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Ii 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1909 8 Pages NO 14 L MOTHERS GONE ItLittle did fiiends and loved ems of Mrs James Younger dream that she would be separated by death from her home sal early in life an t within a weeks tithe Saturday night Octobers the birth of the second daughter Rebecca Brashear occurred and seemingly the mother and child were in perfect condition but two houis later Mrs Younger was taken with a convulsion Mr Younger hast fly called Dr Simons who had but a shdl time before left the bedside Another convulsion seized her and she rapidly grew worse Dr Owen of this city and Dr Cecil of Louisville were summoned They with Dr Simons and Mrs Dunn worked with all their might to relieve her Urenlc poison sot up and hopes for her recovery then wa vered Friday morning at n oclock she died Tho funeral was hold from the home I Sunday afternoon at ljO oclock The arrangements were kindly conducted by Mr Hamman and loving friends of Mrs Younger The Rev Mr Hoskinson who performed the marriage ceremony that unfted her to Mr Younger was the minister of the services and the music was rendered by the choir of the Epworth League of which she was a diligent member The interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery Most beautiful flowers were sent in remem berance and the following young wo men were flower girls Misses Mamie DeHavej Ray Heyser Lula Severs and Eva Plank The pallbearers were Messrs J Byrne Severs John D Bao bage Lafe Bthen Fred Ferry M Per kins and Harry Nowsorn Sorely shocked from her deathwere Mrs Youngers friends of her old home near Union Star and Stephensport and many attended the funeral Among those who came from a distance were Mrs R B McGlothlan Mr and Mrs 0 M McGlothlan Mrs Bottle Na per Mrs L M Roberts Mrs Mtlner Miss Milnerj Mr Sam Dix Mr Perkins Miss Mule Hoyle Claude Younger Sarah HIynes Mr and Mrs P J Herrman Mr and Mrs Jule Brashear Mrs Sallie BEST TOWN IN KENTUCKY Is Cloverport With Her New Natural Gas ServiceAnother Well Being Drilled For More Fuel GREAT SUPPLY CONFIDENT i The Kentucky Indiana Gas Co has had its derrick moved to Ed Whiteheads lot in the West End of town and Is erecting same for the purpose of grilling a new gas well at once The company is doing everything to secure an abundant supply of gas for Clover l port this winter and is confident that they will have all of this great fuel that ourcitizens can use in another thirty days They are also getting into shape to do pipe fitting and all work necessary to give our citizens uptodate ser vice Mr C E Tague having arrived lastjttveek from the gas fields of Ohio to assist in this work With our streets lighted in the most approved and with plenty of gas for the use of our citizens Cloverport is again assuming her posi tion as one of the best towns in Ken tucky Gas Company Has New If Office Quarters The KentuckyIndiana Gas Company has moved its office to the Breckenridge News building It Is lighted aud heat t4 by gas and is most convenient for theircustomers Preacnin At Garfield The Rev Mr Voyles will preach at the Garfleld Baptist church the third Saturday and Sunday of this month Curries Left rRev and Mrs Currie and children Eudailey and Mary left Thursday ifternoon for Columbia Before their ieparture they received wdrds of wel come from that place and assuredly they will win new laurels in their new home i Jour Want Column Moorman Mr and Mrs Julius Sipple Miss Hvu McGlothlan Mrs Morris Beard Mrs Percy Beard Mrs John Kincheloe George Younger Miss Sallie Younger and Miss Kate Jackson Through a confusion of telegrams Mrs Youngers brother Mr Owen Brashear of Shrevesport La did not receive the sad news until Sunday morning which was too late to get here for the funeral Mrs Younger beforo her marriage to Mr James S Younger of this city was Miss Sue Avitt Brashear The wedding took place June 11904 Her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Brashear died wheu sho was thirteen and she fell into tho good hands of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs C M McGlolh lan Mrs Younger was thirtyone ytars of age Besides the infant child she leaves another little girl Bu tora McGlothlau who will live with her father and grandmother Mr and Mrs McGlothlan have taken tho baby to rear For a week tho precious little babe was tenderly fostered by Mrs Joe Sawyer who was always so sweet to the mother as a Neighbor and friend Mrs Youngers life can be summed up in the word Christian She was not only a member of the Christian church but she lived its teachings Like every one she had friends who were blinded to the true light of her soul they treat ed her harshly but when the end came it was harder for them than for her because she was forgiving notwithstand lug her heart was crushed However greater was the number of those who loved her dearly comforted her in her disappointments and rejoiced with her in her pleasures To them her life was I a wonderful blessing and cherished in gratefulness will it be as the days go by Just a little while In the still hour of the morning before death came Mrs Younger was asked if she was ready to die and she answered If it is tho Lords will She called for her chil dren and husband The sight was heartrending to friends at the bedside for they realized what dear little Eudora I says Mothers gone Land Sales Myrtle A Howard to Frank A Oelze 7o 12 acres near the distillery on the pike for 1700 cash Chas B Elder sold to D H Severs one tract of land of 133 acres near the pike for 1150- tiiirthday Party A birthday party was given Friday in honor of little Miss Katie Dora Kramer at the home of ner parents Mr and Mrs Philip Kramer it being her eighth birthday Those who were present were Misses Dimple Bonner Mary Pate Zivola Kramer Fannie Lishen Kramer Emily Reid Vera Moorman Marine Allen Anetta Gilliland Beulah Pate and Master Eddlson Gilliland Delightful refreshments were served Judge Ahls Friends Judge Wm Ahl has no moral right to ask any of his many friends who stood by him for the nomination for County Judge to support the Republican county ticket We know Judge Ahl to be every inch a man and we do not be lieve he will stultify himself by doing it He and his friends know he was treated outrageously and he may condone the outrage for personal reasons still he cannot ask his friends to do so A Good Republican Does TypeWriting Miss Edith Burn has charge of the typewriter at the News office She will also be pleased to do typewriting for the public at regular typewriters rates She uses the machine well Resort Will Stay Open Nemesius Neilsen of Tar Springs and his friend William Marsh left Wednesday for Chicago to join his family who are there for the winter in their home at 27 Ashland Boulevard Mr and Mrs Neilsen will return next May to open the resort as usual The springs will be left in charge of Mr and Mrs Gid French who will occupy the hotel and collect the entrance fees Card Of Thanks I wish to thank all who were so kind during my recent bereavement I feel that i can never repay the goodness shown James S Younger I r f o J OJ MOORE ANSWERS ALLEN R KINCHELOE PUBLICLY Kincheloes Letter Misleading to the Peopleibore and Others Want to Know Why Roy Cain Gabe Taul and Judge Ahl were Tur ned Down REPUBLICANS GOT MONEY AND WILL SPEND IT Hardinsburg Ky Oct 7 io09 Hon Allen R Kincheloe Chairman of the Republican Canipaign Com mittee of Breckinridge County Dear Sir On September 28 I received at the hands of Mr Jesse Eskridge a letter signed by you as follows towit Allen R Kincheloe Chm Rep Cam Com and for the Republican candidates and which is as follows Hardinsburg Ky Sept 25 won Hon T J Moore Chairman Demo cratic Campaign Committee and the Democratic Candidates Dear Sirs At a meeting of the Republica- Campaign Committee held with the Republican candidates for office it was unanimously determined to submit an agreement to the Democratic Campaign Committee and the Demo cratic Candidates that the campaign should be conducted without the use of money or whiskey or any other illegal or Improper means or device Acting upon this sentiment for an absolutely fair clean and legal elec tion I was authorized by the candi dates and the committee to submit the following proposition to you t the committees and to each of the Democratic candidates First That no money or whiskey shall be used in the canvass directly or Indirectly by the candidates or by the campaign committees or by the county committees for any improper or illegal purpose to influence voter- in any manner Second That no Batwings a any other Illegal device shall be usedI in this election Third That the respective cam paign committees county committees and all the candidates on both sides shall keep an accurate and complet- account of all money expended the purpoe thereof the amounts andH names of each person contributing any money to either of the candidates or committees or to any or either of them and the names shall be publish ed in the News and Leader r Fourth That each candidate on both tickets including deputies and each member of the respective cam paign committees and each member of the county committees shall take a written oath before some duly authorized officer that he will not use or employ any of the methods means or devices set out in this writing The said oaths to be preserved in some bankFifth That a sum of five hundred dollars 500 be raised one half to bo given by the Republican candidates and one half to be given by the Demo cratic candidates to be placed in the- FarmersBank of Hardinsburg or the I Bank for the purpose of offering a reward for the arrest and conviction of any persons whosoever they may be who shall violate any of the election laws in this campaign and election- I state emphatically that all th Republican candidates and each member of the Republican campaign coin mlttee and members of the Republi can county committee stand ready and willing to enter into this agree ment and abide by all its provisions in good faith It is desired by us that you and each of you give this proposi tion serious consideration both as Democrats and citizens Certainly we realize that the wishes of the Democratic candidates will determine whether this proposition Is accepted or rejected but we trust they will take the same view of this moral question that our candidates do We are not wedded to these exact props 1 tions but any agreement that em bodies these ideas will be satisfactory to us An answer is desired as soon as possible and we hope it will be forth coming by the 7th day of October next This will give plenty of time for the committees and candidates to be inter viewed and consultedVery AINBN R KINCHELOB Chairman Campaign Committee and for the Republican Candidates J t In response to this I will say that as Chairman of the Campaign Committee for the Democratic ticket I expected to answer this letter on October as was requested in your letter But without receiving an answer or wetting until the time which you suggested would be allowed me in which to answer the same you hive permitted to be pub lished this same letter I had not had a committee meeting in the meantime and do not answer except In the ca pacity of chairman of the committee but as chairman I will say that we re gard this letter as absolutely misleading arennot familiar with the uouiinees of the two contending oarties First you speak of the use of money and whisky in the campaign You ob jet to the use of such to influence voters in the present campaign If so and If you and your committee and your candidates are sincere in this proposal will you answer a few questions just to show the people of the county that you really are in favor of fair ejections Allow me to ask you it this is true why was Roy Cain a young man of andoeminently fitted to perform the duties of the office to which he aspired and un announced candidate for the office of County Court Clerk but who had no money laid on the shelf for the office for a min who was not a candidate who did not seek the nomiuation openly- at at least but who hud money Why was Gabs Taul a young man truestrand best Republican families iu the county eminently qualified to bold the office which he sought at the hands of the party a man who+ e integrity char acter and ability is above question an ofeSheriff but a man who makes no pre tentiou of having a vast amount of money to put in the campaign fun Is thrown over for a man who was not a candidate who did not seek the nomination was nominated not becuue he wanted the office but because he had money and resources Why was Judge All a map with n gqod official record of eight years as County Judge a high type of Rentlemm and an old Union soldier an announced candidate for the office of County Judge but who unfortunately did not have a large amount of money to put up but who in his candidacy for the nomina tion advocated that this race should be made without the use of money or any undue influences Why was he left out in the cold and the Republicans nomi nate a man who was not a candidate for the nomination but who is a roan of meansWhy were men whose disqualification consisted in their inability to put up the money to buy votes Whyl oh why and echo answers why Then when you have answered these questions to the satisfaction of the differenteexpress offices and find from the agents what particular candidate in having the most whisky shipped to the county andWhat candidate uses the most whiSky one would be most likely to Lute whisky and would be most likely to give it away Again you ask that the Campaign Committees keep an accurate and com plete account of the money used and the purpose for which such funds are used Now so far as we are concerned I shall endeavor to keep lust such an account and render the same to the can didatesNow as to placing in some bank 500 for the purpose of securing the ar rest and conviction of anv person vie lacing the election laws we do not deem it lit all necessary for the law of Ken tucky provides for just such offenses and prescribes the penalty for the same and it is certainly severe enough to de ter eMu the boldest from committing a crime against the election laws The Democratic party has ever stood for law and order and when it fails to represent these principles it will net have for its nominees such men as the i ROYAE BAKING POWDER- Absolutely Pure Makes the finest most dell clous biscuit cake and pastry conveys to food themost healthful of fruit properties rt ones who are now the Democratic cm BreckIIanswered to the satisfaction of the good people of Breckenridge county the ques tions above asked then you cm well ask us to treit with you on this prop ositionIt been a public bust of the Re publicans that their nominees have thet moneyanlwi1l spend itand we are convinced that it is true for we see too much evidence of the fact to doubt it The p rsUeli of tha Dsmocratic ticke recommends itself to the people of the i countyThe nominees are without exception men of high aud well known moral character and the reputation of each one recommending any man associated with him on the ticket I I am respectfullyThos J Moore Chairman of the Democratic Campaign Committee of Breckenridge county List of Grand Jurors The following is a list of the grand jury for this term of court Herber- DeJarnetto foreman Sylvester Baker T N Dyer Jno WHendrick Thos S Dodson John Jarboe J S Manning IT II Newton d Hicks W L Hinkle H C Pate J L Stith Dr Evelyn Bush Doing Much For Sufferers The Louisville Herald Sunday October 3 contained a most interesting article about The Sanatorium It is a new institution of Osteopathy found ed by Dr Evelyn Bush and is situated on Fourth Ave between York and Breckenridge in Louisville What os teopathy has done for the little son of Dr Bush is marvelous and for that reason she has opened a sanatorium for the relief of sufferers all over the world Dr And Mrs Pusey Have A Lovely Home Dr W B Pusey of Louisville is building a handsome residence near Cherokee Park Dr Pusey is a former Meade county man and is one of the best known occultist in Kentucky If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour The Weakest Governor Rentucky Ever lad Governor Willson has again confirmed the general opinion that he is the weakest Governor the State of Kentucky has ever honored when he sent out that letter Inviting open law lessness and clannish fights Hoff- ers a pardon to the men who kill their fellowmen In defense of their lives and property There has al ways been a law in this Statewe suppose the Governor knows about it that gives a man his freedom under a murder charge when he can prove selfdefense Why does Gov Willson want to heap kindling on the fire by coming out and reiterating a state ment he has formerly made and one that has been covered by the statutes for years For no other reason we think than he showed when he made his Detroit speech telling outofstate people how lawless Kentucktans were His reason in both cases was that of a weak but boastful man Madison ville Journal IIf you want the best flour buy the BEST patent flour I v MISS HENSLEY DIES IN FOREIGN FIELD Hardinsburg Shocked Over Cable gram Received Monday Tell f ing of the Death of the Lovely Young Girl NO PARTICULARS RECEIVED Monday morning Mrs Lucretia Hen sley received a cablegram from China telling of the death of her daughter Miss Eula Hensley She had been in the foreign field in the service of missionary work for the Baptist denomination one year Her age was just twentyfive years Just before her departure abroad Miss Hensley made a brief visit here and de livered a short address at the Baptist church What she said was deeply im oftthose who heard her and it is with keen regret that Cloverport received tho sad new- sVERY BEAUTIFULWEDDING Takes Place At St Anthonys When Miss Mary Jo Mattingly And Mr Thos A Matting ly Were Married PROMINENT YOUNG PEOPLE One of the most beautiful weddings of the season was solemnized at St Anthonys church Long Lck Wednes day October the sixth the contracting parties being Miss Mary Jo Mattingly of Axtel and Thomas Augustus Matt ingly of Kirk The church was artistically decorated with evergreens and roses At 930 the bridal party entered to the strains of the bridal chorus from Lohengrin rendered by Miss Irene Mattingly Little Miss Leo Beryl and Master Jack the brides niece and nephew acting as flower girl and ribbon boy Both children were dressed in white Little Miss Leo carried a beautiful boquet of white carnations and ferns held with white ribbon They proceeded up the center isle to the bridal pews where Master Jack untied the ribbons and stepping aside they allowed the bridal party to pass to the altar The attend ants were Miss M H Cornwall of Irvington and Bernard Rhodes of Kirk The bride and bridesmaidwore elegant white princess dresses with hats and gloves to match and carried white prayer books and amethyst rosar iesAfter the ceremony and celebration ot Law Nuptial Mass by Rev Father Genet The bridal party returned to the home of the bride where an elabor ate 12 oclock luncheon was served 1 The groom is the youngest son of J L Mattingly and a prosperous farmer while the bride is the eldest daughter of H C Mattingly and has figured prominently in school work Klondike And Mystic Tea Benefit of Presbyterian church Sates urday October 16 Given by ladles of church Admission Free + tdlUr+ l pn JII J i rY tIIJW JIAIt t4 GJt5QS M thLlrt3 SytS 1L1CA a St t tA L t51 tA Lthi lT1l5 L C I I Iitfln17 r 4Iiiuul sna VOTE FOR t 1 I 1 H- t i ikk I 1 I JOHN Si II II r I E IEI Ir Ir II i District Election November 2 1909 i IM M i01iN9 ioi11i1 APl i91 1 M r1 lt lIIiP IIOIdI1PMdsiP1i41M elf iPNi N1AitUtW1lJWW 101A1RMMM I iIIPI11PMN MI JWIAl 611Ao11111 1 MwDRDRHJBOONEPermanent LI DentistDr Owens Ofllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky THE SANATORIUM- The handsomest and most beauti ful sanatorium in Louisville Is that of Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street The Sanatorium is equipped with all the modern conveniences and is now opened for patients Dr Hush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recom mended by all of Louisvilles doctors Anyone contemplating an osteopathic treatment should either write or call to see Mrs Bush 4 5ti171 Sliekitkkk itkA 5tAS1 IS1 i1tRA I FOR SALE i A A number of Farms dif C u fcront Sizes and Pricesxs s The Bank of Hardinsburg XY Trust Coa A a- WrY1tlxratdMYrYY CrrrrrlVK- ii STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Tiou ers in high rude fab rics CKjlhes made by modern methols Fit guaranteed Mod erctc prices Exue t tailors em ployerl J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonlnd ifi INSURANCECapt District Matujjer Columbia rife Insur ance Co writsail kind ot life insurance policies Accident and Sick 3 nefits and Special Mon lIge Protection Plan Policy See him at once H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURG KY Will practice Ms profession in all of the Courts of IlrockonrlURO and adjoining coun tier Special attention given to collection road cases and criminal practice License to practice InUntted States Distill Courts Office over Hank ot Hardlnsbure 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE t1 C ITRADtI Anyone sending n sketch and description may quIckly Moor nin our opinion free whether an tloneatrictlrctntidentLalUANDBQQK on latentt toraeeudnuyatenta1atenta sWrtaUwUt4 without cbarllO Iahe V I scitiuiflci flmmcan A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr culatlon of any clontmo journal Terms f3 a year tour months L Bold by all newsdealer Mutt Coa1Bada 1 New York Ogee alb P St Washington I R SUBSCRIBE NOW 1 4lrJn 1 wYa TO GET A MAN See How Easily The Actresses Catch Them Heres How They Do It Ive heard them say that an actresss way of talking to a man has a lot to do with catching him Just what dear lady is meant by way of talking Oh she gurgled thats the easiii est question youve asked me and Ill let you into the secret An actress from her stage experience has learned the psychology of audiences She hasI learned what will make them smileI laugh frown or cry She has learned the difference betweenwell the NewI York type of audience and the Boston type of audience between the Chicago type of audience and the Los Angeles sort Her professional experience hasI shown her each of their idiosyncrasies j And just as she has come to learn the moods of big groups of people and theI way to cater to them just so as if by second nature does she know how tojj get in touch with the moods and whims of the individual man Thats why theI man feels that the actress understands him better than any girl he ever met even after he has known her for only a few tours Dont home girls know those same tricks though asked the novelist Umum the actress said shaking her head youll find generally that they do not It takes them weeks to get on a companionship basis with a man where it takes an actress onlyI hours Home girls too usually harp on one or two conversational subjects They do not know the little familiarities that the actress has rehearsed and can act out to perfection They are unable to simulate a spirit of frankness as well as the actress they are handi capped by chaperonsandshow me the man who doesnt hate the chaperon and they frequently have no other in terest in life than to dress up Then also they dont give a man as many competitors or rivals to flight against as a girl on the stage and theres noth ing thatll make a man fall more in love and more quicklythan a lot of other fellows after the same girl George Jean Nathan in October Smart Set Most women are troubled with Kid ney complaint and you know very many serioun and even fatal diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles If you will take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Try them and see how really good they are Be ware of imitations pills that are intend ed to deceive you Be sure you get DeWitts Sol J by all druggis s State Sunday School Convention We desire to call the attention of all Sunday School workers and especially Superintendents to the State Conven tion to be held at Owensboro October 2224Will all schools elect their delegates next Sunday and send us their names that we may send them in for entertain ment Also send the delegates their credentials The county is allowed ten in addition to one from each school We will take pleasure in appointing any one who may wish to go Schools can make no better investment than to send one of their officers or teachers The expenses will be little Breckenridge county ought to have fifty delegates + + K wa ytyOy wv- t AS to the work in the county there are many things that could be said but we will only mention a few We think advancement has been made and especially as to better organization and better equipment for teachers We are not up with cur financles There are two reasons for this one was the small attendance our Spring convention on account of the rainy weather the other we need not mention here Brecken ridge countys appointment is 3125 We have paid UO and have in hand about 10 The question is can we afford not to pav in full We think not We have no hesitency in saying the money we contribute to this cause is accomp lishing as much good as any similar amount contributed for any other religious purpose We believe there are twentyfive or more persons In the county who can pay one dollar that we may pay in full Will you do it Who will be the first We will acknowledge the receipt by publishing the names of allwho contribute in our county papers Please do not treat this matter lightlyIn conclusion we again urge all schools to send delegates and any one who may desire to go from the county to send us their names T B Henderson Pros Ora K Hendricks Sect You need not be troubled In anyway with the stomach if you will simply take Korlol at those times when vou feel that you need it Kodol is guaranteed to relieve you If it fails your money will be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it today on this guarantee Sold by nil druggistsBIG SPRING Mirs Annie Jones has returned from a visit to Hardinsburg- Mrs Julia Clarkson is visiting rela tives at Ekron and Holt Mr Craycroft and pupils will attend the educational rally at Brandenburg the 14th Mrs Jennie Wallace of Louisville is here spending some time with her aunt Mrs Amanda Clarkson We regretted very much that the Bishop did not return Bro Hoskinson Miss Edna Dowell has returned from StithtonMiss Meador has returned home from West Point where she has been since April with her sister Mrs T C WilliamsJ Meador attended the Owens boro fair last week- J H flamed left for Vine Grove last week where he will open an under takers establishment Mr Harned at tended the embalmers association at Memphis the last of September and while there bought his hearse and goodsMrs Nan Galloway left Thursday for a visit to her cousin Jim Ritchie near GarrettsJ King will be the pastor for the Big Spring charge Big Spring Mays Grove Custer and Constantine James Moorman attended the sale of Rev Jim Willettts near Ekron last weekDr L B Duncan of EHzabethtown is here this week doing dental work Misses Zelma Strother and Fannie Hardaway were the guests of Mrs D A Caldwell at Stithton a few days list weekIf you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour j c NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Cloverport People Should Learn To Detect The Approach Of Kidney Djsease The symptoms of kidney trouble are so unmistakable that they leave no ground for doubt Sick kidneys ex crete a thick cloudy offensive urine full of sediment irregular of passage o attended by a sensation of scalding The back Aches constantly headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the vie tim is often weighed down by a feeling of languor and fatigue Neglect these warnings and there is danger of dropsy Brights Disease or diabetes Any onI of these symptoms is warning enough to begin treating the kidneys at once Delay often proves fatal You can use no better remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Heres Clover port proof John H Wills judge of police court High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation in pronouncing Doans Kidney Pills the best remedy I know for the purposes for which their use is intended I take pleasure Iin recommending them to other person- who may be suffering from disordered kidneys I will be pleased to answer any questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other DARNED Mr and Mrs Lum Black and Mr and Mrs Moses Payne were the guests of Mr and MrsG Payne Sunday Jeff Whitworth left Saturday for Mattoon Ill Misses Nora and Alta Beatty attend ed church at Kingswood Sunday Mr and Mrs Elihu Meador and children of Kingswood were the guests pf Mr and Mrs C L Bruing ton Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs J M Crune Oct 4 a fine boy Mr and Mrs Nic Webster and daur ghter Alta have returned from Caney ville where they spent a few days with relativesMiss Beatty of Cabot is at Mrs JM Beattys giving music lessons Miss Nannie Board of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Weatherford last week J M Beatty went to Cloverport Tuesday on business- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour GfalSdron Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI Hnngry For Home News Mr John D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear EditorFind enclosed 50 cents I for the News six months I am hungry for some good old Kentucky news in I baste RespectfullyMrs fL Grantf L7aq S r I Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE I Corrected to August 1 1909 147 I 145 I I 143 I 141 DeilY Dally Dully Dally Opm 4 55 8 40 P M A M f5 08 IS 24 Ig 09 f5 2g ffV 14 f5 32 0 41 5 36 0 21 rt58 19 23 15 46 fO 30 f5 52 fg 84 f5 58 fO 40 007 9 40 6 16 fg 56 023 flO 03 1013e19f653 il 00 fZ 04 HO 37 7 12 10 44 17 16 flO 48 t7 18 fJO 50 6 a m 11 06 7 28 11 00 f6 12 17 40 0 21 11 25 7 48 11 18 627 1755 fO 3J f8 00 57f66 53 8 22 111 40 31s7 13 12 15 8 42 12 10 V M 17 27 18 5s f7 31 f8 59 27fZ7 46 fO 14 17 53 10 20 7 55 922 808 fg 27 8 25 J 10 0 42 i 05 1 35 1015iO 7 40 70 STATIONS Lv Louisville Ar Strawberry Medora Stites Kathryn West Point Howard Bartles Rock Haven Long Branch- Brandenburg Quston Ekron Irvlngton Vebster Lodiburg Mystic Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesville Petrie Adalr Lewisport Waitman Alaceo Pates Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Stanly Newman Reed Beats Spottsvllle Baskett Henderson Evansville ST LOUIS u 146 I 142 144 I 148 i Daily Dally Dally Dally 7 25 12 58 7 40 A M 111 P At f12 48 f6 52 f12 20f7 08 16 46 112 12 17 02 f12 08 6 Ho 12 05 0 56 I f2 03 fO 54 AM fll 53 f6 46 fll 48 f6 41 Ill 40f6 33 11 32 0 25 Ill 23 U 16 fll 15 0 08 5 51 11 05 ggiff flO 57 f5 42 flO 48 f5 34 HO 41 f1037fg 22 1026 5 14 i Up 21 f5 JO i flo J8fS 08 5 07 lO 07 4 57 8 15I10 53 f84 48 9 44 4 36 7 48 1038 17 39 fO 38 f7 31 0 2s f4 17 7 20 + fO 19 f7 It 0 il 1404 7 11 40ot5 50S18 38 f6 32 f8 34 f6 83 f8 31 f3 28 0 30 1826 f6 2f 1820 16 19 1815 f616 8 la 1311 6 li 8 08 f307 608 3 10 7 55 2 55 555P 245 724 230 0 00 834 iN A M f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DONOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St i Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford line IIt 5 3 2 4 Dally STATIONS DallyDally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sunday 11 10 00a pmf7 04 11 30 Garfield 9 35 6 24 7 15 ill 41 Harned f 9 24 f 513 717 11 43 Junction 9 20 5 10 7 20 111 46 Hardinsburg 9 15 057 20 11 52- HI59 Junction9 08 5 00 f 7 33 a m Kirk f 9 00 452 t 17 38 f2 04 p m AlcQuady f 8 44 4 40 7 59 12 25 Qlendeano 884 24 30t 8 03 12 29 Dempster 8 2U f 481 815 Falls of Rough 8 15 i f 8 82 f12 82 Rockvale f 7 54 f 427 f 8 37 f237 Vanzant f 7 50 f 4 23 f 8 40 f12 40 Asklns f 7 47 f 4 20 13IJI8 51 1 Fordsvllle 7 84 T I 9 29 f 142 Dundee f 0 50 f 303 I I 44 f1 37 Sunnydale f 6 41 f 3 21 I U 58 f 1 51 Combs f 0 27 f 3 07 102 p w 2 18 p m HARTFORD 6 00 a m 2 40 p m JoborkYes that is what we do and when WE do itfit i- sDONE t FUGITA t I o Gt r t t f 1 Making Money On the Farm XV Locating and Plant= ing the Orchard i yG V GREGORY Author of Homo Course In Modern Agriculture Copyright 1909 by American Preta Auocialion farm should bavo at EVERY a few fruit trees to pro fruit for home use Where soil and climate are favorable and a good market can be secured fruit growing for market Is a very profitable business The most important point In plan ning an orchard is selecting the locution Tho land should be naturally well drained If possible If not arti ficial drainage should be resorted to A moderato northeast slope Is tho most dfgtruble Trees on a north slope do nwt start as quickly in tho spring and the danger of having tho fruit buds nipped by an untimely frost is less ened An orchard on such a slope also suffers less from sun scald and droughtIf hill on which tho farm build ings are placed is large enough the orchard can bo located on tho north slope and tho buildings on the south A windbreak of a double row of ever greens on the west and north will stop the snow in winter and help to tkeep the fruit from being blown off in summer To complete this protection the windbreak wJJl have to be extended all tho way around since in summer many of tho heavy winds come from a south erly direction Air Drainage Tho question of air drainage Is fully E as Important as that of water drainage Cold air is heavy and drains rapidly Into the bollows while tho air on the slopes is warm and dry The differ- enceJ of a few feet in elevation often makes a difference of several degrees in temperature An orchard located on a rise of land will escape many of the frosts that cut down the profits in an I orchard less favorably located Trees on a bill are also less likely to be trou bled with fungous diseases since dry air Is not favorable to them A soil too rich In nitrogen promotes leaf and wood growth at tho expense of fruit For this reason black prairie soil is not so well adapted to fruit growing as some other lands Loamy clay soil underlaid with a porous sub soil makes nn Ideal foundation for an orchard Cleared timberland is also fry good cannot expect success with an I orchard If you plant the trees in n hole in the sod The land should be l put In to some cultivated crop for at least a year before setting out the trees This gets the soil in good tilth and the trees will have a fair chance from the start What to Plant Having decided on the location for the orchard the next step Is to select the kinds and varieties of fruit to be grown The apple is the most widely grown tree fruit in this country It has hardy varieties that can be grown well up Into the northern sections I r II MO 3DOX THBIITY YOONO APPLE T1USE t while other varieties are adapted to southern conditions The plum is even more hardy than the apple and some of the Improved varieties give as de UclouB fruit as could be asked for Cherries are also fairly hardy and a few trees are a valuable addition to any orchard In the milder sections peaches and pears can be added to the listThe question of variety is one that must bo answered for Individual con dltlons Tho old standard Varieties are the most reliable Varieties that aro already doing well in your locality can toe depended on Your state expel ment station or horticultural society will gladly furnish you a list of tho Varieties that are adapted to your lo cality One mistake often mode IIn wetting out nn apple orchard is In planting too many summer and fall varieties These are of little value for market they do not keep writ tare largely wasted unless they can cpnnedordrled Since the devel opment of cold storage same of tbo O Crp t I better keeping varieties such uj Wealthy can be kept nearly all winter Not nil farmers have ice or aro located within reach of a storage ware house however It will generally pay to put a large part of the orchard Into reliable win ter varieties For home use apples arc appreciated more along toward spring and will bring u higher price An important point to consider in selecting varieties Is quality This IIs especially important In those grown for home use When the fruit Is to be shipped any considerable distance shipping and hooping qualities are of first Importance and the eating and cooking qualities take n secondary place Yield Is also Important Buy at tho Homo Nursery- In buying fruit trees It Is host to steer clear of agents with plausible stories of wonderful quality and yield Some nursery agents ore honest and conscientious but so many lire not that It Is difficult to separate the sheep from the goats The best way Is to make your selection of varieties and then get the trees of some reliable nurs eryman in your own locality If you can go to the nursery and buy them of the nurseryman himself so much till better In that case you can select the trees yourself and be sure of getting good ones Thrifty one or two year old trees with well developed root sys tems stand transplanting better and are cheaper than larger ones As soon as the trees are received from the nursery they should be heel ed In This is done by digging a trench and covering the roots and about half of the tops with dirt Wheti the trees have been shipped for some distance it sometimes happens that they are frozen when received In this case they should be placed in some outbuilding covered with straw and left to thaw out gradually In this way little harm will be done Preparation For Planting The land should be deeply plowed before planting and well disked and harrowed It is a good practice to I via xrx LOW HEADED APPLE TREE make the back furrows where the rows are to bo and the dead furrows between the rows The dead furrows will thus serve as ditches to carry off surplus water It is better to do this plowing In the fall If the preceding crop can bo got off the land in time In the south the planting may be done In the fall also but in sections where the ground freezes to any depth It Is safer to plant in the spring Fall planted trees are liable to root killing during the winter In the drier parts of the country too the roots do not get suffi cleat moisture to supply the trunk and branches and the tree Is so badly dried out during the winter that It is killed In lands with a stiff subsoil running a subsoil plow down the row before planting Is practiced with good results In extremely hard soils a little dyna mite exploded in the bottom of the hole lloosens up tho subsoil consid erably The hole should be dug larger than the roots of the tree and fine soil thrown in around the roots The roots should be well spread out and the tree set three or four inches deeper than it is to be finally By taking hold of the top and churning It up and down after the roots have been covered with dirt the soil will bo thor oughly worked In around tho roots As the tree Is worked up and down It is gradually raised to the proper height Part of the top should be cut off before planting The top is dependent on the roots for its moisture supply A considerable part of the root system has been lost In transplanting and the top should bo cut back to match In planting one or twoyearold trees known as whips this cutting back serves a doublo purpose by causing the tree to throw out branches Just below where it is cut off In trees of this kind the cut should be a few Inches abov where the first branches are to be- There is considerable difference of opinion concerning the proper height to head apple trees Low headed trees aro much less liable to sun scald since tho branches shade the trunk They are easier to spray and the apples cnn bo more easily gathered There is also much less damage from large branches being broken off by the wind Tho chief objection to low heading Is that It is difficult to get near the tree when cultivating the orchard This objec lion however is hardly enough to out- Weigh the advantages of low heading If the soil is firmly packed there is little need of using water in the hole when planting trees The dirt should bo packed very firmly around the roots Get In with both feet and pack It as hard as possible It Is a good plan to lean the trees a little to the south In order that tho branches may shade the trunk better and also be cause the hardest winds In summer are usually from a southerly direction Tho standard distance apart for ap plo trees Is thirtytwo to forty feet each way Plum and cherry trees may be as close as twenty feet Ap ple trees are often planted 10 by 32 feet tho alternate rows being of some early bearing short lived variety When the latter trees come Into bear Ing these fillers should be cut out e J HER PHYSICIAN ADVISED Taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Columbus OhioI have taken Lydia R Plnkliams Vegotablo Corn pound duringchange of life My doctor told mo itI was good and since taking it I feel so much better that I can do all my work again I thinkLydia E Pinkhams- Vogotable Com pound a fine remedy for all womans troubles and I never forget to tell my friends what it has done for me Mrs E HANSON So1 Past Long st Columbus OhioIAnother Woman IIelpClIQraniteville Vt II I was passing through tho Change of Life and suffored from nervousness and other annoying symptoms Lydia E Pinkhams Vega table Compound restored myhealthand strength and proved worth mountains of fold to mo For the sake of other suffering women I am willing you should publish my lettor111tsCIIAIILES BARCLAY RFD Granite yule Vt- Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing ills pe culiar to their sex shouldnot loso sight of tho fact that for thirty years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which is made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for femalo ills In almost every commu nity you will find women who havo been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Crushed Coral For Roads General Curios ittrclaVelez minis ter from Cuba to the United Stales who has been traveling In the west m promote reciprocity sentiment says that Cuba boasts of more than 1 lo OIl miles of the most excellent macadam roads In the world We used crushed coral In our roods In Cuba said lie and there Is 1111I better medium for road building known It Is practically Impervious to water and when rolled smooth pro serves for mary years Its continuity Our government has expended 151 000000 In the past three years In this kind of Improvement and will continue until we hove a perfect system of roads I or a clear head a stout heart and strong mind UeWitts Little Early Risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for anything whore n safe is needed and is espec ially good for Piles Sold by nil drug gists CONCRETE BLOCKS FOR ROADS Only the Wheel Track Is Paved Re ducing Cost of Construction Orlando II IL DIckson of Jackson vllle Flu one of the most active champions of good roads in Duvsil county for many years has received word from his attorney at Washington If in of of who for we AGUE FAltM 5 room cottage hall and 67 porch In repair j good side crib good meat and hon and II variety of apples penches und rapes a wolf and never Falling spring for yards east of In easy distance to the High building when erected CO 160 acres four miles west of a miles tram branch railroad tall fresh lund 100 acres In cultivation flO acres to grass will produce the best corn and tobacco In neighborhood lasting water at door of dwell gig log 2 and room j wood stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses of purposes land to clear PrIce tt cash Sales 6000 A Year- A business stand house stock goods good will etc sales 5000 to a office in which about 120 per Three railroad station on the Here Is a fine opportunity for a man a small capital to drop right Into a good business For write jNO D Ky hens on and VOW Falls of road 3 miles trom Sample onestory and shop outhouses 130 acres pasture 22 acres In oak oak and sugar tree size Plenty of tho year round cash and easy on balance r- rthat u ptitvui uno vjr sijrcu un concrete block for constructing roads The at the patent office lit first refused him u patent because tin method wan they thought In ronfllri with other similar roads that had beet patented but Mr Dlckson employedn first nttornvy who fought tin matter through tu a successful The rood us patented of i heavy concrete blocks In shape not un like common T laid on their shies except 1 hut Ithey are much larger and only throe nr four feet In length They n mortise on one end and a on Ithe reverse end and so an looked 1together making them u con tlnuntiH fond but easily liI broken us one block eon be taken mil and nnotlicr one Inserted In a few moments flute The groove In lnrii enough to easily curry an ntitotnoliili tire and such n road can be with a double truck at less cost than ordl llrst country roads cost Mr Dlckson laI in correspondence willII- I several manufacturers of mnehlmrvI for concrete who assure him I that a machine can be constructed t10 I turn out several blocks in n at small cost for labor A shnriI piece of the road Is now In use he tween Jacksonville and Apoka and tai tested enough to prove Its corn plate adaptability as n first class road for farm vehicles or automobile- sNOTICE I Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries All of con sequence charge for matter Wi gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occurEditor Roads Would Help The good roads movement is nn economic movement a thing that somewhere and at some touches the pocket nerve of every producer und every consumer In the land a fat tor as as navigable In to the settlement of till rate A real and stable macadam highroad between Denver Kansas City and Chi for Instance would bo of more benefit to the economic development of Colorado forty successful appeals to the interstate commerce Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI Good Road Campaign chamber of commerce of Wichita Falls Tex has engaged In a campaign of education on good roads subjects It Is sending out speak ers exhibits to lec ture In county schoolhouses on the advantages of improved roads and to secure signatures to a petition to the county commissioners to call an election to vote on a 100000 bond Issuo for the of good roads hl the precinct or district When Youre Out of A good thing to try when you arc out of kilter is to drink lots of water the fast but remember when you are fasting to remove all reason for further fust decided to fast the faster should make Ill his mind to use dlsrrrticn He hull not because he hall came to believe In the olfiVacy oi1 fasting determine a lung fat fir u bt Inning H must not let hit onthuelncr t fcr ill treatment carry with It hi common e 111 firvt fast ghoul cover two IlllI1 eiUist fni diner Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed any following proprieties write us at for owners name and address If none these places suit you write usat tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man has the very property you are looking Wo recommend following properties as being productive and fair in Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want your property send price and description at and lot us show you how bring buyer and seller This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to quick sales Jno IDs Babbage good stulistock- barn two good sheds house house good stock water ZOO Uurdinsburg School 0For wheat plenty well dwelling rooms side 1ionty good timber for farm good 2000 splendid store of Annual 6000 year Post connection pays year miles from branch with further particulars BABBAGE Cloverport 352 Uardlnsburg 3O Slnkiug dwellings Improvomentsltwo houso blacksmith under all necessary timber white black beech nil good good water Onethird good terms authorities class Iwio consists rails hue tenon repaired built nary rifles work hundred day been free newspapers any such Good Everybody time Indispensable land waterways fundamental freight questions cago than commission The with stereopticon construction Sorts fast during Having upon new away Ron the once once the price cash for once together make SALE Storo houso and dwelling com bined corner First nnd High Streets Cloverport Ky Cistern basement whole length of building Will sell at a bargain or exchange for a dwelling house In Cloverport Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located tents for S3 per month 175UFalls ofsSinkingroadburgile from Sample Improvements dwellingand a good big barn SO acres la oak and beech timber Tho oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR SALEA term containing 250acres and under fence A nice cottage ct live l5 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with u store room over It two good stock barns one tenant hQuso about 5to apple und peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most nil kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyurd ot choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods It5 nero In grass sever groves of black locust HUtllclont for posts U wire the wholo farm In It lies near Ekror on L II h St L U It price Is 5000 or long ttud easy payments FORSALEAsplendid stand for a druggist town surrounded- by good prosperous farmers This Is Just tho place for omb young physician to step Into a good practice and a goou drug business An old ostabllslgd physician wants to retire Is the ronson for selling liar further Jarttc ulars address JNO U BABUAGK Cloycr I port Ky q ti- v Shedoesnt WorryIIII about i Ij Cooking The z Mothers Oats yFree Fireless Cooker is doing her work And much better than she could do it Suppose she falls asleep When her husband comes home and wakens her all she will have to do is to go to the Fireless Cooker and take out the perfectly cooked and steaming hot dinner that will be all ready Nothing thats put in the Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker can burn or boilover It cooks everything and several things once Its especially planned to prepare that ideal food Mothers OatsREGULAR AND FAMILY SIZES whichare not like pothers oats They re not only rolled to make easy cooking but are crushed to make easy digestion Easy work for the cook andeasy work for the stomach If you are a user of MOTTiERS CEREALS Mothers Oats Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour you can get a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker free with coupons Ask your grocer THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORB OATMEAL MILLS THXN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS nI = =cr ff rco WEE KL Y- COURIERJOURNAL HNRY WATTERS CIV liner Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKEHRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for 150if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal IIIIDaily CourierJournal One Year IIIIIi I Sunday Courier Journal OneYear 600 III 200 1111I aWecan give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paperI6 1=== = RIGHT NOW is the time t- oSUBScRIBE i ri 4 y rI l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO 4IssuedEvery Wednesday SnhHoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of I to cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money la advance I Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen I givetheirI EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY OCT 13 1909 THE TICKETFor County Court ClerkC Vic Robertson For County JudgerMathias Miller For Circuit Clerk Lee Walls For County AttornoyV G Babbnge ForSherifrrrrr II G Vessels For Suderintendent of Schoolsr Joe W Trent For Jailor William Gilbert For Assessor Peyton Claycomb For Corouor r Leo Bishop For Representative Dr J H Mart For Surveyor Clarence Hughes THE other day a small boy picked up a wreath of roses that had been dropped in the street during a funeral pro cession He gave it to an old woman and said 1Me believes in decorating folks before they die Is not that a great belief to live It is glorious to decorate Try it There are many floltoers not all roses but kind words and loving thoughts for decorating your friends as they pass your garden gatecI1 Louise Babbage The Circle SMOTHER GRAJVDSTAflD PLAY The Republicans have made another grandstand play in this race by advocating a system of reform in the conduct of the coming elec tion IIn a lengthy article signed by their chairman they suggest to the Democrats that no money or whisky be used in this election or anything else that will tend to corrupt the voter In answer to this the News will say that purity in elections has always been advocated by the Democratic party from the days of Jefferson down to this goodhourNot until the Republican party came into being and began to tamper with the ballot and manipulate votes was any thing else known Not until their powerful hand took hold of tho machine in this country was there any thing known but a free ballot and a fair count Though with a lavish hand for power and greed they inaug urated the very thing of which they now complain pores the pity but tis true Money and a system of intimidation in elections both State and national has been their principal stock in trade And to carry the system further they have gone so far many times as to manipulate local elections whore seemingly tho result would operate to their advantage Now they come and want to pose before the people as a party ot purity and great moral reform There is nothing to it As the boys say it is too thin Why should the people of Breckenridge county have to be re minded about the moral standing of the then on the Democratic ticket this year Tho fact is no such thing is necessary The further fact is that they tine men whose moral character and standing are above reproach and they do not have to be told that it is unlawful to use money and whisky to carry the election Neither did the Democrats as a party in this county select their ticket without first consulting the will of the majority The same thing can not bo said of the Re publicans The fact is the present Republican ticket as made up hnd hatchedout was done by the ring leaders at Hardinsburg and Clover port Wm Ahl one of tho strongest men they had for County Judge was set aside and a man who was not a candidate but a few days given the nomination This was done because Mr Ahl had no money to put into the canvass Mr Beard the nominee for County Court Clerk was not a candidate but he was put on the ticket because ho had money and for tho further reason perhaps that he married into an influential Democratic family Hoy Cain who was a candidate for this office for months and who needed it and who was worthy in every sense of the word was set aside and his claims to the nomina tion ignored So all down the lino the steam roller guided by the skillful hand of the Republican leaders did its work Yet these apostles of moral reform now como and call for a clean election Ohl ye gods of war defend us No the Democratic party will take care of its own canvass and look after tho interests of the great common people John P Haswell Jr is the only man who has ever edited a pa per at Hardinsburg that has not tried to tear down tho News with the first stroke of his pen John Haswcll remembers what tho News has done for him and ho is showing his appreciation of our past efforts to help him on tho road to political success In our estimation there are few men fairer than Haswoll Wo have como in close contact with all the Democrats and the Republicans Wo have not forgotten their good and bad traits in newspaper association And truly it scows that nIlof them sooner or later have to come home to the News for genuine help and loyal support When Matthias Miller drove into Hudsonvillo several years agoI he said Boys I want your votes but J have no whisky and willnot let a man put up a drop for me to get them The fellows went LtJ f j JfoI l c A Iy +n o + it + I around all morning with their mouths opened and as lost as ducks out of water Late in the afternoon a man drove in town with a wagon load of water melons Judge Miller gave thorn alla feast it was the only dope they had over had without a headache and most willingly gave the Judge their votes Pray lot all the candidates profit by rr Judge Millers example and success The Democrats have no quarrel to make with the rank and file 0 the Republican party They want their votes by a fair square deal They have a ticket of which they are proud They arc honest up right square menevery one of them They will conduct the officesf in a manner that will appeal to ovary good citizen who her ho be Democrat or Republican They are not party servers They are nott officeholders They have no masters to servo save the people They are of the people for the people and to all the people thoy appeal forL their support Through deep appreciation and gratefulness to The Circle Pub lishing Company Now York we clip from tho Girls Department of The Circle magazine for October the following I am giving youI tho first of the little paragraphs that Miss Babbago will send you ev ery month through this department she is a girl who is doing things and has learned from experience and for that reason the little pearl- of wisdom she drops for you will be of unusual value Editor Wo feel sorry for our good friend Judgo Adair Ho hasnt a shadow of a chance to win in the Senatorial race Wo have told him so time and again He is too late getting in Ho has missed his op portunity Tho race is settled right now Every county in the dis trict is going Democratic The Judge dont believe this but we do really and truly Bill Hall the Republican candidate for jailer went to Stephens port last week Ho said ho couldnt finda man or woman for him there so he went to Rome Indnnd found tho situation the same way Mr Hall laughs and tolls the story as though ho enjoyed it Things never looked brighter for the Democrats than they do now Tho enthusiasm is great Evory Democrat is a worker and is taking a lively interest in one of the best tickets ever put up in tho county by any party Charlie Millet is home from Eddy villo Ho says he has been in politics for twenty years and ho never saw things so good for the Democrats Ho says the ticket is a sure winner KENTUCKY SADDLERS AT HORSE SHOW Which Began In Louisville Mon day And Will Continue Throughout The Week Although liberal prizes have been an nounced for all the 57 classes of the Louisville Horse which will be held at the armory in that city the week of October llth the saddle classes in particular have been welt taken care of The number of classes and the value of the awards is sufficient to insure fine competition among the prominent ex hibitors of Kentucky saddle horses which are of course the finest of the type in the world The first class for fivegaited saddlers is for those under 4 years old and for premiums offered by the American Saddle Horse Breeders Association The next is for those not over 152 and the class following provides for those exceeding 152 The combination class follows and the championship class is No 32 The premiums in that class are offered by Paul Jones Co of LouisvilleIn division the first class is for those 152 and under follow ed by one of those 152 and under 153 The next class is for those 13 and over while the ladies class is next The American Saddle Horse Breeders As sociation offers the prizes in the next class for threegaited saddle horses under four years The combination class follows and the final event will be the championship class Entries in these classes have been heavy and great sport is promised The attendance from this section of the State will be large Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal ca tarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membrane that lines the airpassages It is made to over ome tho disease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocaine or mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it trice sOc Malted by Ely Bros r 6 Wan en Street New York Many Surprises Are Pos sible in a Pin Shower Elsie was a great favorite in our little musical club and when she an nounced her engagement to the dear est man in the world we could scarcely wait to give her a shower So a pinshower was decided upon We talked over our contributions as we were anxious to have no duplicates and what a lot of pins there are to wear When Elsie commenced to open her packages her surprise and happiness made our joy complete One parcel contained a lovely beltpin another a hatpin in a holder while all kinds of safetypins on crocheted rings fast ened to Dresden ribbons were found In the third She received a charm ing stickpin collar and veil pins t I jt hairpins of all sorts and a dainty barrette set with rhinestones Cubes of fancy toiletpins a paper of plain black and white pins in a silk case and even a pretty watchpin And the largest package contained a rollingpin The New Idea Womans Magazine for November WEBSTER If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour T J Compton was in Tell City sev eral days last week Born to Mr and Mrs Jas Bandy the 6th a fine boy Mr Jim Stewart of Louisville wits in Webster Thursday Mr Emmett Woods and wife left for Bonita Cal Wednesday morning Mrs Dr Hendricks who has been very ill for severall days is very much improvedMr Crutcher was in Louisville Wednesday Mr Brown of Lodiburg was the guest of Mrs Roy Beauchamp and Mrs June Balman last week Don Lyddan and Mr Fred Tinius were in Irvington Tuesday doing SocietyMr Ether Hall and wife are in Owensboro for a protracted visit When the News is handed out to us now we feel like we were shaking hands with a long lost friend that had return- Ed to his old home t6 spend the re mainder of his days Mr Calvin Simmons was in Owens boro several days last week Miss Mollie Adkisson and Miss Pearl Mays were in town Thursday Miss Alta St Clair entertained her many friends to a lemon squeeze Fri day evening The occasion was a success Delicious refreshments were served music and games were enjoyed by aUIf dont think the Webster Grey Devils can play ball just cast your optics over this We played a double header on the Irvington diamond Sat urday evening First game with Ekron we took the honors 9 to 1 Second game with Irvington Score 17 to 3 in our favor Miss Lora Harington and Miss Lho tus two of Custers beautiful young ladies were visiting Miss Lizzie Hall Saturday and Sunday Alexander is the shoe man at Irving- ton If you want good shoes that fit and wear and low in price go to Alexander at Irvimjtoti Alexander nt Irvington has a shoe for women at 125 It is a world beater It is made of solid leather It fits well and wears well Cnll for this shoe This is Alexanders week ou shoes Prices are lower than ever before Go to Irvington and buy a pair while thoy are so cheap THE OLDEST DRUM Edwin Forbes of Fordsville Ky says I see in The National Tribune c 1 iitt Jt1 For a Limited Time ryOUCAN GET- f The Louisville Times Regular Price 500 a Year AND THE Breckenridge News Both One Year For 350sThe Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper i Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for MAIL subscrip tionsTwo Papers for less than the 1 Price of One t WE KNOW WHATS BEST IN BUSINESS STATIONERY 1 CJ Most J socalled bonds a eII near n bonds2 bonds by courtesy only yPr4lm3 I JJL flJ You can never get on an ordinary bondfpaper a letterhead as good as you needas fine as you expectedt+ flf Real bond costs a fraction more than II bondfrI courtesy frS cwcLNJ tThJ ab aa costs onetenth ofa cent per sheet more a compelling finished letterhead it gives is worth ten timesahe extra fraction on its costPo rc T We know whats best in business stationery u at us show you Samples of COUPON BOND fc Breckenridge News Job Rooms Cloverport Ky 01 that Robert Bain of Saratcga Springs N Y claims to have the oldest drum in this country I think I can go him one better by at least one hundred years before Burgoyne and his Hessian troops landed on our shores I now own an old drum which is in a good state of preservation whose early his tory is lost but it was no doubt brought to America during the early colony days though at what time it was brought to Kentucky is now unknown It is supposed to have been during the Revolutionary war About the year of 1786 Col Wm Hardin built a fort known in history an Fort Hardin on the site of the present town of Hardins burg Ky According to tradition this drum was not only beat for the garri son at Fort Hardinbut for all the wars militia musters barbecues public speak ings executions etc at Hardinsburg from 1786 to 1805 and it is said here that Maj Feley the old tenor drum mer of Hardinsburg beat this drum on the bloody field of Shiloh The drum is 17iinch head 17 inches high the air toIgether g sr di + made with large brass headed tacks and Ilis older than Bdrumthe old time hair covered trunks which F were heirlooms of our oldest living in habitants The drumsticks are turnedBhickory wood thehandles are charged with lead and they look as old as th drum The drum is now used at all patriotic political and grand army parades and memorial services The National Tribune Washington D C Sept 30 i00 NOTICE When sending a news item to this ot flee please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items ol interestEditorII idforf r i saty T 1 p f I 1iT i Tiir- 7 ijlA R ReliableCATARRH I Elys Cream Balm U quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once t cleanses soothes protectsho brano resulting frorax Catarrh and drives I away a Cold in tho i rVEDtores DntqIsleEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York the Breckonridge News WEDNESDAY OCT 13 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL oo Shoes that wear well tooHe School shoes at Sippels Shoe Store l Mrs James Stites iU ill in Louisville Blankets and comforts Nolte- J 3 Epley spent Sunday in Calhoun i familyi e f nlcf i Ladies coat suits Nolte Rob Moorman of Glendeane attend ed the Owensboro Fair Trunks Valises BagsNolte- Mrs John E Matthews has returned 0 her home In Philadelphia Try Noltes Shoes Mise Katherine Wroe spent the week nd with Miss Julia Wroo at Kites Run- UnderwearrNolte Joe Smart and family of Rites Run were guests of Mr nnd Mrs T L Wroe Jntnrday R Misses Lucile Berry and LoUie Matheney are visiting in Bowling reen Mrs Alma Chancellor and little daughter were here from Tar Fork SaturdaySmart Set Magazine for sale at the News office Back numbers for 1 cents each Hair puffs nets braids wigs another d hair novelties for sale at Mrs CordreysMrs f and her son Dr Boon 1have bought the Harris property in St Rose Court Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday ind Thursday Mrs Sallie Moorman and Miss Kntu erivife Moorman of Louisville spent Sunday here You can always get your moneys worth when you buy at the shoe store Conrad Sippel When you are looking for good fall and winter shoes call at the Shoe StoreC Sippel Goldsmith Frymire has had his News address changed from Dermott Ark to Port Barre La Judge and Ms Wills Miss Gensle Wills and Miss Sawyer have returned rom Louisville Mrs D Stuart Miller and daughter Sarah leftSaturday forOweusboro alter a visit to Mrs Bowne Lost Silver bar pin enameled in blue Finder return to News Office and receive reward Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mr and Mrs RIchard Carters cella- was robbed last Saturday night Stv eral dollars worth was stolen Rev E W Graves will fill his regular appointment at the Lucile Memorial Presbyterian church Sunday Mrs Cordreys pattern hats and ready to wear hats from Cincinnati have t justarrived Call to see them- JiKt received an extra good line of Mens Womens and Childrens shoes f for winter at Sippels Shoe Store Let your boy wear Good for Bad Boys shoes if you like the boy Sold only by Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Mr and Mrs Henry Shank and Mr and Mrs Dan Shank of Rome have gone to San Francisco Cal for a pleas de trip the home of Mr and Mrs Sam Berry was made very happy last Thurs day by the arrival of little Miss Helen Francis Berry jlphn Jennings of this city J M Rollins of Union Star and Forrest theOcProf Tanner Mr McCoy Miss Ma 1 r fake baby nervous and fretfulIIand stops gain in weight iethebestioodtnedfcfneforteeth ilag babies It strengthens the j wrves supplies lime for the teeth i keeps the baby growing Va small bottle now All Druggists I 7 ray p4f garet Wroe nnd Miss Ora Hendricks at tended the Teachers Association at Hnrdlnsburg Saturday Richard Stites has returned to the conductors service on the Henderson Route Ho has been traveling passenger agent In the West for this rondo You dont have to go away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday Rev Sanders and W R Polk went to Winding Branch hut to attend the Perry County Doatd meeting Rev Sanders will also attend the Baptist Convention at South Bend Mrs Cordroy is having the pleasure of filling many mail orders this year lor people of means nnd who buy handsome millinery She has just recently ex pressed some expensive hats to outof town customers Have your name put on the News 1st Its too cold to run over to your neighbors house to borrow it besides her family is reading Paid in Full and they do not want the News mi- splacodAlton Kingsbury IMrs Cordreys imported model huts are attracting much attention This is the first season such handsome creations of millinery have ever beeu brought to Cloverport and her customers greatly app eciate her efforts to please I II SOCIETY NOTES f i II firs Dean HonoredIMrs Hale Dean of Richmond KyI who has been much entertained during her visit to Mr and Mrs J Allen Dean and family was honored with a charm jug bridge party by Miss Hannah Dean Friday morning at her home on Freder Ica street Owensboro Inquirer 000- Marry Today The wedding of Miss Allene Marshall Herr of Piceville and Mr David Mor ton Watkins of New York will take place in Louisville this afternoon Mrs 5S S Watkins and Mrs Keith McCui lock of Owensboro will attend 000 Miss Ada Mason Married toeMr Harry W Dill took place Saturday afternoon in Cannelton Mr and Mrs Dill will live in Danville Ind where he is editor of the Republican 000 SmithWood Wedding The marriage of Miss Bettie Lee Smith and Hugh Nelson Wood at Grace Episcopal church last night was wit nessed by a large crowd of time friends and relatives of the hide and groom The words that bound two loving hearts were pronounced by Rev Geo C Abbitt rector of Grace church The church i was beautifully decorated in white and ytllow which with the richly gowned bride and her attendants and the immediate friends presented a scene seldom if ever exceeded in beauty in auy church matrimonial occasion in this city The bride is the only daughter of Mr Dixon W Kitchen a young woman of cjire beauty She has always been a great favorite in society and by her sweetness of disposition and vivacity of manner endeared herself to all The groom is the youngest son of Hon and Mrs Hunter Wood Sr and is a young man of sterling worth aud integrity For four years he has been therLouisville St Louis and Texas railroad at Louisville and is now acting as chief engineer of his road between Lo isville and Henderson After the ceremony the bridal couple and attendants were given a reception at the home of Mr and Mrs Kitchej After spending most delightful hour Mr and Mrs Wood went to the L N station and boarded the ten oclock train tor Chicago the first stopping place on their western tour After returning from the west Mr and Mrs Wood will begin housekeeping in Louisville Louisville Market Report Louisville Sept 281009Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 1117 121 CornNo2 white 0- 5OatsNo2 White new 42I EggsMarket quite case count 10 and 20c candled 21 22c PoultryHens 12 and I3c per lb roosters 7c young chickens 14 13crHogs Tops700 770 pigs550 010 roughs 0g5 Sheep and LambsBest lambs 5If 6c seconds 5 5c fat sheep 31 3M I Swift Tobacco Market Opens At Mt Sterling Mt Sterling Ky Oct 9Special Auto K Robertson buyer for a Lou isville tobacco warehouse opened the tobacco market ere today by purchas ing over 200 acres of tobacco at differ ent prices The purchases ranged from i r CHILDATEANENTIRE Of CUTICURA I Spread on Some CrackersNot the Slightest Injury Resulted from Little Fellows Escapade In Most Positive Way Ingredients of CUTICURA PROVEN PURE SWEET AND HARMLESS A New York friend of Otleura writes tho following interesting letter My three year old son and heir after being put to bed on a trip across tho Atlantic investigated tho stateroom and located a box of graham crackers and a box of Cuticura Oint mentWhen a search was made for tho box it was found empty and tho kid admitted that ho had eaten tho con tents of tho entire box spread on tho crackers It cured him of a bad cold and I dont know what else No moro conclusive evidence than everyIngredientsolutely pure sweet and harmless If it may bo safely eaten by a young child nono but tho most beneficial results can bo expected to attend its application to youngestInfantmothers and nurses to such an extent that Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint ment have for been unhesi tatingly used throughout tho civilized world for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin scalp hair and hands of infants and children from tho hour of birth And greater still If possible is the confidence reposed in uticura Remedies for tho treatment of torturing and disfiguring humors of tho skin and scalp The suffering which they havo thus alleviated among tho young and tho comfort they have af parentshavohomes as priceless agents in tho speedy permanent safe and economical treatment of Infantilo and birth humors ec zemas rashes irritations inflamma tions and chafings and other itching scaly and pimply humors when nU other remedies suitable for children fail Cuticura Remedies are sold throughout the world Depots London 27 Charterhouse So Paris 6 Hue de la 1alx Australia It Towns Co Sydney South Africa Lennon Ltd Cape Town Kant Lon don etc Russia Ferrrln Moscow Japan Maruya CorpSola 5000 to 50000 pounds and the pricesI ranged from 10 to 11M cents per pound The largest crop purchased was 7500 pounds from Robert Tipton for which he paid 13 cents per pound There was a rush of sellers on the market and it i reported tonight that over 1000 acres changed hands In this city today at high prices The sale of tobacco has made land much higher Tobacco me I are jubilant JUDGE CHELF NOT DEAL YET Is Improving In HealthReady Fo Many More Years Of Service For The People Of The Ninth Judicial Dis trict CANNOT CANVASS FIELD To the voters of the Ninth Judicial Dis trictFor fear the fact should become lost in the shuffle I desire to suggest to the voters of the district that I am now the regular Democratic nominee for the office of Circuit Judge in the District and have been for sometime My name will appear upon time official ballot to be used at the November election under the chicken cock the Democratic de vice and not under the picture of one of my boys I am told it is being cir culated over the district that I am not physically able to hold my Courts and attend to the duties of the office and that my opponent is contending that a more able bodied man should be put in In fact I understand that his motto text is More able bodied men to the front I wish to suggest that I am now holding my courts over the District as fast as they come We are up with the Docket in every County in the District I am improving in health and strength all the time and think I will soon feel like a two year old I am not dead yet and dont intend to die until the time comes and I strenously and vociferously object to being administered on before I do die I am fully aware that it is all wrong for a man to get sick in fact any one who would dp I a thing like this should be taken out and shot but nature somehow or other has so arranged things in this world that we must sometime lay up for repairs Tho great steam ship that plows the ocean wave between the two worlds sometimes becomes lame and unsea worthy and must go into the dock for repairs The iron horse as he goes belching fire aud smoke from the smoke stack on his rush from one side of the continent to the other in time lags and is run into the roundhouse to be over hauled and the belts tightened So the rule goes on in its application both to animate and inanimate creation andl we bow in submission liAs these things must needs be11 + + W a rv ts m + WANTEDCarpenter n Rood locution Is open town for a contractor carpenter who Is married sober and knows liddressXentirelyD101tEMENIrvington FOR tIAIEA farm ot ono hundred und rarmIrleotHreetLoulsv1lln Lewellynsetterstwo harmedicy r YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Kentucky Sunday School Association Owensboro Kentucky lr5 Cloverport to Owensboro and re turn Oct 20 21 and 22 limited to Oct 25 Grand March of Masons Orand Chap ter Royal Arch 300 Cloverport to Louisville andre turn Oct 18 10 20 limited to Oct 23 One way Second Class Colonist rates to California and the Northwest Sept 15 to Oct 15 100U Regular Homeseekers excursions to 0the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 Juno 11 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 5and Oct 5 and 10 Until further notice rio 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for 71nwhich is due at Herderson 635 p m I am now engaged in holding the October term of the Breckenridge County Circuit Court and will be so engaged until the November election I will have no time to canvass the dis tormy s my friends while I look after the public duties required of me I have now about served one term in the District as Circuit Judge I may not have fought a good fight but as Bryan said I know I have kept the faith My rule has been as far as in mo lies to faithfully and impartially give even handed justice to all If the people of my district think my course as Judge justifies an endorsement upon their part for another term I will greatly appreciate the same and will be glad to meet them at the polls where they will find me located in that column of the official ballot presided over by the chicken game cock Weed S Chelf The Green River District Pool BigI That a big percentage of the tobac co raised in the Green River District this year is In the pool is evinced by the fact that the Green River Dis trict Tobacco Association alone has pooled 18585 acres in three counties The American Society of Equity claims just about as much while the Home Warehouse Company has pooled much more than last year President Berry of the Green River Association has been busy since the pool closed figuring up the total acre age pooled His figures show that his organization has pooled 4335 acres in Ohio county compared to 2600 last year 4150 acres in McLean county compared to 3700 list Year and 10100 acres In Daviess county compared to 0600 last year In Hancock county almost the entire crop Is pooled the Green River Association claiming 55 per cent and giving the A S of E I45 per cent Breckenridge county has pooled practically all of Its crop The big increase in Ohio county was made around Fordsville and Narrows where there was much unpooled to bacco last year- President Berry states that the crop this year is just about the same size as last year He believes that after the Board of Control meets here next Friday something will be doing at once in the way of negotiations for a sale It is the hope of Mr Berry that the three organizations will not only sell together but will also re ceive and handle the crop together J W Dunn the Equityleaderstatcs- that between 80 and 85 per cent of tJIICOI 111 QOOiiOi I j- Q CHOIC- ECANNED 0 GOODS FOR THE TABLE FiI i California Apricots Wnite Heath Peaches Lemon Cling Peaches Green Gage Plums White Waxa Cherries Gooseberriesi Blackberries I Pine Apple Plum Pudding Peas Corn Tomatoes Pumpkin El KrautEljl JjJj- Q LET US SERVE YOU ffi J C NOLTE BROgQ 11jjCLOVERPORT KY jj- QO IIt 00IOOBOOJI OQ MILLINERY OPENING THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1909 Lyons Dry Goods Store Ifbington Kentucky You are cordially incited to my exhibition of the Falland Winter Hats Veils and TrimmingsI LAURA HALE ExquisiteMillineryImported in Fall and Winter Hats Moderate Prices Personel attention to all orders ALICE B HICKEY 616 South 4llh Avenue LOUISVILLE KY the crop in the entire district isjI i pooled He believes that the Amer ican Society of Equity has pooled half the crop In Hancock McLean Ohio and Daviess combined A dis trict Equity meeting with five Ken tucky counties end three Indiana counties represented will be held at OwensboroPresident Emison Shaw of the Home Warehouse Company does not yet know what the Home Warehouse pool amounts to However he knows that it is far beyond last years pool which amounted to 1000 acres of dark and about 175 acres of burley The Home Warehouse Company con fines itself almost entirely to Daviess county Tobacco Tydings Restful Combinations Trent yourself for It will prove indeed a treat to plain French linen window and door hangings If your room rejoices In a bouquet wall paper Reverse the thing In favor of a print ed English chintz for the hangings showing on Its surface a crawling vine or even a peacock design should your wall Ime but a plain tint The tinted wall Is no longer rare In houses that have benefited by tho art of the modern decorator but It is seldom found In the less expensive rented house The figured wall Is sometimes quito possible even from the decorators viewpoint A great part of the work of this genius among men Is making tho best of things and with plain hangings and polished floors or one tone rugs the worst of wall papers Is not always odio- usSubscribe Right Now Combination Shirt Waist Box A new shirt waist box of roomy ca pacity leas high curved grins that turn It Into a sort of settee It Is 137r covered wlti crotonno to match apartment The boxes are used In hall or living rooms of summer houses for overshoes rubbers tennis rackets etc BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones andwe appre elate your business and in fluence Interest paidnn Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY DR W M CASPER DENTIST At Clovorportovory IWeiluusday and Thurs day ut Dr LtcUtfoots Office NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All newspapers of any con Wesgladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occurEditor 4 r 14 II y r i a s rr J PAID INI FULL I Novelized Walters S From By Great EugeneII JOHN W HARDINGC- opyright CoJJ1908 by Ii W Dillinjham To be Continued CHAPTER V ilKN broad minded Mrs W Brooks observed to her husband that she did not understand her motile any more than her mother understood ber she had impressed exactly the mental relation in which they stood toward each other Mrs Harris was one of those women occasionally to b met with who continue to treat their grownup sons and especially thei grownup daughters as children and feel it Incumbent upon themnay con sIder It their bounden dutyto inter fore with advice and comment in the natural progress of domestic sophie ticatlou of their young wedded oft spring Moreover she was a woman wholly lacking In tact and depth of mind and possessed to an exaggerated degree that quicksand of reason vanity L Mrs Harris and Miss Beth Harris ere out for a ride with Captain Wil liams who accompanied them and nil wero In automobile tenue Her mother and sister greeted Emma effusively 1utirsfor once In responding to leer parents InWtag his automobile cap upon which he had pushed up his goggles and fount himself face to face with Smith Hello You here he said by way of greeting greatly surprised to see his superintendent there on that above all nights Yaas replied Jimsy Im here again P iUTught to take a berth here grunted Ills employer looking round for the most cpmfortablc chair and installing himself in it Youre always around Much as possible admitted Smith tranquilly remaining standing How do you find your new car Good enough Cost 5000 ought to be goodought to be Mrs Harris and Beth bustled In throwing open their automobile coats and disclosing very handsome gowns that contrasted strangely with Emmas poor little cotton frock Why good evening Jimsy cried Mrs Harris Wheres Joe Gone out for a walk I guess he answered Howdy Both Very well thank you Mr Smith responded that young person some what frigidly Mr Smith he echoed looking at her curiously The girl raised her eyebrows and af fected surprise Isnt that right she inquired Yes Smith Is the name he replied It aint that Ive forgot Itnoonlyt- o remind you that the first oneJImc sy aint been changed No dearie Jlmsy wouldnt lwowjj what it meint to be mistered ob served Mrs Harris with an Intonation I of dlsdnlnIMe neither put in Wllllams but a mans got to got used to 1t- Have you got used to it captain asked EmmnIYes and no 1 never had it given to me until I came oast always used to be Capn Bill or something on that or derbut with eastern airs and a bit of prosperity your old ways have got to change Mrs Harris had been gazing about her deprecatingly She wanted to know why they should stay in the dining room Emma explained that they had succeeded In Inducing the janitor to have the sitting room papered and that It was all upset This aint bad commented Captain Williams Its real cozy and you can eee a womans had a rand in the ar rangementIBut its a little bit of a stuffy fourI roomed flat objected Beth turning up her pretty nose Really I shouldII die In oneIWell Beth remarked Smith with his quiet drawl you never can tell Maybe you will Beth mode a grimace I would If I had to do my owuI work washing dishes ugh I I III dont see how Emma stands It I declared Mrs Harris Its Just drudgeII ery l Well mother please remember its Emma who docs stand It after all retorted I that little woman patiently so 1 please please dont you mind I think its a great little nook Mrs i Brooks opined WillIamsII Thank you captain she said grate fullyAnd I fixed up nice and comfortable I Cant day as anything looks cheapfThank you again Perhaps It IsntLYou know captain you aint tho only ono whos found out the secret of making a dollar produce COO centsssaid Smith with his whimsical smile t Has he done that Inquired Mrs Harris affecting surprise and admira Lion Figuratively speaking I presume chimed In Both primly J 1 always thought 500 was figura tively speaking said Smith Ilto ti01 d h dH t d 4 4i captain Williams nao prouucea ins pipe Illled It und lighted it without asking permission Smith says Im close Im notl ho declared To me business is busl mess If Ive got money nobody gave It to me I earned what I earned and then I made that earn more You sure aint given it no vaca tions captain commented his superintendent dryly And thats right affirmed Mrs Harris with some heat I believe IIn men getting money Mr Harris was one of those soft hearted men who never made the best of his opportuni ticsalways trying to bo fair and square with other men and what thanks did he get Mother please remonstrated Emma Its true went on her parent If he hadnt been that way Emma do you suppose youd be hero doing your own work Mother I Insistyou must not Mother Is perfectly right inter rupted Both Emma you dont do sotto this kind of a life But hove I complained demanded Mrs Brooks desperately Why do you say such things Because Ive got myself to think Youreewasting yourself tied up to the house myrfriends know just how youre fixed Youre never invited anywhere any moreCompletely forgotten said Beth Brooks who had let himself In si lently and unobserved stood in the hall Irresolutely watching them and listening to the conversation Please dont entreated Emma greatly distressed Its my affair and besides before people You might say the captains almost one of the family since your father died put in her mother I knew you should never have married Joe that he cpuldnt take care of you the way he ought Hello You here Its too late now said Beth shrug ging her shoulders Captain dont you think Emma should have more Well Mrs Brooks must know her own mind he replied Your father when he worked for me always had away of his own But it does seem as If she should at least have n lilted girl and more than four rooms to a fiat but- Brooks strode into the room livid with passion goaded to a white heat of fury reckless of everything mur der in his heart and hurling his hat to the floor faced the company It does seem so does it he fairly hissed going over to his employer Im glad you think so And why hasnt she Will you tell me that Speak Will you tell me that Ill tell you why you slave driver Mrs Harris and Beth sat speechless and pale but Smith rose Steady Joeboyi he admonished Emma had hurried to her husband and grasped his arm Oh Joe dont she Implored You dontHe flung her roughly from him Let me alone he shouted and turn ed to Williams again quivering with rage Do you know why sho hasnt he continued Well Ill tell you all Its because this man aint on the square He began by cheating and murdering niggers who worked for him aboard his rotten trading ships Then after he got through with tho belaying pin after he got his money he picked up the salary list for a club and hes murdered and wounded and maimed with that You see my wife here Shes only one of hundreds and she suffers It is too bad she married me It is too bad that shes got to do her own work It is too bad that shes got to wash and scrub and sweat In the heat but that mans to blame If you gave me a fair share of what I produce If you didnt grind down oppress and pinch sho wouldnt have to Ive worked for you five years hard honest and all the time youve been grinding me down down and thousands ot others thousands You know all of you know my motherinlaw and smart sisterinlaw knowyouve piled up your money on the blood and and misery of others Thats the kind of n man you are and you might as well know it Captain Williams had listened to this enunciation at first In utter amaze ment Then his shaggy eyebrows had knitted together and his little eyes had narrowed to slits while the blood had nomad over his face In a donn t W a I I Are You Reju1arll 1 sign elf disease a sign of some hidden female trouble that way be under- minIng and weakening your cone stitution and laying up for yon much future suffering Many thousands ol weak IT regular suffering women have In the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use of tbat wellknown successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura- tIve remedy WINE OF CARDUIWOMANS Apple Q Dames of Alto Tex writes I caught cold which made me irregular and gave me pains In my shoulders and sides Lfc For almost 2 weeks I could not i- l lift a chair Cardul brought mo all right again I have no more l pains and am In very good if- ll healthAt All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing sympI DeptTheChattanooga Tenn B 34 I glow through the veins that swelled out like cords on his neck and throat There aint no one ever said them things to me and got away with It he thundered clinching his fists and gathering all his tremendous strength as he rose to crush his accuser Mrs Harris and Beth sprang up In great alarm and at tho captains terrifying voice and his ferocious as stoodimpassive I ward whom he had been edging Emma had stepped quickly between th2 captain and her husband Please pleas captain forsake my she pleaded rIhim come on cried Brooks doggedly but his voice falteringWilliams gazed at the sweet frail woman standing Imploringly before him and as he gazed his muscles grad ually relaxed the wrath faded from his eyes and finally the corners of his mouth twitched In a faint smile All right Mrs Brooks he said gently I almost forgot where I was I apologize Smith his hands In his pockets moved away across the room Joe you know Its your home our home expostulated his wife IIforgot Excuse me he mute tered sulkily looking ashamed Smith spoke up his winning smio lighting his face You know Its boon an all tired ho- tdayjust the kind of weather when about every mothers son Is on edge Now Joe he supped a cog and that sort of put the whole confounded ma chine out of gear including the captt tain But now you see its just all forgottenPossibly As far ns Im concerned I must be going declared Mrs Har ris coldlyIndeed yes l chirped Beth Brooks now his rage having spentc Itself and his bravado fizzled out was almost crying II he began But the words choked In his throat nnd picking up his lint he hastened out of the room and the flat Will you please take us away cap tain requested Mrs Harris Just a moment he said Mrs Brooks Im almighty sorry about what happened just now IId rather you wouldnt speak of It she told him Perhaps I have been a little hard he said earnestly and apologetically I want you all to understand that I Please please captain for my sake she pleaded Ivo lived n herd life with hard peo Die Since tho day I shinned before mast In a north Pacific sealer JI Ithe what n cut and a blow wns rotten grub tho scurvy mid all them things meant and I know that tire only thing between them things and comfort decency and the respect of folks was money I started to get money and maybe I have been a lit tie hard just a little hard No one would call you easy cap thin agreed Smith Anyway Mrs Brooks continued Williams Joe keeps his Job arid It aint going to make a bit of difference between us Not tine least she asked with Vender Certainly not said Mrs HnrrlaIJoe declared Beth languidly was absurd lie quite bores me Smith smiled at her and Injected a good deal of irony into his tone as he said Yes you looked as If something was wrong Beth The captain approached Mrs Brooks with an attempt at gallantry that was elephantine mid grotesque and rolled her hand which she suffered to re main limply In his clasp Well Mrs Brooks he said If Its all squared you will come riding with us wont you Not tonight You will excuse me she replied Certainly ho assured her warmly slinking her hand as though it were a pump handle Good night Good night she answered Then she advanced to receive the parting kisses of her mother and sis ter which were a good deal less cor dial than those with which they hind greeted her on their arrival Their oscillatory reserves seemed to have been kept In cold storage during the IntervalThe that in the engrossing cere imony of leave taking with Mrs Brooks everybody forgot to be polite enough to say good night to Smith did not ruffle his equanimity in the least CHAPTER VI lIEN the door had closed W behind the visitors Mrs Brooks and Smith sat down acid gazed at each other In silence for some minutes Well exclaimed Emma interrog atively nt last Wefl7 lie replied between you and me Joe came as near getting skinned alive as any one I ever saw It was terrible IIIt was terribly true You saved hlll t I know The captain must like you I never did think he could like anybody I hate him she declared with a grimace of disgust Ugh what a beastSmith reflected Maybe and maybe not he mused I cant just make him out At this juncture the front door opened and Brooks entered I saw them drive off he said drop ping Into n chair I hope they will stay away In future That mother and sister of yours make mo tired 1 Cant stand for them aril whats moro 1 wont Theyd drive a saint to drink and Im no saint and dont purpose to be either Ill wife t i 1 1 uh him i r his nl1eliIi Ti s for If s gri Ji it fii jIu I III event IIi tiihrt IIVc v u 1111 t jI word you uri i yt or any ono cite Its ici Very will I IK II 1ftII slip HMli1 and awry nt I Ilfl In turn IIIM niu went to her room- Indifferently hi vucli tIl Iiru tthen turned to Smith Got nnythlig to HIITO IlitryV In demanded No hf replied fit niblntr In hi pockets as uxunlI Im last1 ort MM Ill run around tit theI coniir store und get some cigars Left uloiii Uroiks began to vlvi vnv to the uneasiness and apprehension that had followed upon his scene with Captain William- sI wonder if Williams will lire me he muttered If he doesnt Its on account of Emma lie acted as if hed go a long ways for Emma He was anxious to know what had happened after his brusque departure He went Into the bedroom and found his wife In tears i Dont cry Emma he said soothingly going to her and taking her In his arms I didnt mean to hurt your j feelings I know Ive got n fierce j I grouch on tonight but I cant help It i So would you have one If youd had to I put up with what I have today Mrs Brooks was ono of those sweet natured women who could not sulk for more than five minutes If they tried It needed but his caress and apparent contrition to dispel her resentment You certainly have had cause to worry dear she assented After whats happened tonight Ill have to hunt another job he said But I dont care Im glad I told tine beast what I thought of him Sorro day somebody 11 tell him what they think of him and plug him too al3 sure an hes bomIi I Youll not have to hunt for another Job yet awhile she told him The captain said he would overlook It IInlll tHert Ishmcut half Incredulous- He salil thatt Yes and Im gldd its turned out a + it has for how wed manage If yoj were out at work Just now gocdivs knows 1 dont Just how did he put In Ho said ho was almighty sorry for what hind occurred that he knew heII had been hard at times and that IfarI showed1 1Continued1 j + 1 ZtiR t i tt fj fjwor Ift 8 W n Bowman President A B SKittHAN Cashier F L LiouxrooT VlcoPresldont CiiAB SKIMMAX ABstCusL The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way und protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited a a eo serr ssriuat rt v LY =FOOD LAWS Have never affected our drinks in any ways They wore pure r before we had Pure Food Laws Call for drinks made by us und you will get the best and purest For sale by all dealers Carr Bottling and Manfg Works HAWESVILLE KENTUCKY v6 J r THE Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr most centrally located and hotel In tho city n 2 00 rate ono block from tho prlncl district two blocksI principal theatres Tiro cars pass tho door tonUI the city thlnj neat and clean r I RURAL TELEPHONES j m mMr Farmer arc you interested 1 If so call on the rnphmmers Line rate CUMBERLAND TEl EPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated fJBiU fiitIH 1IR I LandLanII I The best investment on earth is the arthIIitself and the best earth to invest in is 1 I Panhandle of TexsIiIi proil1Ij V 15 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms II fimfimfhis land will pay you 25 to 40 per cent annually on Private cars from Kansns City free sleepers to see tho land and ifyou purchnselOOacresor morel I YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED l I arolgettln IfiI rSave 75OtIE PURCHASING OF OUR 11 FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS mJifor only 25 The regular price is S100 Those who bring or this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 1i2S Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use Ic4IBUSINErSSa t Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE K- kli 1 44t t DIN FULL Continued from page six oil that knocks me he comment Nobody else ever bucked up ist him and got oft scot free I understand it Diet your mother in jv word for me 01 hen Its you who must have a pull died right down when you spoke Im 1 never would have believed in thing It you had been a mat ding there iu front of him hed i smashed you Darn it I won whos ringing now Cant be jy he hasnt had time to get to the tat the gait he goes wentri to tine head of the stairs i met a messenger boy who was Ing1 a letter anti had received In 1 1Lions to wait for un answer urel ho exclaimed Joyfully as ho Bed the missive Tickled to hiI Go and get your things on ha Its from Beatrice Langley iWlllle Ferguson Willies giving l tOf theater party and they want b go with them Theres going to little supper afterward n e shook her head I 11 hem wo cant go ntgol Why not 1Jdont cant see why fell then I wont so there I Youd I ar make some excuse I ITrito it yourself then ho said led and deeply disappointed Im going to lie to them ithout another word she fetched lie writing material Indited the I and sent it off by the messenger Chats the matter Are you sore j what happened tonight he deed sulkily r To Im not sore Joe hen why cant you gor ecause I cant Thats alii think you might If you didnt nt to go yourself you might havo icptcd for my sake I never get amusement and youre always faplainlrig BVbcn do I complain and of what Sts the selfish way you act I mean I once we get a chance to go and ila decent show and afterward havo upper party you get sore You tpiy dont want to go You havent r consideration for me turning with Indignation she went to him and forced him to look her fthe face i considerationiT you ll its I do why I cant go I havent d a new dress In a year My gloves j all worn out Ive skimped and uggled and economized until I cant any more Id go to the theater i orit i Jlmsy ifI t I ncr but do you think I want to go puty looping like a kitchen maid Itr J sloes are cracked Everything Is mdhand and old and ugly And t at me Do you know whats hap I ed to me Ive grown common I I coarse and cheap Sometimes jn I look at myself in the glass It Ii Ii dirtIii all And you make It harder 11 11ts almost reached ray limit of en toe turned from him tears of vexa I D and humiliation in her eyes peacemakerjcred Irthe last part of the confess- ionIt had been forced from her by her- bands Injustice and selfishness he sod soothingly there- t no use In making Joe feel worse- nI ho does lie works like the devil t somehow Toe wasnt built exactly I ky lie Is one of those fellows like ised to know In Colorado who spend 3ri their lives looking for It gold mine 1 never quite find one But Joes thiseventsortng to lithe to the best show in town 1 you two are going to hit my trail ilo I dig up the necessary spondullcd- jiefray any and nil expense Incurred puling u slight and select grub stake- r the entertainment Now what jrou think of that 011who hind been listening to vno and friend sullenly was filled a sudden resolve 16 you wont ho said tempestu- y I aint going to be an object parity Im as sick and tired of whole business as she is Emma put on tic best dress youve got r fix yourelf up the best you can i Ill take you to a show and if gy wants to come he can come as i guest Im still a man and its M right I should take care of my B and let her have a little fun as it of the Asters and Vanderbllts and of them to spend money on their jiiilea Im going to do it and I It care whether I can afford it or I can find a way all right Hurry f BnymaP- trsi Brooks would much rather havo jred at home She was worn out h the constant quarreling and ex ng happenings of tho evening but did not want to bo accused of con lnessSosho said if you think we can really afford it i like to torO I havent seen a show nearly a year Do you think Id ter go Jlmsy- tfhy surely my girl was Smiths 17uTheros no use of sticking nndj here all the time and getting more rows Go ahead Mien Ill hurry and get ready she L hastening to her room oQks had seated himself and was ing before him with a determined Mtod his hands clasped between holies Smith went to him and Kl a bill to him he said kindly zotfd better r3Y Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It now To fried Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours j a dust tedi or or an un of the kidneys too fre quent to it or in youtheand need attentionWhat To Do is comfort in the knowledge so expressed Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability to hold water and in it or bad following use of liquor or and overcomes unpleasant of being compelled to go often manytimesof oot is soon realized It the be cause OUts remarkable health prop 1medicinehave the best Sold by druggists in brick uncut settling stringy milky- appenranceoffen indicates healthy condi tion desire pass pain There often that scalding pain passing effects wine beer that necessity immediate effect Swamp stands highest restoring fiftycent uopkaoLYou Dinghamtonraer SwampRootDingbamtollN let me slip you the ten that will be necessary to pay for this buslnesr You know Emma dont need to know and you aint got the coin to blow In Yes I have he asserted pushing the note from him and Ill pay for It myselfAll right Joe But take my tip when you go Into the borrowing bus ness youd better borrow from the fel low who knows hes giving It to you and aint In a hurry to get it back Look here Timsy IIexclaimed Brooks hotly jumping up Dont you butt Into my business Its none of your affair And by the way It might be Just as well to remind you that Emmas my wife my wife you hear She married me no one ese just mealthough Ive been told she had other chances at the time Smith gaped at him without any trace of offense but with a look of pain in his eyes Im sorry you said that Joe he answered In his slow quiet voice Yes I know Emmas your wife and that she chose you after I asked her to be mine and It is just because I III im sorry you said that Joe do know that that T dont want you to go wrong and for Just that same reason I want you to understand that if you ever get intoa tight hole you can gamble on me for help and lu I aint always been a spendthrift Good night Youre not going then Inquired Brooks as his friend moved towardI tho hall but there was nothing In the tone of tho query designed to encour age the great hearted fellow to accompany them No you two had better gotogeth er he replied as he passed out When he had gone Brooks drew quickly from tho insldo pocket of hisI wAistcoat the pocketbook containing the collections in checks and bills thatt ho had not had time to turn in to the company extracted a bill of 10 andt returned the wad to Its hiding place Emma emerged from the bedroom with her hat and Jacket one Why wberos Jlmsy she asked Ho went home Ho said he guessed hod better not come as ho wanted to get up early or something or other lied Brooks- I wonder why he changed his min so sUlldenl iKsho said It was 0 oclock when they foun themselves in tho street and Brooks decided on n vaudeville show as being tho only possible place of entertain ment they could go to at that hour It had been so long since they had permitted themselves the extravagant of a night out that Mrs Brooks enjoyed tho change to time full Watch- Ing tho actors and laughing at them Jokes and antics she forgot for thet timo herworrlcsfml the painful Im pression ofthe early evening was com c 1 tII t i I pletely dispelled As the performance progressed Brooks also underwent a change of mood and by the time tho curtain fell ho had softened to some- thIng of his old self and was tender and attentive I When they found themselves outside again she was for going straight home i No he said gayly squeezing her arm that she had passed under his and patting her hand affectionately we are out for n good time for once and were going to have it She demurred feebly wanting to go but feeling that scruple on the ground of expense which from the necessity of exercising strict and unrelenting economy entered into nil her household expenditures but lie brushed aside her cautious calculations and soon they were seated In a restaurant of quite imposing aspect and he was ordering broiled lobsters and wine with the air of a man to whom money was no object lIe was in rare high spirits and gallant with a tenderness he had not manifested toward her i many a moon lie chattered and chat tered and his animation communicat ed itself to her so that her eyes spar rclcd her pretty face was wreathed in happy smiles and she returned his glances of ovo and admiration as In the happy days of their early married life when they were all In nil to each other and there was none so handsome and so noble minded as he In all the world Good Roads Mean Money Tho people need to be educated to tho fact that money spent for good roads Is not money thrown away whereas money spent for makeshift Im ororoments Iis wnrso then thrown nwny Any skin itching is n tmper tester The more you scratch the worse it Itch es Doans Ointment oure pils ec zema any skin itching At all drug storesOIL MADE EARTH ROADS New Product Which Will Keep Dirt Highways Hard and Smooth Now it IIs possible to make smooth boulevards out of rough country roads at a comparatively small cost Pro trusted rainy weather may prevail or regular gully washers may come but the roads treated by the new proc ess will keep hard and smooth oven though mud Iis knee deep in the ditches and In the holds A prominent oil cow pany asserts it has solved the prob lem The general manager of the fuel oil department of that company In New York city states that for several years his company hits been making tests to perfect an oil which would serve the same purpose on time earth roads In the country and small towns as the asphalt road oil docs on tin macadamized boulevards In April tIll company placed on the market the standard macadamized asphalt binder oil for earth roads Tests have been made In different parts of the United States and the general manager says it has been thoroughly demonstrated to be a complete success To show his confidence In the oil arrangements have been completed to build a small section of road at Independence Mo The process of making good roads with this new brand of road oil Is very simple First the road must be plow ed thoroughly and then run over set oral times with n harrow after which it should be rounded with a grader and dragged to make it hard Afte- this it Is ready for the road oil The cost of this process Is far less than the rock or macadamized roads of course said the manager It will cost from S 00 to SGOO a mile to timer oughly oil an earth road the first time The cost after that Is far less each year to keep It oiled It Iis expected that this new process will revolutionize road building We receive thousands of letters from all parts of the country asking for com plete details The demand has been so strong it has been necessary to have printed matter prepared on tho subject The good roads movement 1 Is spreading rapidly It Is one of the most striking evidences of continued and substantial prosperity Good roads enhance the value of property and the pleasure of living In the community n Dvspepsia is onr national ailment Burdock Blood Bitters is time national cure for it It strengthens stomachi membranes promotes flow of digestive juices purifies tin blood builds you up Cantaloupes Chill them- Refrigerate overnight Servo them cut In halves Unless youre a crank that Is Then have them brought In whole This is absolutely tho only way In many instances Otherwise they will be filled with cracked Ice In average hotels the Ice Is simply taken out fcr the crank Needless to say the flavor of a goo cantaloupe is spoiled by putting Ico initNo doubt plnces where many arc served Insist becauso of lack of refrig erator space IThereR ono way Ice can be useful place the halt of a luscious IcedIn spite of all servants and others onedsupposedly wise womans magazine blithely advised this course CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the J SIgnature of r j t RUSSIA AND ROYALTY A Shadow That Darkens the Path of the Czars THE FEAR OF ASSASSINATION Plots That Were Woven Around Alex ander itand tho Bomb That Shat tered His Dody An Infernal Machine That railed to Kill Alexander III Tin shadow that falls across I till path of tilt czars may extend the world round Wherever the ruler of nil the Htissliis may Imppcn tto be there the shadow of four IhN Once In Paris once In the palace gardens Alexander 11 was tired at Again In Ithe Winter Palace square ono Solorleff wearing the uniform of nn official passed the guards one day told iigaln the czar was tired upon Alexander ran for the palace Solo rleff followed him and fired three times The czar ran In zigzags however and so escaped Not long after ward two mines were laid to blow up the Imperial train One did not ex plode but the second wrecked the train Once more Ithe czar escaped Watching eyes had saved him their owners having persuaded the ruler to take another train Later Alexnnder 11 owed his life to the fact that he came late to n func tion at the unlace A bomb blew clean out a large portion of the Imperial resl dence but the czar was not present But of nil the attempts on the lives of Itusslas rulers two stand out most clearly for ttheir amazing Ingenuity One tells the story of n little unpre tenuous shop In Malaja Sadovaja street ICnbozetT then unknown to the police tool the shop and set out to Impress the pollee who were al ways making sudden inspections of promises along the thoroughfares through which Alexander II passed that he was nothing but a provision dealer Nearly every one In that street was n paid spy but Kobozeff Joked with his customers pleased his purveyors and was most affable and apparently harmless The dealer Inspired confidence and hits custom Increased gradually No wonder for most of the parcels that his customers were carrying away by day contained nothing but earth earth that during the night hours had been scraped by the man and his wife from beneath the street It was by such Ingenious method that a tunnel was hollowed and cleared under the thoroughfare and a mine laid beneath the way tit czar often passed an Innocent couch upon which the housewife slept covering the entry tp the tunnel- Yet nil the work was useless On time day the scheme was to be carried out the czar upset all the arrangements by going off to much with the Grand Duchess Catherine l khma clot an IAmon those who were watching on behalf of the terrorists was a lieuuil ful JhI1I countess too named Pe rovskuya It was she who seeing the altered arrangements gave warning The czar would return to the palace another way Along this route four men carrying bombs were stationed wererkilled nil around but the czar stepped from his coach unscathed A second man holding n bomb taws forward mind threw It This time the elTecl was awful stays Wnelaw Gaslorow ski who describes the Incident In his book Tragic Russia The czar fell as If cut by a scythe Ills legs were shattered to pieces So lied time czar who hud escaped as by a miracle many times- Alexander III followed and there were attempts upon his life The fourth was one of the most sensa tional In the entire list of nihilist plots t On a bright autumn day time Impe rial train traveled at full speed on the t track well guarded by soldiers It was toward noon lie imperial family were in the dining car where lunch was about to be served The cook and his help were making the last prepnra lions for it when an assistant was taken 111 The court physician attended the man and having stated that ho had fever with symptoms of some Inex plicable ailment decided chat the men could not remain In the imperial train and bo woo left at the next station The train moved forward townrd Borkl traveling at the speed of eighty kilometers an hour Then the electrical bell notified tbo cook that the Imperial family were ready for lunch eon A few seconds after the bell sounded a terrific noise was heard and a violent explosion changed In the twinkling of an eye tho luxurious Im- perIal train Into a heap of broken mutilateddcorpses enveloped In smoko and made all the more harrowing by the moan- Ing and cries for help of the wounded Yet tho czar escaped The dining room car that the nihilists had In tended should he a grave for the czar forealthough its roof and floor wore wrecked Its sides were preserved They inclined toward the center prop ped each other like two cards and re mained In that position protecting those who were there from being crushedThe who had been put off the train had worked tho whole thing Ho had placed an infernal machine In a cone of sugar and bad faked his 111 ness thus getting clear away Phila dolphin Ledger Mercy turns her back to the unmoral ful Quarlcs BAILEY AUSTIN- in U The Top 0 Th World After waking good in the hardest kind of weather subjectiug themselves to the dangers of the severest critics in both New York and Chicago Bailey anti Austin the erstwhile top notcbers of Vaudeville are now introduced aftertwo seasons of probation as full fledged stars in the fantastical remedy The Top 0h World which comes to Macauleys Theatre in Louisville Monday Tuesday and Wednesday October 11 12 and 13 with a matinee Wednesday rI I LOW ONE WAY II COLINIST RATES I itTO Ifii California Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tuna Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta 11- 1lii Saskatchen and a few points in Texas For tickets on sale IISept 15 to BY Oct TH- ESOUTHERN 15 1909 I RAILWAYInq- uirefij of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete IIinformation 11 I J C BEAM Jr A G P A II ST LOUIS MO B1J 1 October Magazines i Ladies Home Journal Delineator Argosy Munsey tMcClureI Century t+ i ft Telephone your order at once for Ladies Home Journal if you ft- M want one JK IL JOHN D BABBAGE JI Come and Go With Us ON A GRA D FREE Mediterranean Tour h n We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Medeira Gibraltar Mor occo Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted t Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information y w- Ii v = Ii THE TOBACCO POOL 1I AN IMMENSE ONEr Green River Association Pools 18500I Acres A S of E Claiming as Muchand Home Warehouse I Company Beats Last Year BIG VICTORY FOR EQUITY That a big percentage of the tobacco raised in tile Green river district this year is in the pool is evidenced by the fact that the Green River District To bacco association alone has pooled 18 i 58s acres in three counties The American Society of Equity claims just about as mch the Home warehouse company has pooled much more than last year President Berry of the Green River L association has been busy since the pool closed figuring up the total acreage pooled His figures show that his organization has pooled 4335 acres in Ohio county compared to 2000 last year 4150 acres in McLean county compared to 3700 last year and 10100 in Daviess county compared to 9600 last year In Hancock county almost the entire crop is pooled the Green River association claiming 60 per cent and giving the A S of E 40 per cent Breckenridge county has pooled prac tically all of Its crop The big increase in Ohio county was made around Fords i rfc yule and Narrows where there was much unpooled tobacco last yearIte President Berry states that the cropI this year is just about the same size asI last year It is the hope of Mr Berry j that the throe organizations wilt notI only sell together but will also receive and handly the crop together- J W Dunn the Equity leader states I that between 80 and 85 per cent of the w crop in the entire district is pooled He i believes that the American Society of of Equity has pooled half the crop in t t Hancock McLean Ohio and Daviess I i ombinedPresident Emison Shaw of the Home I Warehouse company does not yet know what the Home Warehouse pool amounts to However he knows that it is far beyond last years pool which mounted to 1600 acres of Pryor and about 175 acres of Burley The Home tL HARDINSBURG Mrs John Shaw spent last week in LouisvilleMiss 1 Franklin spent several days in Louisville lat week Judge and Mrs Milton Board have l gone to Louisville to spend the winter with Dr Milton Board i Messrs Guy and Gross Williams of Chicago were visiting relatives here the past week j H J Roberts has moved in the old iittnle property now owned by Dr McMullen Quarterly meeting will be held at the M E Church South Saturday and I Sunday by Presiding Elder A P Lyon Mr aud Mrs Gus Shelman have Tiiovd In Judge Boards property for l the time being till they can mature ai 1 ringements to buy property or build Mrs Enoch Norton and children left i Thursday for California after a five months visit to her parents Mr and Mr Marcus Kincheloe The first chestnuts put on the local I market this year were brought in from I West View bv Marshal Cundiff Mr Cundiff brings several scores of gallons of chestnuts to this market each year for which he receives tip top prices on account of their excellence M D Beard was in Louisville last weekMrs Daily Beard and little daughter Mary Daily have returned from a visit to relatives in Evansnille J z I President H J Assistant Cashier J Warehouse company confines itself al most entirely to Daviess county Big Victory Whltesville Oct 2To the Growers Now the battln has ended and thet smoke cleared away so we can see thet results of our fight for the tobacco growers we feel like shouting victory Surely the good Lord has been with usi in our efforts for justice and fair prices The pooling pledges are now closed and will not be circulated any more this year Some want to know what you will do with the than on the outside I say leave him to his conscience the buyer and his God We know he can not do any better on the outside He is at the mercyot the buyer He must sell to them or keep it If they show him mercy and give him a fair price let us not abuse him We are getting all we ask What more do we want This year hundreds have signed that never did before Next year all will sign I wish to compliment the Green River association and Home Warehouse for good work done in pooling and in co operation with the A S of E Itseems even with three associations in the field we can keep pace if we try With nil three standing like a rock walland the tobacco in the pool success is cer tain Now a few words for Equity We have pooled ten times more tobacco in Daviess county than we pooled last year So we feel that the A S of E is here to stay With the victory gained in the Burley district we feel safe in that district With over half of the pooled tobacco in Kentucky and Tenn esseee in the Equity society and all in Indiana Ohio and Wisconsin in the A S of E it seems only a matter of time until all will be in Equity Then let us take heart go to work as 1e er tefore and boom the cause that has saved the tobacco grower wheat growers wool growers and all farmers everywhere Jim Watlington has goue to Irvlngton where he in assistant operator Mr and Mrs Morris II Beard left today to be the guest of Mr and Mrs John J McHenry of Louisville and attend the Horse Show Mr and Mrs Fountain Stum and children of Murray Ky who have been visiting in the west arrived here Saturday night to visit Mrs Margaret MayDr Iud Mrs Arthur Mather are visiting friends in St Louis and am attend ing the Centennial Celebration Mrs Robert Pierce of Clover ort has been the guest of Miss Tula Daniel who has been quite sick for a few days Miss Nancy Kincheloe chaperoned Principal Piles class to Clover Creek Saturday on a Wild Grape Chase Some forty or fifty teachers were here Saturday to get their salaries and to at tend the association in the afternoon Miss Anna Jones returned to her home in Louisville Wednesday The remains of Ielix Beavin a for mer resident of this county arrived here front Colorado Saturday having been killed in a thceshlug machine accidentMiss Mary Peyton arrived Sunday night from Louisville Godfrey Haswell attended the funeral of his uncle Gross Williams of Hart ford Wednesday Children Cry FOR Un L N FINE YEAR Operating Have Been Reduced Old Directors Are ReelectedL W Bolts Succeeds the Late Attilla Cox NET INCOME 772138832 i From The Evening Iosl The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Louisville Nashvlili railroad was held at the offices here and the annual report of the direct ors on the operations for the fisca year ended June 30 1009 was re celved All of the old directors were re elected and L W Botts treasurer of the Henderson Route and president of the Colunlbia Trust Company was chosen to succeed the late Attilla Cox on tne directorate The board of directors is now made up of the following August Belmont John I Waterbury Warren Delano D P Kingsley Edward W Sheldon and W G Oakman New York H Walter and Michael Jenkins Baltimore L W Botts and Milton H Smith Louis vine G M Lane Boston W G Raoul Atlanta and Alexander Hamilton Petersburg Va The directors will meet within ten days to elect officers for the ensuing year but no call has been issued for the meeting as yet The representation of stock exceeded that of any previous meeting of stockholders 444588 shares being represented out of a total of 000000 The annual report set forth the mileage This was as follows Lines owned and operated 4398 Lines operated under separate organi zations 233 Lines owned by L N but operated by other comuunles 2B95 Total mileage 7OOJ General Results Tho general results are here summarized Operating expenses 29627400 49 911 Net operating revenues J157 8331 Taxes 1437991 03 114360400 34 Other income J13195BS 78 Total Income 1567946 12 Deductions from Income 754817700 8133791 63 South North Alabama R It surplus Included In above 411403 20 Net Income carried to profit and Joss u 32 The balance to credit of profit and loss account amounts to 2343152708 The report says The net Income amounted to 772138832 an increase of 480003100 over the previous year due to increase in operating revenues and reduction in operating expenses All salaries of 83000 and over per annum which were reduced in 1908 were restored to amounts previously in Atlantic Railroad In June 1909 the company bought the entire capital stock and all the bonds of the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Company The line of road extends from Versailles Ky through Nicholasville Richmond Irvine and Beattyville to Beattyville Junction a distance of 1011 miles Also a branch line about three miles long south of the Kentucky river to Ida may Ky together with a bridge over the river at Heidelberg the branch line and the bridge being formerly the property of the Kentucky Coal Company Control of the property was taken by this com pany on July 1 1009 but the road will be operated for the present under the of the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Company On January 28 190U this company pursuant to the provisions of trust deed called for redemption and pay ment on April 1 i009 the whole series of Louisville Nashville Rail road Company fivetwenty 4 per cent collateral trust bonds outstanding viz 23000000 The securities deposited as collat eral for these bonds were sold at an average price of ninetynine and ac crued interest netting this company 29505360 which provided for the n4 lJl r 1M BEARDCashier CashierJ FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Capital Surplus anJ divided Profits 1100000 MAKES SHOWING THIS Expenses revenues415425559145- Lessoperating couDt112138S effectLouisville Development organization Morris Eskridge G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloc C V Robertson B F Beard Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as 1 I the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay t bJI W 4J redemption of the fivetwenty collateral trust bonds and the payment of thel0500000 threeyear percent gold notes due March 1 1010 As of June 30 i009 21917000 of the collateral trust bonds have been redeemed and 1100000 of the three year notes purchased and canceled With deep regret the board reports the death of Mr Attllla Cox a direc tor of the company since October 2 1895 The board acknowledges the fidelity and efficiency with which the officers and employes of the company have served its interestsH rs Chairman- M H Smith President For the Board of Directo- rsSTEPHENSPORT If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Rev F R Roberts left Monday for West View for a few days on business Rev J R Winchel Is holding a pro tracted meeting at Corinth Mrs Winchel and niece from Chicago are visiting at Tobinsport Mrs L D Fox and son spent a few days at Hardlnsburg last week Born to the wife of Harvey English Jr a fine boy Sunday morning Born to the wife of Lewis Stewart a fine boy Sunday night Jess Walls and S H Dir were in Hardiusburg Monday Several from hero attended the funeral of Mrs Sue Younger at Clover port Sunday Mrs ML Roberts went to Hardins burg Monday News has just been received of the death of Miss Eula Hensley in China where she had gone as Missionary It is quite a shock to ever one as she was loved by all who knew her Our sym pathv goes out to her mother and sis ters I will take produce in exchange for millinery Mrs Payne My line of millinery is the largest and best I have ever gotten Mrs Payne My prices for fall and winter hats are more reasonable than you can get any place elseMrs Payne IA specific for painDr Thomas Eclectrlc Oil strongest cheapest lini ment ever devised A household remedy in America for 25 year- sIRVINGTON Miss Laura Hale will have her fall nllllnery opening at the Lyons Dry Goods Cos store Thursday and Friday The stock of goods Is one of the most complete and It is expected that the business will follow one of the greatest times enjoyed by this tort Sim Payne has purchased the hotel property on Railroad street from Clarence Penick This property was just vacated by Frank Peyton and the price paid was 5r500 If you want the best flour buy the ewispott best patent Miss Tula Lockard is critically ill J at the home of her parents with typhoid fever Charlie Hawes will move his family to Weldon some time this week vhereI he has a position as railroad agent Mrs Lydia a Jolly left Monday for Hardinsburg to be the guest of Mrs Crete Hensely The election of city officers will ake place in a very short time A nayor six councilmen and a police udge are to be elected Regardless of the short time intervening between the present time and the elec tlon not a single candidate has pub icly been announced It is about ime to start the ball rolling if we tre to have any candidates in the fieldMr and Mrs Lee Lockard returned Sunday from Carlisle Ind where they visited Mr and Mrs Con Bland for two weeks H J Krebs spent two days of last week in Louisville buying goods for his bakery Mrs J O Chapin and children leave the last of this week for an in lefinlte visit to relatives In Owens joro Alex Dent after a six weeks visit to Mr and Mrs D C Heron left for Louisville Wednesday Rev B F Wilson and family leave this week for Leitchfleld their new field of labor The good wishes of the community follow him to his new home He has labored among this people for three years and It Is with regret that we say goodby to him The Busy Bee Society of the Methodist church held a very Interesting neeting Sunday afternoon There vere a number of visitors present Mr and Mrs H H Kemper spent everal days in Louisville last week attending the Bankers Convention and while there were guests at the ieelbach Miss L B McGlothlan came Thursday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs G Aa One of Wisconsins Moth I I i l R 1 l t tile bolt of Icrnna IF tiny ono really wanted to find out good for tn Som baby who would ho natnrally ask Somo motive ono is prejudiced ngalnst Some who Is opposing Pcrnna for the sake of the who really wanted sk an Would any satin person of these people Of course not Who would they ask They would ask babies an used Pcrnna their babies times without tho parent who families know more about profession tho world Above givo tho portrait and testimonial Porana who raised healthy and ntoro nv ihers In every state In tho Union These dosiro lawithout ortiroly unsolicited pay point out to other mothers a useful and reliable T McGlothlan for a stay of r weekMr and Mrs Julius Sipple were the guests of Miss Lillian Sipple at Clo verport Sunday Miss Mary Cornwall who has been visiting relatives in Louisville came home Tuesday Mrs F H McGehee has returned from Brandenburg where she visited Mr and Mrs Tom Ditto The young folks of the town were given a hay on Friday evening by Mr Poindexter Galloway They went to a lemon squeeze at Mr and Mrs J V St Clairs near Web sterMr and Mrs J M Herndon have returned from a short visit to Mr Mrs Ashcraft In Brandenburg- Rev L K May of Jeffersontown will come this week to take charge of the Methodist church at this place He comes from his former field of la bor highly recommended and warmly belovedApple Slice social will given Friday for the Irvlngton School LI brary from 3 to 4 p m for the chil dren and for grown folks from 8 tc 10pm Everybody come and bring appleMrs Henry left last week for her home in Kansas after spending ten days with her parents Mr and Mrs D W Henry Mrs Charlie Pennington came down from Louisville last Thursday to be the guest of Mrs L E Henden sonMrs G T Marshall will leave this week for a months trip to Sherman Texas to visit relatives Mrs G L Brady left Saturday for Horse Branch where she will visit relativesSee for shoes Alexander has a fine stock of men and womens shoes All tho beet brands and lowest prices If want bargains in shoes Alexan der has them- Alexanders 125 shoe for women is the best shoe ever made for price See this shoe before you buy It is made of solid leather it fits and wears wellA meeting of the Breckenridge County Farmers Institute will take place here on the 25th and 20th oi October under the auspices of the State Department of Agriculture Much routine business will have to- pe attended to and a delegate to the next State Farmers Institute to be held at Frankfort will be elected The social session promises to be a most enjoyable affair Several ad dresses will be made by prominent men at the institute Who Always Kee Peruna iin th Houses I am now able to do my hogwork again and have a good ap I liavo used thirteen Peruna and ono of Manali My husband and children area In good health Wo always k In tho house I thai you n thousand tines for yo 1advioMrs Alvina Plainan 1011 Walnut St Mllwauke WisconsinRAYMOND i who Pcruna for lovo their and writers In leas usewo and has happy suc i c expectation N delightful ride and be you the If you want the best flour buth Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Tom Beard of Kirk spent a few days last week with Mrs I Alex Hendryii Mrs Emma Rhodes of Irvington visited here last week She and Mrs Leon Cashraan also visited M J Rant Rhodelia Henry Cashman went to Cloverpor last Thursday to set a monument Archilous Morris and family spen from Friday to Sunday with his parent atGarfieldMrs Frymire visited Mrs Cor Beard at Mrs Alex Hendrys last Fri dayMaking I moluses seems to be the chie occupation in this neighborhood at pre sentWinfield Hendry will move his fpmil to Carmi IlJthis week to make t he future home While they will be misted and we hate to see them leave us we wish them much success Henry Cashman and family visite Eugene Beauchamp at Clifton Mill Saturday I haw been somewhat costive bi Doans Regulates gave just the result desired They act mildly and regulat the bowels perfectly George I Krause 806 Walnut Ave Altoona Pa 8tt Two Doctors lIerelDr Clevenger and Dr Piqune Garrett Ind were here Monday pi business They are expecting to bu land in this county Kryptok Invisible Bifocals 1 Take the place of Two Pair of Glasses and are made in ONE piece NO CEMENT Inquire about them when you come to Louisville I SOUTHERN OPTICAL COi Incorporated 4th and Chestnut Street Olt LOUISVILLE r KENTUCKY