiioni The general remarked Well then Mr Curtis how far arc we from the Springs From the distance we have traveled since leaving Zarrah at 2 oclock this morning we should be very near them Mr Curtis replied General this is a very level country as you can see There are no landmarks and there are so many thousands of buffaloes all over the prairie that It is pretty hard to tell Just where we are and how far we are from the Springs Further more I have not been over to time Springs for several years and when I last went there I was not acting as guide Consequently lfeel that I am rather lost myself The general looking at the other scouts said Do nay of you know whero the Springs are The young officer had pointed me out to tile gon eral and he was looking straight at me when he asked the question- I said Yes general I know where the Springs arc How far are we from them 1 asked the general I told him about eighteen miles He asked In what direction and 1 answered saying they were due south from us now and we were headed dead west Dick Curtis spoke up and said Billy when were you ever out to the Springs- I told him I had been there on two or three different occasions with Char lie Rath the Indian trader and had killed many buffaloes all over this coun try The general called for his horse mounted It and said Young man you come and show me the Springs I will rido with you Mr Curtis come along No disrespect to you sir I appre ciate how hard it Is for one to find his way in a country where there ore no landmarks level as the sea and cov trod with buffaloes I headed due south the general rid ing by my side and during this ride the general asked me many questions how I came to know this country so Wen etc I told him that my father had been killed in the border ruffian war of bleeding Kansas and that since ifs death I had grown up on the plains with the freighters trappers buffalo hunters Indian traders and Others and I was quite familiar with all the country lying between the Missouri elver and the Rocky mountains We rode on In this way until approaching a little rise in the prairie I said General when you get to that small ridge up there you will look down Into a low depression of the prairie and see Council Springs and tho Indians The Springs rise in this vast plain and they run for only about four or five miles when it becomes a small stream of water sinking into tho sand When we gained this ridge there be toro the generals eyes were hundreds and hundreds of horses and a large Indian village- I said There you are general There are your Indians camped General Sherman riding by my side anted me many questions around the Springs Ho patted me on the back In a fatherly way and said My boy I am going to know you bet terThe general and the peace commis sloners counseled here for three days and in the evening of the third day an orderly came to me and told me the general wished me to report to him at I his tent Time general kindly invited me in and said Billy I want to go from here now to Fort Kearny on the Platte river in Nebraska How far is itr I told him the WHY that he would have to go to have good cumplng places and that It would be about 5500 tulles lie asked Can you guide me there I told him I could and lie said All right Wo will start tomorrow for Fort Znrrnh and from there to Fort Riley and from Fort Riley 1 want you to guide IUP to Fort ICwirny Which I did and on arriving at Fort Keurnj the general complimented mo and said From hero I am going to Fort Lens enworth I wish you to guide me there I told him that would be easy for there was a big wagon road from Kearny to Fort Lea vCllworth He said That Is all right It will make it easier for you You have guided mo safely for over 300 miles where there were no wagon roads and I am not afraid to trust myself with you on a big wagon rnr On arriving at Leav enworth I parted with the general and he said General Sheridan was com- Ing out to take command in a short time and that he would tell him of me This was the last time I saw the dear old general for several years He was one of the loveliest men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing e e e e e a One day in the spring of 18G8 1 mounted Brlglmm and started for Smoky Hill river After galloping about twenty miles I reached the top of a small hill overlooking the valley of that beautiful stream As I was gazing down on time landscape I sud denly saw a band of about thirty In dians nearly half a mile distant I knew by the way they jumped on their horses that they bad seen me as soon as I came in sight The only chance I bad for my life was to make a run for it and I imme diately wheeled and started back to ward the railroad Brigham seemed to understand what was upand he struck out as if ho comprehended that it was to be a run for life He crossed a ravine in a few jumps and on reaching a bridge beyond I drew rein looked back and saw tho Indians com ing for me at full speed and evidently well mounted I would have had little or no fear of being overtaken if Brig ham had been fresh But as he was not I felt uncertain as to how he would stand a long chase My pursuers seemed to be gaining on me a little and I let Brigham shoot ahead again When we had run about three miles farther some eight or nine of the Indians were not over 200 yards behind and five or six of these seemed to be shortening the gup at every jump Brigham now exerted himself more than over and for the next three or four miles he got right down to business and did some of the prettiest running 1 Over saw But the IndIans were about ab well mounted as I was and one of their horses in particular a spotted animal was gaining on me all the time Nearly all the other horses were strung out behind for n distance of two miles but still chasing after me Tim Indian who was riding the spotted horse was armed with a rifle and would occasionally send a bullet whis tling along sometimes striking the ground ahead of me I saw that this fellow must bo checked or it stray but let from his gun might hit me or my horse so suddenly stopping Brigham and quickly wheeling him around I raised old Lucretia to my shoulder took deliberate aim at the Indian and his horse hoping to hit ono or tho other and fired Ho was not over eighty yards from me at this time and at the crack of my rifle down went his horse Not waiting to see if he recovered I turned Brigham and in a moment we were again fair ly flying toward our destination We had urgent business about that time and were in a hurry to get there The other Indians had gained on us while I was engaged in shooting at their leader and they sent several shots whizzing past me but fortunate ly none of them hit the intended mark To return their compliment I occasionally wheeled myself in the saddle and fired back at them and one of my shots broke the leg of one of their horses which left its rider horsc de combat as the French would say Only seven or eight IndIans now re mained in dangerous proximity to me and as their horses were beginning to lag somewhat I checked my faithful old steed a little to allow him an op portunity to draw an extra breath or two I had determined if it should come to the worst to drop into a buf falo wallow where I could stand the Indians off for awhile but I was not compelled to do this as Brigham car ried me through most noby The chase was kept up until we came within three miles of the end of the railroad track where two com panics of soldiers were stationed for the purpose of protecting the work men from the Indians One of the outposts saw the Indians chasing me across the prairie and gavo the alarm In a few minutes I saw greatly to my delight men coming on foot and cav alrymen too gallopIng to our rescue as soon as they could mount their horses When the Indians saw this they turned and ran in the direction from which they had come In a very few minutes I was met by some of the Infantrymen and trackmen and jumping to the ground and pulling blanket and saddle off Brigham I told them what he had done for me They at once took him in charge led him around and rubbed him down so vigor ously that I thumght they would rub him to death Captain Nolan of the Tenth cavalry now came up with forty of his men and upon learning what had happened ho determined to pursue the Indians cavalrysaddle and bridle on the animal we started out after the flying Indians who only a few minutes before had been making it so uncomfortably live ly for me Our horses were all fresh and of excellent stock and we soon began shortening the distance between ourselves and the redskins Before they had gone five miles we overtook and killed eight of their number The At the crack of my rifle down went ll horse others succeeded in making their es cape On coming up to the place where I had killed the first horsethe spotted oneon my home run I found that my bullet had struck him in the forehead and killed him instant ly Ho was a noble animal and ought to have been engaged in better busi nessWhen we got back to camp I found old Brigham gntolng quietly and contentedly on the grass He looked up at me as if to ask If we had got away with any of those fellows who had chased us I believe ho read the an swer in my eyes The eatSunday School Teacher William can you tell me who was the meekest man William Yes maam Moses Sunday School TeacherThats right Now Tommy can you tell me tho name of the meekest woman TommyNo- maam there never was no meekest i woman Chicago News ra DO YOU GET ot WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble 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SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Koot amid the address Rlngbamton N Y upji iworv oottln GOOD ROAD MATERIAL Best In the World Scattered Throughout United States IS DUSTLESS AND DURABLE American Delegate to International Highway Congress Says Large De posits of Asphaltum Rock Give Country Great Improvement Chance The people of the United States have ready at their hand the best roadmak ing material in the world Deposits of it are scattered throughout the coun try so that it cannot be cornered and its use will bring a dustless era combined with safety for horses and automobilesThese some of the conclusions of Howard II Gross one of the four United States commissioners to the International good roads congress nt Paris who recently returned Mr Gross Is an enthusiast on roads and is preparing to put his observations to good use In acquainting the American people with the results Ut experiments abroad and the opportunities which lie at their own doors I have found while abroad that we have more to learn of Great Britain than of France regarding the building of modern ron4s said Mr Gross to a representative of the Chicago Post France has enjoyed a reputation In the past for having the best roads in the world but they are wearing out under the strain of automobile traffic and comparatively little new work is being done In Great Britain how ever they are taking up the task with modern up to date methods and are conducting experiments which will be of value to every country Everywhere the difficulty is the same the automobile riddles the pave ment the tires lifting out the flnepar tides which compose the surface of the macadam road leaving the rough stone Therefore tho English have adopted the new plan of Increasing the size of the crushed stone in the top of the pavement just before the top dress lag or binder as It is called Is added Instead of having the stone an Inch or an Inch and a half In diameter the size Is increased to two or two and n half inches and sometimes three There are three methods of top dress- Ing One is to apply the coal tar prod ucts in a heated condition a better one is the use of an asphaltum mixture and the third and best Is the use of a natural granulated asphaltum rock The asphaltum rock Is crushed and spread over the surface being rolled until it tills the spaces between the stones and the Inequalities of the sur facer The stone shows on the surface making a gritty mold for horses shoes in slippery weather and eliminating to a large extent the skidding of automo biles It does not crumble Into dust like the ordinary macadam pavement and is more durable than any other road material In the United States we have large deposits of rock containing from 7 to 0 per cent of asphaltumIn Tennessee Kentucky Oklahoma Texas Utah and California Thus the material Is spread all over the country It Is not controlled by anyjpatjent and would be We Buy FURSHides W andol uFeathen BOMWUC uuuear Golden SetUYdlow Root Mir Apple Wild Ginger eta Wo ass dealer ceetwJlaLouiniIIcud aguU or rn nminion merchant fUeteee ear Buk In Loumie Wrile lot WetUr pcjee lIt aad tWppn 10 M Sabal lions 2MEMtrketSti LOUISVILLE KY a bard thing to earner A Yoga built on this plate would last for yearn It would cost probably 26 cents a Bfluare yard more than macadam but would more than make up for the initial expense in the eheapnds ot maintennnce The dustless feature alone is worth the difference In cost Studying the practical aspects of road building abroad Mr Gross has found that government aid has been the plan generally adopted hi Europe Ho has found also what he considers ample reasons for the United States government doing the same thing with a measure of assistance from the states themselves Furthermore he holds that the conditions of the countrys roads is n matter of maul versal concern Whit should bo left en tirely to the farmers of each locality when payment of the initial cost Ila provided for t Tho country roads arc part of the nations mighty system of transporta tion ho declared When the roads aro bad every one feels the results in the cost of the articles on his table and practically everything else be usesThe tax on the individual purse both rural and Urban extends to the cost of running the national government The postal department uses 40 per cent of the roods of the country for rural delivery It has been stated semiofficially that the expense of this service is augmented 20 per cent bv the state of the highways Now thr postoftice department expends ever year 315000000 on rural deliver Twenty per cent of this Is 700000i all waste which would go a long wi in paying the Interest on an issue c low interest government bonds Issuei for road bulldlllgIA clearing house for informal I111 vlll be established In Chicago whet every one Interested In good road can secure the latest and best Infur motion regarding experiments and ex pericnce both In the United State nnd abroad It Is likely that a gone roads bill will be submitted to tin general assembly this winter provld ing for state aid and Mr Gross believes that the farmers of the state ore ready to give it their hearty sup port A Road Axiom A chain is no stronger than Its weakest link and r road is no better than its muddiest spot 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 a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cioverport Ky Mississippians Find Relief Vicksburg Miss Jan 6In spite of the state wide prohibition law which went into effect on January 1 Vicks burgs can get all they want to drink Within 150 feet of tho city proper or the Louisiana side of tho Yazoo canal n saloon has been opened on a barge Patrons have swarmed across the narrow canal in launches and skiffs the saloon proprietor furnishing freo rides to tho thirsty Sheriff Sovler of Madison parish La has a deputy stationed on tho bargo to preserve tho peace GoytDivorce 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 causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds banish head aches conquer chills 25c at Severs Drug Co- ROADMAKING WITH SAWDUST Sand Used as a Mixer by Minnesota Highway Engineer- A road made from sand and sawdust Is the latest style of roadmakInl designed by George W Cooley start highway engineer in Minnesota Las spring he made a section of road with clover and rye on a sand foundation This has been very successful Tin road made from sand and sawdust I at Cambridge in Isanti county Minn Four Inches of sawdust were rake on the sand road after being graded This was worked into the sand b passing teams and as fast as ruts wer formed the sawdust was raked Int the ruts to be further mixed wit sand This la a new roadmaking ma terlal and if successful will make ni exceedingly profitable moans of kusiup the Immense quantities of sawdust from thQ mills of the state In those counties where there if nothing but sand in the roads goqO roads are impossible without the addl tion of other material Mr Cooley it now experimenting with varlou means of turning the sand Into vegetable loam which can be worked U advantage The idea Is that the saw dust will rot and mixing with the sand will form a loam suitable for making good roads with Such a small amount of money is appropriated by the state tor the con Etructlon of roads that the expert tnents have been on a limited scale and the construction of roads proceed slowly Minnesota spends only one tenth as much on state roads as doe New York In relation to the yalue of the property Had dyspepsia or iltdf estionfor- feeri No appeite and what I dill eat distressed me Urribly Burdock Blood Bitters c redJle J H Walker- S nburp1Ohio w Lf P n The Century IN 1909 will have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN including unpublished documents from his own pen Thi great sculptor SAINTGAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died TILE CENTURY will print it The full report of a remarkable conversation with the GEUMAN EMPEROR will ap pear in THE CENTURY and an interview with the great pianist J DEREW SKI ANDREW CARNEGIE is writing on the Tariff for it Article by Otto VEIL CLEVEDANDS nearest friends will tell the intimate story of his life MRS flOE the author of Mrs Wigfira of the Cabbage Patch will contri bute a great novel and THOMPSON SETON a splendid new tale of animal life The COLORED PICTURES will be more beautiful than ever Send for prospectus and special sub scription offers THE CENTURY Co Union Square N Y v r nn vvA-nyone sending a sketch and description may rrulcUly ascertain our opinion free whether an l1tlbloCommlJnlesIlona lecurlngpatent1fttontsspecial notice without charge In the Scientific flikncatuA rmhilsoraelr Illustrated xreeklr Largest cir culation of any selenium Journal Terms t3 a cart four months L Bold by all now dealen YorkDrench r C STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod Brute prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay Co Can eltonInd t aona IF it is the surest and safest place you want to bave your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and dots as he knows Ho has one of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddy at tho very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome youlandgivo you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky rABlEINo 148 lfustIraln lotStites125 A 11 ressleavesoloverport1007 mTraInmall loaves Olo verport 458 pm stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaccomraoaatlon WEST BOUND accommodationleavoswaystationsmrrllrrNoexpresseavostiawoavllln Lewlsport Maceo Owensooro arrivoiStmEvanavilIe1035pNo 145aaily St Louts fast train loaves Ole ferport 1108 P M arrives Evansvllle 136 A HaweavilleOwensboroChair cars on trains 141 142 143i 144 between sleoplcars landbdBtFordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 8 dally except Bsnday leaves 940amniTrain leavesSordavalo IHpTrain Noo Sunday only Pordivlle700 a m Irvintcton Oi96 B m WESTBOUND lekvesIrvingtonlimb IUpmPmllrrl17es Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTiSt 1omeeP QitT i3reckeruideltaak T rLiJlNtu kv J oJ J fJ lrrj J y- j II l 7Pi as WI 1tr 1 44- t 4 P a 1 a 3a t a at 4 SI Tn n M 4 r a tI J I t 1 r I 4 1 t t- IIII c KI LURE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS kingsNew FOR C8SH8 rjfSgR e AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES 1 GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED BIG SPRING J D Meador is Improving Rapidly BUNCH OF LIVE NEWS Mrs Julia Clarkson is visiting her daughter Mrs Kemper before she leaves for a visit to Mrs A M Har daway at Minot N Dak H Meyer returned from Louisville ThursdayMac after a two weeks visit to his father at Scottsville has returned and will be found at his old stand ready to wait upon you at H MeyersMrs Hynes arrived last week to visit her daughterinlaw and grand children Mrs Wimble Hyncs Miss Emma Miller entertained z few friends Wednesday evening tc meet Mr Craycroft Mrs Ada Meador is expecting hei daughter Miss Ada who has had t position with the Stewart Dry Good Co since last fall for a short stay- J D Meador who was accident shot during the holidays is reported doing nicely- J M Moorman went to Louisville last week to visit his brother Ray- Mond who has a position with the American Tobacco Co TOO MUCH FACE You feel as if you had one face too many when jou have Neuralgia dont you Save the face you may need it but get rid of the Neuralgia by applying BalJards Snow Liniment Finest thing in the world for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by A R Fisher A Surprise For the Thief Herr linger a rich and Influential banker frequently had watches picked from his pocket At first he had re course to nil kinds of safety chains then one morning he took no precau Uon whatever and quietly allowed himself to be robbed At night on returning from his business be took up the evening paper be uttered an exclamation of delight A watch had exploded In a mans hinds The vie tIms hands were shattered and the left eye destroyed The crafty bank er had filled the watch case with dynamite which exploded In the opera tion of winding London Telegraph f EVERY flOTHER is or should be worried when the little ones have a cough or cold It may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia then to something more serious Bal lards Horehound Syrup will cure the trouble at once and prevent any compli cation Sold by A R Fisher need in If are in of of let as we 1 f Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located i5 per 750 155 sacs on and 31 t of road 2 miles tram Sample a grad big barn 80 acres in oak beech Tim oak is Rood tie timber Beech never been Tlmbor can bo hauled either water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable tobacco and fruit water your round lerms third cash balance In easy payment 2 352 acres on and balls at Sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory throa fig houso and blacksmith shop all outhouses 190 acres pasture 22 acres In oak black oak sugar tree good Plenty of good year Onethird cash and good easy on balance C miles from Ridge land In good fenclUK one good llUK house 3 rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 barn iu timber sugar tree and balance 1lonty ot fruit Good road to mile and Rood road muse This la S FAD OF THE MOMENT The Interesting and Absorbing New Fashion of Photography Garrets old chests and out of the way corners arc being ransacked these days for silhouette pictures of ances tors These relics of other years are being remounted touched up and re framed In dull silver or mahogany and given places of honor on the of the living room But the up to date THK PHOTO SILHOUETTE j girl goes the old timers one better and has taken up the latest cult that of silhouette The method of taking a all houette photograph Is to have your subject sit or stand la against the sunlight The camera Is then fo cused upon the sitter in the way and directly in the face of the sun The operation can usually bi carried out very nicely at a window which faces directly toward the sun at some of the day The result Is a solid picture of the subject which is frequently very striking In its resemblance and life character The great advantage of this method Is that an amateur pho tographer can practice it with great success If tries two or three times Is almost certain to obtain a fine silhouette photograph The framework of the window and sonic articles of furniture standing near It may bE utilized to make an artistic setting for the portrait Another very effective method of making a silhouette Is to place the subject in front of a strong arc light with a largo white be hind the lightImethod requires more appara tus but IB absolutely certain to pro duce a good result The why a silhouette picture gives an ex cellent likeness depends upon a fell simple truths which are not nlway borne In mlad The profile of tie shows and unvarying outlines by which we can alwayn recognize a person whereas the expression of the full face Is a very varying and subtle thing which can be caught with absolute fidelity by the camera Scientific Spanking consists in only when a is actually had Some mothers think that all crying isbadnees itsnot 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 it is suffering from worms which koep it hungry and cross all the Pleasant to take sure in its action Price 25 cents A R PinI j Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you this department you interest ed any the following proprieties write us at once for ownors name and address If none these places suit you write us at once j telling what you want and where you wanCU and introduce you to the man who has the very property you ire looking for We recommend tho following properties being productive and fair in prIce Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 1 aIf you Want cash for your property send price and description at once and let show how bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms Business proprieties to make quick sales lJno D Babbage Rents for monthIUardlnBburg jeansl Sinking Improvcmonts dwelling and and timber Umber worked by for Plumy Rood QUO HardlnsburR pOyoU dwellings big barnes under necessary timber white beech and all size water the round terms acres 6J0lloltlolnaUaboPierce good shape dwel pgndsThisacres whitelwk beech cleared good StephenaportSK toDol 1H farm notworn thefaro Slllouefto walls photographs usual profile usual time black like he he photograph sheet This reason such fac rigid rarely punishment child are time Sold us us us you or Conn 162 acres 0 miles from Oloverport l1ardlnsburKonOIoverportl1nd provements 6 room dwelling barn 28x39 feot and other out buildings 113 acres In orchard 500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acres grassbalanconever falling springs and a good well Good limestone lund suitable for tobacco corn and wheat Well located for market Quo third cash balance on easv terms FOR BALK A farm containing 50ucros and under fence + A nice cottage ct five 15 rooms two cisterns u walled collar with a store room over It two good stock barns I one tenant huut u about 6tO npplo and peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits including a nice clearedbalance1 groves ot black locust sulllclont for posts tc wire tbowholotnrm In It lies pear Ekrou on L IL St L It II price Is 5000 oc long and easy payments FOR BALEA splendid stand for a druggist surroundedbythe place for some young physician to step Into ttxood practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire is the reason for selling Wor further particulars addrave JNOyPBAlliaAG1p Ctoye- rportKy o I tOO1l1 00II X01= Qo Irrol II 101 MY SAMPLE LINE OF0 NEW WALL PAPERrrrnrin i i HIHITHPMMIIMJ woin finfliji ttmt vmrmumnmH itmHimm mfjfHHiitmimiiiHHi Ii =For the of 1909 is now ready for your inspection It con 0sists of the very cheapest to the highest grades of imported goods viz CRINKLED SILKS DAMASKS VELOURS LEATHERETTES Q WALTONSQalso theNEW METALICS OAT MEALS and FABRIC EFFECTS dDuplex Ingrains that wont fade SANATAS and SANI rmTARY TILE the two new washable papers Have thou sands of cheaper grades to suit the purse of everyone DONT WAIT FOR THE SPRING RUSHo 0 when everybody wants service at once Begin now as January February and March are the best months to paper when the warm days of Spring come the eggs of the flies and bed bugs which were laid in the Fall will begin to hatch and begin their mission of spread ing disease germs Cover them up air tight and use my disinfecting paste that kills them rrJ1in the start Join the Red Cross and the United States health department in stamping Qout tuberculosis and other dreaded diseases o d Q o 0 o 0 DO YOU WANT ALABASTINE 1 o 0 I sell it and apply it right rDo you want your carpets and curtains cleaned without removing them or do you want your whole house cleaned with the NEW VACUUM AIR PROCESS which sucks allI the dirt out If so let me know and I will bring samples right to yourdoor i EDWARD GREGORY CLOTHS TO COVER THE jj l II rt0IIt 10 2JQI 0II11 11 101 = I QO For health and happiness DeWitts Little Early Riser tmall gentle easyl pleasant little liver pillsthe best made Sold by all druggists NOVEL TRAINING STUNT Baseball Catcher Chases Jack Rabbi- to Keep In Condition Keeping iu condition trying to run a Jack rabbit down each day Is the new stunt being tried by Catcher Georgp Gibson of the Plttsburg Nationals at his home near London Ont Barney Dreyfuss recently received a letter nt Plttsburg from Gibson which read s In part as follows I had a letter from Chief Wilson the other day All be writes about Ilj hunting lie says the quails are a thick down where he Is that you hav to cut a path through them when you go hunting Nothing like that up here I have seen a lone jack rabbit this season and I have been chasing him to keep In condition but to date I have not captured him Ho Is the limit for speed Onp jump and he lands In the tfext county Ho would make a good trainer If I can catch him alive 11 will take him to Hot Springs and let fhe boys get in condition by chasing him The Meanest Man In Town is the one who always wears a frown i cross and disagreeable and is short and sharp in his answers Nino cases out often its not the poor fellows fault tts his liver and digestion that make him feel so miserable he cant help being disagreeable Are you iu danger of getting in that condition Then start nt once taking Ballards Herbine for our liver the safe sure and reliable yablo egulatcr iili 1 J 1 Fisher 11D5Fresh Reliable Fura Guaranteed to Ptaasa Every hardener and- PlsntcrBliowiJtottiio superior nierlttuf Our NorthernYawnSeedSPECIAL CENTSLCOLLECTIONI1 t3 rrllttll Ktdllh 10 1 pig 8tlMlrv l j ONiT g 1 pka Earl J4r kli t 1- 5Ikrllertanarkettita 10 41M UV rtttl lCL IeriorSJi tie tiiMVrWipwklof and relva ilabave IVncuf Ovlltelivn h ltbr with our Jf W nd Inrlruitiro Oorden sold ailKATNQRrUKnN SKEW CO i llo1e1 Ioiw1 r ww rAww h H Deli HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSflURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of RreckcnrldRo and udJolnloR count cr Special attention given to colcctlons oad cases and criminal practice License CourtstHow Titles Rise Titles have their value Here boy said the drummer as he handed a dollar bill to the bellboy at the hotel In Atlanta Take a dlmo out of this for bringing up that Ice water Yes capn answered the boy as be saluted continuedo downeand get me some more letter paper you may keep a quarter out of that dollar Right away majah right away Ill shuau bring you that ah stash nery replied the boy as he bowed lowAnd while I think of it boy remarked the knight of the grip if you can bring out my trousers and bay them pressed and back here insidel or- an hour you earl keep a half dollar 01 that dollar- Ah suttlnly can do dat ah same colonel deed Ah kin quickly rcpllec towarddsthodoorWalt a minute now boy Mr Samples said as bo walked over to his trunk If you can take out this suit and have It pressed and back hero In time for me to go to the Bijou tonight Ill let you keep every cent of that doll lar General said tho boy his eyes bulging out of their sockets Ill do dat slumli general or give you all that money hackl Philadelphia North American A Horrible Holdup N About ton years ago rhy brother was I held up sn his work health and hay piness by what was believe i to bo hope less Consumption write W RUlps comb of Washington NC Hetook all kinds of remedies and treatment from several dorltors but found uo help till he used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Ho isa Well man today Its quick td relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis LaQrippe Asthma and all bronchial affections sOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Seyars Drug Co I ITHE WORD WINTER sold to Have Originally Indicated Wetness Not Coldness There is a prevailing Impression that there Is something In the word win ter that signifies cold and the sea son is usually associated with the Idea of low temperature but where the word originated there was little of winter as we understand it while there was a great deal of moisture at the time the earth was nearest to the sun so that it Is not the temperature but the atmospheric condition that has given us the word The word winter as we use It Is found with but slight modifications In all the branches of the Aryan lan gunges for the Idea of wetness asso ciated with the season was given to It before the Aryan family was divided If we go to tho root of the word we find wad with the signification of to well to wash out to moisten or make wet Our Aryan ancestors used that root to apply to all conditions of moisture and many words besides winter have grown out of It wet and water being among them This root wad Is In the Sanskrit as udan water AngloSaxon has wae I ter and In Latin we have unda wave from which we get our Inun dateOur Danish and Swedish cousins changed the w Into a v and have vlnter In Icelandic it is vctir and tine old high German has win tar and it is winter In German These four words are nil from the Teutonic base wata which means wet So it has been moisture that has been indicated from the birth of the root on which all of the different words Ina dozen languages have grown New York Herald Dont let the baby suffer from eczema sores or any itching of the skin Downs Ointment gives instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for children All druggists sell it An Obedient Tiger Hpw entire remarks the London Globe Is the confidence of the native East Indian In the government may be gathered from the following anecdote which comes from Lahore A tiger bad escaped from the zoological par dons and Its keeper hoping to lure it inducements voice anti solemnly adjured it In the name of the British government to which It belonged tp come back to its case The tiger it is needless to add obeyed at price 0 rmKENTUCKYI I FijiFLOOR CARPETSjj THE RIVER NILE Ancient Greeks and the Process f Sterilizing Water The ancient Greeks already recom mended the use of sterilized water Rufus of Ephesua In the flret century of this era taught that all water from rivers and ponds Is bad except that from the Nile Water from rivers which flow through unhealthy soil etaguant water and that which flows near public bathing places is harmful The best water Is that which has been boiled in baked earthenware vessels cooled and then heated a second time before drinking This hygienic prescription was in tended both for healthy and sick people since It was applied to the armies During marches and In camps pits must be dug successively from till highest point to the lowest level of the place These holes should be lined with clay such as Is used for making pottery and the water should be made to percolate through It The water will leave all Its Impurities In these pits It may bo Inquired how the ancient Greeks knowing the processes of ster ilization and filtration of water which they applied to that of tile most limpid rivers should have drunk without pre cautions the water of the Nile which our microscopes allow us to declare sound but which Is In appearance tho most worthy of suspicion of all and Is so muddy so yellow that It re sembles wine Gazette des Eaux A great ninny people have kidney ani bladder trouble mainly due to neglect of the occasional pains in the bark slight rheumatic pains urinary dis orders etc Delay iu such cases is dangerous Take DoVVitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Thev are for weak back backache rheumatic pains and till kidney end bladder trouble Sooth lug and autisep Ie and net promptly Dont fail to dot DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Accept no substitute Regular size sOc Soldby all druggists Information Wanted Mrs Bohumji Before wo were mar Fled you said that life would be own grand sweet song Beubaui Welf what of its Mrs Benhnm1d like to know where you do your singing Now York Press 4 An Added Atiractlen Ah Elsie It Is fine to be married to an officer such a beautiful uniform and ad many decorations MYM and besides that Jkell kaband at nil l eraLWsore Jacob r o f + I 0 0 IJ- U J taa r rt 1 6- 1r it i sr r r n- L 1- s f i l f i I II L s 1 I i1 I f M 1- jt f f r J J t Ii J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGD SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Sabsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Exapaino the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas totify usb i When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGESr WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1909 THE LUCKY e9 The Winchester Democrat quotes from a citizen his optimisti view of the business outlook foi 1909 John OSullivan says pithily cTho 9s in American history have always been characterized by pros perity ho saidand if the tradition holds out and surface conditions are correct 1909 will bo a corker Running over history you will find the panic of 37 was succeeded by the great boom of 39 In 4Q gold was found in California Pipes Peak was discovered in 59 and the mines of Colorado opened In 69 tho era of reconstruction set in and tho prosperity that followed has never been equaled In 79 came another readjustment of industrial conditions particularly in the Southand great prosperity followed In 89 came the boom that collapsed in 92 In 99 the opening up of the Klondike and tho re vival of trade after tho Spanish war brought flnothor boom It looks likolistory will repeat itself in 1909 In considering thoso years of 9s the conclusion is readily drawn that tho 9s raado not the good luck but work did Nineteen hundred und nine good luck will cone to us through our own efforts and not through tho9H But wo recommend Mr OSullivans way of looking at the year that is before us HODGEWVILLEH- odgenvillc will have the honor of being hostess to thousands of patriotic Americans of the United States who will attend the Lincoln Centennial Celebration in LaRue county February the twelfth and next Saturday Hodgenvillo will also turn her hand for even a greater cause in the local option election All eyes and hearts through out Kentucky arc watching with eagerness to see the voters of that city put shame or commendation upon the folks who live around tho fence of tho birthplace of Abraham Lincoln Thursday The LaRue County Herald devoted column after column in behalf of the temperance work and showed truly a largo number of citizens were not so busy in pro paring to entertain the distinguished visitors that they could not mako strong efforts to keep whiskey out of Hodgenvillo May Hodgenvillo not only do herself proud in the National celebration but also take the stop that will bring a glorious home rejoicing when the polls close Saturday WM STERRETT MY NEWSPAPER SERVICE The renders of The News will be gratified to know that Col W G Sterrett has returned to theregulaservice of this paper and will contribute a weekly feature upon Passing Events beginning in this issue and continuing each Sunday besides other contributions that will appear from time to time Col Sterrcts long experience in journalism chiefly in connection with The News his wide and inti mate acquaintance with men and events prominent in this State and in the Nation the large fund of information seasoned with his own wholesome philosophy his kindly humor the broad human interest und original style so peculiar to his writings all these attractive fea tures will be pleasantly remembered by the old readers of The News and they will rejoice at what is in store for them Dallas News T S Anderson former president of the Davies County Bank and Trust Company was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary Anderson got exactly what ho gavedistress and disappointmentto thousands of others One cannot help noticing what a good oldworld this is in pityng a man after ho deliberately does wrong Whether or not the prisoner deserves sympathy it was deeply felt for him and his family as he was led away to the jail in Owonsboro Friday I 5000 A PAIGE You may know in pays to advertise from the fact that men wil lingly pay 5000 for a page ad The rate of The Ladies Homo Jour nal has been increased from 3000 to 5000 a page for advertising Space SAMPLE Plenty of rain and snow Miss Bessie BrutnHeld Is visiting Miss Myrtle Beauchamp of Stephens tort this week Mrs C Walls Is on the sick list J H Miller was In Hardlnsburg last week on business- D W Raulings is home from Buras on a few days visit Miss Lillian Dowell of Buch Hill entertained Sunday Misses Kate Furrow and Lula Miller of New Bethel and Messrs Carl Armstrong Charlie Miller and A P Varboe F Dowell of Buras is visiting rela tives and friends here this week Mrs Will Jolly entertained the young people Tuesday night at a social In honor of her daughter MaudD C Walls who was called to finish t the Hazle Dell school resigned by Miss Baker dismissed Tuesday on ac count of ill health The party given at the home of the widow Brouns on Buch Hill Saturday night was quite a success 16 girls and 2i boys AilPVarble was In Stephensport TuesdayOrb is ill at this writing of pneumoniaThe of farmers are done delivering tobacco receiving hand some prices especially the burley growersJames Jolly from off the extension was at home Sunday He is employed by the L H St L RR The Peruna Almanac The druggists have already been sup plied with the Peruna almanac for 1909 In addition to the regular astronomical matter usually furnished In almanacs the articles on astronogy are very at tractive to most people The mental characteristics of each sign are given with faithful accuracy Alist of lucky and unlucky days will be furnished to those who have our almanacs free of charge Address The Peruna Co Colnmbus O- living I Near The Lakes Dear SlrWe are living in the lake region Ohio is covered with twelve inches of snow in this part We must see how it is in Kentucky So please find 1 for renewal to The News Truly yours J Talbert Keenan Dresdon Ohio Thos waselected a deligate to the State Farmers Institute at Ellzabethtown W K MOorman Jr member of State Board of Agricul ture is candidate for reelection and Herbert Beard is also a candidate L GLENDEANEJ- ohn Fisher and Mr Day of Falls of Rough were the guests of Mr and Mrs C T Fisher Sunday Miss Nancy Smith and TildaMorriso of Fordsvllle were the guests of M and Mrs R E Smith Sunday John Raskins and Robert Moortna were in For sville Monday Miss Jennie Moorman entertained the following at 42 Wednesday evening McGavock Coleman Mattingly Walke Boxter anti R H Moorman Jr Misses Arrle Robertson Molly Moorman and Mrs A E Smith Miss Frances Moore of McDaniels was In town Tuesday Mrs R T Dempster has returne home after an extended visit to Mrs P H Nuelly of Georgetown Miss Eda Mattingly visited friends in Kirk last week Misses Elizabeth Mattingly and Jon nie Moorman were the guests of Mrs R A Crider Friday night Robert Fisher is very ill with chickenpox Mrs C L Fisher is visiting in Louis vllle Miss Nolle Robertson is on the sick listMiss Mabel Howard is ill with a bad cold Miss Sarah Denno Moorman is in town sick at the homo of Mr and Mrs H P Moormatl- Glendeane is on n bobm on account of so much tobacco being delivered Miss Sylvia Mattingly has entered school here after finishing her term teaching at Rockvale Mr and Mrs Robert Glasscock will go to Louisville Monday where they will make their home Mr and Mrs Lon Deane are the proud parents of a fine girl SCHOOL CLOSES Stephensport Jan 18 Special Miss Zelma Lay closed a very successful term of school last Friday The large crowd was entertained by songs recitations and dialogues by the pupils Eucty one performed his or her part ad mirably evidencing the thorough training of their teacher After the programme was rendered a peanut hunt was given the pupils and this was followed by a peanut shower for all A guessing contest resulted in a premium for Prentice Pullam and Lelia Belle Hawkins a visitor All left feeling they had spent an enjoyable afternoon Tom Ferry III For the last two weeks Tom Ferry has been suffering from an attack of malaria fever and his continued illness- is regretted by his many friends STOMACH DISTRESS And All Misery From Indiges tion Vanishes Five Minutes Later Every family here ought to keep omo Diapepsinin the houseasany one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time lay or night This harmless preparation will digest inythlug you eat and overcome a sour tomach five minutes afterwards- If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill your lays like a lump of lead in your tomach or If you have heartburn that is a sign of Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Pipes Diapepsjn and take one riungule after supper tonight There will be no sour risings no belching of indigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or intestinal griping This will all go and esides there will be no sour food leftover in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery because it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all your tomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 50cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion DARNED Rev Black filled the pulpit at Ephesus Sunday afternoon- A box supper will be given at this place Friday night January 22nd for the benefit of the schooli Everybody nvited to come Hunter Hunninger of West View was the guest of Miss Rue Meador Sunday DR W M GASPER DENTISTVt Cloverport evnry Wednesday and Thursday at Dr Ughtfpots Office Babies and Mothers Who Take Peruna I Helen Burress MINA ESTER SONG U Catarrh and Stomach Trouble Mr W G Burrcfls 217 West 7th St Superior Wis writes t After a lapso of ono year I take groat pleasure in adding my endorsement to tho many thousand you have for bring lug a complete euro to our little daugh ter Helen who had boon tickfillherMe with catarrh and stomach trQUbl6 i Cough for Four Months Mrs 0 E Long the mother of little Mina Long writes from Atwood Col orado as follows When I wrote you for advice my little threeyearold girl had a cough that had boon troubling her for four months She took cold easily and would whoozo and have spells of cough ing that would sometimes last for a half hour Wo doctored all winter without relief Now we can never thankyou enough for tho change you have made in our littlo ones health Catarrh of Worst Kind Mrs Helena Hooman 2930 Orkny St Philadelphia Pa writes CMy daugh ter is permanently cured of catarrh She had catarrh of tho worst kind for two years A friend advised me to try Peruna After she had taken two bot ties she felt bettor Mrs I B Payne who has been EH ing relatives at Clarkton has returned homeAnew International dictionary large globe and a case of maps have been purchased for our school Miss Ola Gray spent Sunday the guest of Mrs Thera Davis Vernon Drane of Webster and Robert Kennedy have entered school at this place Mrs Florence Pile and Miss Pearl Snyder went to Garfield Tuesday Mr Elbert Duggins of Leitchfield Is here to spend the winter with his parents Returns To The Fort Sergt Moorman Willis left Friday night for Fort Leavensworth Kans hi0- lfRS c i Says Peruna Saved Her Life Mrs Clara Lltterst Seafield Idwrites r I am confident that Pcrtma saved my life Last fall I took a severe cold which settled all over mo and I had a terrible misery in my side I doctored With Clio best physician hero but instead of getting bettor I becamo worse- I thought thou that I would try Peruna but I really did not think when I began to take it that it could euro mo U In less than a week I began to improve and kept on so until I was able to do my work- I wish I might toll all suffering humanity what Peruna did for me I xcan it if to I iIi rBoy Restored to Health I Mrs E T Ohoraor 5219 Emerald Avo Chicago Ill writes I really dont know how to explain to you tho benefit your Peruna has done our boy We have used three bottles so far and will soon got another I must tell you all tho good lt has dono us Our boy is throe years old and was taktin ill Ho was going into a sort ot decline Ho had a cough that sounded liko an old mans lost his appetite was restless in his sleep IWe called in our family doctor and he proscribed for him but he remained just the same I suggested that we give himPeruna after a most enjoyable months fur lough at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs R O Willis He is just as jolly as ever but bears quite a good deal of military dignity Sergt Willis was entciinined a number of times dur ing his visit w Prom the first day wo gave him Pe rnna ho began improving That was a month ago He can go out now and there is no danger of his taking cold for wo give him a dose of Poruna beforo ho goes out and when ho comes in I am a firm believer In Peruna Poruna is a splendid remedy for colds There is probably not a hamlet in the United States whore ithas not boon used for colds with tho greatest of satisfaction Pernna is also a remedy for general catarrhal complaints Catarrh of the nose Catarrh of tho head Catarrh of the throat Bronchial tubes Lungs and other internal organs Will Entertain Mrs H H Kemper will entertain the Irvington GirTs Club next Tues day afternoon Farmers TelephonesX Not only do you not tho market quotations which pricesWyour 1wj with her neighbors friends and relatives after her domestic duties are done You will be surprised j 1 to find how cheaply you can get excellent tele j1 V phone service Call the manager for information y regarding our special Farmers Line rates 8 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated a3E7 5i 75S 3i ttaS a3r o t Statement of Condition of The 9 Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company Of Hardinsburg Kyi at the close of business December 31 1908 0 Resources t fLiabilities 1 Stock Paid In 500000028805775Capital jjNotes and Bills 25Surplus and Undevlded Profits 109018I lID Cash in Safe 17881 r Dividendi No 37 3 per cent 150000 Cash In other Banks 2888357 5 405136Amount due Depositors v27880891Stocks and Bonds Banking House and L t180000 tff Wli Other Real Estate 13679 k J k if j lIDFurniture and Fixtures 40000 rl Total3412 1072 tfi TotalUs u3412IO72 0r 1 I t rffi J I hreSJJeCUUllY i j respectfullyM H Beard cashier rr r r t r Jr I r rrj v 0 r = rIIf 1 JL t J L C L i2J v 1 a1J 0n- IJ I r 1 0 c t 11 f Lr O 1I 1 00 7jJ 2r JL t M Ii I o 11 I I rpV i MV + 11- r j i f tr F- rs f l S tr I Tn o a f 1 1i t rr- a r- r i JI i Vt 0 7 1- f tII i r i t Y x tr C I CATARRHYJi ncfCuy Elys Cream Balm- Is quickly absorbed Gives Rellel at Onco It cleanses soothes heals protects tho disease mom frqmOatarrh away n Cold In tho i I des IthaI I r DruggIsts r nJEly Brothers GO Warren Street New York She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JAN 20 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL Pure food groceries Nolle Standard groceriesNolte Roller Skates for sale Nows Office ArcbFrlzzeHof Canneltou was hors Sunday The best to be had groceries Nolte heroCMondayJ Brashear has returned from LouisvilleA complete grocery depart ment Nolle Shoes at Cost Prices this week at Conrad Sippels A revival will be held at the Baptist church in February Mrs Wm Gibson of Holt has been visiting in Lodiburg Jams s Tll1us was in town Saturday and subscribed forthe News Billy Brown of Holt moved his family to Henderson Monday Miss Eunice Miller of Owensboro is the guest of Miss Anne Jarboe Mrs Ira Behen and Miss Edith Plank speat Wednesday in Owensboro Great Bargains in Shoes this week at Conrad Siprels Tim Shoe Man A fine son arrived at the home of Mr and Mr Hardin Kinder Sunday Richard Wathen of Louisville was here Sunday to see Miss Francis Smith J W Pate manager of the Clover port Foundry went to Louisville Tues dayMr and Mrs Tague and daughter Beatrice were here from Kkron to spend Sunday Julius Dutschke went to Lodiburg Sun day to see his son August Dutschke who is ill Mrs Tom Flood of Holt and Mrs Flood of Stephensport went to Hender son Tuesday Don miss the Great Bargain Sale in shoes for men women and children at Conrad Sippels Mrs John Burns and daughters Misses Isabelle and Edith spent Sat urday in Louisville j Mr and Mrs Lonnie Ray and son Freddie have moved here from their farm near Hawesville Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Dennis Flood and son left this week for their homo at Apachee Oklahoma after a visit to Tom Flood at Holt Mr and Mrs LJdge Gibson of Mon roe Ark arrived Monday to visit her mother Mrs Mike Hamman Mrs Sarah McCoy Mr and Mrs Kennedy of Henderson are visiting Mr and Mrs Wm Hall at Holt LostGold Thimble during the holi days iii this city Finder return to Thos Tousey and receive reward Rev Willett of Ekron preached two trial sermons at the Walnut Street church Owensboro last Sunday I How To Gain Flesh Persbns have been known to gain a poundadayby taking an ounce of ScottsEmulsion It is strange but it often happens Somehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking SCOTTS EMULSIONS ofpaper In which It appears your address and toss rafts to cover portaae and we wUl MR- dooIIaCellllllltc lImb Atlas of the Wuld SCOTT A JWWWftijNil Than St New Yetk t1 Mrs Hawley of Hawesville la hereto see Mrs Wlllington who Is quite ill at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Saw yerRev Currie has returned home from Louisville Next Sunday evening lie will deliver a sermon on modern amuse mentsOver 5000 has been raised by Italian socltles in Louisville for n relief fund lobe settUo sufferers in Sicily and Southern ItalyI i Mrs Ida Nottingham of Lodiburg wus in Louisville Monday She has recently been appointed post mistress at Lodiburg A special term of the Hardin County Fiscal Court will be held Jan 21 to take steps toward building the WestI Point bridge Miss Addle N Wlllett the daughter of Rev Willett of Ekron has graduated from Bowling Green Business Uui versity and is ready to accept a position as stenographerMrs of Big Spring was called to Louisville last Tuesday to see Mrs Guy Meador who suddenly died after her arrival The remains were taken to EHzabethtown for interment Wharfmaster Thos Lewis is enjoying seeing the oats again and says the freight traffic is very good The Taras con is in service now and the Tell City will probably enter trade next week Rev J F Winchell has resigned the pastorate of the Bites Run church and has open engagements for two Sundays in the month He would like to spend the time in the Breckonridge Assocla tiou L D Addison at 128 4th street Louis ville is serving the public with all kinds of Sea Food Oysters blue points at one cent each clams Lobsters nnd fish Call to see hini when you po to Louis villeRev W H Bruner hell his regular monthly meeting at Patesville Jast Sat urday and Sunday He re orts a fine meeting and three converts stand for Baptism Owing to the long dry spell ho says there has not been water enough in that neighborhood for the use of Baptists HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L jt SOCIETY NOTES 1 j 0 JAmericas Beauties Miss Jeanette Burns one pf the brightest members of the younger set wasjhostess to liThe American nutles Saturday afternoon ooq- Girls Club Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis will entertain the Girls Club this after noon 000 Informal Party Mr and Mrs Fort and son Clifton entertained Informally and in a most pleasant way at their home Thursday evening The guests were Mr and Mrs H L Stader David Owen Hall Mrs Leonard Oelze and children Mary Owen and Robert Mrs Shelby Conrad and son Samuel Edward Mrs H A Oelze Mrs Adams Mrs Lizzie Geer Martha Emily and Billy Reidt000F- iveCourse Dinner Mrs Mary Jennie Dunn was hostess Sunday to a very beautiful dinner at the Hamman home The invited guests were Rev James Lewis Rev B M Currie Rev Edwin Graves Rev Celes tine Brey Miss Florence Lewis Mrs Gibson Mr and Mrs Chas Hamman 000 Surprise Party On Christmas evening December 25 1908 quite a number of Mr and Mrs Coutys friends and neighbors gathered at their home to remind their invalid son Arthur of Christmas time They pres9trt him with a fish bowel and- four g d fish as a Christmas present A very pleasant evening resulted Mr Wm Strickler was present and furnish ed some very fine music on his phono graph A nice lunch was served of fruit and cake and all departed feeling that this was a very enjoyable evening and with many good wishes for Arthur One who was there Nickerson Argosy 000 e Will SallSoonI Miss Mary Mariott arid MIst Jennie Green of Falls Hof Rough will leave Louisville on January 28 for Now York andwill sl111on January oon the Kouig Albert for Nnples Miss Mariott and Miss Green will remain abroad for some time Courier Journ- alSTIPHENSPORT Rev Winchell filled his appointment at the Baptist churchSunday Mrs MLRobertsOf it visiting InYel w ngtonandQwQboro W J Schopp was In Louisville last week buying goods Miss Nellie Tompson and brother Earl have returned home from a visit to their grandparents at C S H Dlx Is able to be out again after several days illness Mr and Mrs Chas Tlmts have re turned home from Owensboro Miss Zclma Lays school closed here Friday with a very interesting exercise Miss Lelah Hawkins and Prentice Pullam were the lucky ones in the bean contest Mrs Jake Hanks has returned home from Evansville DUKES ITEMS Mrs Jack Tindle who has been ill for several weeks of lagrippeis improving Marion Camp elle and family spent Sunday with his brother Lee H H Tindle made a business trip to Patcsville Saturday morning Mr and Mrs Philip Powers of Goer ing spent several days last week with her parentsMr and Mrs Clint Beavins Miss Ethel Campbell and brother Arthur and uncle Lenard spent Sat urday and Sunday with Misses Sue and Lea McGavock of Webster The school children had great fun snow balling Wednesday and Thursday Virgil Ray of Cloverport visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Frank Johnson of Waitman visited relatives herelast week Wave Rice and family moved to Wnitman Monday- Isaac Powers of Goering spent Sun day and Monday at J H Bashams Mrs L Newbury and little grand son Oliver spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs Steve Powers Miss Mable Hall entertained several of her friends with a party Saturday night All present had an enjoyable time arrsaa roa trt avs a amm YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co Sudden Death Little George William Newton th two year old son of Mrs Wm New ton died here at the home of her aunt MrsChas Bohler where he with his mother had come for a visit He came Sunday and was taken sick Monday with pneumonia fever and died Tues day night He was a bright little fellow and had a beautiful disposition His MORE PINKHAffl CURES Added to the Long List due RemedyIpleasurethatalready long list hoping that it may induce others to avail themselves of tills valuable meal v-legetableCompound fered from terrible headaches pain in my back and right side was tired and nervous and so weaklcould hardly stand Lydia E Vegetable stored me to health and made me feel like a new person and it shall always have my praise Mrs W P VALENTINE 002 Lincoln Avenue Camden N J Gardiner Me I was a great suf ferer from a female disease Tile doc tor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation but Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound completely cured mo in three months ns S t WILLIAMS R r D No 14 Box 80 Gardiner Me Because your case is a difficult one gooddoVegetabloComp0Und many cases of female ills such as in displacementsfibroid ngdoWl1fC trifletolions to many 1i tr1DJwomen MISSIONARYSPRAISESCUTICURA withDandruffFeared her Hair Many Treatments were FutileBaby had MilkCrust BOTH CHILDREN CURED BY FAMOUS REMEDIES I II For wasmissionary wowroatandryatmospherowith dandruff and my daughters scalp became so encrusted with it that I was alarmed for fear she would loso all her AfterspendingInand Iboughtaboxrubbingthoroughlyintogently fromthogave a CutlcuraSoapclean and free from dandruff and after theCutleurasparinglyintosay that tho Cuticura Remedies wero a withdandrufflongtimeCutleuraOintment thohairsuccessfullythosocalledmllkcrustnever found anything to equal them thlslettcrCorRemedies mankindFtithSt1 Cuticura Ointment is one of tho most successful curatives for torturing dis scalpincludingin proof of which a single anointing withCuticuranecessary by a mild doso of Cuticura Resolvent liquid or pills Is often otItchingeczemas irritations and inflammations permit rest and sleep and point to a speedy cure when all else fails Sold throuehout the world Potter Drug Chem Corp Role Props Boston Mon WMailed Free Cuticura Book on SMn DUcisca death was unusually sad as he was sick such a short time also being just eight weeks from the night his father was killed His mother is heart broken and has the sympathy of all in her bereave mentThe remains were taken to Louisville Wednesday and buried In St Louis cemetery to await the coming of Him who said Suffer the little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such Is the Kingdom of Heaven Contributed + + rtsII nFOU RENT A furnished room in a rest convenient to business purl of town and depot Apply tit the News oilicc theebuilding u ness KALE Scholarship in Bowling Green University Howling Green ICy lIreck enrldge News J- HEATER and cooker combined stovo for News olllce Farm WantedA Wish to near quickly from OWNERS I who will sell mREOT TO BUYER Irood farm of any size In any loca Ity Not particular about locution OWNERS only need answer who are willing to close their own deal direct R Ith BUYER without pay Ing any commission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con nect my 1IDNDHEU8 OF BUYEllS With OWNERS so they can buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some 8 to nLII lowest L OAR priceII YPUBLIC PUBLICSALE rOn W N Pates farm one mile East of Mattingly on Saturday January 30 1909 There will bo a public sale of a few good mares cattle 48 head of good sheep hogs farming implements wagon 1 spring wagon 1 surrey 1 buggy some feed TorrasCasb or note with securityW PATE- MalUngIyKy Iw 1 w WAI VW RAINISnow or Slushy Days I Call for Overshoes Either Rubbers Alaskas Artics or Footholds to keep the feet dry We are ready to fill the order instantly All sizes in stock i Send us your number JCNOLTEBROL tS r trMadOr rtrttlor tt 4 We FURS want especially Skunk WANTED Mink Raccoon Fox FURSiiMuskrats Ship your produce to us Highest market Hides Wool Tallow Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides tWe are Dealers and IAJont4REFERENCE Any flank or Merchant In Louisville to us Shipping tags and prIces ou Try us with a shipment AmertcaII ISAAC ROSENBAUM SONS 321323 E In shipping to till above firm or writing to nrnrsrws W obr r r tId U um rmm IIThe Carlsbad of America I I French Lick and West Baden Springs IndINow reached by direct line of I theI I Southern Railway I Leave Evansville 7 20 am 220 pm M- tt Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pmtCannelton 715am 2 15 II co Tell City 725am 222 pmIco Troy 735am 2 32 fSArrive French Lick10 20 am 545 pm eArrive West Baden10 30 am 555 pm fi fliDailyExcept Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS tll lt1 Evansville to French JAck3 16 To West Bnden3 20 ifljiIIED Stratton P A Evansville Ind i Jr A G P A St Louis MoE1 iIJIJjfjlIJIllRaJiIJ DontForget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat WorkTin and Electrical work Wo carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Machine Co Undergoes Operation Tom Carter went to Louisville last week to undergo an operation for appendicitis He was accompanied jby- Dr Lightfoot and is improving rapid ly BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and- Undivided Profits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVER PORT KY I NinetyTwo Years Aunt Mary Bradford is hero frog Hardinsburg visiting her grafidsoa l I nH7tYtwoyears A51 C St i J i i i r r i f a rr- G a r 1 11 n t i1I n- i t T- Ii I r t I f i VI t 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARDPresident AI IL BEARDCashier PAUL CQMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and much as any safely bank can afford to pay EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Edited By County Supt Joel H Pile Hardinsburg Ky Applying for Schools For the accommodation of teachers and school people generally the following table of trustees is published Already am I questioned about this tees as the applicant often wishes not only to file application with the secretary but also to let the othe members of the Division know of his application I suppose that no teach er wanting a particular school will fail to let the local trustee of that district know of his want Of course he will secure the support of the local trustee if he really expects to be vot ed the school when the Division Board meets I append a few sentence paragraphs from the school law All applications for positions in schools shall be filed with the Secretary of the Division Board of the cd ucational division on which the school position is sought- A majority of the members of such Division Board shall be necessary to the election of any teacher in any Board in each educa tional division shall meet for thecon sideration of applications and the election of teachers on the last Sat urday of June of each year The Division Board may meet on the last Saturday of July and August In each year for the purpose of filling any vacancies which mayexist The Division Board may meet at Such other times as the chairman may designate County Board of Education This Table will be run several times for tile accommodation to teachers Joel H Pile Chairman 1st Division Jesse Whitworh Har dinsburg2nd Wm Gilbert Stephens port3rd Division Joe B Severs Union Star II Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 n depositsno managed subdistrictThe 4th Division H H Hoskinson Custer 5th Division Jas O Leslie Mook 6th Division p C Moorman Glen dQfvno Secretaries of Divisions 1st Division K Harmon Hardinsburg 2nd Division Joe B Smart Clover port3rd Edwin F Egart Mooley vllle 4th Division David Penick Custer 5th Division Pete Bennett Buras Oth Division Frank Lyons McQuady Trustees Educational Division No 1 WhitworthrHardinsburg Has charge of Har dinsburg colored school also Hendrick sub 2 J F Jolly Hardins burgOakland sub 3 Jas W Miller Har dinsburgKirk 4 GR Mattingly Kirk Weatherfords sub 5 Tims ODono ghue Hardinsburg Also has charge of the Robards colored school Harned sub G Robert Weatherford Hared Freedom sub 7 Berry Norton Gar fieldNortons sub 8 T F Triplett Har dinsburgBells 9 K Harmon Hardins burgNew Bethel sub 10 D S Miller HardinsburgShellman sub 11 Abe McMeador Hardinsburg Educational Division No 2 Tauls subs Warfield Hendrick Har dinsburg Balltown sub 2 Joseph Welse Mat tinglyHazel Dell sub 3 Logan Hickerson SampleHickory Lick sub 5 J B Jackson TarforkPlsgah sub 5 WBTaul Mattingly Hardins sub 0 NatTaul Cloverport Hites Run sub 7 J B Smart Clo verport Also in charge of Clover port colored school- Persimmon Flat sub 8 Albert Orum ClovcrportIHolt sub 9 Dan Burks Holt Floods sub 10 Wm Gilbert Steph ensportTucker sub 11 Pete Maysey StephensportTarfork 12 Dennle Sheeran Tarfork DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloe C V HobertsonIIB F Beurdll as Sample sub 13 Napoleon Broomfield Sample v- Stephensport sub 14 Sam H Dix Stephensport Educational Division No 3 Irvington sub 1 J D Ashcraft Ir vington Also in charge of Irvington colored school- Webster sub 2 C H Claycomb WebsterRaymond sub 3 JerryBasham Ray mondFrymire sub 4 W C Philpot Fry mire Vessels sub 5 G G Parr Khodelia Mooleyville sub 9 E F Egart MooleyvilleClifton sub 7 Rufus D St Clair Webster Lodiburg sub 8 J E Payne Lodi burgJarrett sub 9 J R Burton Mystic Union Star sub 10 J B Severs Union Star Shiloh sub 11 John F Biddle Union Star English sub 12 W H Dutschke AmmonsPleasant Vallev sub 13 J A Manning MooleyvUle Ghenanltlsub 14 S E Yates Che naultEducational1 Division No 4 Custer sub 1 H H Hoskinson CusterBrowns Sub 2 Philip Snyder Garfield Forest Glade sub 3 David Penick CusterGermantown sub 4 Tom Carman i HarnedHigh Plains sub 5 Jeff Trent Big Sprintcc Capps sub 0 Peyton Smith Neff Dranes sub 7 T L Johnson Custer Rosetta sub 8 C H Priest Rosetta Spires sub 9 S A Kasey Rosetta Bewleyville sub 10 W C Jolly Ir- vington Also in charge of Bewley ville colored school Basin Spring sub 11 J B Gibson IrvingtonGross 12 Hiram Durlin Gar field Also has charge of Garfield colored school Perrin sub 13 Jas E Bruner GarfieldGarfield sub 14 W T Dowell Gar fieldMt Nebo sub 15 J L Grey Custer Educational Division No5 McDaniels sub 1 F T Rhodes McDaniels nmi i i i i rmrmnmnmnnnni IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED 4 The American Farm Review and Digest of the Agricultural Press It contains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper is endorsed by the leading agricultural authorities of the country RItcontains not only what the farmer needs but just what he has long been seeking employes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper Believing that the wideawake and up todnte farmer will appreciate such a publication I as The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for the benefit of our readers contracted FARMT1HERE IS OUR OFFER i iFor 100 we will send the Breckenridge Dewsand d The American Farm Review one year i OSend your orders to t The Breckenridge News p Cloverport Kentucky rnmDDpEppDEDDDDDDpV I IFiher sub 2 Ed Dunn Fisher Antioch sub 3 Isaiah pullcn Mad rid Mt Glliad sub 4 J W Holmes Hardin Springs L Llttle UnlonK sub G F Johnson Hardin Springs Constantine sub 0 Fletcher Mercer Constantine Fairfield sub 7 Pete Bennett Buras t Buras sub 8 J L Lucasj Buras Mook sub 0 J O Leslie Mbok West View sub 10 Sam Hennings West View I Hayes sub 11 12 C Williams Scree Cave Spring sub 12l T Henning er Roff cowards sub 13 A C Glascock McDanielsCoyles 14 Henry Tucker Mad rid Hudson sub 15 James A Paul Hudson Educational Division No 6 Glendeane sub 1 D C Moorman Glendeane Also has charge of Glendeane colored school Moorman sub 2 F W Bailey KF D 1 Glendeane Morton sub 3 Frank Deane Glen deane Jackson sub 4 Robert Thompson McQuady McQuady snb 5 Frank Lyons Mc Quady Also in Charge of McQuady colored schoo- lMattingly sub 0 J R Mattingly Hardinsburg R F D No1 Poplar Run sub 7 T R Critchelow Axtel Sand knob sub 8 W K McClellan AxtelBurtons i sub 9 Hr C Lake Rock valeSapps sub 10 Wm Clark Askin Askin sub 11 G H Hedden Askin January Graduation The graduation examination will be held in Hardinsburg Friday and Sat urday January 29 and 30 Passing not only gives a diploma and marks something accomplished something done but it qualifies for appoint ment to the State Normal and gives admission without examination next fall to the County High School Appointed to State Normal Many of the following ambitious teachers and young people who have requested and received appointment to the State Normal will enter at the opening of the term January 20 Eva H Pumphrey Westview Fannie Moore Fisher Jewell Moore Fishier Joe Moore Fisher Louis Bennett Custer I Mary Bennett Custer Angle Gibson Irvington Pearl Mays Webster Beulah Payne Irvington Albert L Osborne Madrid Myrtle Milner Mook Boone Allen Kirk Dave Walls Hardinsburg Jasper A Head Lodlburg O R Storms Fisher Malessa Mattingly Mattingly Rosa Lou Ditto Hardinsburg Rufus McCoy Union Star Dead from Library The best selling books for the month of December were The Trail of the Lonesome Pine Lewis Rand Peter Smith The Test ing of Dana Mallory CityIThe Man From Brodneys All these are in the teachers library Non teachers can read having choice of over 000 books for only 1 per year or 25 cents for a term of three months Join us and read the most popular of the latest and the best of the old Any book may be kept one month President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Indus trial andOrphans Home at Macon da who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It bas proved a most excellent medicine for Stt mach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on eorth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal I Best for femaie complaints Only sOc at Severs Drug Co A Difficult Task One of the greatest puzzles said n member of parliament Is how to concede the most worthy nnd honorable Intentions to an opponent now to pro teas au unswerving and unfading tar let In lilv uncompromising vornclf and bone files and at the same ttc to convey n distinct conviction tbu r- Ip ac Impostor and u humbug of firs water nrU nn accomplished Ana alas cnrrvlrK n welter of ftIblrtccn stun sever joand In the mendacity hands cap London Opinion Brave Fire LaddIesIoften receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bucklena Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 2c at Severs Drug Co J mu 4Il 41 The Free Class In Shorthand 4 i I Started Monday January ltbAt the end of the day they coqld write and read a letter in shorthand On Tuesday they wrote the letter at 40 words a minute On Wednesday tbey wrote another letter at 50 I mmwords a minute nnd on Thursday they wrote another at 60 words a minute Did you ever hear of such a record in 4 days with any other system Before enrolling it was difficult to convince them that they couktbe writing letters by the end of the week They thought our shorthand was just the same as the old systems They think differently now fl fl t Whyspend from G to 8 months time and money to learn an old hard system when you can learn our new easy system of shorthand in 12 y j0y I in 28 weeks and be a successbmmate CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lFOURTH LOUteVILLE KY I 1D33 1Pa1 r3919919r 1a1t 3li lt l CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE FARMERS BANK Of Hardinsburg yto Secretary of State at the close of business Dec 31 1908 c Resources Loans and Discounts 891 401 5 Stocks and Bonds 520000 Cash and due from Dks 11138 183 Banking louse and Lot 150000 Furniture and Fixtures 87500 Overdrafts 52059 10861757 J Capital 1500000 Surplus 475000 Profits Deposits 88861 J The above statement correct i John D Shaw Cashier Of ea9 fasOr oe Ilfli1l1lfllti IIii1I11UIIfI1IIi1I1W11 Statement of Condition of The BankItA1 I Resources fi Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 874481 II Cash in other Banks 4962 74 I Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 I Current Expenses Last Six Months 95953 ITotnl 90323 72 JJ Stock Undivided 612 5 10861757 is r 1 1908 00 Surplus Fund 777 18 Undivided SlgS 09 Amount Deposi tors 71351 45 I We have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous IfI business We have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid ing for our depositors every safeguard to their protection and security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and fire I proof safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by either burglary or robbery We pay 4 per cent iuterest on time deposits which is more than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays I We believe in paying our patrons all we can for the use of their money The late disasterous bang failures have demonstrated that it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take this opportunity to thank our customers whose patronage has helped to make thisthe largest and best statement in our five years of business Respectfully S ADAIR 1it K J W n nojVHEii President AD SKILLMAN Cashier F L LionrroOT Ciue SKITUUAN AsstCashter The Old Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 52OOpOO I Insured in every way and protected by the very latest Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited M 4L THE I 1 Fifth I Ky PIKE Atgr l6a3f ir 93l83 3lti9v r Always at It They say that Mrs Grlndly does a great deal of fancy work I should say she did When she can find nothing else to do she rufflen her husbands teiap Detroit Fret Pretir f c6 i r Liabilities t Total Respectfully Liabilities Capital Stock15000 Profits Due Totnl9032372 known I IJNO Cashier VlcoPresJdontdp Relia- bleBRF3CKINRIDGi BANK equipment Avenge HOTEL Louisville CAMPBELL i =fi IThe most centrally located ard only firstclass hotel In the city Jmaklng u 21200 rate 1Only1 Street cars pass thoidoor to all garb of the city- 10verythtng neat andiclean IiE9r 6 71c3lD3333 lE 9lE i 6 I Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicjceu weaken DoanaRegulctsconstipaton La J M i r4 i lMr IiI = if III t ylc ti i to c 1aA r i + hItio f If I w TijJ fse +vr c 1a ot c f i IJnr y + TVTf jT ad J 4 wl W F w c f Jtr r r ii- It i- rr r 4 at a ar r i i 1 j I i i f fI I aa- I a-a- t ai aI I I t i I ylr M 4 ltt b I c Ii teat IJI r c Jone able tfCopyrlihtu 1906 lIy Dodd Mead i Company 00400 CHAPTER XXXIII ROOM stood for a few moments In the hurtling snowstorm abstractedly gazing toward Longacro squire The chill In his marrow was not from the blizzard that swept down upon I him The gaunt gray look In his face was not that of hunger or want There I was fover In his brain and chill In his heart Ho had forgotten Janes trivial1 tragedy Ills one overwhelming thought was of James Bansemer The heavy ulster was unbuttoned and the snowflakes pelted in against his neglected shirt front A doorman call ed his attention to the oversight He came to himself drew the coat close about his long frame and hurried off rown Fifth avenue The storm was so vicIous that he boarded a crosstown car at Fortysecond street A man el bowed him in the narrow vestibule He looked up and gasped aloud In sudden terror An Instant Inter bo laughed at his fears The man was not James Bansemer A cold perspiration started out over his body however Through his brain there went racing the ever revolving cry e Hell come straight to mestraight- to mel The hour was not late but the bliz zard had driven the crowds from the Streets Eighth avenue sidewalks were deserted except for the people who were obliged to brave the storm As Droom hurried south to his lodgings heII became possessed of a racking belief that some one was following close upon his heels some one who was rushing tip to deal him a murderous blow in the back The old man actually broke Into a frantic run In covering the last half blockIt not until he was In his rooms with thu door bolted that he could rid himself of the dread The fire had gone out and the light was low His teeth chattered and his hand shook as he raised the wick in the lamp Tho palsy of inexplicable fear was upon him Kneeling before the stove he be gan to rebuild the tire His back was toward the door and he turned an anxious face in that direction from time to time Footsteps on the stair way sent a chill through his gaunt tame They passed on up the not flight but ho waited breathlessly until he heard the door of the apartment above slam noisily For half an hour he sat huddled in front of the stove without removing his hat and ulster Curse tho luck he was saying ov rand over ogaln to himself sometimes aloud Why should ho have a par don What are the laws for Curse thatmeddling old fool OleggI Theyll set him free and hell hunf me out 1 know ho will Ho wont forgive me for that days work He may be free now It may have been ho who followed me But nol Thats a silly thing to think It takes weeks and mofiths to get a pardon Maybe may be they wont get It after all lib tried to throw off his desperate feeling of apprehension chattering all sorts of comforting reasons and ex cuses to himself as he scurried about the rooms with aimless haste Try as he would however when the time came he could not readnot even of his courage inspiring Napoleon Tho howl of tho wind annoyed and appalled him He caught himself listening Intently for sounds above and not of the storm A nervous Intermittent laugh broke I from his lips as ho went on cursing himself for a fool to be so disturbed by Graydons report What have I to fear from him Why should I let that look of his un nerve me so Why cant I forget it It it didnt mean anything Im a fool to think of it Nearly two years ago that was Why ho may bo A new thought chased the old one out before It was formed His eyes caught sight of one of his completed models stand lug In the corner It was the model for the guillotine For a long time ho sat staring at the thing a hundred Impressions forming and reforming In his brain I wonder If Ill really die before he Is liberated he was saying dumbly to himself I wonder if I will Theres no sign fltnoW Im strong and well enough to live for years Sup pose he is freed inside of a month br two What then By heaven Id be losing the dearest hope of my whole life My last sight of himthat beautiful vision behind the barswould ttie Spoiled undone wiped out Hed be as free as I I wont die inside ot- a month Im sure Hed come here and laugh at me and hed kill me in the end God I know bo would Hed I have the joy of seeing my pain and terror and defeat hed sob me last 14 be bloody and crushed and He checked himself in the midst of fcfaeee dire forebodings to rise suddenly iad cross to the ghastly looking frame frith the cords the hinges and th- eEat broadax that lay harmlessly in groover at the top For many he stood and gazed at the ax- isI flesh as cold as ice Then he- ested the cords Tie ax dropped wily to the block foelpwf j The odor of geranium leaves assailedt lif LpBtrilsL With an uJdJiaDuliLm If 0 turned and swept the pots from tho window box scattering tLem over the floorHo lifted the broadax to its place tenderly almost lovingly By my soul its a beautiful piece of work Its as sure as the grave Itself Again he stood ort and looked at tin Infernal bit of his own handiwork his eyes glistening with dread of the thing He turned and fled to the op posite side of the room keeping his back toward the silent guillotine which seemed to be calling to him He glanced slyly fearfully over his shoulder and then faced the thing deliberately his jaws set his eyes staring- It Is a quick wayn sure way ho muttered I havent anything to live for and but a few years at most No body cures whether I live or die not even I James Bansemer could not bat ter me down as he surely will if I He crossed to an old cheat and un locked Its lid with feverish haste A bundle of papers came up In the grasp of his tense fingers Casting dreadful glances at the insistent ax he seated himself at the table and began looking over the papers He wont take his fathers rotten money but hell take mine Its honest It represents wages honestly bitterly earned Theres more than 20000 to give him Hell be surprised Twenty thousandI He laid the first paper his Will drawn in favor of Graydon Ban semer Signed and addressed upon the table and then carelessly tossed the other documents Into the chest By the Lord Harry Ill have the best of James Bansemer yet HIs boy will take my money even though he spurns his God I wish I could see him when ho knows all this It would bo glorious He fingered the document for a tense moment and then arose to remove his coat and vest These bo hung away in his closet with all his customary care fulness In the middle of tho room he stopped his quivering fare turned to ward the gaunt thing of execution His feet seemed nailed tto the floor His brain was urging him to go on with the horrid deed his body was rebelling Suddenly he found his strength of limb With a guttural howl ts clasped his hands to his eyes and fled blindly into his bedroom Hurling his lonr shivering frame upon the bed he tried to shut out the enticing call of the thing of death How long he quivered there shuddering and struggling ho could not have told In the endand as suddenly as he had fledhe leaped up and with a shrill laugh dashed back into the other room There was no hesitation in his body now With a maniacal glee he rushed upon the devilish contrivance in tho corner tearing the ax from Its place with ruthless hands Throughout the building rang the sounds of smashing wood furious blows of steel upon wood and high above the din arose the laugh of Elias Droom In two minutes the guillotine lay In chips and splinters about the room Dropping back against the wall wet with perspiration a triumphant grin upon his face Elias surveyed the wreckage His muscles relaxed and his eyes lost the dread that had filled them The smile actually grew into an expression of sweetness and peace that his face had never known before As ho staggered to a chair n great sigh of relief broke from his lips There I he gasped Its over its over My head is on my shoulders lit really is after all It is not rolling into the cornerno noI By my head my own head tooIt was a close call for you Elias Droom Now Ill take what comes Ill wait for James Ban semen Ill stick it out to the end If he comes hell find me here Ive conquered the Infernal death that stood waiting so long for me in that corner and I never suspected it either How near it was to me It stood there and waited for me to come It knew that I would come sooner or later But Ive smashed it Its gone Its thereWith I hands he gathered up the pieces of wood and cast them into the stove As the remains of that frightful minister of death crackled and spit with defeated venom Elias Droom calmly pulled on his worn dressing gown lighted his pipe and cocKed his feet upon the stove rail a serene look in his eyes a chuckle in his throatCHAPTER XXXIII ANE CABLE upon enter- Ing the cab offered no re sistance when Graydon drew her head ove against his shoulder Hli strong right hand clasped her listless fingers and tho warmth of his heart came boundinginto her veins as If by magic He did net speak to her but she knew that ho was claiming her then for all time She knew that nothing could stand in the way of his purpose The sobs grew less despair- Ing her understanding of things less yague and uncertain A few moments before she had felt that she was no kin to the world now there was a new appreciation of love and Its greatness lin her soul Thin imaa had loved berg l aJNt- t Yy 7jy George Barr- McCutcheodn Author of Beverly of Grauslark Etc you I would take her up and shield herI against the hate of the world There had not been a moment when her own lovo for him wavered She worshiped him now as she had In tho beginning Tho revelation of Droom the theatric scents in the cafe the crushing of tho small hope she had cherished all con spired In this secure moment to waken her Into a realization of what an over balancing power love Is Unconsciously her fingers tightened upon his and her body drew closer She was arraying herself against the tear that sho might lose this haven of rest and joy after allthe haven she had been willing to scourge and destroy In the bitterness of her heart A great wave of pity for herself came sweeping over her It grew out of the dread that he might after all deny her the place that no one else in the world could giveGraydons cold face was suddenly illumined The incomprehensible sweet ness of pain rushed through hip blood Ho had given up his hope as blighted after tho harsh hour with Droom He could not believe his new found suc cess Doubt unbelief enveloped him as he raised her head a kiss crying for Its kind Ills arm crept behind her shoulders Sho lid not offer a repulse Her wet cheek touched his in submlr lion It was tho first time his hungry arms had held her In centuries it seemed to him and to her It was the first time their lips had met except InI dreams since that horrid night so long ago Jane Jane he was whispering in I herIthem in check They fled like weak lings before tho older and stronger hopes and desires They did not know of the blockade of cabs at the corner of Fortysecond street nor how long they stood there Shouting cabmen and police officers tried to rival the white blizzard In pro tuseness but they did not hear them Oh Graydon I cannot I must not she was crying holding his hand with almost frenzied disdain for the words so plaintively loyal It is out of the question dearest You know it Is I love youoh how I love you But I I must not be your wife 11- Ive had enough of this Jane be said so firmly that she stiffened percep tibly in his arms Its all confounded rot Excuse me but It is I know you think youre right but youre not Old Elias gave the best advice In the world You know what It was Weve just got to make our own happiness Nobody else will do It for us and Its just as I easy to bo happy as it is to be the other way Im tired of pleading Ive wait ed as long as I Intend to WOre going bo married tomorrow Iito GraydonDont Its no use dearest Weve lost a year or two I dont In i tend to lose another day What do I care about your father and mother What did they care about you You owe all the rest ot your life to yourself and to me Come will you consent willingly or lIe paused She was very still In his arms for a long I timeI do so want to be happy she said at last reflectively No nol f onlyfbeen married for a few years When i Im growing old and plain and you begin to tire of me as most men growi weary of their wiveswhat then Ah Graydon II have thought about all that too Youll never reproach mo openly you couldnt do that I know But you may secretly nourish the scorn which Jane he said dropping the tone of confident authority and speaking very tenderly you forget that my father is a convict You forget that he has done things which will forever keep mo a beggar at your feet I am ask ing you to forget and overlook much more than ou could ever ask of me Old Elias wretch that he is has point ed out our vays for us They run together in splto of what may conspire to divide them Jane I love my soul but I love you ten thousand times better than my soul- II did not believe I could ever bo so happy again she murmured putting her hands to his face Tomorrow dear YeaGraydon rejoicing in his final vIc- tory hurried to his rooms later in the evening As ho was about to enter the elevator he noticed a gray suited boy In brass buttons who stood near by an inspiring look in his face I This Is Mr Bansemer observed the laconic youth who ran the single I buUdlngI d Graydon gray I Special delivery letter sir Sign tore Graydon took the thick envelope from the boys hand With a start ho recognized his fathers handwriting Curiously ho turned the letter over In his fingers as he ascended In the car vender growing in his brain He did riot watt to remove his overcoat on en tering his rooms but strode tb the light and nervpuely tore open the envelope Dread hope anxiety conspired to make his fingers tremble There were Are You- Regular 1 If you arc not It Is a sign of disease a sign of some hidden female trouble that way be under mIning and weakening your coa stitutlon and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak Ir regular suffering women have la the put Seyeus fceea greatly benefited or cured by the use of that wellknown successful purely vegetable female took aad cura live remedy OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF Apple 0 flames of Alto Tex writes I caught cold which made mo irregular and gave mo pains in my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not lift a chair Cardul brought me all right again I have no more pains and am la very good healthAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symp DeptThoChattanooga Tenn E 34 many closely written pages now won be remembered his fathers writing As he read his eyes grew wide with wonder and unbelief They raced through the pages wonder giving way to joy and exultation as lie neared the end of the astounding message from the faraway prisoner A shout forged to his lips He hug god the letter to his heart Tears came Into his eyes and a sob broke In his throatThank God he cried throwing himself Into a chair to eagerly read and reread the contents of the letter Suddenly he sprang to his feet and I teleI the transports Iin later he was on his way to her clutching the priceless letter In his bare fingers deep down in his over coat pocket He had shouted over the phone that the good news would not keep till morning and she was waiting up for him with Mr and Mrs Cable consumed by curiosity This letter he gasped cs he entered the room from father lIes written Jane everything I know he would I did not believe I could ever be so happy again she murmured Elias didnt know it nil He knew half of the truth thats all Good Lord I I cant read it Mr Cable 1 You pleaseDavid Cable white faced and trem bling read aloud the letter from James Brinsciiicr It was to My beloved son The first appealing sentences were given to explanation and apology for the determined silence he had maintained for so many months He spoke casually of his utter indifference to the success of certain friends who were working for his pardon If they secure my release he wrote I shall find happiness If you clasp my hand but once before I leave America forever Farther on he said I will not accept parole It is a poor premium on virtue and as you know my stock of that commodity has been miserably lowI nay be required to serve my full term read David Cable In that case we should not see ono another for years my son You have much to forgive and I have much more to forget We can best see our ways to tho end if wo seek them apart The dark places wont seem so black My sole purpose In writing this letter to you my son is to give back to you fig much happiness as I can possibly extract from this pile of misery I am not pleading for anything I am sImply surrendering to tho good Impulses that are once more coming into their own after hit theso years of subjection I am not apologizing to tho Cables I am doing this for your sake and for the girl who has wronged no one and to whom I have acted with a baseness which amazes me as I reflect upon it inside tbeso narrow walls You will recall that I would have permitted you to marry herl mean In the beginning Perhaps It was spite which interposed later on At least be charitable enough to call It that Clegg has been here to see me 110 I says you are bound to make Janb Cable your wife I knew you would For a long time I have held out un reasonably I admit against having her as my daughter 1 could not en duro the thought of giving you up altogether Dont you comprehend my thought I cannot bring myself to look again Into her eyes after what she saw in tills accursed prison She was born In wculock The story Is not a long one Elias Droom knows the names of her father and mother but I am confident that he does not know all of the circum stances For once I was too shrewd for him The story of my dealings In connection with Jano Cable Is a shame ful one and I cannot hope for pardon either from you or from her Hero ho related as concisely as pos sible the incidents attending Mrs Ca blos first Islt to his ofllco and the subsequent adoption of the babe- I knew that there were wealth and power behind the mystery There was a profitable scandal in the background Unknown to Mrs Cable I began in vestigations of my own She had made little or no effort to discover the parents of the child She could have had no purpose In doing so Ill admit Hero he gave In detail the progress of his Investigations at the Foundlings home at the health office at rertaln unsavory hospitals and in oth tr channels of possibility At last 1 found the doctor and then the nurse After that it was easy to un earth tho records of a childs birth and of a mothers death all in New York city Droom can tell you tho names of Janes parents substan tiating the names I have just given to you He did not know that they hall been married nearly two years prior to the birth of the child It was a clandestine marriage + + I went straight to the father of the foundling He was then but little more than twen tyone years of age a wild ruthlpas overbearing heartless scoundrel who had more money but a much smaller conscience than I + Today he Is a great and I Relieve respected gentleman for he comes of good stock + I had him trembling on his knees before me Ho told me the truth it seems that this young scion of a wealthy house had lost his insecure heart to the daughter of a real aristo crat I say real because her father was a pure Knickerbocker of the old school He was naturally as poor as poverty Itself With his beautiful daughter he was living In lower New York barely subsisting I may say on the meager income that found Its way to him through the upstairs lodgers in the old horn Here lived Janes moth er cherishing the traditions of her blood while her father sick and fee ble brooded over the days when ho was a king in Babylon The hand some wayward lover camo into her life when she was nineteen They were married secretly in the city of BostonThe young husband Imposed silence until after he had atttalned his ma jority There was a vast fortune at stake In plain words his father hall forbidden the marriage He had selected another one to b the wife otI his son + Janc was born in the second year of their wedded life It was of course Important that the fact should be kept secret I am in- closing a slip of paper containing the names of the minister the doctor and the nurse who afterward attended her together with the record of death It more convenient to handle than this i lis letter which I trust you will destroy You will also find the name of the hospital in which Jane was born and whore her mother died ten lays later I may say in this con nection flint not ono of the persons For Croup Tonsiliiisand andAsthma mentioned know the true name of the young mother nor were they sure of the fact that she was a wife Her gravestone In the old cemetery bears the name of the maiden not the wltefHer father never knew the truth + What I did In the premises need not be told That Is a part of my past I learned how the cowardly young father glad to be out of tho affair so easily hired the nurse to leave the baby on the doorstep Then I went to the banker whose son he was I had absolute proof of the marriage lIe paid me well to keep the true story from reaching the public The son was whisked abroad and he afterward married the girl of his fa thers choice I do not believe that ho has ever given a thought to tho whereabouts or welfare of his child It was her heritage of caste If Jane cares to clntm her rights as this mans lawful daughter proof Is ample and undeniable l fancy how ever she will find greater Joy as the daughter of David Cable Her own father has less of n heart than yours for after nil my son 1 love you be cause you are mine Love me If you can I have nothing else left that 1 care for Remember that I am al ways your loving father JAMES BANSEMEtt r Never can tell when you youll mash a finger or snffer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures tho wound To Investigate Chinese Conditions Chicago Jan 5 Professor Thomas Crowder Chamberlain of the Univer sity of Chicago accompanied by his son Dr Roland T Chamberlain have left Chicago for an extensive Investiga lion of economic and educational con ditions in China as well as to study tho geological situation of that country Professor Chamberlain Is president of the American Association for tho Advancement of Science Mr L T Hurst of Coatesville Ind R RI writesI find your Liniment the best remedy I have ever tried for sore throat either for horse or man I once cured a 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 Disease Scents Every disease almost has its pecul tar cdor said n doctor This odor helps us greatly in diagnosis Gout imparts to the skin a smell precisely like whey Diabetes causes a sweet houcyIIke smell Jaundice oc casions a smell of musk Smallpox has n very strong and hideous smell It is like burning bones Measles has n smell as of fresh plucked feathers The fevers have the most dlstino tlve odors The odor of typhus is aramonlaoal that of intermittent Is like fresh brown broad hot from the oven that of typhus Is musty recall ling to the mind 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ISLAND S C Oar Special Express Rates ea rianja tsVeryLowTV We grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twerp thousand satisfied customers and we have growa and Sold more cabbage plants than all other persons in the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plants in your section to get extra early cabbatjcand thcyarc the ones thatsell for the most money Cori II L if t t i IrL 1- CJ = 1i c t a l 1 L 4 wlf4 rSw Ski 4 ri- G CI+ 1 ri- CS tH 9 rT d rr fp 1r1lfa r1 i f lfaS lfaV i l Id i l la Uri krz4r r rz4x i JPPf VSO1 i I r tIE r + 7 r+ I pxn a+c1T r w irLRyn 6 r IIJ 4l n t 1 I-1 r h l t 1 S i r II i I J 1 tII 1 a J Yt r1 II 0f tl 7 tihII 0- JM rcI d w1 1 if J i 61 I i A ft lI Ifi tf i1 1 I J r l 1 i J J i = I r J 1 1 a- iL fioj J NOW COMES THE i i II I I II I I BIG RED TAG1 SALEi U wrwWM AA rM MMMw r NA1 MAAMr J JAreyou ready for it If not get ready for itstarts I F 1iItURSDAYI JANUARY 28 1909 and the 28th 29th and 30th Hundreds of people haveat 830 a m and lasts three days Thursday Friday Saturday been waiting for this announcement and past experiences have taught them that our Red Tag Sales are no ordinary bargain day sales but are the special purseopening and dollardoubling ones The last one was a good one this one will be a better onefor you especially Come prepared to get your share as theres a bargain rustle on tap here thatI11 will bring the dollarsaving people out in multitudes Beginning Thursday morning store will open at 830 a m no I sooner and each succeeding morning of sale at same hour This gives people living at a distance time to get here forI the opening specials we give at that hour each morning 1 j a This is also a strictly cash sale and no brass or produce taken or goods charged on regular accounts at Red Tag prices Dont stay away on account of the crowds some one will find time to wait on you ml 1 1Special No 1 830 TO 9 A MI IFROM imported Chinaware regular II IIi1 z I i iNo one to cue 2 tOe 2 TO 3 P M m j I IFROM bleached domestic 3C in iiwidathei kind oveiyono uses Regular tOe yard of a of on at of It in to it E1ifn Dtr JlU= fJJ1 500 yds 6 8 and lOc Laces 5c yd 500 yds very Cc yd 1000 yds very lOc yd lOc ge yd 150 Iud a Linen 12J cyd 150 yd 25c lOc yd 50c Irish Linen 39c yd 60c Irish Lnen 47c yd 101 Linen 89c yd 104 24c yd 60c taMe linen 45c yd 1 125 980 yd Head lOo yd JOOl Iced 125 Bed 98c 1 150 51c 150 yds Dress 7C yd 9C 7c yd 85c 2 ft 23c 21c lOc lOc 8c yd IOc 8yc yd and will go inn at we make 1500 Suits 1000 1000 Suits 700 Red 20 less to CUB ctomer4 Friday Special 3 830 TO 10 dozen + as as 25c Red price5ej each water i in Our new Embroideries and will feature sale but not Red this line this the nerve and people We disappoint yourselves but come and you need for Embroidery special Embroidery special Indian Linen spring styles 12Mc spring styles Shotting Indian Spreads Spreads Very Special Apron ydI Gingham Alabama Plaids Window Shades Carpet Outings Warp Colored poundI Canton Flannels Madras Towels Handkerchiefs hurry prices Mens Clothing Boys yards Jan 29 No 9AM imported China assorted values goad Tag u jo ll= 800 Suits GOO 500 Boys Suits 375 400 Boys Suits 300 Swan Hats 250 Hats 189 150 Hats 119 Mattings Our Spring line of is here bigger and better than ever 30c 250 25c 21c 1500 Cloaks 1000 10 00 Cloaks 0 50 700 Cloaks 400 275 25Q Kurs 150 150 980 800 Coal Stove 639 550 Heatiug Stove 3 98- SO Per cent on Comf its and Blankets Furniture 500 Iron lied 398 Special No4 Very Special Beginning at 10 a m and as long as 5000 yards lasts we will sell Dome f 1 tic at yard 1 bolt or less no more to a customer 2 TO 5ecahcoThe wholesale price on calicos advances the II1 Very Special Red Tag Bargains White Goods Laces be this of prices Prices year takes confidence the do the Waistinijs Waistings Ppperell 159 yds Gingham FROM what Mattings Mattings Matttings Ladies Cloaks 475 Cloaks Furs Stoves Coal Hoosier 2C FROM 3PM Dont 350 Iron led 280 1600 Side Board 1198 1100 Dresser 898 1500 Bed 1140 20 per cent Reduction on any Rocker in the House Trunks 25 per cent Reduction on any Trunk in the House Overalls Fiuchs the kind that wears 100 Pairs Overalls 89c Hardware 60c Trace chuin 49c 100 Ax with handle 72c SOc Hatchet 42c 75c Hand saw t196 i5c Drawing knife 59c lOc Hinges7c40c Lock 32c 250 Padlock 19C 60c Shovels 43c Horse Goods 275 Collar 129 150 Bridle 119 35c Collar Pad 23C 600 498 GOO Hames 39c 4 Harae Strings noc 3 00 Check Lines 240 150 Back Band tOc Miscellaneous 50C Tub 42C 50c Lantern 5 896 50o Cobblers Set v 390 Plow line size rope per lb lie 50C Pocket Knife 3gc 25C Talcum Powder 15C Shell itd Floss per skein 7c LsO Suit Cases 1 9 50 Hand bags 890 50 390 3525c IQC 100 Clock 69c 750 Ceiling Paper 500 sq ft roll 590 4 Packages Putnam Dye 250 2 00 Razor 149 6 Pkgs Shoe tacks lOc 3 Butcher fe Gibbs steelbeam plows 11 inch cut regular price 10 Red Tag price each 500 4 Blue Bird steel beam plows II inch cut regular price 1100 Red Tug price 800 Underwear Health Underwear for men Regularprice JlOO Red Tag prix 750 Mens 50c Underwear 390 Ladies sOc Under ear 390 25th of this monthour prices maygovern your Bolvesaccordinctly 1 Saturday Jan 30 FROM 8 TO 830 A M 8 dozen 10 quart galvanized pails and and granite assorted regular price 200tOeSpecial Red Tag price each I Spring Line White Goods special You have heard bargain Tag season have both secure coming season Sheeting Napkins Shirtings Heating Reduction Folding Breeching Rawhide Collates Fleiahers Neckwear Neckwear Wreghts Mens 325 Felt Red Tag DootsII Mens Red 275 Tag Felt Mens 18Q all rubber Overshoes Red Tag prlco 149 Groceries 8 cakes Big Deal Soap 25c I 8 cakes Lenox Soap 95s 4 cakes Ivory Soap 15c 30c Broom 25c 150 Roasted Coffee 12c 150 Gieen Coffee J2c lIb pure Black Pepperground IPfr 25 per cent dlsconnt on mens glovesi 125 Umberellas 896 Shoes Star Brand Shoes are Better so are the prices we quote VERY SPECIAL Honest 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