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A I l loJ tf THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSf H ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 8 Pates NO 18 i m Is ols7vGIs G iSn S7ls tdbls ts d ts1 7L ts4 ts4als4 DONT WORRY ABOUT CHRISTMAS PRESENTSI SEND YOUR FRIENDS EACH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS QHave you a friend mother father daughter or son brother or sister nephew or neice away from home If so remember them Christmas with their Home Paper To see how much folks enjoy the News read what they say about it every week CSend us the dollar and we will mail you a receipt with a Christmas H subscription card for you to send the one for whom you ordered the News Send your orders in early L andrelieve your mind about the selection of your Christmas gifts JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING COMPANY CLOVERPORT KY Jr t t g r t r g crltegc t grire m TAKES FIRM STAND FOR 10 10 AND 4 Tome Warehouse Refuses to Aecept Price to Which Green River Board Agreed Equity Society Stands With Home Warehouse VERY VALUABLE NEWS TO THE FARMERS At an interesting session of the Home Warehouse Tobacco Growers associa ion held at the courthouse Saturday iat iftdy declined to enter into a sale f the IgOU crop with the Green River p Jlstrict Tobacco Growers association at ie same price received last year 9 9I and 3 The Home Warehouse powers will stand out for 10 10 and f or 3 and Equity men present stated e iat the American Society of Equity ill stand with them An effort will also made too keep the Green River as delation up to the 10 price The meeting was set for 10 am but icre was some misunderstanding road and part of the crowd did not either Those who did meet in the orning were entertained with an ad ess by F L Goode of McLean unty Mr Goode stated that there Is ore nondescript tobacco in Daviess d McLean counties this year than er before and this must be remem a red in the crop However ho edsought that there was nothing to event the growers getting whatever ley ask for the tobacco if they will- tlyI stand together Mr Goode usked the growers to re- ect the wLlies of the buyers as to theme of delivery and not to rush tobac in on them when they are not In 11 ape to handle It and are asking for tie He stated that a friendly feeling itween the grower and the buyer is duclve to better prices and better ditg Li Report Submitted Ylhen the formal session was called tot der immediately after the noon hour a report from President Wilhlte and Price Baird the committee appointed to meet with the committees of the Green River association and A S of E was read The committee recommended a price of 10 for leaf 10 for lugs 4 for No1 and No2 trash and 3 for the worst trash J F Barr thought that this report ought to be ratified and theprIcewas thus fixed J B May warned the growers that they were about to get left out as the Green Riv r association controlling 40000 acres was going to sell at 9 9 and 3 and the Home Warehouse peo ple had better put their 4000 acres in too Emison Shaw stated that it was the agreement already that no tobacco should be sold until nil was sold and called upon Hiram Marksberry of the Green River board of control to verify his statement Admits 9 Price thetrueboard of control had adopted a price of 9 9 and 3 He said that he under stood that the Home Warehouse com pany had been trying to make a sale on its own responsibility Mr Shaw in terrupted with an assertion that this report was not true Mr Marksberry continued with the statement that It was his opinion that by waiting the prices of 10 10 and 4 could be ob tained but he thought that the waiting would cost more than it would be worthMr Snaw then stated to the Homo Warehouse growers that it was up to them to act He said that the Green River association controlled 10 times the tobacco the Home warehouse without them Mr Shaw said it was too early for the independent buyers to know whether they wanted any to bacco or not as they have to await orders and while a better price might be obtained later it also might not be obtained Back To Old Way Mr Gooch stated that the arrange ments did not please him Ho said that it had been his understandin that the farmer was to set the price on his product hereafter but the farmers were apparently going back on the old way of letting the buyers fix the price and just taking what they are willing to give He said that If the Green River association controls half the to bacco it claims the organizations could all hold out and get anything they asked for He pointed out the fact that the present crop cost 33 per cent more in raising is of an inferior quality as to grade and will realize little enough at 10 10 and 4 He asserted that the American Tobacco company ann one otner company cleared 33000000 on the 1903 crop and hd thought that th farmer was entitled to a little profittoo Equity Prefers 12 A request was made that any A S of E man present state the position of the American Society of Equity F K Moseley a member of the A S of E finance committee stated that the A S of E in Ohio and McLean counties had fixed a top price of 12 on the 1909 crop He assured the Home warehouse growers amid great applause that even if the Green River association pulls out and sells at9i 0 and 3 the Society of Equity will stand with the Home Warehouse people for 10 10 and 4 or even better He stated that fair prices should be demanded but last years prices are not fair prices because everything the farmer must purchase Is higher and therefore the same money goes a shorter distance He asserted that the associations have the best chance they have ever had to demand a fair price and If they fail to get It the fault will lie with some members of the controlling committees He said lhat he would defy any of the organizations to fix a price of 9 1U and 4 and then get the mass of poolers to ratify it after allowing him five minutes for a talk Mr Marksberry corrected Mr Mosele with the assertion that it was the Green River board of control instead of the Continued on page 8 Officiali l Returns of Election in Breckenridge County Nov 2 1909 Rl w g q 999 = e g a ti = a n Q y- m f fooO 1I8tsll lllddOn nHa m g i Fa g g g 1mcr cr cr cr ts I CANDIDATES AND OFFICES f f x Z xmI I IIl m i iIl I IQIII IiI i aoZ Z Z P PIIi I i IIj1I I i i iii P P P i i i i 1 I I r i r fI w r ii I l l I liI lI I I IIit E Commissioner Laurance B Finn 197 03 84 145 Mo 03 147 60 107 105 125 118 104 00 45 181 116 73 159 151 127 2404 i M John P Ilaswoll 135 163 183 116 09 83 151 fc8 124 bS 134 lit 109 116 sd 169 139 06 129 107 159 472 Circuit Judge Weed 8 Chelt 108 00 83 143 78 st 151 67 100 107 131 ISO 101 85 45 Is3 117 73 160 149 128 2405 Jab Montgomery 54 6 263 11 6 2 12 2 1 1 59 OoBinio weIlo1th Attorney J R Layman 109 91 83 143 79 PI 151 b7 109 107 131 119 J03 OI 41 181 116 73 159 149 1282411 irate Senator Gus Drown 199 09 84 143 Tl 02 157 58 101 100 117 116 102 DO 46 181 116 73 158 147 lrJ 2391 John i8 Adalr 134 1G6 185 lib 70 84 147 98 103 42 151 110 114 116 39 188 140 97 128 100 1572477 Representative Dr J Bart 100 95 82 143 78 01 140 57 107 107 127 115 102 DO 45 170 123 73 167 153 1272403 It IJr s g Parks 137 169 187 116 99 83 156 00 123 35 132 110 100 118 38 169 133 97 110 101 158 2455 County Judge Matthias Miller 200 11 84 US 73 87 148 59 109 106 J21 118 102 DO 46 182 116 75 lU3 151 J26240J L L Waggoner 133 168 J85 116 74 8t 1M 96 122 37 IU 211 109 119 41 169 141 07 126 J07 1l92486 I County Attorney V G BabbaRq lU3 II 81 143 71 III 153 58 lOT 106 125 119 If5 93 45 Is0 115 3 161 US 1272399 11oso R Eslcrldgo IS 136 189 119 68 83 149 98 J23 35 131 liS 105 115 39 199 138 17 127 105 1582440 Circuit Olerk Loo Walls 00 08 82 142 77 61 US 5s 106 80 123 liu 104 00 46 181 117 72 161 152 127 2380 t J O UroUle 19 35 44 39 81 31 13 64 B 3 31 8901 21 10 500 County Clerk Vie Robertson 193 08 78 141 7 83 153 57 103 110 121 120 100 D3 48 182 110 74 lag 168 137 2420 HM Beard 143 170 101 118 72 01 151 99 128 80 135 112 107 110 39 109 143 05 1211 91 149 2181 c Bhrlflf H G Vessels 189 10 81 HI 79 8S HI 65 128 120 130 116 113 D2 45 lO 12t1 73 158 153 1232110 ft ItDollnlu Sheeran f 115172188118 68 85 155 U3 13 28 IS1 114109114 88169135 97 127 lOt 158 2470 Jailer AVm Gilbert JUT U5 81 143 78 89 149 58 119 105 124 119 105 01 45 160 115 72 15 140 1201251 r Wm J Uall 136 1116 1M 116 611 83 155 t7 112 3N 183 114 100 115 39 167 139 98 12f 117 1COI2470 pttlcpuols If1 Andrew V Drlskoll 13 170 104 fin 70 82 166 fIT UfJ 108 183 136 1181 I 110 101 117 4S 58 185 167 118 140 90 118 110 1592 91 JMrtaor P 11 Olaycomb 197 93 82 143 71 fJ2 146 68 107 107 129 mr lOT in 41 179 111 72 169 148 112410 i Goo Royalty 132 167 185 116 70 82 157 08 121 35 IS 15 106 115 39 168 145 9iI 12tJ 104 157214- 8iprreyor H 0 Jolly 115 m 83 143 78 90 146 57 109 100I 125 117 II 11 45 181 115 72 155 14b 127 2382 It 157473Itn Colpnsworth 181 116 0 ent Yes 11 14 2 7 15 14 27 13 4 7 8 8 15 1 1 6 6 2t1 192 y Now a s r D 29 2 47 43 IS 5 25 17 60 67 2 40 1 48 43- 0is lrec 4i I oiL 1 n v o- fo 0- r 4 n BIG FIR- Es Garfield Walter Hensley Train Master of Henderson Route Save the Town From Destruction Thursday night about 10 oclock liverygand besides ing the barn burned dwelling The whole town was threatened Water gave out and the people were panic strickenIt to one of the citizens that they could get water from Irv ington on the night freight and they telephoned to that place to send as much water as possible to their res cue Walter R Hensley train mas ter of the Henderson Route got word that Garfield was burning and he directed that the engine at Irvlngton go Immediately to Garfield with water gatheredeat the scene of the fire and worked hard and got It under control Grays loss was 2500 Insurance 1400 A A Richardson also lost a shed containing two carloads of fertilizer A New Campaign Rev Dr Mather who has been campaigning the county for the past few months in the interest of educa tion has consented to give us his best lecture at the City Hall here In the near future Those who are familiar with the ad dresses Dr Mather has been delivering know this means much not only to our town but to the county as a wholeI Every citizen of the county is urged to be present The lecture will be such as fit for any metropolitan academic assembly yet in popular form See next weeks issue for announce ment of subject and date then come to the best educational address ever delivered in our county Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at powderys Elys Cream Balm releases the secre tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereasmediciues mhde with mercury merely dry up the secre tions and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Mrs Lane Dead Mrs Lane wife of the late Wash Lane died at her home In the West End Sunday morning at 5 oclock Mrs Lane had been ill for some time and the last few weeks before her death had been stricken with blindness She was a kind mother and neighbor and a member of the Methodist church She is survived by three sons George Jim and Allieand one daughter Mary The funeral was held Monday after noon The services were conducted by the Rev Dillon Cloverport Best Picking Of All C Brabandt the photographer has returned to this city after traveling several hundred miles over the state looking for a new place for business He said Cloverport for him Irvington next The latter place he will make oncea week t QitJ rA- 4 Absolutely PureeRoyal cakingPowder IImproves the flavor andadds to thot1 L kintLi healthfulness- oflie food ROYAL BAKING LI POWDER Absolutely Pure V HUNTING SEASON GreatRainFall Yesterday Makes Sport Ideallarge Parties Getting Ready Bob Whites will be playing hiding seek at a merry gate this week for the hunters are getting busy for a great onslaughtYesterdays rains make the season fine as the fields were extremely dry There is some controversy about the I quail crop Some of the farmers say ii- is it poor on account of the heavy rains last spring others say it could not be betterSam Conrad said the other day that quail is scarce and most of the birdsi are in the hills Will Pate says there are large conveys at every turn as thet season was so dry last year that the farmers allowed little hunting and more birds than usual were left to multiply- J H Gardner of Hardinsburg took his gun to Louisville Monday to have iIt repaired for hunting When Epley Slipped J C Epley the real live Bear man has been going to churc and Sunday School ever since he came here as manager of the Cumberland Telephone Company exchange and taking him day In and day out he is as good and jolly as the general run of men ever get to be In speaking of a late experience at church Mr Epley said the other lay Well I have climbed fences trees and tele phone posts but I never slipped until the other night I went to the Teague and the new preacher asked me to pray Gee I was scared I had been told that if you open your mouth the words would be put there I did open it wide but no words came I couldnt say a thing and I just commenced slipping and slipped oft the bench Then the preacher called on some body else Mr Epley says he is going to have his son Frederick to learn to pray out loud in public and his son James Gilmour to learn to play baseball Beautiful Party Mrs Roy Heyser and Mrs David Brainard Phelps were the complimen tary guests at a most enjoyable party at the home of Miss Lula Severs Tuesday afternoon r SEVENTYSIXTH Birthday Beautifully Celebrated Was That Of Mrs Amelia Atkinson At Her Daugh ters Home Sunday Mrs Amelia Atkinson whose home is near Hardinsburg was the guest of honor at a beautiful dinner given at the home of her daughter Mrs JDSeaton Sunday This was the seventysixth an niversary of the birthday of Mrs At kinson and the occasion was one of the happiest of her long life Besides doing many thoughtful things during the day for trio pleasure of her mother Mrs Seaton served an elabor ate dinner The table was decorated and In the center was a large cake with 70 attractively showing on It Plates were laid for the following Mr and Mrs Smith Mrs Cornelia Miller and Mrs N Dejarnette of Hardinsburg Mrs Mollle Dejarnet of Jolly Station Mrs Gid Miller Mrs Jeff Miller Mrs Lucetta Hendricks and Mrs Barney Squires IIIhMrs Eliza Taylor is sick abed at her home at Custer Mrs Rowland left yesterday morning to see her Mrs Tay lors friends and relatives here sincere ly trust she will be well very soon One On Him It is being circulated in the higher courts of Cloverport that Nolta did not have to take his screens down last week because Allen Kingsbury started out the door on the wrong side and his feet were so big that the screen came swiftly down Yes that Terrible Allen his big feet did the work Printed by request New Time Card A new time card will be out next Sun day changing time on the Hartford line The morning train leaving Irv ington will run into Fordsvillo and id I is thought the mail service will be put back on this train This Is certainly the right thing to do and tho people along the line and at Fbrdsvlllo will appreciate it f v 10 Ii z7 t n h J i II w KILL THE COUCH f AND CURE THE LUNGS r WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR C8SE18 rfSkAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED I DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 511 in Cloverport Ky Sr THE SANATORIUM The handsomest and most beautiI t ful sanatorium in Louisville is that ofI 1 Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street The Sanatorium Is equipped with all the modern conveniences and Is now opened for patientsjj Dr hush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recommended I by all of Louisvilles doctors Anyone contemplating an osteopathic treatment should either write or callI to see Mrs Bushii + SsiaaRaalsal9iek5tre7aaaleaRakaRaa FOR SALE j c I c A J AferentA j I- tc cGBank of j x i Trust Co QKKttKktRstrt Gt R Kva Karrvrrrrr- o STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCanoeltonlInd rJ INSURANCECapt District Matuger Columbia Life lasur rnce Co writes all kind o life insurance policies Accident and Sick IBenefits anti Spechl Mortgage Protection Plan Pol icy See him at once H DeH nOORMAN i Attorney at Law- ttAIDINSBURO KY I Will pmiHIro his profession i all of tilt Courts of llroeUenrl l lotI and adjoining coun t er gtieclit attention elvtm to colfctlons road cases Slid crIminal practice License to practice InUni ed States DNtn a L arts Office over thank ot Hardlnsburg 1 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c t Anyone Mnl1lnlt a sketch and deserlptlon metQuickly Rscorlam our opinion free whether an Invention tlonsMrlctlrroiiHciontlal Is probably pattntnlilo HANDBOOK Comnnlnt1oI eecursngpatenta1ateuteiptcial notice without charlie in the i Scientific Jtsiieslemi A handsomelr Illustrated weekly Inrecst cir dilution of our ecionUHo Journal Terms f3 a nowadenlcraffiUNNCo36IBfoad8o Branch Offlco 625 F SU Washington D CoII I BuyI a FURSHides Woos t Feather Tallow Beetwax GiruengiGolden SealYdlow Root 7 Wild Ginger etc We are dealer eitabK4ed in 1856Over LaIla cLouinillcaagents or eotndton merchant Reference any flank in Louuvffle Write for wecUy price iiI and hipping taws t IH Sabol Sons 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY I The Architecture of Madeira We saw no suggestion of modern architecture or European Innovation uo blot auywhcyy except n single mo torcar Without knowing anything on the subject 1 should say that the architecture of Madeira Is a mixture l of Spanish mid Moorish like that of Mexico only It Is better than anything I in Mexico Kroui the ship the ctticcd tile routed liv IIs lauUus and II ns wo alraiu away iimi uinlit collies flown and lights break out MIId become n Jeweled nectiluoo alI the waters edge our one regret IH that we are 1 leaving it all bebludAtbm Blgulow f Paine In Outing Majraslne r h J r Checks in Exchange For Subscription We will reoeiuo merchandise oheohs in exchange for subsorip tions to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many persons who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not the money to pay for subscriptions etc JNO D BABBAGE A BIT OF SLANG Origin ot Making a Noise nike Thl or That Captain Henry 0 Lyon U S A was the Innocent cause of the slmiR expression about making a nose like this or that At Pcekskill In 100 he gave instruction to ofllcers of the New York national guard doing duty in that tour of camp The first day he formed the oUlccrs Into a class In the big mess hall which was open at the sides so that nil that went ou Inside was seen nud heard by the enlisted men passing hack nnd forth In teaching the officers how to give the commands Cap tain Lyon impressed upon the class the necessity of clear enunciation and of making commands like an ollicer saying arms not uraps etc The privates capacity for turning things to their own amusement was shown a few minutes after that first class was dismissed for officers going through their company streets heard privates in front of a group of men shouting out Make n noise like an officer whereupon the entire class would roar Urnps A reporter sent an account to a New York paper and from this grew expressions such as Make a noise like a hoop and roll away etc- Ilowevcr it is seldom one hears the word arms or march the voice finding it much easier to slur the word till It may mean anything and as the preparatory command indicates what is to be done the command following Is merely a signal for the execution of what has already been specified Army and Navy Journal CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgaaturo of Best Man In the Service When Commissioner Leupp of the Indian bureau searched the recqrds of his department for the best man In his service to send to the Mission res ervations In California he picked Miss Clara True Ills reason for desiring the most cnpiibltt man in his service was because of the desperate condi tion into which the Mission Indians had fallen through tht operations of a strong whisky ring which had estab lished a strong hold on the Indians and which nevvr ijad been successfully coped with Miss True has already won marked success In the same glue of work at the Morongo reservation In California Hern the liquor evil had become a scourge and the Indians were notorious throughout the state for their lawlessness What that Htrc woman endured In her struggleI to evict the whisky ring that hind operated at such prollt for rears her eastern sisters can scarcely realize She wing first offered bribes then Intimidation of every sort from the circulation of unpleasant stories about her to anonymous letters threatening death and finally she was shot at from ambush And In addition to nil this trouble with the whisky men she was forced to light land thieves and cattlemen who had been In tho habit of using Indian lund as though It was their own Hut In time end she was tho victor and the Mission reser vation Is rapidly becoming one of the models of the Indian ofilce Miss True weighs only 110 pounds but she Is ns lltho as years of riding In the saddle rrn make her She Is approaching her fortieth birthday u Cincinnati Needs Workers A meeting of 200 business men of Cincinnati was held Tuesday when it was agreed to send agents to Eastern cities to gather in skilled workmen t being said that 2000 such men are now wanted in the factories of Cin Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cipple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberjy Kelliher Minn without Buckleus Arnica alve which cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scales OH Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Severs DrugStore EasiestWay Dlckson Dobbins formerly opposed my views but now he agrees with me In everything Wlckson Ilow do you account for it Dlckson Dont know Im not sure whether I convince him or only make him tired The first and worst of all frauds is to cheat onese- lfSubscribe Right Now w 4 j atr V Decorated Book Covers A linen or crash book cover may be made to harmonize with the surround ings of any room Measure your book carefully allowing a sixteenth of an Inch for slipping on and n quarter of an Inch fot turning In As shown In Ll c D u OP OIUYJSH WHITE OUASJI the diagram allow four Inches for the Inside fold The other dimensions rep resent the size of an ordinary book and arc given merely for basic measurements Grayish white crash with a stenciled border in dull blue green nnd brown Is the design used In the over illustrated Janets Way of Growing Young As a matter of fact Janet was born exactly two years before her brother Fred therefore in the natural course of things when he was ten she was twelve and gloried In it When Fred was known to be fourteen sl still con fessed to sixteen When Froil boasted eighteen years she timidly acknowl edged herself Just over nineteen When Fred came home from college and had a party in honor of his twentyfirst birthday Janet said to her friends What a boyish fellow Fred is Who would think he Is only a year younger than 1 When Fred declared himself twentyfive and old enough to get mar tied Janet said to a gentleman friend Do you know I feel very Jealous of Fred getting married But then 1 suppose twins always are more at Cached to one another And two years later at Freds wedding she said with a girlish simper to the guests Dear old Fred To see him married today bud to think when be was only five years old they brought him to see me his baby sister I wonder if he thinks of it now A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Ne o Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck leus Arnica Salve wholly cured hmi Infailable for Burns Scald Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures FeverSores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chap pod Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store Letter Perfect and Looked the Part An amateur theatrical company was recently arranging for the performance of n play which contained n rich va riety of characters says London Sketch Owing to this fact little progress was made with the cast a few members of the company making a dead set nt principal positions while minor characters were going abegging One rather vacuous looking youth made himself particularly obstructive and brought down the wrath of a brother artist IIn my opinion exclaimed time lot ter young Jones must in the inter ests of economy tnko the part of Sim kins the Fool Why economy demanded Mr Jones indignantly Well you see my dear fellow was the quiet reply you wont need any touching up My child was burned terribly about the Wee neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ceased and the child sank into a restful sleep Mrs Nancy M1 Hanson Hamburg N Y Stone Cake In very unusual seasons the people of Rajputan In India are deprived of seeds and succulent roots of grasses Under these very adverse conditions the barks of trees nnd even ground up rocks are resorted to principally to give bulk to the scanty meal nnd there by to stay the pangs of hunger for a longer time A soft stono found on the BikanlrMnrwar border of Jaipua Is largely used in that part of the coun try to give bulk to the meager meal This stone Is friable and easily ground into fine powder It contains an oleaginous substance which has some nutri ent qualities and the people have found that when finely ground and used in proportions of about onefourth to threefourths of flour it does not Im pair digestion for n considerable time Domestic Repartee Mrs FJdgett Are the stars shining John Mr FIdgctt Did you ever know the stars to do anything elsa than shine Later Mr FJdgett Is the rain still coming down Bessie Mrs Fldgett Did you over know It to do anything else than come down John Mr FJdgett Yes 1 have known it to hold up U 000fI i iit fJJLtPIJiN For d Sprains bI Sloans Liniment is the best I remedy for sprains and bruises- It quiets the pain at once and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and con gestion and reduces the swelling Heres the Proof Mr L ROLAND Bishop of Scran ton Pa saysOn the 7th of this present month as I was leaving the building at noon for lunch I slipped and fell spraining my wrist I returned in the afternoon and at four oclock I could not hold a pencil in my hand I returned home later and purchased a bottle of SloansLiniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed and the next day I was able to go to work and use my hand as usual Sloans Liniment is an excellent anti septic and germ killer heals cuts burns wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects 26c6Qc and 100 Slnnn book on hones entile sbrep mid poultry rnt free Addrear Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA STAYATHOMES Duties of Sweet June Graduates Who Eschew Professional Life With the passing of Juno school lifo will cud for many a girl Some will elect to take up a profession or bust ness The girl who stays nt Ihome will probably glvn the matter no consideration whatever but she should N She has just as Important work awaiting her in the home as has the girl in an office Her decision will af fect her future life quite as much as though she were taking up a profes sloe It Is quite Important to the lam fly and to herself whnt kind of home girl she will be If she Is going to bo the home girl who conies down late to It breakfast her mother has prepared who lIdles through the morning dawdling In the shops or gossiping with friends who wastes the afternoons nnd evenings In mere gossip or gayeties home lifo will be a decided disadvantage to her She will deteriorate morally und mentally She will grow selfish and lazy No girl should permit herself to become this sort of home girl even though her mother may want to indulge her or the family circumstances may permit of Idleness It is not enough merely to live An animal can do that One should live to some purpose A Curtain amount of gayeties nnd pleasures are right and necessary Girlhood needs theta But rcpt all ones time should he given up to them Life demands of a healthy bright forceful girl something more worth while Pleasure should ho given Its roper place and proportion In the days af fairs like the dessert on the menu One cannot live on It altogether with out becoming flabby and unhealthy The girl who stays at home should take her share of the household tasks The tune has come to lift some of tho burdens from mothers shoulders to give moro tine mud sympathetic atten tion to tho Interests of the younger members of the family to add to fa thers pleasure In time family circle of an evening Time girl who Is home with mind free from lessons and time to study the home life In all Its details will find plenty to do to help and to make It happier And the girl who stays nt homo should do It A study of household economics might be of greatest aid In lessening the household expenses or lightening the burden of Its toll She will bo a wise girl If she takes this up She has elected to make home work her life work and she should bend nil efforts to do It as scientifically and Intelligently as pos sible She will get far more pleasure out of It also If she goes about it In the most up to date manner The girl who stays at home should take an Intelligent Interest In the affairs of the community about her Sunday schools and charitable organi zations need workers Business women ore too busy timid too tired to do touch of such work Justice to themselves demands that they rest and recuperate when their days task Is over Tho girl who stayu at homo can also help much now In many civic affairs The girl who stays nt homo should not shirk such responsibilities They will broaden her life make it more useful und happier And when sue goes to a home of her own she is bet ter fitted to manage it and to make it a haven of love and rest for her own and a power for good for the commu nity fJctec Jl 1ii Louisville H ndersonSt Louis tif TIME TABLE Corrected to August 1 1909 147 I 145 I I 143 141STATIONS 146 I 12 144 148 Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally 0 p 111455 8 40 25 i25 7 0- R 5L A M Lv Louisville ArA M PlII p M f5 03 Strawberry f12 43I IS 24 19 Og Medoraf6 52 f2 aOf7 08 fS 29 11114 Stlteg1646 fia 12f7 02I f5 32 Kathryn f12 86041 536 021 West Point 6391205 15 38 19 23 Howard f1203 fC 54 A lit 15 46 fO 30 Bartles fll 53 f6 46 + ftf 52 f9 U4 Rock Haven fll 48 f6 41 4 15 58 t0 40 Long Branch 111 401633 0 P7 9 40 Brandenburg 1132 U 25 610 f956 Ekron I123 0 16 il2J tlO 03 Guston Ill 15 0 08 10 23 narjg 10 13 Irvlngton 5 51 11 5 g Hga f5e42f65317 00 Mystic 110 41 f7 04 no 37 Sample flO 37ffs 22 7 12 10 44 Stephensport10 26 5 14 17 16 fig 483 Addison 110 31 f5 10If7 18 flO 50 Holt fl0 18 f5 08 6am 11 06 7 28 11 00 Cloverport 5 07 lO 07 4 57 815 16 12 IT 40 Skillman 10 53 f8 00 o 21 11 25 7 48 11 Iii HnwasvillA 4 48 9 At 4 36 18 I 39I6 40 80S 111 37 Lewlsport q25 f4 17 7 26 f645 f8 14 Waltman fO 19 fT 10 6 53 821 111 4U Alaceo 0 il f404 711 703 f8 31 Pates iq 02 fT 00 7 13 12 15 8 42 12 1U Owensboro 4 00 8 52 3 45 0 50 1 u 3Tf7lf8 30f2746 fO 14 Reed f8 20 f61017 53 m1 20 Benls fS 15 f616 755 9l2 Spottsvllle 8 Is f311 613 82b 1g27 Uaskett 808f30 6 08 110 lJ 42 105 Henderson 1 310 7 55 2 55 G G5 135 10 15 I u Evansvllle 245 721 2 30- PM I 7 40 7 5U ST LOUIS 0 00 8 84 P MA a- fIIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouis Ulan sleeper betweeu 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 eastof Clovorport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line 5 3 2 4 DailDaily STA TJONSDallyEx Sunday Dally Ex Sunday 6 45 pmm 11 10 a w Lv Irvington Ar 10 OOa m 5 50 p m f 052 fll 18 Basin Spring f 0 50 f 5 89 18 11 30 Oarfleld 035 5 24 ill 41 Harned f 9 24 f 5 13 717 11 43 Junction 9 20 5 10 7 20 Jl46 Hardlnsburg 9 15 5 05 7 20 11 52 Junction 0 08 5 00 52f7 59 12 25 Qlendeano 8 34 4 30 803 13 29 Dempster 8m f1 81 15f427f23 4201841iI f 13f851 Fordsvllle 734 f f330f21f1 7 10 25 p m 2 18 p m HARTFORD 6 00 a m 2 40 p m Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once 1eijusare looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productiv and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 3lf you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together ennblingbuyersnndJno D Babble I mile from Webster 2K miles fromI OIIrvington SO acres f fro h land abtl 80ncros ma grass no waste lunU new liouso and largo now barn built lust year For fur napbageCloverport C1 anA 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 40 OUu 3 miles from Irvin ton well watered lays well good young orchard good timber on rural routo school Uouso tow yards froi house good four room Uwelllnjr w Improvements back porch two good barns brn and torment house and cis torn back in tho field most and lion house woodshed will sellon easy payments plenty of smtll fruit Further particulars address Jno D nabbage Cloverport Ky AGUE FA KM 5 room cottago ball and 67 porch In good repair good 7 stall stock barn two good side sheds crib good meat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches and grapes a good well and never railing spring for stock water 200 yards east of flardlnslmrg In easy distance to the 111gb School building when erected CO OHO For 130 acres four miles west of lD UUU Glondeano Smiles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres in grass will produce tho host corn wheat and tobacco in neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell lag log dwo4ing 2 rooms and side room rood stable 3 tobacco burps 8 tenant houses ttunt good tltflber for farm purposes Rood hand to clear Price 3000 H cash i and395Vdwellings three big barnes tog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture 23 acres in timber white oak black oak beech und sugar tree nil good size Plenty of good the anitoodFOR SALEStore house and dwelling coat StroetsCloverportwhoplengthburgatnooxchango AvenutWellC 175A 155 acres on Qardlnsburg am milefrombredtimberl leech never been worked Timber can b to1landtobacco and fruit Piunty good water yea heasyFOR SALEA farm containing 250 acres an flvl5binonetrees also pears quinces und apricots I mall kinds of small fruits including a nlc clearbuluncogroves of black locust buillclont for posts neargkroonulongdrutKtaudsurrOundbytho place for Borne young physician to s bustAnrentisCloyport IfYou are wise YOULL ADVERTS r I l1 1 I I0 I I n t ii- r LEGAL ADVICE TJM Lawyers Duty In Giving Counsel to His Client In the realm of advice a lawyer may choose between counseling his client how to uphold the rights secured to him by the justice of his cause or how tbbtaiii benefits from the application of technicalities and the use of the weaknesses of the particular statute or precedents under consideration whereby he may attain advantages In consistent with fair play between man and man Every time a lawyer encourages such an application of the In wits resulting In injustice casts disrepute upon the law or its administration he Is plainly prompting discord either In the present or the future Every time a lawyer counsels eon troversy for the establishment of aright I as recognized by existing law or for the promulgation of new law beneficial to time majority of society his exercising his true function and the charge which he lays upon his in dividual client nnd through him upon Industry and progress In the mass If reasonable in amount Is well earned and should be cheerfully paid When however a lawyer gives the other kind of advice the expense per Iitps cheerfully borne by the client vrtio profits personally therefrom must be finally laid upon society as n whole which is thereby paying for Its own injury and naturally resents time charge Donald It lUchbcrg in Atlantic THE PRINCES PRESENT It Was Given In Exchange For a Mag nificent Carpet While I was in Damascus said a Ijlobe trotter the other day some royal highness or other potentate passed through that ancient city and the governor of the town delivered an address of welcome It was In verse And everybody who knew of the oc currence Cult sure that the governor princeforstory goes thdobPflOF called on a dealer in rugs with whom he had been chaffering for a long time over a mag nificent carpet which he coveted for his palace After several cups of calico the rug merchant offered the governor the carpet lu exchange for the present the prince had given him for his po etle welcome to Damascus The gov ernor utter a little hesitation agreed and tile carpet was rolled up and de livered to an attendant who started for the governors palace Thank you said the governor tIM he arose gracefully to his feet 4But the princes present 7 demand cd tho rug merchant U4You have it said the governor All ho gave me was Thank you nnd this I have given you for your car New York Tress it Forced Into Exile Wm Upshurch of Glen Oak OkU was an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had defied all rem edies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his iteps Then I bo au using Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after tak- Ing six bottles 1am as well HS ever It saves thousands yearly from desper mite lung diseases Infallible for coughs aud colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough sOc and 100 Trial bottle ftoe guaranteed by Severs Drug Co BUILD HOUSES IN TREES Some Mexicans Thus Sleep Secure From Quakes and Tigers In order to protect their homes from earthquakes ninny ot the natives in the territory around Chilpanclugo anti other towns In time state of Guerrero in Mexico live in trees Some of these tree homes are of large size and arc ingeniously constructed Itepds aud grasses are interwoven with the twigs and branches of the tree much in the manner that a bird builds its nest rime severest wind seldom loos ns It from the tree Where the trees yro large and stand closely together houses of two or three rooms aro fre quently built In their branches These houses also afford protection from the tigers and other wild animals which are found in that region In large num bers It is said that a tiger will not attack Its prey unless itIs upon the groundTho prime object of elevating these houses into the trees however is as mentioned to keep them from being shaken down by the severe earth quakes which visit tho Guerrero terri i tory nt frequent intervals The rock fllug of the earth gives the trees a swaying motion but does no damage to the houses In some localities whole villages of these tree homes are to be seen None of them suffered damage from the recent earthquakes which wrought such ruin to the buildings 1Ipon the ground New York Tribune Cant look wen eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take exercise keep clean and you will have long life rrMIght Have Bsen Worse t poor byol exclaimed OHara con- J 4oIIug with Cassidy who had been Injured by a blast Tls tough luck J to hay yer hand blowed off Och Faith It might ave bin orse replied Cassidy Suppose had roe weeks wages In it at the1 i1ld It 1 II uj 4 4- f SAVED I FROM AN- OPERATION By Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound Louisville Ky Lydia 33 Pink hams Vegetable Compound has cer tahily done me a world of good and I cannot praise it enough I suffered- fromirregularities dizziness nervousn- eSS and a severe female trouble 1dlaBPinkhnmsVegetable pound has restored perfecthealth from the oneratlna table I will never be without this medicine In the housoMrs SAML LEE 3523 Fourth St Louisville Ky Another Operation Avoided Adrian Ga U I suffered untold mydoctorchance and I dreaded it almost as much as leath Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound completely cured VIlENBYThirty years of unparalleled success confirms the power of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases The great vol ume of unsolicited testimony constantly pouring in proves conclusively that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is a remarkable remedy for those distressing feminine ills from which BO many women suffer THE BISHOP STAYED H Risked n Row but Didnt Have tot Leave His Bed Time bishop of a southern diocese was once making a missionary Journey through Arkansas and the Indian Ter ritory aud mi his arrivalI at Natchez he said to time landlord of a hotel I have been traveling for a week day and night III a iwnll wagon anti I want a comfortalilp room Sorry said Ithe landlord tint I dont litllfvo ttheres a vacant room In Natchez Theres a horse rare a Methodist conference and a political convention III tthe rlty mill every house is full mum Till only thing I can give you IIs a shakedown Then observing the bishops Itired tate lie added Till let room IIn my house IIs rcntidI tn ii noted gambler who usually remains out nil night and seldom gets In before breakfast IIf you will take tthe risk you shall have his room bill If he should conic In therell be a row Ill promise you that The bishop decided to take time risk About 4 oclock In the morning the gambler returned and promptly shook the bishop by the arm Get out of here or Ill put you out he shouted The bishop the gentlest of men raised himself on one elbow so that it brought the muscles of his arm Into full relief My friend he begun quietly before you put me out will you have the kindness to feel of my arm The gambler put his hand on the bishops arm- Stranger he then said respectfully you can stay Youths Companion KEENLY INTERESTED Lincolns Question After the Commit teeman Had Finished Just after the second battle of Bull Run the Boston chamber of commerce decided that President Lincoln was not prosecuting time war with enough celerity to conserve the interests of business and so it appointed a com mittee to go to Washington and re monstrate with him upon his dilatory tactics The committee was headed by a Mr Pierce We found he said a man who looked ns If he had lost all the friends he ever had in the world who invited us to take seats and Inquired our busi ness As I was the spokesman I open ed our case and as I proceeded the presidents face relaxed By nnd by he smiled and betrayed actual Interest and by the time I concluded he was ul most in a brond grin After I had tin ished he Inquired if that was all I had to say and on my saying that I thought It was he asked It some of the other gentlemen wouldnt like to say something They replied that they thought I timid fully covered tho ground And then continued Mr Pierce what do you suppose this solemn man dllH Well he just moved ills chair over to mine smoothed his trou sers over his knee then reached over and smoothed mine down too and then with a queer look which none of us will ever forget ho said Mr Pierce did you ever notice what a difference there is in legs What did we d07 We grabbed our bats and took the first train for Boston and we never dared to report Ladles Home Journal The Carbuncle Carbuncles to which the ancients attributed fantastic properties were in reality rubles They servpd It was said to give light to large serpents or dragons whose sight had been en feebled by age They bore them constantly between ttheir teeth and laid I them down only for eating nnd drink I u l l 4 i y ins IU vas OVen mimedt tunit t1111 nrIbumTo ejnltted ichl InI darkness that tthe 1111 IIdtlMt dlutlmlng could IIntlI storm Its ravp Without all the exag geration of such legends It was be lieved for n long ttime that rubles con tainedI luminous rnys The truth Is that they have double refraction and send out the red rnys with uuequaled brilliancy Traversed In a vacuum by an electric current Ithey are Illuminat ed with a red tire of extreme Inten sity The greatestI heat does not change their form or their color Old Days on the Stage 1 have known a uress coat handed from one to another In tillt vlngs soy eral times during a performance It was a current Idea that white cotton stockings assumed the appearance or silk from the trout by making a hoary Hue of white chalk on time suhj bout A white tie was easljy made from a strip of note paper and even n shirt front could be managed from highly glazed note paper White cotton gjoves were do rigueur In place of till more expensive kid ones A comedian hll- vling no black stockings once blacked his legs After the show he asked time stage manager 16 we play this piece nglllllT Yes next week Oh the 1 need not wash my legs From Hambllngs of an Old Mum mer ly Hussell Jraufurd ARAB FASHIONS Clothes the Natives Wear and the Tailors Who Make Them Conservative III nil matters the Arnb Is especially averse to change in tho matter of clothes Not only do the fashions of the Arabs never change wrjles Ctti him ni IIetrle in Tunis KillI rouau mind Carthage but they are very restricted Although every Arab wears a gandoura more or less richly embroidered It IIs always worked In one of tthree accepted patterns from which no tlevlrmloii nor nay combina Ion is permitted The only matter III which personal asle Is allowed to show itself Is in the choice of color IIn this respect entire freedom Is permitted and taken full advantage of although It Is curious to note that the more delicate shades of pink yellow and mauve are generally worn by elderly men while rich red and brown are In favor with their Jun mrs The soukeltrouk Is tho souk of the tailors III Tunis and here in numerous little shops the sartorial needs of the Arab populationl are fashioned and temptingly displayed I call them shops for want of a bettor word but they are as unlike the European shop as anything one can Imagine They are really recesses separated from each other by coupled columns painted with stripes of red nnd green which sup port a continuous cornice richly carv ed timid colored There are no windows or doors and the shop Is raised sonic four feet above time ground To this elevation time tailor nimbly vaults for there tire no steps to assist him Sit tting crossleuged In orthodox fashion he tljere IllS out pieces together amid embellishes the gay sill waistcoats gandouras mind other garments beloved of the Arab MAINE SPOOKS A Ghost House a Phantom Light and a Mystic Woodchuck Bowdolnham boasts a veritable ghost house where It is said the chairs refuse to stay quietly In their places but III the middle of the night wall out timid draw together in groups just as If guided by visible hands Then there Is a spirit cane that goes walk ing all by Itself just at midnight tap ping Its WilY along from room to room and dually taking up Its abode in the chamber where a member of the fami ly sleeps That this statement is true is alUnned by those who have seen the phenomena nnd who are not at all afraid of ghosis At another house in the village is a phantom Ilight that shinesI each night no matter whether It be moonlight or darkness just above the closet door in the upper chamber For years this light has disturbed tin people who at different times have occupied the room and some Intro been much afraid of the nickering gleam From time to time different explanations have been offered but none has proved satisfac toY The light continues to shine and no one cnn account for the mystery Down at Lazy 0 camp Is u spook woodchuck which every evening just nt time sunset hour comes out of an old fatally tomb halfway between the camp and the home farm There on the tomliI he sitsI quietly watching the sunset lights 0114 the waters of Merry meeting Just as time sun sinks below the horizon he disappears Time tomb Hwallovjs him up and he is seen no more until the sunset hour comes round agaIn Ieii imebec Journal Arab Buttermaking Among the Arab3 an interesting de partment or womans duty is dairy work This like till other operations iscarrled out on an old fashioned and patriarchal plan To make butter for instance a small sheepskin is tilled with milk andI tied to a ring in tho wall The wonmu then sits tint on the floor and rocks it to and fro till little hulls of butter begin to form within These grow larger and larger and ac cumulate and are dually brought out us one big lump The remaining milk is then boiled on tthe tire with bits of meat The male members of tho fain ily now come together A large dish of cooked rice Is placed before them and time bulled mill poured over it Then making balls of tho mixture with his hands ouch member quickly willows his share and rises to wash his hands This done the girls and mother sit down and cat what the men dre pleased to leave r A 1 f J of GOOD ROADS BUILDING Plans For Better Highways to Be Dig cussed IIn First Structure of Its Kind Time Washington state gord mad building on time AliHkiiYiikiinliiiCir exposition jmmnds fudnir NOIIUM irlc is till II MIl building of HH Uliul In In crectrd In Ainvrlia ilire Ihi winI vn n well equipped Inlioniimv where roiui materialsI niny Ilie ttesud Tor diNrimtii i ing their vnliie III ninnher room I shown n nicdel III miniatureI nt one 411 the four qua trie which till mine I now putting In operation for snnilv lug mulled rock for mud liiilidlntrI l This plum Is now being InstalledI ii Fldalgo iHlnnd near deception JIIiI I Iupet sound T4ie total approprlatl iIll mnde by tthe last legislature fur I ln proving Ithe roads of time Static was 1300000 The good wads building has ni auditorium en pn tile of scaling Win which Is complete III all appointments being provided with stereoptleon fur Illustrated lectures Beginning at I8 p m eaeli tony a series of beautiful pip tups willI lie shown of scenes In t tie alate of Washington At oJi p in each day an illustrated tall on roads IIs given ttouching methods of construe tion maintenance repairs dust pre remit ion oil as practiced in Itilt United States anti other countries Here till llrst American congress of road builders convened on July 5 t 8 inclusive when delegates from fi cry state In the Union were present as well as from Canada and England Time good roads building has been placed on a permanent concrete foundation timid will be used by the University of Washington as the fu ture home of time department of high way engineering Hives eczema itch or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Doans Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggists sell it- Sitting on the Snakes While In Paris last summer another girl and I went out to Versailles one afternoon said a schoolteacher It was dusk when we reached the rail way station and as there was no waiting room we sat down on two crates that were out on the platform among a lot of others We noticed that the station employees kept star lug at us with n persistence that was annoying Presently a man In a shab by uniform with ti bucket on his arm approached us He touched his cap deferentially and said in French of course Mesdames pray do not let me dis turb you but 1 am forced to opon tho boxes on which you are seated in or tier to toed the boa constrictor and oth er serpents that are within When we recovered from our fright we found we had been seated in the midst of n huge collection of snakes that had Just arrived from their native jungles en route for the zoo near Versa Illes Exchange PRIEST FOR GOOD ROADS Smooth Highways In a Missouri County Preached by Father Placid Headed by Fatlier Plndd superior of time Conception monastery nt Con option Mri In Nodaway county till township board of Jefferson township hums put fiftysix of time seventyeight miles of rond In tIme township under a system of dragging contracts Farm crs have been secured who will dray the roads ns often as required by the supervisors nt rates running from Id cents to 7i cents a mile A dragging consists under till contracts recently let of two rounds or four times over When the plnft was started Father Placid accompanied h by the township board visited nil Ithe main traveled roads of tIn township and selected Ithe sectior wlikli were In need of grad lug antI would need ymli Improvemeni before draggingI could be effectivelyI started The various supervisors were then ordered Ito have tthese Fectlnns graded IIt Is expected Ithatt mutter Ithe grading Is completed it will cost an aver age of H55 a mllo yearly to maintain the roads III good shape Father Ilaeld III a sermon delivered at the monas tery urged his auditors to aid the good roads movement Hats and Old Age In opening the services oue Sunday recently the pastor of one of the fash- Ionable churches stud For three Sun days 1 have asked r the women in this church to remove their hats during service My appeal hits been unheed ed and How I see wherein 1 was wrong J was Inconsiderate of the comforts of the aged and Infirm so 1 have made a new rule Hereafter nil women of forty years of ago or over will be permitted to wear their hats during the service Within twenty seconds every woman In the church was bareheaded La dies Home Journal f His Last Place But said the merchant to the up plicant you dont furnish any refer ence from your last place You neednt worry about that re plied tile man with the close cropped head and strange pallor I wouldnt be here now It It hadnt been for my good behavior In my lust place Catholic Standard and Tithes A Great Care Cella Her hair turned perfectly white in one night from trouble Delia UNtil What was the nature of the trouble Cella Chcinlcal JurtKQB Li brary Better Subscribe I r 40I I PfWEE KlY- COURIERJOURNAL I HNRY WATTERSON IdUcr Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is I100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for 150i if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 1r 600 Sunday Courier Journal 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write thisI paperIII u We Appreciate each and every piece of Job Work that comes to us no matter how small as well as YourSubscription SOME BOND PAPERS Give You More Than Just Paper to Write On THEY GIVE YOUR LETTERS CHARACTER AND IMPRESSIVENESS CJ Without character alid impressiveness your letter sheets are no more valuable than wrap ping paper QlJpfNJ t3t3tis the business paper for the business man of today and it demonstrates its right to serve you by every test of quality IT IS USED BY MEN WHO TAKE PRIDE IN THEMSELVES and THEIR PRODUCTS MAY WE SHOW YOU SAMPLES For Sale at the Breckenridge News Office CLOVERPORT KY Job WorkYe- sthat is what we do and when WE do it it i- sDONE RIGHT L U THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CU = Issued Every Wednesday j Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of + 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money 9dvanceL the label on your paper If it isnot correct please t It tWhonordering change in the address subscribers should give weir old as well as tho now addr- essEIGHT PAGES I CLOVEKPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 THE RESULT The election is over find upon the face of tho returns tho Repub lican candidates wero given the certificates of election Inst Friday From tho day tho noninations Wore made tho Democrats realized that they had a hard fight But they wore in a position to win and would liavo won beyond question but for tho attitude some fellows took in tho race who claimed to bo Democrats A few things developed and i short time before tho election that we could not foresee such a I state of things that the Democrats as a party could not overcome They wore made helpless when it canto to fighting an enemy in their own ranks The News has no regrets or fault to find with tho boys who stood true They made a noble fight that is those who wero in tho field and active Tho Republican majority at Hardindburg was unexpected and unheard of in that District Nothing like it has oc curred in tho county in tho last twenty years It was unprecedented and tho cause has not been accounted for as yet But we do not come bogging tho question in tho least Democrats in every quarter fought from tho shoulder Neither has this apparent defeat curbed their enthusiasm Tho fact is they will stand united in tho future as heretofore and when the G 01comes out again they will find the Democrats doing business at the old stand The News congratulates the party on tho great fight they made and bids them Godspeed for greater things in the future Miss Margaret Wroo expressed our feelings in regard to the de feat of our candidates when she camo in tho News office last Wednes day morning and said Politics is just one dn thing after another iVo were disappointed in the election We worked hard and faithfully for the men we supported because they were good men and Democrats and for the reason we thought they wero men best suited for tho offices of Breckenridge county Tho vote polled was ex tremoly larger than usual for the Democratic party which proved the influence of printers ink and tho earnest work of tho candidates After all it was a wonderful victory and wo feel well justified in the steps the News took It is a great satisfaction to know that you have done what you thought was best which is most trying in politics The question now before the farmers of this county especially in tho Burloy District is the pooling of their tobacco Mr W F Sharp mode several speeches in tho eastern end of the county last week in the interest of pooling and made it very clear to our mind that it is tho thing our farmers want to do It is a question of put ting up a solid front to the trust and demanding a fair and equitable price for their product Tho only way to do this is for all growers to get together pool thoir Interests and stand firm The Burley To Society is in a position to do this if they can get enough tobac frfrbaccoThey have done it and can do it again if the farmers will stand They mist like the tobacco trust have absolute control1 of the crop before they can set tho price There was never a candidate defeated who is so grateful to his friends that stood by him in his race as Vic Robertson Instead of entertaining malice toward those who disappointed him at tho lasti moment and feeling bitterness for those who were snakes in the grass ho has been happily counting the number who proved true and has been busy since tho election expressing to them his gratitude Mr ILRobertson writes tho News that ho wishes ho wore ablo to express in some way his heartfelt thanks to each and every one who so loyally championed his cause I The Democrat won a great victory in Louisville Not only this but many strongholds of tho Republicans were broken down in thej State at other points This means that a Democratic Governor will1I be elected next time and that the whole State will be redeemed Tho next Legislature at Frankfort will bo Democratic with a d good working body in both houses Now the next thing for Demo orats to do is to elect Ben Johnson Governor This race cost the Republicans about all they will be able to get out of tho olliccs and then some r Jt FOR THE CHILDREN Again The Breckenridge News offers a book as a prize for the best Thanksgiving niceIIi written by a boy or girl not over 15 year of The writer does not have to be a subscriber to The News but they must get their letter to the desk by Friday Nov 19th The sooner the better t Write on one side of the paper use not more than 100 words i If possible write with pen and ink Tell what happened during the past year that made you happiest and for which you are most thankfulII delightedIto hear hopes re i ceive letters from many more next weep ri11tM I rM pw- I ii F Jt= z 3 l r + +o + rr+ + ster+ + r r + + ++ OurInfants Department A Complete Store ItselfJ Everything that baby needs for its comfort and bodily welfare shown in this department at the most alluring prices A few timely lowpriced suggestions OCn For Infants Sacqucs of soft flannelette stitched to35C and 50c for Rubens Shirfe of cotton and JOu trimmed with borders several now styles from wool select Rubens Shirts of silk and 75Forand 59c for Infants Sacqucs and Nightingales of Han 5Ue nel and cashmoro daintily trlOl111edJj Infants Long Petticoats of 1 OR For extra good Carriage Robes of allwool yarn ine flannelette V II IiiO pink blue and white i p 25c 39c and 60c pair for Infants white1 25c and fi0c for InfantseII mittens 115e10cI diapers for Infants Varmlcll1f iniilllrt n iiiiiiirtHB1 ttilHnl lil liHyT1ffllTBPiBPHrri in r iiTlf 2CBootees J nnand 100 for halfdozen Stork ffi 75eOOc Diapers 2 50 t08 and up to 708 for Infants CloaksI of S5c nd 100 per yard for 11iQU Bedfordcord and cashmere easily and decidedly the 5Ue65c Sheetingibestlino in tho city Knitted75CFor Rubens Shirts of For Silk Caps other now and dainty styles 39c 50c and 25e25ei cotton I up to 150 TheiReason so Many Prefer Buy ing Silks at This Store is that we show them in broad daylight Of course another and a very good I reason for this preferment is that prices here are always most interesting I 58c Yard For heavy quality Cashmere Twill Messaline This silk is 19 inches wide soils usually at 85c and is to be had in tho latest fall shades including ivory itnd black Winchell I Satin specially suited for coat lining 36 in such shades as ivory brown green navy blacka yard Black floire Velour suitable for waists I coats dresses inches widei I I special t I IFshi nabl Colored Dress GOOdS First Floor CV ter Aisle you intend buying a new skirt or a whole suit tho following priced I IYhethor to both purposes IIIII Cheviot serge extra wide wale 42 inIIII I wide the most preferred fabric on market today for coat suits and II I separate skirts all shades yard II I The Mendel Make WrappersSec- ond J loorJProbably the most widely known wrappers for women on the mar ket and wherever they areknown they are conceded the best We are showing most extensive assortment of this famous make wrappers in percale and flannelette in almost any color and pattern imaginable l25CSsao D 150 CSsBUTTEK 198 ONES FOR BBSTt We also have a representative line of these wrappers in sizes up to SO specially made for extra stout figures JMOUe at 3198 and Specially Good Values in Long Kamonos Made of fine quality flannelette in Persian md floral 1 25patterns cut very full and extra well made P I Pyrography Burning Outfits and Sundries splendid asc Womens I The result of the election proves one fact beyond question that Breckenridgo county is a Democratic county and but for the negro vote she would have been any whore from 200 to 300 Democratic A decision in tho case of James M Purrish who is still in jail at Hawesvillo is expected by tho Court of Appeals in a few days iPresideot Taft will return to Washington this week after a trip of spent in traveling over the South and West It is said that tho Republican gamblers lost abouf25000 on the Grinstead race in Louisville Thos Moore made a bravo fight Ho iis as true as steel to his party and to his friends Dick Perkins is wearing a smile that wont could off STEPHENSPORT Rev J F has been called again for another year at the Baptist churchRev Holtsclaw of Louisville is conducting a series of meetings at the Bap tist church If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour 1 J 9 tIi3f Ift Jtt aJ lijfjl I quality inches wide l 27 a yard Mr and Mrs Albert McKaughan and children of Cloverport were guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Boyd Mt Kaughan Sunday The dinner given by the ladies of the Baptist church on the day of the elec tion was quite a success Proceeds 31 James Crawford English and sister Elizabeth were guests of their grand mother Mrs Belle Crawford Sunday I 7 P i rtdtfJPii=i P it i r r f 10 98e 75e 1100 I 48c Yard For this a tan gray helio i IIIi1 I IIItheI Childrens School DressesSe- cond Floor Neat dainty Dresses girls 0 to M years of age at prices sure to interest American59cand white figured designs trim sbepherd checks piped in red med with side plaits piping side plaited skirt with deep hem full sidrt with deep hem These we consider exceptionally good the For Dresses rcotton iplyo material fancy plaids c 1 25For Dresses of blue neatly trimmed with piping extra trim full plaited Very stylish in mod and neatly full plaited design and extra well skirt a I Mrs Belle Crawford will leave sOOn to spend the winter in the South with her sons John and James Crawford Dr Nevitt and family returned Monday evening from Louisville Born to the wife of Andrew Gilbert Saturday a Rue boy Mr and Mrs J H Tinder of Louis ville were here Friday and organized the chapter of Stephcnsport Eastern j Star R 3 Skillman is visiting his son at West Point Horn to the wife of Bernard Lewis Saturday a fine boy Rev J F Wiuchell called to Caps Sandy Ind to conduct the fu service of Mr Emery Coxs child Lishen Improving Carl Lishen who was seriously In jured in Louisville last week is improving His mother Mrs Thos Tousey and Mrs Nathaniel Tucker were called to his bedside His dition caused much apprehension among his friends here Jf you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour r fII i r H t4 r 18 inch Messalino Silk silk has bright finishes shown in medium brown light blue nile navy blue and serviceable wellmade for school from acid for money tastefully skirt made made home was neral con Metalography Something newCom plete line ij jI iI Nice Outing Mrs Robert Pierce gave the junior missionary societies of the Methodlst church a delightful picnic at Buffalo Wallop Saturday Baby Dies The Infant son of Mrs Benton Eu banks which came Thursday morn ing died Saturday and was buried yesterday The baby had lung trouble The mother is Improving Cleaning Up the Streets r Many are busy cleaning up their pavements and showing much Interest In trying to beautify Cloverport Main street needs more attention than other Inany town I Fine Saw ftlijl Business 1 R A Barger the saw mill man of Union Star went to Louisville Monday to buy a now traction engine He already has two engines but needs another to take care of his mill and shredder business He has a years work ahead now v i1 f i i I r I AR ble Ren dy t EIy tiiream Balm IIt quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Onco Itclonnsos noothcs heals and protects 11 llifl tliiUAispu membrane t resulting front Catarrh and drives away n Cold in tho trend quickly He stores the Souses of i1 Paste and Smell Full size GO cts atDrug gists or by snail In liquid form 75 cents Ely 1rotlorsliO Warren Street Now York 1 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1900 PERSONALAND LOCAL Julian Brown is ill Subscribe for the News Op to Sippels for good winter shoes Benton Eubanks of Frankfort 1 hereSlices everybodyfclTsippel f Roy Heyser of Logan W Va ii- to here Mrs Stader has returned from Louis villeMr and Mrs David Phelps are at the Duncan House d Miss Jennie Warfield is spending the winter in Louisville = Miss Maria Watkinsof Owensboro Iis the guest of relatives Miss Esther Hall of Holt is th guest of Mrs Walter Barboe Fred DHuy of Evanston 111 is the guest of Mrs James Cordrey Roy Plank of Owensboro was thei guest of Frank Plank SundayIIMrs John Babbage Fairleigh in l1 1DavidIf you want the best flour buy tho Y Lewisport BEST patent flour John Belle of Jasper Ind spent Sunday with Miss Hazel Holder I When in town go to C Sippels and see the good line of winter shoes Mrs Manie Moorman of Hardlns isburg has returned from Louisville Misses Martha Willis Edith and Evan Plank spent Saturday in Louisville 1t Joe Fallon and children of Fords ville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Hardin Kinder and children have returned from Skillman Vic Robertson of Glendeane has L beegspending vim several days in Louis Thos Tousey and Chas Jackso- spent Sunday in Louisville with Carl Ashen John Carr of Elizabethtown was the guest oi his sister Mrs Proctor Keith ast week Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday aid Thursday Mr Perkins of Horse Cave was the- o guest of his daughter Miss Bernice Perkins Sunday Morrison Calhoon dentists office In downstairs 215 Fourth street both to Phones Owenaboro Ky d ICDr Boope is no llonger the new iyanin town another t has stepped nWhat SomeBody Said Mr and Mrs Chas Hook Misses to Ruby Haynes and E Moorman Hook a lave returned from Union Star Mrs Sam Haycralt of Kirk who has seen visiting her sister Mrs Thomas Brown returned home Monday Miss Margaret Skillman gave a Five Hundred party last Thursday evening n honor of Miss Evelyn Young Mrs Roy Heycer of Logan W Va vas the lovely guest of honor at a fFOOD FOR A YEAR = Meat 300 tbs Milk 240 qts juniorButter lOOlbs hodlsEggs 27doi 500 lbs 3utlaloVegetables This represents a fair ra tkm for a man for a year Ott Eu But some people eat and morn buried it and grow thinner This Vonbie defective digestiont eans a knd unsuitable food Alarge- s kze bottle of their Emulsionentlott 1 jquals nourishing proper j ies ten pounds ofmeat tan t ofi Your physician can tell you rondat bow it does itHo al SALE BV ALL UBDOaiBTS neeaaNoab illnncI k J9o name of papor and thU ad for cur SiCIsdyCAr l Bn ln8 Dank and Childs BkotchBook z11l lkl contain Good Luck Penny i l6r BOWNE 409 Pewl St New York p pVI supper given last Thursday evening by Miss Louise Babbage The many friends of Minor Compton of Garfield will be glad to learn that he IIs recovering from a six weol selge of typhoid fever Key Bruner of Ekron was here las week the guest of Mrs Forrest Gill land cnrouto to Patesvllle where he iis conducting a revival Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and Cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaran teed M W Winn Manager Mrs Ammett of Elizabethtown has been visiting Mrs W H Bowmer another I friends Her visithns been most enjoyable t6 many in Clovcrport You dont have to go away Iron home to get your dental work done Sec Dr Bush Dentist at Oloverport every Monday and Tuesday exceptI the 4th Monday Scott Cunninghamof Chenault went to Louisville Monday to buy goods Business is fairly good with him bu not what it ought to be on account o failure of apple crops Mr and Mrs J S Barnes of Hard insburg returned Monday from a visit to Mr Barnes brother who lives near Hodgenville They report a nice visits While there they made a visit to Lincoln Farm and say it is one of the grandest places they ever saw It is not com pleted but the work is so far advanced that it will not be long before it is BEWLEYVILLE- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Thos H Moorman of Big Spring ewas in the neighborhood Friday and1 purchased a fine Duroc Jersey hog from Chas H Drury- E P Hardaway attended the Re 1 Tag sale in Louisville last week Mrs Kate Bennett of Basin Spring visited Mrs Alonzo Bennett and Mrs Chas Drury Monday and Tuesday Mrs Alonzo Bennett llift Wednesday for Louisville to visit and remain with her sister Mrs Shelley through the winterThe Bewleyville and Guston Tele phone line has removed all of its of boxes and installed the new Bridgin- Box instead I The nw school building at this place is rapidly going up and will likely be completed in about ten days The un safe condition of the old house has made it necessary that school adjourn until the new one is finished he Misses Payne of Hardinsburg are visiting Miss Mary Payne Horace Albright left Monday fori dI agenmother who is reported quite sick Mrs Alonzo Bennett sold an agedI horse Rube Monday to William Stith Price X50 Horace McCoy of Union Star drop ed in Sunday to see his Queen o I Hearts Things are shaping up so fast that we already feel that our loss will be anothers gai- nROSETTA If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour The next County Union will be held at Rosetta the first Saturday in Decem berRev Everett Chalfant of Kingswood preached here Sunday morning and eveningShellman Hardaway who is attend ing school at Kingswood spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs R B HardawayJas who has been in Louis ville and West Point for several months returned home last week Jack Gilpin and Miss Lena Claycomb of High Planes spent Sunday as the guests of Able Gillingwaters and familyEd Triple t and wife and Floyd Dowell and wife of Bewleyville spent Sunday with their father R B Harda wayKernt Kasey who is working at Ekron spent Sunday with his family Several from here attended the County Union of the F E and C U of A held at Constantine last Saturday They report a large crowd and that 039 acres of tobacco has been pledged in this county Mr and Mrs W M Adkisson set a birthday dinner for their son Ollie Sunday Age twentyone- J H Boop Gilpin and sisters Misses Carrie and Dora of High Planes were the guests of Wm Adkisson and family Sunday Bro Charlie Priest who has been confined to his bets for the last two weeks is able to sit up some Misses Annie Mercer and May Ross spent last Thursday as the guests of Miss Flora Meador Mr and Mrs J W Mercer and dau ghter Annie spent Sunday afternoon with their son Charles and daughter Mrs J W Willis Mr and Mrs Jas Claycomb were among the many guests that attended the birthday dinner at Wm Adkissons Sunday I i CHILD COVERED HIVEStTormented Two MonthsIt Itched and Irritated and Scratching Made If Worse Little Sufferer in Terrible Plight Several Treatments of No AvailBut at Last the DREADFUL DISEASE IS CURED BY CUTICURA My six year old daughter had tho dreadful disease called hives for two playing WQ did not know it By scratching slto irritatingHerworse on her arms and back Wo em ployed a physician who left medicine- t but it did not help her and I tried soy SeGCgavoherand anointed her body with Cuticura Ointment The first treatment relieved tho itching and in a short timo tho dis ease disappeared I recommend tho Cuticura Remedies for all skin diseases and give them my greatest praise Mrs Oeo L Fridhoff II F D 1 Warren Mich Juno 30 and July 13 100S Boys Back Raw From Shoulder to Shoulder Scratched till Blood Ran Cured by Cuticura My sons back was raw from shoul yourhandwould be cured Ho would scratch until tho blood would run and ho was like a raw piece of meat I used differ ent kinds of things but each kind made it worso until I read of the Cuticura Cuticuradone cured him like magic I would not bo without it in tho house and I have recom mended it to all my friends Mrs J LoneIslandI forEveu SkInUtlellrnChorolUeColtetlPIIII ChemCorpiwlUllcd Free Cuticura nook on Skin Disease fordpositiongmanager of a good farm Ernest is Iasfine young man and will make jgood wherever he goes + m m I WantsWANTE- DCarpenter + II good location liopen a town for a contractor carpenter who Is married sorter and knows address1 entirelyeral discount fcr rashT n MOIIKMKN Irvington Kv AOENT3 WANTEDIn every town and InfIIrawnUlovorlort r 4 J YOU Have Yoprself toff blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed f iSevers Drug Co J CITY AND SCHOOlTAXPAYERS arc hereby notified that on December 1 1909 the pen ally will bo added Remem ber no favors will be shown Payment is requested with out fail Call at tho office in rear of Clovorport Bank Chas MayjSr City and School Tax Collector t t BANK O- FCLOVERPORT Incorporated 1003 u CapitalSurplus and- Undivided Profits 2200000 Sate Sound and- Conservative Sinai l accounts receive the same careful1 attention as larger ones and we appre ciato your business and influence Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEBPORT KY DR W M CASPER DENTIST- At Cloverport every Wednesday and Thurs day ut Dr LUlitfoots Office F BEARDPresident M II BEARDCashier PAUL II I0I t 0IIIc01 JII ti0OI-Q Get Ready For Q christmas NOW We have the Novelties to be made up for your friends and loved ones at home or can be mailed == = = 1 = == Laundry Bags 26c to 35c Pillow Tops lOc to 25c Sowing Bags 25c Collar Bags 25c Tio Racks 25c to 50c Umbrella Bags 25c 1 i Pin Cushions 25ci Pen Wipers 25c Match 40c Center Pieces and four skeins of Floss 25c LI rnStamped0 0 GET BUSY FOR YOUR FRIENDS Q J C NOLTE 6fc BRO Q o IJEE I E I 00 III 101 III llII Q01JIII 0 II 0- gg Last Warning o As the penalty will be added the first of November and our term of office expires the first of January Now as the time for paying is short and we are going to collect n as the law prescribes we must insist that you settle your n LI taxes before the first of December If not before that U- nn date we will be forced to advertise your property which n UUwill be done at onceand7 you know that thIs wIll brIng U IJ1lJJ0 You can pay at any time by coming to the office or writing for the amount which will be promptly forwarded to you or by meeting one of us at the place and dates named below U Irvington November 12 Rock Vale November 19 n Askins November 16 HcDaniels November 20 Vanzant November 18 Cloverport every Saturday CCIIASQO I Q0 III 0 191 0III t0 II O- QC 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company s 1 u == J B COMPTON Assistant Cashier Scratch Capital 50000 Surplus anJ Un divided Profits 1100000 u IDIHECTORSI Morris Eskridge G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Board ItheI bank can afford to pay managedjju 47JI JI WANTED ee- oo Elm Hub Timber I I INQUIRE OFIIWYERI I II- II HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID Izr rj c raigai ri i reMgc rMcj riMia r l lWiwW II IFULL I r I Novelized Walters From By Great EugeneII JOHN W IIARDING jCopyright 1903 by G W Dillinjhtin Co To be Continued CHAPTKll xn HEN Jimsy Smith bad toldI Emma and Joe that Cup tatn Williams lived In n 1 tie south sea Island pool moved Into his tint and that It was justlctoway In n hotel not far from that in which the Brookses bad so recently taken up lfelt residence and ttho living room s rls11 curious combination of natural history museum and ships cabin A wooden capstan In tho center did duty for a round table nmj on Jt in addition to an electric reading tamp an untidy litter of papers and maga Sines some writing paper envelopes pens atid ink were a huge tin box o F Tobacco and a rack containing pipes of wood and Remarkable sizes amontheone a large rocking chair partially constructed of two small anchors tho flukes forming the rockers In a cor ner over a comfortable lounge was a canopy made of a piece of sail can vas supported by south sea Island spears and decorated with leather shields warclubs boomerangs and other native weapons together with necklaces and various ornaments of sharks teeth Covering the walls were stuffed fishes of weird shape Over the entrance door was a ships wheel and on the mantel a model of L an old time trading schooner with all sails set Among other objects on the mantel also was a faded daguerreo type showing Captain Williams us n young man in uniform On each side of the capstan was a dirty cuspidor The carpet also was dirty and spotted nnd dust had settled thickly every WlIIlalpsIhedvalet who had served him for many yearsThe massive form of the captain himself minus his coat might have been descried In the light of the lamp through the cloud of tobacco smoke that onvelopnd him as he sat rending n magazine some time after his departure from the home of Mr and Mrs Brooks He was rather annoyed when the telephone boll rang and had lie not been expecting Smith would not have troubled to answer It As It was he swore a little and rose lazily to respond r ilr ilo yes this Is Captain wn Ilium lie said in his usual stentorian voke What Brooks 1 wont talk with you over the phone no what Mrs Brooks What here Well weUIs Im at bonioyes Right away you say Yes Ill wait Williams could hardly believe what he hail hoard lit turned It over in his mind fur hilly three urinates tlgurlng out just what It could mean Going to tend his wife hmo What a skiiul he Is he grunted He ambled to the telephone again and instructed the hotel clerk that If I any visitors culled to see him they were to be shown right up Irom there ho went to the door of an ad jolting room and roared for his valet Any beer on let he demanded when the Japanese who evidently had been nHlvep presented himself Yes snar Got limes and ruinthe kind 1 brought up from the West Indies Yes snar Plenty Ice Yes saar Thats all He could not get over the wonder Drools telephone communication had caused him I Told her hed got a raise of pay eh What a skunk he is And what a fine girl she Is He gazed abstractedly at the model of the schooner on the mantel opposite to him and became burled In thought so deep that he actually stopped smoke tog and llet his pipe go out Presently he roused himself fished a sheet of writing paper from among the reading matter on the capstan table and wrote something upon It after which he folded the paper carefully and hid It between tho leaves of a magazine Then he shouted again for his valet j Sato he ordered bring my slippers and smoking Jacket Theres n lady coming to see me The tams grinned knowingly You might as well take a walk Sato i Yes soar And you neednt comp back right away No soar Heros a couple of dollars for you Take em and get to blazes out of here Sabe 1 Yes saar And stay out he recommended as tbo Japanese prepared to obey When the valet had vanished the captain took a survey of his domain rather anxiously Its a little dirtya little dirty but Itll have to do he muttered There was a knock at the door Wil liams wreathed his physiognomy In the i most amiable smilo of which it was 1 Bad BackacheSuch suffer every month from back acheIs I It necessary No It can y be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by take ing a medicine with specific taro five action on the female organs and functions which acts by re Having the congestion stopping the pain and building the organs and functions up to a proper state of health Try WINE OFt CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I utI suffered for t15 years writes Mrs Mallnda A Akcrs of Basnaifl troublesiI ItdrewI straight The doctors could not help me so I tock Cardui and 1aow I feel like a new woman At All Druggists ADVICEf+ describing symp toms to Ladica Advisory Dept COlChnttanoogn capable felt his tie to assure hlinsolr that it had not slipped round toward his left ear as it had a bad habit of doing when not hauled taut nnd clamp ed in place and went to let his vise itor Ju- The caller however was only Smith Come In but make your busluesi short was Williams blunt greeting Im expecting an Important visitor All right captain responded Smith tranquilly entering nnd helping himself to a chair nan a pipe Invited the host pushing the tobacco tin toward him Too hot was the laconic declination Well how did yon lonve the Brooks family iShe knows You left her No Joe did Didnt think he bad Ithe nerve IIo hasnt Hows that f- It was because he lost It that he told tier Busted right out the moment the door was closed on you Did they have a row Dont know She took It lute a major and asked me to leave em aloneThats natural Have you got the exact figures What figures 1 Of Low InucL he took- I guess soto the penny said Wil jHams reaching for a memorandum jbook and consulting it It was Just 10850 three days ego Any more now Not that I know of Guess that covers it- Smllh shookhls head moodily Thats too badtoo bad bo mur muredThats right It Is too bad agreed the captain Smith thought for a minute looked straight at the captain who was regarding him curiously and said firmly and more quickly than his employe- had ever heard him speak before Williams I dont think Itll take three minutes for you and me to come to an understanding about Brooks What about him- I want to square this thing for himWhere do you come In Smith In plain words Williams thats my business But I want to square It How dp you think you can square It SmithAs prepared to answer tho question he fell back into his old familiar drawl Well Williams he said you aint got any callous on your fingers from handing out coin to the folks whove worked for you but Ive always been treated about right You were always worth treating right Smith ThanksAlways found you a fair mando Ing things you said youd do in a fair wayI aint never been much of a spend thrift Williams Ive saved and been- a little lucky in investing tho little Ive had I can raise about 14000 by noon tomorrow and Ill give you my note for the rest with security I mean col lateralSo it aint none of my business why you do this- ExncUy Smith I dont think you can square this little matter for Brooks Dont think my notes good eh Taint that You couldnt square this Smith If you had a million right In your clothes this minute Why not 7 To tell the truth Im going to open negotiations with another party That so Mrs Brooks How Shes coming up hero to see me coon Maybe she and mo can come to some mutually pleasant arrangement that will keep Brooks out of Jail When is she coming The captain puffed at his pipe and scrutinized Smiths face closely as hr replied Expect her any moment How do you know Telephoned If Williams expected to see nay sign in his visitor of time utter amazement the profound consternation the impart ing of this Information caused he was doomed to disappointment Smith tre mained as unreadable as the sphinx But it was sixty seconds before lie spoke 1 suppose thats n hint for me to be on my way he Interrogated Thats about the moaning 1 meant to convey admitted the captain wit out circumlocution Jimsy rose slowly took his lint qt 1 went toward the door Before I he reached It he turned Williams ho said you know Ive known EmmaMrs Brooks ever since she was In short clothes and used to come down to the office to go home with her daddy So Ive hoard Shes always been able to look in my face with them big blue eyes and smile Some timesome dayIf 1 get backrrlni going to wake it my busI ness to see her All rii hit And if slie shouldnt happen to loo up into my face and smile Im going to find you Williams and Im coming heeled The captain puffed his pipe placidly What style heels might you be Wearing nowt Smith Ij with llntlMllHratlon l1ctrlQulrpdI I Well answered the crate Jimsy It you should consult the particular shoemaker who fur- nIshes them hed describe that heel as of 15 caliber Good night Srnth said the captain dryly Smith did not reply I Williams gazed in the direction ofnot the door after his superintendent ha closed it There was an enigmatical smile on his face It slowly died away and his pugnacious underjn protruded onfinously Reaching round to his hip pocket he brought out a re Wed describe that heel as of 43 Miltier t volver It was a formidable looking weapon with a long barrel He brut e the breach examined the cartridges and replaced It In his pocket toorhe muttered CHAPTER XIII MORSE may be the least ac tlve of all time moral senses Still there Is no heart nbso lutely without It No soouer had his wife passed from his view than It became active In Brooks having been fired by the flicker of shame that the full realization of hIs villainy hud provoked as he took down the receiver of the telephone to call Captain Wil llamas In forcing Emma to deliver hersel- Into r the hands of his employer he hadI not actually believed that it would be necessary for her to make the supreme sacrifice You can handle him all right he had told her You know how far you can let a man sonil wo men know that But he had been willing to take the chance that thisI sacrifice would be exacted and know- Ing only too well the brutal sensuous ness of Williams his notorious de pravity nnd that he had cast what he bad taken to be longing eyes on Emma he now had no doubt whatever that 1It would be The captain was not the man to give anything for nothing toI part with money without receiving full value With his great physical strength and his will that overbore and wore flown all opposition how would the gentle submissive nature of Emma be able to hold out against him Reduced to helplessness by his all domi nating power with tho alternative of compliance or their ruin held out toI her she would have to submit Brooks pictured the scene as thought were being enacted before him and he went hot and cold and a sweat of1 agony broke out all over him No no no lIe uttered aloud time protest wrun from his writhing soul by his half resuscitated manhood He clutched his throat struck himself in the mouth with such vlolunce that his teeth cut his uuderllp nnd the blood dyed his chin seized hIs hat and dashed wildly for tho door Fear met him yiere and held up a restraining finger Down 1 stairs wore the three central ofllce do I tot tlves On the morrow In n few hours at time odlcc where he had1I I wirliid for fire yours these men at tilt liohist of ills employer would place their haiils on hIs arms and he would he under jirre t Up sew hhiiBClf be iny ledout handcuffed unler the mocking eyes If lila follow clerks nndI till customers He closed ttho tour again nnd turnedI from it cowimlico lit his heels whin perlng sophistic prudence counseling the poltroons discretion throwing spe dons sops to his conscience Some liething had to bo dune No other course pOSedt eenhI1l1 and state prison stood i I Emma She alone on earth coup save him If salvation were possible Pun lIshmcnt and Immunity at that moment perhaps held the balance even Time giving or withholding of a kiss would turn the scales either way Time giving partoi recognized by men caused them to drawn ay with rlsiiisr gorge and spurn the bearer But none would know of till Kacrlllco no oUt sure t hlI otherkoincrgrnclos to Ire their husband I from public dlshiiicr Some had bar gained their favors to usurp oflVo or adynncewpit Or ht tans or sons IlF11nIlI1Si P1 the captain Ho vsis fric to a iint that lie had worrld ininrrRsnrlly that nothing of what ho felt ccrniln was happening had octirrvd to eir mist that it timid mil Leon iieeesaty for Emma to resort to lonipkte stir render What ho did nut know pottf trouble him Anyhow It was tend left now Time die lied been cast the chief thing nay the one thinglit hail to fear was that her mission might be unsuccessful that she could not purchase his freedom at any price whatsoever Time possibility of this twisted his selfish heart with anguish again Oh why had he got himself Into this trou ble I When goaded to desperation nnd recklessness lie hall taken the liitt 10 from the money he had collected he had no Idea of not returning it somehow It had brought a good dent of pleasure to Emma and himself lightened their hard penury with a gleam of brightness But 10 then hall been a lot of money It had not been possible to replace it at once It was fur easier to fix his accounts so that the sum would not be missed lIe had yielded to the temptation and had so fixed them Jenkins his fellow employee In the ofllce was a follower of horse racing in his small way Now and then ho risked a dollar or two in a nearby pool room and sometimes he won A few days after Brooks had falsified time books to cover up his deficit of 10 Jenkins had confided to his otlloo cronies that he had a tip of which In felt so sure that he was prepared I pawn his last shoestring to Ilk It Many others had decided to take r chance and having no money of b own Brooks had taken an on hIs salary out of his IIdI11II followed their example they had obtained were 0 to iirnthe horse hud woo Out of his win mugs Brooks had replaced the mom he hind helped himself to The pool room and the availability o the companys money lead offered t hUll a great opportunity to win win he could not ecru and encouraged b his first success he had taken udvaii tape of It He had begun by making t study of racing und risking small su us Luck had been with him and ho hL woo time amid time again IIo had wanted his wife to share his goul tom tune but land not dared to tell hoi how he had obtained time money so In had Invented the story of outside work His run of luck had continued huwiever until it had become phenomenall und this It was that had caused h extravagant optimism lie had wager ml Ilarger and larger sums until his twinnings had represented a secret bank account of 3000 It was One t tvunfj Icelvedi Ii reward of back pay ty lf Soon after their installation III tholi more expensive quarters however n series of reverses hall come Ills luck had deserted him First his bank ac count went then he had drawn on th collections in his efforts to retrieve hi losses He had plunged and lost plunged and won plunged again must1 lost It had not been long before h s borrowings mud reached such a tor rlfylng amount that he had realized that discovery was inevitable unless he could replace tho money within brief delay He had clung to till de spairing hope that by wagering hear ly he could win enough during Wil Hams absence to tilde his pilfering mad postpone examination While this ould be deferred there was hope Now he knew that his cunning re leafless employer mad been watching his gradually tottering progress on the tight rope of dishonesty and prepar ing a trap to catch him in hud chosen his own time to spring it At the thought of this Brooks worked himself Into a perfect frenzy of fury lIe raged up and down the room curs Ing Williams und hurled n cushion to usgthough it were his enemys holed fuse You here cheated me out of a Ilv Inksyou fiend he almost howled And now you lucre taken my wife The sound of his own voice startled and calmed him maid he peeped out in lime corridor apprehensively for tear Continued on Page Seven tin r Ii IW H HowUFit President A 11 fKIfIMAN CJ L Llairrroor Vice Eresident Ones SktccuAN Ax C1i The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 8200000 IJJInsured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited L rv Iw THE Fifth Avenuet i HOTELI Louisville Kyl x rumi CAMPBELL Alngr j I Time most centrally located and I only firstclass hotel in the city making n2OOrntlJ- Only ono block from tho princi SfromjS Street cars pass tho door to all I parts of tho city- Eerythlns j neat and clean 4 r i RURAL TELEPHONES Mr harmer are you interested 3 If so call on tho ft manager ofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph 1 k Company and hftyo him explain the special Fai mora Lino rate I CUMBERLAND TEl EPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY fliIncorporatedr r Save 75ONE PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25Tbe regular price is iThose who bring or mail 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 Jz5 Books and stationery are included No time limit Ifnot ready now buy one for future use iin1t rs- PRINa1PAL BUSINESS COLloJEGEJMoo D Second and Walnut Streots- s LOUISVILLE KY s November Magazines tLadies Home Journal Delineator MunseytTelephone your order at once for Ladies Homo Journal if you lwantone I- fr JOHN D BABBAGE li Im1iIi1iImtIIi1l1i1l li LmndwLmndcThe g itself and tho best earth to invest in is tho 1 Panhandle of TexasIYou can buy good rich level land which will pro largo crops of Wheat Oats Rye Alfalfa Iduco Millet and Sorghum for from 115 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms This laud will pay jou 25 to 40 per cent annually on your in I vestment Private cars from Kansas City free sleepers free automobiles to see the land and ifyou purchaselOOacresormore j YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED I Low round trip rates every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Others are getting large returns from every investment made in these land Why not you write for full information to y AgentIi j S S IM tr t PAID IN FULL Continued from pge six r one nngnt by cnnnce nave ocon h and hoard him He was oxluiust- by the violence of his paroxysm t gaspsitavlng bosom until the nervous rene m set In Then he staggered to tho fa threw himself upon It and burst to tears The lachrymose effusion was of brief byzhIs watt h It was 11 oclock One i pnpersXld cow them Impatiently to the floor y was Impossible for him to rend m i summa had been gone a long time exIII n cigarette took two puffs nt It and at It down After nil the chief thing was that ic should be successful Hc+ filled a glass with water that a Jllboy had brought up Iced for his othe In law and drained It at a aft Then he picked up the news iper nearest to him and tried to read rain but It was useless lie threw r down What If Williams had refused to be jrsuadcd Tho suspense was becoming uncu arable A look of determination i line Into his face and he went to the ilophone but as his hand touched It o changed his mind walked back to 10 table and lit another cigarette hen ho went to the window and L I withLtight his watch pocket The time lecc It drew out marked ten minutes ast 11 He held It to his ear It was eking steadily Only ten minutes since he had looked t It before Impossible Fully an our hind elapsed The watch must ave stopped In the Interim Impa lent ho went to the telephone and sked for the right time The ho siI clerk replied that It wasJust ten ilnutes past 11 On his way tg the iblo to get another cigarette ho Imp 1 ned to catch sight of himself In f Thefbin haggard visage saw t ere frightened hinlie laughed nary i usly As he did so the flour behind him pencd Slnrtlng KU violently that he it fall the I os f ilTirctios he turned Sirs Morris is lit Ii Ivdvjeon walked n followil liy 1ih- NOTICE When sending a news item to this of c Ice jpleasc make it as brief as possible o we can have room for all the news elephone us your locals and items of nterestEditorElectric ElectricBitters Succeed When everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy snonsible for much sickness andYsuffcring therefore if kidney trouble is permitted to I reI to follow Your other organs may needat tention but your kidneys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you arc sick orII feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kihners SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit Tim mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been distressIing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedol lar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a i pamphlet telling you iimthow to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any this take but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwamPRootif- you do you will be disappointed wg DO RIG THINGS Some of the Masterful Achievements Or Americans Americans founded the first govern ment under which nil men wore equal before the law Since time Declaration of Independence was published to the world the democratic Idea has hourly received new Impulse until now Its march seems Irresistible Americans were the first to demon strate the feasibility of relying on a citizen soldiery to defend the land and Its institutions against foreign and domestic attack- Americans were the first to abolish titular distinctions and to deprive social eminence of any support save character or the consensus of those who chooso to consider themselves as socially elect It was min American who Invented the steamship An American invent ed the telegraph An American in vented the n American Invented the electric tight An Ameri can Invented the reaper which makes it possible to feed the billion and more people on this planet It was an Amer lean too who Invented tho sewing machine Americans also were the conquerors of pain when they dlscov ered how by the use of sulphuric ether the tenderest human nerve could be made Insensible to tho surgeons steel Boston Globe Dont use harsh physics The re action weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regu lets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation Tns Outcome JarkWhorr IIs tinI pretty girl you were making love to a year ago TomOh shes married long ago Jilted you eh No worse than that Sho married me Fireless Cooker Free- S to users of Mothers Cereals These cereals are famous for quality among the housewives of America u Carefully our buyers collect the finest giain in all American markets They are known pickfromgrainsCarefullythe biggest the fattest the finest Only the best grains ever find theirway toa Mothers package Carefully this product is selected from the select is cleansed then sterilizedand packed in a Mothers sanitary package = Here is a list of Mothers Cereals Every one is the best of its kind Mothers Oats regular and family size Mothers Yellow Corn Meal Not like other oats Not only rolled The kind from which you can mak- eS to make their cooking easy but the com bread cakes mush and crushed to make them easily digested muffins Mother Wisest HeartsMothers White Corn Meal from the finestThe cream of the wheatCarefully prepared breadIsI housewifegestedthethoroughly I IS ToastedMothers Granulated HominyMother a Corn Flakes Made from white The best corn t big fulls sweet com corn by carefullymethselected manu shaved as thin as a whisper and facture A food far superior to the toasted into a rich golden yellowwordinary hominy HominyD com Thoroughly pan roasted all of the of the highest quality Coarser than natural sweetness of the oats retained Mothers Hominy Grits and requires and makes the best gruelalittle longer in the cooking The Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker given free with coupons found in Mothers Cereals needs no fuel of any sort Ask your grocer how you can get one free If he doesnt keep Mothers cereals send us his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir COMPANYVf AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA TM CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS a f THE TOP SOIL ROAD Details of a Method Which Origi nated In Clark County Ga MATERIAL IN FIELDS TAKEN Soil Used Must Wave Enough Sand or Gravel and Clay to Resist Action of Traffic and Weather cot From 250 to 300 Per Mile A new method of road construction which was recently evolved In Clark county Ga Is called the topsoil method because It consists of building the road out of the surface soil from the adjacent fields In sumac respects It Is like the sandclay meth od while In others It Is similar to the gravel road So far as tho writer Is aware Clark county Gn enjoys the distinction of having originated this method The details were worked out by Professor C M Strahn of Georgia university and Clark countys commissioner of deeds time success of this method depends largely upon the soil used lust any soil will no do It must have enough sand or gravel In it to resist the action of the trail and weather and enough clay to bind the particles together It Is well known that although clay has n high cementing value It will not snake a good road If used alone on ac count of the fact that when It Is wet It absorbs moisture and softens It Is also well known that round water worn gravel or sand which Is clean nnd free from clay will not produce a satisfactory road surface because nei ther will bind but If clay gravel and sand are mixed together In certain proportions they have been found to produce n surface which will be both hard and smooth the year round If these materials can be found already mixed the trouble and expense of mixing can be avoided It Is a common practice throughout time United States to use bank gravel for road sur facing which has n little clay In It but Clark county Is the first 1 be hove to skin the top soil from thin adjacent fields Iud use It for this pur TOP 6011 ROAD ATHENS OA From Good Roads Magazine New York pose It was observed hi Clark county that where the top soil consisted of a mixture of sand gravel and clay the sand anti gravel had been drawn toward the surface and Incorporated with the clay during cultivation The road Is located and graded in the some manner as for gravel or macadam The foundation Is then shaped with a road machine and slightly crowned In the center after which a layer of suitable top soil Is spread to a width of about sixteen feet nnd a depth of about ten Inches in the center and three or four Inches at the sides Time next step Is to open up the side ditches with a road ma chine The earth from the ditches Is thrown up against the bed of top soil as a shoulder The road machine Is then used to level off the surface and to give It the proper slope from the center to the side ditches The road Is now thrown open to traffic and soon packs down into a hard dry surface If rainy weather occurs during the spreading of the material or soon after so much the better Wet weather and heavy traffic assist In the mixing and pud dling process After this process has continued until the surface soil is thoroughly mixed the road Is dressed and reshaped with n light two horse grader This treatment Is continued until tho surface Is well hardened and all soft or uneven spots are removed To get the best top soil along any particular road hand samples are tak en nnd examined before the work Is begun Samples of uniform size are selected and the percentage of gravel sand nnd clay ascertalped by washing out the clay and sifting out the seutd- The sample which appears to have about the right proportion of sand gravel nnd clay Is selected From 10 to 25 per cent of clay appears to be sufficient for binding material Aside from the grading these top soil roads cost from 3250 to 300 per tUlle The road shown In the photo graph was so bad tho winter before it was Improved that tho traffic was forced Into the adjacent woods and cotton fields to avoid the deep ruts nnd mud holes Although tho road had Just passed through a hard winter and had been subjected to much heavy hauling time photograph shows that now It Is not only free from ruts nnd mndholes but that It is hard and smooth Maurice 0 Eldrldgo in Good toads Magazine Kills Her Foe Of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Hayncsville Me was Dyspepsia I suffetcd intensely after eating or drink ing and could scarcely sleep After many nmcdlos had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years oldand am overjoyed to get my health and strength buck again For Indiges tion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints its unequaled Only 502 at Severs drug store A CURIOUS FLY This WaspHko New Zealand Insect Feeds on Spiders New Zealand boasts of a fly that feeds on spiders This fly is black and waspllko and like the wasp lives In a nest of clay built In n crevice preferably In the up per folds of heavy window curtains This Is one of the great annoyances of time tidy housekeeper In New Zealand Try as she will It Is almost Impossible for her to keep these flies from setting up their homes at the tops of her cur talus These nests of clay are made up of n series of separate cells usually from five to eight In number When the nest Is built the fly goes after spiders It tins no trouble In conquering the spinners of silky webs They succumb more easily tuna do the American flies which nrRO unfortunate as to get tau gled In a spiders weaving The fly carries Itime spiders to Its home nnd Imprisons each one In n ell Hero the fly lays a single egg nnd when the grub hatches out It eats time spider that has hen provided for It When Its ford Is nil gone the mother fly goes out and catches another spi der nnd slue keeps this up until time young fly Is old enough to catch spl dors for Itself New York Telegram Cannot Do Without the News Dear Editor Inclosed find 1 to pay for another years subscription Mrs Carlton says she cant do with out the News Here are best wishesI f to you and the NewsH Carlton Lovcll Wyo Young Girls Arc Victims of headache us well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sickand nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up yam c health Try them 2oc at Severs drugi store Emersons Courtesy When Mrs Mary A Llvcrniore was a little girl she was monitor at the Hancock school In Boston mind It wan her duty to answer tin door one rainy fillY tlu hell rang and she found at the door II tall thin roan with n dripping umbrella who Inquired for the principal She was just ul the holdcnlsh and disrespectful age but there was something about this visitor which so Impressed her I hutt slit led him In as politely as If ho hind been a prince placed a rhnlr for him by the mire relieved him of his vet coma rand umbrella and after she mad started to leave the room taut bark to draw a fire screen between him and Itime blaze for fear hi would timid Ir tau lint She afterward expressed to her teaiber some tjurprlHp nr tho unwonted drill ties stun timid felt Impelled to show tthe stranger Ho answeredl Ah that was Ralph Waldo lEiiiorsoiinnd tint Is Ithe effect he hau upon everybody tie Is so courteous himself Ithat It rolls omit the latent courtesy In all others NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land of Breckinridge county Ky residing near Cloverport hereby give notice tall persons that we forbid hunting nnd killing game or trapping or gathering hickory nuts or trespassing on or said premises either through day or at night or at any time from and after this date without the written permission of the owner Any one known to be guilty of such tresspassing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law November 7th 1009 Willinm Riley E O Riley Bandages and Red Tape During time South African war hind yard Kipling discovered at Cope Town a hospital without bandages and in desperate need of them This too was in a city where bandages were for sale In many shops Me told an acquaint ance that he was going to meet that want nnd the gentleman at onco of fered to pay for all the bandages that Mr Kipling would buy and take to the hospital A cart was quickly loaded and then the author was Informed that under army rules the hospital authori ties could not receive supplies from a private individual Well said he I will dump tho packages on tho pavement before the door and then tell them to come out and clear up the litter Perhaps they can get them Into time building In that way without tearing any red tape Do drove off witbtbe bandages and the supplies were somehow smuggled into time hospital Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAI I 1l1i1II COLINIST RATES i =TO =i California Oregon and Washington ArIzona Idaho Mon tuna Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta rti Saskatchen anda few points in Texas tlBJFortickets on sale IISept 15 to BY Oct TH- ESOUTHERN 15 1909 I RAILWAY Inquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete information I J C BEAM Jr A G P A I ST LOUIS MO l Itl ldecf l R Come and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean Tour n u 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 e I tripII The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted r Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET The Louisville Times Regular Price 500 a Year r AND THE Breckenridge News Both One Year For 350 The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper 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 Price of One 1 Now is the time t- oSUBSCRIBE a r r- r o ao GOOD NEWS Many Cloverport Readers Have Heard It And Profited Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Clo verport are glad to learn that promptt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching back is bad nc more thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here is an example worth reading Mrs Chas Egeman Central Ave EHzabethtown Ky saysliOn April 8 1003 my husband recommended Doans Kidney Pills in my behalf stat ing that they had been of great value to me in removing pains from my back and other difficulties arising from dis ordered kidneys I can now add thatt during the four years that have since elapsed I have used the remedy on several occasions when suffering from acute attacks of backache and it ha never flailed to help me A number of persons seeing my statement in the paper have called upon me and have always told them that Doans Kidney Pills are an excellent remedy For sale by nil dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesIRemember the name Doans and take no othe- rNARDIhSBURG NEWS RECORD Mr Tucker DeadMorris Kinch eloe Surprised at His Election State Inspector Floyd at the County Capital PAPER HAS NEW EDITOR Ezra Tucker aged more than seventy years died at his home near Mook on November 1 after an illness of several months He was a well known man in his section of the county and held in es teem by all who knew him He was buried at the Tucker burying ground Mr and Mrs M H Beard are in Ow eusboro the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Skillman Mr and Mrs G W Beard spent Sat urday and Sunday with frinds at Web star Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard were guests of Mrs Nora Boardat Irv ington Sunday Mr and Mrs Wade Pile of Mook were visiting in town Sunday Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Heston of Basin Springs Sunday Tjhe M To Club composed ofa number of music pupils entertained Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs C Dellaven Dr Mather will preach at Fordsville Thursday night Judge Matthias Miller is visiting in Ohio county Yellow journalism caused it to go forth in print from Hardinsbutg last week that Herbert Beards loss in the late afternoon of election day was the work of an incendiary It is much regretted that such irresponsible emana tions go forth traducing the fair name of our community Mr Beards loss of some several thousand dollars in the burnirg of the barn with its contents is deeply deplored by every man woman and child and only an irresponsible who would edit and print a publication with out his name attached would dare to misrepresent our people with charges of incendiarism The insurance was far less than a third of the loss General D R Murray is carrying a sane from the Sou Jan It was presented a few days ago by Ed Bacon of Louisville while on a visit to Hardiua burg Mr Bacon has lately returned from Africa where he secured this hide stick for his friend the cane being made from a thin part of the skin of a rhi nocerosIn interesting spelling contest be tween the pupils of the seventh and eighth grades of the Public School Fri day afternoon Miss Alice Waggoner daughter of Judgeelect L L Wag goner of Hitea Run was the winner of the prize Betty Wales Co an ideal girls book The Public School is unusually full and still it grows Mr and Mrs Paul Compton spent Sunday at Garfield Morris B Klncheloe of the Bank of Hardiusburg Trust Co henceforth Judge Kincheloe was one of the sur prised men after the recent election Not knowing he was a candidate he ran like an old campaigner He will serve and is expected to be an officer of which the town will be proud Clearly the office sought the man and found a manThere is not a vacant house in town Several families wish to move here for school and other advantages State Inspector Floyd of Louisville in tho rounds seeing how the county officials have been conducting affairs in the vatious counties is hero for a week or more He began with Wm F Hooks office Saturday rapidly going through his records on account of the excellent way in which Mr Hook has recorded workMr of Catlettsburg arrived last week to take charge of the remains of the Breckenridge Democrat which paper changed in name and policy con tinues to be published in Hardinsburg It is stated that it is to be more than a campaign sheet and that its publica tion will be continued MIss Mollie Moorman of Glendeanb is visittug friends in town The Board of Education met here MondayScott Proctor was here Saturday not at all surprised that Qraysou county had gone into the Democratic column this time IRVINGTON NEWS SOCIALs MarshalIMiss Flora Meadow and Mr ITom Wilson Have Home Wedding Last Week IMPORTANT LODGE MEETING Miss Sallie Landani of Fordsville was the guest of Miss Iva Rice last weekMrs L B Morcmen has returned from Brandenburg Mrs R B McGlothlun who has been in Louisville with Miss B Ada Drury came borne Sunday- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs J M Herndon and Mrs S P Parks went to Louisville last Monday to attend the funeral of their aunt Mrs A C Lewis The ladies of the Methodist church J gave a public donation to their pastor and wife Rev L K May and Mrs May on last Friday afternoon An enjoyable j afternoon was spent and Rev and Mrs May received a number of I presentsMisses 1 Margaret and Evelyn Beard of Hardinsburg were visitors of Mrs Nora Board this week D C Heton loft last week for Louis yule where he has accepted a position to travel for the Burloy Tobacco Co Mrs Bailey Waller who has been visiting Mrs Jno Wimp left for her home in Hopkinsville Monday A B Suter of Owenton was a guest of friends in town last week Miss Iva Rice gave a tacky party to a number of her little girl friends on last Saturday afternoon from SI to 6 oclock in honor of her twelfth birthday Those present were Misses Gedry Bramlett Virginia Head Mildred Ohitwood Ma garet Jolly Ruth Marshall Virginia Bandy Katharine Wimp and Sallie LandamRoscoe Pearson of Cecilian was the guest of Miss Claudia Dandy Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Brite are at home after n short visit to Mr and Mrs W G unto at Lewisport Mrs Tom Lyddan was the host ss of a delightful allday party given last Thursday at her home near Webster in honor of Miss Ella Kurtz of Eliza bethtown The bouse was most beau tifully decorated Their guests were the following Mrs Bite Washington Mrs John Wimp Mrs Eliza Jolly Mrs W J Piggott Mrs J M Mudd and daughter Miss Rachel Mudd- J M Herndon Clint Crutcher of Webster and W D Ashcraft of Bran denburg left last Tuesday for an ex tended trip through Colorado- D W Henry was elected marshal of Irvington after a hotly contested race in which T J Adkisson was also a can didate The following ticket was elected without opposition Tite Adkins C S Neafus John Musselman Newsom Gardner and Jim Bramlett Mr C D Miller and Mrs S E Mil ler of Mays Grove spent some time here visiting Mr and Mrs Dick Bandy Mrs W A Rhodes of Medora spent Friday in town on a business trip A social event of the week was the wedding of Miss Flora Meadow and Mr Tom Wilson at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Johnnie Meadow last Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The Rev L K May performed the ceremony After the ceremony the wed ding party and guests went to the home of thegroom Mr and Mrs B S Wil son where a reception had been arranged Miss Meadow is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and Mr Wilson Is a prosperous young farmer of this section The Rev J MGaisor closed n two weeks meeting at the Presbyterian church on Thursday night and left at once for his homo at Evansville Jo L An Old Timer Squire E S Combs of Yelvington was a passenger on the train last week onroute to Louisville Squire Coombs was formerly a citizen of Hancock county Ho left there about ten years ago He says when the county went Republican he couldnt stand it and moved to more congenial climes He is nn old line Democrat and fought through the war on tho confederate side Said he was with Jim Walls of this county when he killed Col Netter near Owensboro Mr Coombs is a prosperous farmer of Daviess county ChlldronFOR FLETCHERS CASTORIATALES Continued from page 1 selling committee which should be hMlc responsible for the 19 price Some Repartee Mr Gooch appealed for a union or the dissatisfied factions Asserting thttwo little factions could make a big faction and they could hold their tobac co until the desired price was obtained Mr Marksberry remarked that if the fellows who were making such big speeches would talk to the buyers a little they would change their minds about high prices they might obtain by waitingMr retorted with the asser tion that as to familarity with the buy ers he had gone so thoroughly into tho history of the American Tobacco company and understood its methods so well that he wanted as little to do with its representatives as business permit He said that it would wouldII hard for the tobacco company to WEtitI as for the farmer as the factories must remain idle and the working force on I hand would drift to other points search of employment He inii that the company much preferred ing six months to get its bavII shape rather than three and was fore only working a big bluffII Sale Left to BoardII W J Hays moved that the poolers leave it with the two selling committee men to sell the crop at the best possi a ble prices President Henry Wilhite amended so as to leavp the sale with the entire board of control with in structions to take no less than 10 10 4and 3 This amendment carried by NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR WINTER SUIT OR I I OVERCOATWhen IMens Suits from 350 to 15 I All the latest styles are shown here to suit the most fastidious dressers I I IIBoysP and Childrens Suits from 1 to 750 g ftiMens Overcoats and Rain Coats from 2 to fromIitDo not faili tosee my line before you buy as I have I the most complete line in the county and can give you good quality and low prices Ladies Cloaks Skirts I and Suits all colors and styles at the lowest prices I Ladies Cloaks from 3 to 1250 Ladies Suits I at 159 all colors long coats 1 I SHOESI handle the Star Brand Shoes Star Brand I Shoes are better We walk on Stars so can you if I you buy your Shoes from me I ED F ALEXANDER Irvington Ky vote of 19 to 3 the crowd having dwindled from nearly 100 to only about 30 Mr Moseley appealed for coopera tion between all the associations as long as possible J F Barr appealed for an improvement in the high grade of to bacco raised and asserted that better attention would always be rewarded by a higher price The board of directors of the Home Warehouse company will meet in this I city Tuesday in conjunction with the board of control of the Green River as sociation and the finance committee of the American Society of Equity and at that meeting the difference will be I threshed outOwensboro Enquirer N MIMIMNM1rNtAANyNMwM1A 1AMMNWwN MiW1NMlwMrIMA11NN1w1NilAtw u a TOBACCO GROWERS MEETING A Representative heBurleyTobaccoSociety Will meet with the Farmers of this County on Thursday Nov 11 at Rosetta at 2 p m Friday Nov 12 at Webster at 2 p m j Friday Nov 12 at Lodiburg at 7 p m f Saturday Nov 13 at Stephensport at 2 p me Subject of Address How to Secure Profitable Prices for Tobacco I In the Pool Hon John Allen Of Guthrie Ky who has had years of experience in the dark tobacco district with pooling tobacco will be the speaker He pooliog= turn out and hear this distinguished speaker The Ladies Are Especially Invited j ftVWVt fVM y I